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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 24, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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ant r Mj; kBER P? THE ASSOCIATED TRESS LETS GET ACTION ON THE INLET A deeper f' 11 ,

r FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION f ,,4
tuar inlet, with its scouring effect, it needed to eli ''J i ,;
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minate treacberou ,sandbar behind the reef ?*
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Late t Contests in MiamiThirtyfour -i 4i LL : lean-Up! of Stuart : j.I..: .A>:'11'! I




member of Martin;: County High Schools iLL r ." H IS, 21 I ALL CIVIC UNITS ,.,; : :

and left at 6 thin morning to compete in the 1947 State Will Put Bill otel P ,
and contest finals in Miami today, tomorrow' and Sat. a a ae Not hanged \


rdaJ They: were! accompanied by band director Wendell I Sin .City 0 0gs CALLED 'TO HELP {: ] .; -

uteri and our chaperone: *: ---- Rep Marvin well, u du-
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M.H> Well, Mr, O D. BANK HOLIDAY ON art Saturday, told The ow' I,
her Mr- Leslie BarUett and SATURDAY, APRIL Z6 that he will attach a refer I du Orlfanizllltio-;' {1I Head To i : :
}s4 ayes a Emil Beach, The mualct clause to the City of for With City Con:1':1' 'I d'1"1.f.I ,

vhf M tin reside during thelritayt .. 'The Clthen Bank of Stuart legislation raising 1 puB n I.] Night I .., "
Colonial Hotel millage from Vt to mill /
ux kill be closed all day Saturday. f
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eC1't8et phone sololit Dorothyjonti April 28, Confederate Memorial grounds that the language Spurred by the ardor of Commissioner I '

who- won top honor ate Day the bill allows too great a lath Bob Baker, the City ': I J]
district meet last month In tude of power for tax levies to Commission last night; denlgnaU 'I + i

(bring and the ,taxophoneirtrt meet bonded debt and interest ed May as cleanup and flxup, i : 1

to which include Mis ZONING BOARD "It Is my opinion"" he said, month! In the City of Stuart, and '
pry, Emily Morrison Joan that this bill should be presented a I
called the cltys residents '
4 wntoand Janice Arbogast. wereheduled to the people and ratified or upon t! i
to lee first action at PASSES 2 BIDS repeated by them as I do not to cooperate In an effort! to make f j

US thlt\ morning Tonight a believe that the City Commission the city more attractive 1 'II{l
ooctrt will be given at Baynnt should have unlimited power It was felt the shortage of ;,1:
the High ....... ", j bonds Interest va"T1"I. :"' I
Sebring to tax
Park by on or city finances and labor limited I ,
dwd Band followed by a dance REJECTS R 3RDTwo A S3.tan, 'two-man Italian sutfnurine, one.of several 1 awaiting disposition fcy Allied powers, flea In M. O Llttman city attorney, solo efforts by the city on uch t ta t" t

DtaU visiting band member at the harbor of Taranto, Sicily. said: "The purpose of the leg la- campaign, but the commissioners j
he park auditorium. -- __ __ __c..... -F-- latlon Is imply! to authorize the believed that with gen- .y ,] I
Tomorrow morning the band application were approved I city to levy a tax of one mill for ral civic'cooperation a definite \ 'I! I
'ABRAHAM LINCOLN'HELD STEEL BOATS PLANS
hide also won top honor Inn and one rejected by \the U. S. TELEPHONESTRIKE publicly! purposes In place of goal could I be achieved \ '
AS KILLER OPEN HOUSE IN MAYA the mill publicity levy to l
at the Sebring I 2 \ls.
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tsteuorlei City of Stuart Zoning Board at I. It wan decided all clvlo: t
D. will play concert aeleet of the which the city has been limitedby i organizations should be contacted i "r+
Abraham preview completed
a special hearing Monday mornIng Fort Pierce Chapter 20143, Special AcUCotitinimt I ';
soot the Miami High School at the city hall Air hearings Lincoln was Indicted here Friday ENTERS product and house at the to gain their I support I fortuch (
open ( from. Page F'A?Aces) '
with the five other
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aditorlum a project A further b:ep Ii
were on refusals by the city to for the shotgun slaying ef company' yards will be held by :' :
elected for these
IM C bands permit transaction of business father Bovine," Walter William was taken when the commllislon'f''
from over the State. These Steel Boats, Inc May 10, It was l'
]mil er decided to hold a special '
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classified by the city as Commercial both eniores>t. Told
nclide Melbourne, Fahokee E on certain properties trailed to pans tn the cane" 25TH DAY announced yesterday by President Rotarians meeting with the president and '
m" ,Park Jasper and Lake community service official of t I I{,
Approved by the board was a the grand jury wan la session Donald S. Warman, I
.... Water! organized In 1B40nl permit to John Woodrum for but !little more than ao hour -- Actual launching of the boat -- --- each civic organization at 8 ,. :
directed for three yean the Stuart Service 'Sattifactoryi How to HandleBoys' Tuesday night at the city halt't
the construction of a skating! and adjourned for the court ,
band to this contest will will occur Saturday at high tide rrlS: ( ts'l; !' MIZABtlliBiitains I
aver to draw and acquaint
rink on the N. E. aide of U. 8 1 term. installation Of New Ex- I I up
n him his drat opportunity changes DelayedIn Warman said me wl h plans for the city wide '
between the Palm City road and Elizabeth: who ber.iiiu !-
for sell In new hands, South Colorado Ave, Permission MARTIN POLIO GROUP ----' -- Urges I +1 1\10001.l pews tar this drive. ',I IL ]
II the band, present in also was given by the board for JOINS COUNTY SETUPThe an atmosphere; of growing I hlrlhiU pUtnre during a It was pointed out that a definite I. f

mil will play a mass lormat- Arnold J:. Williams to use Lot 19 tension most workers tn the AGRICULTURALAGENTS Rotarians' kliouki ix visit In Natal Natiuiul 1 Park IIItuiiltl date probably/ a Wednesday ,\II
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concert tomorrow night at Infantile : ; I late in the month would be d l
of Midway Subdivision on the Martin County\ Bell telephone system today be- well versed In how to deal with I Africa I !
tt the Orange Bowl Studs west side of U 8. t south of \the, Paralysis Committee voted at a their 25th day of Idleness and desires elected for citywide pickup of I .,i '
Pieces to be played Include Indlantown Road for the 'sale meeting Monday night to join Ian MEETIN normal boys hopes Inspirationaltalk IhlItT IIATA IS trash with a followup collection /I/ ,Il Ilthe I I
SON Uttle Champ" by Mesang "Men of beer. an eight-county setup to equip with little progress made so far as a result of an Seoul BHVd .AIIIIKtD: next week to assure a complete ] .'1,

Ohio" by S Henry FUlmore, The board supported refusalby a hospital Isolation ward at St. this week In attempts to settle by Boone the Owen Indian new River A special rommittre t.<.niHr
;Idg. Military Escort" by Bennett, the city to permit! UNOof Mary Hospital In West Palm the national walkout, executive stationed for in Fort Pierce, elf O II. ((uinlivan, chairman: it was decided to oak truck own '
Boater"!( march by Klein"Foot property belonging to Mrs Alfred Beach to handle all polio cases With the exception of the automatic INDIANTOWN Council at the club weekly luncheon Price French and frnrnt lynnii era In the city to volunteer one-
tat" march by Fillmore. "H r Kuctier. Loco 153'and 154 In the district Each county previously dial systems still operating at Chtsholm met this. week to gather data for day usage of their vehicles for I
aplUn" by Sousa and the."Star In Beasey 2nd Addition, for commercial agree4 to pay 8 cents per without maintenance, 1J.o. Grill meeting yesterday I lunsrpssman DHichl Itogett In pickup daysAttorney I <

tangled Banner. purposes Possible commercial capita towards the cost of equip. Saunders Hook for 3-Day In out that order to secure H I.ucie Inlet M, was I
Saturday the band: drills, in* Interests on the sites ment, trained therapist and an switchboards throughout the nation Meeting. ) Demonttration this Boone county, has pointing a good active appropriation In the rvrrrnttrmlon authorized by heLl commission .

IpAM Hug marching, maneuvering were represented at the hearingby executive secretary to follow remain relatively quiet Planned Scouting In operation of CongressQuinllvan to draw up an amendment to A.!'
nt sight reading are achedul- attorney David Marshall throughon case of Infantile marine* only by supervisory / that program adult interest still \Is and finch plan toto the city ordinance controllingwile t
.The! Stuart band at this time T, J.. T. Kennedy' .la chairman paralysis'' lVortI..t'It knredang pLemlrte 'A'aunonsfrllkm of agrlcul- said Insufficient and Is needed be. to Washington to present the ot Intoxicating beverages! ,
U play Men of Ohio"* and of the board which also IncludesD. The local group voted to pay calls However the'lituali1on Is tural machinery on the Indian- of adults) job develop data t,, Rofert and appear before within the city limits to prohibitthe

on Band Law." Water laid 8 Hudson. John M. Law Jr.. $520 on a basis of (,500 population -I described a* approachlrig the town Development Company cause character and ,citizenship the appropriations commit sale of all such beverages\ ;
Judge for the three-day sea A. H. Chapellka and D. L. Williams In the county Any cases of "crucial stage" with new arbitration project at 10 tomorrow morning ing In the future generation tee or the House! from midnight Saturday until I ., ,
00 are Olen C Balnum dlrecof Infantile paralysis which should proposal In the offing that will climax: a three-day meeting training. In this ,,,connection/ the News a. m Monday from May 1 to Dec. v]
music at Northwestern develop In Martin County will be may bring an early halt to the In Indlantown of 15 agent of I In stressing adult Importance puinl out M lucle Inlet may 15 each year. The city attorney I
cliK ni enlty, Chicago: A. A. Hard- JAYLIL YACHT HARBOR taken Immediately West Palm strike. the Seaboard '''Airline Railway. said herl- become an actuality and the said such an amendment would ,.
to a boy, Owen a boys '
eat the University of Illinois; COMPLETES DREDGING Beach for care and treatment. Service In Stuart remains "sat The demonstration, to which the Cage Is three-fold I ) what he has county and port authority should be ready for action by he com ,r. I
4t enrjr rillmore, noted Americanndmaiter. The committee treasurer. A. A. isfactory" although long distance public U Invited; will be conducted I he Is born, the effect of his by all means' take action now to mission at its May 14 meeting. J
t past president of The Arundel Company*dredge Hendry, Jr.-reported a balanceon calls are restricted and the public by R. D Lyons of Moore I place when of birth and the efect of get clear title, to the "Sandsprit"arrs An audit of the city finances tt I .p I ;
American Bandmaster Aa- Monroe, has completed work on hand of (3.081 which cash reserve Is requested to refrain from Haven with a Till Mor rotary the training he l had. He urged for future use an a terminal, for the year' ending. lost Srpl t r ,
tlon; William Revelll{ from a 7.foot channel for the Jaylll will be augmented by the i* many routine Calls as possible. tiller Lyons Is a State dlitrtbu that adults as well as' Scouts which was the original Intent 30 by Frederic Dunn-Rankin of J a j lI
University of Michigan; Bill Yacht Harbor at Rio making a I national foundation If the number -> Plan for Installation of two tor for Till Mor.The'meetlng live by the well-worded Scout for the area The "Sandsprit"and Miami was accepted by the commission ''I 1 j

ankle from New ,Mexico and turning basin 100 x 600 Feet. of cases of poltomyolltei new telephone exchange here of the agents oath to further tre, Scouting the jetty are the only tan- and It was voted to hire ]a a
t MI Yoder composer from Chime -I The spoil was deposited on the should exceed the ability of the last Saturday were Indefinitely; yesterday and today was devotedto aim of opening the door for boys riMe remains of $1,256,005) spent. Dunn-Rankin on a semi-annual it
committee to the cost postponed, and there wu ho Indication by the taxpayer in abortive attempts
riverfront giving the Byrne a county ) pay discussion of livestock and to meet a finer world In whichto basis for one year
| contest wlU draw an over- beautiful white sand beach 150 of hoapltallzation ', how long It might be agriculture problems In the railway live tomorrow to get an Inlet, and he A bid by a Lake Wain. traffic Id

total of 2.046 Junior and sen- feet wide and approximately 200 The annual meeting of the after the strike ends before they '* trade areas and formulation He detailed the 12 urges "that, 'long to the people,, of Martin expert to survey (titer cl t y's traffic .
been set for June would be put In ,The exchange county--n"I h. I he Stale or to I-
has
high school: musicians, and feet deep. Plans are now under- committee : : of plans for new projects make boys behave as they do:" conditions and hazards wan rejected '
bail of 38 bands. 6 orche way to construct a concrete dock, U at which tlrno officers for the would make possible an estimated and Industries In this territory expression, muscular! control any individual. ai being too costly and Y '
e and 30 soloists representing extending Into the channel ,witha new year will be "iected.CONCERN 850 telephone Installations In In the neat year After the dem contact, ,manlpulaUun,, In connection with the inlet not allowed! enough time fur deliberation ,
sensory tffuit.t, pica will ::: : 1
the city, It was reported, and an emergency
tools: -.Ji-I -- "- --rte
wm vie for all-State T-shape at the end. onstratlon tomorrow the agents struggle and fight outdoor life,I by the commission onthe i ,
VEW3.that < tt Is reported by Al O Jay A Byrne who has already PLANNEDThe Increase local facilities! 50 percent will visit other points of agrlcul escape from commonplace, bartering be made because! or ohoals l which services offered < y,
foinird behind the reef
right. Miami Senior High built and sold several cottages. monthly program by the turat Interest In and around In collection have The commission voiced IU up 4.
herd band Junior Concert Club of Stuart Effective on bills rendered after and threaten to cut off all Inlet G
director and prestt and apartment-unit on his Rio dlantown.. rhythm and, proval of two bills due for consideration by
t tot the Florida Bandmasters property, Is now laying plans fora will be given Tuesday, It was Wednesday Is a: 10.S-per cent Host for the agents Is S Me- ., he went through comradeShlP'I' traffic In the current session l p"of

lotion cottage court facing thU. private announced,._ today. Increase in local and long distance Rae Saunders who I II resident scribed In an ATTEND IKFSBYIIRY the State Legislature and re- a.
m! entries Include '. sand beach. In a semi-circle --- telephone rates However, manager for the Indlantown i the way Scouting Dr C. A Camel and H B jcctcd a third. Favored are bills N
CIaaa A "- Orlando, Sebring effect. Each cottage will have AT WElFARE MEETH. this grant to the Southern Bell Development Company A.tendIng these desires, and showed why Kraft attended the Southeast to apportion a 4-cent cigaret taxi
Beach!! Miami 1U boat and ills hoped that B. Kraft, vice-chairman of Telephone And Telegraph Com I tq municipalities and 'exempt
High. Miami own the meeting are J. N. McBride and how adult also should meet! I Florida rrrsbytery at RocklMlge
**. HlUsborough of Tampa, boating activities on the north District ,JO Welfare Board, la pany by the State Railroad Commission Savannah, Oa, general each, April 21 and 22, I from taxation all motor fucla I
la and Andrew. Jackson shore of the St, Lucle River at attending the board session In was made, subject to agriculture agent for the Sea lived by cities In the Stale Opposed a
pmt! this fall West Palm Beach further Investigation by the TEXAS CHEMICAL PLANT IN RUINS J t
Rio will get upderway today..t.--: board Railway; Fred p. Abbott, is a bill seeking combination s l
fliosb B -., DcLand f Leesburg commission ot which W B Doug- Savannah, assistant general of the tax assessing and ,
HELGOLAND DESTROYEDTewerinf las Is chairman. The '
se of St. Augusta, GERMANY' requested the raise because company of agricultural agent for the rail collecting, agencies of the city t ,
Fort Pierce Ocala H H Savannah and countyRECORD
Brannen
way;
te what It termed Increasing t
. City, Ton Lauderdale Bay kya,. cost and decreasing operation net assistant to the general agrlcnl ,, T1kr'IJ 4
dPanama' pity and Leon of tural i agent: P. M. Connor, Pal SHOP SOIDMr' 4k'
earning on capital Investments.
asses metto agriculture agent; E. M. ? 1
I 41 M Campbell bought The eh
lor' pC :- Melbourne, Stuart 'b Nix, Jacksonville agriculture
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're ; Record Shop Monday from Mrs {,
4 luper.Pahokee, Lake Wales 2 COMMITTEES agent: R. A Canton West Palm C English, who has operated he'' i
Beach agriculture agent, R. 6.Dowdcll .
CIaaa the Hagler Ave business for
.J D-Andrew Jackson and Orlando agriculture II IIe
about four months
..--.. ailossaftieCity.R Lee of Jacksonville, agent; J i+. C' Bennett, Hamlet, .w w t -c i T I
Delr., end Pue Of TO DRAW.COPES N C., agriculture agent; J. .C.I s +
Eptlng; another agent from WEATHER 1e '
CIaaa THE
d I Ada 'Merritt ,and Hamlet; C E. Lloyd Savannah I 45e a
-doa/1/ of Mlamt 'Cbero- TWo committees' have been agricultural agent, W: M.Henry, For rat .... pad M Modal by / ;t11 ,I '

otl Memory.: of,Orlando appointed by Mayor Phil Penceto Plant City assistant agricultural i J cur.III tlaU Mini, ...1.II '''8'.. Wnlhli Oburorprtl e ,
offer recommendation to the agent; R. R. Boykln, assistant I T............. a..awu. .. re "
I 'ON MOVES TO = City Commission at Its May 14 agriculture agent from Savan M...... ML'_. .Q

BUILDING meeting for drawing up city nah; H, O Sebring, land settlement i 4 11 I N 1.Ap.II '
' ordinance to govern electrical agent In Sebring and 1 tt al as 'A
dry, l' ti A..II !' 11". I lr t
l. lamb' 'Innoonced and plumbing contracts here John P, Derham, freight i traffic I A..II 10 A9 I15e1
that h. has /moved the I The action ,w. taken at a manager for' the .15t. n"Arllil ,
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Electdg W Of lelllen ,special commission cession last roalway stationed I In : II le 15A"II U d
.10 a new'IocaUon In the .a ,week In an effort to protect v*. e 't '
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'Bldg. next' to lelllen post 'hometown contractor by having I" IKCIIU IN RAINFALLTHE 1 t1

III leDien Beach sit u i a uniform code It was explained OF Irdjl A"II 11 ,...,' I ,
......... new store room g>ls'e, him by Fir Chief John N. :90 PER CITY ;\. ., April' II ,e. )1
qUarter" He> has stacked l.Harm who tended the meeting ,I TAXES COLLECTED; '_: : I T iaI 'i'
pink. line of appllanaes, At the present time It wa "
III to In- ad, In today.s pointed out there art. no city City, Manager Gnu" B. Kuril ::3: ;. ,
being dealer reported Monday that about toper I I t t '
in lellleD for i ordinance for either profession TIDES :
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fire and Emerson appS and work U not uniform, Electricians ,cent: .of city personal and I II Ito .Ht.t1! 'ip ;/
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hu been IJI the eleeIMIatneu.ln I adhere only to the national real estate( taxek for 1948 had' ,!
Jensen electrical code Mann laid. I been collected. Taey became delinquent tA
fof 15 It ': 1 Chub and w. .we tot ph t.H. hihl '
1 1 u of March JI.. and : :
f} Named to the electrical cod .ea n.rh wu.w4 tiw
I committee were / U: Taylor; OA. !now art subject to a S-per cent -fi. :"r :': Per Raw.r., p.0,1 add g .... as .. ,I I''
IAN penalty plus eventual advertising .... for tick *M I ban II .i..u.'
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column from : Christopher and David Pierce. e.J ,
smoke rite txploskm-thatterad remains
of
cost if still at that "r: y t :
delinquent *
April lime DeWitt and L. J. Vollrath wAM '
BMw 34r. ((4. ef Helgoland' bland, former German U.boat:bate tn a the, ,Urn Kuril laid 'V' sr. AM, I*. ,

'Senaiam a North lea, i* the. British blew II fp with 4 hag (tore of high i group were .named Both committee to the plumbing will mveitlgaU I The; City ;Manager had no This .b a eloaeap l aerial view. of the destroyed plant II the Mon- April\ itHill" eta: ...*. del '

preventing OrasMmY tipUoive. 'This alrvttw.wa* taken ky .AT PhetographerHenry, i such oidlnancM In figures\ available on the collection santo Chemical Company at Texas City, Texas, -which blew apIa April 11 I llt tin tWI. 11

::1 lorrnatton dv.rsteis Banvnghf from plane i, II'O aid I= $foot, In.th ah'::: town of this also elsewhere to *. bat anld they wen ap' the chain explosions that ravaged much tf the community. April,.,' M II II44'MI 5,55 1M till ,t IM aaA t

Am eye-wltneui aeeoai* Mid I teemed to draw up their reeommtndatlona pfoxlmatelylthp! I tame at last Many,'orkert ware .In the plant at' the time' aad- It has not been April April II II 11 Ill, ddf 5a5o5,. It"U 1 user t.It

-taken off. 'late the, ak.'I' ."; i for Stuart, Mann explained. year, I t determined haw many were killed. MV 1 del aoa Sled. ',. e"


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nd' nm STUAR'r' NEWS, STUART, ''Martla County, Florlela, THURSDAY. APRIL 24, 947 ---

MR!. MARY HARTMAN, Society"Edit


,'I J SOCIAL NEWS. and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART New H.T.'W--Items l for.: ttU paper IMM Wednndty Office a the Pkon w..,*"j ji .





MRS. SHELTON BAKER 1-many welcome gifts after which r ENGAGED! I ping at the Breakers erfleld, Conn.yINDIAN In joint ceremony River Drive May has 7_,many' SALES St U. pado
\ 1 Harry Jennings, student at theUillvel'lllt RIVER DRIVE Indian
IUN: STORK SHOWER: refreshments "were aervd At-
td these organlzatldni -
\ : Mis Clarence Sarver and Mn |I hiding(( were Mrs Mary Shelton, )' of Florida and son of Mn Joseph Svec, Jr. and Miss. members' 'belonging who will l be inter- a D P iritERVICE
I Mr. and Mrs. Lane Jennings of Katherine Ensey spent last
I tpe llouck were hostesses at the Mrs. Oscar Johnson, Chrlst.lneJohlllMln united MemorialDay
i (t )jnner'S home here April 9 tort Mis Mamie Long Mrs Walton, Is returning to Gainesville Thursday In Palm Beach. ested In thus ParhjARNOLD
*, > : I I this week After short MISS Uda Tedder and George service.
\ H\ 'WiR'shuwer' for Mis ShelUm !Carlton Forrest Mildied Stiller,
t f I "" tmrtt" The honoree. received' 'Mrs. Filed LonR Mrs. Vera Long spring vacation Sawyer .Lennard of TUusvllle: ; ; ;ward Falrburn
BA/JER
:..... Many visitors to and from theNorth spent last week end with Mr. Mr and M ,
: : are stopping enroule for ,I.ennard's, parent. Mr. and Mn Ensey Edward Cray' and Carl

., \ AIL INTERESTED PERSONS IN MARTIN COUNTY I short visits among friends 6rI W H Leonard. In Walton. Carter of Miami were week end St.Vucle Boulevard one 142.Wi
i1 guest ot Mr. and Mrs. E. R. En-
1 I I are pvernlght guests at one of
Ij ARE INVITED TO ATTEND 'the popular places: Saturday night Mr. and Mm My! and Miss Katherine Ensey
t Don J. Romanello of Eldred com In Walton. Saturday night these
THE JOINT SESSION Among the week-end guests at
Mrs. Joseph
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Eden plimented Mr and Mri Albert guest Joined by
Blue Heaven of Mr
CF vt w I were Fischer, Miss. Emma Clark, Miss 8vec, Jr, Harry Jennings, Miss
and Mrs. Elliott Lewis from
Cleveland They are on way' to Ethel Clark and Oeorge Miller Annette Forgy, Miss Emmy Porgy and ton\s Well Drilling an/ Plumbing;
dined
and Donald Eiwey
with dinner at their home.
Jensen jach Business n's for Miami a desirable and, Incidentally homeslte,for looking winter Mr, and a Mrs. Fischer are season danced at Club Mack In Verb uck Service. W* try toj>lease' yon

guests at the Sunrise Hotel but Bench Inquire at
Another
: sojourns guest of
csociationVND; recent date was Prof, Jerry Tel- leaving shortly for Tuscon, Ariz E.-H.,Ensey is displaying a 349 W. 6th S] 1
K- that
onion
crystal wax Bermuda
and Los Angeles. where they
pen for many' years a prominent SYDNEY J01 S ,
and I
tips the scales at t pounds
live most of the time
educator at Case
T where Karl H. Burggraf University graduated a fraction'or an ounce This P, O Box\048 PHONE 29Stuart, Florid
was on his' farm back of
WALTON EDEN PROPERTI grown
of In engineering Mr and OWNER'S CLUB MEETS, the ocean ridge. This onion gives
Martin
County Chamber Mrs. Burggraf are owners of
\ ) .MIlDRED STILLER Blue Heaven of Eden. COMMITTIES' APPOINTED point to the fact; that .If right
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stiller of soil Is picked for farming. though --
Capt. C. C. Baldwin marine A meeting held In the WaJton- + 1
Cor Salerno have -nnouncrd the not In the Glades. It will produceto
c'e fiiSittrmrnl of their daughter,. superintendent of the{ U. 8 Fruit Eden Property Owners Club advantage
Company line who came In on attended
April 111 was by nearly
to Clifford "Johnny"Juhllhon
Mildred
S P M M DAY,VAY Sill of Okerchobre sun of the 83 Zacapa early this week. every resident of these commun- PARTY TO RAISE rA Stitll At
FtnettGIFTS
was a dinner guest of his old- ities. Dr E. L of
Jensenyveach TovVn Hall Mn II. T, Winny of Went Palm Dennlson, ,presided FUNDS TO REDECORATE
time firend. Dr. J. A. Oatlln and WOMAN'S CLUB SET
Beach Mildred was graduated
I FOR/ANEL DISCUSSION OF MM R. C\ Phelps resident Of It was decided the voting pow
from Martin County lllhKrliool Mra Don 1. Romanello of Eld-
I> lust June: Johnson was Eldred Tuesday night. er rests In the hands of Walton- red has been appointed general
BljXcH
TI 1C ROAD TO T\in INLET" Mrs, Aurallne Teal and daughter -
members associate
Eden but
graduated fiom OkerchobceIligli chairman for a bingo party toM _
I Miss florence Teal returned I fa
II members from along the drive MOTHER
I, ANDConstructive School and later served held In Community Center, _
Iwa years in the Navy, The to their' home, in Eldred Saturday I would be most welcome. Fort pierce; at I p. m. May S.

Mosquito (\>ntrol wedding. Is planned' for June after. a few days trip to Orlando I Appointed en the finance com Proceeds will be used to repair

'mittee were Lane Jenningschairman and redecorate the Interior of
Program" I Mrs R C. Phllps! ,. resident of :
; Louis Bell Edason the Woman Club 1
the Eldred left
and Mm Robert Johnson, all! of colony, this week Fletcher Russell W. H. Lennard C A general Invitation &Is Issued

-. ..,...-----. L----. -" .". Salerno, ana Mil Van Cha onMr for a visit among friends In and Harvey Merwln Entertain- to' the public No advance reservations She will thank IvVry
Washington and New York. Prior day if
J_ .. Lucille linker, Mrs. 1. 8 ment committee: Mrs. Leland are,necessary. you you give ricr,
Baker, Mr.. Duey Chason( Mrs. entertained to leaving she their and neighbors Mr. Phelps, Dr Hubbard chairman; Mrs Louis a housewaret gift/ V\ have a store Cut1 cf
Clarence Hall Mrs. Ophllla BelV Edason: Mrs. E. C. Griffith, Mra. Jo McMahen and Mrs.
;. Are You a Potential Dory son Weeks, with a steak barbe. Mrs Charles Moehle Mrs. R. H. have returned to just you !it)
MTII W II. ArrKld and Mra. Escott and Miss Amy Hulls their home In Plqua, Ohio after -
:cue dinner Sunday, want!
ALCO1KVLIC ? Mary Roebirry all of Stuart Recreation committee: E C. a months vacation In Walton -
Mrs. ,Laura Burrell of Stony
-- ----- ohalrman occupied of the GfaAd. '
Griffith Jennings one
: They waa,, '
OECfBiCMllHa ft
Brook. N. Y., left
: for
If s e. s home after a twomonthstay l
,
/ h .f..N .t fa. W TI CROSS HOSPITALII '
FJdorado Heights have a* guests with her sister Mrs Fred Russell, Edason and George i iCci

e k M..Iy a.yNN 0. fhk I.t. .e h d.N.d .u0..5b M tills week his sister-In.!law. Mra Dunphy, In Eldred Proceeding Weiss.A EDENLAWN'With t :tl
wee N r r .MNMO. Helen Armor, anti her son David, her departure Mr. Dunphy, who covered dish ''''upper is spring and the ever-

1 r ...dNM. I. tip. ..d.MO.N.. /M.... 1S .,1111f ot Pittsburgh.! ] has been In New York on business planned tomorrow night at 7 at lessening social actlvlei Ed
.... n-
.bas br tw..b. N 0. rq. uv.r N ee. -e- .
house
he club
I j for the same length of [ Everyone plan lawn guests are getting out
C I S' HIM dSe..Or/.11..1r Mra Oeorge J, I3arku have time returned home ning to attend Is requested to
0..f traveling
[ ,..1. M,. / M paraphernalia for their
J 5 0 .r M r.oNy
rY ....t 1.0.50... had as her guests at th. flackucPlantation General' A. Barnes, Jr.. Is visiting bring their own sugar, bread, and trek north. Deluxe AlumlMit)

J' e. H k ..N.I tint k I.e. d.erlr t .0r *0.S St for the past/ 10 days his. parents, Mr. and Mrs. butter. Dr. and Mrs. Casa Collier from Swing Away CAKE
Dr Robert M. Smith head of I
5.0001. 0.10..5 .0110. 01 wr.ry. lames' A. Barnes., In Eden Mr. l ) '
the English;: department at VFW MEMBERSHIP Memphis. who have leased The CAN OPENER PAN
.. T .LN ...H 1.f. K WHITS CROSS HOSPITAL N M dl.. Barnes will return to his home Cave for
... Lehigh University In South COMMITTEE MEETS many winters are returning I
5.15.4 r oI M t .r *10. h n Brunswick, Ga, Monday: after
I' / Bethlehem, Pa., Mrs. Smith and this week Their daughter ,
w 00.11 h.wy. a mon h i vacation here. .
M. wpM Tw n t h h Miss
O committee of the Peggy Collier who
: .. w.. Iw r.a N r 0..d ..r Carl Clancy, motion picture director Miss Bertha Membership Joined -
Oerdowsky, West- Veterans of Foreign War met them here at Christmas aftera
...
of the Government For .
bury, L. I.,
4 M !a M. 0..M I0.r0./ Iluk I.h..Mr. rutty Department. accompanied by Miss Thursday night In the home of long stay with the Red CrossIn "
Stella\ Oray and brother Ray' Zom James Halbe in Firewood Germany, will leave with her ;, .1.PI.c. Drlvll,
S. H r 001 .t0.. I .1010/k, 6..I.HrfN. P w.H.. : Gray of Hempstead, L. I, N. Y.. ..' wit
n 51114 NwMP..t 1 ..b.411511105/ 5 .. Mr. and Ms.eTn.; Thain left for outlining plans for a mem- larenU. and later (Ita on to New Celered
I are visiting their aunt and uncle, y ./f \"
bership drive. Indian River Drive York to resume her Interior
this week for their home In UiRS
1 0'' .. T.Mw. 40. .R ,. b. 50p Iw r.e.t p5.1 asp.Itw.. Columbia, S. C.. after a 10-day Mr. and Mrs. T Rynskl of Edtn members attending were R H. decorating business in which SM MIXING SET EGG
i fM1 / r .MOf f0. h 1flitla / Their visit will be of two weeks ...
I j visit with Mr and Mrs. W C, &'Escott Joseph Svec Charles wag engaged prior Jto World ,War
0.1, .. ... I .r ... 0..0 ..d 5.4.,. k n.rk.da duration during Which time they' Peckells and John McCllntie IL JV : '
Armor Fldorado_ Heights. \
011..0"1f will take trips to various ., >
places Besides the chairman Harry Mrs: Florence Cave and her p IT- ,-- -
: -----
of Interest In this locality before
Tin WHIT ROSS HOSPITAL 11II11I11I111I1I1I11111111111111111111111111111EWS! ) Worrell, other Interested mem- daughter Miss Annette Cave
T 05 w Nd 0.1.5.1.01 he ,
: i I'. 510 t .r coo, wuM. L. It. ..f w ..r0b..I<. leaving! for Miami bers were Frank Kirch, ,John have set their date of departure Stuart Hardware
Co
I N pn b0. wn.fN. M.r ibl OF Mr. and Mrs. Robert t ,
M.
Morgan '
U.y..l 0 .W. r.r. 1. ... .r .1 ..< .... Waldron Ivy Whisenant, Jack for their home In st. Louis
f i .//f0.. 0000. < w rn5. b .Ir 0O .n..n.I.b A... Middletown? Conn. who white around .
Wilson.Bill Jim Richardsand June 1 For
PNI ... Wr/f./ 01 P ..,. Lr Mf MM. have them late
tIi I... Di..1 N .5.5.14 .00,00, .4 r.r r.o0 t .r..b Indian River Drive I Mrs spent Morgans a 10-day sister vacationwith /and Angus Sumner.- Spring fascination and In early motor summer travel.have 213 OSC OLA'AVE. PHONE 1M

> By VIVA CLARK1IlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi husband, Mr. and Mrs. LeLand LEGION VFW MEMORIAL
Hubbard In Walton, left Friday SERVICES PROPOSED

U1 #1110 ;. C 0 S S Mini Elsie Caroline/ Allen, Tudor will lor Savannah visit other sisters Oa., where, Mrs E.they C. At a meeting April It In American -

city, N. Y., who has( been Bull and Mrs. B. L. Douglas and Legion Hall Fort Pierce,
the house guest of Mr and Mrs. pick up Miss Caren Bull tonight Memorial Day service with the Get Your New
touts Bill Edason at Maribel niece a recent graduate from ,VFW and the Stephen N. Glad How to

y 6260 C. lrol AvtniM, Si F.Urtbgrj Phos. 71061k I Plantation, Eden, left for ,home Georgia University In landscape 'win Post 40, American Legion, III
\
by plane from Mitchell Field, archItecture, to accompany them was proposed. A committee
West Palm Beach Sunday. on vacation In New York and to composed of Edward Whelan,

Mini Allen and Mrs 'stlrefidhhlp Middletown. Upon Miss Bulls chairman W, F, Stonerook and BENDIJCautomatic
started when they return she will come to Florida Luther8tone will contact the -

UI were employes of the National for a visit before starting on a VFW to plan arrangements.

Bank In New York, this bank business career Incidentally. Announcement was made of
merging with the Chase National Mr Morgan 'is vice-president I. the annual Installation of new
ti. QUAL I where they continued business and general manager of the officers of the post and the

a and comradeship until Mrs. Gda BoirasJOIl Company of Weath- ',Legion Auxiliary to be conducted
Ar
song marriage brought her to
ifsci At Florida to reside.

Mr, and Mrs. Frank Fee have LIST ur Rooms, Apartments and Rent
purchased the Tom Murray homeon Homes
i the drive for about 17500.

'{ j 1 I Stukrt Drug Gorp. door This to property the recently fs located purchased next us.FULFOR ,r

home of Mr and Mrs. Walker
j hidden Incidentally Mr. Fee I.a Is "VTOdoubtyoulIwan rour new BENDIX BOOB.JLN .
BUYING NC RENTING
HIS IS NATIONAL member of the law firm oUddnn I a' Most folkj do.! come In and\ see us gaickly.z .
MANAGEMENT
Fee and Park t."
I Mr. Und Mrs Arthur Johnston rite P. Box No, 4 Lefi talk it owtjM get the detail* done!

PHARMACY/WEEK Orlando, were week end 816 North Co ado Avenue t Maybe you'd flfst like to gee what this wash
guests of Mr. Johnston parents Phone7Stuart s,' ;
wonder
I'r Mr. and Mrs, Ruben T Fio a fy dhow it washes, rinses, damp-

Johnston, In Walton. i,cleans i ijfclf and ahuta"ito lf ofif-aU without'

1 j. :HELP YOUfc PHYSICIAN CONTROL turned Mrs to Samuel her home p. West in WestfleldV has re.. V + yo liftin i finger. Then it's even more urgent

J" after a visit to her sister THIS WEEK ONLK 'that Y>u me III'toon-today t it you can!
: CONTAGIOUS DISEASES and husband Mr and ,
I Mn J. E. > rf you want your BENDIX qvuckly-
I Waring, and
their daughter,
Miss Rosamond Waring WhileIn DEL BREW PREMIUM and ctfffVe* are you will-well both be pleated

-. We Carry I I\St/k At All Times Flolrlda| MM West was alsoa 1 if y/i a\ one of ourlttoberT
A Palm Beach winter guest, stop- / "

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I Ig .. THE: 8TCART NEWS 8TCART 'Martin County, Florida, THURSDAY, APRIL M<<, 1947 FACE man pc,






SPORTS EVENTS IN STUART AND MARTIN COUNTY I. i iI





I Sailfishers 4 Crush Boynton Stuart, Golf RAYMOND SMITHIS Stuart Enters 2 T ams.- j?,II" \\t:r-in;t,);-l'" I IThirteen




'14-4 Hold 'League Lead Tie Course Gets NEW GOLF In IRC Swimming Meet !: J'' '! r.1 '



Added Praise COURSE HEAD .swimmers, seven I-enter any one event Mo Stuart I W j r ""l' : .

