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: June 12, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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ET RESULTS 18-Case Circuit Court Docket 1 KIWANIS SPEAKER Father's Day Olprvan Is Set May Unit STATE e ,I J ,

ILL L BE KNOWN Drawn Tuesday. ; 11 Trials Set For The Nationf S J e I UT A

An 18-case docket was drawn'
30TH In Ecuador It 1 111 customer r Lher.d 1909 oh ruce
JUNE at the
up June term of circuit
court at the court house Tuesday i 1948 EDITION OF I an expectant mot tor 10' b I ash.
out of the house while he: thoughto 4 Ide ibute
morning at which Judge A.i
band la coddled and hi hei. I ullam mobile eIn
Chance* A* Q. Kanner presided, I ree X. a I roons In
Seed ,
en until he recovers from th Smart 1 f n w Double-Course Resurfacmj
d For Securing: Of the eases heard, 11 were I I of becoming a 'father raiser] s hit re f I count 5 years or more of
Channel Cut set for trial June 23-26 30 and i ,. America, on June IS, D- won' their! the dc-ath., ago will b the following loll Job Expected to Star

---- July 1 t. Four others were con, rate quit that mwh aiTmtlon, Mr. Dodd wrote to the president C ationtcounty I stay In this Soon 4,

strong appeal wait made to tlnued tor term, one wa nolle BEING COMPILEDFinal jI but he will\ certainly be In for of the Spokane Ministers -
pressed, one had sentence given II lurists Will jjrlve Into Btu
oniresulonal! appropriations tome glowing tributes' Association suggesting that on J to 1,
miltee Tuesday by Congress- and one had sentence! deterred : According; to vital ,statistics, the third Sunday In June, sermons tod, rolan from h on smooth,

Dwight 1.. Rogers with Cleveland F. Ferryman, charged Printing of '47 Goes this should be- the biggest Fath. be given throughout the to 1, I next fall In

,j assistance from Senatorde with breaking and entering to Chamber andAdvertisers er's Day In the 17 year history city stressing the Importance ofa BE St.i re nt rough U,S, L

pepper for an emer- wa arraigned entered a plea of of the occasion, For In 1946 the father place ,In the home, ork will If gin within 10

y ippraprlatlon to open st. guilty and was sentenced to the nation's birth rate reached an When the Idea was Submitted to i to' e, 4:30 om, I a, in.a day; or 2 werf s on the double

e Inlet according to tele- State prison at Raiford for I The 1943 Edition of the well-' all-time high and Indications the association members It was : m. course nf 31: milts

..tile advice received by the three years. Theodore Christen known Stuart Fishing Guide 1 11 are that this year s figures will SALERNO Of ft Monday of eral Rig i NO. I

today, held on the same charge now being prepared and will be top even those of last year, unanimously approved, and from 10 in. to clon and uugh M in and Luciaounties

D Qulnllvan,Martin County was arraigned and entered a published\ In about (0 days., Father Day, ,surprisingly Father Day was first observed !2 I to'430; iiINDLAWT> It las announce ere

mlssioner, for the Stuart dls- plea of guilty but sentence wa The Stuart New* this week u I SENATOR EVANS CRABfGRARY10 enough< was originated by a I In Spokane In 1910, A Off I today
deferred pending further Investigation "It". in I'' M.I- --.-., -' "!'Y"--" Contract U the W ShJ
C It ItOf
French presl-
and Price turning over to the Chamber of Tuesday, ftSTUART rn I tWo P. in.
ot the Chamber of Com- Counsel for Chris- who SPEAK 4 STUART BOYS GO hard Co o Atlanta, Oa. oul

rt. in Washington on the tian Wall E.' S, Willies of Fort have Commerce distribution and advertisers outlets In the TO TALLAHASSEE SCHOOL BILL Ave entrancTTo,VforyrT'UFlafi Lyric' An Contra WaSm mot k 10
Fierce cally > Job will be
wired: Tjf completed
,1 appeal' with The case of the State VI. Leon North the final' run of the 194T Four Stuart boys left Monday June 13-21, from 10 a. m. abouyoctober 1 with present
heard along
;e were Guide If ;you' want Fishing TO KIWANIS ATFRIDAYJEETING noon and 2 to 4:30: p. m,
ther witnesses, 23 Senator H. Rendry on a charge of grand Guides see the I Chamber of morning to attend the annual IS DESCRIBED colored, June 23 and 24, at erl plans keep one lane open
and one larceny was nolle pressed on a Boys State sessions in Tallahassee hl he work Is underway
Representatives Commerce or Ernest, Lyons at ., trance to Stuart Auto
asking motion by the State. Cases of this week.Attending A State
They were for the News office. Road Department project
m to noon and 2 to 4.30 p. m
oni,, we for &conservative State TS Albert C. Lewis on a This will be the llth successive from here are Joe ROTARIANS engineer Is here to super

unt\ charge of forgery State vs Felix printing of the little book Smith, Donald Terry, Charles< vise the Job, Local person desiring ,i I
Webb and Rufus Stoke* on a Titus and Robert detailed Information
lonjressman\ Roger feel which has brought Martin Montgomery I'I
our chances look good He charge of grand larceny Harris County port 'fishing promotion Matter of Taxation 'and The Kiwanis Club Is sponsoring I County Commission has should contact H. B Kraft, man I

e a strong appeal for us and R Lowery Jr., TS Fern Derl- such favorable results through General Legislation to, Terry, Rotary is sending Smith Representative Rowell Cites sanctioned: the expenditure of ager of the Chamber of Commerce \,

rd he would follow It through. Ing on a charge of Civil damages the years The little volume has be Reviewed. and Titus and Montgomery are Content of New from $600 to $700 from the fire .
and State vs. Henry C. Wallaceon .. -' sponsored by the Harold Johns Measure Resort Interests understood
alar Pepper also gave strong the distinction of bringing thousands budget for a construction of a are
port and felt that our testtj a charge of embezzlementwere Of fishing visitor to this ,Senator Evans Crary will Post 62, American Legion. A resume of the contents of fire house In Jensen Beach it to be pleased over the

carried\ weight* Senatorand continued for term for area. This year* edition will speak' on 'Matter ot Taxationand Terry Is planning to seek the and what may be expected from was reported by County Road fact the State Road Department

was not present butthat The cases which were set Include all features of the 1947 Appropriations, and Legislation position of State Superintendent the widely-heralded school Superintendent AA.. "Buck" la working on the Improvement

4 It be known that herd trial IncludeJUNE: U booklet Including current of General Interest to at the sessions elections. The measure passed last month In Hendry, It was Incorrectly reported In mid-summer when the %our'

the project: We should HUM vs' Cl" rmo tmmt UHitftiiw World Records which are Martin County", at Friday boys will leave for home Satur- the State .Legislature was given In The Stuart News 1 last let trade I in slack.
definite answer by June 14461c WM *rralvn I .4: *nt furnished through ''cooperation meeting of the Klwanls Club day by bus Rollins said week that to i
a PLat was as.1ty., eauts-I' .. ........ by Representative Marvin H. $6700 was be approprIated -
state vs. Ross D'Albo on4 Simon.Yeah. of the American Museum of Na- Senator Crarjr has Just returned RowelL at the weekly noon for the building 1947 ANNUAL IS
.% .d.I.. .-,.. "nisit...at _1..01. tural History In New York. from the 1947 session. meeting of Rotary at Chlsholm'llGrill DELIVERED TO
vist-el .plena of 0-6 ..111.1 va-. TAXliiiLEltSCOUNTY
.......e. The compiler Is Ernest Lyons. He stated that be wa disappointed yesterday MARTIN SCHOOL
DEL PLANE SUM .t. wniio Pette'sky' Jr .KKIItUmkUr fishing editor of The Stuart In failure of the State-
.... : '
arraliinnnil' .oj. entered The legislator said the bill NEW AIRFIELD --
.... of pot wants. .--.1 nananrdBUM News Persons having unusual wide mosquito bill, which was
was one of the highest lobbl d "
WOo Hmrrkill 111110, "suit with ,lo.P fishing photo which could be Introduced late In the session "The Sawfish 1947 Martin

NTESTS SET % :i out falltr, mn. wuittcl.-Iffood ii,..entered. I carried In the Guide are askedto and died In committee,and hopedto S2.403 during the session he which ended County High School annual has I
Friday and believed It was
been completed by The New and
JUNE M contact him, as should all place It In the forefront of
auto ''I" Kilw.i4 T Hr....... ftlfmH.lt and 1 11 widely misunderstood, as turned over to the school It lathe
.... who desire to advertiseIn legislation in the 1949 term.
..lt larconr of as *HU> wee rMiund : person .
to what It entails.
estimated. Dim. of Mt .ulltrn the booklet Development Firm Buys exactly largest and most complete
I I JULY 4, oetirwed animated, 758 Lots in Port It will operate under the I annual ever published for the I
JUNE 118 The promised new hangar
Allied Iiq- Distributors.. ,. ..... entio"I CITY'S LIGHTS OUT esfiRTBlsWILL 6 Salerno Foundation Program Fund to a local school and contain photc)
Witham has
'1'. 1. Oushttwou ''I" Carl L. 9.4, .. which Martin County will\ give Field been com- graphs of all pupil In both elementary
... ..f t>... Cnrr .,MI 4._, FOR SIX MINUTES about $94,000 its share in the pleted and Is being put In heavyuse
t"i: oountolT Base bids as and high school grades
I Prises Sought in Ibtr-Gtrow Company Int totaling $ .403 60 It was announced this week
T V. 0 S. FI leb Tt I program's operation. Rowell /
Witham Field tliwol io.ghtirriniti. iii,11 I i oamavMllonjomta I Power'In the city wa cut off ATTEND were made at an auction of skid adding that this outlay by A. P. 'Bert" Krueger. The
r*.., essential fwroll Du.tMKko. for ( minutes at B 02 last night county lands for which taxes "
Activityconteats.for structure of concrete block la
va CkirlM. a. GouU 01.1,1 ..._ court may have to be supplemented HEALTH GROUPSPONSORS
,- i and th't nearly half an hour <' 'were unpaid At ,the house ky addition to Martin County 60 by to ft and will, hold asmany V
30 prizes\ f.JUNK... wounissil MElluWtk JhoN I I, Roosevelt,Bridge FFA CONCLAVE'Six noon. teachers' salaries I In order to 'as nine\ or 10 planes Krueger
donated! by Stuart mernti ""to, .. S. H. L.ftI. tied a. II, hu.. I John W. Law manager of the Biggest offering In the sale keep them from seeking posi- said. It is owned by the
will be held the Btu- ((., -triutnn' W Klorld. But Coast office of the Florida 763 lots In FILM
by Stuart power was Port Salerno Palm Beach Aero Corporation
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...11.... oo.nool P.l,. < end tions In !Northwestern Florida
|Model Plane Club at Witham .... oI'U ,....., and Light Company said Martin; County High all but five of which were pur- where living expense are less In which Krueger owns one- ,

d July 4 from 1:30: p'-m. un- r MeC._JUNK, ....soL ... X-Ans Cro", the power cutoff resulted whena School boys will attend the 19th chased by the Salerno Development than here. third Interest, and 1s valued at

ark, it Wit announced this ... Leon, I..,.... .....-.. E'.".. Lowis, car traveling south left U S. annual State convention of the Company,on a bid of $I,- Rowell pointed Out that the $I 1.000. FOR KIWANISA
... .
'k. The action wa taken at had Assith, 4ivU JULY d .I 1 just south of the north county Florida Association Future 80160, an average of less than program is supervised entirelyby The corporation Is employing

tctlng of the club at the \Albert O. study .4 .1. _..... 144do ... line and sideswiped a power Farmers of America, opening $2.38 a lot. The five lots were the State Superintendent five rnca at the field at all "
i City home of Lee Higbee, .. John Falb. ,and Itl..P-heir.. stiestual. n Xr-4 Grdo, Loot.sad risk.and line pole breaking It off, about Monday for a week In Daytona taken by Individuals for $100, office In Tallahassee and he j times a mechanic, a line man, sound motion---' picture entitled I

or adviser Monday night. i."l k. I'll *MU.*. 10 ft. from' the ground and Beach. They include Robert and six other sections of land cited a number of advantages a maintenance mart and two "Three to Be Served" .

I kinds of model planes will dropping the upper part to the Greene. Emerson Kramer Har- offered at the sale were! taken to be found In the capital outlay pilot The mechanic, Jake shown at the weekly noon meet-was

pllglble for competing In the SUGAR RATIONING ground on top of the auto. The ris Wall, Stephen Huddle, Jesse for $502.The and debt service fund which Kinney from Akron, Ohio arrived
I Ing of Kiwanis at the Woman'sClub
|tests: glider gasoline\ gas OVER FOR HOMES mishap knocked out the power Quigley and Donald Terry sale left only 295 lots of Is Included In the program He this week to take over hit; Friday The 28.minute film

wl I and other The competl- coming to Stuart through the Kramer and Greene will leave tax property In the Port Salerno also reported the county Is In a 1 duties as did maintenance man the National
was sponsored by
i till be otvi4d Into three Stuart grocerers whe were north substation, and the darkness area and all of these will be sold position to borrow considerable' Earl Hutchinson from Springfield
here auto to Association
those under It year of wondering this week why check lasted until a hurried shift the Monday 6th district by In the represent -I at a July 7 auction at the court capital for Improvement 1111 Mass, The line man Is shown here of under Manufacturersand
those 18 to 21 yean old and and deposits were refused In could be made to bring all pow- par house, It was reported, The school buildings although what I Albert Klbleck from Lake Forest,' Of the the auspices

Le more than 21 Aim of the their "sugar accounts* at the er to the city through the south tests liamentary Wednesday procedure night team as a con-result 1 bid for the development firms amount and at what rate of Interest I, 111, and the pilot are William\ and Tuberculosis Martin Association CountyHealth

011 is to determine quail- bank, received the answer this substation transmission line r of their last monthIn mass purchase was placed will have to be decided Burns and Glen Johnson, .
Is for the annual national morning with word from Wash Law was unable to CItJ" this victory I through the office of realtor C later In addition to placing the I l.
Lauderdale The other The
Fort the
\ picture exemplified
t In ington that household and Institutional morning how long before the B, Arbogast.
Indianapolis JQ Augusturther matter of a bond \Issue before
four boy will drive up Wednes- VAomcETTOMKHERE working of the American eco-
end- north circuit would be backjn
plans for the contest! sugar rationing with the voting public next year, nomic in
day C. W Long, agriculture system which manage-
Milton to the rules and list ed at midnight last night. operation although he (aid there He also told of Joint Resolu I
and manual! arts teacher at the I' PLAY PLANNED ment must deal with three
Price, controls, on sugar will would be no more power eutoff
''rites will be announced lat- school here and adviser for the tion 852 Introduced by Senator forces: labor, capital and consumer -
remain and rationing to indus- The car's operator Carlo Cobbof
Joe Bowie Is president of tbeand organization.I Evans Crary which If approvedby and Showed how each
1 trial users wilt continue as before Miami wa taken to Martin- the voters next would
J A. year
Wood treasurer might be satisfied
County Hospital ,with several The boys will have room and BYJAYCEESA
enable the to receive the
board at the old Welch Hospital I Prior to the films showing
IT Institutional users who wUl broken ribs, cuts and bruisesbut i seventh gasoline tax cent for
ATTENDING at' Daytona. Beach which George! H Moore officer In Commissioner Bob Baker spoke
benefit by the end of rationIng a hospital spokesman this I '
betterment of roads and
((001 IN GAINESVILLEItf : are hotel, restaurants, pub- morning reported he was rest- since the war has been vacated: county charge of the VA contact office for the health group and urgedall

Manager Lorls\ & Euritt Ito Institution and similar operators Ing comfortable and was In no by the Federal Government. play entitled ''Cornzapop- bridges -- In Fort Pierce, will speak at the members of the club to visit
t noon yesterday to attend danger' The first general assembly Is] pin'* will be presented next :PIRTLE iiiVICWi regular meeting of Harold Johns the mobile health unit which Is

lint short Course, In city The sudden termination of scheduled: Monday ,night, ,I I Thursday and Friday nights at Clyde Pirtle. Florida Highway Post 62: American Legion at the to be in the county starting today I

nagement to be conducted InMate rationing, which has been In BOY SCOUTS TO CAMP ,Dr. Colin English, State Su- the Martin County High School Patrolman stationed In Martin Civic Center at 8 tomorrow night. through June 24 and get a

which, opened today effect since April 20, 184 fol- Three members of Troop '34 perintendent of Public Instruction Auditorium by the Junior Cham- County officially returned to Moore will explain benefits tree X-ray He stressed that It

fit' University of Florida lowed the allocation to this will leave Sunday for Camp Os- Dr, H",Harold Hume, provost ber of Commerce, it; was an-, duty yesterday from a sick leaveOf of national service life Insur. Is a free and quick operation and
that each
who Is
pu in Gainesville The country of an additional 350,000 borne near Lantana to spend for agriculture\ at the University nounced this' week, more than six months. He ance and reinstate members person X-rayed
la his
fit Is being conducted by ton out of the world pool and two weeks, returning home June of Florida. and William Directing the comedy In whichall returned to Stuart more than policies which may have been doing community a servicea I

n B. C. Riley of the unlver- the knowledge that this country 28. They are John Rein; William H. Morgan, 'Jr, 2nd vice-president taknt will be of local originIs two weeks ago, but had delayed allowed to lapse He also will the association utilize this I
unit In Its effort to
"11 general extension! division would be able to obtain around Leach and Robert Tally. Future Farmer of Miss Jerry McCluskey of the his return to duy. He will\ Join explain other benefit for which tuberculosis stamp out

Will extend through Satur- 200000 ton 'more from Java Leach will serve a* an Instructor ca will be featured spea Empire :Production Company Patrolman Warren Button Jul I veterans are entitled under pre Baker here.
nirlt Is expected home Sun- where large amount were hid- Scoutmaster A. C. ,Bridges Ameri-I Cant for the play ,Wall drawn the county patrol. sent national and State laws also commended the
Tuesday night and practices: In work of the county\ nurse and,
the war. ,
den during
out that these
auditorium will be held pointed X-rays
ADDITIONS :i BEGUN I nightly through Wednesday. Methodist Pastor Attends State !Will do much to help her In her

MADE Coleman Firestone Announces -,oi I Following announcement of efforts to keep the county'*
The Installation new
PUBLIC LIBRARY one health standard high.
plans for the play at the Jay-
switchboard and the replacement I CMS regular meeting at the Convention in St. Petersburg
a adldUon to the Mar- of a present one with a '
Grand Saturday court house Monday night It
County Public library were Reopening, on more modern one which will 'I Wall decided to hold another THE TIDES
Most the service oil that board
OUQced this week hv Uh r. popularity ,contest for youngsters The Rev. W. O Aldridge was ference raised 4401.507 last

lira., Jeanne rt -ihM I, Grand reopening of Coleman: Texaco and Firestone Service from seven to II caller Was begun i up to school age with bottles returned to Stuart as pastor fora r year, and ha plans for an extensive ....--

'ado 'J'\de.Rodt?' by Adelyn Home .A Auto Supply. the Firestone -, outlet In the Ford building for 'at the office of the South- to be placed In the business third year of the Methodist building I program I"its.prigh .04. law ..star for the 8a. Lee*
linen Bell and Tele- Iu the worb Jena IL
ern Telephone ending
"Three Day. by Store In It* new quarter 7 years. He I II a native of Ken- area! ot)I town for the placing of Church during the annual State I throughout the State as soon Suadard. Tinic,
f hen Longstreet "Kenn," In the present Building, 1 II announced tucky, 1 Ia married and has two graph Company here last week. ballot at 1 cent each. conference of the Methodist as conditions are more favorablefor For 8-11 Point. add I hour, I',
Lolda> 1 The work Is not expected to be 4 a been It Minutes
.Bromfield, "There Was In a. full page ad In children. He was Construction Official action was taken by Church In St. Petersburg from It. For the building program 11"W"rossidird' owklr kr W. H. q I
nme by Taylor Caldwell today: New : Foreman and Camp Murphy completed, before July 1. the organization to sever Its relations which he returned Tuesday f It was reported $2,267,231 111i"ItilL I

nwblood Royal"\ by Sinclair The business 1 11 owned, and Post Engineer all during the The Improvement of serviceIn with the Stuart Sail- night. III on hand. k."I.pwid., .t1l ,II,

d 4., "Angel'* Flightby Ed- operated by J. L, Coleman who war, leaving Camp Murphy to the Stuart office originally fishers baseball team'which It Mr., Aldridge said yesterdayhe I It also was announced more jam is14 11 I"I 10, '141 I..*. .1"1..11 :,,Il. IT 4
Hoistins and "The yixqr ha been handling Firestone I manage the Coleman tore In was to be completed by the middle has sponsored for the past two d.I "alael for the, chance to than $27000000 was given nationally ." II 4.11, 4W9 1"" 110s,

I'rank'YerbJ: tire U Stuart for 17 years, and November 1944 of April but was delayed by seasons It wa decided at an return to Stuart where my I last year for the church a June It 11UM :104.. 414,:,'1, 111\I :llt. lIea, .. "

Carter remind*'resident Texaco products since 1924 He Assisting at the tore Is' 3. the nationwide telephone strike, Informal meeting June I that church people have been very : etxenslon crusade\ work, and J.IS IU 1 17 ItAll INAS

!She library >II open each cam to'Stuart in 1921 .a* a Lloyd Campbell who came to I such action should be taken but kind to me." He will speak at $U,000.000 of this already has Akwo !..:1....list 1011'1'" at"

J from ':JO a. m. until I p. m. Texaco distributor and openedthe Stuart in 1934 A native of Mississippi CITY COMMISSION' I a Quorum was lacking at the the 10:U a. m. service Sunday been spent overseas for ruined

J Sunday and I II located Coleman Home .ft Auto Sup. he 1 II married and has MEETING CANCELED time. on "W, Are Able" and will report 'churches, schools and orphanage rHE WEATHER

'Woman'* club on South ply In October, 1944 ,He also two children and, ha been In The regular' meeting ot the Formal Installation of new with Herbert B. Thayer on *. For foreign missions $=,-

>" AVG.ENROLL. ,j opened Coleman ,Firestone the hardware business 7 year, City Commission at; city hall last layers officer was postponed the conference at a meeting for 000 ha been, paid $89,442 ha ,..r: 4L"U": .::.... OWtt.tr,,
Service Station here in February Joining the Coleman firm In 194S night was canceled due to the 'until the next meeting June 23. church member Sunday night. been given to the youth Emory: My H.H,, .a....... 4' ,
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IN"- I of this year. "Our aim 1* to give the people absence of Commissioner W. R. I I From the conference Mr. Ald- fund and ""' 01 has been vent ....._ Mho__

CATION i .- Marled and with I children,he of Stuart and Martin County Baker and Mayor Phil Pence OPENS SODA SHOP ridge brought back word that' directly oversea for churches June, I '" "f' Isavine "

CLAM I II',a native of Tennessee bat merchandise, of the highest who were called to Atlanta yesterday AT INDIANTOWN the year ending May 31 had been relief This latter sum Includes 9 .." vs

enrollment the hi- been active In civic affair. *ervIni quality and at price comparative afternoon on city bust a-- .. a banner) one all over the a gift from the Stuart church =, ; _:; ;:'

'Of the* ; on the city commission for to the mall order houseC"Manager now Commissioner J. U Cole Earl: Knoll I II opening a new and nation Insofar a* the to Rev cart Anderson In. Nor June.. 0 U IsIssue.
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Vacation Btkte 11III0011 S years, and as Mayor In 1846The Rue stated today "W man reported they would return soda fountain I at Indiiintown odist Church I II concerned con-1 way. Mr. Aldridg old'. ." 11 U ",.".. '_" ,,11,,I. IsINCHU ItJ.
occurred Frtdfcy, when j store 1* managed, by are Joined by the Firestone,Tire tomorrow and the next regular Olandaltansundries plan* additions of the conference, which he Mr. Aldridge, was replaced by "RAINIF"

Pupils> retM.it"according I Chart K. Rue;who,came,to i'.ft Rubber CO; la' guaranteeing commission,meeting; )will be held toon The new place now has a membership of the Rev X.' C Young last Sunday aw" \a' ,:' ," '; :" ... '_5: 1its"

Mix: M. Surge, prtndpal. j Stuart In l n. 'Rue tan, the I customers satlsfactlon.f June 25 :will be called "!arl'* Soda Shop 535, it was reported the : ... +, .. .

