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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
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Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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EMBER OF THE ,ASSOCIATED PRESS \ A H-Aere park planted to 'jacarands tract web w the
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FLORIDA: PRESS ASSOCIATION Li t rt lavendar beauty In Oscar yard would bereat .I' !t

NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION lt :U! tt IV's i : : :llJ

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J-No. 11. __ THE STUART NEWS, STPART! Martin County, FLORIDA THURSDAT. MAY It, 1947 PRICE TEN CENTS ,. : J I



UNTY ASKED I Crary Offersosquito 1.1.lim BOARD IN1 City' Cleanup Drive Termea'Success "u


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BUILD OCEAN OFFER TO SPLITSANDSPITRENT


Bill Forward'"A' !; ,

ADTOINLETiniaitiners Step! : '
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I la. answer to concerted demand on an intelligent and coordll}- d 14X;; : ,

Deceive from all parts of Florida, ated attack on the winged pests ,
Pehtloni Stale Holds to Claim Which I
Will Seek Senator Evan Crary of the 12th Crary estimates, and progressive Would I Imperil Riparian CONVICTED ;
; District--Martin, st Lucie and I Baccalaureate Sermon is Set PARADE HOLIDAY ( : t
Rights of Way Indian River Counties Intro- civic figures throughout Florida Rights ; ,


Iree eats petitions from that all signed parts proceeding,by of the 251 duced qulto a control In bill the for Legislature Statewide Monday mos- are.way necessary expressing will be funds.Statewide found hope. to that raise! some the. Shipes County, Jensen Commlslsonen. Beach, and O W C For 40 Seniors Sunday Night CLIMAX MONTH !:j I


Itt t asking Crary measure Senate Bill and Band- M. Fletcher. Indlantown accompanied

uild ucit an Inlet ocean be expedited drive1 to were the T34 la now In the Senate COm- fly eradication mosquito has the supportof by A A. Hendry I BACCALAUREATE PROGRAM CAMPAIGN HERE, 1!r ; !

nted at the county com- mittee.U on Appropriation, whereIt the Governor.Scores of legislators county road Superintendent returned Procenslimul ,_ .... Trio' .i ,
expected to meet the obstacle
have record
at- gone on from Tallahassee yesterday '
loners' meeting Tuesday Invocation .. ,
Hcv Marwell 'lj
that appropriating already ,
pledging support In advance to after conference
oon at the cotvt house, far exceed anticipated; such a measure. The Florida Governor a Mlllard Caldwell Tuesdaywith Hymn No J ...... ... MAli, 11.tI1111C! Power of Jesus Name"Scriph.re $142 in Prizes! Awarded; J ,

petitions were submitted . _. Section I
Ie revenue. Press Association and Individual and Florida Internal Improve- Reading Dr Carrie! Negro Work I ,

a three-man Jensen Beach Approximately $500,000 or mosquito control board ment Board, In which the I. t Offering ......?. ... fm World Relief 1 Lauded ) ,'} .I ,

gallon headed by Seymourcon about 17,300 for each of Florida' throughout the State favor .a Board held to Its claim of own- Of(oratory . Trio -- '

who asked In time that for such the (7 counties is needed to carry unified plan.Little _____ 'ership of Martin County ...nd.plt .Anthem '. ':'.:::'::::';:::"::' : : :::... ::,:.::.. ":.. Buptut( Choir: : The month of May cam il 1'1'

k influx be finished of tourists, -- developed here for, marine "Ye That Lived In the HOIIM' of the [Lord"! Spinney/ II' patgn to clean up fix up And ""I,tJj.'t ." !!

delegation was Informed ;wlEWORKERSDID' terminal use when original Inlet I Bdixalumeute Sermon ....._..._.._ ..?._,:.... .. .. Or Aldiulgefrnedictwn paint up- this 'community, : ,f' \ "fi.I': '
IV.
in Theater Improvements were made In ...
.. Rev. renton which '
Ible.such The speed county Is virtually has had 1m-aey 1925.The" I. t Board Informed the I Recessional: .:: ::: :::: ::':::::. ? :.:::':: .:: :. Trio; 1 parade wan Tuesday climaxed and a by city.a '! : j 1'\ ::1


but ot the lack land three to the right Inlete of NOT STRIKE Play Billed Here Martin County delegation thatIt ,I Rev Phil Maxwell _.participating._ .. "In (the Service.Fjstor| t'iut flipti t C torch I wide holiday yesterday, was \ i .a' I;
Its claim to the made
regarded
and currently holds none lands as valid, but would settle/ ,II Dr. C A. Carriel .. Pastor Pint Presbyterian diuixhKev I pronounced "a success" to a 111 'I ,t .1
with itsmp"tg
the deeds on the :3%-mUe I the deed R. M, Fenton Priest in charge of St, M irys' Episcopal! Cbiinh et 1 I' ,;
furnishing county a
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t.cb from the end of the pres- INTHIS COUNTYCommunity Tomorrow NightWith on the basis of splitting $2400 Rev. Wilfred G. Akliidge. Pastor... First MetluxUt Church most t aspect being j. :" '
that "it wan a step in the
to the inlet, the .
pavement In rental expected In the next 1 Trio Mrs Nell (olxiwick, ViolinWendtll right di ction." \
itlon was told. However '" U Cello :
years Included In the compromise Wiiltr i The executive committee head- I
commissioners said ,County Appreciative of the best wishes ,of the offer which will be placed M*. O V. Matouse, )(, Piano I ed by Jaycee President Paul I I'I'I
I
d Superintendent A. A Hen- "Hello Girls" for i playwright, the Little Theater before the local board here, was Mrs. G. L. UlenfiiUl] Director of Shnrt Biiplist Clioir. I Young concluded Its work last "' 111'1 j
would be ordered to take Imitate 1
Loyalty I I Group will present Philip Barry's the States determination to KENNETH ROMNETRomney night at an Impromptu meetingat 61i I
toward \
steps rights of securing. so i"Holiday" at the Martin County continue a court battle In whichIt former serfeant-at-*\I- Martin County; High 8ehcxi'-, pectlve graduates are four ex- the Civic Center at which" the '
way
necessary
With the nationwide telephone also claims ownership to a largest graduation class In history OI.'s, George Gideon, Warren cleanup drive prize winners !
survey to determine what High School auditorium at I tomorrow arms In the Lower House of Ai
strike ended, Stuart and Martin strip of land deeded by the .. convicted 40 Seniors will enter graduation Shlpei. and.Lewis Gamble of were announces and a resume .:
work will cost can be started. I night Congress was by a
county to M. P. Fayette adjacent / week next Jensen Beach and Horace Arnoldof given of what had been .
County are expressing appreciation Sunday May accom. i I '
ward Mapp told the com- Jury In Washington of concealing I t.# it
Final dress rehearsal was scheduled uplands owner. I 25, with baccalaureate services at Hobe Sound. plished.
,Ion be and several other to the local exchange staff for two decades a t. ,
back
at the school tonight with The delegation brought the Baptist Church Methodist Here are the others: The prize monies, mostly in I'
ties Interested In the 'road'sstruction of $143,863 in his a
which was too; busy working to j word that the Martin County Instance Shortage I
would support a a capacity crowd virtually assured counts.. Sentence was it:: I Minister W. O. Aldridge being Ramona Arnold, James Bowden trade at Stuart business houses, : ; '

U levy to pay for It, and he take time oft to strike, 1 i according to advance Is but one of some 500 ferred. [principal speaker Other Stuart Milton Griffin Julia Jamison totaled $1&2. Those named for \\i I

Telephone .service, both local claims still being pushed by the clergymen will participate. The and Jean Robinson Hobe prizes by the awards committee .! "
urged a speedup In the ;
proinary ticket sale
However they
reports. State ownership of submerged
and tone distance, was practically I n'.r i i program starts at 8' 1 Sound; I Included: '
work towards construe still may be acquired from cast despite a Fort Pierce S llFISH.CLUB I Class Night Is set .for 8 P m Joseph Brown and Marcia Mc- Best decorated bicycle In par. Ili.fI :
of the here
frbm
proposed bridge uninterrupted throughout I
!art to the ocean beach. He members at SO( cents apiece, decision In whicn private ownership Wednesday, May 28 at the high Pherson, Salerno; I ade girls,-1st, Gall Merrlmanj I! .
the strike. All workers stayed I The cast Includes Mrs Price rights were upheld. I I school auditorium, where awards Jerrold McElfresh, Roberta god Valerie Ann Rains; Boys-* '
Informed that of ,
rights way on their jobs and did their Compromise on this issue It i .will be presented the class history Nuner and Gerald Snipes, Jensen lit Charles G. Franklin; 2nd 1 I i: .
the bridge still have not been French. C. F. Ireland, Mrs Richard will ASKS CHANGES I i ,
was pointed out here today '
best to give top-notch service In and claw prophecy deliver. Beach; Clyde Crews: negros 1st Alive "
ulrecI Bewails but I L ,
on Point
e expected to be forthcoming loyalty to the community ,and Dozier,. Jerry, Lafolnte, be vigorously fought by' prop- ed, and a number of skits presented i Winona Saunders, Indlantown, Albritten; 2nd", Ernestine Allen. ,,\,, j
Ethel Walker, Mrs Elizabeth erty owners and civic, agencies 'The students will have Cecilia Juanita Baker, Phyllis Most artistic float in parade r
n the firm which furnishes their 'I
Madiera, W. R. Stofflns, Ralph whose riparian rights are threatened IN TWO BillS charge of this program with Jane Baker, William' Baker. Stuart Garden Club \ .I' 'j"

r. George A. Dame ,ot the livelihood, Hartman Robert Hall.; David M. The News, gives a complete Emerson; Kramer acting as master James Chappelka, Dorothy Best decorated ante list, Girl Ii I", \ ,

te Health Department ap- Although It was "top news" exposition of the situation of ceremonies ClonU Jim Conrad Mary Louise -Scout*, Ind, Jayeees., !1:1::

red before the communion to during the strike period, The Marshall and Virgin Springer. on page 6 today, Formal graduation< exercisesare Garner, Robert Greene, Shirley Best decorated motor scooterhPaul t 'I
IlnebJI department's plans By mall and .wl,.-.. BroXip The local: delegation learned Fear For Flolwiidir' Fisher : .
Stuart News refrained from : :i set for Friday night May Ann Coane, Marjorie Hodapp. I i '
tabllshlng county health has received the "green light'on while In Tallahassee that Ben, .m.Wi Advocate) "No Sale"I : "i.one. I 1',1 .
mentioning that there was no 30, at Fourth Street Park band Edmond Howard Emerson Kra- Best looking. : 1st Belly ,
t In Martin County and tower strike, hereto prevent any. pas the production A telegram Evans Crary has received definite On-Sailfish 'I shell at I clock..' Principal mer, Dolores Law Frank ..MInI Chlsholm; 2nd, Noah Ludlum, j II

; questions by the com- sible labor agitation.. from Samuel French. Barry'sNew assurance from the State Speaker Will be Phil O'Connell, schke, Barney OS teen, Jr,, Best organized cleanup unit; .

slon on the subject, Mrs. Garland Krelder manager York City agency read "At Road Department that a new! voiced Stuart Sailfish to Club two Friday legislative distinguished West Palm Beach I Ernestine, Rlcou, Richard Roberts 1st, Key, Club I 2nd, Rhythm f "

'le pointed out such a prom announced that operatorswho request Philip Barry author'Holiday' drawspan will be constructedfor opposition? forma attorney In case weather can Mary Alice Sauvage Evelyn Band., I.; 'J'
their '
to bills in present ,
we pleased au-
would cost *1I. 45 a year manned the Stuart exchange 'thorize to are produce 'Holidayamateur Jensen Bridle.SpURr n d asked Representative I cell the outdoor ceremonies, the Savage Vera Savage. William Bed ever'all cleanup Job* 1, .t ': 1\\

this county of which the were Mrs Dorothy Anderson you performances in Stuart Marvin H Rowell to either alteror scene will be shifted to the high Stanger, Josephine Tucker. Roan Methodist ChurchOrganisation r' }

all would put up $4,570 and Mrs. Laura Mlspel Mrs. defeat them. school gymnasium. Wall Jean Elizabeth Van de giving greatest ,' a J
free of OCCURSIN
State the remaining W475ough. Winifred Thompson. Miss Hazel I letter royalty"A to the group from thlpla'wrllht One Is House Bill 779, aimedat Included In the list of 40 pros- Water, and Willard Wells, Stuart. amount of help PTA.BeMJpdivldual -, ..,.', II ,
the unit would, becomr ---- ----
[ Deno. Mrs, Alice Arnold Ra- himself reads: V banning goggle-spearing from lot cleanup: :,' i
property of He county A mona Arnold, and Miss Marjorie 1st Mrs. John Haselwood,' 428 .
While ,
nan personnel In proposed Hodapp i Dear"Martin Friends County: being my second BUILDING 8 piers this and bill Jetties.so far as Its approvIng Intent, Legislature MIAMI WRITER South Colorado Ave; 2nd, Herbert IrJ ..T 1
this
county, Including a part- Expansion of ,switchboards home and the theater being the club directors who met at Bruner, SOI South-'California ,,11 \ \
it health officer, a part-time here first scheduled to be con- Ave, : ,
first can Harry Dyers office Friday, pointed i
love
)wvlsing nurse and three full- cluded April 19, is expected to my Imagine my pleasure perhaps at you having PERMITS HERE out that its language preventing I Raises Rates DISCOUNTS WARPROPAGANDA Best parade potters: white- J IJ '' '

e workers: a public nurte, begin soon with general resump- learned that my play 'HoUde)"' any spearing within 300 I Rorer E. laPointe and Peter J 4 I ,
Ury-! officer and clerk. tion of telephone work, althoughno would Barr; lIerSth grade and 2nd \ ,\ '
first of dock practicallyput
Is to be venture. yards a
Hie commission, undecided for definite date has yet been "I have your a special fondness for Plans for Renovation of an end tq all flounder spear- I For Legal -Ads grade, Stuart Training school I ,,1 '

I against decivionpuanil I ,delayedking set this play and I hope and believe Stuart Drug CompanyRevealed Ing In this area,' since' I It would The executive committee mem } .

a all com- that you will do It well. Ha play close a 1800, foot circle around hOldS b estimated more than 105 I: .' i"H I;
I-kniers\ and the boards aty : dock. They pointed out of trash were hauled out I
exist without a good every
ever can
ne could be present to dis- SURPRISE HEREON production. good acting and a A sudden spurt- In building t'hat.he language of the bill Tallahassee, May 22 -The Jack Bell Speaks at Joint by the eight trucks operation. I ITrucks ;'
Florida legislature. has Increased II
It Commissioner' were donated by Tom \
O W Rotary-Kiwams
r good audience.so give you three plans here was noted this weekas would prevent small boya from ;
the minimum rates for
of Allen, James Hall, Shark Indus
Jensen Beach and C.
trust that all of them throwing spears at mullet from Meeting
and
wishes the result of the City of Stuart '
first
I vnlt'jueerd01'yfnd1L'nadnattomey' ICC MERGER will\, be realised granting of eight building docks, and would even preventthe legal advertising for the '" I tries. Martin County East Coast
s .
,
> of crab catching devices I time since 1177, to meet risIng Taking lssue. with national 'I Lumber Company Casa Lumber
15.111' use
"Faithfully yours permits with a valuation of $ I .
nator Evans Crary II'...ttendthe "Philip Barry" for the week ending Monday from docks They asked that the costs at publishingThe news services, the press and Commentators Company and two by the city

current session of thee FOR RAILWAYS J L. Taylor of Electrical Service bill be restricted and limited new rate law, which took who "shade the news i, of Stuart. Web Ordways wrecker

Legislature. Crary la exW and Repair Is furnishing the Largest permit granted was to :definitely to goggle-divers under effect May 12 Increases th.chare for some unknown reasonor also was In considerable use

back forh.. board'ipft electrical wiring necessary for, D. L. Williams owner of The piers or near Jetties: wheresportsmen for publishing the first I boldly warn of a war with Russia I Particular emphasis was laid
ting official notice from St to 70 on the success of the drive in
( 11 are fishing Jack Bell. Miami Herald columnist
: the play, It was."nouaced.MEMORIAL, Stuart Drug Company, for $5,000
o by Fred L. Hallo Community Thought for remodeling his present business The other was House Bill 777 cents a square Inch, and for discounted the war propaganda the negro section where nearlY'

unused buildings now Settled After INu'l Building which would make It Illegal for subsequent Insertions of the In an to 100-per cent cooperation was reported -
site in the Feroe r'a j
uated at Witham Field to be- Last, Year R RITES Williams' plans, Ihclude' removal any angler to keep more than Same advertisement, from 21 'I Stuart Kiwanis l and Drive leaders estimatedthe

1111 additions to the club house of the center partition between one sailfish In a days fishing\ to 41 cents a square Inch. No Friday at the Woman Club.I I white section cleanup, which

the Martin County dolt and Martin County Joined other I the two sections: of his or for sailfish to be sold In any other' charges In the legal The speaker was Introduced as' was good although not up Iff( expectations

Miry! Club was tabled pending Florida East'Coast: communities PLANNED BY ,tore, construction of a new form, and restricting the possession rate law were. made. Florida' Ernie Pyle" by Edwin was only about one-

e commission'! review of the today In voicing surprise\ over ARE modem front on his building In of any sailfish by a taxlderConimted .' House and Senate committees A. Menninger 'who briefly outlined -i third as effective as In the negro'
tidings Hall has the sudden and unexpected Interstate told that Costs of area where Intensive work was
in mind. (Continued On Page/ Eight/ ) ( On Page/ Eight' ) were s-battlefrant' experiences '
--- Commerce Commission everything going Into the in World Wan I and a carried on all day keeping five

ruling made, public Wednesday STUART LEGION printing of a newspaper have of the trucks busy almost. continuously -

approving merger of the Florida Bill To' Kill Gades Drainage gone op from SO to ISO percent The war'that correspondent he does know emphasized the1 .
oreshad with the Atlantic -
wing East Coast Railway "- since 1940 Many week City Commlsioner Bob Baker
-- world
to the
I Coast Line lies were facing the future answers present-day as spokesman for his, board
The commission unexpectedly Harold Johns Post of, the Awaits House ActionThe fact thai newsprint paper problems and that world leaders, thanked the people of Stuart
will .conduct District
American Legion In for:
history
have precedent
Coming Events refereed Itself on a prior ruling Services at Stuart could not be had at any cost no for their efforts to' make the
Memorial Day International riddles
which, approved an examiner .!4 last winter and only recently ,: solving the drive a success and this city a
.
Service Club at 10:30: a m Friday lead
-t recommendation. for Independent -" May 30. with Chaplain O House Bill $60 designed toabolish bill Introduced by Representative have they.been able to reclaim which perplex But Government, after expressingthe j better place In which to live. He''
A ers today
group of the F B:. C. pointed out this must be
of Stuart "business operation H. Jr scrap!' white paper te only
,
and Commander Harris board ot commissioners Joseph Peeples. has
left' L Meyers the opinion that Russia no i
plan testimonywas
an ambitious ocean after overwhelming ease this situation. CongressIs (Continued On Page Ei ht)
'leh development, and are Introduced at a hearing In Lowery,Jr, In charge Special of the Everglades Drain of Glades County, has stirred up. proposing I* Increase second desire for another war, he outlined I
'
'K7 surveying a"cottage West Palm Beach Indicating that music School will be furnished Band by Stuart. age Dlst.rle'and delegate Its authority '- a storm of protest In.the counties '. class. mailing costs, by which his reasons for such a conclusion I THE WtATHER
High with analysis
on Jensen Beach the East Coast wanted controlof officer to the At'1 boards of most vitally affected j with meet newspapers distribute beginning an
.
I I 1U railway to remain In Florida 'Ralph Hartman 8r..l8t'"flce carrier of 'the type of "'lid,' crazy .... IN is.:. ..... : :l-
0-0 opponent declaring It would outside their area.The M "P-W br
decoration \involved
toU> Fort Ve'roare will supervise ,floral County Commissioners fighting men In the Russian I." ...... U.< a. Woother Obaftm. .
PIerce rate Increases
'** and of grave of veterans, still 'was ,awaiting approval today erase the agricultural Industry new received Arm)'" and continued with present city H.II. stub t. %,

,' "Precision making Build.,strong...." nwssjwif bids. The! 11-man favored commission the merger with apparently and the making of the wreaths by the State House of Representatives. from the Everglades and In so than twe-thlrds the support.f both.f housesof more economics conditions of <:'-:1::':" ::::':,
will millions Invested -
I 20 pf
for the past yean- doing wipsout
' : which I announced the A, Low-
Blanche ::2.
<*rro: Mahaffle, one of the be handled by Mr* The bill was reported out favorably the losses suffered by the Versailles II .
.
locate In MarLBounty wreath will be' placed The counties Included In the :: It "J: anat
'4 said that he was I re, A by the House Committee Treaty and to Include In
-but dissenters,
'I equipment Is three the, grave of the nknown Sail on Drainage and Water Conservation district wholly or partially ...reWarUII. AEROVrrg' PLANK the reparations a command of ..., II is
'Jj onto rolling toward the Ool- Joined In:hnOI-;: part by out I or" at Fern Hill and another tart Thursday, by a St. Lucle. Collier. Lee, DAMAGED TUESDAY seaports < ..., n. n.s..
site,The News under- others pointed Plans for the Inclusion ot an n-
a'---
Pressthat will be a.aInto.. the at Lucia M vote. A veto of the bill by Monroe Palm Beach HendryOkeechobee with the feeling
tothe Associated "I can t
agree
... according I at the municipal pier. Tape will the Governor ts predicted should Dade Browsed and I airplane In the cleanup paradebore *
\ he said .
serf- America ,
"the views of persons in today ,
I be sounded by ,Jim. Kennedy it pas both house of the Lgllature *- Glades, but County Commissions I Tuesday afternoon werecanceled THE TIDES
railroad person de "that- Russia Is trying to rule
CORRECTION ed by the I in several have voiced sentiment as the result of a,111110"hap !
bugler.Churches I
!IiAdVIrtently ,we erroneously pendent on It. for a livelihood post to the chosen Aeronca owned the world. The Russian Government -
) and civic orianUattons The district M supported W'a against the ,district because of i
POrted last week that MrI. and those who. OWlla securities have been Invited to Join ad.valorem having to the taxes without by AeroveU Ine Veteran airman has enough sense and ;.: -- .
mllt pay .
twin half
assessment a Bill
alph ShAtan' disregarded by this / shrewdness to know that such mt k>w Not for SI L M lnWi
had)lolned the art largely the service which Is public.\ Driving benefit Clyde Pruitt In attemptingto ; toy -k It U.4.r4 Umf.Ttf
tax any w mitni '
aft f In tax and an acreage '
01 Stuart (for ft, merger) and a thing Is Impossible" be? ad- ; >:l b-T II ml :
Dne. \taste* of order < land the craft in an easterly -"I l add I *

''IIItel'' Store. In the port offie there 1 is likely: to be prolongedlitigation" comment lo make Wednesday as value assessed received la axmes< from according the, land. This strongly feeling In Monroe reported, therefrom.:1/:1: direction on East: 4th St."aBout ded. "What Russia doe southward want' MM lot .low.f..,, klik. *>4 I ton II .hraWMv >
Governments *
1s friendly
N. t. w.
temporarily
'QdL
f' was
morning
t Tuesday ;
Martin CoutAy-g la the tax Lucia: ,' Martin and : .... .
abare .
ltd Bail trustee of ilia'Alfrod to : to the Black Sea and a a.lI. 4-1L PA.No
the
SblriO1:4 \ blinded by morningsun
: in LeeCounty
: ''j"OLINm duPont Estate, ha led the battle :: bust- receipts by U* dAWct last yearnre ties and. moderately so: i as he descended, the plane chance: at world trade which shehas II 111114. I' 211 a...
= Independent operation of ness leader who took positive WOTM on the ad valorem been denied since the Western 14 lids .*. 1M'
; '. taut Md ..".... on the aere- %Proponent for the board's took e bad hop and one wing Mwtt ..,,1. .",- ...1
st ; byFlortdal action on behalf of w Independent controlled the DardaneW
opposition blot ha -
against tilU.I
the road entire struck light pole causing considerable Mull111 IKI l>41
, believe the
:: nnanlmoM In Me tax. It. WM "reperted toy abolition also III! 11 lilt
: senior Senator Claude r B. C were to the .craft the Sues and the Will, II } : :
district could I damage ._ 11 IIIIb
beaded debt ot the u II t l
C.SMtliter.
:.1 Pepper, This I Ia victory. ; for expressing "faltap to I under }Oeunty Tax OoUeetor IiINUJ. :- < Six No was Injured. terranean. he concluded. ... It ..., 14 2 .., '.U",'
Conttttuod On :)
( page i ont
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PAG? TWO THE STUART NEWS STtART, Martin County FLORIDA THURSDAY! MAt 12, 1t4' .




It ii\j'l\ I SPORTS EVENTS IN I STUART AND MARTIN. COUNTY







I ;.: i t a / Sailfishers Clip Clewiston 15-2 Hold League Lead Tii i






I li'fljJ';; J Vero Beach Cops. IRC Track JESSE ARNOLD 'I Sailfishers Golf Club Memberships Total Of BILL ATHLETIC Tallahassee promoter TO CREATE BOARD Joined May 22 withofv Win HIT. ..A.,


[ 44 Ladies Invited WednesdaysEvery of the American Legion !

{ MS PITCHES' Raise Batting, ; abled American Veterans aD4

IU d Crown Stuart Girls Win 1st to oppose the Florid j!

i ; I MarksThe l!: Wednesday Is Ladles Hall Phil Pence Dr. Walter Chamber of Commerce bu

i TEAM TO WIN Fielding Day at the Martin County Golf F. Davey, A. C. Courson, C B. creation; of State hltUc..
and Country Club It was emphasized Arbogast. J. M. Law: Jr. A. 'O mission to regulate
r Favored Vero Beach high School" all-uronmi strength IRC REDUCED SalUlsher i vicious this week by Mrs L. A. I Kanner, M O Llttman, Verb wrestling boxing?
Stuart i
I proved too much for five'viMitinJl iimiprtitora as the 1
>r up-I ;; Arbogast octal chairman who Dugan, R B McPherson, Carl
I Play I Return 17-hlt I attack Clewlston Sun
Sugarmen Chlsholm
.
Staters copped the 1947 Indian/ River (inference( outdoor : I II urged all who are interested to, L. Bess Mathereon, John J Q. McDonald:.
I track and field meet on the Vero! 1'i..ItIIII..t' I Friday Game Here Sunday i day boosted teami battingmark come out for either a few rounds 'W kmT..JT: Oughteraon, Mosley George Keith,t II t,
back \to. 301 and
TEAMSVero At 3 a hefty I Web
TO'6 6
Ordway
-- Jack
But Vero dldnt win. all the I FADING. SCORERS the team near.perfect fielding" of golf or bridge or perhaps I D. 8 Hudson L A. Arbogast, Charles Rue Colemtt

:, honors Although it predominated :JimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiuiiiimiiiiiiiniiiiiEAST l I I l I raised that mark to .(18. the both. Luncheon la served at the I William King Drew King Bern- ----- .
in the all-event score \totals. I lljrilm Okerihobee .Itdebruwsky 1 club house I ard Coker, George W. Parks Jr..
the last five
It's been In
and among the boys, for whichit Melbourne 11 Beach Withdraw Fri. COAST GLADES LEAGUE i highest, Club President Fred L. Hall Russell F, Wiley, 8 W Traylor, III E! cen ,AcU a.

it won a trophy in each' caw. (alhoun, Vrro Beach 9 day; New Loop Officer STUART ,w 4 t I .Pel.KITPommiul cat' games Horace "Mule" Arnold veteran has released the clubi member- W, N Cramer, H M: Godfrey: FLEE tm at Sun
among the girls it was another Allman Stuart I Elected I Ulcers/ Ind.i.n.Jtloulug .
I 1 HIT collected ship roster which totaled 44 Angelo Tslmas/ A A. Chappelka
story\. Stuart with strength IDneconds Henderson. Vero Beach I f.tiokr. .S S .IIIM t 8allllsher "Catcher. Saturday The members E. W. Dutton, A. P. Krueger Col.I ,'G... Hmftbun, 110INt. &
through
.
!
rrim Field 4. 171I I two hits Sunday to give
and thirds beat out a Wri t Okerrhobee SBiikc The Indian River Conferencewas 'k..I...... .1' .... I" more for the Include: Maurice Day I ...., *. I tnt lunpliotLDtind .
I stubborn Melbourne outfit to Stuart .IVt officially reduced to .Ix I.lie Worth t t .t.4b 4 him an even .500 average Edith M. Burt, O a Smith 'H.H II'H ImertMlnn pmphii"
>.lh.> <.l..di I' IIT 41 ttMornUni team seven games His closest -_- I
: take the top honors In this]' King Veto Heath 1Okewbobtr school the withdrawal of
upon Brick .1 I 141 a contenders Bit Bebee 1 1willi Mosley, K. D. Hunter Anna 'STUART DRUG COM
pitcher
1 1'I are _. .
division wtlh Mildren Allman 1 virtually stole the Vero Beach at a, meeting of conference
LAST aUNDAV"t RESULTS Arnold with .345
who scored 8 points showing the !,, show in the boy division With coaches at Vero Beach 450, Jesse INTEREST HIGH j
and Elmer Graham with. .308. I
STUART II cl..laa. tHill.
Way Ito nine-limn team It snatched High School Friday\ afternoon. ''We Sell the 'Wo
I 1 <,kuV, II. Like Worth IP The averages: .Best"1 Service the SeeTHE -
ALL EVENTS I six flists i 111 the Crack and Held.vtnU Remaining In the conferenceare ..II... *. Morrlion MeM 1.rlHonMwb BATTING ,

Vrre Beach C9Okeechobre' <. < with husky Elphla Harden Stuart, Titusvllle Cocoa II.. .. .fNyT .hokre I.ArS U .AB R H KBl kit IN LEGION BALL 'BUSINESS BUILT ON

'I 47>i winning two firsts!, a second anda Melbourne Okeechobee and Eau SUND C.AMF1Iklur. H.ill.ArK.M '4 : 114 1 a : :.a5.54S4,4,5.c

Melbourne. 31 Mi third! fur 15 points high for Oallle Vero. football and track ..1. .. a..kr ....to. : : I : :.14e
BrhF S ( 4MJ interest In the SERVICEBARTLETT
Shlart. Z B (he duy Howl ver. Vero greater champions of the loop this year *t H1UAKTP Considerable
I T,.. .. Morrlion Arnold ,l l I l .n 1 fie
< o KI.W for
Fax Gallic 10 united' 4 S t 1 1 J.. American Legion plans a .
manpower enublKf It to more and co-champs of basketball 10,., ... rk.eY rt ra......
.... .
Cocoa ... _. 1 I e. t. I I J> lunlor baseball program in Mar
than make this difference enter the Gulf- '
up\ withdrew to ,IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIlIlIItill ,454 .505
1111I111: := 1 : : I ta evident
BOYS: TRACK AND FIELD: with five wounds and as many stream Conference It was artt. 7 IIS 1. .555 tin County this summer 'ROS.

Vrra Beach .. 47Okeechobee thirds to tout Okeerhobee flounced by Head Coach W L Jesse Arnold brilliant pitching 851 still, ':: in II t I *I 2 :Ala I7K in the elementary and high

48 by 7 points Wasson and potent bat sparked the will' :_ : 1p t 4 e IHtS schools here as the school signup jb INTEGRITY
: RELIABILITY
I I S for play reached the halfway
Melbourne ,. 11 Stuart Sailfishers to their sixth
Martin County High School Them aI .te4H.sk
Five of the tremalnlng IRC) 'Nat
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Eau Gallic JO with 15 meld on the field HnlshIIIK members will play football this victory \of the East Coast Olades / :.111Arsour mark yesterday noon 317 Otceola Ave. Phone Stuart 20!
4' 1 I .111 '
...... Registration 1 ta being conducted
.
!Stuart S League season Sunday as they ,
up the ta'luiul s first year of fall with Eau Oallle abstaining 0.vrne 4 I 0 5 1 .50
(utoa, ._ 1 track found Itself sadly outclassed but all six will compete In bas I walloped Clewlston on Its home TRAM 7 PITCHING 574 55 0"0 .ee1. by Coach Charles Kindred I _-- "'------ -
for all boys born after Jan 1,
GIRLS by more experienced competitors ketball, track, baseball andswimming. field 15-2 before a sun-baked I 1W .L TO W ERA i
'crowd of several hundred 5,5.e I 4 4 II II ITT 1930 and the coach reported
21 I avid
Stuart and could gain only three Schedules for football -!] .
J Arnold I I I II I l IS* nearly 30 sighed u pfosra
Melbourne 17" fourth although it entered every are nearly completed but. fan tOh.u I. i 4 s ..1s1.hn. VICTORY BARIS
I .... I I I t I 171 nearly 30 signed up so far with
Vera Beach 16Okeerhobee !I event Ted Bishop edged out cards for the other sports will i, The triumph kept the Jaycee +I two or three times that number
t't' four oppnm'.nts I 10 take a fourth not be started before fall. The 'Sailfishers locked with Pompanofor

Cocoa .. .. IFau In the broad jump Paul Mlspel list of events for the 1MB IRC the league lead a* the down- outcome. 1 expected before the' end of the WHERE YOU >CAN GET A

I Gallic I I and Harris Wall went out together track meet, for which Stuart 111'''Staters edged out Morrison Field In kdditlon the Stuart hurler.I week. TASTY REFRESHING GLASS

t BOYS ADDED EVENTS with the high Jump bar at S ft. expected to be host will be drawn with the aid of seven Skymaster who went the route for the first I Further details pn the number ,

\ Ver Beach 12 1 In to earn a tie for fourth at the next meeting of the errors Sunday 1-7 The two lme; this year clubbed four base of team and sponsors and OF

\' Stuart' 4 Bishop and Willard Wells in at Melbourne' Sept. S. conches |]leaders upped their lead on third hits Including a triple and three j I plan for play will be to available J.
next T F.
l Melbourne 3 the 100-yd dash heats and Wells New officers for the coaches 1 place Pahokee to two game as singles with which he batted In week according BLUE RIBBON BEERON

I ''I} Eau Gallic .. ... 2 I and Emerson Kramer In the 210- association were elected. They 'the Beanplckera were upset byImproved 1 three runs and scored three,Only' Kennedy chairman of the of Legion ,'

;, Okeechobee 1 yd dash heats\ all found the pace Include J. V. Revels Cocoa prin- Boynton Beach, 'and Shlpes who scored four time I committee in charge the DRAUGHT

....Cocoa .. ....._. '_ I too hot and were eliminated from clpal president; ErwIn F: John- heightened the Importance of I outshone him In the latter c I program '

the hauls In each event Four wick Stuart principal; vice-presl-1] the Impending StuartPompanoclashes gory OLYMPICS FOR INDIA THE MARINE ROOM

1 Stuart entries finished out of dent and George McClelland June 15 and 22 I Arnold single with the .te.1, ;Mew Delhi May 23-- : "

REBUILD and CONVERT the points as clone fifths: the Cocoa coach, secretary-treasur-1 Next Sunday the SalUlshers' path filled broke the Ice in The Maharaja of Patiala, president i IS THE PLACE TO
2nd Inning a* Harris Lowery 1
DUO yd relay team Rudolph er Melbourne Coach Rick Oilles- return home to their\ East 5th
of the! Indian Olympic Association
i
j I ; YOUR OLD MATTRESS 'Krueger in the 440-yd. dash pie retiring treasurer reported i 8t diamond for a return tilt Helsleysklpped, ( home with I will ask that the 1952 ENJOY A COOL REFRESHING DRINK:
in the shot In the IRC and the game's first run. and I
Roger Ross whichhe $80 27 treasury with Clewlston with the firm assurance
"' games be held In India It wll.l1 ON WARM EVENINGS. .BRING YOUR'FRIENDSAND
with I put 33 ft 11 In and Wall In official IRC wInners for the year' that the Hendry County 'ChinkStiller1* Infield out a
the discus which he threw 87 were proclaimed In addition tot'outfit I ta potentially far from as minute later scored Shlpes with announced today. The games i ENJOY YOUR FAVORITE DRINK:,

: \ : INNERSPRINGSCALL I ft Vero these were Stuart In poor as It looked last, Sunday. the third run of the frame u never .have been held In the i
Orient.ruon
I Bob Green In the 880-yd. ming Cocoa 1n baseball Consequently Sunday game assumes Stuart moved ahead 1-0' Two I VICTORYBAR t tI
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1 1 710t" SWim-I singles and made It I
run Arthur Henry In the broad Melbourne co-champs an aura of Importance an error 4-o I
I .
'rt 4 I I
in the 4th
and successive
stanza
jump. Wall In the shot. Hard- ball with Clewiston. certain to makea A..0 4 I I T S

We WillCall ,which In the discus Alonzo Smith Suggestions were made comeback In an effort to square singles by Shlpes, Arnold and |, 5.W.tm.....d.Io'ij; ,Ib .I I S I S S .SI :1r.pe5u i AND MARINE ROOM
''III the 440-Yd. run and Jack large the IRC from six to eight accounts. Game time Is S p m. Stiller plus a passed ball and a ,

tot jour mattress I Thompson In the mile all were I members by extending invitations After a shaky lat Inning Arnold double steal brought the, count :P i i i i i Package Good

