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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
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Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: May 1, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
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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.
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Jensen Meeting .Spurs;; '-Beach Road Pest- Fight ;I ,- MARSHALL' CLAY, '; J



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CleanUp I HEADS PUBLISHERS I CHAMBER CALLS '

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FOR ATTENDANCEInterest i I ; i ; "

ITo Meet Tuesday 7 tIJ!, : :,

Keen In Town Hall i ; ; ;
committee 10 Session In ReaortCommunity ) j i.," ,.'
:An executive! wag selected at a special : \: :

setting: of the City Commission at city ball Tuesday night l( ,}, I'
to direct Citywide efforts for cleaning up the, community "A Joint' meeting;; of the I 1 \ ;t '
during May. Jftwcn Beach BuMnesumen's 9 :

flamed to the committee are lllllllllllimilllllimiMTIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMI! Association and the Martin I ; '\ ): \

hul Young, chairman, repre- County Chamber of Commerce / t, "

mUnf the Junior Chamber of 'PHONE SITUATION ; to which unaffiliated I '''l ', 't

D. L. William Ro- Forty-two of Tl telephone W .
Commerce; I leaders of both communitieshave I

1117 Club; Leslie Bartlett.,.Chamber exchange\ operated by South- received special Invitations JA.'b t j 1 I 1 f

if f commerce; Herbert Brun- I ern Bell In Florida are now will be held In Jensen Beach ,9,9.l.w : \I 'R
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er, Stuart Merchant Association i 'fully manned, and are hand- Town Hall at tj m. Monday. 1 ; J i ,\

;Irving O, Kanarek, Amen- ling local and long distance It will be open to the-public,' ,' < .1'I

ta Legion; O. D. Qulnllvan, t calls at about 50 per cent of The general subject for discussion I ,;i (1.

Count/ Commissioner; Erwin normal volume It was reported will be Improvement beIng I : .j'I
official of sought In the Jensen Beach | j :
r. Johnwlck, Martin County today by the '
High School;' Lon Tyson, Kl- company. In many of the exchanges I area and their over-all benefit ; I
to the county. The program I "
not! Club, and Ernest F. Lyons public cooperation In ,- committee Include Harry Hoke, '\ "
and t. A. Mennlnger, Jr.,, The keeping the volume of calls relatively DAVID W. HOWE J. 8. Mlchaelson and Edward J. 4a" I i \ I ;'
Stuart\ News. t light Is enabling the Ward, secretary-treasurer of the F '
The first' meeting of the com- company to expand local and Howe of the Burlington (VU association. rc I I I, I

nlttef will be held at city ball long distance calls to Include Free Press was elected president -. While official has t
'Tuesday at 7:30: p. m.. Young necessary as well a* emergency of the American Newspaper been released no by the agenda committee, / / !/ !I! !!!!!!!/!'!! ) .

announced, at which time de- long distance calls. Publishers Association a new Jensen Beach bridge, widening .. I'. ,

ills of the actual cleanup will tlllII 1ll1II1i1ll1m.mlllll I I I I I 1111111 I l l l I 111111I1 l l l at the annual meeting In New and deepening of the In- .. 1 i I.'I.; j
be Ironed out. and I ;
tracoastal Waterway repair
The committee and commls' York. lie wad elevated from beautification of the beach road,I Secretary of State George C Marshall ( << ) ( I f j

JIoD /have chosen a slogan for ShadowawnApartments/ the vice-presidency.- Improvement at the beach itself Lucius D. Clay (left) cf Marietta Ga.. t' t' t ,
the campaign upon suggestion/ mosquito control and a 'i.
of Germany, during his stop in Berlin (
at .ar tI e U' "CLEAN UP town hall recreation center are J r
GOMEZ MAN conference! to Washington by plane. "
THROUGH MAY; 'YOU SET IT tubjecta likely to be considered.Replacement' /
DOT AND WE'LL TAKE IT { '
ot the present 1 ,
&WAT." This will be printed on 1.1-mlle the condition ( 4;
placards and distributed Are SoldWyatt KILLED WHEN which I II bridge felt to be detrimentalto of Stuart Band j[ h ,

throughout/ the city, It wa an- Jensen Beach' tourist trade, :
minced long ha* been the center ot I I I II
R was the consensus of the Larlmore' ; ;: who moved STRUCK BY CAR heated debate and hope Eight I i ;
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Wkadsy meeting that May 21 here three month ago from : year ago $790,000 was ''allotted' Division in I

be set aside for the cleanup with Chattanoga, Tenn.. to make Btu- .1 by the Federal Government under -, I I jj.
nerythlqg to be readied In the art his home; has purchased the Jailed a WPA contract for Its fI ;

meantime" to "make It a real! Shadowlawn Apartments on Kobe Inquest Sound Scheduled Negro Here )', moval and replacement ,Jfar\In .. oynt7-.l1tI1\./ spect ; 'i
nccess. South Albany Ave. from O. L. first political- moves and ,
M Commissioner Bob Baker Edenfleld. Larimore said purchase 'Today, World War brought r"i band, outshone by sterling : 'I t

pointed out, "'W,'re trying to get price wa* 20000.: James Danforth Johnson.. 72, lation! of the project. wide competition/ was given The 1
everyone In town behind this third division rating in the .. -
while
The new owner said that resident of Georgia It U understood that fund .
former
thing and have everyone do hla b* Intend to stay openh.. a who has lived In dome for the I II available and need only revival nual Florida high school 1
part to clean up lot and help year around he 1 Ia planning to three wa killed Instantly of action In the Legislature,1 final in Miami last week !
past year
others with their The citizens Playing as one of six & ,
and
redecorate the apartment {
about 7:30: p. m, Saturday Also It Is pointed out that theimmediate
of Stuart have a* much civic housecleaning, I I bands in the festival, ( a
do some general '
when struck by an auto at !I availability 'ef complete
pride u citizens of other musicians were rated third 1''
any and painting. Later i
repairing shell road crossingon plan and specification
wm, and all w* need I Is a little he will change the apartment the Domes sion/ In concert playing, : '
State Road AlA a few miles for the proposed new structure I II
(Cotlnued on page ft) either the Lorraine orLee I division In sight reading and
to
name which In
south of Salerno were prepared 1930 re's \ I ,
ond division In
marching.
Apartment, he said. Driver of the car wa Willie and the right of way now held I
W PURCHASE Larimore also Is building him Pettway, Jr., 21, a negro who by the Jensen Road and Bridge Lake band'Wales over-all of the rating Class wa 419't."J'f'; '
self a home at Port Sewall and nave his residence a* Kobe District would eliminate any. C i ; ,
won first division sating, of
1 II his wife to arrive
expecting
Sound.lt was reported by State lay In starting the work once the I
Park, Melbourne and Jasper
few
here from Chattanooga In a Highway Patrolman Warren fund again were appropriated. I
OSCEOLA AVE. weeks. said he has been ends, and Pahokee and I \ '
He. who Investigated the I
Sutton Because delayi could be avoided thirds, '
Florida In the wintertime
visiting In sutton later said Pett (
accident. And because they had Initial
However, Rtuarfs
for 20 year and finally I way ha been charged with manslaughter consideration Jensen Beach Interest I'
report came Thursday '
iwh j
STYLE $SHOP selected. Stuart weather for Its and pleasantyearround good 1 and I II scheduled for feel a bridge should be n' porothy Clonls won \> I Y

: appearance at the June session built there before any other In division as a saxophone / ,I ,
......... fishing prospect of circuit court here with Judge the county although It\ Is reported She rated In all ,
was highly ( i
Sitters New Proprietor He has a brother, Charles,i A. O. Kanner presiding. He Isbelnl' the"association subsequentlywould .. -,- .. .. --- !; ; !I
who lives here but I Is not con '
held In jail. full to
Plan Remodeling give support any (1
Sale Monday nected with the apartments' operation sutton asserted Pettway, driving other county bridge propositions.

I ,........ north on AlA struck John Considerable effort has been ex- PRESIDENT OF | i 1

Mn, Troy M. Deal and Mr*. son while driving on the wrong pended towards the realization i iI II i
I'ttnces Hibbard, sister from YOUNG TO ATTEND side of the road, knocking him of a bridge directly east of Stu- FOR ATTENDANCE I ( 1 ;I
ttltaigo and Orlando respectlve.Ure JAYCEE CONVENTION 03'Va ft. from the point of collision. art connecting across ,Bewails! i I
the new proprietor: of ''''--''''' ot the I Ipaul'Younl' The car then swerved Point to the ocean, ;: : 1 jl }
"l! Style Shop at SU Osceola president across the road to the right and Jensen Interest add that the : ,..I
we.'baying' bought out the In* Stuart Junior Chamber of Com-. stopped about 150) ft. away In only preliminary step necessary French Urge Public to Attend .. / ; i
lurat4: of Mr. and Mr*. Ora merce,. will be the club' sole an adjoining vacant lot Sutton 1 I. for the financing agency to Year at Jensen Town U.llto ; | '
treat,'effective Tuesday night. representative at the State Jaycee said, adding! that the driver, who acquire ownership of the bridge ments and Mosquito Control. I !
K ing' the enterprise''finanl. convention which open for narrowly missed a telephonepole before being able, to let a con-

l"' Mr*. Deal1 husband three day In Daytona Beach to- was not Injured.An (Continued,on page/ File) Pried French, president of the l / ,ti,
NVo Is retired businessman: morrow. Inquest was scheduled for today Issued an open Inter to the p /
In receiptof
:} anent' partner In the new Daytona officials, feel this today to be conducted by justice urging attendance at a Joint nesniini t
'reservations,
400 Karl Krucgerthrough SCOUTS TO HOLD "
of the peace /
*we? new owners meeting Will be' the largest In the office of County new lIen'laUon and the ( I ;
are planning Jensen Beach Town flail at I p. :
The m.
> history. pro-
t State Jaycee .
Judge Arthur R. Clonts.Funeral sj i.
remodel the shop and will be i
includes two dances, three "We believe that the general ii
OOO gram service for Johnson :
until COURT OF HONOR
WI, hold a disposal Monday tale when W they or- cocktail parties, a banquet and were conducted by the Rev w. County Chamber of Commerce for the I : ; f : ) ,
entertainment fea- be of real interest to the rltueru
de*to take 20 additional O. Aldridge, pastor of the Methodist to "
the Deal on are new living stock.at tures to which Jaycees will be Church, at Johns Chapel tint time Ibis year, the general ,,", I :::: i'
Square
HERE MAY 27
owe admitted by courtesy ticket. with the Business \ ,
on Indian River Drive 1 In.n Tuesday afternoon Burial wa '. joint meeting !
Beach, and, also .ha '. U. 8. Jayeee president Seldon In Woodlawn Cemetery In West. "The officers and director of
'419 Interest In a 20,000 Mere Waldo, Gainesville attorney, and Palm Beach. '- r, Is a very fine gesture of the .. '
*i leree. VIce-Presldent James Kendall, Johnson devoted, his effort Ten Stuart Boy Scouts will receive Jensen to sponsor. this join meeting. ; : G
The other halt Cisof wined by W. Jackson, Miss. lawyer, will be the while living In Dome to occasional achievement award at a the desire of all of us to have our. ; ;
JOYd of Fort Pierce. They principal, speaker fishing and raising chicken court of honor to be held at theLog really be county wide. :

IIaoj;:own the Square Deal Ma- *, He la survived by his widow, Cabin May 27 at T p. m., it "The which Is !being :' 1
and Supply Company' in STUNT' NIGHT BILLEDAT Mrs Amelia Johnson; a ion,Wil- wa announced this week by program : : : :: ;/ '
will be confined entirely' to subjects
hdo HIGH SCHOOL and Arnold Bauer Scoutmaster of
which 1 Is operated by liam i a brother, Charles, a ,
Wolfe, who Troop 30. 'things that every person In the '
jt eldest IOn Stunt sister, Mr* Winnie J. "
DetakRelsa night at Martin County court thing be done about. It Is planned
&1 111 sister with the brother live In Savannah The will be preceded bya
Mr*. ,
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at 7:30:
High School la scheduled :;:: : :: I
"" 'e* 'a restaurant In Fort school auditorium G",. covered dish supper to whlph tag various problem and fart )
tonight In the high .
1 the public i Ia Invited Bauer said. road Improvement, to nur beaches a / '
j flel or/herly/ was" 'president sponsored future by the Home-high RED CROSS BUILDING The court and other special! activities tune Inlet, and beautification and 1
I it' school \ '
qhapterof
link Belt Speeder Com- makeraot America-. Each club COMMITTEE NAMED. ?' will follow, he added. Item en the county's beach at ;: :: 1: ::
"*i ta Cedar Rapid, Iowa. In the school, will present a 10- The board of director of Mar- Six boy received award reviews all closely related so It .b felt : )
Deal tin chapter. AmericanRed at a board of review at the :
ha had County The second
topic
nearly SO minute skit: with-$10 'and 19 *ne general topic.
,-1 of experience In the dress Admission Cross, at a special! meeting Log Cabin Friday. These Included control for the county,
'bo print to be .awarded. program
night appointed a building Richard Brook, Robert Ellis',
Pjbuilnes* with three of Chi- Friday
I* 25 pints. "It ta hoped that from this .
largeat'7et.d1towelr committee composed of Sam Alvin Hendry and Dale Hudson
her. H bbard' Janice uak.linll'h&1 uel W. Traylor, chairman, H. M. of Troop 30 and James Wood and her that a definite program May be '
a hoopDlckbosi Klklrut
and fv2* In .or- chairman with Janle Klelfeld, vice-chairman, Edward John Rein of Troop 34 of which out these project which each. and
BettyKnickerbocker
publicity Chairman: .and A.'C. Jr. 1 Is Scoutmaster. t. tee eompleted.
before coming here and Mapp. Fred Rue and Harry Bridge ; : .
f add Elizabeth
.tq that wa* a buyer for co-chairman; of decor C Beckman, Henry Kindred, In addition to these, Jim Cha- "..bl officers and director of . i '
k Wtac4 firm, ., Burgfen chapter vice-chairman la ex- pellka: Ronald John and Herman of Commerce feel that this. will ;
JHlbbard will b* 1 Joined 1ftDelneai atlon. and ticket"* i officio member. Belt of Troop 10 and Bill meeting held until early fait; unless .

> 4! later .by .bee Oaugh- DaUNUMlE511 BIT The committee was Instructed Leach of Troop 14 will receive enlarly keen Importance to the .

? who ,now ..*. ,_ to look: into the matter of securing merit badge award at the courtof general meeting Ie have the proper ;
,i i teepet !n' Ord Jacksonville, Way 1 ...1 Senator a lot for the chapter' recentlypurchased honor. The* other *1> will receive Interested people In the COllnt,.
** by her parents, Bdwln Bf Riddle of Darling building\ which first and second class. -"Mr. H. B. Kraft, manager of our I ; I ; : :

Mr: *. i. a pool, of(Otealt.b. ton I II sponsoring a bill convicted that will Field be into moved town fromWltham and convertedInto award. The ,board. Bauer ot explained.review Included transportation facllltlea for anyone :: : : ;: Z : : : t'
would <<
; ......' ."other eT drunk require letl anyone to pay a fine otatOO p rmanen.chapter' quart- Boon Owen of Fort Pierce and tendulg this" meeting, *o picas. .o : : : : I :
M. O. Uttman of Btutrt. Mr.,,Rraft. ,
sod
4 two'daughters, ,' Of serve six month In jail en. I



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A I TIGERS WHO VANQUISHED ALL: OPPOSITION AT MELBOURNE placed: on Legion baseball, ft,

Melbourne Teams: Finish Junior Baseball principal asserted

Aa organisation, meeting c

)It r'//' how important Is rhythm 2nd Friday Roberts Stars Planned Here all Legion Junior baseball head
.4 timing In iportt A short ; has been called In Delray Beac

JH back my friend and .rltl at I tomorrow night at the Uu,,
wr G.1 Jam. M. Cox of Ohio, -- ; ton-Myers Post U to which
tin) this iuli.ct) is timely Martin County Hitch School's two swimming! teams, first! I This Summer post commanders athletic II
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to Le uiyanizfd ill thasehoul'S history. splashed|) their way fleers and team sponsors

I'' ap the governors, Ides that, in championship/ '; fasMuii, to a stunning twin victory In the I Vero Beach to Hollywood its troD,.
1 u an, Important factor\ not annual Indian Kivcr Conference meet In Melbourne Friday We definitely have plans tar been Invited. Representatives (

only In sport, but I sponsoring American Legion the Fort ,Motor Company, vb
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lisa In every d lll The M-vrn-man boys .tram, Junior baseball In Stuart this recently signed "Babe" Ruth I

of lift. Th. Uiti paced by Cupt. Dick Robert who and Vero Beach, but neither will summer with organization planito help their sponsoring of junk>

moo, $..mi t* won two firsts.. and swam an the enter the State meet In Coral be put In motion, within a baRb U wtlH', the Legion, Vl,
bear this opinion winning 104 yd, medley relay Gables laler.lhls month However attend this meeting U has bwannounced. ,
1:1 nut eompletrlyW team whipped a stubborn Melbourne he BaA perhaps Roberts couple of* weeks It was announced .

: (Ir.t pul th.miter outfit by 7 points.. with and Ford Carter may be entered Tuesday by T J. F -
four other conference entries for Individual honors Kennedy speaking for Harold FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
to EddieOyer
1 the up C.rd1m.n.er. straggling far behind.. The final The Melbourne meet results: Johns Post 62 American Legion. GIVEN FOR STETSON
l scores: Principal Erwin F. Johnwlck Deland. May I (W) -4)Brady )
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also a Iloyll14CVol. Charles Kindred will Cowell has announced
and Coach ? ,
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termer football I.Astrio. eorlitr lot. IIh.t
60, COX liar Stuart 29 (4W.11.., kraut..*. yunm. c....... too.! have charge of signing up those I eight-gams football schedule"
I II Melbourne. .." 22 ......"'.. who are Interested at Martin Stetson1 University: '
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Rhythm Dyer
I mid, "li bard t* explain, But U Isivitainly Vei* Reach 10 MbeurM ae-14.' 1..10"tt :L,>lit i iII G.llk.MvHtturlw! lull County High School, Kennedy 'Oct.. Jacksonville: HAS, t.r..
Eau f.allie 1 .vd. "."..) st-6.0.. 10' Hluirt (HuM 4V said. Further details on the Oct. it: Southwestern
laI Dnlitrslty
InipnrUhl. Important 4.
0. ui$. stool Vrra kb' 11.4 l N 'lili -"-- -A
I t.. ,llj U-Juit a* Important la kao& I Okeechubee tTilusvllle -yd dtk <..".! UI H io t ;W IU;| Legion's plans will be announced. at Memphis
l,.ill. would that H meant the a "d. v.,., jk.". I'd. ...I..ro.. -A.. later beg added. Oct. 25: Georgia
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,, | say i t. H. (r..>l.10 l III, III..... IH..k-n.l.
.testis ploy between mind and muI I Ind, ..Mhuunw. Ii4, Htuu-l' I H......Iw Johnwlck reported organization Savannah
The Melbourne High SUiool J vnlveff'ty
.I It a. far at sport got*. You gnome' I girls also' fiiilnhtJ a strong Ht'l'i -, <'I ll: a"::>m. Ixuf; I.ud('''V.fua.mli at the high school would be Nov. 1, Rollins at
ihlr.k sod act In one alrwll.n you IrU M ,Ibuuru. *. __ __ started after the two-week Nov ; Ersklne, at
ond the __ _. __ '
i as seven Stuart. nwinimert n -- ----------- -- \
hu. itivl* 1.1 M.lbuultl. h.d
dill think one way and act IDolhrr football session which will a ;
I copped four firsts to win Hi...' loil. ) Ji* V.." knrk. Ti. by 6 The final l feminine School" Includes (left to right B. J. extend through May 19. After NOT III: Presbyterian. hen
crtaudy, such ban players *. points GIRLS140V011 The Martin County High boys a.mmng; The team
I" that date and until school \Is dismissed ,DOT 22: Mississippi mate 1 let
\1".1.( Marion, Moore and Sliuglvin scores: b."',..": I..6-10q..1. Must 1 (rel.y\414utlo. lot......"..1: Uam which wen the Indian River Conference Aunburn; Ted Bluhop. bill Leach, Pick Roberts for the summer 10 days Nov. ST(: MUlsapa, at Jack n
"II, have rhythm They have .!, !Io....., III...., and on
meet Friday at Melbourne Is for simultaneous captain Ford Carter Beach Brooks Dewey
pained a -
athletic will be
Miss
; Stuart 28 I' .". ......... h' Atuawl ''Malo.rl. later emphasis
I:,i:t u ,perfect blend o( brain.and: I Melbourne 22 ,1 H.lhiuiM' tit tflWtt JIUiilMbTilI dive into Sunrise' Inn pool for a practice Wells At right Is Coach Jack Smouw. -..- -- .
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t-what you might I tail the ::11 Id kn" .1-b"! 1.1 >ituri> Hill .4o, .-'-- -
Titusville 8 Mndi Uu4 TitutVill Ird, 1A.1b.41Wd
I tcond variety There li never .
"lea of being Jerky or Jumpy Eau Gallic S 2.1.! HI.. ..IU. lUik.ri", "'h., lid.Ul H.llwwriK'tlluhVllta.
I Jt I hAt' they do. Okeethobee < ....yd (.. .t.", I.I. 111........... .._ STUART TIGERS
Mullivun.' >rd, Stuart ,,
iSimw.lIMiikii 1
I I' o ild toy the Brit move must I Vera Beach 0 ,I ob yd ...... WiO' 1.&, 41 u.. M.
ro Jt., from a clear, untangled, I f ... .Iliuiiood. Baker, good HH ,

""tlHhlllkln., brain Than the The Stuart boys won five firsts: bu.."... l I I
., ular side mine take over at Including both relay events, but oiadivi.r-. lid. Hrlkaumc
Melbourne strength seconds 3OFSEALED'

T,, round out the advice, I Iched I and thirds kept II in the runnIng
the debate to my friend all afternoon Dewey Wells IKiwanians Get I MELBOURNELast

Ir".i k Crowninshield: a patron of in the 35-yd. back stroke trot the
(1 I I i:ut arts and' of molt sports. onef firth Stuart victory. !

\ ( ''he most direct thinker I hive Jack Smouse coach (for the BldToDchaiGolf Inning Rally Falls Short)
I'll i known Crownlnihield ll betteiI
Stuart boys, pointed out that
Wells, Wild Lacks
,
I n 11 an editor, writer, critic
lack of hln-
I practice proved a
d collector of art But for M Support
vi' over _.
derance to all team entries, and Tourney .
i Ears, h* also hat been one .< the i -
emphasized his thanks to the
l c< lest of aU sporting fame and loll A spirited five-run rally by
I l, en Everything: that happens to manager of Sunrise inn for allowing the Stuart Tigers fell a couple
41 the world la his state. the Stuart boys and girls Klwanls Club President Lon of tallies shy of catching up with f'
to use the Inn I pool for drills. Tyson announced yesterday he Melbourne High School there ago (

nii\thm in Everything Miss Edith Glen, girls' physical has received from the Delray Tuesday,Afternoon as the Martin
education Instructor at the Beach Kiwanis Club Invita-
Have high an I L BID
you ever thought. h* County representatives dropped
school, coached the girls tion to Stuart club members to
"I"" me that the two prim **. a 13-11 decision for their eighth
j I" l Jl s in apart are rhythm and The girls' victories ,Were shared participate In the ninth annual I straight loss of the season. i low i
: Imang i ? And they belong together by the 105-yil madley relay Kiwanis Inter-club: golf tourna- -- -- ---- -
still have two
they
P jl t they art just at q in the team and thret Individuals ment to raise funds for that However \ Tnwfeil. .Photo smdii
j'' : tit:, poetry, dancing, ::: i,1r' : archltr and Wmky saunden Mel.bourne's cltVs underprivileged children I chances to Improve on aq otherwise I SALB
colorless I I record Tomorrow The also IRC' laurels. at Melbourne
Stuart girls team which won
*. painting, acting and ling girls made this raceeven The Invitation said the tourney -
j : 11! it closer than among the boyt would start Sunday at the afternoon Melbourne will includes left to right) Wlnky Saunders, Joan Langbarg, Sara,

"Aboenc .l'rhythm and timing," and tied the score 1818lnW I Gulf Stream Golf Club In Del- I be here for a return game and Ruth Mary Diamond and Coach Edith Glen. Missing for this' ..

be rites, A-is;I Jut aa few In all:: she Stuart took both of the last two ray Bead with Kiwanis; golfers Tuesday a second, congest with photo( wets Phyllis! Baker, Mary Sauvage and Adair Mahan. I t
f arts a* II h la kawkall shooting I went to win going away. from Vero Beach to Miami expected Fort Pierce will usher out the .. LLDING :n
I bowling' Nothing, tinning. and all the Stuart head coach Charier to be entered. The tourney 1947 diamond activity. Fort

tthcrt.. Did you ever watch Bobby Kindred served as scorer announcer entry fee 13 Pierce whlped Stuart there under CONFERENCE: : SET LEAGUE TO OPEN MAY U AMD
Jones Did yn ever watch a bird and one of the judges Charles Senior James H lights March 31 by an 11-1 !
do; In the Relief Did you ever read count. Gainesville, May I Water The Central Florida East Coast
at the meet Coach Rick Ollllspie Love. Jr. and Willard Waters of
,
k ht'ley't'! 'On* I* the' Wnlwtod' or Tuesdays In Melbournewas B MATERIALS
game swimming pool and sewage plant Baseball League will get underway
I of Melbourne also was a Judge, the Delray Beach club are In :
'4i i: Knl -Ode I* a NlfhllngalefIhry Coach Cavanaugh of Vero Beach charge replete with free tickets to ;operators of Florida will\ gather May U with six teams entered -

t ''d >ll hav* the urn* basic .uall- was the starter, and Binouse and Tyson said he had no Indica- first base on both sides, Stuart on the University of Florida These Include Fort CAMP RPHY HOBE/SOUND

tkrperfecl tied, nothing" rbythm.ruined Nothing bur- March at Eau Clallle were timers tion how many Stuart players drawing li walks and the hosts campus June 9 for the 15th annual I Pierce Cocoa Titusville Melbourne FLA
I 12 Willard Wells went the distance short course and conference Vero Beach and New i
Stuart Principal Erwin FJohnwlck might compete but felt there ,' .., I ((20 Mil*. Nofch ol West t Palm Beojth Route V. S. 1))
1 ; for Stuart w
I : We pined th;problem on to P. : announced yesterday' would be several when the tournament allowing, only;| on water supply and. sewerage I Smyrna M B. Oreen of Cocoa

it\ 11.01 yml' card and sport expert. that meets for the teams are I Is officially announcedat seven. hits, but shaky support :was elected league president;

Rhythm," he told mo. "ii the being sought with Ltfke Worth the clubs mee.lng tomoirowOR afield and his own wildness cost I]I I ...-- I N NUORM JED
him the decision
> ,. ut any golf itrok U I I. also | '
S1 f fI t i basis ol winning brld,*. It to the ---- -- -- I The game was nip and tuck 1 =, Motorist 111-41 111s, Oft-nd To All P gets, Gammas. Aud will Num lls

I. t" ''I tddtion of everything you do I for 3ft Innings with the lead "THE JINX" 00 A Com"W10" 4 SoudS TO Tee be* Sludge.

i II in sport, business. art or earda changing hands four' times, but .
I What I Ie rhythm It most begin -[ EXPERT Melbourne scored eight runs In' E LUNCH SOFT DRINKS Or LUMBER-Boordi, dlmXlon I lund,Or/am all timbers. Dcoidom width

"f ,-..".... la the brain TH most 4th frame to assure a win j.j.the i lenoiha-opproa.VSOO.000 BtFtMlUWOHsTWindow
"
get your plans In advance you Thereafter the hosts were blanked S P Efjktww"wr- aaV windJ w/frain storage doom,
Sash ;
t ,1 i .' ; i .-. There should .b* a* team left their final unavailing burst. CHICKEN STEAK SANDWICH &cmn vlndowa, louvln, cold forage doors

In the brain for panic *r burry, far MachineN5hopxWorkCALL The l)ox score: ..,,00617111WL4 .25 tnt PIUMB1NO, --Urlnali, TrapA g, ai trap inH, bat water boaters.

011..rronfldenc part of*r IH deapair.Fvery I Ie comigethlonOmeselittam STUART AN R H A 9.00: A.ell4b"Itil 2:00 A. M. hot water Ito unta, P anlid pip nlpplti and brings.
Tit. nBo.dn 5 I I 0 iles North of Stlsjct Fed. No. 1 valve* and lauceUuHEATWOEpac.
against yourself and ibt
4 I 0 Ir
I ; nur opponent But yn man .be Simi 33 = Ratio1I.M.Wit : t i : YOU CAN'T BEAT Hp JINX ., healers, Ic! fumac**, ommjn heelers. cooling

I IF! and ready for whatever hapftni .- c. aNd I Closed All Day Tuesdays tang' **, le"10voirl. aecUonalh len, radiator vwtilaton VCKUUK
II'I l' Yon mini never b* caught elf K Ib a I .
alln9 pump copper itt tank .
W'II. P I S wcQua.CTRICALWirog'gracepto .
guard A..I.hit belong to toullt
.,,1 the kraln.U 'me Hunrd$ rl ': I i .t = 8 bo .s. light Biturai. lioiliwltahM t

r. Is from the brain er the mind 1 'i ihada, .0.,1011 lamp h 4. postal bocvd: 1141 korilahl

I 'thui rhythm lUrti It you arc proi.ind Stu arine S erIN e MEUOUIINI.a R .N panel tacka. breakers ( III D). itartara 7U'| M? motor,
i I |ier*, you. are than able to A
i ciodis 21.st..4 .". I ENJOY DINNERIN RAIDWABE-Door locks, d .
H"d" your meiaag from the bum seU YOUR ... .machine bolls and wcnhin.tloa
,,,, : : : i : hlng*, guy wire e bond
t your nerves and your musclesVlirn IncorporatedMerriman's ..=,'Weateso . so jewi Sltel GiNgla, br-,
I / they respond, at they: should .....ltl Ib 1 I .. ,Powered vlnchm.
j. i'' If \uu are In good physical condli ..lIor 11" MI3CELlANEOn4'lri JnauUh
I H..III If I I ntable kxMtrlol OMaaonM
'j i"'i you have what I call rhythm. a.... III' OUR GRILL
\ I I still say this applies to golf boofeajll ------ ---- ,......11I.. I I *, 1500 eu fc itoij, tank.V gal aiphall. S. t Flow
J..h.. l'hIorinolor. '
r
I'd football It
or just at dot tatl WITH
-
I '1\\ ,idjo. IIlIt.
Soot* k> 'InitlnrIIOBE ":
f'f' i I Bridge and Boxing Tavern 'ru.RT tll ... III UR FAVORITE DRIE INSPECTIONs i :
""'UOURNII tI. ,oa '_11 M. TO t p.i MAY 11-6 iBIDDmG

I "I have had nights at bridge

to where I saw that I was running ana SOUND OARSMAN Bld. will brweeiTeujittiK May itM 1847a
'i 1\ low'rhythmic teal. I know my: ENJOY THE FINEST OF B AIDS YALE VICTORY CARRY A COMPUTE J

\ coordination" was poor O* ouch tei:3
i I i night j cut out of the gam as UDWEISER ON DRJrtjGHTOKNi Annapolis Md, May l-IJPi)- be" sta Mbff OAM W be 404%i : tuw that WIM,4I

; I quickly at I could to w.1tor another AT ALL TIME An Inexperienced Yale crew, Line of Choice LIQUORS, WINES in wanobvisms. ob lui om Isto
I 'i night' coached by Allen WalU. turneo $last gets Moscato sit as asI

.1. "I put the tarn problem up tow In a surprise victory ovet; Navy, d CORDI 1. a 'AS I sit r A noujud_s.a"S.-b_1.% IS I be a I We to
I'' Jack t ) hat toy I a-
Dempsey. M
you and Columbia .
BOTTLED/BEERS Saturday In a PAs be bin she uadwIS
: rnetn.' tkmpioy, said. But I eaa"t
three-way Severn
River regatta, 9---WAWIAO dtusW
and game assob am us
I J 1 I iplainlt, W* call It refits** When taking they varsity event by a abCgagems .4 bod 1
TASTY BELI US FOOD at 7-Ac--Us!
ar* young. :you. east an opening ragedsB half length from the lilliond ;Ask offles, .1sere taispoities, Auto..
Middles. ,
7.u4: 0-0 be Offigo
stimulus go the WAA
kit By. Spin second. When
't I' J." you you are older, you *" the ism BEER \l E TO TAKE OUT freshmen The Yale crews Junior also varsity wait handIly and. Prepared by ,M a Mr.. J., F. (Mom 111 se! pood-ol be a C." 1&gy ciabler's*JsOtb 41- 11475"SALSO bal

opening but yon get there too late.When IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC WINES No buls will besome, go is be
la the A
\ preliminaries. Whol Ub. rv.
I was around M old, oil a. .
..' :years and OF 1141.
.0I David F Bartlett son of Mr. Felton P-Wi. ad '' ''ill, I fc
I I my mind and fists worked togthr
,: They were s team, I Sothis. Maybe REAM and Mrs Valentine C Bartlett Areas WAA quArshooses- Ilu'lltiiiS* he -"**" assaW erfA wer 60 NJ-
) t : that a what rhythm Is. Maybe you of Hobe Sound, Fla. was a mem- as omissible istior uss .1 to= 1" = M qstiekly
r .) ... It smooth action between CIGARS C I CA ES CANDY ber of the Yale Junior crew Ice Col/Pre Jum BEER okso. Notbas,Iew == Alr.. .861011sis 11-0
11,11411111
;1 ':. and the nsta-roe' whatever The Yale varsity took the J4,6.4 as" le" W so ...401,1411flumal
t you use In certain ,.m..t.., NEWSP RS I''\" -mUe event In I min. 1JI: ON DRX

'. I taws think *l a >*ttr sletwlp.lion see, Second place Navy finished lot boot=w, 'em be,sm,

of ,hylb... any pH mu4 have 9iOO A. M. TIL iOO P. M. In t mln U1 second and Col-
;. rhythm .hi all. health an4 ..... Bit umbia's recorded time.) was, 9
potts doa'l kav* is blood tM* (ftwtt CLOSED SUNDA min. 31J see
r I ,' t wit pkyalra aclkM. There cu his S Luci eiar

M mtt etaltlM *f rkytaj ,a* -.. FISHING IICBNSK BILL

plied 10 apwt, art, bnurn. *. ntMlo 1,. Tatlah..... 'May 1 poetry o* aaylhhig .!.*. Jim Me anI The cost of a resident's Florida FO ERLYTOMMY13BARA GRILL 1 I
la set ptnlav rkytbni ...*> fishing license Would be reduced ., :

SBiMUnu of tcUtm, tM. leant from lUll to $1 t year under a A VISIT WILL CONVINCE ,
play. UM CMrollMUtw. *| niM wdaMMto Osceola Avon. bill Introduced S In the'Housa by Its nedgils,
., ..kr*. \use tUnvltet r_ I Representative L ) of BEER BY THE CASE
Chiller
I I "Wei
ft sow of toralse, I Alachua..

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FACE THEE '
THE: STUART NEWS. STUART, Martin County, Florida, THURSDAY, MAT 1. 1947.




5 ilfisher__ $ Slug Morrison Field 8-6, Hold League Lead. Ip'LEADERS Ip'-I l; '!ii JI


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i i" FORMER HOME RUN.KING SAYS 'THANKS' ON 'BABE RUTH DAY WINNERS COMING : ( '

OF 194TS CROP OF MAJOR LEAGUE ROOKIES -I It _.. __..f.fBabe" : f Iii
LAKE WORTH A complete lint of winners.{ In. f'1 : I
M the StuvtiSailfwIi <<< lub's annual I ,
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tournament which timed ,, I 'I,
w HERE FOR TILT xya last nlKtat11'11I !hI' published Jn I y I

The Stuart ;teas next week, it 'I ,\ ,
was annniufired, today, t ;
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SUNDAY AT 3 \ t'\I ''f


o -- r NEW PARK BILL 1. 'i '!f'f.' 1((1,


sB Bebee, Lowery, Arnold !>' I'

1r 44 A' Brother,Stuart Triumph Spark 4th 'TOPS 3RD WEEK ; : ,. ,t\!\!