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IS GRADUATED STUART SCHOOLENROLLMENT Suggestions j CIVIL. SERVICEEXAMINATIONS' eer for construction, general, 11'011Mn.. Gertrude MinnZ

'1-1 i : Mobile Health Unit Will Offer highway, sanitary or structural' the.' Stuart-Post Office.MARRSAGL ,

I 'I l :work are due In the office of, -APPtICATl01q
I U UP For Mosquito, the ward' of Civil Service examiners : ,1- xle.r' .."'"
Si( Free X-Rays Here Next Week : 'at..,,. a? III,
i .
: I for the U. S. Atomic 504, 1I..bb., 111..1. ...LI
4 1 ': Control GivenNew Energy Commission not later ;);.+Y.5 A. art.,i\\ ,1.:
A health project of vital Interest I transmit the Infection to others. 15 PERCENTSIS ARE than July) 10 -',;'

: l to fiery resident cf 'Aar7 ,He l U also losing! his health and I Further Information on these .! woro.owoav..i.; + ,,.-..' v...
Brunswick, ,N I.. June 12A'1It .
tin County li to be undertaken;I II bodily resistance,so the earlier
I Attending at Year's .-0< :you want to keep your for .three sets Of Civil
', "jJll' here starting today' through treatment Is begun the earlier a
I : June *24 Maxx X-rayj of adult ,person wilt be cured.Approximately Close, Johnwtck: home "mosquito-proof this Service examinations for which
I? population will be made In adetermined I SS 000 .i Reports summer don't overfeed the fish applications are due within the \ ,
I people
: effort to control next four week were announced -
I .. tuberculosis by finding all cases idle each year in the Drilled Enrollment In the Stuart elementary in :your garden pond. this week through the Stuart < '
J of the disease In the ,jcommuntty i il' i'States from TB It Is reported. and high school for Experts at the New Jersey Post Office.Applications YOUR 'CLOTHES.
Because of the nature of the In Florida 1 more than 700 died I, "1 I the 1946-47 school year which Agricultural Experiment;- Station for an examina-

I 1 ; .!' disease every unknown tuber I,from the disease 1 last year, Every ended May 39 was marked by a say that hungry flan eat tion for probational appointment Have your Winter Clothing, Blankets: et teD-,

,, !. bloats. cane presents a threat to life could, have been saved been ifproper 15-per cent increase over last mosquito larvae, but fish full ol ]leading to a permanent Cleaned and either' Moth.Proofed or Put.in MO&
\ the entire comunlty. TB III precautions had position, as meat Inspector, live- Proof for the Summer. Take
food allow larvae to Bag advantage
packaged of
communicable and seldom hot,taken! fcmm oiuuBh Of shocking year( It was revealed by Principal I stock Inspector, virus-serum Inspector Famous Berlou M6th-Proofing Service. M,
recognizable signs In the early significance In the tact that for Erwin F Johnwick grow. and Inspector of Imported -
I stages Nevertheless during this I i every death there art approximately -j Total enrollment at the close The entomologists have issued animal products: for dutyIn .'

i early_stage the I _patient !may ,. ( 10) ,active. eases, ,in 'the of school was SIS as compared these 10 commandments for Southeastern States with the
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I I to 448 at the same time In 1948 mosquito control: Bureau of Animal Industry of GEORGE
I DONALD G ST. ONGESt. Each of the three Into
categories -
the C:8 Department of Agriculture -
t 1. Eliminate all standing water -
MARTIN COUNTY Once, son of Mr' and Mrs. I which Johnwick office are due in Atlanta not lat- '
Clifford A. st. Onge of Hobe 1 1, breaks the total also show Increases er than June 28 Martin" County' CleanersPhone 'l
,," WELL DRILLERS I Grades 1-1'this :year r 2: Cover ralnbarrels with mos- Application for an examina-
Sound was graduated June I 4159 j last year and grades 10-12 quIto-proof screens tion as a safety engineer, grade<<

All Types of Pumping from Riverside Military Academy had 110 this :year as compared to 3, Seal.cesspoolj P=2 and P-3, and safety director 190 P. O Box 90S :
at Gainesville, Ga.. 99 In 1948. The graduating class Drain clogged roof grade P-4. are due In Atlanta -
4 gutters
this had 40. the most In the
NEW EQUIPMENT 'where' he earned numerous :year not< later that June 30.
schools history, as compared and flat roofs
foot Applications for an examination -
ncholattie honors and a
Charles Mayps & Jack Gipson ball trophy He will enter '27 lost spring: 8. Cut up or remove old tires. on an open competitive

I 318 E.: Fourth St. Garage Apt. Tulanv University at New Twenty: -seven teachers were (. 1 wheelbarrow and pails unassembled Civil Service basis ONFATHER'S
Orleans in September employed: In the schools and Inline 'f/) they cant hold water.
I Just West of Dr. Parker's Office UJ".V.
with the expected further 7, Oil sewer Inlets:, cisterns "
I increase In the schools enroll- and excavations weekly, A NEW BOOK FORGROWERS
State. ment next fall several additional >. Change water In'troughs t DAY}{
luberculor control depends teachers will join the; faculty. fountains and bird baths twice ,

( ;: upon finding the infection In weekly, 1

Your Business With the earliest stages, 'for only In BOARfEWS 9: Empty or crush cans and "The Day of Days' ? i
j Pep Up doing so can the spread of the other receptacles F
I disease germs be prevented 10 Be lure that screens fit .NADS AND GIVE'e Fr'Darl"j'j'
There Is only one known means ,\ tightly that doors open out, and ORNANiNTALTREES
I of determining cases before 4 TEACHERS' that screen mesh Is 16 to the

SIGNS I the symptoms become apparent: Inch, or finer. Jewelry to be'remembered a 1 i
the X-ray: which cart "see" the{ Mesh sizes of screen are lmportant .
; disease before it manifests Itself Policy to Be Sought for Some sixes once popular PLOFUDA AND CUM gift of lasting worth something

? I outwardly. It la the goal of I Recreation Area on notably 12 by 12 and 14 by to be trlllIur"dfllr a lifetime!
CHAS. BOXWELLRAINS the" Florida ofHealth 14 mesh, have been proved Ineffective -
5th St.
I : teeve'a: | East
to X-ray ; personmore Commercial Standard Jewelry is the Personal;' Gift con-
BLDG. PHONE 103.M I than 15 years of age, a I Four wihte teachers, were] CS138-47 of the National Burciu
trived for
to bring happiness
public service whIch' Is free of of Standards. recognizes only: ; yearsto
charge. This goal Is being ac- I elected to elementary school 18 by 16,18by' 14and18by18 Your need'' not be
I ---- -- -- come, gift ;
complished by: means of a mo- 'positionS In the county at a mesh, whether galvanized steel. ,
bile unit a trailer equippedwith I meeting of the School Board commercial bronze and copper. expensive to express your: senti-

FLOWERS For All OCCASIONS laboratory equipment and June 3 at the court house Of these, It by 16 and 11 by 14 ments., .
I I. staffed by: experts. Mrs. Dorothy: English will are equal In effllcency In most

I'' BOUQUETS CORSAGES CUT FLOWERS The unit Moved Into Mar,I teach at the Hobe Sound school, sections. However greatest pro- atussoeK.l
tin County today and) will 1,Mrs. Billy Huddle and Mrs. tection la given by II by 18 mesh. } MispiiNOlsCloth '
I ,; FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS be stationed at convenient key with 18 strands an Inch in each ,
Shelton will teach In
Josephine {G. E. WALKERJewelers
; I locations In various communities direction. This Is recommended
J DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CERAMICSSMITH'S Salerno and Mrs. Myra: Schroeder -
I The technicians have so for areas where there are many
will teach at the Stuart ele- $3.501 Paper $%50
SHOP simplified the x-ray process mentary school. However, there small Insects Order from
FLORAL & GIFT that it And control
Is no longer necessary mosquito men
I still are six vacancies in outlyIng Edwin A. Menmnger
that a of his suggest consider the chimney -
t person remove any :you .
schools, Superintendent R.
I WE I clothing to have a picture madeof H. Rollins said :yesterday: but It'* a favorite mosquito "The Flowering Tree Man"Stuart 247 OSCEOLA' AVE STUART FLA

t 1! Arcade Bldf, Sth St., Ft Pierce Phone 310-J his lungs The pictures are he expects to fill these In the highway and should guarded Florida
made so rapidly that more than with fine-mesh metal screening
Immediate future. _
.. I
--'-- '-' 100 persons an hour can be X-
I [ Board member A. A. Hendrywas
I t I raYed. There U no red tape no named to meet with representatives .
conference, no filling of blanksas 1
; .a- of the City and County
I ; 1 to family histories. The X-ray Commissions and the
: / Jayceesto :
r- 1s absolutely free and confidential -. i formulate a' policy for Improving 1 Announcing The Purchase- ofSIUART
and takes but ,
f 9 VENETIAN I I, It Is hoped every a minute.resident of j the for area recreational from the purposes East-

Martin County will be patriotic I 5lh St baseball field to the
I enough to take a minute off to
high school football field
I k BLINDS make sure that he Is not a disease -
: carrier, j
a potential TB
I patient or a prospective customer -
HOME FURNISHINGS for' the undertaker. Each Individual C. H. Coulter, State: forester, RECAP' SERVICE E
I owes It to himself his I will represent Florida at the
j \ i family. his community and his 25th annual meeting of the Association
t : State to cooperate with the Public of Stae Foresters at
Health Department In stampIng YosemIte National Park, Calif,'
\ ; McMillan Furniture Co. out this disease. I Monday through Thursday! !
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'I ". NEW I-YEAR PLAN young]j By J. R. Pomeroy, Jr.

I t.. f Iii'! : Highest Cash For Your Car officers Approximately0,000 will be added, to the'j

I : Regular Army: during the next'
I It t WON'T TAKE FIVE MINUTESWe five years under a system work- ,.byUI
ed out by: the War Department, _
'1 +\ F can pay you the O. P. A. limit for your cat'which It was announced: today by'Capt. Phone VERO 249 BEACH, FLORIDA Box No. 2t'' ..

is as much as :you can get anywhere: and William F Payne Jr., command-
I [ Ing officer of the West Palm Plastic and AluminumWall
STAY WITHIN THE LAW Beach Army recruiting station. Tile I

k This five-:year plan, which calls CBAS9RSERVICE
I : SUNRISE MOTOR CO. for about 2.000 new officers each Asphalt Floor Tile ,
is similar to the
j .1 :year pre-war
: 311-25 South Dixie, I Thomason Act, but the War De- Floor Sanding and

c I { rd'I I Fort Pierce Fla. Telephone 190 partment said the new program Finishing
J will afford :young men a much Rug CleaningOur
I :t 4A' -- I better chance of receiving a I '
commission than the Thomason ;; : only' representative In I

y Act because of the larger Martin County la STATIONFor 1 P r
number of vacancies.
HOLIDAV Only men with commissioned GEORGE KEITH
Martin Cleaners
status between the ages of 21
and 25& may: apply. An applicant -e
must have' completed two
Owner Vernon Chason
:years of college and must agreeto
remain on active duty for at NOTICEMr ,; I
least two .
Clifford Sullivan is no'
15 longer connected with
FLY SOUTH either Sparbrite or their \ We will continue to operate Stuart Recap Service
I Lakeland, June 12 An aIr- local rerpresentatlv0" Spar.
borne .student body: left Miami brite Products & Service; Tire, Inspection At Itt.Present Location) llfrHalpatiottee: Street. In the
Monday morning by PanAmerican are represented locally by .
World Airways Clipper en Mr. George Keith of Martin ; Tire Service ,Bessey,Addition.
route to Guatemala, where f'lorIds 1 County Cleaners, and "
Southern College will hold i any inquiries regardingany
Its'2nd annual Latin-American! of the service rendered and Prices '
summer school under the should be made directly Our Sinclair I Service Station-Will Operate- Con
ership of President lead-I' to him. Phone 9122''t' .
Spiny, ,l With the Plant.'.
.., Drive Into
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1. Quality Material and Workmanship.In 1 :l u the Recap-


II .CHACONService. ;' Station;: ", ping of Your Tires, Guaranteed. Ou'Mini?; I*' tb'' Give

the. Public) Efficient! and'Gcsurteous Service;: }i

.4f1e Machine Shop: Work ON i
I Saystroutr a'ox't <:
Ord ( c/e fiaiCHSHOJLjy'g A: Trial Wilt Convince: 'You

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f d di PHONE 8156f Stuart Marine, ServiceIncorporated : CHASON-SERVICE' STATION/ 1; "

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,2OI''ntt.. and Federal.
Highway Stuart Flaw ."I" 91111

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,- WALLOP duled yesterday but was poet \ r "

LINE SPORTS BELLE GLADE FIRST POMPANO SOUGHT COACH 'OLE .MISS' I Sailfishers' DODGERS FORT PIERCE 11-3 I poised on account of wet 1\1',.f' l

Shlpes/ Spoiled/ Belle Glade/ BEATEN TWICE! When Manager John N. fi' Averages Rise! The t.wOIIUI1000ni. Stuart Dodgers streak snappeda here led I [rounds. to participate. Five teams In the are countywide expect-*. I' : \'il'' (t,, J,' .

Mann and his Stuart Sallf Uh- I Sunday afternoon with a blistering _program.___, __ lt \ I,! ii

for Upset Sunday ers leave Sunday morning I for j U-hlt attack that smothered I lH!

Hopes, their game In Pompano Shipes in Gain a Fort Pierce aggregation J' : ;

1 l1 HAND 1 6-3 be seeking their first cleaa.'I'I' 11-$ before a large crowd at REBUILD and CONVERT J' j Ir <'

cut decision against the Little Dixie Park itt\
By ED MENNINGER, JR. ward County outfit. In their I Bit Bebee, though. not a par' Otis Gilbert went the routeon YOUR OLD MATTRESS \ J( '

rot two Innings Sunday afternoon the downtrodden Belle Jess Arnold: Stars| Stuartto tw* meetings last rear, which I tlclpant In Stuart's Sunday twin the mound for Stuart lImIting ; J l''

hide Packers nurtured rosy, visions of a startling upset u they Play in Pompano was the first In the lea,..'* I bill here with Belle Glade, never-, the visitors to seven hit after with '

w tiC Sallflshers had waltzed away with the opener 11-1. tory for Stuart was hotly pro I batting lead to 31 points Pierce got a 1-0 lead m the. 1st Y ,! .

hurler BlllBearden proved no puzzle In the tint game tAlt COASt GLADU UAGUI tested and the second ended as catcher Horace "Mule" Arnold Innln,. However the Dodgers CALL 710 \ -it ,
:: i.! :
although his assortment of tosses kept them W .. P.I CBt.IITJABT In a S-S 11* when rain halted slipped another 20 points coupled four hits with a pair of
n the Stuart sluggers ..s I .coo proceedings In the ftth In- I although: holding on to the run-! walks to tally five times In the \ I" 11 '
three Innings. But In the 4lh he tried to take a pop 'Pooiooo, I I .17" SIt
opped for ....... 0 5 .,.. 5'S innlng. nerup position. Newest competl-i 4th frame and were never We ,Will H"" J '
muffed It and the riot '
was on.
3rd baseman
away from the ; 0.00. WootI, .oou : Is shortstop Fort Pierce ,
y : : : --- tor ot-the two leaden threatened again. ,
10101' .osa ,
the smoke cleared up 11 home team batters had marched toe 5elo.u ;'I who continued hampered by 5 Call for mattress ,': I
ben Io Warren Shlpes hurler Stooton was .your
In and Bsarden was headed for an earlyowefl ,; : :d' 2 2 :m.2 25s.O field singles. Cherry promptlylashed '
six runs were with five Bubber Jackson
i plate ....... I' .."', 0I.A3T l a single to right to score i his steady rise six errors afield. 5 Reprocess usable filling : I I 1\\
times at bat Scott paced the J d
IUNDAY'1 CSULT5rrtaar both, and a walk to, Bill Mc- safeties In eight and Pewee S Completely rebuild your I
But In the afterpiece the veteran Joe Cherry was another 11.01''. 01.... 5-4. Clatchey and a Texas League JOHN CAIN Sunday for an 82-polnt gain Dodgers' offensive with three 7 '
I rounds Stuart was limited to three singles andherl1' ....ri... FloW I. Clewl".. I. Kent loaded the Bebee! also continued to headthe hlte-apiece mattress supplying l i th* following l r \ '_ ,..I j # P 1
Ly. For four single by Ray .
5.s,5 1.'PUp. \
0 oynhM
Lok wocob 1
( right field single which brought! home two runs for Belle; ... at P..**..., 4itirvorte4.NtXT base In came Graham but Joe I pitchers with five victories The score by Innings'FORT : \ hew materials "n J,\ i \\

hide In the 3rd began to look bigger and bigger The stands be- SUNDAY'S GAMES Emery lofted deep to rIght and I to his credit although wins Jesse makes Arn PIERCE 010 100 503 000 02x 200S...ll o Innenprlng unit ; j J//; II
MorH.o. tMi. .t rnholim.Hilit home with the : old's three straight STUART o Burlap and
LI to murmur of an upset. ,But Cherry suddenly weakened for flkuto.. it B>,.u.. IWneh, Cherry pranced him a contending second: and Stocton 'and darner: Gilbert pad' ,)} \ '\!
the :
'failed and the enthusiastic home STUART t Coin..,. third Belle Glade run. after Sinai Insulating
[brief spell, Packer strategy Uk. Worik> at "...,..... catch I II three of the Sallfishera moundsmen and Mulllns. ( ,
of those thrilling. situations that make o Layers of felt
treated one %
used was have tamed run averages '
led off the Btu! -
ball merica's. favorite pastime: The Stuart Sailfishers Harris 4th Lowery with, a terrific .threebagter I lower than BebeeM neat 2.25. SPLIT TWIN BILL o Button tufts I 11fl' I -
who, &gained! .undiMpute4flriot,1? i are to deep right, but the As a result of only three miscues Vero Beach and Fort Pierce

AH tt which brings us to the recent Martin County High School place mne r..jiSI''V"D'I- effort proved( eu Shlpes In 64 chances In the- Belle split a double header at Fort S ACA covering j I I : ,

who undoubtably U. the team's meet Improved member, I Glades League June 1 although was tossed out by Cherry and Olade clashes the Stuart team'sfieldIng Pierce yesterday afIRrnoolwith '\
uluiU Idled by wet grounds mark rose another S the home team winning the 0 Handle for turning I
him U beat out : and HeUley fanned I
whose gift of speed has enabled a Graham I
ones Shlpes In Belle Glade, upped theirlead points while timely hitting opener 3-2 and dropping the o Hand rolled \edge' 'Ii
Arnold was
Infield Ibis season, has been making a steady riM I But In the 5th Jesse I
of raps
iunber 1 Sun team 3 9-3.
to games ball as leadoff boosted that average afterplee :
hit by a pitched ,
and his five-hit splurge against o Completely'rrbuilt
Individual batting averages the I
the they whipped to healthy .305.
n day as and scored a minute later I points a I II
tile Glade keeLed him to a cool .404 mark and third place In the Packers in both ends of a batter on a ,passed ball and two base The averages.: RETAIL SALES GAIN mattress will be I 10I'' '

