The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: May 29, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION It .e t Ua r' t Jiu\ the services! it Stuart Civic Center at 11:11: a. en. In

., ,,Society Editorials honor to those who gave their Uves for the ashen.
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Voice of An American Community ''Dedlcaled 10 the American Way of Life


W ELECTRICAL' 2 County Students To Finish DRIVE THE BUZZARDS OFF %: mOn

FLORIDA'S CAPITOL DOME, Inlet Board Postpones Action ;f ;!

DINANCE PLAN : At State Schools In JuneJAMES Like fat birds of prey gathered ,around \ llj

a carcass, the race track "boodle boys," : State's Compromise Bid1'1':

GIVEN CITY j the gambling characters, the "slot machine ,

and of the
crowd" representatives whisky ''
Ca7M..aur.* interests infest Florida's capital. They are

.ito fat and lazy cocksure that they' do '
Moved) $275 Granted 1 so ,, ,

2 Partiesspecial not even fly when the cry of "bribery" is TOLEY URGE ,
Committee painted raised. They walk the streets and hold At rANQ fL BOATS '
et P"ONE 47.1
weeks ago by Mayor PhD I a court in hotel rooms cynically undisturbed FIGHT TO LIMIT

to draw up recommenda-
Figuratively speaking they perch on the
e for the framing of a city '.............
parsec to govern electrical rough' dome of the State Capitol and foul our Feel i I. I I. Boards Offer,
presented a
tracts State. Would Hurt County'sWelfare '
tot the measure at the City
missions meeting at city e d ., That bribes are given, and taken, that I

last was taken night pending However smooth-. no ac- !: pressure is applied by venal groups and The 'St. Lucle.Inlet! Board has

out ofjhe. draft at a meetof -1 slimy interests, is so commonly acceptedthat postponed taking any action on
all electricians to be call- its claim to ownership of the
only the unsophisticated and the' in-
n the near future i sandsplt at Bewails Point which
"whit: nocent of heart are really shockedtby the {'
rdlnance No 178, a Is being contested by the State
," ordinance being requested ..J current scandal. What an indictment' of Internal Improvement Board i

ughout the State by the FEUX UTTMAN MARGARET PARKER until a meeting of the full board a
rids Council for the Blind, : with attorney Evans Crary can

passed by the commission Stuart I only member of the follow a career'of agriculture at Whitewash, we are told, will be' applied be scheduled.
first reading The measure graduating class of the University the family farms i +
The 1 I. Board, which also
lid prohibit use of such. of Florida at Gainesville itUHman I This county only graduate at ir liberal quantities., Some even say that claims ownership of the sand

e i by anyone not partially or son of Mr. and Mrs, Florida State College for Womenat the two courageous and sincere gentlemenwho spit, has offered a compromiseplan
blind, and those eligibleId M. O Llttman H ill't '
lljr He will
receivea Tallahassee June 9 will be the of action to the county, but
this be sued those '
be provided protection Bachelor of Science degree In 1 l elder daughter of Dr. and Mrs startd thing may by the board yesterday was ad- ( I
penalties to be meted out agriculture June t when the'unl J. O Parker who will receive a concerned. Threats and counter-threats are' f i. to wait until it can oe Informedon
raffle violators verslty will award 285 degrees i I Bachelor of Science in Chemistry .I, Y the status of Its suit againstthe --t
e commission approved'two at week-end exercise for the I degree After a few weeks doubtless flying undercover at Tallahassee. I. I. Board now in court and

ate of funds totaling $275 largest graduating class In the vacation here she will go to today, where the vultures of corruption not take any steps to accept the
e for $200 was donated to history of the school. His parents Charity Hospital In New Orleans compromise or In any way weak.
old Johns Post 62, American will\ attend W July for a year of postgraduate roost-so smooth, so suave and sure that en Its ease

lon, for Its junior baseball A native of Stuart.1'oung1.lLt- work as a medical technician "this too will '
pass away. Dr Howard Neall M P. Pay- +
cram this summer and the man attended the Stuart school Her parents will attend .
er for $75 was given to Belt until he went to Boles School in the two-day graduation ceremony It is time to' throw the buzzards out. A. ------- ette Carroll. Dunscombe, Arthur
C M Schindler, Syracuse N. Y., executive, stands proudly beside Dehon, T. T Oughterson and
rein, widow of Dock Martin, Jacksonville where he was gradu- eats at the heart of Florida and it ,
cancer W. B. Tilton appeared before
foot. l-lnch sailfish, largest landed In local waters this
recognition: of his long servrtth ated In 1941 His college career Miss Parker Is a native of Stu- an -
the city. was Interrupted by four years'' art where she received her has grown into a monstrous thing. No hon year. The catch was made last week from the "Miss Florida" the and board as riverfront owners to
emphatically appealed
Junior Chambe of Com. service in the Army from which schooling up to graduation from est man familiar with what goes on at with Capt. Ted Proton Now being mounted by Al Pflueger the the board not to accept any com-
reo proposal to send Chlel he was discharged as a 1st lieu- Martin County High School In biff gamester will be deployed. at Srhlndlors fishing lodge In
promise of the !Issue, but to fightIt
Police Roy Baker to a special tenant In the field artillery in 1943 She was an honor graduate Tallahassee will deny that pressure groups Canada. Other' proof that big sailfish are found off St Lucie to the limit, perhaps as far

(roc school at Northwester August 1948 after a year In the here and received the PAR. without morals ,or character and without] Inlet In summertime wail the catch of a 75-pounder yesterday as the Supreme Court. It was

trslty In Evanston, JU '.simmer Active In extra-curricula activities member of the high school band anything at heart but their own selfish interests P
i-week course this Dr Thompson a Melbourne summer visitor. brought a party ably Is barred from making any o' : i I
tabled pending (further In- at the university, he wasa which activity she continued In are preying on this State. down Wednesday and three sailfish were caught, of which his compromise In the first place 0
atlon on the total I cost of member of the Ag Club, the college. Other extracurriculaactivities
was the larjeiitBOARD and Commissioner R U Wall expressed "
project' to the clt which it National Society of Agricultural there Included being a Without equivocation, all signs emanating _. --- --- the belief that such a ( '

felt may be prohibitive, Engineers and was honored by student counselor In her Junior from the, capital these; days indicate that a course would set a poor examplefor C
election to the national honor-
ary agricultural fraternity, Alpha year; treasurer of the Student sweeping investigation from top to bottom BLOCKS \ City Manager any follower t
Dr. said he Is astounded AJ
lAlfliYS the YMCA and the cofIcge t
Zeta. He will make his future Union! : would reveal a condition that might well at{taxpayers' sudden lack of '

.home at Qulncey where he will. prennedtcal, societylENflREDDic". make Huey Long's< odorous administrationsmell BUILDING PLAN \\May. Attend riparian' rights how and'can't they can understand be. ''

FIRM; HERE, COUNTY COURT sweet in comparison. All that has snatched away, and he joined l r, +

., CASES JUDGEDThe : shown so far ,is one piece of flesh School Course Dehon In asserting that com-
up Refusal of the City of Stuart I promise action would hit the

J. West-Plans- Extensive following In county cases court were: adjudged dropped carelessly while the buzzards feast. to grant a permit for removal county hard Insofar as new ''

Rejuvenation of Stuart Mondayt! Ray Helsley who ELECTED HEADOFJAYCEES Florida is filled with rotteness in government -: from Witham Field of a buildingto I City Manager Loris B. Eurlt building here and are lucrative concerned investments '

Plant Headed nolle contendre to assault ,. ,It extends down to some of the be located on East 4th St to be j was undecided: this week on board loaned r
The was
$20 fine; Archie Qulnn!.Jr., used as permanent headquarters whether he would be able to attend '
ssell J. West, formerly ofante reckless driving, $25 bond pettiest of the State's bureaucratic em-! for the Martin County chapterof the first short course In by the county from its race track

became the new owner entreated: Lucile Page, keeping ployes. How far up it goes, only the Lord the Red Cross,was upheld by I city management to be conducted receipts due to on assist inlet In bonds.paying !Interest -
the Stuart Ice Company, Inc. house of 111 fame, cane continued ..... Board of
-- the Zoning Adjustment
knows but it is high-time that the voice of ; liri: t'I ludda and the second In the Reverting to a County com "
IdaJl 41PO& purchase bt con- for[ term: Enoch Collins, 11Ing, Interest In the firm from $15 bond estreated; A. L. Dees, Chan:e, the God-fearing people: of this State be morning at city lIwa-t& >f nation which Is scheduled on mission session It was decided f
drew Lester of Hobe Bound. aggravated assault, case continued Plans July 4 Dance Ihs proposed :" the University of Florida campus that at least one representativeof

e purchase. price was not an- heard ringing out straight and clear. We and 3. Block 2 of Stypmanns June 12-14. The course will the commission should at'F''F 1{

unced. Tuesday: Steve Barat, driving Ben R. Redding Jr. was elect do not like it. We detest it. We are Subdivision, land adjoining thatof be conducted by Dean B. C Riley tend the hearing June 18 to
Belle Olade
on Improvements
while Intoxicated $60 or 40 days; the Christian Science Church y
who moved here recent- ed to succeed Paul Young as
ashamed of it. We abhor it. of the university general extension the 'canal system Out of Lake F
from Atlanta after discharge Calvin Flnlcy"', John Jenkins, president of the Junior Chamberof on the west It was asked that y

I III the Navy 18 months ago, James Bradley. assault and battery Commerce for the year starting If ,the pay-off on race tracks is that our the site be changed from residential turn enthusiastically division. pointed Okeechobee Fletcher and, Commissioner County C Road M. j !I ,
I cases passed temporarily; of the A to business DAs l
rrenUy b residing at the St. Sunday at a meeting
, cue Hotel until he can find a Henry T. Stone, assault not organization Monday night at Legislature must, bo corrupted, then clear I a result the board's action out this course with will problems offer considerable In Superintendent A. A. Hendrywill

file at which time he' plans guilty. the courthouse the 'race tracks ,out. Let them keep their; a special meeting of the I his work and help he could expect to attend by other and may officials be accompanied i
i bring down his1 MrsI Wednesday: Mary Ann Cobb elected board of directors of the chap- I
Other officers were ,
for better meet many city manager acquaintances commission tabled for at
West, and his two Children. Walker, driving while Intoxicated Ernest Tyner 1st vice-president; dirty money. If' the p'ay-off a ter was called Tuesday night but i with whom he could least The the proposal to lnTstitute 1{ l!
ton Atlanta.; $100 or days license fore- children and the postponed at that time for lack a year {
J.O Langford{ Joseph S. Oreenlees, 2nd vice' school system is that our discuss Common problems. However a county health unit here
Intoxication It I
feitedV was
of However
The new owner said R. B. Meuiough president; Max Auerbach secretary must be subject to the a quorum there will I 'be a meeting of as a result of a general feeling { 1
reckless us efforts will
J25 fine: driving, among reported individual l
,' who Howard Bartlett treasurer (
for many yean ; the City Commission: the nightjOf that the present health setup i iis
" been manager for the comnj $200( tine with the, court reserving ; Young, State 'director, and racket of a State filled with slot machines, be made to find another suitable) l June 11 which he may be functioning efficiently enoughto
> will remain with him 90 Judgment as 'to sentence Lloyd L. Holden Carl M. Fogt the location for headquarters, and forced to attend thus delaying needs
l lack meet
who county I
throw the legislators i .
conduct of defend- then out be- i
>YI to help West acquaint him pending good and Daniel W. Fagen, club dt In the meantime plans are I or eliminating{ his proposed tripto
''I with ant who Is to report back In will be clean source of Ing drawn for redecoration of t
the firm setup after rectors The new officers character to find a revenue. Gainesville SSA REPRESENTATIVE. HERE '
the ,
Wch time West will become. sole I August term; Rosario and Si- Installed at the 'next .meeting of 'men who would do this the airport building given He also reported the 33rd annual 4
rector of affairs' mone pAlba passing worthless June 9The ., The same type chapter by the; County Commis- International City Man Prompt application by qualified i

West announced he Is. plan"I checks defendants cases to nolle pay costs prossed but Jaycees went on record as would take ,a pay-off from red light dis sion.No date was set for another' agers Association conference will persons for retirement have or
extensive rejuvenation ofe opposed to any change In the be held this year in Coronado, survivors benefits that :
They no
Two are set today and tricts or organized are directors meeting
Plant to make It more at- I 8 eases ai the court slowly present setup of the' State Game .:..._ __ Calif, Oct. 5-9. but he Is enter- been earned under the Federalold ,
Friday ,
active and Increase Its service docket and Fresh Water Fish Commission good. MEMORIAL DAY TO taining little expectancy of attending -age and survivors insurance fh
Into a 27-case ,
the ,group and announced plans fora x that session program was urged today by R.
community HIe expansion And as for all who read this, make up BE OBSERVED HERE the
C Oehrken Jr., manager of
w eventual will necessitate STATE NCOM/t TOTALED baseball game and dance at The Stuar official said, 76
i Increase in the number' of Florid ns enjoyed a gross effective the Log Cabin here on July 4, your mind as a voter now to demand moral terlon.sponsoredIemori.l! titles adopted the 'council: -manager West Palm Beach oUce of the ,i }

"Ployes from the present six buying Income ,of, 32.- The Stuart Satlfishers', Inde- character from 'all :men who serve you in Day services! are set at Stuart type of Government last Social Security Administration
! Wd, and he has a new decry 477,890000 In 1948 the research pendence Day opposition.will be : Civic Center for It:30 a. m tomorrow year. ther largest number ever In Oehrken announced a representative ;tylI
' [ truck on order .Among and Industrial division of the announced later. government-or be prepared, to accept a ., Stuart High School a single year. As of, March IS. would be In Stuart at the .
l lto
ideas for bettering the firm Florida State Chamber of Commerce A. A. Hendry county road Florida which will be"' "Lecherous Louis band and ministers of local there'were 728 cities and: 11 court house Tuesday at 10 a.and m. ;
Irvlce are Installation of Ice in Its weekly superintendent ,was invited to churches will participate The counties In,42 States which are take such applications
wing machines, the first. to be I business ;review.Fairfax. (Continued/ On Page Seven)' iana", all over' again. public .Is Invited.' Graves of all employing this"type of Govern transact other business under
h front of the plant here,'where- veterans at Fern Hill cemeterywill ment with 44 of these cities being the program t

1I' we public can, procure a ENROLLMENT: FOR MRS. T.: MATTHEWS be decorated,and a wreath In Florida The type alsois
5 III&nUty of ice at any hour and Haskim to Speak VACATION BIBLE DIES IN NASHVILLE will be cast Into the St Lucie existent In Alaska Canada,THE WEATHER
to 50 PuertoRico and Ireland.
at the municipal pier. '
freezing lockers for CLASS JUNE r. the .... ....., .. Top-444 brha
longs purposes. Exercises The annual Vacation Bible Mrs; Thomas C Matthews, who J. 1110.. U. a. w.abev. 0......... ,t
However, his primary aim, he 'High School will be held June 1 to 20 until five!! years ago had residedIn City Mall, atuert,__.._ ......1...
ti4 w to .......
Improve the looks of M..u. .
Church here, with with her Proclamation
h. Plant at the Baptist Stuart for.25 years Memorial Day
and offer better ser facilities Invitation extended to youngsters M., It .ta isM
7a: Fairfax Hasklns prominent sufficient for. the large husband the late Judge Matthews + !
something he feels has been It 18 t
14Y will be the turnout expected. 4 to 19 of all denominations at f28 .. .. T.
neglected Sebrlng attorney. died unexpectedly her: '
In recent jean WHEREAS. Friday, May 30 has for ..
4te formal Johnwlck reported Hasklni Classes start at S:30 a m. many years as II n ;
< r, he explained aa the altu.- speaker at the graduation Enrollment will be held from home In Nashville I Friday She been observed as Memorial Day in memory of, those MsH ? as IsM.r
Ion> allow exercises for Martin County was secured for the occasion at ; n ...... .. n u
other \Improvements .June 6. Mrs. was SO Funeral services! were who died in the of' their and ,4
'II be made to High School 40 graduating sen-! ter Phil O'Conwll. noted West 3 I tel S p. m. Friday service : country, 11107 esINCnu fJuLl.
'' eom. East Palm Beach lawyer was forcedto Ed Burgess will be principal assisted held in Nashville Saturday with .. .m.1I
at the band shell on II. U
11I7 a true lora : members of .various .h.
'WHEREAS veterans
asset to the public. Z; : organ -. ,
by s. Walton Parks Intermediate Ii .. .. .._ _.. .I
night, It cancel bU engagement here Olivet '-'" m "
tomorrow burial In Mt,,
West 4th 8t. at I Cemetery. of the City of Stuart desire to appropriate. ::
expressed keen enthusl- chief department, Mrs L. :shops ,;
<" was announced Tuesday bj upon hit appolntmen as Mrs. Matthews was a pastpresident .
8 baa Stuart and the people Principal Erwin T JohnwlckHaskliU Investigator la the alleged bribery C. JClckllter and Mrs Louise ly, observe Memorial Day this year, THE TIDES,
the Stuart. Woman
met of
and feels! certain of larrell, junior'department, Mrs.
of case In the State Legislature
" Is a past president NOW'THEREFORE.
'III I W. R. Baker ViceMayorof
satisfied and' .
with Wilson i Club held honorarymembership
his moving Charles Jackson and Mrs an
district of Rotary In which hearings will begin
the Florida
ere the City of Stuart FU, do hereby proclaim Friday.May
: -
McClure, primary depart- \until her death. She -
International and Is well known morrow morning 30 1947. Memorial Day and, I hereby request Elsa ... \ow saw rer a. Ludo. Inlet
ment. Mrs. I. r Bozone'beginner's ; also was active in the Garden ,
and here The school .
! throughout the State high e .a dl. Map N use
ITUMENTS: URGED, : where he ,has spoken severaltimes service was held Sunday at the department., and Mrs Hastnge Club here and In the Presbyter- all places of business in the City of Stuart to close r.: [reha add,'I = as .1..
totertrm who Isn't*hake sat- before at meetings of the Baptist Church at ,which timea Jolunch\leCreta17, Ian Church: Coming here with from 10:00 a. m. to 12 noon -on said day for,tbe eWaervance hr_..Im... blob sad a boom ai ,
' judge Matthews about 190&1, the of Memorial Day. :
factory settlement! for subals- Rotary Club. world! relief offering was taken ZtTH 'ANNIVERSARY couple built'a riverfront winter \ ..:' r... 1:.w.t....

nee *r-paying will be denied the In exercises case of rain will{ Johnwlck be held at said the, which. netted $45 which, will be Mr.. and Mrs, John M. taw residence In 1914 which now' is ,This the 28th day of Mar 1947. M.l: : y 4ei ': lees 11.14My .

'Other education handled through the interdenominational were honored by a party at the owned ,by H. C Beokman Mrs I.tie .1.111a..
and, training tame hour in the' high school ; W. R. BAKER, JrN I ad trill au ;
"Wits" under,the OI Bids the auditorium. He- said extra seating church world service tome of Mrs. Ruth Stevenson Matthews was a classmate' at Stuart. : t', .
*"*"ns Administration! an.'nunaed -! at the bandsheU was Installed ,, I it 'war announced by the Tuesday night on their aotb anniversary Wards Seminary Nashville of, Vice-Mayor Cityof m: : :: Hr Uf U. :

' ,today. ,yesterday,',and .there would be Key Phil Maxwell, Mrs. H ,W. Bessev of Stuart\ iaa t ,J., to., a:4i'' "f


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I daI\'In1ng.Wr. are asked to trtTj
11':1 t; \ i j iiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniii proper depth of 8 ft. and widthof home there I.IIII home on 2nd St. wU1JeaYl Jack Llsk. tend.

NEWS OF 100 ft. It also was stated there Girl Scouts Fete Mothers this Mrs.week Marlon end for B. Flak Cleveland and A number4 of Palm City's Mr. and Mrs. J. Jar!
will be no tax levy for the navigation Mr and Mrs. Lane Jenningsof younger' group enjoyed the hors lr. and lOll, James 1
I 1 I district In any of the 11 Walton returned from Miami may return racing at Okeechobee Sunday. '; week for X2
; Indian River Drive nationlast a si '
I counties concerned.I Friday'night where they went 'At Special Meeting Monday The last service of the Reason The Palm City Woman's Club at the hOlllt
JHr' \to attend a dinner given by Mr. at the Palm City Church was met Thursday with only 11 members parents, Mr. and Mrs <<
I By TTTA CLARK I and :Mrs.. Ray Van Seggern held Sunday with the RaY H, a I
I MarbL
R C. Phelps has returnedto present. The next regular They will
1 UIIIIIIIIM"IIIIIIIIII"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII/ Eldrt from a five-week visit former residents, of Palm City !Stuart. Olrl Scouts Evelyn:. RelU" ; first aid to Betsy I'Jones, In the pulpit a* he had meeting will/ be Jun, :M. All Tanta where he II return tII
''In Newark and Washington.She and still property owners of a their mothers Tuesday afternoon'at Barr. 'I kindly offered his services In the tmployst
I \ t WALTER VON 'TOSSON Wass PI by her husband In home at\ the extreme point of a special meeting at the Wo- Mothers present Included Mrs.. |; absence of a pastor. --..
'/ "' HOME ROBBED ChaUanooitt where they stayed land facing the North Fork of mans Club with the awarding Leslie Pressel Mrs J. P. Blak.WI ..- Charles Tucker, a former rest.I -
,\ 1 Fingerprints" taken by Sheriff for a nuiifjx-r of days visiting the St. Lucie. of. merit badges a highlight of Mrs. Hubert Clements, Mrs. dent of Palm City Farms, has TASTY DELICIOUS FOOD ;
I a B. A. Brown's force last Monday Mr. Phelps mother the program. P. M. McCullough. Mrs. M. J. I recovered from an Illness of more
,may lead to the arrest of a buritlar I Harry Jennings will/ return The program and refreshment Morrison Mrs. Herman RelU, than a year and has resumed his YOUR FAVORITE DRINK} '
''I' who made entrance to the Mr. R. W. Lennard of Fort Sunday for vacation from the I,committee, composed of Scouts Jr and Mrs, J. F. Boson; other regular work as a painter.
;. Walter Von Fosson home on the Pierce Farms-who" has been the University of Florida where he I'Zola Mae Blakeslee Helen Me- guests were Pam Cross, Mildred Mrs. Mary Brown Of Miami has
I Frye Estate by tearing-off the house guest/ of Mr. and Mrs. .Is taking business administra Cullough, Shirley Fressel, Betty Clements and Nancy Lukens. been a guest at the J. D. Petty
\ ;i 1 i bock porch door .screening then I iW. H. I", nnard of Walton, has lion Morrison and Martha- Morrison Scouts present In addition to home for some time. She .la 'a St. Lucie Bar 1 I
l I' ft screen on a window l leading returned to her home. used the Scout colors, green and those named were Jean Brown friend of Mrs. Lena Petty Felgl.
: '-1 (J' Into the house The robbery Mr. and Mrs K. H. Burggrafof yellow, for a decorative motif Georgia Evans!: Gloria Hancock, The farm property of Charles
occurred between'2 and 4 p. m. Mr, and Mrs!. Ruben'T. Johnston Blue Heaven of Eden spent', and centered the serving \gable Duane and Valerie Madiera Tucker has been sold to Mr. and Line of Ckoice LIQUORS WINES'
.\. luring a visit of Mrs. Von Fax- hum ri'tuniid; from Frost Monday with friends In Fort Lauderdale with large letters, a.8.", made Mrs Barney William who expect ,
f i son to the Edward Sand property ., proof where they went In Inter of flowers. TWO CAP OFFICIALS build home there.
to a
I soon and CORDIALS
next door. The robber Was I
|ieht of their grove holdings. DurIng Their I program Included thehymn Mr. and Mrs. John U, Burt of
tracked from the south along' their woM-nce, their son and Spending the week end In the I of r Scouting, sung by JoyceEdenfleld Hickam and Col. Wright Stuart bad as their dinner guests' ,
,, the railroad ditch and back to)Wile, Mr. and Mrs! Arthur John Jennings apartment at Walton 1 ; Shirley Preasel Eve- Vermilya of CAP visited Witham
\ I G the Sojid's 'garage apartmentsTwo ton'from Orlando occupied the were Mr. and Mrs Harold Rledttl lyn Kelts. Betty Morrison and Field Sunday to acquaint Stuart '1-----------
'j '.;, .1 watches money J Jewelry and i home: in Wulton, and did some of Belle Glade who came \to look Jeanne Clements, led by Mrs. CAP officers of the new program -
y' candy was among the loot fishing oi| Indian River. owe plantings started on the I Garland Edenfield; a piano solo, set up by the organization. DAN FAG N'S
1 effective next Sunday. This Is
1.200 feet of river front property I Zola Mae Blakeslee; an Impromptu
"WsTRICT) COMMISSIONER 1 Mr. and Mm, F. 0: Hanks from they purchased last fall. .1 f dramatization of Don- to Include all and types training of rescue and r
.Y'; HFTCHrR: : RUSSELL Dunmllim, last week guests of ald Duck by Jane Morrison equipment
ATTENDS DAYTONA MEETING Dr and Mrs Gatlln have returned Miss Beatrice Fllllngham returned Gall/ Merriman, Betsy" Barr plans to set up radio communications
Navigation homo. Their other houseguest to Eden last week after I Muncy Boyd and Jane Preasel. among the 20 CAP squadrons I PORTABLE WELDING SERVICE
A. II Shlparo of New York, a vacation, tour of the state.Completing .i Appropriate ceremonies were In Florida. .
\t ', has returned from Daytona: who has also been here In the this vacation, she used In presentation of merit tiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiimiiiiimi i
; Beach where he went to attenda ljt.rM of his extensive grove has flown to Cleveland where badge as follows: Weavers' "ANYWHERE ANYTIME"NOW
:,' routine business meeting wit holdings! In the Header Canal she Is visiting her parents and badges to Shirley Pressel 'and Palm City NewsBy :
I .' discussion! of deepening and district, left Uw first of the week. .skter. I Jane Morrison; cyclist,' Joyce *
widening of channel was one Edvnfleld, Shirley'Press!f l and ,ANNA B. DAY OPERATINGAt
phase under observance This, During the" absence af her From Miami comes Mrs. Helen :
however will bs delayed on account husband on a business 'trip to Frans for an extended visit with 1 ----- iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii'iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiNCharles
of insufficient Government New York Mr! Fred Dunphy of Mrs. R. H. Escott of Eden. The keynote to 1U' success. F. Patterson of the'
appropriation. In the Eklrwl: has \OK house" guest Mrs. friendship of these women date At the bingo party staged- Patterson and Simmons Construction I Coraer .f 3rd Street and Old DUU; Hifawajt
I meantime the present channel Kate: Prim i III l Fort Pierce. Mrs. back to the early days In Bunnell cently around SO guests participated. Company has purchase I
will be protected and care taken Prim is purchaser of property when Mrs. Escott: owned and All contributed toward ed the Jones home on 10th St., I All Types of Welding Repair_ aid Construction
I that It fee kept open and to the along the drive and will build a operated one of the first bakeries records for the Juke box given and It will be occupied by Pat. I
I and restaurants. this end of the'county by the terson's mother who 1 II moving: PHONE 147 BOX 1111
county recreation committee for here from Miami. Mr. and, Mrs.!
I., Last week end H. D. Worth, which the club would like to express Leon Jones, Jr,and son are leave
Miami a former resident of Stuart thanks for this and other Ing this week for Cincinnati
The American Oil Company I I and for many years in the amusement equipment.Mr. where he will\ continue hIs studies '
electrical business there brought
at a conservatory of music. I
his motor boat up on his tailor and Mrs. Victor Conklin Next spring they expect \to moveto
Announces ,launching it from the Harvey,who have occupied Redwood cot their farm at Loveland Ohio, CU aa
Merwln dock for Indian River I II tage at Edenlawn during the to make their future home.Their,
i I fishing. Accompanlng him were season 'left Sunday for their many friends here regret their ,
THE EXtLUSIVE:' DISTRTRtTORSinr FROM !I his son. Victor Worth, and wife, summer home In -Sauk Centre,I leaving this community and the
1\\ I and their two children. 1 Minn. Prior to leaving they weretet'.d best wishes for future successgo !
MAINE TO FLORIDA FOR I by Mrs. Florence I Cave who with them. Mr. and Mrs '
If planning (hat vacation bo visit
summer sere to our
A round of sightseeing kept gave a dinner to the Edenlawn' Jones and son were evening dinner your
I Mr..and Mrs. Ernest C. Bull' and group In Fort Pierce Thursday.This guests Sunday at the homeof I tockd-filled store before you tal. U yew travel. W*
; SER VEL I Mrs. B. L. Douglas house guests 1 was followed by a farewell I Mr. and Mrs.' Herbert Sud- have a host of helpful aids for tun, sand and serf <. .
\ 'of Mr and Mrs. Leland Hubbard, dinner on the patio of the Cave I hoff. I you'll be amazed at our prices.; ,
F I I and sisters of Mrs. Hubbatd busy home with Arthur Phillips host. Early fn June, Mrs. Herbert I
during their stay, of a week in Lavender and yellow alamandas] Sudhoft will leave for her home i
I Walton from their homes In graced the tables around which In Mlneola N.Yr to attend the LOOK AT THESE VALUES:, .
I i
Kerosene Savannah, Oa. From their con-, were seated the honor graduation exercises of her son
Refrigerators : venation the lure of Florida is Mr. and Mrs. Conklin, Mrs.rue'Il'1 Herbert, Jr.', at Mlneola High .
t : beckoning for winter residence Miss Annette Cave Mr. School. When the family movedto I' Rate a n.OURarea '"
i In this section. Incidentally, Harvey Merwln A. D. Merwln Florida two years ago he remained ,
1 1 i TIIROUCiH. {LOCALLY Bull Dairy I la, the the largest owner In of Southeastern Annette's I Ii and. the host, Mr. Phillips. I I he expects) to to be enter able the to graduate University SAL HEPATICA .____on.. ...:......____$L20 'v$1.O9

I Georgia. They left by motor Mrs. H. A. Phillips of West of Florida. His older brother, SAL HEPATICA .--...--..,.____ ._ so .41
i Wednesday noon and will make Palm Beach and Mrs. N. D. Mc-. with his class there. In the fall
I I ARLE STUART stops in Dartona, St. Augustine Cue Chicago mother and sister Richard Is an electronics tech SSS '''-'' ..-.-__....._-:..--_ 2.00 1.89
: and Jacksonville. ot Arthur number nician at research labor-,
: Phillips, spent a Navy
sssACAROL. .. ._. US.u.
1 I' -
\ of days at Edenlawn last atory. Mrs. Sudhoff also will
FOR THE Mrs. Fred All.pia w Is In Mew week. spend a week visiting him. I
f 1fT: i AMERICAN OIL CO. York where she went to attend Mr and Mrs Victor Conklln A -n'1"; ':''-" t. 1.09

\ J the Centennial InternationalPhilatelic I II left Sunday by motor for SaukCenter I LISTERINE .. .... ._.-.:.. ............ .75 .&9
Exhibition which clos-. Minn., their summer' i
AT I e4 Sunday night I II home. They expect to returnIn LISTERINE _....._..:.-.,._......_'..:..-..__ .50 .39
I John Sahlberg left for New' the fall and about the boll-: ,' I
ULMERNM' r R CO. I York last Sunday\ resume his : days will go to California for the i KREML HAIR TONIC ._.: ___......_ 1.00' .81

n summer work a* river harbor 7 I winter season. They expect KREML HAIR TONIC ,.......--"" .;....... 60 ,---,49 I,
pilot. Not being able to get accommodations while here In the fall to build a \:

) I for his family t DOME LID ; cottage at \Edenlawn!: for their VITALIS .....-.-...._..__. ..\.,...::__ 1.00 .89
j !1t t STUART, FLORIDA there Mrs. Sahlberg and four winter home when in Florida.

children will remain In Walton Many of Mr. Conklin's family VITALIS '_.'-'--__...,- 150 r .+13
: : --- --- .. and I
---- day-vacation on Jensen live In California so they usually
Beach. other winter there. DRENE SHAMPOO .. -........:........_._ 1,00 \ .71 I
t a' JEWELER'S NAME HOME CANNING'S' spend every .