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EAST COAST I GLADES a ... I LEAGUE ios 01 b r "areb Tallahassee! -:-May' t (Wl) / :; ::1"" '
XTIIARTMnrrimn
y ITbet.e lsl tUlVflJlMlI'dlt.sthITd'i' i \Ld
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"'1....... I I ..e0 I 4lr I week of the pttifui with only a' r t;;J n! i' I 11; \
field I i .AN I
: : : handful of new laws uir the : :
I..h 1 I SMHilta "
Worth
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... .01... ...I Florida statute t books.) moht of, .J '. 1t'.fthem
---...., l \.. --. _" ., .III 1'x'al' acts ntficdnij only : li'"t{ "
I RESULTS !
DAVE rilltLEY JERRY W1TTE FRANK BAUMHOLTZ LAST, SUNDAY'S........ Field .
__ rd RTUAHT 0 1 one county or munUliwHly The < ; ? I"
I L.ho Wnrlh I. I.kokM 4NEXT .
...... 11011. C l.d. i. national park 1 ,; 1 ,!
1'\-\. \ IS Everglades *p < 1 I
01.r ,....... 1. II,.a ton 0.110 .. \ flJili I d
SUNDAYS GAMES proprlatlon bill w1 the most $' J,: I,P\ ', I

l t.nke Wirltl it. STUART Important mtaXtJ\1'! \ /shined\ Into" :1;, j

.Moak.... .Yield t, <:.tr M.....HumbHl". .towkInlKlHinn law by Governor uldwcll I ,:'t/f;; .., i I'j'
4+,J Hvll. ..* (.kite.. M |.kM. Faced with a lengthening/ calendar I ,l, I

'A sustained offensive sparked the House! began holding I I .i\ I'':
Arnold and Harris both morning and afternoon '
Horace
by ,1
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meetings I Monday So tar this I ,
sr Lowery Stuart Jr.*Sallflaheri carried the to unbeaten an 8-'- ." Ruth (center), all.time king of batters, to right, stand Ford Frlck president of the National session, the Representatives have i ,n

victory over Morrison FIeld here I addresses the crowd In New York's Yankee League, a radio technician; Mel Allen, met only in the morning leaving I 1 "

x Sunday. The win Stuart* fourth Radians and throughout the nation over a radio annpuncerj: Francis Cardinal Spellman, the afternoons, free for com I t.t" t .1. I

straight and second over the radio network In "Babe Ruth Day" ceremonies Catholic Archbishop of New York, and A. B. mittee hearings .. I I:.
Skymasters, kept the Sailttshers before the Yankees lost a 1-0 game with the Introduction ..ndUWlar,1I of I I ,,11,, \ I I
w a: the top of the East Coast I' Washington Senators Sunday Behind him, left handler, baseball *lgh commissioner bills went on at a fast clip In 1 ," ;,, t } I
t F Glades League standings in t both holisps tluriiiK \Uu week ''I', ',I 1\\
I
tie with Pompano which also Ings thereafter, facing only 10 Card Readied House sent to and the SemI Governor approved measure and 11 '1
Its fourth straight game Grid
won Stuart
.a men in the last three innings appropriating $ 600000 for tuberculosis ('\ :

_. Sunday. and scoring the last Stuart run ) sana!uriu II '
IJ: +'+' + ."," _' .J. 4 < Improving Lake Wbrth will I I Iin the 8th. His single started it, Near __ .I I ,
BOBBY BROWN EARL TORGESON CLINT HARTUNG furnish the opposition at J p. m'1 Grahams double moved hIm to With Spring Practices 1 I IACf '

InUUndinj 1 rookie; prospect as the lbi7 Major outfielder) Brown, New York Yankee third base. next Sunday as the 8allfisheremake third and he romped home on a ( ",
Boston Braves first baseman, the last of three successive wild\ pItch. In turn he set down Johnvlck, saId. ,
School's tlvltles
Iu(.e Season gets under way include Philley, man; Torrwon the Martin County High! I ,/ ,
home on
thrift. White Sox outfielder) Wltte.' St. Louis and Hartunj- New York Giant' outfielder and East 5th St appearances diamond. This will the last in seven succession Morrison, and notched Fieldbatters football schedule for next fall Kindred said there still are a t- : 1''

Hnwgs I __-_ tint_ -.baseman,- ;- Baumholls_-1..! Cincinnati- -T--._hlttlnf-3.... sensation. "* be a return tilt with the Ramb- strikeouts 12 and 13 on thefinal I Is expected to be completed couple dule but of these conflicts should on the be I fr-A :41!I.; l' 1.t;I ,
lers who notched an unexpected paIr.Hatold within a week, It was announced 1 1B
.. win last Sunday over previously Card replaced Czlnkl yesterday by Coach Charles out by next week end. SChe-1 -- rlt :

undefeated Pahokee I after Black's single in the 4th', KIndred. A two-hour meeting He also announced

Morrison. Field got the Jump' but was hit freely until relievedby here yesterday between Kindred !I' two-week spring football T CASTI LINE Ij, "
In the 1st Inning Sunday and Bob Piper In the 8th afterGraham' Principal Erwin F. John- will be held at the school here "

UNDERALLCompletely held a 1-0 lead until Stuart: double. Piper's first wick and Fort Pierce High starting next week upon the The orld'stn, Bait Case- }to r i
of the baseball -
batte ,some four runs on four sent School Coach Larry "Hunk" completion: Tuesday I k )
I official toss went wild and I Assistant tog L o C bother and i I III
hi d a faulty fielder's choice Bebee home.Morrison Slay and Principal Harold Pries- season. Aided by : ,1,1IT
aecrpronfedby j,
in the tentative arrangement Coach Joseph McCoy Kindred strong
\e 4th frame for a lead it ter resulted .
ever relinquished. Twice the Field being unable of the Stuart-Fort I expects to drill the younger inexperienced our cri prucess.The ;}

visitors rallied to tighten up.the to play on its home,field ac'edas Pierce game to .be played there grid candidates the Workl ,rd oil l s I, lis. I '
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Automatic count but never did .they' have the home team* here Sunday I, Thanksgiving Night. Nov. 27,I first week and then add in the Tarpon an 1C lbb test
the final punch that would have and pulled off the day's only I with that tilt to be a duaL homecoming older players Nearly 60 boys line was de with Black ,Jq'l I
+> I twin killing when "Mule" Arnold notified Kindred recently of then
,
evened the. score or put Stuart complete with contests.ther Pearl Li I"ORW I
WIIIIams' -
second
was caught off on and elaborate teMILIET \- Interest in playing next fall. I't '
behind. queens
Laundry I Bit Bebee pride of the Sail- The box fly to score left: in the 7th H l IE COMPANY t !':'

e fishers mound staff staged an- aTUARTe BILL MOVED I TAX EXEMPTION HIT

I other sparkling show'' against nukes .. ARR r 1 H 1 Tilt 1 1 Tallahassee' May 1 (fn)) -I I Tallahassee, May 1 A move I .'
Morrison Field and with better 7,11.., eb 4 0 0 ) lH.f.ke I ; ,
: Without of the debate that to abolish the State tax exemption
I lb 0 1 1 7 any .
support afield would have won ... ., t
w r JacobsItrimediatb ,,,In a breese He hit a high mark R.too.Am.ld" "' e i ens has slowed its progress in former from gasoline used for aviation '
1 1 1 IWtlllinu I 0 the bill to set up a uniform LE DING IIARIYW.ARE
J Arnold tk years
for the still young season when 0 15Iu which failed at the 1943 /- 't
'. +.... -- If 1 1 1 Statewide closed season on andSPORTS \V ,
r I he racked up 13 strikeouts to k rf 4 I t tGriftln Legislative session, has been revived -
See 000s. mullet fishing was passed by the ,
rf
bring his total to 41 for 31 2I' /' oo. 4 1 1 1 I 0 and sent to the Senate this year. ( STORES I /
House
I' Innings pitched to date and he : .. _
&elivery MOIlltISOptFJLi; : IT 5 i ; with a 26-4 vote Right behind = -- :
,
allowed only two earned runs
I to 1 approval of a bill '
to hold that mark at an amazing AR H H P(> A FMifer it came 62 :
rtrf e to make the May 20-June 20 :
l 119 for four games. Knneh.e.:_ 50 H :a I f I f t 1p,0 closed season oisalt/ water trout IS ECONOMY TO REPAIR YOUR '. I
Stuart tagged three Skymas- R'.h..d' thoU4 I I Ii. 'applicable Wall counties Most
I ter pitchers for 14 hits with Horace (01.4,1..n hU 1 : : : : 0'p. I of them already observe those I HOME t ; 1 r I
Arnold'and Lowery collecting .... 0 I 1 '
'' I 0 4 dates but some have special : :

We Were ,Offered 'ajrJrAcccpted the Del ship for Martin Williams three and apiece Jesse and Arnold Francis batting H"I".'....4.sb s 4 I I ..e I 0 I 0 0 6 I 4 1 0Yet. e 1c.I.kl I seasons. SEE US FOR ALL r I I I jREI'AII

Authorized Des for Martin in three runs apiece. Every- coed s e 0 .0a0 i CAR TAGS FAVORED !
Wc"Aj4 Only J.
County. lnc I III
one in the !Stuart! lineup baggedat e ..i J7 : d BUILDIN LDS:
.
least one hit except second 5.... h, 1..1.".: ODD III "1, 'i Tallahassee, May 1 (A') The It I
County. miABT ,
4 baseman Marlon Tetter who wasa Ion mlone- o senate panned by a 24-0 Vote a 'ASE
MoTi." OUR IS T d I Ias
..II.I--J"::: : Arnuld 1. WllItam. Florida I If
Run. that
real"goat" for the first third ,. |. Rlrhmvnil. I. Al.rf.rf, H?It"n 1Tw measure providing
of the contestMllford 'ban" hlt.-I.h. I."iworv I. MAmaM motorists have both front and :
I Rlrhm.nrf ,....d ,,....-..Slu.'..' rear auto license tags. The bill [ J. : \j
.
Ma in Electric Co. Kronshage's single ... T. Morriion role > Ufl on bStuiui -
County and a hit batsman put two abase 0. "....1..-. "/.Id 8. Stolrn, ". 011... now goes to the House. *'
rilc'H.
Tlt4r-r H. Arn.ilrt M.rf.-y 2 N | Co. :
with two out in the lot for( Aa, ...d S. l).uhh' .!., Kr,,n.hnil,' C r y \
to eo". struekolt! --be 11.- II, h. TAX HIKE Bill KILLED um .
and scored
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Morrison Kronshage ..
Phone 81 "'.ins1 I. he ('.,d I, b. 1"1"'r x s. 1 The &u- r ,
I
May '
D yjBldg. when Tetter let Albert Alsdorf .. ...11......" ....., 5..rr Cord', Hit, Tallahassee
h, pltrlMir. .by .H4lw. 2 t 1CIo-h..d.l. nUt Finance and Taxation Committee
I easy bounder go through him ".d.,I. Run. ..d kiln -off C.inkl 4 has killed a bill raising Still Doing Its Best To Supi You ,
Into right field Charles Czlnkl, and t .U I Innlnr.. (Ino.I In 4th I" off
i .. Innlnidi. off store tax on department PHONE SS
< > 1.01/5
Cord 4 the /chain:
who started for Morrison on the Plp r ..4 I /. 1 tie lnnlM' .. Wild lor
hill staved oft determined Stuart nlmh--riper. r...... kill hr Kril' I IH stores
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br Arnold 1 I. Lo,m. pltrher t __ n :-- ,
for three innings to hold ('olnkk U.I-Poh. 0,0.. ..d -- If
I this slim lead but retired undera ...... Ti.-I, ,...

barrage of base hIts in the I
4th BILL TO RAISE LEGAL ... -
Lowery led off with a scream,I AD RATES IS MOVED '' NeedElectrical t

ing double to 'right center, his Tallahassee May t (iVD -
I.second of the day Horace Arn- The Senate passed by a 27-8 I'Q '
old's single moved him to third vote a bill by Senator A. O Mc- ?
IH Equipment
knd he slid under a relay to the Arthur of Fernandina which 'It Ir //I

OR MOTHEi plate of Jesse Arnold's slow roll would increase legal advertising ._-

I er to tally the first Stuartrun. rate|. ..The bill, which now goes
"* Williams followed with a draggedhit to the House would raise legal Ono thing's certain:
toward third to load the from to 70 cents
rates 50 a squareInch
Perfume Sets By bases and Black single to right for the first insertion and /
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j. I combined with a slow Morrison 25 to 40 cent for subsequent Insertions. YOU'LL FIND IT AT hll' a.t l/i I,

Elizabeth Ard\ Cara Nome Even' g'In Paris t Coty (Field more relay runs brought'' home three McArthur. explained' the bill

Yardley Old Sorfthad Ray Helsle) ,', single Horace would affect principally weekly I
t Arnolds double and a two-run newspapers and smaller dall- HUTElectricT

single by.Jesse Arnold made the les ,I
H/siery score e-1 ,In the 6th, but Mor- Gibson
( rison Field came back with sin BONUS BILL INTRODUCED -- tabs 1,1
Stan and Eleclro-Aril
gles by Madey HenryBoston '
r plus a walk and two Stu- Tallahassee May i (.4')) -" -.--==_-,,,-; ashen for partment UM. -- _' ,

ylon ar Silk) art errors to score three times in Representative t. 8. Smith of I e- Ac old Elr lo Water HeaterS -"_ j

4 Its half of the 6th to draw up Clay County has introduced a _- l-lNuns i ,
to e-". A walk to Elmer Graham Florida veterans bonus bill whichhe I r i ?
% fW< and Gale Broilers f:bi,l
Norris3 man a passed ball, HeWey't fly anda estimated would coat the Holnud Electric

wild throw" by the Skymatter State. about, $60..000,000. __ $pex Cory Coffee Makers = (LEAN upU@ I
= ,
'
catcher got a run for Stuart in TwoTurneWlectrie Hot-plates dlhnur-nxur ti
; Bored"ocoldtes the tth, but a hit batsman BANK ClOSING BARRED @ -; 0 1 I
; The Q.E. Vacwm Cleanerstrie 1
Frank Fuhrer's single and Herb Tallahassee, May 1 yodemCI ti
Richmond's long two bagger Senate Banking Committee kill- Ice ofcam Freesers
ELECTRIC CLOCKS .a PRESSURE COOLERS made It 7-' at the aloes of the I'ed a bill proposing that banks

Other Items) [,8th Inning. .be permitted to close on Satur
d Many
JUIC EXTRACTORS vV / Ar. Bebee took charge of proceed- daysThKLIGHTHOUS. ) =- HUT o- .

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r 1 FAMILY DAY PLANNED uiiiiiiitiiimiiiiiMiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimii- ( -- !- sey, Walton--and Miss Alberta Mr. and Mrs. John Roenbeck In STTMRTUCt COUNCIL Rev and Mrs W O. Aldrldgt. ;of ing; Greenwich Mr. and Mrs., Conn.peter, are Shor visit on]I-anniversary Tuesday. was of the Mr.lath anti,v ,

I NEWS OFRiver Hayes, Sebastian. Matron and tnkona. HOLDS APRIL MEETINGMONDAY Baker j'Jupiter, island R. Pomeroy it. Mh
be Martha Hilda
Family Day will observed Alex and
maids were gowned In white taffeta AT HOTEL .
I I Sunday at the 11 a. m. service of Ethel and Emma Clark who -- mdommimanow
>ki} with long white gloves,
the Presbyterian Church at the Indian Drive shoulder length net veils attachto have spent the winter at their Indian a-; Council t*>,
, ( Woman' Club, Dr. Charles A a half circle of lavander and home In Eldred'left Monday for United Commercial Travelers of
I "f' Carrlel pastor of the church t By VIVA CURl111111111111111111111I11I11111111111I111I11111111 pink rose buds set In a soft St. Paul, Minn. They were accompanied America, held Its 'tint regular A SPECIAL BOX of CAJ
will speak on "There's. No Place background. by George Miller who Monday bight at the
meeting
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\ Home, and literature on The bridegroom was attendedby will return to Excelsior wherehe Stuart Hotel Organised March
the Christian home will be distributed MRS. JOSEPH nEt'CIIILDREN John Rogers, best man, Se is connected with the utility 19, the charter Was received ata VIM SPECIAL
after the lervlceL AND JOIN For A
f Lester attended national Hyf
; ....- bastian. Ushers were company banquet by
CAPT. SVEC IN PANAMA Rowe, Green Cove Springs Park officials and member from the
L I children Mrs- Joseph Svec, Jr., 'and and Oelger, Green Cove 'Springs; GAMES HIGHLIGHT West Palm Beach and Miami [ Whatever Her Taste In Bint Candy ty.
Joseph Person
REBUILD and Bill Letchworth, Sebastian and WALTON-EDEN CLUB councils. ,
,CONVERT I Marjory Ann, left Tuesday at Charles McDouge| Titusville. C. Bingo, always a popular past Officers. elected and Installedwere Have the Best In NUNHXLLY'S and It i
;: I YOUR OLD MATTRESS midnight from Miami by air for J.. Redding organist, played time in clubs, was In favor with : senior counselor, L. B.
I Panama to join Capt. Svee who nuptial music and Lance Hay- the 100 odd guests assembling Eurlt; Junior counselor, Harris K Boxed AttractiveMfi 1 lbM 2 lb., and 316,
with i4 I""U, stationed there. They will reside ward Accompanied by C. A. for' the covered dish supper In R. Lowery, Jr.; past senior counselor fancy Boxei. -
INNERSPR'GS In Panama City until a Sherman, was vocalist the club house at Walton Friday Phil Pence; secretary\ and
: Government house la available. The ceremony was followedby night treasurer, -lerry LaPointe; conductor -
'1 Accompanying Mrs. Byte and a large reception In the homeof After the buffet supper, served O. M. Rancoek; page, SUSPICION .
CALL 71 \her family to Miami were her the bride's the Rev from chaplain,
parents, a prettily appointed table, Randolph Spinney; Perfume
mother Mrs. Barbara Person; and Mrs. W. C. Rogers. Servicefor and with the entertainment Kenneth Stimmel; sentinel,
We 'WillCall her aunt.' Mrs, E. R. Fussy, and this was from a beautifully committee lending a hand In the Ralph Jones of Fort Pierce; eve- Toiietwaterj
i her 'cl>u8In. Donald Ensey of decorated table' with appoint- performance the long supper cutlve committee, Cecil Johns Bath Powders
for your m rem ,, Walton. From the airport the ments of lace, silver and crys tables were cleared for social Jack Martin Ralph Chandler
Reproves usabl Fillilll accompanying family were over-' tal. Assisting Mr. and Mrs games. Many members of this and C. D. McQuade Th Installing GENERAL LINE OF COSMEJIC
night and Tuesday guests of Rogers. at the reception were newly formed club who could note team was composed of Ray HAVE YOU/ffMECtaUR FOUNTAIN SERVICE T
, | Completely' I tt lid your '' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Falrburn the matron of honor and th attend the supper dropped In Penrose of Salt Lake City, supreme WE SERVE DElXlOUS SAJtaWICHES AND PLATE LUNCHES
j \ mattress aUPI.h| I the ful. Ensey in that city maids. for the evening's entertainmentand counselor; Ed Morris, ESPECIAL BRHLKFAST MENU
The bride Is a graduate of the chats with their Kenneth Rtlmmell sentinel,
I owing new m. .riala: j helghborais ; DOUBLE-DIP SODAS COURTEOUS, EFFICIENT
innerspring nit I Fay: Whiddon of Fort Pierce Woman's State College and Heading the entertainment counselor; Karl Anderson, grand ICECREAM SF.RV1C(
spent( the week end with Florence principal of the Sebastian school. committee was Mrs. Leland Hub- counselor of the Florida-Georgia
Burlap am DeMaesschalk of Walton. In The groom Is In business In Se bard.. Her assistants were Mrs. jurisdiction, and Walter March,
SiNai IIMUI rag pad her guest's honor Florence stag bastian. The couple returned recently Louis Bell, Edason, Miss Am ey past grand counselor of the New ''ANIBL 'S
Layers of It ed a weiner roast In the yardof from a honeymoon trip Hulls, Mrs. R. Griffith, Mrs. R. England Jurisdiction .
Button to her sister Mrs Leicester Len- on the West Coast. H. Escott and Mrs C. Moehle McQuade and Pence have been
i I j nard. At this affair Saturday Dr..B. L. Dennison, president eletced delegate and alternate' "The Friendly Spot In the Post Ot"rW Arcade"
were Judith Sahlberg John and MR. AND MRS. McSWEENEYAUTO : ot this club, has called a business respectively, to attnd the Flor
ACA rovrliif George Sahlberg and Gus and ACCIDENT VICTIMSMr. meeting for Tuesday night. ida-Georgia grand council session P/0, Arcade Bldg. g 244 Osceol. Ave

1 o Handle ir turning Leicester Lennard. and Mrs. W. F. McSweeneyof Tomorrow at S p. m. Mrs. Hub- In Atlanta May 23 and 24.
I, [Hand riilfil edge i Mr and Mrs. "Chuck" Fet- Walton were painfully Injured bar has requested a meeting of From there, McQuade Willgo*
weltss and two children and Mrs. Friday night when driving fromJensen her committee at her home In to Boston to attend. the Mew
C+ ,pletely 'builtaiteeas Fetwelss' father, Rudolph Ge- to their home The car Walton for business discussion England grand council session ,
\, ill ber ;i wert former resident of Walton which went off the highway In on social arrangements. June 4-7.
who have spent the greater front of the Bell Edason prop The Stuart chapter'. next
urned ithirl 'part of the season at Ocean erty In Eden and struck a tree EDENLAWNMr. meeting will,be May 28.- i
48 Breeze Camp In Jensen Beach was badly wrecked. Mrs. Mc- and Mrs. Victor Conklin VfrpAI
ours are leaving shortly Tor Fort Sweeney was thrown throughthe Mrs. Florence Cave, Miss An azI.II:: : : :: .m. +
T 111 OST ONLY Lauderdale for a visit to Mr and windshield receiving cuts nette Cave A. D Merwin and
Mrs Rue Oewert and to look about the head and face. Mr. Arthur Phillips were reservation Social News of
$ .75 over business conditions with a McSweeney had chest and head dinner and dance guests at
view of Investing there. Mr. Fet- bruises. They were taken to Hoots Saturday night. Stuart Cont'd
weiss Is In business In Wheaton, I Fort Pierce hospital I, by their
Matte a -sBo 111. where they reside. 'neighbor, Mrs. Minnie
Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McCarleyand
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At present they are recuperating children, Pamala Ann and
pringsdio FORMER DRIVE RESIDENTAND I, at their home. Betty Jean of West Palm Beach CLARK-ROBERTS WEDDING
TEACHER MARRIES were visitors; last week end of PLANNED SATURDAY
Divans Miss Mary Rogers attractiveformer I Miss Annette Forgey and Donald '- Mrs. McCarley's brother, Arthur A wedding of Interest In Stuart -
teacher nJn. the .Fort Ensey Joined Mr. and Mrs. Phillips. Is that of Miss Isabel Roberts I
Direct rom Pierre Schools resident of Dorsey Stubbs Miss Katherine and John Clark to be held Saturday -
the Drive during thai time, Jointed Ensey and John Itogeri on a onutnnnnuuunnncuonnrniuuntObituaries 1 1 r night at the Druid Hills
Ma acturerTo the parade of Easter brides beach picnic' at-Wabasso Sun Presbyterian Church In Atlanta.
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when she was married to Dorsey day. Miss Ensey returnedWalton to The bride-elect Is the daughter
You Stubbs of Sebastian In a ceremony with Miss Forgey and IIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIHIIIIItHIIIIHIIIIIII p of the late Dr. E. C. Roberts and
at the Orange City Meth- her brother Sunday night after JENSEN FISHERMAN Mrs. Mattie B. Roberts of Atlanta -
odist Church at The Roberta lived In Stu-
t 4 p. m. Vows spending tlyee days In Sebas DIED YESTERDAY
were spoken In a setting of calla tlan where she went Friday to art until 1122, and Mrs. Roberts
I RE 3 VINGSSpe miles and asparagus fern The be one of the hostesses for a Henry Ballard, .'13, a resident owns a home on the St. Lucle
officiating clergyman was the shower given at the Woman's of Jensen Beach for the past 12 River where she plans to live '
at tentionr Rev D. R. Hendry of Sebastian. Club honoring the bride, Mrs. years, was found dead early yes- upon retirement. Miss Roberts I Zo 0 'PL1
r TI The bride was dressed In white Dorsey Stubbs, whose marriagewas terday morning In 'the shallow Is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Charles I E BIER DA
brocade satin long pointed a social event of Easter. waters of the Indian River near Roberts, of Atlanta, the former 'I
)I Hotel sleeves and princess neckline. Mr. and Mrs. James Askin his home. Dr. J. D. Parker of Louise Lowery of Stuart. f
i a The skirt terminated In lull court from Jamesport L. I., recent pur- Stuart who was summoned to
i urist ourtsAP train. The Illusion veil was held cheaters of the Doris Black reel the scene, said death was due Mr. and Mr*. Earl Rlcou and
I I I'It 1 with a coronet of orange blossoms dence In Ankona are now established to a condition of, old age and daughter, Chee-Chee, will leave
mchtsV I that swept the entire length there. The tangerine not to drowning. Tuesday for St. Paul, Minn., to
i; I of the train. She carried a white grove Included In the purchaseIs throughthe j jFul'leralarlanaements visit! Miss Rlcou's nance, John
I II prayer book with white orchid. being given attention by this Johns Funeral Home In Stuart Ounsolus, a student at.the UnJ-
it Our S Ile "> Coming from different towns tarseeingnew owner who has verity of Minnesota.
are Incomplete pending the
lo serve as matron of honor --' Us\iel/YQU
and
AT experienced grove men putting arrival today of Ballard's only
brides maids were Mrs. Lester! It In condition for production survivor, a son and daughter- MRS. R. O. JUDSON Let
''Rowe, LUNCHEON
matron of honor Green I in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Out Ballard HOSTESS
ort Pier Cove Springs; maid of honorIyflks Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Cain have' of Miami Burial will! be In Mrs. R. O. Judson' entertained ,
Hallle Curry, Bradenton
Hemp-; Waveland Cemetery In Jensen Tuesday at luncheon followed ,
: I bridesmaids, Miss Katherlne En by
'd, seep Sho -- ---.-- h Beach. brldgevThe Judson home on
:' Ballard, born In Latvia, cameto East 8th 8t was decorated with
I 12 North 2ndN the United States In 1910 and spring cut flower Quests were
DANCE CONTEST TONIC! to Florida In 1920 where he has Mrs. A. H. Chappelka, Mrs. Leslie Make YouSelection
( it to Horton't PRIZES TO been engaged In commercial -
THE WINNEJW Kldd, Miss Ida Albracht, Mrs. -
t i or of and Larry Si ndsntert fishing. H. K. Mason, Mrs. Talmadge
a Wilson, Mrs. Paul Hoenshel, Mrs. I
JOSEPH t. DeCICCO H. M. Klelfeld, Mrs. Stanley
r II Du ins Sleep Shf aqua.. aw P.ul Jan. F.HN w.It.M Joseph J. DeClcco, 52, Long Kltchlng. Mrs. L. A. Arbogast, .
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6! Or-:nTh d rd.r NIT.. Island) "Broccoli King" who for Mrs. H. H. Hlpson, Mrs. T J. F. .
f l 1910 S. Dixie FOLLOW T CROWD F TO several years operated a truck Kennedy and Mrs. M. O. LJtt-
I TOOTSIE'S farm at Oomea, died unexpectedly man. Prizes went to Mrs. Mason,
1 eat Palm Beach ALM CM1l.s at West Palm Beach Saturday Mrs. Klelfeld, Mrs. Kltchlng and CostumJ'Jewef&, Nylon
Phone 4830 He served as a personal messenger Mrs. Wilson
\ N.th .1'SAur, Fod.ral Hl..y Ns. I to Gen John J. Pershlng --- or I/re Silk "
Httiery
I I cr .ad.Vt P.rr.,. In World War 1. PEO SISTERHOOD PLANS 1
Mr. DeClcco was a member ot f JOINT MEETING
MONDAY
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1 St. Ann's Catholic Church. The PEO sisterhood met with eautiful Pri \ ;
Survivors Include the wife Anna and Tens Ounn as hostesses ;
Mrs. Ida DeClcco, five children,, April 21 at their home on ,
two sisters, Mrs. Angelina Savlno, Qsceola Ave. Mrs. L. C. KlckUter, 01? White
Smlthtown,L. I.,and Mrs. Christina president 'presided over the
? Iorio, Long Island City, N. business. meeting when plans
r SALL Y, and brother,Pat DeCiocHollywood o, were made for the Joint meet- Handkerchiefs'White .
Flt Calif, actor's agent, ing/of Chapter R and P Mon-
r who married Olorida Vanderbllt day at the Woman's club. Mrs.
KlckUter and Mrs. Hoehahel

3 ARE HURT IN gave Interesting reportT-trom
Su May 11 is Moth the Florida State convention In
ay, fs Day Miami on April 18 and II. M.....

( Earl Rlcou who attended a* a and / ored plastic Bags .. .. -:'White Gloves

Co In And Let Us Help j/ou Select CAR MISHAP :with'visitor Miami.her supplemented experience the while reports In House Dresses I ..\

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A fine Three persons were Injured, 1 The hostesses, assisted by Mrs. ..I<. ., ,
Gift for r. being hospitalized; when their R. L Taylor, served refreshments

car left U. S. I and turned over to the member The regular blouses .-' gowns : slijb .. vantt t .
1 mile north of Hobe Sound last meeting Monday will be merged
Thursday morning. with the Joint session of the many other Gift I ty&is
Given emergency treatmentand Fort Pierce and Stuart chapters.
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Toretries to PleJSe < released were the driver,, at the Woman's Club at which \
Benjamin Geller of Brooklyn, time the BILl will be pests of Lefts SHow-You "
DinctiveJStationeryaeCfll who suffered cuts on his forehead the chapters. w',
and right arm, and B. 8. What We, Have '"
Hair Brushes Zeeman of New York City; who Mrs.. Richard 0. Hupfel Is In ,i.
t had cuts and Tulsa, Okla., for month's
bruises on his neck a visit
Waterman and yrker Pen and Pencil Sets and arms. Hospitalized and released :with his parent, Mr. and Mr*. ,w,

Sunday was Mrs. Etylra\ i\ Bruce, Martin.'
toI
Zeeman who also suffered multiple _
cuts and bruises. > I Miss Ruth fiaffitn and Mrs. A.
The accident occurred when C. Coursers are In Elba Ala,
t Whatever You Giv Add Tt Extra Thought With Select Geller, who was driving north 'where they were called by the t-
in a 1M2 Buick convertible coupe, death of their mother Mrs p.
x of Candy lJ\HolIingaworth whipped the car off the highway J. Hamm. they will! return to ,
to avoid colliding with a ,Stuart the first of next week ,
southborund 1944 Mack truck .... f '_ II i I
S driven by Joseph Bland of Apap I Fred Stafford and Ben Redding
hoe, N. C. which unexpectedly. are spending several day
Jack-knifed as it neared the this week in Jacksonville on

.. Our Aim Is loP leaseBJNER'S Oeller car. The-truck did not business.: 4
leave the road It was reported t -
'hy state Highway Patrolman Quest of Mr and Mr*. C. M. .
Warren Button who Investigated, Walter are Mrs. Walker sister \. "
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and no charges were preferredby Mrs. J, L.Deese, and her son, S/UART/ ( ;'" 'I'.. ,' .11'f -
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PHA A .Y either party. Ed Miami: Dee**, and hit wife, all of /, "!

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The Presbyterian choir guild Dr. It. W. Blackburn\ superintendent
L Theater Building Phone 9 will meet at the home of Mrs. of the Miami district of PART ENT STORE"AOI

i Charles A. Carrlel on OeeeolaAv tbt.Methodist church, was the
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TOR WHY PAY RENT when yon NOTICE SOUTHERN FR .. ,rwi .a"i.N wA I t / :1 Qoue 05 10. a 1. k-mb. p1.., t 0 hono- FINAL DOCHASUc I) I IIN
\ CHOICE LOTS IN EERIlY own. your own now, ma CHICKEN AT ITS *T. tow* i' i P ltv0 tee.it las 0 0. 0.14 In 11. CI 0 CC, ,I
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ADDITION. STREET HAS home AND PAY FOR IT lb .BRING- YOUR rAMUTjf TOONNE To''k: t lisrelseIL .4.,,. .ui ii* C'' os 5l.4 N J

RIPARIAN RIGHTS TO un:..! your' rent .._,. Thta km ) AT TIlE .l .iiT. :: .-' : tkyno W:: i.. 5,5 ,,'ute., :ninakoeNsihet.s VIOLET SloAn.. 4. tONCtRth ont I '' IlNoUn. '

ONLY .Z....... PRICED FOR C-E-N-T-S. ,_ So Anon i OUSE.HI arti.oius I ::ut = Ia.' haN,, .. u'voeOb.ON ent.ino ..e s.oOnlwt- To ALl.. I RUM b.oebe IT.4 0 lh.t I Ores I 4 4, ,
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QUICK SALE. HARRIS LOW- today. Dehon Bldf, JUart, otarin E A 5. OlbubOCen- 111,5 np I, 'u.o" .doAllu'4ul4, I ,
ERY JR. BOX 1st OR CALL, Florida. '41;::::" .,01. ao.on nIoS o0.IN 011.4 I 1 tOn Ia, Of ..k.t 'C. Mn.P I
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PER WORD CAM' FOR"SALETONE ROW IjOAT BRASSIERS Glrdlef Health lAlpr AT 1ft UGHTMSI D1? I p.4 N h 'C lO how nisu.iSilt. 015. .5 Oo 1.1 300,, A. to, lull,'
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AND JOHNSON MOTOR. flH Garments, ladlY! lIp' designed : It Sect Non 00t
'FOR 11 ,
IMUM Sac Ii 0* A. ll ...... .0 ooo.l ello a,,
L M THOMAS PORT SEWAUU by Splralln. free diafnosis. May r.. f:.YO....... -' I" t.:"" ._d N 0 e.be oA. sos out 0" t.rc L.to:
ENS, It blnnlag May 1 Mrs. T. C.f: Knowlea. ; ...., p8wil. 1.l ,ld Onat
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CARS,
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IHIIIIIlVlllNIIIII'11"1"ARTME1S FOR WI 'llahS *.0 | b4Jk Lnella Downey .'!\: r5 F J r N $ :E EIt : TOSS In C. S. P. ouT, 4, I.O.,1 ,.f *0. ',lui, ." '' I' II I IVI.I. iv

FOR RENTDIHIIIIIIMIIIIlV"1"1" Spaniel Puppies, ( weeks old. CALL 41-W STUAjfT! ; Bead- (Wt Oafnie Awe Fart : ... i. I "I C. 0,,,., d.d, 'l I I
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food hunter, .., of any kind. Leifll hauling of poitm U H.: .:: tt'u4" 'L to. RIYO'.....I..'l.......'I, ..IlIdlca'..... ...'." ...... .h.la T..I,_ LEGAL ADYUTIILOLN u.n I, II. 51, A, II. 1047 ,", t

Mate, fit*.... H. Steffens Box 'rel.hl'and eiHresa. SlImmcii' aM.. plo1 ii tiininiiV: tnDOWN iL Rucud.- Ia TO 15T1It LEOAL ADVERTISEMENT ',,, ,, h, 'I '
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I Snappy *rrlo. Telephone WHY PAYWr NT when yea can 40. Lattt* Sound. 1. '
43 Hobo" May 14. r aim FiCTITIOUs OAP000 "
If, & modern U.: >.f. _.1a.4 'r- wltk a t Inu: p'anA"...": .. NOTICE OP IIS'FNTIOC TO lflivOODll ,
41W.PAYROLL own you vs. new, ul akkr. a 4 : tt ,, I, .' ,
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FOR SALE: Good Quality Heavy I' home AlfVAY FOR IT with ... 4>raaaa; al : aurflav* ....A .. .. k... '' ., ,t.Nn., .50., 10. n.u.I ..z N Chap- WLCIAI. 1 ,
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4j 'i Breed, SM for $11.10. Worthwhile BOO &National system your ronf %ny. This makes raclllly Adam llmka k> 4 WlMra pinS & 8WVl I$004 1041. .111 .4tWe .00 0.0.0 .0 00C'oollCre. _

Chicks: 11 .W North for keetiBg. wag and C-E-N-f-8 %ya. See LIsbon 48 Iitsanuaut VroduoM k, m Undrlla aiia' t 'Btarta.nd: n la traa.avn 14, yaiKwtU r Mh a al '0 1,5 U.nl4uC.ou.., :: :

.. Aye, Baltimore I. Md. hour, wlthholAg tax and social today. /Uehi% Bldf, Stuart, .ulr.llua It. '. UM4 far nanl k>ar ln* .Ct.nlut.e., .10040l.oaninu.e.tNnuhM..MINuttkI .4 .,
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M! ) f'eb. I Juno M, Inc. I security rtfurts, when you Florid/ r Ket Ik* muuur* t.e : : JI 4

loft SALE: ELEC. STOVES. have 10 or lore employee April !(/ 17. Z4.iy t. .* few.-? : \ :: 'loiN t eo r"It&i. o'e... ...:--!:: wb4b S' II tOAcU5u1u .an, In bul.ou.li.t.l 0 t P Pj

See n* lodayAsk for these at I" "(Jood '" '7 ste v.. I ot... .5 bmiuI
APT. SIZE. 10950. CASH OK the Stuart N vs oPticS. tf WHY AY RENT a PAPER : : tVTi" r.r.v.r' : 1_ I, J..oo 5 U. v.o.u.. rl.nO.. ,.