..dllduaJ1141...... double header 11-1 and 6-3. hit A free ticket to.. Horace I BATTING A retail sales volume of 1. returned within ;

looked smooth- Third place Pahokee stunned out was fol- O AB R R RBI An. 528629000 In. Florida last year
has with two '
at his shortstop poilllon Arnold
Moreover, play Pompano on'its home field June to I' n',, 7 :: : 11 ; m stood 22.T per cent higher than 48 Hours t' :
Intentional : :
the week. In Sunday's game be handled six chances within lowed by an pass ...,. 55 I 5 I' \to final estimates -
r ly that .... In 1945 according
t with a S-. upset victory Lowery to bring up Shlpes, but : slIp I S It III II S ,t
and of three Stuart players to work the full I 4 5 ,4110IlIueei. and Industrial .
waver was one left Stuart alone on the loop's lacIng 11011 1 Ie I the research TOTAL COST ONLY t I
he spoiled the strategy ,. .4.0 ,'
5 0 I 'I
0 !
...... .. of the Florida
M con top rung by a half game, and a single past third to score ---- clips s I 0 I 5 1 111 i
him with his stiffest tent In thai had been received by LESTER BROMBELOW'Hurry' 5. A..k n IT II 'II II ..501I. State Chamber of Commerce $24.75 iL
But Joe Cherry presented no report what provd to be the tying and ....", I' 40 I It I. .500
rind clash Sunday. A hit baUms'n, a double and a walk had t this morning on Pompano's winning runs former Alabama 1'....... I' I I 0.ssv stated yesterday In Its weekly '
3D, .
Cain, .
I. 5 I. I .051Will. Ii
(1,00. 5 review.
induced. one Sallftoher( talley In the 5th Inning and brought up return game last Sunday In Pa The box scores! recently ,' .,.. 9 1" 0 I .... Business Mattresses 1
before had cracked a tremendous hokee. A Pahokee win would FIRST OAK: football star !1,1111.' .. t II S I 0 ..505Thovpoos
arch lowery who the Inning and director of .5 0 5 I 5,5110 JUNIOR BASEBALLPROGRAMDELAYED Springs"I" t l
Into second couch
to right. The smart thing for Cherry U do was pass him boost the'Beanplckert BELUt CLADlAH head H.4.he. I II 5 0 0 ..111II Box : I ,
pie All .... ,. 4 1 ..555von.
place 50 percentage points K R PO at Southwestern 5 U I
i favor of a less potent slugger and hat he did to load the sacks 1I..c.t.tIorr., 0 ....S 0 5 I I I athletics .. .._ .a so I. I 0 .1. '
The Factors" still led Sand had two out ahead of Pompano and leave W. Icnorr If .. ......_S I { SICknrr Louisiana Institute at Lara,-, I.h.... I I 5 I I ..145A.u. Inclement weather; prevailing Studio Divans fA
i.d brine up Shlpes. both teams two games back of Ib-rt 1 isaei.a.Oce. ... T 11 I I 0 .011I
coolly took a couple of balls and then laced a sharp single ..::..-...:.;5 : I 1 I Ia..t'IL ette has been appointed back. I,,,.. t Is : : 1 .000C. the past 10 days has delayed the !
lupo) Stuart. .. .. ...... I 0 511 0 t .,',, : 5 :OIlS From "
(seen shortstop and third base to bring home twe runs and The Sailfishers .win play In I1.l.sb.el I S I I field coach at the llniTenltr 1.1. & S S 0,50vTOAS start of the American Legion'sJunior Direct j
........ .... but It
ie days. second decision for his team. Pompano next Sunday in the ==-.1: ;:.:"".::: : 1 001' of'' Mississippi. "Mike" Bronx- : .II n. II I 111 II :555 baseball program I I. : 5
contests .. ... ..... S 00 5 I PITCHING will be Initiated at 4 Wednesday Manufacturer ,
mowed the Packers down there- first of four successive ..1. rfHU.5b I 'former Texas Christian
levee Arnold then calmly _.,.... ....S 1. I IH' below G W 10 110 WIRAn.h. I atfernoon, with a. game In In- ''I
facing only 11 men In the last three Innings while Ships with their closest competitors. Vnivenitf line coach, will re- .. v S 0 so n usi between that town'steam I To You
jlter will return the visit I 4 IS u o'STUART ..0Ao&d. S I S It 0 I.n dlantown I
lent si U single again In the 1th and score the last Stuart run.. Pompano Stuart will I loin the, Unlverstyr ot. Mississippi 100..,. 0 I 5 I 5 "n and the Kobe Sound team -
0 5 5 4 ,June 22 after which AB R H PO A I '5,00pose I' 0 0 I"UlfII.
0 In Pahokee June 29 and I Shim' ft .,_...,;..4 I' 1 I I staff at chief scout and S I' 0 I i 55.09 ; It was announced yesterday by At ,
Shaughnessy playoff time In the East Coast Glades League play 0.1,0010 i .... .......I 0 I 1 I 1Intnn 0,0,0.. ..0 0 I. 1.55 T. J. F. Kennedy chairman ot I
close the regular season here ,Ib .... __ Is 55 SWIllisc assistant coach In September. ,
only a month away, but six of the) loop' eight entries are still July 8.. as host to the East Beach I I 1/ -.-_....,...5 I I 0 SJ,9n..ole the Legion committee la charge I REAL SAVINGS'J I

ry much hi the fight for the four positions to be Included In the team'On.these four games plus ..._.. of ........__.s 5 I 5 0 0 ISO 5 5 5Aoosat FISHING LICENSES Lake OkcechobeeFishins of the program ache. Special Attention .:
The tussle for fourth place Is particularly In- closing pair with .. ....1. . IIII ,, The game originally, was
amos windup. Pompano' ,III.. rf ................1 I AVAILABLE HERE ;
jlved, with three teams within a half-game of each other Belle Glade hinge the positions 15,11 ,e---------- _,. .. I S 0 Good I To

:iliokee'l unexpected upset (if Pompano a week ago Sunday makes of these three teams for the JAn.040.,,: p: ::--------5. --::--5 ,1 i IsT1..e 0 County Judge Arthur R. Clonts Is Hotels I

11 Beanplckers appear niore dangerous to the SaUftahers flag Shaughnessy playoffs next Aniul -, ..-..-I 5 I 0 I eo- Monday his office has
:'pea than second place' Pompano who will be' hosts to Stuart month for which all three are "OOcCe5.--------.....-, IkH .. .. I I. .- Issued 880 fresh water fishing The June Issue I of Florida 1)tACICf Tourist Courts
clash June 28 and July S In theamn' virtually assured of participation. GoII". I. ?. 4 ! Wildlife published monthly by
J da,. Stuart and Ftthokee : .. .. licenses during the past year and Fresh Water &.
beaned his third II It U II"1 I the Florida Game
solidly Apartments
last regular games Jesse Arnold gained credit for by 1..1.... VIola total Includes 380 resident Fish Commission reports on -' '
2nd Inning I -
In a throw t()' second base In the MKILH (..LAIJlHTUAKT ...eol 005 I 0 : .
ittman attempting here -
In both tilts. } Okeechobee. ,
the victory permitsIssued. In Lake
but -----------.i.: :: : til i tl I' and 200 non-resident fishing .
i the second game Sunday And his victim fell likes, log man- Sunday each of which were only Hum ...t.... In-W. 'Emw,. Chip,.., "They're beginning to gel Visit Our Stores' "' ,
,td to continue In action after a spell for which he received ace by mutual Munch Wllllnnu. H, ArnoW 5. H.'.,., In FlorIdarelIable 's old Supreme Silk '
Innings long again
seven ... ; announced hungry
S. Ormh.m I Two > hiU( -Hrlin* Clonts also H
round of applause Hurler Bit Bebee was absent from the agreement. The opener had I. J, AmoU TnrM b.,. bus H. Am.K Judge received supply of the Inland ocean. After a BAIT CASTING LINE'TheWorld'.fineil AT
he has a
|tuart bench Sunday for the first time. this year but. Is expected been called! for 1:30.: but was .I... I.rl Ift 4 rani 5. -.....Stunrt. -- 51,0 S .1(511.GInS. 5. licenses for the year starting I sluggish April the black bass

nek before the July .5. finale. delayed an hour and 1 minutes H.,II. Gl.d.. 4. Stohn ..** B
., by the visitors' late arrival. : =...::b.":: U '",:'l'i. :;' and according to the latest Fishing is best on the west and Line smoother and] 1
been the Arnold Limited Belle Glade .M .. nr .......;. I: BnM oob.H.-l,. now southwest sides In the grassyfrInges "
have given andFresh
For the first time In a decade the fans off II... .... I. .ft 1. AnoU S Wild'" ruling by the State Game \ monger waterproofedby Sleep Shop. ,- -
all to four singles over a sixIn- .... .. of the lake., The area
for the 14th annual Major League pltrk 'd. Mum nnd nluoff -- Water Fish Commissionare proceTh
once to select the players first game .. It ,In I 1,01'..., ..ee'0.oosin5us44u5l.oIfJ Island and our special : '
4 ,
ning route,, In the Brardni date 1 around Observation j
u |am* to be played In Chicago's Wrigley Held July a. Every while his mates combined 11 .. good starting with 'tha Bare Beach have been particularlY World' Record of s 151 Ib. 120 North 2nd St.. \

a biN Is urged to make his. choices and send them to tabulated.the Chits hits with a half dosen Packer ron ApO.ldIo,440.5slp.f5Tho..p 0 nnd t I. I ,10,1... Wlnnlnn' nlunn,. of ,Issuance. good to the angler. In the Tsrpon on an 18 lb. test (Next to Norton's) \ ,' .

Tribune sports editor where tbevotes are being error for an easy win. Bill 5.Ueir.uPseb." Arnold.: .(..00o u.S k.i.pIlO..55,5. Tsi..J( ma.arcoND CAMPBELL EYES RECORD grassy section you'll have your line was made with a Black .' I
radllne Is. June te. so don't Belay that ballot Sallfishers at In deep or
for the voting Bearden held the .. best luck with a spoon i Pearl Use.NORWICH.

>nf., The game's sponsors particularly! urge voters to considerill bay for three frames with a good CAlli London June 2- W( ) -. Sir er water angler' ate bringingIn
Mason's records of a player, net what he has or might havene assortment of pitching that kept 2-year-old up to nine-pounders with a"shlmmywlggler" liNE COMPANY r
off balance, Jbnooi,4 .... Malcolm Fair stringsof 'w... Dubbins Sleep Shop ,
In years past. the local batters OosGk'rupt.-----:: '' :: :: ; IS ; arcing enthusiast said today : .l..A... j'e4.J I -
,but started his\ own downfall In A-e.s 550WlIIoo super-stream bream are also being caughtIn HOIWICH. I.?.
Bluebird f
:: : : :.: : ; his new S. Dixie :
0 0 0 1910
the 55 .5 seem
ODDS AND ENDS!!: Maj. Mark Bradiey, director of admissions the 4th when he muffed .....h.. ....., ,.:". . lined. Jet-propelled speedboat, the deep water They I !
,write of his personal attach. leadoff batter's pop fly Ten M.rrr tHnll ..,_. .-.-..,.... ., I I. ready for an attempt this to have a liking for worms Sold by West Palm Beach t I\ \ ,
i the Holies School Jacksonville. In that ( __..... was
coached J>r. Walter r. Davey efloaari more batter followed H.Ap.olds- :1'l:: I 5 ( I A-- month to better his own world'swater HARDWAREand '
cut> lo athletics I In Stuart Ho : : :::: I
school, and he recalls Inning before the side was rt- Uw_rr .f : : I ussS speed record of HI.7 miles CLERK .IS CANDIDATE Phone 4S30 "i'I' I
< when they were Ia a Northern prep tired with six runs In and the Shin* M ....+ : 5005 ,
team In (15.0.0 ". :._. e s s S hour, established In 1939 )
all-national academy an PIERCE, June }3 (FNS- I)
and Rutgers University basketball team.: Packer veteran OrifflBInir.m 5 .- ........-...- I 0 I 0 5 I Ammon McClellan, contractor !" :t ,. :
later .
captained a In the afterpiece "
.. .
InJ c....... ...n. ,
twlma lean Stelner. ef New Market Teim, will be girls physical pitcher Joe Cherry proved Arnold, n,:::::.:::..:::.: : : : : : cone(54--, on'k.o5-b rcfrneO,' I".... 0,0, and grower! !. Who Is assistant 1 I "
; & next' fall replaclni capable on Q'rirfln i, t'oy j. Arnold i Ran on hnlUoff reading clerk m tne House, announced -
school considerably more '
oration director the high "IiBELLI J. FOOD
ofl I II'
hi ." I, off Griffin I. ., ; last week he will 'be' a TASTY DELICIOUS -
with good results and stymied the Sail- GLADC.Aa kjl ci '
ilh Glenn whose" lM -47 teams came off the bill Arnold I, Hit kr .1190. -
tlr limited Interscholastle competition. Th Flying La 01 fisher for four Innings until ..,.......I II 5 H 5 PO I A I SMcCIol'S.N S I CO.p.(Lose'..5.., i An.IA Arnold P ,54 Wild jyichk.nnr ... -1. 'candidate In 194 of for Agriculture the office FAVORITE DRINK :: f
Fort Mere he weakened In the 5th at which wa..c .no es' no nnd kilo'. i off Cflffln I of Commissioner YOUR
walloped aimn
Oct! Lauderdale High School, who so soundly rallied to take the ,-K..llh ...... .. .1. I 455 ... 4 I. 1 I /I I..'.... off G>th.ni I I'for Florida Nathan Mayo, Incumbent
eventually won thi point Stuart '. : .. ,%. 5 e I .,.. .If A..I. L I
n he finals of the district baseball tourney, It lead and Arnold came In to toss Jri" .I t : 55 ...... S I.I. 0 1'1 1..1.I... wl.! .,.05.0.0.. has already announced .
(tate title abcs they whipped strong Avon Park '-S last month hltless Innings and earn 5.5,5,550 I SHrnnnon 1. A..o'd.' V..pI...'-'..o.k's.S ...1.. his candidacy for another term. Bar
four rf : 0 I Ikutlooum I 0 Lucie
baseill St.
club "
(land. tp and down thE east coast 1 nter-clvie his second triumph of the afternoon U .5 1 f i tIkon TII" .

games for charity have been much. In evidence. Why eonldnli ? si ....... ...,,.... .. I so, : ,

i a contest b* revived hers? The nationwide Big Ban Six consecutive base hits following .7"-. "THE JINX"BEER 'I
ie.lveue Choice
slest sponsored) by the Western Auto Supply Company of Mis- Bearden's miscue and : STUART' .. ....._.....,...!. Ml I-I Line of ,
than $11.000 b under way In S5! another In centerfield started Kt.1.1: OLADK ............. ... u-s I LUNCH SOFT, DRINKS t
prize* totaling more ... ...t.4 In-firtffln." I mien with entries accepted until Sept. 3*. At. one time I a I the! Packer toward defeat In enin Houndom.Tw =.. obi,., : and
amateur box- first Horace Arn bnM .hit --s.I IhHo 10,, 0. ; SPECIALCHICKEN -
the game. A.
sOle of month ago there was I plan for bringIng S.o.S '. s 1 :.
llvs.wleuiistalnuiue01 triple to center and ;I\Gh..i.\ ,. : in
old's long I to 0.en. SANDWICH I'
to provide some 4. -
week STEAK -
I and wrestling t* Stuart each two-bagger 04. I. B.1e' CII.... .. o..hle p10. 15.Arucid FRIED '
both for Interested participants and ares fans. Wi Ray H.l8le'.III'II' .. Omou, 5(4.., 0.... I. 'ON BUN.. 23c
'N the Idea hasn't been lost. The Legion's Junior basebal featured and two that more concerted Packer, errors, III 1ff' Opens 9:00 A. M. 'til 2:00: A. M. BAR: H HIS

"Tan Is starting In tile county. Left give this! outlet lor youn|, aDd three more hits produced vJ .3'A Miles North of .rtTH' Fed. No. \.

Ty a helping hand whenever the need arises. another trio of run In the Stuart IrA1'tS .IN YOU CANT BEAT JINX

5th frame. (. -fI' Open Sunday Noon 'Till 2.00 A., M. WHERE'YOU CAN GET A 4

Paul Thompson took over the Closed All Day Tuesdays REFRESHING GLASS

Jones Well Drilling and' Plumbing mound last Inning chores to for rest Stuart Arnold In the incase -5 'Os2, - ', TASTY OF I

he was needed In the. second I NYLON '

Quick Servic. W. try to pleas you contest and retired the aide TAVERNAND BLUE RIBBON BEER

Inquire; at loonier lit his first pitching performance ''BAIT CASTING LINE THE DIXIE 0 _

49W,6tlaSt.SYDNEY ? of the season CoachBerry LOUNGE ON DRAUGHT
JONES also got Into action for Smooth and smaller thsa COCKTAIL

Stuart. Florida the fIt time, catching the last other lisa! of squal| Mst.Brsidtd IS Miles North of Stuart On Federal Hi-Woy 1 MARINE ROOM
0. Boa 1048 PHONE GOOD
two \Inning and starting behind sod processed by IF YOU ARE,WISHING FOR A

the plate being In forced the afterpiece to retire before In out methods special!which slow, 'cartful Insure EAT and DRINKYOU p IS.THE: PLACE TO _

the 2nd, inning with a torn- strtogth tad ease WILL FIND A "TASTE TREAT*AWAITING ENJOY A COOL REFRESHING DRINK .

Abstract Service I fingernail/ grestcr of calda,. Made la sloe YOU.;SUPERB WINES AND LIQUORS, PREMIUMBOTTLED DEUs EVENINGS. BRING YOUR FRIEND!'. ,
Also\ making his\ first start on HOT PLATE LUNCHES ON WARM
the mound was George Griffin tests front 9 10 50 Ib.NORWICH .. SANDWICHES BEER. SERVED IN OUR COCK. !AND ENJOY; YOUR FAVORITE DRINK ...';: 1I'V'jCT'O'Y
PROMRTNES6 ACCURACY COUIWWY5AUta la the second game who dldo't.allow. TAIL LOUNGE. '
a safety In the first two. UNC COMPANY '

Inning but ran Into trouble In n.t1f:.. 'w-' Open. From lOuW A.' M. ON WEEK DAYS. : [
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.tv_i Till t *. I IflBUKuice Co.W.STUAATFLOMDA. .. the ardland was '.replaced by FaA A GOOD TIME. VISIT 1

; : .m*( Graham.' No.wccs.Y.! << BAR AN*\JtyWI: :ROO ,.
I 01.; After ,OrUfia had singled THE DIXIE TAVERNBILL _
told .
horn Warren Shlpes with the pLEADING Packag.Goo4a., .11 ___

first run,ot the gam* In the 2nd HARDWARE. COLSON Prop, .

Pro.. Jake BraniwB and mleston. led andSPORTS
t1QV' ; FrM Qw.44M.Urry,,
oft (be Belle Glade Suet with.In- STORES
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| p. Los It J.to soma Moss PMdmta; "FILTWIOiJR.NAMC. ,..
'h'T In- home of MrL. ,'OeorI'OsblOrnwith sIMPLE' 'DEED a1.1'herrk. to 1'.1'11.
attend and all others are FEE
TE :StTlP LAUDED Won letup second to none In the 5 .5 1A Cllrford P.Rewma "B-soil to TW fubli.CMATTW. .
few members present sow R. a.tin I
'.' I "f 4 Sanford( June 12 FlorIda I United States declared H. W.11 I SOCIAL NEWS of STUART ]II vitedapt: Dewey B. Hearn chair Alter ohly a lunch .a short business EVERGLADE. M ORAWACC" ... DUO ,L.O..o R..wse( ,M.al.MODTCACt 1.pN, ,

I i I I T Mcdsmcji tr men.citrus+, truck growers rowers and. genital eat- Schneck president Plant of the Florida City retiring Seeds man announced that the State meeting and sewing were Board 1.>>m/ae.o C_..l.il Dlitrk.....M.*orI. Rouelod-. ft ......-' b 1"i! ; i,
i J Marlon Jeffries held.
I farmers indeed fortunate '. Association at Its recent representative ...real I...m- Faed.
: are men ARMY
I .' to have ate-j I meeting hen McKIesky, Mrs. Margaret Keller of Orlando will be present to Mr*. Francis' BUUer and CASEMENT O..S..Arni to Ulrtx.nl DISCHAXGt I,.. .t.
an experiment .... .. IH.
; r I \' .. Church Guild Mrs Jeannette Clements discuss the work. program for mother, Mrs Shelby McCulley a.a0oA.0.ierkj.. r'LNV.a N 66
.. q. ; Mrs Alice Hlnson Mn Gladys the new year were hostesses to 70 people ata .mph : : :::
r \ Boweririg, Mrs DIantha Plrtle, Mrs. Ruth 8. McQueeney. executive miscellaneous shower given In Rek.rt T. /-I. I .
V SALES of the Palm and Mrs. Bobby '1'._ '" 1'0'0' -
\ See Us For Holds SupperAt Mrs Jean Sheridan Mrs. Alice secretary honor of Mr. r
) .. Holden Mrs Letha Luklna, Mrs Beach County chapter, wIll report Thompson June, 3 at the homeof I..... E"r>.>_.l.. ....1! M A_'.
:, ''II A 1 & Ow Repairs and on the operation ef the Mrs. Francis Stiller After the 1'0- .M T mip* CosMnr t
; Sudle Joss!, Mrs Eleanor Glass,
I .
: ,I .. @f I I. '(I Port SewallMrs Mrs. Rose Walton. Miss Addle treatment center at St. Mary's viewing of the many beautiful Yore./lvh.n/ .n 71b, AWrtmW.se ,...- 7 ..
fi \ SERVICE Parts Lee Moore and two guests. Mrs Hospital In West Palm Brachwithwhich gifts cake and punch were Frank J. Dim :* 0. w Awe' *::""TS.r .atOMt
1 ... ,. .
Graham and Miss Rosemarle this chapter Is affiliated served pha .nd '1' Co.MVB.Ls
..... LID
and (. I. "la" 5 as to Aerleoa -
Mrs Scotten
Curtis Whltlcar and Mrs P.7.
'' Schollmeyer. i Mr and Telwhe5 sad TMSmpht
I j 1' BAUER Schroeder were to hostesses Martin County plans to send and Casale Mae .
ARNOLD Myra The next meeting will be at daughters Joan opoor.Q .... ,. .
W Service \ to the State edu- Palm Beach : too Cs555e.lepkpi.
to the slryan the home of Mrs. Walton In representatives I were callers In wrist old T........
I i 'I'. St. Lucie Boulevard Phone 142-W Guild of the Methodist Church Palm City July aPRAYtU calonal meeting In Tampa' June Sunday, A. O. ri''...H".n4 T'hwrwil--. ..PsOSNail HOMt CANNING1'IEST,2.pltce :
'I '1 for lid( ) quarterly; covered dish 26-27 at which lay ana professional Mr. and Mrs Frank Simmons .. Ie 10.'.
upper last Thursday night:; at SERVICE HELD workers will hear scientific I of Canal Point spent last weekend T.ieie.nd TtkwrapkDEATH Cu: metal. 1W

Mrs Wliltlcari Port Sewatf AT BAPTIST CHURCH leaders give the latent developments here visiting her parents, po.". .U.. ...1'.mtil d....hpet?lot t
'. l horn of and advice on Johnson DEED.AND .RELEASE. .., .1...-.MNdt.. \Th.m't
i ; REMEMBER DAD ON ; The Lottie Moon Circle of the Mr. and Mrs. O. H. I"dl..o .,. ._ I C as toJoh. eo deeMq(
1 national fight against the entertained .... Ls.k/a0/ Nor s left "al I .iw
JUNE 1STH WITH A After: supper! a ,:toil business Woman Missionary ,Union of the Mrs, O H. Johnson Na
hooso."Md I
'i i JANE PARKER meeting was hold 1 and Mrs the Baptist Church .was In pollomylltls! virus. The meeting Monday evening with a miscellaneous ... Alfred r. Kahn'CFRTIFICATt, Petit Jot pr5N1.lsI-ledl.;
Whltlcar rnt rtalnixl with a charge of the prayer service! at will, be held In the assembly shower in' honor.of SPECIAL, ..WARRANTY TO DOW ........
of the Hotel Roridan; Mildred Nair C a..I. r'or R Fi.k. of n,h
ihowlng of colored nMtlon pic room the bride-fleet. Miss I _IHI.oy" ..
( th church last nIght. Mrs L. C. DEED IIIlor -
FATHER'S DAY tune; of the''trip out West that Kliklit-r presided, --- Stiller at her home. Gifts were w. Gore YdOr Ie R.M.. L F".. It a ... 1.111eMw.. '
W R. teach Is expected hums games were played andrefreshments TAX DEED -.. It', vote C.
Mr Whltlcar last
she and made Theme of the rogram; was"The opened Y.thl Covell to N5 NaPk.o, ...
summer World People Today* Mrs from Atlanta Monday bringing ot cake and punch ---- ------ i nNm*a 5q .1.wi10 .
J iAllAirs
CAKE Attending the upier| meetr'' Ed Burgess: gave the devotional home with him their granddaughter was served to. a -large.........crowdWeek's --. DOMI tlDS1 AND
Ing were Mrs Kay CkxU Mrs 1. Others on the program were and grandson children ---- Today's Milk --Today .
L. Baldwin, Mrs Mattle of Mr. and Mrs Hal Stetson,' AT Tout
Vernon Chnson Mrs Fiances Mrs I.
ml I ---_- .__.- Parks, Mrs J. C. Anthony. Jr., for a summer visit LegalInstruments j Producedand GIOCiC;,
89c I!% Mrs Kathryn Titus, Mrs. Ron- Carol and Jo Ann Mann of Ii 1
... .. 35-01. Stuart are spending the week
i Mot soul ..W.nc w"I>< Expert old Cross and John Fulton who -
sang t a aoloANNUAL, with their aunt and uncle, Mr. I Pasteurized
WHITE BREAD and Mrs. R 8. Robertson I -
Watch RepairingBrlnjf "SATISFACTION -
MEETING ---- I In Martin COUlltDaral's ,