I boy and six girl.: will represent girls will enter the fancy diving \ jiJ t

MORRISON FIELD I NEW MANAGER TIGER'NiNE Few of Stuart'--winter visitors, Martin County High School in Miss Glenn said I 1. J

to be the .**OB ',__" _"' .u'. .11Io ire more enthusiastic about Its d-: : the annual Indian River Can Dick Roberts Is captain of the "i, f 1 jH ,,
I Replace A. Rohrbach>> announced t l .
llbI b.Ili.rUiuadlnftot.kjt.rOitiddinS golf course than Is Bert SImmon. ) ference swimming meet tomorrow boys team Entries as A ,
11nd gatnaIt'fla. l HERE SUNDAYIN of Elmhurst, 111. Club Meeting Scheduled at 2 p. m. In the Wells Park. by Smouse Include Ford Carter, ,'" ,

But PPartnU*', footballrertuentIrS13fl1OthL CRUSHED 27-2 Recently Simmons wrote to Ma,. 7 pool In Melbourne, Beach Brooks, HB J, Ausburn '/ 1. ; ., J't. '
'
Fred L. Hall president of the These are the first swimming and Dewey Wells In\ the 14p-yd "' ; '. :
g ,iim lurprls* you *know ""* group sponsoring the course S revival Charles A. Rolirbach, resident teams In the local school history free style relay, Carter and ;' '' ) f: "

jiou U o.ch.s.icoulsn,
plsyers are le-klnf times he had spent there Golf and Country Club for tIle and a good place In which practices Roberts and Bill Leach In the .' '} I"" I I

the tun, or holding Last week Hall received another past several months, has reigned may be held. However boy, IS-yd breast stroke, Ausburnand ; 't fO! '

jprlag.tratflixI Bebea In Fin Relief Role| report from Simmons the natureof his position and left coach Jack Smouse and Miss Wells In' the 35-yd back I 4 (/:: I ; r'

touUi of th* MJKMI Horace Arnold Top Kramer, Gray. Star in Tuesday which should make every resident Sunday with Mrs Rohrbach for Edith Glenn, girls physical educatIon -. stroke Leach and Ted Bishop I. I
.
line. **
and Dixon Hitter Rout Melbourne here proud of the fact NortH Carolina. it was reported teacher at the high in the fancy diving, Robert 'I h! ,
And
well *s bov* --.,. Next Foe that again we have a place for this week by Fred L Hall, president school who Is coaching the girls and Brook In the 70-yd free ( I \ (

suited they *lre lathing* Sadly outclassed by an older Simmons' letter: businessmen fostering I the Robert In the '
bout not ill. In w L ..ot. their chances tomorrow with 105-yd medley L t 't ;
STUART i a sane and far more experienced crew "Upon each succeeding visit course* revival, relay \ I
the 11 or 19 both having some able .Ii
eluding unusually) I
Poweana n e I
'"
bowl fame that Psaotin. .",. 1.005Moniloon ffom Palm Beach Junior College, to Stuart sporty golf course However Hall announced yesterday team members. j -" ----- -- j'', I ..I 1 I
I Yield" I I .can Martin County High School'sbaseball interesting feature. .tto( the SALTY, IN tlTlf
will the **np.l.n > morning the position has 1i'.1\ .
open Ctowet.. 1 Teams from Ttltusvllle Eau : \jilt:
I .111Et I
of 1 1940. Gtndn eaa team dropped an Ignominious Northerner) continue to appear been filled with the signing of Gallic, Cocoa, Vero Beach, Okee- Salty, Mullants, fish I ng editor '''''Tf :

Ther will b* on* ; koch .: 'J i :coo 27-3 decision here Tuesday "The greens have been much Raymond 'Earle" Smith to take chobee City and Melbourne of the Miami Daily News and ii' '" I :
.: : are
Uc* of Ih* wlidMt shifts Wsntb .a.e afternoon on the East. 5th Improved, and now are In excellent over management of the club scheduled to compete In this' E. B. Clarke, St. Louis, general ,4 j t If I I I

iclM (tile se.on that t football LAST SUNDAY RESULTS St. diamond shape. In tact, so good concession and greens assisted meet. sales manager ol the drug division \ \ ,I I''

mr known. Ther ore new RTUABT .., .......... Bowk Although their losing streak that we can no longer fluid excuses by his wife Mildred. The Smiths Miss of Standard Brands, visited .1.. :I', ,4 I
II l
Cililoml Alabama, North- POVMOO 4.,fako Worth SNonntsc now has been extended to seven for not sinking our putts came\ to Stuart last Septemberas Glenn announced Adair Stuart Tuesday and Wednesday t" \ J I

eI*. Cornell Mlulsslppl. San F..okoo. I.rVId. '....I.1, .....11..!!C 01... I straight, the Tigers looked op- and really had no occasion: to visitors( and liked the city so Mahan. Phyllis Baker, Wink, tin behalf of the Noburn I 1"' n

ndm vnlvenlty, Ohio Slit, tomlstlcally today toward next as we averaged less than two much they decided to stay They Saundert Jonne Langburg, Sara Fishing Tournament April T, I'I \ U r

**+, Karyluid-to many to NEXT SUNDAY GAMES Tuesday game In Melbourne strokes to a green. And having are living at present In one of Roth and Mary Diamond will through June 2& Attractive citations \ .

IM, But big part ol to* old Morrlion. rkld. III STUART which' will be the teams last become more accustomed to the Charles Ketnble cottages on the make the trip, but she was undecided are Issued for sailfUh r I, I

k rtill lUndlng pit ._'... oi Lake WinchStn.ntos ----, contest on foreign soil .Melbourne nature of the Southern fairways St. Lucle Riverfront.The yesterday'what events amberjack, tarpon dolphin, bar ; I I,'\ti'hII I I'' I "

I km two Inking a vote oliMMecJtlnf (..(...bum Beech M BtlU at FIMOOUM GOd... GERALD WALKER Is reputed to have an we are even occasionally Smiths were born and each will enter With the exceptions racuda, salt water trout and l I' i : ''I
wanderers, her In admitting our real scores of the two relays not [
equally Inexperienced outfit grouper, as well as silver cups ,
cordially Invite the public to }
*, get art early line on The Stuari' Sailfishew emphatically "Gee" Walker former Major more than two contestant 1'
happen from September this season which gives Stuarta "Now other Interesting features Inspect and play the ninerhole may for the largest In each spectea."FHE .. : ( '''
nlrhl I. : retained their League outfielder and back- SO-SO chance of notching win are attracting our attention .
38-par course which Is 3.090 .
..amber We flrit ran Into a !
linen Hitern coach one of the chare in the three-way tie field gridiron star at.,the University No 1. Hearing a sweet trilling yards long Clubs may be rent. : .j ; it! I

,tke hid Ihli prophecy to offer: for the East Coast Glades of Mississippi, will man- Tuesday's affair was "no con whistle from a nearby clump of ed at the club house where refreshments JINX"BER :,

League leadership here Sun. ace the Columbia (S.C.) Reds test" from the' start The col- palm.discovered. I looked up hppefully, also may be acquired \ / ': I r:

\\1 it. Pennsylvania day as they Hailed a pair of In the South Atlantlo Baseball "Veglan' combined seven hits but it came from a The Smith were born and LUNCH SOFT DRINKS ,"
Ttt dlet battle In Uw Eat : Boynton Beach pitchers for League this season. A native : blue lay, perhaps disturbed by I" :
with three errors and a walkto And raised In Trenton N. J., later : I
M b4 between' Navy and Pennuta I 14 hits which coupled with of Gulfport, Miss. Walter score- eight times In the first otf our the presence second tee as out we stalked drove moving to Philadelphia Smith SPECIAL 1 j"\ "" I

They hive the two stronfojuki > seven Boynton errors brought played with the Detroit Tlf era, Inning,'and six more hits, four a stately blue crane which strutted Is widely-known in the building ttt r jt .

coming up Columbia a 14-4 victory in a long list- Chicago White Sox, Cleveland of them for extra bases were along following our golf balls construction business as a carpenter CHICK FRIED STE.Vef-'SANDWICH I 1. it

Till II eui Bowl b* coi Odell. can Yl dig eipKIA upHurt I less game Indians and the Cincinnati coupled with two walks, a miscue the whole length o( the fairway, and millwright During It o 25c :llOpenn ,'

!*. Both Yl and Colum- However, next Sunday the Reds. and a hit batsman to tally and then took off like a small World War II he supervised installation M. til 2.00 A. M. I, J, !

ii bin foe bcka* Cornell Sallflshers, In the second of I. nine mOle runs In the 2nd frame. plane, sailing! majestically awayto of machinery In a 3l/ ortl' uart v Fed. No. 1 r.. '

biitrwl- nd probably win D*. three straight home appear MRS. L. A. ARBOGAST' I. Stuart acored Its only run In perhaps to him, more Interesting ordnance plant In Grand Island, OU CANT BEJW.JHE JINX jj i iIJ1
ances, will face much sterner HEADS AUXILIARY Nebr, In" synthetic rubber f I
,
wtrra nee will boa food on*, the 1st Inning when Well drewa scenes Cloud All Day TTftWays t
t lb, belt In many ye.n.ft oppo ltlon; Rapidly Improving walk to open the Tiger drive. Then we nearly got a birdie 1 I. plant In Iowa and In many other '
,. Morrison Field will be the foe In Mrs L. A. Arbogast was elect As drive landed Government projects In the
1 gun No team on lose A misplay of Bowden easy roll a up arose a It
till,bet atoning team, spej- a return tilt In which the Sky- ed president of the neWlY-farm-I er put the two Tigers on second covey of beautiful little quail East Both t are ardent yachting -, I t .

r cob men *s Bl.nch.rd Da- muter will' act as thehome ed Ladles Auxiliary and third, and both scored on and they too made off to some fans and were active member 'I ,

tote roldberf and Pool, and team because of being unable to tin County Golf and Country : Emerson Kramer perfect woodland rendezvous. of the Wlsilnooning Yacht Club JOY YOUR DINNER ', ,,

M much left Thi should b* play on their own,field In West I Club at a luncheon meeting at 1 squeeze play hit toward first Observing several large holesIn In Fhiledlphla. Smith served on I I I ) i

rr'i year, n far an West Point Palm Beach. Stuart Manager the club house yesterday i base. Kramer was forced by c. the ground some 12 Inches In the! clubs board of governor IN : "Iq

inipolli fa Army won't b* John N. Mann, although confi- I Other officers elected Include K. Hardwlcki but walk' to Ed diameter I wondered what kind for the past six years and I .

M MM too food. It maybe dent with three wins under hit Mrs. H H. Hlpson. vice-presi Howard and Titus loaded the of animals occupied them, and signed when.he and his OUR GRILL I I 3':' 1 1i
'
; dent, Mrs Ruby Brown, secretary were Informed the ,
ftmeiMtGewl belt, nevertheless figure thiscontest bases with two out, but Hard- were 'gop moved here last fall re-I '
Inn,. Irlppl tnt to be the attUneS yet this and Mrs George Parks,' wick then was caught off thirdto her holes Well, our Northern The Smith, have a son, WITH 1 1I '
n, LeE sot In AUbana, Ti. season. treasurer The nominating com gopher, about the size and appearance who Is a student at I
young snuff the rally And for the
tad leueue, TMan rae b* mittee Included Mrs M, O. LIU- of a small chlpmonk. '
In last Sunda,'. clash the ver. rest of the afternoon no Tiger County High SchoolThe I.
i r>W. f* c.i LSD. And man, Mrs Fred L. Hall and Mrs need no such roomy quarters 1 YOUR FAVORITE/URIM. i
next of
regular meeting I
1 ieriMi N.rtk Carolina with diet was assured In the first two R B. McPherson ever got past second Wells got Then I learned It was not our I IWE I
club members and officers will
h Jntlc Dnk b still a Innings as the home team com the second and last Stuart hit little but I 1'
dancing gopher, a large
i The auxiliary will meet each be held In the club house at I
bined timely hitting with shoddy when he doubled with two away land turtle which burrows in 'I
I Jl nUgle." siwUwr icooiH Boynton fielding to roll up an I Wednesday at the club house for In the 2nd Inning but he died the ground feeding on roots of p. m, May T, Hall announced OaRRY A CsfMPLETB! If''
I
) 1 rK leave wet 8r threatened golf and bridge atartlng atI\ a. there as Bowden fanned ,
, > TM Ororilar Iqad Boynton :, surrounding vegetation Around .
> an cruy. Tine will b* only once when It broke the let ,: m until noon after which luncheon John Gray. towering Junior these hole. were what appearedto SUNDAY BASEBALL' I Line of ChokV LL0UORS WINES I II
will be served. BILL IS INTRODUCED I,
One I, beat Ia the South.tm In the 5th frame to score four College first baseman, paced the be babies' foot prints, and

a* early evIdence, U wetmRe times, but the Sallflshers bounced visitors* terrific 27-hit attack these we were Informed were Tallahassee.I April Z4-(AP)- i and CWDIALS

kKk .(.!> win lu see back with four tallies In their with a home run, a triple two the tracks of raccoons which are Sunday afternoon baseball, already '

i H| wuou with B! loaM I *r four Boynton runs doubles and a single on whichhe prone to Invade the 'gophers' a practice, would be mad I j ;
baa.. imHiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiTUAT Bebee single, an error, Elmer
scored fie time. and battedIn homes legal I In Florida under a bill Introduced I
(
.atg k t to th* Mldwwl the vote .RATTING Graham long fly and a double seven runs' Bob Rlgg. Bob "Yes, a round on the Martin lit the leilslature by D/LIC )US FOOD : {
Michigan la the steal tacked on Stuart'lat '
Blf Nine pairof ;
4 .pet Nora and"'Ed EMory collected County Golf Course certainly Rep Richard Oelken, lr. of Dade hi
to with' NoIre Dun beading Griffl. ,,.. "I AUO runs In the 7th four hit* apiece as the collegians will! be of Interest to the visitor county Prepared by JOT. and lUrs. J. P. (Mom If''
*>>t7 s Hot, Tact, Weal North 1.0.. ... I ....4H The box acore:
vita Ar.oI I ..401H. totaled 45 bases on their 27 from the North, and not only His hill would permit base
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.-" .. .44& for the tricky golfing, but the ball between I and a/d
in' teibys BOYNTOM BEACH bingles. Rlggs also ecored five games p m. Pop) Fe\on
Notr Dam ,, !
1'v I ass '
other feature for birds,
4 muld b* even stronger than Onohn ....n' ", ...1 SOt AB R H ro A t times. many : 7 p, m on the Sabbath, J J.a
hal l banana," Shunt .. "I .... h.txitseC,. .4 I tB Kramer was-the bright feature the curious animal life and the
One traveling OMit .. ".1 ..asTh.oe.n Tumor Ik .5 I I I S attractive Florida vegetation. We :
POrtH, 'Kotr Dim* hn n .sad a, W..k. .lb". C S 1 0 'I alx for Stuart with' bis scoring hit TRACK TEAM IDLE -"',
have Ice Cold Premium AEERON d
often read It, but It Is
0 I >w viUrsns hack most of l11 ..., .. "' : m ..,.. lh- .... ,4" a II I a and brilliant play at third base. of( 1
iplui : Aeuld : .".: : Iwilier I 1 tel especially' Interesting to observeIt Tentative plan for Martin
torn young bach who Lo.nep .0 .16& ln.ntt ",, He handled seven fielding first hand" ,
County High School track team DRAFT
trtUsnt Th squ.d again "' 5.w.casp .. ': : : a t : chances without flaw and made' .. If :
:;;.:: I :::: entering meet In West Palm I
Ia tee or lhnae deep As Le ehy 1'.. .If Ik ,I I several other sparkling a
plays
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Luto I I lUlllr be on* ot th* game'e H.n I .aas J. Turor ..II .a I I I 1' that kept the score from mount- Corkm flee _. klu-Cr. M. Connr ; :
iMchei, In.,.. I .... _. when the meet was called \
you eta Sec what Uils Ing any higher. Orafton. H run'-<9rny fcnrnedruu
,_ .. .... go iti 1 .. off, it was announcd today. ,
A South Bend -P'l Booek 11 Stout 5 Loft
BEACH:
all PALM JUNIOR
gallop .. .. ., COLLEGE
TtAMIllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIItlllllltllllll. a knm-Pol* B ock I. Htuarl J, IXxibte. SF. Lucie Bar 1
AB R H fO
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NCnoo.s. ,I S S I S IB pl.rSt N Coopor Bather to
""JW" h rated highly bl the AB a 11 poA''KSllllor : Cot'ptr Ik ::"'::?.4: I ) I t eNn.tb Gray. Stolon .b..en-N. COMM H lorprr; TOURNAMENT SET I ,
t. Xi-w.ll, Bnolk, Rl'.. ttnrj, WldII I
N, l o.
"tnuwut in Pony Army half of the 5th and added a pair rf J <1.5 I tOrllfl. 1 : S 1T H.N,.k'ik( :':" : ::,,I oiense* I 00 Norn, Cork.n, C, Hud Wichita, Kan. April 24- rf _
r un to wt her back this more In the 7th while Boyntonsubmissively' ...'k" .,.. k I I 1 Corkrrv ..". I C a wick. K....Hoonrd. Stryrkonl, kr Chill The National Baseball congress FOVMERLY TOMMY'S BAR AND OfILLA !
fbi, tst. and Mlnno.oi ur :: Cite. .:lk : ::4 'ki ; I 5tlnaelh a. he .. .. 5, _. W.II. 5. Pt,. .. bolt
recoiled. Thop..tb SI it II ... ..1' .h.n a. sir ciolbee 4, 0" Haey announced the 11th annual j : I
Oil se dinferou Illlnol* km I OooO.u Sb .. 0 e t 1 aLor.f .e . .. .. today VISIT WILL, CONVINCE YOU r .
'" I her Robert Johnson made hIs first ,., .. lloAs.tri KI.II ., .. .4.4.. 5 .aPi. sOf W.1e' a iou.. beat ''' xsd I I. 5 I. .n 0 ..I '
men Sothee
Including : : :: : : : t .. .11. ., 5 C 1 C 0 0 <
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I BEER BY THE CASE t'
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'apid Buddy Younf mound start for Stuart and ": I I 1 4 I tn 4 I..In.., off H. .? It *i>d IS ,In would be staged at Jacksonville :
Miisourl. .
** sod Oklahoma ar* riled breesed along In fine style until I Hillf. AmoM Ib ." ,I 4 S* S I I* *I 5 Connaw ''Jii': :::1.1": :::,: .:,J 0 I S : 00.cnni >I,I..(S Innlnn IHnlitn. Hit off b Wrll llrk IS. .acid..b IS Well InI starting July 29, with {;
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he weakened In the 5th .But t ',. ... ..1 4 cc e 5WIlti.mulV I' rll. ". S S .a S 0 a (IRInrO', Wild rltekkr. Wolli S. r>..d the State champions qualifying, '
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Os tver-huiulnf SouthwtitcraTH his relief, Bit Bebee, quickly put 8k ... Ik-M .5 0C5 55 ..11I.. ... .. ., ".1 a a s 00aannaopt <' III karn-k.I.Hnrdoleh tlmplroo' .-I H.M. kr, M II''Arnold... I.udUttkmin. kr directly Into the 13th annual
*. "eu out the fire I and stifled ftoee .I S 5Isboop ( I tournament here Aug. IS to 27.
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Neeley Boyntonwith p .
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loam at S SI
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O hut ..:,,,_:::, ..i I Ia :: 41k .
good chance to r* two lonely tingles the rest .41 14 14 M if > nn.-tlId'roe, El.! o.r In Sth "FOOD"THATS i
11 bathe for conference of the route Bebee not only .-...... for H. AraoM l I. till 101-BUM. for flrnfton Jn (tk., ,I BUTTON AWARDED 1 ,
vibi Is w lercely foufht In halted Boynton In a fine supporting Sew* kr, Hmllwi STUART AaaHPOA'x Hazard Brownell of Providence fish caught with Capt Ted Preston

ttlnn that early pr.diethx,, role but tanned seven. ....10. Souk ..00 *4* 4fl..... 4 W.ttanf.O ", .". "....a I I I a I R. I,, has been awarded April 7 1 on the charter craft 4" ,
mba,, Closes ..,.,.045 ci. ia.i4a ad.xlb..5: 1 0 S'S a
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Including three In a row In the ,.. ik.n tIa'-l.o.n'ni.5. Annold. B, HnrdnkH, .,.>k ,.. ( I I 1 a Release Button for his sail- Peter, Pan., 4 L'
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('4 leads lit West 9th, to ran hU total to 28 strike lee,.. T....... .. a.hoe ....T_......... Cklpot If-M...1.".-.t I I at I IS \ '
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H Arnold Griffin, Onthui. *. B TiiroorR k I. .. ,. _S el I as DELICIOUS ;
about l the Teat coaitf | out for the season .' W_. ., Two ..... khJoknoonICW. V.Hund.t.OE ,.,...t 5 5 0 I I

"i nayfiren ikould from CaWonil, Jerry Turner started on' the .timed. Griffin.rono Thro iu. ....rt..1,Ml Horntoo-H. AmM I., you.0.Ho..cdIb; w .: ,._ ";::7';,:: : : o cia, t N .' Ph a - THATS ECONOMICAL ft ,

still b* the stronf hill for Boynton and displayed Lft on koio*-.Htonrl .. benches tnn.alf... ".,,_,i S 0 II. 5Ho [
oust' h* saidl know a good assortment of deliveries Sk'lr> Bun-Lolotlo. 5. Wo>k<. Slllfer .,. pxf ._".+,._ e e I I I uriman lave AT"THEBLUE. '.F':
tonible they S. Griffin I. Totlor n. TkomnoB. Cm.kom LHo.svIf .,, l 4 II ,
501 looked fnl! but his weak support afield wore H. Arnold. Loony I. B.., thotltla.ef .:;, : ., I I.S.O .f
they ace a (far (??,, him out and he was replaced by &. Rolll,. BOM .. .n_ff 1. Timor Hactclefo,.,_ eeeeeest .' ,
kit ...... . . ...
that game 1, Dfl J. *, Off BOdoO I. Seroekoukk ee
lint7 showed. Whenwas Jim Weeks In the 6th when the J.'Tnrnor 4, kr J, Wooko t. he5nhnc ,5 501 S NJOY THE FINEST OF BEER \ G00SE"When \
Teb fan. called off.Imprarod. Boynton cause became more or .. hl a.m.a Y. HI' I, ...._...." a. ........ e., h. Hunond .I. 4'1011. '_;
ti lIne aquad took a heevy be Ccb.n I&. Rolli. Roan slid bitssat .- ._ fur 5ooOa .So MIl. BU WEISER ON DRA0GIAT
still baa less hopeless, However; the two 1 Tunxr IS and II III I Innln.ii ....,./ be 10.1..., ;tf
hit,5 a strong a. racked up nine strikeout and aeC : Wo.ki I and I In I ,..I. off Palm stock 'C. *.! isa S_17 ALL TIMESBOTTLED
bunch that will I. hoed sosaina 4 5,0 I I. C I.. '..1.... net TIGERs: ,. .._ ... 44 tI Your AApetite I Ia Keen a/d You Want A 'e
taaut liii Rose Bowl showing. passed only one. ...... C nod I to 4 ... ...1.... Wud R... k-tud U-Rl... 4, 0,,,, t, Hearty SatufyinA Meal This iXhe Place to Come Ii'
be Horace Arnold paced the Stuart .1......... Tanner. ....004 b.ll..aiwttt.e. Blanot .. IIrol_. Hun .. N, Caopnr I.B 4'te '
taie.enju' s* with three straight _. Wln.lw rltekiaohn. .. Lot ()ucIp., '. 1.'_". 'e_t1. outa. RS Our Meal* Are Carefi/y Prepared 0i 1
offensive
S.Ulher CaWor.atlarl. Iw Hlk-..J. Toroor. UnpIrM. -P.rkind Two ..... I..N Ccpnn. W.II.. ale...
I Iii's blew se macoh sheet base knocks Including a long I. WHU TlnMttt. fi"2:2: widohi. No.,, a.Ihe You Get CourteoSV, Attenti Service and Price I
I., to the eth Inning. It
triple open s'emium Brand Alp giaso/ably
'a befog that tlaa peenar was the first such hit by t Ballflsher ck:

Ifinlesel, Ml. U..t fall, Ii this season with the first DANCE CONTEST TONIC! BEER BY IKE CASE TJf TAKE 'DOT ,

., sad eenr.hthag. Stuart home run yet to be struck PRIZES TO THE WINNER IMPORTED ITA1VAN ANOfbOMESTIC WINES
lpeflell.i, It Bebee -aided his own cause to

Iii. tho aide considerable extent with two YOUR FAVORITE INK AS YOU LIKE ITorge $
play, waj begt abewt. baud rape In the 5th and 7th on it and Larry S5onc1s 1 I AM

The gate'a woo nn both of which be acored. '

gettlag ed et'haul, Three hits and three error Entc : CIGARS Cl TESEPAPERS$ cANDY "By (

be'. chased across the first four Stuart r
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.runs in the 1st inning and Square Dane \Pt\jfton Foxtrot Waltxe BEERJUQUORSUnd' WINES I
Pigc71,11'
er four more safeties plus another Orchestra Culay* and Saturday Nile* PREMlW
Ilisna sta; onto, lah'lfanI, Boynton miscue added four mon OPENi 0 A. 1\TIL 12:00: P. M. ICE OLD BEERS '
a ba In 2nd The visitors 14 a Saturday Nit** '
the
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they itin
CLOSED SONDAYS PACKAGE GsfODS GftO. CASPER Owner :
bb.ataut b.. broke through when two ,
Yankee, finally
go I,
Wan.4 They ala. expect to walks and an error loaded the f O: HE CKVWD FOR FUN TO IIER"E
Ia MAKJTIT A PRACTICE TOEAT I
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nk'oioa., on Ih* (I. sacks In the Sth and singles by "

I spot. anl, perhaps cityve Cleared Bernard them Turner, but and Bebee,Ray quickly Weeks TOOT PAL ,: Jir'eziman, OPENTDAILY 10:00 A. M, TIUXli30 A. M. "- .. ,

hi'tii'hoto appeared.. to snuff out this rally, Except Sunday .
phtohiarplap and then chipped with a ile North of Stuart, FederalSj way No. \ '

thea, The me |learn that double In the bottom of the Ith o 'od Sunday* Pa Good* 241 Oa jbo1a A *. Mile North of Stuart on Fed., ..Way1' ..

thIOponIt. Pet car4i- a* Stuart got four hits with an .

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I FOUR TUL "TCAHT NEWS, STUART Martin County Florida THCiWAI APRIL M, 147 _
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1 Florida hud 2.8 per cent of its Mr J P. Wllbar!] attended an I at the Baptist Church here Sun Illllllllllllllllllllllinilllllllllllllllllll/ suffered c severe heart attack
s protected acreage burned durIng Odd Fellows Lodge meeting last and was Ul when they returned
I the 1949-43 fiscal] year week In Pensacola. day.Mr.. SALERNO NEWS Palm City News had foot
_1 Mr, and Mrs. Horace Marr and and Mr* Thomas Oruen. North! He later a TTIC FANS
) family are moving here from elder of New Hyde Park L, t., By MRS. a D. QUIGLET By ANNA ., ,AT amputated and afterward seemed ,
Halnes City.r N. y, Were the week end guests to be recovering eatlltatt rtlY.
REBUILD and CONVERT The Ret. R O Roland of Kiss of Mr, and Mr. Chattel Conradof Mist :Rosa Christine John 1f1ll1lnnIInltt""II"1II1IAnnouncement, ( and was planning his return 44 \ Rex 36 Inch n
i Immee had charge of the services Salerno Shorn. and Frank Gray Simmons of has been made here next tau However, another
YOUR OLD MATTRESS Point wedding IOle"I .. heart attack'caused his death.
I Canal wu of the marriage of Mrs. B. j Inch Ventura
afternoon In tile Be Is survived by his wife and 30
nlzed
Sunday ,
with Cobb to Fred Holly both of Palm Is
I children Heartfelt sympathy
of a few Wends and
1NNERSPR1NGSCALL COMMERCIAL and AERIAL relatives presence at the home of the City on April 18 at Fort Pieroe. extended to them by their many
I A bride, Mr and Mrs. 0. H. Johnson The ceremony was performed\ friends here. SMAL\EXHAUSjfFANS
710 HOTOS The Ret Phil Maxwell, St. Lucie County Judge Fleas C.' On May t, a farewell banquetwill
Baptist minister of Stuart offlclated Dame at his office The bride be given by the Ladles Aid HUNTER OSCULATING
AND
PHOTOGRAPHS W\L HELP YOl ftf&KE THAT Hazel Johnson, slate of the Palm City Church for the C. E. FANS
ji I was born In Haddoi\fleld, N. J", L. Packard -
We Will LE of the bride, wu maid of honor. Rev and Mrs Harirson
came to Palm Beach County In who will leave for Antrim VICTRO\
best PEDESTAL
PROMPT, EFFICIENT S TCE GUARANTEED Ted Baumgardner was man. FANS .
1 *,fall: \ fur your, !maUrnsRrprw The bride wore an aqua .blup {U$24 and moved to Martin. County N. H., May 12, ending their sec
'. WHIRLWINlM RTABLE FANS i
TROP SHOP The maid of honor,wore a white pastor. All members and friends
mplrtelv. rebuild your dress. 'Stamford, Conn., and came from regret his resignation at this NEW DAY LAW WER WITH MAYT J

nialtrf.*.Mipplvinf the following l. Id,. Next To Western Union rayon The table was decorated witha Norwalk, Conn, last November. time, which was necessary due *LI MOTOR '
sew materialsInnrrsprinf : blue tablecloth with ]lilies, The couple will reside In Palm to 111 health of both Mr.Packard -
5s Max, honeysuckle, fern and a CItY. Some weeks later they will and his wife While all will
unit bride and bridesmaid miniature to north for a honeymoon trip feel a great loss to this community RADIO/ D
Burlap and IIAN$ PAINTED AOYILTISIN I dolls The' room. was decorated to Connecticut, New York and at their leaving, It wu APPLIANCE REPAIRS
Sinai Insulating pad with phlox, bouganvllleas New( Jersey. They except return only fair to them to accept their
I and ,rrnl'e;;; wedding ; here before fall resignation with hope for their
layers or felt march was played/ on a player Mr and Mrs. Cliff Elklns of future'good health and with
ACA( covering! victrola After the wedding a Brunswick. Oa. recently spent great appreciation for a wonder- UT
Iliittoa tulCslUnillrtt beautiful decorated wedding nearly two months at the homeof tul work accomplished/ during
cake was cut and served with] Mr. and Mrs Bart Daniels. their pastorate. The church has
fur lurniiif punch Mildred Allman presided They have now moved to Stuart\ grown under their leadershipand 'RADIO AND APPLIAN) '
I' land rolled edge 0 OLD DIXIE 111-WAY at the punch bowl) to a crowdof and are occupying an apartmentIn kindly guidance f
25 The young couple will the Sunrise Apartments now Mrs. Charles Stossel and child
Completely rebuilt make their home in Canal Point owned by the Rev H. H. Jones ren have returned from several 20f OsceoU Awe Opposite City Fire |
mattress will be Word has been received of,the Mrs. Earl Daniels and Mrs. W. weeks vacation among friends\
I j returned within death! of Mr Charles Pierson of C;, DeLong entertained Friday of and relatives in Brunswick\ Oa
I Westfield, N. J. Mr, Pierson was art week with a luncheon hon-
1 48 Hours a long time friend of Mr. and oring Mrs Cliff ElkIns.
I tfri. George Osborn and was a Pvt William H. Donaldson of 19 ;
TOTAL IOSTIY THE CO H"BEER winter visitor here for many Geiger Field, Wash., has recently ;'q6$ .\
years.He was 83 and well-knowi spent IS days here at the homeof
$24.75Mattresses here. Those who knew him best his parents, Mr and- Mrs
WINES"GLORIED loved him best Mr PIerson Is Floyd Donaldson] He returnedto 1e4SSt eons HERE'S THE BEST ANSWER
PLATE LUWCH 65c survived by one brother John duty at Scott Field, HI, wherehe
UNDAY QTNNER $j.00 Pierson of Westfteld, N. J. was transferred during his
Box Springs Mr and Mrs Orman Eggleston, urlough t ie$'' T0 A SERVICE CALL
We pedaiise In and son, Benny, spent last weekend ;, The men of the Palm City a
Studio Divans In Orlando sightseeing Church were hosts on Friday ,
HAMBURGS" Mr and Mrs R. I* DeLoach evening of last week at a banquet R I
of Valdosta da. and Mrs. Dalton for the mothers and daughters -
Direct From Open 8:yf*. \'Till 10:00 p. m. Daily
Anderson and ion. Dale ol of the congregation. The
Satiny 8:00\ m.'Till 11.00
p. ro. Stuart called on Mr and Mrs o I food was cooked and served by
ManufacturerTo CLOSED MONDAYS ALL DAY D. Quigley Saturday.Mr. the mv, About 40 guests were
and Mrs. Cris Miller have i In attendance and a good time
YouAt TASTY, DELICIOUS FOODAt moved to their new home onst wa enjoyed by all. They were
Lucie Ave. The house Is a Mra Rose Witham, Mrs George
wood structure 20 by 40 ft. with Smith, Mrs. Clarence Felnauer, rr..nJuIw
COACH a large garage The house Isn't Mrs. Ralph Mallory, Mrs. 8 L. d
REAL SAVINGS Old Dixie HiWayTHE Jenif n Beach completed yet,but Is hoped tow Crews Mrs Palmer, Mrs victor 1 .
.\ Special AttentionTo completed soon. Mr and Mrs. Conklin, Mrs R. R Wallace, Miss
II -- -- Miller have moved from Wildwood Viola Krelder. Mrs Marion 8.Fisk .
I' -- N. J., to make this. their Mrs. Charles Barrett, Mrs
i' Hotels home, H. H. Jones, Mrs E. S Mattlson, 0
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Smith Mrs. Earl; Daniels, Mrs. W. C.I ,-,.-
Tourist SAILFISH have moved into their new home eLong. Mrs Anna B. Day, Mrs: .
Courts
I .. en Salerno Shores Mrs Maye Jolan Blasko, Mrs. Mary Porter,
r Douglas Is also building a homeon Mrs. Robert Montgomery Mrs. I
I Apartments Salerno Shores. W S. Burdlek Mrs Charles
1 THEY'RE STRIKIN OWl Mrs. George Wilson of Jensen, Krumm, Mrs. Earl Marks!l.'Mrs
Vi.it Our Stores president of the County Council, M M H L, Packard,
1 I .e.ea'I:: efficient weather and
,, opened the meeting Monday I Mrs; O, B Karen Mallory ? roper ; use low-col
I I AT Get urWith night with the Lord Prayer and Joyce Crews, Joan Bleck- 4 compare the Universal with
the P-TA song Mrs Oeorge tone, Laura Palmer, Nan and any roV-Mrvic* vehicle. Th* "Jeep guei you
I I : Brownlee was unanimously elected ] Nell Walton Jerry Markel and 2-wheel ice for speed and economy plui 4-
Fort Pierce
TOL FLEET president of the County Co Carolyn Felnauer. p-\ whecl-driflkrower for heavy towing and pushing
I IS cll 1 for another year. The prfsl- The regular meeting of the '' for goiMthrougb. mud, snow, sand Highly
f'I I 'I Sleep Shop dents of each local made report Palm City Woman'i Club will beheld "' maneuverable heivy traffic, on narrow dales
I' EXPER AIRS o n.what their PTA were doing today at the 'vestry of the .il Folding wreckAcrane for towing any passenger
120 North 2nd St. Aplay,"Doctor P-TA,"was given church. All members are urged car easily inVlled/ in "Jeep' bed. Rotary
.1 ((Next to Morton's) n your by seven members of the P-TA. to attend; and bring friends. a Power Uke oe et rear "Jeep" na broom and snow bwe can be attached for winter
The characters were Mrs. Jack Mr. and Mrs. Steve Blasko are N used b operate a Pressor uwtt
4 M INE ENGI use, Let us who \ oar wh/ the "J ep" it
or I aunderson, doctor; Mrs Oeorge expecting the arival of her America's No. 1 seme bids
Osborn. nurse, and Mrs W L. brothers A. L Kerekes, and
; :' Store you oat with us for t summer Merritt, Mrs Fred Pedersen Mrs. daughter of Cleveland. y+
'I ulbins) Sleep Shop W.D. Blanton Mrs.Harvey Horn Word was received last week
liar, Mrs Shelby McCulley and by Mrs M. B. risk of the passIng -
, Y .1" 1910 S. Dixie T EY'S' BOATYARD dra. Martha Whittle, patients. of Robert L. 'Jeffries at a lit
West Palm Beach I Hobe Sound had 10 present Stuart hospital near his home In Port Wiley Motor o.
: Miles South of Stuart on Old Dixie two, Jensen one, and Salerno Norris, N. J. Mr. and Mr*. Jef-
t ( Phone 4830 14, making a total of 27 present. tries were winter visitors in Stuart "Jwpbull up t le 1200 IH Sled M North Federal Highway art,
Salerno Florida After the meeting coffee and and Palm City for several provider apace for Urn, lulteria tools
cake were served years.'Before 1 leaving her he I