TERMS. CROSLEY STORE ..rc ft when yoYOf an OWN TOnI A. .. ... I,. IN 4. ..ld b.l.00l .

ATLANTIC APARTMENTSSTUART COURT 624 CLEMATIS, WEST PALM ROUGH-- DRY*EIlvl E, LAUNDRY K NEW MOD HOME r- riir. ".- 7 l W- ir1ri. Eu44ou u". .5,.O Jou? 0 W.Ik.'uh, 40,1..Na 10 : "If I i

BEACH. 't.; SERV -Your laundry an our receipt make 0 no On pnon.. I. 'vIA

AVAILASLE.pIeteIl FLORID"WHEM April II 14, May JUIJR .! carefully Jtaihed, all FlatWork C- .N.T-S for y Theo. ,.. rJ1 ; :: 0 0" IOOaOTIIT wotata, 00 nMOf tg .

sheA, pillow-silos etc. D oaluSoa.DehoeApr aTotl. 0, I.IOTT 0A uld Jcoa 5..4 0'ldnu UI.lel.l' fOn
Housekeeping ,. to. I
.. \ Fwntohed SALE:: I942 Ford, I door Ironed at* wearing apparel lay 17. 14. May L / 'a jiiH'T ,', ui 0., 0, C, Is, II 00 tO. SI. Ouu'touot prOOARD
ApartraeaU Deluxe Sedan. Pretty clean .ii.tor1 :
forWiomc Ironing. We I '
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T. PAGESTelephone Phono 1154 Pure Oil .. : Or lITY ldoInlONI' I 'jjlntiu
W. 1rt---
LI7JM. ) i r
service 2a ,
can give jfc* tuo lays I, l'I.eld I '
,
I1H Ration 4th Street and ,Ralld and willSick. up and deliver JENSEN MEET NOTICE Of APPLICATION Pu AX 0, 0. I'osti,,, cunein d I '

Track Stuart. UfO your I. 17. Use this econo- rf 1117 Ha... Bill Deco No. 1002'IOTlCt Poe I, _tU, ,,__ 'I i I

1I hOTEL \ : ONT1-CUBIC: FT.SIAEfER mieal lice for jour family.. to icons in, oiui., ,oji sO,, tOot hA.a. i : < i
I VICTOR SALE! (Continued From Page One) Jt IfI Jl, 33 J4 a upeue.iu \
I' RATE RLY Itc PER LeoWEiGl jI. ., ,le1ik0IN b.o. CII. u..d n.tt.
QUICKFREEZECAM ) !
: ,
WHEN DRY. PEOPLE'S r:0".eh ,
:
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HALLS
NET USED. iUNDKY, Phono 187. structlon contract: Also It Is believed !6 :ir.3S __ .., d'veieO4.. th e.'ore.te

SPECIAL LOW ELt\TRIC SERVICE' POST tt ) that traffic to the beach .,,d ,: e.Onwh4, ; : 'I'I1 :
Or IIV ARCADE. IfOR IZ: 14) \\1
would not be disturbed because 1)1 : cpt, "0 0l4 07.Yo. i t)
SUMMER RATES ;nm. : : NIH! RENT for a" PAPER 1.on ,. I Ilil Ir \ .
SAW: 1M p Lao.sun when OWN the new bridge would be completed -uf' 5Ss ,,., ,. .ofP.. ..c'r'L..tOCI.nO I'' ,
recei can 'II.
44 '
al' \'ooled engines. Also you before the present one r-- rll44I! 0 5ff' 01. 0 AdIAtlo. 'v0.lsWuo T
TOt f NEW MODERN HOME r $ .on.Oasp..o
irrif aUopumps.' Ulmer Motor I II was closed 00 Otk.o 0,. Ott. 4*, : <
iir I This makes 1. JJ IU
1110' wr large, airy. cleanwellvent.late Co. \ tf a. receipt. I tu.n. I. .,d Is. N. bOon. ,: : '
C.TI for yoa. A closer objective on the Alt .1 .' 5p OnI,. iv tOo '
nu.prtable. Theo.,1 .. ,, 10,.,. .1 P0.100.U. .
Cooo'e' f Si
.mmL FOR SALE:\ able top Florence I De In Son. Dehon I, bridge subject Is for a new draw .. IfOT .,_ a. ,*no, ,. on .wtdlnot.u

Ran... Uk t,.. Call 14W. If Apr I, 17, 24... May. ...1... ... ,' under Federal recommendation .0.11 On re .,. .onoedloo '. hi. IOn t' .

huge|lush ite In your CUP fine, Meads, large '01-U FOR.L- 8ALErto>_: -"eow pony-, S DOjfoU;' have trouble with your I should the new bridge idea fall.A fi" rj.' 1104 oeel.ut,,, ., 0.itI n,.. .010 buu ,o eon.01.., OwO-so.. Oe I j0 j01.e'm.O'lbIUSiznih.P.Sl. yl

vim rtooklng IN. bea.- | jean. old; eaty handled llfil. hAs not laylngi Then useHiss Federal survey of the Intra- 4 'I "1Ff 4 *.04.0 1lu 0 I.e 0. Id I. n.0. '0.r N Jo,iu.,. I.tot*,047, LEGAL ADVLNTISEMINT

Mil St. Lens River { II. Steffeiu.Wox' 43. hobOSound Pan-a-mln. Stuart Feed' coastal Waterway to have It ., (IA. l' do, 50,,, III,. l l lIf"

\ May *. I. fflore. tt ----1--i (Cue, Growl OonII
deepened to 12 ft. from the present a. IorccaoY.Cl .

FOR SALE: BO Un Hydraed ,;1 USSES, elastic stocking' ( now 1 Ia under way and has on. CInnoll CmnO o.l4.C..ts.C i: *
'111 I

lOOMS WITHOUT BATH of $lime o5. ,0.I Ed ban Smltllt tint%hlor Box lime 4(1 I gUrug AKnee pads Col'),. anklet, .. Stuart Upi In reached moving the southward Daytona Beach from Jack area 13 : : : 1+ : :i: : : :2 -.0,: ba Be I. 0., 1 0$,.0505cob.d* 50, 1, COok. : I ,; 111


(lit with Shower and Rot1'IMH ', Stuart 11 U R P H Y ft DONALDSONf sonville. This survey Is expected: of LEGAL ADVF.OTIOE TNtCg
eat In the formation a com I :

.t Your Disposal) FOR SALE: Boat III' 0" with. r FLOOR SANDING AND FIN- to embody draw recommendation In the for CLEAN-UP PLAN munlty orchestra in Stuart in or ,"
a\ new present Jensen NOTICE I. hock eel..oloI 0S
SINGLE, V" day $1.5' ISIIING. PHONE S2-R,. P, a .,.. I '
Brifr.-Str.tton M r, I' Beach bridge. the Immediate !future.\ Anyone ftol 0. .0 to've0.u e .4 J ''f
h W. Berry 305%eat 3nFOR : BOX 604. it. who plays a musical Instrument I Hoo'vOt..A, 01, aon'v. .'v 'OnA !
per week MM p. J. The deepening of the waterway One) -I. OC 10. CIreolt ton'O IAI '
St. SERVICE (Continued/ from page; In the city and surrounding area ,, ..e, "Io.'AIo, I. ut.o o.o.n ,
WET WASH LAUNDRY has received Federal I
... au- 0 l IaN CO.tOnY 1,0.
DOUBLE OCCUPANCY perUM. lu -Your laundry.. arefnllywashed but no funds have 1 la Invited to contact Waters by I', "P Ofla.,. W. II. 0.. ,Ik. r (
SALE: Ma>tercrattTrailer thorlzatlpn this one of .
II drive to make city mail or otherwise, and Inform .5. .ee .du1Oo'vOn, ,( on.' OfJI :,
'1'' loot Ih. eapaeilleellent clean and returned to been appropriated for It yet. attractive" !
Florida1 most him what instrument Is played JI, : "t-t: ;:. .'
wk ..... flltf ( you damp for home drying However, an appropriation of ,. 511 ..1.05 ., ,, ''J
per for baggage or phauling. He explained that the shortage and what times would be moataatlnfoctory us. ,... .lN ArIA I 047, okeno.H. .1,40 of tO' u.,00lle ,
ISO. II. SteffenR. IIJI and Ironing. Wl will pick-up $3rxOoao() a year for four successive 14 .Nu'i.N o. .0.1.1.4 U 00 p0.40 .0 1. .oIkdOoSl \
and give two I of the city' finance and for holding a prac ondp'vhA l:11:
and deliver you
.. likeli-
43 Hobo Sound. May years has strong available labor prohibited the lice Waters said he la partlcuI 0.000 Jon. I, lo47 ,l. h. I. I Ikuu.u I :
day service on this economical hood of being Included $In \the ,. 1,' u.n. 0 kp I ondoe. 000TY4'S, 1. .'
,
; S Rate Se lb. city doing this Job, on -Its own, I larly interested In securing some 0. tOn ,o Oou .0.e OfNu.tl. .
SALE New Apt wet wash. per I '
lOOMg WITH PRIVATE FOR : Federal budget next yeaivit la Instrument I te, CO. ci a.,... PI. lut a I'lUl 1Y4Cb.k. ,', 'I
electric ...... $100,0Chat. p Weighed when dry. Minimum reported. but emphasized that considerablecity stringed players. 00, Op.,, I OIl .a utizno ,. on.. !!i! ii. N. 0, 0 __ "C I II '"" "

BATH .- Conrad Sr.: Box ( bundle II pounds. WET WASH help would be teaseL' Into fln.o.. ,,lI ,.,,'t. tO. folloolo,. ECAL'ADVEHTISEMENNolle I
A has been set for the Ot O.eO.Cute. I
plan up d.oefiOnd .4. .4O.oIo
'ClLy"tru
Short*. 11 to per lb. PEOPLE'S LAUNDRY the work Including the Orchids grow In profusion on ,, ,, ,, -'
erne '111
I
... UI beautIfIcatIon of the road run- In hereby VlvM o(
SINGLE *
per day Phon. 217. tf. k.. the mountain slopes of Venezuela. Lot, N.. t..' #51 tO t..IreIII
IZ." the end of the 1,0.., Of a.,. rutoPt.0' to'.p l U Ik. !>
per week $ iD 5 pound nlng from east ) 0000
NEWSPAPERS:
: of
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imiiiiiMiiitmiiiiiiimmimiiiiiiiimiWANTED Prior Jto Tuesday' meeting a ., .1.1., On On,. oOne I
at Stuart New tf bridge to the beach which call the committee a canvass is to I noon (4, .,,nlu, 0,0 Ia,. a'n.
DOUBlE OCCUPANCY. per for palm plantings on each side I LEGAl. ADVF.TISEMENT 54, '1 ,, e I. 0oot .4 i.onnit .1
Sipper ._..._.. ww SALEi Fans, kl f hen window I klMllllllllllUIIIMtlllMIMIII'IIIIIIMIIINTfcD 1 of the and be made of all the city' business a;., nl.e Of ,.. 0.. I
FOR roadway some supplementary tOn CI.nO Of't
homes for nine determine nuN I. .1 '
Good
table osclllatdft. and attic N : landscaping, all of establishments C,, I' C.'. I OoI 0 .. onnus ; .! l "
week .. .. til.M kittens, part Persian, ,
Martin f.1IL PLAY- which: II believed can be doneat I J 1
NOT
be for
a want can be gained an '
C,. Dehort ftlf. Phone relatively minor 1.h I. to On A. to tOn kuhn.I "
'I lNGS but PLAYMATES for expense. all-day closing of all concernson .00 b 04400, los 4 to mll.I, .olO <';" '

IL ,__, 1'1 tlrigbt parties." Good home At the oceanfront proposed May 21 so the drive can be 4 ": lh.fth: I'
HA Y r, osca. :...t17: 1
AIR COOLED FOR SALE: $90o5nhly: carved anl proper care must bo lua,. Improvements Include doubling conducted on a full scale by -. n1I 0,. Is tb.ouns.T. I '

dining -ta*. six: chairs, ao d. Available ONLY to of the parking area, concrete I everyone. The all-day closing OIJGOTOOMONM 5AII4HAO.l.A ;zr:' (117. OMs'vvIflNFE5, !
I) 0.
PLENTY OF HOT WATER cabinet& orl- See steps from the road down to the ::14
sideboard lien*, tho ..ho.... qualify. was suggested by several attending ,r, 0' rIINISf ; ) .

llnally cusUdf made 1300 or cA' Miss Alice Dehen, TelephonlM .. beach and fixed concrete Tuesday's meeting and pending LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 0 I, 0. N, Ii. Api ,, I.

GiT phono Anber. In letter.E. or II. U benches. Public bathhouses and general approval in the canvass NOTICP or AVAILAOILITYaUePI.us COIAPPLSro. i-7IN -LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT, LEGALADVEOTI MIsT '; I.d

Tollman Abo Sound. tf shower also are cited a. a need. such a citywide close up of w.n .,. Ad.usu.unu '

W ANTi : Bee Hives, good eon.itition. Also possibly In the offing I II be proclaimed, h zIe.u z"I.. tiM st ho. ,.0b 0.a THE COUNTY iuncn's COUOT IN
SeeR gAiinrndTnew; businesses may ,, MOD POR MAbTIN
,
Whliier ,
P A
.... Box .u # th '
FOR : Vero. V.a.N. a. ,
Improvement of the road running 1 it reported.A th0'r17 STATE or FLORIDA I

W. GRAFFE, Motor 164 or Bike wrlff*Karl 150.08.Krueger Telephone Jr. 31 Pal CII,. ,, It alongside the ocean from was canvas also Is' to be con On.0boO IS,nul Kruo1I.,.cee.'lr.. 0,.kkh 0. a I me., NOTICE PIN Of PILINO DISCIIAOGE PITITION OCA roe crcf: : ; Y41c

Manager the St. Lode line south Immediate future INIST5ATOIEIN
ZZ- LOTS d partly built frame County ducted In the
Box 1147 f May 1, I, IS. 3 0. ,0.nl0.Ot.d.Coue "rOe.II. tcGAaL, a SSTATO I
OrPHONE hou...... >M. See Curtis Bass, to the road from the Jensen of all truck owners to determine 5od, 00.14,, 0ue. '0 ath.rl 0It. 1 ,

FOR SAf Cabin boat Zt-ft. behind 0 war Paint Shop on Beach Bridge. Rights of way for If they will be willing to lend 5, tiers Deccusur, ,

1155 5-tnchfflr 1-". ,-Ioeh.., now Old Soot Dixie Highway or this work have been granted It their vehicles to the commlttet 10.0, '.u.uwa.a.d.elul le 0l..o.,.. u.n..1 ,ore. TO N.HiN AL!. WHO,oelonIO T MAY CON N 00., :

up., being 'r-finbhea\ clean eondltloa. .rlQ p, 13k May .. I. II I reported. >When completedthis for helping In the cleanup to ru,. 000e50. .0011 m1-r- I_ 00. nn Cool ,. ,0. out inUA0'l,1ofle :teIov;
Of 5 5.a
(And fishing or family -- stretch of road would con- transport all collections of trashto ,.,000 ..oId.,1I 51e f0, 000 Ion ,,,., 00.ut of I I 0 on'I nfl.4 a, vaEIlP at. lj..

01 RENT: Room facing SI boatrfllso one IS.loot open WANTEDIC to repair. Export nect with a similar Improvement a dumping place as yet un ,. Cclii,, fu. dO.1l, ,' 4 C,, flooldl.ub.'rn. Io1n
,...: ,I i. eoee.t.d u.nO
'I p.
t Pai Mechanical iLfierrlce. Stout In St. Lucle County northwardto determined. Wreckers also art ... ,,, 004tO.I.ee I? 0. IOn
Line,, River. AIM apartment boat th horse-power p. oo I.e S. n.izl .1. 5onON 000,, CIoI., Conso, tI .10 ?ou0mon opoeO
H. Serrlco Statlkn. Opposite Stn Fort and the 40tool .ubee e.nuI., 00Ito ', be lb. $S 0. 3 3Cuopte..IAe
Pierce
See present solicited.
be ,
Jtiboard motor. to 5in, Of 100.1 tn. P0.14. 0
miUbJe May lit. boNnettthej mor TO, nh .01 .10 0, ,.1. etont ron ., ., O'oN.I eUeld.,, 9be
Riverview ApartmeatbM. Sal. Iellur,0 Sea Hone Tackle.' art N.... rin* 11"U: road down the Island to the St. Baker also stated that a prizeof I, the Ia.d ,0lh 0 I. 0., 50, lOOT. I. ..,r'' .1.1 .0 dI.elOoU 10. 'S.,. 0.t On to n,,. ,Ik.e.t.0 1., U,. '
'd
ItIIIUItllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII C. n Old Dixie. halt way ben W"NTED.ro-*-GROUP-OF, Lucle Inlet $2S in trade has been offered. 0..1.d.TO.. 1 ''tw of *0'' eh.'vt cull s.d 0.0 I.e,e 11.01 0 .1 .ne S ie..4. Of c.t Coo. ii,,I,. ..0lo.k.ou'5sons. o., On ,.- '

Stuart and Jense ItP'O Improvement on the latter by a Stuart merchant to be used 00 *0. t 0. 5. 1 e., '
t. til OR : ::
MORE
LOTS OF 2 of the directing I Iteh e ti, ....oto n.u.tu. ArIA Ii, *0 t:41n ., ; ,
ATER FRONTIN plus the t-mtle stretch from the at the discretion (tcA Ii oacetx,
FOR SALE: I sprinis and 2 mat- ACREAGE ON inducement to : ,, .0 Ii. 1.ol t
RENT bridge to the oceanfront felt committee as an adut.lat' 10 tO. .oo (
MIIIUIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIUIIIIU for twin beds, $5." JENSEN WllBI RIPARIAN are and felt it was .-TI.ou.. za ,. 00,.. in ,mnd.T. !: : ...
he
RIGHTS. GIVE RICE AND by the Businessmen's Association cleaning up,' 0, ,re'rel .,Ite, .1 oh. en... T. Ovum 050)0, :.
rot SENT; Famished room la ell. 307 Semioole AT*. PHONE to be much In need since likely\ other such prizes may be tsp. Allp r. Am., ols.Aenil .afid, font ..nub m'f 0' II k ;, ,j
April 14 May JbR FULL PARTICULWS. the drive la ef- 0 nn., e tOo u'p," foe 4, Sa I, 4. II. ,.i,. 'v "I j
before, ;
Private horn*. Phone JW.TO 3237. WM. SAXklEK, 344 both have deteriorated considerably put up ehIO IsA'vIkuIos > 1
I in the decade. As fected. H* also stressed that II s.onnhd .1 001. LIGAL ADvtaTIsEMee ao: n.I l II'
reterstble % PALM past a result -
SALE! Sand eolor CHURCHILL RD. \ ST 'l'. th. .,. C to oh. ,p.rehit. 'HJ;
11' W, !like ..*. ".' Sosonthu BEACH FLA. the association has asked street a* well as lot and yardsto COOS .1 V0e1, cOo. .1,0 lhi ..0.nl,00f'v NOTICE OF TAX SALE FOR DELINQUENT ,, 5. 5. PMFItOY) ,. irk h ,f 4 ,
W rut and that the ,... Ure.ioreO I?. 54. *11 I. i '
UNT: Floor sanding nia-j thoroughly' the County Commission to act be cleaned up laos EVERGLADES DRAINAAE* Apel 1'/
been /
22.
Just May I. a. 15, son e.-.e.d s'.e..n 1AI1iNOTICPOYINTFNTIONTOOPC i'
Was and edger 'ReflnUg cleaned May bo seen. at Martin on this project and has advisedthe whole ronatr May was chopv (too Ic ohon dl 1,0.11 0, nut.. DISTRICT TAXES j LEGAL ADVPaTISnOEIT :. ; ,I

Den floors at reaioaabl ratnut WANTED Golf e*.1 lpnt andfurutturl commissioners that the association' In d all may ,becAnV AlI.tu, ho ftt.d I. uplutto N.e. 01 Oon.bnI... 00.0 AN.4n :'
En' .
1M Stuart Hard County Cleaners.April for club hotA Contact informed of the campaign and : ,uoI :; ".4,5, II. U., Joon, '
will
entire resources NAME .
E.u.1,4.5 rcTtitous* :
14. May 1. -* A S., 01 5. o.'vre I ,
Ca I Martin County G<% and be devoted to push the projectto be ready to do their part.It T.ou, s 0 .0: -, o lOut 5.4 ..11'vnoon 'h ',o,, Dt.tn1o T. One lb.mno '

OLD NEWSPAPERS FOR SALE ; Country CIII \ M completion If any sign. 01 cooperation also Is planned to set aside 55 cO.., ..1ut.me nfl.inutu en..u,,, ,,on..me.,sOn n 00 u, --I.,fua.nI. 4., I., t tawaiTs.
,
P* MY K"Nipt 'R Stuart New If. I the following Wednesday, May .00 ,00i OIl.' IIl On .. non .o 0..
RENT for a. le a pound at .4 are given. ..,,l.bt. ,. '.4 0 Acuil 50, IsiS, ion *0500 p-u. !
two good
On. or .i. .nutf hid
WANTED elh I. u'vts
cleanup n''loe :
whea yen hew N 28. as a supplementary I th 010. .5 inif oo.es Dl.pe. I utilOn
The association' request for tIo ho eet.n I bl.Int.I.
'Olt '4IIIIIIIIIIIUliillHllllUlllllllllllllUIIII'REAL Inboard air-coaled,motor I 0.I the main day In cass w_, a...... dnl,1.i..o.J.O00su I. .
NEW kn.Iu00p'lo.O
MODERN ME day or a* 0.4 0 p Ii. 0
,
SALEtelhilIIIIllIhlblOIUlIhOUIllliellhhllhllllIl aid In controlling mosquitoes In 5. 00.10., 0. O. t 0 ,. .. ,., 0.Of .
FOR to. ond
roar receipt. This ake. ESTATE Please give description p poor weather prevail on the peAt., a, TO. ,.or I. ...o.jona .
location. Writ Bos A ca(, the area have, received an answer I. e.Ik.u.. onItim is ub, Juz.. A. Lu I Of lO fr.I dd.r ..
t-I-N-T-8 J and ,, .
toe ySe. 00, ,.. IN, tOo Cel Mo tO Clue l Oou't.ro.s00. .4 wh.4C I ow .4k.,
Dike' NEW HOMES offered to Vet for News, Bin 1. Stuar with the recent purchaseof Jlst.Result In to 0,4 nu.losuI Ii sold ..I..I.I eI
So*. Dehoat dg, of Stuart of the canvas of III ,,. .,5A.. r.sN I. 0. o. 0oon EOn54.t. '
mar buy a new antl-mosqulto unit by ,,,. I, ...,eI00NA.nopi. I lN '.10 0onlne 1
P'S ", ", M. Hay JjfM. II day* after MODERN anyone HOME. Fla. April Z4. May 1 the county anti-mosquito district merchant opinion on closing\ I. .u.n.n.u.ntlee ,0.. .en..IlkoU Cu' ,.., ., II. .f., .,b SOffsa.Ib.d ,

their NEW. 11 are expected to I. .0.a.d0..le, '..neet.'po'i 5 hI. puOt. l.u'vnSt. teas, ot.n, ri IeEATN. l
all May
day ,,
01 1ZNT Cottage, I bid BUILT b, HERB YOUNG..i This unit 1 II now being operated dod ,. to one 51 IOn 0.41

HSi. bath,, a electrIc. PAY FOR IT LIKE RENT. Yes. MARKET 'REPORT In the county. Detail. on be available for said the, and Tuesday also due ..re'' u .0.II0. .0.11 hut ii.,, eIen. e., "n 00.41.to. 'i tO'CoI1ot C.on on HAkte.the Co.I.,0 aI.4.rtofid .1.. ,
session. Young ,.
CE.NTbecause it be found In another story .---ln ,, ,.d lu'vl'l' On s.d. 1. ,
till of P1ev. atleIthapi this make may 5. Ap 05, louiS poll
41.0 On
.U the feelings uOE 4,11 ol
01.0. '
to be reported on ,,
hate YOUR HOME In The Stuart New 000 arnu a. ac ss.I. ,. ,... .
2 mu north ..5oa yon will today. truck owner.. ...INO.i.o ena, in ,,kb ,, On p. dI.
of the city's
India iver Drive. I for the RECEIPT- Instead 01a ,A committee consisting of A. It was pointed out however, ii, .fikl1.Nn.4 0 0. lo'.ffA on. honn., ul ,Nil.ld 1.0 1.1..llor-
Don't wait- M. E.: WUIIama, Manager 00
of By
XICtUTT.
piece paper. A. Bertdry. Randolph Spinneyand L C.
,
that representatives of other organisation U .. .
C.lIou Of nIb
celect plan See TheodoreDehon tomatoea In' the pnve, m.tp.P0.14
your HarresUnf William Johnson now 1* at In Stuart who ..reInte..ted ,,
PAT P.E1CT hen you em and Son. Stuart da. Martin and Indian p D.mte a.eonuiOnu Ii., 1. lIst.
st. Livcle work in conjunction with th. In this campalgn it hol ne-or 13t.me

O5 new FOR, lwlIb7'IOot Modern April 10, *7. 14. May I. River area Is now'.In,, \. fuq owing American Legion post In the ,, aero* are putting Invited to the Won AINo A4nOnt.ImIhiOnLiu7t.c2Onrtes. --

m ep. TItle makes 'PllleeeilPllI elseesueeleueeleeeIelleellliu, and will reach peak volume town to set up a permanent 'Tuesday meeting\ Not all such HOTEl TOCONTIACTOUS
FURNISHINGSOIlllIIilhllIloleIelueleelelNhllelleellIllllll recreation center there, and another -
; :
HOU represented at last ;
See Deh.n 15. IroUpa were
you. & around May group I II working to eliminate ol.a 00,0 .dll
0 Bldg. teuart, ut 5O-55-lb.: eratei Tuesday1 discussion so the executive LEGAL, ADYLTlsgaegjoT
LADIES: THE NEW. HOMES for A total of ', the dangerous curve bo-* committee. not a group

POll,1 May.. i TOD will feature MODERN moved over the market laat aid the Florida Eaat Coast Rail- closed to personnel additions.,. It

GENERAL ELECTRIC KITCHEN week at in average price of that link Jensen Beach directry was stated.STUlfBAl'. NOn Is 5110001 DIVaN o ml,, : '
-'P-
tlttI.ie.liuIieItpI,5llUfltI, ( *. THIS to your lor the $1349.: with W-; 8. 1. Donation of the ? 1r,0:. ';'

RSALt. rent you pay Ye, financed I "This. week'* volume U "approximately necessary land Joe the latter .1 Iso I. '.0.0. tth ..1iOt _,..L IOn pill, 0 INoOfu .

thromb' lIlA and 0.1. loan 15,000-28,000 1 crat... project hat been made by own- Olnrelo ,0, lu .One 00.4,, : : no.00..
... Enjoy -
lllllinillllllllllrMHIIIIIIIIIIIUt mat** payment like a. with auction holes to flat*, Ojvejagrng er William FTedrlckson. rh.5t = ;LS1'n.O.
Modern borne) .. ,
I Billing Lot* > UtlM ta a to ;
for rue grower pa.. One) Sde .01.0 IaeN
IM119 t IMp 44 X II* It doe make 0-E-N-T-S Quality of &tomatoes U Oioel- The height of the' volcano (Continued from Ia 0... ',o.ei. 7'ln'ldo;

lIE rood location. Close 'J'" The rent receipt h your lent and sizing up IIIce\J.\ \OM'' Vesuvius varies from tine to IN l bolnu I.Io I.

ntee right tor *nUfc sale. dream ..... tro,-.a hj"yon. rauoatl and timer before the eruption of be in The Stuart New next p405 n.fi.0 rNse7g el.souIIT
.
fey
.,.__ lot ol 83. grown
i .... Tbo.
!
cell .r .
week
wBmM| 0. 4. can Bag of IndUntown. fold on 1DM,it was ejns feet high. after : PAl .04
Bon) DoHoo BMf.AprUM. alw tatd hi* into* IazOOS.
Box Hi, SOW Debon. n.lt *Uy:1- Moadail IUCUOIIoUQ.\ ." tb* ooniuwv MH! IMS '#_ Water* .






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sa nu sirjAitr NEWS STCAKT Martin County, FLORIDA, THURSDAY MAY t 11&7.I .





I i ,U Anti-Mosquito Personnel Using New Unit In Count




I COUNTY -HAS ADEQUATE ANTI-MOSQUITO POWDERMark -- -f-. _-_CQUNTY ANTI-MOSQUITO PERSONNEL POSE .WITH NEW UNIT I Intensive


Ii' ; HEALTH UNIT -.-.. .. .----. ,
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Control Work

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OF RED CROSS I '

I Done In


\ : ; ,: j COMING HERE I 'WIth the mosquito City

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;4 The lonR-awaltcd health mobile -, sonnet of the Martin Count
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unit will be In Martin '.'. )"" Anti-Mosquito' District'

County June 12 to 25. according : j. at work daily now attem'c'*.'

I 10 woVd received thin week from .i. In* to head off the i iI in"
est before the
Dr R. B Wldmcr bureau of I breeding
I ions can mature.
tuberculosis l control
.
; Coming at the long 1118istailleek I Mark Witham, district n,
.t f
1 11 of the Martin County Tuburuhw glneer is In charge Of III

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I unit will Rive mass X-rays blood A eluded spraying work In 'u.
I tests.t parasitic examination and 'City of Stuart for the tlm'lIIt

Uitnatytcs I free and 11'11I""ue\ and in a number of other um

health card which now are required In Jensen Beach, Indl&nu

by the State (for all food i and Salerno Wltham chief _

handlers and domestic employee :: .a.i. ... T'luo"! ph". silting U Roy McNeil assutut
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,1 Leon Jones secretary of .the .. w.d. ; I!!!' */,;., """" I Roy McNeil (Oeft'and) Mark Wltham. Martin for me to combat this county1! annual 1&.1:district engineer.
; association forecasts a lOQ por -- County Antl-Mosqullo District engineers, arc problems. Being used by Wltham till
rent coverage of Martin County McNeU in
: some of the
ffleople.1 l Pknto Slurtlci mod
month
shown with the new unit purchased last i *>
'One'hundred per cent means \\ilham (left). and Roy McNeil engineers trots for spraying mosquitos In this county at a : ... .. I tensive. coverage ever given M.

everyone. We ate paying tot for the Martin C-iunty' Anti-Mosquito District supply renter at WItham Field. ENGINEERS HAVE ANSWER HERE FOR MOSQUITOS i qulto breeding places Is a IM

r the unit I In taxes who in these j )pose with a supply of the liquid DDT concen- Board of County Commissioners ,. anti-mosquito unit a Bultik
.; times, would, pay for( groceriesand of Palm Beach County. This report I Turbine sprayer-duster nun,
leave them on the store 1- read as follows:, factured by the Buffalo Turin

counter'" he asks Work Shows I "Reference Is made to Page 9.I Ail Agrlcultura lEqulpment[ call

Miss Flora Stanley, county\ CountfMosquito Report Paragraph 2 and 3, of a report pany of Oowanda, N yThll

nurse will head the publicity dated July 18 1898 by Assistant unit was purchased bj

committee. assisted by Miss Engineer J. W. Sackett to Lt- the district last month

Bcrgllot, Nlclson Mri Lou Hill : Col. W. H. H. Benyaurd, Corpsof mounted iii
on a new Iii-toeb.\
Funds Available for Control
Mrs Earl Mrs J, Program
Foster Rlcou. Engineers, V S. Army, which ternatlonal truck with a MI
D. Parker and Mission Dell
l Is contained In a letterdocu- Investment of about

Hamilton An extensive advertising -- -- ---- ment No 91 from the then ActIng Witham reported. 12.-

planned campaign Is being! Three report* on mosquito 1 Iln such a move now places,Mar ul.lM I Ml ". ta Secretary of War and which -1,41 The engineer said this unit k
8 ontt 4 4."na.l t hytnM. DDT I concerns water hyacinth obstructions -
The State health division of I control lobitstEOI: : Seabrook tin County in a position In whichIt I Hilton Per inliPC one of the most effective fa

tuberculosis eontrol will send an Palm Beach Is financially able to organize I ,': PDT In.Jll I.411 nh:I IT. 14- ever has seen It operates td
:
the
.76 mlliblt 'As pertains to existing
9.18t Ml" '
advance technician to prepare County Anti-Mosquito District a control program based on the' ..*..i t.,-.,..... ..1.. UIIT a 2S-horsepower Wlscbruln ill.
condition of these In the
t lor the units coming. were given this work at the annual use! of proven equipment and on I A total of 13,663 gala was used plants cooled motor and consume
I st. Johns River and Jacksonville 4
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convention of the Florida-I I the employment of new tech- for fly control alone consisting about 65 11>1. of formula a dI//
locality the following regarding V
Anti-Mosquito Association In 81 of the mixtures when
BOX LUNCH BRINGS niquesSupplies following : heavy spraying It beta
Petersburg which began' Sunday ... .. Public Health Is quoted
a.- I'T .10. done. It ha a 50-gal Un
$100 AT AUCTION consisting of 6.000 ?
) and concluded last night David : W.llablo I>UT. . HELD BY MOOSE I Ibs of technical DDT and a sufficient Xrlrn. wul.lnn. 7114 IuS >. : which 1 III supplemented by a 1111-
the accumulation of
B. Lee of Jacksonville Is association amount of Industrialxylol IOT ml M>T In iintl I. Ml ..1.! thesefloating gal. tank tlso, mounted on tt
A total of 3.303 gals was masses would be a seri-
president. I'
High-Hunt of last week-ends I and triton have been purchased I used for mosquito control alone ous menace to the healttVof the truck and the liquid larmul
entertainment Seabrook papers Include operations which ,Is 90-per cent water 111II
picture was a for one year of operationand 1 eto'not
but these fears
of the mixtures vicinity
I' :
I't onsistlng following 4TniAllest
rquare dance sponsored by the In mosquito control In mixed Into a 32 per cent' : seem to be well grounded and It \Vj-per cent DDT,.I* pumped out
Moose Lodge Martin and Palm Beach Counties with'about 20 Ibs of
of Stuart at
"Pappy concentrate. Control operations preiwr
.
DDT I In ktmnu. I I.t W.N.WIT that the
SauvageS, A miles I west of Stuart and development In certain employing similar control tactics s........ __.!... lull ....U.MiT I. now thought plant behind It. The gear pump Iz
herbicides and how they are related ..!< ..,.'... 4'.Ml I.l.. absorbs matter deleterious to the will
Indlantown Road assembjy, provide 1m
on used
where fcs by Palm Beach Countygot 1 HUT I. Af-:1., \ I,''t| ..1. i health. The Impressslon prevails up
179 guests frolicked to the music to the mosquito problem. under way April 16 W.lt.M.' DDT IM ..... Ilbote Studio SO Ibs, but 20 has been fora
The follow Of the total amount of DDTspray that upon upper portions
R of Sheldon Baker Orchestra reports : 10 adequate.The .
Within the last two weeks were I of the river noted for malaria Mark Wllhara, ,Martin( County Anti-Monquito, District engineer
materials 42,449 gas|
Wood and Charles Height were REPORT OF THE MARTIN liquid I la Into lilt
acres and acres of solid masses pumved
I where the plant has accumulated Is shown with of tin of Insecticide
I callers." used for street spraying and 12.- a portion county's.supply
COUNTY AVTI MOSQUTO
lot the salt marsh mosquitoes'have extensively much less sick air stream, which Is a hot l iii
I 8f4 gals. were used for larvicidal concentrate DDT powder at a storage center at Witham field
: Peak of a box lunch auction DISTRICT
been larvlclded and killed blast of 1,700 cu. ft. a mini*
ness of the'malarlal type prevails
: was the bidding of \too for a During the war period all major In areas closely situated to populated : I work. than: formerly. In places In Each carton contains six S-lb cans of powder. where it immediately? ii at0-

I I box lunch put up by Mrs Earl control operations were areas. Inasmuch as a lot For street spraying pumps Louisiana where large masses I mized and sprayed over an ina

''I Tillman of Stuart Several other topped by the Martin County of the breeding area cannot be' mounted on vehicles with power of the plant have been plied tatlve growths, emphasis shouldbe not only because of the material much a* ft away Ira