I BEST MtoMU Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Bufdick .DRENE SHAMPOO ....._..._...._...__ .60 ,49 :
PROPERTY OWNERS CLUB 2'plece are expecting their two daugh- 1

I PLANS SOCIAL EVENTSA ,.11M .hlo .own .... ...... .Is t- ters and children to visit them MENNEN BABY OIL -... _.._-= .._..__..__ I. Wt'\ .19'
round of social events win I pea -.. 15 .1 Th....-o 400.. ed soon. The The Burdicks have
I I mark the newly formed JUST a .Ie rod. ow. y.PRIII .-. greatly Improved the former MENNEN BABY OIL ,.. ...._...._.. .._.. .5p .43

II Eden Property Owner's walton-I p..LMd-It.hen.-.I '..4.. Shotwell place since their arrival JOHNSON BABY OIL ._...._.,. :""SO .43 ..
A card party .la scheduled for' TO Dome h d..w. 1-e Is here They also own several :=:;

,1IJ,1\\ June < with players having a vgLdl. ."'....,mow-. lots on Cornell between 5th MENNEN SKIN BRACER _.._..._:........;.._. 1.00 .8.
.. ...
choice of games. The entertainment to ear and 6th Bts.
11'. ..... e.. Johnny Leighton Jr, spent MENNEi SKIN BRACER. _..
commute has kindly ask _.... -- .50... .43
IJ ,
ed that reservations some time last week with his
with the secretary Mrs be L.made B. wit Dome, SAIL tips. JAB AND aunt and uncle Mr.. and Mnr JOHNSON BABY OIL. ......_. ........_ 1 JIG .8t ,

+ Edaaon, Eden. While this Is not AT YOURGROCWS David Waldron, In Okeechotee. "IPANA'TOOTH !PASTE. .._.._..._....__ "'.so', ,43
compulsory U will help in plan Mr. and Mrs .Tom' Crow of -
til BuLovAr ning tables and refreshments.Final T Fort Pierce were visitors Thurs- PEPSODENT TOOTHPASTE .-.---. ..43
? aYt \touches were gone over day at the home of Mr. and Mrs.L. I
yesterday afternoon by the committee J. Murphy.Crow Is a cousin PHILIPS TOOTH PASTE .. ._. _._ __ .SO f.3'
f when Mrs. Edason was of Mrs Murphy.Mr '
hostess at tier home. MarlbU 1 and Mrs. J. P. Jones of PHILIPS MILK of MAGNESIA -''_m_._ .50. 1"

Plantation, with refreshments Starke and four children were PHILIPS MILK *f MAGNESIA .75 .
-- ,
following the business meeting., the guests last week for several : .
In behalf of this project these days at the home of her sister, CARTER'S LIVER PILLS .25' .19
t women are giving serious l e Mrs. Nettle Smith.
1090 t.ettubcr'rn BAYERS ASPIRIN _..,.,,.. .
i a sew thought to the class of entertainments Mrs. Helen Arnold and daugh. ,. .75 .Ie '

s52 Jd club and keep that neighborliness will build up the the City ter, Ramona Saturday, moved occupy to Palm theirATTENTION JERGENS LOTION ...._."' _-..:- ...... .50 ,. ..3' S

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GRAND JUNE 1STat : *,.
OPENING SUNDAY i <*u, t. -
/ 'We Have Reduced Fountain\ ,
r Our Sod*, PricesAll : t

the ;" !iI: "

Ice Cream Sodas ..........._20c. Fruit SUndae' ..:......:...:._..--w20ilOe
(Two Secepe ot lee Crease
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JINX TAVERNLocated Ice Cream Cones ...._. .... ........ 5C Ice, Cream Duke. .''1'.1..1
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i. + Milk Shake' ..._?-............ ........... 20c Malted Milk .__.. .--.:...,,;..........2&,
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RIRIRHURtT7i ,f57B 3'/i Miles North' of Stuart on Federal Highway SPECIAL STEAK SANDWICH" DeLUXE; 1.1:* '" ... *

i :: .: 1; .
x '
J Music By All Popular Brand '
Cigarette* ....__....or'Ac;
". $49.50 to $195.00 ', ''h \
t Mrs T, BAKER and CLIFF JOHNSONEATS r rc: ; '

Rhoadsa a

and DRINKS .

t; JEWELERS JEWELERS FOR Special Steak Sandwich on Bun ..._..._...-i.-25c 19A NI LL .

105 South Second Strf Ft- Pierce, Florida pOST OFFICE ARCADE .

r Price. lo" Falsest Tot FROM 8 P. M. TILL? -WE. LEAD. ., THE 1i REST' .FOLLOW"" "

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Jailfishers Blank Clewiston, Hold Tie for League Lead: kt"

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A LINE ON SPORTS BEBEE ALLOWS Other members of the team Include ;
6 Rec eve, POTENTIALITIES Bebee Leads TIGER FOOTBALL ,Walter Jacob, T D. Thorn and I r' ,' '

ton, Thornton Bradley .

ligh School OF CITY'S' GOLF Glades League Title Chase ONLY 4 HITS Batters; Team DATES CHANGED Cecil vln Donaldson Jackson, Inflelders catcher, ,Bubber:Mar. '.J).',,""t, ,.:

Jackson and William Sampson, ,I .
Becomes Two- Te.am Affair outfielders. Otis 010""' Id' '::1: J j jI
ports Awards IN 4-0 WIN Rise A switch In dates In the football 'I Leonard and Mossy Preslln, if' I II
CITED t .1
COURSE schedule for Margin County I!pitchers, and Eugene Button and J" ; .
High Schools grid forces next 'Iiu '
County By ED MENN1NGF.R, JR.A Bhelley Steels, utility .
Martln fall was announced Friday by '
aghty.lx Catcher Horace 'Mule" Arn The Dodgers, who whipped the ,
Belle Glade Will Be Hoal
.'n School athlete were ot- the Sundays roll by the East: Coast Glades League championship Coach Charles Kindred who said .
having won L. M. Johnson Attvnds to Stuart Nine olds failure for the first time I I Miami All-Stars 10-7 hero two
ill* designated as has settled Into two-team affair for May the card now Is set. '.
quest a
and numerals Management: Meeting Sunday this season to get at least one hit I weeks ago. will play a return .
,leUc letters ending In Miami 4 when each suffered a one-run upset Stuarts. Jaycee Sallflshen In a game cost him the Individual I The schedule released two game there Sunday. On June S { .
lrtng the ichool senior year cliul1nt and Pompano have swept aside all opposition and their Impending CAST COAST: CLADU LEAGUE batting lead this week Pitcher weeks ago Was more or less ten, Cocoa will play here at Little r.' I "> ,,. I''

norrow at the at> the school la*', With proper care and direction two-game strtea June 15 and 22 looms. the title-deciding games W L 1'... OBI Bit Bebee two singles In four tative. Kindred said, hinging on Dlxlo Park and additional tilts i It
;I program Stuart can have one of the fin of the season.i (TUAXT J I K7IPonmiw trips boosted his mark to' 458 what agreements could be reached are expected to be arranged I/ 4 'i I..,
: : ... .
;hfcn est little golt courses on the I 1Cikokoi > while Arnold was slipping from between Vero Beach and Fort with West Palm Beach Daytona, k ,
for shutout last although '' I HMorrtaoo r
awards were given to Jerleaden State east coast, a i Stellar hurling gained each a Sunday : FfeM J 4 : : Pierce The latter finally accepted '
representa H and
s &00 to 441 Okeechobee Belle Olfde .I !
an even
8 In boys basketII. tin of the Miami Shore Pompano s three runs were virtually outright gifts. Playing at ............ .... 1\10 Vero i bid to play on i .1.J tf'I', '
L.ke w..h ... ..11. The team continued to Improve Fort Pierce I'.
l 10 in (IrU basketball, 10 In Golf Club told Levl M Johnson, Morrison Field the down-Staters scored twice In the tat stanza D.II. GI... .. .1 .... 1110au.to. Its over-all marks. The 11-hit attack Thanksgiving so Stuarts clash ------ r! '
wball. 36 in football, 4 In girl. county agricultural agent, In without the aid of a hit, and another ot the Skymasters five bobbles .... ." .IU Clewiston Walter with Fort Pierce was switched ; :

mining ( In ,boys iwlmtnlng Miami Tuesday discussing the for the day contributed to the third Pompano tally In the Sth LAST SUNDAr. .UULTS on to Oct. 10 from Thanksgiving liJ' I "

d 7 in track course'a potentialities. Inning The clash was repetitious of the week before when Morrison t.ke STUART W...4,. rUwUUnFomiura '. _. Ola'. Vaughn average up edged a point the team to .302 batting while night and the Stuart-Melbourne ACK { : : .

The recipient Included: Johnson returned Tuesda;, Field's seven errors cost It an 8-7 -decision In Pompano. (. Xorrlx. fW4, ( clean, handling of 43 of 49 tilt billed Oct.10 was changed 13
Utttmt. M Iba** night from Miami where he wa Salltl her Manager r.hokM 4. Horu* (nek .1. to NOT 28. the night before A I- ,. :
>OTIAU. i When Informed of Pornpano's triumph Sunday chances raised the team fielding 5rit'
....,. ..... Ck...... Jl" C fMIM Thanksgiving Neither of these '
representing Martin County for NEXT SUNDAYS CAMEl ,
.. OHWM.. 0. H. H.rtwtekfrif Johnny Mann assured! us such would not be case when hit mark to .921, highest In the IWit f f I
.. .. will be In Kind
i kokn Stuart,
l r games
..... a day at the annual turf man > ip iik. I
R..rd. II. 1.- co-leaders "If beat li U be the ..
.... 0 11:4: outfit takes on the league s they us I. w.rtk o at Burnt Bneh sly games. red .al 1. 'I
,-: .:H. t: "'TI :".1;:= agement conference of the FlorIda hard way," Mann promised And from the looks of the Sallflsheriafield ;"' :. :r.I' < .. .. '\
Association Golf COur. 'I INDIVIDUAL LEADERS --- ---
.._ _.. ._.-..,. H. W.NW of In their last three outlnga It looks like he'II be right. It appears ;STING //1
.... The conference -, Batting-Bebee 458, H Arnold LINE
w ...... WII..4 P>ul Dm. Superintendents from the Lake Bit Bebee, ace of the Stuart BAIT
... LIor4 CUntoMII ..4 tJld .<* was held In collaboration the Martin County lads learned their lesson Sallflahers' mound staff, limited ...41.RunlJ'. BOYNTON TOPSDODGERS
.\ ..._..... Ch.,1oa H finest Dan
LMHT HnmrI.WIM < Clewiston to four widely scat TheWorld: i r.j
... HcruU
.'. A ... .. ...rIo. ..dol.... of the State Florists Assoclatloi a result of Stuart's seven mUcues. Since then the team's been fielding H. Arnold IS, Lower 'il
Will' tered Jilts on the East 6th St smoother and
,_.14,. ,_, ..."tI,...... ....1 .1..... Sunday through Tuesday. at a winning .857 clip, only five errors In 117 chances and J. Arnold 12 6.2 Line "t'll /' !
...,. ,_ ...Ido ..4 A...... diamond here Sunday while hit waterproofed f.( : pI
II., ; ........... E... ..-- WI!. The county agent, who II mates pounded 11 off the servings Runs batted lnJ Arnold 12 stronger The I 'I
e ,"".. .M WIII_ 1I..lek.. chairman of the greens committee Other \than the Stuart-Pompane series,the biggest factor In of Clewiston s Walter Lowery 6. by our special procell. J t:
."uftALL. 1.lrI.l." .I.11, AI_. for the course here" report! \the home atretch of the title chaw are Pahokees langerouiBtanpicker Vaughn to rack up t .-0 victory. Two base- hits-H. Arnold S, The Stuart Dodgers, first negro World'a Record of a 1J t Mr.* : .\ ,

:::" ;' RtoM.' WMI. tankfcr.U : .' hearing several Interesting dlscusslons *. Both loop leaden hav" yet to face the Palm Beact 'The win Stuarts third Lowery and Graham 3. team to be organized here In Tarpon or) an 18 Ib. tH I. ": 1 '

': >U tkrllto**T Itakw! ,U rm mwiiw> Ju. notably one on the County outfit which never falla to riiw to an occasion such straight and was seventh In eight Three base hits J. Arnold 2, two years, suffered their first line wa* made wiih a Black[r ; 11 I : Ji
M 4 Um, Ho* and of winter H Arnold 1. defeat of the season Sunday as
Jm Cmnul. i> ..... planting care The Pahokee crew, co-managed by Stewart Spoonei starts this and the Pearl Line.NORWICH. ; ,
d E IOTM i 1<... .. Robert Q r Kl>ka b as this. spring kept Home runLower, I. Boynton Beach scored t 6-2 ''I' .
t<.... WlH, .r4 Write." JMOT How.K grasses on putting greens ;, has been a hot and cold one winning team deadlocked with Pompano : i
and Joe Tom Boynton
..... decision on Its home field Tight >
.n '.nlor .._11. _. Ward L. Wood of the Weat Pain Stolen bases-Stiller, Lowery LINE COMPANY l i : i
and the the next for the leadership of the East J'
W.II. Hthr.rr. fuhlon week kicking game away
WIII.r4 In fine
LL ono and Dodger
1"'I1 Boynton pitching
It...... Cb.... 11'I.' ... Beach Country Club He aim and Tetter a.PitchingBebee 3' ... -. "" ; :
.. Ho._. ... ..... H........ WM Impressed by talks by DiC. Pompano takes the Beanplckers on next Sunday In Pompano Coast Glades League Shutout 5-0, J. Arnold errors at critical points were 1'fA .' j\
:::::. I..'''. C" ,.lUrtllt* "".! -' J. Noer, a soils. chemist from and the following week on the lakeshore diamond, and how II were In high style Sunday with and Johnson 1-0 principal factors In the Stuart NOIWICH. ..'.. I I I ;

nArK. T* BUfco.. WHUr. .* w.,... Belleville, Md., and a dlscusslor fares will give .good Indication of what we can expect for the three being recorded and i loss SoM ty #: /
... .... KM H.rrl. W.lliwi fourth narrowly missed In thedays I
.11. KMW
of turf grasses under test In Sallfbhen. The Dodgers who had won
KrMIrr l 4 Arthur Hfl MIHlllNUi : II' it. -
M'' (tor.) Rk-hird II"fc.ru., Florida by Dr. Roy A. Balr of Stuart will wind up the regular seaaon with Pahokee, ,lalnrthere league actlvltly Pompano led off with an Infield single and three straight prior to Sundays LEADING HARDWARE ::1 :.ffi
.. W U, Far* Ctrter. JM.% H''lf w kept the pace blanking Morrison r. ;
V made second on a subsequent managed and
8tatlon. setback are by Guy '
Glade -
,. Wllll.i. .lock I 1.1.10.I Winkle the Belle Experiment Jnne S9 and here July ( Field 3 0.
..4,.., .... UtemoM. .. PMIU B tnr wild throw to first base Jesse Davis with rlghtflelder John ADavis SPORTS STORES ,'
NOT *'I.*. lUnvB**. Next Sunday the Sallflsheri Arnold promptly lashed a one- assistant ;, 0'
as manager
::: With Johnson on the greeni But before we get to the aforementioned teams much consideration go visiting again with Belle I left sCore
I := ;SL.r..1 committee are O H TUton of Is due rejuvenated Belle Olade which Stuart visits next Glade their destination The j baser to to him ambled
second Munch '
Woody was '
to as
Kobe Sound and Jim Black host June 8. After losing five l.\\:
Sunday and for which It will be Palm Beach County outfit thrown out' by Ed Ward and l.'f.'f.. t
iltll CHAMPIONSHIPS Johnson reported rotatllllng of coach Ironed ,
I straight Belle )lade acquired W H Cooke official snapped out of IU losing ways scored when Harris Lowery

I IIUED( IN AUGUST the greens was accomplished yes out some players' differences and added several recruits from the May 18 by whipping Lake Worth punched a double to shallow left LABORATORIES : !: \
tfrday after all weeds had beer which won 10 of 11.113 games this spring I and l s recent rejuvenation may 11
Washington, May 19 The winning high ichool team It was the first of three straight .1 '

uUonal rifle, pistol and skeet this Hlled week and fertilizer end fine applied steam,Bermuda an<- With this triple transfusion the team promptly snapped put make upsetting Stuarts one visit Belle Sunday Olade will an\ safeties' for Lowery who led theday' CITRUS GROVE WORK : i""
will be held the
hamplonshtpa Lake Worth although It suffered hitting
with win over
grass seed will be sown ot Its losing ways a play a return game here June S. '
I int two week* in August It was He said the green should be It a relapse1 Sunday when Lake Worth shut them out on the Ram Bebee had Clewkton stopped .Munch opened the Stuart Sth MWING-otT-SET DISCING FERTILIZING: BY SPREADER I' ,, .

nnounced here today at NationI top condition M a result ot thli blers' field However, being back on familiar home grounds and completely Sunday with Itt with a single drilled down the .
Work done and elficlenll
I ri.Rifle'The rlfl Association and pistol Headquar-matches reconditioning within six weeki backed by aggressive home fans may make It a tough date for the vaunted batting order able to third base line A passed ball promptly 1 I I.''j''

111 return to Camp Perry, Ohio or two months. However, t mporary Stuart visitors. Cooke has promised and apparently getting much utlr up only two mild threats ticketed and him he tallied to the second the third station BOX 306 PHONE 2388 .,: f :,

iiigiut 4 to 11 where the na- greens have been set up better all- round play. The Sulltlshen will do well to dlipense The Stuart hurler .fanned eight,
ional tournament has been held 10 play Is not being halted at with any over-confidence perhaps engendered by Belle 'Olades passed but three and except tot singled Sallflsher to left run when Lowery ... U YEARS OF EXPERIENCE I, ::111jlVICTORY

ach since the turn', of the the course, spot in the standings one inning had flawless support '
year lowly
The box score'CLCWISTON
akeet I ,Johnson also attended part of afield His well-mixed assortment : '
entury The champion-
hip will be staged under the the nurserymen s meeting Tuesday If Stuart had a few more Bit Bebees the rest of the leagae's of deliveries had' the sugarmn after- w... U AH 4 it. H I 1'0.4'1 I t 1IBS : :;! !
featured Iwlnglnc'alnl an
traction ot the National! pkeet afternoon which member probably'would refute to play .... The likeable Fort ) 'j
s j { i : :
hooting Association In Syracuse, in address on "The Use of FlorIda Pierce athlete has worked his way to the No. 1 spot In theteam's noon, only five balls being hit' :: I*::. ... _. .1.. BAR
(. rOo Aug 6"to 10 Peat" by M J. Daetwyler and pitching statistics aid gives every Indication out of the Infield It was Bebee I KS-.*. .. .. i : t :1 ,
batting fifth win without a defeat M..ilra Ik ( < .
His two hit agaliut Clewlaton Sunday ,. .. . .
h. "
I AIRPORT BUILDINGS of holding his Iwa I The two Stuart errors for the w<_.. n ... ... I I IS WHERE YOU CAN GET A 11, d
COUNTRY CLUB while his slurring battery mate, Horace Arnold, was unavailing day came In quick succession In Vxwkn .. ........ I I . : '
In four trips to the platter boosted him IT percentage the 7th inning to create a threatening it il U ,
,. '1JlJJtJ. Fending return 4>y the WAA tc points to the fore In that department with Arnold a.close second situation Jim Beardsley STUART OF '

( .. "'7 the county of the deed to With- and at the same time his bewitching hill work brought led oft. ,with a single the third SklDM II ,. ... AB. a. n t PO 1 I A II. : 1 r
thereon hi fifth victory of the season The eight strikeouts he Slow off Bebee and reached second A"o14 Ik .. II a BLUE RIBBON BEER ,
im Field and structures him Ik .
ff,' recorded while holding Clewiston virtually helpless all after when Warren Snipes took .. ik : aIOWITT : : : :I ,
the County Commission yesterday Halson Avants roller and then .( 4 B I
and the hut- I 1
for 41 Inning pitched DRAUGHT
his toll to 61 ON :
the request of noon brought 'ubn... of .. I 1
approved :
tossed wide of the base attemptIng -
Golf and ,out score first for Stuart this year, cut hi earned run averageto force When (H',11,1.. Ar. u.MHUkr '." .I.. IIn. 'I
the Martin County to Beardsley
a neat S J5. *... .. ,. I .. THE MARINE ROOM l! !
Country Club for two 20 by ..att. Horace Arnold threw poorly attempting Ik I I 1 I IManTif1' ,
kind of tuff how can be losetAs '
With thla to pick off Beardsley I
ELGIN.TWITH ( buildings on the field However I 1 IS THE PLACE TO I, j'j'r
the runners moved up" to second .bvkM > .4 S I titlr4 r ij '
it was stressed to Glut a matter of fact Stuart la represented by TWO winning ball and third with none out, but at o i. .. i ENJOY A COOL REFRESHING DRINK j,, 'ill'illAND '

: President Fred L. Hall that un- teams this year. Out In the negro section there has been organized this point Bebee ,suddenly bore .-B. for Armour In tikHM .

THEDuraPower 8:.: LB the WAA does take that ste( the Stuart Dodgers after a one-year lapse In colored baseball here down to fan three batters in a .n........h, 'Innlotl. for' 'uh*o* la Ilk ON WARM EVENINGS. BRING YOUR FRIENDS "l i "
John who plays and retire the aide Again .. ENJOY YOUR FAVORITE DRINK .'
the buildings cannot be movwl Managed by Ouy Davis and assisted by brother row 4114 404 .4H4Hun. "
In the 8th frame, walk, a fielder STUART _IM .llcCrWI8TON'
Ml-Stars, a
Mainspring has been the Dodgers drubbed the West Palm Beach, I"J Arnold I. LawmTw
there ru field, bMN4
and as yet right
choice and single put .. .. : : ;
Beach'and the Miami All-Stars before being upsjet Sunday t a I. k kU L r rr. W r4 H.r VICTORYBAR I 1't'
lord. on how soon the WAA ma, Daytona Clewiston runner on second and hm r.tr "4 niu8< rt 4. tk U iIMl
DtTtA AT IXT1A COtTIBriuliful not much In evidence Sunday ku Ckwiito' 1. SCu.rt .
VMUI NO Beach Although so M *
let In Boynton factors In third With, one 'out, but George St..!*. k _hliM Av.nt. H..rirk. .t :
hitting'and fast fielding have been primary ,. _. r rI
good clutch Mozzlna and Jackson whiffed 1I..r4.Io joknvoa pviibl plarlklpM AND MARINE ROOM 1
to be used
The buildings are .. <
rww Elgin Kitclx the Dodgers' fut start Next Sunday they will play a return game to end hostilities. lo Hanlra to Huiirk lo Inrdtln to I. ArnoM. Blruclioalkr V..h. I I

k. the grtduaM. to Increase the club house facilities In Miami and June 8 Cocoa will play here at Little Dixie Park, Ad Stuart wrapped up the decision Viurki Ii.k> IM a ..Bax .k IU Goods ; all'I

And beneath tbrir!b tlutJ' at the course, Hall explained mission 7} cents for adults and 35 cento. tor the youngsters. In Its first time at bat Shlpes ..-.ff....-HrbM h.....>.Pl< >MM. <(*kill. Tlm Anat..r4:M7"DINE \>.m I Package I 1 I, !
It tlw amaung pew -- 1" l'
DwaPmnr Mairupnng. Big things are, In the offing for Martin Count,'. Colt and :: I :, .

II ehmmatca 99'7. of walcbirpura Coantry Club ilch b one of the best assets Stuart has acquired and DANCE"SEYMOUR'S I IAT I'
U Hall report
diM to carbon lied sArtSNAN'NYlON In recent ,UI'II. Club President Fred
fail_ Anunprmg considerable progrew being made to Improve the course aad

...... .make It one of South Florida's beat by next fall at the latest I THE BLUE GOOSE
.s Under the able supervision of Manager Earle Smith the greensare

being put In top-notch shape, the fairway* are getting INN

aome reconditioning and a mevement .b under way to eonilderably 3 Mil. North of Stuart Fed. Highway 1
enlarge the present club noun* with Its eramped

BAIT CASTING LINE quarter. The club ha been given by the county twe (I by TASTY, DELICIOUS FOOD

Smoother and smaller ibai 4ft, building* at Wltham Field which wilt be moved real to comfort the Mixed Drink*-Beer on Draft A COOL PLACE TO DINE

othec line of aqnal tesc. coon In the near future and redecorated to provide

Braided and processed bjrur and faculties for many more activities at the club., HEAR GENE pN THE SOLOVOX ,

ipedal *low, careful A tournament to determine the cosnty champion Is apossibility AttractiveSUMMER

methods which loinrerrtaMr along with fond hopes for the employment of a club STEAKS and SEAFOOD

trtntth tad eate professional l who could do much to promote the elab In making I I

of caidag. Mad .In elnleitt ns all aware that we do have a fine place to play golf her In OUR SPECIALTY MENUS r :

from 9 to 90 Ib. Stuart that .Is open to one and an every a.,. A campaign to Jensen Beach SEYMOUR, GIDEON
for the course and make .
gain Increased eonntywlde recognition OwnerTHE' SANDWICHES ICE COLD BEER I '*.
NORWICH LINE COMPANY U pnminent In the eye* ol both the resident and visiting pub- .
to being planned. WE SPECIALIZE :: .
& fS4yJf.+ lie, as It should be, also
And Hall itlll to looking for that tint hole-ln-one
I NMWCHH.y.) reopened and revitalized last fall. The lucky l In V .
I the course wsa
) ; \ the recipient of a welcome prhet Go en DIXIE TAVERN
to be
Ii1 ( I J S.M' .y golfer oat and to likely take your iwlngs, take eat. a membership and help TASTY SALAD r..
andSPORTS to booat a worthwhile thin, and =.
STORES IS Mill' North of Stuart On Federal Hi-Way 1

- gram.Kennedy.
LEGION DIAMOND said 23 boys registered EAT and DRINK
last week at the high school *
THE JINX"PEER to play and he expected about YOU WILL FIND A "TASTE TREAT' AWAITING

40 to 45 to be signed tip when YOU. SUPERB WINES AND LIQUORS PREMIUM -

He said Interested boys may CIOUS SANDWICHES SERVED IN. OUR COCK.
SPECIAL --- algn up Saturday until 5 p. m at TAIL LOUNGE. I. ',ViNE, AND BEER

CHICKEN FRIED STEAK SANDWICH .rreami will be organuted and the Florida Abstract Company .Open From. 10.00 A. M. ON WEEK DAYS ,1.'

ON aUN t. 250' scheduled games will tart next Office on Seminole Ave. He also FOR A GOOD TIME VISIT I< ;. *

Op* t ':00 A. M. 'tfl 2iOO A. M. week In the American Legion stated that complete playing .

3Vi MJUi N rth 'of Stuart .; r... No.. 1 SDolaored Martin Junior County.baseball" It progVam was- equipment ou been secured and THE DIXIE TAVERN OFEN DAILY

YOU CANT, BEAT THE JINX in effort*- are under way now to .
T. J. F
announced last night by : ; .
'' M. BILL COLSON, Prop (Except Sunday ,
dpm Sudar N1Ti1l,2.00'A. Kennedy,chairman of the Legion secure sponsors,for the proposed .

." den..l AB D. TuaaeWya' 1 committee In charge of the pro. .. teams 't


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\ It w !' .(, '.:' NEW BOOKIE BILL undecided yesterday what to do pany, Is taking his vacation In D
I". 1 SATE IS UNCERTAIN 'I with June and plans to spend sometime SCOUTS HOLDCOURTOFHONOR I
t new bookie bill\ before his '
\ ,I If Tallahassee ., Herbert Cook 'committee! even aa State attorney. II SOCIAL NEWS -STUART I old horn In Denver In Iowa.and also at his' SPECIAL

I. r if Flafler count;, chairman of I' continued to question legls- -....- '
I! l. he ,house railroads, telephone laton in the bribery' Investigation .
II t ) ,I :, ; nd telegraph committee was, Mr and Mrs E. D. Wells,and Mrs. price French and Mrs Mr'and Mrs. B. B.: Smith,
-0'I' --- son drove to D:::Land Sunday iota Richard Dozier drove Tuesdayto former owners of the Post Office
; : '1 Miami where they were guests drugstore, and three children Smuts received '
I' visit with their son, Walter, a Eight Boy Friday Saturday- May 30
I SALES See Us For of Mrs R. M French, Jr.. and plan to leave this week for Shawnee awards at a court of honor heldat 31
? student at 81:tson University '
I children Okla., where they will attend the Log Cabin Tuesday night "
: &. Repairs and I Mrs Wells l will drive up tomorrow i -e- to business interests) tor AlVin Hendry,Dale Hudson,John DREFT OR -
+I to bring Walter and other M' and Mrs. T 1. r Kennedywill and Indefinite time.Negotiationsfor Rain and'James Wood received
rli 14 SERVICE Parts students home for the summer have as their guest next the. sale of their horns on second class pins, Robert Bill SUPER SUDS
'i IL 0 week his sister, Mrs.. Mont! C. Akron Ave. are being completed\ got his first class pin and Ron-' BOX '- -'--'-- 33c
'I Mrs. Edna Ashley and son, Bailey. of Los Angeles. She Is by the Mapp Realty_Company, ald Johns,'Jim Chappelka! and .
ARNOLD BAUER, Ensign James Ashley, who have' returning home by the southern -e William Leach received merit ALL BRANDS CANNED; -
,been visiting In Bev'rly: Hill, rout after'a visit 'In the New Judge and Mrs. Atrhur R. badges. !'
t 1 St. Luci Boulevard Phone 142-W 1 Calif, left there Tuesday by car i England States Mrs Bailey Is Clones will drive to Tallahassee Johns also was given a certificate ,2
and art expected in Stuart the; a doctor of letters and her latest the last of next week to bring for senior patrol leader MILK CANS _--.:....-_...... 2Sc
1 ,4 .L --qI" latter part of this week They book, "Wayside Tales," a home their daughter, Mildred and Chappelka received a certificate -
: (will be Joined! here by James story of Southern California,recently who Is completing her freshmanyear as Junior assistant. Bcoutmastrr -
; twin broth, Ensign Jack Ash cam off the press. at the Florida State University Buddy Fulton received I TWIN OAKS STRINGLESS
ley,who" Is being discharged from -e- him
'r BUY MARVEL a shoulder strap
I the BEANS 2'CANS' .
Navy Mrs" Stewart Springer and a den chief.Preceding I ... .2Sc
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HOME STYLE 1- ;; three sons Phillip Michael and Robert M.' French, Jr.. Is now the court a covered "
1I John, expect to leave shortly after at McClellandsvllle N C J.. from dish supper was served and a HILLS BROS. VACUUM PACKED -
: I the of : which point he Is working the. demonstration. skit and games
41 oxi. Carolina coast setting up summer held Judge A. O. Kanner D. 8
BREAD : ; tf'I the summer with her parent I shark-fishing stations for Hudson and Bill Nexson, West, COFFEE LB. ""..._._:. ..._...... 49c
Mr Springer, assistant' production the Shark Industries, Inc. Palm Beach Scout executive'
b Lb. BREAD manager for the shark Industries -- composed the court. i
I \' 11/ 17ci I __ Inc, expects to be on Mrs T. J. F Kennedy received I MISS WISCONSIN
Loaf. the Oulf Coast most of the ,ummrr word Monday of the unexpecteddeath BOND ELECTIONFOR

He will be In charge of of her'sister, Mrs J. M. INDIANTOWN(' ''I PEAS 2 CANS .......,_..--...-.--._." 25c
Today's Milk -Today setting up summer shark-fish Taylor of St Joseph Mo. She DRAINAGE DISTRICT'
',' !. ing stations in that area was unable to attend the funeral I
Produced .-.0- I An election by, Indlantown I LITTLE ANDY'TURNIP
i WHITE HOUSE and I Price French, who has spenta Bud Chappelka and his cousin freeholders has been set for July I
month In the Pacific area to Leslie Kldd, students at the 1 to vote on whether Indlantown GREENS 2 29cNUCOA
APPLE BUTTER r;: 14c Pasteurized study shark fishing methods. University of Florida plan to Drainage District shall Issue Improvement I I CANS
called his father from Panama come home this week end to attend bonds in the amount'
,,- ------_ In Martin CountyBarat's Monday night to say that he and the graduation exercises of of $65,000 at 4 per cent for -1 OR CHURNCOLD I
rLCTILL WHOLEAPRICOTS UNPEELED Capt Charles Anderson expect the senior class of which Bud panalon of the drainage system
to take the first available brother, Jim is a member. The election will\ be held at the OLEO
Can: ''' 26c Dairy passage for the trip home plane -e- Office of R. I* Hooks Persons I LB. ,_... ..:..._._.__.___ 35c
'_'_ Mrs. H. Edwin Rogers returned who own property within the
,.- -----..'. --- --.. JP. O Box 1042 Stuart Robert Severaon general'man Tuesday to her home In West area and are qualified electors ARMOURS SLICED ,
RED.CHELK ... ......ager of the Hobe Sound Com- Palm Beach after five days !In of the district are entitled to I ':': ;
Stuart as the guest of Mrs Harry. vote This Is the first proposed BACON 65c
APPLE JUICE Quart 23c I Lyons bond issue In Martin county since I u. .._.__:.:_.._....,:.. _,
Bottle ,' _." ......_ the boom.
According to plans announced SCHEDULED TONIGHT
GRAPrJUlCEB : 25c Florida will see more activitythis Stuart Training School Commencement LB.. ... .. ,
tie coming season than ver
will be held
PRODUCE and GROCERIES before In cattle and livestock program
tonight at Mt. Baptist
IONA CREAM STYLEr shows and sales Schedules Include Calvary
COURTEOUS . Church. School closes tomorrow -,
SERVICE two large cattle showsfive '

WHITE CORN 2c::::2 27cIONA . CONVENIENTLY LOCATED2nd fat purebred stock shows shows, two. five all-breed or more'. The. Junior-senior prom was
held Friday night, the baccalaureate
shows and one or more horse
'. RIPE BABY : and Akron Jo Brooks shows Only summer show scheduled service Sunday at the

f LIMA BEANS 2 r: .z. 23c 1t I It' ...J _' Is the lat annual South exams Macedonia candlelight Monday Baptist class and Church night Tuesday service, final anda Economy GroceryHOME

-- I Tuesday night at the 8t Paul j

2 bunches_ 15c I MI 8. Akron Ava. WE!: DELIVER Telephone 111
BEANS Florida Brahman show In Arcadia
DIXIE --- --- -- -
LEMONS Large Doz. 23c
N ,
:.-, 20c

I',' J ,TEXAS ONIONS YELLOW 3-lbs. 14c1 j'LB. 5 5BAG _",,, __ __ __ ..._.____ 47cHILL'S
d l
j /If '

.' I TOMATOES, Lb. -19c- NEW POTATOES WHITE COFFEE F F 1 Lb. 47c'I I TEA r.b:,__ 'w ____ _, 19c
I JUICY FLA.--Large Size CAMEL _r

ORANGES, Doz. ,..25c
y : '
1 0 40c
1 ;, '. CUCUMBERS, Lb.. 15c tb.PEARL.. CARTON __--_-_.--_-_-_---_- $1.69COMSTOCK ,
f ,_,__ --'r
4! I --- CANS __'___'-_____.___.._____.T___..__
: ,; TREET 12-oz. can .35c YELLOW CLING HAPPY VALE f,

'ti; ', I'' {j CERBERS'STRAINED"---- LargeItiM9C PEACHES "L2"4:t'-'' 7 31c PEAS 2 I :::__...______: 19c
j BABY FOOD 2 tan..I7coa. II

t, t'P' i 1j, A WAX.PLNN!, Qt LIQUID, Can! ___:47c LYDIA. CLEANSINGTISSUES GREY JOICE21: : n 19c JUICE ? ":.!:19c: 1: I i: 6!


11\ j I Pkg., 6c SWEET CORN 2 C.ns: 19c JUICE 2 Can: 19cDILL'S I
-- -
J' MAKES LIFE EASY 440 SHEETS : ._..__....,___


; : to TISSUE 2 Rolls 13c Jark ___.

fn I Carton toI
I f'j SOAP, Regular Bar_ .gel, PLUM JAM \

DIED itf
i f ; 4 SOAP, BarCASHMERE _"1 "T: 23cASSORTED TREET STAR'I I PINEAPPLE No. 2Can ,'_ 31c "!