MARVEL 'Lr:; 17cJANE Your Work To Mr Home OF POLIO GROUPTO HIMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiiillllllllllSALERNO I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l I i rmitillr.,. "UM. C.SSMay to ClOToril T ER

.. .nMwaluWAnt.R r-
2nd House Across ELECTJOFFICERS NEWS. CHU e0.r14z. ......., Dairy I
PARKER-GOLDEN MARBLE OR SILVER Ted K:ghway No. 1 Officer! will be elected at the .h..t"..... "iTrf/i.alum Philip to B.Man:. Will. 1111 I
I By MRS. O. D. QUItIEY; Kb.a. P. O. Boa 1042 Stuart !
POUND CAKE 35c 68 W, 3rd Sf\ Right Side of. annual meeting of the Martin MlliMU Hiui: ;* .r Blow 1. *. K:, ftttWlf -

i ,,-.,. I Street County committee of the National :jiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiniiMrs. *t r...:i .."Ie I Foundation for Infantile McPherson and ,. U soy U.5u -
Douping < rt 111
SUNNYFIELD-QUICK COOKING Charles H. Jackson Paralysis at I p. m. tomorrow at Mrs Mabel.Hcnclrtx Were hostesses ... ... .
i I the court A K 'H'nm* l- (As- An A KwmffMlclmrl
house Executive committee '
M a few friends and relatives A. K.:..olf n u It) HI MilMUlH
ROLLED OATS r:= 24c 1- members are, urged to at a miscellaneous show.' Rult.' .rfteMIA .
SOTTM RraUv' VWHltany h P ITI
.. .. ... er given In honor of bride-elect I : SPECIALSFriday
.. war"/44-Jr
Miss Marie Crane June 4 at the i ..
POST 40% of Mrs. McPherson. After I AGREEMENT OF DISCHARCFEul
l 8-or. CENTRAL MARKETMEAT home a a. Dun .t u. l. H. K. ;"'t'I'I'
BRAN FLAKES lie the many gifts were opened M uCm ..
Pkg: delicious lUnch of chicken salad" WARRANTY 1 Saturday June 13 and 14
stuffed celery, roasted .
.W A. K nmoeMurphr .1.0 u Joe te'e ,
DROMEDARY pecans candy and punch --
%:ad. B. Dune
a K N.r.tt N 5

GINGER BREAD MIX 1Pkgon.;: : 22c PRODUCE and GROCERIES was served left last week for ..H.-.t HRm ... tn Rinnl. ..y Him I IH Pr.4-ta GREAT VALUE SLICED .
; Oliver Terry } Mlch..l... soJ, lI..w.r4. CI.....
his home In Panama City aftera John P. Rutt-00d .* .. 1. C. T PEACHES N.I; :: 33c
"DUfF'SHOT COURTEOUS SERVICE week here with his uncle, John awmt, n .... ..._ ....... ....
Net )l Hruwnioi t .1! to Jo C CM
I CONVENIENTLY LOCATED2nd Lee Terry and famIly. ...n.*. ,
!Rep P':. Hi.4 li U Rl h H A. G.I kMArwM .
MUFFIN MIX 24c The Ladles Missionary Society ._ L.H./..... ARMOUR STARTOMATO ,
H H to WfRtt "
.... .. ...... .
14-oz. and Akron Joe Brooks entertained with a covered dish Otlo UMk.' < 1. e 4 lr.1.l

I I GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE ... .._- .....- ...-.-..- .--......- luncheon W dnes.:ay at theFather's Harold' 5 101 A.t.M. t.0.Wck: .im< U> MorUii H. .hut JUICE 2.cN: :2 25c
onom t. r>lM.. to H..... a. Q.ImMiu ,
....... ._ ..
Firm Head Green 1111.( h. w L. A.me.
Pride of the Lake .11. hbl" Ie I Kd-.rd: N.I.... .
I E VM I. Geer to W HIMBirl 1L

Lb.CABBAGE WATERMELONSGreen i DaySpecialsfGIVE 1 1I *.P.k.15150.. Ie H P. 1111I". '. A "cl 2 3 ,
Lb. Jok. J nun. *._r.. Ads. .w A. W. 8000. :......... .. t
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(.'Amland l ( Pr 4l4. IMIT I
Top 25 -30.Pound Ayr.I I a rob: :n W: t. Pmtln
,..... .
N. G. el 1 0 t. J. N. l..Lasa
.J 1:....(IoI'-'! ... .il to Writ L.rt.. SUPER SUDS 3Sc
I 2bu.CARROTS 95c I DAD A CARTON Of I sum. LIEN I BOX__.;. .......
I : EACH H.wthor.. 'ftnnfinir C.wplin
'.' t Crisp iceberg -" d : Camels fila $1.69ARMOUR'S I,N powU HmWr; 'Pau'CnmlMn.t'.'':..; ,i U ArlU G. tfaR ..I ALL BRANDS CANNED

MILK 2 25c
it l LETTUCE lrnard IJt.a..r, Bbisok.UIIiW 10.,1.. 10' Cheoiosa. I 1 cans'-.:.:_. ...:

: 2 hds. ............. ..27c POTATOES -T FRANK'S BLACK Met-. B......,..10..1.M. ... 141 Ck.nnl.s I.
VMM, ...... W Am.rlc. to a: irtrH:

I Fresh TREET Can 35c I PEPPER : T; 2. for 19c T. f Ouckunoi.AFFIDAVIT to The fiibllc OLEO LB.. ........__...... 39c

Lbs. 0 a Arfewt U Leslie' TlMwrmMUIIU ARMOURS SLICED /' '! I ,
Lb I Ij IIV PlIr'fT'to::( I
Maxwell HouseCOFFEE > A. W. Rhwnm.COUNTY
j HCME STYLE SWEET MfiHI( County to 8ik>rn4 kola: .. |-v. Lb.. ... __.. .___ ....
l PICKLED BEETS 2 No. 2 Cans ..27cr N.rll5 r.um, to H..tart. L. Sidle,. :
M.rtl. County U W.tlw W Li'drV.
lb. ftUrti(* C uaty ta L. O, FwkylMORTGAGE ? ,
i ft_a'I. 'Irwla .t M to Ott. M.teo.AW.0. .

i 1045:. Can Delicious and Refreshing : II.r.l"i...., con,,",'u to Blurt Vu tK. ...._.,.4 ii- ;_..-
{ W uli..a 0. ..... to .slash.. va xmry:
: MAGIC CHEF (A Meal For 4 in 7 Minutes) H..ri!..a. Kloosed. to..Henry A. kMdr" .d.. HAPPYKID DILLPICKLES >
CORN No. 2 Can .. .... ........ .. _17c hart Meat atuortJ ..t w Iauaons ionsof .
I 19c H. Jas.. to 0. 4 "......
MAZOLA MACARONI DINNER 2 wmU Ltr.snore to G L. h_il.>.U.< ... : 30c
t for Mol.u Mc KInMR to -..",, A. Mm.now. j"T...-.. ._,..
1 SALAD OIL 1 Pt. ... .'. ... .. 43c: ,( I JI
lb D. t.'Willi.a." M us to Viti" Sank .

ti.T BABY FOODS 2 Jars. .. .. m.17c, ::: HASH 1 I Can ._. .. 25c m.>A nhT Whose bf Horn Bwe4 to Produet CIllKM Bank hi Irt;..>MH illness.. ANTHONY

E CHOOSE A & P SUPERITE MEATS C T. Bw RtlMTt.Frank l-..i .> t> Cltlniu( Bank.of

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SHORT RIBS BEEF -.-..........;--. .


MEATY _. .
LOIN ENDPORK BREAD I til 8. Akron Av. WE DELIVER Telephone 141

Lill.49c SPARERIBS ? ROAST 55c CRISCO, 3 lb. can 1.39 1- 1 .. ..-____._ ____ .''__ "T1it'

15 __ d_ Lb. __ .__.

ASSORTED COLD CUTS i MilK 2 2for, 23c I CHERRIES 7'D25c; The

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BACON69c 43cOld SILVER FLOSS SAUERKRAUT No. 2'/2 Can .._ ... ? 12V2c /pwest TOTALI1MOUNT 10 1ITTIEEVERYDAYon

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"APENN"Window 1

t :J Cleaner 12c 3 31tolls '29c' FANCY MILK-I FED VEALBONED ARMOUR'S STAR You Spend For

f tr' 8-01 ,, [ AND ROLLEDROAST .

t t SWEETHEART Toilet Soap bar-.9c r Ballards Obelisk' Lb., 59c CHUCK ROAST ,u. 43c Food That Counts! '


:' ". fti I Super. Suds .. Lfe. Box 5 Sic' OLEO SWIFTS OR,'NUCOA ALLSWEET Lb. 39c Compare' ALL Prices!

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"OCTAGON"Soap 'See How Much You Can '
Save On Yew Total Feed Bill

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f JUDGE! F( O-W -' :' ) 1

I 3LAN ,p \Y Our One' Desire is, to Give to the People of Stuart and ,Martin County r { a

i _.. \ j > QUALITY-- Merchandises\; Comparative Mail Order House Prices JJ 4-

!We ,and V Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, Guarantee Customer Satisfaction J ; : ; ,

N.Miracl.Plastic that Cart W.ar Out I ', ,
Hats I"thirty$.(-.1.1 1


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p ; or iula( Nnn rwiuirwp + I
tin jlu job only better ti cud povndi ntck, heat control *MI r clotk.
with wmmk, S r
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-- Two Tons for f A*front On for fie) Xor Door TIRES
'\ POTS '
I FANS'' ,, + :. USE : ,

'. ; ,, [i' CHI3IE. 34)5A V .. '. ..: BUDGET DISHES. . .;
BUDGETPLN Be Purchased For cn.\lRCI.'SUI.' '
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Oraodforki" .8 PAINT", ,
PLAN a' .
As As,$1.25 a ant. '
MOTORS 'Batumar dMlfMi T er yOtk C':: loot .
plMutnf.dditJaae HIT k- 13..ntltnl t 1 d.
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|| or LASTW:1IK'S: rot... 1 C.ONVJCTIiD'' I > tkal Ika partial' '
FOR SALE WANTED __ .8OWT01t; ----, MM. kHHlnaoa ara M foljfc

K\\ :jiiMiMiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimi I I AC 110". ... ItIah." HUGH, ANB.SiHaka .

FARMS, ACREAGE FOR SALE: ,: tuiiiiMiMimiiiiiiiimiiiitiiiiiiiuitiiiii t. 1:"..._. ., ......- Too-Late toCLASSIFY .. Souad. fill %
ar II. ftma II.i ifj'** 7LECAI.
[ .... ..,..
th foot, WANTED TO RENT) Two-bed- II. SpllmaraM.
U. S. Not ,
by *
l lflm Highway. room bouse or apartment ... ....11..11I.. ..., SaIk ADVERT
: 10M with 5,200 I
per acre, acres '''. MaMMMa'OIV AII..4ull. !!
furnished for residence. '
feet on U. S. No. located westside Pa.t. .f. al..iIk p.bII. "..." NT

of Gomes tract between I Phone Doaler >159.Jun Rock dokrla Mtka ... ::, By RUSSELL KAY I :blindonlanod :!
S, 12, 19 MM *
Stuart and Palm Beach.: Cash ollff Ik eondraa el Lbo : aadarhamar f.iVU
: Uakarlaa
or Terms, release clause. Special WANTED Golf aad 1C pnMplnt<4 harvattIt will ISI._..
: equipment n. Land ......... LoralM. 01 I. :.
: Ie PFR WORD ORDIN- price SSO,DO per acre. Broken ;, furniture for club boas Coo* A '5 ..IH* ....' r : J ill ..,

ART, MINIMUM S5e FOR 17 cooperate.. See E. T. Boya- I tact Martin County Golf and : :f.El...., U N *: To the average citizen, busy ; .. ...tll.._ 1i: ........

WORDS; 3a PER WORD CAPITALS ton Lake Court Apts. W. P.I I Country Club. tfI ... .. 10':. M.D ta with hU \owo attain, the acUYlt ; = ,

I MINIMUM 50c FOR IT Beach of J. 8. Blain Olympla I, .5..... Knack ot a, legislative teuton ii ::: !E:'Ito : l .
Y A L .
VVURDS.lllllllltllllllllllllllllMlllllllllltlMIIIIIII. Building, Miami, Florida. HOBK SOUND : :: al UlllltJ beyond his comprehension. He ..... lIIat ... It

t I ; ; June S, IZ, 19, %8. I COMMUNITY CHURCH II. g ::,..i'1 Y ATE.44.7. O Craall rm.n portK ally* heart of thli or that bill being : ......_ -. .. 'olio. '-01.'
"u... .
n The Woman's Association of > E unfavorable
OLD NEWSPAPERS : w;4..r It. Han HliltnMII. Introduced, favorable or 1 ..

.' I t APARTMENTS FOR RENT at Stuart News. : Ic a pound tf the Kobe Sound Community I" '...In......rt.OV'rF.. N D "tmo....a. ""tha- committee reports, I... ( II. r;': E::
Church will hold Its
I, 1 1-- I regular '..In. I... In. passage of measures by House
( IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.1I I FOR SALE r 1 Fryers. Blasko's meeting this afternoon at 1:10: ; .. and Senate but It all adds up to uc.u.: ADVU TIElU.II

., PI8<''e. Palm City Farms. o'clock with Mrs. Charles Ball 14. tt:;: h If. wl.It..t ... ........ : .: : a question mark as to what really N' Ti r ,
... .. AP T
at the Beach House of the Dawei If. 1Ia'_, 00" h or ;: O" PIt
\ ,:; I I June 12, 19. .t. a..Io. :t "''II 6.Ualn..h..... 14. ,,1.1. of wolt happened.A .

I iiilimiiililiiliiiiiiiiiiiniMiiiiniiiimiiSERVICES Estate The men of the community: : 8Er:: $ If, .. :=:"" t :: ... ao.1: ? "f"" publisher suggested that I It ICI"J.M Tltu.:;, I III
devote thli column to a resume '
'" 1oIo,
I II f l .:, t! m; OFFERED11I11I111111111I11111111I1111I111111111I.11I11I1 who are donating their labor to ... ....11.. ........ .o. lie., '" .si...1$.... session. EDWARD J. MURRAY i ,.owlna aartlfkata' : kvOP 1
= of thU
e what occurred: : : "Iflrata ,.;
build hay,' 70.:1! : P I Murtay, a U 8. Army Colonel far 10. C t ::
} a parsonage appoint. 1 41. StuauT I" a Sam* n. C. n ..... That la a large order and I doubt Tk. a tlf.au .,
fI.U IrE U In\I ed Warren Haymond superintendent i ... Trr *!. "ml"* a. BrmkoT for 51; rn.: .lIok, of Infantry, .has beer*sentenced I .aauaafla ;::. aVarrlyi1roaartr. :
PALM CITY STORE! Groceries, F.UU. '".Wl!" i.. : Man .
:, I m i }11 if n ._ I 1 Meats, Ice Cream, Soft Drinks, the usual of construction hour of work and after t B&v'SS.1.t : ? ?t fe."nkro, i BifijSrSsa1'. : much lea a column. What. they by Japan, U 11 years Imprisonment : Ortlflrala d ara aa No,tnlkHo.In: Vlaa ,
.. on -
\ I. ""' .. Candies Open evenings, tfBRAS&IERS f"' '*) *Jt nt > it AaaanikUl* ; the house will join the ladle at Befora DO"h ?" *... :. '.Izeable' volume.Maybe for misappropriation ,. of PrnrMrlr. ,

J Girdles, Health the beach for supper. It, Barlort"ll Upala, 1 t ,I"..i5ra pal"tall. | "Botek"' .r .. tnothad laiM.l ao I can draw a word picture i of a fortune l I. Japaufdiamonds .. "K1GHTS Lot II Amrmlrtl'lK Rlo I
ATLANTIC COURTAPARTMENTS Garments, Individually designed Sunday morning at It o'clock, !Sna. iJilni jo, JKg""llm i which he bad tal'home Ntte i. f
that the can r> ;
average person
the Alexander itBobsTtar ssfi atjgssu I "souvenirs or wi I o/: II .:
'"" v by Spiralla. Free diagnosis Rev. Linn willspeak .. *. aFSK'T'raarttllaN .. understand Let's reduce the Legislature as KaiUNoaid ) Ml.
1 STUART ILORIDAOW Mrs.. T. C. Knowle on "Seeing Is Believing.* .i"ll \*.Uw .
I II to a "family circle ta vklck' *.d. v_|
I 1 <, RATES 1 ..
Phone Stuart I.W. tf 1 rent or can't meet his ptiroll,
this seated
Imagine family .
,I 'fomplrUly Furnished Ilouw-; I SSA REPRESENTATIVE HERE around the living room group drinking ,' hell probably call the folUback c:.: '.,'0:, :. ,ofhl;:':

keeping Apartments YACHT Painting Varnishing: Prompt application by qualified coca-cola: and discussing: In the parlor and have afcther .h r'':' .:=..:." ..... r::.

r' W. T. PAGET complete refinlshmit! 31 years persons for retirement or family problems that must be try at untangling his flmnclal! :=r-i\7: : \ : 1tI.; '"
I' Telephone 915J I experience. Capt. Hearn. 6M survivors benefit that have backlash. I .::
considered during the next Uoyears. .1
Uilrt at tka aoart kino) t.. ,
Riverside Ave. tf
been earned under the Federal : In the meantime you cr. help Irat Moadar. la tnonik. tlllltllllllllliiiij'j'jlIlIIlltIlIIlIIlIIlIIlIl I and survivors ta Ika BBVtNTII .i,, ]
old-age Insurance
by more liquor, picking
Dad gets out his pencil and begins buying : .
LET US give a free demenatration 1
\ FOR SALEliiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiii you : program was urged today by R.C to figure Business has been more cigarettes, playlufc. the IHtad (Ma' PIPTK d.l r al, nCI.t
of the :
new KunueyElectric 1 Oehrken Jr, manager of the I (but not In booklr/JolnUk/ '
he races
i'' Mower. Cuts high grass pretty good and has some ( / Court Brail
West Palm Beach office of the
KR) SALE: I1VE ADJOINING and tough weeds. Bess Hardware Social Security Administration money In the bank He also has and burning gasoline. Clark. of Clraan On':: :?'au! :fJOl

CHOKE IOTS IN BESSEYAUDITION. Co. Phone 38. tf ; Gehrken announced made provisions for Insurance LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT floHda. .

: : STREET; HAS would be that In Stuart a representative and certain fixed expenses. LEGAL NOTKFiTO : ,..kl//.r... Brt I. 1IJ IX>HciTHPI 4V 1 Z; 1t

\ RIPARIAN RIGHTS TO REGISTER for employment I i Mother starts the ball rolling ALl. WHOM IT .U M'N'FoIt" .
at the court house beginning
ONLY 1200000. ItIVER.1 I IQIKK through Stuart Services at our Tuesday by stating that she needs a new ANII TO A.... II>I1'LKLII ::11 rAil',,.: LEGAL ADVCRTISEMENTMOTIC
at 10 to take such
a m. '11M. )
I SALE. HARRIS LOWIFltV I offices in the Krueger Bldg.Phone tppllcatlons and transact other car and a lot of new clothes. N..... .. ._. ....., .. .... NOTICE
41-W for Snappy Services Bill, the eldest son, wants to go I.. .NI k ..... .. .... t H.N. CIt. SPECIAL I IINPI4NTOWN
business under the program. of Itlue... "I""id.. .. II ..., i
140. of all kinds.J tf 1 to college and' wants a radio IH7. .. .....'" of CII.)I.t'." to DRAINAGE: I OI\1t
UjKR I -- -- --- Clothes and a few other things. ..... _.... ,.. .......... I ..... MARTIN' JULY COUNir. .I.OIIIDI.