I boxes brought as high as $25 Anti-Mosquito District commissioners larvlclded because of the long takeoffs are 'Used These pumps upon the banks at canals and placed Increasingly on hyacinth cost of the larvicide, but also be- I the nozzle. -45; liquid I la tint

j toward benefit fundI.Stuart. and the money allowedto marshes, It Is planned to adopta are operated using about 450 Ib bayous and lt there to dry up control work, especially cau.e of the labor time Cementfind ,,, info the air ,stream through

merchants donated accumulate. Consequently the street-to-street control sys pressure and the spray material and decay no bad
,)/ 'j prizes for the event foresight of_the. commissioners I tem" for adult mosquitoes which ts released while the truck tra- the health of those living In the Ing military and other personnel necessary"; for adequatecontroLn. there are 20 holes ,The iruu

''i" I ; -- has been demonstrated not onlyto vels at an approximate rate et vicinity has been observed. It from malarious sectors to the liquid pressure the irtiU

be effective but less costly 5 to 1 miles In working out our 18 therefore sale to assume that area where malaria vector are This report was presented by 1 II the atomization since the air

? Ii IiI I.W 5 h Be I" "We Service the es I than that of larvicldlng remote procedure Methods It was found u an obstruction to navigationthe present. Consequently, the control J M. Boyd county engineer of pressure 1 18 constant but WUw

There jSomething New In Tow ean I areas by planes, that good results are obtained plant need only be considered of these plants cannot be Palm Beach County, said not more than the sugF*'

I {- i by treating only one tide of the and In adopting methods for too strongly stressed as a contributing More recnt, work has been done ed 20 Ib*. would be applied.
I REPORT OF MOSQUITO CONTROL street The side treated dependson factor toward safeguarding by the Palm Beach An-
destroying the plant or abating Oqunty Wltham reported the dKtrk
''l't H K I OPERATIONS FOR 1946 the wind direction. The pres Its growth unitary conditons do public health and comfort U-Mosquilo District in the eradication has a supply of DDT AD

'iii' I IN PALM BEACH COUNTYA ent rate at1 which the DDT not need to be considered" f of approximately 300 1 hand w3= should last .lnll 1

( That Extra SeatGoddard's Ord Storage i iRa new species of mosquito, xylene emulsion la sprayed In -Since 1898.'the date Sackett "The water lettuce plant Is acres of water hyacinths Lake September when the season I!Is

( uilt InBA i Ctolex Nelanonlon), has been doing street work l la 28 gals. to a report on hyacinth growth as the host plant of three mosquito Osborne, and In evaluating the:: mosquito near Its finish; OU:
mile. The rate of DDT
found In Palm Beach County and appliedto it affects public health consIderable tpeclei, the larvae of which obtain benefits derived' by the destruc formula may be tried later.lIP

\. : LETT BR : Is now In the process of being an acre la difficult to calculate research work has been their oxygen beneath the tion of these plant At the pres- saId, although the present ant

I j l' NStuat described by Dr. Harry a Pratt as It varies considerably done In further Investigating water surface through the roots ent time this work Is In the process using !/ -pcr eent of DDT b Is-
''II t senior assistant scientist, of the with wind currents. Accordingto the of of these of being written for .
3117 Os a Ave. Phonid 209 relationship hyacinths as plants. Recent data up tremely effective However
I U S Public Health Service 'Incooperation present figures, DDT Is ap- related to malaria and publication This article wilt Include
I mosquito compiled by Seabrook et aI) (not other have been experiment
plied as larvicide at the rate
with the personnelCounty a In general. Engineering, ento- yet In press) bears out the fact cost data of spraying 2-4D with and will get trials.
of .1 lb. to which
the Beach an acre figures
Kit Palm Anil
mologleal, and medical Investigation that the hyacinth plant besides by boat as well as by use! of
Mosquito District This 4.1. gals of spray to an acre. The
mosquito ) now establish a definite being a host plant of Mansonla ground vehicles, This should be ALDRIDGE TO SPFAK
I I has been found to be locally abundant finished spray made from a 32 !
'j. I II correlation existing between! perturbans Is also a good host of interest and value l to anyone ON 'MOODS OF SOIL'
Restautftnt I both In Palm Beach per cent costs DDT xylene concentrate -, these plants which are found to of two other Manmnla. species contemplating organization of I II I The Ret. W. O. Aldrldue. pII-
t tF and Martin Counties us approximately! :3
I directly and Indirectly affect Util.ru and Indubitaiu. The a water hyacinth control program tor of the Methodist; Church

I t; I For the first tIme. In the his cents preparation a gallon.of All the mixing DDT'concentrates and the public health and comfort annoyance and density of Man- I I will deliver the first, of a sert*

tory of Palm Beach County, we It Is found that the hyacinth sonla pcrturbans and MansonlaIndubitaiu of four sermons on "The MoocIt
'
; ERLY CLE TS'JUST did not have the Infestations of and finished sprays\ The city of Venice stand on
plant Elchhornla erassipes. and I In certain sections In of the Soul" at the 11 a ro lilt'
done by Palm Beach a of
I County group mud banks
the "salt marsh mosquitoes personnel in the
the sometimes associated water Florida are at times to 0
comparableto Ice Sunday. In seeking
SOUTH that usually occur in June under the direction ofT middle of a lagoon. The earth la ,
FRA or
CREEK BRIDGE lettuce plant. PMI gtratiotes the annoyance and densityof j modem psychology on tuned
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E.'Dultey.We so soft that 1
July It Is that buildings can be
5.1MR. I suspected our are responsible for many of our) the "salt marsh mosquito" problem, Mr. Aldridge will sped
11' ,' combination control operations. will use four mobile units mosquito problems. The importance Aedea taenlorhyachus. Investigational constructed only by this SundaY. 'oe
\ I consisting of elimination of for dispersing DDT this year In Banana oil I to not Plle-drlVInI'j oa "Worry"
of these plant and their work this far shows the may 11 his subject] will be 1bt
AND BE IN GODDARD breeding areas by ditching Palm Beach County. Three of bananas or ,
f. existing correlation to the past vicious biting Mansonia titillans I any I* Search for Happiness on fill
Invit ou To Enjoy aW I treatment of breeding areas these are In operation at the and one of the hundreds
Opening I current mosquito problemsare species Is mostly ,confined to an of products I U 'Peace of Mind and onDisappointmenL" IIa1
with DDT emulsions and street- present time and the fourth
I hereby cited: area extending from Martin obtained from coal tar. 26 "
PUKE/WHOLESOME ,I by-street DDT spraying at periodic will be equipped and placed In "I. Both plants afford protection County through Palm Beach i----- __ __

Ji Intervals were a large factor operation shortly of certain mosquito tar. County. .

i HOME-COO D FOOD i In holding these pestle to a It will be of much Interest to vae from predacious biologicallife "All three species of the genus

minimum note the results obtained In 'the thus permitting, thel development Mansonia constitutes
a mosquito
I II OPEN 7 A. M. TO 8 P. M. DAINOTICE I'lOne of the biggest mosquito forthcoming season operations. I problem, that Is difficult withwhich.
I problems. which at the present III Palm BeaCh County la blessed "2. Both plants are used as to
cope-a* regular
I \ time comforts Palm Beach with as few mosquitoes as experienced host plant by certain mo.- sur
pest face
_. applications of
.
_. I oils or preparations
: : --------- -- County. Is created by the! flights last season everyonehas quitoes.
; of DDT In petroleum
I of Manwnia tltillans-lndubitaiu the right to' be happy. "3. These plants Interfere with base are not
satisfactory for
which occur at dusk and last
the circulation of water and impedes control, since
several hours. Due to the the larvae are not
: high SOME HERBICIDE DEVELOPMENTS ; quick
'I water runoff and surface
breathers .
I If DDT emulsion
I water table
which has prevailed>
of
AND
THEIR RELATION Drainage certain, marsh and are used In sufficientstrength
|throughout the Southeastern
) TO MOSQUITO low areas
to kill the larvae
i section many of the awamp Injury
t CONTROL 4 The cost of applying lar. to fish and beneficial
1\\ r I areas containing host plants of In response to a, notice of a vlclde is Increased when these result..Eradication life may
.' I 1 Effech May 1, 1947, lo Dec. 15, 1947/hrough the I i this genus are responsible for public hearing Issued by lha U. plant are present in bodies of plant which of the host

summer\Aid fall period, in lin T"Writh >hi greement the present Increase In the numbers S. District Engineer, Jacksonville water to be treated the larvae Indirectly destroys

\ reached lyth local dispensers of alcoholic beverages,, ,I of this particular species on May 3. 1&46: certain "In further elaborating on the most practical Appears method to be the
'of
"fL It ; if ifJ" which periXts Sunday sales only firing the tourist I' control In addition efforts,to control our mosquito of files: data was compiled by Palm protection of mosquito\ larvae .trolling these Mansonia specie con
Beach from
season I'' Is carried County relative to hyacinths predacious forms of life. It The destruction of the water
on, as much u our
and was submitted at a pointed out that the principal
f J. :I funds will I permit Some 'hyacinth public hearing at West Palm vector of malaria In the Stateof greatly hyacinth toward plant would contribute
control work was also done by controllng these
A LE Beach June 18. 1S48 Additional Florida in Anopheles quadrimaenlatus mosquItoes.
'
spraying 2-4-D by use of groundequipment 1 data the the larvae
compiled by Palm Beach of which Hyacinth
barrier1
1 r.;, F ,ii' A breakdown and boat of the, various' County District Antl-Mosqulto entitled Control 'are,'Anopheles surface feeder The larval tard drainage marsh which areas re CAR?'

\ OFBEERi4VI I DDT preparations used for control 'ThoCorrelAtion quadrlmaculatus and which decrease the circula IMAA y S .MAYIENOT
\ '
Of Mosquito Breeding, to and Anopheles crucians are tion of water .
1\ of through construct
files and
i mosquitoes for Hyacinth Growth" found'' associated with VAII'linew hear Ion -a on buy
f 1&40 Is follows was present water ed systems of mosquito control in be Ufere wemmrtme.
S NE LIQUORS IS as DDT : ed at this hearing a* an append., ,: hyacinth growths The correlation ditches are undesirable "W1 ym Wt leave #0'Arrive
.I. MM III
known I til and
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1 671lor responsible
Bl- 4nppfo': >.) knouiw t.rI : age to the statement of the of the breeding of these for mosquito a shabby car the "M fcvt" late ew sw

PROHIBITED Q.N SUNDAYS I mosquitoes to hyacinth growths These obstruction breeding o. With Saw, 4 0 Italshes, wt'r "Oil
cause dams'Impoundment
U now an established and rec ow to glol finIshl.4 14 Tell ever
of
n The City o Stuart LIST your Rooms, Apartments and. Rental! ognlRd' fact. as It ha been water tables which water are conducive and high you'll 411,11111 1d

I Homes with found that these
as.L plant harbor to moequlto! bredlng
tty mosquito larvae and otherwise ference by hyacinth The to normal Inter. True a:in li.@owl g and tiering LllsoWt

Th; Otice is published as a indle.r to those FULFOR'DIRt protect them from fish and water function further add to

\ 1 who Tutually agreed on this estalBUTIN I other beneftelar form of life the necessity and Importance,, At* Cam otelly Ecilu'lPP'loill'to "djo ;your Body Ir

which feedozf the larvae. U! a program for their control. Fen RepairL, All Wcir stientew.C .
ELLIT RENTING area where malaria is hazard- Tn treating bodies of water
PROPEI PEhfEN( QU" the removal of the plants InV which
THE CITY OF STUXRTBY Writ 1 18 ne of the accepted "toclated mosquito breeding 1 Is I
o.-4 measures with hyacinth RKYS'PA' OP.
'
316 Oi ratio 4Phone for the'controlling the breeding of, ,growths, a ]larger amounf of the W
L"R anophline mosquitoes larvlclde 1 18 required and
317tuart the
EURIT CITY MANAGER re-
.
,. f1pridis "Since breeding: of the anoprW\ 'suit of the treatment I II not"a* OVER AAP STORE ON 4f'X
line mosquitoes 1 II Intensified
by effective. Thai the cost. factor Welare prepared, 146 handW
these dank aqd- expanding "Y'ty
,or,04111106A rege- Ij increased byhyaeinth: growth;




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1J ITOAST'1raWa. ..ft'U.uT' Martin County, Plodda THUR8DAT MAY 4 19.. /. t ghg;



SOCIAL NEWS ,and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART NewsIte of m no.aft' F : r: {. '

IlomeTelr rh a95.W w'.f'
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;mjkKt: GIRL SCOUTS ,Preuet Zola MM Blakeslee, BIRTHDAY DINNER I 1 Mrs Edwin A. Mennlngcr left ; r

Ad AWARDED BADGES 'Helen McCullough, Valerie Ma- HONORS TWO I Do You Know What/ a Farm Wife Is yesterday morning to visit her I ,f.f.J

Achleremeni badges earned delra, Patty Lackey, Betty Green Mrs. H. K,Mason and Luther' daughter and eondn-law. Mr. >:
*' put month were and Betsy Barr cyclist badge Dameron, who share April It asa and Mrs. J, C McCrocklln. In $ Sun.2 J I
SdMOlrt Scouts at Tues- ; Worth?, $69,000 Economist States St. Petersburg She will return I i )
to
Evelyn RelU, dire Burgess birthday were guests of hon i f ,
at the "
meeting 0- Saturday. HITS
trooP and Helen TODAY ONLY I 2 BI ;
dais McCullough, transportatlon or at a beautifully-appointed .. "
arena Club. Mrs. J. r Bourne badges to Evelyn Belts birthday dinner given at the 8t.' K, IRA MILLER!: have. electrical devices eompirabl to Hit HoF1n o. '.I" f"" I'
leider, presented the following and Betty Morrison, community Luck Hotel by Mrs Dameron. Perm Clectri/hattoii/ rM. thai which help ihorUn, end. tl.h'en I 'AMERICAN MOTHER' '.

,wardS: first aid aMa badges to tn Jane I badge to Jane Morrison All Other guests were Or. and Mrs I .Toe often the farmer dun nnr'een.. farm the Minnesota production, economist chorea, .And,,0. Is that n., .. ....- :-- t ji
tyeh rg these BcouU are working toward Talmadge Wilson and Comdr. liter. till wife M s Cull'time m. iner as, to treat a coon Investment. I --
Expert lit class ratine an dMn Stanley Kltchlng In his ....._ .H* roeonn> and. True. there art no places In Cite i DOW -- S4 s.a,. e I I//
I Second class badges weer This Is the second year Mrs. appreciates her ability to cook rnr farm home fur luch electrical equipment r itIiSSa II .
Repair' earned, by Patricia Hancock, Mason and Mr. Dameron have the children satlafsctorlly. dart ai a grain elevator, hammer Ri : ,
PS. atch Shirley Preuel. Jane Pressel and shared honors on their birthday, mend l and wash the family's ctothlr mill, welder or chick brooder. Bit, :1' '

ear Work T Item. Jane MorrUon. Wings, signifyIng last yean hosts being Comdr. how home cbout for refrigeration wins electricity laundering In the i' HfI.I IIdae
grin
I
are entrance Into the Scouts
and
Mrs Kltchlng plans already
Hoar eroa' Ironing. cleaning, coffee making and lithe O'ahlCaf I I d
nil 2 from a Brownie troop were pre. are under way for next other hnuxhold chum 11Atl \\I.'
,
No. I68W. his ,
ed Fed ig ay tented to Jane CAMA '
Morrison Joan year* celebration at the homeof '
An electric refrigerator will keep t 7iPl >ie p nw j jwIFUL 'It
mil .?' Right Side oft Wiley, Betsy Barr and Muncy Dr and Mra. Wilson. food fresh and crisp elimeiaUiii the Hit No. 2BEA "
Boyd coil and trouble. '" Involved In ,lining ,
n St An Investiture ceremony conducted JOLINE KICK'ii'R': Ice for refrigeration. purpose" Farm WOMEN ATE I II ; i
k H ckson by Mrs Bosone. Initiated HAS SLUMBER PARTY' vlvet spend an average of IT hour. MERCY OFTORTURERS I IJ ; J
C rtes per' week In tht kitchen-time which" I,
k June Bowden lno the Scout Jollne Klckllter celebrated her t khe r
can be reduced from' m to 1 hours a
tie troop 12th birthday with a slumber dally through. the a... of electric moat araaational.hock da -. HI l
party Friday night at her El e A: ranges and cookers.. Becauie theeecooking etory of 4A ,!
InYone dorado Heights home Isabel aid are equipped with auto. eurtmwl I
"made features. It .Is possible to place I :Uj
Mather, Joyce Edenfleld, Pam
, .OTS FOR PENSIONERS food In them set the contrail. and
a Cross, Zola Mae Blakeslee, Joyce ;
leave the kitchen until the meal U nl
lie $50 to $200 Harrell, Florence Meggett and ready to urea Tt:
Jane Morrison were Invited to Laundry studies record that one
are WATERFRONT PRI\OJ.eGE5 the party which Included a woman on an unelectrlAed farm earned .* i li
R frankfurter roast Friday after 45". tone of water and worked ,
.ed walks onl of IolaTTO '
eery IT hours to wash 'Ito of a Ion ol
noon and movies In the evening,
owM clothes during s 11-week test period FRIDAY &1SATURDAJK MAY 2 & 3 !I
, After water. and '
s pressure system aturej US 1SUPJAY
WSCS CONDUCTS
laat washing machine were Installed the :;
METHODIST SERVICE washed a similar amount of clothes ti II
his The Women. Society of during U week. In 91 hours and ,\
UBIN Christian Service conducted the electricity pumped the water. When j.1
worn" too UNO Till _k_ broom 'IW iI iTj j .1
ow.y Sunday night service at the tr"1 It comet to cleaning-the
Same. will\
htint beta Invented which
.
Methodist Church. Mrs. John E. :
challenge the efficiency and time"
.yw Taylor WSC8 president, was .Incharge tend the gardea and take out of the and Ubor-MvIng qualities of s vacuum I I

LESt : ." poultry But. what. he may overlook ii that, cleaner I ti I II
Stp MARTIN COUNTY A piano prelude "Meditation, the rum 'total of hit wlJes bouMhold: I A farm wife, with free time, can "I
by Mrs H. H. Thayer, was followed and farm duties I plus bee advice and mike s greater contribution to her I "
LL DRIL by prayer by Mrs. J. F. counsel. makes her worth IN.000 to community She can participate/ more '
rib Bozone Mrs. Wlllaford R. Leach bar huibud during the couple s business ""lIv.Ia\ PTA activities be a hitter i I'.1"1"I' I''
read a poem and Mrs Herbert lifetime ceordlns to studies homemaker and enjoy, life \to s ( I
h tUnneeoU University fuller extent If "electrical helpers" F Lure o,2
A Types of ping made by .a-
Sudhoff solo Scripture .
sang a '
economist I Thousands o( farm airs relieve her of performing time consuming ,--- 1'1iI1
1PMENT reading was by Mrs. Joe Philp. work approximate! 120 hours per chores la old sibloned .
Vfd The Rev W. O Aldridge delivered week -oila. because. they da not household wijra. II MRS. FREDERICK C: Ml'RRAY tED { I
Charles & Jack Gipton the sermon and Mia Mrs Murray of Cedar Rapid, h! '
slay Cella Atwood pronounced the I Iowa, has been selected u the '
ad 318 E. Fou L Garage ApL benediction Acting u ushers HOSPITAL AUXILIARY and his wife, Mr. and Mrs Lawrence r :
u.t Weal of Dr.FfcftWERS Par Office were Dr. Abbott Morton, Mrs F MET MONDAY NIGHT I Roberts will leave May tfor1 "American Mother. of 1947' by. 1 .I lw, ;,
UtIe M. Kramer Mrs. I. U Decker The Women'. Auxiliary of their\ home la I Augusta, Me the American Mothers' Com: \:
I mitlee of the Golden Rule I II Is
ink and Mrs A. C. Coursen after spending several months d
Martin County Hospital met in Stuart foundation Mr*. Murray, who :
and BAPTIST INTERMEDIATESMEET Monday night to make plane does her own housework, is an
m -e-
FOR BREAKFAST for local observance of National author, lecturer mother of .
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me For All OCCASIO! Mrs Trary Martyn and Mrs five children I ,
Members of the Intermediate Hospital Day May 12. The auxl. and wife of a
'kok '
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Mae Clark left this morning for M's
c department of the Baptist; liary will be hostess at open Mountain City Oa. to spend I physicianVicVctjayi. 's'nn 's-" 1
se BOUQU CORSAGES CUT RS Church gathered for breakfast house and tea May 11 at the two weeks. at Mrs. Clark summer r____. asp kAaSS'Nn.e -.J. ,I I
the church nurses home when the hospital '
at Sunday morntnj
home & MONDAY MA & sjpj
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the 1AL ARRANGEMj preceding the Sunday School also will be open for Inspection! there.e J :
th DOMESTIC!>n MPO ERAMICS session The group of 3T young Mrs Carroll Dunscombe auxili- ''';"
people listened to the natlonahy-: ary president Is arranging details Mrs. C D. MrQiiude arrived ., 'd'tl
ate broadcast "Baptist hour" which of the observance. home Sunday from New Haven 1\!\?,: 0

toun SMITH'S FLO> n k lFT SHOP Sunday was devoted to inter I Conn. where she has spent two I o ....51 IllSURAIdIF :vJOHNGAtWELD < '
mediate classes Adult leaden BAPTIST BROTHERHOOD months visiting! her daughter you UlLL.... j.
mm.ad IRE FLOW* present 'were Mrs Ew Burgess, HOLD SUPPER MEETINGA. Mrs. Vale Hardy, and Mr. Hardy. NAN GOMT01TfSA t C ? "
Arcade Bldjsftjfh St., Ft Pierce) pDlejC 310-J Intermediate department superintendent 8 Blair and W O Penney The Hardys recently became the .. GllMWRAllcf '' VIIw 'r2oa y r
Ii
m Mrs. Al Mathers Mrs were supper hosts Monday nightat parents of a son Ipp OtIOfII'fD THE NEW WARNER ACHlEMENT I :F'tt'
A. S. Blair Mrs. .Ronnie CrossEd the bl-monthly meeting of __ e> .,.REINSIA1EIiI: '
furour Burgess, Robert longbottom,, the Baptist Men's Brotherhood .Mr. and Mr..'Jam... Fyfe left 1.. ESDAY & WEDNESDAY MAY 6'1; ,I
Fred BenUL L..C. KlcUUer.general present were Mrs Ed Burgess,, Tuesday morning for their summer 40.
air I Sunday School superintendent ed, and Fred BenUl arranged home at Nassau Point Cut- "ffiSSet! n.. ." ." ,ln., I'h.t ln t ;

am 'W 'IRA ; and the Rev Phil Maxwell, the program. "The Bible and chogue L I., after spending the \ '\ .1' She's a Wow at Telling Whoppers "I /1
$ /
g7el l
of
Literature" was the subject winter In Stuart. The Fyfes expect She's Maklnl Ii'I
Whiz at
TEEN-AGERS discussion and taking part were to return to Stuart In November t t. a II
rid 1400 ON YOUR DM ; The Island park at Bel-Air Bill Heyboer Ed Burgess, L. C 1 I 8ETTIt 5O4Ny '

nuhr am home of Mr and Mrs. Samuel W. Clements and Robert LongboU -e- ';:I ;;;OJ. HUTTOHTU1, '. f"CM041'nAjfl f-
Broadcaati y.lem Traylor at Port Bewail was the tom: Mr. and Mrs Samuel W, Tray- j' ,
GOOD LI 1 EVERY DAY scene Sunday night of a picnic lor have closed their Port Sew- ;
our supper for the Presbyterian- Miss Lucile Inscoe Martin, all home Bel-Alr. and left yesterday ears RITNAEI tNI1N05 10. pwneaeW Pktwedk I I !

heas AL ON Anglican League The group of county, home demonstra'loit\ for Allentown, Pa.. to UJ t.u.t.I Q.I I e t.H U bly tr ,I I
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. teen-age members of the First agent attended a food preservation spend the summer. llrlr Betty Sing-How Do You Oo It- / J ,!Ii. r j
vat Presbyterian and St. Mary" workshop conducted by -e- Lou Is The Darndcet Thing and That yrel to / ,
ted Episcopal Churches was accompanied members of the State Extension Mrs. Harry Frazlcr and son, Fa* aefrtct lnfofHMt contact revs Molt. Little Dream. Got No-Where' I '
by Dr and Mrs C. A. Service In Fort Pierce Mondayand Robert, who have spent the VETERANS ADMINISTRATION eru td I 1
Serving Uyfn, St Luck end Indian ,ounta Carrie! and the Rev. Richard MFenton Tuesday winter at Miami Beach slopped n -'- -... I

e- here for a few days with Mr and i
r Martin County Representativ Following supper, Dr. Carrlcl Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hartman I their 1' llj
Mrs. I, S. Oregorle on way ,
MRS FRANCES a SMITH spoke to the young people on Jr., had as dinner guests Mon- home to. Chicago. Mrs Frailer I 1

mmMe sop Phone 119-W, Stuart, Florida Inspiring history facts Among from PresbyterIan the points- day ton night Brady Ralph Hartman.Hartman and I. is Mr Oregorle-e-sisterDr ,Y IS CLEAN-UP MONTH i ; ;!//I"

he discussed were: the origin of e- I
and Mrs. Hollls Potter left .tt
vNrn 1 the Presbyterian Church In the Mrs Mary Hartman, society AND ;, 9
Jewish synagogue; the evidence editor of The Stuart; News Is In i Sunday for their Chicago home I ,n,
the winter at the r''
5ued after
that the Presbyterian form of St. Marys Hospital West Palm, spending '
.Art /Mewl\ FILE'S I church government, as startedby Beach recuveratlng from an Atlantic Court_ Apartments.e WERE OFFERING'
rAts St. Paul when he appointed operation performed Saturday :
tsSo elders In each cnurcn was in 0Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wells A. Llppln-
Fred Roberts left Tuesday cott returned Friday to their .
SoMl In Scotland during the
vogue
(for . .
early centuries; the fact that night for Brooklyn for a Atlantic Court residence after a I
day the Westminster Assembly In visit with her daughter Mrs three-week stay In New York
Ease of Operation' London In 1(43 produced the John Hlgglns Mrs Robert's son City

documents still official In the 'lac o ot
Presbyterjan Church and that LISTEN TO $ t
i 1e. It was largely Episcopalian In .

1 yy",,"1Sd.MO membership and that the Presbyterian j'Eve :J Ju.
Church was a prom- .
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I I1Q inent 'factor In the American Gti pt" ..I I
Revolution having twice arguedfor

I.4rt Metal Director m ean a Declaration of Independence he; '

C] i Q' teed. the. -.7 aJeantaios before 1770.. TR E ie'hI' : !
"d that. Art Metal. The principle of religious )' ) i
liberty In the world comes largely
t'r .
.has developed. U a halt 1
from the Presbyterian and
emtury. tl .bearing I.eoffiee Episcopal Churches.In the West- t { l
Q .. equlpiMut. In ateeL mister Assembly," he concluded For The Clean Up Jobl! ..e I
weA ...> !. thla" complete... hM k.agkW.eybnla.amas.d. Btof ;

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".Aet. .ii these' Art Metal files are found Arco progreaeitre r

ball.beanni' suspension 4 ...friction 'clutch side lock eompces-- Give You upport tvthe City of Stuart '

sore and Keavy gauge; sUeeldmt i: coaMruct OD. of I'' kinds ;;1I

Art Metal files can speed,the handluif j of TOUT filing work. for sale. I Mr, FRAN K

Sea the Director,file for yourself <; '|1' observe bow drawers PARKER This Drive

gird, efTortlesely: at the ih\.t. touch See why It runs Also yenta nil haear.enc. And Of Civic Group in

smoothly after vt 500,000 cycles Aeasdwt, Rat
a test op&ation over ..

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aBURGH pferce, Florida JftpdW) .Y'S' terssisd In tomatoes, ar 4 .,;

FLO ifDAk'PRODUCE I QUEENLY RES5'QUEEN I wUlI ke- to attend this field day.
1 at J p. m The program Dr. t
PICK RKBRIGHTENSksdrivllle Week's NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES. gin at the office of die CouatJ T Forese. MI Chemist. Int fir

May l-J'lorlda' LegalJ 'I'I The Agent's ColumBy Agent&, Fort Pl .rc*,. at I p. 'm.I o lead..In,.the' ,r discussion lIftolo&tBt, \tv
County
and
u brightened ding,
pr picture rap- with a discussion of fertility. thelfeld.. tr1y.Fr : .

I t y; t week with the Fort U M. Johnson disease and Insect problems. Following -
I Stale Farmen Market I at
H.... .......WARRANTYW Rome, AI. ale discussion period .
rung II record price of $15.SOtf M' par- for the office of the County Agent }v lt,teas. Add orals,
preparing
.Velure..t.N.. I. .hoo..h isL .,_ | A very Interesting Field Day high as $10.00 per acre
PLASTIC tomatoes and an auction C: hand h II' N. wmio,... and sodding pasture land. .the group will proceed to the /L roe Naar at Sro
\ IE i I Is now available In peraxe of 11301 a field crane ...Lillian.01.' b. Millstone. I. 'Ioilip/ a. \Is being Experiment planned bt.Station the,Ever Belle The County Agent's office has,I/experimental i I plots located about a rs.-1sd' /oy'Blwdag. '
sty of translucent Sowed'Conwity. glades I svibanla seed 7 miles West of Fort Pierce to Gu. H
t "Considering the cold weatherIn It to JagwMrl a small amount of n/itlfas sNeuse
Glade, at 10. a. m FrIday. May and tomato
y 4u |bewails and ceilings February. 81 Lucie County JarbC R' .Ab.r. K as to Ch._ Rwi. > All farmers and ranchers In. available for distribution to Martin examine fertility plots -I alit a w le w UTxs
..... H. ...... w. N. i variety trials Vegetable sad Meeting
s I+a rooms, kitchens, red: Ionian: quality In excellent said ......N. t.is teres.ed In agriculture and agricultural County farmer. those In- a phis aS
Csu rooms, beauty per a, Manager M. K William of the ... .CHwf to Tartarn. roraoretbt problem are Invited' to producers, especially ART DRUG C -

v rte wants, etc. This Isi Fort Pierce Market. The market R.ce.UIN A........t. Urvekaeat_.. .t "Coraolry. k attend this Field Day Among The State Livestock SanitaryBoard ,

I i wato the touch, I* lily auction handled 3.559 field crates SATISFACTION OF MOIITGAcaJ. I some of the projects to be discussed i Is asking all cattlemen to:

a -d with damp Jfloth, last week and 1000 to .1.000 A. ..,....", I.. of as to Carl i. and, Inspected are :ramie collect from their cow at marking .

n |t crack, chip, A or crates are expected this week 8"t\;:..::;.. Cew.Ar Seek 1. i. R.I. laboratory, pasture and turf gar and branding time six to ten
+ Its durability Deans The peak of the movement Unit". hill.I ,dens, Inspection of animal work! medium saw ticks and mall i F TE and GR ESEngio
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stoker 'of should com about. tile middle : ilur 01sttold and Twin ,including cross-ored trial i Afri them to the State Livestock
4.+ 1 beauty your C'-polar.. .. t.Ina It Tnaa M All i iI
; hoiu estab. ul May. wok of .*.".r .. a. k5I5.. ... cander and Braham X Devon Sanitary Board, Jacksonville,
r roniiner
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I. Y. n. U4. N J H. Wan I '
%'lt Iishnl t, .- YtyN. M. R.ddeh.m ft .k. t. A..... crosses) and steer feeding tests; Florida. Envelopes) for mailing : g, Surve ,Blue Prints
-' Lwn .... In Inspections of field plants of: these samples of ticks are available :

k + AspTJLlt tile -M easyto.w J#. SATISFACTION OF JUDGMENT bean; celery, potatoes, lima bean at the e'f of the CountyAgent. i
clean canfte cir K Steers ... music Land.Owha ly and corn varieties, with particular SanUry I Board Is Estimate n Request
1 your bHiroosu jjfnd kitchen gars, emphasis on the first three, trying to get as broad a picture
I) QUITCLAIMS j and review of work with peas Ot tick situation U possible, : 303 E. 41 EET STU RIDA
STUARTUk
oars. Cur'' 0.N5, .. II.... D..I...... and several other crops.Dr. R. A.I JhO: UM best of their efforts

Wood\\ooSj\ can be expertly I.tow N.r.via T..Door.. ..t.Nerve I's .Me.Cabn. "Emerson I : of Cornell plans to be prevent any spread of Texas PHONE 311A
1 at.. It...... so w., Peet 5.e.11R.dtr I set present In connection with celery I fever tick tit nonquarantlnedareas '
h S *aWe and finished c_...].. .
r Vou thouVjB* kind of finulu flCTn IOUS NAME AFFIDAVIT 1d' : breeding studies in progress, and I'
t Dr B. L. Wade of the U S De- I
(;, L <. Tk. Public
plattkV lacquer
bakelite j jI
t\i\ ,k..B'.w: Ski u Tk PuhltoOuMwn ij of Field
1 > Pertinent Agriculture drove owners are reminded BOUT THE NEW SCOTCH UTE
t ahellM varnish, lines umrnl ..... to Tk fwMk 1
Breeding Laboratory at Charleston their after June IS 1947.
SPECIAL WARRANTY I groves
or conibinm>n* thereof. All I '
I Nellie P**..iil It.Ir l. (fnnnMTunnin In connection with the bean; are not eligible for ACA compensation N
costs are Ml ed.r' ,. variety trials that art under ..aY.1 '
/ during the l 11141 program
I 1'."" "...., It... to rve"MITunas" ,
Inspection of work with tomato here Please arrange to make
Rugs fanfd. Pickup and
MORTGAGE Insects and of spray trials summer application before '
delivery serluce. Tacked ..... ., ,. 1 your 24-Hour Per splay
801. TrlnrM. M I n* f l again aphid on potatoes and his date.
JeanLi floor a. roe Lau .. 1..'.. Something Signs
carpets on
Jm'M W..n>. 'r. ..W.. H U.ur4tMinulm cabbage; also of nematode con -
Cal pet t g cut wd laid t. ........ M u I, JunnMUlirHV trol work on beans and celery II. Initial a Las st

t 'P Sa1 La W.,._.........s.. ........." to Pint. radical seed beds. Inspection of disease Of special Interest to the vegetable SEE
J r r |lng an dV polishing Io.in e end ..... A.....wilbt control work on potatoes and growers of the East Coast
1 ; mac e* for ran 1.0 ormation DEW squash and some remarks on i II the announcement by the e BOXWELp

; S frbrite \ill meet r '11's...".., of of florid P.......M..Hn I-milk Cub.H. .It.I lr<. control of root rot In beam Nor Everglades Experiment Station LDG.. PHON 1-
prices Insurance
r} Real taft 11''." vi 111. to H.hn.. P.a ni. ELIZABETH man C. Haysllp (Fort Pierce, of,a Field Day to be held at Fort
an ompetition.f ..... ,
ul FI. 1. Crewe k. Hower
rite See suite. of florid W Vluta, N.r4.M The Queen .f England were Stuart area) and C. B. Savage I
; ergo Keith of actin .l, .( 'lor,... M C. L. Moo n (West Palm Beach, Del raj area) \
f this dm and I I
Cdlnty Cleaner I* par. : EoRBldg AGREEMENT.. .. jacket print her matching Sooth will be on hand to answer any !
during
I KntlMk Nib Wright M 1 Ck i*"
tie's authorized rep[ aenf I : Pb 164.11 .Mil.yot .. African tour. The material to questions pertaining to agricultural THE DIXIE TAVERNAND
I PulIAL! SATISfACTION OF TRUST problems in their areas.I
1 ive in Martin Coun
t1 'f_.... and.111'" a .Mar, NNrr tulquuise silk with purple I
; STUARTALL E... to.c........ 11<..... "aortal .f Itavet These two men are conducting \
II- ..,..tI DISCHARGE small variety disease test and I

U S IIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.MI..IIIIHIIHIUIIHIIIObituaries fertility work. We are planning COCKTAIL LOUNGE

K> drag UEA'TH"CLKIIFICATE of Allr Hi.."hrl' .i.hlo i t6 leave from the office of IS Mile North of Stuart On Federal Hi-Way 1JF

INTERESTED PERSONS IN MARTIN COUN] BUILDING PERMITS art County Agent at 7 a. m Stu-I YOU ARE WISHING FOR A GOOD PLACE TO
Fat W It <..!..,n I. H....y iiMlv|. day. May 2 and from
ARE INVITED TO ATTEND I... _'.1 Kr.m> .ill kr II: n.. .Q@..
.. town at T:43 a. m. All
Pa H C B ckn If Kiuhhu< A" iimiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiimiiiiiMiimiiiin/ ,
411. .... from. ".... end .linrvriM- .ednlon .. Interested In agriculture and Its I EAT and DRINK
I, THE JOINT SESSION to 0-4 vanaryrlJ.a. tl br
III.. Ilse problems are Invited to attend
\ R. L. JEFFRIES I
i 4 t OF ckn.a MARRIAGE I. Tth-APPLICATIONS H.bo 8...... and this meeting. i WITH YOUR FRTNtpS, DON'T FAIL TO J T OUR TAVERN I
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I." b. LailInefentw.e.' '
Alf' ." Taylor. Hooimmo, sad Numb. WHERE,YOU WILL>blDrA "TASTE\yfkV\ AWAITING YOU.
Jensen Beach Busines en's E. Boiirirkt, Fen HI.. _. r
And Henry k,. H tit.j Ufn lafl,'*Nuts tl. Hob hound.WARKAITY Mound: o.4 DIES AT 76 Farmer and ranchers who are] SUPERB WINES AND LIQfcqilS PREMIUM BOTTLED BEER

l planning on Improving pasture
HOT PLATE LUNCHES DELICIOUS SANDWICHES
Cooot tiM Coo.mMt t. 1:1\1'\
:,: and planting summer crops are
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w. A. ...1..ar N nt iu 11I.01... Coo." Capt. Robert Lake Jeffries 7tfot encouraged to contact their seed SERVED R C AIL LOUNGE

K.'ii'.l_MclMMht. SWM 'a W.Ilef Au-l Port Norris, N. 1., who died men Immediately and place orders Open Fr nooO A. M. OrEEK DAYS
I.. C. Ck..d ot la Cbw" il 8.U for their needs Seed
as ''' men
....-. April 18 in the Brldgeton (UU.I I
p'' IN-9 ml.eMne Mr,. A..tk> Hospital. was well-known here are running short of carpet ,FOR A GOOD TIME V?