1 : far down the list to Klsslmmee and St cloud held the home forces nltless 107-0 In the 5th By that time : 41fi1 II II
usable
Reprocess filling Clewlston\. which bogged Itself .--Rotted to w.O'4 b 5,5 ,
although It was explained neither until the 5th Inning retiring 12 '
I The two shorter dashes '
Completely rebuild fourmattress the thrills of the provided '' could enter before Jan 1. batters In succession and not down all afternoon with 10 errors II :TU-N:: isln..f' ''ti. 114 ell.n -
top day
the lul- Attending this meeting were until the 8th frame' did the in the Infield, had more or C'LE wINTON ., 'HOI tsun.
supplying as Bull' Henderson of Vero and h : :J: A Or'IIt.i| I'
1 lowing new materials; Vernon Wright of Okeechobee 1'I Johnwlck and Coach Charles Clewlston boosters get a chanceto less conceded the affair I. Hunch Hel.. "hi.... I.,..... H.
: i Kindred of Stuart, Chinn and cheer. At that point Frank i The box score: A"II'.h' / -I. Hill hamid rumSliwrt -. '
Innerspring unit dueled continuously. Henderson I. Ckwliton I. Left on ......
Wasson of Vero Beach McClel- Harbens single and Arnolds STUADTAS 1'1.1 It CkwUhm. S, UolF. kne _
*
to win
oubped Wright by a yard
1t Burlap and land Olllesple Coach Ed StartIng only two walks loaded the bases .. > ass. PO A R. Onbeo .. I... Blllk' I, Muiliu, THE 'BLUE GOOSE
Orhm
Sisal the 100 yd. dash after each had 1 I t 1 I Tw. b .. kit! H.li::: 1. Bnnl.br. Thra: ,
insulating pad won a preliminary heat but of Okeechobee and J. H with two out and Coburn Moore I Muirh,,.,. Ik I I t I I 5.s b.u hllJ. Arnold Rln..k..t b, 4.
tb 1
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; Layers at felt Writ(ht's Dramatic lunge 10 yds McDIvItt representing Coach line single to right brought InClewlston H I I t'II Ar...uW M 11,..b..11..11 V.uitkn t...Arnold k. Kokmn IH.
from' the tape emililnj Jilm to March of Eau Oallle 's only run*. Lo H : rv; ,I .I | I 0 V.uikn 4. off 5....". I. Hit br .I MekVr. all 3 Mile North of Stuart Fed.: Highway 1
Button '
tufts > I I 0 5 t IHhhtri ,
----- --- -k> I Arnold t ( a UM end
!I Arnold limited Clewlston's\ Ib I 4 t 0 SJ. : ::r'
I brat out Henderson in the 210- The results: I hll.-otr V.u.hn 11 In I /IB.nlnrl .
.
I A..1d p I S 4 S .. .. i
heavy hitting lineup to < In
seven nn Nil off ( k rl I
I yj run. SOPS, TRACK AND FIELD still, IV .1. .h.t... PUKE
1 ACA covering and 1 In 4 Wild .II.h-- ?l ShunS ... A :
,. COOL
hits rf DINE
and fanned dozen Including
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a OIffl.I TO
Mlk 111 Vnra

1 Handles far turning i I Seventy In the-three meet boys Vero were had entered 24.1 i I Ind Ver.. Hirehlll Bnx-fc run-, sib 1I.lh.Ml.r.1.Men.,...*,atwr'Ttse M. Braeh Kin...! shortstop Ed Ward each ef N Ut s'SH'I i I n i I i i !; :! ::iIi r-j.Vu::..,hn; .ll-llmplm-H-k.>' Arnold H Arnold._ W.'Loeinf..1..;..kr. pllrkor Yr.A.nnt..

the four times he
Hand rolled edge a s/n./ ill came to bat. .nd NXL Tlm_I.
It.
enrolled. Stuart Melbourne
19 .
I .. .. 11
440 yd duk lit, Ha, Oklrh w I7 S t
An hit batsman
AttractiveSUMMER
I .., .. error, a and a ..HeltrJ Ion I
14. Okeechobee t. Eau Gallic hoe: "4. Cokwea Vwo ht Ind Arson r In mil .
Completely rebuilt Hewitt. Melbourne. passed ball created Clewlston It- Utte*: 1.
a
4th Bennet'E. u ( or 1.5 Ilk
and Cocoa S. Titusvllle, due to' ..... : ,
G.lh. Tl. i Bill4 for Sillier ? tlb
a I mattress will be a conflicting activity did notVero I I ..0 ri. ..,y-I..e _hobl 'Ra.I treat In the 1st Inning but a n '
I I >non SeMt. Hiroen, Wrliihtllb strikeout snuffed that and the CLE W L TON fjLI1CICftA MENUS
returned within I i enter .rne; Ird. V.ro BMck uid lleruw A8 a H PO A I
1' I I CilH.j tl Tim I in. ... Sugarmen never came back except Wad Sr.nn. ,
Principal W C. Chlnn miI 1r. 1
y I Uta... Scot, Herden. Wrlrhl: 104 In the 8th by which time :: ,: : : : : R L
48 Hours who presented the trophies and 1I.h., ....., IrdM Yen .Bmrk .iul. E w x 5,05 II." .4 1 I 1 I
riutxmn at the! days close was (..lite, II. Time....I mix. 44,I .... the score was so lopsided no I 555,05 of. .1 I 0r..l. -T SANDWICHES .'* 'ICE COLD BEER
tlt ... Ih .
UUeue- tf..40. OkerchobM. Im Clewlston rally could have made 1 1 I .
TOTAL COST ONLY referee!. H. L. Wasson of Vero Carl.w.rJ v... Bnrk' ..... Ill... Yen J..hoa" I. . .
( Y( wan finish\ Judge J, A. Thompsonwas III Bntekl II,. 4.h. soak Core*. III.i ....*-- any dlffernce In the eventual .........', Ir ia I 1 ,Supreme Silt/ WE SPECIALIZEIn,

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lAST OF ISLAND COLONY : ..Mr. Robert' E. Belknap left I CHOSEN QUEEN COUNTY SPELLING the birth of a '-lb. son Thurs Mrs Jack Saunderson, president; Pendersen, Mrs. Fred Pedersen, Davis' Jesse' and Oeorftr-Qulgley--- :; "

LEAVE: FOR SUMMER HOMESAll '' the.same day for her home In .. ,CHAMPIONS LOSE I day. Raymond Is the ton of Mr. I,Mrs. Harvey Shelton, secretary; I Jackie Thompson Mr. and Mrs.! Mrs! ? J. Slotted and daughter,

remaining winter re.tdenta' Massachusetts and'Mrs: Martyn I and Mrs. jr. P. Wllbar of Salerno. Mrs. Harvey Homlar, vice-presi' Ralph Merritt, Atlee Baldwin. Jo' l1n1'and Caiwle MuCVtlldredAIlmaiUAnd : IR f" :, 1I' I
of the Jupiter Wand colony at i Glynn went to her New York Tyra Sweeney, 15-year-old 8th, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simmonsof dent, and Mrs. W. D. Blanton Betty Jacobs, Mrs. W. E. Blanton .. Evelyn, Donald and t tOoritap '

Hot Sound left! this week formmm'er home near Albany for a few. day .. grader of LaBelle Junior High I Canal Point were the week- treasurer A corsage of white and daughter Betty Jo, Charles l Perry. *, I a 1 I.

home In the North.I before going on to Coacob, Mas*. ./1 School of was the declared 7th annual the champion South, end parents guests Mr.of and Mrs.Mrs.Simmons'O. H. officer gardenias followed.. presented by a song each,:I J..JI ..- .. -- --'. J
Mitchell for the
James Brady : summer
den. :
BrlC. JohnsonMr "America the Beautiful. Mrs.
U for 10-day stay Mr*. Averlll\ Harriman left! Florida spelling bee finals In -
left May I .
: Flora school
Stanley, nurse
Smith ,
tJ' and Mrs. Eddie of
York before goingon Tuesday for Tuxedo Park, N. Y. r-<; Miami dll ,
,
lh !New Saturday night Sponsored Lone Island are here visiting made a talk on what we've accomplished -, STAR
for the QRA'S"
\ to Canada. ----. -summer-waaon.- I by the Miami Herald, Tyra Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and this school year and I VALVE
will leave Sunday for an al1- x- Mrs. C. C. Jacobs. plans for the next term. Leon
pense-paid week's trip to Wash- Mr. and Mrs. John D. Steven Jones of Stuart sang "A Green

GIFTS ington where the national finals O.son D.and Quigley daughter Mr.,Kathleen and Mrs. George Mrs. Bread Eyed ,Dragon"" with Mrs.and Coutant"Shortenln1 at the i! Style Shop

will be held next Thursday, Brownlee and children, piano ', .
,, The winner and runnerup In Penny and Freddie, and Mrs. Young people of the YPCA of
rtI. ,; t 3l the Martin County finals here Jesse Griffin of Hobe Sound enjoyed I the Methodist church met lor a i OFFFRS YOU
of f:,rr I April 24 were among the 28 contestants a picnic Thursday on Hobe i welner roast and games party ij
Friday night at th -home of Mrs.
who vied with Tyra for Sound beach.
Jewelry the title. Bobby McCullough of Mrs Mary: Chandler was hostess W. L. Merrltt. Enjoying the part' I' STAR y'AI.lJf.5DRE'S'SES
; Hobe Sound, county, champion. at a card party at her home: were: Marcia McPherson, Jane V
LILLIAN
BUZBEE was eliminated In the first round Tuesday.Guests were Mrs EmmaB. I Baldwin Toley Engebretsen jr., F : ,
THE GRADUATESGive Mist Busbee of the Gamma'I when he fell on "transferring", Smith of Salerno, Mrs. M. B'I, Henry: Crane,. Alfred and Joe'
FOR Delta chapter was selected 1947 but he won an Impromptu $5 Vorts of Jensen Beach and Mrs,1 -. ,

them the finest from the store where Queen at the Cypress Gardens prize put up by the Judges for a Chafes Conrad of Salerno I WELL KNOWN MAN FELT '
consolation award. Joan Shores High score was won by I LIKE '
Briscoe SWOLLEN BALLOON
,
quality means everything from a field of 21 entries dues,
Stuart 8th grader, was eliminated Mrs. Conrad. Refreshment were FULL OF STOMACH GAS
lag the Beta Sigma Phi contention by spelling "sergeant" asIt served after the g'ames. I Recently, a well known man (SIZES 9 TO 52))
at Winter Haven sounded: "sergeant." Mr. and Mrs. M. Farina of stated that he used to feel likea
C. & E. Walker Jewelers New Hyde Park L. I., were guests swollen balloon after every Bathing Suits Play Wear i '

PRESBYTERIANS PLAN "HOLIDAY CAST TO BE of Mr and Mrs. Charles Conradof meal. He would bloat full of gas
247 OiceoU AT*. Stuart, Fla.. PENTECOST SERVICE FETED FRIDAY MID-NIGHT Salerno Shores. Monday they and spit up acidulous liquids for Blouses Skirts
left for a trip to Cuba. hours after eating. Was terribly 1 +
"New Life In the Presbyterian A mid-night supper at the Mrs W. N. Wilkes of Miami constipated. This man Is one of Slacks Shorts
Church USA" will be the theme Lighthouse will be given follow- Miss Ann Whittle of West Palm the hundreds In this vicinity who

for an 11 a. m. pentecost service ing Friday evening's performance Beach Mrs. S. E. Lane of Stuart pow praise INNER-AID. H*> HOUSE COATS ii
VENETIAN BLINDS 'of the church.Sunda, at of "Holiday" by the Little and Mrs Walter Bohannan of states he was amazed at the
the Woman's Club. Theater' Group at the high Titusville enjoyed a reunion at results when he took this medicine ; HANDBAGSVALUES
A high
,
percentage
school. Members of the ,
cast,
their Mrs.
the home of mother. Now he eats what he wants
BUT DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERON In membership attend- : their wives, husbands and escorts Martha-Whittle, last week. All I without gas or bloating and TO $35.00
CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS ance Is anticipated.The and all who>> actively par- of Mrs. Whittle's children were I bowels are regular for the first Now $2.95 to $25.00 + I

Our T<* 0-1'' CUSTOM BUILT Our se-d. Quality Rev. Charles A. Cartel ticipated In the first productionof home again except John who Is time In years. He feels like a (Plus Tax)
TRASO TO FIT POGO church pastor, will speak on the new organization are In- In the Merchant Marine In New new man.
VENETIAN BLINDS YOUR WINDOW VENETIAN BLINDS Life Is Always New" and short vited. Orleans. INNER-AID contains 12 Great JEWELRY
talks will be given by W. C. Mrs. Richard Ashley and Mrs. Mrs. Orlo Carson and children Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear ,
CALL 225' Armor. Jr, "The Eternal Urgency William Matherson are In chargeof Patricia, Kenneth and Lynwood I gas from stomach, act on slug VALUES TO $20.00'Now
LET ONE OP OUR REPRESENTATIVES of the Gospel"; Mrs. C M. arrangements. Although the of Naples, returned home Sun gish liver and kidneys. Miser- % Price
MEASURE YOUR WINDOWS AND TELL YOU JUST Walker, "The Plan of the New Lighthouse dining room Is closed day after a three-week visit here able people soon feel different (-Plus Tax)
.HOW. EASY IT IS'TO OWN QUALITY TRASO BLINDS. Life Movement.1' and H.B. Kraft, for the summer,, Jerry: Smith, with Mn. Carson's parents, Mr. all over. So dont go on suffering!
"Prepara lon for the New Life owner, has turned facilities of and Mrs. W. M. Marr. Mr. Carson Get INNER-AID. Sold by all 243 OSCEOLA AVE.
SEE HOW STATELY: Movement." the building,over to the group. motored over Sunday after them. drug stores. ,
Jack Saunderson, president i _._-
Mrs. --- ------
PreSer172 Any room attains new restrained I AUXILIARY MEETS MONDAYThe TB. GROUP MEETS TONIGHTThe i opened the P-T A. meet-

ijour richness, dignity, Womant Auxiliary: of Martin County TB end Ing by with two the songs flag,"Columbia salute followed the
immediately our Customized Martin 'will Health Association will meet at I
County Hospital
rni Gem of the Ocean" and "The THE WELL TIMEDT
Venetian Blinds are In meet at 7:30: p. m. Monday at 8 o'clock tonight at the court P-T A. Song" accompanied by I'1t1I
the home. house. Miss Catherine Bane,I'
Nurses'
stalled. The decorative effects I State field worker, will be present Mrs. Edna Coutant at the piano. d

not to mention the Miss Hilda DeLoach of Valdosta to make final plans foe the Mrs. Fred Pedersen read II Kings
and the congregation
4:1: ,-8 lei,
mobile health unit to be In this
added comfort and privacy i arrived Sunday to spenda In the Lord's Prayer. After a
week with her slater Mrs. Dalton county June 12-23.: Miss Barre .
are out of all proportion short business meeting Mrs.Emma
Anderson and Mr.Andersonat arrived today Is a guest at the
to the modest Installation their home on Colorado i ie St. Lucie Hotel. and will remainto Kindred gave a report on
Are. e
Mrs. W. L. Mer-
the lunch room. t
cost. May we J do the preliminary: work and
chairman presented -
ritt,
show "you? Mr. and, Mrs. George Stuart until the unit Is through here. the program P-T A. pin to Mrs. Jack
CO. who have spent the winter at: Saunderson.Mrs. .
sp'NG Hokes Camp at Jensen Beach NEW CABANAS AT INN George Brownlee, county
TRASFORT
PIERCE'FLORIDA"PHONE are leaving this week for their i Eight cabanas around the new council president of Hobe Sound
home In Flttsfleld Mass. They swimming pool at the Sunrise Installed the following officers! :
225 P. O. BOX 1012 expect to return here Nov. 1. Inn have been completed and
_
e will be ready for use when the l ,a
Mrs. Anne M. MacDowell Is
popular winter resort at Port
leaving this week end for Yon- .
Sewall opens for the fall season.
kers, N. Y. where her addresswill

G. E. tlA,be care 110A of Mrs.Highland Harris Ave.A. Skin-Apt SHOW DATES FIXED Fl GIN "

RefrigeratorsJUST ner. She expects to' return to Ocala May 22 (FNS) Directors ? .
her riverfront home'on Palm of the Southeastern Fat t"f

RECEIVED City Rd. In November. Stock Show and Sale, Inc., at a PITTSBURGH PLASTIC ( f
meeting last week fixed March
TILE is available in
now a
2-5 Inclusive as dates for the
NOW'ON DISPLAYCOME ,SEND YOURWASHABLE 8th annual fat stock event here Variety of translucent colors Phone Us Collect,. At 103
next Members of for the walls and ceilings of Fort
A'ND. year. the Pierce. Mail Orders
IN AND THIS NEW
TODAY SEE
RUGS bathrooms, kitchens, recreation
: board also approved the dates X Will Receive Prompt At.II .
COMPACT REFRIGERATORGIVES Oct. 22-24 -Inclusive for the 9th rooms, beauty parlors, \ II tention.Lo.J9it .
YOU TO annual fat hog show this year. restaruants, etc. This tile is "
v
This event was established as a warm to the touch, is easily \ ".- .
MORE! MORE! MORE! >
PEOPLE'SLAUNDRY Statewide event for Junior exhibitors cleaned with damp cloth, ,

last year. cannot crack chip, peel or
STORAGE SPACE IN THE SAME FLOOR SPACE
sweat. Its durability means
THE NEW 1947: FOR A QUALITY JOB 1111I1111I11I11I1111I11I111111I11111111I11111111SALERNO years of beauty for your

At A Reasonable Price' NEWSBy home or commercial estab

General 10c Per Lb. MRS..O. D. QUIjGLEYJtiiiiuiiniiiiiiiiiiiimiiMiiiiiiiiimiiii lishment.

'G E : ( Asphalt tile in eaiy-lo-
Electric (Weighed When Dry: ) clean colors can be laid on $7150 f P
..._ Mr. and Mrs. Odell DeLoach bathroom and kitchen
Satisfaction Guaranteed Or moved In their new home Mon- your

'i REFRIGERATORS Your Money RefundedWE day, his birthday, Just one week floors. 19:1-.1: L.J;Mi.a ..
from the time .the other house Wood floors can be expertly '<:, $.- 14K do1J
PICK UP AND "
MAKERS burned. The young couple are finished.
THEY'RE: SPACE sanded and
5 DELIVER proud to be at home again. finish \
You choose the kind of
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Terry and ".
PEOPLE'S plastic, bakelite, lacquer .
children Evelyn and Gordon, shellac, varnish, lines \ M....i..r.:.;; 11. .
LAUNDRY visited Mr. and Mrs.Alton Powellof
...1 E I. Do b...
or combinations {hereof. All ,' ,
Indlantown 'V
Martin County Electric Co. Sunday. coats are buffed. \, lox..ul.u.J..
PHONE 298, Mrs. W.H.Earle and daughter- 55250 7 7foJ.s
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"
In-law. Mrs. Wallace mot-
Earle }
DEHON BLOC PHONE! Complete Laundry Service ored to Maryvllle, Tenn. to at- Rugs cleaned. Pickup and \ t
tend the delivery, service. Tacked '
college graduation of A 15"10'V -
Edith Earle yesterday.Mrs. carpets cleaned on floor. ? .at' is 3 t 1
4
Curtain who visited\:! Mr. Carpeting cut and laid. sear,.... lisp ,3 r t
and Mr. W. H. Earle for a few \;%. 4500 '
.
weeks returned to Washington Sanding and poliihing
Attention VeteransA D. C., last week machines for rent. ,' '

Mrs. Gladys Perry left Friday Sparbrite prices will meet \ {

for Mrs Lowell George., Mass.Osborne, on business.enter any competition. Featurlig'the New *i, P.J.bs1..1. r 'y

: HOME tained Sunday night with a FHA FINANCING '
MODERN ,
birthday dinner In honor of her DuraPower Mainspring' ,' ,
daughter-in-law, Mrs. George AVAILABLE, NO
FOR THE PRICE YOU CAN PAY Ofibome..Jr. Those present were 0'no.extre: tort 12.
Mrs. E.: O. Pank and Mr. and DOWN PAYMENT t =

Mrs. Harry Orr and children of NECESSARY IF SO The gifof/ th'; hour that gives I"K Is s..... ,
Price ;$8,000, to $8 500 Port Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. 3. P. distinguished service. Modern
Wllbar. Mr. and Mrs Osborne DESIRED. deilgns of timeless.. beauty..accuracy .' 9000
$50.00 and Mr. Osborne Jr. tim.d-t.-the-Mart,.. now j' ,
PAYABLE IN MONTHLY PAYMENTS OF $35.00 Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Smith an- George Keith of Martin featuring the rast proof, no*.: 1

OWN\ YOUR'M.O.D"ERN' born nounce Sunday the birth at Martin of an S-lb.County son County .Cleaners Js Spar migattk.Dura ctuslvewltk Power mainspring d.-pu.. I. /for' t""-'//lltllol on.theater'j,, j

Hospital. '- krite'a authorized repreaentative ..!_ -.e Elgin.! 1

Mr.'and Mrs. Raymond Wll in Martin County. .......,.-." ry'',
HOME bar of Arlington Mass.announce

.'. ,
CONVENIENT

, FOR.'THE ?PENT YOU PAY POND TILE & LINOLEUMNew I TERMS

DELAY At ,N* Ad SEE US WITHOUT ,.
Reduction in Tile Priced -

Construction Qt Your Home Will Start./AtOnce.THIODORE See Us At OnCe for Full Detail.

Now you can have Modern Tile FIat a More Reasonable *
Figure than any time since the War.

: ,DEHON: & SON Inlaid Linoleum and'4.plaalt .Tile' Flooring

for< Restaurants,.Homes and Stores, "

;:.THe Floors Cleaned and. Waxed
'" PHONE 81
DEMON ------------
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J 4 4h FACE ,YOUR THE STUART NEWS, STUART! Martin Countjr FLORIDA, THURSDAY MAT >22% 1917.


,i bOCK MARTIN, 63, I Irangement'* tor funeral services City of Stuart for more than 10 ROTARIANS ENJOY1NDIANTOWN --To Back Health Unit
I.. \ ( Its AT HOSPITAL I I at the Coleman Funeral Home yean a* a laborer. He resided at I FETE PTA Jones wen Drilingand: Plumbing

I I 'j. i1't \1' r+fDock Martin, 63, died unexpectedly In West. Palm Beach are Incomplete (IS Nassau was Dr Ave, Walter, Attending F Dave; physician With Mr and Mr.H. M. Sau'nders For New YearThe Quick Service W. try,to pl*... you
I Burial will be In Stuart Installs Officers
i j lit its: yesterday afternoon -I Martin, who was born In Dawson He \la survived by his widow I a* host ,at Seminole Inn .Inquire at
II I soon alter being admitted Oa. came to Stuart In 1924 Betty Martin, a stpp-daughttf,' some 75 Rotarians, ''RotaryAnna 349 W. 6th St.

I at Martin County, Hospital... Ar- and had ben employed by the Clara -Green and---a--Slater-- < and guest enjoyed the Stuart Parent-Teacher SYDNEY JONESP.
'
t 1 rise --- v ------'-- SKEET HEAD ELECTED I elvls club"* annual Ladies Night Association.voted to work for a GOVERNOR SIGNS O. Box 1048 PHONE 292 Stuart. Florid,

1 : Jacksonville May 22--Hilli- Wednesday evening with a roast county health unit here and Installed -
'lfGRADUATION borough County Commissioner''turkey supper, dancing and en- officers for the new year
at the final meeting of the SCHOOL BILL
\ Ed Beckett was elected president entertainment furnished with
of the State Skeet" Association I enjoyed In the hotel patio and school year at the Civic Center
I'' A NEVER TO BE FORGOTTEN DAY held here earlier this month. etnertalnment furnished with Tuesday night. CLARK'S' PAINT SHOPOVER
j specialty dance number by Miss Clio MaeUujhlln nurse Tallahassee May M (W)
i i..1 HAPPY DAYS PAST *, f HOPEFUL 1 Wlnona Saunders and H. M. consultant of this district, and The' long-discussed public A&P STORE ON 4TH STREETWe
Saunders, Jr Mrs Lottie Pierce representative
JiI.
I .1 school reorganization and financing are prepared to handle any type Job
] of the Florida Light and Power
l'' YEARS
CO. were presented on a health bill was law today but AUTOMOBILE PAINTINGLET
t STUART [NEED FOR MORE program presented by Mill Flora the Legislature was warned that,
I to come. .Nothing can pleasethe Mae Stanley, Martin county without new taxes the measure US MAKE THE OLD CAR LOOK LIKE NEW
I graduate more than aI slurs school nurse and Mrs Ivan Taylor of the NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL
will reduce the salaries
'I P-TA health chairman. Miss
REVENUE FOR 2
I I 1\\ \ letting rIft( in distinctly I'll i Stanley also presented high teacher who supported It Estimates Submitted Without Obligation
\ school students 'who' are now Governor Caldwell,signed the R. CLARK Proprietor
I J, ,( } Jewelry, A gift of jewelry CITED members of 'fief )home nursing $50,000,000 bill at a ceremony attended W
: will PBORAMS classes. In a demonstration of by State official, lawmakers -
with sendinfnl
it -
'f a LI
:
carry what Is taught In the course. and members of the :'- -- ,. -4
\
I \4Y ; in the future We are N'. ;;; Miss MacLaughlin stressed the Citizens' Education COmmittee.
Stl Licensing Of Pari- Importance of masi x-rays forth Many of the onlooker had spent
I offering a discount on all .oerialtuR Mutual Coin Machine' prevention of tuberculosis three yean laboring over the LOTS FOR PENSIONERS
Favored stating that from 800 to 600 measure* provisions ,
; __
GRADUATION GIFTS $50 to $200
nla4 u I II
I t Florida residents: die each year However, the ceremony was
i : I Tallahassee May 22--Senator celebration.I : Governor 1 PRIVILEGESPavement
Come in and Inspect our 10 I II of the disease and that there Hot a WATERFRONT
I A. O, McArthur of Fernandlna,I are now 10000 cases In the Caldwell repeated his previous I
gift for HER or HIM Information chairman' of the Finance andTaxation State. "As there \la no known declaration that the approximately and Sidewalk in front of every lot,
lee S i
Committee, ho served drug to kill the germ we must $20,000,000 now available for SeeOTTO *
Real Estate Insurance notice on the public that It j do preventive work to stamp out teacher salaries will have to be',
LaPOINTE'SImported must choose between new revenue this waste of life," she stated; decreased by more than a fourth
Write or see I from amusement, more 'Formerly TB was 80 per cent to meet the other obligation Imposed
taxes. on business or a general fatal because the diagnose came on the State by the bill K UBIN
JOHN E. TAYLOR sales tax If the common school too late for effective treatment unless the Legislature find new
and Costume Jewelry I Owmla Bldr. Phone IOU program and proposed Increase I she continued,"but only by x-ray revenue sources
j' In old age pension are to be can be the disease be detected In Under the measure., ,State -
VICTORY ARCADE STUART, FLA. STUART paid during the next two year, the early stages." money I 18 apportioned to counties

h____._ __ __ __,___ ._' _, _ I II I The Senate out favorably committee a bill ha reported Introduced She announced that the State according to the educational
I Board of Health mobile unit will qualification of their teachers.
I by McArthur to provide ,
b Other Include
requirement
be In
Martin County June 12-25
I $ ,o a year through four-year, college degres for
during which time residentIn
every
1 cSJJ I State licensing of parimutuelcoin the Bounty Is urged to avail county school superintendentsconsolidation A
# machines HI committee
of school district'
himself of the free x-ray service
still retains the Crary-Ray 3-
It Is absolutely painless Involvesno and nine-month school term a
e/f:7r per cent sales tax but It has red tap and takes but few The bill authorizes for the
a
:2. TO THE GRADUATE] I I drInks.killed a 10 per cent tax on soft minutes first time expenditure of State : '
fund on kindergartens, on Junior
Mrs. Pierce demonstrated the
The part-mutuel machine college grade In high schools
I use of a light meter to deter.
Called the man a Hialeah"rWOuld
"poor
Here You Will Fine Marvelous Assortment of mine the and on daises for handicappedand
a ( be licensed to pay back amount of light In*any children: II
\ spot on which It \Is placed TO exceptional
82 per eent of the money played \
I ; Distinctive Graduation Gifts Into It, under the same principles safeguard. the vision, she explained Trained forester of the Florida '
and the same State safe It la necessary to have
Service are ready to help you
J guards of the pari-mutuel race 30 cpndle light for study Some I I
Ht I i \ machines from which the State desk In the Stuart school she with your timberland problem
i ; >'
I t last year sent $98000 to each\ reported a* little a* three and at any timeTOPS, }, Yr 'I
r county The new bill requiresthe four candles because of the Inefficiency I ,
ELIZABETH ARDEN, CARA NOME UK'HARD machine to pay license to of the present lighting I '.. '
i Perfume f SetsBY t the State and to cities wherein system In some rooms The ; ,
I' k, 1IUDNUT AND YARDLbYSMANICURE located, to yield 8 per cent of .00,000 pupil In the 1300 school 'i 6
t '; the money played a* a fund divided In Florida today could have ade
SETS LUCITE I between the teacher salary quate lighting for an estimatedone
I !' B fund and the old age retire- cent per day per child which
ment. I Is far less than the cause of
:' } j REVLONWaterman's COMB and. BRUSH SETS Cities would split $1000000 a glasses required because ot eyestrain -I S
I t't year,and the) general fund would I
''I Mini KitsCOSMETIC get IUOOOO from the $2,500 Following Tuesday afternoon' (1 J r
I \ ""I: and Sheaffer license for each operator. Senator visit of a State health official at 1
.
I McArthur estimated the the county commission meeting I
.g" f Pen & Pencil Sets 1 GIFTS I I machines would yield $15,000,000a H. B. Kraft volunteered a report,
!; \1' Stratonter Set year from the ( per cent col- on the doctors proposal of the FOR
l lected from the boxes on each establishment of a county health HOME CANNING
': machine, sealed by the State and unit here, He urged the P-TA to' ZINC CAPS! '

., :\ ,J Watches, Remington Electric Razor, Bill Folds, Kiniten Pipe, Pocket Knives opened only by State Inspector take. action on the project. The S for' ml I awe M Mil Sod. toM ...
6 ,; and Many Other Item For Your Selection.m The remainder of the money, president Mrs. Oarland Eden-: pe.MNq ea. bees olds ......... 5-
; approximately $2.000,000 from field stated that It was the last' e.ose ewr.n.l This Nasals.. .pemm.
: the $2,500 license for operator, meeting of the year but suggested wT. J.-. ss.e n.dq_ PEPlUM PRANKS
t ) and $200 license a machine she could appoint a committee Mwf. .... l Is Hit p..|. u.. awn"ilkkIMrl
; r ; )'IU ) !.Jf J r'U!! 'Jf would be divided' between the If the association wished to -._. TlM rends.".| wlwi,.. In.as. .<.wntl.. 10M' ,of'' 'aces: fes" mine with SMOOTH NEWS
,f : -! municipalities and the State'ageneral empower selected members to fotld l all sleeves and !
''I ; fund. act on the matter. Members At" vote 010(11 pepluml In Blue,Tan or Grey, Smooth smocking ,-shbaI'i""
\I ;.: ; : THE REXALL STORE PHONE 11 The soft drink tax. of 10 percent voted to endorse the plan and to "-SJunior, suet' 9.\\S, dens 'n walt llnt In pastel, ,
I wquld levy 1 cent on each work Individually for Its promotion -
> j WE CLOSE WEDNESDAYS 12s30 NOON 'TILL 6:30 P. M.'i 5 cent drink sold The return $12.95 chambray"$10 SS
from the iale tax have not been Mrs George Brownley president -
I f ., estimated, as It would apply to of the P-TA County Council ,
: all forms of transactions The Installed officers for the
t' Legislature also has a proposed new year In a beautiful ceremony Stuart
Constitutional amendment to plnnlnq shoulder corsageson
let the State return to the taxing. each. The entire staff of !R
.lll :1 of Incomes but It could not take. last year was re-elected and Includes -
'i h The Lighthouse effect for at least two years. Mr*, Edenfleld a* president Department Store '
: I, Senator McArthur said the : ; Mrs Herman Relti and
Legislature may not be able to Principal Erwin Johnwlck. vice
l Increase Its tax on horse and dog president; Mrs. Ed Surges,' ,
races but If the public continue secretary and, Mr. Bill Meggett -- -- -- -- -- --- -- -


\\\i\ ; : Cocktail Lounge and Package Store ,I to chief the use counties support legalized, then of gambling pensions he favor a*and expanding the1 I|treasurer.Close to 50000. U. S. schools BENDIX automatic Home laundry"'"

I I this to make It possible serving, from 7 to ( million chll-
I -fnA., I for everyone to play, and for dren will participate In the Na-,
I everyone to help support the [tlon School Lunch Program
,!I BE EVERY I I YOU
WILL OPEN this,
DAY BUT State year -
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SUNDAY DURING THE SUMMER I Put in the clothes

t t I Good WholesomePalatable Set the dial l

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I Add the.sokpThaU >

; Dancing Saturday Nights Food all ," -


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A Message THAT'S WHAT YOU\ CAN EX-, r ,

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4. PECT AT ALL TIMES IN OUR $249.50


j To Our Good Friendsi; i CAFETERIA SERVICE, 1 P11-LU i YOUR BENDIX


We 1 regret to announce that due to the forced >II t Washes

i $229.5Q Rinses 3 times
closing of our Cocktail Lounge and Bar on I -

t it is economically I DAILY SPECIALTIES. ., CLEANS- ITSELF Damp. dries
Sundays, impossible'to keep .1 )\' EMPTIES ITSELF ,
l
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Our Kitchen open during the summer months. .SHUTS ITSELF OFF
[ : ,.' I ,> ,.,,..., ,.
With the lifting of restrictions in December, : 1 .l j I:' OFFAUTOMATICALLY

p ... we want .to welcome you back to the fine food (!ltJAw'1ili't's ,rr RECEIVED REGULARLYHALL'S

y6u have been accustomed to at the Lighthousein ..." ''''''''III'' '

'. CAFETERIA :
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the past. .* .

i I. THE COOL SPOT TO.DINE


., -Jerry Smith I Air-Conditioned spa- ELECTRIC'SERr' E: ;


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I. ".."... o, IOOTICCOASTIN Year af to...... hip J. 1141 HEARING OBJECTIONS AMD COM- I ,
FOR SALE Bi-.r COUNTY FLORIDA, Daicrlptlon < Lot t Block ITo
Motorcycle o Propertr
Barley PLAINTS.
FOR RENT: larco'room,. S bed :. r" 1E !P-t[ f 4 H"-T1" 't. 0.: .bo .... MAY II. 1147 t anr,.. Little DUIe Add!" ... part ALl WIIOW'IT MAY CONI'ERNt '
DavIs, with aide ear. Good condition upstairs apt. .11" ....11 NOTICE IS HERKBT GIVEN that of Owls of SEW ae I In I'M ... _. ., .. Chapter Itllt. ..... of 1 '
33IFIEB Price reasonable Mae room Electrically It Her.l.lld A1Ah1A1 ...u1i .1It .,.... to Section I of Ch......' ImulLawa II Section 4. Y4. II. R K. ot. Florida' Aat.rO' 1 w 1 ralallnf' te K.acladoi 0 1)) 1
eqpt across from A&P: t bedroom : of Florida. Aete of lt". known le Kama In which .ue..ed H N Rcedea. Dralwid Uetrlot; tha Hoard ofmmlaaloBera. I
Tin Cauthorn Box: 87, Salerno : strtetly modern. furnish i :;:::dhos! :=.4.t Ito MURPHY ACT the followln leaerlbed All of oed propertr bHni: In tba Jbf Cy rrladoa' DralnaawUlatrlrt 'I
May 22. ,.. '" lead .ll MARTIN Countr, Hernia, Counlr if Martin. It.... of FlorWUnhul .. haa euo.plet.-d I budget: lIonIze
, ed home at .04 S. Akron. Inquire .. ..b.'....' Ih. ... will ba offered. for .... it public. .... .... ..rUlI.... or oerli ....... t ba debt lorvlea rouulremanu of the J>,.- f
-- --- ----- 751 : "ro.' A1u'rPA 1i1o1 10. Dill..... err for the hliheet and tot ouh bid. ,'.11 bo redeemed aecordlnv te .ton thepropertr ..... durlnitho. f/enr kewlnolol ee, lie

FOR SALE: 1838 Pontiac I Coupe Stypmann Blvd. or ""HlI1'4 II. "oh.....noda. ..._ la the rlibl at the Truitooe doacrlhed, In lock _ur...... or coo d., 01 .... No........ ..d ...1.. eotho I" .

hR WORD ORItlNHNIMUM flood condition 142301 PhoneJ write Box '93. I: -::? '..n ,1t.1.. Js.I [sc 11D'T1 it RJd: { the. Internnl l.pcovee ent rand to reject .....11..... will be old. te the h'rhertklddn II., ... .r tho .od''.. Od......
If air .11 bid. at Ito Courtheieo ... at tha court h mac inor *a Ike .d the aama baa ham plaoed' o. fllaka )
3.'IG' FOR IiI Pond 9131-R, Ocean Breeze May 12. 29, June S L *;; or E t ':: .'I.r 1,. 01 .'clock' A hi el the Unit Monday In of A,... 1141. : offloa of llnvSaoraUrr: of tha Die s .