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Write P. O. Box 954, Stu/rt 'I'Ilne II C.mpo..nl or wbllNlln prtrq IAe fkU (
/tf C h. 307 Seminole Ave 1'1.' .. for INd. In I ,1tl,tl I 4 47Ni '
; ge PER WO JORDlN- .. T 5 I .n .tom SUPP01/S WOmen j nnmr l: ]l \
Maf tY UNS hallaa .
April M, 1 11t.tod NMn t
MINIMUM FOR 17 GD.ObN 101 R ANNE Iha" comInnlM M*t'a belt/laella Dow- LITT JRWL Y xHOPPx, arda : "t
V' w11ch le MinN..t
ATLANTIC C01 m wpa' 1"
CAM- FfR SALE: 194* Delete de/ lad nwdlx Yuea ney, lilt Oranfe Ave. Fort J
URpg; 31 PER W use F01 SALE: Sand color reverfile IE AYhq djudab Rile I Ail-< btu.dv F A+; teal YM 1arr.xnl MNId
i MINIMUM FOR, $7RDS. APARTMENTSTUART door sedan, Fluid frlve. r 12 x IV, like new, u i& PIA DA leater, Clyde PIrUe. Huart. Et MInIM::' P R PAR E L,. puintmen tf YACIIAM, i'i f. :1:
t 1 Rta.rt rb'rr.'
WHEN ATM! EC. ox 19!. I It. In Just been there hlycl M' ::.r E R I II L A TIE jjauve; soma a April 110. : t.1

IIIIIIIIlulIUIIRTMENj5 ptetely Furnished Houseeplnr ,ntil May be seen at Itfrlin b bCo It Frwtd and AT" VINE I I S 111. u' el \ PAY ".rJTT when you eat.own :: J 'f i. ,::
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .
I Apa onto F(|( SALE: Hot water oh, 1. ty Cleaners. L Rlne nuN mmaMier your \\fxrt, new, modern LEGAL ADYERTISlM T Jf:1 1 t'',

*>R RENTiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiini W. T PAi 'T Keller prtl24 April l4! May L I L aw ul ofr0tut TII.A. NI'I'aI D S .t4"amnia IM a.1a' w home AMWU'AY FOR IT with ; I & I IIN
IT E XIII IA M E !(. t.roum3L TH! COUNTY JUOGE'0 T uRT Ito t I I ,
Telephone 152 your rent \Iney, This makes \ ''K I \
It ANU FUR
5 NARIIN CmI/ I ,
FOR WLE Florence OH foal
SALE Jarre t
: tt
a 9 FO1 : FIVE. AD ININQiESSEY ILrY. 'no.Worn of eap0 CrE M-T you See Dehon E ONmA, i } Iti'L
iiiiiiitLiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiAiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiFOR I ( DICE LOTS IN S larle burner, porcel.m\ finish SI.I"ny .1 Proron4e. DOWN |7, vn. whti union
MoTEl It. .Ut.u. or the t d.Nl- today, ft.htBld(,, Stuart, 1.IN
VICTORY Ike tleelridf apt bo.t pulpy *".nd. IN PROOATL 1.
RENTiiiiniiitmiiiiiiiiiiJiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiii A DITiON. STRE T HAS new. Royal hn.q .N ,10, Con,PIM paint oPo Ewe. C, Wilson ImJkn /0 atria. dol.nn)64' lidi Peaceful I 40. .' 11\i\
,
'r Ave .nou. ( onn II.1I '' '
RaTAKIAN
RIGHTS'OlfJY : : '
a I RIVER 4i wiihlni"oonbiy: Unwho niiia i. N .i oV the 44. paNwa April 10,yi7, 24,\\Iay 1. R boTAit a .. \ ri
irwaJI )
FOR ttNTi Flofr sanding machine 1200000, FRi ID FOR Port Mrs, loifi' Oar term ....? 10 .,.(So 4& C..I GEIM a s. (000xIr Lnn.n 1 e '" 'I I
LOW Alt. f It 4L Rua. irthlMil 4. CoJI oulrfl -' hole WILY P/Y KEN' ,. /! ,
SPECIA | and dger. Reflnlsb. QIBCK SALE HARI IS LOW are Bl .uEI'b' lacll 'iU. ..n for a PAPER N Go Pt. Glbba, I'' I rl";
44. Ren i-Mnv4 ; I Plkellki recei when *>u can OWN nroNNl r t
ipors alAeasonable El<%, JR. BOX 954j IR CALL M M high flihft ace r
.SCMMERJKATESle your rate FOR SAlE-: Trailerbottled 4ft. .hoar aft" 0tnI.e' <. Bo,k .1 tho tantnluin Volt NEW MVFRN) HOME TIC& 10 11017000 t f'I!1 \\I t '
PbonetlOS, fiuart HardwareCo 140 Y tf gas tail and stove Colt Clubs 47 Bm II 1 H>k voloaa/ blot l K, Italian Mrr3r .r /our 'Ir
< receipt,\ This makes I
1 I tf "izo CRMY SURPIJBS- BAR. and bi*, The Co h, Jensen 5 9 ro n rAd3 (-/ N-4-Sfor I you. Theo Yo .ALL HA REUITfI IOU CI iMx AND tilt All IIF.MANe., PEN. : ) I Iboo. I'

clean RAKS BUILDINW Beach I t It D/iun & Son, D\i AOAINNT ID 1 1YnY 4 t
our I airy, 18 x It, >n Bldf.Apyi IAlE'
FOR ,
lellventllatedyoif REtr/Slocum I Apt. The 10a2. 10 X 4S, 2f 100 AND 10, 17, 24 Ma| 1. on w. n n.M 1 tH'j' f
eel table, coolest |none Gf the most X FOR SALll pallon *i rs and jugs 4 ? .n r, ,Ind ID ..aNUfrd / : j j

.n desirable} Ipts.. In Stuart All AS OTIlfat llOR BUILDIlf.8, SOLD with cers, Sr/c th. this. N/LICE: Karl J. rfrueferjuld J aced, nmar Ja Taira.anIMI lose.IA.MA..rr0..o. ;I'i I'idemwo '

electric one 139-J. April M KNOCKED DOWN holm tlfeterlM Stuart,, Fla, like to make t clear to u. .. a. I.-d, a1rr kmr.h I
to
friends arIII.
;
hill r rer1 .. n
IN SUCTIONS AND DELIVERED F x 1.1. Df i : f .l
j1
keg n o I fine, large sol- ASO PLUHBING April 24 the tltiaeni of gtualf that the Co ante. 101., rn IoC I I t( 1
ETC, C d 1 ; I
WHY PAY ENT for a PAPER Coffee table which made n .abn :
nian rl king the beau- WILL%E IN rf MYERS IN OLD NEWS P HCS FOR SALE 20 21 2z5 the. and fir 1I b. I N Ma II. In lb.Cdundy .
receiptYOUR en you can OWN out at the school li.use C, the 1 x !I
has a In M.-I. "'
S Lu i River, r.ur. tl,
/ Kluart
tW
A
FEW DAYS IC
MODERN HOME INTERESTEDADDRrKS a pound News If positively no canner /n what rlor/d., ,Ain ,,ht rlnntlu muhe/ l r"' (I
Pram Ihr d.l. Ue Nn' I o
S BOWAN, GEN a .
as yoyrfn elpt. This makes FOR SALE; 'M> frown boxers, zsJe sn ever with Mr, Smlise the I.nuf. oM, RahllrYUwU ':\1, ,
DEL. Ill MYEKS, FLA. It bad ..d. ., nth.to '
C-E-N-f-, for Theo W n th
you one male, a, female, beauties, I Shop Teacher, Vpr" 24 sad In a arm. rand RnnntWN I 1 } IIIII l+

ROOM THOU' BATH Dehon i. Dehori Bldf. FOR SAllfc well tralnedMid well mannered Jq Jo -"- YrsnM M Mme ,II bored, I r i I
,
''iBol' April It,AT, May 1. Breeds, Goof luf 111 Quality.00. Worth Heavy Two pufh>\three months BOUNTY CONTRIB ES Uu Manic tlh airs, Use O., ,IYh9.'Ent INR, j ,: ."' 1 I IAn : I,,

wiiMhowers and Rest FOR tracomfortablemoiler while ClfckSjftoi W.' North old. Knowf* Inlmal Hospital I II i $713 IN USO DRIVE 1 A, InlutetOn /'? Twlu.onM Am ( I', ',, I

IIMI at Vur Disposal RlfTl Ave Ballfciori 1, Md. or C. C. 'tf wnVt Jupiter, Fla, Hex d In. teat. (;..trot 0. 0kb,, 1, !1. JjI S t '
.. 1
y fifnlshed Vvobtdroorn I el kN.a (b. '111,1. dmNa.ed, \
,$1.51
SINGLE,, |r day ftiartmtnt, with eomblnation Feb.,1- J e "O, Inc.f IL G Finar figures on the county EVN A NIED0AI'PF, Ice/.D. j, ''I'

week .MANCT niiiiiniiiniiJtiiiiiiiibiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiSERWCLS 33 34 3J 3l 38 II VSl<) drive which closed officially IN9rhK \I'': '
y It fining and IcIng room, SALES ILEC rah en Arod.N Mao. rlldioC I 1' ,
gas c >k stovl heat, hot and OR STOVES, OFFERED tat Thursday night show amU, FIVala i I

DOJ1liE VP per cold later, tftrtrlc refrlfera. APT, SIZE!VCOSLEY UW.58, CASH OR iniiiiuiiiiAiiiiiiiHiiiwiiiiiitiiiiiiiiii 71 d0 41 1Il I II $713, collected for this cause M e lnroera h a IMmonh Nn Admltlo Aiuti .4 010 CT.A. ; ',:I sl' ''I'I, ,

ll XfcRMS. l STORE, Mrs. Lloyd C. Travla If
liry '
tion, x. windows. See campaign '
S. ISMUM MHY P* RENT w\n
can '
i S24 WEST you a.. "i
CLEMApS, PALM
pa verb $ L. wf Crawfola. phone I-W, BEACH own miur own, n\v, modern S 114 'treasurer. reported yesterday. LEGAL AOVERTIPIFM Py ._ .t :,r ,I :

,, write Stual!.St. LuciC I Crescent, 111 April 17, M, 1,1 hom>f AND PAY rill IT with I 1'1'I'I quota CI was n:40.51): ) NOTICE INTENTION TO A IsER .

It -l your ent money, nns makes a5 I Ci1TNU9 NAM :i1 \
FOR SALE |allon hot-water? CFTS to you, %e Dehontodf from Stuart. $245.50 from Hobe NOTICE N1AF.Y; N ,t Ph. :I \:
,
YMMxlgwtl, ndrlIb ,vlnL, d
Illllllltllllli fllllllllllllllllll Sound $25 from the American
lOOM, WITl PRIVATE IIIIIIIII tank wlth k ene heater Dehon Blilgl Stuart, / S3 S4JJ Ch.nar YYr hlnrdo. Aril I Iof 4 j YI
FORjiiiiiiiliiiiiiimiiiiiiibiiiiiiiiiiiiiim S Good prh 4 East 5th StIt. Flu da. I II Legion! post in Jensen Beach Ylxar tb IT k dIhrCln
BAT! and $2 from Salerno, Mrs. Travis pit l ?4 h ,nA Nn M rt/n t\\
Aprllfll, 17, 24, May 1BlMSSIfcRS I Cwnlr. FIMId, use rvlax f Mrofd
t ;
pportpd. Angelo Tslmas was wbl/nbp l ? t unln tM. flr.IoM U. I
SINGLE|>er da .JJ5I FOR SUE18: -ft. Am boat 60 FOR SALE:(ifoeepled ,|2 00 Girdles, llealthts I"liiiiiiiiiiiMiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 1 drive cahlrmanAIXIIIARY Nm., enUIITPtW

IJ"fDtrmqoccvp 11201 h.p.Ehrls-Crart liitor. Real per yard,[dHive&d. Full measure C Individually\ de I __._ --- wM.h I.m."I T CP I nAI., .,, 'TRY I- .t Rori Ion.

CY bar&In. Toley'i |oal Yard, Contact WtE. Petlway, pwneu DJ apireunfsis. rTro Iag I l I iiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiim/mimiimi'iiiimiiiii l I TO MEET pl"rld. ,at .r" lRrnn4, r i It'v

,|3 per.N Sal ''no, Fla. Pettway$ Store, (omes. Mrs, T. C. Kn Ien; ALE HELP WANTEDiiminuimiimiiiHimiiiiii'miiiii I HOUSE FURNISHINGS The Woman's Auxiliary of the ANNUL E WILLIANn, '
"Istfteel
April 17, Z4. April 17, 2|. flione Stuart 3-W, tf I Marlin MIU+rL nrir
liiiiiitiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiinciiiiiii l : l rtiiiiii County Hospital will AM/1/ l/, 19, 1/16 'I 1 I I
11500 meet at the Nurses' Home Mon j
FOR ALE: Boat Still* with FOR SALE: l>i ttutu hp La uk 11 ALL CAR OWNERS Vatrh PROFI BLE WORK FOR LADIES: THE NEW HOWES for day night at 7::30 to discuss LEGAL ADVER 9DAENy I

SriStratton M r, 344 son air-eeoled enflnes, AlaiX next weeks paper foraSur announcement YOU a MEN IN JAPANAll you *will featureMODERN for plum
observance here for
National I
h.pi/1. W. Berry, SOS West 3rd Irritation flmer Motor L AmaiinJT Sunoco NOTIC OF 1NTNTION TO RCGISTLR ,
pump Expei a Paid and 190) perMonth GENERAL ELECT 0 KITCH
Gas Station Hospital Day May 12.Pt' P ICT ITIO Un HAMLNnTICP 1
I I tr I \ Fcdcr jflllghwayi '
st. Co.
|R COOLED ] tf ENS. THIS Is /urn for the

I i\ .. / I'CAtL Vou've tent Aes, financed MEET t NF.aFAY GIVNN IMI IM I ImdwolaM
FOR SALE Table toM Florence .,., hear of the fighting Is'Cavalry you pay. '
uMrl
: Tar
NEWSPAPERS pnvna'wx
pound d
OLD
> :
fLE or HOT w RI 41-W Dlvl, n-flret to reach through FHA/ nd GI loans (t.rl.r tU L.r I
at Ktuart Ne_ tf Range,Uke new Cal 64-W. tf STtljfir: IleadlBarters I New Smyrna Beach, April 24I' 1M eat Phrrlda Ann
,
makes like Rent. EnJoy f IY/1, wll
I for Service Manila first I ii Tokyo. Its men paymont riser for rnrX d 1 1Iha
q Sjpppy A spring meeting of the Flor ,
CaeWl l ri, and fn ,
, I OR. SALE: by erne 3-bed ofNany kind. IfCil Dlstinrul8 d Unit titatNecros- living I\m a Modern home; m MMlln I
wear
FOR/SALE: Fans, kltcheft win haulms of mAe I' Press Association first sea CeNle Ylorla umm ? II p, r ,
, dot. table oscillatinc, aitt at. roomy home,' fronting Indian fret ht and press. Stini Ions for actionKwajalein Lot It does C-E-N-T-S foryou. at this time of the year of IeN{ WYlintbn Nm., t Ihw ,l irr, the I

See tlif! fan. Martin County KlecCo. Riveay extending to Ind includU i melt\ Snapp /Service. Tele- and Le Thir rent receipt_ is yourdream since the start of World War II, MIwCLTA N, wan .m p., 1 ,

b .' Dehon Bldf, PlM neFOf ( Savanna Csapr\Eden, phoncV41-W. J tf.PAVROlnBO Today, they're In an, and caJT m
W. GRAFFE t U April if, 17, 24 if you are otherwise ualilledrou you call your own. Theo I leadership of President Lloyd IMI Rant Iptuwl, old LMemn ; I
fdrrae
a. .
.. Deho /& Son, Dehon Bldf. ,
ManagerOr { National system be of thenSports "
can one
FOR ALE' II ft Glider I ..me6r for> ktftiiinc April I/ 17, 24, May 1... _.. .*> ,I j Hcrrln, publisher of the Callahan ttl. Y0J :h IIEATIt ,
SALE: 1900, richly carvUxAiinr wage and ercUrt: inm< and Newi! The !meeting will ,tunrt, Fbn '
, set_table, six ehalrlLsQleboard ?r, nay be seen at adnn hour WIIhJ ding tax and social travel opportunities are hay IIIMIIII/IMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIMJIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I 1 l 1 1 1 I dud Saturday. con Arr :, p4, Mer Y, i LLEGM.

PHONE 1SJ server, cabinet on? swn apts 301 S Albl y securityireporU, when you developed In this division's! a. OST & FOUND I ADYCRIISLMF.NT 1 f
tor Phone SI. G. L. Ed| 1. have 10 employees. HllllA IIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIi-lllll'llllllllll I I I I I I I I I I r rF LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
r ally, custom made 130001lire fief f.more Luxurious hotels, theatres, IW __ : _
I JI ( phone number In letter. Stuart, Fla. fOR See us toAA Ask for these at ming pools, tennis clubs, f UNO: A Boat Bess Hardware /NOTICE' !; INTENTION TO RECIUtR P.... r hereby Wren, of latndbro N '

Tollman, Ilobe !Sound. tf SALE: 1942 Ford, t duD the Stuaif N office. tf courses and ball parks provide April 24 cnTlous NAME awl to uNlw IM LeaV.LtM r Itl; .f rill P'Indl Iha ,oNaon et Ilpo0 ,

"HI 'I AT RENT when you ran ENDS uxe Sedan Pretty 'clea ROUGH imr SlVviCE, LAUNDRY more choice of pastime than U KPUND; 14 foot boat. Owner ,I NOTI/'II. I IF-REilY' CIV .N bad 11undrrriru d a Thu rrl r .M. Owl ldbw.low, she ,wrue r ::1

your own, new., modernb .. .' ', I, enjoyed by the averageeiviliaat d. dot tho ..Idono" otI I A. A enxllN tlr, (11 t dl..
$ 0.00. Phone 1154 Pure (>l SlJtVICE-VYour laundry lajr have same by I IdentifyingE. i I eNnn, ,. oral t.... FrrIA, Are, alas Mnr11. eo.MV, 9d na
AND PAY FOR IT with learwater,' April 24The 8| than 4th Street and Raill careful washeU, all FlatWork home II, Hall, Bess Hardware f .IY41. will l l POI, I w h tho CMkri. bound. f whLl xbull xa nlA.l '
I. rent Thb makes e-day convention here oft .M /0"/ Coil,, (L, and hr r Hlh lh' fw{ ir.r .
money. ((20 t GntlnlG wxlx-r"
High overseas
d I pay per) e Lai
Track, Stuart Ill fieeti .
C. N-T-8 I pillflMf-slips, etc, relrpiY. YlnrMa" pnt .rd. Urx/rba cud ran1Y urAmbina .rt
-
to See Dehon grand chapter, Knightaoflac I naMhe
you domestic base
i Ironrilf and wearmf apparel above pay)( x. .pnbiLaHnn d II.". Iha Nan 'd Jnpnl/; nbxrwn t I
ay, Dehon Bldf, Stuart, and the grand temple SALE 14' row boat, just 1 dried Aor cellent medical and dental are, LOST. lack leather pocketbook ;II, :: .rant. IUFIY _., d aid e to Tory ''
home 1 irVnlnf. WIroil r' : ::
We ; 't
;
r rid*. Sisters will' conclude aimed .N. I IT'', r rb rx ,
Py%Ian |30 Seen at France \ food food and lodging d a betweqi B lone' barber shop ? N..n I. 'd Mur,
,
can two service .,, ob Mla
you di\i cnud I Ir .
fit +
al.tu FI
P I U, 17, 24, May L Loll ht pts. M V. Zorko, It, and Kill generous retirement pta make and lit*] Taxi, Please I returnto I urlVr ulxr Nan IN 1 bN/MM eidat/ tA.I ..Y.1M/ .,,r. arx''em.', I'
n
pick an deliver /
up ::; I le., Tull. ta. t' n 'I AMena and .
-- I office important nawx+:
this too ood te telephie as very '
you aandrr. Due thi\ economi opportunity l'ARL slid o .A. W IIerIW Yr IMCouma. C
N. NE N .
service for your \tmily. miss.Youn. toT wner Reward. I IrbNALn b, lnlwri ?ITALTPd Rrovllhet Culh d leu.sal+ Muale M, i''Id'I'

r R e ONLY lOe PE1\ LBC.IIED ( men who eaj meet prescribed .illlllllllllllllllllinMiiillllllllllllllllllliREAL I I I I I. I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 A ,. Y.r 1,FMrida 1, YMni trot r fur IA, .illMlrrtN r r

M W WHEN DRY 9fO- standards! afld vwho enlist ESTATE. FOR SALE I Iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifmiiiiiiiimmiiiii ,, l.cOrn CummMlnRry; raw

P 'S LAUNDRY, Phorp 7.IV I for 3 years, aj* entitled to I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT I. 5n0 1wM N, hrc 'lion, ,+altnn, 'I' ,l

: designate the Is/Cavalry Division No,, wm.lrurtbn h..hh. fin '1 mdn1.M IrMlon n n r ut roodpurMarx, IfI '
NEW HOMES offered to Vets for In hrrrhy fflvelt d ftttifnttMiTHE IIY
(Mechaaii/a I at time of | I" um'I Ilse, L.ahlxt M. N PaNda .Raab. .11 w. n, pm, nIxr.. h I
ELP W ANTECOUNTE PAY RENT for a PAPEIcelpt 60 days after anyine may buy I, ,I. neulnr mriw M IY47 t..... sunfhet Ihr, na NA Dm IIIW wAr. I
enlistment. Injpal training given eMh ,
nM d Ink
their NEW, MODEM! HOME .n ?f xl Ial n land r tM aurf 1"
when you can OWN before de mute from U. S. V A ,x u lull. s sAra aOAAD UP rUNTO MlNNIS INFIBn, I ,,

OUR MW MODERN HOME Get full d III at U. S. Army BUILT by HERB \OUNO. I', Ihnrlna, 11 Board d YMUn tl/l nlr J. Fhrldx N. YOMEaoY, '
PAY FOR IT LIKE REMT Yes, Gruav ( miufon.rx oMW{ Ch.
j your receipt.' This makes Reerultln atloi n 704-708 Com- ( ,mn1Y. R'h, h, a .Y rat suds/n boil1T, I I 1
this makes CENTSause nrnrlur, .1 .b II and. -.r ,
C-E-N-T-S for Theo. w thx ,
you
el'o
eau Bh ? West Palm Beach, you will have YOUR %)ME x".Ixiun n NId ,mN; RrmHl.Ih ADVERTISEMENT
Dehon It Son. Dehon Bldf, Fla. It Iulir, m n oe.alN d sue "'"
Alril 10, 17. 24, May 1. for the RECEIPT InsteA of I Nxlldn. tnlP' or I'M1rldinf tla aMl o f T CIRCUIT COURT bP B y
.a piece of paper, Don't w +on, firm r, uuntio..A.II .em N JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN 0 i I pej hMAnTIN.000NTY

DllYOU have trouble with or MA HELP WANTED: Bakers select your plans. See The Hence M.A/n tie /n. n.rq nn.oaN Nn.twrlberuL 1I ,d 1 CHANCERY NO FLOR, t,

lina not laying: The use Iper,> Whit Handy Pantry, Dehon and Son, Stuart, Fla I llu.d .4th,. ins hat obuna / L TO REMTITLLCLWI FRr 18';'
.
A.Ibline
,*, ,,11 vs Pan-a-mln. Stua Feed n4 St. and Akron It. April 10, 17, 24, May 1. torn mrom e foe rash tM NDfldl.IaqMUr RMII. rLna C2 IDA kNYLFR, 1 ': j l '

St e. tfTRUES ... .. .. Ill i'Ilia, Mrm, "N LV lY'.'w. VMLIINI f.4 g gEDWA

1,1.' of thi. 0r nlrcot.. all mm"I OnxHARDT. d nli I t
elastic A-tocklncs, of Ina. I, nnfl/rt thewwltk, r
C HELP'x kne pads, anklet etc. Stuart .n 'e.ku ne IMI ha aI RMN Oh, OTNE: TO APPEAR ,
M JIIy I, I ,. TRaT a MF.L f, 9 'P
DruftTorp. / U TTIC FANS P u ) MCsoir'f OYYIxRI0NEa9, Rohm I Moan, it a.t I, di.torml .
actin h r1Auw, aIN It ._
MDRPVY ft NrIJ. R. rYr.ROT. CInY. Rh. orln _
'If' yUNALDSON April II, Er, Y.r 1.'LE oh.,. u d name w unYnna oh,.. -l lNdn.
FL00 SAND 0 AND FINISHING .
b xu AnnMa Io. I., t
x \PD(/,'E 32-R, P. 0. ESTIMATE ON INSTALLATION AL ADVERTISEMENT DnNth, C. rot; .Il unhDdennnx .pouw, ,I, T, / '
d uJ
.L
BOX Got\ / tf. Submitted Without Obligation Netke I bents el..a rf Mt ntrnD nun M ma x+dt Nmal The II. F tnndrh rat eM h 'he; II I IRubbw
0p01. 0o 55 1.el.kdru of .0.1. C.. ,
3- 42 44 Inch Fans In Stock .t II. neM n.Io lo 104? -n oh.NN.or ?e a Ml-p.enrtr '
WET WASHjLLAUNDRY SERVICE DI ,. leeel +, tt11 t Onnd H,' %.r,7Ir, D., 'del lit
.l.l on .N, bbl
Irolt, V
-YeA\an Jry carefully Other Sizee Available eob.t.no. of r ,rh 1. a fall ., Ylehi. he 7 I 1
n\nd ) An Arl m.l e x ..l. ,I to dl.. J.InO7 .nd e.enllr an all p..11e. I I I In
washed c* returned to
rh.r tit n oe untr" d new.nee, w., rM1 r ankNwe '
'I yea daulp. forVhome' drying .r .n, rd,, a Tod I.I onon IntM h.en Inntr de.I.M,, r.nlww M '
WINDIPW VENTILATOS ho' Wrn.u, Liens' eredxor 'O '
WeVlll woten boll JuWt.e 0.Ian1 trwary 1. yyy,
and lr/lin(. pickup and thu In d i. MnrllnCounll .lMr nlahal rl.lmin intentO be,
and d/iTer, and we you two Adjustable tlo0d. rrlalnl thou tb.rbrlbn Ihrou.h, orb. r ear t the nbml e I '' I i
of .urh t .MIT M a mr n.mN Mran, ,w u ''le TTT ,
CAP day/ nice on thiXeeonoml- Mmuoer; reps .11 LN and Nno .., or dls Io .w i
u.Mril. 4
ER
IA cal /et wash. Rate \ pet Ib.Welfhed Let Us r\n Your New KilienDISPOSAL d ho, I. II, th.nwltht andp.0.101,0 iIiu loin t M tM pru x
,
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b /die 10 pounds. WETWASH or bF nI YIas10NL01. N.1Nr, /1 r l lTN

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Phone 287. \Of. Modernize ur Old' dchenU AMR 04, Mnr 1, I ftlwl bird the la u .shoe, ma .at, i in Y. .'Od

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Mechanical Service. 'St, d .Ilrb le u foUowuAn Oo tldl r rnwNhr IA
Service Station. Opposite I.- A t r provld. br Me lIpymn a. ..ntth. II 41 Igtrth,
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rt News. Phone Httl / it a dr/rl.1 UMnt .wmI n u, Mar, rn to IM MI t
C loonIY.ri'n' Count[. ed., u.1 food N., ., 1510 In .1 t..l, 0.
SHO 'M'S w ED: Golf equlpmaJI and !n wlba fY.riM earn 19, i.. xneh ale, 1'rr+ Ifl '
l rnt l, rb0rld., .q men.. Ma, pn rMerd,, .x plat .ra'
tar ure for club boo*. Con M..LN r.rtlw cn q, rrrlw, o r. r, r Y.nH L ar, tl.ry, '
tact rtln County /off and fns art R.aln. aJ ro+1a n.w. Ido, w a r.eoM.. h 4fYoe
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: |j People Want Legislators to End Mosquitoes i in Florid'



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to the need in each dlitrict.\ f has been figured at U \

PLIMINATION OF PESTS COULDMAKESUMMERVACATIONLAND SEASON MULLET' BILL FISHING RETURNED' CITIZENS PLAN COmment'on how\thls\ plan which would.rat: ** about

would work In Martin Countywill plus I mills for debt sera,
UST RECEIV Tallahassee, April '$4-W( ) be continued In next week an'estimated additional MIL
The bill to provide a uniform ON EDUCATIONIS New cause1 of the need for the
Statewide closed season for mullet Martin County's contributionto to further supplement the i ,
I fishing, bone of legislative the Foundation Program, Further comment on ,
II I : One Big CaI Florida is spending; hundreds of thousands of dollars contention for yean, has been EXPLAINED based on a $10,340000 valuation will appear In next vetki thiin
advertising: to bring tourists to the State and yet, put back on the house calendar.
I 1 P6 the pest mosquito and the sandfly, both'of which breed In The bill would make it Illegal

salt water marshes pear the great coastal tourist areas, do to catch, sell, transport 01" H. Rowell, mem-
of more damage than all the advertising does good /possess mullet between Dec. 1 1 Rep Martin
9" ber of the Education committeeof
The Legislature can correct this condition in Its 1947 and Jan 20. Twenty-nine coun- the House, explained the JVATERBURY and KELTON:(
//1" r cession ties now have closed seasons and ,
'I by passing a bill organizing a State-wide control workings of the "Foundation
?JI # Good Dry idewatcrI. program for pest mosquitoes to be financed partly by the 38 have none Program" being submitted to
Slate, partly by the counties or existing mosquito abate* the Legislature by the Citizens J. S.-TIME CORPQRATIOr
I J' ment districts whose functions would be absorbed, and FEA ENDORSES I Committee on Education, iy
I partly by federal funds for control programs adjacent to Four major points, he laid' ARM CLOCKS $4.45: ;

f I %, Red .the waterways which are under federal supervision. I are Involved: WA ERBURY *rid'K ON '
I; : press I'M Florida Frees Association, composed of some 200-< EDUCATION'PLAN 1_Teacher'I pay, Salaries will ,

", newspapers: reflecting the public opinion of all-Florida. be determined by each school WRIST WATCHES .95 up ;\
f& o. 2,and 3 rades suggested this move in its recommended legislative program board u to the teacher qualifications -
} to Governor Caldwell last fall and payment will be
Tampa, April 24 (FN8))-8teer- made ai recommended, by the atC
i 6.8.10 and 12. ht lie endorsed the idea.
: Ing clear of the legislative duel: ; I,
Citizens Committee ranging I
The of allState
majority legislators, polled on the
between Governor Caldwell and
,I 'J.J': subjects I. last July,' expressed hearty approval of the proposal the State Senate the Florida per from teacher$823 per teacher to $3,600 j I & E. W fker Jewelers

Education Association at the ,
i It would be one of the most popular-moves emanating closing session of Its annual Under the- present tet-up the
Lumber Co.
EasfCoast &
schools receive teacher
t $1,100
Sup y from Tallahassee in this session Folks hate"skeeters." convention here Saturday adopt. unit, regardless of qualifications per 347 Osceota Av Stuart, Fk
.\ They're 'agin 'em,' just like a preacher's 'agin am'* ed a resolution endorsing the I Some are paid more, tome paid
l'I1i SlV.rl, Florida Pho 22 Skeeters and nandflies get in the hair of Florida financial aspects of the CItizens less Then are teachers In Mar.
'j,;, resort owners. They ventilate our tourists all winter and Committee on Education a* the ;tin County drawing over $2000,
then work the home folks over all summer, They turn minimum necessary to providea and the difference has to be
\ --I many an otherwise livable section of river or ocean front satisfactory program for all taken from general school funds. '
t < : I in Gulf and Atlantic coasts into ,"No-man's-land while counties. Here Is the pay plan advocatedby POND TILE & LINQKUM

they swarm in complete possession They keep many parts The resolution stated any decrease the Citizens,Committee:
FOR THE would jeopardize the function-
""It: t 1 1It \ FlhST TIME; SINCE I And they-can be controlled It haa been proven by ing of essential school activities based on I year or more
the Army and Navy during the war. Modern DDT of graduate work beyond the
sprays
and adversely affect teachers'salaries. ING for TAURA HOMES AND
: BEFORE THE WARMALL I master $3,600
\ ditches through swamps, fill in certain low spots will eli- degree a year.
'!Ii, ,;','I 1 1I minate :mosquitoes Former mosquito and sandfly, "hell I The association beard;'without Rank t: those holding certificates INDUSTR ABUSHMEMSr
I \' .':,j i' holes' were made absolutely free pf the winged pests by 'acting on, a message from Governor based on a masters degree
I ;j. PIAN S I or one year approval graduate Ft Cle d r and Waxed
!. Army and Navy operations, and in a limited way special Caldwell proposing to restore -
,( / '. work beyond bachelorslevel
mill-mosquito districts are able to make some headwaybut the $3.200,000 cut he madeIn
\-\ / not enough. the citizens "minimum" pro- $3,000 per year. Stuart Phone 311
) T UNUSUAL VA ES Rank 3: thqse holding certificates -
I Ik Mosquitoes have wings. Scientists who used to say gram. based
I on Approved 4-
; they traveled than mile admit that In response to telegrams from .
rr} never more a now they year college degree or the equi-
J both House and Senate groups
For mor than five years thcuf nan been an acute may go as far as 75 miles from their birthplace. So it's urging to !Insist on a valent and their pay would be
shortage of V od small used p/nos. Many a child futile for little ,districts to stamp them out when a neigh- bill for school finances separate apart $2.500 a year
I : i was deprived <1 the heritage Df/nusic because of the bor county, f nnstance, doesn't do anything about It. You from educational reorganlzatlan Rank 4: those holding certificates -
lack of an instrumentBrubakers can kill all the skeeters in a given area right down to the plans, the YEA said In effect thatIt bated on I to S and nine-
r I. bleeders, but if your neighbor doesn't cooperate you'll geta wanted the minimum tenths yean of college trainingor
program
I I ;' Hkppily report a brighter picture, for new infestation in a few weeks ,' of the Citizens Committee enacted the equivalent, $1.500, 1. & J. ArmyNavy
!) they now have available a 11/it eel supply of Spincttcs The answer is a unified war on them in which State, and whether this was done Rank t: those holding certificates -
and Studio pianos 'eaJI expertly refinished and county districts, and federal government join to make all- In one bill or more was Immat based on 2 to-1 and nine-
? reconditioned Prig\ fur shed on inquiry, are surprisingly )Florida free of them Not only will that be a lot more erial. tenths year of college trainingor
fl moderate, Pto rf/wn now for your family to efficient, but it will also be much cheaperecurlng a few In other resolution, the FEA Rank the equivalent, $1,300.
.j '. forego the pleasure o\isf mo music. Irp-notch men to direct the battle, having equipment whichcan called for a continued programto based I: those on less holding than 1 certificates -
establish a $2400' minimum years
cover wide areas, and purchasing "ammunition"; such UPPLIEno
college training, $825.
TERMS ; salary for an teachers
DESIRED asked
} I' as DDT in mass quantities much cheaper than any small the State Education Departmentto ; These salaries would come .
,district can buy a hmitied amount. from the Foundation Program
prepare plans for teacher recruitment -
Let'a get action on this now on a level above locator plan asked Transportation Is Item two.
even district politics. The News..... and 200 more Florida to pass the emergency; appropriation Congress- Martin County Is allotted"10,M

keri newspapers. speak for the people of Florida from Pensa- for school lunch aid; urged transportation units based on
r b cola to Key West in calling on the 1947 session to give our expanded adult education and area, mileage, population and >t Ave. Fort/ ierce
i State a law which will end this annoying, destructive. recommended\ to Congress that children In attendance. The
nuisance. feathers retirement paymentsup Foundation Program would allot
$1100 per unit, or around $11,-
I
hog$!.too be exempted from
CARLT6tf '? Federal income taxCONSTITUTION, 00 annually deemed sufficientto SANFORIZED Sr LUNK
zpmW CIGARET TAX SOUGHT REAPPplNTEO: keep buses In operation but