Martin ",I'll"-.. W. maw,. N .. and. .. .U to where for many year he main- grass seeds, Bahia and Bermuda
F..Zi..k H. .X"om at ... tained a winter residence.He eeds Also sesbanla seed 'Is very Film
W. A. ...,..... .. .. ..
hard to and steadily rising!
get DIXIE
i ...... M. Urmbtr W. toK.d. IRen'. the' .TAVtRNBILL
twee wall a pioneer In modernization Farmers qualified In the ACA .
Anwlvi'dam. Dcvlopnnl' C-pny !. of the oyster business program can collect at the rate
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TM ik H rd SVMT ui
8 P. Anne M.H. noon. l. Julie Orllin M"V and a leader in that business In of fl&O per acre for summer COLSON PROP.
the Port Norris area. Known affectionately legumes on lands, and
crop "J
C Clnwixi. in 10 r. H. Ms/.. "
Jenne OIL LEASE aa "Capt. Bob, Jef
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II..... P.._ Hiimbki OH
MOM tries
was prominent In maritime
FOR/ e_.,....
ARMY DISCHAHCi business activities tram

"THE BE u. a.AnnY SPECIAL WARRANTY Iena :DEED Providence, R. I., to Key West.

r.....i A. Mr...mrw MAP Krn.ar. Burn In Pleasantvllle N.IJ.' In
OF MOKTCACEIttrk 1870)) he moved to Port Norris MBER!
,'f H.huk>. lit J1AIISFALTION A. DnuahUy. !
SATIFACTION OF JUDGMENT when he was 14 and became
cur of bun' 't .. c.E '. ....... noted as an oyster planter a .
MORTGAGE
W..11A.el K. .. t. An Neld sea captain and as one of the

\1 Ittrk" T.II..M.r rI./r"ot,M W ell...... Hut first to pioneer In costal freightIng .
..4 miurt.Iroo with his oyster boats :
F. Nord lo Frot: Fro.ro 8oChorloi >. UMBER!
end. .....AFFIDAVIT A..t...... He was one of the old school, '

H.." P. evert The Pub115. of 'oystermen who helped develop -

H.... F. Dyw QUITCLAIMS" Ntwee.. H. mradly. the industry from the days .
or ... of small tailing\ vessels to the
Eating 800. ... I.... I. "''UII.m J Nab/woo.
AssociatiQ'I AGENCY CONTRACT present proportions, and was
I M. H CONTRACT.rlnrd. to J. a BUlo noted for his Up-to-date idea UMBER: !

h'_., c. Lone. Khlrlo' A. Cook Since his partial retirement fouror '
Take and Am .' L... ..... ..MORTGAGELit .ir five years ago, Jeffries, who .I
t PAnlAL RE EASE oF
.... lonO Bluen la ,._ D. was an ardent fisherman. spent '
",-b-I at '0'"GaEF.MENT a great deal of his time fishingIn I

Hare C .....".. .. nl to Fnnr ,B.con. his 40-foot power boat the ".' .II
.. Laura H and his tall, erect
1 figure, with Its, crest of curly '" UM ER! I
FIRE PREVENTION VIEWFD: white hair, was''s, familiar slplit to / ,

Washington May 1 Fifteen both in Delaware Bay and in : .

i hundred public officials and I,Florida.Mr. .

1 National representative of a large num- and Mrs. Jeffries sailed

ber of Important business, civic. their boat here last fall where

service, women a and farm organizations he tint became Ul tie was hospital -

is i will I meet here' May : lacd here Feb. 18 and removed -' ,. :
/ <, 1 and t to attend a nationalconference i to Brldgeton March 3. ...

S on fire preventbncalled He la survived by his widow,
4' 1 by President Truman to i three sons Norman and Luther

develop a practical program fora i of Port Norris and Claude of

I 1 1, countrywide drive against the Millvllle, N. J.; a daughter, Mrs. FOUR CARS ON IKD. MORE
fire ROLLING
H' menace 41I i Clyde Phillips of Port Norris; ,

C grandchildren 11 grandchildren and four great-

I 011,70 Sir 410F I
-Capt. Jeffries was a member

{ ?lanotn MOAN /A/MfU of the Port Norris Methodist 'I. ANNOUNCING THE
OPENING
Memb/r MIS Church and two lodges the t ,
Junior OUAM and Knights of
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Florida Restaurant Aociab>n (41 CO L .M1 A11110t.Yll 4 awlAth /. g $ TIGERT ON FORUM OF ,A NEW LUMBEr RD TO

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leg Foot Gainesville, May t President .
John J. Tigert of the University ALL '
Not rd ToIn of Florida will pArtici- SERVJ r MARTIN OlaUNTY'R

pate In a panel forum featuring
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r You Can Always Be Sure of Well-Cook 1/ tnt oN.wd, you, bulb at .,.Y drat nationally prominent educacun
nlon. .. a !; fun.fNd.q eon.tan. and radio officials\ Sunday at
Palatable Food When You Dine With U tell .I 1. F.NKTRATPJI.Nrna the Ilth annual conference of
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'Ie.<.< fJturtu CLEAN-Y' TH CITY ()F STUART ,of DEADUN Stuart 01f1H1S Newl printed NiWSPAPERThe' : and 1Iold more copies tastThursd.y \\I"H ;t ii ; ijg S i1prf.: : \ .

In calling a meelln,
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tt" i e Action by tJte ,City Stuart be forI .In the history of thla news- t tConU.hl"
'IV all civic ,roup repreaentatlve. to plan for a clea. 'ef city than ever """,,,,,,,",,,,,,",,,,,,,,,,",,,. '!"..,,")...!,...."' '''o..'''.'''''' ''Jr,* '

PubUahPd ..eI'J Thuma, a' Ia aa ''refreshlng..e a breece from the"ouan. paper.We belleve that the newspapn whlcb we have been ( FI9IJ1 tut Week)'! J. 1 '

Stuart,. Martin Count1. "orld&. That'. what we need' and more of with It. immaculate roduclnJr for the past severar weeks Is superior in newa r BIOL.OCAI. AJ"naI'lATION.u., .. J\Y..ClNit.U t; .... J I'

-, b,' Stuart DaDt Ne.... Ino. a ThIs can be clean, bright little efty, flowers and coverage to prior effort -and increased circulation demo OPICAIo 10 be..the Jnlilllllliol1 eJ..Lk, 'I '. /
parks. The Immediate alllWer
Florida eorporatloD.Eiltered I tneta and parkways, Inviting green onstrates the favorable public reaction.It i1MI it fd : ;,(-}" .j
and llIa. pc\
In the mood put countriel U 1.ofil( : I,
'will. Jret
attractive homes if we just better newspaper Into troplc1al : govem .
.. 'I COnd lau maQ takel team work ta prbduce a will for their <'Ctonllal I .1 .

matter at the poet otrlee'' atIStuan. some elbow grease belllnd than the"Clean-up[dea, W ek.'. ',we tiled and to let it to you on time, and cooperation from the We ad.vertlsers' that logical the aervicet.elpltllls of The(lnloni.t meanl empirea.... limlt.d.prell'howevn.d, a doud.1.' I IJ., t I IcatJm I' IICUreI

rlorlda, under tbt Acte ,We need mO i a 'round plan whIch will and those who l\lpp1y\ us with news notes." the future. Colonl,1, government II ec :erned wilh blltl ', ..
worked out ear which
March .. 1m..S a 'Iflltematlcally! have let regular achedules called "deadline. /' acle t.d 1: I
9' "Cleanlinesa.is next up Of trade rather tbM wit1pUR!
make Stuart .hlne. The old proverb to get th paper ( and the development J Jl.erltllge
allow
... help adjust the flow of worlt and us to be borne. Q.IonI,1 1OI'Vk... murc I j.
too. of which II IweIly
( YEARS OF SERVICE to Jrodline88. works fQJ: cltiell, of at noon ,ach Thutllday. expenlCl ... ., ;,......... .. '\ ,
The things are now we clean up the dty onr.e out Wednesday. ........ 0" _".. ... .. .R "" "
ft...ehatD.II.., .. .TI N._':". u._.. '.1r.1._.... twice way "for the tourlllt,'; much the .ame 'Yay that The dlllplay advertising deadline lI noon ads on received of tropical hCe 1J lurely not politicaL But tho 01O<1e","' ,Ire I'I'i.1 I'
al II. a dillplay
year that I'r
....., ...bll.hM .,...... A..... .1, tleans houlle for guellts but. after We eannot guarantee any will regard. admi1llstrlltion by the wJlte mall .. j.ted lultdllol! j ) ,
11 II. ..4 ... ....... 11.-.... a harried houllewife Wednesday wilt get In'the paper, and Jlone .. th h 11 J "
also after noon .. aubjet't. I'nc
.b..... Tbo T..... _I...... w all. the folks 'Who live in Stuart all .the year around until It can be >t rid nf. Bioto 1J Luting a \ If !
.. .. no ...... N... be accepted on Thursday mornings. fa.. of In 1111.,1&" ri (
11 0.1" bill' tkID
mlln ma" "
whopplnll' the "per "
make liCe.long
.... ,...404 0._ .. ..... ... _". deserve a "clean house, It would a deadline on cla88lfied advrtlsln, i89 a.m. Thun <<. It call. i '\
The
.... ...... .. end lhould plan ralher t au to pollticd I
Ir MlUoto. "'. tIoo difference In'our morale, give us all a daily "plck.up ""lnence. and to thll CIne i.t. : r':
.... ... _. 1C11Y"the '
,," .1. 110..1 One ''worthwhile addition would be a mechanical days.Matter editorIal or columnar Judice. Hence J doubt If thia WilY will go far. It to '1'.tudent '
the
Intended for page lb.
finish' I
thllt M f I
,.. .' on...... .. .. .... ... .._.....__........._GOItOraI ..- street cleaner. Costly' 'Yes. so 111, themone_ matet'ial of a y kind must be received by Monday.Outottown of tropical bk>logy with no guarantl'e of nlay'bcillC wid; at' I. ',' .,: \ (
r. LYO" ,..__. .. ,. ... .......,.... ..........-4..101.. 11t1B8CtuP'nrN _- expended for colored labor wblch pusnes Drooms aJunK correllpondenc t news ote. f om welrk ". hieb he b... Itatted becaulM! of the po..ibilily ,
II"UIT thHt It t :
could 1J forei.n to .de'nt'O may t'
that modetll .weeper notlc,.. to quit. The Idea
a .bort
the asphalt. It 111 probable noon 1uesoay. f fblolo
be received by "
$ RATF.a other communIUe., must to tn'pllal !>Jul"g '. AduWly. :t I'!
the of men ) .
1.11, OM y\\......... .......' yy-" .--' ._-..... be secured In the .urplul equipment dismantled.for sale by many The .ociety newa deadline ill noon Wednesday. fustrete, the recruitment "lIrd young to find anel, III 11M! hUlI1JIn fl18 wIth. Ifi: : : '

";;;i ol.. ..... -:,- =-.:: ::=.;::::::;Ie .: =...' .....- ... "''hlIk Army and is probable Navy camps, too. now that besnb it could be paid for IIt in a f w Deadline on all other new. Is Wedn value"Jllday which afternoon.occur, its "'tI are IrKrea.everywhere, .... there will be ,...edt-d the tI1'v t'C.tlf AlII whn.are /I :1 ," '. Il I

A WI.... ,.... Ie .......1.01' HIIU.4 .. 111I ... 'or ..........,... ., ... .... years by the hand-labor eliminated. l..t'. look Into it. \\ Ith Wednesday exception of nIght.PlfOase events. of "spot news ...ilKng to h lp 111 the care, understanding 1l1d l"rellCrvalim,.n! trol'lcd ,;"'. : :.1 ""I J :I' [

idea.We on .
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED P&ESS The Newa Ia 100 er cent behind this clean-up remember that these are the "deadlinea".whlcb IUltu... to

.....---- i iec feel the town would Jret Imml'asurable benefits through apply to our own staff. They Indicate the last The alternative 1J the h.ternaUnnal endowml'nt amI 51. fang ,.t Liuk.glcal .

;:::=:=O Oc=:lOClO OClOr::=:::::lOCIOWorlhy" beinJr known" as "the cleanest little city on the East Coast moment at which "finished copy" an be submitted to the InstitulM III the troplcl. whereby 1111111 trop1I1 Intcrllllti'"lut( biolc' >gy!it.ld.eun 1''Wesl It II the \ .'

''of Florida. staff. So' please cooperate by lIendlngin unhindered III IIn Intemationalaclence '
vrlntera--bY our but 1 think olle ru".t. tor'lt I : J fJ
preIS.
diHicul"
'of"Medftatlon kllger', way and the more t ,
MA i: your materIal early. the of t e n8C.'CI."Y! 'lIC.hII'VelnC'l1t, '.,: "'
rn CH earlier onThul'8day only hope "
oaoc::::==aOClO=:;:=:lOClOc::=:::::lOClO====OMar CET THRO It all adds up to a better paper reecived uooer U.NE.S.C.O.. AI well dcl<>tt.od thep...ibi1i11 "' I f'
.. .for blfltance, Ity ,
world
we never I t (he.things we an't have, or don't The Stuart News commends Stuart post office-for all over the county. Twn\( further rontributuJII wa. tq tropical bk'r.:;; from C'rmllSly>'th4Ct ", ulliry a I I: ', '

have.spoifour enjo/ment of the things giving this town nIght mail servIce as announced today. llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll1111 ( Ind. lint.. 192(), ll"n the d..1ino lMg...... f I "
i
have, or ahouldn't the S. malls Is to 1111111111111 ii ii ii ii i i i !-a. been one of the ogrelltest '\ : /
of V.
do have and tan have. As we ''value our happlne a let After all. the main objective That'sI no other lIation h.... been IIhle to fill the gap. As the wuhjc.'C.'t b biter. ;

"us.t Dot forget Jt. for.one f the ,rea teat le880ns In Ufe ialurning cut down on the tlltle In transmission airmall.of. and messages.even' city delivery Letters To JOe Editor nutk..la!. 10 shnuld be its organiut lID 'land.e"eel1tive.. I 'i\r"1'J I IBIULOGICAI. ,
trains
mail
to be happy wIthout the things we eannot orIIlould I h41 reason for fa receiver in Se.INCI. AI Alf INDEX or Clvn.IUTIOI'I'' I
sender to.
l10t !laYe... servlcto get letters trom 1111111111I111I11111I11I1111I11I1111111111111I1111I11I11I1 11I11I1111I11111I1111I11I11I11111I11I11SNYDERS another line of thnught whlcil leads to tfeI, same : I Ifend.

-Rithard Evans. the fastest time p088lble. THANK MANY FRIENDS 1 comb now tit b Iho'new'st and y" lJlgest r I : i I Iolf..hoot
local the <
Effective toniabt tbe do nr bour of tbe AJ the Lltest I of too .t. being ;, ,I"I"'pefulacience.

II 111111I1111I11111I111111101111I1111111111111111I11I111111I- ----- ---- 1I11I11111IYE pod office win be.ad.. ,!ced..t'W .bour ana!r onw ........_.... Editor We Stuart wish to Newa extend: to our(rlend. In Stuart and tlelnlt, our of progl'l'll. Not., 10 few biology_ In In It It.the widest...lvaUI"11'11.18', of"Pli hnman al Iho thoughV In I i'' jl 1 f '.'t [ t tfl1lm
1111I11I1111I11I1111111111 directiOn
'
,. .tep in the "aht received for ', I\i.l,
m. thankl. for the Innumerable Ilf1.8 and card.l .. of urban l8tkID and p"htit.1, It bI wnrth elnph..lZ .A
I AIR b bu.ine.. firm. line!" tho mean"" '
EDITOR'S EASY C wi11 be appreciated many for Christmas and ... .. ", to I
In lat ,Febrpary. actins on a requeat from the Railway our birthdays In September and November "'. ,""""" 0""" "'" "" ....... d'; "fi .

.11I11111111111111 III 1111I111I11111111I111111I1111I 11I1111111111111111111I1111I III II III11 III n'The Mall Service, Jacksonvlli office, which contended that to h... nt been 10 much II CIII/se of humull betterment as it II a eharacl ; : ': I Hj
this
Florida aboard the 12 ::42 a. m..northbound Easter.We' art unable to write to SO many .nd take way which whows Itself In two way.. '1 1 I
first railroad in thIs part of wall the 10talled the large amount of mail being put klndne. to us. tic :
wonderful
the Inconveniencing railway mail show our appreciation of your Idvaoc-ed CO htries. ol' "" 'Ilc. give m"st attenllon I" f1 f1to
elestial Railway which ran from Jupiter on F.E.C. train was places.- First, the mnot J II'' j.
the city discon.. Surely our live. have fallen In pleasant for th wII1, fillllgs of wood .
Mara and that have the care
and
Loxahatchee 'River through the forgotten sites of clerks, the post office here requellted pure biology grelltest ,;

Saturn to the abandoned town of Juno at the head of Lake tinue ita courtey "mail drop" maintained for years at the With .Ineerest, love and_appreciation MR. and MRS, H. L. SNYDER, and water.: they lea.1 destroy Nature IInd ontcd lillgPr11I""th 6vel'Cl'Owcltod thi. atlllnele povert 111 the, ii"i" ': j I j jI"'plcs

Worth. Juno at that time was county seat of Palm Beach fire station. \ Stuart.Itor oi lellller drted. The biologist iIIllm: I' ,I
,
and the March 6 vigoroullly requested he the grandest nalur Its 11I0.t rutlbs e"plol.
founty which gave it at least local prominence The Stuart News on bec-allse: perceives I Inln
little Celestial Rallw'y brought pasengers! and freight that the poet office extend Ita 7 p. m. closing time to 11p. ._-- --- ----- Mimi and nn enlightened. dnnllciled public to In i.t on s"'c'ntiHo' \ '
;;
established ommunity. When Henry M.Flagler thereabouts to meet the obvloua demand for night rt N and relCrvlllk.... looivkl\lally he can do httle or nothing 10 ploln'1 :I.i
the newly appreciation i
into m. or
our
to ,ou ) : :
of conveylnl
'lot at take this opportunlt, blteMllllkmal bI () .
In the We of ol'inllm
the resort mail dropped The weight '
built hi new rallr ad'and established ''mailing.. We poInted out that 011 the work bf the 01 denccl the nn.lllught. ,
town of Palm neach and the 'community" of West Palm the Stuart office after 7 p. m. would not reach the recelv.I'rs fnr t.he favorable comment of your newspaper to IlIs ht on adeqllale preservalkm nf trnpk'ul N"hlre ill alt its .
to fil'i
Worth. Juno blew 250 miles away-until the morning Florida Highway Patrol.An benelit of But It unrt'lIlonllhle alld hnpJII.ihlo j
P.each on the other shore of Lake up in Jacksonvl11e-only rendered by this organization for the p"terity. bi1C..k' I' :
bf scrvlces ... well {
and the Celestial Railway dlsolved in rust. There Ia noth'liug of the lecond day, a horse and buStgy condition. J1luatrated rePOrt forwarded to you under exped tropk'lll (,ountric>l, whit.1t are relatively po"r .1 I
1948 Is being the large "
left of Juno today but sign on U. S. 1 about 1 mile Recently we recelve a letter from Paul Kelly ofMelBar durlnr the yeara 1945 and ward. to bear the TeSpnnsibl1lly and expcn.. of. molilltainlllg tho f"I 1.1. 1
reminder the St. Lucie just north of the IM'para te cover.We which greater IloIt.. e"pet.. I'CHit, reJ ,
h of the Seminole Golf Course. The onlyl Fruit Farms on Patrol the best and yaric..cJ Nature reserve. }
,ou Hlghwa, IIlId'
constructed out interesting are striving to make the Florida .hat nne ,IIII'y' h'ld 1111 the "me "
orthe Celertial Railway was a little monument Marti", County line. Mr., Kelly bringa some States. Your euggestlon. to mark of an eminent game.warden It bhow. ,', "
hll a II'rnuo of nioneers about 10 or 12 years .go at asitetSirab points which to us Indicate that there. ia pre88ing, need organization of 11.8 kind In the United'/i1l1 always be welcomed and 110 money. whereas another bud 1111 the money alld 1111 gllllle,11t'IIr the ''r, '1 IIhurden
this
: t l OQ feet north ot the beach development for this nhrht ..erv.ice.Editor aid u. In accomplishing purpose pignantly, the fIC'C5Slty for Intemlltkmal ,""'p'raliml 10 tllIt, .... I.J! II t
--- b 11I111 to "'" tn'pk.
attractive monu.ment IIPpreclated. of tho wnrUiJause nf tropk",1 llnlQ' .
Lnown as' Surf Cottages, Thil wall an Stuart News: N. KIRKMAN. Director "
of a beautifully carved round stone crown embelliah.ed Your open .Ietter to I'olltmastcr Hartman in the H. Florida Highway Patrol Nature, whit'h d..apJlCllring fa.ter IInd fa.It.,. ,h..II11I111 IIIlIe'llla'1'fllIe... .' !

with figurine.. and distinguished by a bronze plate on Mar h 6 Stuart News was of, considerable interest tome. Posterity, line kUOWl, will deylse means of illnn"" IlIh.Mellee: '
Railway. It was a him In a friendly way on March .-- -- of this heritage than the peif'lIt! ,
the base tellin, the story of the Celelltial I had written to --- wlStefut preckllll ,
historical markr of .whlcb Palm Beach County resident&, 8, re uestlng a late clolling hour for the mail for FEC oClO=====OCloc====oaoc:===OClO=====. AIt.THnIC V A.lll or LIVING Tn,,,,,,, 1 i

particularly the old timer_, Wfer quit,! proud. The monument 76. That letter eyPJJ1lally netted me a pe tory reply handsuch THIS WEEK'S POEM..c Secondly, the eUct'l of J.klolO' nn Ollr live. can he fell by IlIIagb.- \' i ''

hardly had been completed whell vandals came alonJrIn lItatiltg that the matter was being mea10 sut 1111 g.ardeJU. parb, 110OI .00 "' """"Unll 1_"" away. 1'I. ::1. j'j'lhe

ffeWe;:; uu: daf o : d.dl: ; individuals or departments. In the the 1Itrenrth meantime :::=. :aOClOC====OClO OClO=-==OClO Ing places 011'01 leisure. relllsation .nd diversioR. al"llhe nlglotmllR, n..leell! ,"" i I t ; il jf hUt

: e I wall ('(Intent to rest the matter, n 1 GOODBYE, ST. LUCIEBy elot.es where civilillUon: depeDC\a\ on hinlogy as an Illtelle"hat I f ffrm

the State Road Department resurfaced U. S. 1 between 'of Jour Just demand in the New.. at the termination JESSE PASTERMACK the physicallClent'l'S whk'h providfl the Imrl<, ""'IT'f A"I" wewlth \"
Stuart f fII'
''Japlter'antt'bk ?ark and in"the proce88 an atomic..ge of the greatly-appreciated plneh-hlttinJr of the we"kI, Perhup' hortlclliture II al keen a OIl''U''' IIf elvilisatio" r t

bulldozer ItnOC'lted the Celestial 1tailway monument into police Department fOT a lame poetal service. Goodbye, St. Lucie, I regret to leave you ; of the lOrvat l Wllllt the tropk.. ha\'e t., nH..., I... thit way I '

a heap of r bblsh. I It. lies broken bd distorted beside the That the Stuart postoffice hl8 gottln: away with an I spent happy hours on- around amd near goodwill you. untold"NatuR.p but there II future 10 be ,"ged fnf. fur "hilt III")' ,we lIot Ii'IC'pe 1 1og.

I1Ighway. 'The brpn e plate which told the record of the early closing hour IIlnce attaining'second la88 rate. You were to me a good friend, whose trnpical mnulltain where it ls.alw'IY'' h e a I"moner mom. '

past was chlsled off the base and has disappeared. There wh.en at least a :30.closing/ : Is rerutar (Fort Pierce I highly prize. 1100 on trees, .trllddled with fern. Mnel o1''hi
is notbing left to remind the passers-by of this historic aiteor 10:30 lor aame trains) j is in information reaching me You helped me much and now you tend .tocU m08lY If we lire to hllYO IIKJrter hours ," ,",we ).ll"M'r..vlllo' .1 1.,
railroad. A contentiolo) that only a few make goodbye.I'll mon leboure!' Should 1I of he pioneen who built the first from a reliable source. To easy my "hat are WI! 10 do with the 1nc.-rellling ,' '
Eo A"M.UVE late dosing Is outweighed bY. the nightly pile and the toral struuds of II", f I
require a shore ,
lIeml-troplc ""Ilonal parks Jhe zona '
the !
and the fact that milll your 1 I'f"dorle.
of mall I've seen.. on the. police, .__desk_ H.,___, _...n. .. NP"Ot. ... Where pine and palm treelll'row! ; the enjoyment of 1111 men, as the temperlte fl'ginus nfft'r tlK! {
$ IN DANCER AT ''NLET ,the railway mail servIce Clalmeun"{, "y I'll miRII your broad and graceful course .? One t>C the loveliest flttWerinll 1I'l'c' In tho wnrl allowed. .
But for the grace of Providence. the treacherous coral a volume Having to no be legal lIorted voice in th in,afCalrs time of,Martin County, When the tol of North Winds blow. when F\ilme It\waslll.'arly of tbe eltind.FOTC'st; 1W a little It OV"beautlhel II celltury all tn'pi.,1 afrom/( town. g..d..1 I I IIhe I'

reef at St. LucIe Inlet would hav claimed two more'livealast remain trictly neutral in controveralal nd breeze combined. 1
weof Mel.Bar Farms Your waters, sun tropical Nature resnled.IIIK! dev lupcd in like molllnef >1. '::11' I
Wednesday evening. matters that do not directly affect us. How.ever'we And helped mo! fish and IIwim and .al1 see lutemaUelllal bul''" lOf uulvl'l'Stll' en .yn"\t.\, I IwOlId.hc"Tlta
Laramor ,.who'recently b ughttheshadowla..n O. Box 1002 for nearly fie means on an ;\ .' !
Wyatt and Chrles have rented Stuart P. Where Nature Is i" tun and rhyme whieh will flee.cJ world-opinion Cor o<: I
bar in
crOMed the in 1
had
interested.
Apartments here. and vitally, scale.
a quartw of a century,' are And harmony in perfect strength for ,U'CeSS.To .'
1111 III
launch earlier Js the day when when it was comparatively It ia physically impoll8ible for Olh i11
matters. r
postal Ihis. hi !in m..n
Stuart th'lt III 01
tor and then found that friend St. Lucie I II'm 'Ooc'lude, I WC1Ild, Iu t '
ulm. fiBhed in the rean a while. deadline with..omemail Goodbye, my ( ,
They me to make the 1 p. m. 1Ik U. N. E. S. O. to "'Klcrta e Ihe founding. ; \{
themselves trapped oulaide by a ground awell which waaaending to.ua il 'important. The advantage to bl! ,alned by going to be lonesome. ", ..tters, we mu.t 10 fur ((' bkI,, In a" man I '
combers across the reef.ConllnJr much of it through miMIng the You Inspired me and I loved to 8ee ,",Ihug and mninlenunt'l! of blStitutes I'U '
#'eat airmail Is nullified on if biulu l. It) t' n"l" ut ,',,,funf.lnt ,
In about 6 p. m. the boat was Iwamped and night trains. I am in earnest' In Itating that I am pre. Your waten shimmer in the //lun. In'f'I"1I1' rount''''' III p'loSihle. eollt,1 Ii 111 1111'f'5CI'VC'S
of white water. this ridicu- Ills ficJld of !Il"l1'Ch: to "'hehh.h.o",1" tr"I"
maelstrom with
'were into the authorities Rreatest
both tosed higtlellt "
me to the as.qet,
pared to0 You Sluart'. greatest wealth of tTUrit'al hfe It 10 be ((' IlIfficientlYt. .
loulIs Ijre If tho :
Each held inflated Inner tube. :. something is b.elng do"e ; great .
hope of Tropk-
an ot Stuart lous aituation. but Far and wide your fame"shall grow both undcrtakin bltn an Inlt"lhldl Sel'k'(' I
Only the of O. .,"Jerry" Smith dot and let audio ullify "uli.tt.cJ. YelloW
appearance banka shall worM tll be (
in his larger crulller saved the menbecause even the belltWimmer Hartman'" announcement of today Fine homeR your 8iul<,lO'. If Ihe rain. and Rblhty of the Ilrf : .11
k.t hent
postmaster waters flow. it III
wek' to fight : IQ j
in the I. As long as your .11 are fle
OWlled
than a few minutes fever II by none;
/! could not last more : I -- I' '.J' '
breake", of the reef. N'ews: I ---V; LlANCE b.>nefttl. ) ,, : ,
Stuart .. /
Editor irll, Vol. 12. 1\ 2. by Wild/n.
Ajf
of Stuart, IIU"Ulft
The boat. belonglnJr to Henry K. Lyona Reference 1. ", acle .to ,our letter of Feb. 28, William Shakespeare fll'1rlnted from .Bi..lofand! :. I:
an'k a... ,was still on the bottom when thts waa written reque.tina a Jater clo.in. th.lalt mail of By Son, Ltd.. C"." Streff, I h'I l//ry. ".
1947, .
made to salvage it.Smith' otberpatron. and wail their 1011II, :
be from
Mondat.although an attempt will da .. Your letter-toaether with letten Wise men ne'r sit ,
modestly aaked The Newa not to mention hI. the ,. requeitnr; a later bOllr than the 7 p. m. clo':' But cheerly lIeek how to redress their hartos. A FRIEfiDOF THE PEOPLE-

name in any account of the rescue, but we feel tbat he dervea now in effect waa immediately forwarded to the What though the mast be noW blown overboard. Glowing tributes to the work .of (ounty and h M

credi for leamanshlp and courage in getting the .n.Department for conaideralion, The cable broke. the holding anchor lost.floodt demonstration agents have been paid by many J>r.ople frQ .

.laramorea but of an extremely perilous situation alncl!! he Tbi. poatma.ter I. plea.ed to inform you that And half our eailors swallow'd In the time. One of the bellt eulogies of lhe county agn ,:

had to Jlerotla4e !lJa own ,traft hrQugh breaking .eas to .atilfactor. ,arran.ementl ha.. been made. Effecti.. Yet lives our pilot still : is't meet. that he lad, time to recently waa carried in Un.tock Weekly, Memphiaj. ),' : 1 1Tenn.

reach them. the I..t mail of the day m cioN at 9 p. m. Should leave the helm, and like a fearful aeen It is ,. ..iJHe :
Ma ht, Here ;
Martin County to the ea. ,
coming at time.when tearful add water studIed the. Ui"technical
This incident. a With eyes. In atate. lie
much waa farm your
i atlin! aaklni the.. federal overnment to appropriate DESTROYER OF UBERTY diBtrlbuted And give more strength to that which hath.too ; born on a for four years In'college.. nel : y.Iltamed .
the reef, ahould certainly The Communi t party f Oregon recently his the Ihip splits on the rock. side of agriculture than' hQ" Jill" ,'
funds to cut 'a ehannel through Whiles. in moan. experience, though, ''I
,
Secretary
'of from .
b.e brought to the attention of the Congrell8lonal approprIation curious leaflet In' oppoaitlon to the. demand outlawed WhIch industry and courage mlJrht have aavedt. more, far more, -;; I ,I :: '
Schwellenbach that the party be Part 3.) did in the elall8room.
of Lab r From King Jlenry YI '"
committees. which leaflet it inade this interesting _( ----- the 40 hour week. l1e hall been itUC '
t hundreda of sImilar accldenta in this C9untry. In that lie knows not i"
It Ia'only te
one chaYlged l
.11 trade unionIsts rain. He haB I
wblcb in the
of especially of road
Americans.
h. hazard "All 10rt '
occurred through the year&-the atatement( SUMMER PUBLICITY en every
that choked in dUBta o .u e
In every
could be eliminated bla deep channel over the bar. The and their rganlzaUone; IIhould remember time of all the yearIn in a field many timell. le a t i:
breaken tauaed by"Waves striking'and "tripping over" country In whIch the C mmunlst partr was outlawed. the No kidding. lumm r Ia the finest and .hlvered in winds of winter. .
are well on the alld the .allaections. of the and Martin County. doct red horses, tamed wild ti if
the shoal reef. In additlon when there is a. free trade unions Stuart bathing and" plentitude He haa culled hens
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Ideal lie has dipptheep.
.trike the also .uppre88ed. go04 fishing. unwilling shoalA.
''There's of
frequently were
sallflsJi"craft peoplp 'of people and ringed Msea
eett cotAmerclal and common
; thousands ers
Communillta about in this area for lIurveyed ,.
ask the tlmber
recreation
o and crumed
interesting
injure thel bottom.. It would be of' reet bought aeedcorn
aned coral and .
A. number IIf incident.bave occurred in thia past lea.on co ditona! in RU88la, the home of Commontllm. CertaInly thereitI. _who just don't know about It. Southeast Atlan. ranees, dUJr soil a mplea. and taught the, Sunday IICholela8l.
and the
tbe been .upprell8ed Florida
ventured too hear Communist party bas not All throuJrh central '
when .hive the .
anrlen
lleophJte. stock who are
lock folks"
,. faU on the outgoing legat party; and It runs the country, there are a great many 'avetage at the birth neIghbor's'ba'consoled
01l1y
reet with 1m all craft. When tngjnea I. the unIon. alld the tic States varatlon inthe'mountalna H bas presided of/our
trade weeks tb SO days summer 1mule.. 1111 hallt
..' tide the reef Is a pote tial death trap. itHulnan and barrel. And. in U88la 'tht free al'41" and s'o: to spend two and we have the clos- tbe wife of a farmer ; .
tbeU5OOO people" 'nixt
thaII' all lectiqn. ,of the' eotnmon at the aeashore with sat
of or fished you
more"consequence tes
with ,
tar 1ib eat
of you
Uvea' ari) Daytona down to "
etate pure of them. .. '
tbe police t6. ;
lanethrourh'thlll RU88I.-ls
.pproprlatlcm 'nefleMarY" to cut a 200-foot ban fon, been non..uht nt. ia. told tilt Ideal' ee.shote to a many wIth bunter's fire deep In the swamp".

eorat blockage. Let', let it done thla ,eari. Ind ,Imple. Labor, an'd 'everyone else, does standard what It of Uy.In Be ch'', famoull as It may be, s packed table.all It summer ca't, hold a at a He haa found labor for YOY. sold otton and ,
be'lntrealled 1m.measurablr of *he heavleit (lunlahments. The automobile. and 18 Nat as a billiard barn.'made 'out your .
the prIce may paIn
not 80m IIlt1 in 19l O-or on Asiatic levell. The 'ot genuine Jest planned your dairy
at for
earth workel'8'is almost "Beacb 80 far as beauW )'OU.
ommodlty on RUII8lall candle to .Jenllt bnk' tor ; JnE'tax J JHe
Jn''the mo. precloua << p(' comparison, knOws every/luxury, Reliable concerned. :,#' return, int.rceded ..Uhe you ; :
rullnl ll8ll, y and refaxation are and agarn. ,
Including time
h.lIll1a'n life. .ucb al.Mu Eastman, have recentlT, ..writtenthat. have a lot of fIne summer allllet hai saved 'OU money, .
authorities. We ha foynd a ,way
ovlet govemme\1t, a a matter -of :pollcy. haa fishlnJr and falr-to-average budde bottomflsh'n'r. taken your .on to a cattle show. He ,:r .[
the' utRlde :
l rood ,. :
F ( SHq of-workers frooQne part of the countrJ of the folk. over iD tbe Everlladea have daughter to go to high school. j. :
n reelde : called The Newahls transported legion.. to forced labor and \ &ome their' week enda aUaummer four.' b'attles, m 'd friend" l '!
'E ,Svilok .. port..sew 400pourl'd .to the ther. has lubjected them found out about It and quldlY"spend and He has fought. 'Jour
about havIng bul'1 :'about comparable only.toHJtJer' be uUCul ehannel baM community for one variety..e "
ltIornilll to complaIn JO has maintained them condit16nll, wIth \\IS now, catchIng enemies. orianized your
other church..
and ..Inlet.On .
of d ad fish IItterl1l1' my waterfroJlt. concentration tamps. manltftvt IInapper Ith live bait il\\ and aroul\d t\1e\ and to fight cattle gruba and to build, your

lPsidenta of the area''sale! that half a toa or lIO'of' ao-ealle4 'Only tn' the much4'eviled e pit.list ll tioJ1s have th4! Jenaen Beach resort operator has tarted a .-.um.mer He haa been .ecret.ry of evel'ythlnr.' '}H'ellldl!