CAP1MINIMI I .1. BoSom .Is a ... p.rt.r a Ofl5Oub N"Tr.TI':: oar of .UNfl, 1141, i ehlrh I. ,Ihe tnd dar of Juno 1>I1Uat4 fAd. .. 00 rOmO 401 Oimau Bulldlni. Weal 'Ipci.
WORD Jensen
I I ; :3D PrR; Para May Kt FOR RENT Ranch 7 miles east ,ul, N4TIAIPIE IMIATT1 I" eal'. rnunnu, Oatalde of muoklp.ll" aaaemeot for thie let itar of Maw. 1141Ureull .. II..oh. ,I'1o.ld.. .5.. u.. cno4 ,
M SOC FOR 171 1'0.1. or A1AL T AI11 or ....ot.., rood riiht-ef.war lot feet wide will bererred ( Court ...11) ompb000.nSlo.doodthtil.Iooollficoo .
r ;s-E.: ROW BOAT AND Okeecbobee on slate highway .hu""b.. II. In............. Iron one parool .b_... iblvhthere I. .. Po"JOROY. that .. d Board will meet at odd I '
787J acres fenced and ."...- n. 01..10.I A L A1P1 .._0".u. la an emAIl.. ...... rued Ae ,. iu COOl. at Clrc.lt Court of 11..11. Isontr.FoOd. .Ia.. .0 11,0 lI.h. d., of h.. A. P. ff '5 '
OUTBOARD MOTOR. 25.00 .hade. title. .te ......iI of .11 potroleuaiaad .. DC7st10cov" Ja '-
IMIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIMHIIUMENTS EACH fenced Cattle Pens dipping acorn: PIt-IkEE AILIAILI61 r:: !., : throe.1......... If other nlnarab. will at T V. CIINN llepul. Clerk.P.1. :' i. >ld d.r :': := TIo':: "
THOMAS AT PORT vat. two houses about ft .ba -.... Mar 1. I. II and II. 1141 fill-sc doss. ,._ the. ..... of Iha flretKikllcaUiin ,' '
FOR RENTL SEWALU barn It :: E R g L A I P 1i1: :,0., ........, foe ... ,._ ath. I I
600 acres In carpet grass. Write 0r'0.. ; WmAFlmflIoemoofSoibfoo LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTThe .." .. ehjeelloaa and vomplalnu. with. V' mj.
May K, 29. j-i $ r! Z1'l ? ( 01) earn of SK:>- of NW i ec. ...._. .. '
Minimum U G Box 309
,,, tiniiiiiiii --- -_ -- -- owner Parsley, .l! :t' : J 1 lion II. Towiihla' ., 17 loath R...... BOARIt t.VOt'Iltlltnll1NF.aIC OF '

FOR SALE On. IIi.' ft. Sorrel Keno, W Va. II. d. Calls roes. IL Shcsmuknro' 41 Kn.t OF'II""IU.ILlTY EVIIRGIAIiICMIIInUIAOIOII1ITPWT I
ns, f fA1rcoT
krrtmrne refrigerator. good May 15, Zz, 29 .1. 5.c.b..llO.:: :' psolon Oxola c...,,,:'sy' 'j n.:: Lot 'It. Rhick f. RIVtrmlllK SURPLUS CHAPELS; Bri W. p. UlUIABFtX. IIf$
! ; Cold 41. Blv.f nosed I The Vter >._. AdoilnnlraUon "her* (:..1......
condition Also. Delce light :1tEU cw 41 Unaanlril FAa RUHDIVIHION Part of 0.... be .1... no.1.. Ihot .A h. somEtiMe' f.drnoO ... : '4iI r1
I A FOR RENT; Floor; sanding;; machine in.19. :. : i:: tr:5 Brwnlih L Wit MiThruiHknamf 41. In a line Let I. poruon II. r... tl RE 41, onths .......1.. Propotr Aat Ii,1 t.I'eoC.. .. 'y. ..1'I' I'

plant like new. Radio water and edger Reflnlsh IL Ll"mblns plant 1 Natlva mela.. 40. Im.I..nl of .1144. and War A..... Admlntetralleer _.... "
Lot t. Rlock III Lola II and II. .. 'ho M., II IS June t. ) F
and machine: See Earl It Repreeanlalloit Quartir an. I. Kli.li uuca 41 PuNetlllrl iraaaaii 4,1. R..U. I. follonino 2
pump _, _
.. your floors at reasonable rates. of thu Ia'od it 4. .rMwm. 41 To4H. > hum.Hint Rlork II AMENIlrjU I --N "I'PALM r orrlbed ...1 nwertr whleb. haa .b.o '
51lit Johnston St.. Lucle Inlet Phone lOll Stuart Hardware and ahuuldu.. PSyl.g card. 0. Icapzuol bird t ITT I. In It ": I I'nil declared eutltlue hr tha Government tOne LEGAL AOVtsriSEMKNT: _, [ IIs
41. P. II. If-Il'. tM. : ;
Farms on Indiatilown- CoBecUoae eh.pel htc.ted. at Ckinp MurphrH I
Co. U II K.ft. II. ibo Hound... Florida. dealrnated' aaT THE COUNTY JuD<.E'S COURT 0'MAllTIN 19IJ m
lomb Road :rr rrrrrlrlrT ::HITha: COUNTY FLOSIDA ,l '

tn FiRwH'y --- -. --------- FOR RENT"pia.: and-rmL L" n. HI..h t. H"I.AND Tea.aAcR chapel. will .he dl.ao.ed of .-a NOTICE TO CREDITORS 0 '
'J POtIpERTIni.: A Otbdl.l.hO the f*'llowlnlrerme. and ...dIU...I IK RFGARD: THE KHTATK I : .
rjW55W7 FOR SALE; One H-foot solid Just been redecorated Sum r of SWIt, OWls, "I..' .....deratloi ehall be ai.c. to t '

,***">V cedar boat Fully equipped met rates Shadowlawn.' 309 : "'I'Iot: NEW f\ of:SKM aata .ale for u.. .. I .brine' or memorial. and WILLIAM A/'LKAYITT' I IY. 1 1Doo.cmodl
I... 14. Baetloa .-.d, .'..Idcra.Ion tn for nee for 1. A'

COURT Perfect condition. Aim 10 Albany AveIIIilIiIIpIlisIilimlssvsIIliililIil; 7 1r ... 1'.....,. 4e SVutk. R..,. 41 :sl-ooJooIrbI'ocerkIod i :: .: : UM afb .. aid ....k of coo om ha'o50 NoW L'f '

1TLANTIC horsepower' Johnson outboard ,, ,, tc..t. I to .uch pui Clod cod coqolcod. Ie n-no.., .., .. .. I 13 Ii 1 '
ArRTMENTSITUAIIT .o..d..ottoctr.e.otnor.tiilo1'Ilohmol 0.1.1.. .ItII. .... .4 .firI
d.o.odo O'O
motor\. Cradle to fit. Bargain WANTED The followln. Lota and Blorkl la 4u.trtal or other oeculor. .... mod S mnCoo.lest Im u.. K...... of I
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FLORIDA 0. .or ''l
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PORT IIAL .RNO. V.ln< a SuodM. will ho .....d Intact. for enan.nifronthlcodoooklrhlt5m- ,
See J Baldwin Salerno It WILLIAM A. l.IIAVITT. decaoeod. Into :
iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiiiiimiiiiiiiiniiiii\ ..
SUMMER RATES of Lot II and bail It Ckalnaof '
DVT Lot II. Mllea Haneoa Grant. ........... .lmsidCosostn.04.thV105tPJsdIISf A 5 0'Nc51l.
or
plctclr FPrnbhed J lousekteplnr uiiiiiiimiiiiiiiniiiimimiiiiiniiiiiiiiiSERVICLS i i i, WANTED: Cart to repair. Expert Townikli III 1I..lb. R.n.. 41 ..... fbe eah> price, "f Shin, chapel. will .hall Ceuntr. rlarlda. It hie office at I I' l
.. .......... wllhmr V.2 .
t., ... fair value the the In Stuart Florida
ApartmenUW Mechanical Service., Stuart prim ouyal ra
OFFERED11I11I1111111111I1111111111I1111111I11I11I111111 : U LoU II ..a U Block Ii, Lola III. ll>ht of 'Iha ...dlll... hnpoeod rclatlniUi 'rbl Ill calender nionlha from the date 1111 I
T. FACET Service Station. Opposite Stuart 11 11 U and II. Block ll Lou I. It. future Coo coO tha ntlmted moO of tha fret' publlraUon: of '::'IoI.notice.lick HillPost
Telephone 0152ufI1flhlIIU1IHt11111t11111111hhi News. Phone 1144. U II 11. II. II and 14. Stork I, LotI af removal claim. or demand null writ
BRASFIERS birdies Health Block I'' Lot 10. Vlock 0.! Loule ilkatlon" kk,.II ,Ioelds. Oh.lb. Ineand' nut elate Ihe place: of raaldanee. .
; and 14. Block I, Lot .14. Block II I ...... ....d..... church ? .,_ ..,,,,.. 01CMedO,.'I of tho: cl.lm.nl I andmult i "I
.... --- -- Garments,, Individually desIgned WANTED: Beautiful girl to burn La,. 14 and .II. Block 14, .Late I. ......, dru.I'ioims i of the ....- ba eworn to b, ... elaimint k... 55 I 5 2

I by Splrella ...... diafnoels. alive'on the stage of the Lyric 30 0. 14 II ..d II. Black: II, Lot II Ii,. r.h.eer. .4dma.r.oomol to rant ar hie. altorner ar tha ..... will I I .
the fur the forwhich leeerdjne ta law ,
Block IT: Lota 1 aad *. Block 1* aw nropenr purpoea become void
Mn. T C. Knowle Treatre Tonlte Thursday May Lou I. It II and It. .Block.. ID, Late I It ie euld.Appl TOll alehth dar of Mar. A. D. IlllT ,
FOR SALEiiiipuIIIIIIIIulIIIlltIlIhlIlllIllIIuI Phone Stuart 3.W. tf 22. Good salary paid. Apply toDr I. 4. I. T and I. Block SI I Lola I. ..cellune. will .ha ......,.... It thIs T 4JUCHTKRSON I I ;
: : tL I and t. Smock II Late I. t. J. IIIt .., then ..b.."..... to Neff In person.. *&. II. II. ..d 14. .lork. 14. ...... I. of Chapli.... iwho. with, the advice A. ........ 1IDe...... b .

SALE: Equipment for REGISTER for employment and U W la lac. Bock SI; LoU 4, of representative church aroupewill .. I. M. fKANLIHAttorner S ,
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WANTED Tti"iIUY GROUP OF H3 1. 5. I. II and 14.:Block It I.t.t.I rocommced tha poraon or orr.anlMtloa fur admlnl.tntorMar 'I
Stuart Services at .
WIOP tbroufh our .
Ill fc KEY -one .A 10. StoOl 51 0.44 04, EIA to wkom dUpoul h.lt I be wadeAipllratloni t. II. II and It 1141 f fLEQAI.ADVESTISDOENT
MarUI'ie ..* work table offices In the Kraeter Bldf LOTS OF I OR MORE OR II: ..... 5. II .d II. 111..1 II: Lo. eh.II ... filed" In triplicate -
ACREAGE ON WATER FRONTIN 'Ott I3 3 14431IForce" T. I. 0. II. .4 usa U. Slob, sat siikl 'hl" ,ISIS '''" col.nroelno : ,
thousand Phone 41 W for Snappy Services April It 1141 and end,naMar It. 1141
one
nolor .
..... I I. .. I. '. o. T. 55. II.
k keys. keyboardeitrs !>> of all kinds. If I JENSEN WITH RIPARIAN II. II. 14 II ... I". Hunk II, T...... and .....dlllo. of ..le. and .11 NOTICE I IMARTIN
.op Information convernlnithe
__ ___ RIGHTS GIVE PRICE AND LoU I. It. II and 00. BI..k II 0000 COUNTY PLOI I I
motors lock' La.0ood4.ltlo.h0Ol.oti5' ; Oil propenr and method of exerclelnr. rrior ?. 1M' ,

Emory Wheel buf fers-'> PAYROLL BOOK-National system FULL PARTICULARS. PHONE aiid. II, Black I 111 Late I ooJ a. .. ...U.. ',nnd nbmittlnl cod oftrr A..II offere. I.will. 0141.ml hoollmbl NOTILK: IS Hr-RfBT GIVEN THAT II I Itr

for keeping and 2237 WM SADILEK, 344 It. 11. II. and .14. limb 04 Loll I. on tt Real Propoi [L'lmpomml, ..., ... Swtton 11 af Ckapter SM1 r
kinds of carpenter tools' ware 4 and I. Block. $1' Lo.. ... I. 11,0 Oflloa Admlnlitrallooackeonvllle' : : :. of 1.U. aC he glata, of Florida
hour withholding tax and social CHURCHILL RD. WEST PALM and II Slock Oil, Lou I. I. Wos Ae.ru dnerlbrd. land In Martlanintr ,
Repair parts for rods 1, ,*,rldi.. -. O. n.. ..-.. tka folio.
security reports! when you BEACH FLA. I. 1* and II. Blork' 41, LoU I'RIORITIIIII TM ro.roOr .la sob.io.t : Itorida.. will .. all_ for ealaat g ,
reels. Large wooden nine I..t.. 4. I. I. I. II. II. II. and 14. .h. tell.'.. ."0" I.. la tIn. public rater* for tka kliiknt and Wat
.,ill.Fish lien one large have 10 *r more employees.See May 1, I, IS, 22 41, La,. t. 4. I. II. II and order 10(ndkatcd cool "d. me .h..N..h. dor or 'M Coo' I Iboso.

ns today Ask for these at Block 44; Lab I and II. Block 1. rovorn.I .... A.....,.. ., I. a.a.rt. "Iorld.. "'.1'M
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rd nile, Sun For appoint i WANTED: Golf equipment and .LoU 4. t. It. II ..d 14 Block a.r..otr'ictio. Piomi.o C.ror. b.... a' II .Iorh A. H. end I .1-.1p
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box 133 : the Stuart News office tf Lnt> 1. .. 4. and A to a ..... ..:... _.. .. ... .L.. ._ os.. 11'. NINTH dcc oJ JUN11. 1141.rliMd S I I. ,
I w sddresi : furniture for club house. Contact and other official train- to th. soOt. c>( M.rtl. Countr .4 te itl..k.MI; 1 -Lou J; iic: II. II and I. H.".ata 'and 0' local M'RovommenU.m. TOo ..;..; ;; OlIlmtVE$ on .mn j'5 .

art, Florida 11 Martin County Golf and aald Jenira R..ad and Hrldiia Ol.lrlet, I II. Block '1.. LoU 4. t. I and t. 4 Non prtft Iniitllullun.PRIORI1Y ,.nl 1... .....d ,'lrhlc"of'.mmI follonol I,
I ROUGH DRY SERVICE LAUNDRY Ing films were shown at the ar to (I.. M ate. toni ........_.. lot Block. III, Lot t. Block II : Lot IBlock It.HIOI, )' Ihe time for 0.. Hundred (fIbS) tnt on oaob aide of

tots SERVICE-Your laundry Country Club. tf auxiliary's meeting by Nell lue In Martin (..,i.n,rDnlel 111 LoU l. and it Blork ......m... ......."... .hall .bo tblrtr fill ..b* canter II.. of BtaU road _'.Ido ofmuntclimlltlcal ,,
SALE: f Building IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIimMIIIIIMIIILOST "J..Jo. in 1147. II, L.I. ... II. II and It Block ..,.. eommrnelne an April If 1147 Flftr .Ittl feol on each '
U H X 151 X Lots 43 K: 150 carefully washed all FlatWork Bishop to large enthusiastic BOARD .-T COMNISIONER8Martla tt, .LaU t. I., 4. f. *. 14. Ilk II end ondlni Mar It. 1147Pvroon. aid, of the ....., line ol BUI ....d. In.

sheets, pillow-slips, etc, & FOUNDiimmiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiriiiilHiiiliiiil audience. Countr. Florida and IT. Block aOl Lou 1. I. II... n,>t bavinit priority mar ado of munlclp.llllM I aad Flftr (555'. I "
nlnlnr good location. Gloat "" '- Bri. J. ... POMER01. Clerk. la Blork' ItO, LoU I. t and *0. elen make offon AIrS.: thk) poriodor feat on aaeh aide af tha oaoter Una I ofCountr I
Priee right 'or quick sale. Ironed and wearing apparel ? .LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Bee In. U ft __ Block: s : I *II' II II' 14 Tha roOt. 10 reocrood to ovicea am ronde located _..1'" of .ml.IlOO I 41
)Deed dried for home Ironing We LOST:' Two.handled burlapshopping and IC.'M.Ir.i; Loli: 1, I. I nndII. ill "op .. or ormorlr Ineorporntcd munlclpnUtloa, l'Lot. 1
I deliver warranty !. Reward to finder _LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT. .' Block. |.li, Lou I. I. I to t Inet .. i"nl!!: T aOTCA.i0Hepulr I
It P 0. Box 954, Stuart. can five I yon two days service bag IN THE COUNTY COURT, It. II. II. II and. II. Block lull: Renloal III well. *. t od I. Ill-cl .. nT l.tlCIB IF.OTATPX Y

tf and will: pick up and deliver, Menninger 708 Riverside MARTIN. COUNTY FILING tw IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY Lote t. It. II and II lOok los, nfflra nf Real Propertr ,......., "I'TIIIN I. 8.D of rcAofNWls.fOWtcsnP0ilPni
I NOTICE OF FOR JUDGL MARTIN COUNTY. FLORIDA .Late I. t and II. Block. 111 : .Lot.a War A.... AdmlnletratloiP < I
-- your\ laundry. Use this economical Drive Phone 182-R or 300 FINAL DISCHARGE OF CO-ADMIN NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR I. 1, II. II. II II and U. Block O flol liltLECAL It, Bee I. TJ. 00 R K. 41. 1

SALE COMPLETKLT: RE- service for your family. May 22 29.iihlIIiilIiIIIIiliiIihlIhlhlililllIlliIlIhlIlhl. ISTRATORS FINAL DISCHARGE OF EXECUTRIX: 114)) .LoU I. I. I. I and II. Block J.rkmson.Ile." I. 'Ioid. '
'IN RE, KRTATE OF IN RK r.lTATt Or I. Tree, M. M and tl. PALM CITY 1FAOMO.
I lit! Lote I. I. 1. t II. II II II. 'A.I.I
DIT10NED BENDIX AU- RATE ONLY lie PER LB. I WILLIAM W. NEGGETT. b C. K. 8HROKUKR, aim ......1 14. tad II. Block III, .Lota, I. 4. ocr I. II, It .... It T 8. In H K. 41. II" I
hOME, LAUNDRY WFIGIIED WIIFN DRY PEO It OTICES5IIeIiilI5IIlllIIllil55iui5llul5IIlIli'5i Dncm..dI 00 (ur4l ftchroeder C K. Jlrh-l I.. II, II. 'II. IC cod Is. flock .-...-.&.. .........1.. In th" antreaato thlrtr mc110o.
HATIC :
TO ALL WHOM It MAY CONCERN: nod K ehroa k-r.I telI 'i' ADVERTISEMENT
man Curt < loll n.d SlIck I 10 l.ote. : I. I
(CHINE. PRICrD VERY PLE'S.tAUNHRY. Phone ill I Notice I. ......., (Ivan that w* hav*' DoonLeal 5, 4. A. I. 0. II ond IC BloctIMl
It : LEAVING rot Wlldwood New filed our final ........ ae Co>Auminiatratore NOTICE hi h.'..... limo that I .... La..t'I*It: I II aad .II to 1 U IneBlock .. 'IN THE CIRCUIT; CoUaT OP THE lull I nnd It blob II. DIXIE 'l' ,
\SON ABLE. ME; IT AT ...... of William W NUMHLR ISOof
of tb E. ITHIN
UleCI air final, .0t'i ono. f.ecutria: of 1TI; LoU t and It. Bl..ck NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' IN AND PARK "AUI
LfS ELECTRIC; : UCToir-h) ; ; ; Jersey about June 3th Would .......t. Deoeeaed: that we bar filed'' the It...... of C. 'K. Hhroreer. alwo known slIm; Lot 1, Blork 111 Lota t and MARTIN STATE OF part of Owvoroeionl lot I .. laI I, l ill ,
trouble with your, like U have man driver foer'ree I our Petltkio for Final Dlacharao and al Curd' Rrhrordec. C. K. BrhiCurt ......... mA It Block 171: LoU t: It tad II, FOR FLOSIDA. IN CR0 COUVTY CERY. I 50 II ..... ft. P R c.. See. IIT I 'II '
sn hens not laying\ Then use that wo -will apply W Ibo HooomeleArthur R. lob...._. ........., lot 1 .... Block 1111! LoU I. I. 4 to I .In.It .... NOTICE TO "rEAItr. *. II R K:. 41ruvemmrnt .
transportation F. G. R, C........ Count Jod.. of Merlin filet aw P.01k'' rue di."I......... ma II. II and II. Rlorb liSt .Lou. ORDER 0' I I
Ileus Pan-a-min Stuart Feed Counlr. Florldn.' on Juno llth 1147 for ri.nl .11.. ....... nod 'th.t 04 Jonn II II and II Slob ml' LoU 7t H, wll.I.IANK ocd ANN I.... I. eoatalnln I
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ADJOINING 1094 Stuart .
SALE: HVF; Store, If Sprengel Box: for approval .f tb' oama. and for Final. lots. II" I .III tp'tr, 10 .iSa H...'. S. to II ,Ine.. and II, Block III, ILLlA..8. ... .111.Fl.intlfm { a.... fee I. T II. It R.K.; ... 'I ,
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ICE LOTS' IN BESSEY ..... May 22 29.KNOWLEDGE. t>to.b.... .. CaHAdmlnletraton' If tea .h'' Ailo.e R. t..1.00., Ccolp dod.. ..fseli. Lot I. Block |e4| Loll a. 1 and I. .
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xtocklnTt I F....... at .William, W. Moliett Deoeaacd. mte. .Yl"etdo'for ........1 .Vmmd /Block IK!. I Go..t I..t I. .oorcloIie U
DITION. STREET HAS 1 TRUSSEST elastic aboul'eancer One 'I.,. I14T. flml, oieei.. u. Inc .. (....... ofDiUibotk.u RUTH J. OOBCrR: af al. I ...... ..... It 1'.11. 50 R.L 40. 1'

ARIAN RK.IITS; TO RIVER. I knee pads, anklets etc. Stuart may MARGUERITI' L. pl'rcsPooD. mod foe 1'1..1 Otirhoce. TI,. follovlna ..... and Blorke of DrIondots, S STHK'.ITATV I '
life! Send name and J JAMES W. MEOCETT: .., ... K ... 0" FLORIDA THB FfIU>WINd lAIn AND
Will of C. Hhnrueutrll.
save your II rt. of DIX'B' PARK ADDITION Sit 4.
1 T |20M M. PRK EIT FOR Drue Corp., tfSPEN A. ('.....'.I.Ira..... af the DeMO' of ..... .16. bnns 0. C'ord Kekemdro. O. C.Orboadre .0b'.I.I. at Poet Of G... ,.., I 0' To a R.h, J. .lko.or. if 0........... RUM KS IN PORT SAlERNO helm 1 4'
CK SALE. HARRIS IOVV- address en a postcard to American William. W Meir.lt. Coeeeeed. I cod Cart X. -a.oe4.e" do11.t. In Plat, Book II. P.... fl PIe... III.......... or 0 .bIn.. osd If .......... 0 0.15 at Leo 11 4 "... I' 11,01... I

('tn-I srrroRTS trmen. ;;- Cancer Society, 22 Ann MICHAEL O. UTTMANLECAL ....,.,.. 0No Section '. YcooOe' II BoutkRania Ruth Doroer ..- .fLaIIMu.sors.n.o0ee.. .
Y, JR. BOX, 934 OK CAI.L A. Atonee r.. mid c.Aaolof.ouen.rob 41 (:aatltoti married name la unkaown' who.a addre. T.a. II R.I. III I '
IfSAIE1 Mens brlts. Luella Downey Street, New York 1, N. Y, and Mn, ... 50 I. II 10"- 1041OIILINA IL I5F.ACH.MirolArt. .. te Mount Vernon: Weat Ch..terCounlr '

', 1101 Orange Ave Fort receive Free booklet Ik" : II. II. I., II, 14 It to ID I.... New York .11 unknown ..pou.eef IILaIIO,5ho0boo.mndI4.Omo'kIi ::: II' IS and :U: slob: .2
.. ADVERTISEMENT O. IITVMAOI.A.A'lo.n.efmF.oooIlu., II to 14 ,lac.. II It 17 tl and aald above named. defendant. who :
White fret : 197-M for -, ---- -
enamel Pierce Phone appointment Lou I. I. I nnd I. Block II I
4t. Block Lola I la I I Ine.. IITract mar bo married I ; 'I. ;
CARD OF THANKS : i Lote
reraton' ) Tanb tf LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT. rub. Mar l>. It Jine, t II 1147 II. 55. II. II to I. Ion 10. It.It. and .11 IFNKNOWN rlflRK, I (GATFrS. r. Mi t, 14. It ; Blork 41 '
seen anytime We take this means of thankIng LEGAL NOTICE -- .. TRANTrM AHSK:N- 14. I I, T. IIII ,
05 mod II, luck II .UKVIrlrKK : !. ..
at TO ALL TO WHOM IT MAY CON e:RN LECAL ADVERTISEMENT TRUSTKEH i.I 'lilr.t: : : ;
except .Sunday, I MURPHY" DONAIDSON the many friends and neighbor AOl TO ALL INTERESTED PARTIE.INollra 1.1,0.0. Sasdl. Sleek II EtI': IIUNIIRS OTHKK CRFDITORH CLAIMANTS claim. 5 to 14 Ine.. \; t. lots '

.rise Apts. May 22__29 FLOOR SANDING AND FINISHING who sent flowera and have .to ....., .1.... That n hear NOTICE OF SALENOTU t. Bl...k II. of n. LUCIK Ina: ,h,1.>R u....... unoVr. or Oeolotmorof I. S. 4. I to' In.'I II II 4 II to.a I '..17I.5i'h.1
1. I loOm I. I.
of II 5 II Blork
Inc will .ka held" .In tha CHr Hall VIle ,
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INLKT PARMS Heir, gubdlvleloaof who
named dafcndanta mar
SALE I New Richardson PHONE 32-R, P. O been kind and sympathetic In a......, Florida al It u. .. It Mir :B to hefobr riven. lot puriuaatcreo WKST' It "..,.. of Lot II and h.o..don.otaoOOaWb0dcd00mlO.tha abevo 'Inc;,:' 11, II' .I'i.II *.I K: Block' '; ,

BOX 604. '- tf the recent loss of our husband 1147 on rafuaal of. Cite of ........ to 10 0 ri..1 ... of ireclniuro. rendered All of ...... II .44 II ,. 55 I.". : :. :: ; .. ..., :- 'I I
Trailer. In excellent tunas. "" Jack Penhale front I permit for ......., Icon Wilh.m h, Hunoreblo' A. O Kanner. one- of itodod 111100 or H..... fl-tot. T II. ...10_ B. W Id...... Bone Ca., 0 Mm.l.d "- I l.ateI.uu.4.at..lOloo.atA: I '
and father
., Inlaid linoleum 4>n WIT; WASh LAUNDRY SER- of a ..lIdl.. .. ... located S4bdlOIOk'O.Stones. al. Lou l ... of the Circuit Court of 11..11. R.K 41.41.. eomprleSootncaat .. U ...... ........tlo. .h'o cdd.o00. In B.HI Is. Obock 10. 1,41. I .a I I.... t. 4 ,
Block Strpmana .
..MRS JACK PENHALE I and I. I. Ca..t Floriaa. I. 'M on... 01 D.b..1I. .._ .. Moryloodl, u.. Coo.MortlmafCompanr Block lI
lees, sink and floor Rea- VICE_Yeur laundry carefully Martin. Cauntr. Florida. for the ....... .lab4. ('....crr. theroin 10.1, Ouarter. HIS I of a ttelewara corporattoaburnt ..h_ '' I'0.'O. 4: I Ine., t, ;
and FamilyAUXILIARY .,-. of w .Ift_ for tha AmericanR ..,.... .. ....'h..at Qurlor '''KI. I I Heetloa II : LoU \ U f
ably prirrd Phone I. Pond washed clean aqd returned to 1 ra Crooe. Martin Coantr Chapter.Such I -.1.. W. I I' Rnotenlk add.... 10 405 'Laolootm A...... Ilnlock. II: II to It IIMJ: Block ; LoU-. 'I. ,
of the. ...... af It. Towaehe It Numb RanaC 17
.1.11. adnrlnhlratnr '
1Orea". Breeze Park you damp for home drying : .... front on Boat .Peurlh II.... .., I.. J. R......,k. rieeeoaed. aa Plaintiff and K..., ....nol.. dO ....... N.. ... York ALL ;.B80NII OR 'A aT. I. |. I. I. I. 7. ... I. It'LoU II. .II I I. l.S It by' '
end Block It.
... PLANS Wed of tha Cbrlalmn ....... Church; aNorlhweat .d I. a. R.... A .. C........,. et nl. ae 14 It : In '
n. May 23 and Ironing We will pick-up 11'.8 .h..... .1.1".1' oi.dre one at lbcb. 0.-I ... Ia, .5loc 141 1.0140 .
.
if tba Atlantle Court Apaimonta. '"' : Lot .. :
810rk I. MONI'F.RCY: SUN.l'lVilIIln'
and deliver and give you two' FISHING TRIP SUNDAY nnd Ibo' Btuart 0mb ::'''I '. dated Al''rll t 1117 wkere of SEls' of 810'10' te I. .... ....... nod d.'I..d d.I........ II "It. ..d 10. Slob II.. .... ... I '
tho underalived appointed ae
coo
SAlE: (.imd Quality Heavy service this economical School, and 1d'I.I.tla.h I.. whether ar not '...."' ....,.. to ........ aark decree. onM PB 1 I. Po.. II and II. Sogtlon I, GO e.h.'..,. .1..1.. .., rl.bL ,It'" 0 Is II ..d ::1.. IIk..1 II., l.oim ,. I. I .
days on Twelve reservations for a ...,...I .hDUld bo ......d.I..INO ...d. JUK S. 1147 d". .. thr .Inal, TJ It H." 41 I In and to tba proporlr Involved t. 4. I t .14 Inc Block I"kl f'
.fB, 2 ,' 11 W; .North I Minimum three-boat fishing trip ln'theGulf THE CITY OF 5trART.by d... .before tho eourt boo door olMarlln fHIHTKKS Of 'I'lI'S INT RNAI. 1M- via,rr ....11....' I Inc,. It. :H.It; LoU I end I.
.
Weighed when dry. > and It BlockII
..dmcboffox. are lerehr re It; I
I IENNEDY.'alN You
T.
J. r FROVIMENTOP FUN OF THu
Baltimore 1. Md. bundle 10 pounds. WET WASH Stream at S a. m. Sunday C..a.LEGAl. 'tl.N-.ln Cauntr. I' will Florin;\ aell at auhjecl Btuart.to Florida eon- FLORIDA. 5T5T uulred to appear hot... Ill Circuit Court ; I... I. Block ICI, LoU I .. 0 1TBlIITtrA1tT I

'I- June 16 Inc Ie pEOPLE'S LAUNDRY were made at a meeting of II lad tl Mir. ".t' "....'10. of an''d Court the followlnt (Ciroola COOl" S... of Martin Count*. Florldi. at lbs Court Ine" Bloek" i0Lotll; to t lieII: .
per lb. Flotilla ( Coast Guard Auxiliary -! dewrlhed. landa. altuatt la. Martla Ilyl J. it. 5051150? boom. In $.t.rt. Martin. Countr. Floe II II. II It Block Hi LoU I II I. I
SILE Phone Z87. If. ADVERTISEMENT; Co..t,. Florida. ..it. AienBl Trot,;. I. I Fod.: idol an the lib dar af Juno. A. D 1147 4. I t t* It i.. I
1'i'! .nd' 4 hp Uo- at the Log cabin Monday I..... Number ,... III telocluriva 1..1. MARTin Coontr. to I Sill of Complaint brntbhtnnmIl.l, 0110111 ltH 'n.I I i1 to II Ina, III ',

rled rnnlnm! AlsoIten 1 :iiwiifiMiiiiiiimTiMmiitiiiHii'iiiiimMALE i t i I night. ,' NOTICE OF INTENTION TO INTRo- (5105. both of *... FMd DOROTHY I'II;RCt..,. DC mc. msdrboSroo. b, F. H. 10"11." .._ II a ; 1114I I,
II a II Block IIILoti
I II 11
DUCE SI'ECIAL, I.ItGISLATION '1'1a... a ubdivUloa of k>.. number Fish, Mar n. 1141. sod II.. WIllIo.. 1lc' .iI. I.. tOo. p.. 7 0. '
< pumps. timer Mo- HELP WANTED Harry Beckman was named C.... III mA onoto. II.. 101.. Moo. po_ of luletina: tltk. to tOo folloliesim.rlbed 0.: I: 0. 4. t A I. Block Hi Lot

lt1ii12 ; ."'' .::2:5,0'-: ..' chairman for plan for the outing Notion ta'b.rsbYeI..O of Intention to tim 14. Ynmhb 55 a..th at C..,.. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT : prnpertr. altuoli ll Martin. C L100'ItSi.e.IIOloIOin.- Clock II 1; Loti 1 codo. Block III.: ,
aald tot.fled
Ea.l of To
41 pint wit
tn Cbs 1141Porlda aa rw Florida
Introduce Special Lntolallo Cos.ir.
11II1I1I1I1"1..I"! WANTED Reliable which will start from Van Lratolatar. autborhliii, th. ." I. t'. .41mm of tho Clerk. OCa Roctlona ... II and It of Toeklp .. Block sum Lot I. Block. 14: LoUand I ,
.. a I. ,
t. Block II I I. I I
Table tip,>'lorenc! IMAlE with car wanted to call Joutdani dock. Each angler la Roard ., Countr Comml..loare Cu.ola. Coors. 5. lImb I on .l000 IM THE: COUNTY JUDGE COURT or It Booth lOosen It Ka.t LoIs I 7. II and II-. Block 0 '
Board of tl In and for I.he Coun" '.0 Fob.. of mid OIl .4Conplcl"t -t.
n .I Like new Call $\-W. tf I on farmers in Martin County asked to bring his own lunch o".f; ::: .uet.n.. of d/te Jeneen tha Road and Bench 8"'. of .FI, rldawhl aToll MARTIN OF COUNTY FLO1IDA. Otboollb.' .111 .1..110.... Ick 0cc. ..onl.-, 401. I. Blixk I .; OII,. : Late* la.I and Hlock tBlock .. I

Interested In the Bri Ive I>I. ..., to enter Into i ianavo .0 ..1cmC .h .. I. M ta mode. te It,. ll.he>land NOTICE OF FILING PETITION FOR mOd rack of you I and Ibis Ordei.hall 41 Lou II II
I to and other 004. t II 'II II
lit:. Bolt U' IS" wIlls f Wonderful opportunity $15I mooft P tOo SlotS. t.of Dpn'to.nttan .heal bidder for akah ... ..U.I, Hid FINAL' DISCHARGE OF ba puhllahed. In. (.. StomA 1'1... 41 1.1ir.,1:. I 'I.I'l.l.i.;I 7 I IHki I I I II.

*.Strittton Motor,. ZYt''I 120 In a day No experience or trip who have not made reservations ......dl.. .... ... ....... ._d ,...d. deer. and. roeta. DYItR. I ADMINISTRATRIXIN a ..-oa_ ..blloh... In Stuart. Martin .. .. II. 44 II.: 14 sa a ... Slob ,

'" Permanent. yet are requested to contact : .., ho ......... cod ooof by u.. BARRY". ... REGARD THE KSTATk, ) I ,. .'10.1.... onoO on-er no.1 toDon. n Ioic I. _. fc toO .5.... It. It t I
:
Berry 305 West ltd I I capital required. _I' ltepmlua ml too _......tIn.at .0 I5osIoI, II.. .. to ,'It. Co.ni1 ........11.. _k.. '
.
II. Slob 4T.. Lot It 14. II A It
'tf. Write today. MeN_ Company, Fred Rue before Saturday 0 d.....ronuo 4 04'.tery _...... T T. OUOHTrRI VIOLET C. II..ARR. dc.md ITO mO sedreod at .tu.... PIorId.. I. LoU I I In I ,lot. .. cod 00.