-- ? not to pay bus drivers salaries, SHIRTS .... ...,... ........_...... .
Tallahassee, April 24 ((4V-) .Tallahassee, April S4 -, aa11 t- CHANGE which must come out of the
METHOD 13 VOTED MEN'SWORK ,
Florida cities would be permitted ant State Attorney. Thad H. general county school funds
/175 WEST PALM BEACH fi Datura St. to levy a clgaret tax of 4-cents Carlton has had hf reappolnt- Tallahassee, April 24P( ) Current Expense: \Is Item PANTS _...... ............. ..;._ 2.25
Th/Palm Beaches Most Make'Store
Complete a package which could be deducted ment to that office for another The House has adopted by a three. For all items of expensenot WOMEN'SCOVERALLS .
four confirmed the 67-19 vote a covered by teachers pay,
from receipt of the State years Senate Carlton was by notified the method proposal of amending change the transportation or new building, u........: _............. .... ,..... 1.50
State tax, under terms of bill
a such
as I Janitors pay, chalk and
of the action In Fort PierceIn State Constitution. MEN'S .
Introduced In the House by a telegram from Senator The proposal provides that supplies, board of Public In-

Quality Counts Representative R. B Gautier, Evans Crary Carlton took over amendments to the COnstitution itructlon expense, Superintendent COVERALLS ...... .r........ .......... 'r-' 2.25
Jr., of Dade County and E.: B. the office Aug;1. 1943, succeed could be voted on'at regular of Public Instruction expenses WATERPROOF
{ and Counts Plenty Elliott of Palm Beach County. ing Angus SumnerGaddard's and special sessions of the as to office and personnel
} \ Legislature, at regular or special the Foundation Program( LAUNDRY B; S .-._.... ....... ... .75
elections and could cover would supply $300 per teacher

than one subject more, unit or $11.ooo annually. BED PADS ... ...._..........._...__... .. .._ 1.50
I
b.fJ } The measure now goes to the New Building la Item four. REBUILTWORKSHC '
fy Resturant t Senate which must concur bya New building or any durable
J? three-fifth vote before It will purchases: from play ground S.-: 2.50
be submitted to the voters In equipment te a school house, or I -
the next general election the ,: new busses or I INSECT WPELLANT..... .... or .25
JRMERLY CLEMENTS'JUST A proposed Florida hospital any otberftem/' would have to

licensing and regulation act, designed be paid for from a special capital -
SOuVy OF FRAZIER C&EEK BRIDGE to make the State eli- fund alloted by the State at BLANKETS. RAINCOATS, HEAVY WC i iENCHES
ON U.S,1 gible for about $7000000 in the rate of $400 per teacher unit
Federal construction funds was or' approximately $24000 an- CAFETERIA CHAIRS, "
Introduced In the Legislature nually for Martin County. New ,
Opens SurHkyv/April, 27th construction would be limited to FOLDING CHAIRS

CRARY APPOINTEDTO $10,000 per classroom, and
MR. AND MRS BfllUAMIN GODDARD NINE COMMITTEES rooms would be cIIIII-1

Invite You To/tnja Our Opening -e _
Senator Evans Crary 'of the
12th Senatorial District\ which
TURKEY DINNER embraces St. LUcie, Martin and
Indian River Counties, has been "
named to nine l standing committees
SUNDAY NOON for the current session .
f in TOOLS, HARDWARE d] BUILDING SUPPLIES of the State Legislature. Absli act & 'Title Insurance Co. In<
PURE HOLESOME Crary is chairman
and unceUhat't the
step in Cleaning Up-Fixin/Up-Painting Up your home HOME.c oKED FOOD; ,on and Oil vice-chairman and Natural Resources of-

this Spring the Committee j
OPEN 7 A. M. TO 8 P. M. DAILY Constitutional on Banking and
Amendments. He 10
Victory Arcade
also,1 Is a member of the Commit I Stuart \'
tee* "on Citrus Fruit Financeand ,
t /MMYW Taxation, Judiciary "B",
a Wo have the tool / ardware, paint and cleaning Privilege and Election. Public ,I

w I equipment you'll ncjfc to make,a quick and thorough Rom where I sit... t y Joe Marsh traffic.Utilities and Transportation and AnnouncesTHAT

job of it, atBess ;,
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EXEMPTIONS SOUGHT ,
"As Homeliki CONTINUATIONpf ABSTRACTS
Tallahassee"April 24P;
ar- ware Co.ONT t Asa B to The ishment exempt Legislature for fishermen'vlplstlng ha been from asked state pun. CAIi BE COMPLETED jftjTHE PRESET TIME


+ PHON 8In Game, and Fresh Water Flab
;r Cy Hartman dully tot Ki! v kaagi rem the rofterst t MM. Commission rules on Lake Okee- .
bare printed, bit plenty'sf to shif bles spread heavy with chobee and the St. John River
kid kind In H. Wkmow samet nt El Cn/ Addis playA l
FORGBff OUR one got a tree day,or a little extra white the folk enjoyed] their FUNDS ASKED FOR BLIND '% t
" lime, they'd come *Top nt M Cy'e barn WM tin t mighty
COM-PLET Tampa April 24 .- A total\
out with mint and brook b able.leokist pUtt! I State appropriation ef $317,300

And Cy, to show his s prfti 1114 yr where I nit.Ill just about ,for' the 1941-49 biennium ha
ELECTRIC lion, held a big "tarn wi Ing" M cpprWlito to have a tenbouww.rmlnf been,requested of the state The/ rnpanyrwill be eddy
REFRIGERATION
I Saturday-for ail the k a vho'S warming a ,.,, Legislature by the Florida Coun. to c< w '

Ir helped him (but notJCrrlnc thous U only bus it's another thane ell for the,Blind tracts ,and'to issue ._
title hCS--
: HOUR SERVICE who eouldn't}, M/TJ artmaa supto get ,sigh u together {a a R U ;

--; JI1. plied sandal A, and Cy tolled t spirit of toed fj ip.. COMMISSION AID BOUGHT the near future., Announcement "
out > ntll rk at t at beer, l wfcie V t
:P4JONE3I Day 216, Night 44R.4WE Tallahassee,AprO 1 24"A'r'' ( ) r
'I It .. To.dX.TM think of e bore as The State Veteran Commission 'appear m The Stuart, New
b ik .* r
But wltk them luUru would get new' name and
CLOSE- WEDNESDAYS AT NOON ..tre $190000 a .year,,to' pentfMMbv an

I a, bill introduced In the
C jrnf 4)piy,Vnhtt SuuttrOrmi/. tZeMsture! Monday

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THE 8TCAKT NEWS, STUART. ,Mania County rUrliU, THUItII AL. APRIL 14.<< 1117 FAOC BKYCif
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WHAT FLORIDA NEEDS IS





w'' Statewide Program .To Control






Mosquitoes' 'and Sammies. PI!"t !





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".' .The Members of the Florida, Legislature :

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'I', > Florida's' biggest asset i is, the tourist busi eSs.,. ground., The breeding rfcas in the first county

',. ,:. .\ \?' The greatest obstacle to the full development of definitely contribute 'tojfne mosquito problem in the I

{(; ;L/ Florida .as a ear 'round tourist. and industrial state ';" second county whichJB 10 times better able to pay'. i

/t;4hy'y' Is the osquit \ nd sandfly nuisance.: for the control pro-am than the first county, yet s+ ,

'.:,','::f "t \ unwilling to do Jo because of the separate county

JM.,.,;+Jti/',"' ... \.' This letter is detected, to the members of the' ...i:.. set-up and the kfck of any practical basis of coordin- 4 '

:' ': ...r ,>()''t '. Florida, legislature by a local (Mosquito Control ation. Similar situations prevail all over Florida.It t '

:!t> Board which has spent',eigti years of earnest effort '
," ':) understand nd yes not make sense for adjoining counties "
to the mosquito sandfly? problem : ,
,' ;:,''t'i' and to study the various mewtods being used in ., with a ommn problem to have different solutions, o ; t

'.v,d:) ,,4, isolated areas to combat these Jstaiiber One pests. different, engineers, different programs of ,spraying, r

,' /J'I;':''""" This, Board has reached the conclusions' that:' oih/g or ditching and no cooperation in solving their '" It
,
'" ." ,t .,.>;' bleD} Whatever methods are used, the cost of '
:" .I'1';.? 1) Eradicating mosquitoes should be in proportion to
,
: .
:' : ,, "( ) Fighting: mosquitoes isolated altos, either
the number of eliminate which is j
mosquitoes to not
\;' t 11 t''.... by cities, counties or districts, constitutes iLwaste
\ ,":: .tJ,f' 'of the taxpayers' money, The only solution nte in necessarily in proportion' to population. I I NMI

the establishment of mosquito control
; a program '
Under these circumstances' the only solution lies' i'
the State ,of Florida to be supported fro
., in part '
in the establishment of- a mosquito control program ,
',". the State' treasury, in part, from counties or special 1 ** rl
for the .State We / '
y k' ; of Florida at, large. believe that r i t +;
taxing districts where control programs are 6arrieout /. .;the. establishment. t.of 'a mosquito control program b"ylegislative' ? .,
in ,from the Federal-o ;
,'a.nd part overnment'whjre ,
,, ? fict in the 1947 legislature, is one of the f fJ
rgovernment-controlled'' waterways contrivingfactor .(iai I
are a t
important projects which you can undertake.
,in the ,mosquito nuisance. Wel jnly believe in the value of advertising Florida, y"", ;

but werare convinced that 'until the pest, mosquito ; I
((2)) The Martin County Anti-Mosqu ,Control becomes Stoiemory, his sting is destroying millions of ,I I If
District has, ample funds to fight moscumoes our
fa \ '
i dollars wonWof good will and destroying it faster }
own locality,.but mosquitoes do not recognize county h;
P4 than we can toiild it up. The elimination of the ks f i
lines and spending thousands of dollars] on a particular '
mosquito is not,att i insurmountable problem. It was !d
l 'swamp area by one county ofn serves to benefit "
:it done in the PananmCanal Zone half a century ago. .' >1
only the adjoining county., \,
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: > r It has been done sue ssfully in many other places. ;

I Florida can abolish th mosquito permanently.as a I Y 4'4't '
,l kinds
((3)) There ,are too ma Ty different of ,
r ; menace to health and hlmjincss. It is a problem ;\ : 'I
mosquito control} progra There are, too many ,
,
'w
1 1. w,& ; that must be studied and s ved by: the legislators
"' $ 1\;\:'" engineers, entomologistsy&nd office, holders .trymg '".''''Ipf .,the. State of l Florida< anuVwe appeal to( them {
( } ',,' to 'carry out> .,these pro ams. At present there are ,. .Earnestly. to give it major co 'idel'ation in their AI+' '';1

:I x at feast 30, differenfcr organized anti-mosquito districts '':{'i sludy' of Florida's. needs'' ,. ", "', r'n a
in Florida' employing 30 different engineers .. ::1' .

t or supervisors, trying to carry ,out 30 !different kinds The Honorable Marvin H. Rowe member of- i,.

;f of programs, revolting in! endless confusion and ,unforgivable the Legislature fromMartin\ County las servednotice" E1*
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} waare of the taxpayers' money,. too much of a plan to abolish the Martin Cobity AntiMosquito ,,' : ahe '
District and to turn its functIo and its .
k eradication. .
r little
overhead anjjftoo .'
.
fi .", funds, whichhave, been conserved for the ta\ayers i4a'
+k Ife ;
I 'Jfost the by the present Board over to the County ConVms-! -
((4)) of mosquito eradication, programs'' \ ,
,. : sinners of Martin County :who are entirely -
in Xiarge of politicians who ,are, long on enthusiasm
are '
} familiar with the mosquito problem or its solutio! e
but who have given no study whatever to '.',1If
I' this is what the taxpayers of Martin County "
I, a'nroquito 'control program: .and do ,not know 'any, ';want\ t, then we, raise no protest. However, we feel r ';

: : ""I\t\ :.. ;, ,:th'/i, ,about the nuisance on which they are spend- ".,that t'the real issue at'stake is much,bigger than Martin ; 'l lT lu

:' "'Irt) :: < ., g.the taxpayers'''money .'" County or any,of its 'OffIcIals or any of:its publicbodies. }t ,

:: } ;,;i'rt.; ii. .. We, think the way. to fight, mosquitoes is on r s
'
t '"i. :" : .. t ";O- Many of. the local or county programs have .a statewide' basis and anything. short of, that is an

,j \ .: 'broken down, because vof 'the lack of cooperation! extravagance which the !taxpayers of.,Florida ,cannot

t between'the various, agencies empowered to fight, affords What happens, to our little District or to. ll

' I, .,r .1, ,J '.' f the..mosquito.., Itexample is. not merely ,a lack ofcounties money. ;Martin County is. {not of much consequence.. What, i
.\ the Legislature accomplishes, for the of Florida
; \ good
,
> Takfe' the of two. adjoining! on the '
; towards h
; .l\ ,stamping out: ihe mosquito and sandly't.
r
t. '''''.t ,f Past t Coast! One, has a population of' 6000, and? 11 nuisance is of tremendous importance, .:

L' ::. ;f'r ,\ probably'20,060 acres of mosquito breeding grounds? ,. I\, ', ?ra, .,. '; ,: J ,,, '
;
: :Py'-m, i .: r"" :,The' adjoiningcounty( : has eight} '|pf' ten times; .as. ;jiWe appeal. wlthe)Legislators? to'do' something; ''

; t.. ,: ,..t.f "" ::'much population and, the, same ,area of ,breeding. J'v about1'the' moMuito, besides. talk, and, to .dog;tt',now.': I .

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MARTIN: COUNTY' ANTI-MOSQUITO: DISTRICT

t,. 'Valentine l C""Bartlett,;Chairman' *' J xEdwin: At Menninger, 'Secretary,
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i'j' ice LIGHT THE STUART NEWS, STUART Martin County, Florid' THUKSDAt, APRIL *4, 141i I -
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'. I !. MARY HARTMANSociety Editor
r .; Stems W this ....' meat reach the

f M I f i{ SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK 'IN STUART Vw'Home Telephone attic- before.w.. Wednesday Office Phone Dew.1I


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1 [ 'f. Mm Stanley Kttohlng accom-; week and while there
I : J ( \ I' guest of Mrs. and Mrs O C Mr MAKING EXODUS TO HOMES "JOE', I iMO
'waterWays \ HaffeyEXCLUSIVE : ; IN NORTHERN STATES '.

I : f --- :_-------- ...... -- After month of surf and sun Y
bathing on the ocean beaches of

:! Jupiter bland, along .with leisurely -

I ': f1:,! AGENT Course hours and sport on the fishing Island In Golf the ; I BING r

1J'if Ii' Sound and Gulf Stream winter JOBBING CONTRACTING
.'\ ., FORCENTURY vacationer at Kobe Sound are PRO EFFiC SERVICE
turning their estates to Eta"'A
p" I I over y is + WORK GUA ED
!' j caretakers for the summer and '
OATS i making exodus to their Northern Phone 308
; homes
'" | The Christ Memorial Chapel

I i At of the, Episcopal Church. has
1 closed Its doors for the summer
I 'season, or until the official win- yf ighest Cash For Your Car

: : :;!: RICHARD N CRUISERS :ter season begins with the Christ "

.i mas Eve midnight servIce., The :ON'T TAKE FIVE MINI
Kt Rev, R. E. Grlbbln, who conducted

I i STUAtfT[ MARINE SERVICE ""services during his Flor- We can pay Tia e O. P. A limit fejtfour cat whic
ida vacation. has returned to '
[ at much HI can get J here and
1 ,
[ duty as bishop of Western North
:: :: I I Phone Stuart ox 96 Carolina and the Rev William STAY N LAW

." 1 '. Way, DD.. who filled the pulpit /
-( -- -I the last month has returned to ... ...............-...-. .,"' SUNRISE R CO.

\ his home In Charleston, are InKing home I In Whittier, Calif
Dist
Mrs. William S Barstow left 1------ 3 South
In the
Sunday for New York after a Pierce F hoes J90
: I Tort ,
f. i ISHING- few weeks at her estate, Coral
I crest. I MR. AND MRS. THEISS' 1111111111011

il. Mrs Murray 8. Dan forth link ENTERTAIN: SURGEONS Hotel l Survey Shows -, -

closed her oceanfront estate:
'1 ) to "H.
N\q return \to Providence R, I., for Mr. and Mrs. John Thelss 'I
\ Tile and
-Aspli 'e
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''I\: >\, .. the summer/ and Mr and Mrs. have entertained tor two weeks Banner Tourist Year a oom -
I Herbert T. Dyett have I left their Dr George S. Gardner and Dr. '
!{kr j WL-lll\r HR) A COOD FLArE TO David Harklns Sprlnk Lake, N. Also Su of Belgian Tile in va a colors-
pceantxach home for Rome, N.
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I :' Iii,;,:' :'I-' EA'1Tt? iVll )HOI() [) IS THE 'ANWEl:::; Y.the. where Rome Cable Mr. Dyett Corporation.Is head.of J.brothel r surgeons, George, and O.Mrs Lamparter Thelss, As the stream of north-bound R-was-conceded that weather INS and 3/16 TIONS Commer a ALES

"\\f! ."k [ TO Y 01'\\VISII: Mr. and Mrs Fred H Gordon and wife and son, John of Mctu- autos bearing out-of-state conditions all over the State Tile Baths inbo a Porches of

.j +' .-' I, :ell AprU 15 for Brorkport, N Y. -lien N. J. license tag grows' larger by the were not as pleasant as usual Qu it* ti
f.I',,}9 il :,'P OCR /A to reopen their summer estate: The day were filled with day on U S. 1, the consensusof this past winter, and particularly FORT PIERCE T & STRUCTION CO.a .
I Stuart hotel and
I White Hall, callllnhlng ]In the Oulf Stream owners .was this evident to the travel
I 71 ;q I The John C. Haddocks recently aboard Dr. Gardners cruiser, managers Indicates this area HOwL
,! ;1 ,r CAFE RIA STYL had Its best peace-time tourist ei who came here expressly E
returned\ Wllkes-Burre. Pa, Ruth 0., with Capt. WalterHunter
season this avoid such But
temperature
j after a holiday on Beach Road at the helm The doctors year P, O. 1181 Phone 717 11g N..18th art Plerre1 -
The hotel authorities stated
\ 'a VICE and the Worthington Stranlons returned by plane to their professional this condition prevailed everywhere '
1 t that the past several war-time
In Florida and the hotelmen 1
plan to leave next week for duties and Capt, Hunter -i-r
C11'FS YOU TiirLonoRTuyiY TO Scranton, Pa" where Mrs. Scranton left this week with the cruiserwhich years cannot be held as baro- didn't feel It made any appreciable -
meters of the tourist traffic, dent ,In their bust
I
Is well-known for her yearsof has been docked at the
; lE1': : WJrNT since the city's hostelries wee *'
1 JUST WHA' YOU THE
i activities lonal Theism St. Lucie nesses.
} as na Republlcan pier, Crescent filled with servicemen and their drawback Your idle'money
Another mentionedwere
Il", "I WAY YOU LIKE 1OLiy I FOOD IS Mi committeeman.and Mrs. Henry C, Dubois during\ the season. families during those seasons, a I the roads here and elsewhere I

TASTY AND WELL I% RED I who have spent the entire season Condition which was not per I Prominent In this angle
I ANDTHATS s Mrs Larry Vollrath was calledto manent and now doe not exist.
wa the suggestion that the en- I
at Folle )Dee, their Beach
Redbank, N. J Can
Thursday by The survey revealed that the '
i
tranceway to the city at the earn
WHAT YO/ WILL
SAY Road estate. left last week for
the
critical Illness of her slater Northern visitor are lured hereprincipally I junction of the old and new Dixie [
,, /'' \ OMLOUE TAF E T, their New Jersey home for the area's top Highways Immediately south of 'i
\ rOlF.8ROOK CA ttf NOTES Nelson' Root of Detroit who fishing qualities, but It was felt the Roosevelt Bridge be made
) i Mr. and Mrs U. Bridges of has spent) the winter with her much more trade could be had : tlder and more Inviting and .2%
\ Albany, N. Y., motored to Key con-In-law and daughter!! Mr. were there more activities present more indicative that here Is the .
I ,).,.l'I. West for a Visit before returning and Mrs Charles Rue, In Casa to occupy the visitors' time "doorway to Stuart"' In addl.
I home for the summer.Mr ;. Terrace, left Sunday for his and If certain conditions could Lion, to fixing this "doorway" I It Per Annum I'' [
and Mrs. Harry Clarkson home be Improved upon I was urged that the entire strip
CAFETERIA ...... The rejuvenation of the Martin 11
left last week tor their home In of the old Dixie all the way to onInsured

THE C/OL SPOT TO DINE Hempstead, N. y.. after three Mr. and Mrs, Lee, DeLoach and Club County Golf and Country I the East 4th St. railway crossing Saving
by a group of Invested
be widened and
resurfaced
months here. four children and Mrs. Dehoach'sbrother
rAlr-Conditioned Mr. and Mrs. William J. Rennle Fred Strickland of Fort Stuart businessmen was lauded It was felt that the city's streets Accounts ,
widely as a step In the right& til-
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have returned to their home In Meyers, took a week end trip to i 1 la general are In presentable
SavrW-s /
andcommended lectlon, since It Is generally felt The Federal and Loan nsurance' Corpora ,
,
shape but the too
frequent U. 8
Hillsdale, Mich, after four Jesup Oa Where. they ,visited! '
by residents here indwiduV
that a' lion Husliind
many 1 detours" I Insures accounted 5,000
north of here
R by Duncan lime months of dally fishing In' local relatives of both families.Mr traveler has lost Interest here were
waters. This is their ninth winter because the lacked cored as -drinving traffic and wife may have to of f IfttuOO, fully insimd
city golfing away from the State lower First Federal are legal investment
visit to Col brook's and they and Mrs. James A: of faclli ieS. savInggVicouj/ii
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look forward\ their return next I Opa Locka Were the week end this State which cater to the[ East Also Coast.noted .the for Trust Funds, as welrn Ijtfnda held by Guardian,

fall her parents, Mr and i \tourist traffic lack: such a course excessive noise were of frequently Administrators and Exec rs.' 11
[ tsL"otc whistles and
prot and Mrs George Wack Mrs Moore on Stypman and revival of the 8-hol. course bells the
BUSINESS FACTS .of Oberlln Ohio, gave a farewell: Blvd. I at Port Sewall Is felt to be an Railroad on here Florida due to the East lack Coast of Call rite.
dinner at \the Lighthouse Friday Important action
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I crossing and
gates the lack of
night entertaining Mr. and Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Leon Continual Improvements at ,
I a uniform building code In
INSTANTLY ON CALLIN W, J. Rennie and Mr and Mrs I ard who have spent the winter Witham Field also were cited asi day building.In the city which early al- FIRSTFEDERALSavings
O. 8. Wilkinson They left Sunday with his sister, Mrs Tracy Mar- < persuasive Item to the vaca- )lows
: unsightly structures to be
t Art Metal FILES'I with the Rennies to visit In i tyn, on Flamingo Drive,Gt Lu le tionist But there were a number aligned with the city best
Orlando on their way home i Estates, left Thursday night for[ of things here the hotel men Nevertheless the survey found and Loan Association
LaGrange, HI. to spend several' poke of that are Conducive
illiNOiS GiiOlP proprietors of all overnight CounlRO
VACATIONS HERE I. days before going on to LaJolla: to the vacation trade, placer for our Northern guests Indian River '
I Call!., for the summer, From Top-ranking among these Is In an optimistic mood BEACH, FLORlf
Dr and Mrs, Vorls who toward
Henry '
f S You art sure of long I are spending I a spring vacationat there they will go to Honolulu to other the lack than of the Interesting activity ,uext year when It U believed 1512-20th & set < \ Dial 211v
1 .t service and efficient their visit their daughter, Mrs Char C motion picture t the nation economic conditions
operation ( new home at Jensen theater. It
: was suggested
thata
I line Leonard ; will be more ablllzed R Sedgwick, Secretary.TrearerMemlr
Beach, have been the than they
when drawing, nightly schedule
: i buy an Art of activity at
::1 you
I card of a group Of Illinois people 1 the Civic Center, a big asset to are today They made evident Federal )I6me Loan Bank anrnTc !Metal I Director File. Art Mrs. Clara Rushing has moved their belief this
city future
from their hometown, East St the
community would be desirable Savings and Loan Insurance Cor
I from her home, 415 North Denver -; will be even more
prosperous 1 In
Louis.
I 4' Metal Files! have improved I Mrs. AI Sparring and Bill Gee Ave., to the home of ,her i In various, Programs fields could that be would lined up the hands of its forward.-lookIng Cyfrent dividend rate, '* *" \
ap
mother, Mrs. Fred'O. Kummer '
Arro ball hearing roller serlck of St. Louis Hew down and peal to all tastes and would attract residents._-.L
402 North Detroit Ave --
progressive cradle type back last week to attend the many volunteers, -,
I I
40th wedding Another
anniversary of the drawback which however -
"nHion. Friction resistance i Thomas Mr. and Mr*, John H Thelss Is
iiHj Kays who had come receiving official con
ill almost entirely earlier with HarrY. Llbersteln, left Thursday, returning, Sunday,! sideration now Is a direct road MOVEDW.
: on a motor tour to the west
to the i'1
known for 40 yearslij "The BusyJeweler" ocean beach. It was stated
eliminated The Art Metal ot East St. Louis. All coast during which they visited that too often the visitor, upon I
1
( friction dutch side lock rave been guestsat the St Captlva and Sanlbel Islands 1 finding he ha to drive 8-10 miles '
I, Lucle Hotel and have been so Sarasota, Long Beach and other I by way of Jensen Beach to get B. TILTON'
[ compressor ill an exclusive charmed! with their first trip to point of Interest.e to the ocean, gets discouraged In .

i f feature. It release instantly Stuart and Its fishing and other ;: e -:- I Stuart' and would prefer to stop ,
and M.T T DeLoach and
recreational facilities that where the ocean beach Is REA .
they
ESTATE
; ill silent in opera plan to spend all of April here. two daughters of Roanoke, Ala.,i Closer However, as was stated, and. INVESTME
ire spending a few day at the a proposal for a to the
tion and Mill hold 1 1 contents next year, causeway
St. Lucie Hotel while Mr De-: beach starting out
Dr. and Mrs Voris entertained ; on 8. Lode
'i [ /firinlv' Let liS tell you more at a dinner party Monday Loach doe the architectural 1 '. Blvd. Is under consideration and From
work for the new store room of may become a reality In a-few
t about our complete line of night for the Kays, Mr. Liber- i
Mac's Dime Store I
J N Cling devices for all standard records. stein doctors and brother Col Alvin C. Voris, the,I. "....years..-. --roo- KR GER, BUILDING STU ITo

'
r i Mr, and Mrs. Bertrand Talor
have returned for the late seasonat PROTECTYOUR
i4rt fA. al their home on Jupiter Island .

after spending the season at

STUART DAILY NEWS, INC. Palm Beach where Mr. Taylor CLOTHES! JEN N BE H
served as president of th* SemInole -

) Office Outfitter Oolf Club. I ve Your Winter Clothing! ,- Blankets Et CORNER COMMER'CIA
Printers & Stationer
STand
DIXIE HI-WAY .,,
,Stuart, Florida Phone 300 Mrs. Clarence A. Hall and Mri .t' .....
sales agents for Ted Chambers and daughter, BEAC P PERTIES

Ann, spent Wednesday in Vero Dry Cleaned ?'he.. Properties
STEEL Beach the guests of Mr Chambers -
rt Mewl I parents Mr. and Mrs. L. L.' and eitherothProof Ara" RealInvestments RIVE ONT PROPERTIES
OFFICE EOUIPMENT Holbach. and of 'the J, C, Mo '

[Cllntocks /,- AC GESeen"To .

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Put In of roof Bags B. +10 ES -, '

.Appreciated

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IRK STUART NEWS STUART Martin County, Florid, TIH'RSDAL, APRIL 24, 1947 PAOE N1NB p !1

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ICIAL NEWS' and Happenings of the t WEEK. IN STUA RT'MR5.MARYHARTMANSocietEditol'News Itemi' office(or thli before piper noon must on Wednesday reach the newspaper r' ,'+,ti ,!.'


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FARMS CLTJBaMtfunt MRS. R. H. KRAMER I ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDMr. I I less honorary positions and serve ,! pounds capacity,"* said Wilson, )f\; I
SHOWER LEAVES FOR HOMt 7 School Club Members in Mrs. Mc- "Others sold 111.50
I High and Mrs. W. H. Koonce of DOWN the'STREET advisory capacities. today.: at : ,
Tropical' Farms Home Mr*. Robert Hr; Kramer a Kinsman, Ohiohave announcedthe Collum Is director on the State crate Market Manager M. )' } '
? met last partner In the Stuart Hotel left Welfare Council for the Gainesville Williams reported prospects at t' '
tlon Club engagement of their daughter I
loMtr) I Make Tour of Miami Sights district and was returning the week end were excellent
day night at the home of yesterday for Newport,Pa., where Charlotte, to Frank Wall Of from the State conference of with the 'older vines blooming jL I"" I ;j 1.'

president ,, ).Ira. Hubert H. she will spend several days before this city.in the The near marriage future Is and scheduled the- welfare workers In Miami when heavily and showing.a.,good set't I '. "r},

nenfc for a covered dish sup- going on to her home In Seven members of the Inter and its student cooking department couple will spend a week visiting she stopped in Stuart for a brief ting of fruit, while. younger fields /I S 1''
inwrprtoe stork showefMn New Haven, Conn. national Relations Club on Mar ,-which prepares) cooks and friends In Jacksonville. They By MARY HARTMAN i visit .. are In god condition and should a I f';I
! Sheldon Baker and Mr*. Mrs. Kramer came here Oct. tin County High School, accompanied serves all food sold In the cafe- plan to make their home In Stu- MEETING INTERESTING be ready for harvesting early In ri\ '
Sheridan. Ito enter Into a partnership In by theirsponsor., Harry I teria. Its malntalnanct shop, art. PEOPLE!: I Ie the biggest dividendof ACTIVITIES INCREASEIN May. ," '1''( I Y
L me/ business session the hotel business with Mr. and Webb, and two chaperonea, Miss with all the up-to-date machin- being a news reporter. Mr*. STATE MARKETS i'l "'1.1
a wen played and flrat Mrs C. D. McQuade. She Is un Manion of the home economics ery for repairing electrical equipment Ethel T, Porter' invited me to a of the South and West have gone. ft 1 II i(;' ; '
to each of the hon- In- years ago, have left for Freehold, 10 o'clock breakfast on her beau Jacksonville, April 24 Increased Of the \ j! t
a tent decided on whether she will return department, and Mrs. H. 'and machinery, were trees planted by George rIi rte
, (other) present were Mr here. Oreen, toured Miami recently 1'1 spected. The class was Impressed N. Y., after the season here, tiful sunporch, overlooking the activities on Florida Washington aMount Vernon i t !! '
Mrs. Hobson Red- I St. Lucie river, to spend an hour State Markets, with substantial k
cit Baker, an educational trip as a by the fact that although all 45 are still standing.
tevteU and Miss Dr. and Mrs B. W. Ward and with Carrie (Mrs J, W.) McCol- offerings of tomatoes cucumbers g "i' I
, MI* Joe MRS, KIDD ENTERTAINS project. Their original plan, to j of the pupil seemed to be tak- I I
beans and other lif ; ,
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the casually and not of North Stuart have' lum of Gainesville.\ She is the produce 1 ; tf
tlnscoe. Mn. Archie Kldd entertained see Pan-American exhibitions ing things : family returned '
... were reported here today by William Palm trees pace grew In Green: '
second woman In Florida to be \. "I ; ,
{ecentl7 at a bridge luncheon at the Orange' Bowl, were treating their subject and projects from a motor trip to Bar- : : i "
TI AGENT VISITS qt her home on the St. Lucie thwarted when city officials' as work, the result of their tow and other, west coast pointsof 'decorated by the Pope, having L. Wilson, director,centers ot the land ",F: I! !
21 State-owned sale -
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ill Mary I E.!: Keown, State River. Prizes went to Mrs. Paul canceled the performance because -! labor and skill was evident In Interest.Mr. received the Proclasia Medal f t ,
(demonstration agent, visitM Hoenshel Mn. D. S. Hudson of rain. The class ipllti the finished product. _.e :which was presented by the Vicar which serve Florida v,
Martin' County Home Mrs. H. H. Hlpson and Miss Ida Into two group, one of which' The next day, after an extensive and Mrs. John W. Halte-, General at the State meeting of of livestock fruits,and vegetables other commodities.poultry, m : ,I'f.I'/ :
ionitr Uon Office Monday, AlbrachtJ ,;,, made a tour throuh the large, shopping trip, the class pro- man have ended their eighth the SC Augustine Diocesan Coun ; I
oprewed great satisfaction new Miami fashion mart and ceeded to Bayfront Park to visit winter season In Stuart and returned .'The medal was Inaugurated Heavy rains damaged produc. 'rr whew ., inre.F 1e eta w of d,. fJ\fJ:1 I Ij
i !the extension program in 'Mr.and Mrs. W. 3. Cole friendsof through large stores. the South American shops In the to their home in DIvId- : in the time of Leo XIII and Is Won in some areas, but reportsat ,' : j r J
'Mr. and Mr. .Cromer 'I 'given to Catholic recommended the Week end revealed mostmarket.a vine Mekle, rrkNAl NI WellNl i &[ 1 tCARH .
appreciation any
Halley
and an Enter
aunty The other group was conduct Pan-American Market. ing Creek. J, They resided at wdr. ,n nnMny ryra.ht, !
the cooperation shown by are visiting I In Stuart, juests at ed through the technical and tainment was provided by: a 148 Cleveland Ave. this winter. I by the Bishop for outstanding were moving Into heavy- r ; ;
1 people. the St. Lucie Hotel. vocational school there. They I Cuban band, with several variety e work for the church. volume ranging shipments from fair, to with excellent.prices //t s,+aauni ewtha .adr t i ic ''J ". j jII

were shown the work that the' acts. Refreshments of South Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Bishopof I ALTHOUGH MRS. McCOL- "One lot of tomatoes sold on' D I j f.ii"i it t! I 4 4J
students were doing In various American delicacies and Ameri- 408 South Albany Ave. have LUMB/ activities and long list q Corp, : I
MRS LESLIE W HALBE I the Fort Pierce State Farmera'iMarket J 1
occupations: millinery, pottery, can cotton candy were served. gone to Norwood, Ohio, their ,' of honors-date back to early the- week for' one 11 NiTkl Phone IlitXAU. j (
SOPRANO .radio, electronics and drafting. I Before leaving Miami, the class Northern home, after the season days of the State Federation of $14.10 a during field crate of 50 to 55 SI(71DICKf e t" ,.l o' i: ,,1 I SI SIIIII ,
T 'The class was surprised to find drove out to the famed "Miracle here. Mr. Bishop is a brother of Women's Clubs,.which she served 111M ) jj' ,
STUDIO 'HONE 442Je the school Is practically selfsufficient Mile" in Coral Gables, and saw Neal Bishop of Stuart. a* president national recognitonCame /
020 11 Irk7tJUr1,, ,,, y' Fla.' having its own fully-! the University of MiamI. -e __ with the presidency ot the
equipped newspaper office which Members of, the class makingthe :, C. T Ashley and family, and National Council of Catholic Wo-
prints all posters, programs,! trip were Barbara Stewart, brother, Earle Ashley, who have men. A more reecnt honor was //IIII Jill III
publicity Item and the school Winkle Saunders, Lurllne Green,? spent the winter on St. Lucle appointment ,as national chair TODAY O
paper; standard photography I Dick Roberts, Lucille Maxwell Blvd., have returned to their man of the new committee of
department,.with its labyrinth of' Jeanette Rue and Marjorie home In Nlcholasvllle, Ky.. where Catholic women to cooperatewith \ITNOIHIT74Q/
passageways to the dark rooms Tucker Mr. Ashley Is In the- hardware, the European Relief Com- Ft i ; I
VENEJBTNfNDS seed and feed buslnes.1. They mittee of the National catholic ; ,
went by Clearwater for a tight- Welfare Conference, She reported ,NAf A OD 6tE t ; A,

Formal Ball Inaugurates Spring seeing trip of the western partof that a ship, loaded with relief ,
Florida on the return trip. contributions of the committee, caGT s r. 'I 'A
-e- leaves New York City every 36 '

Social Program of Country 'Club Mrs. Grace G. MennInger and hours for Europe. a CMls1 I } ? America' or.mes! i'' i!
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her sister Mrs. Bess Cowdry, MRS. PORTER AND MRS. Me- carton leuth probes p ,
H JRNI5HINGS I continued until the morn- will leave next Thursday for COLLUM are women who find the .I t.r ..eret of I 1 1 Q QI
A formal ball at the Sunrise ment I f I ''Drippheg
Inn at Port Bewail Inauguratedthe Ing houn. High praise and commendation Mrs. Mennlnger'l home in To- pure Joy In serving and, though ( I.r I..
spring social activities of for the outstandingsuccess peka, Kan. Mrs. Menninger has they lost sleep over, knotty: problem ;a