."trash'flah" haa drifted ashore and is'eausln, a nulaallceIn nghta' of labor and the Ifcomm01l people" been IUUPU. va tion campaign. Thl ...-hla seco tear at the promotloll Ilothlng and he's the moat underpaid, ov .r ,wo ed..

the developed relldentlal11eiJrhborhood. and malntaln d .Only .un4er capltallsm payinJr.off.'f/ 1. the face of the urth.
tllthly prqtected 'nd.it'
"atural lo.ualy. Ide ,. tired out man on
tbe reo and. rflltionI tie grand
Tit... type of thlnJrIa both wastefultt -. h,,,, the ballhl freedom. af Ipeech auembl" : Alumrller"publicty, cljlJ\ lg1f would I He Ia your,count) .arent.
iAutborW.reeponalble the \ >U"t 1811 'em
IIOUrcet'alld Injuriou, to: p..p rtl 'vltlues. law .hould I been \\tept f111ly allveWh'.t thlll.An, mdlli 18 that 1\Il Wi e got the goodsal\.we; \ ll vI 10 do is ,
enforcement of the c:6naervatlon: of libertfi
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47t Joaq" MEMBERSHIP TOTALED IIIIUIIHIIIMIHHIIHIIIIHHIIIMIIIIUIIMHIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1 DOG GUARDS FEATHERED FRIENDS Is consirucwon,Central ui its I*grounds IU.,iu.. .Llrestock: Bcpciii| 11HliS. "
r processing at the I
t I I'' JackswiiSitte" I MJr. At: an aid Clearwater, May 1. -Membership __ ___ __ I II plbnt .
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I'' f it itI to seeuilftk WOO Tf ttniy-need- In the Florida Congress ot TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY

i ed nurses Un. tbejVav NursCorps. Parents and Teachers totaled I LESLIE W. HALBE
;'11' \ Congress qai paused p U0003 when. the books closed I By Russell Kay SOPRANOQUONSET
I billy; 'pfovdlnf) -war permanent April I tot the 1948-47 .year, SINGT
t, ij i r oitiinkalons .L1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111..1111111111111111111111II11111II11I11111111111111 I TEA
and commensurate
I I Mr* Henry Whltesell, Clear- -mmmm.T' '
;Q '. f aandalloWlmrewal1quI&U- water, State membership chairman STUDIO ONE 442-J
i' | With each session of the Legislature visual education tours and thus

\ t'!' ; r/Ri-a liursvs -_ has announced.._. .----=- we witness the demand for gain first-hand knowledge of 1020 Beach Court Pierce, Fla,
more and more! money from their State that It la Impossible
I those agencies Concerned with to obtain from the confines ofa R

nth Room Tile and Asphalt Tile Hrovldtng for the health and school room or from textbooks I W ear's std -t- the Rest"T
A welfare of our people. We need At the same time they

A PI 'of Relgien Tile in v Otis colors .more hospitals, more sanatorium would be receiving the benefits USINESS BU ONS
f 4 and 3 '16 Comr lot *, enlarged prisons and reformatories of healthful outdoor recreation,I
1 TiONS SALES Present day facilities fresh air and sunshine that
it far from meet the need and means healthier mental and CE
Tile Baths arda Porches of
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I every Indication points these physical development, ,
II I fit 1 r Is needs becoming greater as the The recreation value of State I I {
FORT PIER ILE & RUCTION CO.E. '
Stale population Increases
parks Is limited only by their BAR 'TTRE
HOWLET While It Is Imperative that we: number, the facilities and the !
do our best to pare for the aged amount of trained leadership ILITY & INTEGRITY
and afflicted, and Improve conditions -i provided. A great many States v
-pa>i 1191 r Phone 797 s 119 N. 18th ty Fort Pierce
In our prisons, and reform i Of which Florida Is certainly one, 317 O u a Ave. Phone,Stuart 209
schools, unless we take sep'i:; have had in mind In planning
.. ..- now to sharply) reduce the number their Slate parks, the many.out-
of public charges, the burden -i of-State visitors who come each
Ofcaring for them will become to enjoy days or weeks of
I From where I sit .../ Joe Marsh, year
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lest and
Increasingly heavier recreation. As our /
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By Investing In the future and park program expands we will I Rex, terrier pet of 1'K" e at Philadelphia, keeps watch I HUT
i spending reasonably now tor find It will attract more and ever his newest frrto, some baby chicks which arrived as a
'
We Got to the Fisjjmy worthwhile recreational and more visitors from other States, gift fur Bobby's youLf/ brother. Rex is taking no chances.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMHIMIIllMllivdMIMIIIIIIIII Sue 20* x 40" 3-16" Corrugated Sj TFGNDERSEAk
Health building! facilities\ within many of whom will be ao delighted _.._ .
A After the State, we can do much to with Florida they will Invest I : :;: ;:;: ; uitable for !
relieve that burden through the here and make this State their LIO'1-1 r
I BAPTIST
development of healthier, hap- permanent home. I Red Cross STO S'-BARNS-1-10 SA

" ; pier citizens. Every civic, religious,' recreational Rev'. and Mrs. Phil Maxwell -
( That communityfdi fry WM In* eoyftd plaits M Ink, and s The .
.j,;' Sure. a great SIMM$)vrr were pile /of cool,sparkling beer.And The old adage, "An ounce of or educational group In and three children left by )
prevention Is worth a pound of the State will find It worthwhile I
1 I plenty of appetizing e))4l*> and yfni.hfd then off In front otbr RallyBy auto Tuesday morning for Beatrice AlLA 'E)
cure, la clearly evidenced In to take an active Interest In the ,
Will Dudley I did a rightNnWer. > 01 era those States :where ample provisions development of more and bet- Jonsey I ; Ala., trom where Mr. Maxwell F DEL RY //I
I\\.. fal Job of frying the Hnh-W r);' From where I sit, that's one of have ben made for' ter parks and camps, for not pastor of the Baptist
b \\,, mil Oaky. liwid-br" and trip* the things that makes,our town healthful outdoor activities and only will such groups find It llllllllllimtllllllllllMIIIIIIMIMIIIIIIIIH 1 Church here, will go on by rail FOR SALE ON SIT 0 ELIVERED TO YOUR

''t I ; 'I\ around the edges. jT so Nice a place to live in* a spiritshore recreation, advantageous to use these facilities Why is It that when the fire to attend the Southern Baptist L TIONIS
\ y 1 But we didn't get to/t The i and share alike That A few short years ago the themselves for meetings or siren sounds we must all drop Convention next' week In St.
missus was tJ..tafto\ i&oriiinit p of Ash and glass of beer Legislature wisely made provision events but will find that they our tasks and rung Is It In Die Louis. ,

; In the yard, and w I I, ,' want to I leave /her-y* were taols of the thoughtful- the amount appropriated family or Individual. sizzle to death, or Is it just a 000.delegates from the southern

j'j Then how did ** know the bah ness that JntAei for better living/ for[ the purpose was pitifully I No matter where you live In plain good chance to escape half of the nation from California -

4"i'V;" was ao food' Brciui.* the fulki small a good start had been Florida there Is a State campor boredom? to Maryland'are expected,
I / t' y' didn't fWKt-tJSH They tent SklpprHenderwyMttr JTfopyrigh made and much credit Is due the park near you These parksor /Whatever It be, It's dangerous.' WIll open Sunday and run .
I' ( j: t with two steam.t forest and park service for whatIt camps may be In the first We rentxnber the Crowds that through May 11. Among prom-
has with scheduled for
accomplished tire inent
I "I )" stage of development but you used to gather up North In large speakers I Mile S of Fort Pierce Fe hway 1
limited funds at Its command. the sessions are President Tru-
should take time to visit one or cities when some lad would have
r. ?Of?.f'eirrd States Brewer Pousdatioa This program U dndlltpr more and acquaint yourself with his: skull crushed and all the man and Harold E. Stamen, Phone 129 Fort !Pierces Fla.
larged and expanded former Governor of Minnesotaand
the program. Make the acquain- folks would gather around to
developed within easy reach of tance ot the personnel In chargeand see him scraped off the pavement a Republican 1948 Presidential -
our populated areas where both learn what Is being done to Everyone collected was a possibility
citizens and visitors may enjoy Improve such facilities Do this ROOd target for a rampaging au- Mr. Maxwell will be replacedin

SAILFISHIl low-cost recreational facilities and you will readily realize how .olst/ In a hurry to get to a funeral his pulpit here next Sundayby
and the healthful benefits that worth while the whole program but that didn't matter. the Rev U E. Reid of Lantana -
such rest and recreation provides Is and how much It means to former pastor' here now
Then look at the
crowd that
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:' our future retired On May 11 Mr. Maxwell'splace (
The development of was blown up 'In Texas City, c.1 I t
SPECIt1Fr our parks will be filled by Dr, H.
l and group camps should be looked 6TH GRADER TO GET most to of them how curious sightseersout firemen Garwood, dean of Stetson University '
on as an Investment rather 4-H CLOTHING AWARD see many at Deland. Mrs. Maxwell |

than an expense for they ultimately -........ got scalded and the children will visit In I ?

Su I mean a healthier, hap Isabelle Mathers, a 6th grade One should run away from Beatrice while the Stuart pastorIs i
Rates pier people better able to carefor student In the Stuart elementary catastrophes, not toward them, In St Louis, The family Is expected -
themselves and less apt to school, will receive a 4-H Club All the good one can do at afire home about May 15- The
become public charges as Inmates can be summed up In the anent,
clothing achievement award for
11 Week of State-maintained fun one has of making the firemen uNa e&oiw&'r
DaysSundays $40 Institutions the best Individual work In the RABBIT MEAT OFFERED CAR
cursed by getting tangled
$45s Once a system of such State county meeting In 1946 of at her a AchievementDay 6th grade up in the hose or providing a Orlando, May 1 ,./
parks and camps are fully com- landing spot for a body hurtling Commercially processed fresh
club 13, It Keep hat car "new"
May announced new
s + P' FOR ENTIRE ARTY UP s 10 OR 12js pleted with ample facilities for was from above resulting In two rabbit meat produced through ,
this; week by Miss Lucille Inscoe: ,
js Propeller Shafts, 11 Sizes, Made ile You Wait. ill who wish to use them, we will home demonstration agent here. grease spots Instead of one; the' new plant of the Florida end gi+% the old car '"new'i ,
find' that they vlll produce a Similar Really, It U costly comedy, Rabbit Producers Cooperative
awards due winners
I ,Sjore youv oat pith us for e summer substantial amount of revenue in 32 other are counties In- endangering one's self and hin- here--the Sth Southeastwill I quietness, with AmasproAsbestoAFenderseal
toward their maintenance and Florida It Is dering trained rescue! personnel begin to appear,in local i
reported with the
RDA will cost less to operate each State award to from doing Its job. 'Texas City stores this week report Manager I the
TO "S BOAT going
1 ., succeeding year: Gab, of Homestead Such Margare awardsare would have gotten off with less W Gardiner Organized better ndercoatef
Had Florida begun a park than 100 deaths, rather than among Central Florida rabbit' I cdr
given\ In 1,345 counties In 43
Miles South of Stuart Old Dim
t on program and consistently developed States over the nation which Is nearly 1.000 had not a multitude producers In February, the co-op
rno Florida I It over the past 30 years an Increase of 144 counties over gathered ,watch the High Guard ogalkst Infiltration o/carbon monoxide)
Instead of just 10 years as it the Flyer, blow up. ORDER-
case we would find less need to 1945 Interest and shows In a sewing steady IncreaseIn among SAFETY TIP; Get In I first LOYAL I gas and Insole against/eat and cole) from

worry about over-crowded/ aid class and learn to be useful MOOSE
rural girls The yearly contest
pitals prisons and reformatories when you attend a catastrophe. TUASr LO 1240 pavements wminatt j/st, road noises and
lla under the direction of the LETS P. M.H .
today. Extension Service.EVERGLADES Its 4 E
Your idle mone The State parks In Florida OFFICERS INSTALLED TaONTH body rumble.

have a great potential educes EXPERIMENT BY LEGION POST mean Half a

!, tional value. These parks If pro STATION FIELD DAY St Fla."II It's all don bjAneApplIcolion of Amaspro
perly selected and located, fully' Installation of 12 new officers
Can earn developed and adequately staff PLANNED field day TOMORROWA at the Everglades of Harold Johns Post 62, Ameri- Asbestos Fendene /the car insurance of linger

ed, will provide the best means can Legion, was held Friday
Experiment Station In
available for Florida's school: Belle night at the Civic Center fol- automobile life onJkding comfort.
Glade, with Dr, R. Allison, station
2 youth/ to become acquainted with lowed by an outing for refresh-
% t the natural resources of the director In charge beginning ments and fellowship at Louis Protect the life, /urlity and serviceability of
at 10 a. m. will be held tomorrow -
\ State Facilities for over-night There will be demon- Soter's home on the North Fork your car by having unwneath surface coated with
housing accommodations would strations and discussions of of the St. Lucie River Amaspre Fetiderse J top Aent the rust that works

For Annumon enable student groups to go on ramie Insecticides and fungicides The new officers Installed Included up through the rni/al itsel -breaking and, loosening

--- an Inspection of the steer Harris R. Lowery, Jr. paint on the Surf/ces. Whmthis loosening b once
commander; John .W Keller, minds Al yes started the
feeding program now In progressat rust/hacks froMnll sides and continues
t Tn\iml Savgsccou the station and a discussionof adjutant; Roland Mlnnehan, litvicecommander Blo Some C d," in its destructive/work every ur of the day

EA LE different types of feeds for Daniel W. Fagen Sothe Pr orb.,
pen feeding of steers 2nd vice-commander; O L. RUST and it/metal destroys\ elements Is caused
i. The Federal SavlnKk\nl+ Wian Insurance Corporation In the afternoon those present Myers, chaplain; Ralph W. Hartman Depr stone a n dReces by slush, mud/end water on tAhighway, that ire

I insures jndiviilual *ir
'and wife may have total l/flS.OOO, fully insured. A E grounds and the pasture grass MacDonald and Irving O. Kan- the at e nt they BUrfac penetrating %ekAcrevices and

First Fpil(
for Trust Fund, ns weiyis'ltinds' if| old by Guardians, Inspect different fertilizer practIce Roscoe; Buck H. Rollins Pendarvls finance, sergeant-Officer that In AYS OFADVE Dust. Sand /nd Gravel that acts .a% Sand Blast,"
,I t'Administrators and Kvtul on beans celery and TYr Incur the
pas- at-arms, and Ben Redding and on meul I surfaces, not onlyxde'Aying,ordinary
ture grass Chester Homan, color bearers. oe IsWOR paint, but/actually grinding and pMnding' minute)
C''' 1 or 'to L. M. Johnson, Martin County a n dSTEA holes Into he metal. .
agricultural agent, In announc- FAT Are

InvesmientsSAIFS ing the event, emphasized that STETSON DeLand,GETS May 1 HONOR-Stetson UnI- You ally rotect- ''FEND/RSEAL is--a plastic coating Mleather-like}

FIRST FEDERAL anyone Interested In agriculture, versity has been chosen as one edT May a Go toughne/a that protects the underneath s kac 8-just
or ranching Is invited.
:Among /
local of four universities In the United Over our at arm r plate protects a battleship %

Savin and Loan A iation D ..ISTINGSTIIROIt 'Johnson people, H. B.who Kraft will, N.attend C. Hals-are States to be representedj pn the Po ies TD If '/erected in saving your CAR see Ran Zar Its

/IOU MARTIN lip and Albert Welch, executive board .of the Athletic at th/ Sunoco Service {station, Fed. HI-w Mnd Sec
of Indian River County '0UN Y Federation of College Women, It ond Arect, Stuart, ,
WOMEN TO BE ADMITTED was announcd this week by Sara MA PItrery -ic
t VRIIO BHACII, FLORIDA
W. 6. T1LTONlommereial Gainesville. April 24 ..- All Staff Jernlgan, head of Stetson's Hind
512-20 Street al 2137i eInsurance'
qualified women students will department of health and physical he Sunoco Statind

i ft. W. Rodgwick, Secretary-Treasure REALTOICor. be admitted to 1J1 colleges and .education. for'women, I
Phone 18 P.O. Arend
M her Federal Home Loan Bank and Fe i St\and Old courses of the University ofFlorida's
traditionally coeducational St Fed Hl-Way
and Loan Insurance' Dixie Ill-Wa slu fit
Savings Corp. : summer sessions this
Vie Vet
urrent dividend rate. Jensen Beach year, officials announced here jays '
I this week. ? now

t MARCH FERTILIZER USE VETERAN SJUOCNTS\ AND
Pal'm
1M1i Forty-one tons of fertilizer TCAIHEfS OOnV NEED fc REPORT West Beach Directory
i Yotl Can Now Buy materials and 82.2 tons of mixedfertilizers IIA1'IOIIAL WARD DRIWLPAY i I I

VENETIAN BLION Martin County were during consumed March, In It IH11IEIR WINING. STATEMENT WHEN IN WEST PALM BEACH

was reported this week by the THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGEOCK'S .

CONVENIENT BUDG Inspection Bureau of the State
J MSi Department of Agriculture in as woods TO Gas Noasav
i I Our Tw Qu.llb CU eaI'' UILT Our 3-4 Qwntr Tallahassee, v WTHORNEFiNG
r TRASO To err P O G O CO.
VENETIAN 2LI YOUTH WEEK OBSERVANCETO II I.
1011. WINDOW VENETIAN SLUMS d Ql
CONCLUDE SATURDAY 1 r ROOF AL,,
CALL 225 Chicago, May 1-The 27th annual CIAss .1- r rrius a HEAT TMAT

T ONE OF OUR REPRESENTATIVES -+ observance National l cLxsATIS ay
) EAS Boys and Girls Week will conclude .
WINDOWS AND TELL YOU JUST Saturday. Purpose of this ---- wi .. ....
HOW
e EASxTMggjWN QUALITY TRASO BLINDS week which Is -
sponsored "by
J t DRAMATJ You Can PurcfrMfeBicect From Factory iome M national "brgaiilsatlons. BOB'SSAFE .

MANU iNG CO. is to focus public attention "
o, 'm Y 1 laud d .Sean In Pop: TRA l O upon 512 Cle... -, X
i K.wdMr ran d-ration a+A MILS N the Interests, activities and problems .1'
of youth and to give Impetus 11102 Furst ft "M
a: FORT PIERCE, tar
roua r- u. pu FLORID&P. to character-building activities Val
1'R0NlIU o, BOX ? of Toutb-Mrvlng-- Fee seine lore raatlee soyear retype arnishhtgs '
das. VETERANS ADMINISTRATION tlK*
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b }r4, Mr, and Mrs F; M Rudd Lee Doric played In: the Martin RARE CAMU. BORN IN CHICACp ZOO I SUGAR ACT EXTENSION: I their new home purchased 'from JTherPalrti City % hoe/Ltadic' ) r ; Y
I : WILL BE REQUESTED: B, r Hodapp Mr. and Mr*. Hod- AM held,;their Wrt Jf-etlng q '
: and.Mrs Roy C. Decker, Mr Count High School band at th I tpp and family arc now occupying the season yeekPdayy( lla coy rA6'i

10 Mr'. .Jdward. Harrod,Mr and three-day contest in Miami but Clewlston. May t- .(FNS) their beautiful new home on

QUID I I ..... W'B. Carle, Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Ferris\ Jr. vice-president Cornell Ave,
0.5. weekpit .
Sul H. Johnson, Mr, and Mrs FJ.A boys who attendedthe of the United States Sugar Cor Mr and Mrs. Frank Blackstone
I I both employed now In
", Mri. i. A Btockley, Mr contest from her were Jesse art
names of poratlon here and recently appointed the
the Stuart Mm. Blackstone at aAnS .
1 art It *ossU> Mrs George Shelt.oa. Mrs Quigley, Jackie Thompson Joe by Secretary of Agriculture new abstract office and Mr. 1.M

whO Dlade .Drtgger' .lira.Ella Prescott, Brown, Alonto Smith and Donald Clinton P Anderson a* a !Blackstone at the metal works. !
tht Salerno .fineLrdMd >>r..nd..te.. Bert Sword, Mr and Gordon Terry 4t1 t l I Mr. and Mrs. George{ Smith
''we Mr,'' 8. I If It member .f a committee representing I
Sever Mr and
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purveyed"N" ; sew
have as their guests their
rt Mr, and Mr!. Clarence Anderon -
lit ,
Douglas Shelton Pet En- the sugar Industry to ,
the Boat'T tor Slellft and her two r
t \ a meeting = Mr*. P,a Smith, lira Ward anonunce the birth ot work with the Government bur Her husband Tech,-flirt t.daugh.\\

lii ihoie wishing to Mr*. Hulta and the daughter Edith Helen AprU IT more effective legislation has returned McNeene. stationed at { + I Iassn
Idhmild Mrs. B. *, Mrs J.. J. McCuUum In Plymouth N. C Mr and Mrt from Washington wherehe Held West Palm. Beach,expects J f ,
KZ' Mrs. tf L. Mr*. George Osborn. Anderson are visitors here every to be transferred soon to another I ,.
Mr. 'and Mrs.' Jlmmle winter attended the first melting
T The donor Lanlef location Morflson Field ri Nu spot IIN
Salerno and< Mr. ton,' Stanley and Marvin Mrs. Alton Powell and son of of this committee. sill))! be cloned by June 10 rmATIUNa ,
IIr., George Green, Jupiter wa the Sunday guests Panama City are visiting Mr. Ferris stated that Congm. Mr. and Mrs..M. H. Baker) c RuwaLa /
npg '' Rena White and family. and Mrs, J. U Terry They are SURANCR "
LI* FrtU Anderson, will be asked to: extend the present pent the week end hi Miami at vr X XJIM'KLNN
Liohmura and IOn; Mr. Ella .Prescott left last going to move to Indlantown the home of her fathep'E:. M.I,
act for one more
Baldwin Mr. for Webster to visit her where Powell ta employed with sugar year Fulton, *

J4 lira, Wllbar Mr and T: S. Whitman, for two the Seaboard Airline Railway. r It expire June 30 unless con' : Mr and Mr,t R. R Wallace and

,p ortitad ToW There will be'a program at the *tj tlnued. Congress also will be ask i I son Hilt",, spent Saturday in West T, I I,1TUART
Mr and Mr*. Donavan Smith Southern Methodist Church on ed, prior to the summer recess! I Palm Bench at the home of hisparents I rm11 \,
Mother Day. Sunday Everybody +. JSCt 11 different ILne A
announce the marriage of their jgr M to conduct hearings in who, were celebrating
tOTARY CLU daughter Ruth, to James Maxwell I* invited.KITCHING sugar growing areas and Obtain I their 48th wedding anniversary. ,
of Karo, Ga, where they data which will enable a more "
.. sass 4'', : "
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sTuns isII were married AprU is and will VISITSLAUDERDALE effective sugar act.to be written '
u
*ur '
s-I H GIIaA. make their home. FOR The father (right In a family of Bactrian camels In Cubage's\ which will provide for the better : t'l' :
+r"emnrwnen. 'l
3TArroeor".re.r Mr and Mrs. Sammie Lane WATERWAY PROJECT I Brookfield Zoo. kneels to get a !better look at his new-born off. distribution of sugar lupplln '.j'1"i' :

AM GRAM, Iw. and daughter, Mary of Palm spring, weight about 45_ .pounds_ _, Mother._ _stands__ _at. the left.. t. / '
_
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..
Commodore .
City were guest of Mr*. Martha Fort u---- Dr and Mrs George, Barber VENETIAN ; ,, ,
Whittle Sunday. Stanley Kltchlng<<, Stuart Chairman who have spent the j winter at, t i ,j' 'II

i-Mr. and Mrs P?J. Scotten of of the Florida Inland Navigation .' the Atlantic Apartments left > Ih \
STUART WestPalm Beach have bought District, paid an oftlcl&l FISHING Monday for their home in Milwaukee ,, J. f* I' ,'
,
U 3 moved Into the George Os- visit to Fort Lauderdale \.i BLI.i '
Irn COMMISSION \
morn cottage in front of C M. Thursday connection with the fJ 1
I
Homan effort to deepen the In'rmcoast I I I I I I11 lI I I PI It
Meetings IN THE FAMOUS
Regular '
Mr*. Arlo Canon and children al Waterway from Jacksonville Palm l NewsBy ; PURNISIIINGSJr ]
City E :" 11,' ,
S DO P. M. Patricia Kenneth and Lynwood, to Miami 12 feet and to widenIt ; \ I"
k2ndandjkj of Naples are visiting her par. to 125 feet at bottom. St. Lucie Region : I ANNA B. DAYillliiilililiMliiiiiliiiiiliiiiiiiiiintiiiiiil : 1111 I''I' 'I''I'I !

enti, Mr and Mr*. W M Marr, He consulted with Warren TEller >'q 1"/1" I
IS A GUARDIAN or NA11HUL XESOUKCM : /
E Y 3I and THF TIIUIIP.OIIT5MAN .
for two'week*. at Port Everglades -- I I I I I I I w
/fyHallIblVlwaV I with John F Charlton at the \ Ulan rniture Co. ',l'\
\ Stu Mrs Lolla Benlatead and sis- Bill Abbott caught an 11-\ BrtteW. Tilton, Mri Carra Dar- The home demonstration rims t, i

ter-ln-law left: and Monday Mrs for FrIU Barnegat And.. U Charlton S. Coast\It Guard' engineering Base where In pound mangrove, snapper on a ,vlll, 'Met Marjorie' E. But turn. under the supervision of Mitts 6111 ,A NGE AVE. FORT>i RC$ PHCNC C99 .j I.. ,

I Welcome erson charge of the South Florida Office plug Tuesday morning which\ Mr*, Jane Haysllp, Mr. Joyce Lucille Inseoe will mtat Monday I I, h ) u
City, N. J at the home of Mrs. O B Cad I I !I 1
Marcia McPherson and Sallie of surveys and procurement considerable mapper to land via Tilton, Mrs. Mildred N. Tutor well. All In this district art'I '.i fU! 1 \

For temporaryspoil areas, 6en the casting rod and Mrs Lottie Pierce urged to be present I III' It
Gilbert A, Youngberg of Jacksonville I '
Any other Interested Jensen The Palm City Woman Club ;r ;
: : I
SHOP Is\ Director of Procurement Ted Prestofi of Tolcy fleet Beach women may contact'' Mrs held Its regular monthly m'c'' I Imperi; I ,ri\i
MACHINE and Chief Engineer tot ,
Lyons'
the District has had the good-and sad Norman Haysllp before the next Ing last Thursday An Inter?,I- ,j'j' j LII Jt
t luck recently to hook his guest! meeting, It was announced. Ing program was presented by \ .
VY EQUIPMENT R Cr Eller Broward County member on to five white marlin In four Mrs. H. L. Packard.. Dlsapiji oini I' I! I I, '

of the Navigation District trips to the Gulf Stream. The Demonstration ment, because of Mrs. Ethel T I .
National Home -
rater SmithM0fnne Co. Board, leaves May 1 for the National SeWice 1
Rlv.wand Harbors Con good part was watching the Week will be observed start Porter not being able to alien! I Stalidn t ; (
I ifliiM,, Bulftkber* Trect TEIectric ot Acetylene lorence at Washington Commodore spectacular acrobatics of the big Ing Sunday throughout the Unit- was felt by all It Is hopi u "
gamsters, one of which stayedon be the speaker at the nt I
rig Kltchlng said that Governor ed States The theme, "Today may 1"1
I for fifteen minute and the Home Builds Tomorrow meeting in May. Mrs. Viet 617 S, YooVral Highway, Stu Florida r I{ ?I
Mica. South Q O. T. mnN Fort Pierce, Fla. Caldwell VIM appointed sad part wad In having to kiss win be used again this world"1 I Conklin and Mrs. S. E; t "
Repr. Dwight L. Rogers u the (Across 1 l\- Bridge in the B tfey Addition) p ''r
AUtd ORK CUARAN states representative from the them goodbye. many activities centered aroundIt i the hostesses served cookies and [])" r

NoJay Job Too Sm Smith Congressional District to are being planned by national Ice cream to 22. The musical FINES
,2 Lagg.No i'I' 1I I'I't l'
the club'
attend the conference There has been excellent sea State and local groups. members of are plnn :
Commodore Kltchlng had lust trout fishing from Jensen bridge. Much work ha been done b) fling an old-fashioned conceit!' in '

returned from the Florida Waterways The Pitchford Brothers up there Florida home demonstrationclub June, M IL AKE I,1
,
barrel two Mrs., Paul DeVUlblss returned
Congress at Mount Dora, have been getting a or women In Improving the '
I from the bridge angler,. of their Thursday from Atlanta alt',i'I' ,
and reported the proposed $3,* per day health ancwelf\ .re t !
000000 appropriation for Intra most of whom are using big red homes ahd the homes of others. about two week there at the IN TiVl WORLD ,I

coastal Improvements this year I shrimp are also killers on than- In their communities, but a great home of her daughter a and famUy ,1 I I,

leaded for Florida.the six project approved shrimp bass are also killer on channel deal through more this needs cooperative to be done.effort It U Myrten. Mead and son left 26-OU OIES THICK I :' J"",, .j,

their Ohio home :
It for
April "
are' available and that families can become more I \
DR.TSRANKS. FIN ready"Dredges," Kltchlng stated," but I I Odd as U sounds with the St. conscious of their needs, and car Before leaving they flnlshnd benton /" 1 1'I
building their new home 2
newest help and Information
rolled and the
cannot predict whether current Lucie mouth still secure 'I'II I IRrgalnr
0 METR moves In Congress will forestallthe dirty. quite a number of large In the solving of themproblems Palmetto Way and with Mrs> I
found then Back of this organlx Mead expect to return here In,I
Army engineer plan for Spanish mackerel al. 22,9c .
AUOUNCING Cr t/G OF OFFICES IN the Indian River 1 talked atlon Is the U. S. Department ol the fall to make their home. I 7 dane Caaolipe,\ y
TIJE; early 'canal work? or not" way up 24,9cy ,
left Ca ire, Gal, \
John' Llpps and Lloyd Ethyl /
J to one party dpwn at Payette'awho Agriculture, the State Extension ti : I II "
TILE NEW PIL OTEL SUGAR AID DOE: caught four beauties trolling Service, the experiment stations for Ohio April finish t THORIZED FIRESTONE DFA fR *-. ,' t tA tV 1'

the corner) near Jenseairldge and the home demonstration ing the four-room house Palmetto an the' Pass "ahd Truck'TireV- All Sizes- I
Miami May 1-FIorIda' 'restaurants agent office here rear of their lot on aiger t '

OFFi OURS; 9 a', M1 to b p;rnr hotels hospitals and Big channel bass are fairly One.of the finest things about I Way i "Open All The Tim For f
Mr, and Mrs. Douglas Leighton -
will / sit
receive
other Institutional users home- demonstration groups li I
at the Inlet and In the
Glasses Fitted plentiful Your Convenience
Eyxtxamlned Increased sugar allotmentsfor part of the Sun Parlor, they meet and talk together about and children and Mrs. ROHI'Leighton -
Repairs the May.June allotment perIod upper where they are being caught on problems common to all of I are now established in''

Harold Martin, director of the bottom They are taking live them and pass along useful
the sugar branch office of the and timely Information.
and live
shiners, live shrimp
U, 8 Department of Agriculturehere mullet It might not be a bad There Is much to learn about 3

: said today, Idea to try small blue crab on Florida home demonstration. \FbNTh(
them. clubs| their work and their accomplishments ,
and It Is hoped i
Fo Pierce, Florida that non-members will make It
JUST ., which hat
RECEJVED. oM 787 The sallflshlng their business during the. week

I FRE L. P R been poor for the past couple ol to talk with member and give fine made Ibior
Fool i,. weeks;\ show signs of picking f consideration to joining the club cur
again In their community. At present
One Big' Cqr there are clubs In Palm City,, .
Su heatro Although I have not had a.
Salerno Indlantown, Tropical
IUP to talk to him I \under Farm and Jensen Beach.
a that Curtis Whltlcar has
ofG Upset Stomachs making' some good catches, I Watch for the Martin County ,.
Home Demonstration Week exhibit :
Yie14! Inches Of grouper on the_ offshore reefs in the window of the Florida .w"' jr I' }

G 1s.' And Bloat"I PRICE"'AID CONSIDERED Ii I Power and Light Company r1F I

Dry. Ti ater was so full of gal 'I was .
I Orlando, May 1 i-IPINSS( While
alrald I'd burst. Sour, bitter A NEW BOOK FOR
substance rose up In my throat In conference with Florida Farm
from my upset stomach after Bureau representatives Wash- GROWERS

Red press meals I got INNER-AID, and ,It ington recently to discuss freight
worked Inches of gas and bloat rates, Improved marketing methods ,
from ink. Waistline\ way down : and other matters Secretary -
of Agriculture Clinton P.
now. Meals are a pleasdre I
No, Grade.l0 .
en that Federal /
Anderson advised a RsAaANO
praise Inner-Aid to the sky"- i
techt This 1s an actual testimonial"and price support program for tung P osRAwsuru
.. an oil ts I being considered .rd a.a=
we can verify ItINNERAID TREES
Is the new for. r
mula containing medicinal juices Home eouTN PLOeDA, ass cuusvu.Ros r", ;' 'jtiA

from 12 Great Herbs; these herbs, c ..I '
t oastumber upply Co. cleanse bowels clear gas from' '
stomach act on sluggish liver Demonstration I II %

and kidneys Miserable people )- APrJ.nsfLeanrNrRrJ I
1 fhodda 'Phone 22 soon feel different all over. So NotesBy '
don t go on suffering-Get In: '
ner.Aid. Sold by all drug stores.' I MISS LUCILE INSCOE "

.- --- 'in Pontiac
tMIrnow
A group of Jensen Beach wom- People my
enjnvlted Mis Luclla Inscoe, I

Due To The Request Of Mntln itratlon County agent home to meet demon-, with Our records reveal than an tmaiitf number of thoroughly and Dfnpletely proved You can take ', I ''l ll'
4 hoss'alga PonniaC ,for delivery of a nAc Pontiac tmj year with the ,
there lost Thursday night at the engineers and technicians choojf i"
w. ,
hat it will serve long
home.-ot Mrs Norman .,Haysllp their personal cars. certain knowledg, you 1 ; ,
OUR CUSTOMERSWe to discus the poqplbiuty of oral of America 'foremost >cr'mental and dependablySo I
One s engi.oeers
Home Demonstrat-' Cloth $3.501 Paper $2.50 thu/ regardless of wbeifeiu expect to get your next '
anlilng[ a explained a he took delivery '
recently number
,
Order from tu-mt. ii* Pmlue ihi extraordinary i'
tar Club there flans were made of a new Pontuc. "I m\w\ believe," he said, "in the know' nkU choice
Will Reopcrj On for another meeting May 22 at Edwin A. Menninger "that Pontiac is the toundijl car built today It is of people support your F
which{ time officer will be'elect 'The Flowering Tree Man" in a clan by Itself (or we balanced excellence** nn SCONES you FIAOI vok| oxora Jp a sew I t
P"'r11r"rr4 WtlltT Ss ylre tsar adrr
'SUN SI I ed Those and leader tending t named., the meeting Stuart Florid. Year after year, this ti f>a of Pontiac, While its e.w/a.JsAm Irlrwry mar y.'lf pet mar.