SAIFMrdow Craft Brarh PAYROLL BOOK National t system 3 ROBOT WEATHER Sister- Sue wants her room done .. It ::' Ij, ": t .;:...."""": 1 .NOtlCB. IIKRMIV. I: IM" l;,VI1I lit
i .
: Vial kaad alortloa wll hndlaatoara
Umbrella 1 Dial Tilt (:ontrul tlevlte. for keeping wage and over and a whole new set of : c.r" = i Dralaaira .Ihilrif.dar. .. OIl ,
Miami June 12 (FN6)) :t-; I .
Barrain at 3000. Two hour, withholding tax and soeI furniture. Grandpa says tin tka flnt' dur. af lilr,' It...
I lal when Three experimental robot weather house ...... ,.. '_too wkick Ikara will aa inkaiillH. koakoUart
tone goltl and rrren. Martini I security reports, you ought to be painted and AU.' 0.' 1 .. who .w.....
I am liialaMln
observation stations .
('ounty Hulrlc: to. DrhoniBlrfl i have 10 or more employees.l will Join a new roof put on. And so It t.. 01.. t'ha..h.A. .. ,la aaM .IJbtrliBkaU ....

j ', It I l See, us toda,. Ask for these at the hurricane watch this' year goes ... .. ........1.. ........., 1OOt _. _loJoo.. ..
]! the Stuart New office. tf The Weather Bureaus Storm ...I..t ._1" .. ...1wtoI.10NING ladlaatowa liraln. >.. DUlkaf
Before they get through enough .. ''IlOTMDT Hartla Kkaldi lriakakalr
.IoAHIl v A toutitr >
\ ,; FOR SAIE: Shouer valve drain { Warning Service, which swings needs are advanced to VIt flill'' CITY oF'. It ..ItT.Q ;: of aald;::: [Iktrlrt: koa4 Mabla
ROUGH DRY SERVICE, LAUNDRY Into seasonal activity Sunday, T. ,. .. 'N :DY. froai tatoa t* k. IrvMtka ...
and head twin concrete tub wipe out the bank .
present account ChoIr_.., .laada la aald IM>tiM la 'Ik,aKnla
I ; iwmplete. 200 trnnix balll.l' SLRVICE-Your laundry will receive radio reports every and call for several thousand ,.... II. It. II. aaioaal af .. ......at. o.
carefully washed, all FlatWork three hours from unmanned 7+. at tba ..to., j |w. a*
Nrw lichtulrht travel iron. I dollars besides. These .
| needs .. aar aanam, la ka .aalrd A. .1 M I
Al Hurt,, Bun 219, Jupiter Fla. sheets. pillow-slips, et.. tomatic stations located on Orange as expressed by the various members HIT, lad W jaatiiro arrloUi. aAuraal
Ironed and In the 01' '. lot .to tha. l>,. >
wearing apparel Key Bahamas Dog IN COU.T fan
June It of the family represent bills MAItTIN Il7t kotk .taf.u>l.a. for Ikt waaa
i dried for home Ironing. We Rock In the Cay Sal Bank off itniMiiiniiitiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii! I STAR IN DEMAND I Introduced In a Legislature. The FLORID COUfjUPGI' af parlav tkr oo.t nf .tat *oaloilo >

\ FOR SALE: Good Quality Heavy can give you two days service Northeastern Cuba and a Flamingo NOTICE af Ika aroaoar4 vwrU mtunaravawanta .
discussion about each need
I 1 represents IK RE) KSTATM!: orROSK ta ka oonvtrartoj. k
and will pick and deliver near Cape Sable at the
Breeds Z0 fur JI1CH Worth up STUARTand consideration, of com ELLEN 1 HO aald UlatrtBir
\ while ('hi'b, 101 W. North ;, your laundry U.. this econonucal tip of the Florida mainland mltteesMother's. MltREnVaTiVMJ I Raid akattaa. ta kr fcrid aa )ulal "1.\k\
NOTICE II ; tkatauraaaot tka aHira of R. L, ."*, ..
cervlce for Each
A". Baltimore 1, Mil. your family.I station will broadcast ta Ordor ft''lko.nUJadn .. .101
I What Needs demands are considered va "10''''''''' Raid aolHiw '<
trb. June 20 Ine l RATE ONLY lOe PER LB. signals to storm warning headquarters it I M aad fof ....tln f ialr< Florida.ta __ .1 .h. hour af *!.. -.'1..1' L
.. 1 I WEIGHED WHEN DRY. PEOPLE'S at t reasonable and everyoneagrees tho 1..110."', ............ ._... .It.... and. akall ranala opva ". R i.._.
Miami which, By KENNETH STIMMELL.Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll. i they' should be provided Hartla! Coon'' Flar. lolli .aid dar, of aatU oN fi.01 .
: ; KIR SALE 1'i and 4 h.p. Un- |I LAUNPRY, Phone 2S7tf..: scratched Into a waxed paper t: US* T" atr to vol.. kava uvt.... ..kitk.iIrak <.
air-4-onled .... The same goes for all the other I "" Aatlin .. tkComlr. ,
son .nrl. Also .
Jf tape will tell
meteorologists the ,::: : I
I irritation pumpx, llmer Motor !I' barometric ETHICS: The health and well' proposals Dad has a few Ideas .III ka ..... ...hllo .. ,"Aa.> r raiM *ka kaa an (.. *
pressure and wind of his I offarod 'loror .C. ......"1.1 o..k,. In\\., ,. JopI
\ to. tf DO YOU have trouble with jour direction and velocity. being of any eomfriunlty In the' own. He wants to expand ( tki hitrbrol and t" '.''h i""" .ojollakla, .h tka tllk.. la .. fr. aMaatata
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hi* business,' build bulldiIng Mat to all aalataiHlliproparlr .. .1 .I.
1.: I hens not laying! Then use eyes of Its eltlxens and visitors. a new at tka' fro ., 01 'b. Covrt .ta had' aad wko' tj.0"'""

1 fiI ,' FOR SALE: Table top Florence Hess Pan-a-min., Stuart Feed COMMERCE OFFICISHAII.EUP I II the unfailing Index of its and purchase needed equip Uoaoo. .ta ......... Raa >. _.',. rl_ alntor> at roaMlna Hid' ....'la 10.aald ,. .aiata

Kanre. tike new. t'all C4-W. tf Store. tfI ethics. The action of Its people ment. He says such action Is Imperative tka Illk dar afilook "un.. I." W>N. aoraaaat ta R......,<* 1 '

ANNOUNCED 'I If he Is to make sufficient 1 I H '1 + : :::::
I I The entire southern half of whether In business or act ; F. ( W N.of G .r.;; .k ,
FOR SALE: Lots 1 A t, Blmk 26 TRUSSES, elastic stockings, to take of alltha I ,.
Ing In the capacity of eltlxens money care ..... ..... .... .,. 10... '''
\ Dixie Park Addition, No. 3.f I I knee pads, anklets,, etc Stuart Florida has been placed under other Items of expense Iilo.: a. .. .... ULlA" II JIOWW
make up these Indexes. Today I MIUiAEL o. un ...,
1 150.00. Perfect title, taxes ,, Drug Corp. tf supervision ot the Miami office The family committee think A.o .A.......... '0. A olo..rI.. a.... L.. CAII" .."
I J F. '' of the U. S. Department of Com we here In this city have a very I this I lB. n. j." I. ...n.LEGAl. ...... oJ 8.,1".... INItI"N1011M
Paul if
JacklIOn. Route all
: right too so long as
; SUPPORTS ... reputation and index for ,
SPENCER for merce under a poor I I "
Ionian 8. C. 1'1''I men. Men's belts. Luella Downey the Florida territory our lack of morals a* far as they get the things they want. ADV llaDlE"TIN rF- : ;IMt
recently aod'll
aMt, It
June S, U But Dad's plans must not Interfere
1''(' I I Pierce., 1101 Phone Orange 197-M Ave.for Fort' announced by C. Parker Person, healthy business Is concerned. wIth theirs and each rtt&A.cou cou ItT T4T& OfNOT'C LEGAL ADVUTIS M NTTALLAHA5IEE.

FOR SALE: umall plants in cam. appointment. Commerce Department regional There can be no worthy progress member of the family feels that 4 iWltmA-

Red Boutainvillae haro Alms, tf, director In Atlanta.As without a set rule of ethicswith his or her demand Is the most IN RF.. UTATK "IALI., ,M., as. ,l IlK?

I {' '.Papayas, tie. J. I. trait, I, M U R P H Y'Ic DONALDSON-; of a result the Miami office of business which to In govern the doing (II Important and should receive .1I01lM'T.... .. I.It. a.II.. ,,"ICIt.,,I), II.NOTICII .....i NOTIC",
which ,
William Seltxer 1 II district a logical way
Albany and Third St. SANDING AND FIN the first consideration.
_cor'j ISHING. PHONE 32-R, ,. 0. manager, now ha Jurisdiction Discourses: on ethics and reflection Dad Ic:: is H 'II ,...1f "''OTIC. II ._h' .1... I.... .
points out that to do ..... ... ., 110< ..
) ..It DEVELOPED In Florida for BOX 604. tf.: over the following counties on human nature, are everything that should be done f : : .:4 t.: =. t...:: .:: of F..hIo. 11 ,,11I 01 .If..doni.. ,.., ." ... ,.

'I} id la n> Southland fruity odor In the State* Manatee, Hardee the best meant we can make .... 'olio.... ,'"'" ._. .11_ _.. _III.. hid. t. T.n.......

la Impossible on his present financial '" M.rt.. 00 "Flori... ....11. '
WET WASH LAUNDRY SER. use of to true "" ;
Highlands Improve a knowledge : t
Okeechobee St Lucle
1. ( the 'round house I : : ;
pray- year basis, 'so they Into t r 4T fordaaerihad It I
go a : 111
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i., hold insecticide for healthier I VICE-Your laundry carefully Martin Sarasota De Soto of ourselves and recover .. : a> "
1 huddle to consider and .. ... ; 1t .
ways RI<"'h It luclo 101. r. TSaatk 0".1.
washed All BoatloM
clean and returned t Glades our prestige out of the
Charlotte ,
] I, and happier living. Kills sand I Lee, Hendry, Ignoranca means of CattTHlS : ..I' "
I raising more :: Raiwa II
money =: \\,01 : : "oIlf :
: ::
flies, mosquitoes, roachM, ants. you damp for home drying Palm ;peach Collier, Broward, and prejudlcei that we are associated Slater Sue h. ... ...
thinks .
maybe she It I.t.: .. _. I' A._ NurTcB: p.hil'W *
ij and Ironing. We will pick-up Dad and Monroe Under the with toda,. It I II true ... ..... .. la j .
\ and other anoyint insect 1 could get a job and contribute trill oil. .10. .t .blio oul..;. .illanM wltk Savtlaiu 17'II. '' .7. JU' l lad
pestn. Safe and Stainless. and deliver and give you two reorganization program seven that there shall never exist her ..... ... h...... Md'_ _. ....... ..... ... Florida Si.,.,... u..
sure. days sorrles) on- this eeonoml' additional countiei, a true civility unless we change something. Son Bill offers to sell INt ..,01'' ... Io. ta... ...,..1 ..... n. ._0101 h_ Ia ,, '" I

(lias(Hart a pleasinf 97e Gallon odor.$297 Pint S7ei For: 1 cal wet .....b. Rate Se per lit' under the Jacksonville previously office, to a better code of ethic his stamp collection and thinks '= r : .I ':: :..':'.. "' I=,:, ':i' ." ...... ...... ....

; ; Weighed when dry. Minimum maybe he could realize enough : 'hM ., loIJo, J.n ., I'" ..b.loot .. ... -.... _.,.. ..10
.ale by Jenvn Hardware, Jenen bundle 10 were added to the list. We must cast aside the 111 will MAC ROBINSON, on it to'P81 for the radio he : ..I' .11 --.,.. .....ph.... .-
pounds. WET WASH .t _OElUCO: WALTON. _. '._
that Is hidden airtala tk .r 'r'
Beach Fla. Stuart Feed Se per Ib. PEOPLE'S LAUNDRY FESTIVAL I'UNNEO--; within oUr'lOull.nd Robinson, 11-year-old high want A.oU..I.I, .1010 at ...... .of Th. B',,, B.. 01 :.....I... -
Store, 138 Flatler Ave. Stuart, face each other with the Dad has -.. a _..h. .1.. ..... .. ''' "
prepared budget ::
Fla. Phone "1. tf. Leesburg, June 12-- religion of school: football star of Clarks- """ '; :Mt': : ';: ,: '
unfailing morality, based Ih' ;r;: .
I. his
officials of the Florida Watermelon villa, Teiuu, Is In the middle of on past earnings lord MI Idlloo tk. Ulata or.
May 22, 29, June 5 and 12 IIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIimiMIMIIIIIIIIINOTICES Festival scheduled her To speak man and freely thus before after our fellow a controversy, between the' hi* present bank balance but he ::It.A ',::- ''[,. :: : '' :'''i..;. MILLAKU F..oI CAI:PCollo

Wednesday met with parting Is afraid he won't do so well during TTI:81': ,
decorating tit
University dVanderkilt
\FOR SALE Coconut trees and a.
: condemn and crlUclae him the next two LEe ADVUTlUIiEOITNOTICI EailUk... BaarotarrUlCAU
other Palms In cans from 2 to 1111I11111I111111I11I11I11'11'1111111111I1111111WE engineers this week to make 1 II In all respect being Immoral TJnhranity over yean and R.... II.. oJ KoI...'_
HAVE In stock plans for an doubts If he can count on as : IIITVlTION TO 'EG..TEII .. II.
re pare parts decorating the city which school he w.w caUr thl 10. II. u. I, II. II.
I ft. Grot Mithel and tavtndlah
Banana planU. fur fluorescent lights. Let us and the Venetian Garden for thl being Why must we In fait He has signed agreement*l much revenue. Be thinks maybe '1oroTIct: ::1:' :TNo :" i .. \Iou ADVEIITI5EalENT

Delivery repair your lights. Martin the annual event. O. f. Holt city Injure the llvllhood ot ''to attend. botm. Ml they should try and cut expenses. '-Ior. ...... 'k .......,_ n( C .
promtho ...
and free. Roland another CIt.. .
planting En- ? Why must w* continually let I "It La. of rIortdo. A... IN THE COUNTV JWDC.EI t
den, 208 No. K St, Lake Worth County Electric Co. DenouBldg. parade chairman said applications cause ill will la la Vanderbllt Hospital at Maybe the maid go and .,. ItH. Y _loa WI... '110 Clo.. ., MARTIN COUNTY. FLO "'>A
Phone II. tf for entry of a number of among Naabvill raovcriac. from a do less entertaining. But these .. CI.. c..rt. I. ."'" 'or M..U. NOTICE OFFILINC. ""ETITKlN 1 r'
Fla. It floats ourselvM? why do we as businessmen suggestions dont set well '::t ':: FINAL- DISCHARGE OF COADMISTRATORS
horses and pete had been black widow spider1* bite. very l .
IllllllllllimillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllFOR mad and the parade would be fall to visualise the So the conference winds up 'Iou. ... ....1" !IM REl, 1WTATII F
fOR SALE: Aluma-Craft and
Champion Motor lined. less RENTIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH i longer this year than ever be Importance of joining together DRIVING. LICENSEREGULATIONS with everyone agreed that during .':II!,. J ,r;. ': r WILLIAM. W ""UG"UMITO

fore. for the good of all and cast aside the next two years mother Cou.'" 'wI"at 'h. Ort. ...... ALL WHOM It MAY "."..'.11
than S hours. Bariain. Roland .... our fear of each other? Whj REVERSEDE2fecUvlmDaediaieljr must have ..'-" I. ........ 10 .. 1.110... Notlaa Ii .karrkr .1.> .* "*.' 17Ikal I111o
Enden, 508 No. K St. Lake 1, FOR RENT: Two bedroom, up- --- must hate : a new car. dad must Via.t. ADAMI!, i 11..1 ....... .. ,;..A_
fear /
and persona ,
prejudice, build a new building and expand ,...... wi ... E..I. of WIIIdt
Worth, Flo. It stairs Apt All Electric. Until For C. U Caaapkrll Rlnralda. Park jealously be our chain retard- changing: from operator tochauffeur his business 10.. 1 I 10....." _., 'kot we ..... ,
Dee. 1st. Mrs thas McLanc, Sabdlvlalaa. for aio.l.a fraata II kr license and the house ... P....... 10' .....1 DIo. "...
Ing progress? It la no longer will
14 ft. ta dlfhroat ka far better must be ADVUTISEIIENT "*
aroparlr U aaadaa painted Everybody: must .. will aoplir ta tka
FOR- SALE: 1'i! ton 4 4 305H\ W. 3rd SL
It frail. itaad, lilt. to follow a code of ethic* wherein be required to take the driver'* have lot Ankaa R. Chata 4xOaatr J"" "
Chevrolet cargo bod,. Good .- fo. M. K. Lkatbart. KlUkla* Addt.V a of new clothes. Bill IC tla Conatr. Ftorlda. aa Jaa. I".* r
k ... we all benefit and In so do.Ing license examination. It was announced must to 0' I'tIINTM < l lMMkaraa
college and this Na'ECTOIIS a
condition. New motor. A. R. FOR RENT: Furnished Apt. with L'I':; li.--1: :: represent for aa>ro al af tka a.-a
.. ,. create last week by : ConAdialatatratoriOTRotata
Walker c/o John L. Taylor, private bath.. Riverview Apia. .... ChiH ...C.-..... .. 11_.. and faith a feeling of security Judge Arthur R. Clont who County the passage of bill* by ,1D 'ti.1II A.rE tD"O'DN :: :: of WIMIaat aa W M....l>. -
I lI.bdi..Io., Lo.. I' ... IT. lI..k. In our fellow men. reported the Legislature IAIiTOWN DIIAJNAGIth .
Jennen Road, Rio. tf June IS ...... .. ...... calling for Improvements Hw lilt. 1 <7' '
.k .d .I.' _.... .. he knew no reason forth JIARGUrRITI tPIKrE1
h. I'.'" _........ ........ W* should bear In mind alwaya ) or services for which < ,1'L: { JAMKH W. ? ,
audden ;: ,.,
FOR SALE Used Weslinthousewanhinf FOR RENT: Room and board : : : Soaaratt. ta BoaaarLota that all successful:: business reversal' of this year- they have failed to provide funds. : =... Al Ca.Adallailralon| af tka E. .
", .. U aad It. old rule, M.rt Florida. .. >| lu auatlai Wllllaai W' M..rtt. DaaMlr*.
for two gentlemen _.... stand on the foundation of It la llie authorising 30 ..
machine. Good con or young I. Ioo. aad ratofareaderota new Jima S. UO. k> Haaolutlaa dullapaolatad '

dition. Juxt replaced by Laun- business couple. 746V4\ East 5th .. .44 Ill,....M I .,la, kr II -,.. I la.doaaa. _10 ethics, to sell wen and to trade F.t.BM. SAFETY. WEEK school: buildings, several new U. .HOOkH and .MAMIK U HOOKH.:I:. CAM C.. :::: :r;;:; c''t1 \ :;..1

derall. See Martin County Sire*. F. O. Box 204. tf freely to prom not alone In dollar four-lane highway and& new tit' w> hupaatora. a d L. 0. CAM.ia .

Electric Co. Dehon Bid,. C.JlG't.i; EJ.Or CHRIST, SCIENTIST *, but In the goodwill/ of those Farm organisations through State-hospital and not providing dark W t Spwlal. *4Mld; Elaa.ka LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

Jane II, JI FOR RENT: Z furnished rooms. 1aa. aukjoat PIlKHr.HVKa af lha LaaaaaRanaaawktrk OP HAN'la with whom w* deal. We should out the nation ar taking part the .necessary money. ladlaatoam kold at 'ka Dralaan offka of plalrlaLaar. a, L.la .

Hot water. All convenience*. wIM ko road ta Ikarekoa" af Ckrtat. correct error. Improve opportunJUei In tb* fourth annual observance' Well, the mi Legislature .. Jal, :, II4TftooUoa IN OUt
Solaallal. lkraaika t, tka world an .... 101 > .ka krW. ladar tka \ N .
FOR SALE: One Dinette 1ft,. Close Iak Good location. Phone dar Juna M and rear from the dairy of National Farm. Safety Week agreed that a tot of things! M-afca o Ck.pUr I 7IS, La.. a< :,

Four aettesy several odd chairs C-W. tf The OoUoa Tail .kit ..". Lard .la m, business, a structure which shall July 30-21 Ned H. Dearborn should be done, and passed measures MdHaillll.: | aad tka aaaaral alaatlaa. :3l.1 g'.G It'rx'U

and tables. Warehouse clear :o..rtl'l ih'h'i7''i.': : :::" '; be known for all that I Ie beat In president of th* National Safety ), calling for change and NU lit ,.UIITHh olluEa"o", tho.. th'', M tit IWTATB N'
FOR RENT: Attractive three .. business. Oounell which the I SHHUKIirB. aba. kaaa)
Real barralns while theylast. aponaor improvement that will take a C. B. :
ance. room Apt Electrically equipped Aaioat tka tltatlaaa. vkkk aaaiarlaa. week In fl' flftoa* t da. :.o rrlarWI a. Card OR JJ [
See Arthur Dehon, De- tko .UaMaHbraMa to tka followloa.. fraaitka 1 cooperation with the lot of money If carried out. They I :tfri.
Adult 307 West 5th BU Apt UrUot -II..,. O Lard U. S Department of Agriculture\ ''RrOl' 18 .
Bon Bid,. Phone II. air Go araIkr BOOKLET AVAILABLE: ,, look It for granted that preaetl'l'eYeCluea CO\11'lTY COM IIIRION.IIAUIII Ifltod
woadrrfal wort !
D. It wklrk ikoa kaol.a WOlin. "1.011i0A. karakr "
Jaoe S, U <. vkkk araaat emplukirUd the need for no- will continue on about 7'l'I..tTI' ( air .J'I-'I toraa aa "'l
FOR RENT Two =. hf, ..::.:...Io tkaa tk'': ':: Types: of surplu property on usual support of th* campaign. their present level and decided: .. i.. WALt. tfco Ratata' W C. R. HkK d r
: bedroom ... ...
up- ,.. h
.1. a aia. O Lordl lat tkr Chol..... aa Curt Ikkraadar aJ
FOR SALE Half Interest In Well Apt AU Electric, Until Nov.1st .. k taa kladaaw, .' aad tkr troll., _....01. sale through War Assets Admin-. to let Dad worry about when the .. ..aao\: '. C rt R. atakraaoar7d- : tkalIIfilo '

Drilling RJ,. Pays food, Bit I Mrs. Chas.; McLane, 305\H .Ir III.ariooTToair": ( "'., .e,1 (..11..1.. Istratlon and how to buy them ON COMMITTEJKcnnotb money was coming from. It made ,fAt"c... for' *nSd au atuKria PrUOoa ,far*ad dl.trlk.ll.tkal an"JII"

ant forced U sell on account of W. 3rd St It I. ",. ............... aloe ....._ I" are outlined In a booklet juai I SUmmeD ha bees little effort to effect economics, PIlL, ... I.. ..1 UIIo. III', 'iiI' I ...... 10 ', '1:'

poor health. See G_ A. Glpson followtaa. raioaaa fraai tka Ckrtotlaa Issued by the agency, .ame* T. appUrte a* a member of the and. Indication: are that the ... I.. 000'" .-...
=: ,.
a>loa a inlkaok, .... ... BII. .... -
/back of Ordway Body, Fender FOB RENT: Floor sanding machine wltk Kar W tkatakar leri.-. Q 10_ Crosby regional director aald attendant committee, of the money will run out before the .t'

Shop, on Old Dixie. and edger. Heflakdi Rddri. "lai .... ., ... today The booklet "How, to Florida State Retailer Association program It approved be. "or,.. ... ::
...... "oh". ...... .. ...... .... can accomplished. oo Will 0(1; 11.1'l.iM04
ta June 5, 12 II.Or. your floor at reasonable rate. 1 .... Buy Surplus ,1-ropertj 'by Lloyd Oahr "\\I '
May '_ ... otf adaaatlaa' aafaraaa ,maybe preddent.UmmeU 1, 'L'iIIWN < Ika :'': :=.

and M..... Howard X Neall Phono 101 Stuart Hardware I ;:'{:7..;...1.0 0:.'::'IIII = obtained from WAA customer,, will, leave Sunday af. But Dad cad always call another .i'"t.. of ,\or! at

C*. tf ttnric centers ion. tern_ for Miami to aWtnd th family conference. In the II. wig roat ta> Mtk Ika Clark. af Mu lilt. U
and '
ot Port Bewail left Monday for I : :'::; It"-'E regional Florida State Retailer .Convention meantime he will sweat It out Oaailt Ca their summer horn at Jones! Stuart New Cla.P.Try Ad* lara tkal wa -.. office and Washington head, Coaatr. Plarida. aaaa racalrt of aroof
aad ... whkb will bfoe.xLa.'ta& trjtog. .. *. end 'low. ... (
oaM oaf aata* la I. taltalla, Uodr" DM meet ,and W.IMa.MMaa. kUvadar -

Beach U,L Tnem ,My.., 4oll). quarter :Crosby, itated. ]1 McAllister Hotel.; when_ be gets behind. with, ,tbe I 'P T. wkUk .a :u*, is. :f it** .* .:[