II SOAP, 2 bars ...".25c
--- America pays tribute, tomorrow to the citizens who, M soldiers and
BORAXO 8-oz. Can..17c sailors, gave their lives for their country,let_us each one re-dedicate our

5UPFR.RIGHT : :. CHPOORpKS "" .. lives'to preserving the principles which have made our wu1nikry"grea.tand --

is CLUB STEAK lb. ...67c ,strengthening that for which they fought and died/
69c Ralh's Tenderized'Picnic, 8 to 10-lb. av.""'............Lb.. 43c,
i BFFF Lb.... .. I I
SHORT RIBS, Lb. .. .35c GENUINE LAMB-LEGS....,. ., ",-._ Lb. 59c, ,

SUNNYFIELD SALE SHOULDER SHANKa or whole ....."....._" ......,Lb. 39c Observe Memorial Day in':4rr,1 W,

1 SLICED BACON, Lb.j69c39c
; PORK PRIME WESTERN BEEF ;honor of. the men' ,whd ,i= "

l COLD! CUTS, Lb. ...", ," died that America might{, McMM/a,

FRESH' : Lb.. ...... 31c, I SIRLOIN OR ROUND STEAK, ,.w..................,.....Lb. 65c live/i / '. .. ,, car

:PORK LIVER' Lb.. 39c I of POT ROAST.....*....._*..,...........,. _,.._.*,?,?.........-..........Lb.; 43c 11". ,.,' : I h

%1 BRISKET STEW ."......._ ._..:Jfr:,..........__..,._....Lb. 23c' : j : ti+r iCITIZENS
MULLET LbPA ,15c25c
:.. _,

FISH: 2 Lbs. .. ,.. ALLSWEET OR'NUCOA .." ..,.."...._.""",j//..._... ._......Lb. 39c
A ih.
!+ m 43c
Lb. ..a..47c. The Complete Food Store ', '


6 M 1 \\rnn\ CROMER'S THE Dr''* \TBSTOIE MEMBER. Federal Deposit Insurance" Corpora**

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tinii-anJ! j Best*. Wishes to the Graduating Class of 1947\I \

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. lei { DIAMONDS

,We have an Exquisite Selection of Diamonds
'.\ of high style and craftsmanship always t
available at La Pointed.,See our selection of
I ''charming,bracelets, watches and ring

'.\ Ji It's'Still\Not Too'Late to.Select a GraduationGift. ,

'\ .Best..Wishes To The'Graduate Crystals We Do Fitted Our Own Watch Repairlna-Engraving


C. & E. WALKER .and Costume Jewelry/



; GraduatesGeorge

'..\ { Bruner's Pharmacy

Congratulations Gideon Marcia McPherson '
' ". George Warren Shipes Jerrold McElfresb .,\ ', The Popular Spot In The Theatre Arcade.Congratulates :,
.. :...TO THEGraduating .;/, Lewis Gamble Roberta Nuner .
:; I \ Arnold Gerald Shipes .
7 '. <'., '. "\ Horace Ram'ona Arnold Winona Saunders THEGraduating

: James Bowden Cecelia Juanita Baker Class
1 r* Class Milton Griffin Phyllis,Jane Baker : ., Of 1947
: Julia Jamison William Baker .
OFt. Jean Robinson James Chappelka i
t. Brown Dorothy Clonts .
Ernestine Ricou A WIDE VARIETY
Jim Conrad 1
; Richard ;Roberts ,':)lilt: ,(;Jii W(. I: t '
Mary Louise Gafl1cr., 11'' OF'
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: ', ,. Mary Alice Sauvage !?! \
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t Gifts for the:- Graduates ': Anne Coane Evelyn Savage ,':"Itr,t':! ', i'i':: :'III 'I\ Gifts
Shirley : I Appropriate
to : .. ,' /.,'Lr. .' ,', William StangerJosephineTucker \ :;: ii:4M..;,
Hodapp 11, '
\4 I "Where Quality Meets Economy" Edmond Howard' \, )I',.; 01 For the Graduates
.'11< l' *- "' Emerson Kramer Roan Wall ",' .....' k
\ Jean Elizabeth Van de Water v f'
Dolores Law
Greene Dry Goods Co. Frank Minschke Willard,Wells 4' .:,
1- #I Barney O'Steen, Jr, Vera Savage i

FART FLORIDA ". .. .\ : j.,.;...' '"".,.. .1-, '" .., '. ..

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Congratulations Graduates of 1947 Congratulations t CongratulationsTO

It'll With Pleatur Sincere* that we extend our Graduates

BEST WISHES Martin County's Largest I




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1947= Everything Electrical. Give A Per-
.A THOUGHTFUL GIFT FOR THE GRADUATE, mament and Lasting Gift. i
nning a l..t-minute gift foJl t4e Gr du teT We your .
I varied appropriate gift Ide&t. V. APPRECIATED. ,
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We Take PleasureIn .; t. .-
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Graduates S ), I. CLASS OF 1947 j)Sincere Congratulations, : .:
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Success In Bu.irie..Or In Life-Depend Upon, Vision, Energy and f;; 'Graduatingass/ '
: ., Business'Extends The Wish That r ;
: :,: .. Hard Work.,'Ii e As A Progressive Stuart :" '
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i Each Of. You. May,Find Success. In Life., ; : of 1947
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PAGE SIX THE MTAUT NEW, ITPABT, ManIa County, n.oJUlA..TJtra-RI.&T) MAT'' t$, tm.

Legislator Don't Let This Bill Perish In Committe

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,""r ,; Florida Statutes, 1!$t41, !eM, traeegng In such 11ft
ACTION UNLIKELY Y!would little legislative In time remaining '' DEMONSTRATION JENSEN CLUB Text of Statewide Bill For] ) Section 10 The Board and any public body, is authorized I tows one to Me stuck\ sun ,
> be lost debate STARTED
l : i iI to receive and accept from any federal "** r ****e snort acqualntM.\
I The bill proposes the board be control and to receive and least. there U to see ?
In aid of mosquito
hostess for
abolished as of July 1, with authority Mm R E. Ross Will grants or t

\ !: ON BILL TO KILL 1 the $3500000 to levy district taxes to debt wipe and out,Thursday Beach Home night to DemonstrationClub the Jensen Eliminating L--Mosquito Evil property accept contributions labor or other from things any of source value of to either be held*, used I ----

to operate drainage, facilities .which was officially organized Editor ....., Here I* the tot ., the Statewide A.U-Mos- and applied only for the purpose for whlcfc suck ,grant I IUIU sad
turned over to the commission! In her home. Officers and contributions are made. CON
GLADES B BOARD >IU BUI Intra4ace4. last week by SeMler I* ns Crarjr .f Mar-
Ir1: \ .. of the U counties affected elected were Mrs Marjorie Buf- V Section 11 Nothing herein contained shall be con YOUR OLD
Ir Funds and lands now held by fum, president; Mrs Mildred tin, St. fAcie. and Udl s Hirer countk*. We surfeit that the strued to alter, amend, modify or repeal the prOvUtoM of I MATTllEj!
'and MrBetU State AnU Me, ulte Control Association, the aoti-mo..ulte
Tllton vice-president Florida Statutes, JUI, but with
the district would 'be placed l in Chapters 388 889, and 390
II t : Measure May be Shelved at !! Tllton secretary-treasur. nits ..blln, \la Florida today, and all the Members of the thereto.
Il.. I I .the hands of the State shall be construed to be supplementary
C 1 It 1 Legislature Ryes J i until the debt Is retired with any'er, Senate and Ho... who hare rone ea record ae farerinf inch Section 12 This Act shall take effect immediatelyupon INNERSPRINGSCALL
L /,! t Recess {! leftover funds to be divided MIst tuclle Inscoe,Home Demonstration lerislatloo now get Mildly behind thus meaaMre" and. bring Itout its becoming a law. _
1 ___ .
M -- among the counties.Commissioners Agent for Martin of the Senate Appropriation. Cemmittet,where It le likely -- -- -- -- 1- 710
y I :1 By IIFNMNG III' :LOT j of Dade Brow- County gave a demonstrationon te lanrulsh unit** concerted action and pressure" are brought --- D Beasley of DeTttnUk

r: Tallanas**!. May 29 -- The I ard and Palm Beach Counties accessories Fire hundred thousand dollar found like a lot ef money_ BRIBERY PROBE Thomas Springs We Will '/
oontro"ftlyhld.1bUi to abolish have gone on record In oppositionto -At 'r'the business meeting but It .le only VSW per county _and whatever the appropriation I In addition to 9 more' House
the Everglades.Drainage District the proposal on the groundsIt demonstration. the group needed, let. ue Intelligence to get U OB the beoki this members the prosecutor Tuesday e CaB for' >four> matin"*
board of coiruiilsslmifrs\ / was kept would, endanger both the 'enjoyed refreshments of fruit session. If U .IB neeesurjr te adjust the appropriation, It would summoned Richard I. Beren- Rtproteis
T t olf the special order calendar Qt Everglades land reclamation pro{j Juice and cake served by Mrs be smarter to do that than to do nothing Now b the time SCOPE WIDENS I sen, president of the. Miami Jal CMipietelj, Usable fllUlj,
the House!! f for< Monday and opponents gram and future water control+1 Runs for all sincere advocate of moMulto) control In Florida! to alai fronton House members rebuild
hope It mllY be shelved In the district Those present''were Mr*. Ross! bring the bill out ef committee, let the people knew a ut It, called Tuesday were: Reps Robert mattress mpplylni UKtewing .
In the closliiR rush of the legislative Farm Interests contend an!Mrs Warner Tilton, Mm, Norris and find I way t. get It acr_ TALLAHASSEE Burnsed of MacClenny, Leo lent material:
eeskion. Tllton, Mr*. Warner Tllton Jr, Wotltzky of Punta Oordla, RQautler B. Innenprlnr
A .! of the House Rules'ever-all district agency Is essential Mrs. Marjorie Huff urn. MM. Ran A BILL Jr, and Richard (Miters Vwlaa and inlt-
Committee! turned thumb downon t' to guarantee that drainage 'som Tllton, Mrs. T E. Benton, TO BE ENTITLEDAN Prosecutor Issues Warrantfor of Miami J. B. Fuqua of Sisal
the measure<< In voting; on bills ditches won't be blocked at i Mrs Norman Htysllp and Mist. ACT RELATING TO MOSQUITO CONTROLIN Appearance of Palmetto H. T. Cook of Bunnell, Imulallnf 'ft4e
\Ig HO on the 1M for pilurlty consideration I county lines In times of drought. I Ii In&coeIUM1I. THE STATEBE Rowell L. c Yeomans of Crystal River, Layer of I felte \
and with a special --- N D. Walnwiight of Starke andJ Button tufts
calendar 111'1111ptl'parl'd\ dully/ i CONTINUE GAS TAXTallahassee j BILL OFFERED IT ENACTED BY THE. LEGISTATURE OF THE STATEOF llahassee (W) -. Three Morgan Ingraham o( Arcadia I :
I thruuKii' remaining 10 days of FLORIDA: t more embers of the Legislature *
1 Tallahassee May 29 (W)) ACA .eoveriegHandles
flu aessjon little hope exists to May 29 present< )) I A imasure appropriating $1800- Monda received s/bV enaj to BURROUGHS PLEDGEDBY
Section 1. The following terms whenever.used
bring Up for a vote any measures | A bill to continue the :900( annually for the next two or appear before Sta rney DELTA SIGMA PHI e for turalti
other than \local bill. which i seventh cent gas tax for the school lunch pro- referred to in thin chapter, shall have the following respective Orion d Parker, Jwho Is con- Hand rolled mte
l dont make that oalmd.ir | next two years has been approved j years gram has been Introduced In meanings, unless a different meaning cleArly appears ducting\an /nvesligatlon of Donald Anthony Burroughs:
\ With 1 legislators eager to cleanup I by the House finance i the House The lunchroom program from the context bribery ch&rgls against Rep' sophomore at Stetson University CMMjileUly rebuilt
their calendars( 'is much as and Taxation Committee Half j'. is now financed by the ((1)) "Public body" means any county, municipal Bernie C. Papy of Key West at DeLand was pledged last mattress will be
(possible. highly ronU oversialmtasurps of the amount brough In by the I Federal Oovirnment, but many orporatioi) or district, or any state board, commission or Parker Issued the subpoenas week by Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity retimed within
tin likely to (die\ with- lax goes to county schools and schools have forced to curtail other state agency for Sen. B. C. Pearce of Palatka' His parents, Mr., and
out being brought Up for a vote I halt to the State general revenue / the program, Kcently because and Reps. Troy Beacock of Marl- Mrs W. O. Penney, drove to De- 48 Hours
((2)) "Governing body" moans the council, commission Land to bring him, and
tor feui that Ux much ol the fund. I II of the lack'of funds The State anna and Jim Wilson of Lake today
I appropriation would! supplement board of nuperyiaors or trustees or other board or City other Stetson students, home for TOTAL COST
-- that rte Ived from the Federal body having: charge of the fiscal affairs of a public body. lie also sent out warrants for the two-week summer vacation. ONII

Oovt'rnment ((3)) "Board" means the State Board of Health. Reps. Oeorge Tapper of Port St $24,75Mattresses
I lIKE FACT IS I By CENERALELtcnllC Section 2. The Board may use all lawful methodsfor Joe and Marvin Rowell of Stuart ROTARIANS HEAR TRAVELER
the extermination of mosquitos and prevention of their tor whom grand jury subpoenas fhlllip H. Chadburn reUred
were issued last week from the V 8. diplomatic servIce -
breeding/ and generally do any and all things necessary
the body related of his
j before investigation recessed some unique
incident to the hereby granted and to'carry out Box Spring
\ for powers
.} and left the inquiry In experiences during his unconventional
,,'... 11.l./.,. the objects specified herein. The Board may cooperatewith the hands of Parker and State travels through Asia at
; 1 l any public body, existing or hereafter created, which Attorney Phil O'Connell of West the weekly noon meeting of Rotary Studio Dinlll
-J '. 9'j' t. 1 I t v may, In turn cooperate with the Board for the purpose of Palm Beach. yesterday at Chlsholms. He
Ne carrying into effect the provisions of this chapter. I The grand Jury previously had based his narratives bn the expressed Direct From
Mau f Section 3. Whenever it is brought to the attentionof questioned 12 other members of belief that while it maybe

PITTSBURGH PLASTIC the governing body of any public body that mcwquitoa the House including .Speaker less comfortable and conven. ManufacturerTo
\ I Are excessively numerous and detrimental to the comfortor ,
TILE i. now available in a
of translucent colors health of the residents of any given locality, said governing Vs
for variety the walls and ceilings of body shall call that fact to the attention of the
bathrooms, kitchens, recreation 130ard. The Board shall investigate and cause a survey tobe I
rooms, beauty parlors, > made of such locality to locate any natural or artificial 5,5 REAL SAVINGS
rcstaruants, etc. This tile is water holes, swamps, marshes, or other places serving as ,
1 ; ;warm to the touch is easily breeding places for mosquitoes If it is found, on the basis The ,Special AttentionTo.
CAN GO 120 MILES PE HOUR/ cleaned with damp cloth, of such survey, that mosquito control work is necessary or
cannot crack, chip, peel or lesirable, the Board shall prepare a plan in detail, of
NEW DIESEL ELECTRIC LOCOMOTIVE BUILT BV GENERAL I It tweat Its durability means drainage fills, oiling, spraying or other methods to abate Hotel

_ELECTRIC AND AL.CO IS DESIGNED TO OPERATE years of beauty for your such breeding places or prevent so far as possible further LIGHTHOUSECocktail
ONS MILLION MILES home or commercial establichment. breeding and dispersal of mosquitoes, and the estimated Tourist CouchApartment
cost of such work. The Board shall send a copy of such
''I i I d WITHOUT MAJOR OVERHAUL. LIKE rue FAMOUS 8-29 urvey and :plan to the public body requesting same ando
: I BOMBERS,IT HAS A G-E TUR80-SUPERCHAR5ER.: / Asphalt tile in easy-to- such other public body as it may elect The governing t
clean colors can be laid on I body of the public body to which such survey>; and plan.ha.vei Visit Our Stores
your bathroom and kitchen been submitted shall take the survey and plan under, con-
FLUORESCENT floors. I ''Hreration and shall notify the Board of its action in adopt. Lounge and AT

k hug. rejecting or in making suggestions, for. modification
I LIGHTS HELP Wood floors can be expertly ,*t the plan submitted Fort Pierce '

...,, PLANT GROWTH! You choose sanded the and kind finished.of finishes Section. When a plan for mosquito control has been Package Store
CONTRIBUTE I plastic, bakelite, lacquer PR-reed upon between the Board and a public body or Sleep Shop
linesor bodies. the Board shall aa soon as practicable, take all
1 M0 LUXURIANT PLANTLIKE shellac, varnish I North 2nd St
I 'I combinations thereof. All necessary':! or proper steps for the carrying out of said mosquito IX)

DEVELOPMENT LAMPS coats are buffed. control plan, provided however, that no funds from (Neat t to Horton'i)
:1 THESE ARE ONE OfTQOOO slate appropriations (except such as may be used In making OPEN EVERY DAY BUT
: DIFFERENT RUES cleaned Pickup and surveys or preparing plans for mosquito control, in no .r
KINDS MADE BY delivery 'service. Tacked case to exceed twenty oer cent of the estimated cost of the SUNDAY DURING THE SUMMER
'II GENERAL ELECTRIC FDR Carpets: cleaned on floor. mosquito control work) shall be expended until the public Dubbin Sleep Shop
I EVERY LIGHTING NEED Carpeting cut and laid. body or bodies involved in the plan shall have made available
I the.necessary funds as provided in Section 8 hereof. |1910 S. Dux
'!-: .... Sanding and polishing Section 6. (a) The governing' body of any county,
machines for rent. municipal corporation or district which elects to participate > Dancing Saturday Nights W... PU Belch

:1 WINS :3000SUGGESTION FOR Sparbrite prices will meet in the benefits of this Act is hereby authorized to appropriate Pawn 4830
competition. \ funds for mosquito control purposes and may
I I I f any levy a tax for said purpose, but said appropriation shall
t i G.e EMPLOYEES FHA FINANCING not in any one year exceed a sum equal to three mills on
1 I/E i"i the dollar of the taxable property of said 'public body
\. Said governing' body shall set up a budget for any fiscal
\. UOOQOOO SINCE DOWN PAYMENTNECESSARY reriod beginning July 1 and ending June 30 providing
,4tl I 1: W22 FOR WORKABLE funds for its share of the estimated! cost of,labor; equip-
i!? 9I IDEAS UNDER IF SO ment or material under the, areed-upon mosquito control ANNOUNCING:

'I E S SUSSesriONsystem. DESIRED. plan and these funds shall be turned over to the Board;
(fo )' one-half on or before July 1. and the remainder on or before
January 1, and placed in the Mosquito Control Fundof ..
Keith of Martin
George Cleaners Spar.brite' the Board to'the credit of !the said public body; pro. The 'Formal .
County is vided however, that the public body shall have authority Opening

'I representative to set an or additional budget for
hI up emergency mosquito
\ l GENERAL O ELECTRIC in Martin County. control work, and may-transfer to such budget any sur- OF of
plus funls in other budgets. or may levy a tax to provide .
for such emergency or additional budget (b). Any State
M board commission! or other State agency may, with the
: consent of the State Budget Cqmmisslon,allocate a portion
: ; j of its appropriation to mosquito! control, under the provisions RED TOP KITCHEN

iI of this Chapter. > .
JEEPS Section 6. The cost of labor, equipment and mater-
ials used in mosquito control work, as provided fo;: herein
I shall be borne on the basis of fifty per cent by the Board i s
and fifty per cent bv the public body or bodies Involved; SATURDAY; MAY 31st

t 2- 1942 MODEL FORD JEEPS provided however, that' the Board may contribute a greater ,
t l. share) If in its judgment the public welfare and necessity -
too require, and provided further, that the total LOCATED ON NORTH FEDERAL HIGHWAY, STUARTIf
'. amount which may be drawn by the Board In behalf of .V
1 193O MODEL-A COUPEI any public body shall not exceed one-tenth of the total ap-
propriation of State funds*:to the Board, unless, in the )
: PICK-UP BODY .... opinion of the Board and the State Budget Commission, you want a tasty saodwlck .refreshing drhtk ..4.
I I the public welfare and necessity! so require. tempting dessert come to our formal opening.Eat .

1 1941 FORD V8 PICK-UP Section 7, The legislature shall appropriate such
{ i : funds as in its judgment may be required or should be used at our counter beneath tb. tropic! ......11... or
t 1 + by the Board for the State's share in'mosquito control you can'take it with
work provided herein, and there ti hereby appropriatedfor you.
; !!} 1-1941 CHEVROLET Pick-Up this purpose the sum of $$500,000 for the biennium
"t beginning' July 1. 1947. '
Section 8. Upon> the presentation to the comptroller PREE ON OPENING DATEWe

.l cr any account duly.approved bv the Board.accompanied
I ; i A and D SALESSLOAN'S : by such Itemized vouchers as shall be required by him "
: the comptroller l Is authorized to audit the same and'draw Are Open Week -
1 a warrant on the State treasurer for the amount for which Day From 10 a.. m.'Ti118 p., m I- Closed

;' I the account Is audited, payable out of any moneys appro- r' A Y
J SERVICE STATIONFORT priated for luch purposes in the usual manner. Sundays
: :; : Section 9. Any person or persons who shall seek to
Under the Board or its agents, ., duly authorised agents
I. of a public body cooperating ,in mosquito extermination
I PIERCE, FLORIDA work. in the discharge of their duties as prescribed by this MR. AND MRS. L. C. 'CLEMENTSr"

M chapter, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall upon
1 1 conviction! be punished aa provided In Section 77507, -

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,fmtT NI!"" STUART. Martin County VLOKIOA, .'fJIWSUT,1MA.. .... 1M7. -- PAGE 8ITIM'


) 1iI I IilllUiftuJUlIl. iiiuiwiiumiuuuiuiimiiiuiuuiiuiUt IIIIIIIUIIIIIIUIUUIIUIIIIUUI'IUIIIIIIIII kclst. of wiles W. I.
t of Ito
FOR SALEUlllllllllllllimilllUUIIHNHJIIIUHHIla FOR RENTlilIlslUIlillililUllilIlIttlSfilllliliIlIJl I WANTED'ileslSlulIulUUlIUlIIIhliliflhlihIl''SIhIjU BAPTISTS TO ATTEND ......... tu.m..d: las, c. hn. filed ,J. ),
DELAND ASSEMBLY Indianapolis 500-Miler Puts... P.0510. for Ftnol DIoeho,... .... ,, .
\ l ..... w. will) opplp U the Hojocobb I ,
FOR SALE: Half Interest In Well FOB furnished. Mom. WANTED' ; Fleturei\ of Garden Arlhop L Clonto; U,i.l. Judro of M.r. ,'I I

DrlUlnf Rig Pay good, but I ,, Hot UIfTI,1 water. All conveniences. Club Floral Float In recent Th Rev Phil Maxwell, pastor Tires Through Grueling Pace tin fop Co opworal. riorldi.wl tho .Homo. Junr ond IHth for P1,4 It47. f ,-, t
flSSIFIO Ifl [ am breed t* MU em amount. Close In. location. Phone Farad Please I call 74W. ItWANTEsX of the Baptist Church here Dlochonro ol CO4dmlIMrntoro of thC [I I
... ..
good .
poo health See Got A. GHHoakack &-.. tt 1 and five young people ,. his Eilolo*"* of WIIIlM W, Uoeooonl. i'f (.

el Ordwa Body, Fender 10 BUY GROUP OF church will leave next: Thursday "blARUurRITg: t. PITTHFORDJAMKS I" I
Hew speed records are antlcl-i at the Speedway j W. MEOIifTTAn \
for the DeLand
Shoo Old Mxto.May LOTS Of 1 OK MORE OR morning
en FOR RENT: t $ssain -..ssa the Co-Adoilnlotrobon, of tk> fc.>uu ofWllllum I !
paled at the Indianapolis 500- "Proven practical pn race ; 't' ,
21, June 5, 12 11. Partly furnished on Pain* Clay ACREAGE ON' WATER FRONT Assembly on the Stetson University W. ucee.tt. DroouodHILNAEL t'
mil race on Memorial Day track this protection against Internal la le PER WORD OBDW- Road. Hubbaird Pkuo IX JENSEN: WITH RIPARIAN Campus The session will extend A. .AUomop for MU Co-A;. <)mlnU 'IIINlMVJI, ISo FOR It RUMMAGE SALE! FRIDAY. AND May 21. Juno 5. RIGRT9. GIVE PRICE AND through June 13: for young cording to Chas. H. Rue, heat built-up for many 1'.... Mv It. It, Jtino I. II It47LECAL 4! j (

WOKD CAPS SATURDAY! MAT SO ,AND SI FULL PARTICULARS. PHONE people 13 to M year old. Firestone. store manager ae-I year has been used la Firestone ; 1//
1 1IN
Fill l ft..l
g. Se truck and buse. ADVERTISEMENT :
out that the tires for
POST OFFICE ARCADE, STUART pointed cars cars .
INIMU I 004 FOB n FOB RENT: Ranch miles soil J237. WM.! SAD1LEK, 244CHVRCH1LL Mr. Maxwell. who will be en .
1 SPONSORED BYCHl'RCH Okoecheboe on state highway. RD WEST' PALM the faculty at the assembly, said *d In Ute rue this year are "The Sattl-Locli cord bodjr, also THE COURT OF THE COUNTY .$!/t ;I'. ';
1)9. .. 1 fastest designed for closed developed tested and "J / i
OF GOD, COLDEN 77. urn fenced and oroeotencod. BEACH, FLA. more than 800 are registered for ever a was JUDGE MARTIN COUNTVt ION FLORIDA FOB l''
track. < at Indianapolis In this NOTICE OF
11jiiiiiiiilillIllllIlNllIlIllItUlllII GATE NEW AND USED Cattle Pen, dipping May 1. .. 15 22. this event The young people proved FINAL. DISCHARGE, OF EXECUTRIX ,
Again this year, he said, construction cotton fiber are I .
Charles IN RE: KHTATK:
I I11II11I1I1I11..lIlllInPlHfIIIlIlIlH vat two biases, barn, aboutMO IMUIHIIIIIIIIUIIHIIUIIIIIIIMIllimilllllMALE to accompany him are I
RTMENTS FOR RENT RUMMAGE, PRICES. It motorist In the country will benefit more tightly interwoven to assure I G E rlHHOlDKH. olio\ known* II: ,thI'
acres In carpet, grass WriteM" HELP WANTED Boggeu, Lloyd Campbell Berman H Curd hrorvrr.',, t K. n.h-I I Irordor '
UIIIIIlIlIlIlUllllnllllllnUlIIlHllnlllhlSERVICES 1Go/ Parsley, Boa 10 $11111 fllllstiiSNl"iiiSMMlSlWflhII' Belts Jr, Robert Longbot- from the race through me cooler running and to pro- .nd Curt E. Srhrordrr ., '

Kenova, W. Vs. MALE HELP "ANTEDReliable: torn and Mary Melle Burp ehanleal' and Ur developmentsthat vide greater strength This process I' NOTICE h norabr ",l... thot I k.roM j.In. j.\' !I, I Ib. 1
will be the reduce fiber and ". ,
OFFERED11I11111111I11111111I11I11I1111I1111I11111111111 proof-tested slippage .
on or. Plnol .Krlurno no r><- utiH> of .
) May IS, 22, 2*. man with ear wanted t* call Mr. Maxwell will return here forth two and one-half mile brick and frictional heat which can cause 5.0.1. 0 C. 10. Ohod,,. ol.: ti.,.. I! '
June 8 service at his church .. cli's s.hc..d. V. 0. 5.bo.d.e o.d ,
farmers .in. Martin Couaty.
.1 BRASSIERS, Girdles, Health FOB RENT Floor landing machine ,en and back to DeLand the next asphalt track, Rue declared: premature tire eterioratlon.5The c.:urt K li-hrordor. dmpoordlK7 i IsO a h.". .I'I r'\ 1, .
Garments, Individually de.. Wonderful opportunity $15 to go ",.t Indianapolis rirestone'9tire 1947 race. acordlng to Mr. 111.4. or ..I...... lor dl..ciholI.s' .n" 4; t r
and edger. RefInIsh In No experience or day I,., fI.l dlst.ee, med Obol ? II
$20 a day
eIY:1 signed by Splrella Free diag your floor\ at reaoenakl rate engineer estimate they obtain Rue, will center tire engineer loot, I will Wl-Ir kl tbo:Hoi.; :
nods Mr. capital reoulred. perman.nt.1 ., actual test results os 125,000 attention on a. new tread design .0. eth.m 0. flslo. C04le '
T C. Kaowles .'
Phone 10$ Hardware
Stuart .0
OSBORNE TO e. u.po.s
LAKE 5et. C.xs'm.
::, Phone Stuart 1-W. U Co. tf Write W..,. McNeos Compan,1epL Ur mile at speeds over 100 mph.i and tire contour that may be expected ...d ci.., .u.m.:o1'- nu ld.c Cr \ It0 I
A, Freeport!, III ,I OPEN FOR SCOUTS More than 60,000 tire mile are to further increase the I51.00boCo. .04 I... 1'1..1 "'..h.....' t\$$7 I I

LET US give you a free demonstration and May 12, 29. SUNDAY JUNE 1 :: .uoeotst. Dl tho Will- ,'f C,.:.K;.Mkror, ;II k 'j l
.,- FOR RENTS ApU. room run at speeds above 120 mph. safety and tread wear of Firestone .. .10. k.xu. t'si .$'h 41 K.
..' of the new Runuey: Just keen redecorated. Simmer uuiuiiiiimiiuiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinLOST / ''Many notable developments tire during the next year ................. od Cut L .tod.r ... ,J t ,

Electric Mower Cut high grass ,, rates. Shadowlawn., 309 *V FOUNDIhllllIlllIIulullJIlSillIlNlllIIlIlOlhlIiIlI Lake O.borne Boy Scout Camp In automobile oil and tire engineering Tires will use both synthetic "'.,4; ..... 151 1,1 I '

ATLANTIC COURT and tough weed Bess Hardware Albany Ave.iimiiiiiHininitimnniimnmiHimin. will open next Sunday. June 1,, tract their origin to : and natural rubber because synthetic sELgISA. .. 5104CR.......tn.. I, I

APARTMENTSSTDART : Co. Phone 38 tf: _____ LOST Solid, Cold Pen with for t week of hiking, field meeU. the Indianapolis Motor. Speedway 1 rubber has proved Itself\, 1CHAEL 0. I.ITTrlANAttornor ,I..A. 4', \

; FLORIDAOW Cameo- head, In Stuart between swimming, boating canoeing: Flrtston race tire construction to be better than natural some : for rxorulrl::

SUMMER RATES REGISTER for employment WANTED May 2nd and L Notify .Stuart campfire programs story telling.. wa adopted during parts of a tire. Pub Mir II It Jon* '. U. ',54!'........ "' ,1 ,

,pinch F T l Uslied House. through Stuart Services at our IIIIIIIIIMHIIIIIMIIIIIIMIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII New, Reward It nature study. adventure trails, the war In Army and Navy specifications Firestone tire have a record -- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT I ,

keeping Apartment offices In the Krueger Bldg. Indian ceremonies and svery.thing for all aircraft 10f at Indianapolis \ : '
tires 23 consecutive victories
W. T. MGETTeKpboaw Ph.ne 41-W for Snappy Services WANTED' !: Car to repair..Espert :Two-handled burlap to appeal to the American IN' THE CIRCUIT, COURT OP THE i I
because 1waa lighter and because of their high- NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND t
Mechanical Service. Stuart Reward to finder -
tl5 of all kind. .*. tf shopping big boy FOR MARTIN LOUNIY STATE OFFIORIDA. r..4
: Service Station. Opposite.Stuart Menninger 109 Riverside stronger than any other type ot speed cool-running qualities IN CHANCERY .II I
PAYROLL: BOOK:.NaUonaTiy- New Phone (144. U Drive Phone 1S2.R or 200. W. R Leach, chairman ot construction. |Only Firestone tires can survive ORDLR. OF NOTICE TO APPEAR 'll,
tern for keeping and camping and activities fur thl ""Today Firestone tires have such ) driving' Rue reported r. H. WII.IIA"N cud ANN I I 'I
wage highspeed ,.
1I1I11I11111I1..nIIllHfIl""lnll --- -- May 29. WIILIAMrl kil 01! I tl. \
hour, withholding; tax and aoeUl WANTED Golf Martin County district stated flatter contour because the 500- riorntlff I \

FOR SALEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIUIIWUUIIIII security report, when you furniture: for club -----I A* t member the House Administration that facilities at the camp have I mile race last year proved such | "Again this year, driver are RUTH t. tmHTM Os ol .1. II ) .\

have II or more emplo,_ wet Martin ) Committee Representative been greatly Improved' and a tire design would give longer f[choosing Firestone tire as the I.frno.nU, I I ;

SALE: FITS ADJOINING' See as today Ask for these at Country Club. George Bmalhen of Invited parents to Inspect the mileage. better skidprotectionand I safest and longest wearing as THE Ruth STATE J. l Itorw or .FLORIDATOi \If unmnrrMvorrod I t ,I Ioil.

tier LOTS lit BESSEl the Stuart News off lee. tf 1 ___ J Florida Fourth District will camp any Sunday or Wednesday Improved steering and road the available for the most gruel .. e.wid... Md If worried. '.