Mrs, Gladys R, Ross, Mrs engineering a alwayi progrenlve, no feature i* Jtr y ur frtmt wive yes I IM wen
'
ever included la Ponj/Cc/ deugn until it /Jiti been .e/AMww "
---
Always Drive Carefully, j ::4.

ow en Days A Week "JOE" PONTIAC Owner Enjoy More Worthwhile feature,, 1,

seoont 00W015 seams-Moue i choke ot t sir turning circle, m.ka'p.rkint easier,' aasuresrss .
SFr : to 9. P, or us tight. lOOc Futi-Procure Mmred Flow Luhri twi-Sbockptoof Knee-Action, Du a 1 .g Speinge, i
.' A MOS k fxSwiher"i SSS Hydrate* Cwhldn; U.l orv mnuHVMM.M ,s'' '
Spvk ;Cn TemlM Proeeeead din sad watwer ,r
.r' lsW.Mher s.sesa. agm.re
j
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: 4 ; a M.RANT Comrol, e cunt
BIND issues 1aoce 'aawB1 i cad roomy, Uoiiteel construct Fitlwv
RF'S u plated
;R .JOBBING COUlNMsDNC less rfort. In combination with>mali, cutom-type Interiors* ,


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i '!\ 111111111111111 IflflH11111nWltIIlllUHhllH, IIIIIIIIIIIIIII HuhIIIIIIi11111111111111I/' / loan agrcy'rant to the Veteran AREA WOMEN HERE -- 1 1I I the five ft dime1 new

T'T'r 11 : Administration FOR BAPTIST SESSIONMore I See Where. Ooleman room, formerly. Firestone occupied..tore.A
I
JENSEN BEACHNEWS Veterans wishing .1.1I of citizens of
formation about veterans than 75 women from 13 number evel7'l
''in' "*' fits may get a personal bene-1'Baptist churches attended the by W H. (Bill) MitchellThe I are asking: why dont we

.. J ; !! }\ By Charlotte llellicr to their questions from !quarterly meeting of the Indian a public swimming pool?
e I In/I/IIIIIIIIIII11111/tI111111HIM1111111111111111111111111/ / / .111111111111111111INI1111111111111 E Gum contact I River Association of Women I best of friends will occasionally In this column last

j ,; : Mr: and Mrs:Bowles of Cleveland ; been at Ocean Breeze" Park I of the Went Palm Beach contact Missionary Societies here last fall out Two ardent made a whopper of an ;

., \ :t J ) have taken a cottage'at. Mrs C H. Munch Mrs. H. W office, who !U available In Stuart Thursday at the Baptist church.' baseball (raN from Pennsylvania, elating that thereat was only
I \I I j Pine Lodge: Munch Mrs W. B. Ooodrich at the Oughterson Bldg, every Counties represented were Bre. :regular winter visitors' erlnof8 restaurant 4 a. m.
': i V, M. Clanton of Fort I rrce and Mrs J. W. Lee spent Friday Monday from 10 a. m. to noon. Yard. Indian River, St. Lucia art, attended a bit Ing the WteU days. Herb,'. '
'; J was the guest of his dauMrs /1 *r"I In Fort PIerce attending the -"- Okeechobee and Martin Mr*. D. league training games at West taurant In the Rice hotel I -
Sophia Fredricksen, Saturday regtnal convention of the Baptist $ .15 GIVEN FOR STUDY C. Russ of Cocoa association I Palm Beach this spring. They of the finest eating
\ '' church. president presided. both kept the score regularly this section\ open at I
.I 1 Roberta}Nuner Rita Taube and Dave Lieblg who has been the Orlando,, May 1 Florida Theme of the all-day meet The last game neither kept score
jack McKfmh were among guest of his uncle and aunt, Mr. county chapters of the National was "StewardshIp and Evange and when the game ended they -- CONCRBLO
( ,. I' \ Martin County High School band and Mrs. L. McElfresh, left Foundation for Infantile Par.al'sls lism" The Rev. Phil Maxwell didn't know which team had Service the Re.t1'LETT
1 ; 1 members who spent Thursday Saturday for California 'here' have contributed $2725 pastor of Stuart Baptist won. So an argument started. "We Sell th Best"t- >I"We $,
1 Friday and Saturday In Miami he Is stationed. with'the Navy toward cost of the Statewide Church delivered the day principal I They did not speak for several

f it\ Attending the State contest Mrs A. Baalrs" and son, Cecil, study of child health services address using ill his subject ,days. They have burled the BA BRO STEEL ALU
$ \ Mr. and Mrs August Olumm, of Lakeland spent the week end now being conducted by the -How We May Win to I'hatchet and are now the best of N
r. who have spent the season at at Pine Lodge with Ray Boles American Academy of Pediatrics, 'Christ. Discussion periods on ''I'friends again. Such Is life W DOMA
I t' r .r Seymour', have returned to and family. Marlon T.. Jeffries, State representative phases of personal evangelismwere The Sallflsher ball club hasmade
[ t. their home In White planes, N. Mrs. Ernest L fiicau and dau of the national foun I led by Mr*. L.oJ, Emersonand an addition to the grandstand Sales R Service NRY .
X. Rhters Ernie and Millie spent dation; disclosed" today In. the Mrs W E. both.of .This gives additional seatIng WH L

Mrs' W B Goodrich and MM Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.. Jack first annual report dos the pro- Fort Pierce capacity and Is an Improve PORTLAND
.i 381ix I Mrs. Wilson McClure and Mr. ment to the grounds: What
: W.tee of WaycroRH, Qa, are Heaton. Jict This sum represents FASTIE RELIABLE CEMENT
the guests of their sister Mis' On April IS the home of Mr 'r cent" of the $7000 budget L. C. Klckliter were In charge of about the sandy out-field?
,. r C;H. Munch. and Mrs, Travis Benton on Indian ",hl1the Ametltan: Academy arrangement for luncheon served II The Mocking birds are back In.J hone Stuart 209 P 9 748 Fort p
_Mr and Mrs 0 T. Tyndall of River" Drive was the scene ('llImn4".1he Florida survey will I at neon by ladle of the host all their glory JI70. a Ave.

West Palm Beach spent the weekend ot a lively party. celebratingthe cost, lie said church. Work is nearing completion on
II ) ',' at their apartment here. S birthday of their hiiRh- -
,
Dick Newman who spent the ter Madge Children games)
; season here, has returned 'to were enjoyed by the Small guests PATRONIZE
DOLLARS
Ashevllle, N. C, for the summer after which the gailydecoratedcake ..
and Mrs A. A Kendell was cut and refreshments" I&r'1&
ltrFr HOME FIRMSOFFERING
I for Reading. Pa, to served Madge's guests included SPENT IN
spend the summer. Steve, Larry and Joe Darvill MARTIN COUNTY
t 'Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Old "Klkl" and Linda Bownds and MARTIN COUNTY YOU
eon have as their guest Mrs. Bobby pelofll' Other guests present '
t Gideon, sister, Miss Sue Pitch- for the occasion were Mrs STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESE SERVICES

I ford of Tallahassee Elmer Lake Mrs. Lucy German!, I
j Mr. and Mrs Phil Lleblg who and the mothers of the children.Mrs. -
I have been the guests of Mr and R. Darvill, Mrs Clifton -- ,- --- -
Mrs I.. D. McElfresh have returned Bownds and Mrs Francis Peiunl
;
to their home In Cleveland Regular meetlli k of the Jensen i Buy The Best
\ Legion Auxiliary wa/i/ held April Web Qrdway CANDY UNRAYSOUS EXPERT TERATIONS '
Mr and Mrs. Norris Tilton 21 In Town Hull Plans were" OME MADE and ENERAiEMICT

I spent the week end In Deerfleld completed for the barbecue" given Mot a B os or Pound E' WING

I '\ Beach with Mrs, Tllton parents by the Legion Monday hl'n: officers R Pralin .,a Divin' Hal? Made ma
Mr. and Mrs
CraIg.
.AV1'Y, CO RT
ADD AND
Mr. and Mm John Horst left for the coming! year were FOR Maxi n Cre VALU TO YOU HOME ORsuss GPb ant A Ii esKitche
Monday for Crown Point Ind, Installed. Refreshments, wire Coco t aButter ss s sr-LiN' WARRE UNDRY undry,

to spend the summer. They have served by the Auxiliary SALrs AND RVI nch SUN HU'ITERS IllJWe Bring r Sewing CabinetsJfi.l| '/ n
DAY > MITE call A'suSMITTLDnra pit p d Deliver a air ppli/bc\ Radio

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REPAIRS SRal Pro eta .0TI r. We c. L.LEN cs
Notes of Interest To Veterans ?HONE 9142 AI r R.M.OMEPBTI1A HJ.I IRE ne Bldg.-Ph a 311uart I
1 Bldg. tb. 61.MOR9 ARMOR, 0, sox w as s..r Add/raw
II r
By Joseph E. Gum V. A. Contact Officer

\ At Stuart Court House West. Palm Beach. Headquarters,1

I 9 to 12 Monday. 71] Comeau Building ''PIT FORD'MP SUNOCO
} muuunuuuoouunununuunuunnnununuuuunuunuuunuuuuuuuH, , Ta m
h (Woos CA OIL Gi\ son
I (\ public service feature offered ...-.That depends upon each A
I {' by The Stuart News In cooperation I veteran economic and family New 0ev vi. BRiC TS SERVICE SURE
with the West Palm Beach' circumstances. Generally speaking Rr i.
contact office of the V. S. Veteran ordinary payment life or I Cottages Boats FOR DUIJrLLLSS Mart my Rep.F LXPOPSt.eUPRALP TRY M THEY
endableroue
Prom
Administration), 30-payment life best suit the WHOI.CS .d RETAIL RSEALr /11.
\ ARE E THAI,
Thousands of veterans already needs of most veterans Ordinary of d 10
I' '
have taken advantage of life Is the cheapest of alii j Ca eating., APT VE MJ
t the chance to reinstate their the permanent plans sit For ale LittleBe
\ I r Cle ng
national service life Insurance ENSEN BE CHAT
P 149SIGNS
I. term policies without a physical Q-Does my converted national COUNTY SRI gerriman's y hop 4 Fed. Hi-Way, 'totem.. [sen Be 6 6H

examination. Many others are service life Insurance havea i Its a RON AVE PHONE M .
\ c converting their term polich!. to"J cash surrender value L
one of the permanent plans A.-Yes, All converted policies
_.1 available through the Vetrans have cash values
i surrender: COMPLEEle
r Administration, paId-up Insurance and automa E BUILDING
Fie and
Refsiige Uncle
The following questions are of tic extended term insurance Billy sez. See
wI' Tavern 'en SERVICE : .
.
particular Interest to those plan values together with policy loan '
C.
; I I t' nlng to convert in the near provisions, -effective after the RFro wlNIF 9, NEWS J (ICACIGAREI P 5,55Scalia NoJ 'Too" OrSm ..r.ka M A..1.# P.Lr.u N HI EEWOR
future: policy has been" in force one full ar.dk.K RMnd.eek..bIMM./i FO
J I,. $ Q.-What permanent policiesare year. Ice am HOB NDELEC AhIn 'ieroe
1-: available through the Veterans Open 9 IL 13 A subject often talked about .U Design a M
;.J Administration? Q.-Can t borrow on my Closed days IC CO.y that parent ar' to blame for so Blowers
II' A.-National service life insurances verted national service life in-I, Juvenile a-gaddln' out and bee. Central Co cling
Is available in six ? one mlrchln' the'r and ai
f' II per surance 'The PI Where good name. It 150
Sou 3271 Ave.ho A
1.11 9. manent plans: ordinary life; 30I' A.-Yes. Any converted polity' eat" e never dawn on critic once that I nge P., CBox 832
) payment life: 20-payment \life\ ; in force by payment of premiums a Nits Ph ne movie could be wrong, In show- 668F (tone 144.R
*' endowment at age 65: endow one year or longer, affords 2 Isceola Va.Frie Stuart 18J 001* In' scenes of violence, and th" I rt Pierc Florida

I I'; ment at age 80, and 20-year en the Insured the right to borrowup 1 "Lovin'lias"\ prolong) You can't a:
,. dowment.Q.Which. to 94 per cent of the cash parade that sort-a thing beforesyoungater's .._ -
Is the best policy? I value by submitting l a proper
I WHEN YOURK THINKING Or UALITYS !! eyes, and not expert I dAMBLEELECTRIC
that It will bring a yen to Stuart
CONCRETE
FOOD do. likewise! '
Waterfront Properti i Fenn Cosa OIL 1 r Th' strong resist, but th' weak A to Ca .,

BLI ALL SE SINS I may fall -* how far, one never FRIGIDAIF

Along the Indian and 6t Lucie rivers, and lobe Soflid. DCONCR N knows and we as' parents, Me rn C gee and
Ocean Frontage I hav' our gall to permit off-color E SON DIOSElectr
EMS Open 7 a Till 6 p.m.Saturda And ai Court
I 8 shows I A Western scene 1 Ie not
M.WE Contractor
p.
V complete unless tome dozens die RENTAL- A WEEK OR '

10e C SE WL NESDAY deplctln how, so quick an' AU, ENIENCLsB rations, milled. 11
I. L KEROi
ii '1O NOON r neat, a gun bumps off a guylA R a BAKER Job arse Toe goal

rql III WAY HONE al-W 30 Akre. Ave, one 62 moral always ther' to show a W HI-W. PI,... else We To P. O, it a Sea
4ti Rev s > -I that th' villlan come to naught
Ys..! sN but when YOU went to school, you know, you LEARND BOMB
THINGS NOT TAUGHT! 1
T -
Arer I r I sat beside a fir), one night, In a movie of repute th' tory FRANK
ALOOFI
Q ySor shown, a gory tight th' girl wa young and cute. She coveredup Docks,

TAXIPhon. her lace at time, but tier eyes missed not a dot she "Oh'd
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literally stole their savings from them. At least $2,000,- I versity buildings and expansion wearing celluloid collars, and!ors. tx eclally from know}1 fo I :i9 j ,
Murphy Act Proved Fallacy 000 was lost by the people of Martin County and the and improvement of the various washing your mitts, socks and'/' bylsts You may feel that allar IJ "' (' ) :'I I
tame going to ,occur all over again unless we re- State institutions in order to Too Late 'toCLASSIFY underwear In !the municipal! enjoylnt at number of excelled 1 I : j .
thing take care of the insane the tubercular horse trough or by striking up cocktails Lad a plank' steak y' I
of Land Tax;; Let's Try It move non-productive land and place them the cancerous the deaf an acquaintance with one of thenumerouslobbylsl.ll I might be expected 'to loolLWll. (' f j
solely lands which .
on and activities produce revenues.Dont : and blind, the feebleminded and you can prob- sympathy on some bit. of legur 1 ; >:
make up your mind too quickly against this the delinquent In many Instances ably arrange to "borrow" his latlon In which your friend if ,
.. the new- lack I of understanding allthal"fparates idea just because you have been opposed to a sales tax the buildings housing State By RUSSELL KAY hotel room for laundry purposes Interested. : 'I i f 'I f I
i iV ii Florida today from a simplified/ taxation A sales tax on top of land taxes would be more than any, departments and officials are and making your toilet. Most any But don't be unduly'alarme&1 I,
which\ go straight to the source for the money of us rould bear, and The News would join other publishers -; totally Inadequate and far behind lobbyist will do They all have If you are smart you can angle*! ,V ', II
'laD in but this rooms--good ones, and art always around and make a lot of pleas<* i i 11) f
W rtn things instead of causing periodic "booms andbusts" fighting it vigorously, revolutionary new the needs of a progressive While our lawmakers In Tallahassee I f'
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bY'' lamI! taxation. *, plan of a single tax WITHOUT ANY OTHER TAXATION I and growing State. Health prog-* are going to have more kind, considerate and obliging \ant conversation without actual : I {' '' '
of
members
"sales" would be the finest thing that every happened to Florida I rams, mosquito eradication pub to grapple with than ever before especially to ly committing yourself Anyhow, ,, : i
receipts
*The proposed\ gross or tax legislation the Legislature the bill he is talking about probably ,, I
: : lie highways the aged people
Just tax the to be divided 10 9'
one proceeds percent in the 1947 session, all their prob-
'Tallahassee, of which Senator Evans Crary of Mar- Should you decide upon accepting will die in committee or be: '
at and the children demand I
i tQ the State the 90 cent to within dependent lems won't be of a legislative "
and remaining stay I
per j
such favors you wouldof
County to co-introducer, would do away with all State, further consideration. left on the calendar ,Anything J fib t,
Un county tax divisions--and replace them with a each county and city that's what proposed and we'refor nature. course expect to stand In line can happen you, know, and usu* a I IJ
IIV. city and receipts land sales and rentals. it, lock, stock and barrel. I Florida Is a growing State Its Everyone Is asking, "What is and take you turn for they all ally does. Even if it does come j J''
tg\4\ tax on gross It would be the solution of Florida's tax problem; population, doubtless, will double the Legislature going to do?" have a host of friends and the to a vote you always can man- \ t
j t Jt Would do away with our present complicated, there would never be another land collapse with the State,! within the next 10 to 15 yean And legislators l themselves are type of friends they have makea age to be In the wash room at 'f w ,I ,
ilnurd' and unfair system of land taxation-which is a counties and cities seizing the hard-earned savings of their particularly if the people, thru asking the same question. Whatthey I practice of taking full advantage the time or have a heart attack;: I f
deeply that the down their State government will are wondering Is how they of !the facilities have to >
"tAX rut" worn so )rheela bog every in would be they or something +
citizens the form of Tax
There would be no tax assessors to arbitrarily property. revenues keep pace with! the times and are going to manage to live In offer( Of course If art Independi: 't 1
(few years conditions would you
business and
commensurate with general I
will offer the advantages which Tallahassee for two months! or The day after payday when
appraisal value on property-different in and resent the idea of havIng '
,et t an every increase as Florida Everyone paying taxes today should be, !their constituents, ,
grows expected of a progressive more serve hunger first begins to gnaw" at 1
I of 'I''I'ent
to handouts 'I
tax boards
county and city-and no to arbitrarily levy would those meet all their obligations and depend on j I'' ,
pay less; and not paying anything today I State.QUCltlorls ", your vitals it li a good plan to this,nature might take tha j, ,
varying miilages-differing, too in every section-against would pay their share It is estimated that the new system I then arise: First, do get by on the sum of J5 a day drop by any one of the cafes or bull by the horns you and Introduce j 1' ,1-
the theoretical values. would provide all the money necessary to give Florida a the people of this State sincerely which the law allows them I reataruants frequented by State: a bill calling for !the payment 1 I
would be on the sound basis of what our Atthe officials I and You I
Taxation first-rate school system want the Improvements or time this magnificent I lobbyists wont I of a decent wage to members of- '
lands businesses! and real estate deals produce. A single Wire your Senator and Representative that you favor additional benefits, from State remuneration was set a goodmany find !It difficult to spy a department the Legislature, After air"yotr :
tax, averaging S per cent of the gross, would b -levied the gross receipts tax AND THE ABOLISHMENT OF ALL Government which are continuously years ago' It was probablya I head or representative of are responsible for the allocation! ; ,,i',' t'I'
against ,rents, realty turnovers, timber, turpentine and AD VALOREM TAXES. being demanded from fair rate with rooms available some special interest who will be of millions of dollars of the' taxpayers ,
rattle sold from lands, and in varying minor percentages v many quarters? Second, are they at from SO cents to $1 a day and delighted to have you as a money and you ghoul j j ,
S willing to for these meals at from 15 cents to 60 breakfast or dinner guest ; be commensuate with that ',
judged to be equivalent to per cent of the gross rental pay things.I I paid
of business activities. Hotels would pay 3 per cent of their Crary Explains Tax Measure for surely they do not expect the cents days"but the'even tell In me those a fellow"goodold make Bu( sure don't they take invite any you chances and, responsibility And If you ask : 1 I 1ft! f I
Legislature to be able to: put, me It's.hlgh time I i
gross Income--but no land taxes; so would farmers, min- them Into effect to make had to practice reasonable economy -, be careful to make your getaway ; i t. ,''I.I
telegraph and telephone companies, utility firms and or an to come out even. I bo' ore the check 'arrives. It I'' '
ritlroads All teal estate taxes would be abolished altogether Constitution Amendment Plan them Idle gesture without of having providing a meana for Nowadays $8 won't buy much, would be very embarrassing if Rapids occur naturally lit tha ,

-and in their place single tax substituted. for their payment? Third' what more than a cot In the hall anda your guest were called away suddenly Hlllsborough River which flow .
Intelligent analysis long ago discredited the "landtsx1 the Is the most efficient and painless few bowls crackers and milk and you were left holding !through the Hllkborougli Rived I j I \
system If resulted in only one class paying any tax Senator Evans Crary tf 12th Senatorial District today method of collecting' taxes What with hotel rooms, if you the In bag This happen sometimesIf State Park neazel"hYrhIllS' Flq?
offer concise of Senate joint resolution No tit can find them at $5 and meals the course of your conver- ,
at ,11_the property holders, and debacle after debacle explanations to defray the additional expense up sation It appean your new found "* *Hfc:
bit proven that continued taxation of the land without respect and Senate Bill No. tlT which thus would be Incurred? from 79 cents to $5 dependingon friend is wasting his time Always \ )
regard, to what it "eats up" its value. BY SENATOR EVANS CRARY The two bills above I where and what time of day, ar
or produces mentioned laundry another $10 or so, cigars, order lavishly, don't stint FreUA. Stafford ', I ,
vacant lot is worth 000. A number of misconceptions apparently have arisen with respect which have been '
. Ont assessor says a $1, Another offered as a cold drinks chasers and the 1 yourself Your guest Is probablyon !
sal s yj that the same lot Is worth $1,500 A comparative lotin I to !the above mentioned legislation which I: think should be suggestion- considered action I'I general run of Inspirational a generous expense account, ,I \j
neighboring county may be assessed anywhere from cleared up These bills which art sponsored by the FLORIDA by the people. If adopted doubtless liquid accounting for their share, and no matter how much your R 'stared 1' "
asT ((500 to 2000i. Who knows the real value That is : BETTERMENT ASSOCIATION were Introduced Jointly by myself would solve those problems I a $6-a-day legislator finds him- portion of !the bill represents, Civil L finer '
only determined'when the property sold, or by what it and Senator William J. Ray, and the resolution which propose ; The cltlei' ,,counties: : schools and I self In more or less of a quandryunles.t he'll add a, couple of dollars to. "1 i '
State Government It on his expense account, explaining '
would be T
he has An ,
amendment an Independent
produces, or by what it rents for Under the proposed a Constitutional was "
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the real value would be taxed and referred to the Senate Committee become effective unless adoptedby amply provided for Ninety per Income or married a rich widow report that It t ''
sew plan only not by
cent of tile tax collected would costs money to entertain Sena Lan ;
eve ;
and on Constitutional Amendments vote of the peopleof So with! an Income of $8 a day
State, county, city districts-but by one tax entity a majority remain In the county where tors :
which would divide the tax money up between the various The bill which provides the State In the general elc- collected, and 10 per cent wouldbe and an outgo on the average of If this Is your first session' ar GPhone ]l l
$15 It is to be
governing agencies for a method! of carrying the ton In 1848. Therefore It Is plainto paid into !the State Treasury mighty or more hard for a conscientious going youn may have some qualms and Yseorfda i l
The result would be that the tax load would be more Constitutional 'amendment Into see that neither the tax measure Probably 40 per cent of the taxeswould : lawmaker to keep his mind on a possible feeling of guilt or obligation .,f i
fairly borne by everyone not just by land owners Many effect was referred to the Senate amendment nor possibly the Constitutional can be plac- be paid by tourists coming I problems of state. over.accepting such_fav-_ -----.J.! I : I i
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persons who are evading their fair share of the cost of Committee on ed into effect unless the peopleof into the State rather than'' Of course !there are many waysa .. ,,j Ml,
government, simply because they do not own land, would Taxation. this State believe this Is a by permanent residents of the', man can cut corners For the I '
W .Sell the Be.t"i.r"We Service the Rut"
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help pay that cost. Prior to the Introduction of practical solution of their prob- State A tourist who spends $5 benefit of the Inexperienced I I : ;
these there bad been a day In this State would be shall' to be '
measures payIng try helpful by sug
Florida 200 publisher this
newspaper approve new lems. All of the ballyhoo about !
Introduced Into the Senate a only an additional 19c In ges.mg a few of the more prac RTLETTCOM BR '
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idea-not as an' additional tax, BUT TO TAKE 'THE the bills Imposing a tax upon taxes ,
tical methods!
which, of keeping -
bill proposing a sales tax expenses
PLACE OF ALL ,TAXATION! The Florida Press the people therefore, have a hol- '
If Into effect would not I do not believe that this would down. SIT DO VISIT I
Association has recommended the receipts tax in carried low ring as the people would -- -- i iL '
gross submitted to referendumof keep tourists The sales tax With rooms as scarce as they
be away.
-6 6Vs 6g lieu of realty taxes: It the tax where the Is any have to Impose It upon !themselves C I '
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puts money the people and would Impose If desire It. In California has not had that are, you can sleep on a park : ,
i I fvxery$: Floridian remembers the debacle of land tax- them a tax In addition to they effect Why should a gross receipts bench four or five nights a week I
ition which followed the collapse of the Florida boom all upon other taxes which they art An article appearing In the tax In Florida, which is and explain that it Isn't !that OUR IL '
Ihe Murphy Act was a confession of the collapse of the now paying. Miami Herald last Sunday, on passed to the ultimate consumer, you want to sleep there but because tE & FORT l : : I' '
page St of Section D, states you Just couldn't find a t (
ad valorem system of taxation. Thousands of Floridians The measures IntroduceoTBy have any different effect? :
'ho put their money into! property lost their life savings myself and Senator Ray, If pp- "Crary would" abolish all real fyNo e attempt will he made'' by will room, understand for love or. money,, Folks 3 ,ceola Ave. Phone
hen depression( came and the ad valorem tax system ed by the Legislature, couldJjwl estate correct taxes at only This a casual Is totally teading ins, Urtwufauowthese| measuresto You'can ave'laundry* i bills by ,, !
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,,, .. force them down the throats -
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measures :: I
of the people of Florida. However -
t Under the provisions of the bills .. -
if the citizens demand Increased -
real estate would pay a I per
benefits
requiring large
cent tax Its sale value If
upon
additional sums, the bills) as offered -
It Is sold: a S per cent tax wouldbe
provide a practicable solution -
parbrite Produc collected on !the gross rentals I l lI
and a 3 per cent tax would be : '

A collected upon all timber, turpentine REFERENDUM SOUGHTON .,_.
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from the land. On the other NEW CONSTITUTION ; "

f hand all ad valorem taxes on Tallahassee May 1 The I\ I :''I ; J
real and personal property, that Legislature has been asked to ,
And Servic la to say. a tax based upon Its provide for a referendum on the & f ;}, j

I .r ed actual value, would be abolish question tional convention of calling which a Constitu-would I The finest In 1I 1/, /j

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The State of Florida already submit a revl edr Constitution I ,
has taken a long step In this back to the people for approval. : ::1//
YERO BEAC direction in the adoption of the The resolution asked the Legislature i '
) homestead tax exemption amendment it.1 /
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5r That amendment has a referendum on the 1948 KEEPS'YOUR
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cut to seriously into the revenue eral election) ballot, A COOLAIR ATTIC/FAN 1 :
of municipalities in this State 1
that of them have great ,
many
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..ad An\ou/ces, difficulty taxes' to in operate.obtaining The sufficient cities Orlando, May 1-(W) The HOME COO /-DAY and NIGHT : '
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additional taxes' ed by the Florida Vegetable Committee I '
.JThe demands which are being to pass enabling acts for ''I '
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Indicate the people of the State vegetable commission I ) y
A Full c> of desire many additional benefits
such as raise in teachers salaries Lest tire, in the forest, more
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RISES -- 8TCAET NEWS, STtAUT, Martta County, Florida, TIURSDAY, MAT 1, 1M7i. .
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) ,#, \' 11+ Se Best" i. .1 n, "We Seme th a W Hobe Sound I shall The and two Flora county Stanley leaden now Uniform Salt Water Code' NFORD'S SERVICE GARAGE
for the district
i are eligible cons
GULF PRODUCTS
I 4 test In Miami May 1,1 In which
.. BAITKLETT B Student Wins the winner will receive a tour- Needed To Save FisheriesThe and Used 1l'ii'.a -- All Sixr "
( : day expenses-paid trip> to Washington Truck Tires $10
STROMBfettG LSONI for the national finals. 7 to
1 v County Title The South Florida competition i State of Florida needs to "grow up" In respectto i.g Lubrlc '
Washing, P and Batter
\ > Is sponsored by the Miami, its great natural salt water resources/ (
1 \ Motorola K-/VLHOS Emerson Herald. Second place district This session of the Legislature could and should Op.n, 0 7 P, M.Sav .
Bobby McCullough of the winner will win $29, third place I take the proifrewilve step of simplifying and recodifying ys A Week
NEW I PADAX USED Hobe Sound elementary school $20, fourth place $19, fifth placeS the tangle of State and,county-sponsored laws which govern -.
$ and all other contestant. $2 Miii of Jensen
I was awarded $10 and a hand- the salt water fisheries Lots s Bridge
I'' 1. 317' ola Ave. one Stuart 209 some bronse trophy as a result
4 of winning the countywide spelling The fish and game are natural assets which belongto
contest at the high school MOTION PICTURES all the people Establishment of the Game &; Fresh
I auditorium her Thursday night. SHOWN KIWANIANS Water Fish Commission several years ago greatly clarified -
Joan Brlscoe Stuart Ith grader, the people right to fresh water fish and game Today D TILE & L
i BUMPER TO BUMPER SER won runner-up honors and received we would think it ridiculous If local sections of Flor- UM
MEOUAWICON DUTYALLTIMES a $5 prlie Two sound motion pictures on Ida modified and altered the State game law to suit their
Other conteatants u! a resultof new products to combat Insects Own convenience yet that Is exactly what happens In then INLAID LllNfiUM AND ASPHALT TILE FLOoiINGf
OTO-SWAY ICATION school contests three weeks and weeds were It the weekly be altered ,
CHKC of the salt water protective laws, which can -
, CLINTONE SASS-LIKAX FOR YOUR ago (included Martha Pegram of luncheon meeting of Kiwanis tor REST HOMES
I J ( FINISH Stuart, Mark Everet and Frances Friday at the Woman* Club. by any county: in the State AND
CA SPRAYED ON. Cheek of Jensen Beach and An- The films were entitled ''Good.b Salt water fish have tails and a wide range of migration -, INDUSTRiA A MENTS
( I D SERVICE nette Smith and Joan Saunder- Weeds" and 'Doomsday for The fi*h which are spawned along the Gulf Coast
son of Salerno Each was awarded Pests and were shown by T. A. may well be the grown specimens later caught on the At- Tile FJao *" leaned an axed
'St Service Station $1 by the County School Cook of West Palm Beach ,for lantic side--and vice versa. Local laws which go contraryto I
Board There was only one entry the SherwIn-WUIUms Paint wise conservation measures and which allow unrestricted Stuart hone 311
W UN PHONE 9144 from Rube Sound 'and none Company of Cleveland. catching of salt water fish regardless of size or spawn
',' from Indlantown. The Stuart Henry R. BID" Steffans and
ing season are not of purely local slgnificance--since-they
winner In ,the April li contestwas Ronald Cross were accepted Into
affect the supply of fish for other localities
George Flemmlng, but In membership of the club. Five
view of hit Impending d pllr-; guests were present. I A special .Legislative. committee, composed of both
commercial fishing and sport fishing Interests, should be
lure north! It was decided to replace ,
him In the county contest: appointed now to study the present snarled legal code on COME TO
lie was presented a certificate,> ARNOLD, BROWNLEE the salt water fi heries," Without equivocation, it can be
CORRECTIOSTOART however In recognition of hl\!\ OPEN LUMBER FIRM stated that any smart or even half.way smart lawyer could PA\M CITY STO]
school victory by Principal Erwin -, throw a cow through the fisheries code In any direction
F Johnwlck I J:. J Brownlee and George in its present shape

The trophies were presented, Brownie. who are In business The fish laws are so full of loopholes that .the enforcement FRIDA ND SATURDAY A SAVE
I II by Superln undent Roscoe H at Hob Sound as Arnold &
I : Officers themselves, throw their
Rollnis I Thursday night Pro Brownlee, Builders, have openedthe privately up
RI PLUMBING & IETAL nouncer was the Rev.'Phil Maxwell Hobe Sound Lumber Supply bands in helplessness! and rather than make any attempt
and judges were Price l Co, Inc. dealing In lumber to enforce the' laws content themselves with. collecting I MILK to can for 39{
II French chairman Carl Bridges, and building hardware, they: announced licenses
WORKS .Mil Frances Smith, David Mar today. One classic law on the statute books defines the l legal '
I ... mesh and size of nets::-then adds that these restrictions Crisco lb.-5 3-lb. $1.56
apply except in the case of mullet and mackerel fishing."

I "DINE and DANCE" I Since mullet Is a fish found in.the bays and markt'relln Assorted Jellies, Prej vest PaVhes, Pears, Cherries,
Rem ins EveryAfternoon I. _(he sea, obvious\ that all a fisherman has to do when
I \. en AT under any circumstances of violation is t8 claim that' he White Karo for thyXfaby, Ice Crcp & Fresco Foals,

""""t A. was fishing either for mullet or for mackerel Sinclair Gas a OiL--

Wedn y The evasions subterfuges and loopholes in the law
SEYMOUR'STASTVDEUCIOUj did not occur accidentally. They were put there with the Opan Evenings and Sunday Afr noon
k "tongue in cheek' Intent of taking the teeth out of the
t. OOD law In addition to the "gimmicks" in the State 'code, 1a.
I UTe there are 'numerous local laws" which change the code UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
: : Mixed Drki--B fon Draft to suit particular sections.
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CITY
j HEAR GENE ofcuilE SOLOVOX The salt water fisheries produce annual takes worth PALM STORE
\ : CL ES several I hundred million dollars to the people of Florida ,
[ i STEA and FOOD Their impairment and,eventual destruction affects the .
/ livelihood ef thousands of persons. In addition, the saltwater
UR SPECIALTY fish support a sport fishing which la very
aturday Af noonsr important in our tourist trade, being figure conservativelya
; Jensen B SEYMO iDEONOw I I
I the lure which draws fishing vi"itors'who spend over

I' ; $250000000 annually, -r '
I Despite the fact that we have taken the forefront In a III
loop I struggle of long duration for conservation practices
I I i/the Inside salt waters, The News impartially feels thatWe
s Legislature should fully consider both the commercial "
NOTIC TO THE PUBLIC End sport fishing aspects in protecting salt water fish

Wise laws would share the crop. and'.continue it for the Mothers are JcXvcls
1 "'"r i' From Audit Report made by benefit of both interests.

Frederic; Dunn.Rankin &. Co.. Certified' Public Accountants, Miami, Florida Unwise practices make everyone suffer in the long
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run-and the real loser is the people of Florida at large r /
I' \ ... .' who will eventually deprived of a great natural asset \ and .,
EXHIBIT "D" Crawfish, once abundant In the Keys have declined \ *- /
I 1' a until they are now rarities, Stone crabs, too, have suffered -
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS, AND BALANCES ALL FUND from overflshing *, MothersLik/e i
The mullet, basis of both sport and commercial fishing /
Fiscal l Year October 1. 1945 to September 30, 1946 '
since It furnishes food for larger fish as well as man,

f. T.... eo..... D.bt S..Ic. IwN.vK..wt. Cw.._... Is being badly overfished-and protective laws designedto Give her a,fin piece) of Jewelry, on Mother's Day
f CASH ON HAND AND 1bblTLMBERSO I ANKS, give this basic fish a rest luring spawning season are Goose
I riddled with ridiculous evasions. Some tiers of counties an exquisit ChaMlaVe Pin for her -- or s
1945 $ 33,831.94 $ 4257.21 $ 2063103 $ 00437 $/ .00
nullify the spawning season -white those alongside them gclden Compact or a ins oljPearls,
2 ; 1 Current tax rolls ._ /Cl; ,334.08 33659.27 17,674.81' are supposed to be governed by the law-which causes f \
Y,,4 Delinquent taxes 24,464.18 2296.55 22,1 G G3 itsentment and violations. It is legal, for instance, to sell I
Special assessments 7,'((08.23 7,908,23 mullet during closed season in certain inland counties, but Buy If You \yh On Our LW-Away Plan
s Accounts Receivable 22.245.19'- 22,245.19Customen'deposits Illegal to catch them in Certain coastal. counties. Exp/t Watch Repair
3275.73 327573 Let's make the fmh laws embracing, simplify
i'4' Tax deductions from employees 11359 11369 them, and put teeth in them.