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to THE STUART NEWS, STUART: Martin County, FLORIDA, mURSDAT"ltNI! : U, 1947.! PAL!' MHM1 1

STUART NEWS INSTATEMENT Changes Ease :lumber Creedon for laid mlllwork.It l It limitation necessary* i II r (';iM'.: "' I II

r----- to carry 01the i" ,
Housing ControlsWashington I against non-housing construction I, ,'

ATTENTION because otherwise "there ''I. f
would be a mad scramble"'ffr ':"j 1

WORD IN' STORYRegrets June 12 (W)tion I (in average of $80 In the' materials, and," homebulldlBg n 'r'll
would \ ,
.-.T. i
The Government has announced I case of multi-family projects). ; f
oft 1 II
J iwe' 29tH
[ In the May StUart News there appeared ttie
following' story four major changes'ending or 2.Authorization must still be t '; J"

ort page sk. .". \ that AP Error Was fining war-born housing\ : contrail I obtained for non-houslnj con- I: + : 't. !,k:;;)
a Repeated in Routine effective on June 1 atructlon.I REAL ,

News AccountOut Housing Expediter Frank R. $. Veterans preference. Unlessa

II AI: Thomas D. Beasley of T>Funlak Creedon, summarizing the relaxations I new home is being built for )
of fairness, "
REdV'I r nUR; Springs. 'iIf'nt.Pd we have con- said there' has been I occupancy by the owner, It mustbe ESTATE"Investments '
In addition to t more HOII8eCOPE to publish the advertisement a' "marked improvement" In held for a veteran. If the \ 1'1,11)1

members, the prosecutors Tuesday of Rep. Rowell's which appears building supplies but declared: home is (for sale, it must be held ) ,
WIINS' summoned Richard Beren- In this Issue. "Mansion should wait." 60 days after completion beforeIt I '
\ sen, prealdent of the Miami Jal The article to which he refers He gave the same wait-a can be sold to a nonveteran.If A !: ,
alai fronton. House members, a was taken from an Associated while caution to those eager to 'tor rent, it must be held 30 ., ,,1 '
AT TEL. [.S.S.Ef called Tuesday were: Reps Rob. 4 Press newspaper under \our build' seaside cottages, winter days before being rented to a "f:
/ ert Burned of MacClenny, Leo agreement with the Associated lodges and other structures non-veteran.
Wotlteky of Punta Oordla R. B. Frew which entitles us to use which are not Intended for )'ear. 4. The year-round occupancy :
Oautler, Jr., and Richard Oelkers such material,and the paragraph round occupation. requirement continues.i. .
Prosecutor! Issue' Warrant ; of Miami, ) B. Fuqua of .." .e In question was reprinted as the Starting Sunday, these are Sale price and rent ceilings I /
For Afei er.tie. o* Palmetto, H, T. Cook of Bunnell, I wording appeared.We the changes; continue on houses built under SALES AND LISTINGS!! ;': "I''
ken L. C. Yeomani of Crystal River, regret that the error made 1. Federal housing permits priorities granted before Dec. THROUGHOUT MARTIN f ,j. :
N. D. Wainwright of Starke and by the Associated Press correspondent will no longer be required forthose 24, 1048. i R '
TallahasseeVP' ( ) Three J. Morgan Ingraham of Arcadia. In using the word "war who want to build homs I Also continued are: COUNTY 4t : '' ,.1 1
more members ofthi Legislature\ rant" Instead of subpoena was for themselves or for veteran Guaranteed market contractsfor :
Monday received'' subpoenas to repeated In our newspaper, a*' a. The, one-bathroom limitation -I prefabricated houses and W.. B. TILTON : ''f' I'' ,
appear before SUM Attorney we have no Intention or desireof on new houses U dropped. new-type building materials, ", ,
Orion C. Parker It, who la conducting coloring news or engaging in 3. The WOfl-squart-ft. restriC-] REALTOR 'f.. ;
and premium payments' on'pig ;
an Investigation of s _4 ,, personalities in the coverage ot tion on floor apace for homes Is' Iron and cast iron soil' pipe at Cor. Commercial! St. and 'Old : : j.j.I': ,
bribery charges against Rep. jin n.r.r Yo", The mistake In- to ft ,
T > > was expanded 2,000 square I' least through.June 30. Ill-Way ; I : '
0. PaW of Key WestParker 1 + +' II'II'Dble
Bernie advertent. 4. Repair or alteration allow- :
.. Allocations of a few basic materials $ I, I II
Issued, the subpoenas i>'4: 'j' A", 1 This statement Is entirely ances are Increased from $400 t lOch as pig Iron, cast Jensen Beach 'Uili 4 '
for Sen. B. C.: Pearce of Palatka "J ''', ,," \ y voluntary on part and to $1.000 for dwellings and from I t
mad Rep; Troy Beaeock of Marl- \) : '. .\I"f"I'/1: ..)': :'1"anna : :/ \ sincere.urI Is tendered genuinely $1,000 to $2,500 for commercialand I Iron. soil pipe and shop grade I .! '

and Jim Wilson of Lake In' the spirit'of fairness, with small Industrial structures. f I'I'CLI'NTON.E' '
city. 1 full goodwill, and.wlthbut Implications Creedon saId, other existing (' /'1 ?
He also sent oat warrant for of any sort. controls will be continued until tl.f f; : ,!
Reps George Tapper'of' Port St At the Stuart News did not reach Tallahassee until Monday -' conditions further improve "or t
joe and Marvin Rowell of Stuart unless Congress directs their removal THE ONLY WAX OF' ITS KIND. ; ,,1 i
for whom grand Jury subpoenas of the Second of June; I wa' Unaware of the underhanded State's' Cattle before then," These Include MAKES YOUR CAR LOOK NEW, J !, ,; : t''

:rr Issued last week methods. Used'tb' try to twist .story around in' : LASTS THREE 'TIMES LONGER f le' ) '! I
before U Investigation body re- 1. Rent ceilings on new con. ASK THE CAR OWNER WHO HAS A CLINTONE 1! l \
eased and left' the Inquiry In such a manner as to damage my refutation.The I Increase Rate struction. The present ceiling JOB ; ,

the hand Phil of O'Connell.of Parker and StallAttorney West. is $80 a month on new construe1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIililllllfllllllfllllili- SPRAYED INTO EVERY CORNER & CREVICE J t IF ,'' I ,{\\j L

Palm Beach' following i is a letter from the Associated: Press Correspondent Tops in US. OVER HALF HUNDRED'JOBS'IN STUART H' /I14 H. I't. .' ''
The grand Jury ptevlovsly had ; \ ,
questioned 12/other members of at Tallahassee: (Melbourne Times) Obituariesiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiinn Stuart Service Station i'i'I", ;; ,

the House, Including Speaker ,\ '
/ / / /
Number of cattle on Florida .!
Rep. Marvin Rowell, 'I '" ? ., farms Increased at a faster rate I
State Capitol, .'. .": '' :/ than in any other State during f [(
>w'TV'fiSv1',. I'f.'t ..?,j 194$, according to U. B. Department I
Tallahassee Fla. i MUCK ROCK SAND AND 1
> of Agriculture statistics
Dear Mr. Rowell, Ii Of the 48 States, only 12 show- DIES TUESDAY SHELL 1' A 'I'
ed an increase In beef and dairy\ IN ANY QUANTITY c li
cattle inventories, with Florida'sB
< r )
.';+': \ Our files show a story'Saying State Attorney I the per highest cent Increase of all. Six over states 1949 Frank Leslie Ulmer, 73, died! See {I! : .I J Jr '

//'L'I : Orion C. Parker, Jr., had. sent out a warrant for t showed the same number of Tuesday County Hospital morning after at a Martin short G. F. Branford 'it I II
while ,
cattle In 1D49 the
as remaining -
'\\'i; you to appear in the House' bribery inquiry, was 30 showed decreases of ijlness.; Funeral services conducted 1
I fa I
I 'lr,' transmitted on the wirer of The Associated Press as much as T per cent. well were by held the Rev.at 4 PhU yesterday Max Box 74 Jensen' Beach Fla. ; 1t I
Florida's cattle population now At Jensen Beach Gulf Filling StationBRANFORD'S 1 ;,
from Tallahassee at14; 18 m. (EST) Monday afternoonat Johns Funeral
? p amounts to 1,265,000 contrasted r. 4
Home with burial In Fern Hill ; II III
', May 26. |Ito 1,205,000 In 1945>>, making this Cemetery. I r- "
State 25 In the in the 1
i Country f
Vlmer'was former chief engineer
1\\ number of eattle.Last Flori- ;
year //1; ifJ
: with the Stuart office of SERVICE GARAGE
Less than one hour later, and in sufficient da number twentyseventh.In of beef cattle, a the Florida Power and LightCompany. : ,
He born Los- I GULF PRODUCTS < :-J-JV
was In ; '

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time I believe to catch the earliest adline figure in which dairy cattle are ton 111., and moved here with ; H, > .' '.
not Included, Florida now ranks .
Iii;' of any morning paper, we transmitted-a correction 14 In the country with an inventory I'' his family In 1920 HD retired' WHY'WAIT TILL FALL? : I.
of 1.012.00-the tint several ;years ago. > Have Your Car Checked -Wilh Us Now .0
changing the word warrant as a synonym for
He Is survived by four' sons, "
time has
this State ever contained -
< ,;?, subpoena, on authority of Cochrans Law Lexicon, as many as 1,000,000 beef Ralph 8. and Glen F. of Stuart, EXPERT MECHANICS ON DUTY f ,
Harry K. of Savannah; Oa., and '
which defines a warrant as a writ of summons. I I animals.Such Western States as Idaho Carl of West Palm Beach; three !I Seven Days; A Week :J I ,'

: also wrote the correction. Wyoming, Arizona, Utah, Nevada daughters, Mrs Irene Sheets of t \z
,3;:, Danport, Ore., Mrs. James Located' l/g Mile S.. of Jensen Bridge. ,
Oregon and Washington all .
Dwyer of Melbourne Ky. and I
;: 14 I have less beef cattle than Florida '
# e '
Mrs. Ralph Beaslcy of Orlando, 1\\
') ;',; The story published your Hometown news while east of the MississippiRiver and five grandchildren =r : I
I, I
I only the State of Illinois, ;
"*, paper, The Stuart News" on the following Thurs center of a large feeder cattle J. H. REBMAN DIES CLARK'S' PAINT SHOP i; \ :,
business, boasts' of a larger beef ,; ,
29 the' word'warrant apparently '
day May using
: ;
cattle population
was clipped from some daily paper which had fail. Texas claims 6,527,000 head Reb an OVER AAP STORE ok 4TH STREET -., ))11 If
Joseph H. 3rd form- i We are prepared to handle any type job I
of beef animals, more than 800 ;
make the correction transmitted since
ed to we erly of Stuart, died at a hospital '>s I. &
cent as as are in Flor.
per many
does 'receive from In Charleston, 8, C, Fri- PAINTING
the Stuart
reports us .
ida.Florida day. He was 24. Funeral services OLD j : :t'
beef and dairy cattle 'LET US MAKE THE. CAR LOOK LIKE NEW r
bye wire were held Saturday afternoonwith ,
are worth an average of $54 ahead burial In Bethany Cemetery C, NO'JOB.TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL''1'1' ""t i ,

'V ItI'd the department estimates. near Charleston. Estimates 5ybmltted'Without Obligation ''I Pi!J'f
with total of
files a $68,310,000.WAA Rebman was born In 1922 In \, j
be glad for you to see our ( in this mat. I I Kleenburn, Wyo. He was a student W. R.. CLARK, Proprietor ., ," )f r1 j4
r at Vocational SchoolIn j
Murray '
ter. Jacksonville' June 12 In _. __ _ _ 'f.if: :
Charleston and attended the ---- -- -- --
1'' Sincerely, line with War Assets Adminis I i Inr
Baptist Church. He had been .
s I tration's previously announced In Charleston six months.He ; \
Malcolm B. Johnson plan to reduce the' size of Its I t
is survived by his father, -"-- jl
\, r organization as surplus stocksdwindabout ., iJ;( \',' i
Correspondent. Joseph H. Rebman, Jr., of Char- ; f
200 Florida employee his Geoffrey ;
leston; mother Mrs.
+ r wlir be dropped fromWAA' '
) r rM roll June 30,. It A. Bunting'of Stuart; a NO NEED TO PAY CASH '\ q': "
SC'L by was
'. r, make these mistakes sister, Mrs. Betty Vonya of :J i
These learned gentlemen do not I learned Monday night
, Charleston; an uncle, Alton K F.w Dolldr Dttwn :I .I'r

I on purpose,' a.. you can readily see from the tone' of the Hunslnger of Stuart; two aunts, Buys Th. Best Tlr.> Bull r "+':
in the above letter. If see that THROUGHSLEEPER Mrs. Charles Blakesley and Mrs. ,\: I
4' apology offered: you can Florence Murry of Miami; hU

;, he says that he is sorry for any embarrassment that he maternal grandmother, Mrs.

\ Has caused me 'by the "warrant" issued I will eat your Maude his paternal Hunslnger grandparents of Miami,, and Mr. GOOD/YEAR( '

hat and pay you more than yoU paid for it. and Charleston Mrs. Joseph,. H.* Rebman of TIRES't' 1'i'

For reasons known to you and I, Mr. Menninger took

, a real delight in printing the clipping from some paper WILL INDIAN VISIT ENGINEERS AREA comfort Enjoy the of safety new, and Goodyear riding ; / l j 7

,: that did not correct the story as sent our by the A PI;, I I tires BOW gain the advantage ': Ira,

..- I sub-headline about the Two clvU engineer representing of their extra mile. I' '
of making
even to the point a rY the State. of Mysore India are. A small down payment
''re'ad warrant. are visiting the Office of the and terms you arrange jf w p
e Corps of Engineers In Jacksonville on the \ '
, isneviiie and will Inspect Jetty construction balance: .h $1610 '

month'it is possible for Mr. Menninger to at the mouth of the die* the deal.
For $3.00 per and Carolina Resorts St. Johns River and navigation Stop la today ':='it '
receive the best data from clipping service, and I can' and flood control and' hurricane '

:, see no reason for him note subscribing to it. Tk* sal. mtful way" ta .. ..r gate Okeechobee structures region.in the Lake ,LIBERAL TRADI-IN +
... '
d v* 4
'' 'i"Y", As the law is, as of today you must give notice of suit cIMaop Las mot. .lcw>di- < Col. Willis E. Teale, Jacksonville -

t '" for libel. This gives the paper a chance to do as the II." *.. oU ko war" mUlng. two engineers District I Engineer, Oangadhara, said' and the I

t, A P did,. back out, without grace, do, the' damage .highway....-koiwd Sad Lena.Lv. Mahlckam were Government.sent her by) : BAUMCtD, WHEELS help to give j. '
' of the law in the clear. the: Indian They you' a smoother tide. Out-ol-balanc wheel
planned, and remain; in the eyes Stuart ..3S7 P.M. are Inspecting projects to gain 1
.f Ar. Spirranbnrf ... f:5O: A.M. valuable Information for a proposed directly or Indirectly cause abnormal tire wear.
\ 'Ar. H'IIdersoll.ille 11:25: A.M. $100,000,000 public works Make this small extra'investment In. comfort, .

I For any vote of anything else that I r nave done in.Tallahassee Ar. Asheville.... ... 1 12:20: f.M. development their country and saving; Stop in at Tire Service Headquar-'

I have no excuse to offer, however I do have a AIM k4M " % navigation planned,
.. ,... program and balanced by-"Wh.., Specialists .
.ad Ml\ ml H hokmtill*
discuss .
for and if to they, will supervise the. design
very good reason same, ,you iaeks.a.if..A.ae01.. ,
and construction of a $80,000,000first ""
J J ?. it I Will be .glad to aive you! my,;time to do '0. ... .I... sad nweaieuc class harbor, jiHnnlnllnHlnilHHHnnnllnonnunuUHHHHHilIsItnHSHOUOnuuunuH! \i

''Y our*'sincerely, Telephone 25 '
; r. SERMON TOPIC GIVEN Wiley Motor Co.v

The Rev Charles A. Cannel I
will base his the i
\ sermonon
I 'Marvin: H. Rt w.lt topic "Presbyterian General Assembly :a .
i North Highway Stuart fJor.dai
I Starts a Revival over a
e Budget at the 11 a. m. service!' :;
Sunday .of the Presbyterian .
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NEWS and Happenings of, the WEEK IN STUART Hem.Telep News Items 'er this.kefore 35-W paper noon most en WednMdar reach Office the Pkou U M, \

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''I examiners of Atlanta were played and prize won by end at Lake !Butler Orlando Mr:.and! Mrs Garland
I. tt\.l'\ Palm City Girl Is .. are here this week for a vacation ;!all. Those attending the party The Senator and his. wife have field and! three children fen!
y --- Mr Cheek months in Tallahassee week
: fo Florida beaches. were Helen and Robert spent two with their u
I Wilson Is accompanied by his Miss! Herbert Sandy, Suzanne at the Legislature and the Starke where\ they
To New
't i r t' Jersey'. Man r 1 jM wife and two children and Slope and Jay Davey, Nancy and Kay boys have been In Boles SchoolIn two months on the lake
by his wife std sop Kay King Lenny and Joe Wiley, Keystone
After school
I Mr. and Mrs H. M. LHeureuXI Jacksonville M!'.
I Ricky Powell, Joe Marie Ashley, closed June t they spent the field will return June
J I of Palm City have, announced' MRS L. A. Dianne and Vicky and Hue, for .this 2e"
t' .1' Russell L. West Will go to Atlanta rest of the week with Senator Hansen-Mcciu, J
the marriage of their daughter, OBM.KUS 1 Monday to bring his mother Holden and David Wilson. Mrs. Crary parent, Mr ,and Mrs. ding .and then rejoin her
11 Helyn Flndley L'Heureux, to I Mrs, J. and household furnishings! Holden Mr*. Powell and Mrs, p F. Crary, In Tallahassee! .
t ;H ii 1 ,f John J. Brady, Jr.. of Weslflcld. Clark o: down preparatory to moving Into Cheek assisted Mrs. Keith In entertainment 0 1I /
t. N. J., on May 24.-The couplfan day of his new home in Mppenslnk and refreshment. :
., i ; : making\ their home at 1 568 Sher- I lark, with Estates The (two children will I -e- the Rev T ). Geary entertained .
', } wood Parkway In W i
I II 4 She' Is a graduate of Martin, Included -e- tin and three children grilled steak supper at the Val

( r County High School) and a postgraduate I tag, Mrd! Dr. and Mrs. Murray W. Scott, Dan and Donna, of Bartlett beach house at Jupiter
i of Polycllnlo Hospital Rowley, fir of Canton, Ohio are guests were visitors here last ElSle'j Island Thursday afternoon In
in New York City. During World j hurled.. .. of their uncle, 'Luther Dameron the home of Mrs. Martin .honor of high school graduates
War n she served Bert D. of his Church. He was assisted
overseas/ asa CarUrlglit r and Mrs. Dameron at the St. ents Mr. and Mrs.
lit lieutenant In the Army I Phirsoit i Lucte Hotel. Aim here .ls Dr. They left this week for an extended I by Mrs. James Diamond of Kobe 1Jl
Nurses Corps, Mrs \ I ,;r Murry, Jr, their son, who recently Northern trip during' I II [ Sound and Mrs, Ernest Rlcou of I,4
Brady,' a graduate' of Wisl- I R returned from a yeat In which I they will visit point l of Stuart: Other present were \
1 field High I I School I, also I Nerved i It. M. (; I.I, i Tokyo where he was a captainIn historical and scenic Interest Ernestine Rlcou, Bob, Mary and .AN NQ yINC! ItlCOUIe ,
1 I fRA 1Vgj
''overR'aa in the, Army lie ii associated Robert 'I the Army of occupation A Included In their plans are stops Susanne Diamond Jira.Bowden1'and A rlNNr ON t 71f fYlN
with the Western Flu- ML* Tula graduate of Brown University Donora, Pa, to visit relatives Donald Hur:man. llKlrlt .Alit
,I. tlc Company! in Kearney. N. J. (ant we k .v and Harvard Medical School, he Mr Martin, Buffalo,Niagara -e- i
Iowa will report July] 1 at University I.t Toronto Montreal, Bos- Marlon T. Jeffries Orlando,
meeting' of Hospital In Cleveland to begin Philadelphia, Washington State rcprfscntaUvo of the National
Ida Thompson nell College/ duty as resident physician and points around the national Foundation for Infantile
Later he I awI surgeon. capital. Paralysis, Inc, was a Stuart
union of -e- e caller Tuesday He will return
I Is Wed Sunday Iowa State Miss Chee Chee Rlcou, who Mrs E. A. Mcnnlnger accompanied here tomorrow night with Mrs.