UIT10N STREET: HAS ROUGH GIRT SERVICE: lAUNDRY ,' WANTED, : Beautiful girl to become aft editor us this committee afternoon.excellent staff will Instruct 1: stability ling automobile r.c.ln the world" .R...Ilk..'fad......'n..'.. I. unknown. whono. kor Idt '

AMAH RIGHTS TO RIVEt alive en the stage of the supervises' the Congrea- An For almost a quarter of a I h Muni, Vrimn. W.it .fhr.U
SERVICE:-Your laundry II the boys In all phase of out. N.. York ill unknown _-
LT $2001." PRICED: FOR carefully washed all FlatWork Treatre Tenths Thursday bllr.1 lecord the dally doings of eonslonal door life Executives A. P: Patterson century, Firestone! tire engineersat |I AUDUBON TOURS ComiC of Mid .bo, .._ 4'C"O...... who. '
UK SALE. HARRIS LOW.. Indianapolis have developed .. .arri"
tt Good salary paid. eon : .,
sheet ete which officially
pillow-slips, Record, W. E. Nexaon and Boon I .,4 .11 UNkNOWN HeIRS LMA't.
and proved the tire
CALL prefected
V, JR. BOX 154 OR Dr. Neff In person. I .'
Ironed and ni5ANT0I'.iI.
wearing apparel coo. IIICVIOCOTI."
tf gresn. Owen will be assisted by a groupof construction features that enable First of a summer series ofAudubon "IIUII1''h
dried for home Ironing. We I i iI ''R. I.NUIIN.: CIIMII11tHH.
------ William
men Including Wildlife tours In Florida l.'I.A1505T5. I'
young automobiles of today to drive 110 0T01'.R : 11"
can give you two day serummd Stuart. and In addition I I.e\,. : cod., .n Oe.o.O ; .
Leach. Thousand Islands will
8-ft. Auxiliary Cabin with at the > Ten '
safety racing speeds
I I7k of eM oh's. n.d. d.4codus. etc n.e 1
will LtTEH
and deliver. ;
H p,3 h,p* Mil balling _.- pick up the troops will be under the dIrect of yesterday | start at 8:30 a m. Saturday from t.u.Iimn.tksoeubiM4"dm, If

;, fully MiulppeeVSU*. M-ft your mical laundry service. for Use this family eeeno. supervision of their Scoutmaster Gum-Dipping, probably the the Tuttle hotel, USE. Fourth .1 ;:w. Id.: .", a BOM Co. n 55..44 ..... W- Jf

bin., Self bailing cockpit 15 f you l4iIHAPMf4 *. greatest contributing factor to St.. Miami. ,h_ udd._. .Is I.HI-.
t I eyL Palmer "LittleLut I WEIGHED WHEN DRY. PEOPLES tire safety, first was developed The two-day tours will begin at Cone.o..oro. a 1..1.....:. ..rnoell.. ,

", double Ignition $501. LAUNDRY Phone 287P NEWS Miami each Wednesday andSaturday .54.... I. .u .....In"' A... *. $ff' ". I i
through July 31. They nob. I J I ''I
|urt bibon; Phone 178.' It :.tooTi.
P! tt friend. Miss Anna Oreenlee _.. rEmove OR PART. II
I will l Include overnight stop I I.
an k
I lois wbrtowr rbilnilnie) undvr moe wf '
[ BALE Whit enamel icerigeratorn. DO YOU have trouble with your By, MR. O. D. QUIGLEYillIllIllllllIlIiilIihlliliIlIillllllllilllllll Mr and Mrs Orman Eggleston at the Rod and Gun club In the ,bow :nomrd nd drr rlhrd drf.io>.'.. 'j \
spent four days last week or othorwioo. rlolmlH I inr rhfhu' lltk orIntnoot II
Can be wen any i., hen not laying Then use In :Key West, Miami Fort Myer town ot Everglades and a trip In nnd to tho pruportr ta.rol.oil

1 lime except Sunday atInrbe Hess Fan-a-min. Stuart Feed The Salerno School and several and Sani-Bell bland sightseeing I to Duck Rock, a rookery and In Iki.doocrlbrdl tull ,>nd krrrlnnftor mom pM-tlo-. .: I I

Apt May 22, 21.I[ Store. U; parent enjoyed a picnic I roost for water bird ul.rlr Yu..d.IsofP5.bOh.bm.' Ajl
.., IJ frankfurter roast and A maximum I of seven person rSilrrd. to ppru .brforr th. Clrrult Courtof ,
[ L T ERA )- lunch, Mrs W. H. Earle and daughter. .. ,. Counlr Florldr.' ot tho Courtkou.
| SALE: Gray Phantom Mar- Every I will be taken on each tour to be
swimming on Hobo Sound Beach ... I. .,.... ..."1. c...... riorMr. -
r eitrlne model 4-75. In *top \ TIONS BUTTON HOLES, S2S afternoon. in-law Mrs Wallace Earle arrived made by station ..agon.ADVEII.TIUMUfT. .. tho Ilk See of Juno. A, D. Itl7to .
dillon. Still In boat fer trial South Dixie Highway. Next Mo.. Wed.. FrL Friday home Thursday after attending o bill of ComplolM brought. ...In.' I Ic's.
; The Ladle Missionary Society nod r.rh of ,o.. br F. H. Williomod
Irhrmance. Phone 161-J to Ordw., Paint Shop. It the graduation of Mr*. > An* ..lllla... hi. olin. for tho pur
D 9145 A. enjoyed covered dish luncheon Earle daughter Edith from : LEGAL C- 01 s.4I.. uu. to .h. 1..1.....'..

TRUSSES, elastic stockings, May-21 at the home of lirA Maryvllle College. Edith and her ..- .... ,...,,.... sii.lid in secasC

SALE:' Outboard motor knee pad, anklets, etc. Stuart WIRA George OsborA. After lunch friend Don Crane accompaniedthem NOTICE sle_.. Fr5.i IS II nd eli U
I>ru( Corp. tf MrS. Osborn,. president, openedthe home. OF 4PICIAL BONO ILICTIOMINUI4MTOWN hip : lox,,. It SIms. .
King) IS-h.p. Perfect I DHA1NACC oISUICT.MAaTiN ...,.. Iho .llr. ...ll.ul of sod BIN ofLoMplMlnt
fndiloa, HIM M. See Clarence: SPENCER SUPPORTS for wo meeting with scripture r admg" Mr Charlie Hartman left Monday COUNTY. FLOOID. ( will' ... ....* .. _,...... h.p.o.nd.cb.O .
J. J. Mc- JULY I. iso "
and by Mr* ------ditlsflndo.
It.***, Salem ,. I. men Men' bells Luella. Downey prayer for Long Island for the NOTICE IS HKHKHY OIVKN .... .boll bo iwbUdird lo Iho saxon N.oo .
| H, June I JIM Orange Ave. Fort .0. Cullum. Plans were made .for summer .....1 tend ,l.nsolI te bM I hInuiontowo w.p.p.r p,,bu. >h l I. ., MorHoiCountr I
each one to bring sewing on .ioo.ino.o Wntrirt on Tuoo- .'Iuri.... .... omrr such tar
Pierce Phone 197-M for appointment Mr*. Hiram Morris and child d.., tho flrot dor of Julp, 1147 .0.com HI .......It.. _ke. .
month to esl.
of each .
: SALE Nelson meeting out Ihorr will bo lubmitto1 tf t* .
: Trailer Dully .
tfMURPHY Dell Joan and J. D, of Stuart ... Bono nod ncdsoed St '
ren, .iN.
,, I .dder. sO.IfI.4
be .
KIM Stuart Auto Camp. make ready for a bazaar to called on Mr*. Morris mother "'-'101;". In Mid DI.t... 1k. foHowlnipr '. k t <.., of ..". A. U. '"'
'lount U* & DONALDSON A had In the fall After a abort ..po.llionSholl, \ ((8iAW ,. R. POMFROYOri .

FLOOR SANDING AND FIN b' business meeting the meeting adjourned Mrs. Ella Prescott Saturday .......1.Indinntowii Countr. .rlorhlo Drolnoin. 100.Dtotrtetof .. on of. lb. Clrroll Court: .
and Mr.
SALE: Good Quality Heavy ISHING. PHONE 32-R P. O with Mr. 8. D. Bever, and sons, Jess George .bohoir of ...d Dlotrlet ..._ "'. HARRY P. BYrRT .
4so40 Mrs. J. J. and Mr. John D Stevenson and ..bio. front tow., toj bo .Ifvwd. upun T. OVGHTtKHOrlAMornoro I 4
reeds, 2M for $11.00. Worth BOX 604. tf Mrs Martha Whittle. the loud. In ..Id UUIrlnt In tho of. |w ehlnllffnMor .
lie Chicks, 111 W. North,,! laser-sled S McCullum Mrs. W. L. Merritt, Mr. and MM o D. Quigley ....:... MOUM of lit.omit. br.r. ..."0...1''. II ill. lOll.LEGALADVE.5TISUSENT.:..
Ira. WEt WASH LAUNDRY SERVICE 0. Fred daughter, Kathleen, and Emory I I". "' ..... ., Ih. .... .1 4 ...nl.p.r --
Baltimore 1, Md. 505, t Mr*. O D Quigley, Mrs. '.".", t. he 4..... A..... I. I
!"June 28. Ine.' :-Your laundry carefully: "most 7'sd'i Federoen Mrs E. A. Baldwin DeLoach spent Sunday at the aauI .,a so .....,. .....11. .. I I
-- Washed' clean and returned to home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E De- A...., ht ,. Ih. ,.... I.... ., I M. COUNTY JUDGE COURT IN AND
:: Mr*. J. P. WUbar Mrs. Tllli Is::. .10ob 10,1...... for Iho ....- FOR MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA. ,I i iii
[ SALE: 1H and 4 h.p. La*, you damp for home drying : op Hult Mrs. Ernest King, Mrs. Loach In Stuart. .0 e.7I.a II,. .ot of too ODOIuUllt PROBATE; ii l

o air-cooled enrlnea. Aim ., and, Ironia,. We will plck-np I George Onborn Jr.. of Stuart Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Griffin and >n of Iho'* tv prueootd bv wmitmclod work MdImprorvmcnt .In r'garvnyTncruLLERI: )I i

'nilion pumps. Ulmer Her and deliver, and give you twe and Mr, Osborn present children. Alberta and Eugene> of ....d District T WILLOUUHUY I
r *. \jf day service on this economical West Hobo Sound called on Mr. and sold .1...... I. be ""Id.. 5,1, I. 1ft!. n...*...
Jesse Quigley was In us tho olflo .1 K. 1. Uo.ka I. ....dt'l.,10t NOTICE OP FILING PETITION FOR
wet wash. Rate 6e per Ib Beach on busi Mrs O D Quigley Friday 'sort 0"llI"e e1.' .. .holl 1. FINAL DISCHARGE OF EXECUTOR I
SALE' Inneraprinc Mat. Weighed when dry. Minimum Palm Saturday I Mrs Decree Osborn. nrestdentof ..oeo.d .1 Ol. h... 01 sOC ....lo.h 5.z. Motlro 1. h.'.*r nio l thot I h.fllod ... :
BELL BREAD ness. ... .h.1I .....,. .. ..'II ,..d... of mi. flnol ml., .. .. tiorotor, of
(" B.X Springs, IM.O*. .2I bundle 10 pound WET WASH Mrs. Sylvia Tucker and Mr. i the Rome Demonstration 1 ..,d ....,. .... 5,111 .11 _..... ...Iflrd. Iho ...... of Edrlhr r',ill.. Wlllourhhr..

|ulll Dixie Highway,, next isdwny Se per lb. PEOPLES LAUNDRY &4 V. Chet Roman were quietly mar- I Club opend the meeting with 1 /I.t...,... h... ....... ebI.be.e, -... ,d..od..e Use,,It I ond hove fur flint'flnol:inr dLrburm potltloiiIbutl l I S

s Paint shop. It* Phone 187. tfCONTACT LORRAINE BAKERS house May all repeating\ *the Lord's Prayer -... who haa .. Imnvrdlolontou'ln .odtb.t.o Iho tint dir of Juno. IP47.iplr .
rled at the groom Monday afternoon at the homeof bo..III.1 .......hlp I...',.. ....1 .. t thr H<' i70h l lo Arthur':' RClont. 1
SALE: Table top Florence illllUllllllllinillluilllllllllllUUllllllllNOTICES 21 in the presence of a few ...."..blo. ,I. Ih. tI.Oo 0. h. .I..plo .:Countr Jud. : .I, Countr.,
Mrs E. A. Baldwin It was decided find" cud who ,IrT u sn&lf10d. Florido for npprovol of .Id flnol o. '
"". Uk new Call 04-W.U friends and relatives The R.y.W. by the club that it would ..... ...141.. .I. ..l4 10.00..... acenO,50'eo.tc ...... .... for on ..... of dl.tribiHIon' ,
B Aldrtdge, Methodist minister ... .".... .ind for fin.I dl.rhurn .. Furrulor ..
SALE Boat If 1." with IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIII''IIIII.llnllltmLEAVING 1 In Stuart, officiated. ThebrIde continue to meet once a month .. .. R..oijlk.n. of the ..... Will of Ldrlho .llor Wlllouihbr. ,
for Wlldwood, New Lucille Inscoe could B.d of a.p,10..x' ot 1NUIANTOWNDaAINACK
tap-Stratum' even If Miss '
Motor SM ,0.o.d.NUcH WILLllt'HBT. IR.
dress 1. :
wore a Jersey DISTHU.T 'do l''l loo 51.4" ,
Jersey about June 5th. Would meet with Miss Inscoe ....,.... I Iallct.
Po J..* Berry, 315 West Sri with white accessories. Th not us. do* ., a.", 1947 A. ,,
.. like .. have man driver tot led In a discussion on survey In JULIAN D HOWARD EVANS. rRARYFloriuo. .
house wa decorated with gladioli R. L. HOOKHL. .. Attornw for
-.L-.. free transportation. F. G health Mrs. 8. D. Bever and C CAMrKflN .....'.
SALE; General Household Sprengel, Box 1094, Stuart, Fla and boug invUlea. Mrs Tucker Mrs. Jack Saunderson demonstrated B.... of $.............. INUIANTOWN .t. II., 15. II. II .p4 Jsoei'lSCt. 4

"ullure. I. B. Stewart, lOver.Pnrk. .. May 22, 29. EUTl D REPAIR U a native of Canada having how to make felt handbags Hondo.l'kAINAGE, osraicl'. ....Ii. Cuctr; LECAL ADVERTISEMENT ,

l< North of Stuart. n come here some few month ago After the meeting cake M., in I... '. II. ... It. nut?. "
Mrs. Roy Lane representative MODERNIZE After a short trip the couple NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF BUDCEYANB
fruit served to MEETING FOB PURPOSE OP
and J juice Will LEGAl. AOViaTISEMENT
SALE:: House and t ioU In for Buckley Bra will make their home In Salerno.! HEARING OBJECTIONS AND COM.

11"1001.. E. I. Arnold,' materials.' Apt. C. Rlvervlew uildeis' Supplies Joe Quigley returned 'to St Mr Mrs.*. Bever O D., Mrs.Quigley J. J. Mrs.McCullum P. J, NOTICE .OP FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME REGISTER :;Atvts.w0'qu. IT MAY coNceRN' ,

be Sound, Ha. ''r\pta. *1' Augustine to take his old job NOTICR 1H HkkfclJY. blVKM. thot tho Pnrouonl to Ch.ptor 5500., Low. ol
'- _11I back In the railroad shop there. Scotten Mr. Osborn, Mrs. W. L. ., ...I...... unorr, lie ,...... ... oftkniiior '1o.ld.. Aril of 11(41 rrl.llni .. r-.or.Udoo .
ALE: Brand-new VYhixser KNOWLEDGE about cancer may Leog rtitrxUd end not Moil, tore. Slorl right with a trip Ii Merritt, Mrs. Fred Petersen Mrs. 'o.san. toes of 0..'.... D''.",,,. Iho Boord ofCommlo.ionrr.
Johnson : ridc"i.- .
: A.
and Mr C. .
Mr. of CwroUuro ll,00.n.
of tVl. will rnloMt with of I
"" Bike 115*.M. Telephen. i save your SOd Send name and able, iKeie tuppiiol, fbW ldin j. Cue tier firit for ell Iht wpplietmodelming who own the E. I. Arnold house! Saunderson and the hostess, tko Circuit Court lo ..4 for MortlnCountr 010.,;.. ho. romphttcrl budrrt .h_.. I '

*r write. Karl Krueger Jr, address en a poeteard to American and rtpeir ore you need (fun home or hoes.I here left Tuesday for their homeIn Mr. Baldwin of pubHratk. Florklo* of. upon thi coil.....1..... tho-of proof flail tbo.,;..debt".,''nr onilro.he rmuiromonu,..,r .-..,..,of,0elb0 tbo Ilk- i I ,

1141. May .1, R, 15,,M. Cancer Society, 22 Ann Lake Geneve.' WiSe after tlnai iifloio to-wlti I.. d>r of ...t No>rmb>r .nd ondliui' .. i
COCONUT COURT, ".J.r whkh wno ihoM.e.fth..cmdiveO.i.....
IALE: $90C,. richly' carved Etreet, New York. 1, N. Y, and GofvonbtrfSCREEN speeding the winter here. BEN A REDDING ......d in h..I.... ot Hobo Bound .oo thr ..no hu birri pkirrd on 111. hi Il: I ,
slug receive Free booklet! It Mr. and Mrs. C. H, Ellis and ''.'''do; thol tko. portloo ..._.... MiId Iho: offloo of tho Bmrrtorr of tbo Dlo.trlcl .
set.-tahls, alx chair* .. buolnr.. ire .. follow,t .1 room 107 Comonl Bulldlni I WrolP 5 I
wkosrd. WIRE children of Avon Park and Mr. HUGH AND ANN CALLEN. lm Boorb Fwrld' whrro' tko >.*>. I
server, cabinet, orl"ly NOTICE: PERSON WHO : : '
Hobo Bound, riorldr b. ....;. ,. ..1 Iblo U notlfv Ic.
custom, mad $3001. MOTION PICTURE CAMERA and Mrs. Lloyd Temllnson and M., II Juno C. 11. It .. thus. .... U..... sIll ....4 nt .nidi 5p10cc
Phone number In letter AND FILM PARADE TUESDAY baby of Okeechobe were the (Continual From Toff Ont) m Ih. 11th doe pI J.... A 0. q i '
dlman :1' of Mrs. Ella: Prescott the June I meeting to relate LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 1047 .1 10 m EOBtom Stondorn nun :
Hohe Sound. tt CHRISTOPHER Sunday guests Of tiu .. dor b.lnp not looo Ih.n '
IS and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. De- what progress ha been made hi TALLAHASSEE.. FLORIDA "'illu.u ...,. from tho 4." of tho fmtpublloollo. t
NEWSPAPERS ELEO.f ..... 1V hmof) for purpoop ofboorine I ,
Ie pound Loach developing additional recreational U : :: :.
KNOWN. CAMERA IS REGISTERED NOTICE objrotioriB nod P "'4tkmpoct P
WoartNewa, tf Mr. and Mrs. George Brownie facilities In this city and how NOTICE I h brr.br rl'.n thnl tl.h.S. to old. bndrrt ,. ,
IF NOT RETURNED and strong arc the chance for Improvement .... R..,.. of CduontkHl ., ... .... BOARD OF COMMm8K>NFRRATTEST tiP' I, ,
NEWSPAPERS FOB BALI WITH IN 14 HOURS LEGAL and ehlldNn. Penny ., Florid. will .".. for ..!. .nd willrorrlYO "VIRGLAna: KAINA'II DIHTRU.T, ,
a TAKEN TO *lte y ef Hit 14 *mlScr Freddie, of Hobo Sound and Mr. of the fast 5th St. mnpotltUo bldo I. T.ll.h.i".. 5>1 W. J)". UILHABFCK.Ckolrauw. I
pound at Stuart New*, tfOPEDta ACTION WILL BE : 't
and Mri Frank Simmons of diamond and adjoining land to Florldn, >l II At o dork" A M' Jolt 'lit,
n norilaTorl;; ; tboEait TkII ... 4
r. CHARLES A. CHRISTOPHER: Canal Point called on Mr. and .. follow I an K M ;" -
'II..nn : Considerable'discussion of the All Sxtlono 11 TowmhHr. I* e.c.-on 0
Southland fnlty odor BOX 114S STCART. It Mr. O D. Quigley Sunday.The Romb ...... t. Eoot .....1.1.. Se, It jl.. .. 1
rrth year Ttmnd house Southern Methodist League financial situation of the Eall- ... II .._.

** Insecticide (or healthier NOTICES See' Lane1 for lawn ..a i W1,4w met last Sunday night with fIshers was taken up with Manager THIS wltktSMtlono NOTICE kt imbH.bod 17011. lit kt.0*onpllonM u -. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT '

happier living Kill aaad ewers, air ,cooled' engine, the .Baptist Young People hi John N Mann, but no official 178 !s. Fhjrtl. Itotutor. 1MI ; THE COUNTY JUDGa'S COOJ5T Of' ,0 .

?. "o.q "" roaches sods! water pempo, electric motor*, \ DOOR SET SCREEN their church. nicely: arranged action Va* taken by the .""Tho..luoooooful, -.. .klddor.. 10 to pop tkr M"" TIN NOTICE COUNTY TO CREDITOR, LORIDA. : ,I IUt

'* other anoylng insect marine clutches, stationaryand 113 HANGERS program was enjoyed by. all. Jaycees who sponsor the current "irlio; uf. If nod whon .... .h.n U REGABO Too JlT..TII. COr
: eo-teader of the East: Coast ..h_ u tko Boord _.....1 orao hv
Ruts and stainless.t marlM engines and re Mr*. John IX Stevenson spent t I Io.o.d
sure i ..If nil .......... wboipkoM. mtaonUnrl WILLIAM A., LU.ln.Yoo .
pleating. odor. Pint ITe; pair Box 10* o* La1 Mach Monday In Stuart :with her Glade League: ptrtotp. .h_ or tkoroun...-. : .
Tko Slot Boord of Sdoc.tlo. macmu nod ,s.h of mn ... hosby. 5.15.
t7e i Gallon SI.tti For Shep. U tko ...hI ta .._ .nr ..C nil ....... n... .... _.1.... .. ._.t .., .101_ I
"- b Jensen Hardware Jen. L BY ORDER of Ibo. Stolo, Bo.r4 of .... __a h"k e.s ow ....... ofoo
leach. Pta. Stuart'feeC) miiiiimimmnimimnwHHiuiimiiiFOR WANTED 5dsszSI.sof. tko Bloto of n....... ... hno ........ ...... ..... .0 I ,
Ji IM PUgler, A.... Stuart RENT I )i "..... .... Wri.fkt p !/, llMMI kM (! AnEII"1, of ..I.. Coonlrt: to Ito eo.... J.'.. of
uiiiiiiiiiiuiiiimiiinujuiiiuiiiitwiiiiFOB 4. ? ....... Coontr. fllori .. ol hlo offloo u
largo S bedroom 1 = ':: WAITRESS Colin RniHob, BorrotorrStoto I Ibo _......... In ...... '1ori ,*j Jon i and 12. : roomy "= : A Boord of Educotiom upstair apt EIeetrtsa1Seqpt. ..., ..,.'. ,1- i' E' Mop II J... .. It. It. It.LECAL ol tko. flm. oubtkntkM. ., this P.IM.O.Bocb '
SALE _. .., dns.d ...t bo h woM.Ine .
i .
'7BOARD ._ Pn4 rnwil otoM Ito. pm t of roolwjoju. _
MOTOR. $25.M strictly modern furnished Pool Oftl*. pddrooo of tko oblkwMirt. w 4> I
CD. THOMAS AT PORT house at (M S. Akron. In- AT IN MARTIN TIll coue'TViuDCzs FLORIDANOTICE. COURT. molt bo pwo.... to br Ikp .10_" kin _
WALl. rnLnNd FOR onni or kit ottocn.r, or iho OOOMI will
qsles 751 Stypmanj Blvd. or OF PETITION1 '
wold kooordlni w low
Sli.1$, writ Box Ml Stuart Hardware Co. THE DUTCH KITCHEN fiNAl., DISCHARGE ISTRATOR OP$ CO-ADMIN. booom This*tlehtk .... ..0 T.N.e.OUGHTERSON.A. D. It47T .. I

IALI May 22, ZI, June $ M Si VJSTATB. MIGCITT orWU.L1AS An ..4.......... of tko Booibi wfWllllom
: Beekwlth. Upright W Dmmod A LoHHL "..... .

K1 RCA ,CaMaol., Radio.wndjttott. roi BENTl' Furnished S room "St Cll' Krueter Bldf. :DixU Highway TO' ALL WSOM IT MAY CONCtUtlMoMoo U M. FRANCIS.Ahtomow _ _
peo ..... caoL Is.Sfre lo.hocobp rsn St.4 5. b.c.lied rw oow.h4.troo.Mor
Write B< house, scenes, .. .,
w .. sue fInal ....... us Qa-Aestub. .. M. II:mMl a.. te'TN .
f It Beach, SH Oseeola, It


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--- y' MRS. MARY HARTMAN, Society

News Items for this paper must reach the E'EWS .

i i SOCIAL and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART Horn Telephone efflee fcefm M-W OMB on.WMneeda off to,, I

''L I!'It RED TOP KITCHEN I Mr.. and Mrs.

*: FLOWERS For All OCCASIONS 4 County Youths to Finish at Prep Schools HOLDS Mr. and OPEN Mrs.HOUSE X.. C. Clements I, left and yesterday Mr, and Mrs.afternoon R.W, to

I I I invited the public to an' Leo to attend the
\ hare grduatle,
BOUQUETS CORSAGES CUT FLOWERS "Open House" Saturday when erclses this morning at j

I FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS they will open their' new bust Leo College Preparatory J
,,1, nest. the Red Top Kitchen, on
: "I' DOMESTIC and. IMPORTED CERAMICS the North Tederal'Highway. Free Hartman is an I

l drinks will be served during business graduate from the school
1k : 1 SMITH'S FLORAL & GIFT SHOP hours from 8 a. m. to 10) Dan Mlnnehan Is fliushu,

I '. f i I :r: WIRE, FLOWERS p.The m. new establishment will elementary school

, y, Arcade Bldg 5th St, Ft. Pierce Phone 310-JCLINTONE specialize in sandwiches, desserts
i t't and drinks, featuring service
J : -'-- -... ----- under tropical umbrellas on the NOTICEClifford
lawn. The Clements are well-

'fI known here in the food business, M, Sullivan h,
having operated the Clements
I, I I'' Restaurant on V & 1 for a num- associated with,
i THE ONLY WAX OF ITS KIND. ber of years.CATHOLIC any manner, ,

The Ladles Society .of Bt
I 'I' SPRAYED INTO EVERY CORNER & CREVICE I Graduation ceremonies at two Tallahassee to Jacksonville Leo near Tampa, are Hartman, Georgia School of Technologyat Joseph's Church met at the rectory Stuart, Fit.
OVER IIALF HUNDRED JOBS IN STUART; Florida college preparatory where they will be Joined by son of Postmaster and Mrs R. Atlanta June 12 and Diamondwill Tuesday to discuss plans fora
schools have claimed the Inter- Mrs Ruby Brown and Mrs Travis W, Hartman of Stuart, and Diamond go to Canada this summer fish fry at the Log Cabin June .
I Stuart Service Station est of four Martin County families for the Bolles ceremony Monday son of Mr, and Mrs. James and plans to work a year before 22. Proceeds will be used to
whose sons are.completingtheir Diamond of Hobe Sound Both entering Fordham Universitynext send local children of the parish WANTEDYARD
secondary education this Both boys have been outstanding Diamond and Hartman are hon yearThe to a summer camp for two weeks
week, i studentsj having won rec-or graduates have won letters parents of both boys are In July. At the meeting were WORK
Seniors at Bollei School Jack- ognition for military,' scholar for football and other athletics attending graduation exercisesat Mrs Louise Rltch Mrs. Veronica
t. sonville, are Crary, son of State ship and athletic attainmentsand served on the staff of the St. Leo today. Also attending Hendrtckson, Mrs Vlrgte Springer LANDSCAPINGGENERAL
Senator and Mrs. Evans Crary both plan to enter the University school paper and took active Mrs.. Margaret Rlcou, Mrs REPAIRS
and Prles mall, nephew of Mr. of Florida In the fall. part In other extra-curricula activities are Mr. and Mrs,R. L. Mlnnehan Clara Buckman, Mrs Marie WINDOW WASHING.
and Mrs Lloyd C. Travis. Sena- Graduating from St Leo College Hartman will enter the whose son. Dan ,1s graduating Hlronimus. Mrs Florence Wheeler BUSINESS RESIDE*
\ tor and Mrs Crary will go from Preparatory School at S(. School of Engineering of the ,from the elementary, school. Mrs Nellie Pezzonl. Mri CAR WASHING AND
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Ruth Merriman and Mr Jane POLISHING

The Needlework Guild of Am. '
Wheeler hostesses. served refreshment PLANTING
Celebrating the!! closing of the' Mr and Mrs. J. Leon Taylor Edward Chllds entertained erica, Inc. has appointed Mrs.B. during a social hour MIMEOGRAPHING
school year, Mrs Jolly Bozone, and son Tay expect to leave for Saturday night at his home on Lloyd Frlsble, 680 East Church following the business session WO
I P-TA mother for the overflow Ooldsboro N. C.. Tuesday to attend the Backus Plantation on the Street, Box 122, Bartow, Florida BUILDING
the wedding of Mrs Tay South Fork with a chicken pilau u Chairman for the State of DOCK REPAIRS
sections of the Stb and 6th lor's sister Miss Jeanne Wooten, supper for members of the police Florida. Mrs. Friable will answer LITTLE THEATER MEETING. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT -
grades, taught by Mrs. JeanneO. to James Boykln of Ooldsboro force, highway patrol fire department all questions pertaining to the '
t Carter, entertained pupils and friend Fifteen A meeting Of aft members of .
Mrs. Taylor will attend .her sister Needlework Guild If you will get
R Friday at her Betsey Addition as matron of honor and Mr. guests were served form a 25- in touch with her. the Little Theater Group and What have you to sell
home. Mothers of the room con- Taylor will give the bride away gallon pot on the lawn. Mrs. any Interested non-members will it with for
:' us
proper atIng.
be held at the court house at
tributed to a picnic dinner, Including George Backus and daughter
After the wedding a receptionwill
Capt. and Mrs. Ray Young will .
7:30 It Register with us
p. m. Tuesday was announced
a frankfurter and be held at the Ooldaboro Mrs. Joe Sawtell, assisted in entertaining -
leave Monday for a six-week
marshmallow roast on the Bo- Hotel. The bridal couple expectto and added salads and yesterday by Erwin F. employment..: Cement t II lifor
motor trip to Include stops" at
The Children entertained other Items to the Johnwlck, president of the organization sale
tone lawn lour Florida and sto, In Stuart menu.
Houston, Texas, Strugls\ Mich., !
themselves on the slides on their way back Mr and Heal Bishop entertained witha and Chicago.
I and swings and with games. Mrs Taylor will be away two colored film of a day ...UfllhIn. a Kenneth Stimmel!
It Those attending were Joan weeks in the Oulf Stream which Owner, Manager
\ Alligood, Eleanor Bartlett, Lois was enjoyed byFLORIDA all Mrs. Fred,Liberty had as her E>CCM Add ciuies
: guests over the week end her IIf
e7ursce4 Bozone, George Bozone Mavis DINNER NETS I HI FREE! pitta ot Stomach STUARISERVICES
brother John Haire, and wife
Brannon Dean Carol MISS ,
Braun TO PAGEANT Ulcers,lndigesriea.
and daughters, Nadla and
Chason, Jimmy Crawford, Gene WILL, OPEN SUNDAY Blo.cing. Gas Hcutbura, Belching. S
.At last the joyful day arrives and a wonderful Daniels. Thelma Hall Mary women of the Hobe Sound St. Petersburg May 28- family spent the winter at
I Hlers. Ralph Koonce Oall Ann Community Church netted $140 -The ..ta.e.I\ set and the
curtain ,
of the excitement and the fascination of this and S free InltnmnK pamphlet M Box 48S' Phone 41.
: Daytona Beach. :
part Merriman, Fern Montgomery. from their chicken dinner last \is ready to be rung up on ,
to-be-forgotten occasion is the thrill of get-1 Jeanette Rlngie Lela Mae Stanley week. r W Hildebrand donated the colorful two-day program -5-- STUART DRUG CORP.

ting that longed.for Grucn1! Your daughter or son Joan Wiley, Aloma and Ed- 17 large chickens fop the main which will present Florida most Mr and Mrs John D. Turner
will treasure its distinguished beauty its undeviat; mund Wright, pupils, and Ann dish. A large crowd attended beautiful girls during the Miss and three children, Patricia,
Chambers, Hobe Sound, a special The Monday and Thursday Florida Pageant sponsored by Michael and Sharon, Mrs, Roy
ing precision. for years after graduation guest of the group, work meetings are popular.Nearly the Florida Junior Chamber of Bayden and Nancy 'Miller of :
toma\ Bradenton spent the week end QUALITY)
.. everyone in giving Commerce and the St. Peters
CLASS HONORS MEMBER some time to the building of the burg Jaycees here Sunday and with Mr and Mrs William Turner -
ministers home next to the Monday. It was announced early and other relatives here.
Mrs A. O. PlUm an and Mrs: church. The sills and Joists are this week by Bill Carter' pager -a _
JO', Cecil Donaldson were hostessesto In; subtloor laid and work'' has ant chairman; Songs and brief acounts of LAUNDRY SERVICE
the flrendshlp class of the started on the frame. The Rev This two-day event, the 4 finals the stories behind the 'writing
: Baptist Church for a covered Alexander Linn who If Servingthe of a Statewide search for Florida of the songs will comprise the I
1 LI dish picnic lunch at Woodlawn church as minister,will I speak 'a most beautiful and talented Presbyterian Church Ham.I
Bj Park Tuesday noon. The occasion Sunday morning on the text girls, will feature about 20 service Sunday at the Womans Phone 287
honored Mrs Jack Stew- .
"Who Is Club.
My: ;Nelghborl"WSCS beauty contest winners from
art whose birthday It was and
throughout the State who will -a- ,
I 0.W1.Thlo tart, .55,05.. sew stn,.. Ps .....- Ass, .1st.'" 21Oecce I who Is leaving later this week MEETING HELD compete with each other' In Mrs Serena Belle of Tampa Is WEJMCK UP AND DELIVER,
j ,'\. sills It add att"1 to h. wow dial. eawsla f8vu h.chM..nisi I for Mississippi three different contests for the the guest this week of Mrs J. M.
aU.50 r.e..a.st. $4t.l.I. Nine members of the WSCS of coveted title of Miss Florida of Phillips. She is en route to Denmark SATISFACTION GUARANTIED
I RAYMOND TYNDALL the Methodist Church here attended
JR. -
to spend the summer at
\ 1947 Miss Florida, who will be .
\ HOME: FROM ARMY: the subdlstrict meetingIn .
selected by a board of qualified her old home In Melbolt, neat OR
l* mciucc, fEfcWM u*, Lake Worth Tuesday After
ruus Aelborg In the eastern part of
M.: and impartial judges will
Raymond Tyndall, Jr par'ner repre-
I ,I' RHOADS JEWELERS In the Electric Service and the morning business session I sent Florida In the Miss.America Denmark. She will sail from New Your Money Gladly Ref uncICdPEOPLE'S
luncheon served In the
11 was rec-
York City June IT on the
Pageant at Atlantic next Queen
I Repair Company, In the Krue- reation room of the Calvary City
vI JEWELERS FOR ger Building has been discharged September. \ .
t Methodist Church: Attendingfrom I.
I FIVE GENERATIONS from the Army and has arrived Stuart were Mrs J. E.!: Taylor Miss :Mary-March of Philadel-
105 South Second In Stuart to make his home Mrs. Walter Mrs.H. LAUNDRY
I a ; Street Fort f pierce, Florida.AMERICAS Kitching The Womans Missionary Union phia left today for Miami and a
\ again. He spent two weeks with
H. Thayer, Mrs W. R. Leach ,
I I'' igjx.1 to Cuba after spending a
met Tuesday afternoon In thfBaptist
OVER 70 YIARS his parents In Klnston. N. C Dr. Abbott Mrs. E.!: D.
GRUE .. CHOICE FOR Morton week with Mr. and Mrs. Paul
I Church' for
. before returning to Stuart after Wells, Mrs. L L. Decker. Mrs. annex an :
; his discharge executive and business me Thomas at their riverfront homeIn j FLAGLER AVE. STUART, FUL /
F M Kramer and Miss Symo-
.I r L = .. -_ -. ------- --- nette. Mrs Ed Burgess, president, ung'l St Lucie Estates . _.
1 ------ ducted the sessions at -e "-
WSCS members were urged to
final plans were drawn for
attend the school of missions to
dally' vacation Bible school
be held in Lakeland Aug. 4-8. !

ors. IN OUR USED A charge of $13 will be levied Regular were heard.commute reports also ITS ORA'S STYLE SHOPFOR .
for each Individual, It was an I .
1. nounced.
; Mr. and Mrs Walt Bruner of

A PRESBYTERIANS: !Hobe Sound returned Tuesday
Appliance DepartmentTHE night from a 10-day trip during I
The Presbyterian Woman*'Association which they visited Mr Brunerl I
) will meet at 2:30: p. m. son, Carl, and family in Atlanta I
Tuesday at the Hallpatlokee Park and friends and relatives in BARGAINS I
II ELECTRIC APPLIANCES LISTED H A V E BEEN home ot Mrs. Ivan Taylor. Mrs North Florida, Georgia and Alabama -

I COMPLETELY RECONDITIONED.' George Porter will be co-hostess. I <

> 100 DRESSES 100


sale. Located the beautiful South'Fork of the
; STANDARD WRINGER TYPE WASHER $58.50, St Lucie River, Including small home which is furnished 60 'DRESSES

and electrically equipped. The property contains ,
MODEL approximately: 10 acre with 600 ft. fronting on the '. '" :n-
j HOOVER VACUUM CLEANER 37.50 river, and adjoins the new right-of-way for the new .. '

Gaines Highway an ideal location: $8.002FpR1500

6 6HOOVER VACUUM CLEANER MODEL 34.40 NICE HOMELocated Value $16.95 : .