1< Water revenue 'bondsGuaranty OOQO.OO... 180.000.00 /, Do away with local laws altogether., Crystals Fitted/nd Engraving Done WhilesYou Wai
Trust Company. If it is sensible to restrict net fishing within a mile of
escrow ;000 1650.00 any Inlet in Florida, then make that apply to all Inlets in
Licenses G, 69 6,878.69 Florida. '
Building permits GOk.003t6fW 50200 If a certain size mesh and a certain length nef is POINfE'S
.; 11 fines and forfeitures 0> 336160 deemed most satisfactory for the perprtuation of the spec (
i ,' 1i Interest .,. -- -- --- 682 68263 + ie.'in any section of Florida make those restrictions. ap-
'_ Rent _. 620 6200 1ti I plicable everywhere in Florida
Foreclosures .:,-:::::'.'. :.:.:::.: 704031D6965 704.OJ I ,,. Remove the salt water fisheries from local, politics. ported and Costume Jewelry/

,, gat County road tax payments U ". 1,969.65 '.< (, ;; \' Let's "put our sights higher," realize that all salt water
r Donations to lark Board Funds 128.69 12859 :: ( fish are migratory,' and protect them, If at all. all- VICTORY ARCADE STUART, Fti'
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p .' Fees ..__ __' ... __ ._' .. 14050 14060 "" '' Florida basisPLAY .
A Garbage receiptsMiscellaneous; ::: .: ...:..:=::.. 4,501.16 ,501.16 : ';;:jj i'/i;; : ,; ,

revenue ...... ....,. 78039 78039 .. ,!I','" I I ;

I ti BILLED

.a ArAL ACCOUNTABILITY. .._.......$294.524.08' $ 59,' .17 $46,11407' $ 3 31x211.33: s $167,28461

:' \ FOR MAY 23ATHIGHSCHOOL -
fluJ&ffTr j : "
>CASH DISBURSEMENTS: \ :

-" Administration} .. ........_._....,..$ 1276342 $ 122TJ42 $ I $ "
-_ Police department ..... ......... ...... 6096.53 9663 1
; Fire department .:..m ...... 6.870.83 87083 ;
5 ': Street department -- ...._.. .....- 1099845 U,998.45 Permission has' been granted MoMer
:- Park department. ..._........... 1084.27 1.084.27 for use of Martin County High I -Jewelry for I
Garbage department .__...._._... 6,763.74 6,751.74 .. Schools auditorium for production
Z Welfare fund .m ..__r........ 370.15 87016 of Philip, Barry play "Holi
i Hospital fund .. u ._....._..__..... 2583 26830 day1 by the. Little Theater
Group at S p m. May 23 It was
f, Prison fund ._ 653.r. 65350
-' Martin ntl-s rvi ; Club i ::::::_. 1,01 8 1010788G813 4 ',-1 SI' Johnwlck announced; school Tuesday principal by ]Erwin and F. Gi Her A Beautiful '

1 t Publicity .. ................._.__... .13 president of the play' group Art-CarTejL amend Rinf, A Gift
Post.war fund plans .....u......... 500 38500 I" For the first time since the WhJchNwill '
Interest ....-- .".... .... ._....-....._. ;321.38 725.64 17,391.18 a,204.66 play went Into rehearsal, the i Truly Express Priceeea .Affect** 'You
Discounts and allowances ..... 5879.00 1,317,45 7,868.88 6$92.6Tl group had the use of the auditorium Hold For
Bond expense ... .. ..u. ...-. 13850 13860 'Tuesday night Mrs Florence ,
l Operating expenses ......uu.... -_ -,700.20 7,700.20 ,DeBerry, managing director
l Inventory of supplies ....u.. ... 194.05 194t1 ..05F said that despite the drawbacks .;' CManyE
Partial payments .. ........ ........ 26.53 2653 of makeshift stages and
t1 t Accounts payable .: .._' .._._.__ 75000 750.00 props during'had past been few weeks theplaere '

*, Notes payable ._..._ .._...._.-.-. 1,930.00 ';i.930-00 but the advantage progressingwell of a real ,.. 'itsft Ids"s FQr
Purchase of fixed asajfs ._...s,.,.., 139838.25 9,278.18 X. 130,660.07 stage for work sharpened the
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Total Cash Diabu menu ___$244,88101 ,31.852.62 f 25.398.li6. ,$ 25,970.85 1,658.98 entire night performance. .Tuesday:

r*. I The cast toe "Holiday' Includes other's' y GtS, t tTS
CASH ON HAND, DIN BANKS, \ I Mrs Price French ,Mrt.
1 *,SEPTEMBER, : -U4G ._ ..............+, 49,643,07 $ 8.Ml.65.. 20,715.511 ,f 5,240.48 $ 16, .53n Richard Dollar,Ralph Hartman
:. ( ; Jerry LaPoInt, Carroll f. Ireland -
rt +, Elisabeth: Madeira 'C. H.
; John C. R. Ashley, Mrt. Walker
'a',, _, ; L.: B.. EURIT''J., >ban ail Mrs. Stewart Sprtng-
r and David Walke
Marshall: Jeweler
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As City Auditor t c Clerk .

+ of the City of Stuart T imbr'of.active\ 'volcanoes 347,peeotR Ay. '
IsT imaUd. between 100 Stuart'
and 400.

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r "" 4 r THE STUART NEWS, .STCABT., Kartla CoJoly, Florid, TUtRSDAT, MAY 1, 1947 y JACK {

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LCGAl ADVUTUUUNT EXPERT, 74, AIMS IN MARBLE MEET I HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR' Wlllard Wells, }{..sa Lou'far' : I j' i

LLGAL ADV LSCAL AOVUtTiaCMCNT LEGAL ADVUTIBEMENTtt PLAY SET MAY Julia: Jamlnori and Jim CM! \ 1 ,

TAX W L..a+ 3.. : a' Aa_ N.,540..a r 0.54.Dad. .' pelka. .
946 DELINQUENT : LIST The senior class..11preae\ t This tlyce-act play was writ a

110I..... ........ Its annual' play. "The Uncertain en S by HlkI' aneing, one of th ;I }I'. t,
.4 P1,5 N .... of +. '
.5Pas P4I...N1' ...}. I A 4, Age", at the high school auditorium ,- leading pr *ent.day writer! t r 1'1
; County Florida
Marty. >i 11. .Ik.. I ._._......... VIT11.l IL 5.Hk 5.55P. next ,Thursday at I 30 the stage pftnd has been popularly 1'\! \ (t''

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D5..k 5'.4 TS..d. for and SO cents etAldt .
adults fOIl '1
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, 1& 4154 II '/ .Indi..to.NI..b 11..lie.D..I.0. IIII.1 1.11M UU :. t. it Ilk t .. Peres ..,_..... .. 11.51 Greatly Reduced Prices. Our Stock Ha Been_ : I 'II

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_ n.., 11\\ ... .. ....11 II 4 I l! P111/p/ hd W.r4 5.11, Tr." I .. ... ... c. W .U.(. ...*.-,...-......... HI While B gallery watches, year-old Pop Maynard of the "Cap- 150+O11101>(IE fll WAY 1, m
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NM..5IuNln.y N Uu IT .* I M ck. thorne Spitfires" taker aim during the marble championship of
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7'"d 4. .11 II II II IMtk .s W. .... .... .. '.11 _( Let C-I II MIlM tr H.l. ] 41I. England tournament at Tlnslejr Green, Surrey The. event ll iTT e Po.: sox t i /

MM 11 4 45 .15' II 45 II H.. J ., 5.fdkk __. 1.11 Ul I, Blk IPUI ... H. .. 1.13w 300 yean old.Stuart.
hra Lt.$4 .... IIi I N 9 150.54 I II : :::: = :::: ::::::: :
.... 5414 ..... 1. 515 11 ..... ..., M 1.71
ii II .11 ., /5 1 P. H IIII...., Jr. .. ..... 11.11 ..,.... 1455.. 1.. :
.1 .. .. ..,.; of IM 11114.. .. Publisher Asks
""'" Help
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Pat SlUrM MMUu /
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':n 44 tta: 1& ..TsU u l4 / T P, WHIM... Jr. ...... ... 11.4$ .,..... I.. Pt_ hest ..Cash For You f j 11 11j
II, P S3 PBLMI C. 1 \
1.ru 1"41..., II. I .a ll Blk. I IUl I H.,4. .. .. .. In Conserving State's TreesAn ,
17 .... 15. II. 55, I. .4HI. wlb .... 15.15Tf.ff II Blk IU4 .... .:..::,: t.;! 1111115,5.. ::: "::.. Hi 1 '
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.5 11 II .1 t 1,5. .11..1 55 : 14. Blk I ,- 1'd..5..t ON'T TAKE FIV TES 1t 1\\
11, $a. l5. $4t .1Tc .... I. Ilk. t _.. .. k.t ..... Ls.55 ._.....,..... .NiT..1551 : :
T..... 41 t.4I P.ult P Pt plea to help t;; planted every year. I We for whichis
.:: .15 .1 45 III H. Wllllo...{r. .....:.... 1.14 a.nto Impassioned tan pay yotNtuO. Pjjiunit your cat "

1.54. $1. U aII ty1 .t I. It It 411Dl It M. A. Huttmrt. ..._ MlI In the conservation of Florida'strees A significant point brought I as much at l can get anywhere an4STA3.WITH t +I" i
Iol 41.'I 15.. 'i 55 I' In H. Willi.... Ja .... .. 1.51 Ntl, :: 1 94 4.1. I f/ aS II I Tr p4c.l Kir*. C.. _..._... I tll was made i by Edwin A. out about Florida climate was, .I f
1,545 11. II ,... .11 II 45 II H. 11'1111._ Joy- .- -... 1.... AU no .1$ / 41 t T I. Port .p..1.-. 41.ttJ Menninger. publisher of The the tact that half of the world > THE LAWS .

15.44 45 10 5:, 4..,,\''':'4.I 45.: 5I.5 1 t N. Will{.... ,a :....!.. 51.55Ind ... .H.Pak .SLM I/ .4 s Is G.P Newt. at the last meeting this 10 most useful trees to mankind ; I

. .11'' II II A. Ba__ ... ..... .. 5.111114.tt.pln..at1 II' 10, IUt. C.. 30 3I 4l season of the Stuart Woman'sClub tan be grown In this. State: the ISE MO CO. 1 !
, 11. ti .a 14X" k 5 ... .5..i. rb..o.' ..5..,._........... 15. Thursday afternoon at date palm, coconut, orange' ''rrH/
" / If 5I5 P. WIIIIMM J". ...... ..". ..... ...... 11 .. II. I. Ll rS -. 1.05D.M ( and bamboo. The others 311.23 South D xie Ii CROfECA i
5I5t. mango
b ....uI I. le III I .1. P .... Chlaholm I.Speaking I 1
Delk. .. ......... .. 1.11 .
Jo w.
45 I
.11 I For
Tut $1 are the quinine coco olive apple levee, Fla. Tclc a AO .
1M .11 $5 45 7 P. Willi.{ ... 'J,.. . 11.44 41/D54 lark ilk.G... Let N. In line with his. personal and Brazilian Para rubber. ."

Me C.. ,. r__ c_".) PUPS hobby of developing tropifal -
V"uu : In listing what an Individualcan '
.. trees and beautification of I ''i'
Tn4. S 5. 4 Is. : NYMeut.a 1. it .a I Ilk, 4$ A I. I.rtk. ._ .. ItsL.t do about tree conservation I' "
1.M laid that
51 La _.t It 11. P. I wlllb... Ja _,. ? 11.11 5I t Ilk. 4$ .... Y H ray. ......_ .. .. I." thedty Menninger Menninger said a
,..... / ... I D C. there has been a 28 per cent de- i person can
I. 1. 1$ CI".Nvr .+ : heed the warnings of tree losses. '" '
!b& 554 14 ::i':1T 1...t.:.'i.i>! t1 $14 r. H 11154.4. I.. ..... II." : : NWfl ...MPt .. 3 5$ 41 create in the State timber re plant trees of useful nature and J : !

1,555' 15 .Al II 15 P. H. 1l11aaM. ...11'r. 1.01. 11 A I Ilk. I .. All, W.rn ....._. ... .. I.U that, : In this the rate last ellb: worthwhile qualities\ cultivate a ,t :
L. J .1 a .
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.;':, 4. 15.. 5we--._1."..ir .t. $45 P.. H. WIIIM./ ,Jr. .... ....14.14 C'1.rW1{ W.41.dt..II 4I exhjtusM* J965. ?Such' a knowledge and love of trees and
555. it I : ll 11 .... .4. ir encourage care of what we have I.r' 1
,1 be disastrous he YOUR CLOTHES !
= ',11 II :.1I.11" *sr It t Pits t. C."' :., ::.:.::::::: ::::::' t:: ....a.. _II. .. .__,_.... Jar, 1154.. ., ....._. ,__._ ..I.ITG. said court since1, w more than half of He concluded with the tact that I 1I

$5.5 1 ... ...-54. 5/ 5 It PM W G.M.. r.---.. 1.11, .... .... w.. .144.. II 45It. Florida population Is directlyor the world most contented people Have Ibiir Winter Clothing Blankets
7O .f 't ." III 43'a connected with are those who place value I
"I 1 l';. :; 5D5 3 11.5' N 16" Lot II S Tk. CII. t.r s1 .1 Oaf, 5.31 Indirectly their resources 0 1I I
3 pra t1 .. 1T ....It' /5 Nett.a 5 ... tulloek ... tit ,......,. It .... ID forest Industries and 50,000 peo- on 1
1. II ..___ I, 1 N" It.. J..k.50, a 5... 5. 9.51* ...111Illl 04 a_. G_eo T./ ple would lose forest Jobs The meeting was presided over
BOU .._iI It 411 J. T. FuiIt / .._._..... .w 1P33........ II,43Wly .The Stuart editor brought out by Mrs Menninger club president Dry Cleaned U '
.. ;, 15' c.! e4 LM 7rUf 1JUy Y. 1 5. ......_....* I." .
5555.t "H.'J W 4 lj'II $ T 11 11.14 .L .L ..... ........ It.It 0._ Phi NaI the fact that Florida producetlon \, who announced that the and either 1 1Mp ,'
:7w "i"" lty .. I I PI B P M PB of timber Is topped only by next session would\ be held Oct. il

Me. s" NB'* N IWnlkr ew ... Ie 13I. that of Oregon, but said a combination 22. The club voted \to give $20 ;
B/D rai Ik. : : ::: .il
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LM III 9 II .. _.. W.. H. ..n 45' d
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111/1' .L: .'f L..r. 101. II I* .... Ilk. II N.rI 'N Da os.. IL ... f..I of conservation work \to support Martin County Library 1 i

Illl B u .t. ,. ...,. M NB .... 3. [ PIIIPITPS could make It first In the The city.i executive .
newspaper ,
.11.51 WMtftoldi BD c.. ... .. ...._. _.. t
m N !N i 1. t. HIT Blk II P In U Will 4K> T.tlKll nation. !' gave the same talk before several Put In MotJTiVoof Bags Ii,
(" Wf ills'W IllfHUH 5.1.: } : 1101: Blk: IIBk > L. WIIH.nB .._,. ... | mTk Florida tremendous
commended hundred at t
i 55; } : I. W.:I.'1 41 I O.wn .Turk _.,.,.. .... 50.55mI I.1 14 It ...._. Hub, Soun C* ........ ISO He women yesterday ,thn l i
fishing and produce Industries a meeting of the Jacksonville I
.14 .. HI.t'\ 8114! + HaW .d3/04p4. For ,te Sum r II
, tI HI", .. .... ''551 II 5Aiwa Corp ..... ,.... t= l I S... M, Co.SM .. for the good of the Woman Club. I :'"
I 111' .. 5491!:" 51 Nil ,i. LM- State, but proved statistically: ct !
.. .. = 1.11 ir..l W dt fi 'I"
Mn.mr
W ,lr 1W ... .. 51 1& w.llN w. G. 1 l5.5 have four
PB I P00. that Florida forests GLEE CLUB TO VISIT CITY 1 \
LN..y 41/054 NW' A. UMl pI.5NIlk. value of Take Advantag Gf Our Famous Berlou k>th Proofing 1
the
'" 3WVi.M/a1 ", Ps P 11. AiM.JiJ 1 1j I times productive ,
M .".... YT 4tI / j i a s nj fishing! and twice as much as The Fort Pierce High School Service. : +\,. I\IJ
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I l .$4. Ilk. 15.. H.. C. W. Ar. .. PB p : .J7 $142 and Glee Club will .1.
Only the tourist give a special Concert -
ioII..ot PakD c.... 4 a II Ilk I.. .... H.rtlu. K. /.r4k.l. .4..L 3.4$ produce. : f f'I
'p.4.40... Lot s 511 If 4l N" BWIi E: .. ...,. 11I \4| \ } /'. $54.94. L., 1.40 citrus Industries are greater In In connection with Martin ir,1,I f r1

]I .. I. Ilk 11. AI.r1 C.rp. I...., ?- ..M .,." ., ''' 0 $ .. L.M 1,0 -. 01 h..,. .....::, .. ...... ..It 40 41 I T, I. ,Dnkt' (MS* 41 ISIS He reported on a conservationbill GEORGE KEITH ''i'1 ; i .
1 J 0.r. '..1 a73 of w,.. program tomorrow at 11 a. mat p
.1.04.1M515: : ,11 ill. A..M H. sorb. ._.. '.11 007( LotN iffI .. ...t 4' 41 $ 1.4.054.45114 ) .a. 14.14I now before the Legislature' I f
I0 Ilk III I .0 0 aoN. D. 61.11.. .11.1$ AIr B..tk PUI N' which would guard all of theStates the Log Cabin, U was an- '} !II

:1.:. : I.17."W"i Du II; ,.+.k li Ir T A.14., 1, N.IIM1 II.'.H.O1. 151 .... $44 7.10k [I c.. .PB. .....10 ...P.....Mttt .... forests at a cost of $1 nounced yesterday by Principal artin County Cleaners S Shone

tab 9554. 4/fr.;; L > in a iti .";,_, W. 5. CM,. ....... ....... 55.1$ a person per year, a small Individual Erwin F Johnwlck. Miss Edith I : : :
.. price for such protec- y :
iii Glenn and her physical education
ui
i: 5"t a. 41 IC KICKLITEBTu 190 P. 0. Box 906 '
.41 /, 515 :: ; a.C.;; :: Y. Y. ..... ....: s'/4 .rtln ColknetorH Co .l, tion.Among out .classea will be In charge' ,
Menninger
"II\ E.t.t. b. ., I. *5.21C way ii .
a 1 ; lined for "keeping Florida green
1 Pita'
r1l Cs 7 II 41 were: stopping the fires which
AI ,.kn w 1'/1') ilk 13 ... 15551 ,
Let 1111. It M'.iltD.e..a.. .11... consume, 25000 acres a year I 1I1f
. c .:.,. :-',-; .r"SA IMERCIAL and AERIAL planting trees for lumber, tree
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swv. crops. a future reservoir and ornamentation -
.41W1451 I .__ 15'41'uwr
I. The commercialvalue
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PHOTOS
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I'' ,:I,, : : / I SALES I VITAMINS SOUGHT I USED ,FATS VALUABLE, AID PRODUCTION COUNTRY CLUB PICNIC SECOND; AT GRADERS BEACH TO

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I'I"/I" t Ses 1l or Jacksonville May 1 Sen- Florida ft As a reward for
ator Raymond Sheldon of wlnnlnt I
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airs and this ,
Is sponsoring a bill that would PICNIC PLANNEDA i Harris year n
ear Loweryg 2nd
'''f'' SERVICE Parts and require grits(hat be enriched refined corn with I vitamins meal Ferris:. wn}peel l llIy i I dents row They will have will a picnic grade tJ',
board
It'', Sheldon said the purposeof HORTENSE JL WJJ.J.SAs ; Mother Car picnic for club i bus In the morning | Kh
I ) the bill was to prevent the WS and to
t A a a will climax
BAUER sure as the rap of th.Speaker's members and guests Kobe Sound beach for the
dumping of meal from which nf|
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"t : I gavel Is the biennial an afternoon of golf at the and several hours of play,
St. oulevard Phone 142WNE |all vltlmlns had been removed onthe appearance *of two proposed Y w Martin County Oolf and Country will:: return to school TI
Florida market. legislative measures: the bill Club next Wednesday. It was announced Among,the mothers who a,j
qI The novels,of Jules Verne,who'I for Increased taxes on chain this week by Mrs. L. A. along are Mrs. Walter !a\
I d d In 1909, predicted aero- -stores and the retail sales tax., tAT! r Arbogast, president of the club's Mrs. Ernest f Lyons,Mn pe,',
At the current session both were Ladles Auxiliary which plannedthe Cabre, Mrs Barr1&Lo"eh
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p nee submarines and televl-
proposed by Senator Shands of i iI event. and Mrs. Glenn DeBerrp'a
I OCKY I n. Gainesville, The chain store tax I The picnic will be held from
bill was disposed of by a
with Herb Duganas
( to 7 p. m.
j, HORSE I committee by a '-3 vote, food chairman. A regular
by placing in cold storage n.1 meeting of club members and
til 1949 officers will be held In the club
,. FEED I The retail sales tax bill a bugbear house it I following the picnic
i to many and a pet project Attendance at the course Is
of many others probably will] reported unusually good the past
90% I come nearer enactment than In two week with the greens In READ
100-Lb. 'faY pOMJ/ any preceding session but, after top condition. Also several new
Bag
I : r alp much oratory and arm-waving, s members are reported to have
I again will be defeated. A bill to Joined the club recently. ,
,1\ R.l rMGMG ,e..4 abolish ad valorem taxes upon FOR 'IN NTgLFAR
,j passage of the pales tax bill also SUPPORT NEEDED
Iii 1?;' HOME CANNI 'Sasr has been proposed. If both these K
ANNlpAGE--BOSTON STYLE WITH PORK Items could be voted simul-
,I 2. on .Washington May J-Unified
pl.co of lid
1 taneously, It Is highly probablethat nationwide support Is needed to Best Mon Call M,
I II BE S2CANS 2 c Ms 00.0w denb .w i.0.g the sales tax would become secure passage of the Federalaid
I 'I motel hdel Th-'s doubt.ofif a law As that is impossible, bill pending Y BOND
to State fishery
a ref.e for .wss ----------- --
; EKCOIE PREPARED Wtih & ,.. many legislators will fear the de-
-- Tomato Sauce / Neese ho. .d feed. before Congress, the Wildlife
These New York City twins buy bacon for less by taming In used
feat of one or the other, with
I'it Z JN M to sns +if Institute stated today
I SPAIHETTI2 2 23c DOME down. I.b the consequent result of two tax household grease te their meat counterman. Most dealers are Management. The bill recently:Introduced Alf reamer
CANS r wl. .a say Mew laws, thereby causing heavy additional paying substantially more today for used cooking fats. During John D plngell
by Congressman T P
,: Plu.sa Y -- Lr. .'s.v..er.bvpu our.. Coo taxes. or the wiping out ,OPAs existence,'the price was set at I cents a pound but now of Michigan, Is In committeeand REACH
I I\ 10-LB. 5-LB. of Income from ad valorem taxes prices as high as II cents a pound are common over the country. will not receive action with 45 Mingo one 71'
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FLOU 03 3c r &AU JARS AND out substantial backing
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BAG BAG RECOMMENDED
Milk with ut replacement from other STUDY
Tojay'l- --Today
AT YOUR .
GELD M AL GROCea's sourcesrflya Tallahassee, May I ProducedANTHONVS 5-4 vote the Senate Com The Journal of the American
WHEA ES :PK.' 12o PCZ 16cI and mlttee on Privileges and Elec- Medical Association recommends ENTRAL MARKET

,. tions placed the so-called 'whiteprimary careful study of all factor Involved -
I wmTH S. RMY GOGGLES- --- asteurizedIn calendar" without bills on recommendation. the Senate- before a State university MEAT ryODUCE
Las embarks on establishments of a
tin C tyBarat Committee members voting school of medicine.
CHERRI 2
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PACKAGES for It Included Evans Crary of an f/
I The Florida Legislature has
elA Stuart. Although voting to
i \ 'A Dairy bring It out of committee, Crary :before It measures which would COURTED SE ,e e ,' I r
SUPERITE B EF stated his Intention of voting set up such a school. Both bills .
{ P. 0. 104 Stuart against Senate passage. Final provide that the school shall be 0 CONVENIENTLY LOCATED
I 1 7 CHUCKRSUPERITE R AST 41c I for committee
LB. responsibility a branch of the University: of 2n Akron Joe Brooks
r passage rests with Senator Harry Florida.
King of Winter Haven 'who previously -
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1 h 6UlJ.Q EF lLB. 35c the bill.When -
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this bill comes up for
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SPECIALSCRACKERS
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\ PORK ROAST I SOt man Ray holiday"aptly for termed Senators a :'Ro and

--- others; It will provide an opportunity ,
i4 TYr for hours of breast-beat- ..
Jil SPARERIBS AT Ing and gallery playing, after ,
r 1\s P 49c which unless we over-estimate I' f
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,; TEND'R SHANKLESS parity It will be defeated 1lb.pkgJ26/ ;F
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'The Committee I on Privilegesand I
4 PICNICS 53c Elections approved the proposed -
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: r SUNNYFIELDSLIdEDBACON WlfSRE YOU CAN PURCHASEQUALITY providing that ability to read a
paragraph qf either the Federalor Juice 46-oz.cah 19//
69c Florida Constitution shouldbe
: LB.u\\; a requirement of qualified

; HERMANS MEA S, GROCERIES voters (unless Inability to do so C F F E born'cbs.VacPackeduam044
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llt' I WEltifnS..L 43c ANDREMEMBEME ) but quickly turned thumbs
down on the proposed amend-
FRESH P D CE ment which would lower the
; MAiMERELLB' voting age from 18 to 21. YENLOW f / J ,
L} 'I SPANISH 2Sc HANDLE There was a public hearing

!, FROZK FOODS yesterday on. bills The affecting meeting municipalities was- Crea Corn no.-2tii/2for I 35;

Mf Strained Baby a joint one of Senate and House
i 1 J 1' Clapp's FOOD, 2 jars 17 IDEAL FOR THApWARmWEATHER MEAL committees, and brought out a
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fi BE SURE EAT QU\HTY large representation of Mayors MOTTS i I
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I\I and others vitally Interested in
I A Penn Motor he pressing problem of IncreasIng APPLE 44
I 01L,2 r. can_ $1.f revenue for cities and towns. JUICEqt., ,
Having passed the House by
.r HormelsSPAM unanimous vote, the school bill BONN
"" now goes to the Senate where
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IHII difficult, although It Is expectedto Markyet Specials
I" Ann Page Carden r MEMBER pass,perhaps with some slight
; '1;' RELISH, 1O-ox. jar 9c HOUSIA changes. Final enactment of ,
; Eco Gro ry this legislation will begin the up-
t' 3ordens \ omy ward mirth of Florida schools PRIME E ERN'BEEF:
and Florida children
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OMEOWNED
FRIENDLY OPERATED

11 ;i Ann Page It. ..h50VINEGAR. to/s. Akron Avc. WE DELIVER Telephone 143 ELECTED PRESIDENT SIRLOIN OR ROUND SI ,._,_., .... ._.._-?_",_,?,?,.....Lb. 65c

} pt. llc Gr j1gd We At Now Noon Close Each Wednesday Afternoons Dr Baton, Lester Rouge Halt La University, May 1-of Center Cut Chuck Roast. ,., ._..,.., ...."...-............_........_.........Lb. 39cRriaket

Jewel pkg. oe rIf The Summer Wednesday Season During Florida professor of speech has ; or Plate Beef ,_. .... .. ......,....... Lb. 20c
If hI ::11 SHORTENING 35c sys 14 otr, 1(!been Southern elected Speech president Association., of the I "" *._>...": ...................

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E OW Down They Go It t Store For Now 'See What ,We Center

" ,. 1 r : S ASH lot We wired Preledent Truman 4- SpecialLilt Are Doing To Bring I Oit Chops '...__.......__.._...,.. .._..._.:.-WM.. .._.....",..Lb. 55c,

i Pound,. about our campaign to help r MONOe
due and hen l ,
,. we're prices cutting em right we a go still. Color Food, Prices Down!

.__ ... _._ 23cs We're prices down.going Cooper to try with force us *Sacrificing Profit; I Complete Food Store
do your pert InJM fight.You Deep Cut gale Pr'lceie
can help by npnlng to buy an
Item that tprThlgh, by Ulklngjrtpalfn i *Reducing Regular Prices i\'il'A\
up our c Lete all get ET
stin Whple a1.
ogeth and light to bring R RO'MER'S .
cost of \ _. teal
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THE JJITART I STTJABT,'M rUa County, Florid, THURSDAY, MAT I, 1MT.Oeom 1 I 1 1C 7", .'! INn
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.GEORGE y'LE7'CRER' ; should place a'ceiling U to the rt.. TOY JEEPS'FOR JAPANESE CHILDREN JUNIOR MUSICIANS COMMITTEE PROPOSED CRARY
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NAMED CONTACT MAN URGES CITIZENSTO amount of Interest on such I GIVE CONCERT HERE J \
bonds, and that It should be I Tallahassee. May t (MV-A) elate Senator J'1' '
Fletcher of lndiann comparable or less to V. 8. government The third In alert.. of monthly Highway Planning Committee to a newly-elected y,
tf Florida >
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11 one of prepare a long-range programof
to act STUDY BILL bonds because the concert was given by the Bolles School Dede' 1 v6
named
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Jile road and bridge construction
Jaitact produce men era of I State of Florida will endorse. Junior Concert Club of Stuartat In Florida would be established of' director at Jackson + iyti :
STstaW and the Florida Vegetable thpm. 'j ; the Civic Center Tuesday I under a concurrent resolution F t i I
ON EDUCATION I night a
committee connection,1 adopted by the House and sent l 11' ,
-zr' This semi-classical' t ,
wMi development of a Statewide ; concert to the Senate for approvaL The
vegetable merchandising pro FIRST AIDCOURSE '41' ... was shorter than usual\becauseof resolution calls for an appropriation : I..
the Illness of several membersof PTEsM
II Orlando June 1U-18 of "
gram in Representative Viriliat up to $25,000 a year from f: 1',
the organisation. Decorating
Issue I* of State road funds to pay expense
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Nn Concern i ENDEDA 'h" .. .._ ':' the stage was a slender white I of the survey.'
sea .. ."" .,., columnade topped by an artistic \ 1 I Iii'
rbto rr :5 Continuing the article on the ,. .- .' '" '. arrangement of flowers, con I RECONSIDERATION BARRED. N OM 1 f
'foundation' \ tributed by Robert Hill. A '
I Program" being first aid Instructors' trainIng d'-i:; ,' fA'I
Tallahassee 1 .
- submitted. to" the Florida of 'spring flowers a May ) II
comment on which Legislature was course was completed Fridayfor .. Mrs L, C Kickllter, was on the: The Senate has declined to reconsider 8 t CASTI LINE 41 fl f fsm

ThII SORE fcLERJt.on published last week, Rep. Marvin Martin County chapter, .. piano. Barbara Stewart was I the bill It passed Mon- ii' Ijhl';
American Red Cross. Classes \ the Florida Improvement slier alley thin .l;
H. Rowell said: were held last week at the chapter r.- .'- ''. master of ceremonies 'day authorizing an !
avl "I feel that the education pro office conducted by Bob Zu- .. The talenjcd", guest performers,I Commission to.Issue cab lines equal' test.processed 4 4.i 1 11 I '.
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, R EET gram as recommended by theCltlsen's brod of the'' southeastern area Phyllis Constance, coloratura,: revenue certificate for construction -' Bea. d in by "
J careful /
has been Committee grossly on misunder Education field staff. .MAW. _. and her sister, Joanne Constance -i j I of county roads against an-, our meth d. which slow Insure 'J x, J'f ) '

stood.'I !. Qualifying as Instructors were : i 'who accompanied her,I Itlclpated gasoline tax receipts. !1 ength and sue l I
treat ,
NJURABAIMPINITRATING Mrs. Evalena C. Baker, Leon L. I I J\I'
"' believe that a special committee -! Jones of Palm City and John N. 't .:..,... were features on the,, program.; I of caa Made in sine \, I / \
locally, of "" '. Phyllis sang "One Fine I tRARY BOYS CITED teat fr 9 to JO Ib. i
.. composed five Mann. Reappointed as first, aid 'f' 'i. CI Day" P '
.a.rab. oh.
ass 0 405, minister, five members from the Instructor were Mrs. James H. 1 \' IH" from "Madame Butterfly by FOR ACADEMIC'MERIT \, .; /
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STIMULATING Chamber of Commerce five Smith and W. R. Baker Cards i f"UHe.I' \' Puccini. and the negro ballad,' Two Stuart boys have been NORVfCl LINE COMPANY. ,
r members from the Junior Cham- : "
showing completion of a standard
redo., airy eP "Go 'Way From My, Window. awarded academic merit ribbonsat
lwr1Pglu ber of Commerce, and representatives first aid course went to :
d.a..s a from Rotary and Klwan- George Hlromlmus and Walton Others on the prograrn Included the Bolles School, Jacksonville NOt CH, N,T.So : p!;, t t :

M s' r.obi i Neoe el. la, together with Interested par. Parks. Mann and Baker are Sara Roberts, Ernie Rlcou MJr. DeWltt E Hooker, ,
a.,d.., Poi ...... Yi nr. ents, teachers, administratorsand planning to begin first aid Anne Pittman and June Matou-' superintendent, announced ''to byL d "'''Iii> i
T..d..e' ARIiWARE I I
lowing I*: supervisors of our local, classes for the volunteer fire sek., day They are William1, Crary DING i If,
u .in m* athse niuclM. schools should organize a Citizens department within the next two n r ,
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BITJ a iJ by < J The next concert \is scheduled and Evans Crary, Jr. sons of ''I" I' "
store out
La tiiA-r, totiivt MW nu..0.* Advisory Committee locally weeks. children visiting a Tokyo department try for SPORTS h O tES 1
K H ..XrikY*** N.w.b.l.< owteifci and Inform themselves and Classes also were conducted by 1---- slogans attesting that U. S. soldiers have been -iunt-4. Senator and Mrs. Evans Crary 1 i :,', 1
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/ the public of the actual administrative Zubrod at the* Stuart Training '
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Ul f iVl Iwdi nnchi.aiop'Eipj functions of House Bill ; II
wa School which saw six
UXl I WWK negroea
,;"* d she *%u.3 M., | uNriAuhl 148. qualified as Instructors, Theyare ADDITION REJECTED State Constitution which would II
S J .M.oTh\.*....d LUAN wa.nle...m 4if "I might add that D. S. Hudson Ora Dell Hamilton, lima M. Tallahassee, May 1 W) -. have required owners of live- HOM :
Mrs. IrYe M.d w.tr.. Wb. 7w Irir.a. 4.A ,'our local bunker, should be James, Lillie Belle Redmond and The House Constitutional Amendments 'I I stock to prevent them from run P.DERN I'', I ;
called on.the committee to ad- Mattye Lee Washington all Committee has rejected -
ry .u. oh Yens... 6aMr., Hghy. vise as to the sale and financingof teachers,. John L. Johns, Boy 1 to 5, an addition to the ning at large on the highways" "
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to/lass d. N soils.y \1
b son / o.
r..n. I.514 nl 1.45 ba.se. bonds In event that bonds are Scoutmaster, and John E. Scott \FOR SAL :
m. 1 MRN*Ci.EAN-S%THINS Issued for school Improvements.I orderly at Martin County Hojfc,, >
mlgty add also that I feel that pi tat. These new Instructors are I
iURA'BALI kpwitur the public should have a voice planning classes for the school SEND IT TO THE ', I I Ii I i
as to the Interest to be paid In and the Boy Scouts to begin Im) '0 TWO BEDROOM E J'! ,
IiT IEUET fION ACHES ASS HIM event that we bond for building. mediately. LAUNDRYPhne 'r

"Personally, I feel that we Living Room, Dinin! \ oom, Kitchen, Laundry and Bui] m-Carag!! on Large!! Corner ;t ,

11ID r CORRECTIONS ON 7 L Can Be Financed To !S'urehaaer.. ''Ji'q "

11i I AGAR ARTICLE '
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ILTON'S SUNDRIES j ,
fiarles B. Hoffman, manag- AND
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Tng! director of the Agar Division UNDER (STRUCTION '
[UG SUNDRIES COSMETICS of Spertl Foods Inc., has calledto
SUN T\V OIL SUNSHADES SUN GLJ our attention two errors In WE WILXBJCK UP 1'1' k kO
CA\>IES TOBACCOS JEW the feature article on agar T JEDROOM HOMES :
which appeared In the April 24 r, it'
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SODA FOUNTAIN unCLEAN TWO ROOM HOME # \
kt Issue of The News. I JI' .' ,
SODAS \ ICE CREAM ANDWIC1IES The founder of "Spertl Inc., f
NEWSPAPERS AGAZINES ,was Dr. Oeorge not John SANITARY and ECONOMICAL On Already Sold TV Veteran. W. Inv You to Watch and Inspect th* Con '"'I, ttl'i ''

Spertl. He \Is now a director of NDRY SERVICES struction of The *Jjlome .
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NEW MM SCHEDULE the Institutum Dial Thomae,
Prices Are Kept w 4t' k kI
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with laboratories in Cincinnati -
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"till U Noon > ATURDAY 1:30: s.m. Till I; p.m. "
The manager of the Jensen
TLTON BLDG. NEXT TO P. o. JENSEN BEACH I Beach plant Is Travis E. Benton, Phone 287 HON BLDG. PHONES! "i ,
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