I. I relatives at. has been nursing to! Miami since I by her daughter, Mrs. J. Ruth McQueency, executive
Mrs Ida A Thompson, daughter WalcTRid I I I Ima t0 her graduation last year, Is C. McCrocklln, Jr, left Saturday secretary of the Palm Beach
I of Mr. and Mrs. 13 Col I spending the summer with her;, afternoon to spend a few chapter, to attend the annual
; Mlnschke of 440 California Ave. I became the bride Sunday noon otI' here late Cadwell.'I She recently returned Petersburg Mr. Mennlngrr and chapter
,i James M. Rider In a ceremony ,I with her parents from a tour''his grandson Malcolm left by -e-
performed by Judge Arthur R. MRS R M of the Western States Mr Rlcou, train yesterday morning to Join
: I : : Mrs, Herman. Hells and two
Clonta at her parents' home. I IS {} 'i-.: who underwent an operation at Mr*. Menninger in Jacksonvilleand
After the service the couple children left Tuesday for Keystone -
,: Mrs. Lorraine Lukert McPhersonMiss the Mayo Clinic, has recovered. drive on to their summer
and 18 guesta had a wedding I I Height for a summer vacation -
tamed for .. .
home in Cashiers
\ + N. C, for an
dinner at Chlsholms Grill ana'' brldllr.dc Mcfhcrson, daughter of Mr: and MIL Robert B. McPherson extended She will Join Mrs. Edcn-
then the couple left for a wtek ': dence In of 432 Hibiscus Road., was graduated from Centenary Miss Myrtle Dyer and Mrs. vacation.-C- field for a trip to Tallahassee

I .honeymoon in the Blue Ridge ments June Junior College, HackelUtown, N. J, Saturday, Commencement Frances Smith left Friday for Tuesday to attend the P-TA
I I Cleveland where they are official Mr. William Mitchell of The
Mountain. On their return short course at Florida Stats
held al three In
scorewas were p. m. Whitney Hall Miss McPherson -
delegates of the Martin Stuart News advertising staff mini> N )IT coupe
they will live near the St. LucJeCanal Madiera member of Theta College June 17-20. Mrs Marie
\ was a Epsilon NB Sorority, the
n locks where Rider is employed County chapter of the American will leave Monday morning fora McCullough will leave Mondayfor
as an engineer Mrs Arthur Guild and the Outing Club, She was also a member ef the Red Cross at the national con summer vacation at his horn'sin 5arke where she will Join AY
Mennlngir Phychology Club, Senior Dance Committee and the Record vention Wtlltamsport, Pa. He also will
The bride wore a gray gabar- Mrs Price Mrs. Edenficld and Mrs. Relta
I I Club, .
-e- visit In Canada and New York
dine suit with navy blue accessories Ireland Mrs --------- -
\ and a white orchid corsage Florence Mrs R B. McPherson attended State He plans to return about
\ for the during P-TA ''OFHCERS WILL the graduation of her daughter Sept 1. I
ceremony Minnlugcr. Campbell, college president, will I
which Edith Matthews sang I II I Bruner and ATTEND STATE INSTITUTE discuss "Preserving Human Lorraine, from Centenary -e I "DINE and DANCE"SEYMOUR'S
Junior at Hackeltstown Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Dos
College ,
Because" ,and "At Dawning I I fens Mrs Garland Edenfield, presi- I Values within the Home.Mn..
J ler will tomorrow
K Sunday I leave to visit
at the ?
accompanied piano by Newton P. Leonard, national- AT
I I dent of the Stuart Parent- relatives
over the week end In
\ Mrs. Edna C\\>utant. OES vice president, will speak on
Teacher Association, Mrs Her Dr. and Mrs Henry Voris left Orlando I
Mrs. Rider was with the U S. MUTING "Building Human Values within :
I Coast Geodetic Survey. Mr. The man Rcttz, Jr.. vice-president,j the Home" for their home In East fit Louis I INN
I ? after a month vacation at their Henry Kindred left Sunday
Rider, a Federal engineer. to the OES Circle and Mrs. P. M. McCullough, program home In 1 I '
Jensen Beach on a vacation to Birmingham,
IOnof Mr. and Mrs H. A. Rider at chairman will attend the BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR
of LaBclle MISS GERRY -e- Ala., to visit relatives He will TASTY DELICIOUS< FOOD
made for State MAINE
r a summer Institute at Florida Miss Charlene Keith .arrived return next week.
t eon to be r } I State College for women Last Thursday, an Informal home from South Georgia College -e Mixed Drinlts-Beer 'on.Draft,
'. Mrs Myra June 17-20 Members from all birthday Party was given for at Douglas, Qa, yesterday Mr. and Mrs, John' U. Mcn
Mrs. Stanley Kitching was members I parts ot the Sate will Miss Gerry Maine, at HEAR GENE ON
convene the homeof Mr. and Mrs George Keith and stinger will be hosts to 10 guests, THE SOLOVOX
: honored; on her birthday anniversary sewing/ kits. I I at the university and will be Mr and Mrs. W L. SullIvan| family 11I'111.rav\ soon for a I tonight for a bridge-dessert

1 Thursday at a dinner I I Those i housed In the dormitories during I II' In Eldorado Heights. Quests month's vacation In Gatlinburg, party at their home In St Lucie I STEAKS and SEAFOODOUR
'. at the St Lucie Hotel by Mr. meting the short course In adult education Included: Miss Dot Sullivan, Miss Tenn. Estates
and Mrs Luther Dameron. Those I bett Mrs. I' Edith Matthews, Pat Sullivan, 0-5 a. | SPECIALTY
.t attending the dinner were Mr. Violet Outstanding speakers and Mrs. Sullivan, Miss
I Beverly George Keith Jr. was given Senator and Mrs Evans Crary
,41t and Mrs Murray Scott and ton er Mrs. I teachers from over the nation I II Smith and the "Birthday Oal,: a birthday party on his 7th and sons, Evans, Jr, and Bill I Jensen Deach SEYMOUR GIDEON
Dr Talmadfte Wilson, Dr. and i I George! L. will carry out a program theme I Miss Gerry Maine The small birthday Friday at his parents returned home Monday after- Owner
Mrs H. H. Hipson, and Comdr. Johns, Mrs. \ I of "catching the Vision' of Human grpup\ enjoyed refreshments of home In Riverside Park Games noon after spending the week f-- S
,. 1, Stanley Kitching.I I Mrs. Alice Valuta." Dr Doak 8. Ice cream and cake, and later In tIST1GWSllETAB--
I I the evening settled down for a
"Musical session*
: J
( \ Ar I Miss Joan Combs
''''':'"ri. (.n.NA/a Gn.NAM entertainedthe
i f. Masque Club, teen-age dra-

/1 s23 a5 ? ai3A9ltttt V amtics Port organization Bewail Friday at Mrs her homeIn Olen

.F DeBerry was In charge of try- N $
i. 1 AMIfn.s'u outs for the production of The
42J W Black Derby," mystery comedy
j to be presented In July or August -
: cj 83I Those participating In the

tryouts Included Barbara Stewart -
,John L'Heureux, Jimmy ., t.tuF.'s
Walker, .A.4 YAf s.NH.0 ire rltt.etri.rl/
Ii Patsy Sullivan, Beach
i;, : Brooks, Sue Leek, Teddy Bishop,
Anne Flttman George Knlcker- Remember, ad.
I I it.t6fmaAN: bocke.. and Joan Combs Refreshments -

/ were served by Mrs ,
Paul Combs after the meeting.
Dr and Mrs J. D. Parker attends -
I Y G( dthe graduation ceremonies Next

b i\\ o fthelr daughter, Margaret Sunday 4
a s su
: : : f who received a degree of '
\ Bachelor of Science In chamls-
\ try Saturday. Their daughter June 151"s'/ ""s' ; -'
H"1 :
I ",. I s Jean a sophomore at the State .
'i University, will accompany them *.

A C''{ [1 GIVE TIER A I on a. short tour of Florida. 'X FATHER'S

Mr. and. Mrs Sidney Mllllktn Father's Day
8 of Fort Lauderdale left this
'j ., I week to attend summer school a IJNli i+t.fl Mt l;:

'. ,/;IoJ. In Gainesville after spending. aweek
r.dJa rd..l r.A. I In Jensen Beach. _
r # :;. jar we rrn11lINIj.. -C- e
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Chambers
and Mr. and Mrs. F L. Man-

gum all of Atlanta, are honeymooning '.

6t week. In Jensen Beach this Manhattan Sport Shirts;.

-e ,
Robert Wicke of New York LONG AND SHORT SLEEVES ." ,
\ City Is here for a week's ala,
with his aunt,Mrs. Tole, of Stu. All Sixes '
: \\\r\ --- ,
: art Villa, Wicke Is associated
t r'fP aDDiNG GIFTS are brides most cherished possessions.So t
j' with the Allen Mackey Radio P PAJAMAS SOCKS "' '
: ,. TIES
'tP: wy,
see the bride off toe good Stan with Gorham Sterling Company,

: ,' the solid silver thai is chosen for a lifetime.,. I I J. B. Blair-e and _Thomas Sam- HANDKERCHIEFS .. .SLACKS _

to be used with glowing pride, to be treasured because It of uel of Miami and B. J. Ambroee LEATHER WALLETSSTUART ii,1
Brooklyn, are also staying at a ,
$dJ) will be a part of her home. Gorham offers a wide icleciK the Stuart Villa while working > a
for the telephone company,
,. iii9 of exquisite designs in six.piece place-settings, which, -'e. Miss Alva Ray.lcvelyn Walker ;
include: teaspoon, luncheon knife, luncheon fork, indi and Margaret Griffith, staff = am mrs ,

ofi \l,1 salad fork, ream and butler spiu&e. members of the State Board of 'I '
i y \ soup ipoon Health, arrived yesterday at the {
0"'l St. Lucle Hotel to start prelim- DEPARTMENT STORE

inary work on the mass TB X-
ra,.... --
n .
( William Wheeler-'Cs-, Jr, of Plainfield Dad Appreciate f ...:. '''''

( } N. J- nephew of Mn Dozen*\. More
Charles Abbott of West Palm Being Remembered -' -l.! I
Beach, former owner of the st. 'AttracMveJs' i",

Lucie Hotel .la here for a months ..'.... w., .
Li vacation Ass boy;Wheeler visit _' 'Gift
.l '
ed his aunt here and now Is re- ; ::

J newing'old, acquaintance ? 'SSglgestsos N
: M '
E. R. Schulte state bank' examiner Attractive' Gift ,Belts '

of Tallahassee, and R,, I
} P Wilson and O W Slope[! Fed- .' '

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trips taken will be one to Juniper ac:: : ==: _: Mr. and Mrs, Ed Parnell and where they enjoyed swimming Mrl Howard Deering who net guest of Mr, and Mn. t4. '.14 4 1 I It, '

NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES Springs In the heart of the children Eddie and Susan, of and% picnic supper < during her husband lifetime land Hubbard of Walton. p
forest, which. has been developed JENSEN NEWS Miami were overnight guests of were owners and early setlers of Mr. and MI'I. George Sawyer y $it'' ;1

The County Agent's ColumBy by the Federal Governmentwith Mrs. C. H. Munch FrIday. They HUBBARDS TO BUILDS the Dr K. L. Williams holdings Lennard a recent bridal couple 'j'j' ,
recreational facilities for =:loao were their to Northern SMALL HOMES from Titusville. were wee end +"+.
c=::Ioaoc on way Hubbards Wal- in Walton, came up from Miami .
The Leland .
the public Parnell Is visitors at the home of hlg par- t
Maine where
L M.Johnton mana-
,, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Craig recently and purchased 100 feet .
ton plans are under W. Leu- e\l
Through the cooperation of ger of a summer camp Miss announce ants, Mr. and Mrs. \
William King of the Pelican of Deerfleld Beach were the Marlon Enochs of Pahoket Joined way and contracts signed with of that tame property which nard, In Walton. 't '; I i '
boy from InantoWn inc room and kitchen. The camp guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morris and made
Club she Is having cleared
six: i-j> Hotel three 4-H Club boys from them here and accompaniedthem Klgbee and Wortham contractors t,. ,.I/I'/!
Donald Parson, ErnestJohn activities: are planned to give the Tllton Sunday.Mr. ready tot home construction I Ij
Stuart nd Indiantown 'Ga.. r' '
having as far as Rocky Ford; for grading land for beautification i ,\
ChanL boys Instruction In 4-H Club .
Adam Lewis and Mrs Parnel Enochs where she and her negro woman
we. the best club records will have where she will visit her grandmother and for building three 'i-' ,J I
Donald Brown and Geraldauews work and recreation their expenses paid at Camp and daughter, Elizabeth, of Pa- small electrically homes will live. Mr. Deering numbersher STUART I I "
hut through their of- The mornings are devoted to McQuarry I hokee were guests of.Mrs C, H. friends among the old residents CITY COMMISSION }
Mrs. J. M. Kllng of Deerfleld havelng Harris Ave., these
In their club earned the 80-mlnute classes In agriculture, Munch Friday, who state they will be :
rp the end have living bedroom bath,
week guest room
Beach was Meetings
gb& to attend Camp Lakes n swimming and ipoitmaiuhlp Indications are that Martin Mr. and Mrs E.: 1. Ward Mr I of her son and wife, Mr. ,and dinette and kitchen. Stressing glad to welcome her back. I Regular .
'ed on Crooked The afternoon are divided Into County will have one or two and Mrs. P E.: Ward and Mrs Mrs. Joe Kiln,. the Importance ot these homes Mr. and Mrs Harvey Merwin,l 8:00: P. M. ; ,., I I
a atlonal Forest I recreation at camp And tripe large gladioli grower! this com- Ida Zarnadts left June 4 for, they will be furnished complete Dumon Merwln and Arthur Phillips -i 2nd and 4thWEDNESDAYS i I't' ;
Waslelewskl and grandson -
ns, camping reason start I through the Ocala National For ing year Plans are being made Canada where they will be the, Mrs homeIn Including silver and linens ot Edenlawn were recent ', f
for their
I' jj and ends June 28 There est. The evenings are divided for planting 1,500000 gladioli guests, of the P. 11:. Wards for I left Sunday Furniture Installed will have Visitors In Fellsmere, t : I
use have beEn
n 10 cabins for boy and threebins into Inspirational and recreational bulbs by one grower, and there\ the summer guests Barton of N.their Y. They daughter and every reasonable comfort and Mrs. Viva C. Boat was a two- Stuart City Hall:' j ;i Ii
guest last Wednesday and ; ,
personnel din.- programs Among theLyons' will be two smaller day
for camp one or plantings F. I. Craig and grandson Clay: Viet convenience. Ample closet room '
Mrs Rosky
mother Thursday of Mrs. J. W. Waring I,
.-----c: by other new growers. I of Deerfleld Beach were the sensible and practical use of all 'I;
Mrs R L, White of Eau Gal and her daughter, Miss Rosa-
Otto Hupfel Roger and George week-end guests of his son-in- space will be effective In thrse Public: Always Welcome ; f'
lie week with'her mother I mond In Fort Pierce
Spicer and George P, Klronl- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. spent a ] homes that will be for rental Waring !1"'i. -: : f;
Mrs J. L Metigar Farms. Monday she was a din- ;
mus are to be congratulated on
ImperialService Morris Tllton purposes and attractive In every t.i .A: I
producing some of the very few Mrs A. A. Hendry, Mrs T. RHelllrr Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wacha detail, Work on projectwill > '' :
disease-free Easter lily bulbs Mr. and Mrs Lewis Gam- came home from Gainesville : be started IJI the next I THE OPENING OF \ 11 f fl
found In the South According to ble and Louis and Verna Gamble Friday to spend two weeks with week.
Station the Information from the State were shopping In West Palm! Mrs. Wacha's parents, Mr and : 'f'
617 S. Federal Highway. Stuart Florida Plant Board these growers have iBeacn: maay Mrs W. B Tilton. Mr. and 'John L. Eddy of EARL'S SODA SHOPAT 'i ; i
some of as fine Easter lily bulbs Mrs R. S. Robertson was hostess I
the Bridge In the Be.. Addition) Mr. and Mrs. John Meyers Walton have visiting them their :
(Aero SHAKE IN THE ejr WORLD as can be found In the State who have spent the season at to her bridge club at WU daughter, Mrs. Sidney Klein, INDIANTOWN J "
FINEST MILK Martin County agriculture Is Seymours departed last week sons Snack Shop Tuesday afternoon and daughter, Susan, from. New '
((26.Ounce* Thick)__ __ --- 2Sc becoming better known by tomato for Minnesota' where they will High score prizes were York. SUNDAY JUNE 15 ; t' : 'I
Regular 76-OcUn Gasoline, Cal. 22.9c growers During the past spend the summer On their return won by Mrs. Lewis Gamble and Fletcher Russell of Ankona 1:' ,
Elhyl Gasoline GaL 24.9c two weeks the County Agent has they will occupy their new Mrs. Seymour Gideon Others was the Friday afternoon visitor Modern Soda FountainCoffee and Sandwiches ,'t .,; -
Open All Night Every Night accompanied several out-of- home In Rio. playing were Mrs. C. H. Alderman of Harvey Mrrwln On some REFRESH YOURSELF WHEN OUT OUR WAY i''
county tomato growers looking Mrs Arnold Taube, Mrs' political Issues Mr. Russell and I II,
HAMBURGERS AND CUBE STEAKS-At Good at land suitable for tomato pro- State Farmers Market at Fort Adolph Hertel Mrs E.: J Ward Mr. Merwln see eye to eye, both OPEN DAILY I ., '
Aa the Best I duction In Martin County Several Pierce It Is expected decisions and Miss Elizabeth Robertson. having earned reputations that 1 I, "1 I
of these growers are planning will be reached In matters Involving Mr:and Mrs R. 8. Robertson tht'ylay what they think regardless .-- ---- --' '.' I
to move Into this area from vegetable production In and family had as their guests on whose toes they'' j\\ 1
Homestead and Fort Pierce. South Florida for the coming Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Curt Schroeder tread. Possible! we would have (
RED TOP KITCHENMENU and recommendations willbe and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis more legislative approvals It taxi :'ftlI
> Roberta J' Arrletta and O H I mad*-on-very Important a Issues Whlttlcar and two daughtersof i I payers and citizens of this great FOR SALE
Tucker, ore doing I considerable pertaining to growing and! Stuart and Mr. And Mrs R. nation would let out their voices i
pasture Improvement work on marketing vegetables.miiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiif. Swink of Jupiter I In the same toe-treddlng as these j I )
their land holdings In the west i I ,
SANDWICHES I 1 two residents of the drive i I \ }
end of Martin County Arrletta Thurs. Fri. Sat. ,
Chicken Salad ** ->-' _._ ____ __,m__ _. .......m 25c who recently purchased the' Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mcrwln IIINIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIBudded i i ,! 'i "j t '
Roast Beef .\. .. .... 25c Glades Farm Is chopping and NEWS OF Eden were guests at the II IIof r I NEW KITCHEN TABLE & 4 CHAIRS ''T 1

.. .. _.. .. 25c Pennock Plantation In JupiterWednesday I
Pimento Cheese .,, -On' fertilizing Improved pasture on Winter I 10 CHILDREN ROCKING CHAIRS ". I' ,;
Baked Ham _. -... .. -. ... .- 2Sc15c muck and plans to finish steers Indian River Drive ; '
Homemade Pies-, cut _---. _..:.- ..:.....::::.:: on this grass JOINS EDLMAWN 2 NEW KEROCAS" KEROSENE STOVES Ii, .Y I ;I .J'.

COLD DRINKS Tucker Is Improving palmettoland By VIVA CLARK111111I11111I1111111111I111I11111111111111I11I111 SOCIAL LOI.ONYSOlnlng AVOCADOTREES I NEW KITCHEN TABLE CABINET COMBINATION ." \ ""I. j
by chopping palmetto I'> ,
fertilizing and seeding to Im- the Edenlawn social .
HOMEMADE CANDIES These cdiony\ this week were Mr. and CASE12" 16" WINDOW GLASS, DOUBLE '
prove pasture grasses In her 4 x
For contract bridge '
Mrs Ford Carter, Jr, his father
two ranchers have Indicated II'j
North Stuart Federal l HighwayA Mrs. W. STRENGTH "
their faith In the future of the home Friday afternoon Kurd Carter. and Ford Carter f '
SPOT: TO DINE cattle business In Martin Countyby O Padrick. Jr, entertained her 3rd. Coming down from Chicago e 1 KITCHEN SINK COMPLETE ""t' .
COOL doing extensive pasture im- club members, Mrs. Frank Fee, last fall they located In Stuart 1 LAVATORY COMPLETE i j .1 : ', It
and 1. C. CLEMENTY811" but unable to find suitable Accommodations BOOTH NO 3 '
MRS. work.
MR. provement Mrs, John McCarty,. Mrs. David : '
roond & FITTINGS
'- I for year- BOOTH NO.7 2" and 4" SOIL PIPE r,
Fee, Mrs. Myron Yarn, Mrs use there they leased the Cave I'
'ii \
The Florida Vegetable Com- CROsS CUT SAW !.'
mittee will hold Its annual meetIng Rupert Koblegard Mrs W. T which for many winters has been J"
Register occupied by Dr. and Mrs Casa LULA NAILS
In Orlando Monday through Warren and Mrs E.: C
\ DOORS OPEN Wednesday.. The agricultural High score winners were Mrs Collier, who by,the way, are now WALDIN PLUMBING FITTINGS ':; '
/ III Iln a SAT. & SUN. 2i4S agents from Martin and St. on tour seeing the beauties of .'

11I1:= U I ,Mon. Thru Fri S:45 Lucie Counties have been Invited David Fee and Mrs. McCarty Dr.the Great Collier American following desert'his hobby, with $2 each DOOR LOCKS i[ II '
to attend this meeting to "
-TODAY ONLY THURSDAY JUNE 12th- represent their counties and the ADMITS NEW MEMBERS photography. It Is understood GET THEM ANY DAY AT ,
their jaunt will keep' them from I
Double Feature Program"s The Walton-Eden Property I" MY HOUSE.
Florida this wInter.
WANTEDYARD Owner Club Is growing In Mr and Mrs. C. F Fettwels Edwin A. Menninger JENSEN BLOCK MFG. CO. :t-t'd'11t' '
popularity with new members and children. Ronald and Dawn

WORK names being placed on the rolls.. from Wheaton ilL, after spendIng 217 MARTIN ROAD11111111111I11111I111111I1111111111111I11I111111 CHURCH ST JENSEN, FLA. '" ,? 'f;tH :
Among those admitted to membership the winter at Ocean Breeze III'
LANDSCAPINGGENERAL during ,the past week Camp In Jensen Beach' moved I ; I
REPAIRS were Dr. and Mrs Oatlln and their trailer to Fort Lauderdale ''Jf j'
WINDOW WASHING- Madison Weeks of Eldred, Mr. last week where Mr. Fettwels I :
BUSINESS & RESIDENCECAR and Mrs. Edward B. Traub and will go In the fire alarm busl ,i! f

WASHING AND Mr,.and Mrs. George Sasso of ness with his brother-In-law, t" '. 'iJ
uru wua TO Ankona Rue Gewert. Hr Is one of the ; ;
LOUISE < DUANE DONALDSON POLISHING Another couple Invited Into inventor of this system which '. .' "

\. kmw 1 r tai NMe-... Wass a IaU"t.hae ,TREE REMOVAL AND membership were Mr. and Mrs. can be used In all public buildings '" '"01. ." ."h'", i. 'l', < : !'
M WiMSSCt a.NMa.ea.A,1 It IEOIGi$IOIIAIII PLANTING Doh Romanello who were among hotels restaurants and ) '.. ,
A COWA1iuA MCTURE MIMEOGRAPHING WORK the guests at the card party homes. Mrs Fettwels Is the i. .. )i I' !
ALSO ROAD BUILDING Friday night Eight 'tables were former Florence Oewert of Walton "II j

DOCK REPAIRS In play. There was a door prize ..1 ,t, I ,!
won by Mrs. Leicester Lennardand Coming over from Orlando to ',
Td1EF'eali"9' PROPERTY MANAGEMENT a cash prize for each table spend the week end with their I' 1
S14sure ourk2rts! Following card games home parents Mr and Mrs Ruben T

.. t't : What have you to sell Listit made served cake. and Ice cream were,, Johnston and Mrs. Arthur of Walton Johnston. were who Mr The Finest In Home-Cooling!{ rr; ''y t+
t with us for proper A covered dish supper Is scheduled miss no opportunity for shrimp-
IJ Tye aaosl eadeseing Register with ut for with bingo games succeeding Ing and fishing. There Is fresh .' '
old n.c.l ;bey'T" employment. Cement blocks on June 27 at ( p. m. water fishing In the Savannah t '
for sale The entertainment committee back on the Johnston propertyand w
ova rtiaj.ll In charge of arrangements Indian RIver offers the edible "
.,.eveseu.llyt Kenneth Stimmell are Inviting all those Interested salt water finny tribe that A COOLAIR ATTIC FAN KEEPS :e"mi :
In this clubs activities contributes to the fun.of their ,
Owner, Manager Prior to the social evening visits

STUAR'TSERVICES' Friday Dr. E.: I,. Dennison, club George Korpl who has been I
president held a short business transferred from the state of COOL-DAY and NIGHT M!
session reading the recently constructed \- Washington to Elgin Field spent ,
by-laws formed by the
Saturday and Sunday with his '
-rVIN Krueger BuildingBox club attorney Ed Dennison of parents Mr. and Mrs. H. AKorpl : "I' I I
486 Phone 41-W Fort Pierce the same being accepted in Walton. George, serving : ,

DUAK TRUDY MAISW unanimously. ------.....:_ a three year hitch now has t .1 .
the title of power man In avla ,l .
LLOYD CDRRIGM tlon engineering crIi 1' 1 Ii .
Mr. and Mrs, "Bud" Griffith, .
JUNE 13 & 14th --- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moehle, ; : i !
2- BIG HITS- 2 ------- Charles Moehle, Jr, of Walton, ; '

No. 1 No. 2 Mr. and Mrs Joseph Svec, Eden ECONOMY. YEARS OF EXPERIENCE ; //'t
Mrs. Ethel Bohannen Schulti. i
I Clarence Porter of Fort Pierce two
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PAGE.TEN THE\!: STUART NHTS, StuART, :Martin: County, rtOSISA., 'tBn.lnAT! > JANE M. 1M7.