3I in Betsey's Addition. Home Is nicely furnished

::CLARK dl, AUTOMATIC WATER HEATER $99.50, lot and and in the electrically bouse) also equipped.large front There porch.are three Full sized bedrooms 40 :DRESSES :Vt: ;, ;



Now Is a good time to purchase I lots' if you intend to -.2 FOR $ ". .
n WE HAVE IN STOCK A GENERAL LINE OF SMALL build: I hare many idea) 50-ft. Iota for sale for $18.00-TVAUJES $22.95: /

ELECTRIC $500.00. Some of these lots have coconut: palms and
APPLIANCES citrus fruit trees growing on them. f Store Hours.& 8:30: a.'m. To 5:30 p.m. Sat:' .30ain.To8:30pni.Wednesday : : .

{t., EDWAR'D'MA'PP 830 a.m. 1V12_ Noon.ORA'S .,

Hall's Electric


; OFFICE' ARCADEPHONE 13 O. Arcade 'Phone 19 P. O.:Box ,3$ Mrs- t. M. Deal &! d,Mrs., F:, Hibbanl,:Owir' _


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n MRS. MARY HARTMAN Society Editor .
News items tor ebb paper must reach the new.p.pee'',

a NEWS. and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART Hom.Telephon.38-W pities befet, noon en Wednesday Office Phone 300I5IOPHEE !, ( ;

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and Mrs. J C McCrocklin.Jr. ID days and will spend a vacation : ,
r TWINS Iron,led the ceremonial!conducted PresentedBy CITE COMMUNISM'S HOLD IN.HOLLYWOOD I .t.1r.. of St. Petersburg will spend In Wyoming, Montana and j Tt\ I ::. i
by the staff of II officers of Barry's 'Holiday' '
J gyg 5TH BIRTHDAY today and tomorrow as guests other Western Stale before re"I" ,
1 Irira and Charles the chapter Those Inducted of her parent, Mr. and Mrs E.A .. U I f
Thomas \ to Stuart.
were Miss Virginia Michael, D. B. I. turning
&III Christopher, were hon- I Heran and H. C. Gardner of Stuart Little Theater Group Mennlnger o 1. ". 'fl"
birthday at of ,
I 00 their 8th and Mrs, Allle Hatlaway and Mr. and Mr. F U, Larson I
Mrs C Lloyd Claff son 'I
la Are home afternoonmovlei of their. Mn Jeannette Hattaway andMrs. By MARY HARTMAN i Mark,'of Sago Band, Waveland .fort Worth, Texas, were wMk; a ',1' I" (f \
u Thursday DorU Simmons of Indian- business with left Wednesday to Join Mr Claff end guests of Mr and Mn Orne }, : '(. ,
and served as manages '
were played 4' f I ', I'
town. of at their New England summer and Miss Viola Kreider fat
1 shown WWW, -A Day, Applause and praise a capacity Mrs. Madiera In charge of publicity I ,I "
e ZOO.' MR. AND MRS. THEISS audience at the high,school Mrs. Charles John was home. -1- their home on the South f i

Anne MacDoweU added a TO TOUR NEW ENGLAND auditorium Friday night Indicated property manager; Mr Marshal; r+ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Nelson Fork. Mrs. Larson was a school- Ij ''h!'
M to the afternoon by ar- Mr and Mn John H Thetu this community appreciationof treasurer; Mrs. Steffens and of Miami are honeymoon mate of Mr. Krelder J ji 'I ,
with a cocker spaniel have closed their I riverfront Mn Ireland, ticket committee; l.
g the first thespian endeavor of guest at the Royal Poinciana r-P-jAILY- I ; .
t M U I gilt fer the toy home, Holmcrest, on -St. Lucle Mr. LaPoInte and Mn Dozier In # \.. at Jensen Beach. LIBRARY ; : I''j ,
1s Cottages I ''c'
Included Joann the Little Theater Group, presentation ,
r guest list Crescent\ and left yesterday on charge of programs: Mr. and Public Library 0'01', ;
The Martin County \ ,
Brook Bridges, Sally Nan a motor tour of the New England of Philip Barry's "Holi Mrs.. Steffens. Mr. Hill Mr*. Ma ( < "
, Hack- day'_ sophisticated three-act + kT t, Mrp: William! C. arrived located In Ihe Woman's, + "
MM stewart Agnes States They will atop at Dur dlera and Charles John, scenery home Saturday from East Albany Ave. A'lift! I <
and Linda Bison, ham, N. C to attend the Duke comedy. Receipt of more than .Mrs. Springer, Club building on 71,
Nancy and : 1
Hunt. $200 from RO-cent UckeU revealed f'y St'. Louis Mo., where she visited J will be open from 9,JO a. m to1pm I',
,Thompson/ Skipper University graduation exercises Miss Helen Caerko and MissPhyllis ,
? her son-In-law and daughter dally starting Sunday Itwas / ';;
attendance of
Sandra an
via' and Peter Barr, at which their nephew! William Constance, sound effect; Mrs. Robert Helfrich 4j) i
7y. Susan Hall. Geraldine Smith Lamparte, will receive aBS mately 350.Laurela and sterling Identification Mn. John Mennlnger and MM v s I and Mland welcomed the arrival of her announced Tuesday& /J''i"1: .I I,ii'HEALTH .

gelt and Kay and Karen degree He will continue -bracelet went to- Harris Lowery, Jr. costumes; first grandchild Rene, born I UNIT WILL. r I.
jnan. during the summer session at Miss Rose Csverko, Mr* Inland 14. TOWN !
Duke to work for a Masters degree the director, Mn,'Qlenn DeBerry and Miss Constance, makeup; May 1- INCLUDE COLORED 'j'I ," '
ACCEPTS SIXMEMBERS He visited In Stuart In Well-known In Stuart, she Is Mis Rose Cxverko and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs.- Douglas Silver Ora Dell Hamilton teacher in l : ) 'I I

,' April graduate of the dramatic school,' Arthur Dehon, posters: Mr*. Dan of Station WIRA at Fort Pierce the Stuart Training School,,has \' I I : I
pity Chapter IT, Order of They then will continue their of Florida Southern College and'fQllo..ed I Fagan, Mr* Dick Ashley Miss were among out-ot-town guests been named chairman of arrangements 1.. 1 ''' ,
an star Initiated six new trip to New Jersey where they a professional career Rose Civerko and Mrs. LaPolnte, who 'attended the performance In colored! town for ;, t1" '
,nbera. at Thursday 'night will visit Mrs. Thelss brother, for several yean with the Wynne, ashen: Mrs. Ashley and Mrs of "Holiday" here Friday night the visit of the mobile health '1 1 I '

itaf at the Woodman Hall George Lamparte, and family P. Bewail Production Co. She, Bill Matheson, supper chairmen ADOLPHE MENJOU: VIKTOR KJUVC11ENKO by the Little Theater Group. unit of the Slate Board of Health: I ,, .1.
Brrta\ Stanley, worthy ma- and Dr. George S. Gardner, who. also did radio work before returning THANKS TO OTHERS Dapper film actor Menjoe takes the witness stand In Las Angeles 1- June! 12-34 Due to the bad roads '
to her f4 i I
U visited here this winter with his home exchange Appreciation I Ia expressed to and tells the ,House Subcommittee in un-American Activities Earl Rlcou has written from In colored town the unit likely ( I
ItMeteiToot Itch Ruth O In Connecticutthey proreslson to that of wife and Smith for of the Light be stationed acres ""nhe \ 1 Illll t i
cruiser Jerry use that Hollywood b "one of the main centers of CoititnunUtio activities Rochester, Mlnn.. that he Is recovering will o 1'' r.
mother She Is the elder daughter -
lot Hard To Kill. will be guests of Mn Thelss: of Mr and Mrs. Harris Lowery house dining room for the sup In America." Kravcheitko, former Russian official who from an operation at track, near the St. Lucle Auto ,: j'.1 1 "
sister, Mrs. Fred Fardee and In Electric Service and Repairfor t \ I
where he Camp.
per the Mayo Clinic spent .
local In 1944, alie testified the subcommittee -
I In One Hour, Massachusetts they will visit and a gradaute of'the electric buzzer: & A. Men- renounced Communism before -- ------ .
?M.,1. ,""r n. .tack .t .n, 4raiIVOU their Stuart neighbors Mr. and high schooL nlnger, Jr., for record, plaerand Shortly before he took the witness stand, a threat : I" I .. '
..... .
I I, HTKONG lun' ,nn. Mn R. S. Smalley, at South Carver It was Interesting to note that. Scottish lingers record; I against his life was reported to police OPEN ell',
ffjierRATRl i iMir.
IT /
A.Mt, ORE ilrtkoL,.,<.. IKltU Un luk. After, two weeks at Cape of the cast of H members. 10 are Bartlett Brothers for recordplayer ------ -------- : ,1.,11I .
L* Hr At newcomers In Stuart within the IIYIIR I IIII{ (IIC I( Sat and Sun. 2i45 ,
Bar, champagne .
DRUG STORE Cod they will conclude their vacation ; the Victory Allen S. Whorton of De- Mr. and Mrs. C. D. McQuade : t
DART made i
u.. In Maine past rear, a fact that the bucket, and the Southern Land spent several days this attended the convention of the Mon. tfcru Fru 5i45 I
casting of the tint performancea for use
---- -- -- matter of ,experiment. Mrs. of Bell a Telephone telephone Company week In Stuart In the interest Grand Council of the 'United TODAY ONLY THURSDAY, MAY Z9TH ,

Price French as Linda the leadIng of the Salvation Army campaign Commercial Travelers of America I '
Your Friends Tooddard's c L--- Double Feature Program
Invite to raise funds for home --
lady, gave an outstanding STH GRADERS HAVE southeastern district, Friday
performance, causing some query PICNIC, SWIM-PARTY I and hospital In Tampa and the and Saturday In Atlanta They

I as to past professional experience Mothers of the pupil of Mrs., underprivileged chlldrens' campat left Atlanta Sunday for Bostonto CHESTER
Restaurant But there were no pro-' Statke attend the New England Grand
d flonallln "Holiday" In stuart. Fred Orman 5th grade of the Council session lune1.. MORRIS

I Mrs French was ably supported Stuart school 'were hostesses at 'Mn. L. I.. Halbach of Vero, -I- 1 + CONfTAMCIDOWLIN6 ;

,Just South (Frazier,Creek Bridge on U. S. 1 by Mr*. Richard Dozier as her a picnic and swimming party Beach spent May 21 with Mrs.I Mrs. J. E. Taylor will enter- e '
I sister, Julia, with whom she vied Friday at the 8. W.Traylor pool Blanch Lowrey at the Holleran tain the WomaN Society for t, r
for In romance for a husband. Their Apt, Christian Service of the Methodist .
Jovial drinking brother, Ned at Port SewalL Leaving the Church at a covered dish

A Good Home-Cooked Meal portrayed by Jerry LaPointe who school at 11:30: a. m., Mrs J. C. Mrs. Blanch Lowrey of the supper at her home Tuesday ALSO

never missed a trick to play y up Anthony, Jr, Mrs. W. C. Barr, Holleran Apt. had as Sunday Members will sew for the fall totuSetA I
his supporting role The part of Mrs. R. W. Hartman and Mrs. guests Jlmmie Smith of Delray bazaar, I I
SUNDAY SPECIALROAST their materialistic father Edward Lee DeLoach furnished transportation and two veteran buddies Bert .5.- i'A w
Seton, a wldpwer, to whom youngsters' Sunday and Bobby Miller, who Mr and Mrs. Wyatt Prevail beeThing
the 25
money and social prestige were for came up for a trip, of Miami stopped In Stuart Sun- the P It,
god,,was carried out In true celebration of the closing of the aching day to call on former friends. kept
CHICKEN and DRESSING "stuffed shirt style by Ralph school year. Mrs. Orman supervised Mr. and Mrs Ted Chambershad Mrs. Prevatt ls remembered here hoe leelsgl r I tttSUE

Hartman, Sr who failed to dom- swim race, rest periods 'as week end guests Mr and a* Mrs. Bes Qobert, war-time .' I
Open 7 A. M. to 8 P. M. Daily inate his modern off-spring! and serving ,of ,the lunch and Mrs. R. L. Mllam' of Jacksonville secretary of the county draft III'

brought Marriage Into complication the family group were II cold drink*-plus popcteteM and R.'- W Hartman of Stuart. boardOnly =--.:.....-__ gtOOtSS ,,.- -,. 1 I <;Jlj'1 ',

self-made The 12 girls present were ( \1
by Johnnie Case, a
& SATURDAY .MAY 30T11 A 31ST ';:
young attorney played with dueunsophUUcatlon Betsy Barr Jane Pressel Shirley ,' !
by C I*. Ireland Chaw, Anna Mae DeLoach, 2BIGHITS2
is '
.SQHOOL r whose dramatic talent t will likely Muncy Boyd Eldene Smith J'
gain future lead In the group Joyce Kartell\, Joyce Nipper, a prcclou j
Mn. Pierre Madeira, with Bill Merle Meyers? Gloria Hancock i :
IT'S TIME FOR Stef fens as her husband M Mr I Kgatha Wall and Jean. Wells. :
and Mr. Seton Cram almost\ Molly Brook was unable to at- gift will do. :
stole the show In a minor part: tend. The 13 boys Included Jlme .A i
VITAMIN 'D'HOMOGENIZED' In which she enacted the snper- Anthony Brady Hartman John .2/ :
ultra of the soda) muter From Falconer, Fred Stiller, George,

artificial eye-laahet to the tip Balanda, Sonny Coane,Jim Fein- Beautiful star-tip tell .
of each nail she portrayed the auer, Robert Talley Charles ,
MILK extreme of affectation and artificiality Clements Thomas Nipper, Rea
of the "QlId-be! New Edenfleld,' Norman Crews and tl'i I\
York socialite Jack Harris. Mrs. DeLoachV (
Friends of Linda -* not too pre-school daughter, Jeanne, E ELGINSL I '
"Hey mom, whutcha' got to eat I" Hungry kids acceptable to the family were was a special guest ALSO I Itpc .
arp healthy kids. Bones need strengthening: Muscles well played by Dick Ashley and I !
Mrs. C. M. Walker as Nick and Mrs. C. C Carrlngton of the
develop. Susan Potter. The parts of Holleran Apt 1 Ia spending this I "
Henry,. Charles and Della, the week In Durham, N C., visiting DURYEA RAINES BENDIX I s' Itl '
house staff,' were given a professional relatives i'
It i Altar Ideal with a sandwich or two. Just touch by Robert A. Hill -50- .

super with a bowl of cereal. It'll hold 'em till supper.i as head butler Attorney David Dr. and Mrs William C Barr WItH'NNEW UM I ,

i I Marshall, second men, and Mrl have as guest this week the doctors AMAZ1Na ,,1\\
Stewart Springer, maid cousin, Paul Carpenter and "/ ,1I
( wife from Jollet'111. A dinner : I
PLAT CAST FETED party at the Barr home tomor- : } .
ALFA 1l AT MID-NIGHT SUPPERA row evening will Include the 1!
buffet supper Friday midnight carpenters and Mr. and Mrs. ,,,1I

at the Lighthouse honored Clyde Tarkenton and daughters Maoa aacp4T. SUNDAY & MANDAY, JUNE 1ST & 2ND '
the players and other participants Margaret Ellen and .Melanie, of xTat
WEST PALM BEACH of the production. The Fort Pierce.
r '
supper committee, Mrs. Richard :
<458 Flamingo Drive Fhone 7175 Ashley and Mr*. W. J. Mather- 1
son Arranged tables at which s4ta rTrot' I

handmade place cards were pine REAL ,
--- ; ed amid floral decorations. Ies

President Erwin r Johnwlckwas rtK..w.tdd... e1rS cot
Ld, E7I. Ie1. +I.
.master of ceremonies and
ft tdK 4..rrr.rdwr alrs.oo ft
Led suf.
I Are You 'a Potential or ChronicALCOHOLIC created and Jests a as program each honoree of bouquets was, ESTATE t SMN r..Yd.d.d

congratulated and called on for Elgin hit developed a mainspring(that .l/ps naves

? an Impromptu reply a F ire- 99% of match IrouWei due *i carbon Meet mam-
land expressed the appreciationof e
If .4 tae ......... ... .... :.- 4w 1014 the group to the director,Mrs. spring JailIu. The Elgin DuraPower Mainspringgives I '
MM.. tar ,ft.- .t .. WHITI Gloss HOSPITAL DeBerry, and presented as a a pFrmanenry of timekeeping performance ly
I t M* > to Ikk itaM tfxt II ...... .....*..> I ht.e token of appreciation an engraved never before possible In any.watch.! See chant these # rsOR ?
kWl.S. ; bracelet With "Holiday"and InvestmentsSALES beautiful new Elgin! models now and *

VMS. > ."': ": = the date on one aide of the Due tot your p'.duate.'lL' the perfect life
..e"C" sM5440.. : :':; NI Ma = identification\ ,link 'and her

TIle WHITS Cloa HOSPITAL .544.5 .110 r1..IHt. __ name and address on the other.. AND LISTINGS,
:;"':5.5."'"..rM e.5 =/ I.$10. 40.4 545554w to 45.5. Following the sapper Mrs. Madiera THROUGHOUT MARTIN\! RhoadsJEWELERS e

.. ... played the piano for group COUNTY '
-i.1": : singing and volunteer solo numbers -

V *. ,.o..s'0* MM WHITI G5op HOSPITAL H kt ..> and the'evening ended with W. B. TILTON
'::.':! :fM pMt M* M.Mt .ft M* H*., dancing by the record player, ,

.> Sin MM MM r* ,w Ins 54,154.5 ::5 010,54.4.u OFF-STAGC JEWELERS FOR FIVE GENERATIONS w...
/1..15.x, ..... In addition to the east memo) Cr. Commercial St. and OK Fla.
': : ..:=.::.=.-.Mal._4w..:::.':' J5 4$54. bers several department the Dixie Hi-Way, 105 South-,5econd Street, Fort Pierce, 1.5 PRE '

'.. If '" .-w .......... ....-- .. -: Little Theater Group functioned Jensen Beach Patent Pending ti
--w... w w.wn4s of .r..w .11 oft-stale to contribute to the
venture Mrs. Walter Dave) '
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t I I the development of City, County and State parks and pro- ABOLISH THE CpA liiiliiuiiiiiillillliiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiniiiiiiiiiiiiim I I ||| |||

\ ; 0410 twirl X&O\ vide for their greater recreational activities for our people. The CPA. according to our understanding? Issued a Horticulttttally Speak;

I quote again from "Chinese" Wilson) "stop order" recently on the remodeling of 'the HolleranBuilding
\ Published every Thursday at "From the dawn of history, man has been busy destroying to be occupied soon by the W. W.. Mae I 5) &: 10. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiintiiiiiiiiiiiin I I I I 1 1 1 1 I I I I I l iiiiiiiiiHiiniiiniu I I I ,,,

:' Stuar:. Martin Count. Florida ha/rd -of the world and the more he has advanced This governmental meddling with private business Dr David raIrcM '. heW boot The World Grow 'R, ,
+ by Stuart Dally News Inc, a what we rail civilization, the more destructive Is insufferable: We art?; paying taxes to hire a bunch of I Volume the f'lve 'IIII1
s Hurldu corporation. he has become. Wherever he has gone he has laid parasites to wreck business-that Is what it boils down Door, hat put Into one twenty- )year story t lieu/ ,
I : fnUivd U second-class mall waste the tree wealth of the lands in an effort, often Vain, to-and only In Russia and other socialistic countries Is a home on the |> lm-(ringed dote bf biscayne bay' aA( Gicnniit. Cfc

mutter at the post office at to make a blade of corn grow where two trees grew before. this sort thing tolerated The difference between the \Way)f,he nd Mn. Fairchild did tLi,
I t i Stuart, Horlda. under the Acts "As man congregated, built homes of mud, brick and As f fr frt the CPA "favin/ building material for vet- md the way most home-makers! would.do It, was that the.. pUmJllui
I P a j I I'p s of March I. 1879 I stone, his energies became more and more absorbed Ih (trans, that Is a big laugh. Lumber mills are shutting down yard had first onjldntatlOn and the !housing facilities 7
:. gaining wealth, and this has repeatedly led to his own all through the South because there i ifl+, a surplus of lumber wen ,
Could lumbet
1 t A FREE PRESS \'I"ARSm'SERVICE ontlury consideration.: Money : buy and cement,, Wt,
his kindred. Thd
, ''J f. destruction and that of same thing obtains and the price is\ falling
, \6 II t anq 'hI''tun-I. 'I .Ml) iii... WMMH .........I today. No;the "real crime" conimltted! )in the eyes of bureaucrats wealth of experience gained In every tropical country on earth vii*
1, ,\ I ae tb., ,, limn' ,NIMH..,the IrM AprilSUBSCRIPTION -i."I "The happy and contented anion those whosfe U when you fail to ask their 'permission. It is time volved In the thing (that the Falrchildl fetbuSluhed In licit( y'II'(,

, l t A FREE PEOPLE prN I..t." aid N",,LInMdb]n..H...... ,.........._. .'laIll : thoughts are not wholly engrossed In laying up treasure in that Americans remembered their rootin'-tootin' ancestryand the (mils and flowers which have resulted are without kmnn.WthiHit .
I't:\. Y, .1i;Yhr Veil ate.Mr '= gold, silver and precious stones, but who take aft Intellient let the eagle scream when bureaus and boards Insiston price.: '<
I 1.IL lW : Interest In Nature's' treasurers, preserve them, and "giving 'lVtlon" In the! land of the free to do so
I Ij ,d.II"" ..... ru"d.rlr. lt.... .. the! perm Dr. Fairchild has a tiny sign on Douglni Road d... '
i I t ,.01, .......d. 1".1<..... prize them at their true worth." elemental l a thing a* the building hf a house or a /store lgnallngl Itit j
I -E. A. M. Law or no law, the war fa over-and this sort of stuff at "Tlte Kumpong" an East Indiap name Indicating a tort t.tI( fc
ease- abridges the freedom of the Individual. settlement( ] within the ineiter. bf t given clearing! Y .' P111wIN A IUNNING"a a.n..1 aY.aa..r o tae = 'ocoeeooe=::=e
vmNcs 1' t. LYON '. 1.10.. .Nasser Xp-Ai i i i- =Od0 the but once you have \learned the turn-In, you will
I ___ -w ----- POEM Dc= == =====oao==== OC sign never! "Grr"
THIS tilt! array of palmi, fruit treei; flowering trees, stole trees, vke44;
I :., : RATES. JC 'en.:: : .:L0:: : : ot===OIl O tOUR >> WITH THE OTHER EDITORS vie with each other for the sunlight. And It it about tliii taidonprion .

*:_Mai OM trmi rt as .'rw. Y..re ._____ t..N RIVERby 177. : iOCIOCT.'ii./.ir.7' 1OC3OE '.'.' 'M.r'i3OO6Cii.-n'' =' i=' JOCJOIi::: of tropical plant riches that Dr Fairchild ha written l Iii, .?.

I Advvitlntnv" raiM ...4.. knowntlw 0" upplMetuu.,, Th ......'...... tirservire the right. GLASS VOTES FOR SALE recent volume. It Is elaborately Illustrated with gad' .! pl0Ar poi,!\
I. ..100<' .._ ,ob?L "?".hk' .d".rll..IOt. SYLVANUS but the! dutrrdng/ thing to rob fa that there were km many |IIIIII| ,!
A.o..dalcd' ,.... .It -..--.lu.l- .'..." ,1111..1,, i? 'hr ,".'r f-, ...obl". .-.-".-.-of an "We.MEMBER Our river flows deep and wide! (Sanford Herald) the Kampong to write about and the had tu ship ...?.,.11'I1.
--- Dust
Its waters salted by ocean's tide, and leave out a kit pf things which Interest me,
Although of Monroe has denied
OF Till A Sn"TfPRESS/ Rep Papy county
i no "....1.'.. rma .b elite..d. ..rl..I, to ihr .... fu' _.hll<'..,.. or .a. the So quietly goes on its way, that )he ever heard of.such a thing as offering a bribe to I Every plant In the Kampong Is not |hat some queer' tiling, the"
I 'lwal 1 .." ........ \to 'hi. liar ......'. r v-11 .. ell AP a'... dxpalrh.' .. Not like a river but. like a bay. to vote against the "bookie" bill residents of SemInole pioneer 1)lallt-lhlll picked up in a nearby nursery, Every piano t i
Fondly keeping in its strong embraceIt anyone IxliinJ It Maybe Hi seed! was line of
liihtitiithin; a. itorv iWIt
= Odham
: = who have known as'
'O O county Rep. Brailey
holds this town living place from Timbuktoo.! .
our our will -at survived a trip Maybe was given by < fit
honorable and preferto
Where we must work and where, we must playEn | an tione, upright voting man it grafted. or budded with tlw'
I Worthy of Meditation e believe that the facts are exactly Hi Mr. Odham has Maybe was hybridized, or hip'\
chants us so much that we must! stay, : .' lure might begin a new saga In the history of that particular pl.nlIII
stated In the hou of representativesi
oaoc:===oc oc =ooor-i oao: ====o e
had merit l the ,
locking native
Mr. Odham has been! among the first to defend the foreign( counterpart '|Iiecin. M
If you know your Bible, \ou) Call find the answers to Yes, though we have wandered far away reputation of the members! of the legislature ass' whole. one pi."it carries Dr Fairchild back on the magic carpet ti meiIn ,
\, all your problems In some distant place we could not stay. He Is not insinuating at all that many members of the (the h<4 strands of Morocco, or the humid jungle at Bullmm. ";
I Hank O. Lowden. To our river one day we'd return. the highlands' of Ceylon, or any ore' of a thousand otln plum k.
sale hut should bear it
house senate for the public
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-- h' For within hearts waters churn.
our tramped' at a plant] explorer It U not surprising that around M
\ mmuauuuuuumHluuuuuuuuuwuwouunolnnnuunlnwuuuunuIIlYE' mind that in a close!( vote it Is not necessary as a rule to buy
nilllllllllKIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMI/ IIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllll plant i lie weaves an entrancing story that the layman can enjoy'' all|
very many votes. Sometimes one Vote more or leAR either I
EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR I the world about the
will do the trick, knowing' first thing in the specimen The Do
OluluuunlllulunlH111lllununllnnunlunnlulllunuuniunuulWllll lll/ Letters To The EditorunuumltljI1111111111I way That there have been members of the legislature/ in can make. Ins, plants] "come alive" and the person who remit, rim 1.I I 1.
almost every session pmce time (Immemorial whose votes I will slop now(, and again to make a pencilled note in the hack! d l
We can keep Florida green by planting more trees IIIulll111t1111111111111III111111111I1II111111111111111111 11111111111 were for sale has long/ been suspected. There\ is no telling I volume: "Next lime in Miami, be sine to tee -." Tlut', whop]
fir ornamental and shade! purposes UK/ you know that Editor: Stuart News: how many laws on the statute books at the present time (lie art of writing And the growing Interest In tropical pLnili m S
I there are 2.000 nurseries in this State and that ornamental ;Thousands! of dollars are being spent every year selling Stuart\ were put there solely for the benefit of special interests Florida. h aid' iliuluWe In no small measure to tilt coat ogkats ,'nllim, ,
llanting is a indu try ? People will for beauty. 'I' of Dr. Fairchild himself who at 76 of has a Imik !lu.'
major pay lo our Northern visitors-wonderful climate, Florida's finest fishing through the use of bribery in a few carefully selected spots yean apr/
Attractiveness is one of the \big awing, / arils for tourists healthful atmosphere what not, This would certainly appear to be a good time to get to the steam' that drives him on to.new'"recreations'*-though to jnvlnHv
fold I'lIl1ay to you that the beautiful) cities of Florida are This la all very fine but why not go a step farther and also bottom of these suspicions, and find'' out once and for all. they would! be major scientific explorations, Besides currying nomw ,
I the tourist cities You can number them on your fingers: tell our winter visitors that they must leave their pets back north if there is any truth to them and if so to have a thorough the biggest field experiment ever attempted with (lie' tows. i
I Miami Beach, Coral Gable. Sarasota, !St; Petersburg, Palm and kill off all their children before they come down here house-cleaning./ I CVSTAHD Arm family (Annorl Cell ) because lie believes! then
v Beach, Orlando and Daytona Bench The housing situation Is getting better and there are a few Meanwhile Rep. Odham may rest assured that he II I ly crossing offer tremendous possibilities Dr Fairchild Is LIIIU,
Florida .la not rich in native trees of exceptional houses to rent but every day the cry Is getting louder and louder, has the support of his folks back home In his efforts to another, enterprise which staggers even a shock.proof veteran like
beauty, but Florida ix extremely wealthy in its climate. "No pets and no children. drive out the racketeers. Ill tell you about tt In this column next week but inunmluVt ,
+,, .This is favorable to the establishment< here of exotic trees Who are your future citizen of Stuart but the children of to- I trey of "The World t'rdws'Round My boor ($5 lit your bnuL.
,jf rare beauty from tropical and Hub-tropirallands all over lay? I THE HOUSE INDIcTS ITSELF or from the Stuart News) and settle down to some first clan riijon
the Globe. This is not an overnight proreu If we are "Jesus Christ said: "Suffer little children to borne Unto nle for of words and pictures about how to build! a real home In South Ft
I ( 'doing to make Florida attractive by the planting of these such Is the Kingdom of Heaven." (Fort Myers News Press) that will really)' mean something t id those alxtut )you and tiara wtiI
I, \ work on the part of students who will search in all the dog and still hates: pets.Is not fit to associate with a pet of any tatives indicted itself as an accessory to the crime whenit E A:MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMIIIIIllMMIItllll .
1 epical countries for trees! that will enrich the Florida failed to bar Rep. Bernie ,Papv of Key West after twoleputable IIIIIIIIIIIlllllWhile
landscape There mu t arise in our State thousands of kind.How anyone can profess Christianity and still hate pets and members had unequivocally declared on the I / / .
j i,1 1M experimenters( who will devote their efforts to importing children Is beyond me. floor I that he had attempted to bribe them. Among the 50 For A Nibble.!
these trees and their I seed, and to propagating and distripiutiiiK Why spend money Inviting tourists to spend their winters In (happily the two from Lee county were not on that side) Waiting
I them In this State.The Stuart when your own citizens and taxpayers who have pets and there was probably not a \single one who doubted the ,
I biggest part of the job which you and I have in children are being driven out of your community? charges made by Reo. Odham of Sanford and Rep. Campof iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiMiiitniiiiiiiiiiM itiiniiitiiiiiiiiiiiiitiHi"
fr '1' connection with keeping Florida green m to carry on an The majority of people who are opposed to children/ and dogson Ocala. Yet these- !60-a.,clear majority of the hopse- By Talmadg* Wllso 1AVlfgraiftobeVcklngtuarU
i durations! rampaign. We must of course plant trees, but I the premises have a dozen mangy cats lying all over the place. refused to disassociate themselves from the company 'ofa ) -
fiLh them we must plant the love of tree*. We must help I Here Is the 04 dollar question: do the tourists mean more to colleague who had been openly denounced. by a credible The Royal Poinciana and Crepe Myrtle are in Ala
f eople to realize that our trees are more priceless than i Stuart than the people] who work and make their homes here all witness, as "an unscrupulous crook" The nearer t approached the environs of New \
.. anything man creates The great redwood trees in California year round, or not? If anything can make amends it would be to revive City the greater were the number of cars coming at l
are upwards of 2000( years old. Through storm and -CHARLES A CHRISTOPHER, Stuart. the anti-bookie bill and give members a chance to square from every direction, noisier grew the machines of
lire, earthquake, disasters of all kinds, stretching back themselves There are enough votes to pass it and notice duHtry, thicker the masses\ of human beings riskier it
I before the birth i of Christ, the roots of these trees have Editor Stuart News: has been given that the attempt will be made. Some of to move. The more powerful the pressure of sweatjtudividual '
III i l been collecting water and nourishment from the soil; have It has been a pleasure for me to receive copies of the Stuart the 4l who killed it last week are understood to have hada about me, the higher rose my blool pressure
been, pumping it hundreds of feet into the air to the leaves News during this session of the legislature. Before the rush of the change of fluttering heart and the 37. including both _And I was only gone a week.
\ j and this distribution system has been functioning perfectly closing days prevents my doing so, I wish to thank you for your Lee county members, who voted for it will be augmentedby The speeding damnyankees tame at me from
I; without interruption through all that time. No structure sending Joe. the paper I a majority of the 15 absentees who have expressed a right, came at me from the left, and whizzed pall
., I that man ever devised has ever functioned one-tenth so Sincerely yours, desire to purge themselves of the suspicion that they took going in the opposite direction. On the other side of tra
:I long I II R. O. MORROW, the "walk" which Odham and Camp refused to take for circle I dared not pause long enough to see how m
I '' I like the quotation: I Rep. Palm Beach County, |SOO and a case of Scotch. Only passage of this bill will fenders! were missing 1 being a bit slow on the upt,