I the new Martin County Oolf and of the event went to the been visiting her mother, Mrs. of public welfare for many P, I
of Mr. and H. N. Gaines, on the Indian town years, their reminiscences are
Club. .of committee composed
Country Eighty: couples
M Ian Furniture 'Co.
I Road for the past two months. of the Incidents.
Dr and Mr*. mostly amusing
local socialites and a few winter Mrs. L. A Arbogast, .
and Mr and. Mrs.I Mrs. Cowdry has obtained a Carrie, being a personal friendof TRACYI
10 OBrfNCE AVE FORT PIERCE PHONE 699 visitors who are remaining for H. H. Hlpson
leave of absence from her West
Jr. Marjery Kinnan Rawlins,
the late season danced to the William Matheson
strains of the Palm Beachers, 10- Weekly social events to continue Palm Beach work. agreed to serve as a character h ; it itJ"jJEBALL"
piece orchestra from Palm BeachIn through the spring and I e witness In the famous trial, sup I I I I
Mr. and Mrs. Henry J.'Sea- It would be to Vs.
the spacious lobby of the resort summer months will include I posing a good way
hotel. luncheon golf and bridge for groatt who have spent the winter get a ringside seat The result
MY MOTHER At midnight a buffet supper the women each Wednesday at I at the Edgewater ApartmenU, was that she was locked up with'' I
left Tuesday for their home in nil the living characters of the '
with special
was served by the hotel staff In the Country Club
A PRECIOUS GIFT OF the dining room and the merrl- evening events in the offing. Berlin, N. Y. They are building book; "Cross Creek", and she
a new home here and plan to said, "If you ever heard of a book y
DELTAH PEA! return next winter. coming to life before your very
WOMAN'S SOCIETY p. m. with the Rev, Richard eyes, I certainly experienced It FRIDAY, and SATURD Y, IL 25 and 26 \ f
FQR MOTHER TO LEAD SERVICE fat. and Dry Charles A. Car. MEETING CALLED' that day."It may: not be for pub- :

*N IDEA %HICH PRESENTS A RAlllfoPPOR. The Rev W. O Aldridge will to be, assigned to cars to Jacksonville, April 24 A lic quotation, but she said that /.min ROMANQZ n ADVENTUREI 'f ;, 't'il'' .P','

UNITY TO EASE MOTHER WHOjnLL CHERSH base his sermon on. "We Are take them to the picnic grounds, meeting to determine sentiment Marjery says that Zelma certain ; "
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of sportsmen on the approachIng Iy won a MORAL victory if not 9f
HER PEAKS AS AN HEIRLOOjiT Able" at the 11 a. rrr;: "service It has been announced. Friendsof ;' H'
waterfowl FINANCIAL In' law :;
migratory season a one the ,i'
Sunday at the Methodist Church members who atend are requested *
iRILUANT WlfcXE ELJAU.PflintLS ARE THE, The Woman's Society of Chris to bring their own sup will be held at the Roosevelt suit for the author has not been DOUCE RD11hS-Jr. 11aOrEElu I :,. ': u
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Hotel \8 at 10 m. It able to book
FOR/rfER May was complete a since I
tian 'the church will
Service of
IDEAL FT
QN announced by B. C. director the mental of the rial. (
Morgan, upset ( ,1R II1EiED SElllh[
be !In charge of the 7:30: p. m. pers.Mr. :
service at which Mrs. H. Sudhoff and Mrs. E. 'Kind and of the State Oame and I YES. IT IS ALWAYS an InspiratIon 'J ) ''A1 ,
Fresh Water.Fish Commission. to sit with these wo N'0 SIN DT SAILOR .
Moth Day will be soloist with Mn. W., children have moved from West I "
s Smith at the organ. WSCS President !: Palm Beach to Stuart where Mr. men-a generation ahead of me ANTH Y QUINN ORGE TOBIAS ";j/1! ,
to (
The sun moves 175 185 miles .a
Mrs John Taylor v will be' Kind is employed at the Bostlck -who have been through the p IGRer.'st soaal Ir I ,
USE OURJAY- MAY PLAN assisted by Mrs. J. Boson, Mn.: sawmill which,recently was moved per second around Its orbit.f mill\ survived the hectic years s-? W-n.-a- 1arMWK, tug 1' '

We Do Ouj| Mrs. J. Phllps. Dr., Abbott Mor. e learned to accept life calmly and V I

rork GuaramVdt ton, Mn. F. M. Kramer Mrs. I Mrs. L. C. Ktekllter, Mn. Paul I II II II Ij with humor. Their mature wisdom k. r "r, I I,
L. Decker, Mrs, A. C. Courson Hoenshel and Mrs. Earl Rlcou YOUNG TORSO LOOK and understanding that J .J"
graving Crystals Fitted I and Mrs. Celia,Attwood. returned Saturday from a three- \ need not be GIVEN tor It simply LSO 1 I

day trip to Miami where they attended radiates the atmosphere is CHARLES STARR T IN "HEADIN WEST" d I ',' j j
OES METS THURSDAY the State convention of I more valuable to the world to- ,I ,, :
The' Circle of the Order of P.E.O. Sisterhood. b day as they accept the more-or- I 'I
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I the ,
SUNDAY and NDAY, APRIL 27 28 ;1 !
aPOINT Eastern Star met at the Wood e

man Hall Thursday for a covered Mr, and Mn Dalton ,Andersonhad WHAT WAS EMAIL THAT, roe I I 11 ,,1 4 i i
dish luncheon\ followed by the as their week end guests I
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regular] business meeting. Two Mrs. Anderson' father and three '} !
and Costume Jewe birthday cakes and Ice, cream brothers R. L. DeLoach and 1 1

(ICTORY were served in honor of the five Bruce, Lloyd and Robert De- [ ;J'
ARCADE, ,3TUART, FLA.. members whose birthdays are In Loach of'' Valdosta, Oa. They: ,1
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April. The table 111'11,beautifully came down to take Mrs. DeLoach 'i '

..- '-" ..-. -.. decorated with garden flowen. home after a visit here of several 1 ,
Attending were Mn. Lena VI- weeks 4, It Winds ways :; I :(a I,
mer,Mn. S. A. March,Mn. Grace vMr ; H : :'
Some ood 1. ; :1
Maurer. Mrs. H. I E.!: Reddellen, and Mrs. Fred Dawlll, who } B w __, __ .:__. i'I:' ,'
'rho next time You tra/el Mn. William Ol"er,'Mrs Olive have'apent the season at the 9a ttie roverb, ,

Cisek, Mrs. George McPherson Catale Apts., til Colorado Ave., De Casio and TUESDAY nd WEDNESDAY. APRIL 29 and 30lAMIN ,, .
(X Mrs. Stuatt Ollson, Mr*. Carrie have returned to their home In Rec sit Verify ,, I
Rowley Mrs. John Qllson, Mr, SanfordMe., *
the at end they 'r
Grace Steelman, Mrs. J. R. Pom- -"f e r $Y NIVniMM) ,
have P OVEN
y. eroy, Mrs. Flora Corbett, Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs. M. R, Trimmer of j GREE
i M. John. Mrs. Lewis Bell, )Ira.'I Chevy Chase, Md., who have that AYS OF f
B !:. B. Chapman and Mrs.. Alice spent the season at their home ADV ITY, Insur 1 LORRE
Cadwell. The next meeting will at' 162 8t.'' Lucie Crescent have tI nce IsWOR
A be Thursday at Woodman Hall. returned north for the summer ? Y and JOAN IORRING
I ,-- e I--. STE ST Are the;
TEENAGERS TO HAVE Mr, and Mn. James B. Lane, You 1 Protected +-1el r

POT-LUCK SUPPER SUNDAY whose winter residence Is on ? a We GoOw he
I A pot-luck supper for, members Pelican Drive, St. Lucle \Estates!: r our NEW SUMMER
of the Presbyterian-Angle- have returned to their home In Poll a2 ,HOURS tri
Can League for Teen-agers will Qlenwood Landing, N. Y.
i be held Sunday OH the Samuel e Effective Sunday: ''e

i I W. Traylor estate at Port Sewall.I I I I Mr. and Mrs.E.!: L. Crualus, who E MAP.. K I APRIL 27th ;toe f ,

-f Those planning to attend should purchased the Dave Din riverfront ,
I meet at the Presbyterian Chapel I home on Osceola Ave. two ry KlndInsurance Theater Will Open ;1if 'Ig') '
As
P Follows re la ,
SATURDAY and SUNDAY 2:45 P, M. t II
THE'I I L oe 10 P.0. Aread MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 5:45 P. M. '

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v -w *tit 7 ,!tears"_'>NM>V'Out J1M.:I- West Palm Beach ''L
ida Ecnifexnt Railway's deco. ds Directory:
coachs %alt almost as much spats Plaldtd pink cotton with pink. eye-L tl
a ins average %rroooi houM. You don't let i .peplum' for Junior '
crowded U.llnlcad "ANdWE 'WHEN IN WEST PALM BEACH ,
t vs that 'cram? end n-HE': long, moulded line talked
board a bale Shores pwnrf elv 1 about for Sprint ki modified In ,THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE, ;{ r 1
loose to r lcn and 1f vs about. Clton. ipa- Ir"ass' ,
clots waihroomi aivBuwari available, iSo >. PICKUP New Y..lIlunlor. styles: At hi the
i dress pictured today, the bodIes Is egss vo sssno5S', HA "ORROO i wet }
Ih* nwrt time Ta lnrnl tor ih. tpa- .Ioo..ted l 'only moderately, and p
dow combri el i a inoA-rldlna East CMII our, dry aeare..ly at all I* back. At the sametins G'
train. YouTI._ got th.ro (dikr them you couldpal.Nly' the waistline Is definitelyfltted. I b bOPTwIA
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'd tsaiely 'cur own aktlv :Th* resort I is a becoming hew aoorireo.-o METAL.
thsW dad ,TofrsMt railway oust CLEA ANITARY and NOMICALt" sllhouittt for thi>miller niur.. rg NEA71N tai LATSVQ
/ end tec wrric* at low
conNnt.nt through point ATtfOfr w woo QK'S
fuhlon
Another "clllal.
) less, dependable la oil UrV ol wautw. LAUNDRY SERVCC Illustrated in the dress shows' Is O

1Y Tai l i t.enlist r l 4i 'vfQPLE'SLAUN th* increasing HM of eottoni for
i 'TELEPHONE'M" a >y dre.s-up purpot! Pile, pink' a
f .V plalded gingham In this cam, Ii O B
YFhon.:28T 'itvea, a roffltd peplum snd bustle w '
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taw, mklD it a perfect summer 612 tis'St. '"SAFE A L\* WORKS .1.1Fu

afternoon or dais i dress, Loni tot" tot First 6t At Phone,7880W W ,
: tea. *T'ntns dresses IB s.v ral toll u
r lMtk>ns'"are fashioned *( striped" lions Futalsht ., le ;; fig !' t
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--_...II Including one at Mel- the States east |
1'; DRESS OF FLOWERS stations I tout\ jJIfromTltusvlUetostuw
I
il f PLANT BOARD MOVES I mlssloneiy says the board for Collections Fish Are : f TO KEEP NEW CITRUS 2
J rn'' DISEASE FROM STATE year has prohibited entry of of Tropical been purchased, 4 300-It tower the division was ornil
citrus budwood, scions
plants
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ordered and bids asked When temporary station hu klj
1 Gainesville: April; 24 More risk and of certain introducing fruits because citrus canker.of the Here Is HobbyRelatively installed this station will give I orating for the area Zl
Displayed Intriguing lFUGATSd
I! J :' .,!' stringent regulation against the The rule has been -amended to he first radio coverage along, cember. ,
.I ;," J entry of citrus plants and plant mention quick decline, a virus
Ii parts from California and entirely
excluding California disease now killing orange trees new but extremely; Its mouth after fertilization still them for 20 to 30
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1 t. oranges until
In the field U mlnute'.1
,' on sour orange rootstock in Cali Intriguing hobby
'J have been promulgated fornia. the collecting of fresh water tropical they hatch, Many fish, Brown However, he said Gl
,1 1' by the state Plant Board, In an Under the revised rule, only fish, two quite elaborate: aid, eat their own eggs and to tions are very delicate and can EE
//0".' j endeavor serious disease to keep known tht new as quick and such plants and plant parts, including examples of which are on dally, combat this marbles are droppedIn be performed only by expert :
{ fruits, a* art moving display In the city s business section the bowls.,When the To supplement hU collection i A 3 3t.
I ri'; I decline: from gaining entry Into eggs are Engineering, swgi Blue Prints
Florida under, permits Issued by the laid they stttle to the bowls bot. in the taxi office, Brown Is planning -, k
Arthur O Brown, plant! com- board or the U. S. Department of The largest assortment can toms among these marble whichserve to build some cement pools 1 0
: be viewed In the Stuart Taxi F afro Submitted Request
to hide the from theparents'
Into
\f'l Agriculture may come Florida eggs at his home ,this summer for
Service office where It li maintained -
notice
The board has' not Issued 1
breeding purposes
; by Harry Brown. In his Brown said only four or five 30fT4th STREET STUArVf, FLORID
for plants for several
permits 21 bowls Brown estimates he has
kinds of tropical fish are to be
Woods burning costly It destroys s
years.iiimiiimiiiiHimiiMiimiiimimimm. more than 100 varieties many found In Florida,; these he has our forests, burns fence : dtS / Y 8 + ayd PHONE 311
of which are hybrids They are on exhibit in a separate bowl.
i" 1 present In all shades and colors He also reported that operations posts. and makes the land unsuitable -i

,I \ NOTE OF THANKS and mixtures of colon ranging for ailments now are possible for growing new
AI In size from the minute young on these small fish by put- on your I "We Sel! a Best"I- -r"We Service I IBA
fish to adults several Inches Grow trees Idle
.
V gh- long ting them In contact with a spec reea.i
PITTSBURGH PLASTI 1 tuart The second collection In town, /ial medicinal drug which will and make money.FISHING .
TICE is now available inavaridty for Ions of although smaller, .Is of equal Interest -I ---- 'LETT &RDS,
I'1 '.: of translucent col rs g service, Thin! one .la maintainedby ,
r"" for life walls and ceiling/of and flow- Von Kenneth Wright In the, I

+i li bathroYms, kitchens, re ca- ers of Wright Photo Shop. Wright had K
I
tun roVms, beauty pa/ors, X! which 16 bowls and about 30 varletlefc' Sales HJU Servk
1 :' t, reitaruiWi, etc This /le U our us. for which he buys and does extensive .I ,
warm touhe touch, is asily breeding. Among the fish I IN THE FAMOUS
JONES of special note In his collectionare + E1FICIEN IABLE
I
: cleaned Vith damp/cloth, x FAST> -
: cannot crick, chip />eel or ONES the angel fish and the blind St. Lucie 6.rf
Region l =
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\, sweat ItsXdurabilitmeans flsn. The latter .la a kind whose I 317 Bola An. rhohe rtA
ANN MILLER
habits force 4ts Isolation from j
years of fiVauty for your other species.Uauai THT TMU> SPORTSMAN IS A CUAaDIAN OP NATURAL RCSOIMCIS
II I home or coVmerc/il r l bluhment. This novel gown was modeled

red A. Staf f o employed collectors to acquire: methods'the fish are, Good old summertime Is here,I big silver gamesters shook off at ky Miss Miller, motion picture
actress' at a Hollywood charity ABOUT THE NEW SCOTCH LITEGNS
Asphalt tiVi easy-to- Brown explained, Primarily they and with It some of the best boatslde/ beaefU The flowers are red,
clean, colon ca.r/b# laid on Registered are purchased from dealers, but early-morning bass fishing In We noticed two professional blue and pink sweet pea*
I some also are from trading per. many a moon. Plenty of fine klngflshermen using all wire
bathroom end kitchen
your Civil Engine sonal collecting or crossing of catches have been made in recent lines, so I got out a roll of leader ,
I'I floors. reeds. Brown said he got In. days under spillways empty wire, slapped on a trip of munlty Church of Jensen Beach
'!, Wood flood! on be ex- And crested In the hobby when heWill ing Into St. Luole Canal. Bream blue runner.-and Land booked was held Friday April 11th at 24-Hour PernXo eat D'
I pertly sandr You choose Vie kiVd of fin here has been sot up Only about good. The klngflshermen really workat A covered dish dinner was the Initial Cost a. at
glue rids six weeks. He sells them Salt water fishing has been their job They disdain hand-
ishl plastic/ bake te, l lac. on occasion attraction, and many were the E
b but only In order to be excellent. lines. using nothing but wlr_ '
quer, shell rf, virniV, liner one 204tsl fine dishes of food that was un-
able to add varieties A large school of king mack- and handling that with their BOXWEL
or combin ions ther\if. All new and covered at noon.:Rev. H. H. Jones .
bfiffed. later, he hopes to do some personal erel has been bedded down for bare hands If you think this is and Mrs. Jones and many of the '
coats are cross-breeding to create the past week or so about three easy try hauling In a U to 30 husbands of the ladles of the RAIN DG. PHONE 1
1 Rugs cl/aned. Picku and new hybrids. miles south of the Inlet. Last pound king on light wire; coiling circle were guests at the picnic.AU .
delivery / service. Ted les.n The fish are fed a dry fish, Thursday I was down there with the wire at your feet so that it meetings of the summer will
carpet cleaned on fli r. Expert food cracker or ground shrimponce Photographer Land of the U. S stays neat and unklnked Its be taken over by Mrs Mary Bee
. t" Carpeti/g cut and laid a day. The water Is kept Engineer Dept. taking photos an art. They also just about the vice president aa the presl! MARTIN COUNTY
h Re at a temperature ranging from where the mud from Okeechobee tired me out lookln' at 'em, vglor- dent, Mrs, Jessie Horst will leave
ringIng
I' R SancMnf and polish W ( 60 to 85 degrees although In wintertime meets the AClantlo ously jerking their lures for the north the end of April. W DRI S
,. machi/es Brown said he will A The commercial fishermen tell
for rent Your o T. My Home sharp dividing line showed Next meeting will be the fourth
it 2nd H Across have to employ special automatic -muddy as the Mississippi on me that one of the largest runs Wednesday In May at the homeof All Ty umping r7EQ
r Sp -brite prices will meet electric heaters
: which connect the one side, and blue as the of big Spanish mackerel: Harry Nightengale Ladle
years
ed, h No. 1
any /ompetition.orge with each bowl to maintain of best TC
the
t eyes your girl on has been for the present were Mrs. Bertha Clark,
I underway past
Keith; of Martin y 68 WW d St., Ri Side of correct living conditions for his! other. In the blue water there Mrs. Mary Bee, Mrs Jean Best, '
: two weeks. These fish have & Jac
were about a dozen boats catch- rang- es Mayes son
i Street petsOf Mrs. Myrtle Child, Mn Vade
I' ; bri County' Cleaners is Spar I particular Interest In his Ing kings with fair regularity ed up to as high as. to 10 Burnett Mrs. Jane Barnett, Mn 318 thSU Ga
1 authorized npreaen.1 Charles H. JackWIR collection Is the Siamese fighting We had three strikes.-but the pounds In weight Avola Heyer, Mn. Olive Ziegler,
tative in Martin West of Dr. Parker' Office
'j, Inn which also Is necessarily Mrs Nellie Spencer, Mrs. Ella Just *
\ Isolated from other varieties because Eichorn, Mrs.
\ May DeWltt Mn
MIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1 I I IIIIIIIIIIIHIIHIHMIIIMMIimillJENSEN ,
of Its vicious habits: Another Edith Garr, Mrs Allle Morgan,
I II unusual species Is the black Mrs. Caroline Madtis Mn Dulcle -
.; molllnesla which Is one of an BEACH NEWS Neuner, Mn Evelyn Voight,
,
I'' I estimated half dozen tropical Mn Mary Retterer Mrs Clara C 'S PAINT SHO
I fish capable of changing Individual By Charlotte Helller yaught, and Mrs. Jesse Horst.

sex bisexual specifically a fish hav- 1111111111111111111HIt11/111111111111111111111111111111111/ ".11111111......................".'................uunm OVER A E'dN 4TH,STREET
ing a
quality Originally
ELECTION SCHEDULED
if t X 100 ON YOUR reported by a Florida woman Jerry Snipes spent the week where she will spend two weeks Perry, April 24 (FN3> Tay., We are prepare *W|| dU any type Job
DtJMutuahBroadcastingyKyitem collector, Brown says there Is no end In St. Petersburg with visiting relatives. lor County citizens will decideIn AUTOMOBILEPfcftfflNGLET
a explanation yet as to what brings friends Mr. A. A. Hendry' and sons an election June 10 whether
about such action, but It Is Miss Mary Walton of West John and Alvin spent Friday In to keep the county In the "dry" US MAKinrjHE OLD CAR LOOlTmfc,
r i GOOD LISTE\JNGjVERr! DAY, known that the male of the species Palm Beach vas the guest of Mr. West Palm Beach. column or to permit sale of intoxicants NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL
can produce fertile eggs. and Mrs. L D. MCElfresh and Mrs K. L. Rican and daughters .
rGxtl ALLDX ON Browns fish are divided Into family Wednesday Ernie and Mollie were calling on Imate* Submitted Without Obligation i
two kinds as far as reproductions I Tommy Helller, Jr. has returned Mr and Mn Jack Heaton and COUNTY HAS 69
concerned those whose youngare 1 to Gainesville after spendingthe family Friday. ACCIDENTS IN 1946 W. R. CLARK Proprietor
I born from eggs and those Spring vacation with his Mr. and Mrs Ed. 'peace of
Barring Martin Jfl wl* and Inh TkiRiwr Counties those young are born 1I11ve and' family here Elmira, N. Y are the guests of The official Florida Highway
I ,Y I x whole like a human baby In Mr and Mrs Henry Adami Mr, and Mrs John Nelcosky. Patrol report for the year ending -
1 Our Martin County Repress live the egg-layIng group, some eggs and children and Mn Jamet Mrs. Wallace Is a niece of Mr. Dee, Jl' 1949 shows there ,
Fettle to the bottom of the bowl Adams of Philadelphia are the NelcOSk)'. were 69 accidents In Martin
'MRS. FRANCES G. SMI1 but others are laid In bubbles at guests of the Mrs. Adams' father Mrs. Laura Howard, Miss County last year, of which 63 L S Imperil
I' Phone 119-W, Stuart, Florida the water surface. These bubbles M. M. Mitchell Georgia Turner Mrs. Jennie were rural and six urban, There
are blown by the male who Mrs. John H Nelcoskey left Brown and Mrs Julia Oallt were were three fatal accidents, I In
T then catches in his mouth the Wednesday for Hobart, Ind., Joint hostesses to. a group-of which three persons were killed
1r eggs from the female and lays their trends at Seymour's Inn and 29 non-fatal accidents witha
;i i r them In the bubbles Tuesday afternoon. Three tables total property damage of $37,- Sere Statin
U M R Unusual In the egg-laying of bridge were enjoyed and high 000. the revised report says -
{ group; is the Egyptian mouth- Jensen Beach score prizes were awarded Mrs. Plans for 1947 of the FHP
breeder which holds Its eggs In B. J. Ward and Mrs. Seymour communication division call for 617, 6f l Federal HlWiway, Stuart/ lorida

4 and Resident Called Oldeon were After served the games Those refreshments playing/ constructloq of several new land X Across the Bridge iu\>a BeseyXd
Fort 'erce, F aFREDER were Mrs. Tony Emerson, Mrs. MILKSHAKES J SOD .'
a BuildingMaterials P Betty Alderman, Mrs. R. 8. Rob. CAs
4 PORTER 'Leghorn King'Reprinted ertson, Mrs. Lewis Gamble, Mrs.C. 5 5T GASOLl
;. H. Alderman, Mrs. Lucy Her. E
t list
SP tel, Mr*. Gideon, Mr. Ward, and $
Room 2 NO PRICE IN4kl.ASE
i a t ( from Florida Feature the hostesses -
i Sunrise Theatre ldg. Section) The annual picnic of the
are more plentiful A 77-year-old retired Chicago Church Aid Circle of the Com- 0 CON611PAIUSE AS D Regular 76 Octane/.Prie 22.9)!
surgeon living at Jensen Beachis

We Ma/ ave Wha Tou Need STUART considered America's "leghorn Pere
king." He proved it last December BUMPER TO BUMPER SERVICE
'or That ew Home -. Be SA to See Us IF COMMISSION when 39 of his best leghorns Ethel / .9
1' were entered In the New York MECANIC ON DUTY AT ALJOTCvSWAY ES ?- .Price
i AL SHRICLEY, Mfr. Regsr nuttings Poultry Show In which, Inciden 'Per

8\/M: tally, he la the oldest exhibitor., LUBRICAP0NCUNTONEOkA.SS.UKE '
Ea Coast er 2nd d 4th His chickens won the grand' WAX ftflSH FOR YOUR AUTHORI /D FIRESTONE 'DEALER --
championship I sweepstakes CA T IS BJflCYED ON.
WED E AYSSt award, all six of the show blues, R Passenger ajfl Truck Tires All Sit
& Co. rt Cit all five seconds', six thirds, six SERVICE
r Supply fourths and six fifths. Stm en All The Time Fore
e Dr. E. L. Denlson has been e itationIE Your le
P one 22 Stuart, Florid P is Always We e raising prize chickens for 60 W. Convenience"
years ,He started by buying a IN 9144
Minnesota flock!: which originally

: came from Spain!. and was reputed -:::::::::
A'E It, to be the oldest leghorn
flock In the United States I
J
; HE DIXIE T
If' The doctor'came to Florida In !

which 1945 to now,setup, numbers his chicken 450 farm prize, TRIP TO JACKSONVILL1WlLlThUJSE '

AND COCKTAIL I&UNGE leghorn valued at 10000. He

4 ties North of Stuart On FederalUTvVay 1 prefers leghorn because he believes

IF YOfXARE WISHING FOR A GOOD PLACE TOt they are the best layers, YOUR FRONT TIRES TO SLIDE SIDEH. ?f9- MILES

.. .....,. most keep.beautiful"WX and the easlst to WITH A LOTH OF 1,800 POUNDS ON THEM IF X*

T and. DRINK Dr Denison, doesnt feed them
,. special formulas. And when they

I Ix, WITH YOUR FRIENDS, DO TyTAIL TO VISIT OUR, TAVERN' are would sick a, human he treat, being them as using he Your Front W els AreJ 1/2. tdTOut of Alignment.

:' I" WHERE YOU WILL FIND feASTE TREAT" AWAITING YOU. iodine swabs, sulpha drugs and

." SUPERB WINES AND LIQr ORS ijw PREMIUM BOTTLED BEER all'the latest medicine There I* THIS IS WEARING OUTTJj ''jCsT ONE
MILE OF EQUAL
SIDE DRAG
no trick to raising fin chicken. IS
,' HOT PLATE LUNCHES tffes iOUS SANDWICHES
he points out, -just so the breed TO 5000 MILES OFS WmChitROLtlNG COME
IN STRAIGHT
SERVsTO IN,OUR COCKTAlSfiUNCEOp I Ia pure and to aa la protected Associated he explained ROLL" YOUR,FR JaW ES-AT SL LETS '

a n>rom 10:00;A. M. ON"- WEErliAAYS. Interviewer Press
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FOR A GOODTIME"VISITDIXIE,

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to describe agar would be to tell approximately 80 revolutions a '1 -- emerges a fine white or slightly tights of an inch wide and about I; l.11{ a ".

-Agar Rare Natural Resource Drawnrom you that it Is a vegetable gelatin, minute This washes most of SteoJfey Says: yellowish\ powder ready for packaging 10 Inches long It to then tleh i JI "

gar and that It has most of the properties the sand mud and shell from ?NAT w1AT 1 Ita/F/ .. ,Into uniform bundles and carried, A J I' '

common to animal gelatin. the weed, and It then Is ready I tloaAS IwLO These present day methods back down the mountain where ; 1'1\\1 flIt
Seaweed Plant in TLLUTtrT
at Jensen Beach as well as several very special to .be spread on wire covered [! ;
agar manufacture through far collecting 1 '
Is delivered to a central 1 co.)
of Its racks ls
prperttes own to dry. This another operation -
from being perfect, are a tar cry. who In turn :I Iimakes
HARTMANa "The toe of agar are many taht will have to be from the slow, laborious hand agency :/ r r' I' ./
MART the final l packaging preparations
I, (loading pier, convey little evidence victory In World War IL and varied, and few uses for mechanized In the near future methods used by the Japanese. ;! 1 1on
before It is actually pu4{ 'I ,
!loh.. banki of the Indian of their importance to For the finding of agar-agar In ,this product are being found as the Florida rainy season and ; In the fall their dried seaweed is 1 it

i,.. north county line human need For they are load- the slimy, prickly grasses on\, the dally. Have you ever wished you the weed harvest nearly always I carted or carried to some moun- the market. I,'

no'0, aeacb- stands II1'OUPlJII ed with what was once considered riverbeds of 'East Coast waters could make Ice cream in your coincide tain top where early freezes are I H Eaass Add e.a .r i I \ ',,
dlnas, 10. unpretentioust a detriment to the waterway furnished a needed substance In home freeser u smooth and finely 'After the weed has been | the rule. Here in pots hung over FR 5 I... ''d '
t!**** passerby hardly: of Florida-varlettei of ordinary America' when the Japanesecorner" \ textured as the Ice cream you thoroughly dried it .ls baled In an !an open fire trench the weed Is r hl' ,I, t', .

,VYwcond! glance Flat-bot- Florida seaweed on the product was cut buy from your neighborhood ordinary hay baler and stored slowly simmered and boiled. And Ii r B.katng. I 1" \ t tNs +,
, toaU plying to and from an The sign, Spertl, Inc.' give' off by the war. Dr. Bpertl! turned drugstore? Perhaps you could for future use Prolonged storage when after days of cooking by Blo.riasGa.a ,pie of UIGA I a ;i', r'" I ij

g1 unpretentious T-shape' no Insight Into the lift of an Ita. over the output of the plant of if you had a little agar to mix In does not seem to hurt the weedIn this method the weed has given ens .mphl.s .a f! ) f '
sad tree su
Han Immigrant boy, Dr. John the .Government during the war your favorite recIpe. Dont you any way. I have known of up, Its agar content the agar. a I f. I'I'STU
Spent who attracted the attention ,ea... The public was forbidden wish that your home canned tomato weed that had been stored for liquid Is plated out of doors in DRUG RPM I."/ ," I Ht,
of professors (Including Dr. entrance or information to the Juice would look a< appetizing more than two years to turn out shallow pans or trays to freeze. -- -- -- :: 1 I : tI

EAT C P. Hoffman who Is wellknownhere secrets of the processes for,fear in the bottle as the tomato agar as good in quality, and in During'the long cold nights the + I :

) while he was a student at the enemy would benefIt. But Juice you buy at your corner approximately the same proportionate I agar-liquld free.... During' the 11r
the University" of Cincinnati now that normal peacetime pro- grocery? It would if you had quantity as weed that Forests are a valuable asset to any day It thaws and melts some- < r; I'I'T1
,
But the fact that Dr. Spertl was; duction has gotten under way In used jsmall amount': : of agar In had been freshly gathered. Care e.mesnityCrowingtrees fires, provides the woodland preventing Vhat. The liquid that has thaw- \ ; '
chosen to head a new Basic new and expanded facilities at the liquid suspend the tomato must be taken to see that the owner a.means of an Income. td is poured off and the rest Is ,.,
E Scenic Laboratory" although the Martin County plant, the particles evenly. weed does not get wet while In Do your part-its good buiineiit I left to freeze some more"By1 \' I i9iRACT iI i

he scoffed at the name with "aU genial manager, H:C Gardner "Some Jelly manufacturers use storage the; time spring rolls l S +I'' :

science Is basic" resulted In has given The Stuart Mews the agar to give their product bulk, "In the production and manu- of removing the Color 1s by soaking I around the agar-llquid has been I ; .i "i1' ;

$ all kinds the scientific discovery of the fascinating story as follows: and to help produce a uniform facture of agar percentages area the weed In a chemical .thawed and frozen a great many '

Proper value of seaweed a research! "Have, you ever opened a can Jell. Agar enters Into the cosmetic major factor! and must be studied bleach prior to cooking Another times, and the agar has dried: and ; : :

for sole.Alw victory which Made unWJld contribution -' of ham of chicken and scraped fields as a suspending: with care. For example, It method Is through th of bleached naturally to an almost : \ "
to the U a. military away that Jelly-like substance agent In certain hand and face takes approximately T tons of activated charcoal after the:agar I pure white In color When It :1'lft, I II.
and Insue.once. that you found clinging to the lotions It finds 1U way into wet drained weed to produce 1 has been extracted Irom the i reaches this stage It Is usually i : : )

re a meat? If so, have you ever wondered slcentlflc laboratories as a medIum ton of dried weed Then If you weed by chemicals and by cookIng ut .into. .thin. ..strips! about' .three- T ANO reseTIocos Tlnc (I. .' : !