A Freeporl III A 45-mlnute tchnlcolor sound ....... for tho _aea BrWia mar DAVID..... .M. MAKHHALI. 1'1.1..111 ALL WHImS IT MAT CON1RRO a., of Mm A. 1541. Block 40LatO, Block. II Tria...'..
Drpt bo repaid. out of sOlunO tOOlS ....11.. AU. I. NotlaaU' ......, fl'aa that I bmns IA' I
.D .
SI IE,. B and-nOw WblnBike ; motion entitled T I May tf. 19 : picture?! ten low a* ..! :..!. mr retMrn POMEROYfleik III, LoU I to I me. A t .te It I.... I
i.e .
.__ __ the Leuu of Violet C. Mraredoeoaud .
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$1MJ. a Court. .
Telephone af lb. Circuit. Hlork II. LoU I te II Ina.. Storka4
that I
have 11 led
: mr petition HARRY F DYrR: LoU IS 'Inc, II. 11 IK, 17
ile.Karl '
Jr that I win
Krueger for dtorharaa erplf to the 111.'k .
OUIIHTKRKON.A. It, Lob I te It I
T. T. and II meHlock
.....
I .' HoblD Atbr a. C. Croti,
In.lfa"I/ 8, 15, $2. Cl-to oI Clor' ......,. for 1'101.11". 051, Lab 1 to II leo. a II teIt I
tJji Juno A D It41, Mar I. II. 05. It 1141tECAL I.... Block. 17, .Lou I to I Inc, I
i LK> IDM rlrbl-mS : cod br fbi dim..bmo S. It II. II.II. II a II. Block MlLoU I
,
I 4 cd.iotit.tte, at lbs E.. .. ; ADVERTISEMENT: I. .. I. -. II. 05. '.,
ttt-table, six:' chairs, l Distance Service' or Violet. so C. M..... d_..... II. It. :II a 54. HInd III &.0.. IT I '

J I'd. seeva#, cabinet. orV Unlimited Long I D.... tkla llth dar af ApriL A. DMARGPRT NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER end II. III..k II' .Late I to I ..... -
A '
1 1541. FICTITIOUS NAME II. II to 14 mi. It. Slob UI: I ILot.
custom mad. 13000 C. WEARS NOTICE: IS Mr.Rt.HV OIVIN thai theandonlaned I. 0. 4. 1. H A It I. SI I.... I

Phone number.. letter. ,. .. Adaimlelralrii ol tIn but. ofVtaM .. elder the pro.l.loo." of IllorhltL.i.lCotlnxSSlCIa. I
T Imtn Kobe C. Meare doosnoof. Chapter II.ttl. .Lawa of Florida Aate ,ll.l'j-'W; Late 4, I' to I Ine.t I
Sound tfWSPAPERS 7 T OUGHTKR8ONLEGAL of "". .111 ....1.... with. ISo Clerk af to II 1 in. ,. Black lit I
Altoroo, Icr Adolnl.troIdO.M too ClreoH Court ta .mod for M.rtln LoU 14 cod II. Block .lit, ...... II .
;;;;a'poulidirt Is Available Again ., I.. I. *0. ID, A. D. 1541. Coullr Florida upon receipt of proof 4. *. I. and 14. Block 111 Loot

S News. tt of puhllcilloiof tIle nolle, tba flat!- t t. :. : I I I aid 11 II II Block II a 1441 II

+ t ADVERTISEMENT ""STUART:- J RvicEa. ..*... which I an. lIlohjC&1L" I' t' 4141 Block _______
WSPAPERS'F R SALIj) .' I ....... In' ...1_.m5Sioe I. Florida; Itti LoU 1 andt, Block It7i Lot I
Oboond at NOTICE OF INTENTION, REGISTER. thai partr. .......... 1* homE bullneaa aStuart. > I' Block till, Lou 1,1. lid ItBlock I
Staart Nice,. if.1 FICTITIOUS NAME : .. lalla... Ut Lot. to I Inc.. Black ;
% that Long Distance Service is again available for ICENIfETH OTIMOELL 1141 Late 1 tu 'In... a II to ItInc.
....
rED In 01addfr'''''1 5Weare'bappy to announce Nolle' w herakr thai tha lit FloridtMar Block lilt Lota 1 I. 4 teU 4'
......
daralrnaa lbs pro.kuona of Chartor
d : inc. Block IIS LoU l te t ,
; I a, II lad II. me
.
Southland fruity odor ...... Lo... 51 FtaaMa. A.te ., a t to It ten, Htoek LoU I te _______
MUCk YOU LIKE. : WIN .. ... tao Clark of u..
-the year 'rou.d Sinus.dnuectlcldo .- to use AS U41 .1. wllb 'mrr.CA1. ADVERTISEMENT ISIooBlscbIl4mLoteIIolloo.: 1
you .In and Sos
Clre.ll Coairt Martla VoiintrFlerMo. a II ta II lne.1 Block 111
foe healthier ; apon nncelpt o( proof of pu.ltaatlon IN COURT, IN AND to II Block 111, LoU 'IrJ I II.
I.ler Jlrlnc Kill landMiqultoe and"ari of tIle Botlo*. tha fiatltloul Itamato FOR IRyNDClct? FLORIDA.IN I.... LoU 15 I
'We inconvcn: ence.you'may.have experienced you to wtti PROBATEISTATa II to i:1: Hlock Ilt| Late 1 teIt
*. ro regret any Till COACH INCa. j Ine, a ;: Blork LoU I tot

4 Other $ ::4'i andor. waieb we will ......, .ki bualnoaa. OF TDTTHB FULLER ho,.. U A II. blob'

Safe and stainless I 'know how much we appreciate your helpful cooperation ndpatence'du! the ...1.> aw prlMlpol pmoa. of ...._ WILLOUOHBY IROTKE tl S Ina Block I III /1 .
.
ears 11-a haaA t' .III 'I'
hi Joaoa* oach, Martin Cow.., 1'1 : ? :; I : I
Pleasing odor. Pint Sic; Tim tao portlea Inloreetad I M aald. koolaoea OF FILING PETITION FOIl Block l 'Leu
: OF EXECUTO Bloek IOu. I to S Ina, I
DISCHARGE
,, FINAL
: .
K. Walkor and KtkolB :
Mel| Gallon $. 7j ret past few weeks.: ; Elliott ere IMrolbr af demon Boaekl, tkat Cbs ....... to .honOr .1... tkat I have Illj Leia 1 W (ne..Block
,
,
lenMn Hardware len.aeb. n..... mr final raturna .. Execute af
ox ntb r aareoM .kMereetod ll laid .... ,. WlII.n.hbr. II Block. II AMENDED
o Iho .1 ttd'b.: Ftller "t
Fla\ Stuart Feed I and determination .... ..... d.oomdi., lhmt I bsns fOod .p 11111'sfoe OF PALM CITY .to PSv2
to
>M nler Art. RUart We are glad'to be back together, united i in our efforts DOROTHY E. WALlta. .....,.._ and for final dtoohai.... 1'. I. P S c leal. 11.It,
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: .
STalk 5LLIOT SLed : .
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and tbnt on th* ttrd dar of J._ "'T.I I.. .
'" Mar i, t. It. 5541. will, ...... te th* Honorable Arthur R.Cllnta .

!ft. >.M, BTtnel jg, ? th QUICK DEPENDABLE and COURTEOUS SERVICE:YOU WANT. .-' Connie Jud.* W Martla. ComIc. Woo a. eim of LoIs I C .Slob
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C-vo you LECAL. ADVERTISEMENT Florida, for approval. W cold. final, rlera SI. ..d tot II. Slob Sa. poa?

N. : 4Soulhcrn and for: .. order af dlatrlbutma) SAIE010I.loqaNOdL.CIICK.
Inventory talk of I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX and for final' dtoctam. ae Eaeoatortho of .. 05 Cbs104 l..C at MIle I orNomoo ,
00 I" 11II. itort, KrtryUUwrAH : B"'Hoy Will if Eunhe. FaHar Wiltonehbr.SOaR .1. $0. al. ii.SOAIOO '

Jewelry-. ; hart : Bt.1 Tdeplio. ami Telegraph' Company Incorporated *, im .... lies I.. W1LLOITOHBY, Ia.svAr.staAaT EosoOCoOaT'.fl4MDs.. CoWiteallONRas

t NOTICt tS HEREBY GIVEN p
all,.r and ..ear.. 0020 > UaMAE ** *"" (
o"J.
MPHKS Iha holder tl lbs lot- .'fIII .
% to!; ..... 'TIll .lowing oortifk.Ua hoe fOod\ aald, ...... Atlocoor fW A..a Cl c., .
.. .. f...... for t .. hi a..haait hi .laL.orsrlda.o:; -* .
ana.eat.
SHOP tbt ..t. ,"Io. .... ,. "' .'''' 1> 0.' a C"f; DC4'
""If ..." .,A .. .J fml eartlffeaU tvnbal* CoO rat at ;.ib. Eon lU II.: II aid"III* I. II4Y.,., ..ttv. .

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II ilk, 11 I h PAGE SIX THE STUART yaws.J.XEAKT,Martin early, 'FIOBIDA,.TIHUWDAT> ,.HAS !,.WT.j .



- Should Vote Decent to End Grafti

'JJI: j !i it Legislature Pay


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;I \' ;! :, SPEAKER NOMINATEDTallahassee, May 22- -At an I Gainesville STATE TREES, May TEXT 22-'"DUE :I Shameful to Ask .Legislators Needed: A New Concept o

I Informal of House "
caucus members Trees of Florida, a
I ,111\1" held last week Representative text of the State'i native | To Serve Personal Expense
P. E. Murray of Polk County 1.1.
'I'It and now chairman ot the Powerful for the general reader, 1 Ia In The People by Board I
second printing and new
Finance and Taxation Committee
i
\\11 was nominated to be will 1 be available In the near f Legislators of Florida, how form\ jape you ,honorable .
t gentlemen going to stand the inference and in some cases
I Speaker of ,the House for the ure, University of Florida I
I t 1949 *&IIlon. He defeated Representative well-founded Instances of -graft charge which '.are -permeating Florida' LI. Board (which Is really Governor Cald- the individual or a corporate body which Und. l le
officials announced today. !
I 't ) Mi-Mullen of 'Tampa : I the 1947 session like a bad small Irom the past well' cabinet In j just another form) has attempted and i ill individual. The State's idea of selling; or leaning!
I 1 \ by vote o( 8231.PROBES The current bookie bill 'scandal Is nothing new, The dollar land title which has in the of
. AUTHORITIES NAMED still Attempting a billion grab which it takes over name "the people' ill,
I of Florida such stink
bombof
people practically expect one
} : PLANNED: 22-Three thrown into Confusion the title to every piece of river, bay dtitution of the dollar mark for the people's '
f rr' Orlando, May this nature every session. :Why In the plainest-(If lan righiu
Tallahassee;l', May 22-An In- ionally recognised authorities guage, the people are practical and they know that no and ocean front property in this State. On its face the idea is contrary to every
vratlgatlon of such features of vegetable merchandising and Proceeding on the false theory that the board itself B1Mt-
-ridiculous the rights of the
legislator can possibly get by on $6 precept concerning individual.
Intra-Mate bus services us standee Florida advertising diem which the Constitution provides.The per l is "the people of Florida," the board has laid claim to the subscribing (because of the 1 It( a
.i waiting! Moms and reserve! were named today to head millloni of acres of underwater lands, in this State, whose to money concerned) i\I
this
News does not share common cynicism. We super-Socialistic idea of the State above the
cuts will uecarried, by ther'oiida business program at the at least, individu
on title hall always been vested in common precept
believe that the great majority of Florida's legislators are is, in essence, exactly the type of theory, we
Railroad Commission annual Florida Vegetable object
the I n
to the edge of the navigable channel, in namesof
honorable men, sacrificing their time and effort for the "up abroad. Carried to its ridiculous
viclently
through June und mittee meeting her June extreme
i July ... ,... ._ the owners of theupland properties. Because of suspected -
'_ -- -- j good of their State and local areas. Except in a few glaring "State" under this theory, could have title (in; your,
,'. instances of venal and cynical' men, it .is our firm belief oil bonzanas, and the hitherto unsuspected presence of course) to the fish in the waters, and sell or I In
\ MARTIN COUNTY : that the Lgislature-at-large.is falsely\ 'branded.-.and of rare mineral in bay 'and ocean beach sands" both right to catch them to whomever It pleased. In fa*,
rich
that the root of the evil misapprehension is in the public State and Federal governments are fighting: over this has 'already edged out into this dangerous ground
the' failure of the prize-which in reality belongs to neither-bul;; to the k
WELL DRILLERS mind because of Legislature to vote : themselves.In leasing of oyster fishing and seaweed gathering "1'1/
I itself adequate pay, I people in Florida. It could claim ownership to the sky 01''I i
All Types of Pumping I We suggest that Senator Evans Crary -and Representative little Martin County, Florida's Internal Improvement head and presumably'charge you for the rain that [It
1\\ Marvin H. Rowell of Martin County take the leadIn i Board, is attempting to take away from the people of your land and for the air you breathe.It .
I NEW EQUIPMENT advancing a Constitutional amendment to pay the men this Area1 an asset which we bought and paid for on the 'I is high time that the Governor and the I. l.1
who serve their i State salaries commensurate with the! ridiculous ground that the state board itself is "the peo- muddying the ,water 'of private ownership
I top bn
I Charles Mayes & Jack Gipson cost of living in 1947-not what was regarded "magru-1''"ple"_with the opposition of St. Lucie Inlet Board & Port of the tantalizing billions they see in the deal for ,

318 E. fourth St. Garage Apt. I flcent pay" back shortly After 'the Civil War. Authority, which is composed of Martin County Commission cians-and do their part, Instead, to clarify the (fu p

I t Just West of ."Or. Parker's Office I Virtue, sincerity and honesty are not"qualities ;to. be I plus Lane Jennings and Dewey Crawford of St. Lucie mental American premise X>f Individual ownershi
When State views with in County since the district also comprises part of St. Lucie I |
cheaply regarded. a tongue lands, wet or dry, and group sharing by the people
t .. I'cheek the moral character of its Legislature,this Insidious,, .County.Martin natural assets which are every American's heritage. '
I dry-rot spreads throughout the. entire structure of government -: County spent $1,250,000 attempting to dig a Before the local board "weakens" In a case! U
I deep-water channel and'a turning: basin here back some 21 let every member realize' how far-sweeping<< the w
I There has probably never been a'more'cynical' InQuiry years ago. The channel filled In, leaving: Us only the quenC, and how vital the Issue of integrity involved.
FUGATE and GREENLEES addressed to a neophyte legislator that the queryof I north jetty of the inlet and about a 5-acre property at the matter how much money It takes to retain what Is n
Rep. H, C. Barnhill Okalocsa. County to Rep. JamesY. mouth of Manatee Pocketwhich was created by sand fill fully ours, that money will be well spent. The |prier>
Wilson of Columbia Monday. Wilson, newly-elected during the attempt to dig the channel. Involved is the plain people vs. the super-State, and

Engineering! Surveying, Blue PrintsEstimates member of the House, was defending the motion to suspend The upland area along which .the fill was made was Inlet & Port Atuhority> can rest assured that the peon I Rep. Bernie C. Papy of Key West while bribe charges deeded to the county before we began dredging by the Martin County will back them up on that issue till
''were investigated, with the admonition that "if we start Port Sewall Realty Company, which stipulated in its deed freezes
Submitted over.
Request
on weakening' now, we might an, well tell the people of .the
that the property was to be used as a marine terminal. .
State we can't wash our linen. There was never the slightest question in the minds of BOMAR WINS CLASSIC er an eight-game icon( 303 E. 41h STRF.ET STUART, FLORIDA | Barnhill rose and asked Wilson; "This is your first anyone here among the people but that the inlet body Monday night to take the t
PHONE 311 term isn't it?" owned the property. For a generation it has been recorded Buffalo, May M- The Inference behind that -question was that thts is Buddy Bomar put \togeth the Petersen
in Martin County's name-guarded--by successive boards!! _. bowling. dim
.. -- ,....- -. I "old stuff" for the legislators, nothing to get excited about of county commissioners for future use for the public good. --- -
I and regular "run-of-the-mill" for old hands at the game. And "public good" in this case means for the good of the
I The point at issue is that now is the time for all men : people of the district, who are still paying on the inlet CLINT0NE
I''f" PROTECTYOUR I cf honor and integrity in the Legislature to clean house,
j salaries and forever end the bonds.This
tote themselves adequate -
THE ONLY WAX OF ITS KIND.
idea was not new, but in Caldwell's administration -
Iinference "the is
in the public Legislature just!
I'' editthas gained force through 'advancing .the theory MAKES YOUR CAR LOOK NEW,
that to be. ,
CLOTHES Naturally way I that the tate meaning the politicians at LASTS THREE TIMES LONGER
presumably !
1s insufferable state of affairs. The truth is
i I This an Tallahassee, owned and could,sell all underwater lands in ASK THE CAR OWNER WHO HAS A CLINTON
in Florida takes
I this and county .an
that county
lUve your Winter Clothing, Blankets, etc.. Dry unfair ride" out of every the It elects to them..: Florida's rivers and bay The Governor took this idea to ;JOB
"free men serve
Cleaned and either Moth-Proofed or Put in Moth.I" Washington where it failed to click, although it had strong SPRAYED INTO EVERY CORNER &: CREVICE
I IIn order to live to reflect the natural honor'
l' properly so as
Proof Bag for the Summer. Take of OVER ..HALFHUNDRED JOBS IN STUART
s advantage our support from California which seeks similar ownership of
of the position, it costs most of them from $2,000 to $3,000 I
Famous lit rlou Moth-Proofing>> Service, I, underwater lands because of the oil bonanza. The wide-
;
be of service. In ,
out of their own pockets just to public
scale oil exploration in Florida gave impetus to the idea Stuart Service Station
addition, of them sacrifice income from businesses :
I 1 {or professions many which they must leave untended. To be that there was !"big money" under, the surface of the

) GEORGE unfairly "placed under a cloud" on top of all of this is rivers: and bays. Discovery of valuable rare minerals inFlorida's
\ KEITH ; the most affable human nature ocean and bay sands during the war further
__ I enough of itself to cause : ] 1
spurred the idea that there was a jack-pot'under the wa- "'"

f' Martin County Cleaners to turn The sour people of Florida are practical-minded. They ter in this State k.m..eew....

t \ I know that "the laborer is worthy of his hire." They know Now, for many years, the federal government' has

\e Phone 190 P. O. Box 906 that not even a hotel room can be rented in Tallahasseeon assumed, custodianship-but not property rights-for all | VENETIANBLINDS'
that $6 per day salary Now is the time for .a Constitutional navigable! waterways. In Florida, if you want to build a
it"I amendment paying adequate salaries for one of pier or a causeway or fill in the land in front of your prop-
...; the most important jobs in this State-the business oflegislating. erty, first you must ask permission of the U.:S. Engineer 1

; It will meet with public favor from one end Dept., which surveys your request from the grounds of

I ; J' item where I sit... Jy Joe Marsh of the State to the other._ navigation.give the If it green doesn't light.interfere with. boating, the Engineers

tk ,');f fi .1 But along came the I.I. Board, with the bold claim HOME FURNISHINGS!
; AUTHORITY CITED MORE ABOUT of actually owning the underwater'lands the an-

i f' I Tallahassee, May 22 A tame nouncement that all fills beyond former shoreline despitethe
J ; li\ When Ed's Crops failea and fish warden does not have BILL TO KILL fact that they had been approved by the Engineer

\ authority without warrant to Dept.. now belonged to the State-and would have to be McMillan Furniture Co.

I 1' search the clothing or lodge ota (Continued; 'From Page One) repurchased from the State. According to Governor Cald 610 ORANGE AVE. FORT PIERCE PHONE 699
"1 f I. Three. year ago Ed Smith's'; luck Two hours later, Ed was In pos- hunter\ or fisher unless he finds I well's concept, the I.I. Board owned billions of dollars .-
,f vl" went had Hi* crops (ull'rd, and it session of bit home and furnish the person violating the tame be liquidated within four years. worth of valuable property already created by progressive
I y wont lung before Ed's home and ing; and the folks who'd paid fur and fish laws Attorney GeneralJ. The principal objection 'to the individuals up and down the Florida coastline. The title I .
I 1 I" furslnhinfti '" re up fur auction. them, were fitting around Ed' flit Tom Watson has advised. bill is that the abolition of the : to some of the finest resort property in South Florida was
drainage dlstfYit commission' -and is in jeopardy. Further, the LI. Board
j Half( the town turned out, and enjoying a neighborly glass of beer t. announced
in tr' Ell
I R ( were a bunch at hungry vul.th.'r' confidence In Ed. body to co-ordinate the activitiesof filling-In after the preliminary Emgetting the Engineer i

t I ture-- uuyiiiK", up wl| his, previous Today, Ed's back m his fretan.potetssions the various counties.A Dept. green liht, property-owners must pay the State I 11. brl 1001! .
: for a song.N'hcn other constructive member. of the BILL TO RAISELICENSES'COST I solution for this objection Is Board Sc a yard for all sand or mud pumped up from the ,
(Ii i, community. And from where I ail river or bay'bottoms.This .
it offered by the Miami)
I was and the Dally News
I 1 over suewive all .been well repaid-I Hood black-jacking of the people-the real people- R 1
J, I I i, : r lluui.T had left. Ram Ahernathr Investment in a foul mss which notes that"the State Con- in the name of hypothetical board which took over for itself 1't i
taut In the erimd and
I MAli
I, fo ., wyt servation Board consisting of the God-given rights of the citizens of Florida, did not
rfeiit.; lolkii 1.take time out furrfiri
the Governor and his Cabinet
)\ 11. unprotested untaught. In Fort Pierce in which
a
go or case
'
ate. "f ( then this ,
a KyvaJid put c9 e -fAytJ well could be given coordinating
the I.I. Board sought to grab the valuable waterfront
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tluir I 1. UI-.T It
14< b.'IcmiP: \ Judge Arthur R. Clonts, Mar- bill. authority The Conservation by amending Board the Is created In making the port, the IJ. Board was defeated in
Judge, has tilled
tin County made up of elective officials/ and the Supreme Court, which held that the persons makingthe
eyright,19i7.United Slain Bremen. fuuiulaik himself with other county judges ls thus answerable to the voter fill owned the property. But, nevertheless, this pet

'' JJ ___. In Florida opposing the recently- A grant of co-ordinating au- idea of the Governor's was not; abandoned. It still hangs
Introduced Senate bill to increase thority to this board would be like a threat over the heads of every owner of Florida wa- Man olive. if you'love good tools you'll have CI

!'\ the cost of driver's licenses in In line with other legislation terfrontage private or public. picnic in our tool deportment-gleaming' teen
I. which has been presented to In little Martin County, where it would have
this State. gone entirely
.I I the edged tools, strearnlined" shop olds- tools for just
: statement this bill fol- Legislature. The Conservation unnoticed had it not been brought to the attentionof
1.1 I His on Board Is to, be empoweredto the I.I. Board, an Individual sought to buy or lease the every purpose. And the prices? 4 shucks they'reless
lows: make a statewide study of county-owned terminal site, and when that failed values!
uI "The Department of Public water conditions and to formu- (made an application than you'd thinks Look ot these typical
was shortly thereafter to Tallahassee,
Is to hate the
Safety attempting late
a conservation for
EXTRA
I I Legislature Increase and changethe presentation: to the program next Legis Encouraged by this evidence of faith in its conceptof
.' MILEAGE price of driver's licenses. The lature. This Co-ordinating authority ownership (despite the Fort Pierce reversal) the I.I.
Department of Public "Safety's< would be In line with the Board promptly issued a lease to a private individual on :
4 AT NO EXTRA COST argument is the department board's knowledge; obtained Martin'County's land. The county immediately challenged 11 fh, :
needs more money. through the study." this State ownership-grab attempt and hired the same

GODoLiE4R'IIIS' "The county Judges are opposed The Belle Glade Herald reports, attorney who won the Fort Pierce case-but, politics being f.' ','" 't(t',1,, '$i-
to any Increase In the a conference with representatives -, what they are, and this being a mighty small\ political ;
price of driver's licenses and are of the U. 8. Engineer Office subdivision against a mighty big one, there have been some
exposing this legislation\ to Increase was Held Saturday to discuss "signs of weakening," fi7oJGrfpHACKSAWRATCHET/ : WACJM

the price of such licenses. 'plant formulated by them concerning -, This is an issue on which' there should be no com aleck. ghee ladled Nshl-grip. =ei..af. Plated' is.dlsseshls :
You pay no premium lot "At'the present time the State i Federal aid to the district" -: ..
.
promise. It Involves the rightful heritage of all the 'eckew, Climes ... .. .
Goodyear Deluxe tires--. Highway Patrol has equipped itself and "then Is high hope peo- hU ... ..edM'ges
3 i Yet", the sturdy Goodyear with can, radios and radio that some Federal aid In An I pie who own waterfrontage in Florida. To compromise is fr._' IMe soft Raveralble. $Z.Dd
I i hat .a longer wearing stations which art maintained over-all water control plan will to put a flaw In the title of every piece of waterfront in !t- '"lltl. MM."n. 650 ,...... ............ _
.
t tread, the toughest, up to date and It has been reported be available." this State. St. Lucie Inlet Port Authority Commissioners
on
Mr the road. Gel bonus to me, thourgh a reliable' The Martin 'County' Commll- have a sacred trust-to (guard {inviolate the rights of the S:rOLT *UP*
mileage for the tame a source, that the department has lion was In receipt. Tuesday of people in this property which belongs .to all of us here in .JOINT
"" price-see us for a set at the present time a surplus on a resolution adopted by Palm Martin Cluntynd not to the' IJ. Board; and they havea TAPE
ol Deluxe hand of some 1800.000. Beach, Browsed and Dade further wide-reaching responsibility as American citi- flKftS!
tires 16 11 "In the face of this, to'legislate County Commissions opposing bens to :fight this venal concept of d State Board assuming 'J"J.80'

now. $ O New Tiro Deserve an Increase In the price of the passage of the bill but no the property rights which belong to civic bodies or indivi $ 88cH.IKMMW .
win bea .
.. driver's licenses certainly
t official action was taken. .,
.
,r ....i.e. tow Tutwtj needless Imposition on the duals.If .... .tyns. *-
It U
reported In the Palm <
this idea goes much further it will block the future al. e.a. "W
public, and I feel It my reaponslblllty Beach Sun that "th reaction to OA .ltoid.>.. how t'.1..law l to' ,
to appraise the public of development of wat'erfrontage in Florida stop men of 3i'J.'l"! :i
the PeepteslUU la the back :: :: "Wf""i23. .
vision and initiative
-T"-IN I the department's attitude In the country' was direct and Immediate. from filling' in lowlands and creating -**/ "" '
I BestsarMN .i w ..'
y See
matter.'Personally. It was M though hurricane such resort as Miami Beach out of the mangrove swamps .,, l
need for It will cause the value of waterfrontage to '
I act no warnings had been hoisted from plummet. Whowants .. ...
In the or kind to own a piece of river front when the -- .
any change price Key,West to Tltusvule. A large or bay next
Wiley Motor Co. of driver's licenses because the delegation of dirt farmers and storm may conceivably pile up a sand beach in front of I '
public is accustomed to the planters moved Into Tallahasseeto I your property lineVtitle to;: which will be claimed .br.. the Stuart# HarcKwe Co
present rules. .A change win ft- offer battleto Peeples and.the ,LI. Board? \ ,
t North Federal Highway Stuart, Florida
lult In confusion, expense and small
obstructionist block toe I The "people" \not a handful of top politicians
a lot of dissatisfaction": peprttents., Tallahassee but'tht
I -. rmJa in-America, stand for Now

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THE STUART' NEWS, 'STtART?Martin' County, FLORIDA? THURSDAY: MAT II, 1941. r PAGE 'SEY1Ii'!
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Stuart News Y Weekly Market, Basket Page ., .


;'A1N1NO APPROVED varsity credit In cooperation with miimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii/ Blomfleld filled.the pulpit, The -week at the home of Mr. and,I 4 COUNTY SCHOOLS edible fate according to a report /Salvage Committee Ine Industrial .I I. "

lacknonvllle I; May :22 An- the State Board of Health laboratories Palm City News 1 sermon was one of great Interest Mrs Victor Conklin at Eden- GET REIMBURSEMENT made yesterday' at the quarterly I fats will\ continue to be t'I> ::1 I
!ncement that the Board of wan made here By Dr. and all who heard It were of the lawn, : Tallahassee, May 22- (ENS)- meeting of ,the American Fat scarce, the report Indicated 1 i"; f;
?ted has approved the pian' A. V Hardy, director, Bureau of 'By ANNA B. DAY opinion that our church wouldbe Mr, and Mrs Krumm were' The Martin County Board of ---- ----- ---._-- -- -- ---- -- -- -- -- ---- \ : :1,1'1'', ; \ '
for unl- Laboratories '
graduate training his surprised by the arrival of her:
iiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiumiiiHimimii fortunate Indeed to obtain Public Instruction received $501- '
nephews early last week from 17 last week as rtlnbursement "We Sell Best"t I the Rest"BA1RTLETT ;
services. They too teemed to be the tM.I "We Service i1' :' ,fI
The Rev. Stanley r Blomfleld, pleased with their welcome, the Montor, Ohio. They are Charles for school lunchroom food ..expendltures I I
D.D. and Mrs. Blomfleld of and Jack Sandburg, sons of Mr. for the month of 1 1
SALES See U. For church and parsonage and the BROS.. ::1 I
I r1
and Mrs. Mark both
of Sandburg March, State Superintendent ofl I
-t H Penny I arms and Daytona congregation and choir If called
& mt.'i Repairs and Beach were Palm City visitors! I ito the pastorate they no doubt,known here from their visits at Public Instruction Colin English, '
1 the Krumm home. STROMBERG CARLSON ; '
.JJJl1Jf: : :. over the week end They arrivedSaturday I will\ accept the charge If possible They are announced In Tallahassee } 1'y
I 1 spending their 10 day vacation English said four schools In ftli ,
SERVICE Parts afternoon and were the,for them to do so.i \ :
dinner guests of Mrs. Marlon i The Rev land Mri Harrison L.I enjoying here. the boating. and fishing the county.had filed claims forreimbursement Motorola RADIOS Emerson i'l:1'; :
i and that the
B. risk of stuart. Later they Packard who left by motor April i
ARNOLD BAUER proceeded to the Palm City 12 for Antrim, N. H., have written Mr and Mrs. Fred Holly left check represented 100-per I
Church parsonage where they I that Thursday they 'were Sunday by train tor New Jersey, payment for claims filed.CONSUMPTION I cent I NEW ,FADA USED I'll, 'I,: "
New York Island for
;i. Lucte Boulevard Phone 142-W made their home until Monday.i nearing !home with the weather and Long FIGURESThe 317 O crola Ave.. Phone Stuart 209 ;JJh
Dr, Blomfleld was here at the{I getting colder as they went. the summer Mrs. Holly \Is the Inspection Bureau of the: : { :
-------- --- .- request of the church people Dr. and Mrs Blomfleld wereI former Mrs, Oscar Cobb, State Department of Agriculture I \+ tt(
--- ----- --- --- L\ i
that he might know something of i the hono..d1nner guests Of Mr. reports 217165: gal of gasoline I I
what he might expect should he I Land Mrs. R. R. Wallace and Mr. BID MADE' TO BUILD and 13.891 gal I of kerosene were ,'
I be called to the pastorate here,I and Mrs Paul DeVlllblss at the PIER AT PORT SEWS!.!. consumed In Martin. County last, 1"1'1.
CENTRAL MARKETMEAT I as well as to give the congregation Wallace farm home Sunday the Application War Department 1 lias been by made R. to C month. I Homogenized Milk? J : : J
a chance to know him and(Other dinner guests were Mrs t ,
Schock of Hoboken,N.I.,to con- ADMINISTRATION SII1FTFD ,
his wife Marlon B. Fink and Mri Anna "
I On at B. Day. A fried chicken dinner struct a pier at his! property in Administration of price controls ; ,
Sunday 11 I a m Dr I )Homoireni/alion[ h a method used to break down
Bewail the !
PRODUCE and GROCERIES was social served.time During was the enjoyed afternoon es- shore Port of the St.on Lucie River westerly.The ed on on by rice CPA,until, has recently been delegated carrl j (jtittf'rfat( globulei' (cream)) In jreguhtr, imstuinrM i t(j4'i'':1 ,

., II, piano music by Mr Wal- proposed pier would' be about to the V S. Department ot milk Ii more easily dIgested/ All the valuable ele-1 ,''If'i ,
SERVICE wti
II miles downstream from the
COURTEOUS 11. la laceDr Roosevelt 3 here, Agriculture sugar rationing administration .' meats pre\, I left Intact ,are better distributed throughout ,' I :
: Blomfleld Bridge by direction of Secretary
and Mrs
. and
.CONVENIENTLY LOCATED r risk\ were the Sunday even- The proposed concrete pier of Agriculture Clinton P. (he entire litUte.'I I ',iF!';; d ,,1' II
.
Into the river
would
project Anderson according to an announcement
Ing luncheon
2nd and Akron Joe Brooks guests of Mrs. Day :
BREAD. I at her home about 120 ft. from the high water by A.D Simpson,of AIJAIl\ Homogenized in Vitamin I) FortifiPilTliH \ I ; 4 HII
.. shore line at a 30-degree angleto Atlanta SRAs regional sugar I ',' .
j Mr. and Mrs Jack Link were ( k
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the shore line, and would ,.
business visitors \In Fort Pierce terminate in a L-shaped head executive fat.the vitamin so ncce-wary in ,the proper I I J ,tI ll
Monday about 40 ft, long and I ft. Wide FATS STILL SCARCE I' ,fund Ion of bone! and tooth building mnifrols/ calcium : r'r' ,\,
Mrs the
Monday Day was
!dinner guest of Mrs risk In the The approach pin would be about and fhrtftphoru$. Good! for kids jjood for ,rro\n- ; I
The big new loaf jouV been looking forIIIP ,afternoon they were Fort Pierce S ft. wide. The center line domestic New York' May 22-Increased e1rf'JI'nt for( baby formula! -- 'it1.I j 'I ..i .I 1 I''
production of fate arid
shoreward end the
of the of pier
been for visitors at the' horn of Mrs. H. I l III IIIUJite.
fine flavor i
jou'\e longing I L Paulk and Dr. and Mrs. C. H. would be located M ft south of oils during.1947 will affect..only I \ { I lil', Hi !,
i// v I Hoyle. Dr. Hoyle, who recently I the .north line ofSchpcki' property I ASK Kilt AlKAH HOMOOnM7FI. I f'' J:'

I suffered two strokes U recover Today's- Milk Today ''i l', ;
Milk AT YOUR DEALER
,ing and la now able to resume I : ,I
1AftVEL his practice three days a week.I NEW SUGAR STAMP Producedand '
I Their daughter Gloria, stricken I GOOD ON JUNE 1 ''j'
:: vi ,last week with appendicitis, returned !
;: I home 'Tuesday> She Is I Thrifty Florida housewiveswho 'I
I can or preserve fruits or Pasteurized J\LFAI\ "
recovering nicely after the -
operation
&M&t put up fruit Juices this,summer. In Martin 'I' ,
l: Mr. and Mrs 1. E. Markel are for legitimate sale may get extra CountyBarat's I i'' s.t'IVES' .; :
sugar for the purpose, Harold
WHITE DREAD dally expecting their son and
I, Martin branch office direct DairyP. PALM BEACH if f ;, :
wife home for a visit from Atlanta 1,1:1'
where he la employed. tor of the U. S. Department ofAgricultures : ., l

4 MT ... I Clifford Petty spent several administration,sugar said this rationing week., O. Box 1042 Stuart 456 Ilmurifro Dirve I'holie 7171 : ,,II
1 AfJ. M MH + days over Mothers Day week end I
r' 1'A' Ik loaf M 7 sreaa rt>iTC..f I with his family In Miami and ply The to same Institutional rule he said users, will which ap-I,: I_-:-=:: ___ .____ J ; )
returned here last week. '
M'OA CY IrNfNlRfSNNESJfAOfS ,efAOlS r r l I The Rev and Mrs. Loring B.j prepare fruits! or Juices for sale.I Mt
_ fAEI QEMfMBfR flA Martin also pointed out that: "
g4TED
Chase of Lake Como returned to .
'their summer home at East the years second 10 Ib. sugarstamp I H
I Northfleld Maas, recently, They --No. 12- will 1 'be calldat-i{ GROCERY SPECIALS I
------ -- ed a month earlier than previously .
expect to return In the fall to ,
TRY IT WITH EGGS CRISP CALIF ICEBERG Lake Como. scheduled, and will be 1,
good on or after June 1. He reminded -
SPAN( 'SS 35c LETTUCE 2 31c :will. Mr.leave and Sunday Mrs. Victor for their Conklin home housewives, however,I SPECIAL' OFFER. 1 LB. CAN #
Heads I,at Sauk Center, Minn They expect that Stamp No. 12 must last
-- ----- --_- home users until Oct 91
to return In the fall for I
'NABISCO PREMIUM NEW CROP TEXAS Chase & Sanborn 45 it
several months and build a home NATIONAL MARITIME DAY : Coffee )C
!at Edenlawn Later they will
{BACKERS R EL cI'ONIPNULLa.14c 3 to California for the balance. go of By, Presidential proclamationtoday
;; TENDERLEAF TEA BAGS
I the winter season \Is being observed as National -I AND 1 PKG. 8
I Maritime and citizens
"" Day
Mrs M. B. Flak MIsS Viola .
SPARKLE MIXTURE FOR CRISP LARGE STALK I Xrelder and Mr.and Mrs.Charles are urged to display a flag today PRIDE OF THE VALLEY i'
at their hornet and other
PUDDING 3 20c CELERY 16c I Krumm were dinner guests last suitable places

Pkgs. Stalk- ,. Cream White Corn 2 No. 2 Cans 29cHAPPY
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TALCO 20%/ FANCY FRESH

DAIRYIM L 4.13'-POLE': BEANS 2 33cTALCO SPECIALSFridaySaturday : VALE EARLY JUNE OVERSEAS GRAPEFRUIT 4f.

TALCO -- -... .SIZE CUBAN PEHS21L':'n: 29c JUICE 2 c'J: 25c .

rY ,
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SCRATCHY L: 4.83 I PINEAPPLES.. 25c May 23-24 MOTTS APPLE CAMPBELL'S TOMATO ,

: FRESH FLAVOR JUICE 23c SOUP 3 r:; 29c '
lb. JUICY LARGE SIZE FLORIDA ,Quart ; ,
CRISCO .3 ------1 37 PEAS 2 Si: 27
-Can. ORANGES.. 30c _-_.._._.. c I MIDSUMMER YELLOW FREESTONE SUNSHINE HI.HOCRACKERS,1 ,

TETLEY'S. I PEACHES r": 23c 1 B, :X 25c .If.

SUPER-RIGHT MEATS I
.' SOFT.A.SILK ONE-QUARTER LB.

: TEA _:....L.27c
ROUND di SIRLOIN CAKE FLOUR Bo= 35c PKG. Meat
Department Specials
STEAK 73c -- OCTAGON I
Pound CAMAY TOILET

CHUCK ---- SOAP 3 Bars '.. 27c CLEANSER" 3 3CANS .-..-....... _. 14c PRIME WESTERN BEEF 1' i

=-- -
ROAST Pound 43c, BOOK ASSORTED SIRLOIN OR ROUND STEAK .. .. Lb. 65c

---- 13cEF
FRESH GROUND MATCHES, Pkg.. COLD CUTS .._.-_._--- - 49c STANDING RIB ROAST .. .... .. .. Lb. 59c r

Pound 35c 8L1J-WHITE 3 Ph. 2&c HERMAN'S I RIB OR BRISKET I STEW.. ,._ ... ....... .............Lb. 20c l"' p

nTH SHANKLESS '
39c BACON
WEIttERS POUND _. __:..i___...._______.