,!\ f'I.' t "No place is complete. without trees Tallahassee, Fla. assuage the widespread feeling that the legislature is, a physical condition lately acquired,! in Stuart, I one'
rt A home without trees is charmless. I venal. If men of Intrepity in the house! wish to restore a lingered a bit as I drove through a fading green light.
!i \ A road without trees! is Nhadeless I Editor Stuart News: measure of respect to their branch of the state government ret: me. A woman a wild eyed dame, trying to but
1 l i ., A park without tree I is purposeless Thank you very much for your letter of May It concerning they will insist that the bookie bill be brought up light She smashed my starboard bow, knocked the
'I'' A country without tries in hopeless" I facilities for yachtsmen at Stuart Mr H. B. Kraft, Manager of for a vote of vindication. pine off its base and befuddled the Hydro Malic s
'fj( LI 1 Yes, we must plant trc<'s. (j\Ve\ must plant the love of the; Martini, County Chamber of Commerce, has also written to us .- thift.A -
g r. trees, and then we must! plant /a knowledge of trees. If on the same subject FISH LAWS GUTTED fifty dollar smack. She had no insurance hut
( Honda is to be the great true reservoir of America. our A copy of your letter will be furnished the Commanding Officer (Tallahassee Democrat) have three yankee friends who swore I was wrong Mu
1 children must be taught in the grades in High School and of the Ship SOSBEE which Is now engaged on field Inspection As effectively a sharp knife deftly'wielded slits I was I was never good at rube roots./!
Hi, in our colleges about the trees, that enrich Florida, for the revision of the Coast Pilots covering the area between Nor the underside of a mullet the legislature hat cut the heart Am L glad to be back home In Stuart;!'
\it"" Education does not top( in the schools We must carry folk and Key West The SOSBEE!!:, a 85-foot Coast and Ooedetlc cut of enforcement laws against the sale of fresh niter I' f I never got a good look at Yankeeland althouiwai !
j 1 on this educational campaign/ m the Woman's Clubs. Gars Survey vessel I should be In Stuart In October 1947 fish in Florida. Despite all claims fo the contrary, there wide awake and looking all the time; looking
hi s : den Clubs and other civic orV8l1izlltionll. All of these must i J. H. HAMLEY. are simple facts that stand out in a bill just passed by the sweating/ to keep from getting killed dead
i -A f6 take more than a superficial interest jn conservation They I Acting Director, senate and the house. The facts are that the bill specifically 'In New Jersey I tried to buy a model A Ford to bl
must\ engage In tree planting but if the right tree Is to be! TJ.S. Coast Geodetic Survey provides that rules and regulations governing fresh water down and convert into a swamp buggy./ One Jew dc
planted, you or somebody in your community is going to : Washington, D. C. fish "shall not apply. to fish In Lake Okeechobee and said to me, ""Bud, I had one model A last month. A i
1 I have to learn something about the trees suited to your par- that part of the St. Johns river north of Volusia bar including from the South offered me one hundred dollars for I
ticular locality. Trees have their likei-, and dislikes, which SIR, IT WAS THE CATFISH STUCK YOU! Doctor's Lake, Dunn's Creek and that part of Lake junk 'heap. And did I grab UJ r What he wanted to M' i are more or less pronounced Very few native trees flourish I Editor The News: Crescent within Putnam county" <_ that ash can, I can't conceive" I,
under city conditions The actual labor of planting the Stuart Is the wont town' on the East Coast I was brought If the bill is not vetoed by Governor Caldwell enforcement Swamp buggies being what they are 'I d
right tree, to suit the soil climate and environment, is not hereby your Chamber of Commerce all the way front Illinois on of lawr against sales of black bam and other Just left the salesman still wondering But I learned qiIv
S { greater than planting the indifferent or worthless. E II. the promise that I would find Florida's Finest Fishing" and rea fresh water fish will bef at a virtual standstill A, black ) that all the model A', formerly in Yankeeland I
("Chinese") Wilson who knew more about trees than any sonable rates. bass from Lake Okeechobee looks just like a black bass long since gravitated to Florida. -
i other man that ever lived, used to say that 20 years of ef. My Ood, I hope I am a Christian, but the way you people have from Lake Talquin. and if the fallowing! offering the fish And In reflection, I learned much about our r h>
fort on growing the wrong tree was a big price to pay for' treated me U enough to change any man's religion. Nine-tenths for sale] says It came from Lake Okeechobee it's going<< to town of Stuart In any and all towns elsewhere in ti
15 ignorance, even when begotten by enthusiasm of your population here are Ignorant Crackers, and the rest are be difficult to prove that It came from Lake Talquin. United States, inevitably' fisherman can be found '
Don't plant any tree because it is cheap. Don't plant descendants of nickel-sgueiJn Southerners that Shermstn overlooked The promotion of fresh water fishing! as a great sports is usually the town bum ; does not work never has wor
i just any tree because you cannot immediately obtain the when he marched through Georgia I guess if I had known attraction in Florida has suffered a severe setback in the and never will work His wife does all that sort of thief
right tree. the kind of people you have here I would have known. what to passage of this bill. Admittedly,. the regulations, against even allows his kids to go without shoes, except for cm
Our civic organizations can carry on this adult educational expect. sale of fresh water fish worked some hardship upon Per. handouts, in the dead of winter. His neighbor points
r J{, campaign by arranging tree programs at least once First, you have Florida's' finest catflshlng t caught slxty-flv sons who were enraged in seining out fish from Lake Okee says, "Behold the town fisherman His Hole ,other-
u year. There are plenty 'of speakers available who have stinking catfish the first day I fished from the city dock. Some chobee and the St. Johns river area. But if these people tribute perhaps Is whisky drlrtkln;. Everybody refer
studied trees, and who are'willing to give their time, their fun One of them stuck me In the leg, and I was lucky not to get were a little more farsighted, they should be able to see him as that."no-count, good-for-nothing Jikker-heaj'
f suggestions and their conclusions to others. Talks Illustrated blood poisoning that they cart make more money renting boats and guiding fisherman who will come to ne good >end."
by pictures are particularly fine because we Americans E.: WARREN 8COFIELD, tporta fishermen than they crfn in offering black baas Well, I have learned that 1ft Stuart. Florida, our h
WAUKEGAN, ILLINOIS for sale by the barrel or the pound. A black bass in the attitu <
a the message i town there are nd such characters such
believe what we see our eyes grasp no
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d civic clubs can give book 1411.. N.... w. .... w.4.. _...... oj Mt.ii 4'.s. off-13". w 1M market may be worth 65 Cents a pound but any fishermanwill ward our neighbors. A in Stuart id tow J:1"
# quicker than do our ears. The re- err .H.V._ TlM l-Mlltrf WMtlMM. wrlltet U I M..*. tree, IcrltlcteM ." M"0 ._ fisherman
a view programs presenting new books about the trees whichare 4. ieftl-Ilot b- H. ....- 160' ... .. a 011,11-thim .W Yet .I.. tell you 'a black bass on the end pf a spo men' line eyes of his fellow townsmen! ?: much like -c .ser'1 fill}
Florida's greatest asset, Several books of this kind -MM .! II.l 4 flB*.l'fmmmlm."mm-mmrlk-:-wri .l-r: == Is worth $5 a pound in tackle and time and boat rental, and beyond reproach. Stuart is the only town in therfV'
i t4 mjtnmmm Soitkmm a _'uwy iplrH M tmmllmrt to ttmmmm.Dli automobile operation and the other costs incidental to a that loes "notworthadamnnellllo'.1Is
t have been published In Florida the past year: *. Urn' .. N nk ml H Jiu<_. 1-m the M. .. kU Mt. ._. lire mrm not stigmatize
1 West & Arnold "Native Trees of Florida" ..o wrp,-..d that, the MU.ll, dM mft.t.I.*...Mr =,=,.r: pelts.1..w ..- fishing trip. if the citizen is seen occasionally,,,carrying a 111'1',
rel.i:le 1t tw the .re.h In .a p.One.d. poi>
David Fairchild : "The World Grows Round My Door"Morton b==oaaOc===oao=== "lOt30l otr=OC pole! To emerge Into'thll open periodically with |
: "Fifty Tropical Fruits", ,"THE EGG OR IT", band Is enough. Once identified as such and alluded'Ia
( I y Sturtock ft-Jflennlnger; "Shade &: Ornamental Trees COME LAUGH fisherman his voice circles weight, not only among
for South Florida and Cuba" I (A Cluck Conversation Tweea Per & Charlies). oao== .Q:: O' ====oao==== ifttan*===o small fry but in,the highest ,political councils of Mil''
t j 1 The widespread distribution of these, books shouldbe Said Charlies rooster to little hen, ,Peg 'Do ya" know tlME: ELEMENT I. County, to say nothing of the upper reaches of Stu
aided and abetted by our civic! organizations so that which came first,' the chick or the ejrirT social sphere. In short In Stuart there ta no limit .1'
the public may be better Informed "That-U a thought" said Pelf to Charlie, "that those At a baptism the proud parents were havW) some !' fisherman's extracurricular activities. A situation pOSltlunIque '
all on this educational campaign creature called "hurnans" have thought of, by golly." difficultly quieting their infant aon. In an effort to put .
Last of we can carry
to support the Florida Forest Service through the column "But I'll never be able to say! ,' cause the after them at ease, the pastor beamed at the, congregation as he II The only behon; Ifl.Martin County of ,mr aequ:
1' of our newspapers. By articles and 'advertising we can me every, day, and yet, if the ego came alter me. that happily remarked, "And the ,baptism of this little baby: ante who hasn't the slightest interest! in'fish w 'II *'
cultivate and broaden public interest in fire protection *ould make me "first". yon see. But if that egg should gives mf"reat pleasure-.it wan luch'a very time with six small children and htt' Tiusbehd. A widow 1
first that should make last here ,Chick ago I married this couple.. -St. Paul Dispatch. .1 The husband died hand and v
We can inspire the planting of more trees. appear, me ; I with a fish pole in hla
1 Through our newspapers we can stimulate our peopleto 'for egg or egg 'fore chick, We "feathered Fluffs" don't JACK, 'OI} ALL TRAWIn they found his boly there was f catfish on the book

protect the trees we have In my part of Florid we have a "kick", _* Anon a school in one of Chicago's poore' districts, a questionnaire I: Am I glad> get back home 1 ,

are having trouble with soil fungus which is destroying was sent home with a new pupil requesting Information i Senate'would 'ji '
( The
1 Australian-pines, Throughout the North SHINE BOARD fUMtton bet me sent'Ent

m&ft1"of of our(One kind or another are destroying millions of Wife: "1 think married men'should! wear something;;' brothers and regarding sisters'the father's'*ome occupation environment'tic.; number,The next ofl: whole rid, world of .fdea'that. when. ;.de)? r' ,.Pefcl''
chestnut It Is important that the public l' dos to J litn .,
trees and \ct.ihoW they"r' married' .t..t.4t 40 i returned with a 0. ,,, ,, '
It told how to take care of the treed!! that we have. ,. (dl's A J_'. \' "
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THX BTCART NTW5. 8TTART, Martin) County, nORmA, THURSDAY, ?WT tl. 1MT. t

Imtu farm. TANK TRAPS FORM SYMMETRICAL PATTERN j{ Hearing On Improvements For. 2 Canals \
1 ,
Arthur Dehon of Dehon ., '
& Son .w

] See Where. la one of the' busiest men I In Will Be Held In Belle .Glade On June 18 fli i > i jI 11A lUrl1

Martin county these days: He ii i
w ii BID' Mit heii J._...!.._.,. -r
u putting forth' every' effort to ---- --- I,' 1
public hearing on Improve- miles of Everglades land Lion will be given to large revere r "
at the railroad complete ,his first unit. of net ments of New North'River and square slble pumping stations at the I 1 It
TII' gates homes East Fourth street for held In lying south and east ot Lake '
on Miami Canals will be { }
nearing completion. lake entrances of the perimeter J1 .
oing art weeko occupancy. Belle Glade city hall June IS at Okeechobee along the main Canals and each of the existing 1'
TIlt parade on Tuesday a Remember; advertising is 10 a. m, It was announced this canals for varying distances up main canals for Hood control or t.
vat considered by many the 'salesmanship In print and It pays week by Willis. E. Teale, district to 20 miles from the lake which I ground-water requl rem e n t f "t II l, r "I
ever had. to advertise suitable for long-term agriculture -
parade Stuart engineer for the War Depart are Large pumping stations also will q
'st\\'here" no question about then Who was It that said: "I know ment stationed In Jacksonville consideration Is given to be considered for the existing Ii I .1;', :I ,
looking 100 per cent bet- what pleasure Is because I have A resolution adopted by a 1 surrounding this area with a canals at the southern and eastern I'
r. it item everyone enteredto done good work?" Congressional committee last perimeter levee and.an Inferior: limits of the area suitable for j I Iagriculture
th spirit of cleanup Month.. Success Is a state of mind July directs Teale to: rim canal. i to deliver flood wa I stars ,
number of people claim with plenty of work The successful Review the report on the 3. Since the present canal to conservatlos areas out It
hert A Is nothing to do In Stuart man will tell you that this Is Caloosahatchle! River and Luke I system,Is Inadequate for present side the prelmeter levee, : f EI; I
Interest. In the put several j the greatest country in the Okeechobee drainage area with and prospective agricultural 4. As much water aa possible j t
Jki we have had the Little world, and Its future. Is assured a 1 view to determining the advis- needs within the protected area, would be Impounded In IJonser 'I i' ,I \
'Hester play, 40 8 and Amert-i The boss was working us quite tblllty of drainage Improvementsand consideration Is given to Improvement va Ion areas between the agricultural ;' i
legion meetings, baseball hard the other day to meet a SIr flood control along New of existing canals, area and the coastal \ r'. 'r'"' \
)ana H plenty' of good "shln: dead-line. Some one said "holdon s North River CAUf, and construction of canals run area for Increase In municipal ,1 I.t', i
ithlng. golf, tennis etc With take It easy Rome wasn't illllliliiilliiiMilPrniiiiliiliiiiiiiiiiiCOUNTY/ fling generally parallel to and water supply soil and water conservation
built In The boss answered between the Miami and North \ 1 :i iI'
,mortal Day coming up with a day ; HAS INTEREST wildlife i benefits and t 'I
activities and graduation excises "Maybee not, but I wasn't Because Martin County New River Canals and betwten amelioration' of winter temperatures "
i the residents of Stuart bossing that Job.* principal Interest In this problem North >N<.w River and Hlllsboro Improvement of spillway l J 11\1\
,aid find plenty to do The board on the'Osceola Avenue Is to seek greater diversionof Canals' structures at the coastal ends of :jf I
One of the moat beautiful side of the city hall which the splllwsten of Lake 3. Sine drainage and groundwater existing canals would be necessary ::1 ,.
Mi in this section are 'theadlolus carries the names of the Martin Okeechobe Into' the ether requirements must often and certain control works I!
In bloom at the Hlron. County veterans, will\ be correct: canals leading from the lake e be fulfilled without delay It Is and outlet channels would be required f d f'
i--- .- the ocean and reduction of the believed that gravity flow wouldbe for emergency drainage !II'!'
flow through the St Luck too slow to prevent frequent" of conservation areas 'during s' "' ,1 1 \ '
WE SELL AND DELIVER 'say Canal a delegation from this damages Therefore, considera I 1 periods of severe rainfall, "
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county Is eiperted to attend
MARL, MUCK, ROCK, SAND AND the hearing at Belle Glade.dhilililunnilleununllnilnilnuunil. } i '( '

SHELLIN Well and Plumbing ;
Cause preliminary examlna Jones Drilling % I
ANY QUANTITY dons and surveys to )be f mule. at } : I
Wit to pleas ; j I ,
West Palm Beach Canal, Hills- Quick Service try you I
See named
From a high point oa the road through Khyber form symmetrical patterns History boro Canal,'New North River I 'lfynuie..r t' \
Pass. northern to India the "dragons'' the pus the "pathway .f the Invaders I
Canal and Miami Canal and ''i ..
C. F. BranfordBoi teeth of tank traps built during World War It Cause preliminary examlna- SYDNEY JONES | j}, I ;
lions and surveys for flood con- 'I J 1
74 Jensen Beach, Fla. ed and brought' to date Harris training for teachers Teacherswill trol and allied\ purposes In the 'I P. O Box 1048 PHONE 292 Stuart Florida ::1 ,

At Jensen Beach Gulf Filling StationBRANFORD'S Lowery, Jr commander of the CHILDREN GIVEN be paid on a 12-month basis, Jalooeahatchle River and Lake ___ _____ I
for 10 I
for duty
American Legion states be available Okeechobee drainage areas for
months School principals will be drainage Improvement and flood
Theproper place to start curbIng on duty the entire year. control along New North River
NEW DHL1English
crime \Is not In the electric I
ERVICE GARAGEGULF choir. but |In the high chair. V The provisions for kindergartens Canal. SAILFISHINGSPECIAL ': ft,
Junior colleges and special Interested parties are Invitedto .
Herby restaurant In the Rice I courses for exceptional or give Information concerning ,
PRODUCTSNew hotel has made a noted Improve Cites Worthiness of handicapped children, vocational the character of Improvements '
ment to their place. Four large Revised State School training and adult education. desired and to give specific data w Li : '
.and Used Tires All Sixes plate glass windows have been ProgramTallahassee 6 The longer school term on the suggested means of accomplishing \\1.
Installed on the north side of the
Lubrication; ; and Batteries which provides for 180 days of such Improvements fl'
Washing, building ) May new Especially are they Invited to
months .
You hear almost every day on school bill signed ,Into law by school a year, nine full data the economic : 1
7 A. M to 7 P. M, 1. The requirement that all present on 4T
Open the street "lets go fishing Governor Caldwell: May 20 will superintendents hold acertificate benefits to be derived from the" Summer Rates 1//
Seven Day A Week The Victory hotel and the St. give the school children of Florida county improvements which may justify .
based on a
Lucle Bar buildings are undergoing a "new deal" In education, Federal participation In their

Located */. Mile S. of Jensen BrideLUMBER a white paint Job This la according to Colin English college placing degree of superintendents, thus assuring with the construction Week Days ... .. .., .... $40
a real Improvement to the town State Superintendent of Public Teale office also announced -
.and will help show the people Instruction, knowledge t. The school of building problems fund that It Is its Intention to Sunday .. ... ...$45
passing through that this Is The Florida school head;" long which allows the State to alloc- present a comprehensive plan
clean and progressive community an advocate of the provisions of ate funds for county school building for' flood control In the Everglades FOR ENTIRE PARTY UP TO 10 OR 12

the new bill, hailed the measureas I construction. The State which will Include features Propeller Shafts, All Sizes, Made While You Wait. I
A mistake amongst friends is one of the greatest, "If not school room developed and coordinatedby
allocate $300 a
soon forgotten, amongst enemiesIt the greatest" steps ever, taken In to will be matched with $100 a schoolroom the Corps of Engineers and Store your boat with us for the summerTOLEY'S I
-r .Is magnified a thousand fold the field of education In the from county funds. features advocated by the Everglades -
and Let'i be slow to criticize history of the State. Drainage District the U., .
Credit where credit Is due.The English estimated that under S. Department of Agrlctulture BOATYARDS \

Building leader of the "kitchen band the new program a total of 50 HEALTH CROUP NAMES Soil Conservation Service and
Mrs. Harris Lowery, 8r. and the of Stuart Old Dixie
million dollars a year would be MISS .HULZ SECRETARYThe several Individuals and Miles South on
leader of the Girl Scouts Mrs spent on the schools by the State A brief description of agencle"j Salerno' Florida I II
Materials Jolly Boron. deserve much and the counties Martin County Tuberculosis la given as follows: )
a credit for the training of such The heart of the new program and Health Association 1. Since there are about 700 .
organizations The public In general Thursday elected Miss I
Is the minimum foundation program -
are more plentiful very seldom realizes the which attempts to- assure I Amy Huts secretary for a two-I' '
time and the effort required In equality I of opportunity fpi> the year term to succeed Leon L.

We May Have What You Need such trainingLet Florida school!-child regardlessof Leona, Jr. who Is moving to 'I
and Martin
boost Stuart :
a the wealth of the county he Ohio.
'or. That New Home Be Sure to See Us! County. lives In.English. Miss Catherine Bam and
Tom Collins has already started listed the hlghpoints of Miss Alva Ray, field staff members .d
AL SHRIGLEY Mgr. to enlarge his service stationon the program as: of the State Board of
the federal highway Three 1. The teacher salary Increases Health, conferred with group I 41
East Coast Lumber one-thousand gallon gas tanks which will'be given on the basis concerning the mobile X-ray
are on the property for Installation of and training with unit' to be In Martin County .
experience .
Three additional gas pumps particular emphasis en teachers i June 12-25. It was decided to fl
and an additional/ eating stand who are college graduates, thus have the unit visit Hobe Sound
& Supply will be erected to take care of assuring better qualified teachers Indlantown, Salerno and Jensen
the big trucks as well as the Increase In the schools. :Beach as well as Stuart.

Phone 22 Stuart,. Florida In his business The reorganization of county Miss Flora Stanley county Il I
Kenneth Stlmmell of Stuart school boards cal ng for five school hires, will assist Miss Lalnderallo4j 1 4
Service is landscaping and Improving member boardV elected by a Ray In a survey of each community : ,
the grounds around the county wide vote, eliminating to arrange a time schedule -
Stuart hotel. "district favoritism" by making and to solicit volunteers
r1 EASfIATfASTtR : The Stuart Jaycees Sail fisher 'I members responsible to the entire I for registration and records. It

I'f'" ;tt... ,. .-- "V' ball team won another game county At the end of their was reported the unit can handle ,
Sunday beating Clewlston 4 to present terms members will serve i 100 persons an hour. Operating tth4 i
IIVICI 0. Nice going fellows keep. up without payS hours were set for'10 to 12 a. m.
SUMMER the good workKIWANIANS. .' n The consolidation of tax and 2 to 4:JO p, m.
) districts Into one county wide Fast President Arnold Bauer
SHOWNTECHNICOLOR district In each county, effectiveIn reported on meeting of the association AUTOMATIC HOME LAUNDRY
January. which he attended recently THE

MOVIES 4. Oreater emphasis or.better In Miami and HaYana.GREEN'S : 4
Three rolls of motion pictures r' i
, In technicolor taken by LarryShoemaker I with'

h a winter visitor here RE.VERSO.ROL '
-MIAMI from Lakewood Ohio' were FUELOF *
I ; shown Klwanlan at their week' m l Mor. thorough waihtnoiand I r
ly noon meeting at the Woman tinting' f
, Club Friday. Shoemaker sent the FORT PIERCE
films to Olen DeBarry who op- ROTO-DRIER ; Jai ,

erated the .projector ,for this I J 'S Damp dries. dripless, reedy .''I'Ir

II showing Sug=eats 1 for' Ih. It... I
The films showed scenes at .
, the Shark Industries at Salerno TOP-Fll.DOR
d dI fishing In the Oulfstream and THAT YOU LISTEN TO,THEIR I .' t I n* P.0 -:-:. ;j-
dV St. Lulce River and scenes at t ,
dd It's waist/ /Mgh
V OAIM, famous Florida showplaces including DAILY RADIO '
d Martneland at Bt Augustine SAFTI-IATCH At .

I, n'l.pov.d Silver Springs and Bok PROMPTLY AT 12i30( P. M t 5' Protects' cor.lsse Angers I Irc
Tower at Lake WalesMembers 1
d .
and Steeds '
oI of
voted acceptance
five amendments to the clubs MONDAY THROUGH ,SATURDAY-WIRA "":- I .. HYDRO.PEL DRIVE tq

I is speed ad puhs ethtl t). s..d) LIsa1 p..sre4 by-laws Marshall as of presented,the committee by David on H. T..Hammer' '.I. Scientifically/ times washing t

. e..ld.. np.rke lead a.eela. Ikrthhsad M e..aw regulations bOo and rinsing cyces.A / I ,,
...vJl.e ban |N.kase.pls law
II i *M with v.ataf d.een.t.n ,
ad l Ists.dlete p.Ws. 1' LARGER CAPACITY
miles storm le Ckiraao.Eaftsae CUT .
f, ,y
10 'Ml pounds dry weight. q
........ CMch$ lt| NMtMM. .4 NIW
tad tree anent .sad up" Lixiry CeKk. Palm Beach Directory I GREATER ECONOMY h4Saves

( us: AM L. Isd..atw! .:..:- fir; ':"rM .. West ,
a '50 AM A.. &. Aspen..L..:; Bo aal .... I vie of lust water,
10:42: AM Ar bass Reach ....U :i i.S ikM; dhr4 the tart WHEN IN WEST PALM BEACH seep, electricity./
: west Sew east
: H IIHOAMArTil.: .tN. ..._..... L.. 1SS7: rM,. ..... hnoy.I THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE. : YOUR PATRONAGE
I 11:51: AliI An '. ........"".Lv. SOS: Psiu .

: N M ......._L.. ,:A PM'" Town-Leesge sat Noose HAWTHORNE Think of It I AH you do Is dries! your clothes dewy" fresh mil''
I N vw. hti.Lw : 6

, :1:1: : k.: =tlm.: ,kitaM ekeit.it. ;;:;;; ROOFING CO. put clothes in Lsunderall! ready itself and for the shuts line.itself It even off. Let cleans uswashing
twitch and
LI4 PM A, West P.I.knh..Le. 115: rM hM 1st : bead soorwo-SHtrr MITAL add soap-flip a : your
t. f 211Pte Asp: Lag. WwN. --", La: IIOO; PM sew .. IILATneo.vUTLATrrdWATWa00HMO ie don I I' Launderall docseverything' demonstrate Launderall't outstandln -
... will
I It 2.51 'M AI, DoIr., ..... _.... D:41: ,.. fttIoa OPTICLUI' -: OrroetrslmeOL5MATII. advantages to todayyou'llnever
PM be epeeet.d re the elte for you tutamatlcaHfWatties | you
. : .
PM ,.. Pre Lsebsdal..Le. oa' OUYa
i1 ,
: PM seer M this trde be satisfied with j lese,
I I Pit A. ieaJs .ed w.Lv. .... \double rinses and spin !
4:00: m Ai bust -=::.Liss 1:45M: elm M -

Fee telosieq.s41!!MWaI5as! BADCOCK'S ,BOB'SSAFE ,

Tel.p one 25y 'B12 Clematis St. A LOCK\ WORKS Martin County Electric Co.

t _. n-- ,: "F.rakswe; aad' Ml first BV: >:- Phone TIM. 1 t.

.11-. Fv.iat.hsge We repair Anything- a DEHON BUILDING 1"c HON ,,h! "J. KE I.

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,I- ( f""+ ous tiger milk tree of Arabia.I DISC PLOW C : WIDE FURROW __ 'Coon Trap I FERTILIZER: AVAILABLE 'ROTARY --

t Editorial Break off a branch and outpours Washington May at The CLUB \
.I 'II'III a quart of Scotch. fertiliser Inatisvy made It pWslble STUA T JIo. ...

I r Odds and Ends o--o--o Catches ThiefIn for American farmers to iswoy mrIatO
I' II I la all seriousness, Bret McCoy use more commercial fertilizer atAPd.fV'JAMFA
'I ''I suggested another. good Idea having had used In : .
: I In 1 1048 they [ ::, I.) .
to do with trees "That pond ?
I : 1 Fort Myers any. previous year.TILTON'S
Ben Into
1 ) McCoy Urged the out on Fourth Street;'" he said.-,
t Ir ...
r office Friday with t couple otdeas referring to what we call "the -- --
a'' ,' ) which were "the McCoy". tr: -- -
hospital pond"-"would make a News-Press) --
(Fort Myer
t t'ou"folks, he said, "are always
'" I beautiful mirror pool There are qtk'b
{j' pluming flowering tree qy a Somebody! had been reaching SUNDRIESDRUG
} of beautiful,
Why don't you advocate: a practl- already couple ventilator the
In through
I .I'' 1 eal tree-like the milk tree of Royal Palm along It. Why not
I i South America. Just cut,a hole plant Royals all around It. You' side of E. C. Rogers' package SUNDRIES COSMETICSSUN
((1 / In It and out pours a quart of store on Anderson Ave. and stealIng -
r, f nil*." would create a marvelous beauty an occasional pint of liquor TAN OIL SUNSHADES, SUN CLASSES I

a. Ben U we at start anything like spot with those graceful trees right off the shelves inside.That' CANDIES TOBACCOS JEWELRY; ,
I that In Stuart tome guy brighter reflected In the black mirror of
: I than us will Introduce the fam the water.1 the proprietor
I city police a couple of day ago
to seta SANDWICHES 1
i.. adding that he proposed
6 \ r 'coon' trap to catch the thief NEWSPAPERS MAGAZINES"We
, :: LIST your Rooms, Apartments and Rental Okay, said the police go ahead ,
i .t .;' 1 Homes with u. and trap 'em. '
r Rogers did. Late Monday.nlght, I -
: I' f'; L. FULFORD R In the dark of the moon two
.. .. the Beit" ..c"We
Sell Service
0'- '
4 -- stealthy figure crept up to the the Rm:
: 4
I .,:l.l E.lal. < ; h turns a Uip of earth' across the plain near Wildhorae, Colo. side of the store. One boosted the

: 1311Eu..INC: <: RENTING 1----. of II\ acres an hour moves other to his shoulder and the BARTLETT BROS.
rnorrflTY\ MANAGEMENT PACKET top man Inserted his arm In a"plntsize"
( I Writs, P. 0- Box NI). 4 hole that had rotted
c ;' 321 North Colorado Avenue from the ventilator. Fingers Irons APPLIANCES Toaster
: groped along the shelf, seekingthe
Phone 317 of bottle. f
; familiar shape a
t tuarl, Florida WAFFLE IRONS
Suddenly' -snap I Cold steel bit

\ viciously Into flesh and bone FANS MIXERS'

......... There was an agonized scream
-- --- ------ --- ---
::1 and the low man on the human 317 'Otceola Ave. Phone Stuart 20)
I totem pole fled, leaving his com

MARTIN COUNTYWELL panion literally hanging In the .
M 'coon' trap The victim writhedto

the roof of the building, and
I DRILLERSAll p finally tore his hand loose.
But the noise had aroused "JOE"r
Types of Pumping Jake Outlaw a, negro who lives I

NEW nearby. Rushing to the scene he 941 MOSLEYPLUMBINfi
EQUIPMENT apprehended Howard West, 21-
.. '..,... year-old negro who was more I ,

than willing to tell patrolman ,
t \, the name of his accomplice. The

J ,,.. \\'. ,( U. "" 'Office I' other negro, 17-year-old Arthur JOBBING CONTRACTING
Greene. was arrested yesterdayand PROMPT;" EFFICIENT SERVICE

both are lodged In the county ALL WORK GUARANTEED

\ Jail charged with attempting. to Phone308 .'
break and enter.