'pSUF what this. substance could for growing bacterial cultures had gathered your seaweed whenIt ., In this method the ngar- I' a sows i 1 '
be!, or why It should be there? It also Is used directly asa was at the peak of maturityyou liquid Is pumped through a filter ITLI su5ANCC .t ;,
not It I.t In LOYAL ORDER OF :1 I j
Perhaps but behind this medIcIne. used Jelly could reasonably expect to press of the plate asd frame I ,
R strange Jelly-like substance lies candy, and marshmallow Icings get 1 ton of finished agar for variety which has been charged MOOSE FL DA .
and an odd and fascinating story Orchid growers use It In a specially every 3 tons of dried weed. HART LODGE 12FTS "' t
app with a suitable filtering agent ABSTRA CO. a ",
OS
6665 ELIEP INu "The substance Is agar some* processed form for sproutIng "These figures are, as I stated usually diatomaceous earth. tot wF oATak .t' ". I Ii.I'
times. known as agar-agar and orchid seeds previously, only approximate, IHWal JIM agNNk ;
"However, before extraction I'a'ruAaT
Realto SECONDS oddly enough It la a product of ''One of the latest uses'of this and win vary with the'' time of takes other details + Hall P.id..t, FLOR f I' .
the tea. Perhaps we should say versatile product of the sea is to harvest and the type of weed place many uart, ;
have been attended to. The
0. Arcade .n., sw q.fl INi.rLele harvested. Another figure to be .. \\:4 il'l:
1'aeNino, N more specifically that It Is a give bakery products a finer, weed has been carefully weighed, -- + -- ------ : .
Phone' 19 /. rMlrl Mw. product of a special class of sea more uniform texture, and to watched with care is that of the and In Instances
Lwow 1.e 1. weed or algae. make them stay fresh longer percentage at pure agar In the some run 9 ,
Mr..r.1/a. 4 through a mincing or chopping RANFORD'S SERVICE' GARA l
I "Of the weed, as this figure along with ,
curse natural question However we are forgetting our machine. The water In the cook-
now arises what Is agar? canned ham, and canned chickenIn the gel strength of the agar has
Ing VIta been carefully measured GULF PRODUCTS
Specifically, altar belongs to that -- this I ease' the' agar Jelly was should be known before the weed chemicals have been addedto
class of substances of glue-like used to fill out any "pockets" in harvest gets under way In de-
form which Oraham named colloids the can where air could linger termining the percentage of pure the water and the water hall
110 S' For All 0 SIONS been heated to a predetermined"
Some well-known colloidsare and cause the meat to spoil by agar found In a given batch of tmperature. The weed Is then ,

tannin, dextrin, starch, bacterial action. I will not at- weed a small amount of the boiled in this water-chemical Washings Polishing, (cation and Ilatteriee :i
BOUQUETS i RSAGE CUT FLOWERS spiel, acid, ferric oxld and agar tempt to list here all of the many weed l 18 carefully weighed and mixture Until the r
week
gives
These substances, though not and varied uses of agar However, placed In a cooking Vessel wherea rt upIts Open M. to ,
FLORAL CEMENTS agar con tent. Is at thin i
the same chemically, behave it may Interest you to learn your predetermined amount of '
point that the In
DOMESTIC an P CERAMICS alike when In solution Their dentist probably uses agar In a chemicals and water are added. agar-liquid oA
presence In solution has scarcely specially prepared form to make This mixture Is boiled for a short' pumped of through one of several ed 1/1 en Bridge t I h
machines
types filtering (iron
any effect on the freezing plate Impressions. agar Is sometimes length of time and several extractions ,
SMITIiXFLORAL & GIFT SHOP point, or vapor tension of the used as a lubricant In the are made: Allquots are which It emerges a colorless liquid <_ __ ___ ___

WE WIRE FLOWERS solvent These strange properties drawing of fine tungsten filaments taken from each extraction and containing This liquid IS Is then to 2 per pumped cent agnr Into '
of colloids are due to the added to a known volume of )
i Bldg, 5lh St, Ft. Pierce Phone 31O-j huge size of their molecules. Asa alcohol. The resultant precipitate freezing cans or trays to be slowly TILTON'S SUNDRI1 I Ii
"Before going any farther on ii
Is then filtered and frozen for 18 to 24 hour
comparison the molecular weighed,
the subject of agar, let me say Freezing Is either by brine or .
Wright of water Is IS and that ;and from this process the amountof
here and now that agar is not a air .i
Freezing removes valor SUNDRIES COSMETICSTAN
of most organic substances, several newcomer In the commercial pure agar In the weed Is determined DRUG .ii
.' HAVE ALL KINDS OF hundred;' ,the molecular world by any means. While the I soluble gel Impurities strength and Improvesthe i S OIL SUN SHADES 5 GLASSES i<
weight of.dissolved starch has "The gel strength of agar .Is TOBACCOS YELRY
\NIIFS
JELLY MARMALADES manufacture of this product In "After freezing the agar-lre Is
been found to be as high as 25.- our country I II of fairly recent I very important as quite often It crushed and thawed In water al; SODA FOUNT i ;''i M
MANY NE LOVELTIES ,11 of the factors that
one helpsto
000, and that of dissolved silicic date, the Japanese have been SANDWICIR'.S'i
about 80 degrees Fehrenhelt to 'iNCWSI'
establish the market SODAS % ICE CREAM S
WE ALSO acid as high as SO,ooqLottermoser maklngUt for a great price.
,
many which
years more bleaching! chemicals
Agar Is seldom used
k at full MA6AZINCS \
made
Important and prior to World War II added ItS
ANYWHEd's produced have been As the I Ire melts 1
discoveries In the field of colloids strength but Is diluted according -
Is 1901, while Slgmondy by spme 2000 tons annually ; to Its use A dilution of 1 part away, the agar In a sprongy, + NEW SCHM! R SCHEDULE s.
I three-fifths of which they sold (
crepe-rubber maaa U liberated .
Friut fraNovelty' the use of an ultra high-powered to Chinese. Surely you have. agar to 100 parts water is the and floats to the top of the fNDAY It a.m. "UTT>Mi 1-LN p n. Till 9pm.1WONDU 1 ,
standard formula used labor-
microscope a few years later perfected heard of seaweed soup! to in water where it is pumped off ale a.m. $ p.n.t TTCSHAY I:Mam. -- 1e p.ns h'I': i
fttorie
GA lD'EDEN FIELD, Owner the technique used to dlsfSrrn "As I stated earlier, Igor 'Is strength One determine of the finely gel and into centrifuges (or rough!!! wYIfcEvwiv ,e:" ass. --- I r.m.TnMfi D\Y 8:30: am11ll 1 "

C 2nd St..rAt Federal Highway few millionths colloidal of molecules an Inch in only diameter i a- manufactured from a, ,special powdered. agar gram is boiled in 100 drying least, U Non jf pm, Till U p sr,1{ FRIDAY>mT.II 10 p.m.VTl I 1 jr :

I However, the easiest class of seaweeds or algae. In the ml, of water until the powder "At IwcTTnethods for Ihe 'RDAV ,I:M a.al. Till 9: p.mTiyToN .
way plant kingdom algae comes under has dissolved The solution is extraction of the agar from the I j' '
water other NEXT TO f. a JENSEN BEACH4NNOUNCING ,
the division Thallophyta. than by freezingare BLOG '
then poured Into shallow dishes .
The name ,thallophyta means to cool and solidify After four known, but"have not been ,;

plants with thallus bodies, that hours gel strength tests of the put into use In this country ''tl;: I \
': I
Is, not differentiated Into stems solidified matter are made with When the spongyrubbery. agar '
roots and leaves, The Thallop the aid of a penetrometer It has been rough.dried by centrifuges : ,
hyta Include the bacteria, the naturally follows that In actual It Is transferred to a hot I ji'I I"I"I I"
'algae, the fungi and the lichens practice the higher the gel air dryer of the stack or drum ;

I The algae are the: :4a. andother strength of the agar, the less of variety for complete drying\ nnd
simply It is required tq obtain hardening. When the agar leaves I ;
a given
plants that have colorphyll In result. the ht air dryers It Is In the frm THE OPENING OF / !! j

FOREST their makeup. However, of the "It is hard''to imagine a flaky of crisp white flakes not unlike I :

thousands of varieties of sea white powder being made from corn flake breakfast food. The

1 weed only a scant dozen will pro- seaweed and having the ability next s.ep: In the process i is wrlndIng GAMBLE ELECT C Id .:<:
[
I
duce The flake
marketable agar. to gel 100 or more times it weightIn agar IK run I .
"In Florida the agar bearing : water without some Idea of through a rotary grinder and

FIRECAN seaweeds of the Oracllarla fam- [chow It ls produced. Let us then "ATHLEIB FOOT H i :
GERM
ily used.are almost most Abundant, and are i make a ,short visit to a typical HOW \ro KILL IT, I THEIR NEW LOCATIO 4 :

of the exclusively.Oracllarla The familyare seaweeds I agar plant and follow a given IN 0\E HOUR t (Nn To Post Office, Tiltot. B .) Y \\i;;
bale of weed through the various IF NOT H.E ED, ,k. \\'ij.;
OVERrA/tEA' of the class Rhodophyceae or steps of processing A.k ir dr.., ,
cVlPLETE iff
red algae group This group Is "Probabl ,.the first operation luxfky., TEOL .,1 MI __ A LIN01FRIGIDAiRE "
.eel k.hakt> / PF9t/tTA ru. R.wh- ; ,' :'
loosely classified as to color for that would be shown you wouldbe .. oe YNI. Mn ? L.IN..Ilr ),
HORSEBACK./ In this _called red ''Ij"I\
algae group the for color '
process removing '
MM ON we also find violet purple and from the dried weed. One method art Aa..11.e..1 Drug AP IANCES \ wI'h'I
reddish brown.
The color of the ,
.", ,. weeds are due to a pigment call- r :' ,';

ed phycoerythrln, and this pig AND 'I i \' :"

ment hides or makes the color- LOTS FOR PENSIONERS
\
) 1"\
ophyll also present In the weed. I EMERS N :ADIOS
These two color factors have $50 to $200 !; .i'i y yS

1 considerable nuisance Value In W FRONT PRIVIL S.Pavensent i S ,

the manufacture of agar. and ''o v LIUIIT GLOB] S if ;
must be gotten rid of during. the a walks in of every lot, :

< manufacturing, process as they TOASTMASTJ I, automatic Toasters "' 't7 ,
would transmit objectionable:
(M.;
? color to ,the finished product, WAFFLE ONS : .... i :
t.
After the removal of the colorit t ;
Lv 'he'
TvS Is agar believed has higher our locally eel strength produced J0TTO U&N EMEIW N FA ,:ieho' '

=*i and greater transparency than '

the ,agar .produced by the Japanese i G FyfcLECTRKLEANERS l,
II' '

t "Most comes of from the seaweed the Indian I harvested Riveron TH STEAK HO] LET 05 ESTIMATE THAI OB
II ire
---h the east coast of Florida. It is General Conductors for House Wirir and Equip 1 ,

found In the area around Sebastian 3 Mile uth of Stuart Fed. I '
b rv and as far south as Jensen ay ment Initiations, No Job To Large offlTo Small. bif ,,4,

Beach Here.In the Indian River STEAKPLATE a CHI and JOD DINNERS

the weed la found tn relatively ,.0 LUNCH SANDWICHES' I
hallow water of from 2 to 6 feet I
In depth. Some of the weed beds Beer, a and So 'Iles GAMBLE ELECnUC tr.

are many acres in area and the GAS TIRE and AUTO .
weed may be several feet deep
Op 7 A. M. to 3.00 A. M. nil .j
In the beds At the present time NE TO POST OFFICE JENSEN B CU .
the harvest of the weed Is a C. L. Dunning, Owner '1 I
s slow and proportionately costly 'art'YOU f I
operation. The weed Is father :

'" ed from the beds with long
, 4> .:Fir* has lien known 'la ,sweep handled rakes, having long curved

xt.8 t easier> 'threugh'morthan. 2OO.oooocr" tines, and loaded Into flat t
.. bottomed barges for CAN'T AFFORD TO TAKE CHANC ,
. "I, fat 24' bows, fin' can transform : transportation
to the t
processing plant. The i
Ite kill ) permanently ocIuctlv"OR'tland* writer developed a mechanical '
; LyOU HAVE AND IMPORTANT* BU E N
.' A tingle'spark
.. Into barren wastes;; harvester similar In operation to
' wood.ll.danp.o"I'/IDon't"' a hay loader late last but GAGEMENT !
I.: ': 'In the year .

. ( first' : sorhl tab a chance.: U SM (Hut, spark '" Into this heavy machine commercial, has not operationas been put -xo r ARE

, Is DEAD.., "'.


',; "On' arrival at the plant the Your Cti( i ells condition be Bring in your '
ja ;
,Tkst Advertisement' Sponsored by the Shiart'New* weed b run through M mechanical >1; ) eas _

.. .. -,.... !, washing' machine-similar In Cfcr C iflTtuick check-up--To
appearance to concrete mixer +
but one having Internal paddles, ;
MOTOR GO.North
STUART = ILEY
NEWS
} s : and with the drum framework .
covered with small mesh hard.
,
F ederel.Hitlwi. 9"s y
.. ware cloth. The drum ls revolvedIn ,

a f.l:01lsll.of: flowing.water at atr



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PAUl; TWELVE nil STUART NEWS. STUART, Martin CODat" noRmA THVItSDAL, APRIL I" 1941.i '"


I; millllllltlllllllllMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIHIIIIIIIIIIIHIlm/ ino' recently have retarded growthof I>I Krueger lauded Stuart' With- PAGEANT PLANNED 6&, r>eet Outstanding. -;;rTk;;;

RAMIE FLYERS Field being one of the St. Petersburg, April 14 (FN8)) two-day
GREAT the MISSING am as pageant of beau
'plant Twenty-two types
State' best with good runways all set for talent M
t' Notes of Interest To Veterans of ramie from all over the world I -With arrangements during the week-fa!
future if all Interested ?
I and a promising the Miss Florida Pageant to be ventlon of the Outdoor i
'I Bjr Joseph Elm. V. A. Contact Officer INDUSTRY SEENIN have been Imported for trial THEORY GIVEN groups show a spirit of held here June M the Florida Association of America !*<

:\ At Stuart Court House West Palm Beach Headquarter plantings In the Everglades soil. ,cooperation. Junior Chamber of Commerce Is trig to mil\ Carter. paSn llillarl.
f to 13 Monday. 711 Corneau Building Particular growth of 'the'In. Visiting the club In an official planning to present 50 of nor! man. ga

i tl'j ."',"...."..........,.........:.,..."..,....,.."'...............".,.".'...mnnunnomnnnnu.unmmn.......... . .........,., EVERGLADES dustry, now that It U known Amusing anecdotes, during the capacity lieutenant-governor was V. C.of Brownlee the Ith ., I

f';' (IA ''public service feature 0(1 ,eran has the right\ to change his how ramie may be grown profitably months he. served with a flying Kiwanis District, who presetned

t fered by The Stuart News In co- beneficiary or beneficiaries at: Is based on the fact Instruction unit at Camp Mur- the club with a membership IT ECONOMY. TO REPAIR Y

: operation with the West Palm 1 any time without their approval. Belle Glade, April 24 A prediction that many greatest need after phy during World War II marked '- achievement award and gave a ..'
I Beach contact office of the U. d.( that the production of food Is fibers, Ramie U best certificate to 1946 realdentOeol'le HOMESEE
Veterans Administration.I : jHe, also may surrender a permanent a talk on aviation\ ,in Stuartby
) Keith for the good record
planted starting In MaY and
--_. I NSLI policy tor cash at ramie soon will! *come one of A. P. "Bert" Krueger at the the club made under his
I Question\ about education and any time. I this State' greatest Industrieswas lasting through August. The weekly noon meeting of Klwanls US FOR ABUfcDING
Nathan Mayo, State plants give off three crop In a leadership.
made by
Friday at the Woman's Club.
,
: 'training! home loam and Insurance '
----r and harvesting Is done
Commissioner of Agriculture at year
mill are at the top of the I Q--I am drawing retirementpay the annual meeting of the Soil with a machine that cuts and In recounting some of his experiences CIVIL SERVICE ,JOBS OPEN, REPAI d NEEDS
while out of the
flying
list at almost every contract office at present. Can 1 receiveIbsistence Society of Florida here. bundles from 100 to 200 tons of Jacksonville, April it-Skilled
of the Veterans Administration. conducive to the plants a day. camp Krueger' expounded his worker in four production classifications OURjntWTO PLEASE
allowance while Particularly
Here are the answers to a goIng production of this Oriental fiber DDT has been found to be an theory on the mysterious disappearance are needed 'for Im-
few of the that/! to school under the Service of seven Navy planesoff mediate at the
which employment
a many queries plant Is the murk soil of the effective control of pests '
come In regularly to contact men'! Readjustment! Act? Everglades on which It Is said attack ramie. The plant will the State's east coast,about Florida Naval Air Station here
representatives A. not stand much but a year ago. He reported It seems where there an more than 250
I -You are entitled to draw as much as 1.000 pounds of pure flooding
Q -.-Can the beneficiary or the retirement pay and still receive fiber an acre could be raised. nevertheless needs a high water most likely they were caught In vacancies fat Civil Service positions. C Co
family of a Veteran make prem- I Among other developments after level to sustain Its shallow root a turbulent wind squall lost UM
of'
the full amount subsistenceallowance
'
I :, tttm payment: on his national I more than 50 years of experimentation system their guiding radio beam and ,
service life Insurance If the vet. while I In school or here with the plant Is Ramie also has been found then not being equipped with In 1945 Florida had 1073 woods
eran doesn't care to, do 10? ,: training Retirement pay In not progress made In the mechanical suitable for the production of radar they mistakenly flew away fires on protected acreage In the l Is Sill Doing Its Best To Supply

I A. Yes. but the insured vet' considered Income from rlecortlcatlon and degummlng ol clgaret paper and such usage Is from the coast until out of gas State. Less fires mean more tim I PHONE 66
planned by a New York firm. and were lost j .
until
that
live labor and therefore 11roouc-/I / the fibers",, processes I ber.

It CHILD ,RECOVERED,. to be Included by the
his'! estimate of earnings filed I .
I with the Veterans Administration. j
DOLLARS ......,.- PATRONIZE
=a

I I Q.I obtained a OI home l loan SPENT IN ,'1, HOME FIRMSOFFERING

: In June 1945. and now would like ..: MARTIN .
to know If I may obtain a further MARTIN COUNTY YOU
loan under the amended 01; \
I: Bill? STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESE SERVICES

AYes EvldertMy yout guaranty ,
under the original Service.men'

Readjustment Act was -. ----- -....
*2.000: therefore, under the act
as amended In December 1945
you are. eligible for a further STUART THE DUTCH l COOK'S WILSON'S WHITIE'S LAUNDRY

I guarantee of 12,000 on a real KITCHEN VICE STATION and
PAINT CO. SNACK SHOP f ERV1CE STATION i
testate loan or $1,000 on a business and
non-real HOME COOKING j TEXACO DRY CLEAN I
or estate loan. C
Pr NTS byINA LU ROOM On the Ocean's Edg
VARNISHESENAMELS LEE GA| OIL (WARREN'S)
TRAILEjSiMRK
Q. -Will
my 10-per cent World
War II disability of $13 80 pc Increased Open I a. .... TillS p. m. 1 SANDWICH? and ALTERATION,

i -- ."..= ... In the event t marry? D..I., ,.. p. m. Till I p. i Daily Beer and SoftDkunksSandwiches BEER NES .Ll'BRICANTSCajrteous Mom PRoon .
five-year-old Mary Ann, who A.- -No Your compensation Is MURrH Open All Day nday Soup, ''e BATH H DSES I Efficient (11 Year Guan eel
was' kidnapped from a nue.sery based the 51 RWIN.-WILLIAN. $ IH Miles So. of Stuart
on degree of disabilityand ;; LADII'S STOC <01D.
+ til 8.
at Chirac' In 1945, Is DixieWay I OpenJ0far 'Round Service
all not on the number of de- ONT PRODUCTS Federal III-Way No.1 MEN'8 SO
I miles In New Orleans after I Kreuger Bldg'
I'' her recovery there by FBI i pendents. Phone '128 Closed Wednesdays GULF GASOLINE JE/BEN BEACH W. llAtER, Jensen Beach ,Jelllen h
I' P. O. Aftade T. O. Box 177
It : rents. Atelf. E. Weeks said ; Q.--I am a former WAC with
i William r, an Itinerantbaker
an honorable
discharge. I am

wife and, was the arrested child: on with a hiih-his I contemplating marriage to a I FORD'S'' I I I CONCRETE BLOCKS S
'I' U
non-veteran and would like to PITC at MGRS Available Immediate
way near New Orleans while Stud Taxi Jensen doe
i trying to hitch-hike ride know If I lose any of my rights ILAMURUUS Delivery Give or Trunk ,
a tou ..
I I' ,: New lurk lie has been charged I under A.-No.the'OI Bill C MP NEw GLOB W 8x8x168x8x16 eg. Comp Check Up S E
with the kidnaping. SE ICE
Veterans wishing 'further Information I 'j aERT'CoUalel w d.e EXPERIENCE TTENDANTa
----- -- about veterans' benefits \ nd Boats FOR D 8x8 >< 16 t. AND ML "ICS TRY TH -- THEY
C NEW I .
BUST SHOWN PlTi.OPEN Al
... may get a personal answerto WHO UAL ... RETAIL UP 8xREINFORCING 12 a re S4 HOUHlStandard ILT Prompt -+ spendable
ARE RE THAN
their questions from I ""
Joseph STEEL
Sea d Court
""I \ E. Gum contact representativeof Lit i RINKlR, INC Oi us APT HAVE R
the West Palm Bench Con I Bait Fcsj Sale a ( 4 SUPER SERVICE TATI

j j tact office who Is available hereIn JENSEN 0 one 74SS. I RALPH P. CHANDLER, D..w PHONE\149
I'' the office of attorney HarrisR F.Shop 4 3rd St. Dow Hl.w.r Jeri n Beach

I Lowery Jr., In the Oughter- AT COURT V"001 -7 AKRON AVI. IP planCOMPLETE Fort Pierce

son Bldg, each Monday from 10
:, a. Into 3 p m. Lowery Is the --

I i t' ''i M offteer.newly appointed Contact county with service Gum MerrimansTavern trio and 'I' ME BUILDING
Refrigeration !
Uncle l SIGNS
through Lowery may be made SERVICE Billy sez.' I
j : dally except Saturday from 9 Clo Matter See

a. as.to4p.M. REFR. WINES. CIC fo Job Toe Large Or NEON
: a (Ei :; :.:;;: :- Ir.l" I IIGBEE &
CIGARETTES NEWS fSeatteit Too Small : : + / .,. / .:: .r

I 1 CITRUS PROCESSED Ice Crea / HOBE SOUND AsubjectoftentalkedaboutIs AfwleFor( Fien
rORTHAM |
t Tampa. April :< fP'NSI-Evcry I Open: 9 a. m. Till U plj ELECTRIC CO. that parents ar to blame forJuveniles Designer Glass Blow!
fourth orange thenation's Closed Sunday.
Contrsctiaf
renal
I a-gaddtn' out and bes-
j I citrus ;; en'1 better Day PhoneHobe
\
than every second grapefruit 'The Place Where Sound 3271 -/sJ, mlrchln'"the'r good name. It 1508 Orange Aye. and Repairs

; ) have been finding their way toconJumers Friends Meet" Nile Phone never. dawns' on critics once that Phone 668 1 P. O. Box 832
movies could be
wrong, tn show
\ This bunt of In processed form Stuart 18S-J Phone 144-R
Winston Churchill in' Fort Pierce, Florida
OsceoU Ave.
111
I during recent years. according to scenes of violence and th'"Lovln'
{ .f by Jacob Epstein was recently .
t a study by Dr. F. W. Oelse chief kiss" prolong! You can't -- -

1 I. I don placed on exhibition, In a Lon. I'I'f agronomist of American Can parade that sort-a thing before ----- __ --- -- -_ .
gallery
f : ____ I Company.Waterfront. WHEN YOU'RE THINKING Ofj QUALITY sy a youngster's eyes, and not expect I
; ---" """"""-" J that It will bring a yen'to Stuart OFFICE: '.
; CONCRETEBLOCKS SEAFOODS do likewise! ..

l t Properti Formerly Cossaboon Th' stronfc resist, but th' weak Auto Camp SUPPLIES

I ALL SEAFOODS IN + may fall how far, one never _
AYmg the Indian and 8t, Lucie rivets, and Kobe Sound. ANDCONCRETE SEASON knows and we, as parents, Modern Cottages
\
Ocean Frontage / pen 7 a.m. 'Till 6 p.m. hav" our gall to permit off-color And Trailer CourtRENTAti [ For Everything In IV

I I ITEM; turd y s 'Till 8 p. m. I shows! A Western scene Is not flies Equipment LIESTUART
.i 'I lEI / complete unless some downs die IV MONTH DAY. WEEK '0 NEWS

J: c 1 I. L. DECK! NOON neat, a bumps off
gun a guy!
.1\\ BLAIR
and BAKER j
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Stuart, Martin County, Florida, in preventing excessive damage to local fishing and BEAUTY and great riches, as well as bodily TROPICAL} BIOLOGY! AN INTERNATIONAL PROBLEM \1 I: .'t.
by Stuart Dally News, Ine. a resort use of the St. Lucie River through run-off of freer Strength and all other gifts of that kind soon.,ass away, By E. J J. H. CoRNEa '\l-I",", I .t
s Florida corporation. water from Lake, Okeechobee but the splendid achievements of the intetUct,.'like the Botanic Carder, Singapore ,
Intend: M second-class maU' Mr. Broadfoot explained in detail the control problemby soul, are everlasting ." 'r*Y A University course In biology cannot (loll, to give the Impression :j I i," : '
matter at the post office at the Engineer Dept., and gave the local group a clear :
X. that the tropics are the reservoir of the science Life there abounds In a :, I ,
Stuart, Florida, under the Acts over-all picture of the situation. I multitude" of forms Unseen In temperate, -- In grandest, wildest :' n I' I
or March 8, 1879 Among i interesting facts presented was a rainfall table CANS/ SALLUSTIUS CRISPU8 Rtfiiw) / historian born and most eloquent contest, and the greatest, perhaps, of biological J 1 1,1'' !. f ,,:i
which showed that the first quarter of 1946 was 86 before Christ said that-ft'and today his I
A FREE PRESS clearly years from the experience of( naturalists in the tropics. Many : i 1 :
34 YEARS OF SERVICE the "wettest in several years and which may indicate words are just as alive and' trsq as then, althoughhe young biologists must have tried to reach this goal A few succeed I 1 'J I d 't' I'' b.
and I'll. aw.n D./b/. N... WM that we art, entering another '"wet cycle". Since Jan. 1. himself has been earth for 1,982 years Yes partof 1 '
of
.o.oiwoa. by an expedition, always too for real acquaintance with d t I d
...... way cursory
K t. TI .. Uoe 'In' .... 1947 Mr. table showed 12.45 inches of rain j "
Broadfoot's the mud which soldiers trudged through fighting
.bli..a I 1. ew..t. ,t, la. our the new world, but to most It is a forbidden !land I have been among a
FREE PEOPLE {r.! : ... have fallen the big( lake compared to'5.06 in the same I II
A is. t. sa..a ii. on Hitler's legions in Italy' most possibly belonged '
the fortunate. For I have explored the wild forests and '
years
_..,.... many
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TIle TL
..... I. 1111. "'". It..... D.ar H..w. period In 1946, 2.9 in 1945, 6.58 in 1944, and 3.83 in 943., once to the frame of Sallust, sea,.shores of Malaya, and I have learnt that this early Impression is so : 'Hi' 1 I' '
...- D.e.M a. late These for the first 14 weeks of each year. 1'1i'l
l4 k. figures are I'
b".+rw? ... 0..ir a..5 lie true that temperate biology Is but a glimpse of the future if we can 1 \it I j I
a.aa rlaa. :... .,... a. As a result of the unseasonable rainfall ahead of THERE la no particular point in quoting him except thatIt .save from human destruction the wild, life of the tropici How to do Fi. ,
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what is usually the rainy season, in mid-March the big strikes me odd that voices from the dust of nearly 2,000 this and how there may be greater access to tropical biolcigy has become t ti I : i'' : t 1
.11I ,,_"!lINO.' ,__.O.._I Itmtft lake rose to 16.96just four-hundredths of a degree less and more' truthfully than
ago
lIT r. LYOHa.- _._Jk<......... a...... than the maximum safety point of 17 feet and last Wed moot of us living t day. They hit the nail more' neatly on my Vim'Wa, i.rN or TROPICAL lars I t t fl'! 1 II I''

8V'B8C1UP'nfN RATES nesday it stood at 16.41. .- the head-perhaps because they had a devotion to the With tome exceptions, as sea-weeds; whales and phytoplankton, I 'j 1 J J,1,
JIoII'' 0.. r...--..... Twt1.W .. y- _____u... The control operation' I is aimed at maintaining the truth which is ,lacking on the part of our civilization.MOS'r which are the more.remarkable tropical phylum ", 'r, '! (I \\,1
, "... -.... .e ..,u..,.... ''hoe ..._._ n".es t... right lake between two levels, a minimum of 14 feet which guarantees and most classes of plant and animal have their retrospect headquarters every in die I 4 1 4 : ,
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.a..rl.r./' ,'-w 10 Nlwt.atlw/v.lr oat .u\IN kjmtoukl.to lie M_ to ..s.bltsslOa. .4.0... navigation on a 6-foot channel, and 17 feet, which of our "thinkers" it appears to me are mere [tropics Life has evolved through sheer exuberance where no seasons f : ; "' l' ', '
l is a safety factor based on the estimated ability of protec- ly searching for mental antidotes. They search not for distemper, and the temperate faunas and floral are but filtrates which I i: :t/ .f +,
MEMBER or THI ASSOCIATED PRESS tive levees to hold the lake in its bounds in event of hur the truths of nature in their purity, but rather search can pass the cold weather The happiest being Is the monkey, careless r ] "
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___ ricane.To with selfish purpose down little alleys. The devotionto In the high forest, free to leap In aU directions, with an outlook that Is, 1 I i' I j
=:::= oao.0:: C70 OClO OClO keep the) lake within this bracket requires long- the essence of truth isjnissing.\ part of his own being ands heritage of superb senses and brain enough JJI 1 li{('J' t !

Worthy of' Meditation range action based on hydrological data rainfall figures to enjoy them, The morning cry of the gibbon Is an. early song of t I i.r. '.'
a dezen stations around Lake Okeechobee, and searched for ) I
from half a THE PHILOSOPHERS ancient Greece Innocence And what do we find? Monkeys are studied in Cages or .1)1 1 I 1 11
zoc OQO-oao: : -=====:aOElOa:::==::::lOW current information on the amount of water being brought! pure truth and were universally esteemed and respected. for from their normal surroundings, and the very forests where thev I r, :,'I' I

have got to create what I call policy conditions or into Okeechobee from the Klssimmee River Valley plus They gave us the Very beginning of the Idea of the dignityof were born are known mainly from dried twigs: 'The living products I ,I,;e r
scientific predictions as to what ran be expected. In other mankind, the nobility of the soul, the freedom of the in- ,.I )
,litkal conditions of such a character that will achieve the tropics are so distant that they pass as oddities instead of signsThe I ll-1 ll1of ;
words, the Engineer Dept. must try to outwit Nature Data divilual. In this era of materialism they would have muchto I ''i !
ree purposes. One ia to make unnecessary the use of na- palm, the bamboo, the durum and the papaya are living beaconsof ;1 & I
,nil armaments at all, and secondly, if international now on hand indicates more water coming from skies so say-bet who would listen? the past. I illuminating 1 both to botany and Zoology, but their titlesmust i. ,i 11 i
the policy is to attempt to keep a step and a jump ahead by !+II
hey wins, then all scientific development will be usedr sound as strange In temperate ears as those of early voyagers 1 I 'f f fIt 1I
peaceful purposes. Instead of frontiers bristling with continuous" discharge I THINK that our system of education fails miser- What profit Is there, the explorer will be asked. 1 "I' r
Ins. we must attain a state of peace In which the mind Most of that discharge' is coming at present throughSt. ably to pass on to the young the spirit of zestful inquiry should be an axiom that a biological thesis without tropical! back- r' I t II( :' !

: man i Is turned toward his economic and cultural, developent Lucie Canal. Shoals are being removed on the Caloosa- into the unknown. ground Is a partial exposition For Instance what is the tropical aspect } (If I .1 .t 111 1
without fear > And the third purpose is to makeepeat hatchee It is probable that there may be an appreciable of seasonal change of symbiosis and parasitism of warm.bkxidedness, ':;,;; : a
reduction in the St. Lucie flow in 30 days or so when the THE SPIRIT of desire to know seems missing It is man'smost fj \ \ ,
, natural ourCel of the world available to all. of fat-and carbohydrate-metabolism, of fruits and wings, of social life I it\ 1
Ernest Bevin. Caloosahatchee again becomes available as- an outlet vital spirit, the spark of hope which links him with and human evolution.with all the natural toyi, hooks, giapnelsspears. : a',' \ I .
unless flood conditions continue.Mr. divinity. Perhaps we are, all too "self-centered" and "self- ropes, cups and other utctosils of the tropical forest One hardly knows I t1", ':
Bradfoot full consideration to the problemof ish" for thought these days unable to accept a '0 I I I i
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gave pure how to thinking on such lines. A deciduous tree in the }
UUIUIIIIIIIIIII"Il ll1111111llliltlltl l IIIII I I II Il hill l1 n min III III mil ill l Ill llltll ll evergreenforest ;
the St Lucie River as outlined to him at the conference world which does not meet our desires or to think with ( Is oFten held to indicate temperate origin. This rtropital forest ,,A f, //.r.?
YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR -the fact that the muddy Okeechobee water does economic facts which go'against our grain. Then we have become is one vast protoplasmic nerwoik of continental extent its humus of ""I i ''I ,1 ,,

I asmuninmumuuutuniutthmuuunnuiauuwmdnuuuuuuu unin damage to our commercial and sport fishing, and resort woefully weak Only those who love truth more than SMnhiottt complexity beyond computation, and its trunks and branches '''t !
t'ntetprlses'and sent Hubert A. Land,-official photographer themselves gain a glimmer of the majestic reaches of manifold, lines of arboreal direction, The yard-wide flower of( Rafflesiu, I {,}\ \
.Saying goodby to an old friend is always difficult.. over here Thursday to take photographsj the river thought. If I were a teacher I would never tell a child sUmless leafless and rootless is a reality. not a monstrosity, bespeaking t I! "I'1, i
laude Massey wasn't a "big shot" in the business world;; condition. Photographer Land took pictures which showed that we "know" anything. I would say: "This is what we zenith of parasitism for which no fossil record trd, but ,' II' I
e bad no aspirations I involving gold or glitter; he was just muddy Okeechobee water pushing back the clear: ocean think we know." which must be deducible from tropical biology Cold.blll: animals ', l'r

piper salesman who learned early in his career that per. water 3 miles at sea south of St. Lucie Inlet and apparentlyextending E. L. are warm.blooded In the tropics" compared with their temperate allies 1 '..10'. Ir'::
ulity and friendship are the best tools salesman five miles or more to sea. 't" .. .'
any can --' Bats, squirrels lizards and frogs have learnt to fly in the forests, as a j
iv_with them he sold paper when there was no paper I Mr. Bradfoot will report on his findings to the U. S. WORDS ARE LIVING THINGSBy natural step from branch-hopping where fruits flowers buds and Insects i\ (i

,tell Claude was my oldest friend in the business world. Engineer office at Jacksonville, He was factually coopera Ferdinando D. Maurino Abound so why not birds and pterodactyls? Malays call the pitcher- 'i ,
bought piy first order of paper from him when I hung up tive. The task of the Engineers is primarily: to keep the big plants "monkeys'cups" by a tradition which may exceed all history. Did l1;
rihlngle in Stuart 23 years ago, when I didn't know bond lake within its specified bounds. That objective comes How strange it would seem if we spoke of language their forefather learn to spin tops with tropical acorns and betel.nuts i II i If I
spec from any other kind. Through good times and bade first. In the course of. attaining it, the Department, quite as of ordinary people I Yet, languages are complete organisms (nearly. big as "window.breakers". ), to play shuttlecock with Diptero- i I .. '
proved to be a loyal untiring friend. When the 1923 naturally does not wish to injure us, the farmers aroundthe with feelings like human beings, like yours and mine. carp fruits, and to weave doth from the pattern of fibres In palm- ,
coin collapsed and the banks in Stuart failed when the lake-or any other "local Interests." Insofar as pos They are born; they live; they fall In love ; they marry; sheaths It not, why were they so dull? ;
epresaion hit in 1933 and there was no money in circula- sible The News believes, the Engineer Dept. is keeping they have children;, they die INFINITC: : PHYSIOLOGICAL VAHIKTY /I. I ii
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on with which to buy paper other salesmen grew cold or these "secondary interests" in mind, and if Nature will turn Millions of years ago language now largely unknown, A knowledge of tropical life is essential to appreciate not only the t
Afferent but the ripples made no difference to Claude,, off the faucet we can look for relief. If Nature doesn'tw began to afford man the means with which to express realms of biology and anthropology, but tile possibilities of( modern "t
hen times came that I could not pay my paper bill, Claude are going to have to "take it" or "do something aboutit. himself. These languages died together with the people laboratory science. The huge variety of tropical organisms, to many t f, -
diced his company to see me through. When times 1m- ." I who had spoken them but like the people who had given of which grotesque means the spontaneous development of 1 I'' ,
roved and I discounted. my paper bills again, Claude That boils down to "our little red wagon, in whichwe birth to other people they also gave birth to other languages physiological appear processes on special macroscopic lines, and they are tho I ,, rS;
ever mentioned it. Many have been the times that Claude must either go it alone or establish common Interests Latin, for example became the mother of many pointers the experimenter is As organs rather than organ. '1 t f bS
*walked .into our\ printing plant, found us snowed undersllJol2a..wlelt"tLhil with others. There are several long-range, possibilities present languages./ These languages themselves came isms are studied to understand meta processes,so the.same'ostural t 'I)1;
J coaUandjUrted.feeding a The most reasonable, it appeario. The,News, is the Iwth.; -abMb1'the--vnIoJl'"tYhn.ny dialects: which as it were, intermarried analysis of form and function In tropical abundance! will assist physiology \ j 1. .,,'i'..f
a. If there ever was an unselfish, .sincere kindly est off-the establishment of an effective flood control after a courtship of several hundred years. The intricate symbiosis of many tropical organisms and the exaggeration l i
r a century. Theway, he Jived, his cordial, cheery greet drought'relief and flood control. The next and more Im- 'some feminine, others neuter. English is one of the few diJfi<'UIt'or impossible to detect in the severely restricted and handicapped i
f,hu constant consideration of others sold so much paper mediate possibility, it again appears to us, is to. ask the languages which does not make a differentiation, but even temperate life. The tufts of algal filaments along the edges oi i I Ir'('

>chin that he over-sold his quota year after year. Despite Engineer Dept..to put their experts to work OQ the probe In English we sometimes give a'definite gender to things tropical leaves, of small lichens, algae,liverworts and even, mattes on .
ie severe shortages right now, Claude earned a good lem. We know what ails us-the muddy fresh water from as: "Look at that ship-isn't she beautiful?" This animism the uppersides of the leaves indicate exudations quite at variance:. with 1
onus on 1946 sales and far ahead of 1947 quotashen Lake Okeechobee but we're going to have tr ask themto Words also ,1\ j '
was of languages does not stop at genders may the usual idea of Impervius cuticle. The huge naked bud of the papaya r : ;I
his time came to put away his samples and turn his be the physician as to any practical plan for giving us be hurt or be sad as when they are mutilated by incorrect the moss of meristematic tissue In the bamboo-shoot the copious, em 4 :

,'b ever to somebody The newspaper men and print- relief.We spelling or when their meanings are Used incorrectly; but' bryo-sac Juice of palms, the latex of trees and climbers and the honey r ". i ion j. ,
* of Florida salute. you, Claude I did not protest the digging of the canalbecausewe they smile when we use them correctly and with elegance. which birds feed should provide many new avenues for experimental r '1 ,. \
S e a thought it would bring us benefits. It did in naviga When we look up the meaning of a new word that word research which the specific variation in the large genera of tropical or- I I' .: ;i
The most I have tion. We could not foresee that there would also be a for It is born and it lives.
interesting thing in office equipment comes to life that day us. gimisms will amplify r ,
Lard about Is high price to pay in silted river bottom and neardisasterto if the meaning of a word and '
in a long time ia the robot telephone Which However we forget LACK or SYSTEMATIC STUDY J
inufactured by Ipsophone Exploitation SA., Zurich,, our fishing and resort Interests when it Is used for flood we are too lazy to look it up; or If the word becomes ob- The question Is, how are biologists to reach this wealth of tropical 'i :..I

'itzerland The device known as an Ipsophone, auto- control. solete with the passing of eenttiras! then that word -dies life In the first place it must be realised that tropical} biology is hardly a '
aucally, records telephone messages which are receivedhen like all living things. When too many words die, a partor begun. Most tropical countries have not even (faunas".. and "}lots. d i, "'
nobody is on hand to answer the telephone. If the APPRECIATIVE OF COSSABOOM the whole of a language Is lost, as was the case with so that there is the greatest "difficulty in finding Il'C.'ntificllimel for '+