PICNICS. round_ .45c-_ sOAP 2 Bare.: .____ ___ 35cU GRADE ACUBED RATH'S BLACK HAWK IN LAYER ..... .......Lb. G5c 'lrPx''

\ B SHOULDER 65c SWIFTS PREMIUM IN PIECE u", ....... u ...... ......Lb. 63cPOULTRY

ROAST ,37 c STEAKS POUND .._...,...___

Pound- ______ IVORY I

BACON A : 69c FLAKES t;::: 3Sc COMPLETE UNE OF PICNIC SUPPLIES FRESH. DRESSED AND DRAWN. HENS ............Lb. 49c '

See Us For t '
... TENDER YOUNG FRYERS: ... .. ............_....,.....Lb. 65c k ,


!SALT PORK u3Sc DIEFT urge Box.. 32c I i BIftD EYE FROZEN' FOODS OLEO 9-


COLD MEDAL CORN ..... ..... 19c? PEACHES.__._ 32c ALLSWEET OR NUCOA .,'...?..-.;..................:.._Lb. 35c 'r

FLOUR 19.1L. bag 53c I-Ib. U,. OLD DUTCH Mixed Vegetables 23c; Mixed'Fruit. 39c WISCONSIN DAISY CHEESE ?- ..........,....w-, ..Lb. 49c *

.1.03 CLEANSER 2Cann 19c. HERMANN'S ORANGE. BAND WEINERS_.....Lb. 34c
zoo .
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rAGE, lIGHT THE STUART NEWS, STUART SlArds County, IMORIDA.eTHURSDAY MAT n..un, 4


-- -- EXHIBITION IS REOPENED IN demists purpose' In and hotels.use* for !


J I ,!J 1, The South Looks Forward as United States Supreme Court BRUSSELS'A lions and voted etc are not"to reSt' '

i use of the fish by S'I

Vi:Al; Casts off' Freight Rate Sh ackles Ihiposed After Civil War commercial The directors sale' agreed of as ( ,

___-_ wrong, specifically'
I the bill I be revised to
I \ ', (Tallahassee Democrat) WILDLIFE 'F FOES CONSIDERATION :ASKED mercial sale of sailfish Stop:fix :?:

It now appears the South with t the aid of the United FOR HOUSE BILL 773 bait or food-but eliminating

i \ 'Mutes Supreme Court, has cast off shackles of discriminatory miaa;; other features "V
I after the Civil War. TO ALL OF THE President
I' ( freight rates imposed SEEK REVENGE Harry Dyer ,
1'1 "1.1 The crushing injustice against the South will end as LEGISLATURE! ed Rep. Rowell by telmZ

.\ 1 the result! of a 7-2 decision by which the Supreme Courti It Is respectfully requestedthat outlining the clubi viewli(011'

I y I ," upheld an order of the Interstate ---- ----- ON GAME BODYWould you live serious consider legislation "
atlon to House Bill 17S beforeapproving -
_
:
i Commerce Commission tort DISSOLVING OF'
i.! | t' \: equalization of freight rates on MOSQUITO UNITBACKWARD It. TJJs: bill -
takes from the State
away
H! manufactured II III
j \ product, STEPTallahassee '
I Abolish Game & Board of Health tat puts lathe
I ,: p It means. In substanct) that -

f when the, ord<'r changes an' put: May ZJ A Fresh Water lit StateIn Commission the Department responsibility of Air Agriculture all sanitary REAL;

I. Into effect an article manufactured bill abolishing Martin County and
Inspections regulatIons
In the South will move In Antl-Mosquito Board and placing "- I .
revenge on the Game &" relating to the production,
at freight its duties in the hands of
Interstate commerce -
I Fresh Water Fish Commissions processing and distribution at
rates equalized on a mileagebasis Martin County commissioners
1 J attempt to protect the freshwater milk. Such Inspection and regulation ESTATE
with elhrg for became law without the Governors
fish of Lake'Okeechobee' Is of tremendous Importance .
similar Roods\ manufactured in i signature Wednesday and the St. Johns River. commercial to public health because .

the North.For I This legislation, sponsored by fishing Interests In those! many diseases Including Properties of all kinG
.' many yeal'S the South has Rep, Marvin H. Rowell knockson
1 areas got a measure approved by typhoid, septic sore throat and
Hhked for !justice nothing more the head the efficlently-func the HowPToriimlttee on constitutional undulant fever are transmitted for sale.Also: .
I
One of the outstanding leadersIn Uniting Antl-Mosquito unit here. Is
amendments Tues. by milk that produced andmarketed
thin long ftttht! was Folrlda's"rrry which has ben spraying Martin .
under sanitary
which would abolish the Improper
W County areas DDT iniur.anco. "
and this
I present commission and providefor conditions occurs
Stato Railroad Commission The spring-and transfers! Its dutiesto
a game and !Ifsh commissioner not just occasslonally but .
---I
he back In 1935 overloaded
Idea presented
an Already county
I to be elected by the people. frequently It would make It ,\
taken -- becauw Jerry Is which has neitherthe" I
were up commission,
I In effect, this man would be \Impossible for the State Board II
a persistent fellow -- by the time the experience or the merely a figurehead, becausethe of Health to perform its Contltutlonsjl ...,.... -. I
Southeastern Governor conference desire to handle the Job
I and other organisations I proposed measure would live function of protecting Crowds mote Into the centenary palaces la Brus. national Trade Fair after a lapse since 193)els I Edward Mapp
the health of the State
the Legislature full control over U renewal of the'Inter- '
Now the Court, objection Belgium Inspect
I of Eastern OVa.e[ : and hatcheries and all gam* and and preventing epidemics. -
SUUCIEBANSNETS I fish regulation at present administered Realtor
Eastern railroads, has approvedan :
by the commission FAMED CALIFORNIA BRIDGE HAS BIRTHDAY MORE ABOUT
ICC order that rates shouldbe SPURT P O. Arcade BId
OCCURSContinued ,.
constitutional body
which as a "
10 cent I In tbe
Increased
per
eastern territory and decreased IN RIVER Is not responsible to either the -:1': ::; ; SJULFISHCLUBContinued Phone 19

10 per cent In' the southern territory Governor or the Legislature ( From Page/: One) I ,. is t...!' .... ,.

This is aa attempt to but non-political and free to act -- ., ... ...1 7wLl ; 'J: ( From Page One)
as It sees best to protect fishand which there will be front and :
equalize so-culled class rates applicable ABOVE THE LINE .w"
on shipments of manu game, comer doors. and Installation of :
factured prodwts Vigorous opposition Is expected a new fountain.. He expects to mist other than on written proof

It \Is a great day for' the South. I on this measure from sportsmen Increase the number of his em. -, of ownership by an angler WANTEDYARD

It means this area once St. Lucie River Declared and progressive Individuals! ployes after the work is finished The sailfish Club, while

ed by President Fresh Water In Upper throughout Florida and hopes to be able to remain heartily In favor of cutting downon WORK

Nations No I descrlb-I Bay -- open while It is under way the number of Sailfish killed, LANDSCAPINGGENERAL

I ;em" Is to be relieved of MORE ABOUT I He also 11. completing the pointed out that In Its view the REPAIRS

criminatory rates shackles and According to news dispatches' furnishing of four four-room law would result In more sail-

allowed to grow In Industrial development from Fort pierce, action by St. PARADE HOLIDAY apartments on the second floorof fish being killed than before WINDOW WASHING-

on a competitive basis Lucie County Commission Tues the building and expects to establishing an anglers "rightto BUSINESS &RESIDEM

with the long-established east. day banned the use of nets of (Continued/ From Page One) have them ready for occupancy kill and keep one sailfish per CAR WASHING AND

It means an Iron stove for any kind In the North Fork of within 30 daYLThe day. A party of four fishermen, POLISHING

example manufactured In Rome the St Lucie River anywherefive the first such campaign and other permits Include: captain and mate Could legally TREE REMOVAL AND
-4 be 7SO milesnorththard feet north of the St Luciecounty .. return to port with six dead sailfish
shipped .
Oa may I stated his belief that another Tar Otu Kuala: of LM It UKltchlal -
I line I .hdl.,._. chaai. af Mold.stitim '> PLANTING
on the same freight Intensive effort should be -while the current practiceat
more ,
.
I i< to ul. d of bill dint and add afbr
rate charged for shipping I 750 Acting on request of a delegation made In October before the 0 .II timdl. W raalataaa IIM Stuart, fostered by the release MIMEOGRAPHING WO

miles southward an Iron stove of St Lucie County sportsmen tourist Influx Both drives are for Otto Kuala. .Lot.. I. Str_.aa Sub. Button Idea and a code of ROAD BUILDING
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made In Olean N. Y Heretofore, and J. W. Corbett, memberof needed In 1948 to.. get the city .di:( 'i.ioltttoo' tied addHlaa. repair af I* C li Pb"11:1.1t IZ ethics among sportsmen and DOCK REPAIRS

such 1 Items manufactured In the the State Oame &" Fresh Water loklng Its very best, Baker _. : be.. S4 by II ft, l.e.. captains ls to urge jUie release
...
Ul S. FrailerUnco PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
I South have moved northward at Fish Commission, the county opined. C Far Hubart t. --.w black- ." -lot., IN, of most fish caught -

a freight rate disadvantage board officially designated that The1 committee's thanks also ..,1..* mldaaat 1 II...." Directors also believe that k

sometimes as high as 50 per cent.: portion of the river as the saltwater was expressed to the P. O Far Hubnt, _.-..*_block n... Lat... ";44"t-owd rraikrCrateeat extra Sailfish mounted by taxi- What have to sell, I l lIt
you
There It a long history In this limit, all above the line Thomas Grocery Store and the 0....... ituaea.' dunka ratld,.. .a SI by
I freight rate discrimination For being regarded as fresh water Bell for dona. n ft.. $3.000. The experts said It couldn be done, but San Francisco famed ,-- with us for proper hn
Baking Company :
: Lou 0 aad IAatandnl .
For Brrnard Cokar
these many years, the South had The former fresh water limit tions of food for the noontimefeed Plot o( Seat: I.... au>rln. two Golden Gate Bridge will be II years old next Tuesday. and It COUNTY BOND SALEA ing. Register. with ui I
the .lkll.... to U>U 14 ..d IIflaar .1", .. stands to silence the last of those skeptics This (.200-ft. structure
S miles north at
a favorable freight rate on agricultural I was some at the Civic Center for .tI... ..d ........ to _1010. .... '' employment. Cement bio,
product and raw materials narrows of the North Fork. The workers and to the Boy Scouts ,.. H..h P. a....., .... -.uk t the longest single span In the world, cost leu than 115000 .- total of $9381 was Invested' .

stripped; northward But new limit extends roughly from I for their advertising of the campaign I._.....-...'Wiam. II, uphill... .. It.roof I for_ mlproVoeUni ..fib I. ,000, has 29.000 autos crossing It daily and doesn cost the In E, :J and 0 savings bonds (n I for .

I the equality of freight rates the Ira Max place to the Britt underwrote It cent In taxes., Martin' Kenneth
d82.400. counties that a County !In April, the Stimmel
Road and the IAtetift K.W. _.". ......1........ J;_ _
turned Into dlscrlm Incorporates -
: ended and Observance 6f the citywide -i .; -- Treasu
Ulinalnalaa' give < br K ": --Department reported
Manager
Inatory rates against the South greater part of the ;North Fork' holiday was as nearly complete oils.. MOCK'AIR ATTACK ON NEW YORK CITY I If this week Owner
Of
this sum. $5,381
when the raw materials were bay as possible Open all day were ST U ARTSERVICES
1 made Into finished articles. offices at the !court house, the BARBARA STEWARTTO was Invested In E: bonds. The

1 J.: The result was that for decades telephone office The Stuart ATTEND SESSIONS State total for the month was$8,222,3nO I

the Souths raw materials Its FHP SeeksUniformity News and most gasoline stations '' () of which $3 725.504. was

natural resources Its base wealth and also.the post Office althoughIts Barbara Stewart* a Junior at in E bonds, This county total Krueger Building

moved Into northern plants to, service was somewhat curtailed Martin County High School, has was 41st. highest In the State Bos 486 Phone 41]

I \ be processed and ''returned here I I The Citizens Bank of been selected to represent the 'J

,,}, for our own purchasing The I open from t until noon and regular school at Girls State in Tallahassee ------- -.- -._-

\ \ I"" ;- Souths Industlial development hours were observed at Mar July 14-11 She was

I was largely! limited to manulac I In LicensesIn tin County High School. Scattered i chosen on the basis of- scholarship "

t, ,1 tuning lor the South's needs only business houses, closed all and leadership. ... (.. I "DINE and DANCE"SEYMOUR'S

,' :' except in Instances where climate day reopened at I p. m for. a Quarters at the State Collegefor ,
r I and other factors made It possible i a movement to gain uniformity few hours. Women In Tallahassee will ..

I l to produce :in the South on I In the granting of I The parade Tuesday afternoon be> furnished the visiting girls AT

1 14\ a competitive sales hauls despitethe drivers licenses In the State's 87 to focus attention on the drive 'During the sessions Instructionon "A

\ discriminatory freight rates counties, the State Highway vas termed "a definite success." Government and educationwill INN

,1)>I It has often 'been the practiceof : Patrol is distributing to each pa- Parade marshall) was Lon Tyson be given and at their conclusion

I : northern economists to point trolman stationed in a county a and parade organizer was Ben two girls will be selected:

I : ']' a patronizing! finger at this t great 'notice of what Is required prior A. Redding, Jr Included In the to represent Florida at the national 01"A" TASTY DELICIOUS FOOD

urea' and charge us with Indus 'to Issuance of a license it was line of march was the high ; meetings In Washington .. .

; trial backwardness The fault announced here yesterday by school band numerous floats In August ': d Mixed Drinks Beer] on Draft.
,Ii not II Sgt C W. Keith. chief examinerfor
was ours ,
'A
and decorated bicycles, one city ,
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"> ;, HEAR GENE ON THE SOLOVOX
I In equality of freight rates the FHP fire enelne.fa, Florida Hiihwav LIBRARY WANTS .. r" l ', t ,; ,
the South can take advantageof Keith explained that while the Ipai.rbl car and other organized FISHING GUIDES '\
Its great natural resources, Individual patrolmen aware I 'gf \\ i\ STEAKS and SEAFOODOUR
are I groups Forming at the court : f' .1
I Its climate, Its manpower and In general of what Is required hofise about 4:15: It marched Cleveland (Ohio) '1 bile Library \',:: .t& ,, (

I .' at its willingness and desire to each may Interpret the require west on 4th St to Akron Ave., has requested copies of : : A. SPECIALTY

j\ better Itself from the paralys ments in a different manner north to 2nd Bt.. west to Albany Florida Game Fishes, Itth Edition II ; '" Jensen Beach SEYMOUR GIDEO
.
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1 : ing destruction of Civil Wartimes Examinations in Martin County, Ave, north again across the 1947" the Stuart Fishing .'. ,.,,""" F .1

:j\ A Under equal freight rates, are given by Patrolman Warren Florida East Coast Railway, Guide for use In Its branch ," ; ,.... / Owner.kEWAkD
the South ceaaes to be a crown Button at the court house every tracks and then down Flagler librariesi. unusual distinction 4 ..
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colony held In Industrial servitude I Thursday from 3 to J p. m. Ave to 4th st. where it disbanded for a fishing publicity -- ------ -- """--- --- -- -- -- -

J' for the advantage of centralized The notice passed out by booklet.

I Industry In the so-call Keith in his coverage of the

I I ed official: rate" territory of : State states an applicant: SWIMMINGCLASSES NAVAL RESERVE WEEK

1 the northern sections of tbe; .. I. Must have a car; ARE PLANNED HERE Secretary i .
I country. Officially proclaimed by
\1 2. Must have a licensed driver of the Forrestal and,
I looks forward Navy
The South
I Preparations are being made
I With him;
endorsed for the nation by President -
for swimming I I and water safety
I : CHILD BURNS FEET 3. Must have read the driver\ Truman and for the Stateof For Return or Information Leading to Return I
classes to get under way In Martin
1 handbook: Florida. by Governor CaldwelL
I Judie Taylor year-old County in the next few BLACK: COCKER SPANIELAnswers
4, Must have signatures of this week has been set aside as
weeks Under the auspices of the
daughter of Mrs. Joe S. Button,
both parents if living, or guar- national Naval Reserve Week
1 15 suffered second degree burns of dian If a minor; Red Cross and the Jaycees, with next Sunday named Naval to Name ,of Duke. whit streak under chi i,

both feet when she accidentally 5. Must have a car or truckIn 'swimming lessons will be given Reserve Day.
by Bill Armour and Harris FLowery RETURN TO CAMF
walked Into the coals at a bar good mechanical condition. STUART AUTO
becue party In the woods near When the applicant tills out Jr, will teach life-savIng LOSING NO-HITTER Here are some of the more than 100 B-tt Superfortresses streakIng ,

Vero Beach Sunday afternoon the application form the notice Private pool In the countyare ever New York City Friday a mock attack. This 'view was
t
\ Her condition I is still serious, and continues, three things are being made available for the East: Lansing. Mich May 22- Made from the top of the RCA Bldf. looking south, as the planes -

it will\ be some time before the I checks for: mental and physical series of instruction. (AP),.-No-hit baseball games do flew northward The Empire State BUg looms up In center

"f I child Is able to walk again ,disabilities 'and hearing The Culmination of the water not necessarily turn' out right background.lOTETT I

': applicant will be required to safety courses will be the for. ,for the feat-Derformlni Ditcher ,

of Four I take the following examinations: matlon of a volunteer beach pa- I Robin Roberts 20-year-old: I l right APPROVEDThe APPLICATIONS FAVORED

Mother I 1 Eye test: trol as a Jaycee project to servo hander at Michigan state Col-, nomination of Robert A Columbus, :May 22-o o (AP) COUNTER HELPWANTED

Lost 45 Pounds 2: Road sign test; at Jensen Beach this summer lege, has won and lost In turning Lovett, Jupiter Island winter The executive committee of the

Ii I 3. Road rules test; Details of the classes will be the trick. His\ triumph was by resident for a number of years, Major Leagues have considered

4, Vehicle \Inspection which announced wlUlln'a few days. an 1-0 ,score, his defeat, 10CHUaCHU I was unanimously approved Tuesday favorably the application of Cuban .

eight car parts are. Inspected, Persons Interested In either by the Senate Foreign :Relations and Venezuelan leagues for
.
Slender
course of I Instruction should contact OP CHRIST, SCUMTIST"SOUL committee as Undersecretary admission !
I >. Driving test consisting of ,ta organized baseball,
Graceful I.quick stop backing, parallelparking the local I Red Cross office. AND. BOOT" .la UM ..hJoooI af of State, according to an and set Dec P, 10 and 11 at New '

\ : turn about and leaving: I.Ika. rbimkaa laiaa Saraiaa.. C......wbkb. .._will.... tkiwwkaal aa raadla AP .release from Washington.' York for the annual Major League .
SALES PROGRAMS BEGUN
Figure I auto properly parked. the world aa 8.2 .yf Mar Is.The .meeting :
i ... 'rM 6.14Ton la Why art laaa "
NEEDS CLERKS
NAVY
1M. D..hy I Jacksonville. May 22 Two cast ....-.. 0 mj aaalt sail .k, art tkaadlniulatad '
40114If" wllala. ...t kopa Ibaa la Oodi Jacksonville, May 22 The PROBLEM SOLVED Apply/ lmm'41aielyto
national sales each .
lid ............ BOY SCOUTS HOLD programs far I shelf rat pralaa blM who .la the 7th Naval District announced 't
I offering material which cost the f..ltk af air aaaalaaaaaa, and.. air Oaa
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;:'J,=",.solot 40:W t:=='N C'-. :: I COURT Of HONOR Government more than II000 I Psalms A.the 41.lit tMaUaaa, wkM today' that f trade and clerical Poultryman Essex Cetner Michael VI May Yotch:22-, W) .
0. has
II........ pin .M.."a. my wMbL .W A Boy Scout court of honor 000, were launched by War Assets >- the 1-omi4ii"a" la taa -moor"k. personnel are urgently neededfor .

:fi' :....::..-.=:=_14.;,,,,, .b.. tlw" am will be held at the Log Cabin Administration this week taa Bblat aaaai'Far.,-lala a aaaw ubaraacfa feet/,it varadlaaolvad. awrartklir employment in the Marianas lem.solved Yotch his baseball Installed playing automatic prob. ,' '
:......laa why a*,try tho' AVIJS Islands area
at 7 p m. Tuesday beginningwith Joe Osbom, regional director, wo aara a b"Odl- Oad aakauia
=?' tat ohwq. hot lao aat laada will kaada., ataraal lataa waterers for hit baby chlcb.aVInC -
=.,;: out 9.1 ';=;;I =.= 'rv : a covered dish supper. Parents has announced. ..._" III Cartatklaaa, ..11. CONTRABAND HALTED himself two hours work Chisholm'sCafeteria
b..11-: \ :;::' "W We.V : I and public are invited aiaa la>la taa Ik.
::. Owe" : 1.11XIaMseve, daII-.nd has signed with
nok"O it it" 'INSTITUTE SCHEDULED: shis CkrUtlaiSriaaaa Gainesville, :May 23-Quarantine up .
No .wir!=t': laataaoliSahaaa aa4 _KIll Inspectors of the the Essex Junction team of the I J'"M'
!=F3 ;= MOSLEY IS SCOUTMASTER .Ilk Kay ta the hrliMrai kr Noire State Plant .
I Gainesville, May J2-JlorldaParentTeacher sitar. Sddrl BltkUr aadanloa laI Board Intercepted and destroyed Suburban League, '
1=; t ..... of sowthas moomial
"A'i',62 n P--Ig a
Try I Announcement has been made leaders will gather an average of 6J lots of contraband -
.We II I".... I sot I tana aiaa See a "aatk>al>ai body aadOad
Nor al.r.:"Call :"...:. of the appointment of Joe Mos- 400 strong at'Florida\ State the Baal af aad af aM aalaInxa. materials 'from foreign In Florida Caverns State Park
aarMtaal
STUART DRUG CORP., ley as scoutmaster to take over 1 College for Women Jane II for dl..M.aH holes r, karaiaar. aaa ka Mia uaanrtaHIrlaiaarta awa let. countries each day last month, the Chlpola River sinks Under

Phone 11 I the duties of AI Shrtgley resigned the 11th annuall'u nt-Teldler mad aarMtaataff tkaat, Saalttlaala according to W a Merrill, Quarantine ground for more than a Quarter

_......._...,.--. leadership institute (tin a.at a.it tkiaaik). Met aH 'tenon inspector. '! of i milt.


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THE STUART NEWS, STUART, Martin .County FLORIDA, THURSDAY MAY ?JMT.<<' MCE MINI,


KlDBEN HONORED j FORMER WAVE MAKES LINER AMERICA GETS SEMIANNUAL CHECKUP ever, with a 23 pound, 12-ounce FLYING FARES CUT W .0. Jokes iii 041m. Rock of 11_
[COMMUNION BREAKFAST SOLO FLIGHT HERE ..
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---- Wg red. Poor Mr. WARRANTY
Ia 77 Flight Miami, May 22-(FNS) The YJ
ladles I Carl. t.. 9M. iii Draee "
live member of the Mrs. ,Volena Lewis of Stuart, .. I 0-0-0 .
lowest fares ever offered In air P. I. Dillon to De.h A04-n
Lt. of St. Joseph' Altar 80K i a former WAVE, became the Ural ; .. ', Practical, attractive, living transportation will go into effect Otte Rubin. .. Damh .. wish-an

served breakfast at the i woman to make a solo flight under ). 1f: fences are replacing costly barbed between eight Florida cities J.!.Id.s. M.M// T.kw...., 10.. I.8--or W ...N........ d

hollc rectory for 10 childrenthe i the 01 training program wire barriers' on farms in served by Eastern Air Line if a Sl.a.b., vas. L 0Mr too Harry a. Cb..d. +
honoring three tariff for special round-trip ex. .. x. :Brrnatt church r from(, Witham Field here when many parts of the country the
their first communion cursion rates filed recently by tnl.ad C P-M 11 II So td-W4: 3111110.K .
took: she took her test Wildlife Management Institute
The new tornnicMits -;i Saturday morn. EAL U approved by the Civil ...
lien Day were James Diamond Ing. reported today These modern, Aeronautics Board.FORESTERS. AFFIDAVIT 1 1W

Heaton and David I Mrs Lewis got her training In self-maintaining and blooming 1. Prsdrlrke" It .1 t. The Pubs,
Frances
SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGE: {
ent Clements Adult spoaI : the program offered by Aerovets fences improve the appearanceof MEET Malcolm. a. Ch.oo, Jr, t" R. L. Ch..I. ,yt

I were MM Nellie Pezsonl,1 Inc. who also approved Henry ,the rural landscape and eliminate Tallahassee, May 22-- tate Pint Pod..1 tlom to 5.inea I... ..and. "hi.Lame...A..10-. t }I '

-KB. Rains. Charles, Mrs. Spring.GeorgeonomusMrs friable of Stuart for his first many back-breaking Forester C, H. Coulter, fire con s'u.e Pod.r.1. e. a s.rA..4.tests xq eo.Loa......A.aoeN.s ..,. M
solo flight Sunday.HIGHWAYS hours of toll, farmers say For trol chief Owen R. Douglass,
and Mr., George Rttch. Mrs the CHATTEL: MORTGAGE.
Soil
years Conservation applied forester R. U. Titus com
+ ( 1 John read 10 Family Loan C.....,.
contributed 50 Eas- O. 1 1Hotel"
onomui PLANNED Service has been experimentingwith munlcatlons chief Ray Atkinson H. etrinet.llow .. a. Lucia t tCeuetr
Will for altar decoration at various types of hedge to and ranger George Cary are attending Bonk.Vida ..
.. ,. ...
book .t
Sunday service. Jacksonville, 'May 22-Florida replace wire and other fencing a 3-day meeting of for- Y.t.e B'u.ri.I. .1: as CIII.
J.--- materials, and W. to CIU.... a.nk of 8t..."
Is rapidly ,,re-establishing prewar multlllora rose esters from 11 SoutheasternState Olla. Ji JiB.
W. $0 CI".... Sank .f B..
FORESTS t
as
NDS FOR auto prestige and 4x has all of the virtues that the at Alexandria La., ending .... -
upon N..... Ma. to Clowns: 8..kaI 1
agronomists have been seeking. tomorrow to discuss latest forest lI.on 0.11. "
eW Orleans May 23 (FNS)"'; the drawing boards of Its State Stuart, Ir
,
Multiflora rose is a thick, fire control, methods and Irrf-
lined by the ruthless burningtheir Road Department draftsmen are .t thorny blossoming shrub that proved timber practices for'the AGREEMENT $
forests, Southern States reconstructing 48,216 miles of attains a height of ( to a feet. South. W. II, M.G" le K. W. Woad. 1,11, I.y ,,1 4

beginning _provide 'suf. This woody plant has been -.--- DUD .
highways tliat will cost approximately tried 8....roar PeoperLN. ? I.." to Gap .". i'' t
ent funds for the protection over a period of several years .. i
I development of their forest 100.000000, the research across the central part of the Week's LegalInstruments AGREEMENT

dj. Arkansas IS the latest to and Industrial division of the United States, from Delaware to Jose SUBORDINATION..d II....- too First Federal II....
ante program for States -I Florida State Chamber of Com- Missouri, and has proved to be I ... And. t..u A..orl".... ""
forest fire protection and merce reported yesterday In Its desirable and to have practical J Athletesrrikh""

at management assistance. weekly business review fencing qualities.'This popular ..... -
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shrub ASSIGNMENT OF MORTGAGE Not Hard To Kill. '
exotic is a native of Korea,
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A ih. L to llulnel J. l.>n<.
Japan, and temperate parts of
WIVH AMD Mamas Of DMNKINa MIN Between traiu-Atlantie voyages, the big U. 8. and Inspection at Newport New, Va. China Multiflora rose displays an MORTGAGE In One Hour,
liner America gets Its Mml-annual drydockingFISHING Hurrr ALCOHOLISMiMM adundance of small white flow. G..r, TB-OL a STRONG fuaeiriM, ao.. 9 I, (11''
-- ers during the late spring, andIt Gears K Dt.W Itt eI HI ,* NtrbtrlA taTnT" .0'% oleo.ol. IT Pt.NnRATF.S.
Treated Witt ... WM. of HIMIaHMWHITI K..IM. MOaI. w.,.o to KILL the .vivo. j
,
Pahokee-Belle Glade Canal is not subject to common rose ..m n'k"Jon/: .. to Cl"ten. Bunk .( .Locally A'
CROSS HOSPITAL disease Kliurtri DRUG I I i r
STUART
Writ tat 10_Pica J Point area. "r4 \too,kn.. 10 Cltlum Bull af STORED
,else CmtrO: Avenue St. P ot.nbw,, fto. Most of these men are practical --Slim it. .- 11 t
Breaking all records, Ameri-
Everglades farmers. They go can wlldfowlers purchased 1- : '

IN THE FAMOUS about their fishing Just as efficiently 836.390 one dollar Federal "duckstamps" WAITRESS :: : \ ,

as they go about the business during the period from WANTEDi\ ll'

St. Lucie Region :. of feeding the nation winter July 1 to to December the United 31, 1946 States, according GOODSALARY i
I I
f vegetables --and appear equally Fish and Wildlife Service. Tills Is GOOD IPSGoddard's !I'j, 'j j
THr TRUE SPORTSMAN IS A GUARDIAN OF NATURAL HESCHKClf undismayed by what the rest of {
Increase of
an 295922 over the
u* call "bad conditions" in either APPLY AT ONCE 1 ;.
with corresponding period In 1945.
Ernest standard ,
By Lyons appealing to big game field. They get the flshr-re- ,
Anglers enjoying Florida's big fishermen! If you are Interested, ardless of whether the St. Lucie 1946-47 Final reports on the sale Of :
FEHDERSEAT will
stamps
probably
game fishing are welcoming the write William D. Boardman 18[ muddy torn up by bad wea- show a total close to the 2,00000 ,- Restaurant ; : :' :;I
news that the famous Useppa director ther, or the finny denizens {
The managing and I am mark according to AlbertM. 4
Island Club near Fort Myers li allegedly "off their feed. They tr : t.
sure that lie will immediately Day director, Fish and Wildlife .
PermanentAsbestos, BRUSH again open to sportsmen duringthe "just go flshln' and they "just Service who stated that the U. S. HIGHWAY 1Lyons' 'J'
COATING height of the spring tarpon .supply you with details bring back fish." But what fish. present figures exceed by 110.885
UNDERCAR
OR fishing-and I know of no better test it be said here In "Flor In recent weeks I have seen the 1,725,505 total of the 1945- IJ '
SPRAY place to recommend for those ida's sailfish capital" that this catches of 50 to 150 pounds of 48 series
that car "new" who have a yearning to tangle be treason beautiful big channel bass and
Keep new this column's viewpoint -- '
with one of the battling Silver mangrove snappers, plus some FORT PIERCE; MARKET'S I
Is that Florida's visitors ImperialService ,
and give the,old car "new" Kings of the Quit Coast passes trout in the -pound bracketsbut TOMATO VOLUME GAINS : ; 1''
and home folks too should 1
7 Some of the best guides In the the snappers and the "reds"are .
quietness, with Amaspro business are available, and the share in the universal joys of their specialties. The Fort Pierce Market reported :

al the's fishing at nearby Boca Grande, :superb fishing offered by our They leave the "play purtles" a total of 31.330 field Station I
Asbestos Fender CapUva and Redflsh passes has State-.In Stuart, naturally for in the tackle shops-and take a crates Of tomatoes selling at an Florida ci
minnow seine as "Operation NO. average of $7.20 fast week which 617 S. Federal Highway, Stuart,
won notional acclaim The club sallflshing, the Keys for bone-
underwater.
better
car' :. Itself is located on an Island, fishing+and TJseppa for giant 1" In this business of consistent brought the seasons total to (Across the Bridge in the Beuey Addition) V l J'd'
reached by special boat from tarpon. good fishing. with live boxes full 75,369 crates, and receipts to FINEST MILK SHAKE IN THE WORLD c.Ms,

Guard against infiltration of carbon monoxidegas the mainland-and it Is one ol Today t received a marvelous of small shiner minnows, the $58374005 Total Of all commodities (26-Ounces Thick), 25c I ,
natural food of the fish, they handled at Fort Pierce 76.Octane Gasoline GaL _22.9c
find Regular ,
where will
heat from those spots you book called "The World of the
and Insulate against and cold relaxation, food and comfort on Fishes" from francesca La anchor in several favored spots reached 14548 units for which Ethyl Gasoline, Gal. 24.9c t tIII
and I have yet to see the day producers received: a cash
Eliminate rust road noises and Monte secretary for the International gross All Night Every Night
pavements. when any one of these real dirt total of $621.217.85. The peak of Open
Game Fish Association, farmers failed' to return with the tomato season Is approachIng HAMBURGERS AND CUBE STEAKS As Good p''
body rumble.It's WE BUY -, Junk, and associate curator of fishes enough fish to feed a family. Market Manager M. E Williams As the Bestl I
at the 'American Museum of
.
They even set out from the reported
wrecked cars, scrap Natural History. Associate in .... .......
of -
all don by one application 'Amaspro Glades with the preannouncedand I -- ---- -- -
copper.and .brass. I writing the book was William K definite intention of bring
Asbestos Fenderjeol-the car insurance of longer Gregory :curator emeritus of ing back the bacon. One day last I
fishes at the museum. One of year for instance "Bud" Roten CALL US FOR YOUR NEEDS
I
automobile life end riding comfort. SISCO'SAUTO the museum's science guidebooks and a pal announced to their
PARTS it Is both accurate and Phonee
Baptist church that they would .
Protect the life, 'durability and serviceability of i "humanized," and I have seen furnish the catch for a fish fry, 1

your car by having the underneath surface coated with South' Dixie Highway' nothing anywhere which pro- and came back that evening
Amaspre Fenderseal to prevent the rust that worksup vides a clearer understanding of with way over a hundred pounds. 3551PAINTS
through the metal Itself-breaking and loosening Phone 129 "what makes fish tick" or the In a period of time the whole

paint on the surfaces. When this loosening is once simple wonder associated with Glades must use this fishing

started-the rust attacks from all sides and continues these miraculous creations which port, because I am constantly!]
live In the world of water. The
in iU destructive work every hour, of tie. day. photographic illustrations areoutstandingbut being Introduced to new faceson t"'
the dock I remember the day
RUST and its metal destroying. elements is causedby best of all I I saw Roy Segree last summerwith 0 HARDWARE
slush, mud And water on the, highway that are REALESTATE like the imaginative spirit of 32 marvelous big channel r I nil.- SASH DOORS

flushed under splashing pressure against the under. wonder which pervades the volume bass, and several times this PLASTER e
.
There Is In
poetry the
pure CEMENT
and spring I have seen other Oladei
Beath surfaces, penetrating into cracks crevices Illustrations describing those '
FLOORING
other defects In the metal. The constant pounding of strange deep sea creatures which fishermen with catches that. SIDING { t

Dust, Sand and Gravel that acts as a "Sand Blast," are "wandering ghosts in the knocked The old my eyes competitive out. spirit J

on the metal surfaces not destroying ordinary of ,
only country perpetual night which exists so strongly in the
paint, but actually grinding and pounding minute "and I got an entirely new visu- Glades has echoes over here. :

holes Into the metalFENDERSEAL e alization depths from of life the', in' .pictures the great of There was the Instance, l'recall, Hobe Sound Lumber & Supply Co., Inc. ;
i when Melvin pugh of Pahokee
Is-a plastic coating of leather-like schools of luminescent, jeweled bragged about catching the big r

toughness that protects the underneath -Burf aces-just fishes fleeing In absolute dark gest channel Doss of the year, -_ .-
as armor plate protect a battleship. Investments ness, pursued by gleaming dragons a 20YI.pounderAlong, came
If interested in saving your CAR see Ralph Zarnits The book to me-while not "Bud" Roten two days later with
at t the Sunoco and Sec. explaining ,"why"-most won-
Service Station Fed. III-way the aVttwed Intention of going
ond SALES AND LISTINGS derfully does point to the drama
Street Stuart after nothing but little panflsh.
THROUGHOUT MARTIN and wonder of the underseas
returned how-
Ont Application Guaranteed; For The Life of Your Car COUNTY world, and I highly recommendit He nonchalantly I' $f'FfJyrrllRj
to anyone who loves the --,--- --

KELLY SPRINGFIELD; TIKES I We B. TILTON stfangevand beautiful nature ,.
I don't know what It sells for I

REALTORCor. but will find out so that you can r_ Ui UirjA3LOT'F.
,
The order a copy I think it a mar Mesas r
Sunoco() Station2nd ,. Commercial St. and Old velous] way to Introduce to your 04TnIES ;! '< StreitEasy k,

Dixie Hi-Way, child the drama and wonder of
I life in the sea Sometimes child- ChairsKitchen ; yt
St. Fed Hi-Way Stuart Jensen Beach ren appreciate much more than .

adults the simple magic every Cabinets
--..... where. They are not like the rest .:

of us, so sure they know it all-
"We don't say we have the best our customers; say that". except for, those fortunate few '..j FDESKS'AND
who remain "children at heart" ABSTRACTS 5 DINETTE SUITES ,

MR: 'CITRUS GROWER- forever o-o INVESTIGATIONSESCROWS TAX AND TITLE pc.

. It has taken '"the Crackers
DO YOU KNOW? from the 'Glades" to really show TITLE INSURANCE qb

.
Martin County what wonderful FLORIDA '
:
fishing we have here In the summer SECRETARIES

AVOCADO production in florida is In its Infancy and well past the, time. I am literally amazedby ABSTRACT CO.: TABLE and FLOOR LAMPS 1
the catches, I see being
experimental stage. JIM KENNEDYrrnidM: : f :
brought in and "so -matter of 9 pc. DINING ROOM SUITES r
AVOCADO production''in Florida is numbered by the thousand of factly" at Payette's Ftshnhol bydowntoearth II STUART, FLORIDA

crates, while' citrus is numbered by the hundreds of millions crates. anglers from the PORCH GLIDERS SPARTON RADIOS f y'tMAKEYOUR'OWN '


,AVOCADO appears'to be the best prospect in Florida today for fruit TERMS-

,
rowers Ito make mon.,. TILTON'S SUNDRIESDRUG


lumbered AVOCADO 2500." .trees <* bearing, age 5 in'Martin County> on .July 1, IMS SUNDRIES 'COSMETICS 'I Use, Our Budget Plan I


Our Avocado nurse :,with the best commercial and cold resistant SUN, TAN OIL SUN SHADES SUN GLASSES

varieties withstand ing'temperatures well below freezing CANDIES TOBACCOS JEWELRY JOE TIDWELL, ManagerMATHER

I SODA FOUNTAIN

: .' ,SODAS ICE CREAM SANDWICHES

BARY CHICKS POULTS. ,NEWSPAPERS MAGAZINES

U,. S.. Florida Approved Pullorum Clean NEW SUMMER SCHEDULE

No order too i Urn of too mall for us to fill'be"It on* or 10,000 or'plorlCu.tosnara SUNDAY 1* ..... TUJ It jnJ-4-H: : ,.... 'Till f D..11I

I rnnfifasui""J" "e.iree"nr $50,000.00 ,business with one person... MONDAY I:3t ajn.,_ I p.m.fc!, TUESDAY I.M: ...... It. ,.m.. j '
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PIERCE
"Till U_Noon'..- < ,.III. Till II p,"m.; FRIDAY I.M: Till M pas.