I Rogers 1* pretty modest'aboutthe ,

d "We Sell, the Best"I) I"W Service the Rest" The Golden title, one of the last ot the famous collision tore a S-ft. hole In her hull and the whole thing. "I figured a'coon' I 1--
trap wu about the right
I old packet boats on the Mississippi River lies sank quickly.. All passenger and crewmen were said. I
,i I 'Iae,; he
BARTLETT BROS. partly submerged after running aground on the saved PROTECTYOUR

I .. bank of an island near irand Tower III. The BIDS BEING RECEIVED
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iiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiititiiiiiiiiiii FOR STATE POSITIONS .
Washers NORGE
Ironers daughter Miss Margaret, who CLOTHESHave
have been guesl: of Mrs. C. H. open competitive

I'' t REFRIGERATORS JENSEN BEACH NEWS Munch returned to their homeIn examinations In the Florida for State all positions Employment your Winter Clothing, Blankets, etc.. Dry

i ELECTRIC STOVES GAS Waycross, Oa./ Sunday. Service and for clerical Cleaned and either Moth-Proofed or' Put in Motk-
[ : and Proof Bag for the Summer Take of
r lv Charlotte IlellierIIIIIItllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll STAMP WILL HONOR stenographic positions advantage ow
I r, ( : ,317 Oiceola Ave. Phone Stuart 209hi. I,I I I t l l l 111 I I I I I 1111111111111111111111111 I I I U U I Ito AMERICAN DOCTOR with the county health Famous Berlou Moth-Proofing Service

Mite Nancy dasscr. daughter: Improve greatly over last 1 ion Crippled, Florida Children'Industrial .
u .. .... unlta'i
Washington May 39
donations *
year's *
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Gasser I ion, State Board of Health
t Sir Samuel Luke Fildes' famous
was among the nearly 1,000! Mrs. Adolph a-tel;: wad hostessto I painting "The Doctor," 'picturing State Welfare Board are GEORGE KEITH

{ 1 LOTS FOR PENSIONERS students who were \graduated her bridge club at SeymoursTuesday I* doctor at the bedside of a sick ing received by the office I

from ,Stephens Collet;;;, afternoon. Two tables child will be reproduced on the Florida Merit System In Talla
..00'. $JO to $200 hassee. The closing date for receipt Martin Cleaners
l'' Colum.j' County
were In play and ptlate were won three-cent
r bla, Mo.1; Tuesday. Th< stamp to be l Issued ,
: > WATERFRONT PRIVILEGES members; of the high school by Mrs Laura Howard and Miss i by the Post Office DepartmentJune and the of application examinations I II June frill beheld 7.i ,..... .. .
Elizabeth Robertson.. Others t to honor the doctors of Phone 190 : toe
I P. O. Box
; Pavement and Sidewalks graduation class of 112. This afterward. .
". H in front of every lot. playing were l..r*. A. t Emerson I America. shortly

See year's graduating class Is distinguished Mrs. Lewis Oamble, Mrs. R. S. The stamp Will be placed on ... _

: I ': by the fact that Dr. Robertson, Mrs. C. H. Alderman first day sale at Atlantic City

James Madison Wood presidentOf Miss Oeorgla\ Turner and. Mrs. N. J, where the American Medical .1.J. :,
: ; .t: t;. J. Ward. Society will bo observing, Its I
( OTTO K[ the college for (he past 35j I '
UBIN The children of the Jensen tooth anniversary. 1 '''iI""
1 will receive his diploma ,
t years,
:i., +, Beach school enjoyed a picnic Flldes, an English artist was ..
along with the members, of the, Thursday celebrating the close born In 1844 and died In 1927. He

; senior clius. The honorary A. ut the school. An all-day outing first exhibited "The. Doctor" In

degree which will be A'I i was enjoyed with a ride to the 1802 and the painting now hangs
COMMERCIAL and AERIAL upon him will be the tlr canal locks to ace a demonstration In the Tate Gallery In England.
to be given In the 114-year of a boat being taken The stamp\ will be maroon In
:' tory of the college; \! and will be through i the lock. and ending color and of special delivery
to : PHOTOS added to the Impressive ll.st of with a picnic at the 8. W. Tray- slzei '. .
L .i those he has already received. I lor estate at Fort Bewail The The 1947 edition of the Post. r
I PHOTOGRAPHS WILL. HELP YOU MAKE THAT Dr. Wood who has developed trip was made In the school bus Office Department's booklet ""Description ,
4' ''SALE Stephens College Into an Inter and several parents accompanied : of U. 8. Postage

: PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE GUARANTEED nationally known educational'' Uic pupils\ and teachers Stamps" now available through
I. Institution for women liming his William T. Martin and B. D. trut Superintendent of Documents -
I administration, with un enrollment Martin left Tuesday for a visit Government Printing/ Office \
TROPICAL PHOTO SHOP II that has grown from 53 to I with relatives Kentucky and Washington 29, D. C.. at a .:

more than 2,200 will formally Ohio Martin -then will go to coat of 45 cents. .
y Krueger BJdg. Neat To Western Union .
retire! on June 3. At time lit Mesde, Md. for a two-week ----- --
I he will be succeeded by Dr. visit with his son and family, U ROLLINS GRADUATES

\ --- Homer Price rtalney former and return home about June 20 Winter Park, May '29-Ninety- r

I head of the American Youth) Miss Elizabeth Robertson has: five seniors, the largest graduating -
( Commission who has scrrd an returned from a two-week'Visit class In the history of Rollins ,

esldent of Krutiklln College.: with, her cousin, Mrs. Robert College\ will be candidatesfor
WIRA Buckncll University and the Darker In Atlanta. degrees at the annual Commencement -
University of Texas. Dr. Tlulnry J. M. Kllng of Georgia was the exercises Monday In !

: recently received the Thomas guest of his son and daughter- Knowles Memorial Chapel, President j
1400 ON YOUR DIAL Jefferson award! for-1943 In the m-law, Mr. and Mrs Joe Kllng Hamilton Holt announced

Mutual field! of t'CfllcaUoq. \thin week. yesterday;' T ,010
I Broadcasting System 1;
i Commencement activities at A. L. Ca.q| of take City is thr -- --- .. 1
GOOD LISTENING EVERY DAY. Stephens beguA" with the final guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. S FISH RULING MADE .. aa alaoei
formal dinner May 15, followedby
Robertson and Tallahassee
family. May 29 OuUofState
t ALL DAY ON the senior prom on two con-1 Mrs. T. R. Ilclller has returned anglers are now entitledto ,

secutive night.May 16 and 17 from a three-week visit with her transport only one day's bag I "j
WIRAng In the Lela Raney Wood ball- parents!, Mr, and Mrs. J. N. Harmon limit of'fresh water fish across "
tom at the College with music in Blackwood va. the State boundary, Ben C. Morgan .AND DONT .
by Ted weem'i orchestra.A I THE MAKHES!
MarUn Si. Lncte tad 'Indian Rue Cowitia concentrated, five-day program Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Papso- director of the Game and
dera and daughter Miss Angle Fresh .Water' Fish. Commission
of activities for the
Our Martin County Representative 114th I and son, Al. left Sunday for their has announced. .
I senior class started with
I home In Olen Head. N. y, They _
MRS. FRANCES C. SMITH the presentation of the com have spent the season hen. 0 MATCHES Y t
Phone mencement play "The Seven .r.."ne Fire Wolfs"d! & //1
119-W Stuart, Florida A NEW BOOK FOR first ?.. i
Sisters. The annual water
carnival t Mrs. C.:W. Browning of Tallahassee GROWERS :! '

t th, C-mmencement,at the Stephen horse lake show and Is the guest of her-brotb- Hatchet, in their place are useful and J rlghli I to/too/ I. all ire.:

.. er-ln-law and 'sister, Mr. and Both are good servants and the
took place the following day.A Mrs. W. B. Tllton. poorest of uuuten.

Repair! For: .Spring the full flay program preceding was the plannedfor com* I and Mr.family and\ Mrs.have Clifton taken a Bownds cqttagt You need nulehe.; in the wood., but leI the flame) of every luatek _

mencement exercises, Includingthe 545p. 140 strike be
annual awards convocation,,I at Sunny Acres for the summer. I OadANfNT.I. you iu own reminder of the danger that .lark 1 la H. I' ft

We arc now receivingmany the senior dinner and II farewell 1 i 1 Jensen In Beach the graduating Is welt I represented class. 1 TREES. Werer trust m.lcK to be one: Break lu Criiil Iii remain into *. .

pagent and program/ honoringDr. at Martin County IIIg11 School very beet powder
them deep into the
hard-to-get item Wbod.pugh 1 louse PLO0tOA Ad0 Ca.AA pros r
r ,I Sterner, president of this year.diplomas The :following Roberta will Nuner.receive earth. If you 'are. with other; stamp that

the board of curators of the college 'Jerry McQfresh, Warren and march long enough for to redl-
delivered a brief Commence everyone ,
ment address, summing the Jerry Snipes*Qeorge Gideon and Just what r" Uexaggerated. '.
up ,Lewis Gamble. you are doing 1 *
See us for screen, screen doors, 35-year term 0'( *Dr. Wood aa i Mrs W. O. Townsend and MUM Q Youwitsbehanding oats Ttloa.Lie ,eQ
president of the college, and .
window frames, fancy grilled {Margaret Lee of Waycroea, Oa.. leiMn
other special features will highlight : -one that rosy prevent a diMMtrou*
the of
doors I are guests lhalr. aunt
screen etc. j. the occasion t|Mrs.. C. H. Munch. On Thursday forest fire when. you are many! 'miIe.tray

:; accompanied by Mrs1.W.B. Good- .
The second 'regular
meeting of the Jensen Unit No. f. 'f
rich Mrs. J. W. Lee Mrs.
C. B.
120 American Legion-Auxiliary, ITu;_oe ,. ,/AiiMMiNan \
All Munch and Mrs H. W. Munch ?
Mill-Work Handled at Times was held May It In Town Hall. / *7\c G. .
they motored to Key West on asightseeing
It was decided only one meeting
would be, held In June, July, trip, returning
August and September The Saturday; Cloth $$3.50[ Paper 2.50
Mr. and Mrs. C
CASA anr ,
surprise package for the evening Order from
[was won by Margaret Holt Clara<< Charles nounce the Norris arrival"niton of Jr.a, bornMonday son, Edwin A. M nning r Tai*., Advertisement Sponsored by

Vaught rehabilitation ,chainman "To Flowering Tree Man"Stuart
at Martin County Hospital
PHONE 66 asked the members to get 14
Florid R
I ,
busy ton their articles for the : ? i L T C T tLiz
s1at, r4 oe
,Christmas un boss as vwant ... 4
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liiUiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii/ / 111111I111111I11I111I1111I1LATE' / / people with. opportunities that TOWERS GUARD FLORIDA'S FORESTS HOLIDAYS REVIEWED .11 i .r;.
Florida State Chamber of Commerce > : :

EO TO CLASSIFY exist As the commission Is now Two-Headed Jacksonville May 29 Flor- survey reveals. In aft j ,- 1.11

"r fenced In It must buy ill of IU Ida's retailers In 71 communities cases, It Is either Wednesday or ".1,' ) ;

'.' By Russell Kay newspaper advertising outside 31' Kitten Is BornWest are agreed that there should bea Thursday and because of this ( 11:

lllliii'"i"_ ,"' ''''''"''"''"'III''III........,.,.."...''IIIII11''IIIIIII'............................Iltl'.'.'..''./'.'.'"''"''"''"''11I"'''''"' the State It may buy advertising half-a'-midweek-holiday, and 24-hour difference the Slat "1 t ,
do observe one '
they but
only magazines of national they; : 't"
I Chamber moved to make I \
his excellent column "Be- sons why,ft portion of our State circulation It may buy; no out- Palm fceacn, May; 29 are not all agreed community- was .' I
j the Front Page" In: the j advertising investment should be door ,advertising within the Nature tricks Saturday wise, that Is, that the half-holi the study In the Interest of corn l' :

nl Herald.serious John Pennekamp spent within the State. First, It the State.be out-of Its radio advertisingmust morning played on Sadie, pet cat; at day-should fall on Wednesday._-,-a merclal l _and_oavele-- t t, 4 :
I a the Is to on State networks
thefState program be
usher which Ads more, funds appropriated expandedand In It Is limited In the making and the home of Jack Holt, 138 Avon- i t '

sin*' Commission operates, the years to come. It Is imperative circulation pf motion picturesand dale Ad, when she produced a ,
i a t It may spend no part tha{'w "..11' Floridians on In preparing purchasing and litter which Included one two- Ut1 L'I

e$5W,000 annual appropriaFlthln the program and enlist their distributing by mall of advertising headed black and ,white' kitten, g i f
the Stats.s sympathetic support Second, it literature and other' material .; i
born dead the
8 'result" !fie states, "the la not enough to bring people to ). Palm ( ; ,
mission hall difficulty 'In Florida, we have a selling Job The principal defect of these Post reported. 1 M.Bi u0d In ;'II'' ,I' I
Actually, the freak could bet.
,I' Itself back to the people to do after they get here! and II restrictions, Pennekamp points Y ter be described as two-faced, MILES. MONTHS, DOLIA1S { I
Thus, while It may out, "Is that they; make difficult b PSIo "
orida. we use some of our advertising The still-born kittle had one'' GOODYEAR a ,
doing an outstanding Job money to acquaint them with the tylng-in of the State'stures J I "
head with a single set of ears, IS THE 1211/ : I,
folks who put up the that are made by private '
Florida opportunities and advantagesthat but i \
faces including "
cy ire little of what the Florida offers the home- advertising with the expendl- mouths noses and eyes The t ;:r } I'1
agencies such attractions, ,
million Is accomplishing, cain seeker and Investor while they as twin faces were set sidebysideSiamesetwinfashion
mor 'or less accidentaln" are within the railroads, hotels and Individual
State It will
pay; communities. I I GOOD/YEAR \ .
handsome dividends Dr John R. Wells veterinarian ,
,t ..legislature ,in MtUnn up Unfortunately Floridian t Expenditures through these .'said It was the first feline 11'',
eommlsslon restricted its themselves are not fully aware' private' and public agencies are birth of this kind he had everheard .ICte TIRES It I q( I
vlly with the (deft Of pre- ,of what tills State possesses In' considerably heavier than the i dUn his 25 of I
ini abuws They reasoned I the way' of resources and opportunities -] State appropriation but the years practice Long miloag.-they revelIn ,/ 11;

If all funds were spent out The commission Is: State setup Is so designed thatIt 1931 1936 1941 ;'lVs fairly common among rolling up records More i r '

late, Florida would be bettered specifically instructed to "create I well".could be a clearing house calves", he said But this it the months of service they / i i" .I
dflcb 1t was unnecessaryspend 'and build Florida Industries to for a coordinated program Whew woodliiub '*r< burnt ever (reeds 1 and M.)llin( tract first time t ever heard of It hap have stronger lira bodies, to I ''tt t ti

State money to tell promote commerce and the sale "While the State; commission sri killed. Grewlh 4J( larger trees It teUrdrd Help protect" our pening among cats." better able to take. neaps. I; i
idiMii about Florida. of Florida products and encourage is hemmed In, other Florida forests, Be careful with ..lche., cigars cigarettes and ....pfire.. I Dollars i1 I,;!
i argument sounds logical the employment of Florida agencies have found a con- : they don't :d
,ur'tkinklnf stops there, but siderable value In promotional STATE MARKETS REFLECT I
citizens and raise the earn cost a penny IjJI!
experienced merchandiser ing level of Florida rslden ta." programs within the State, Governor Weeps Crocodile Tears CHANGE OF SEASON I more f1"** P
1.1 i.
M jon thht "point of sale" Millions of dollars are lying among these the Florida Power I i ioo.i:* ,.
cUsliig is the most effective Idle within the State that could and Light Company and the Jacksonville May 29-(FNSi- 13 ]

profitable that money can be directed Into sound Florida Florida National Group of' Banks On Death of .Conservation Idea Activities on the 27 units of_theFolrlda USE OUR EASY PAY PLAN ,ley+ ; I'i i I
.. ; : "These and similar agencies State Market system, ''C 1
Investments If effort a NEW TIRES >
j an were made available in fromthe I I w I I
a report
proceed on the theory that Flor- ,
here are two very good reap made to fully acquaint \our own 1 LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE DESERVE ;
Tallahassee Millard
ida expansion can be stimulated Oov I offices of Director WilliamL. r \
by informed Florida residents Caldwell Monday let the bill: tlonality may bo questioned, but Wilson, reflect a change of i FOR YOUR OLD TIRES NEW TUBES'' I j \ ,
its and I hope will,
I passage may "
and that any expansion reflects ,eliminating penalties for violating : 1 arouse the responsible citizenry season with new vegetable crops ;. .I''
Itself in enlargement of their game and fish 'commissionrules coming In. Markets were reported '.. 'ill
of Folrida to in
business Thus the company : on Lake okeechobee and, genuine concern at or near peak activities for : 1 1I

'UGATE and GREENLEES II the' State is a principal Chamber power sponsor of Com-of 'the without St. Johns his signature river become although law:' the"I matter.shall neither approve norveto the Four week livestock ending auctions Saturday. pro- Wiley Motor Co. ;;i' :tE! !

merces industrial) research he said "It \Is not In the Interest: Ihs bill The judgment of duced $$31.300.42 as follows: Plant .
h Engineering:\ ; : Surveying, Blue ,Prints I It uses the materials program developed of conservation." I the legislature will stand" City, $2,300.70; Quincy, $313074; North Federal Highway Stuart Florida ., Jt I! : ,

by the Chamber to pre- "It't passage may, and I hope: The bill wipes) out the statutory Jay, $6,(73.70 and Arcadia, $18.- fw'l : '
pare attractive folders and other will,.arouse the responsible clti- penalty for violation of 89528. 1
Estimates S Submitted on Request easily read matter for distribution senry of Florida to genuine con: game and fresh water fish com PROPERLY BALANCED WHEELS help to give j;II 1 '
cern In the matter" he declared' mission rules Insofar as all of .' '
where It wlU attract attention -
, smoother ride. Out-ol balance wheels
03 E, 4lh STREET STUART, FLORIDA and do good." In a mimeographed letter he Lake Okcechobct and the St. you a '
The Intelligent use of a portIon prepared to send to several hundred i Johns river from Volusla bar to STOPS directly or Indirectly cause abnormal lira wear. A\li\1 j

PHONE 311 of the State advertising fund sports fishermen who asked the ocean are concerned. However 666 CHILLS Make this small extra Investment in comfort ,,1! t

within Florida would do muchto that he veto the measure i It leaves I In effect all laws: and laving Stop in at Tire Service) Headquarters ;, p ''j i iI
sell the to Floridians "Majorities of 'both the house governing Baking of block bass a., 4.1..1.1; mFEYER I
program i ee > r:: today for new Goodyear tires, mounted i f
and at the same time would helpto and senate,direct representativesof In effect, it reopens to com. .:: 2 LN.IN!J 1'. ..
THIS MONTH STUART HAS SET, ASIDE cash In'on the prospects who the people front every section] merclal net fishing those waters ;LV mb i or.ioiO I.,' "': ..M C..e.w..M tap I balanced by> "Wheel Specialist S 'k jf tl'tl'and
AS, CLEAN UP AND FIX UP MONTH. are already in the state. We are of the state and reflecting varying I which have been closed by game ue ree _
DON'T FORGET"YOUR now In the position of the merchant points of view, have approved commission order since'' last Oct. I 1 I..
who spends money to get this bill I ," the governor said 1. .
: SIGN"LET customers. Into his store and then "The subject matter Is controversial The supreme court has upheldthe You Can Now Buy I n G""
: but the bill resolves at
makes no effort to sell them game commission order as I
after they; enter his door. least for the present, a conflict superior to a legislature act which f VENETIAN BLINDS
US REPAINT AND LETTER YOUR'SIGN in Intents between the com] sought to Continue commercial I I
4-H RECOGNITION DUE4H mercial fishermen, who have for'
CALL US TODAY fishing in the area by dellgnat.1
Club members In Florida years earned their living In these ing the two bodies as '4 -
CHAS. ,BOXWELL again have an opportunity this waters and the advocates of pro: The court ruled that the game I 1s
RAINS BLDG.. year to win special recognitionfor tection for game fish. I board has completed authority 1 OuTR To PIT Ou'P O'GQ() \ X41
PHONE 103-M methods that willsimplify under the constitution to make VENETIAN
developing CONCERN IN MATTERTheTblll' .1 I SLINbl YOUR WINDOW YENETIA"" otisonu
their I farm and home I ,fUi.regulations but "
-itr'--T-:: ; _---.l--- jobs. Recognition In the form of '' Is not"in the interest =:t:1 legislature can :set theypenalty CALL 225 .

merit awards will be given on of conservation and Its eonUtu-: for vtoiai.ort of the rules. 1 -- LET ONE OF OUR RE.PRESENTATlnS 1 i
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: PAiNT county State and national MEM'l'RE YOUR WINDOWS AND nu.: YOU JUST

CLARK'S SHOPOVER levels In the 4-H better methods Florida Wildlife Group Will HOW EASY IT IS TO OWN QUALITY TItASO BLINDS. ;
electric- activity; the national You Can Purchase Direct From Factory !
A&P committee on Boys and Girls DRAMATICALLY
We Club Work has announced ....... I. .t I. MANUFACTURING I CO. ;
are prepared to handle Job tsars .10 sears TRASO
any type Pitch Big Barbecue June 15 eu-.lendlne, ream'- a.renis.. .. O.r I''" M'' II of --ne- ..... ,
AUTOMOBILE PAINTINGLET EXHIBIT SITE NAMED .Cu.ull'..... er.v/de/ Vee-ti-n.. I.......Blind',...nhie. u.',.n...1. t'ORT ee FIERCE U.: a.'Monk t'WRIJA P. Mils
Tallahassee 29 rw ( Petersburg; Taer in YUUk _...,. DL- 'i
US May St. The Florida -...:: I--.h: I'IIONE 225 I'. O. BOX: tOll l
MAKE THE OLD CAR LOOK LIKE NEW "':'Florida'* first! archeologicalfield Wildlife, Federations "pit roas-I WHIPS MACHINE t
NO JOB TOO xhlblt will be located at .
LARGE OR TOO SMALL terum" at the Jaycee Beach Clubon
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Estimates Submitted! Without ObligationW. the site of the Lake Jackson the afternoon of June t with
I Indian Mounds a few miles northof approximately 1000 noted authors -

R. CLARK, Proprietor Tallahassee according to announcement writers Illustrators and .
I made by State Park radio commentators; and other HOW CAN YOU LOSE ?

--!----.:.... -- Director.U. O Scoggln. Florida sportsmen as Its guests.
-- -- -- ---- ,
will be an outstanding event of -
the six day annual national con Hen i is an unbeatable combination '

t+ CALL US FOR YOUR,. NEEDSPhone of vention America of thte which Outdoor open'*,Writers In St. for building a business in Flerida! 1j, '

Petersburg June 3.
Ralph O Cooksey presidentof
the Wildlife body, has arranged
{ for the day, a meal built ,. 4-.
entirely around game and foods
MLt ? I
which should leave uncomplaining t

the world's greatest epicure. J ,
Not only will the food be savory
TAINTS but it will be served by some of

HARDWARE. Florida most beautiful girls

r 1 ,,.. SASH DOORS' The famed Cypress Gardens
Aqua Maid and St. Petersburg's
,. PLASTER' nationally featured Charm i
CEMENT School girls have volunteered to ;
"' do double duty In addition to
SIDING their water rodeo bathing beauty

and photographic shows they

will personally attend to the era ,
Kobe Inc. gastronomical desires' of :,the cuMATE' ,
Sound Co.
Lumber &, Supply Wildlife party. JOHN I. GOGAN I IA4THRf

During the elx'' hour '''rol.sterum" /Grogan, head of the local CIO : MAJOR IURUTI-! 4\\\t \ \\ IIE,
- there will\ be, beside the
l ,shipbuilders union, led a new Ij.kk Ie "-.1... LoI. A.ee- S Il Iltee
all girl sport exhibitions, a continuous
1 "" WIMWMIIH fw........ Fleidi. and Ihri.6g IleSothe.ters
""We don't My wte' Wve,the t best>> our customer My'that"iMR with, demonstrations round of outdoor by the event na, .fusion randidales ticket of city who-commission -won a- U.II. K."STABIUZED"DlrwYt.tS li' t ,' j t 1
: People. like to tmo III C f;
tion's champion* In the fields of sweeping victory at the pollsIn. .e.n.p.Mellkful place that ........ beets B.leg It .hoes. a qk t ', ? y fed
"- GITRUS GROWER- gunnery, archery and casting Hoboken, N. J-i and ended Q.&000"INDUSTRIAL WMATE" N"' ante .to f t

The Folrida Wildlife Federation the 21-year- reign el Mayor en-. ....r..... hooded deb. ,.......,___lei dbaw. ; 1f
DO YOU KNOW? ,t 1 Ia holding Its annual out- Bernard N. McFeely, a political j s PLENTY MAW MATEaIALS Ma-y of 10 f
door party, not only as a token ; :. 'fir
l it.e
I.p.e5.e ewesew are ebt..Up
ally of Jersey City Mayor t
of for work of 1
appreciation ; ELECTRIC POWER Pr.'s r.......- 4' S, r ;
Frank Uaguc '10.A'lltrLE .
A,V Q CAD 0 production' in Florida i I. in'its infancy and well past theperimental the Outdoor Writer, but also to +-- ..-... .,..... a "sapper, .lek.I u..d wl.k deals. 1 ....
attract wider in It
'* interest BOWEL'CLEANING able .......... ..tee I IM'lE / r toI
tag. drive for a MOOO membership
V and a fund of 100000.00 to restore POWER. OF INNER-AID nCTII'IOWER 'a
'> Q C ADO, production in Florida: numbered by the thousand of MACHINE ,
to the fullest extent Flor-
rate, whilo! citrus i ia numbered by the hundred of millions crate ida's game, fish,bird and animal '- ?
wildlife and develope the state One man recently took INNER- !I" ) ,.. :
AVOCADO appear to bo the best prospect in Florida today for fruit outdoor recreational advantage AID three days and said afterward y .. -Ie'

TOwer to make mne,. i so that" they will ,endure for that be never would have r
r yean to come. believed his body''contained so 01 M

A V 0'Q A D O. tr..* of t bearing>> age !in Martin County, on July 1, 1945 much filthy substance He says

ulllLerecl. alSoo. .1 his stomach Intestines bowel
M .'
t. MOVII AVAILABLE > and whole system were so thoroughly -
*q r Avoctulo'ausrsery: : tock (I.' rafted 'with th. best commercial and cold resistant
( cleansed that: his constant ...
' .
rwties. withstanding. .temperature*,well below '..... ine. Tallahassee."May 29 %- (FNS) headache came to an end, ,FWM.f au a Lifkl' Cmfmmj rrnmmOj. Wrfc.MTmiMnK .
'. "Cpmeback., a technicolor several) pimply skin eruption on"hi .4 .ta FlorkU'. MWMrd.1 him.

:. moving, picture ,which portray I. face dried up overnight, and .lib a Lag nap ew1lL.nlie.. done.. .....-_
3ABY CHICKS POULTSU the services\ rendered by the vocational even the rheumatic poiiur.In his etesooeoot.h..pealor. r..er.eet..Ihr.
knee disappeared. At present! he .
S.' Florida Approved Pullorunx. Clean ': -rehabilitation Department serviceof Is an altogether different man, mini I 'rwijphii 0 ciirin yeu'.M!.'1'bde..apndMaw ealeJte/. ......
the of Education
State feeling fine In every way; :. l1s.a u..,... .. Flerld.'e inuma pat..WM..a.d us
=o order too lar or too email for us to fill .b. it'on.; or 10,000 or .more, ,, 1 is now available for showIngs INNER-AID contain 12 Great ..
:uatosn.r: ontftjeace yes,"sires".=over: .tX,000.00) business. with o person.! .' to school children, welfare Herbs; they cleanse bowel,clear .l.ssu.M.kilt .gM w MfHr pee.Ith ?. eksde.4 'I
for price l liat, ard.tats, cauaatitifel- ., agencies, eivio'club*'and interested gas from stomach, act on sluggish m- ooe dhpw.L'

l groups In ,the State Colin liver and kidneys. Miserable tiY
GO HATCHERIES! ;I people .soon feel different all
pigliitv"' Stats Superintendent
over. So don't go on suffering! Y

'bars' g. w 2417 N. Miami Avenu.' Mi-rnl' fI:., [of PublIO\rnetruoUol1"baa. an.I Get INNER-AID!: Sold by ail drug "
J -' "' "' U Th.' New Electric
Tune "Hen
I notmeecL- = rec" : 4

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S I I I\r'f{ "' \.1f' =l 1 1STFTSOV :

'..11'j PACE FOtl\nn .....,.--- lei UTTiiiT YEWS RCMT. HsHla C..aty,'noWDA, TntsiT, Mi" It, ,M41. .,- t! .

'I I t I I seven times u much calcium as The green outside
M I I t GRAD" / nON ENLISTMENT LIMIT MOTHER TOLb! CHILD'S CASE HOPELESS I HomeDemonstration the "heart ot the celery and I I lettuce' too are richer .
....... .. / h
'h I .M'FAIUR ASM>IMHDeUnd > I MOVED TO JUNE 30 ,' Salvage i are so seldom used Orandma orals and vitamins that
dded them tojmy>jirtdsaaL! heart
I May :29! Ellis A. Fuller M/Sgt John H. In -
D.O,. pr<>Kl<1<<<'nt'tit Southern charge of the West Belcher Palm Beach ''L ,'-1 Stilt Important
,. ; Buptlkt Th'(>l Louiavllln. 'Will'! OP the Commencement "' INSPECT
I Service, announced today DROP IN OUR
The American rat Salvage I MISS ItJOILB 1NSCOE,
at Cnlv By
: 1 t, I dpetikrf' Stetson the deadline for partially disabled OF I
Committee, Inc, today announced -
II "will bo preached Sun- 'a statement from Clinton In this,column I
or World Wit n to enlist In the 1e Sometime ago
: day by the Rev, Walter! B, Feat Regular Army and retain the t>. Anderson. Secretary ot it was stated that Mr and Mrs RECORDSBARTLElTT
I gins of Clonrwntor Stetson. will grade held at the! tune! of discharge -' Agriculture, commending the Phil Fagan ot Jensen Beach were
1 a award 103 nVRnei' at the com has been extended to women of America for their efforts doing a good gardening Job The
\ J \ In conserving and turningIn to be BROS.
( toeneementi' continues
gardening story
June *
,t a used household fats and underscoring -
- -
l fL t tf new directive will applyto ,/ the need for the continuation -- interesting Always A Fine Instrument To Play Then
ys. to recent statement -
enlisted a
all former men According
of kitchen fat salvage
\\f WE'' BOY Junk, wounded during World War II +!, a t_ the Pagans have paid the On
.,' r wrecked cars, scrap who submit applications for a e ment Secretary reads: Anderson' state cost of the garden, ted vegetables 317 Osceola'Ave. Phone Stuart 20!
three-year enlistment on or before : t to four families during the _
i copper and brass. June 30, regardless of the 'America's homemakers have season and canned\ for further u
t I time that has elapsed since they 1 sated and turned\ In more than use Within a three-month period I
.', I SISCO'SAUTO I were discharged. After June i 800,000,000 Ibs of'used cooking the following food has been .
I I 30, It will be necessary for these !" fats since 1842. This W an average canned: 11 pints of broccoli. 37, .t'C ,
., PARTS I men to apply within 20 days of I $ of nearly 20 Ibs for each pints of tleld peas, 22 pints of' )(
J, F !date of discharge In order to re- famUy In the United States It wax beans and 30 pints of to-I 't."
: Is a record of which every wo-
South Dixie' Highway lain their grade matoes. (
man can be proud : ) \t
I I Fort Pierce : Belcher says there are many The! Pagans have a fish smoker ,, -
Job openings: dlesel and auto However, It Is still necessary too and have canned\ pints "\\
Phone J 129 mechanics' postal: dental i to conserve every pound of lat, of fish, St of which were smoked. \". -
I I laboratory cI Z"d rt since the over-all fat supply You will agree that this Is a
men, moving picture projectionists .. q 9 S e situation Is little better now thanIt
-- -- fine demonstration
:.=... .: gardening
I ---- ,teletype operators, classification \ Mrs. r. V. Massagee hugs her !2monthdaac"' r, Lena, at was l last year when we were It represents hard work, we

.. I specialists, electricians, machinists their horn In Hammond La. and still hopes it find s cure for a desperately short,, particularlyof know but it also represents a
industrial fats."Manufacture
I ",finance clerks and shoe brain ailment which makes the child helpless and weepy'. oe- lot of cooperation and fun, aw
repairmen All eligible who are, ton at clinic In Rochester, of many ot the gardening ..
I a !Minn* have told the mother there Why don't you try
IITlJ.KTi ( Interested are urged to contact b nothing they can do.Everglades. things we all use and wear in Just a tiny one at'first, and see "
i the substation at 401 ComenuBldg --- our daily lives requires Industrial what you can do? NEW .,tMa" IdDURAPOWER
i SINCE I ", West Palm Beach, for full fats or the! products of Industrial hi Martin County who

''r''r'+ "II I particulars National, Park tats: 'Used cooking fats rent canning I activities
I. turned In by American women recently are Mrs. Joe Sawtelle
t SCHOLARSHIPS Dt'E have been and continue to' repre- and Mrs. Hobson Reddish of the
I of Untiring Efforts sent Important part;of our Tropical Farms' Home Demonstration MAINSPRING* r i
j. 0w orb
I Tallahassee, May 29 Four tata' Club, Miss Viola Krelderof Riot s o.it
outstanding Future Farmers'will total industrial supply. Palm City and Mrs. I. C,
w. be singled\ out for recognition of I The long struggle to establish the state southernmost tip, hadto Every pound of salvaged fat Clements of Indlantown.
I work completed on home forestry Florida> biggest tourist attraction be purchased from many private helps meet the need." Celery leaves contain about ,AT NO IXTt COST _
Sppclall.eIpnt. projects and will receive a I the Everglade National owners.
>R one-week scholarship and all- I Park, has been crowned with The commission! difficult Beneath the Elgin beauty
... expense trip to Virginias Forestry success due, to the untiring efforts struggle met with success recently u the' mart unportmtitcbmikiO 't I
In i Training Comp at Holiday: of members of the Park when the! state legislature! ap- Bath Room Tile andAsphalt Tile (devek p. '1
Lake It was announced today I Commission propriated $2,000,000 for purchase meat in over 200 years.
by H. E. Wood, State supervisor Although Everglades Park was of lands for the park. Also Supply of Belgian' Tile in various colors A..tinapringthlt won't
t..t .
of vocational agriculture.: first contemplated some II years Fully convinced\ that the Everglades INSTALLATIONS nut, ii non migortic,
.R..al f.>tme Insurance ago and early efforts were exerted Park will attract a mil and SALES hold Ill"ipringurM"indefinitely ; 0
I by a park "association," no lion tourists through the state Tile Baths Dramboards Porches of and can't be o
Unfr ur Set LICENSES GOING IP material progress was made until annually and therefore will become Quarry Tile brutal by overwindingvvtch .
I last year when the present an asset to all Florida the It dieris.s a 99%oJ .
Tallahassee May 29 (Pi) FORT PIERCE TILE &
I JOHN F. TAYLOR I Everglades National Park Com- state passed InuHn lM"Neel
representatives thebill
bill the fishing license!
I i A boosting 'mission main'prinCail.......' Lord Phis, 21 jno4i. )iK asel
was appointed
Governor /
by S3-8
jl by an landslide and the HOWLETT
I I O.rr..la I'lilR: Hume'' IOU for out-of-State residents from E. '
r SU'AHT' $7.50 to $15 was passed by the I Caldwell and given a limited state senators favored It by a See drmonntntton ,pltued0selemowse'pEO.sh
Florida Senate Monday. budget on which to operate. unanimous vote. P, O. Box JIll., Phone 711 .' 111 N. lllh 8t. Fort Pierce DuriPower Mtiwpnngj ,hs.n/tu/ Yai+
While grateful for this aid, the According to Gilbert Leach, quality it our store.r .
-,--- ------------ commission fen
of had
I to look managing director of the commission -
elsewhere for assistance. I final step will not take
I Many things had to be The Federal\
I accomplished long. governmentwill
;'l' MACHINE SHOP I Members of the arrange to take over the Highest Cash For' Your Car

I state legislature had to be shown land designate it u a national .
rr !HEAVY EQUIPMENT REP-+IRINGt that the park would become a park, make improvements and WON'T TAKE FIVE MINUTESWe
paying Industry" before money open it to the public At the
Freshwater Smith Co.
could be appropriated to buy the park dedication, present plans can pay you the O. P. A..limit for your car which
:t Dragline. Rullclorers-Tractors, Electric & Acetylene I necessary land The approximate call for President' Truman and .la as much as you can gel anywhere and
1,355000, ER5
Welding acres consisting Secretary of Jntejlor Krug to
I I of wild life and fishing areas on participate in the program STAY WITHIN THE LAW y
I 31', Miles. South On U. S. No. I Fort Pierce Fla. :

P: ''I'' ALL WORK GUARANTEED Nation's Outdoor Writers To SUNRISE ,MOTOR co.