'mitt" ..Ia| not lifted after the phone has rung four.times,,, Herbert: Cossaboom, who manages the Civic Center many very ancient languages. The student of languages common reference. The systematic work is carried on mainly in temper i If { ,
fuller Bears. "Ipsophone speaking, Blank &; Co, ChiV for the CitY' of Stuart has had many a compliment on often feels this human tragedy of words; and when he studies ate Institutes where dead material is Identified from old collections; '
Your message Ja being automatically recorded, pleasant hours spent there by our Northern visitors, but some of the very Old, antiquated expressions he gives The method is a relic of the early explorations and is no longer suited \f Y t
,wayt' now" Then the caller can none, from his point of view have excelled the following them renewed strength like a doctor who restores some- tu the modem Insistence on the study of living organisms. A few i
ivt his message which .U recorded. The Ipsophone does verses pf poetry which dozen visitors,endorsed ; one's) health or life, even if it is only for a short time. applied biologists work on tropical agricultural, fishery forestry mediCM '!" litllillliilinilimiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
''lot jive the answer to the caller but when the owner reT Words quite often have story or a romance behind and. veterinary stations but except In India and Java, it can hardly .f'
he can hear all messages received in his absence. Or, AN ODE TO APPRECIATIONA them ; or they have a certain definite literal meaning which be said that there is any effort to develop pure biology as the science of a\\, "

it owner can telephone his premises from outside and the large white house, in the Sunshine State doth has been lost with the passing of years. Like a color which living things. Tropical zoos are practically nonexistent and botanical W 1
I>ophone will play back all the recorded messages for stand fades with time giving a new shade to its original pigment, gardens are derelict or understaffed. Attention Is being directed to ; ,.(, ;t1
"". Only the owner of each particular Ipsophona can 'Mid waving palms on the shores of the St these words have changed their meanings. We use the Improve and Increase the work of applied biologists, but the pure science, ', :, ;t ton o ii
hear the recorded' messages via outside phone, because an Lode grand. word president without fully realizing its literal meaning. which applications depend Is overlooked unless it is supposed that : o ? ,
Individually chosen combination of numbers must be Entering its portals there"you soon will see which, coming from the Latin is "on sitting before.. In temperate institutes can make good the deficiency But one may well tog

renounced into the phone before the Ipsophone will reproduce Spacious easy chairs games for young and the Roman times, as today, the person who addressed the doubt even If a school of tropical medicine In London can supply more t. ,
rooms
its messages. (This combination can be changed old senate or an assembly sat before It. than a preparation for the real thing. There must come somehow ,

it'will by (the owner.) He may then: record answers to the And a wonderful fireplace-when you are cold. The word senate itself (coming from'* the Latin sena- a migration of biologists to the tropics. Buildings equipment and land 's
wophone messages so that his business associates, who tus) means "an assembly of old people. In fact today we are easy to obtain compared with personnel and so the second point f ''
*> know the secret key, can phone later for such an What makes this house a second home to all? require Senators to be older than Representatives. arises. .' t
'eer Otherwise he can cancel all the recordings leaving What makes this house a joy to those who call? The word infant really means one who cannot speak Most tropical! countries, are without their own biologists their people bV, I', s
I'ie Ipsophone clear for another half-hour's recording of The answer is-our gracious Mr. Coasaboom, (Latin:)in-not; fan-to speak) ; and a baby in fact cannot having barely emerged from the primitive state of warring with Nature. ,u, a

coming messages.,'All operations, of the Ipsophone are our host.. speak., "Sftl Biology!< is generally the lust subject to be Introduced in official education 1"h' 4l+
eehanical, automatic and continuous without ''adjust. Stuart may be justly proud and can surely boastTo Cereal comes from Ceres, the goodess of the soil; and though li obvious that in countries so full of life and disease, ''hn' ) n b

'lots and faulty operation cannot cause any breakdown. have its Civic Center presided over by such of course cereals come from actually bacteria and worms, if not the wonder of organisms, are more relevant -leI" 4, I 1 I }
a.A.M. a man 'Sincere Is said to mean wa.. The than Shakespeare and algebra. The subject is considered a luxury "hI }t, q
Who will do everything for you he can. story seems to be that the Romans who used to have a without remunerative vocation and so, for educational purposes, the' ", j ''i. "

O g=:::::aag: **'::::' :' ==:lOElO-=====i .e rm tee friendshipever black market of their own, used to see cracked statutes vicious circle closes. One must suppose that, for. a long time, tropical 'i: i
Mr. Cossaboom's counsel l. guidance patched up with wax to cover the cracks. When the weather biology will remain In white or foreign hands. :.e P+ ,
TW WEEK'S POEM true was too hot however the wax melted and the cracks (Continued Next Week) : h 1 1mu1111nnUunuuunllllllllllltnntalnnuulnunnouunununnuuununnu
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olll.aoc: : -aoaOr--on: o Has marie,many happy with him-: never blue.. reappeared. After a while the people couldn't be fooled
Hia friend of 1947 will remember long forced to assure their '
were
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and the shopkeepers I
longer
.' FREEMAN extended to them-like a'song. any sine ,II if J?
tHE Jk His hospitality clients that the} statues were genuine, indeed sincere ( I
So farewell, Mr. Cossaboom our friend, without cera-wax), Letters To The Editor .;:
William
By Cowpera hours to
He J Is tna freema" whom the truth makes free. ,May apend.weal) meet next year more happy A radio Is a beam or ray (radius-a ray) on which ...................imiiHiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiHon. . ..... n'' '

That all are slaves beside. There's not a chain 'Signed : Mrs; LTda Niece N.'S.: Niece; Bert Simmons sound A travels.telephone is sound at a distance (from the Greek Ben C Morgan f" tot "
hellish foes confederate for his harm M. Kort, Mrs. Selma lb
Bertha '
Mrs.' -
Helen Simmons = .
Mrs. sound) Water Commission a
darn ft Fresh
t.lfar-and phone Director :
wan wind around him; but he casts ft off J. 0. Powell Anthony E. Kort Mrs. Edna M. Mazda the Persian deityof :r
Powell bulb named for FlaDear
I withes.o"5e A Mazda Tallahassee el.
I'P a& much ease as Samson hisgreen S. Kinman and Ruth G.
Mary
? Chapman Ed B. Chapman, Morgan'r/ )
looks abroad into the varied field wisdom or light Mr. 3
Ofitature Ayers. A clinic really' means a place with beds. (Greekklinikot This Is the only aheei of paper I have left over, that we used '
and( though poor; perhaps, 'compared i
< With those -pertaining to beds. Thus we use a clinic today In the battle. against the Seines In Martin County. We won that t1(
whose mansion glitter In his sight, '' .
( : CalU WELL'DON'T THEY' for patients who may have to remain in bed, although not battle. rh
II the
delightful all his 011are' tut best speeches
.His. scenery his Short speeches are'not always best, neceBBarllf"I I Ills against the law to seine In this county yet there are about ,
] the mountaiN and the'valle1 GUroer Texas
,And tile rivera always seem ahorWThe Ro-Tater, Neon actually means a "new" from 12 to 1} tarred seines operating the county' the present time. '
reaplendent His to enjoy '
When that element was discovered, the good work. Keep Okeechobee Is the Fresh Water f
h meaning new Keep up
; a propriety< that none can feel, Itl only living on the leyel that can raise the level no it i "new", 's7 '
who, with filial confidence Inspired not knowing what to call it;they called column, and preserve against natters for the benefit of the
of out livinr. .l salt In-ancient times a pay of Florida for all time.
t life SUir-Lat-- t ), I Citizens, of the State
to heaven ait unpresumptuous eye, prlnclplel'tnd they are soon liqui for
soldiers
down the
Water our to
nd smilln,; 'My F&er'made them aiL* called l.rium, salt money was given Sincerely yours
.
ay Ii.
dated. ; STANLEY KITCHINO,
Ll"tlhpm( .T .,Wi**** Mornln WalK-: / ) what's their Salad-labon. (Itl.-.. .- alted), A salad; thus'. was Chairman, ;,

STANDING' W" "' It'isn't who's right _but right a salted or seasoned dish. 's, Florida Inland Navigation. District,

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One' law"t his wife and upTn himself makes a pretty small Stuart Fla. u
jkand who days, down the A man wrapped ". YOU CAN'T WIN
apt! all her ..'ndment&-Rotarr Club ButetiJI.! : package just a bundle of nerves. think make'both ends A man that seeks truth and loves it must be reckoned
DUahcwa.) the should and,when Just,About the time you you can. '
he jo; to human ;
chHdla
oJ' Train up a meet, somebody. moves the ends.-Rotarjr News, Gadsen, precious any societyFerderIclc

.5! its world'tQt. judge people who art}( In a, n. I Is} old.he will. not,depart, from' Proverbs It. XXII. 6. Alabama.' the Crean'

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rI relating to tax levies of laws.. In
ST AUGUSTINE'S SHRIMP FLEET IS BLESSED The cross-Florida barge canal; Privileges, conflict hero, *
be and
hereby
1 SENATE FIGHT ROWELL AGAINST for Ordinary Purposes repealed,
I enlargement of existing S-foot ; Is hereby amended so
the
r Jacksonville to-Mlaml waterway same 3-Thls act tha0 iiJ
I to read as follows: effect. H
W, : and construction of Intracoastal (l Continued from page One) I as SPECIAL TAX LEVIES: *. In upon becoming Y 4w,

I; ON PRESIDENCY waterway between the Cal- of 1939" | addition to the foregoing levies
oosahatchee and Anclot River
City official said that the lawin of not exceeding\: :29 mills, said
Projects authorized but for no way changed the tax power Commission of said muni-
City
\ TOPS 2ND WEEK which no funds are available: for bond and Interest raising cipal corporation shall also levy

Enlargement of harbor facilities purposes, but repeated the wordIng and collect annually upon 1U
f at Jacksonville Lake Worth, amendments -i
of prior empowering
taxable property aforesaid such $TO
'i Solon. Debate Resolution; Tampa, Miami, Hollywood, Canaveral Incorporating the 1-mill sum as may be necessary to pay
; deepening the 8-foot levy. Reason given for the H six
Assaulting' State Building the Interest and to provide a
.j j Jacksonville to Miami i
waterwayto enable the
to '
mill Increase was
f Program fund for the ultimate redemption
12 feet, and extension of the the sinking is
i By ALLEN MORRIS 1 city to more fully\ publicize of any outstanding

Tallahassee, April 24 Upsetting 7-foot Atlantic Intracoastal waterway area* advantages > bonds of the city or any bonds
from Florida Bay to Key Here Is the bill In full: j ,
of the tradition o( rotating, West Gen. Wheeler laid. which may 'be Issued in accordance

i the Senate presidency between eJ'w' ,.wa A BILL with law to pay any Judgments
North and South Florida I. The congress agreed to sponsor -
over and
TO BE!: ENTITLED 1 against the city, any
) shadowed all else in the second, a bill In the Legislature which sum that may be commanded to

week o( the LegislatureThe I would divert all tax revenue from AN ACT to Amend Section i be levied by any mandamus Issued ti6

presidential tug-of-war,! the sale of gasoline for use In of Chapter 20.143, Special Acts against the city. oecyySealy

with its ramification stretching boats to the' Improvement ofwaterways of 1939, Laws of Florida, being ; THE CITY COMMISSION of

across the year ahead so convulsed i In the State An Act to Amend Section 78 the City of Stuart shall ,have

the Senate beneath the, and Section 79 of Chapter the right and power to levy a d
surface that there could be little STUART TRIO ATTEND 18892. Special Act Of 1933 special tax annually not to exceed -

settling down to Illative PENSACOLA MEETINGS Laws of Florida, Being "An one mill upon the real and Fat 4at le s
I affair Act to Abolish the Present
In said to
Mrs Lime Fripp J. P, Wilbur of the personal property city
In changing the pattern of I Municipal Government be assessed and collected as Real Es to InsurausF
and Dr. F B Eurlt attended Martin
a
In
of Stuart
I City
succession! by following 1947'president .other municipal taxes are assessed
S. D. Clarke of Man- meeting of the Grand Lodge and County, Florida, and to Create, and collected for the rite or I e
I Rebekah Assembly In, Pensacola .
Establish And Organize a Municipality
tlcello with Newman C. Brackin,
I purpose of giving publicity to
last week. and JOHN E.
to be Known TAYLOR
another North Floridian the the advantages, facilities and
i South Florida group of six Senators -I While on''the trip the trio Designated as the City of Stuart the products of Stuart and the OsceolBldff. Phi, IK,
made possible the election made a sight-seelifg tour of and to Define Its Territorial section surrounding' STUART
Pensacola, took a special trip Boundaries and Provide ,
of one of their number at the
1949 caucus for the 1951 presidency into Alabama and called at the for its Government Jurisdiction Section 2-All laws, and parts
The Rev, William F Balfe read the Scripture during annual ceremonies blessing the shrimp fleet State Capital where they met Powers, Franchises and

With the presidency out of In Malanxas Bar, St Augustine Governor Caldwell and Representative Privileges, Relating to Tax v

the way, the Senate became embroiled Marvin H. Rowell. They Levies for Ordinary Purposesand
In long debate on a resolution FEC Will also visited the Ctfd; Fellow home Special Tax Levies BS: IT
by Walter W. Rice of Inaugurate AID WITHHELDON In Gainesville ENACTED BY THE: LEGISLATURE Announcing New Low

Orlando which 1 II a likely forerunner Burt Wooten of Jacksonville !: OF THE STATE OF

of heavier assulta on the Summer Schedule was chosen the new grand master FLORIDA
building program 'with which SundayThe WATERWAY at the Pensacola session and SECTION 1. That Section :2 I

Governor Caldwell has been so I Mrs. Norene Massen of Arcadia of Chapter 20143. Special Acts '

closely Identified. Florida East Coast Rail I was elected a* new Rebekah of 1939, Law of Florida being SUMMER RATES'

Meanwhile: the prime project way will inaugurate its summer PROJECTS HEREFWC president. The next meeting/ Is "An Act to Amend Section 79

for this session of many peoplein schedule Sunday, It was announced HomeDemonstration scheduled In Leesburg About of, Chapter 18892, Special Act

and outside the Legislature, this week by George L.II 800 attended the Pensacola of 1933, Law of Florida. Being Effective Immediacy!

enactment into law of a revolutionary Oliver, FEC passenger traffic meetings, It was reported. "An Act to Abolish the Present
program of education. manager in St. Augustine. j Reject Resolution For Municipal Government of the

was snagged! In Senate committee. All summer trains will be Lack Of Authorized BIG INVESTMENT City of Stuart In Martin County, Charts -
diesel-powered In both directions NotesBy Fund Florida and to Create, Establish 24 Npur / Service

A number of senators claimed with the possible exception of I MISS LUCILE INSCOEIn Jacksonville April 24 Florida and Organize a Municipality to

I the program had not been explained -' two dally locals. Nos. 29 and 30, The Florida Waterways Con- taxpayer have a $220700- be Known and Designated a* the PIERCED
to their satisfaction, and Oliver laid Also the running I gress, meeting In its 11th annual 000 Investment In 128 publicly. City of Stuart, and to Define Its FORT $ too

they wished the executive secretary .i time of the dally No 5 the Gulf thinking of health, the first session last week end In Mt owned airports In the State, It Territorial Boundaries and Provide WEST PALM BE\CH ...__... 11.00
I. of the! Citizen Committee i Stream, will be cut one hour to thing that comes into the mindis Dora, withheld action on two was revealed by a State .aviation. for Its Government, Jurisdiction !

on Education, Dr. Edgar L Mor- provide better southbound connections cleanliness. To be clean and projects directly affecting Mar survey Powers Franchise andDINE FORT LAUDERD E -. _. ._ 2140
phet. to discus particularly the for all to "feel clean;' we must have tin County and Instead devoted
I morning!} arrivals MIAMI ___... 27.21
---- -----
.,17 formula used to give each county in Jacksonville and enable clean surroundings This make Its effort to projects for which

,. its share of the money. the northbound train from us clean mentally a* well as fund Have been authorized. and DANCE" Lr6ARASOTA ._ ___._ ,.. 42.50

f The Legislature did, however, Miami to meet all night departures physically > The local project, which were TAMPA .......... .. _._ ..,.*.5 ._ .42.50
get with, few
through dissentingvotes from Jacksonville.. Now that the winter I ta over discussed at the meeting by '

r' the $2,000,000 appropriation The dally No. 1 Miamian will (If there 1 II winter In South Commodore Stanley Kltchlng, AT JACKSONVILLE / m 72.00

10 the State might turnover be continued In service all sum- Florida) It would be a fine thing chairman of the Florida Inland ORLANDO __ .. .34.50
I land -
I private to the Federal mer, Oliver announced but will to launch a private cleanup Navigation District, Include!
S r Government for the long-pro- pas east coast points earlieron week In your own yard. Get the deepening of the St. Lucie Inlet SEYMOUR'TASTKV N PHONE
jected Everglades National Park. and the Jacksonville-Miami
Its southbound trip than at whole family Interested and
I I present I make a picnic of it, not a project intracoastal waterway. The FWC ELICIOUtr FOOD (Sandwiches, Coffee antfcold Drinks

The condensed schedule of( You will be surprised\ how 1* composed of Individuals and Sw Available at the \fport)

DANCE REVUE the FEC for Stuart effective I your neighbor catch the spirit concerns representing every wa- Mixed DrinkKk or on Draft

1 Sunday Includes: and it will spread like measles. terway project In the State, W. C Bums M
HEAR GENEJTrNTstE SOLOVOX
SOUTHBOUNDJ.ptn Maybe the steps need repairing Kitching offered resolutionson ,

I GIVEN MONDAY or perhaps that pile of trash both project to the congress
N... .. 0.. Ill 1 p.nmH a. I which but neither were signed whenIt STEAKrTand SBtfOOD
'N.. a, c ".*tAr' *. N m. you never meant to leave
No I. Gull at1..m-Ar. .ril p. w.N. I so long could be cleaned up. was decided not to back resolution SPECIALTYJensen Palm BeachAero Corp
., T. ..1.ml.B-Ar. I," t. mD Trim the for any project In the State OUR
t The pupils of Mrs. Bernlece N.. U. .x *ht E......-*. I'M .m. shrubbery. Clean out ,
Alken Dance 'No 11. H..... ....'.-Ar. 4.*> r 01.I the crevices and corner of the for which fund lack authoriza ach SEYMOUR GIDEON
Studio of Ft.
yard. Get rid of the rat Give tion. The Stuart representativestated
l I Pierce presented their annual NORTHBOUNDNo. the chicken yard a *genuine both projects In themselves Owner W/ HAM FIELD STUART,

revue, "Spring Frolics", at the If Diylirht ......-L.. I.41 .... cleaning. Do with have been authorized, but
'+ G Martin County High School N,. B. (.h..plOll-L.. 10,66, a. .... I away any
I Auditorium N. t, ""..,..-- ... 6:68: p. s. mosquito breeding place Doa felt funds for one or both would
% { Monday night. 'N.. 4. ...._ not be
Gulf B' U IS: ? p. m. hangup Job. Then stand off forthcoming much before
The flower-bedecked stage N.. ,. H'.."''OChlra..L.. 7 J* ... ,o. I
a few weeks before the
'
was the for ,._ 76 H..." Smut. -Lv 1141. m and, look at it and see how na-
loveliest setting some of the :'1-tiu, ...... ;proud you feel. It beats a Saturday tional elections next falL
,
most talented
dance
I Kltchlng rejected resolutionon
1 acts Stuart has ever teen! The It was explained by the Stu- night bathl! St Lucie Inlet asked "unqualified

: skill of the petite dancer, due art office that this Is as "advance I approval to the im- i
"h to the expert Instruction of Mr. proof" of the schedule An inside cleaning hint:
provement" of the Inlet the
I 1 I, Alken was enchanced by the and consequently Is subject to A dish mop dipped In liquid l by
FWC and that the
national
will collect all
< brilliant, attractively-styled costumes last-minute changes Howevernone the dust on bedsprings IfIL
Is : and wax also helps prevent Congress "be requested Immedi-
I' worn. The agility and versatility expected by this office ately to make such .
approprla.tlon"
I rusting springs. Dust will
of the young pupils was Also It was reported by W. D '
,f. as would be
hot for
f amazing Brunson, FEC district collect as It does when kero- necessary
freight
1 ,, r The agent in West 'sene has been used. the work. Kitching estimated
for the Palm Beach
accompanists
I r revue that this lum at $50,000. The Intra
'1 Miss Dolly Hewitt and Mr*. the ICC has decided to hold at i I coastal waterway
project will
I When laundering large
y Jack King, were presented with present levels the freight rateson or cost
; heavy articles in an ordinary approximately $12000000Kltchlng ,
awards, and northbound
\ acknowledgments produce ship
I
tub, not in said, adding that $40
a washing machine
ments ;
i' were made to the which
mothers of all were subject to
000 ha
already been
w the dancers possible upward revision April I fasten a small safety pin over appropriated
I ;. Six Stuart children Brunson emphatically denied any badly stained spot before for the preparatory engineering
participated
I putting It in the tub. The work on It. This Job although \
In general spot
the number They Included any freight rate Increases -
,'f Ii then a slow process is
can be now
I readily found and
Annette O Day, daughterof are In sight I
under way, he said
I e Mr. and Mr. John O'Day; given extra care iltWIiif IP
j,, I Gloria Cabre I As a further step in effort W
daughter of Mr '
M I I and Mrs. Black marks made on hardwood to acquire approval for these \ **zzaz
Henry Cabre
f Davey, daughter of Dr. ;and Sandra Mr. AIRING GIVEN i floor by rubber sole and W two T.project Ella ,of Kltchlng Fort Lauderdale appointed

r I'' Walter F. Davey, and Nancy, heel may be removed with turpentine to represent the Florida
:'j, Jane and Betty Morrison, daughters I; Navigation District at Inland
CITIES' FINANCES the national
of Mr.
I i.. rlson and Mr. M. J. Mor riven and harbor meet. 1

I Proceeds from the affair PAT RILEY WRITES Ing In Washington May 2 and 3.
-
However view of the
I which was attended by a near- Tallahassee, April 24 The FROM( NAVAL HOSPITALPat futility of any further action apparent by
capacity crowd were turned .
Florida
over League of Municipalities ----- a
+ representative of the district,
I "II 1 I'. I Ir to the high school band fund. threw a broadside of facts at the Riley, who was long a Ella and Kltchlng have decided

r 'r I House Committee os Finance figured Stuart with his motorized against attending the
: NEW TOMATO meeting
I i ., SALE and Taxation early this week In wheelchair-with which he At the FWC meeting It was i

PRICE: RECORD SET an effort to demonstrate that defeated his physical handicapshas pointed out that destruction of
cities are In dire need of a written from the U S. water hyacinths in the North

Fort Pierce, April 24 The in State-collected revenues.shar'j Naval Hospital at St. Albans, L. I. Fork of the 8t Lucie River Is
record high $1410-a-crat: price Little hope 1 Ia held for where he has been a patient being continued and a cooperative

k for tomatoes set here a week to get out of committee, but at since the first of the year. For beach aroslon study has

ago lasted only four days until least the league 1 Ia getting an those who wish to send a cherlo been completed at Jupiter Island

G. a new mark was set Monday opportunity to air cities' financial card his address 2470 University Every waterway ptfject In the

when 1,180 crate were auctioned plight. Among other facts I Ave. Apt. 4-0, Bronx, New York State was represented.
off at an average price of it was pointed out that cities City 83 1

.<14 40, It was reported by Market lost ,562,000 In 1946 because of WORK TO START SOON
Manager M. X:. Williams. James homestead exemptions alone. i He states that his name 1 Ia on ON I STATE WATERWAYS
McOee I Ia The league a long waiting list for transferto
market auctioneer. request are based Florida Mt Dora, April 24-W) An
I Recent market sales Include on four point: Bay Pine Hospitalat estimated Federal
191 crate at $1510 1. Florida la now urban'State St. Petersburg where be spent expenditureof "'
grown by an $2,000,000 ha -
J. four and a half month In ben authorized 'r at:+MtJ1/JrTw Rm4o \
1938 -
? Becker and with
Trueman, 292 crate more than two-thirds for five waterway project In
i i at $1350 grown by Pearce Produce of Its population living In cities after he crashed his vehicle going Florida, Lt-Oen. R. A. Wheeler. -4.
I long Into Jen-
and towns. ,
Company, lit crates at chief of
4 $15.40 grown by L. B. Smith and 2. The cities must pay all the'men ueacn the annual Army meeting Engineer of the,Floe told D THAT LIGHT, MI ER// Don't smoke is die w
t all wile unti
t Company, Hi crate at $14.10 cost of serving the tourist trade, "ThIs hospital Is of wood", he ida Waterway congress here. Icy Is low and the
grown by Smith, 78 crates at except for State highway! yet writes, "and like a good sized The project are; Widening woods ar ry,
$15.30 grown by Peacock: and they receive none of the revenue town,with about 10000 patients and deepening of St Johns The match you're u r"< may be i forest Forest fir

a Kelly. 61 crates at $12.40 grown from the highly productive The ward 1 Ia 200 feet long with River from Jacksonville to ocean .o or $30,000,0001 Three-quarters of our *. cause untold oun ly'y

by Leaf and Cross 82 crates at taxes which tourist pay for gasoline 48 bed In each and all are full $1,500,000 deepening of 8t sun" ,000,000 forcer* loss i is man-caused. Seedling sod young trees that wjL ba

$13.80 grown by Odom and Roger and racing' all the time We have a fine Johns River between Palatka and vided tomorrow's bom**, pep a. .

. l *, and 79 crate at ttto S, Additional revenue must be theater and movie every night. Astor Bridge, $24,000; widening Don't umKf that kX match carelessly sway too are gone forrver in a bi 'which

grown by Ned Summerlln, found for municipalities It florida Once a week we have movie in of Tampa Harbor, $207,000, ; completion Break it in a Jed/ the burned end., it have prevented. sm might
I Ia to
continue to grow and I the ward for the bed patient of new spillway for St it's hot
NURSE WEEK OBSERVED prosper a* the cities cannot now and other entertainments for Lucie Lock, $150000. and straigh a aria your fingers, it' hot Help the tree f

provide needed service for present which they mon the pianos all tening fit Marks River channel enough to start re. This also applies harvest. The r S9g rap

, Jacksonville,'April 2-Florida population over a* easily as baby carriage $94000. to your cig r asbet into the is for y furs Isis: t 1,
1 Ia taking time out this week to 4. Tax losses for municlpall- .A Catholic patient-when he Advance planning for this ewrA. and 2.. atop br.a i G,4. your

pay tribute to her blue-clad: armyof ties due to homestead exemp- is able--wheel* m* a half mile year has been for recently-au- Under yoThis.

mercy-her more than 305 tion I* constantly growing. Revenues to Mass; If not, an attendant thorized new construction and

public health Dunes and 39 amounting to $3800000 wheel me. I have no enemy for work on projects for which A red by
supervising nurse*-.Joining the were lost In 1939 But by 1944 here except the weather and am no construction funds are available -

rest of the country in observing'ublie the figure had turned to 15800000 ,- looking forward to getting back Gen. Wheeler said THE

Health Nurse Week I and in 1948, .$7,583000, _Into the Florida sunshine" These latter projects Include; STUART NEWS






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BOY. 20 MONTHS, 2 DIE A3 COLLISION TOPPLES BRIDGE I \i. I'j ,
ADVERTIBEMEIIT /
NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES PAWNED IN LAKE New "AirLetter'Service ABSTRACT FIRMANNOUNCEMENT LEGAL .
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NOTICE P UNPAID DELINQUENT I


The Comity Agent's Colin* Flke J'uneralaemcea Tuck, .20 months for Lawrence, who flY 1rP to StartIn TANGIB TAIP EM PERSONAL TAXES WHOSE RAMP PROPERTY AEE 4'To JI'i) 1 i

drowned
Friday afternoon in
LISTED ELOwt 1
JoHnton i ,
)>
By L M.
North Lake at Port Bewail, were
Pk... t .0ea 5050 Fw, :rob wI.J. t tof
held Sunday at Johns Chapel US. Tuesday per. .gabs{ 0, Mr t .neat .
by: the Rev W. G. Aldrldge, pas I Iy .ppdt. C r ,.,patra a Send .J. Jl
Lily production In Mar- Salt II'continually being given tor of the Methodist Church. bob., .h a.a.t cp.U 4.11.. i
t
grater ,
County is growing by leaps off by the animals body: In Burial was In Waveland Ceme Ten-cent alr letter" service ,Inst rte Whkh tan have es bnrIbk b.. ..0..w.d prop. ) ,. ,
.
bounds To date w. have horses this} amounts to 1 gramsof tery: at Jensen Beach. to all foreign countries will be ...a.t/ pen, T M, ear5, s.d that I : .1 IJ"IJ"I. I

!1 havernour salt in every )pound of per- The child is survived by his Inaugurated Tuesday: It hat been 1. nn N/d/ a bd.n N. I, '1 1pnprlp

Sw really growers spiration. There la a gram of mother, Mrs Dorothy Tuck; a I announced by: the Poet Office y a-r, IY ..,v, will I .I.t; 1\ /I.

.11 'virus deseas .known a* salt in every: pint of cows milk grandmother, Mrs Franklin D. a.a r I Department. First day: sales will sp::: ,direr pro tp kvr 1s to r.ea4 : t'

'Oak-. In their Barter lilies.nJert Jones; a brother. Franklin Ellen :\- 4 be conducted In. Washington rn, N when th.e.a :

have been receiving Another up and coming taster, : Tuck, I, and an uncle, I after which the sheets win\ be sold b 5011 0. rw.1 .Id.111 l/.fit/ tMs, M j.} .1' 1 1 ,

lieroiat Inquiries tot planting Lily producer the acreage owned I Lawrence Jones.COAST 4 available shortly In all Post Offices 8.bs.n 1 b .eleea : > i r'

sock I certified free of this dese- by Mr. and Mrs. H. Q Hupfel, 7K i Olba Ts L 1''. 57550 1551Papla's : 1'1im '

Jr, whose farm Is located on; The air letter sheets'la the ad..' F.. ion 5t1O {'jl i{ f .

Among the leading growers of the waters of the North Fork post-war sequel to the V.Mall. Trvpial I b ,' :11; ..
eountj the1 and Is a very: picturesque GUARD +t, gh h .." I .
. Lilies In our place. Unlike V-mall. however, air let a. W. P r ..., I 'I
rarms owned and operat- The Hupfels have approximately ter sheets will not be photographed J.John a. Y se 01, 51.01. 5" -
t ,
Ti.bJ )lI'. and Mrs. George Pnronlmus. lea thousand bloom producing The envelope when antM ,. > I .
At the present time bulbs, and approximately aoo WILL INSPECT folded bean the words "air let 1:1: : \ t ,I.

hey ban approximately ISO toM thousand smaller bulb that will ter" and "Via Air Mall Par 0'D., I :U; *.!*f!f' t .
bulbs large enough be of sufficient size to wa P. Usk 5504 r. .I > HI.TI
thousand produce Avlon. No Inclosurei are permitted ,. !' > 4 1,
< "
PssMr ,,11.
,produce blooms for next year'st blooms another season Mr BOATS HERE 9Here If anything la Inclosed N.r alts, Sad. 1.... ., ,l ,i :' J JNr \

rop. in addition, they hare ap- I Hupfel stated that at presenthe these letters will be sent by surface -, /r ..... ,,1t/" ', 7 i I
Y ,.
thousand does not have any Eastr Lily: transportation. Messages are' / hoenb., 55.54N : : f I
produce the 1. B,0, d Ito, ,.e 4.41 : t.". 1 l.,
hit I will blooms for blooms for sale but according to to be written In the Inner aide Tnfn.e INS t
Martin Flotilla i Division its
County
market. Hlronlmus his planting schedule he will o. 55.5.0a ;1\, r 1 r'I'' '
[otterl Day: 8, of the Coast Guard of the sheets which can be fold- QulMnberry: L, s. oar, '
K M bal among other flowers. have blooms (for Mother's Day: Auxiliary will In the ed Into the form of an envelope: Ts Co ruc, CA, .f 1 1S

producing gardenias; 150 This farm has been Inspected national: participate boat on which Is printed postage Frank K: Qulsenberry.: former- d, tlslda '; I
courtesy Inspection Apdal '
u number by the State Plant board announced the of The i I .'
go thousand one or Inspector scheduled next stamp and bean regular air mall opening iJ'" ,

(tier gladiolus bulbs, and small .and found free of disease month program, It was announced here Is all that I* left of a bridge across the Pea River near markings These letters may: not annousced the opening of The LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT .1)

Mi of stalls\ for commercial yesterday C. Beckman Geneva, Ala, which collapsed and drowned two men when a be sent under registration Abstract It Title Insurance Co. NoraCE IyIa.els

State Plant :vice-captain by Harry of Division: 8 In, truck and an auto collided on It One of the victims was Thomas Air letter sheets manufactured -I in the Victory: arcade with Murphy Custr, Pkld., :,\: ''I

roducInspector has checked allI Since the cropping season .Is this area the Inspections will H. Coan of Montgomery" Ala.. driver of the truck. The other by private concerns under B. Almond associated as abstractor April 54, 1547 i, ,IJ-j I / I ''.1 l

I tcr Hlronlmus flowering about over and farmers are lookIng believed to have' been Dr C, P. permit at approved by the Post Almond has been Installing I NOTICR t HFRKUY GIVEN shot I II pa'a I I.
was year-old i
Gay
start May: $ and continue throughthe physician ,-,' to rtkr oJ Cfc.|.t-r lea,., t'+ I
die, and to date they are eertlei : forward to arranging\ for month, Beckman said .of Geneva.. The vehicles and most of the bridge sank in It feet Office Department, will be accepted and reorganizing abstract La.. d id. Apt,i at 1111, I.. I .
disease free and can be sold early fall and winter plantings.A of for mailing after 10 cents plants in Florida, and will .. ,h. Y ear ACT, SO, Idlo., '
r Flotillas of the 7th Coast water. dee.Ab.d 1, I. M.nb Couple, Pt. .1 i :
the United States. good practice to In mind an abstractor In Georgia :11
Djfhen In keep In postage has been affixed, It .1N M offs for al. SA publk o Y S I ({
Is the establishment of a sufficient Guard District, which I extends was announced. Ohio. Title Insurance connections br lb. his r s.d Mot ash bid M I

carrying capacity of Florida cover of summer legumes I from Myrtle Beach, 8. C., Traylor Announces Plans for, -- will be announced later cars b 10. r .t of M. Tro.ba 1b. i :.1lIn1es.l

I the grasses varies according on lands to be planted next alL to Key West, on the east Coast The firm now has 12 employed .M all bid In0,, .at to, Cnheu O4nd b r., 0.51.tar. :

and on which they are grown A very: simple operation Is to and St. Marks oiyhe Gulf Coast, CHURCH completing records to date from Nine .t 5544 rlah A. M, m e 5710der :1 ''I
0
I (.on the best lands,'' the cap- throw out 'the beds; level the colnducted a similar service to Beach for Negro ChildrenToo abstract material of the former Ill.,,sO.stem.Urn, 1, 7.fs Outdd.sad Or ht un1./Nl..t-.r/ ': I

.dtr ft one cow to .on* to five land, and plant either tesbanla boatmen last fall, the rice-cap l. niRRCTORY 'Stuart Abstract li Title Com 700 Oust wid 111 b, r.d crow ''I \
tain said It due to the .ae e.nel Mr .h which hen k a.
em; on light soils, It Is one cow or crotalaria, preferably sesbaala was pany Qulsenberry: said .ni.o"e ,l.t. ,a. A o n sad.sIII. .