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rl ?AGE'TEf; m'STt1AItT NEWS, STUART Martin County, FLORIDA, THURSDAY; MAt II, 1t4'

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Coast & Geodetic Survey / I II Ir i' -ssioe39tssss: =a.f:* tss=ssi oa.OIlO:

1\ : PibUilied' every. Thursday at Washington D. .C WHAT OUR TOURISTS. WANT
I'' Stale'1 Martin County Florida r !
\ by Stuart' Dally News Inc",.a Gentlemen: ( I How can Leesburg become more attractive as a toun,
I .We note with for the boating and com I [i H 6-ctA
fin ulu //'OJ' lll'lallon. : grave Concern city The wide-awake Jaycees, through L W.
(
;, ?! t 1 t ''l'II'd l i fiUI gecond-clasi mallin mercial interest of Stuart, that the booklet, "Coast Pilot I .. ilk Harrell, chairman of the tourist activity committee Spud,

," ,, :" .ill idhl? post office at; Information"' on the Intracoastal Waterway, Serial No sided they'd find out-by asking the tourists fc.
;' SI tl".t" IU'rltla, under the,Act* thenwelv.A ..
670, Issued in May, 1945 contains serious errors of omission
made of 236 tourist and
a t>rI 'cli t, |.879. '< poll was some of the find ,
1 in the supplemental l data on page 75 referring to 1lt

I I t ";: j FREE PRESS ';4 \'l3At5SOFSFRVICfiI Chart 1289 on the Lake Okeechobee and Cross-Florida are surprising.Out of a group of 145 of these winter guest, o
"
I I n 1 and ;'I:?, 4"4011.' lfIItl N..:, ,w.a,a a.w.w.. Waterway. I nine felt Leesburg had adequate facilities. the other J
Ik* flrirt .w* We note that Stuart is listed as having no provisionsfor : a!
I 1 1 I'np1" rl.fJrh'" WI "y'/w,1. A"I /Ia.I that
the belief attractions
j A FREE PEOPLE / charts ice water general i expressing more are
I sos 'ydluh a1t.11e\ a--.suer. ul marine supplies, provisions,; sestet
I ( i1 salsa III.". .',111'104 L'.tan, Th..?M.Ir tilted".,nwhdaed 11.11... New.O. repairs, machine shop, marine railway, storm warnings. Every man and woman questioned favored a munich
r ..,.. luuU./id, ', / <,I.."...,. a., ,loge....,... _it.it telegraph telephone anchorage area, hospital, or hotels dock with boats for hire. Second .on the list (,If -,1
,.:.rylp:: ;: I r.t :: ":r:':" k. s0 'lit.: The town' hart. all of these services available' and of A r. I with 106 votes, was a bandshell. Third, with 84, Will tk

i''I,- "' highest quality. suggestion that sailboats and water skis be made
I 1 v.nWIIoI --------1. Charts! of the waterway are supplied by the Chamber avails
A. ,
IIIF.NNINGKII
I LItNhAT". _.........F'ONS___ ,.i" u. .,.,.."_(.9xw__a..._....,, of Commerce here to all yachtsmen. We have a Urge I I for tourists to rent
I
first
in
(\ ire factory, marine plant in the town, capable of handling too ( Fishing, of course was Interest with Z2::
, SUUSUUP1 /11III IN I A'Hfj' ; craft up to 65 feet and over modern machine shops ample i i Isaac Waltons among the 236 tourists.. The other intel'lb! ,
Mull OM Yen 11 1111' 1"11 vea"+ $6.00 I marine of all kinds and markets .
supplies groceries listed below
spec ; '
,; I _. :__ (( I are 11 .IB
in laundry with rush servicefor
lalizing supplying yachts a
I ......, ..... .. ... ... .t I
,AitvtrHnhi, tf 4 kiKnrtwiw "" '"01.11 1 h n_ "1 rrt#r Me right storm facili- Hunting ... .161 Shuffleboard
yachtsmen, dry cleaning plants warning t
*to A..ili, .<4. .._. M r...Iu..fy,*. 1""""1,1"III I..,I",", IN,1L.VI'rJ"Il./ rt. II"/ '.'..","','n1.1'1.' ." "r .U nf..,. ties, Western Union, Southern Bell Tel.) & Tel., plenty of LA i Band concerts! _...........,J66 Horseshoe C:
..... .... .
-- fresh water and fuel ample anchorage area, a high clans Baseball ......_ ......121 Dancing
'" MEMBER Of THE ASSIM I A7>'1) PRESS: modern hospital, and! some of the finest resort hotels on Swimming .. ..112 GolfWater ._." jj
'rNe A.......I.d. P- M.nhind1.. ,.,,,,1. ,r., Of" (1.. .,...MI<.II It..1I ..h.I the: coast sports ..-- 108 Tennis 11
I : I h..al, r-w, Pr/M.4' to ''h'' 1,., I".,. .. .' 0011 All" I.P.MM' Please correct this data when you next issue the book Boating ... .. 89 Trap Shoot !b I

.=== cio===o=o otaorocoI : let, since it is capable of doing the community a disservice Cards .'_" .. 74 Song Fests I

in its present form by indicating that we have practically With all the talk of improving
Worthy Meditation Leesburg's
I'. I of nothing for the yachtsmen-while the opposite is true., I tourist f
I Cilities, It is surprising that no one until now has thuuri
'OJlOr: :=::=oooc: ==OoClOc.--=:: ooo0: -THE STUART NEWS i
I ; to ask the tourists themselves what they want At u
Think defeat and defeat. t will ("rums tc you. On the I- ==:::::-0 :: 0-- oao'oo0oao::: : : : rate, the Jaycees are to be Commended for their excell11
contrary, if you think 'rase" 'I,1t\ t forv. i. conspires to ; survey The facts and figures. compiled by them sheik
t !,ring tuccmsto you NEWS and COMMENT --- prove valuable to the city.

M{lilT II, AurrliuH Leesburg Commerrn!
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uuuuIRUUnnmRUnululimnuiumuinruouunutnunminluuimuiwiiYE( .. i i i 16"I III fill Hill IIIIIIIIIIII1011 iiiuiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiin,
SOMEBODY sent us an amusing little verse the other day t
I EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR and forgot to sign it. We forgot to print it. We gotta Horticulturally' Speaking

JiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiii' iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin know* who'i who before we print anything. give my pledge as an

I' There are several way that \\1' (call keep Florida 1111 I I Ill 1111111 I1111III l I III III I Ill II II I IIII11II1111111I11l I I l iiiiiiMiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiink I I I I I I I l I l I l l I I I I
ALL FLORIDA zoning laws were knocked
ttreen Stopping fires i is the I it.1 l sdi)', but we need< to cocked hat by the Supreme Court in a recent to save and Tree-looking In Coconut: Crav one afternoon# last week with &

plant trees-- lot of trl''M. In 1 iItspast, i : 18! yours the total mous decision involving the City of West Palm K: I f. H. Owner, author of that splendid book "Wnyswlo Tmwml

: rea of seedling trees planted tll i retches i our last vanishing according to Editor Elmer Burgess of TIFF defend from Muliyt'. which took him eight years to write, proved to lie an, exntr,
Palm Beach. adventure Out of our pengriiwtioni { derived/ a lot of rambling (MHH ,
: timber hall been HOOlMt(
In
) acres. years ago we were ,
ut tl'OOl that were of Value because they cleared "
lip
1 I'. I planting at the rate of 6.000/ acres uuar. In five years wf C. II. DOENGES i Is Indignant over his current .a I t e the natural re which have puzzled me and, I'm sure, many other gravers many In rfnjifter

r had stepped this up to 18,000( acres i II year What we need buy a good soup bone In the town of Stuart. He Is /, all. if we receive seed' of a foreign tree under an incorrect. MB

I .. to do is plant 100,000 aired <'\ mmr-a* much every ond who has brought this to the attention of The It I Is not strange that we should go on calling tt Incorrectly in hi m*
," tear as we have planted in the pint t IH years altogether. the first complainant being Pete Ward of Jensen of my country body who know the mature tree will let ill on the right trick. !
\ How it Butch-have This applies, for example. to the 'beautiful k.fl iwcml.
1\ } ,t: That is the way to build In Florida (the jrrratist tree reservoir about they started pit Cm
without knuckle bonesT soils and minerals its at the Montgomery\ place which we hive called: Cassia retugmjl'' /: tin!
In the United States. When think in "
wr terms of Hor .
Dr Corner ..
Years my it undoubtedly ii Cassia Invents, A.vpilr&
F ida's future, we mu t remember that/ 'trees fallterI' down-to-earth ;Let that the trunk has
grow; ONE of the fanciest, real eatin' no spines inch ai are usually f fend ;m fo
here. and produce more wood! than/ t they do anywhere else. which it has been our pleasure to attend in r e It i, waters, and species." Became of the similarity of flowers" of these two and nt f Cm

I t'' You are familiar with the fact that North Florida is far a moon was the annual Stuart Fire node/ (S. which is more commonly teen In Florida than elllirr. U liollieni.

/' \1 advanced in the planting of )pun, maple, poplar and red pitched Monday of last week at the patio of ." I will review the chief characteristics.. of each:
I t b\ ''I a cidar, but.there are other suitable! timber trees!: Central Garage-where about 50 firemen, wives and Groin nadona. Deciduous.! 80 feet Leaves 9.12" long' leak''
j and South Florida not only) in, ,M Idl'! enormous quantities consumed a couple steaks apiece, not to 512 pairs pointed. Stipules tiny, crescent-shaped Flowers I I"' ,ask

!. of pine, but those areas are now Incoming greatly impressed some choice hamburgers This was real, J \ pink sweetly scented with 3 long stamens swollen. in the nmlillK
f : I 1 with the possibility of developing: mahogany and many in which the procedure of grabbing T-bone, their stalks set In short stiff clusters, tip to 4" king, on the brands.
other tropical and sub-tropical timbers that are valued ears and guzzling same coyote fashion was de behind the leaves. The stigma. is brown.: Pods 1 2" x K-S/r lap
I I' highly not only for lumber hilt for ,vmer, pulp, tannin We thank the boys for their invitation, and Conio loumlca Like C. soda,. except ((1)! ) flowers are l Ir[
,r, and other by=products. they invite the press to similar events once, a DOLLARS WORTH OF,NAMES e(2);: ( ) the stigma is green, ((3)) the flowers have no fragrant
We keep Florida lice of i; The Ikiwrr clusters are not behind the leaves; they are. at lit
r. can preen planting trees which II. B. Kraft, Chamber of Commerce
J I produce crops other than lumhci North Florida hast WE GLEAN from Leonard Lyonscolumn the' rol h of k fy. twigs' ; (*) the stipules art V to /.* king; '((6)) *
I ,200 names,and addresses thereabouts
- the Harvards the A
about played Sing Sings. is
tonk ordinarily
awakened;! to the realization of the crop |possibilities of the spiny
: ; pecan and tung oil, but these lire only the beginning Cork alumnus named Cunard brought 11 men to play days In the course of a year he receives Ira rrni'um-o.( Like C. nadatt except ((1)) Small tree, never' ma

,, oak) trees which product the true cork'/ of commerce, grow the team of convicts The guests walked' into the of persons from all over the United than 25 feet; ((2)) the twigs and leaves are covered with a *..ft hmnwwluclt. ,.

; a1 well in Florida an on the :-then-ex' of the blue Mediterranean room, changed into football uniforms and then written to the Florida State Advertising persists: (3)) the leaflets are In 13-21: pairs, and the lips[ s
d and Will succeed here as a crop' beyond our wildest complained to the warden: "My locker has no key. information on! blunt; the stipules are large( ;leafy, kidney-shaped) "H-rimR, l 'firare pol
C 'reams!' I've got $100 cash, a gold watch and a diamond ... shorter and thicker, 7-10 x 1"There .
l. 1 ( "Jurt leave it there" Lawes assured him ( ) agriculture.) (3)) industry,'((4)) cli > 0 0 a

'J ,(i: but there South are Florida many thinks others in with terms enormous nf citrus possibilities as a tree crop like, happen." r Cunard left the valuables there, and ( )) ,' ((6)) retirement; ((7)) employment, and are several other pink flowered Cassia trees, notably, Cam

... : t mme of the tropical species of the tung oil. as well as the final quarter ended he rushed back to the ( ) K'amla whkh b occasionally seen here It is easily distinguished!( Ira.
I '" I ether oil-bearing nut trees like tin African oil palm from I loom, opened. his locker. and found the $100, s' are/} all neatly mimeographed and clawu.. the above trio by ((1I) deep rose-pink flowers inclining to vclkiwukkdrooping
"'
I'' t which most of our soap Is trade. ring .- ""Surprised asked Lawes "Yen / that at least one out of 10 of them is a ( )10.inch spikes at the tips of the branches as "" .111/5 hanpf!
+ \ Cunard. I couldn't get away with this at from leaf mules <(2)) the blunt leaflets smooth above "U-BW..
i ;: All Florida, is beginning t to realize the possibilities of for a Martin County vacation fishing ; are /wiry
,
i I t bamboo and several other .tri.i.s" or giant ((3)) new foliage has a woolly, reddish cost, and the leaf stems. are. oM(
4 as
I grasses IN ALL seriousness, this town should give C winter home or development Idea, this reddish; ((4)) pods are mas..lve. I 3' J-3/4": like. dUtfttj 1
J.f: I sources of pulp, fibre and 1 i usher i raw' materials of a plastic long ) "'
rj t sioner Bob Baker a standing vote of thanks of a well-directed campaign It is cylinder
I t' tiff marvelous cleanup job which was performed > ult of the expenditure of half a million .
The ten most useful trl" m the world are thelrira :
!j r day. Had we spent the money ourselves Another tree'I learned more ..bout'rrom Dr, Corner was lk
Coconut r .rubber and worked like a Trojan to put it over. wound up with just such a list of persons lacaratula. The magnificent specimen blooming In Oscar kaiuifi,
W. t Orange Date( !'aimRemember Mayor next year, if the usual seniority process the: first etep toward )lorlda yard in Stuart the past month and' covering the sidewalk sad, tM" >

.' !\ I t Mango ('o1a lowed Stuart can expert the same sort of smart and take full advantage of this nearby with a blue carpet has flowers in spikes that stick up I 16w
I Ir Bamboo.\\ trple! constructive action for the town 8 good asset Center the activities of the! npeiitedlv seen Jacaranda trees in wliich the !flowers are in dnxlpatclusters '

i Olive ('jwltnaIi personal letters and sending "C tae.' that hang down but most persons I ask about this hAye .Newt.
WHILE folks are clean-up minded, it might be a News."I matter to this list and the Chamber of I noticed particularly or think I have been dreaming Dr. Galen" cos
Ii that these the
lot
It are most useful trees in
I i, Idea for some of the civic groups such as Jaycees, its hands full. firmed!! statement that i
the world. my by saying; that the / gnats
at Onlf one of them Ui apple! : grows in the tem- only) species
Q. Kiwanis Chamber of Commerce hold
1' 1 Iterate and all others or to a picnic present inadequate to handle this situa- Malaya (where.. he spent a total of 23 the trees), ..bI
J zone, the /! come from the tropics. At yean among
+ the Civic Center and spend the aft
to" least five of them can be cultivated! commercially in FlorA ing on grounds, will share In the benefits Martin County TOT*) have flower spikes at the tips of the branches, bill( "bears theta. '

Ida, In making a list of this !kind It m difficult not to include cleaning up our only waterfront beech *-rE. an additional $5,000 to do nothing crowded, drooping clusters that hang from the leafaxJls. By rffemnfId !
and pay for extra clerical help in 1< his book "Wayside this, t
1 the Douglas fir, the Teak, and the Eucalyptus: and T.ofMawya', I'find that epodes
e rf those three, two can be grown commercially in Florida; LET'S CLEAR THE i HYACINTHSThere -- to these 147,000 p ople. all over the jacaranda filictfolla/ a Central American tree which I had growing ont
in fact, they are being grown right: now OUT are interested in Florida here" (In Stuart, only to lose it Jn .a. coM snap-which: means it Is mucI
We have scarcely scratched the Hurface of the useful- is a small hyacinth blockade two or effort In this direction, a saturation pub- more tropical and less resistant to cold than the /. rnlmo.wwfolltl< whki

1 ness of bamboo There are at leasti genera in cultivation hundred yards--: in the upper waters of the South at getting a Martin County invitation grows here monty.-
in the United States and probably 1.000 different which has kept fishermen for years from reaching or child who responds to a State of But right on I am convinced! that there are specimens 011./ /lpkifdiIn /
F species You and I are acquainted with only one or two excellent black bass and bream fishing. would pay off far beyond the Florida I saw a tree with drooping'clusters In Bradentnn sew, *
kinds. For 400,000,000 Chinese people bamboo"supplies This blockade is small enough so that a yearn aI/oIl j I went back later when seed pods should have been 1 pit**'
wany of the multifarious needs of the population with hundred dollars should pay for the man power spent $500,000 giving us the list. and could not even find the tree '

whose every day life, from birth to death, It is usefully power needed to toss the green plague out the smart'to spend at least. $5,000 taking ad An Interesting point about / /iUd/ofa/ Is that in this book ft C*
lli entwined From bamboo they make household utensils, How about the Sailfish Club. Rod & Gun per failed to observe the drooping cluster arrangement( of ft"*""!("

furniture, the house Itself, agricultural 1 implements, masts Martin County Commission sharing expenses on oOooGO: : : ===: Ot7OC: contrast to the terminal ) and Paul Standle "Flora of 0*
and gear for their boats rafts and ropes bridges!, Irrigation -and getting It done now before the hyacinths ON-LET'S Rica" In describing this genus says the flowers are "commonly,' *
wheels, water pipes, tobacco and opium pipes!, birdcages other permanent blockade What* do you LAUGH (erect) panicles, but fails to note the drooplnl- lnstei arrangcrae" i
snares for trapping, animals umbrellas raincoats, think about this? : :: : ooocot: : ::=:toaoGao: : this particular case In his "Flora of the Panama Canal Zone Stsukf
Q hats, soles for their shoes, undershirts! sandals; combs ---- had asked I confirms that the owen_ are not at the branch tips. Incidentally, drI
musical Instruments ornamental vases boxes, a pen to WILL ERADICATE GARFISH in the money for a certain good I showiest l car ndd In Central America is /, 'copaia which has i.**

s 4 write with the paper to write on and in fact almost every New "Wildlife Officers" Ralph Hartman and $100.congregation"Thanks,started brother the list of" I 6! feet king and flower spikes 18! inches long It 104 was killed In Sw*
thanks
thing from hats of the highest finals: to the poles with by t cold wave but I am again,
trying
1 Merritt-or just call them game wardens If you : "I don't know your name, but may i '
which the coolie carrie! his loud Bamboo shavings are are planning to wage war on the garfish which kind heart, and may your business in Dr. Comer W
used to stuff pillow! and muUiesscH' The list is endless. ditches .long Martin Highway Local fishing be doubled I" The donor i found many genera of f'reM! In Coconut crow
was an under and I
were new to \\\im
Fochlni etc.
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Perhaps no other tree offers greater possibilities as a have donated seine webbing and leads for the Arcadian, BucOa Cualocum, tortbnjia .
source of pulp from) paper making: in Florida" to do the job. It's a grand idea and The News of was a pleasure to spend hours with him, trying to lee them) all in a*

t f, The conservation leaders of Florida are supporting the Martin County sportsmen in applauding it. a Puritan mother, "Is it' possible you showers and too little time. M. I
Florida Forest Service legislative which seeks E A. |
program your soldiers on the Sabbath!" 1
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t e, the appropriation of $2,000,000 annually. This amount EDITORIAL QUIPS mother It Is t Salvation Army"
will be HE COT THE JOB I
substantially augmented by Federal funds. Florida
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"4 already is receiving $400,000 a year from the U. S. Forest AlIght/ club once had a dancer who Tampa Times Upon graduation from college, Roy Chapman All
I l Service, and that amount will be l increased'' as We increase act by leaning over backward and picking up her ruled' that It was okay for /to drewa, the explorer had his heart set on getting a job) I'"
our expenditures on saving and developing our forests kerchief with her teeth, For an encore- she leaned U Bhe$ bigger than pal a' man a museum. He approached the director of the AmericasMuseum
: you fcnore
j What ran you as individuals dc>? There are three backward again and picked up her teeth., of Natural History In\ New York Til even was!
a' things that you ought to do: floors If I have to." he pleaded: j
h'e Anyone wanting to make this a better' "With'' vour training you woolffnt really wash (moo or1
r 1. Heed warning which f have given that the please hit acquaintances should make sure that ,his would YOU?" asked the director, ,]
trees of Florida are! being destroyed'and thatyou'r number can be found at night without consulting a : fellow over. there who's.really going "Not any kind of 'floors admitted' Andrews ?b ,
State is committing suicide When I tell tive. museum floors are different"-The Roteeho. Milton, Pass'
you the barometer points to suicide, don't send I Is he?" Y aylvania. f

7 it back to lh...factory. The surest thing about those International! ? ? wife' out of town"-The Dukes' Cog I

2.: Write or wire your Representative and your that a lot of experts have been doing some bum. ; Kansas. WELL? j
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Senator in Tallahassee to give their wholehearted iu one far corner and another. ---- !! What'can more pathetic than M,=emoty ape k""" 1

l support' to the Florida Forest Service legis- Pouring himself forth-t lative program. I Senator Vandenberg insists that he won't newly arrived at the {ingham, Washington.
Cannibal. Island, '
at schemes to win the presidency, but there are .
S. Go home and plant tree. other connivers hanging.around *" replkd aor wan.the .1'heoaecret of the & bomb;,, t' 'JIt.rlcan'h"ot .
chief
cannibal
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IIAL: NEWS., and Happenings of the WEEK IN, STUART News MRS.Hems office MARY for this before HARTMAN paper noon mart on Wednesday,reach Society the Editor newspaper 1 I e 1'

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sS MARfAl4E'PARIf} Rgg McQDADES TO ATTEND' I I GARDENIA QUEEN I II Dr, and Mrs Talmadge Wilson Schaefer and her mother In l Mr. and' Mn James M D.I I Mt. Airy, 'N. C where she went) The Rev and Mn Phil Maxwell 1 .
GtubgATLDsnd TWO CONVENTIONSMr TV3, 3 TL "O Af t-*"' and her mother, Mrs. Frances Vero Beach: and two weeks In Worral of Tryon, N. C., to consumate negotiations for 1j and family returned Wednesday !l'+,A I 1,
J41'1. 1. D. Parker and Mrs C: D. McQuade, r Mason, left Monday for their Washington, D C. Friday for a short visit arrived j the salt of her home there She I, 3 :, ,
u 1 leave June 7 for Tallahassee owners of the Stuart Hotel, will summer home in Patterson, N. J. -0--: WorraUi parents, Mr. night from a two-weeK K. I
attend the graduation cere The doctor expects to return the Otto O. Hupfel of Palm City will now,make Stuart her year- I"1.i .; : /
j which Mn Maxwell
leave this week for Atlanta where Bill King of Connellsvllle, Pa.,, trip during
Mir- round
their daughter, last of this week but will Join i -0- permanent residence. i 1' :
rc4 who wl receive a degree, they will attend the Florlda- them later In the summer for a who has been here since Dec. I, Carl Bess returned Saturday -C-- and three children visited' her 't' : t '
left today for his Northern home. J
Bachelor of heycwilChem- Oeorgla Council of the United i I month vacation at Bar Harbor, He stayed this year at the home from Frederlcktown Mo., wherehe Mrs. R.. B. McPherson, whO Is parents In Beatrice, Ala. 'while "1' )
r* June >. Commercial, Travelers tomorrowand Me. Mrs 'Wilson and metier expect of/Mr. and Mn, Kenneth Stun-' went to accompany his mother visiting relatives on Long blandplans Mr. Maxwell attended the 8-day v' I
baccalaureate service June to be in New England until Mrs, E. H. Bess, who has ,1J./' 1\\
Saturday McQuade will be
and graduation the jollowlng 4 4aYLa I, Nov J, melt : spent the winter In Stuart with to go to Hackettstown.NJ convention of Southern Baptists i jl. : f
1 and return home the last the official delegate from Indian 0 -0- his slater, Mrs George the first week In June to at- In St Louis, Mo. The Stuart pastor 'r 1, ht"l
the week. Their daughter, River Cduncll 730 They I Mr. and Mrs Herman Mosley I Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Llttman -e- tend the graduation exercises: of reported that 10,000 attend- I'' If!, \
an, Is also a student at the then will go to Boston to attend and baby daughter Melbourne I returned Sunday night from a Mn Harris Lowery, Conrad'i Centenary Junior; College ,June ed the 102d annual meeting !of ;j, I I.i!
ate University and will accom- the tour-day session of the New were week end guests ot his weeks trip to Qulncy and to children, Harris 3rd, 6 when her church representatives of' the' j jSouthern
Lorraine,
ny them on the trip home. England Council. mother, Mrs, ,George Gay, and Gainesville where they visited left Friday for will be daughter. ; 'n n '
argaret plans to enter Charity Mr Oa,. i their son, James, a senior of the Oa, to visit her mother, Mrs graduated StatesWIRA _.__ I" 1 '
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apical at New Orleans in Julyr Other stops of their six-week I I Uplverslty of Florida. Mae Clark j ; \.: :,
vacation will Include visit With" Tr8CMrt;;; "
advanced courses In medical a Mrs has return. -0- '- "I
-hnology which career she their two daughters and their led I from a visit with Mrs Mae, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Pittman, Dr, and Mrs Henry K Voris : t' ;
ana to follow after. a year at families In Springfield, Mass, a 4 I Clark at her summer home In Jr., spent spring vacation here, drove to Fort Meyers for a 3' I jil ,, :
:f Orleans stay with Mrs. McQuade sister' Mountain City, OaJames1 ; visiting his parents, Mr, and day fishing ouJng with friends tj, ,
Mrs Frank Zemlna, In New i -0- I Mrs A. a Pittman of California formerly of, Illinois who now !, I
PING IUNAREK TO WED Haven, Conn.; a visit In Albany, Reardon, Jr and son: Ave. Mr Pittman, Jr, Is a senior lives on Pine Island Their plans 1400 ON YOUR DIAL 1 '
AT U IN NEW YORK CITY N. Y, where McQuade broth-: James 3rd, left by auto Fridayfor at the ,University of Florida Include a visit with relatives In "
ring Kanarek, associate ofe ers and sisters live, and thenceto I DIANE VAN DUSEN Lake Pleasant N. y., to arrange where he expects to get his Miami before returning home Mutual Broadcasting System : :
Stuart Department Store Binghamton, N. Y. to visit Al Mbw1 Van Dues, 16 of Win for the summer opening bachelors) degree at the end of the last of LI
it Monday for New York City, Schmidt, who was a guest at ter Haven, was crowned Florida of the Hamilton Inn and Tarn- the, summer session He Is majoring _oWe;!' i GOOD LISTENING, EVERY DAY, 'Iij\ :
here his marriage to Miss their hotel here for six ,week, 's Gardenia Queen at Cypress arab Club which Mr Reardon' In business administration The Jensen Beach school students ; I ;
ttclle Dorfman will be held May this winter Gardens where thousands will operate this season Mrs. and physical education He are today celebrating the ALL DAY ON I :"j'I i, 'I i.11
His parents Mr. and Mrs O. Schmidt has 400 ft of technl- of the fragrant white Reardon and< daughter. Terry expects to remain at the university close of school with an all-day ,
Kanarek, are In New Yorkd color moving picture film of Stu-,, blossom lined famous Gardenia will Join them early next month until he receives his masters outing which will take them to'' WIRAMartin 4 I'I
his sister, Mrs. Florence art and Martin County which he Lane.PARENTS -0- degree the canal locks to see a demonstration A 11.Sl'r.illlt 11.t
uerbach, will go from Stuart will send back to Stuart by Mc- Miss Marlon Stevens left -0- of a boat being Sf tju-le and Indian River Counllei ,
ir the ceremony. Quade for showing this area. TO ATTEND Thursday to spend the summer, W. N Cromer attended the taken through the locks and i f *r 1 ;i I :',,1,f '
After a wedding trip to New Prevlewers report that trained SAINT LEO GRADUATION In Rahway, N. J. after spendingthe Shrine ceremonies of Mahl Tem- ending with a picnic at the 8 ,I Our Martin County Representative'I' '
ampshlre the young couple will sailfish could not have performed -' Mr and Mrs. Ralph Hartmanand winter at Jupiter Island ple in Miami Saturday. With W. Traylor estate at Port Sewall I j !
at home In Stuart after July better for Schmidts camera Mr. and Mrs R. L. Mlnne- where she i Is principal of the Island i ii Bill Bltchell. who accompanied MRS FRANCES C. SMITH J:! :, Ii I
and the film has been Instrumental han of Stuart and Mr. and Mrs i School, Inc, She planned to him, they stayed at the McAl Mrs Ethel T.'Porter returned I' Phone 119.W. Stuart, Florida j{: k : I
in arousing much Inter- James Diamond of Kobe Sound spend Friday visiting Mrs: Mary lister Hotel over the week end. Sunday night from a month in T ro'q I I
T =FA fT est in Stuart finest fishing. will leave next Wednesday afternoon --- --- -----. I ). '
r. Mrs. Margaret Spring of Rah- for St. Leo where their I
way, N. J., will have charge of sons will be graduated at 10 a. it'' I : '
MUSCULAR the hotel during the McQuade m. Thursday from the St. Leo i\\ Ij';
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absence 1\\ i ,
College Preparatory School Donald "
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Hartman and Bob Diamondare "
ACKACHE HERBERT SUDHOFF, ,JR. graduating as honor U- ;', .. ,i ,
WILL BE GRADUATEDIN dents: and Dan Mlnnehan Is :
MJNEOLA. N, Y, completing the elementary '
Mrs. Herbert Sudhof will leave school. Dan plans to return to tJ.
RELIEF June 14 for Mlneola, N. Y., to St. Leo next year Bob plans to : ,
attend the graduation exercises enter Fordham University In --
ub on NEURtOALM of her son,Herbert Jr, at Mlne September and Don has been enrolled j
ola High School. She will stop at Georgia Tech where he jh
I. PENETRATING in Washington for a week visit will begin college work June IS
edamdm. nINa. with her other son, Richard who
\ a. w-ota. ..... 1s an electronics technician at CRARY AND PRIESTMANTO ,,. ,I i!
> ) 2. STIMULATING./ the Navy Research Laboratory, FINISH AT BOLES 'j II
| I' I' ...10. tllfll ., Mr. and Mrs Sudhoff came to Mrs Ruby Brown w1l1. loin :
j Ill i Florida two years ago from Mine- Senator and Mn Evan*. Crary / ,/ La kECEILNCr"N' f II
I a..c.oati'::: ..:s:ka.p ola where they had lived for 17 In Jacksonville June 1 to attend / / ,I a M,,,, MLA[ECEILENCp"a'p I : \
.. years, and a year ago built a the graduation of their son
:HEN m nk nxkhi N......la .. home In Palm City. Herbert remained Evans Jr. at Boles School. Mn H.n
'.m ..<* fc mutt vork innulr, in New York to graduatewith Lloyd Travis also will attend the .
:: .lt..7r ,
eh hood Sow M
,oe< 5d .r....i.. raMW 4 I M his life-time classmates but ceremony to see her nephew, ntLNn LECILLENCV"e-/
.m_Md.5.bhs..A a.sds-.....Tb.rw.. -...... has applied for admission to the John Priestman, graduate, .If f EN NU I 1 : !t tf59s4 '
.. ... .. University of Florida for his Mr. Travis conditions permits
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"....... ,.. ... .,....,. higher education. her to leave Travis was reported 85 :, I""
It .nr..Ma ..ial_ ai this week to be slightly Improved u aye cordially tnvited fo lie ,
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........ io.. _.toot. pa a won CLEANww. ,AM ..d... BISHOP ENTERTAINSKEY at Martin County Hospital : : ::jl
tteumt Mini fraa CLUB MEMBERS where he has been a patient
to Md rum nb, ::: Nos.b.wcW...., Hihl[ Nell Bishop was guest artist several weeks, :: I
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... .1.... ......... : :.. .1, .. at last Thursdaysluncheon ,
meeting of the Stuart Key Club W R. JOHNSONS ENTERTAIN
civic at the high school when he mystified AT JUPITER ISLAND HOME
EURA'BALM| and baffled the club mem, Mr. and Mn Winder Johnson '
ben with a repetolre of magic entertained with supper and i
WAY KEUEF riON ACHES AND,MIN The club directors elected l C. games Sunday evening at their
H. Hardwick a new member, ocean front home at Hobe l ;
Sound. Ouesta Included Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Taylor and
LISTEN their son, Charles, of Miami Mr. :
and Mrs Edward Roach and j (7Wf/
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iPallidwuJ. their daughter Miss Patricia
1b Roach of Hobe Sound and Chicago -
Mr and Mr*, Edward &
Hance of Phlledalphla and Mr. i j
and Mrs Edwin A MennInger, ,":'

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> MISS DYER MRS SMITH
TO ATTEND ARC CONVENTIONMiss 1
r cen
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Myrtle I Dyer and Mn ULOVA\1 ,,tp21 ,
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France Smith will leave June 6 '
Every for, Cleveland where they will trctaooecvA'I '
'act as official delegates of the )
Mon.. Wed.. FrL. I Martin County chapter of the
American Red Cross at the national -
9145[ AIW I convention June 9-12. ',,1''

R A RUE ATTENDS ARC MEET ,2frcgt4; ".1, '

I Fred Rue attended a meeting ". ':::::
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ot southeastern area chapter i, i r I : ;i
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'representatives of the AmericanRed
Cross In Atlanta, Thursday ,' ,
J49.50 to $195,00
,
'when plans were formulated for ,
inaugurating a blood-donar program .. '"
in the Southern States
Treasurer of the Martin County
PARKER chapter Mr. Rue remained Friday .
to become acquainted with
the personnel and office of the

area headquarters- FOR GRADUATION

CHISHOLM GRANDDAUGHTERARRIVES .
MAY 14 .
Mr. and Mrs Robert Hlefrich I qI iNJ SEE OUR FINE SELECTION OF NAME ".' ;' ..k i
Ahxei A"As of East'Bt, Eoujr.i Mo., hare announced -
the arrival of a daughter BRAND WATCHES. FOR THE YEARS:; OF '

Rene Jaquellne, May 14. She etstuaue o 4 / SERVICE YOU WILL EXPECT YOUR
GRAD'j'j
weighed S Ibs, 9 on Mrs. Hlef .