No Job Too Large No Job Too Small. ? 311-25 South Dixie: '

1 '- "' Convene At St. Pete In June Fort Pierce, Fla. Telephone 190

Patent PendingSALE

\ FOR EXPERT The nation top-notch fishing The manufacturers of sport-I
and hunting editors, columnists,I
big goods equipment are going
I writers, artists and photographers ,
1 out of their to send down to
of the leading magazines,j way
newspapers and outdoor sports the exhibit some of the most recent FURNITURE 25%

1 Ii Machine Shop Work publications will convene at St developmentsIn their respective -
; Petersburg June B, 7 and I. lines For Instance,there
; They are the men who acquaint are several outboard motors that C
the public with wild-life have been improved considerably -
I CALL STUART 33 i and outdoor living. There will be through extensive research = TO
r 1 : approximately six to seven hundred carried on during the war. New L L L ( L= L ( L

Ijt I men who belong to this Association fishing tackle has been developed
j In attendance at the ; Some of those rods and reels
I '''' International Sporting Goods that you have Imagined could 50%
Stuart Marine Service I Manufacturers Exhibit. Briefly sometime be made will be exhibited -
: I there will be fishing tackle of( There will be plenty of
t t I all kinds, outboard motors, tennis facilities for fishing boating and
I IncorporatedBUSINESS I equipment, Archery equipment bathing. Discount
and a multitude of all
sporting goods too numerous to ENROLLMENT HIGH

ti -- ---:I mention Gainesville, May 21 A rec
There will be at least two ord-breaking enrollment for the '
representatives from each stateIn first term of the University of STARTING NEXT MONDAY JUNE' 2nd
FACTS the United States and they, Florida co-educational summer
A4 "? will bring their problems on soil, session was being predicted here ,
timber and water With Umber today u the Saturday deadlinefor
I INSTANTLY ON CALLIN we have the problems of reforestation application for admission to Take A Look at These
and with water there the first term Jane K-July 25 All I Hassocks '
are the problems of conservation drew! near. The second term Is Pin-UP Lamps
A *
Art V L U E S !
l I Mstal FILES of wild life. e''' scheduled July 28 to Sept S.

L V2 Price We are rem elin; our store and must unload I 95 each
our beautiful and up-to-date stock of fine furniture .

l You are sure of long Your idle and floor coverings. 25 to 50% discounts.,

service and efficient operation money

lb when you buy an Art i I Can 3 Beautiful' Duncan Fife couches, solid mahogany'l I Bed davenports, a beautiful coach in the day
:Metal Director File. Art earn
: I woodwork, good quality tapestry coverings, time, a comfortable double bed at night.

a Metal Files have improved i One-half Price L Price Start at'$59.50Five
Arro ball bearing roller 2%

i progressive cradle type

{ suspension. Friction resist- Per Annum : *. piece chrome dinette seta, Lawn and beach chairs' All of our beautiful, modem sad
ia almost .
anoe entirely onInsured .* extension table with molded plastic Vz- Price period bedroom sets,. dining roor
eliminated. The Art Metal top, beautiful chrome chairs sets, odd chairs, lamps, tables, pIC"with
friction clutch side lock Savings plastic covered seal and turns and hundreds of other lellli]
AccountsThe backs These are beautiful sets at B s: 12 Armstrong and Coldiealcongoleura to numerous to mention will j be>
( compressor is an exclusive $49.95 for 5 Pieces rugs at drastically reduced during this silt||
feature It releases instantly Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation -, '
insures Individual accounts to $5,000. Husbandand $9.95 -. .
t is silent in opera wife may have total of $15,000 fully insured. Broadfelt, 9 feet wide, sevral "innerspring:- mattresses with box

tion and will hold contents First i Federal savings accounts are'I legal I investment colonel to select from. Prices start Congoleum by the yard I sprmj to match,* both for

firmly. Let us tell you more for Administrators Trust Funds,and ai well Executors.as Funds held by Guardians. $1.45.per.square yard $ ,,79 '$49.50,
t, a about our complete line of
l 'Call Write Two-piece modern living room suites, double
filing devices for all standard records.! I or coil .springs seat and back reversible cushions, Automat! electric irons, nationally advert1! *

beautiful modem coverings. 'bra.d.

FIRST FEDERALSavings Price Start at $98.50for

@ malchinj couch and chair.. $8.95, each
and Loan Associationof -

,Office Outfitters County Smoking I
Printers & Stationers VERO BEACH, FLORIDA

1 Stuart, Florida Phone 300 I 1512-20th Street Dial 2187R. Stands PITTS FURNITURE: !

lalrt agentt for I: W. Sedtwick, Secretary-Treasurer

STEEL ,Member Federal Home Loan Bank"4nd Federal 108 Avenue A Florid
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t.' I OFFICE EQUIPMENT *.Current. dividend. rate. ." ,: o 4' 1. .4,,e-. : f;, Fort Pierce 130 ',;"

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THE ITUAfcf ;&S, &TCART,.Martin County, FLORIDA, TBUtSDAT, MAY 29, IM7.. AGE nnm tJ" eD t


Lucie Inlet Was Opene d By Pioneers of 103 Years Ago; OFFICER ON TRIAL :.MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Notes of Interest To Veterans 1 An open START house HIRE marked the of. I '1

Richards Founded Pineapple Industry Back In 1878 George II Moore V. A. Contact Officer tidal Abstract opening and Monday Title Insurance of the ;''I, e, :

pt. At office of H. R iowery, Jr. Fort Pierce! Headquarters/ \ I Company, Inc, at No. 10 Victory t !, I j r

I 1 to 4 p. m. Monday 10S Atlantic Ave. Arcade. The firm 1 II owned by J'
decades and centuries ago the land in Florida, anywhere southof ;; iliiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillinilllllMilllill 1 -' ,
1 Is a pioneer) Ute; the oldest of all In its history'' gradual evolution of the mill we Palatka, providing he could! i 'i i" ;;; Frank Qutsenberry Nearly twodo7.cn 1 ,'I,1 1 ; ,
; ;; entertained I'
of all in its development. hold against the Can a veteran going to cnllraeunder tier t the Bill but am dlsoatI guests were! .
it succssfully
have coast !has
The changed
I today
1-110rida background of more than four centuries of1 I the OI Bill change schools? I I.< In outline from time to time. Indians for seven years .
t loan like to kluw If I can transfer to dining room across the r4 4\ (i \
or/ since the coming of the white men. Indian Our owq surveys of the boastregion tinder the Armed Occoupa- I What la the interest rate on i and i
office a
Shadows on converted KSLI policies' unothir college? I hall from the '. If Iffor
of the
into! the dim forgotten< Mt its hills and shores EJCm I a pre-hlatorlc people roamedthen ,. until within, the last half Of a fitted out, one coming down I k Where can I make? my NSLI A: Yes, under VA regulations the supper hour which ex 1 1J.J 9't' ''
payments change( your I.
from Spain, century, and especially was this India River r premium you may ,
settlers the east. '
and the indIan. The first Hag The; y4, aEDWARD Here are the answers to these''I school, but you must have the tended until 8.30, .
true of the region known as the Colony cohslsief" oriclnaliy of I I '
net, .nd England of have the most leftIr waved was that of Spain; next Thousand;' Islands. forty head ef families: from I and other questions which vet. approval of the VA in advance,'--- -- "t 1 1se
imprint Some that of France; the Union Jack; erans regularly ask Veteran Administration I
,resting Incidents tn the his- the Stars and Stripes, the Stars The same Ignorance existed Alabama, Georgia; Florida and j contact representatives t}:--Can 1 make NSLI premIum -1 I I L, I
of the American\ nation and Bars of the Southern Con- with regard to the Everglades, South Carolina Some ef them : I piymcnU: on m> Policy at : \
to do with the old and the federacy and again the flag of which still remain to some extent earn for their health, some any Veterans, Administration oftlciJ -
?land ot Florida. Over Its roll the United States a land of mystery,The Great for adventure and some for Q-.when Is the deadline for ,. REAL'r t 1':

Florida has ever been a land American Desert; the wild Rock- land reinstating NSLI term is lirlet I A-AH, VA rfglflrml officesmud ,t' ,1 ,

of romance. One reason for this lei, and the wastes of the Tukon The colony' (find claims on without a physical examination I moot/!( Mibrwnnal offices will I I
STUARTCITY has been the lack of accurate gave up their secrets before accurate the Indian River extended A.- -Until Aug, I, NSLI \Urni ai-wpt lash premium paymentson

COMMISSION knowledge concerning the country knowledge of the Everglades from Barkers Bluff, near policies may be reinstated by national rrvlc life Insur
It Is Interesting to trace was extended to the world. Sebastian, on the north almost signing a comparative health ant Or veterans living In Georgia ESTATE ::1: J r I

Regular Meetings through the varying charts of Its mystery has been a part of to Old Fort Jupiter on statement and paying two monthly I Florida, Alabama South
our, national Inheritance. the south, Fort Capron was premiums! Carolina and Tennessee may

800P.M.: One of the charms of Florida apparently the center .f activities. N. LITTLE Q.-At what ute of Interestcan i mail their payments' directly toInsurant Properties of all kinds j' 'I
2nd and 4thWEDNESDAYS LOYAL ORDER OF Is Its names. We have departed The settlers engaged In Service: Veterans Administration I "
borrow converted ;
I on a it!
MOOSE from Old World names and instead -' agriculture and hunting, al- Navy Officials report that Lt. Branch Office S, Atlanta for I I. ,
STUART LODCC II" we have the musical designations though their most ,notable Comdr. Little of Monrovia policy? 3. OaFred \ ,
Stuart City Hall MEETS: aoo P. M. of the aborigines. The work during their star was Calif, I I. on trial by court- A.-After your converted policy ___ -.:. Also menials and insurance ;
lit Ml4 SrJ WEDNESDAYS has been In force by payment c of "
EACH MONTHWoodmans Chattahoochee, Wlthlacoochee. the opening of the inlet at martial In Washington on unspecified I
premiums for one or bailer 'tj :11+!
lIan Caloosahatchee and Klsslmee Gilbert'. Bar In 1144 charges lie was year I, : '
ublic Always Welcome Stuart, Eta.Lyons' are the names of streams In the Captain Burnham, a member mess officer while a prisonerof you can borrow of an amount ui A. Stafford ; 1\\
to 94 per cent the cisli; valuf
names of the towns we have of the Armed Occupation Colonywas war at Japanese camp 17-B
Tallahassee, a Homosassa, a a pioneer In the turtle trade. Omula, Fukupka\ on Kyushu. The Interest charged you\ on your Registered .J .j,
loan will\ be 4 cent Edward
Pensacola, etc. These add an Individuality He found difficulty In providing, --- per I Mapp :
; not possessed By 1 properly for his\ family on Ah- Q.-My claim for disability Civil Engineer I

ImperialService name, reminiscent of the ..Old kona Bluff, and casting aroundfor River section by boat. That the compensation based on an aliment )- And .
Realtor '
World. some new means of support Influence which brought about Incurred while I was a \

From the earliest known race purchased a schooner, loaded her Henry M. Flagl r'l decision\! to prisoner of war has been tli.s Land Surveyor P. O. Arcade Bld,. I'' '
that of the. Tegesta, whom the with green turtle and sailed for extend the Florida East Coast allowed Now It Is getting worseand 1 L i' '
Station Spaniards found here In '1513,' Charleston where he sold them Railway down the length of the I would like to know whatI Ktiiirt, i llorida Phone 19 1 1essuera :

we have Inherited tile: word for export to England at a good peninsula. The Indian River division can do to get compensation I
617 S. Federal Highway, Stuart, Florida HAMMOCK, meaning I land price. Formerly, turtle had been of the Jacksonville, Tampa will I'hone 200-J '
Addition A.-The VA give special
(Across the Bridge in the Betsey ) whereon hardwood grows It Is roughly shipped and handled and Key West Railroad then consideration to disability claims I R .I'
FINEST MILK SHAKE IN THE WORLD the sole survival In English of and many died on the trip and ended at Titusville and the boats filed by veterans Interned In '--v -- ---- -...

i6-0uncei Thick) : 25c that original tongue had to be thrown overboard, but of the Indian River Steamboat prison You should MwrNw. : :

efular! 76-OcUne Gasoline, Gal. 22,9e The Indian River, which II In the captain made little wooden Company left there every morn- get\ In touch camps.with your nennsl, l

'lkrl' Gasoline GaL 24.9c many respects the most remar- pillows to rest their beads on Ing for Jupiter and intermediate VA office and have your caw !' ;) From where I lSit&yJoe Marsh, I '

Every Night I able watercourse In Florida, was and! every morning had their landings. reopened tI1 (\
I. Open All Night In 1892 decided to I :1'
even as recently as sixty? years eyes sponged with salt water, Flagler extend '
HAMBURGERS-AND CUBE STEAKS-A. Good ago, a wild almost unknown area. and thus his cargo always arriv- his railroad farther south, .Q.-I am going to tollcri mi : In

; As th* Best I I It Is 142 miles long and Its width ed in good condition and founda and the line was pushed southward "___,1 '" Want to Run a ,,

_. varies from 100 feet In the Narrows ready market.In with treat rapidity Bv '
-- to three miles or more 1849, the Indians killed a January 29, 1894, trains were ARTISTS TO CONVENE I Jt "Collective" .Farm? I Ii i '
at the widest part. Then, Its trader named Barker at Barker I operating to Fort Pierce. Largelyas IN MIAMI NEXT WEEK' : #, I Ij Iw.
banks the haunt of wild the spread result! of this, the East Coast'i j
were Bluff and news Miami, May 29 Artists from > ,
fowl and flamingo, The conditions rapidly through the colony that of Florida has become<< a popu- Florida about We're willing to work fcarJ,bat w. 'It II!
throughout eanvalll'8.1brushes | other day
lous, prosperous territory. Where readmit : ,, Ii tieertniseounirieslloeemathefolke
of navigation were such an Indian uprising was Imminent paints and easels In they have In like to farm the land our. ova way
fifty was a barely Inhabited (lit"Mllectivfi" farm
that the sailboat was the only and a massacre of all the white years ago handwllJonverge\ here noxi/ put our wn vain on the .roP" b 1'
vessel which could travel It, The settlers was feared. The colonists wilderness, Is now a with ,Ii 0'
like if
for the 2nd annual Statewide -
week -
of kelp' and relax a* we
Indian River country was Inhabited decided to leave, hurriedly chain of comfortable towns, cities she run them" have plenty I ;
art exhibit and auction heM l fompanlonnMt 1111. 4111,
and resorts Where once only hour sad the best a temperate
only by the remnants of packed and set sail for St. Augustine I In conjunction with Miami' Rood L
of beer,
the Seminole Indians and was A few later returned, but scattered pioneer homes existed famed Poinciana Festival quipmrnt i j i !, .
there are now thousands ot I Royal From where I sit, collectivefarming .
visited only by the more enterprising the Armed Occupation Colonyon Express Invitations have been Sound\ pretty nice-till youloam !
and adventurous dissolved In comfortable homes and happy, ', / wt : may jtioduw remilu. But
the Indian River the "farn'Mc" **
extended by Mrs Philip 8 ,
families, Where once were found ; American' -freedom\ to
Fort Pierce and Fort Capron, 1849. I lamp, chairman of the exhibit l' own his land, or even farm It In the way '
established In 1388 and 1950, respectively On a military map of 1858, we only a few isolated groves and committee, to members of the 1, olir son..,He taken,onion from the work sod relax as we ate fit-i* I 'tti@
In the heart of farms, now there are thousandsof what makes this eountry a great ,
were I find only eight families, who Tampa Art Association, the St, i state; produce whatever they
the Indian River country Indian ; square miles of citrus groves place to live So I 141'l(not change III ,
with the lighthouse keeper at under cultivation.. Petessburg Art Club, the Clearl went hint to produce'at price they J
warfare, raids and tnaasaeres -,'{Gape Canaveral, -were' the only and farina water Art Association, the UnlVersity I .hour spent
&,O JFYOUJ.O LOW TH1 ( Vast are the changes!which have ,i net Even his o" are
J ;lack of transportation, the Q I I
'O\S- settlers upon the coast, from been In the of Florida Art School and ccinlnt! : (o state refutationsvtt 1'-, -/1'
wrought past sixty I |
'S CROWD TOGO character of the country and' the canal, ninety miles; above the John Rlngling School I ot Art|,I would iwv.r go tint. o '\. '
tile: reputation as a white man s to the Miami River years *
Fort Capron, at Sarasota to send both watercolor 1 r i
CHISHOLM'S grave, all militated against Its more than a hundred miles below and oil print to the exhibit I :4
FIRST 1 fJbkallaaPfWsdatis,
settlement and development. It Coplright.IPdUo.
which will
open Sunday .. _.
GOOD FOODVARIED at Fort Pierce that Coachoo- .
was The memoir which accompanies -- i ..
chee, the most enterprising and the above-mentioned map Jacksonville, May 29Tomatoes .
active of the Seminole chiefs,
states that The Inlet Is open. peppers and cucumbers
RIGHT PRICES was seized and held In January, The bar at Its mouth can be continued to feature the Flor-
1841. He was later sent to Arkansas crossed by vessels whose draught ida production picture for spring

t You'll/ "el.ae-up" the 'last Fort Pierce was abandonedIn la- not greater than four and a during the last week, with a''
d.Ilcious mar.." 1842 and Fort Carpon, which half feet" It was at the mouthof splash of color added by the shipment UTILITY
at one time was In charge of this Inlet at Fort Pierce that of 81 crates of watermelons TRUCK

William Tecumseh Sherman, In the sister, ship of the Alabama, from Plant City, In the first reported -
I the of !the
1858 During years which was purchased alter the 1947 shipment of this

hLsll lm'S Seminole War the Capron Trail, War Between the States, by Col- commodity
connecting Fort Capron on the In Fort Pierce the movementof
onel Titus, ran aground and was
I East Coast with Fort Brooks on pounded to pieces. It was loaded tomatoes has passed its peak, .'
;CAFETERIA the West Coast served as a sort with machinery for a turtle' 38,827 field crates having been TRACTOR POWER '
of dead line, north of which the canning plant, which the colonel handled In the week ending May t

Indiana were hot permitted For had built at JSt Lucle.In IT, with approximately 25.000 Indicated -
TIlE COOL SPOT .TO ,DINE many years after Fort Cepronwas Richardsof this week Prices are
1818 Thomas E. I
abandoned, this trail was rising with some lots selling up
.Alr-Conditiancd' the only connecting link betweenthe Eden raised planted In the the first United pineapples to 1690. Cucumbers, Squash, THI UNIVERSAL"..." work,at i

two coasts peppers, eggplant peas, okra a 'pi.k-ap truck for loads to i 1ssr't
andRecommended About the year 1842 Congress States. Captain' Richards was and lima beans l In light volume. 1,200 Ih., n.mg 2-wbeel dnw I
: I
of Eden Grove ..=.
passed what was \known as the the proprietor _- _L for hiRhreay. economy, 4wh.eldn '

by Duncan limes \ gave Armed to Occupation any settler 180 Act,acres" Which of ber House of, I which years was the for only a num-hotel WAR DEAD TO RETURN ,II 1\ and..10.a.d get through or ....mud.1 crosscountry ,:inow ,I'I l i ieY il +

between Canaveral and Jupi- Atlanta, May :29 The first *
ter Ita register contained the remains of World War II dead : II t 1
names of such notables as whose next of kin desire their "
Robert Louis Stevenson, Pierre return to the United States for ill i'd"
.Lorrilsrd and Henry Flagler. final burial will arrive In the I l !

The development of pineapple United States October, accord- .
P711ISLY culture really began In earnest Ing to Col. R. B. Thornton commanding r:; '
along the ridge in 1884 and officer of the Atlanta l

thousands of new Settlers were General_Depot. I eY f 1
attracted by the early success
of this crop. From the southern
reaches of the Indian River \_& ,

something of an export trade so
Easy Chairs (By Streil!) opened In pineapples, coconuts, yes sZ '

tomatoes, fish and turtles. This 1 Y'' f
Kitchen Cabinets went northward by way of the 1
Indian River steamers Zt Y

Farther north along the Indian -
River In the vicinity of

settlements, cultivated groves
5 DINETTE SUITESDESKS began toreplace the dense natural
pc. growth During the shipping

season the boats were heavily ABSTRACTS
freighted: with crates of the f.AND TITLE
finest citrus fruit. INVIUTICATIONIUClowa ]

From 1855 to 1864, the county

AND-SECRETARIES seat of Brevard County was Fort TITLE mSUIIANCI, The Ail-Around! Work-Horse .
Pierce, or Susannah.Later FLORIDA .
1 and
was moved to TUuivllle St. Lucre "

9 pc. DINING ROOM SUITES County was not created until ABSTRACT CO. for farm and Business

1905. JIM KENNEDY.PmMmt ,
PORCH GLIDERS SPARTON RADIOS By 1890 oranges and pineappleswere wheel-drive Universal '''Jeep'gIve. ':i
\ being shipped in such quantities ,STUAJIT. FLORIDA .:;::- The
from the lower Indian you the wide usefulness of a pick-up and
-MAkE YOUR OWN TERMSIt'sEasyloPaytheMaiherWay- TRAILED LOADS to 2H tool se easily
of -
tow track-the pull a light tractor up
sowed by Uw "Jetp" with m.... :
power for (fade*. -. to 30 bp on the belt with its power take

.e off..-The versatile "Jeep"! does more jobs

: "-re at less cost. Corn in now and see it.:j
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$500 Allowance For Your Old Mattr.sl U Trade For InMnr Spring !


.. WITH IWHltlrDIIVI) traction,the ISO hp.
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JNp"dots. the work of a light sector

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);::I ; y ion picked up two dozen ot the from 15 to 150-pounds In weight, Department by the State. Road ,Hendry, county road uperln. proxhnately c nter nearly :due' --..
beautiful and the local hardware stores Department for to Construct west to the line of the
FISHING most blue crabs I haveseen permit tendeDI \. .
k ; 11 In a long time, We took alight tell me that folks art just about two fixed bridges on State I amended application also said bridge, and running thence I INKS r '
1 and had all the Intentionof buying out their "jewflsh rigs* Road 78 from Stuart to Indian- An east (40 ft. to rejoin the existing :
: returning with a flounder -. Properly fixed, small Jewflah are town,' ha been made to the War De- alignment .Df the creek. ',The .
i ij .' IN THE FAMOUS I but came bark with a bushel of grand steaked and make superb The first bid la for a bridge partment by the 8RD for a permit dredge material would be de-
a I crabs, Instead. They are deliciousas chowder A great new discoveryand across the South Fork of the St. to dredge In Poppleton Creekto opelted on the adjacent upland. 1
J St. Lucie Region r ; ; : cold salad or baked In the one which ,has made asport" Luck River e"1 H miles south of rectify the channel alignment I
I shell as deviled crabs out of the deal Is the Stuart 1100 ft. upstream from In the vicinity of the proposed BUILDING: PERMITS REDI MIX ,

1 SOP TRUE SPORTSMAN IS A GUARDIAN Or NATURAL REVM'*CIl discovery that flimsy appearing the present span which would bridge there. A 1* proposed to Pei'; So 4 .......'III "l.h"R.,. a.M. CONCRETE ;
channel 20 ft. wide and .. Lot t. ,..hrleotoot,1010. .w esw..Mletl.e
l Season closed I certainly hope that no Leglsalttve Nylon lines the fort of stuff remain In place. The bridge I dredge a .M.kl., toe .- .., 84 be .S ,... .
In on the har., used" In parachute shrouds will 1 ft. deep below the level of the
'ltt bill Is ever made law which would have five spans,horizontal sa..e.
penning at sea or the turning on ground beginning at a
hold most Jewflah, although once adjacent
I PRESIDED AT TRIAL might by accident or otherwise\ clearance of about SO ft. and MARRIAGE ArrUCATtoNS REINFORCING
beaches of wa turtle] from May In a while a big one busts I It point In the center of the pres- A. II."" a_, '
vertical clearance 85 ft. above
.rF Interfere with the native FlorIda Was P.1w.. ,
, 1 1-to :L.14 .. h STEEL.
I August 11 according to aninteresting port of flounder spearing. The Nylon Is said to have 750- mean low water ent lalgnment of the creek ap- .. Dio.
article by Oil 8ay' pound breaking strength, which S
' \\ ward Only a flounder addict can truly The second bid Is* for a bridge
ofFort Lauderdale, who
give you an Idea of the slae of
appreciate the joy of Impaling across Poppleton'Creek on a CONCRETE
writes: ,r of .
some the big which Rt"
\ A quarter-ton ot lender I one of those fishy flapjacks while haunt the vicinity Jewflsh of the railroad new alignment of the road abouta "We Sell the Best"I.! .> 'We Service the ,BLOCKS
of and sand-
1 warms mosquitoes mile south of town with the
: 'tnrat on 'the flipper for free Is
J and highway bridges In the .
; r' 'appealing !thought In these lies buzz about your tara.nound..n center of town. existing bridge to be removed, Buy Your
days of high | are always present In This bridge would have two STEEL & ALUMINUM
I |: prices but Fred! Appliances
1.., )'d. Cubit. salt water conserva direct ratio to the number of spans, hoMaonal clearence of Refrigerator Radio WINDOWS

lion /agent In this area, warned mosquitoes. : BIDS TO BUILD about 20 ft and vertical clear 1 The GuaranteeIs
that It Is the,closed season I ance 5.J ft.,above mean low water Where MASONRY.
for turtles and will be null! Blggett sport news of the' Backed By ,
Aug. 31. summer In Stuart Is the present A contract to be let in the MASOPORRTLANDITE
Cabot( who has acted ai of. ewflsh fad Every ,day from near future will Include construe BROS. SERVICE I
ilcUl guardian of turtle and one to half a dozen happy guys tlbn of both these bridge and BARTLETT CEMENTPhone

fish: since March: 11-15, explain I ) walk pant The Stuart News dragging ---.. Improvements on the road between 317 Osceola A".. Phone Stuart 209 II 748 Fort fn,
what looks live over-sized Amended applications and
tA that this In the lime of were Immediately beyond :
year when the clumsy reptile groupers They run anywhere made last week end to the War each, It was reported by A. A. ..

flr come to Quire to lay their .

', BlThe' average{ turtle burin DOLLARS : PATRC;>NIZE-
her Ion eggs In holes two feet
deep| 'In the wind and crawls 'B HOME FIRMSOFFERING
,away, hoping| C for the best: At SPENT IN
I I'I ter 21 days Incubation the ( ;\ MARTIN COUNTY YOU
baby turtle hatch out andbend MARTIN COUNTY
for alt water !

than half dullan, they arc an ..- -.. -- 1

easy prey for fish and only a J. ROBERT ...
survive -
Judge Martin --I.
For this reason Cabot said, court at _. -- .. I

of the utmost Work of Importance Conservationists: during la the trial of 21 taxicab drivers Best HardwareCo. Stuart PlumbingAND Refrigeration PAINT 'Well Drillingand
r and three business men charted i GRANT LEEK 1--- Service
f the egg-laying months While
Cabot and the 33 other agent with the 'lynch slaying of I Repair and; Serviceonall : e .Heating

In Florida are not able to control Willie Earle, a negro, who had 24 Hour ServiceREFRIGERATION Metal Works makes. Marine and Household Air Conditioning
been arrested for Trained Personnel
t I 1 the fate or the baby turtles InvestigationIn 24 Hour Service Plumbing Septic Tank"
the fatal stabbing of a Trained Mechanic Hardware
after they reach the water,
e WIRINGK.I.inator'Sale.
mother turtle Is given every Creenvllle cab driver. All the At your service Fishing: Tackle and STUART PLUMBING

opportunity|| to do that whichcome defendants._were.. acquitted.Whited ANDELECTRIC Never Say and Service AND METAL WORK
Night Day .
-- -- "Scarce Merchandise"You .... .
naturally I
SERVICE Night and Day Sernn
f Hunters when caught are during the closed season can always get it PHONES GRANT LEEK
fined heavily Even the possession he added .__ ... : Night Phone 44-R-4 from us. Day 100 Nile 314 BESS HARDWARE CO. Day Phone 100
Nits Phone 314
Night Phone 44 R-4
After Ao,. 31, .
of turtle meat la proA out over the reefs anyone and, if can he go Is I; Day Phone 216Quids Phone 38 Box N.I Box 546 I Day Phone 216 Phone 38, Box N Box 546

lucky and adept can peg a -- -. -
!500-pounder. May 1, the open ,
STATEMENT or IUR season ends, -
Cabot also ban charge of Issuing CANDY'HOME QUALITYSEAFOODS "
POJLICYIMPAr.TIAl 1 I licenses for salt water Store MADE GAMBLEELECTRIC

fishing and net Ing Netting, STATIONand SERVICE; STATION
r J he explained. Is only prohibited Meats, Groceries I By Box or Pound .formerly Cessaboen TEXACOGAS ,
within a one-mile radiusOf And Frozen Foods Pralines Dinnitea LUNCH ROOMTHAUEE
.LY, Wind harbors and Inlets. Mexican Creams ALL SEAFOODS IN OIL''and FRIGIDAIREand
M Only craft exempt from saltwater PRenucr DRucsNoveules Coconut Kisses PARK SEASON
alarms Deal Out De C.11TsLLNDINI "
fishing license Is one : LIBRARY Butter Crunch Beer and Soft Drinks EMERSON RADIOS
7 am.'Till LUBRICANTSCourteous
struction( Roofs may I Open 6pm. I
16-foot boat per owner. Sandwiches, Soup, Pie31'I
<.. atMildred Saturdays Till S m. Electrical Contractor
lie Ripped Off Chimneys License fees and fines are Jensen Beach I Miles So ef Stuart on p. Efficient I

Blown Down; the sole revenue of the salt Hurt N... ),._ FW .*.. Heath'sSWEETS Federal HI.Way No 1 WE .CLOSE WEDNESDAY .-,. Service Estimates Submitted. Id
Trees<< May Crash I water conservation department I NOON I Job Te Large Or Too BOA
1 Through Windows, Cabot said These funds PHONE 9131-J Rains Hide 4th. St. GULF GASOLINE W. IIAUER Jensen Beach
I Next Te 0.Jensen lead
301 :
Akron Ave Phone U
::1 1, Roofs. and Walls You average $100000 annually and -- -- -- _
ts Have only ONE PROTECTION the department should have
Then, Against three times that amount to I' '-- .
operate efficiently he added I i iI ; j ----I
financial Loss Web Ordway
-WINDSTORM Ili- Where there are 3 agents, I .Merriman'sTavern 'I Stuart Jensen; Hdwe.SURE

!RANCE, the greate there should be 13<, and the! MotorsAUTHORIZED Uncle Billy .

.l RIY In All the department 'to attempting to PPR. WINES CIGAR .sez. Auto CampModern
World When IT'8 effect legislation which would CIGARETTES. NEWS Caress DEALER roll

NEED.lIan;\ You give the unit assistance Seallest Ice Cream FORD '(E:;.; :,r..k0. R..d.dkr by Aw..I..1.....M/1.e' ;/ .), Cottage TRY THEM THEY
ENOl'(;\\IT through direct appropriation
of funds far that purpose, he Open; I a. m. 'Till 12 p, n SALES AND SERVICE And Trailer Court ARE MORE THAN
declared Closed Sunday DAY AND N1TC All o' I my+, life I hav1 loved
I ED MAPP This Is the first time we had WRECKER SERVICE man a best friend, 'and always MONTI4ALLJIQOYKNIENCES APT' ,TO HAVE IT.
heard that It Is also The, Place Where .
Illegal to BODY IIr.l'AIII'PHONE right prompt hit right to defend e
} Every Kind ef spear the big turtles at sea; but Friend Meet" SLA'iR
and Beach
Insurance I J It would certainly appear logical 9142 I II J ; but dogs .tn a city I eant BAKER Jensen
II seem to tee, where they make OU DUte HI-W.? PIMM. NITS
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the Indian and St. Lucie rivets, and Hobo Sound SMALL COST WHEN. IT8 DARKI Boat Houses

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