1 ten to thirty acres. Pasture If your soil will produce successful handling of the proJect many people; talk too FIRST 'BAPTIST' t. ose h. of ell trokn ad \

iprorement pays.: this croP. This project Is Included In this district and the favor much about racial! problems, but COMMITTEES FORMED SIS "..... AY.IM M.dounh.v.d, o thor n.rsk will 0.sou

ill farm animals need a dally In the 1M7 ACA program, with which It was received by: too. few do anything: about It," FOR LITTLE THEATER .....REV.... PHIL MAI WILL, Pats I II IIr.I. f
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apply of salt, for health, growth and the government will reimburse pleasure and commercial boat Samuel W. Traylor said in an 5:15. a n. Bursas S...001 C5..tsd Lot a b See.5 fir dllba.5 ,also. sob'a, ,

nd reproduction. Salt should farmers at the rate of operators that Induced CoastGuard Interview this .week regarding The members of the Martin 11:15 Oas, a .s. Tr.lnln.aloalna U.W..bJ..... dayl.ba of r,. I4, 17 a as ,n ;
Little Theater held Po 'la
ted to animals regularly, just $1.50 an acre for establishingany headquarters Washington his projected plans for Bel-Air, County a 7.10. t. w. B..twn.i.O.d '.. Pal. Cat, P., ,. 1's f l Pe. "i ia.E
55 P N Oa. 15, TI. : ,
business meeting before rehearsal ...... .b.n e q I b
to adopt the A.fins 0. loo '
as his '
1 program a Port Bewail estate "The '
dl Is applied to automobilestheorise leguminous crop on cropland ..0en. al.
i to form to .Iha wr. _lId. dudntwo
Tuesday night. committees -
there will be .trouble. general/ function of the auxiliary: negro has a delinquency prob- wrvlaa : : I;
) he added. lem which he Is to face to be responsible for the .........- Lois Il 50,0 a to la t.,0 Bbok ; ;1'1
trying: ,
mechanics of the of 750' .. ._ Yld-.ak ,..,.. ..r.fe.. 0
Personnel making up the Inspection himself, and without the aid of production Plush :N. La 1 a ad tf to 1
R. ROGER HUBBARDURT SWIMMERS GIVEN Phillip Barry flay: "Holiday. FIRST BAPTIST B Jlrn .d Pot t t''
crew recently completed public and private funds and Psve.
101..-. CI .1 I 0, Pas. 55. "
IN ACCIDENT RECOMMENDATIONSApproximately a training' and Indoctrlnatlon Facilities anywhere near In pro- Erwin F Johnwlck, presidentof ELDER Co a. SA"Ea. Pats Pf B. Ca, eelkn 0.15, T.B. stl, 'tl 'f.I

1 t course In the latest provisions portion Or Roger Hubbard a real- : 60 per cent of election of the It*> .. w. Son** School
of the motor boat laws and are need.." following com II ,M .. s, Mormni w.-he.' i5 d 55 a... "P' al,,. JI''I" '
lent of Men was In "not danger- the nations 7000 yearly drown- thoroughly competent to deter- mittee chairmen: scenery and 7i 141. ... m Voung pwl' ...ttlnt. rid. P. SubdI 50, .f Net e .1 I
: To lend weight to this conviction a:00 ...... ,,. 1 S, I7,
mi* condition In Mtfrttn county Ings occur from May through mine whether the owners craft stage crafts Bill Steffans; lightIng t m.. Evalne &* 0 e.dton 5. T 9. '
W.4nc
'dar aL tIClrui
locpltal today: after an accident August, according to the American compile with. required laws or Is Mr and Mrs. Traylor: have effects, Johnwlck and C. H. I ..1 p n., MU ws.t pots. ......n. 'I" i

I Q which his auto was smashed Red Cross water safety servIce announced that a special beachon John: makeup, Phyllis Constance ourt ee.ll tell i'',
lacking In one or more Items of their estate Is reserved for THE CHURCH OP COD TRUtt ES OP THE I RNAL SM. ,
>I I Jut night. ; costuming, Mrs. Harris Pert 9..U Par EM0IOT PUND OI HE aTATEvl
equipment or safety installa organised groups of colored .._ R... w. F. Bro... P.... S \r rLIOAL -, ,It
Or Hubbard was believed ton The best way to Insure your tions. Boats that satisfactorily children and Is available for' R. Lowery: and stage properties, Chunk School It A. IIHoinhit WNIUMPr J. R. i EROY,

5e fractured his clavicle, some safety In the water, the Red meet all the requirements will Mrs. John W
nbi and perhaps his femur, and Cross Is to enroll In a swimming be their use when properly chaperoned Johnwlck appointed Robert 8u" ..4..r Nlrht T It MARTIN COUNTY.T. .
says given a serially numbered official The Traylors are especially """' Hj'b' YPE Tate. M. OUNN, D., r CI.-b. di-
I teas necessary: to take several caurse Graduated courses Inspection sticker for attaching Interested Hill Jerry LaPointe and C. H. JOscPH'a CATHOLIC .

tehes In cute on his head. He from beginning to swimmer and to the windshield This\ In Sunday Schoolchildren John on the house committee.Mrs. IT.n C......... A.a.esty. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

vu admitted to the hospital at Junior and senior life-saver are sticker, in effect, will certify and have selected a location Dick Dozier, Mrs Carroll T. I. GIIARY.: ..... DVCRTlMkllNTLEGAL THL LINTY JUDGE'S COURT IN
which attractive and U',".. wantsunder" t, t .04 15a
40 last night with Dr. Tal- available through Red Cross that the craft was found to comply F Ireland and LaPointe will r. AND F MARTIN COUNTY,

nidge Wilson attending, but no chapters.To with safe for their use handle the over-all job-of advertising Wool! D... ...11 .. .. NOTICE STATE FLORIDA,
all the of mica t FILING PETITION FOR
requirements .. ....
out taht humanitarian Pint FOilnd.r of .10 .nth 155 TO ALl TO I WHOM IT MAY CONCFRN
finial Traylor: pointed and while FI L DISCHARGE OFpMINISTRATRIX ,,
report was forthcoming all swimmers and wouldbe.1Vtmmerf the law. It will be so recognized programs C.nf..inn. aata.dtot' 4 te 5 5. wes ad5.s and TOLL INTERESTED PARTIES
\\eo(Ms rooming, by units of Interest In the negro Mrs, Gteffans will be In chargeof :- 4i0 a r. Notla b.nbe Item Tool o keor. ,
CoastGuard IN
the RecTCrosi the-fegular a I Wb.ESTATE 1
rec- Llad flub T adt5 .
and other minority is a Jupats Yes //I 1 W the Cltr NCit
1bt accident occurred Dr. groups a tickets. The making and
as unless violations a .. ,,. 1
ommends: are apparent art Staari. .dd. a as i. n. 15 N /t6. '
ubbarc1 was driving to Jensen good Investment in the future, placing of posters advertisingthe IOl7, es n..l.f Ol/p NaWA 5. N. J. CRF DECRASED 1

on the road due east from 1. Select a safe place far bathing No Individual reports will be since the itm may: com when play will be handled by EPISCOPAL ass Wnl Third SERVICES Iw.... .,.fit r ..It..at tor aaknet/a dUupM TO ALL, WH 4, M fibs IT MAY rise CON M to.NtNa1e .. +

& 1 When he came down the preferably l one supervisedby : cooperation of all citizens of the Miss Rose Czwerko Hill and SI M..,'. W :.Nr dead butldlnt SroNn M,; the fll.d sy flax Murn eat unu u 1 1Adanktstna '
made of, or penalties Imposed\, REV. R. M. fKNTUN MA, Lease rfh.. at of H. J.Green. .
: qualified life-savers. nation Is needed. He said ob a Blush 1. tla i C,',.'
Mrs Arthur Dehon.
grade where the road turns on the operators of boats on any: eu.dyt ., dress, !b.5 i ttl.d sp I ,
cross the Florida East: Coast I. Don't try to demonstrate which violations are found. In step towards better mutual understanding Mrs DeBerry, managing director T.to. A. M. Hdp... C..I0... Mst.' cndi b rasa pl.t M tM 1' Bak filed t.Id al. Paltle. for .abut/o/ 4 N..1dl.oh.raa
5,15\ A. M. Ch. a.ha4tl ; : ad .a, 1 .pplp to iMHonorrble
; ,
way: tracks, Dr Hubbard abilities you do not possess such Instances the Inspection and Helpfulness Is of the Little Theater, an- .,05 A. M. Flrel ..dapa/ raY seed, Drop r k loat.dA4r,1 An r L'lanl. Couatr
illtfl to make the turn hismosyntum 8. constructive, and that the evn- nounced that work on the play R.I. C..o.lo... on lb. BstN Nd of W, 5asM 5tr"rrt.p.roal.tel1 Juan .! Yu fit Plond. aM.I
and Don't beyond your depth, .
go crew will out the or v d iron Btan
merely: point Olio.. 8....,.. MorI.e. 're,'". ten, prov.l of M. !
Ie11 ante
carried him through either In the water or In a canoeor the Infraction: offer suggestions tual; solution of minority problems was progressing satisfactorily Tile. P. M. Yount Papk'. Y..O.e. Bad No. 5 141, Na 1, la 5 qty end Oor .q ordo, fial Iladbutl.asd
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lilt guard-rail and over both small boat unless can will be the culmination of and that the entire production "" .f stwn. Y.II fiat, Forid., tor final d.. roe a adslnklntrfad
you for
correcting It and present the ALL: SAINT$ .nd b d.brnln h r s net ck rof.15. t.
lh. abu J. Gres dw.aed.
trtcb. swim. many small owners and effort was shaping up smoothly Rehearsal W.wleadThird ,H .ph. 777,
with
skipper a printed form on ApMI IS. 15
the which the faults been by: sincere citizen will continue at the 8.--: ;;. ZONING 050 O ADJURTYBNTma l 'IA MAR GREENE. rI I {
4 Don t stay In water too has checked stb.5es T CITY OP TUART.a rI I
ICH One of the first group to use court house on Tuesdays and Ad.inl.rr I. N a4t. of H. J.on.
SCHOOL PAPER long off After it has been cor- A. M. Hob C..svnh.. T. J. F. ENNEDT.Fnb .. deon.,4 I 1

NTERED IN. CONTEST 5. Make sure the water Is deep certed,, the owner'can presenthis the new development will be the Thursdays until further notice. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH t. April. 1 a a a.C5:5 T. T rCHTERBONAilmml.tmtrll., t
dally\ vacation Bible school con- .Rev. W. G. Adri4f' PolarTk M.,3.5.
I Martin enough and free of obstruction boat together with the form, ducted annually for colored NUTRITION SPECIALIST C...._ woo d .' ChlmMt LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Awll ti is 1147. I
County High echool'a1Itctmontbl1 before attempting to dive. at a convenient Inspection station VISITS INDIANTOWN
newspaper the .7 Don't go In the water when for re-eramlnatlon' Only children by the Baptist Churchof ,U .. m. 8.-; School. NOTICS OF INTENTION TO REGISTER \

nu been entered In the :you are over-heated or over- the item checked on the form will Stuart Mr. Traylor commended Miss Anna Mae Bikes, nytri- 104a t-tt". I... "..... Pubic r..... Worohlr....pl... Frllonhlp. Notl,1%I.FICTITIOUS horrbr Ira NAME Mot th on.dent. e { I

high school publications tired. be Investigated at this time If the Rev. Phil Maxwell and tlon specialist of the Extension Tilt. 5. m. Pubic Wor.hlp The Hunt ... ad.r tha pro.l.bn. oM fESMA d 1N i
his congregation for their pioneer aveara' How MoMrn .n V. 500 la.. cal P1.-id., In sO .
at the University of 7. Dont swim alone. It Is found In order the approval Service. was in Martin County: .1"4 to esn ,10.1. .blld.. InIS. 1541, sod r.eOM, with th. CI.of to.ClnuII Sf

Y la OtoeTLUe next .8. Walt about one hour after sticker will be Issued on the spot. work among the negro people last week. While here Miss Bikes .-Wort 4..'.' .ho ...nine l 5 1. snd fs Mar C.uaty, NNYL
.
....I./ .. Flodd.. ssw.t .5 p,. sO Dubloado.
fH was reported' Tuesday eating before going In the water. Inspections In\ Martin Countywill : beautiful attended the regular monthly "'......d.'. T tI. 5. .. Mld.__ .ervlaa of o nala.. lb. N tow ,..o, I-
wtpal *YwiB r, Johnwlck 9. Learn how to save yourself be made by teams that will Development of. meeting of the Indlantown Home V,k "... .11I) .wlvo ......r welan.t. b wit:
t park area In another section of .N our _...... THE COAc y E
entriat were due Sunday and and visit docks, yacht clubs anchor Demonstration Club and con- .
others from drownlngs : estate also\ .Is underway under w wil1 l .n 0. In buira,
I TO Junior press convention how to artificial respirationby ages and other points where the; Traylor ducted a breadmaklng demonstration FIRST PRESBYTERIAN. CHURCH havlnt sa r rlwlNl a of bu.in.w
U apply ,This section Is for the use Ie .. W.... Club.IOrOd 1, Jews ae M., ,. I
be h !
held May 8-10 with the enrolling In.. Red Cross small craft congregate In no In cooperation with the II... c:. .... CorPioL ,...... TOM 10. p.r Inc zed C.ntr In ..Id Frht bu.l.a BAIT ASTING E J;:
white church and
of civic '
"t groups, .. .. "
winners to be named InS course now. Instance wW inspections be madeof county home demonstration III, 8..da 8.10001. Wo. .n Lrr.a W.Iks and EthNa. :
: of according to a previous an- Club. JrnUunl.r-AdII 0.0.55..50. 6111501 sO n aaehl ,hat then .
the ,
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meetings How- I boats that are under way In agent II... K..I "....... Bo- w
nouncement by Mr. and Mr*. ael.U. n w .thus Dw- arnent.d a. odd Smooth and smaUR than I
.
.
no Stuart representative, Beckman In mixing yeast breads, Miss canalPrt esa atCh.
every case. emphasized, 4' "a
attend the 6 KEY CLUBBERS Traylor Bikes out should ..... M... Arras Debon I.,'." D 1 TRY K, WALKER, other kali of ecsnl teiu : I
contention due the \Inspection will be made pointed they: 11 'le a orship ....I B wnfflctlng home I When the Traylors go north be mixed with milk Instead of Clark H B. ELLiOTT 5 Braided aid professed by
John- the Invitation with
,
events only upon or April 54, a 1, a 5. IdtL
BACK !FROM GEORGIA next Thursday, Miss Mary Shac- ildl careful
1J1d. the approval of a person In authority water and that the fat used JENSEN BEACHCOMMUNITY our speak l :
: 1- celford, executive secretary of ADVER EMENOTIC I
aboard : should contain vitamin A suchas CHURCH methods h Insure
ship
t Six members of Martin County : the local Red Cross chapter will Pats *... H. H. Jana
j
FARMER GRANTED; butter. "You k henbli'N, a ,nktlsto icr b and ease 'I
margarine or
All boats
of not more than M Suilllu Srhoal ...U ... greater I :
_
returned ,
Schools Club .
-
High Key: have authority to schedule use Nl b tho ntukr w st thaPbrid
EKCTI Call out of loaf of bread just .. of ads la nine
International ft. In length propelled by machinery get a 8>r< Itlt' r. tgkt..rs fs to. yes, tso7fs casting.
0. Ohio), April 14 (VPh-) home from an : : except tugboat and of these two recreation areas what you put Into It" says Miss t ,.a, .1 5 lo..l n ,pew RIO, teals from 50 Ib.'VICTORY .
I you sure this .Is Key Club convention In Macon, Organized groups wishing to Slkes. BIBLI UNION CONGREGATIONAL. the ub, na of .hleh ronbsplk t
an 'emerg- towboats
propelled by steam are ,
Gay last weekend with glowing Pal. Clip r a lo. r T o eqbDrp. 4NORWI
visit the estate should
Traylor
call? a temporary opera- classed u motorboats and are SKV HARRISON L. PACKARD, Pates e1. sFlorid.. M
Mot the strike-bound reports of Macons hospitality contact Miss Shackejford at Red PAIR WILL ATI'ENDNJd 1 110.: '. .? Band!* rehab .- .d 50 r I Ir sod dnMi. tM Js.p LIN OMPANY '
Ohio subject to the of the .
provisions /
and the inspiration they drew Cross headquarters. Hormln Wonkl Brldn env des. ii..,, hob .nRwla.
Telephone Company asked Motor Boat Act, Beckman pointed ROTARY a .,..lady w. d a a Slat.Ro.d .
from[ the talks and discussions COMMUNITY
PRESBYTERIAN
.sdw r 14.555, O.n.nlla. t
w requesting the long- out. H. McRat president CHURCH

i number"of a fertilizer they attended. the three- They are liable to official ASSOCIATION HOLDS elect and Harris R. Lowery: Jr, Hob.,.Sound. br of M.1os1 sr', a t,ubll.H .Ill fu b., 5.d.Nt. eaus 1 f l lI.E
Making the trip for MEETING HERB TODAY YIItI' PootorlIt h I
secretary-elect will representthe SWARD OF et N CONaloeloNERS gold
Coast Guard Inspection when : .. .... Rund.Chas. by
leave It up to you" the day session. ending Saturdaywere under way on navigable watersof : Stuart Rotary: Club at the .1'>0t eKornln.. ......1010.H.JST..N FOR MAR N ,C R TV WALL, etopmos.a ING HARD ARE I leI lu lut
Charles Hall, Jim Bowden, The Woman Missionary Society j
replied. -But rve got a the United States at any time. : annual State convention opening SCIENCE IOCII" OFSTUART A. Cb irna,. and he' J. I I'i
,
I Emerson Kramer, Jim Conrad, of the Baptjst Church met J. e. PO 'ROT, i
tow out for three In
here and Fd Sunday days Daytona : -
like When official Coast Ouard Inspections STOR ,
and Eool Fourlh Street A. R. m ee aid Bar .SPORTS '
Robert Greene Lloyd Camp Tuesday night to make final /
the thing taken away" of tthls nature uncover Beach These two men II o. .. Cb..._ oraleo Prh. A ,,1 54. 1511. : }1
cull bell. They heard a number of plan for the reception her of other
with
wa along recentlyelected
accepted. violation law
of the legal ac- I T el 4.
well-known speakers and were tons and fol- the Woman Missionary Union new club officers will be Installed CHURCHS" OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST
penalties
usually
entertained by.: several bands and low he said of the Indian River Association hen at the July: 3 meetIng "p.oeATION At"rER DEATH woh

\\CK quartets In an all day session In the .bJoot .5 10. We..a..... whkb BAR < f fIS
The auxiliary's program If church auditorium at .III .M ..ad 1 I. CII...... .r Co.kt.
boatmen take advantage of It- starting I.i..."... ....h... toe.. worth a ea.
11 COUNTY DONATES $147 10 this morning Mrs Ed: Burl OPERETTA SCHEDULED d.y. April 17Th .
will prevent such embarrassing Golden Toit l la, "If 5 In alL Mo
at
presided Tuesday meeting '
TO CHILDREN'S SOCIETY Incidents; as well a* reduce the An operetta "Why the Garden air .. b-'. koto In corn, wo .n of WHERE YOU CAN GET A 11
danger-hazards of motor boat Quarreled" wilt be given by .11 ... .at ._ble. B. sow .50 TASTY REFRESHING CLASS b
About 100 visiting women were kriol! rim from too dad. MO) kooo oIko
Receipts totaling $747.04 from student In the 1st through 8th
L operations, Beckman concluded! tint fear,. of10_ ton.. lion OFUERIBBO
Sii4QAITI liaj-tln County during IMS have Boat owners desiring this expected today Lunch was served grade of the Stuart Training (II I Corlntkteno.. II.It. III.
In the church annex said the A.... Iko elutloBo ..101._ tooiprlooIk .
STI LINE been reported by the Children'sHone courtesy inspection should contact School Monday A play, "The LiOBOOH....... .to Ik. folrowln, ; fnrox
Society of Florida The Ralph W. Hartman, : com- Rev Phil Maxwell was to be a Juke Box," was presented last ,.... BIOS "B* ..b.. tklo corruptibleikoll R /

TktWoJ quota for the year was $300. principal;\ speaker at the after- Monday by 7th and 8th grade b... yat .. .lMomi.Uoi. ..d. tkloorul
in baitCslat- mander here, or. Beckman oh.ll ko.0 ml 0> '...riall' ,
)I09 line. toother County receipts Included $63 noon session.. students. A fashion show by the lb.. choll .ko Me..he10.. uxlnt" ON DRAU ( t

sod from Hobe sound $3431 from home economic department Is the. I to wrltloi. Dootk 1 to iwillo..o< np
** ? ERSTEINS ENTERTAIN DANOEAUS .In .ktery" II Cs1Mlaa 11
tlS waterproofedroceisTb Indlantown when Mrs J. J. CATTLE planned May 6. n. ........aeneioo .,. .Include IIH.. I".' THE MAWlNE ROOM ,
Twr- Parker Is chairman, $20186 from Mr. and. Mrs. J H.. Brstein Uon1'11lAU '0110.1.. MOUIO from Ik. CoH.tta. {I
night entertained on la ;: 24-rnlrty- CATCH Setmoo tnlkook. "Brim* ..4 Hralthwith
Tald'1t ofalJllb.vlb. Jensen Beach $30 from Palm Wednesday MADE GOOD Her lo tko Scripturebr Mart 1S LACE TO ,
l City $5 from. Port Sewall, $28.30 their yacht Blegrm Mr. and Mrs. four visitors and resident met Miles P. "Re.U..." Brown, 5,0.... sill" "Wa .... hold fomoud .

i 71o. ads Black. is from Salerno and $3t7J7 from Neal Bishop, Mr William Bishop, death In collision with roaming' Franklin Pa. caught a Utt-lb .e..s.... .sod a.so..w MMr tIt of_:....Chrkt...... adCOato1M sod. ENJOY AJBOL REFRESHING DRINK t ; d

.M Lfi. Stuart where Dennis 8. Hudson and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gottfried. cattle upon Florida's highway snooa\ 250 pounds of klngflsh, sIa, .. sat ...... N.
Is chairman Receipts from the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kitchen, during the five :real period 1M31M8 'and a M-pound cobia Friday _tIo. Th ...W01. _'. ... ON WARM UvTKINGS. BRtelG YOUR FRIENDS
__ .... .
iiiNrl county other,than cash totaled Mr. Perce Angle Capt. R K: Klr- when both travel and speed I io orullly motorloj will orllefe or* liven .p.r.a... uid ANDJWJOY YOUR FATOITE.DRINKVICTO tJI tJI11T

AMY $12. Only Port Bewail tailed to chhof, Mr. Robert Btodder and were greatly restricted owing to STUDENTS WIN HONORS lznerd. f.., of ..... ... sr'ut.d"

*** exceed its quota Mr. A. Parks Mrs Xrsteln gasoline and rubber rationing, DeLand. April a..,T1ro ,student .idle.455).

Ol* H! LouurB f?ldsson of Jensen testes today\ f of-their homes In tile Florida State Chamber of from Stuart are listed
HEM: FOR FISHING 5
York and Mr Xratein: will Commerce has reported. on the honor roll at Stetson \
yrING' Beach made 4 Memorial litHO New ,
i.f1 B. V. Oriff of the
secretary
University' for the winter quarter '
the society memory: of Charles leave with the Blegrm on Saturday AR AND MARINE M
Cleveland O teamsters union
,
They have been docked at MA at >CE UCEMSE APTUCATIOma. They are Donald Burroughs, ,
HAft during the year Ida W. 1'
Kdaapn B. W Oriff and r A, Wolf all
andSPORTS WOOdward- Stuart made an city dock for the fast four I w. .VMIU.. w.t r.ta MMmmt son of Mr and Mrs. W. O. Penney Package Good.
of Cleveland at Stuart Hotel
months with the exception of Brtt BwfcMr.. war p.to BM kH and Robert Knowles, son are
STOI .a 11,224.1., bequest to the society -,T 51. Pttatt, Mat MM, ..4 of Mr and Mr. T O. Knowles. for a month* fishing
In 11941.t9rr S- a few side trips..riFl'0 AIM S. Oriffl...a.a. ear .

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NEW SCHOOL TO OPEN SIX KEY CLUB MEMBERSTO sank the moon lit up the water-quire them to report at 7 a. m JUPITER INLET GOVERNMENT COS1tr
'f ATTEND CONVENTION like day To alt there with the are going to work without break CONSTRUCTION TO BE LAKELAND: AurU 24-A citrus Six member of the Key Club, I See Where. warm evening salt air brasses fast. There .Is an urgent need fora I I :" eminent at all levels hi
school which will offer one, two youth organization of the Kl- blowing, the fish jumping, the restaurant In Stuart that opens A contract( for clearing and cost: Floridians app
a and four-year courses In the wants Club, will attend the International by W.. H. (Bill) Mitchell pelicans flying the outline on a at I a. m.We have one such place RECORD IS SET deepening Jupiter Inlet ha been M1,000000 during thT
'. production, packing, processing Key Club conventionin distant Island of beautiful palm but It closes: all day Wednesday awarded the Murphy Construction year 1945-1946, the reeearry
and marketing of citrus fruit la Macon, Oa They are Jim trees made me think: how many The people who "eat out" there Company of RiVlera Beachwho Industrial division of the
I being established at Florida Conrad president, Emerson A number of resident of Stu- appreciate. this magnificent tro- go one day a week without submitted 4 low bid reported State Chamber of
FIRMRural
art, I have been told, have BY POWER
t Southern, with the never more than $39,000 brought out yesterday taTi
I college cooperation Kramer, secretary; Jim Bowden, pical setting? Too many of our breakfastAn slightly
been down the St. Lucle river ina lal tax
of a of will get underway nUdJ.
work
group Industrymen treasurer; Bob; Green, program boat. They have never viewed local residents take It for granted Idle mind I 11 a critical mind. The
, who will serve a*an advisory Let them wade next week and Is due to be com-
council President Ludd M. chairman; Lloyd Campbell,.Jun- their town from the river To mow this Have you ever noticed that those Electric Line Building In August CONSUMPTION Lls TED
time of the In pleted "
has representative, and them I say, If they don't have a year northern who have little or nothing to dare .
announced class
Splvey ior : Gains In Stuart been closed Last month 307472 .
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f boat, there are boat available states then they will know that the most critical? The busy The channel hat
for rent 'It would be worthevel' 'God has blessed them: This Is man If be does crttlslze, does so District: for some month and its reopening gasoline and 30277 pZ,
Invested. the Intangible that Stuart and constructively. has been a primary projectof kerosene were consumed\ ,
) penny 'Martin County should more Despite materials shortage the Jupiter Inlet Commission.Work tin County, report the ha
Recently we were anchored In,vigorously sell to the world, This past week the SUmmelis which reached an all-time high also will be done on the tton bureau of the Slate Dm
JANE PARKER the St. Lucie fishing. It was a The circulation: of our paper had a new arrival In the family last year, the Florida Power and Jetties John DuBois I 11 commission ment of AgrIculture.
beautiful Kenneth whose column "Wha during 1848
afternoon. A* we sat has Increased In Light Company I
\ MARBLE, OR GOLDEN there, the fish biting, we watched the past few months considerably and is still Stuart Needs*appear off and built .683 miles of rural electric chairman.
one of the most beautiful sunsets on in this paper, sure believe lines, letting a new record for R INFANT
the Increase. This Is OFFERED
on
in the world. The sky was pleasingto that Stuart needs more babiesIf construction of this kind J. M. MUSICAL EVENTS
all of us connected with,the
POUND CAKE13OZ radiant with all the color of the paper.- R proves the point, If you we first meet| a person when Law. Jr. district. \ manager, has DeLand April 34 Two Outstanding : AL R MI71i
, rainbow, and to our back a give the public what they want he 1 11 doing some unusual thing announced.The musical event are offered -
full moon was coming up over will It. such as chasing his hat or new figure eclipses by 178 by the Stetson university Beat
i they buy Thanks ney y
the eastern horizon. As the sun shining his shoes, or'arguing miles the company 1939 previous -,School of Music this week.Walde- 1d
The Jaycee Sallflsher ball of 604 mile addedin
with the bartender we are record violinist and BUY
team already have a mar Oeltch noted BOND]
pennant
3 likely to always remember that one year I pupil of Leopold Auer, will be
this year with Hank Pennant of the In
I One gainer
EACH Charles Hall veterans vivid The
first
1 playing short stop But where Impression. eye I program 1 11 this district 1848-1 presented In concert Tuesday at Alf Cre
., tativeKramer represen"I Is impressed by' the unconven and the annual spring!
,,, I m.
oa ww+uc s trot w ca will Is the pennant that Stuart won Increase of 2t per cent p. cry
last ? tlonaL line Stuart district now has concert of the University Glee Tram
year I is
International oratorical contest Now that We The Martin County Golf and total of 130.94 miles of rural Clubs will be given! Thursday at gFlamlage
are a
CRISP getting gates
LETTUCE 2 headfelc which will be a feature of the at 1st and 4th Streets for the Country Club 1 II going full tilt lines. I$ p. m. under direction of Prof. be, 1'h 11
meeting i these days More and more people "Rural electrification", Law Harold M. Griffin I
CELERY PINEAPPLES e/23c safety of the public, why not and I
are playing golf taking
,
have street crossings "lined off I said "refer to lines carrying
advantage of the social facllltle
t NX rural In their
to
electricity users
at 1st Street with
proper atop :
CE
Fresh Green-Bunch of the club house. '
1 7r signs? The area around StLucie homes, farms and businesses
STALKS If I ASPARAGUS / 39c Bar, Stuart Departmentstore 1 It Pay to advertise Rural electrification make CENTRAL MARKET T
I and the station Is confusing The Beach at Jensen Beach I Ia II farming and rural businesses
Fresh popular place these days I
JUICY FLADOZ GreenCABBAGE 1 to 'car drivers as wen 'as more profitable It increase
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3c BREToday's pedestralns This Is the 42nd believe that concrete steps leadIng farm production per man, make MEAT ,
to the beach and a little .
automatic Irrigation possible
ANDES Street and Broadway of Stuart.
Winesap Half of us light cigarettes be- grading and cleaning up of the and enable the farmer to oper-I PRODUClSnjiXlROCERIESCOURTEOUS
shore would make the beach ate quick-freezing and fruIt-pro-
APPLES, 2 a. 33c I cause we can't find any other moreuipvUlng With the crowds cessing plants ,
.
Milk .
29c day Immediate use for our hands. SER -
that bathe there It would be a "Actual studies Law continued -
2 Bunches Several local men were fish-
Produce ing out In the ocean the. other wise move to have on duty a "made at the University 'oMinnesota CONVENIEftTlm>CATER
CARROT 17c part-time life guard on work done oy farm
TENSER GREEN day One of them became
and sea-
wives disclosed: Interesting fig 2nd aiyHClroa Joe Brook
sick and of fed the
course: fish.
Yellow
FESTIVAL PLANNED urea It found that one womanon
BEANS B Paste axed When finished he found his
SQUASrflb. 10c an unelectrifled farm carried
In upper plate missing .A rather Winter Haven, April 24 (FNS) 4% tons of water and worked
11 Maine sn County expensive trip. Huh? \ -Its gardenia time In Florid 5T hours to wash three-fourth
2258 What the world needs Is a and the 11th annual gardenia of a ton of clothes during a 13- LIST N TO
Potatoes* 10 Ib. bag 45c Bar Dairy mechanical device not a wife festival was held at Cypress week test period. After an electric -
-that will tell a man whey he's Gardens Sunday to celebrate the pump and washing machine,
ANN PACk SPARKLE-AsGELATBI Id Fruit Flavors P. Box 104 Stuart I had enough. blooming season of these dell were Installed, she washed a
Any number of men at well re-1 cate white flower throughout similar amount of clothes during
DESSERT 20c women whose employment the State. 13 week In only 33 hours and
; PKG. electricity pumped the water.I I
."AI a result of our line extensions -
COLD MET%L 40-OZJBOX? 20-OZ. BOJCeiSQUICK a total of 1834 additional
I rural, customers 1944 were able
I 45c 25c ROCERY SPECIALS to enjoy labor-saving device
such as the electric Iron and
vacuum cleaner and contenlen-
NECTAR-- E PEKOE ces such a* the electric refriger- Every

\19fc ator and fan. Naturally, when Mon., Wed.. Fri..
TEA PKG. IS 35c CMOFFEElb.4 0 our company extend Its lines to

__ rural customer: by almost TOO 9:45A.k sWIRA <
mile (a distance from here to
ARMOUVS
DEiWCIOui NO 2 CANTomato .
ANN PAGE Savannah, Ga.) In a single year,
Juice 2 for we know we are helping to devtlop -

I PEANUT BO B T JAR 33c 5i Law the explained communities that the we serve shortage -.
'
ARMOUR 9lNO. 1 CAN
THANK YOU BRANl of materials in general, Is
even more critical than former! '.
::1 SPICED CnAMPPLES'' 17c CHIDJ CONCARNE 26V Needed are vital Item, Includ-;)

-- Ing transformers, wire, insulators -
-88NO2CA and pole A*a result"volun l
SUNNYFIELD 10-LB BAG 5-LB. BAG tary rationing" 1 11 necessary Law' FRANK
Vegetable Juice 2 r 25 pointed out. "This," he said PARKER
FLOUR A 83c 43cSUP "enable a new line to be erected
where residents
are thickest and

,. Mott's V\pple Juice /qt/25? for where the It most will people.do the" most good

|GHT MEANS ENRICHED WITH ITIMAN C Law hopes the problem will be
Quality/Melt Sensible Priced solved In the near future Although -
High
_* CLEANS BLEAC\AND DISINFECTANT Florida Power and Light
I II SUPER-RIGHT Company placed order for materials .
PUREX qt. bottle 17 jtIb. as far back a* two year
j jARMO
t
I R'S-LB. CAN unable to deliver the, material
a* fast a* DeededSCOUT .
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I SUPER-RIGHl CORNED BEE \HASH can 33X BELL ,BREA1

CHUCK R RfAST L 45c HUNTS YELLOW CLiNPEACHES-\ O. 2 / CA REVIEW' BAKERS


1 I II 4 SUPER-RIGf o. 2 / can 31

SHOULDER ROAS1 38c BOARDTOJIT
I iLB.

J I Marke SpecialsPRIME A board of review at which a1p wawv#
Boy Scouts In this county will
'J' PORK iOPS 50c qualify for awards will be held WARM WEATHER FOODS i

; 1 LB. .. W TERN BEEF. at afternoon.the Log Composition Cabin at 4 tomorrow of the

.. SUNNYFIILD board .Is uncertain, but likely to
SIRLOIN OR ROUND EA '"" .. .._ .._.... ....... Lb. 65c serve are John M. Law, Jr, Dennis This is th time /

I' SLICED BACON LB. 73c CENTEWCUT POT NDAST.,.... ?." . .. ..h...... Lb. I I'\ 39c ner 8 and. HUdson Henry Judge Beckman A. O. Kan- of the year to stock on

BRISKET BOILING JEEF, ..__h.. ._.......__..................... Lb. 20c A subsequent court of honorat the items tftt t make quick and eas to pre

LEAN SALT/PORIU/ 43c ARMO R'S S-KAR. VEAL the Many which Scouts member the will awards be held of the next are county giving week. pare warm father' lunches.


CUTLETTS, .. .. .................................... Lb. 59c four troop summer art planning!In to attend Our
FRESH CAUGHT camps the area shelves ttV
CHOPS, .. .._ ... ..... ......._h._.... .. .. ...... ........................... Lb. 49c It Is reported. Scoutmaster: Arnold stocked w'numerous

SPANISH MACKEREL 25c ROLLED SHOULDER ROAST, ?....".. ........................... Lb. 59c said Bauer he expected of Troop about 30 In 14 Stuart from items to help youLpIve youfmenu prob

his group to attend the white lems. RememberlVe
Bouill'' Sunnyfirftl-80z. pkg. BACONRATH'S camp at Lake Osborne, 1 mile hyldlc delicious

fiY Her 3x-lCube 9c RICE lUFFS 12c BL /K HAWK, Mb. Layer ......_. .. ._.... ......... Lb. 68c west Scoutmaster: of Lantana A. C.; Bridge June .7-14 Jr. FROZE

IR-OJ Box Sunnyf Pancake SWIFT'S PREMIUM (IN PIECE) of Troop 34 was uncertain of ODS ,
JO-oi box .__. .. '''''''''. Lb. 63c number or dates, but said there
BORAX 15c FLOUR.. 12c I 11 a possibility William Leach of For your needs pin today
CHEESE. Us
Lg Bll. Window troop would be a swimming
CLr A&PUfceSixe Instructor at the camp this year
1 iNER -21c 2 Ib. box AMERIC; OR SWISS CHEESE, _.____..5-1 Loal-$2.75 A camp for Negro Scout I 11 at 0 ;
:7 Extract-2-o PRUNE* 49c Jupiter.

VVi/son'/ B. V. ... 33c PEACHIllox.. box FRYERS 00 The, are two maintained camps valued by the at $30 Quit,- '' r4


Ge ire Washington, 23c FRESH VklLLED. DRESSED and DRAWN ..._.._.. b. 65c Palm stream Beach Council central: whose office serve West AN'
4-ox. ,
j Jar Sunnyfield Dins' Gram
t troops In Martin Palm Beach, oI 40
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I I COFFEE .. 37culaificd I ?box box OLEOALL St. Lucie, Hendry. Indian River
,Greases I RICE 12-ot 12c, Okeechobee: and Glades Coun

10Vi-oi. box For Cooking % Salads OPULAR BRANDS ,.............._........__.... .......... LbX43c ties I Unfit ; kv #+t'
KITE _. lit Mazola Oilpt. 49c NEW HELICOPTER

I ie_ Complete Food Store Camden.. N.-J. April. J4--The Econ y

Navy has unveiled its newest '
MARKE'' ellcopter,designated the ZHRP- .zj* OWNED. FRIENDLY OPWUI
ROMER'S and built by the Plaieckl: Hell- 101 proi Ave. wg DHmE' ;zLif(. '

THE Ur To DATE cross Hi pter Pa.Corporation The of Sharon ,4 3ft* \
wE DWVQ rDONl st eScopUr recently large transport wu demonstrated type- W* Now Close), W--- r >ns *.l

to the public for At Noon Each V
WHERE SERVICE COUNTS the first ,
WE WIN time at the national rotary
wing
I aircraft exhibit her*. _

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