BELL BREAD rich holm I 1a of the Stuart former Her June mother Chls-, UATION GIFT TO GIVE BUY ONLY A ;,I t t5125N

toRte'/NE./ Mn William Chlsholm,who 'went ) / KNOWN STANDARD MAKE WATCH '
BAKERS
to St. Loula two weeks ago. Is
expected horn tomorrow'es aa : "

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PAGE TWELVE THE!; STUART NEWS STUART, Martin County, !ILORIUt, 'IRS""Y, MAY tZ. 1J47. ___

, n saying, have ft thorough
lEON for IIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIII.l.WMIIIMIII'I'l"t l l t I I I I I l l I I I I l I I Stuart,.was quoted a thai
JONES
TO ENTER and will leave June i Cin- LSM IS LARGEST VESSEL TO USE CROSS-STATE CANAL prettiest little spraying Perhaps
the
t "Stuart 1 II the ]
i I MUSIC CONSERVATORY! cinnati where he will enter a Obituariesiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimimmimiiiiiiiiji I town on the East Coast", need washing,Take i pelt

,J \ : Mr and Mrs.Leon t Jones,Jr,. conservatory. of music to con- I l l t l l l l l l l l I I I I I I l I \, Whether that .Is true or not,, that rug, Maybe youl J

have sold their Palm City home tinue voice studies, Interruptedby PITTMAN'S SON-IN-lAW (and I'm sure somebody will to take it up
--: the war.Charles ROCK to the contrary! we can Paint la npt
i DIES IN LITTLE think quit* st su.
; 'i' ; F Patterson of Pat clean town and a during the ,
war
Demus A. Wood 39, ton-ln-law: make 1 it a A flak
STUART terson and Simmons Construction to live. long Think
; CITY COMMISSION Company purchased the a. of Mr. and Mr*. Andrew O. Pitt- healthy Now that place we have the spirit, way it tm,
Jones place which will be occupied man, died of a heart attack early let's spread our efforts further
I i 4 Regular Meetings by nil mother who Is moving, Friday at a Little Rock hospital I and clean the Inside of our

h 8:00 P. M. here from Miami. : Mr. Pittman left by plane at T:30' hornet. We might get our winter FredAoStaffSRegister
: Mr. and Mrs. Jones plan to
: m. Friday to be with his dau- clothes cleaned up and l-ored:
J a
2nd and 4th next to their farmat '
I' move spring meant
have
l\ It Loveland Ohio to make their 1 e! ghter, the former Billy Pittman.d That closet that you could M1
long
"I' WEDNESDAYSStuart to clean out for so
n. ; future home. Jones li director of and grandson Billy P. 1 months Civil Engine J'
I 1 r I
City Hall 1
1 the Methodist church choir and Funeral services was conducted 1/

t ''f"" has been appreciated by this Sunday afternoon at the ROTARY CLUB And
; community for numerous musi- First Baptist Church at Ozark '
\ Public Always Welcome cal presentation which he has with burial In the family plot STUART Hm. sass Land Surveyor .'t
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conductedat" there. 1 e ..HISHOLM'" RILL Stuart Florlss ;
I Wood was well-known here, 1" Fate ITAFFORDr..
'Awr
H I L"I having come to Camp Murphy JAMBS PEGIIAM, .... Phone aMJ.J.
with the first contlgent of soldiers -
1-
\ Accuracy Courtesy Service He was sergeant tyn the hospital ; -
I The ISM-lt ,which was towed from Charleston "J'... a..II'hvlo 11'.4''Is corps there for two yean -

8. C. to' Tampa Bay, Is shown its It started Its and St-,., beam, and was towed by a tub 89 ft. during which time he met and "W. Sell the Best" ->I".I> "W Service the
Abstract and Title westerly trip Ihroujh the cnws-Slate canal from long, 17 ft wide and with a 7-ft draft. Tie IBM married Miss Pittman. After the Rqf]
I" Stuart to Furl Myeis It l Is reported to be the ,was, sold to the Ilendry ,Corporation of Rattle' war he continued In hospital
largest vessel' ever In hate .paused through this snake which sent the tog to Charleston to take work and In Civil Service, at BARTLETT BROS. 1'r

waterway. 11 is !JO ft. Ions, has a i-ft draft It In tow Camp Root a permanent Army
I! Insurance Co. Inc. ..........i .. V wW. .*. base near Little I Rock Besideshis COME IN -* SIT DOWN -. VISit
wife and eon, he leaves a
. NEW YORK FATHER BUILDS. UNIQUE CHILDREN'S TABLE mother and two sisters of Little LOOK & LISTENl\\l

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OF STUART, FLORIDA [15. Rock. Apparently !In perfect AT YOUR
\ health he suffered an attack of
11 1\ angina pectoris May ( and died LEISURE & IN COMFORT
1- of a second attack Friday '\ !
AnnouncesI Mrs Wood and baby will returnto 317 Osceola Ave. Phone Stuart a
Stuart with her father the
I ,II I first of the week, '
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I \ OPENING MAY 26, 1947 .,
ST. LUCIE STARTS

We are now ready to serve the Public at lar;.. AERIAL SPRAYING For
I .- Repair Spring;
ABSTRACT SERVICE OF ALL KINDS St. Lucie County's mosquito' t
control spraying program officially '
-I r ROOM 10 VICTORY ARCADE got under way last Wednesday We are now receiving f
as a Fort Pierce Airways
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i STUART. FLORIDA plane put a DDT solution on 20 many hard-to-get items. JI
I acres of the 800-acre Bear Point '

salt marsh. I .,
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-1 su-pervisor .I See us for screens, screen doors, '
said the aerial ;operation was .
HUTTORADIO] suspended while minor repairs window' frames; fancy grilled i.
to the DDT tank were effected -
doors etc.
I but he expected to resume the screen l
Job In the afternoon He said
1
AND APPLIANCE CO. ;
the largest marsh areas were on tD
JUST.ARRIVED the South Island at Bear Point:
,
ar eta but spraying would continue
-- Mill-Work Handled at All Times it
FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY '
Jri and Jerry, twin t'i-year-old sons of Mr and their father.: He made the top of ceramic until all salt marshes an covered -I

ELECTROMATIC PORTABLE WASHING Mrs. Eu.eneIartin! of Kew Gardens N Y.,sit at hand-decorated ,with, figures and ABCs 1I1el.1 :I 1
Meanwhile, the county new
the combination play and dining table built by
MACHINE -.- truck, authorized for purchaseat CASA LUMBER CO
,
A Tuesday board meeting was
I ST. CHARLES CABINETS and. SINKS lered so that It Is capable of fir SWIM SUIT MODELEDADELE being fitted out with a body anda
I
RegistrationOf ing more than one shot with one 300-gallon tank. Part of the
Sunroc Water Coolers continuous pnll!,of the trigger spraying will be carried out with I PHONE 66 i

J, f f4v ground equipment
f All FirearmsIn such as a machine-gun or ma rr
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GE Electric Vacuum Cleaners chine-pistol. -I

GIBSON HOME FREEZER State SoughtThe 2. A shotgun or rifle having Home 1
barrel less than 18 Inches In
.JJ ELECTRIC and GAS WATER HEATERS I '
length( except a .22 or smaller DemonstrationI
I I Bureau ol Internal Revenue
ELECTRIC ICE CREAM FREEZERS -
caliber rifle-which must be registered PAINT UP
r of the V 8: Treasury Do- "
f' If barrel length Is less ,
ATTIC FANS partment Is conducting a driveto I
than 16 Inches By MISS LUCILE INSCOE
register all machine-guns and
TO MAKE YOUR HOME COMFORTABLE 3. A muffler or silencer for J.
: other weapons covered by the
.r. National Firearms Act large any firearm. Nobody can deny the Clean 'UP

:: numbers of which have been 4 A revolver or pistol with ance of "clean-up day"
HUTTORADIO brought Into this country as accompanying shoulder stock City of Stuart Is one of Obet".1
souvenirs, by returning servicemen 8. AllY other weapon excepta demonstrations we've
pistol-or a revolver from long time Not only did and
,,; RADIO AND APPLIANCE CO. This has been announced by which a shot Is discharged by get things shinned up, but they I

I' ,' :f 202 Osceola Ave. Opposite City Fire Dept W. L. Oetzen Investigator In an explosive such weapon Is enjoyed the day. Neighbors I
charge of the bureau's AlcoholicTax capable of being concealed on chatted as they worked side by I
I Unit in Florida, which it. the person side In a cooperative effort to
charged with enforcing this law. Under this act It is Illegal to make our town a clean and attractive -
I The drive part of a nationwide cell or transfer any weapon of place. I
Your idle campaign, Is being made to les- I the type described without payment i atl tr' to A few months ago, the conductor FIXITOver
> money sen the possibility of weapons of a $200 tax, unless the on a train going! through.
!l has been rendered
; of this type falling Into the weapon uivjrervicable
I I hands of gangsters\ and oilierI the weapon hall I STOPSCHillS
criminals I been : eded:: unserviceable, i
Can 666
l' earn Oetacn pointed out that the may be transferred' without payment !
national Firearms Act requires of this tax by filing the
forms with the Cons a./e.M.L.LI. FEVER
that weapons of the following proper
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20 types be registered with the mlwiloner of .Internal Revenue\ ... .
I 'I Commissioner The ,NatiiHil Firearms Act r : ::. c.. : ...
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does not require firearm to -
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I 1''I fo Insured Savings Miss Jergens Hollywood mo- 50,000 Universal low

A AccountsThe LUMBERand I Iron picture actress, models anew p s
two-piece/ swimming suit
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corpora at a California beach.

r I lion insures individual accounts to $5,000 Husband Influx.O of Work Farms anJRanchesl!
'I t may have total of $15,000, fully insured. ever, since the ( a great on
Firs r I
I \ t Federal savings accounts are legal Investments V Building number of fully automatic flreai -
+ for Trust Funds, as well as Funds held by Guardians', ms, such as machine-guns and
I 11 THE ''JEEP'
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I Administrators and Executors. machine-pistols, during Wol'll1War :::
Materialsare The Universal "Jeep" has proved its value I ia_the belt, ?
I MORE E JOBS- i
; II, It has been discoveredsome
;l Call or Write test of ill-round-the.year use on thousands of farm
I have found{ their way Into
-Fulls I plows,
I ::11aj t and raacbes.f. .
plentiful :
more
the hands of criminals who have row,

,; 18 FIRST FEDERAL used them In the commission. of .rm i Implements, The"Jeep"is fie all-around vehicle farmers needed
We May Have What You Need'or violent crimes Hauls I leads la 1200
Ibs. an Ce off the road always ready for hauling towing field,work sod I
1 J Savings and Loan Association That New Home Be Sure t J See Us Therefore as a protection to '
-T'WII..dst.2 tons drive ((6
members of' the 'families of the powering equipment. With 2and 4-wheel

'1 .., of Indian River County r ALSHRIGLEY, Mgr. owners a* well ax to reduce the ..Fewer at highway'take-off speeds.d (llv- speeds forward 2 reverse) and power'take-otr. the

VERO BEACH, FLORIDA East Coast Lumber potential hazard existing to ef- arslo30hpanheboH.Fewer ( "Jeep" has power and versatility to handle almost uT
Ifil2-20th Street Dial 2137
fective law enforcement, pos mowers, farm job. It is a paying investment Come it now and
I R, W Scdgwick, SecretaryTreasurerMember season of fully automatic firearms sprayers other shaft.
I lawfully Imported are driven ;; inspect it.Let .
I : Federal Home Loan Bank and Federal & Supply Co. I asked at the time of their reg. -Work. the equipment.' year Voundl!
Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. I Istratton to permit them to be

I "+ ; 1 Current dividend rate. Phone 22 Stuart, Florida l rendered permanently unservlce- I
I able by a welding process whichIn rl
t, no way mars their looks or
-- affects their value
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firearms Such, action must be
I strictly voluntary. This welding
CAR NEED SERVICE ? and the registration of the firearm .
7 t" e i .Is done at no cost to the
I I owner

Major Repair Cart Be Avoided By Taking Care Of Minon Adjustment I I Failure to of comply the National with the Firearms requirements -

? d Immediately1. We Are Ready to Serve Any Hour Of the'Day. Act may subject owners of'
: such weapons to a penalty of up

Our Prices Are Re' s6nable, Our Work Is Guaranteed ,, to five years in prison ant) a fine
12000
Stop InWILEY ofF complete Information and

assistance In. registering any Uf demonstrate on YOUR land impf.lhsfal.
< firearm coming within the provisions utlng YOUR
MOTOR CO. of the National, Firearms
Act contact the area' office of WILEY

I North Federal Highway Phone 291 I, Vie Alcohol Tax Unit, 23 N. t MOTOR, 'COJTd
.. 8t,Immediately behind the. main
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THE STUART NEWS; : STUART,' Martin County; FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1147 rAGE'11IIR"I1(. v +i I



ICIAL NEWS and Happenings of t the WEEK IN STUART, 1 News MRS.Item office MARY for this before HARTMAN paper noon must on Wednesday reach Society the Editor newspaper t t i" k r I


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Bozone Presents Program i i quarters, necessitating use of CHARLES ERNEST SLOCUM PARENTS ENTERTAIN Williamson, W. 'Va, and Mrs.!I NEW PROGRAM NETS ORGANIZATION PLANNED* '.--
I the\ kitchen for classroom: BORN MAY 14 IN TEXAS SIXTH GRADERS Easley and daughter are guests I COUNTY $116,329Tallahassee
At a business session presidedover Mrs. Blanche F. Slocum has Pupils of Miss Olney Kuril's at the Stuart Hotel for a two-; Jacksonville. May 22-Completion
sent word of the arival of her 6th grade of the Stuart school week vacation. This Is their May; 22-State !) ot an organization designed .
To Group by the president Mrs. 3 I'
Children Church E.
first grandchild, Charles Ernest were entertained by their parents first visit to Stuart and the doc- Superintendent of public: Instruction to co-ordinate efforts of 1
......... Taylor, Mrs. Harry Swlnglehurst, Slocum, May 14 at Brooke Gen-, at a party at Jensen Beach lastThursday I tor Is so favorably Impressedthat Colin English has estimated Individuals and agencies Inter ,
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supply chairman, urged membersto eral Hospital, Fort Sam Houston, afternoon After a he plans to return and bring I about 37 million dollars of .
Yo p! Bozone, superintend- Teachers taking part were bring clothing and, wool yarnsto San Antonio, Texas. The baby diamond ball game and swim West Virginia friends with him. State funds will be made available ested la better! distribution ot J
e primary department Mrs. John Barber, Mrs. Charles the June a'circle meeting at weighed I lb. 2-os. Mrs. Slocum ming a picnic supper was served:! "Stuart not only has the finest;I to the counties under the agricultural nation products throughJ
out the effected last
lethodist! Sunday School Updegrpve and Mrs. Clay Me- Stuart librarian, flew to'fexasMay ,. Those attending were Patricia fishing In the world", he said : new minimum foundation program was
the home of
rogram' theme, "Theand Kenzle Other were the pastor, boxes Mrs. J. E. Taylorto t for the expected arrival.' Dickey, Patty Lucky, Bette "but also the'most ''wonderful I passed by the Legislature week In Washington with election
| Their Church" at complete to be shippedfor Although they call the baby Greene, Sally Lorenzo, Jollne, breeze of any place t know :About 75 per cent of this amountwill of William L. Wilson. Jacksonville f
''i monthly and business the Rev. W. G. Aldridge, Mrs foreign relief. "Junior"she wrote."He Is named KickUter, Florence Meggett, Zola i With C. D. McQuade they were go to teachers salaries as president of the new { 6
|of the Womani Society Joe Philp and three little Sunday ; Mrs Taylor urged t good at- after his father, grandfather Mae Blakeslee, Isabel Mathers,! guests one day of Capt Walter This represents a doubling of National Association of Market"
tlan ,Service at the School girls, Shirley Goodman tendance at the subdistrict mls- and two great-grandfathers" Jane Morrison Shirley Pressel" Johns for a sallfishlng trip In the State effort Under the new anagerri. and approval of a program -
f In presenting the work Marian Updegrove and sionery meeting Tuesday at 10:30 Other points of Intent In her Barbara Jones Margie Stanley,! the Gulf Stream during which program the 87 counties will receive of activities
unday School she took I Mildred Clements.Mrs. a. m at the Calvary church In letter arf"After Charles graduated Helen McCullough, Georgia they landed an assortment of additional State funds amounting I iiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiMiiTiiiiiir i i, : '
fibers on a tour of the Boson stressed the! need Lake Worth. Six member who March 25 as a F-51 pilot Evans, Peter Barr, Leland Johns,: bonitos and mackereL Another to 18 million dollars. I '
their CARD OF
signified Intention HANKS
l department and teach- of more room and additional to at- he was transferred to a troop Bobby Johnson, Eddie Leek,' day they were guests of Nell All estimates are based on 1945-
Iced the work of the II facilities as the school has completely -: H.tend H.were Mrs. I. L. Decker, Mrs carrier of the 4th Troop Squadron Van Smith Bob Shlrgley, Doyle' Bishop aboard his cruiser for a 49 attendance records and are Mr, mid Mrs. Odell De-Loach t ) I t
!the various classes outgrown the present Thayer, Mrs Swlnglehurst, and is now stationed at Carter, John Fulton, Mr and day on the ocean Also In the subject to fluctuation due to Increases ,express sincere thanks to every.
-- -- -.- Dr.Kramer.Abbot Morton and Mrs F M',, Bergstrom Field;' Austin, whichIs Mrs Leslie Pressel, Mr. and Mrs.' party was Bernard Griff of In school attendance and one sq kind to us In the recent
Others present : about 77 miles from San Antonio L. C. Klrkllter, John Stanley' Cleveland, secretary of the International teacher: qualification changes. loss of our home by fire. Mr. and +
were Mrs. Ald- After his wife and baby MrS. Earl Greene, Mrs B. D Fulton : Teamsters Union, The breakdown for Martin Mrs Shelby McCulley join Mr. '
MIDNIGHT SHOW F.ridge Johnson, Miss ,Mary Mrs. Ames, Mrs. H. leave the hospital we will move Mrs. W. W. Meggett: Mrs.' who Is spending two months at I County under the new program and Mrs. PC Loach In expressing

RIC TONITEThursday. Connor, Mrs Clyde Margaret Pirtle and O- to Austin to live We are planning Dieken Mrs J, P. Blakeslee and the Stuart Hotel, shows $68,609 available and $47- "thankj to everyone who wet so e
to all drive back to Stuart Miss Eurit.COLLEGE e 720 additional State funds being kind and came" to the aid of our
daughter, Carolyn, Mrs., Glenn
May 22 the last of June
made available.
and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew D. Ber- children In their misfortune'MR t
DeBerry son, David, Mrs.
Walter ,- STUDENTS FETED: key of Port Sewall flew home! and MRS. ODELL DrLOACHSalerno
Kltchlng and Mrs. W. R. CARRIELS IRATE GRANDSON
Leach INSTITUTE JUNE 17-20 BY S-COUNTX LEGISLATORS Saturday from Chicago where] ,
Dr and Mrs. Charles.A. Carrie!
The annual summer Institute, Florida University students they have spent three weeks; the
have received word of arrival
ATTEND conducted by the Florida Con- from Martin, St Lucie and Indian They will leave by train tomorrow MR and MRS SHELBY
18 of their first grandchild
gress of Parent-Teachers at the River Counties were honored for New York City where McCtXLEY, Salerno
PALM BEACH MEETINGSix Jonathan Turner, Carrlcl, Jr..
State University has been'set at a formal banquet at the they will be guests at the Ritz '
/in::niimiiimiiiiNMiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiExpert (
senior ,sponsors of the May 10 at Glen Mills'; Pa. Thel.son .. t
I for June 17-20. The Stuart Cherokee Hotel In Tallahassee Carlton for a week but expectto 1'' 'd
ywr Baptist Church accompanied 12 Dr. J. T. Carriel, is associate A
P-TA has set aside $100 to defray Tuesday night by the legislatorsfrom spend most of June and July
children to West Palm Beach with the duPont Research Lab-
expenses of local memberswho this Senatorial district at their Port Sewall home, the ,
t Friday afternoon to attend the oratories at Glen Mills
wish! to attend. Reservations Hosts at the delightful affair Sunrise Inn.
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tw I Baptist Training Union conven- have been made for the Stuart were Senator and Mrs. Evans DIRECTOR NAMED Watch Repairing
Lion Adults Included the I
I Phil Maxwell, Mr. and pastor Mrs.' president, Mrs. Garland Eden- Crary and Representative and Mr. and Mrs E. W. Dutton: Gainesville May 22: -K. O
I field, the vice-president, Mrs. Mrs Marvin H. Rowell of Stuart, State director. for the
Clayton.
Arnold I Bauer, Mrs R F, Long- left'Tuesday for New York City Brine Your Work To My Home ,
r i bottom, Mrs Gordon Parks and Herman Reitz, Jr.. and the pro- Representative and Mrs. D. H. after! spending the season at Production and Marketing Administration 2nd House Across e i p
gram phalrman, Mrs. P. M. Mc- Saunders of Fort Pierce and has been '
Rep
Mrs, Ed Burgess The student their winter home at Port Sewall. named Fed. Highway No. 1 .
delegation was comprised of Cullough. It Is hoped that other resentative Alex MacWilliams of I After a few days in New York I director of the University ef. I.'
i Mary Lloyd members will avail themselvesof Vero Beach. they will go to their 'home at Florida Agricultural Extension 68 W. 3rd St., Right Side of : ,
.
I Campbell, CharlesuBoggess:: Ford the free training school conducted -I ------ Chatham, Mass", for the sum I Service, effective July 1. by the Street '
by university personnel State Board of Control, accord-
Carter, Jr. Herman Reita, Olive Mr and Mi* Ted Chambersand mer I
DR.NFFFP""or" I Burgess, Betty Huff, Patsy Sullivan daughter, Ann, joined a : ing to an annoanwment by Dr. Charles H. Jackson :' '
Beach and Richard Brooks, 3S BEGIN COURSE IN group of former Stuartltes Sun- Jim Foresman has closed his H, Harold Hume, provost for i;
I Elaine Ulmer and Polly RIce. SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK day for a re-union at the homeof winter home at Port Sewall and agriculture ,
I The opening session of the Mr. and Mrs Ossle RaulersonIn left yesterday for a visit in I ----- "
HORROR SHOW SARAH HICKS CIRCLE Sunday School training courseof Okeechobee. Mr. and Mrs. R. Washington, D C.. before going I, I "
The Sara Hicks Circle of the the Baptist Church Monday L. Mlnnehan also drove over for to his Eaglesmere. Fa. home for OPENS *, >
I VIMS pf the Baptist Church night was attended by 38 work- the all-day get-together which the summer I I I IIIf I II;J IIIIII I S.(, and Sun 245'j i j
met Tuesday afternoon at the ers, dlreceted by L. C. Ktekllter, Included Mr. and Mrs Jim. Love :.... e j f 1"
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School lace and Mr. and Mrs. Louis \\\ > thru Fri 5.4S.
I home of Mrs. O C. Crews, who Sunday superintendent. Col. Maurice F Day left last r '; i
i I was assisted In entertaining by The textbook, The 10 Com- Halbach of Vero Beach. week for North Carolina wherehe TODAY ONLY THURSDAY MAY 22ND. '3 { r
Mrs Henry Crews Mn Wilson mandments" will be taught by e will spend the summer at his, ,:
McClure conducted a brief business the pastor, the Rev: Phil Maxwell Mr and Mrs. J. S. Michaelson, new mountain home at Roaring Double Feature Program i --- ,
meeting at which an offering Mrs A. O Pittman, --Mrs Owners of .the Royal Poinciana Gap. While his new winter I ': I i
I was taken for foreign relief Mattie Parks and Mrs, Ed Burgess Cottages at Jensen Beach planto home was being built this win- WARNER BAXTER. I 1

Mrs, R. T. Jackson teacher leave June 1 on a two-month ter at Port Sewall he was a II'm J $
!of the summer study course, motor tour ofhe WesternStates guest at the Sunrise Inn until it in COLUMSIA PICTURES'J
ME 1481 presented the 7J chapter of the BAPTIST BROTHERHOOD ending lIrtro Yellowstone! ,closed for the season and after '
text book, Chrlstus Emptor. TO MEET MONDAY NIGHT Park, They first to St' !that was a house guest of Jim
SIIJYER The brotherhood of the Baptist Louis where their son, James, a I Foresman Il.h departure. cfLLFN :t \
Iritb RaiSsx AWARDS FOR GIRL SCOUTS Church will entertain pas- prep Student at Principle College .
tors and laymen of other will Join them, and thence Arthur Llllybald of the Sun '
A troop meeting of all groups churches at the 7 p. m covered through Minnesota, Montanaand rise Inn, Port Sewall, will leave '
x r of the Girl Scouts will be held dish supper. at the annex Mon Month Dakota. Mi1 and by car tomorrow for Roaring !
at 3:45: p m. Wednesday at the day night. Carl Bridges and Mrs. W. B. Settles of West Palm Gap, N. C., where he will visit .. ,)
STAGE u Woman's Club at which time Hastings Munch' are In chargeof Beach, former residents of Col. Maurice F. Day before go- DAER .
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award badges will be presented. arrangements. Fred Bental sew ails Point, will operate the Ing to Red Wing Minn. to spend WILLIAM FRAwtIt
The senior scout committee will will conduct the program and cottages during their absence. the summer wlthjjils mother IRANN SULLY---.uw...... '

meet Thursday. the president, Roscoe Rollins, a '111
will preside Mjss Fern Coleman will leave MUCKLANDS USAGE ALSO i iG
Saturday for Baltimore to return PROGRAM STUDIED
STUART PRESBYTERIANS to Franklin Square Hospital : West Palm Beach, May 22 '
GUESTS AT FORT FIERCE for three more months nursing (FNS) A program to utilize
The Fort Pierce Presbyterian training I Although graduatedwith I more than 500,000 acres of muck-
trI Womans Organization entertained -' the May class I she will lands for farming south and east ;
members of the Stuart officially finish her course JI I of Lake Okeechobee through wa. I
church at a luncheon at the Aug. 21.Jinn ter control was under study .
church Tuesday. The program here this week by Federal engineers I I.J
Included reports of the recent Diamond of Hobe Sound I ..J .
Presbyterial at Rockledge and returned Friday from a four-day The Federal plan, still in tentative 'I I
music by"the 5th grade glee club. business trip to Atlanta. He returned form, provides for pump- _FRIDAY & SATURDAY, MAY 23 & 24TH. ,
Stuart people attending were by way of Tallahassee I II Ing water in either direction and -- --- 2 BIG HITS 2 --------------
Laund'erall Dr. and Mrs. E. C, Young, Mrs. where he Was the dinner guestof for dikes around the best farm- HIT NO. 1 ,
Anne MacDowell, Mrs George I Senator and Mrs, Evans Crary : Ing lands skirting the lake region '
Porter Mrs. Elizabeth Kara, Mrs. and by St, Leo to visit his son, The area being considered CoossS a e00EeSY'sMUNI
F R. Horton, Mrs. Blanche Low. Bob, who is a senior at St, Leo coven about 500.000 acres. Out-
rey and Mrs. Ivan Taylor College Preparatory School line of the plan Is scheduled to I
0 be presented to the Army Chiefof
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PHIL MAXWELL SPEAKSTO I
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Villr- MPLETELY AUTOMATIC HOME LAUNDRY FORT PIERCE CLUB Dr. George A. Easley, chief Engineers In Washington not BAXTER ;
surgeon of Memorial Hospital at later than Dec. 1. r/6defAINS
Phil Maxwell, Stuart Klwan- .
ian, was a guest speaker at the
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Fort Pierce Kiwanis luncheon
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Tuesday on "An Informed Citizenry FLOWERS For All OCCASIONS +
," The program Included TRACKING A RUTHLESS RAIDER TO / I t trlt

I also a Vero Beach speaker on an Doaau
Inter-club project of the three BOUQUETS CORSAGES c CUT FLOWERS s 1Ar't 1

counties to foster a coordinationof FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS -
activities of the clubs In this ;
hPROTODRIER section for bettering community: DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CERAMICS

llfcf ___ SMITH'S FLORAL & GIFT SHOPWE
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Ben Arbogast l has been pro- '
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i t'" e-.e GREATER CAPACITY moted to corporal at the Citadel WIRE FLOWERS ""J
Charlotte, N. C., where he Is a
sophomore He Is the son of Mr. Arcade Bldg 5th St., Ft. Pierce Phone 310-J : 1ill.1 1\\.

and Mrs. C B. Arbogast, Stuart. kww' ,
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rArit torRTFFM THE STUART! NEWS STUART' Martin County j,0RIDA., THCRSDAT. MAT it IM7.A -
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'. i I AVIATION CROWING i 1 University of Pel Yang, Mrs from the innocent hearts of the races and all colon accept each children-not a* Russian children children./ The little Chinese, boy ure of grOwnUps to

\ Tallahassee May 22 I* Lattlmore hat traveled extent world children. other at face value They play or American children, Oer., hal no lllwlll toward the little responilblllty, the
\ 't'I'{I I' Aviation 1 to rapidly ''lively and la familiar with children A* a deadly poison might be the same games, enjoy the same man children or Jewish children, Japanese boy, the t\ny\ Americantot
\ becoming one the world over. administered! to them throughthe thing and are unconcerned M but Just plain normal Oodichildren hu no reason to hate or distrust SPENCER '&'0
of
.' ,t,. Florrda biggest Industries, A I She\ snld. As 1 have traveled body trftse! destructive and to the color of skin or the slant Russian child. Thrown ,
\, survey by the State Improvement about seeking f1rathandme.. equally deadly forces are fed to of an eye Suppose further that out of I the Oalneavllle, May'
I
I Commission reveals that. I terial for my stories I have found them through the mind by If In their deliberations our such consideration were to come together without adult-fostered Spencer, direct
l ;;\ :, ft: total of 127343 persons are I that boys and girl are much the adults of every race and creed. world diplomats would forget fora agreement that If the world 1 111 prejudice they would get along and Agricultural ]!
other happily
I '. directly oif tndlreotly same the world over whether, We would need no United NotIons time the matter of boundaries, to find lasting peace all child.' with each 1 Ia retiring June
supported
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\ they live In China, where the no foreign policies, no vaat reparation and other controversial ren must, be taught certain peacefully
f by an annual expenditure of background of my book are laid, armament program It the children ] Issues and take cognizance fundamental principle without The future peace and hope of active career of 1 .
:.Ilf $211089450() on ,aviation\ in FlorIda ir |An Denmark the scene of my of all the world could mingle of the children, who are the real regard to religion custom or the world live In. the hearts of t tIta I Florida county and
: ', Sevvii Crowns. together on an equal basis and hope of the world of tomorrow creed:' to love one another, 'to children. War and disaster jtratlon Agents' *1
I 'The background; la different, all were taught the simple doctrine -! and try to work out a'plan ofUnltecl"educatlon respect each other to be kind can come only through the fail Sept 19, 1810
I I 'I' J EXPOSITION: DATES: .SET AOL but little'Uilldrtn resemble each of love given the world i that would enable and generous, to magnify world
1 } I other Much more than grownup 1.000 year ago by the Man of these children to better tint relationship and teach nationalism -
,f .I" Winter Maven.Uy Director nmp y, and have! the same reaction to Galilee derstand each other, Impressing a* of minor Importance. "We Sell the Best"t\ i. "W
tt ( ot the Florida} Citrus Ex. their environment. It 1 II very 1m.I There 1 II nothing/ born Into the upon them a* Mrs. Lattimore The _ailed weighty problems '
'; I pOHlthm held innually( ; here I I I|porant'it( Seems to me that the hearts of little children that suggest that 'theIr difference that so much concern the There I Is, Something; New I In
met at Cypress Oardtng recently children' of all nation learn to would cause them to distrust or are merely superficial while their learned diplomat are of no con-
," and oct dates tot the I I know ai'h' other, and to realize hate children- any other race likenesses are fundamental. It cern to children. anywhere In
i948 xpusHuu! lot Feb. 16-21. that their difference are merely or creed. This comes only from would be the longest step toward the world. They do not care -
An wax the caw! last year the I superficial! while their true the.\ teaching of their elders and lasting peace that the world ha about who control Palestine,
exponlllon will 'immediately fol. I lUtetiewe} are fundamental. brings In its wake the miseryand ever known. who dominate' the Panama That. Extra Seat With ]

'\': low the Florida Slate Fait at I I The pitiful situation In which suffering that has been Suppose for example., that Canal, what boundaries are RaCkBtlilkln AtBARTLETT
Tempe will be
Whl\'lJ held
Feb 3 to 14. from -, -<< It.. ." the world finds Itself today la no visited upon' us down throughthe these learned diplomat were,to where. ,
iaull of its children. The bitter age*. forget nationalities their creeds Teach these youngster the
HARRY M NORTON( new/ hate. suspicion and other I Left alone together their and religions, their selfish Interests simple truths about theworld
\, Norton, staff writer for the I evil! that t bring upon us the child minds unpolaoned by elders and for a time think and In which they live Help them 317 Oiceola Ave. ,
/JNKER I Baltimore Sun, was the'authue' Ill% I hilt un ours da not Item the boys and girls of all, talk about the simple subject of know And understand other
of a series of articles on the
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1 s.ll-ij.r. ff | V administration of'' unemployment

I compensation in Mary LLARS' t PATRONIZE
land which won for the Sun
\, .I RFDI MIX I the Fulillier orlie for the must WX.MARTIN I' eqj HOME FIRMSOFFERING
i:; :ONCRETERriNFORCING disinterested and meritorious' SPENT IN

"ft I public service rendered by an COUNTY YOU
I' MARTIN
I American ntwtpaper. In !19(1; :

\ .' I' STEEL '!ODD DENIZEN OF -- II'II'I STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY I mt.SERYJCES.

I I OCEAN CAUGHT I
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I I CONCRETE I Fort Pierce Catching curt.//
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i BLOCKS oua marine "critters" Is '
.j I his regular line but Elliott SIX no B Hardware Stuart Plumbing Refrigeration PAINT Well Drilling:
II nd Service.
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\ |crr local commercial Wurman. GRANT LEEK / I
I STEEL & ALUMINUM Wednesday hauled In a depp-se\ i r I Co. AND Repair and Service Heating
I 'curiosity off the fort Plcr.ce 1 all make Air
WINDOWS Ili- 24 Hour Service I I Metal Works on Marine and Condiliunincnf.FRIGERATION
Houtehpld
Trained Personnel
,ikt which nobody ran Oem/ to 24 Hour Service Plumbing.. Se-plic'hnL,
I classify I II i e Trained Mechanic WIRINGKelvinator I I ; tI"rdware'
MASONRY WHITE I Caught on a hand line the un- I At your service Fishing Ta k'e.' and, STUART PLUMBINCf.Lf.CTRIC
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AND Never ; Sale
PORrLAND known denizen of the Say METAL WORK
deep ,
isl) \JiD
Night ap4k Day ServicePHONES Repairs
: about the over-all size of n pocket I "Scarce Merchandie"You ? e
CEMENTPhone : I; SERVICE j I Night and Day Servi,
handkerchief, as It docilely I Always it
reposes can get
748 Fort Pierce In the live bait tank nt I! Night Phone 44-R-4 1 from ui. Day 100 Nile. 314 I Night GRANT Phone LEEK 44-R-4 ,I BESS HARDWARE CO., Day Nit.! Phone Phone 314 100
Charlie 'ftNI1I
\ ,house. It Lowe's looks like causeway a crow between 1' Day Phone 216 Phone 38 Box N Box 546 I Day Phone 216 Phone 38 Box, N._ Box 546PITCHFORD'S

i a piece of tangled seaweed -|' _
< and a IhousandI.1QI1'dI |
but It Is definitely/ alive I -- -

.I ranging Each of in the length countless from temnlcx a half, i i : BE MORE i'i'I I SUNOCOCAS 1 i LET US i I TRUEMAN, .,HpME BUILDING

il'J Inch to about four Imhes and I j LLAMOKUUSNEWCLORY I :' OIL : Give Your Car or Truck Fertilizer. See

J the central body of the "Yar- CAMP I ; LUBRICANTS A.Complete. Check Up I HIGBEE &
I mint" is a rusty red on top, and FOR RENT 'ii' I TUXEDO .
I : CXPERIENCFD; ATTFNDANTS "
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I\II'ARTI.\I.I.V Wind t a sickly white underneath. An Cottage and Boata I FOil DULL Martin County Rep. AND MECHANICS FEEDS:
) A evil-looking' mouth Is located on Parti .1 All KihdtOPEN AND' OFWORTHAM
LIFELESS
i \.ms Deal Out Iletruetion. WIIOI LSA1 E nd RETAIL i
the underside. M HOURS DAILY
I I Of the body. FENDERSEALjUnder C&NEKAL LINE
'HAIII
' Knob may A little, ,,I weak from Its experience Seafood Standard Oil I Co. INSECTICIDE u4fOULTar I General Contracting.
lie Itip..r". Off Chim"ryl6 the mysterious spe,'linen Bait For Sal I Little Car Coalinf.Steam REMEDIES' and.
'SUPER SERVICE
STATION :
II t Bluun. Dawnl'i only waved Its arms mildly as JENSEN BEACH _Cleaning. STUART I FEED STO'Rr, 'I' P. O. BepaSr32I
: TrAms May Crash live Ilrlmp.'hlch ahare thetank I I Beauty Shop I -JUU.PH P DI.,. H"MU'R.' OWIM I 134 FLACLEU AVE..FHONC lip.
'i i. .J darted In close to tease !M AT COUNTY BaiDCE. 214 Fed. Ill-Hay Stuart [ Phone 144.RMerriman's
j I h r o a K .It Windows, I-.1.1I.1I I II* .. AKRON AVE, PHONE n I I ,JACI" MAkTIN, Mtr. ,
Rimi's' unit Wall-A. You I

.It; ii.4ve i iinly fINE rtto.TLUTION --

t): Then' A.Itainst Too Late toCLASSIFY r '
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I Financial Low Web
'!n \ -WISII TOIt\f INSURANCE Ordway ,, ,StuartAuto Jensen Hdwe

,, ,, the treatArst Tavern Motors Uncle l Billy sez. '
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"'t-- BUY III All the! RFFR WINFCICARS Camp SURE"
I \V "H World When IT'S RUSSELL CI.AI By KAY E.cI..I.
I ( -ko b
.,/! 11 'stt.IH.O.: Nave VouI. Sealteat I I Ice Cream 'FORD Sp.dlco... .........A..I._ P-hibu..L. F.t..6) TRY THEM THEY
i Modern Cottage <
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Open: 9 a. m 'TiIIlZ p. m., SALES AND SERVICE Don get An: <) Trailer Court ARE_ MORE THAN
I. ; Interviewed In Miami recently lused Sundays you, a laugh at prowl.
APP Eleanor Frances; Lattlmoie WRECKER DAY AND NITE. er cars', and th' way they're' all SENTALl 'V MONTH DAV WEEIt, om.' APT' TO HAVE IT.
'The Place Where I SERVICE
: I author of 19 beat- elling books decked out? They let speeders ALL CONVENIENCES
; tvny; Kind of I for children, made a statement/ 'I Friend Meet" I BODY REPAIRS
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Beat
j that PHONE 9142 know they're driven by "stars", BLAIR and BAKER Jensen
I grownups particularly
$ II Insurencq! i 241 O. teola I of this .
Are.Wllt.N ther'
I ii'' i phone 19 P.O. Arcade world diplomat, and. leaders, can be no doubt t Old Dixie HI W.f PIMM" fin
They wear the'r lren .
jI might right out
ponder over.
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:tij'I I i.. -- I Born In China where her I ._ _. In sight, Instead of havinern .
mlIlt father r hid-and they let you knowthey're T-M.
was a professor In the I
f I : YOU HE THINKING OF EXPERTTIRE
= Docks
-- I comln' alright, th' noise ,
1 CONCRETE most raise yore lid) Stuart Ttaxi.SERVICE j
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Waterfront Properties To catch th' wave of th' I Seawalls
BLOCKS radio, they Use a twenty-foot I
Alone the Indian, and st. Lucie rivers, and Hobe Sound I RECAPPING rod, and bllnkln' red lights has I ; I Boat HousesCONCRETEITEMS
r AND 6 this curio equipped like a I
Ocean Frontage Phone 110-J decapod I.The' cyclln' cop has Prompt DependableCourt. .. All Types Of Marim
gadget galore, hung around his ConstructionSTUART
SEK'W.* Pick Up And Deliver eout
motor-bike, makln* his chances Ivan Taylor
0. RECAP SERVICE
I I. L. DECKER pitiably poor not to be seen on
4 1 J. R. POMEROY, Jr. th' P. O. Box 474.
plkel He know he :
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0 9 r DIXIE HI.WAY-PHONS 17 W, At Mr R-'ld._ us H... ':" .. itPHONE 149TAXI 104-J
to I'lA St. 1.._ Aodolft' an army Jeep so he'.ae<>ks PHONE
Z' .h- friendly blind then at a speeder

4A you'll eee him leap, a-nallln'him ._ _
; from behind! .
D E A L --'
Quinn's Store. If Some of these copper would wear plain clothe, and cruize In WHITIE'S ,LAUNDRYand

'a pepped-up "clunk" THEY COULD STOP 6PEEDIN anyone SERVICE and
Groceries STATION '
And Frozen, Foods 'i I :SERVICE know, otherwise! thlngln tha bunkl IF YOU DIDN'T KNOW TEXACO DRY; ( CLEANING

DRUGS i WHOSE CAR WAS BEHIND: or WHO WER' TH' OUY ALONQ GAS oa; (WARRENS)
: rt'ff.:5
: GIFTS i ALTERATION
LENDINU LIBRARY Phone 9154 SIDE you wouldn't pas signs as though you wer' blind BY and MOTH PROOfING

f Jensen Beach ---- -- ALL OF TH' LAWS YOU'D ABIDEI I LUBRICANTSCourteous (lie Year Guarantee)
: Efficient '!
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LADIE-SSTOtKINOI
Sliurl N.... F.iw F.. .... YOU BUILD HOUSE :::)J IJ A LJ 11._ Service, ) MEN'S(SOX
I SELL CHOICE LOT cr---y:
PHONE9131.J 75 x 12$ For One Dollar I, W. IIAUFR, Jensen BeachALTERATIONS Jensen Beach



U'o Electric: COMPLETE and SERVICE Refrigeration 1-, HOME CANDY MADE-- - ;I, I SUNRAY I SEAFOODS QUALITY and .- GAMBLEELECTRIC


By Box ,Pound JALOUSIES Formerly. Couaboon
No Job Too Large Ot or I SEWING

Too Small Praline Divinite ADD BEAUTY COMFORT AND ALL d. Items
0n Mexican VALUE TO YOUR HOME 011 SEA'a. FRICIDAIRE
Cream
HOBE SOUND aysiNESs >v "INSTALLING I for andEMERSON

f : ELECTRIC CO. Coconut.Butter Crunch Kisses: SUNRAY I SHUTTERS Open 7 .m. Till 6 p.m. WARREN'S LAUNDRY RADIOSElectrical

z ESTIMATE SUBMITTED Saturday Till 8 p. m. Bring Your %wing- .
Day Phone) at and Re pairs ] Contractor!
Mildred Sunray Shutter WI CLOSE WEDNESDAY 1
lie be Sound 3271 Heath'
Product I NOON I to ''Estimate! Submitted *
Nite Phone I SWEETS 90AL.
Stuart 185-J Rains Bid,. 4th. St. w. C AJtf'lOltP.O.BOX'"* ,101 Akron Ave.: Phone C3 MRS. W. C ALLEN Jab I* Large Or Too Sesdi J JNeai
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_._ ___ .- Rains BIdg. Phone 3J1 T*P. O,Jensen
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Listings of Improved and Unimproved Properties STUARTPAINT THE DUTCH COOK'S WILSON'SSNACK ,
I FRANK. HALE Buy The Best
Throughout Martin County I CO. KITCHEN SERVICE. STATION '

ACREAGE1 I..:: RANCHES .' PAINTS' HOME COOKING LUNCH"ROOM -:: EdgeROOFING GENERALVARNISHES

Sea-all's Point River-to-Rlver Properties INA by LEI On the Ocean'. !* ELECTRIC

V ad ENAMELS I TRAILER. .PARK: SANDWICHES aU1uDdlfan( .
Open a. m. Till I p. m. I Roof '

Jupiter Island Ocean-ta-Sonnd! Estate Site OwlIF"muRrHy 5 p. m.: Till t p. m, Dally ,Sandwich Boor and, Soft Irink.1 BEER WINES Repairing Applianc"d, !" /

C. B. ARBOGASTReal SHEltWIWILL'AMJ.... Open All Day Sunday 11)1} Mile Be.,ef Soup Stuart, Pie; en BATH: HOUSES General DIivry Stuart Cabinet and .U f
tit 8. Radial
OiiPONT PRODUCT Dixie HI-WSJ 4o1 Colorado I Ave. appliance, \
Federal HI-Way No. 1 I '
Estate WATERFRONT 'PiOPERTUS Insurance Phone 121, Xrea eC Bid,, Open Year' ountl' cone 9141 aP4| UaVa MARTIN COONTfELECTRIC

P. O.. _Arcade. .. r. O Bet m 'Closed, Wednesday, GULF GASOLINE JENSEN BEACH I MeaaaceWrit 'J
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8TUART NEWS, ITtJAB.T, MuUn.Couaat. FLOBfDA, ''THURSDAY, MAY I" 194', ---- PADS FIFTEEN

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Corps In same grade held at IRATE BULL UPSETS PRECEDENT IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIII j.
time of
is' Benefits discharge :" I
Aug 1, 1947: Reinstatement of : II-
term national. service life Iniur: Notes of Interest To )brj ," }
NeaT ance without. ;J l
adlines physical examlnatlon -: : I''
George B Moore V. V Contact OfficerAt y
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office of R R Lowery: Jr Fort Pierce He '
received from the apply Aug for 1, .waiver 1947; Veterans may 3 1 to 4 p. m. Monday 105 Atlantic Ave. meet'i F wl i\\t J I I'
of '
rd was premiums to which he Insurance iHimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiii............iitiiiiiiiiit....................... \ 1 '
fans Administration that had been 'sir'l
are \but a few day len entitled since Aug 1. 1948 NOTES OP tNT TO 'VETS ;I MOVIES, BY-LAW C I.j (h: 1,1 r.;;
Sept 1. 1947 Terminal leave World War II veterans are BILLED FOR KIWANIS '
for several
Icteranl
to apply pay application must be In, showing an increasing Interest Motion pictures are .1 i I I
j its t to which they art en- NAVAL ClUJIsiESET In OI loans and the number of for the program for 1 1tl
'The deadline on these approved loans continues to KIwanlans at their noon I ,, "
i Jacksonville) May 22 _, grow I'I'r'_ '
TIB* ApproxImately <1f"r.t.
i, 1947: Application!' tor 1.800 sophomore stu- Her are some questions about r' '
y i auto tractors, trucks, or dents of the Naval Reserve Officers 01 loans that often are asked I LIST your; Rooms, Apartment and Rental jlf'i :
farm equipment\ for legtees. Training Corps In 34 col- Veterans Administration con- Homes. With' us '

I l,, 1947; Veteran dls- leges Mississippi and universities will participate east of In the a. tact Q.-representatives I am an honorably: discharged -1 I L.. FULFORD t )': .;' 'I': I

et on or after May 10.?! 1945,i seven-week summer cruise In the World War II veteran I
i iI fffkat ttatt&PLLING/ fry ,
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enlist In Enlisted Reserve!!'! Western Atlantic and Caribbean and would like to know of what .' J '
beginning June 21. benefIt Is a guaranteed loan If BUYING RENTING: j'jt J
---- I I purchased a home under the l I'ItOl'hat'l'Y i ( : MAN MINT 4J, 1 i :

OI_ Bill!!, Write P. n Box .No d .. 1iV i;1 ;
A.-The guaranty provides or 316 r.h.iof;; Avenue ;jii\ !,i,
ath Room Tile and Asphalt Tile Increases the security you haveto (' tl'; Jr; J
I Phone 317 I H I I
for loan the
offer a by amount
'Supply of Belgian Tile in 'It ,\ k
Also various colors of the guaranty It tends to Induce Stuart, Florida I .
'/ and 3/16 Commercial tt I ) .

INSTALLATIONS and SALES nearly the the lender full purchase to lend more priceof _._ ___. '._ .....________----_ i ..I'',, '
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.Tile Baths Dramboards Porches of the property' and to give, you .1 :
Quarry Tile a better art of interest, and I WE SELL AND DELIVER ,; ; '1

FORT PIERCE. TILE t CONSTRUCTION CO. r .f' finally guaranteed per Is cent paid of to the the amount lender MARL, MUCK, ROCK, SAND AND r k i : 4 .I

This irate bull/ very: definitely reverse the tradiLulu lu Byroad oat of the arena and winning the I '
E. HOWLETT VA and Is outright '
by an gift SHELLIN I M' ""i
ttonal scheme of things by: tossing bullfighter fight at Aries, France to you. : '

0, Hoi 1181 Phone 787 118 N. 18h'St., Foci FierceV F'AMO'f'ioNDON -BRIDGE CLOSED TO TRAFFIC" -- -- Q.-My wife and I plan, to ANY QUANTITY '\ I Wrl. J. It' II

.,.. .. purchase a $9,000 home. We are See it '
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J ;] we acquire the property jointly I '
C. F. Branford
<; ': and so Increase the amount ': ;; W

which may be guaranteed? I I.
SARFISHINGSPECIAL / .< ( ,) A.-Yes, you may acquire the Box 74 Jensen Beach, FlAt .. IU I""" ; i I' .
'I" tJf1 'r i property jointly but the maxi- Jensen Beach Gulf Filling StationBRANFORD'S j'II :. .1'' ,; j.
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1 ;; < t mum guaranty may not exceed I '
: : 50 per cent of the loan. -

Q.-I n'tau'd' OI loan on : : :
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I 1 eft 1t home like to I II IT :
: 1 1it can have the loan extended? SERVICE I GARAGEGULF

AYes, you can have the loan I' '
t Summer Rates l' extended if the lender Is willing PRODUCTSNew I 1
to give you more time but the and i !
1 Used Tires All Sizes
for .
extension Must provide com '

/reek Days .. $40 the plete' payment 25-year maximum of the loan within period Washing Polishing, Lubrication and Batteries; 'Ii":,/ j J. IiJ. ;'

undays M', .1., ?. ?. .. .". ,, '.. .$45 provided Q.-What by: law.is the largest am- I Open 7 A.. M. to 7 P. M. ; ;,. I 1' ;
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Seven Days A Week 'f\
ount which can be borrowed
FOR ENTIRE PARTY UP TO 10 OR 12 J '
t V t tt f'
t under the GI Bill. y'
Propeller Shafts, All Sizes. Made While You Wait. A.--There Is no limit on the II Located Va Mile $.01 Jensen Bridge i
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tore boat with for'the amount which can be borrowed _______ ___ _______ U"j"
your us summerBOATYARD under the OI Bill The Iimitat-I I { ,
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I ion by law is on the size 'i
'OLEY'S Government guaranty! and not COMMERCIAL and AERIAL' 'I

upon the size of the loan. .t. I

Miles South of Stuart on Old Dixie t ===:=ococ=== aocao PHOTOS J '

lerno Florida JENSEN NEWS ,PHOTOGRAPHS WILL HELP YOU MAKE THAT I'j

....-.-.. _. SALE I 't I '
By: Charlotte Belller PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE GUARANTEED "
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London's famous tower bridge Is shown closed growing out of a dispute at Billingsgate fish === OCOC====OCO TROPICAL PHOTO SHOP

I to traffic during a strike of municipal, workers,_ _market Mr and Mrs. W B. Settles. t j S,1t ft

who -have- been- residing in West I Krueger Bldg. Next To Western' Union I "r
estimate and that of the comptroller man of this committee puts him Palm Beach, have taken a col-| :' :
In a strategic position for _.. .. ,1:1'Highest '
possible '
Florida r. ------' -
tage at the Royal Poinciana for
Speed Work The 'Governor also estimates I passage of the bill. Before the summer I I'r"
these machines were outlawed'
up Ferris Wheel, new that taxes this cash The must Governor come com-from by legislative action, they were Mr, and Mrs. Robert Gray left Cash. For Your Car, "i1
,.' __ In In '
operation every conceivable Monday for their home in In- I 'I
ment that unless additional
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By HORTENSE K. WELLS funds are provided "Florida I location throughout the State dlanapolls They have spent the WON'T TAKE FIVE MINUTES :

with the vehicle/ / that does more jobs Well, the Legislature is no school teachers will\ be far worse It school was no children uncommon and sight youngsters to see Winter here with Mrs Grays' We can the O P. A. limit for whichis ,11' 'f
nearer to the solution of whereto off than they are now" :is an so small they could scarcely pull parents, Mr and Mrs. Herman pay you your cat ,
almost exact quotation from the! as much. you can get anywhere and 1
THE UNIVERSAL get the money required\ to put the "arm" of the machine play- Fromer I I
Into operation those measures\ speech of Senator Walter Rose ; Ing their nickels and dimes. Mrs R. S. Robertson, Mrs. STAY WITHIN THE LAW ,, JI
of Orlando when the school bill The Introduction or'the t ,
newly enacted Into> law, and to meast Charles Glass and son S lvu- j
was up for consideration in the
that the machines will be SUNRISE MOTOR CO.
t guaranteed J
carry on the routine functions Senate, although Its no secret to pay 82 per cent of Its ter, and Mrs, John M Mann of ""ft

Jeep'USE of State Government However the Governor and Senator Rose 1 receipts to the players, a statement Stuart spent Monday in Sebas- 311.25 South Dixie c \ I
there is something approachinga do not see eye to eye on many I which to lay the least tian with their sister;-Mrs, Har. Fort, Pierce, Fla. Telephone 190 ''I j
meeting of minds as to the measures. '
I seems to be open to question. dee, on her bIrthday.Mr. .
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amount that must be raised. The slot machines are on their Perhaps the Blot machines would ) U
and Mrs Martin Coulter --
State Comptroller had back it the bill Introduced 1,
Gay
way I II
raise the $12.500.000. If we haveto .
of Wllllamsburt Mass announcethe
placed the figure at $10,000.000. by: Senator McArthur of Fernandlna I get It that way, lett not get birth of a daughter May 13. ". I ".
Governor Millard Caldweir at becomes law McAfthur, III! Mrs Coulter Is the former Joyce da. EAST COAST ( \, .I II
$15.000,000. Now, says the Governor chairman of the power/il Fl-. Thelntroductlon of the/ i A
meas- GIdeon, daughted at Mr. and Mrs 1I\I t'J'i
the Legislature must pro nance and Taxation Committee. ure has been well timed The Seymour Gideon I
vide 12500000. That halfway I Is one of the strong figures of I end of the present session Is Insight Mary Walton of West Palm SERVICE i .
n between his previously named the Senate and his-post as chair- a huge deficit Is also clear- Beach Spent Wednesday and FASTER SUMMER. ., aP
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ly in sight and members are beginning i Thursday as guest of Mr. and ;
to get a strained lookas Mrs. L. D. McElfresh. P I\,
they seek ways and means of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seger E
Art Metal FI I L E'Sfor I raising revenue Unless the citizens !strom spent Saturday in West 64hrs.
+ of Florida speak, and speakin : Palm Beach on business, and '
strong and ringing voice their also calling on Mr, and Mrs C. t
Durabi lity.i, Quietness sea disapproval of the slot machinebill t. Tyndall. J
I look for Its passage and the Mrs. Seymour Gideon was hostess I

Ease of f, ,Operation return of the que-armed bandits. to her bridge club ,t her JACKSONVILLE-MIAMI t ton tr
Tallahassee Is all abuts over 'Home Tuesday afternoon Prizes +
the charge of Representative J), for high score went to Mrs.
II B. Odham. of Seminole County Adolph Hertel and Mrs R S
that he was offered a bribe to Robertson. Others playing were
IT AS A PICK-UP OR TOW TRUCKThe ar4 m.talC3
support the so-called "bookIe Mrs. Louis Gamble Mrs. C. H. I
I bill." This bill; which was defeated Alderman, Mrs. E. J). Ward Mrs. f
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Universal' "Jeep. with la 60-hp "J.ep" Engineand was designed to bar Laura Howard and Georgia Tur-
2 4-wheel drive Is versatile firm vehicle that
.i'h. s r I bookies from use of wire servicesfor
cost over logs the year 'round. It serves ass
P'ck-uJllruck' : that hauls toads 10 1,200 lb. Oil or off In Art Metal Director F1r. gambling, Other sessions ner.The first regular monthly
the rood. tows traded payloads 10 Sooo lb. .1 highway (7 Q ] .re Irani the many ..dvantagea I I have heard, similar charges. but'when meeting of Jensen 'Unit 128 1e
speed with reserve for and. You speed woe" the member'' making the tho
with up << that Art Metal I American Legion Auxiliary, was
a vehicle that does almost farm
any: jobl baa developed. in a belt I accusation was given the oppor- held May 12 in Town Hall. The I

century .of building! CMoffice i following were appointed chair-
.., AS A TRACTOR v equipment in iteeLla NEW man for the coming year: Mrs
: A BOOK FOR
Clara Vaught, rehabilitation\
this ;
,.eye complete line la a
,... la wheel' drive, M Deeds m.r..rybuoiD-J.. GROWERS Mrs. Jennlng Jackson, child welfare -
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: oil M 7 mph"Jeep", : Mrs.. Ruth McElfresh refreshments
terrei as a light tractor to v vO : Mrs. Margaret Holt, improved In speed and equipment the smooth Motel pewered '
psU plows, harrows, disco Gall Stream provides superior local service Northbound It makes
'. sick committee Mrs. Alice Hoke,
t and other ;implement. ; Convenient connection, with evening departure* from lackeoavUlw
I" pull-trpa or hydraulic, With scrapbook: Mrs, Dorothy Smouse, carries sleepers to Chicago Kansas City and Intermediate points.
power _0-0'.it operates 0 aNADI ANOORNAN membership and Mrs Helen y
pawn mowers and .,..,.. ,1 NTAL Wlnowleckl,publicity. After the StotkboaaCext Snafu Nertkboe N8W {

the Directors Files with anyother file on the' TREES'SOUTH meeting refreshments were served Reed Down Conned.. Bud UeIS Luxury Coaches
Compare to both the, post and the .., .Ar I 30 PM
.i In
.: J,OR BELT >: AM U Jackie- '
e WQRK 1 market to these Art Metal files are found Aroo progressive RtORIDA AND CUM auxiliary! .: ;50 AM At St Aaimtia .:;,. Iv: 7:48 PM Built slits file wall
ball-besting suspension t friction clutch side: lock compressor : 10:42: AM An Diytoni leach ...U '59 PM they collard the .loot .
powertsk"foathe"Jeep"food lKh Lv. (41 PM word m low coat
11-02 AM Ar New S trM ,
LAW SCHOOL TO MOVE |
mills.. lap 10..cons .'and heavy gauge, steel l welded construction. 111::40 AM An., textile, __...._b. H:57 PM travel I luxury 'CC'
0611en anti :.:.:;. Art !Metal' files can speed, the handling of,your filing work. DeLand May 22-The Stetson .. 11:SI AM Ar CocM-KockM". ..U. 5..M PM
equip. ....... .. .. Lv S I 1' *M
12 II PM Ar M< NEW
Law : ?
of will
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Rent. University College
No __ observe how drawers
the title I fUI See doe Director file for yourself 12:SI PM At Van Ileab.__,..U 4.47 rM
le.e'ts over-crowded halls\ next Tavern-Lounge
day.:"jeep"-y"ell se is every" glide effortlessly at the slightest!; touch See' why.It runs 1 1:13:I PM Ar: Fort Pmctw. .w".Lv.: 4J2 PM t
year. month for more spacious quar 1:41: PM Ar Stuart _"...._._L.. H57: PM IotlnDlaf..b e a t
smoothly after a test operation of over 600) ,000 ercles. 1 ters. President .W. 8. Allen has 2:X PM Ar Wu Pails lock Lv. 1:15 PM,2JPMAr luau let. a bread
.LTIIJ announced that with the beginning : Ua Worth. : U 040: MI sow tavern,obeer J
.. '_ DEMONSTRATE. {YjDURJARMI, STUART DAILY NEWS INC. of the summer session, June 211: PM Ar Doha, leach .""b. 12'41 PM vaben loused will
.....0.. .U 2:II rML bo operated' M too ,
9.i the ,college will. occupy the I:20 PM Ar Fort t
Office OutfittersPrinters ).3) PM Ar HoUycM400rMAr >. 2.M PM tear ol this tars. ,
I sTUtROCKM6NNII0al former recreation building at : ......... ,It, 1:45: PM ..it *> coach. .. y
&; Stationer the DeLand Naval Air Station.
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ff le ? Motor' Co. For Uonuram and (aeonatlaas..
Stuart. Florida Phone 300 \ tunlty to "ten all' he always: Telephone ?5
,tales dfjentifor Cloth'' $3.BO Paper $2.50 shut up tighter than a clam.
w Order from Odham will be be doing a public FLORID COAST
STEEL. Edwin A. Menninger service if he tells the whole .
tfsrl} C*> Lot East 4th St, : Aft M.-t."I OffICE EQUIPMENt' ''The Flowering Tree M..." story and h* says he will. Florida =

TED MITTS'aJ: ; ::haraagerA Stuart, Florid eat will be listening with inter. _


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PAGE SIXTEEN THE STUART NEWS,.STUART MartU Calmly, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY K! M .


A : I tied by mosquitos as well as files. CHICAGO PUPPY QUARTET POSES I freely than the mocking birds, fumery Idea as applied to insect r LEGAL. ADVILRTiSEMENT LLGAII ADVERT

.dl'' I DOWN theSTREET I EACH GOOD CAUSE aids another But the mocking\ bird are building sprays He got tired of smellinglike W ice"" .. a. Yr R A.. Met d orn?" n'r' ,1
wr time
: The fight against Infantile A Very close to the house In "skeeter spray" every -- '

I paralysis has led to a move j fill a lime tree and have used he pushed the spray gun-and ;.. ;.,,: ; ;Sir)1. IIlk "Is Carson 1>..........

I 10' : I I' colored strips of cloth, alone Invented an odor which actually Lot e. 5146,. to ..... Nan IQ: It__ Is
ment to prevent pollution of
I with the Spanish mow In their hungry Uk. Ch.rlollo' I a"a{
streams and! the Army has goneso nests. makes the skeeter-sprayer sD of W port .t.v:
j' \, I' \ remlscent pf SWfc PB I P 7 ._ i SS ,41Ut
far as to cholortnate the sewage DR. ABBOT MORTON came Ita an essence F
By Mary Hartman overflow from the plant at out one morning (with beautl'ifi of ripe apples or peaches touched I. Ulk I"- ..." "'.. Oo.., .. Uriffli 4 alb", Is

,r J '" STUART'S CLEAN-UP cam Platt General Hospital at Coral f f1 Easter lilies from the Hlron-\ with tender bloom-and after It. L..... (plptop Bro.4_,

<( paign may have a more far- Cables. Millions of gallons of omus farm) and we agreed that Chemist Bennett sprayed some sow p. to Pith: r IF aask's 4..1 u 41t.M ,

M reaching effect than Improve j water from sewage plants are the birds are so attractive that In our office our teeth were is r4 ... ; V "," 'j' v. Renedo" v
411 ment of the town. Piles of debris released Into tidewater streams w* can almost afford to sacrifice champing U we visualized bit Lot 14..1I1 4% ::::: ,. ;. :: 'V .Ro r4ooI. ,

furnish breeding places for summer which furnish bathing beaches our fondness for cats to save the ing into delicate pears and juicy I .... n. f A Sit' ." t
l j pests particularly moa.I for the children. And the poliovirus lives of the slngeri. She, too cherries. This snare and delusion Ede. 11 B J .. ... 4 I* 41 i:. Cpldoroooi.

I qultoa. With the polio season 1s a husky bug which enjoys had noticed the Redstarts and though It may be, Is so far! '1z....t.D"oran' : A j 4;
I 4 4 ,5 41 ,I. M
I .t. J j':. .. summer traveling.AS aid It time she hat superior to ordinary skeeter p55
approaching are reminded Is the first UU II, M s ... Ulk I .' V. armed.R
1 taht a woman medical scientist SECRETARY Or THE ever seen them In Florida. They spray that .It should go great Ll.| .... Pak a 1.0 of \ 1.

,; } in Dade county Is working on a county committee for the National are confusing In that the female guns- until somebody comes pest ol Slii:\ .1 SW/4 a .. .
1 skeeter of ... ,,.. .. 4 as *tUt
Foundation of Infantile along and Invents a ry .MW.

,, theory--the-....-Infantile-germ Is-car- Paralysis I have approved of the red 1 II brown like her and.mat white Drinking Instead,wa.of spray that does not smell at all. t. Blk I. of... McDo...i..... Cplllo. ) A.Po.l )
acting vice chairman Mrs. Vee ter and a bird-bath are recommended Until that time comes this new Block. of i '
I
: I LOYAL I Chambers to report that there product is available at Stuart L iU-1 Sop Aod'p tto "
- ORDER OF for enticing birds near : JM 41 ,
I have been no cases of polio In the Feed and Jensen Hardware, Mr: --
I MOOSE your home. And an ornate UU II. 14 I4t Illk S ,Jppm Hall
,,'., 1 STUART LODGE 1140 I county so far. Local doctors do cement bowl on a pedestal Is not Bennett tells us. Don't crowd 4 N ar ot Lot RI

MEETS 0.00 P. M. I not have the facilities to make required. They like a white ladles. Lall.III II ..:"...? :, James Hall
0't lit oo4 Jrd WEDNESDAYS r
HlfkltpJ. IO Frr.1 Addltloo
the disease
I EACH MONTH'I' accurate diagnosis as porcelain pan Just as well 4-101 of '....d. PUt of
Woodman Hall Is subtle In symptoms. But tt they It: any local residents have made Folks up at Marineland the p.rt of 'NW;', ol I Nag> olSE'i
which to such beach .. to PB t Pen ... ,
see symptoms point big aquarium on the ocean
Stuart Fla. I a study of Stuart birds we would II .. 4 at, 41
I diagnosis they are authorized to appreciate stories of your experience near St. Augustine, are concerned ,Lau 1 4 I, Illk : a. H. Rrewnlee'
I ------"- -- 1 with them. A community about the "Red Plague", Lot a. Hlk I ,,- .. 1M... Jr tee't
strange marine phenomenon B. o'p 9 'D of Pert of i .
effort to make the town more Iw'', of SE'o.ri' PB '
;
.) : "JOE" attractive for the birds Is worthwhile which wiped out millions of fish t p ST 4 as 41 IH ..: ,

on the lower Oulf Coast. We note Lot I. Hlk 1 .... l :Lincoln: P.,5 Co .
I from "The Mariner" official pub al It,' Blk T .-..,- Llncol: Park Co II
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l ; Ruffi Little I>I>IP Adittti i I.t; ,di\;.' ; i .
MOSLEYPLUMBING lication of the aquarium. .port.I/ SW- .ISK'/4'' I
-'. I Editorial Everyone hopes our waters will .0 5. ra t li 55... A 4. as ,41'., r
I Desk not be contaminated with the Lot I. Blk 1 ..i '. a..N 11.11 I
I I Lae It. Hlk 4 ...... rbnmre 4 Wm. Rant. le
I Odds and EndsInto new plankton known as Gymn- Law II. If 4 i4.lilt' I.... RO.IP Lop rum U
Four Norwegian elk hound puppies, pets of Bobby Homer of odlnlum "brevls" which Is causing .Fraeloe Addition' purl 'f ,
/.1 SE. He f'B I'
I JOBBING CONTRACTING. Chicago pose for a group portrait In an arrangement devised by considerable concern and S Ne..... 44 p.. .. ? S BS 41 .

PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE their owner. the office this past week untold damage to marine life In Lot I, HIV U ROM .. II..... yBran's
end strolled a man with a new southern waters.* Which proves Seemed Addition: '
ALL WORK GUARANTEED "

? Phone 308 send any patient to the polio tribptlons\ 'to the world of "Flow Southland idea W. K.Products Bennett,Co.chemist of'Lake of we eternal guess In, that the ,human hope springs breast port S of P f>M".PB Lot CO.t ......toPB M 41 I ,' '

Lot til .f'iloitlokn Mse, Isla. cdfelt'
clinic In West Palm Beach. Such ering Trees" and Mr. Lyons' Worth, who' has adapted the per about almost anything. : Pot 'S /D of II

---- was the case last month when a articles on fishing and conser. SW'4 of SE4< se to PBs .
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT: P n l as it.A.
I I colored woman and her child vation have been carried In national 5 t"' 7 to II ....,. Silk ;<. Npllti. BoH R..bM kt

,, THIS MONTH STUART HAS SET ASIDE were sent to Pine Ridge Hospital. publications and have Webb 4 H._'d SO. of. '
1946 port .. Or, Uu 4 4 S S at 41.ot.
: AS CLEAN UP AND FIX UP MONTH.DON'T DELINQUENT TAX LIST
| Despite rumors to the contrary brought many complimentaryletters I. 11 Ul II Ins "._...,? L Hpor-lop. MlrkU
FORGET"YOUR I I the! patients returned to their to the paper and also &.I 1 D...... HHlkl. Anrad.d ..
PUt of ...... of NE>.
new residents and visitors to the Martin /
Stuart homes with
I a negative County Florida to PB I 4SUt I 5s II '

SIGN"LET I diagnosis of Infantile paralysis. city Our latest addition to ; .I II. Blk. ,t_.... _.:.... :. Vlrtfulp H. Smith u
Every precaution Is being takenby the staff Mr. Mennlnger, Jr.Jeans Hol.... .I. .kor.br.. dvm that Uu follo.li. doMrlbH,. l leads will .b. .Id 01 ColonUI' .... Aden .. I
I lfeourtloo> .. ....
tko .d d., of Juoo A. D. 1147, nt (Ae honest It o'olork come. C.looul Peek .
I the local committee and doctors tq sports ana has added a it the. eo... HOOH door. the Comely of H..... In Uu CUr ot at...., state ol .. I.I.Ihi.see..1. N U SI.Lori. ..
; US REPAINT AND LETTER YOUR SIGN 'and hospital attaches are neglected feature to the columns rMnda. i.1.... omouot *" for scene k...'" act .._II. the acme. Io"hat swy, ../ NWVI .,10 at .i l.
r with .11 wags of puck sale and .dv.rtl.lni.
CALL US TODAY cooperating: 100 per cent duringthe of the News. He Is also an ardent Lot 4. Hlk l 4 '..., .k., Dlrck, II

t\ CHAS. BOXWELL I alerted season. stamp collector and his Description T.... ... Aweof TaxesOf Lot II.'In..,,Hlork bp. Port I of of Tntixlu 1Ie<:.. It II 41- W.. PltehfuM' I.

I TYPHOID FEVER Is also a articles on this subject have Land .... a. L Aos N... 01 owner and C.... I tl 4 tl Hlk 1 of '
I I summer killer which may be pleased readers who have madea Lo.J. la M.por ki. part I II Ias

'; ', ,; RAINS BLDG. PHONE 103-M greatly reduced by the DDT life hobby of postage stamps 554 .r HZ\4\ NW of I ?. 11 II ",41" II.W","D, Kdnrdi. 'is

\ .4. ; spraying programs eliminationof and furnished valuable Information 11\4:\ .0"s. bay .,1. 1 'It II III w.. T. assets ..... ,.. ..,.... tieTl n.nd.d Chr, .. Pl.t to, PI.., ..Palm... If ,

1.1 -- various pests, prevention of for the beginners: All .11 It II t44 H. P. Our .. ........ ,._.__..:.. I..n I 41 ,,, ... .1. 34 it r ,1i: t",',.", I I1..nI
W of Sot. Irlpo N "IT ,
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I II stream pollution and 'purifying BUT THE BIRDS JIAVE no 01\r ..., .. ill II II 4TT Hw P. Our ...J:-:.:w...... .If lode i. I, i, tl 4 'loplor rfppl tw
of sewage discharges which seep friend In our midst. I wish I ..41....... Pros .. .to II. I: :' "( Y ,I' Loop L.Jooro, men

I ; EXCLUSIVE AGENT i Into the underground sources of knew enough about our feathered ral.IO, ST. 4 at SOP "... atat as asTr..l L.to. :,6s II, Polk,III"U Jae.- .. ;. "rN1/',Y lane L. Jono* II

I I, water supply of many cities. friends to Inspire a local Interest 41 Blk A .: ...: .... 1 I e ft Llnvood I. Hi. ... II, at. IP
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H D. Wi; ...." .. _,.,..;.,...._ II." tat: h.b SIC' .. .: ::: ".' Win. H. Workoioo: 1ABella
Cleanliness Is surely "next toGodliness" and to give authentic Information All N of W.rfUU, H.ra. .
FORCENTURY View e..... A4. "
: and the good housekeeper on the Florida wild .(.".".; WV" !*/ .j''t II "-" '. Cuss .-. -._... T,15 .d Plat ., a ,,0 ./ T..". -

: I has both a spring and fall life While vacationing for of Ht.Y. a.I.Pa5psu U.. 4 .. P.I- CilT 1'.....
to PB II >S PB
I housecleaning, so the city would two weeks I was so entertainedwith S4 17 ?.. i 40 as I lo. pin ,_ ,lt itUt 41 '. .

BOATS do well to repeat this first venture their singing and It seems !}*' "If :,". B'* I. ? IndUntow. D.,. Co. .?' tog .. Hit ". .. I. A. 'II" 1.1

I .tf I for the arrival of the winter to me there are more this year IS tea: ,. U gr it Th.Thompson .,...: : net.1,15 New Monrovia p S .0.1 '
'I "'" Co.. Let I W ol, oa .
I Ul II. his II .. ; Ktek.ed'Sultop ; ,
I j visitors In the autumn. than ever before. My 11-year- C.",. Lot 4 W u 41'
Lot 14, Blk "
1 I ANDRICHARDSON o old son has two very fine bird Lot II. Blk 11 11? ,. : : Nereid lrdl.nto, BornoTl.n Dor. .C."Tr, ; ., ..o. PSeP46 PRCae SS ,4' . ,
Ut I, Teet.4 .,::0; ; I Lots. 141, lIla' g blonobo Ile
THE STUART NEWS STAFF books and with binoculars, we Mln.l. Moo Davis I Hopkins
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N !50' of Tract t .. Erhnet Drew .. ........ .....: \" 1 M ,i>t. I. to It .Inc.. RI5'I l .p Porter w
t has an Interesting variety of Interests spent happy hours trying to M lll'of Tenet Kraeat Dean, (Arr..n to,. I tot 4 .U to ftIM ,"
) CRUISERS which are given weekly Identify the species around our Terse' > Itr HI NW aw, ,; B* ?..- ,(, Dai porUr'w. '
1.4. of I. U lov It 'In*., U tuII ;
to the readers Stuart place. One fellow sings all nightlong Oct\NIti.:.\ .IP WC:\* of, II 4':, It ".. "

1 STUART MARINE SERVICE I be proud of nationally and I still wish some one 1 ..Dolt. ? pop t 44 II II: H. Th_,_ ... ...... t.U QIA. i1 ... .1 :" 1 M.. .V Cunolord.io} BIpIrk: '. I'

authorities-.who have .hOUld.. would tell me If It Is a Nightin Bopll'fV of NBi"ori ,'', twit I. .M 11 ,.... II..... II / Wplkuo 1I..b.,0\
ently carried out gale. The bluejays, with their of UK:'4. no S 141- for Feel $.w-If a s ;D d Peek "
,4 hoe B: tr. s lie. w si1. .
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: of Lot a Mil H.i. I
: <. Phone 33 Stuart Box: 96 1 search-In the world of horticulture mischievous ways, will come .1'1' I tto 5... .. t .. II Daley .....11 ........................ I II Cront .. In PS or a pages 1 I, I
and of conservation and nearer to us and avail themselves All: .. ..is all ON talaed Pner.. 46.10 T 4 S PB Co,, ps 41 u. .:Af 3
: i' i fishing. Mr. Menninger's con of the water basin more11"i All : ::.:: : :, :: .,..: 55 so : u9 tamed : P..,.. ,::;.-:1, ; 40.15: lot WllColdro . "," 1'Nn. H. 1. lank all'
.... ... .._.__ All .. ses II 664 lamed Poor, Colo Perk be.aS i' \
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,i Plat 'A"'fPark W....; : 'O p4 port of Lot S ,
., .f sec' a 614. 0s Mil''r, or :1,1'..nl .. I
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10 Pa P II "......... II 40 II to I p> 36'41 1" '
Late Los. tt 4 It, Bit T ', H. r. 55.Les..ell. IJGoIrtift
10 a 11. Ilk II.. .....
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I j I Tnets I to 4 Ir. sIt : p. IP Pet "
I. it I.... II to II / 41 PB Cot .. 41 '.
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Teased. 44 40 '' II 4s 46 76 Mrs. Jails B.rdlok ........ ... U. POP G.awl1I .si 41 '
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ill .Ina Ia tout".. .. II $8 46 got P. H. wnliams. at. ..... l,t. :4 II, felt, S .::"" "herrM u
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Trackss Its. 44 tk St. of Lot I M at 4t |t Troptaol Forxo C.. If:

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if 40 490 J. T. haw{ .. il.tt Peek, Botaf S /D The'CIkee.. '
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HOLD THAT LIGHT MISTER Don't 1019)44) 'In the wood. at all when humid tae 144=1 111,6'w4tro.M.W 5n lssftor \ '; Wrwplp' op ,to riorido PB'10 Plot P IT No.PBtotl .. '1'm; !' I '
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I fly is low and !be woods are dry.. 96 e, !iI.I 111.11' :: b..le If 41 i Ilaert Ts ,,' .p.-.v... I... !"i j1-; ; IIh.' ;:61< '.Elk'L 1 / :: wIIS._ :,
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The match you're using may be a forttt Forest fires cause untold damage vary year. N : \.i4" ; showing Cary. ,;- I Hobo .Z TAo HuIIo .>.o4.Co .
.. USIA : Soup4 a D ':. ,
voucher for 130,000,000! Threo-quartcri of our Seedlings and youn trees that would have provided vr'.rf at a ,W __It If 41 WoI_.,, W.' Canes '-Z. I'llN.riS.wd Lees Le .1 e ace. .:'a:: ), ,,- ;
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