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::4J\' \ Q lt 1 tuart XCAVO\ OVER TIM BRINK Or NACZENZIse. NEWS and COMMENT The Stuart News and the Qw-! at large congratulate',

t D. L.l: *. :':
,. Published every Thursday at OC====OO== OO OMoC OCOf ing On the old Feroe buildings' which) he bought from Ben '

j k : Stnur Martin County Florida f EVERYDAY: life I Is the greatest fiction story ever written. Fox several ;years arl'I..I
:: '.t by Stuart Dally News, Inc, a Nothing could be more dramatic from a human point of This Is an extrembely progressive move, in line miii,
; \ ; Florida corporation. several other progressive business building
a : j' Entered. US' second-class mall view.than the highlights of the dally news. projects. Tell Oughterson set the pace before remodel the wl
: matter at the post office at when he remodeled the old St. Lueie building into n
a ,
','. Stuart tlorUla. under the Acts TAKE the story of Tomoya Kawakita, brutal Japanese office structure: mOde J

,;' ? a of March 8, 1879. "prison camp overseer, known to the American prisoners Williams remodeled the interlor'of the Feroe build"ing

t I'J: A FREE PRESS :34 YEARS pF SERVICE l +"' fti0F whom he beat and maltresated as "The Meat Into four attractive apartments this spring Contract'

Grinder." Imagine the drama Involved when a former Charles Conrad Is now busy Installing modern storef r
Y and 7h. NGU.f. n.n 4.". .... It ..-.., front and Is embarked on a compete
, I 1 ,.I.' ,,10 "" ..rl I//.... hc (,.., MOT" victim recognized Kawakita on a Los Angeles exterior and interior
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l[' .,. A FREE PEOPLE .hi.\1011..' .p."ig1.h., /H...I....aluat. Y....".April...'. whit n. j street the other day, trailed him, got the F.B.I. to seize modernization The W. W.job.Mac: Job on the. first floor of the JlolI '
4 p r. 1t In.... salt= .1 ; I 1 'him. You'd think it far-featched in fiction but it ra.
'A. ,! n., I. : .i. $1, 402C ,Its : ; y y nF prylnat building an attractive addition to the town. -
t I. ....U.." ...* fomwlr 4no> M ... happened in real life. Let other owners of business buildings follow suit "
.., ..... ,
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the the only way we can make the downtown section look'
I ______ >dprnac + t l LAST Saturday down at West (Palm Beach there was .a bright and new, and keep in pace with 1947-not 19111.J-
I male': A. '.....NNING.... u....wl. ......... is awful tragic story 6f infinite courage and pathos. Mrs. E. L. to 1925 when most of ofrr business structures were built
a.RSK.YT r. A/H"itl-in/ne, ...... ,
I : I. : Y"NM. Housley 71. the' wife of a retired Methodist missionary,

I t ''J SUBSCRIPTION RATES: rushed up a railroad track In the face of a speeding locomotive THE SILVER BARRIER ;

{I' Mr ,..11. n.;.. V.., .... ... ...... T" Y......... W06 x is 4 seized her grandson from a stroller jammed in the '
I 1 -..-- ----.. ...,.....-. -- -...... rails---and in a second more both died as the juggernaut It Is related In The Dybbuk that a rabbi, seeking U
,1\ AdW.li.lna.. rates t ...... known : ":. thm. Th. :man.p.m.nt 5.nlroM the right 'Al.l1CR lal rallied down. Who knows the depths of courage in the (how a miserly Chsssid how his wealth had cut him oft
\. .: :...: :. :i..l.lr ... .. ..,.. from friendly intercourse with his fellow '
the meekest human ? men said
'fh. AMO.r.t' .tlMN II ........I.oIr antltkd. 1It. .0' ,I., .....1....'.... tIA .S a.ws heart of being ,"Look
I I -.............. -. ._ ---. ---- r e out of that window and tell me what you see."
::1+ J MEMBER OF THE.ASSOCIATED TRESS ', A+'f I ra NEVER discredit the potentialities of drama any- 'I 1 see people," said the rich" man.' ,

""t rho \....,... PI... I It otatrd "...,..j.. fn tit .... for ,.p.Nimeim' of all t1.. where that men carry on the roles of life. Everythingis "Now look In the mirror. charged' the rabbi. "What
i ;, _h..a. n.rW prh* Ip ,.",...."11..". 'H" all A' new. d'......."... possible in this world-and possible anywhere in it. do you see now'"" (

.,. .0 c OClOI coo In a way a news reporter Is constantly on the alert "I see myself" replied the Chassld. /
I for "the fiction of .life" as it is written by the Creatorin "Behold, said the rabbi "In the window there b (
Worthy of Meditation .' his town. glass and in the mirror there Is glass I But the glass! in tilt i
mirror is covered with a little silver, and no
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J !+/i WORTHY OF MEDITATION I GREAT drama, is just around the corner at any mom- tie yourself.silver"added- Adrian than you Anderson cease in to see Your other Life.nonunuiaunuunununuuuuwlluluuauuumannnnnnuuwunuuul8. and see only.

I In the ent anywhere. It may pass ua by' because we lack the
strange and fictitious dim that follows the '
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perception and awareness to see its; we may see it and be
'I \.orld's greatest upheaval in a day when Incalculable TWO IMPORTANT MEETINGS unable to convey it to our readers lest we hurt the feelings

agencies of destruction threaten the physical world, and of those concerned ; but nevertheless all good reporters Letters To The ''torHouuuuttdutunmuwuutauuuRNUIInIItNtgNUmotuneiHnllilt
rational; cros -purpo ri! confute our 'political philosophies, Martin County expects to send delegations to two shouin constantly keep In mind that "big stories" have

America's sole chance and radiant (opportunity must be important meetings In connection/ with thewaterways, their origin wherever life is lived. \ mn.
i in the definition of our democracy, and in enlarged devotion The first' is a session 'at Belle Glade in which the -
t t 1 to the of unified munkliui.Krancis. United Editor Stuart News:
purpose States Engineer Dept will hear argument for ad I I I I I I I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHorticulturally I I I I
r P. Gaines.I ditional drainage and flood control projects in the Ever Contrary to what'you may have heard or read, this placJ-
I .. glades. This session is set for Wednesday June 18. Speaking Korea-is not as bad as opinion has It deeply "rubber-jumped-
1 111IIIII1IIIIIillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll1l1hl\/ / { l I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMI/ i Martin County's sole interest in the proceedings is i ito I like It here and am ,happ,. We have a few hardships and dl.-

YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR ask the Engineer Dept. to open and Improve additional lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllimillllimillllMIMIIMIMIII/ IimilllimillllMIIIMIIIIrtFourteen advantages Not many are lucky enough to have their tamllUs
I outlets from the Lake RO that St. Lucie Canal and the but we have nearly everything, to the ones who complain and stir '
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii lllllllllllll11111111111t1111111s1There Calloosahatchee will hot be the only effective arteries for unusual tree which I have donated to the MartinCounly up Congress and other or worry their folks back. home are the '
1 are many things I do not undor Und. One of the discharge of flood waters. Our hope Is that if WestPalm Hospital 1 wore pluMed in the hospital yard this week by Gordon same ones who probably had less at home .

t, them is the vigoruub l bidding fur tax .ale certificates at Beach. Hillsborough and Miami Canals are deepened Parks grounds superintendent.. Except fur\ tin first two on the |115t i they). However, I did not start a theme on Koera or a recruiting ad.
4 the annual county, tax sale the first Monday in each June. it will not be necessary for the Engineer Dept. to ate trees introduced into Hot. Ida for experimental 1 growth, Asa matter I want' to tell you how nice Stuart Is, because ao many at home ,
o It i is hot as if the successful bidder wore getting the land, discharge to much fresh water through St Lbcie Canal. of record \lie; are description of the trees: have nice things all around then and dona realize :U. It stems(11*

I; because he does not. And the method of bidding is like a We have the further interest that Everglades farmers CHHYSOPHYLLUM OLIVIFORME' (iSapolaceae). SATW-Ltr: you have only'two nice I places while on. earth, the place you leal,
t' :, j l>utrh auction. At a Dutch auction the starting price is are quite apt to ask the Engineer Dept. to lower Lake Evergreen tree to 30 feet, native to South Florida with leaves bright and the place you are going. So I think florid Is to me one of,, .
i fixed for the day of the sale, and if no buyer comes forward Okeechobee from Its present 17.14 maximum-minimum green above and densely-brown beneath. fruits about 3/4 Inch long those nice places. I mine swimming, fishing\ fresh milk warm. '
the price drops'a certain amount each day until stages. Should the farmers ask that the Lake be lowered purple. winters sunbathing pool bowling and oh I could name so many
,,,mt>bOlly.' buys. Twenty year ago there was such a sale to 16, leaving the 14 minimum where it is, that would be SAPINDUS MARCINATUS (Safmiaceae). FLORIDA SOAPBEHHV things but If you can Just get the people of Stuart to realize -
: 'if the old Salerno Inn property which subsequently burned greatly to our disadvantage because it would mean that This native Florida tree is found sporadically( in hammocks from Murion open their eyes and see at least one more advantage Martin County
1 1 The original advertised( price was $21,000 and an- the Engineers would have a narrowed degree of flexibility County northward. Flesh of the fruit contains a principle which makes has, I think they will be a lot happier and have more fun.
I r' "i.ounrement: wan made that the price would drop $1,000 in control of the 1.ake-and it would follow that the discharge |It valuable a. a substitute for soap. One thing I have learned In my life 1s that you can't beat fun,

\. a day until somebody bought. The "somebody" enentually through :St.: Lucie Canal would be more frequent' CUPANIA SP. (Saplndaceae). Medium-size evergreen tree, na- fry as you may. ,
\ ', acquired the hotel on the tenth day at a price of 11000. and greater in volume than It is now. : alive of Tropical America received here from Santa Barb Botanic I regret sometimes that X cannot be In stuart to offer mj I
Tax certificate sales are a little like that. The amount It would be to our Interest, in evept that the Lake I Carden In California. Closely related to the Airs (Bllffiia mfiitla), humble opinion and Ideas, In an effort) to Improve our town. and
i,t., you pay Is fixed to start With. If the amount of tax and maximum is lowered, to insist that the Lake minimum be this tree has small white flowers in panicles and attractive ornamental county even more. I am sure that many improvements have been
II costs on a certain piece of property in advertised at $72.48, l lowered' correspondingly to that the reservoir capacity fruits probably not edilile.RUPRECIITIA I made since I last saw the beautiful place. And any one who says
\ taht Is all, the tax collector U authorized to receive for i It would remain about the same as it la now. % CORIACEAE'' (Polygonacea). :''Evergreen tree Is Isn't beautiful, come to Korea or even many places I have been
I and no amount of enthusiasm on the part of would-be buy The second important meeting will come on the following .' 'horn, Central America to 30 feet of rather slow growth, with mule and stationed In the State and perhaps he will change his mind.
.11//', j i. ers can induce the collector to accept mor The bidding day, next Thursday, at Fort Pierce, where private I female flowers on different, t......... This species has not flowered in the Please give my best wishes! to all the people I know In Martin'
r;:, t takes; place entirely on the ,amount of interest that the Interests are seeking to dump more drainage water into I United States Many of the 25 species of Riipref/itfa, have very slKnvy I County. They are good people, and I like people and I think at('
wuuld-b] buyer will accept) on the Certificate. He is au the North Fork of the St. Lucie River, requesting a federal and attractive fruits.TRICHILlA i them often and wish I oould walk through town again and speak
I ': J thorised:.\ ,by law to get 18 \tier cent the first year he holds project on "flood control grounds", to drain the great IIIRTA '(Mflioceoe). 'This' evergreen tree from to them on the streets.
it and 8 per cent each year thereafter. And if there in no Allapattah Slough lands, recently tapped by the Florida Puerto Rico wliere it is called BROOMSTICK: Tun! belongs to the mahogany I would like to know that this message from a soldier 'in Korea
i ,' competition In the bidding that is the Interest rate he will Eart Coast Railway spur. family and holds promise as a street tree With evergreen foliage la printed In the,Stuart News, on the chance that It may cheet
\, I collect on the certificate. But if there are two or more Our South Fork has already been ruined as a fiE.hinj and small white flowers in big clmters.BISCHOFIA at least Ont person in Martin County and open their eyes to the
,\ bidders for the same certificate and the first man merely stream by too much'muddy' fresh water: now ambitious JVyANICA (Eunhorbifceoe). Tone An evergreen fact that we have a lot of nice thlna la our little county and 4'
n\41 'offers to pay $72.48 for the certificate, the next man can developers. are getting ready to ruin the North Fork, too. tree from Smith China to 75 feet with bronze-green foliage] lot of nice people. I would be glad to hear from them at any timer,
; any "I'll take it &t 10 per cent interest the first year." The A great deal of damage has already been done to that and small greenish flowers, followed by inconspicuous fruits.7 Tin treed RUSSELL DAT, CWO USA
1 1 rcmpetitor can say "I'll take It for 8 per cent" and another stream by a St. Lucie County drainage district which opened quite ornamental Its manner of growth. :210th, QM Bn..
,I /can say "I'll take it for 4 |per cent and so on. Everybody Little Cane Slough Canal. Silling-ln almost a mile of PLEIOCYNIUM ,SOLANDRI (Ananmluicroe). Bimnrwrt' PLUM APO J35 In care of Postmaster,
n i .. bids "up" on the land b.v bidding "down" on the interest. former navigable river. l> This evergreen; tree from Queensland to 60-feet, has densely clustered! San Francisco Calif.I'OSSIBIUTT .'
i And the first customer win yells "I'll' take it without In- It is quite possible that this new project will bring greenish flowers, followed by.edible IX" fruits used for jellies and toms
\ terest" gets the certificate, even If the others finally come additional silt and sand Into the river; therefore Martin f f FOR FOREST AREAS
1 1 to the name conclusion.But I i County should certainly have a delegation at the meeting To persons familiar with the tree called TROPICAL ALMOND (Tf- Ur, Ed Men 1lnl er. !
I even /HO, the successful bidder does not get the to guard against any further destruction of navigation missile/ / colappa), it is sufficient to explain that all four of the following Stuart. News,
4 j ,I )property. All he gets is a claim against the land (with potentialities. It would also be a good thing for this dele. bees belong; to the lime genus and have the same family characteristics, Through the columns of Carl anton'. News.hyphen-

0\ or without Interest as the.culle may be), and if he lives gation to ask the government and St. Lucie county to clear though their manner of growth and their general appearance is somewhat (as we facetlftusly labeled It years ago when I helped on Ito) I read
I long enough to be successful bidder and buy the certifl- out the shoal caused by prior drainage A third factor different' -\ your fine article on Fla tree potentialities. It Is about 100 years
t oJ r rates on the ame land the two following tax sales, involv worth looking into would be whether it would be more TERMINAL1A MUELLER! (Combretaceae). A Imall tree f from, ahead_that's all!
r' ing taxes the land for three feasible to create short cut-off canal Queensland with ,rather narrow, leathery 4" leaves, irnall flowers .
on years, he then has the right a by-passing the shoal ) In Your voice is as that of 8(. John (this B.I I el'Jlnlln the wilderness
to apply for tax deed which has and giving craft spikes from the leaf axils, and 3/4 bluish fruits.
a to be advertised for a access on a permanent basis to the navig lethargy}' and selfishness In our potentially wealthy State.
month. Under these circumstances able water above TERMINALIA' MYRIOCARPA. A tree from Burma often
the acquiring of a tax Spruce Bluff. big Let me tell you of one other and of which know It
you /may
I tit certificate is merely a step toward a distant goal. 1 have --- "- --- to 100 feet, with oblong 8-Inch leaves the many parallel veins at first so. please write on It. ft"'
i r great faith In the future but I tan raise no pressure In my BONERS IN THE'PAPERSLakeland rusty. ''The pink to white, changeable small"flowers are In panicle The Seminole War maps show Immense I now

!boiler over the thought of InVeNting $72.48 (possibly without (( Ledger) The fruits are liSJon<<, with wings. mainly unproductive areas -H which! were covered expanses with a plant

r : any interest) In the prospect of investing that amount They get by somehow In the Ledger and In every TERMINALIA TOMENTOSA. This evergreen Indian tree tn which was. the bread of life'to the Indians) of that day and according
twice again for additional certificates plus the costs of other newspaper. We're talking about those goshawful] 100 feet has 8-inch variable leaves often thinly fuzzy beneath: small to prior history 1 back several hundred : 80 we map
acquiring a tax deed two years hence,knowing that the typographical errors, some of which are ridiculously\ funny white flowers In spikes and 2-inch fruits that have 5 broad wings/: assume that this plant was propagated for centuries.years When the
I owner or any interested )party fan step in at any time up and some of which can be very embarrassing. Sometimes TERMINALIA: OLIVERI. Introduced by the United States Department white man came, that plant followed the buffalo. pigeon,
i to the actual issuance of the tax deed and just refund my it's the writer who makes the mistake In haste he hits of Agriculture from Debra Dun India, this evergreen tree'to etJC.i etc. Into total and almost extinction, yet passenger It could be mare
money. 40 SO feet with a trunk ol4.$ girth, often channeled has ovate-
the Wrong key on his typewriter. Sometimes it's the linotype 9r valuable to us than to the Indiana.
At Martin County's tax sale there several elliptic leaves 2 inches long and dense panicle*,'of small yellowish
t were buy operator. The proofreaders are supposed to catch This koontle (Zamia) Is a fernlike cycad, the leaves of which
ers who merely had monetary interest in the land covered all such errors' and make corrections, but proofreaderslike flowers. It Is native to the*dry areas a of a Burma. are worth about 1 cent each to the florist trad There are a few

by the certificates offered. Some had partial interest, writers and linotype operators, also are human. small areas where a fine Income and livelihood is furnished pickers -
a perhaps a mortgage, perhaps a prior certificate, or a simi- The first few copies of the Ledger are rushed from As a matter of reference'there Is still another representalve of f shippers and packers today. .
lar investment. But most of, the certificates were sold] to the press to the news room for Immediate checking. If tl.ls. genus TERMINALIA CALAMANSANI growing! In the Christian .The root ls a huge of starch.
turnip affair almost
persona who must h ought they land Science churchyard in Stuart about 50 feet east of the church, with pure
tbMd' \! were buying ; really outlandish errors are discovered the press is stopped The pioneers made a table of It with
i5 that Is the only way I understand) their avidity Every for corrections. If they aren't too bad, we let the press strange, horizontal branchings In whorls that build up like a pyramid.. honey sweetening. Alas., they'also delicacy found by making out that a It Jelly made a good
certificate on the list was sold, Which means! that L. C. keep rolling, for route men and carrier boys are waiting- This system of branching) is more pr less characteristic of the Terminal! hog chicken and stock feed. So' they proceeded to denude .the,
t Kickliter, county tax-exterior lo these many Is find subscribers don't like for their to be family.
f years very paper late. i it forests of the plant. Why did!)' they leave seed plants? No, Vf
happy because he has
"lICe. more collected the Martin Several years ago we fixed a page layout of picturesof said,. It would,
,they left It then the
County tax roll 100 per t..nt.nd( as he can recall plenty Lankeland'a City officials. For the top of the page we The,much-loved, beautiful red-flowered tree of Georgia. and $aced t get It. "good- or-nothing. neighbors
i of lean years when he could nrtf give tax certificates away, wrote a streamer which Raid :: "Men Who Run The City Carolina is called MIMOSA, but that Is a misnomer. The correct n Now of
here Is
k he Is much of the tree .ii Allituia fuliliHtsin. South Florida cannot It" the point If pine forest growers or owners
as mystified by all this eagerness as you and I. of Lakeland. Fortunately we got a 'page proof before grow satisfactorily today would woodland
E. A, M. I press time and discovered that the man who set the streamer << but we have a common shade tree closely related Alb b*/ areas patiently proposal that plant .In their
which would'eoncelvablysoon
Ifbbrk." commonly known as WOMAN'S TONCUS Tun. It "loses its leavesin plant MUCH prefers-they
into type made it : "Men Who Ruin The of
------ say City
f y WE BECOME CIVILIZED I Lakeland." winter and b not popular, because for several monthf H is .unsightly have s product which would be more valuable than their
with its clinging clusters of rustling podl! But there whlcvh was thfc"1 by-product, the \tree or the koontle! with It.I
Installation of crossing gates at 4th Street and Akron In a North Carolina weekly, the following boners : area good: maevergreen
Avenue railroad Is species |ill .the A/ttaio/ genus; and here are three that will be leaves and food roots. .
I crossings an of the fact that : "Mrs. Jones had on a punk dress and looked lov e- In 4 to upland
it It Stuart Is becoming civilized. We are protecting human ly In It." tried at the Martin County.Hospit4 OR 6 ysars anyone owning hammock land or any
a 'flife-the most valuable commodity on earth. The town The local! PTA meeting last Wednesday hell at ALBIZZIA PROCERA A forest land could without cultivating or fertilizer expense)
was (Mtmouceoe). tall handsome reaD a became more
.. tropical money crop pf real proportions, U the leaves
the "
should appreciate F.E.C. for these
two gates but Mrs. Harrlman's home. tree the often to 80 feet hieh 'with worth.
/root Philippines greenish white numerous than the demand, then the starch roots would 111
t t Iwe should not stop until some form of protection is mat n"Pete Walker, employe of the Carolina Power and bark and"cluster; of globular, yellowish-whke flowers it the tips of the at least half what people pay today for ahlpped-ln poultry feeds
italned at every crossing in the city and county. Light company was badly shocked Tuesday as the result branches. It hay promise as a timber tree for southern Florida. May .to say nothing of what could be eaten in their homes and fed
I There are still 4 unguarded crossings in the city, one Of coming contact with a live wife." lose ill leave In a protracted dry spell. to other stock ..
a e' ..downtown opposite Stuart Feed Store!!, two in colored town, In another country weekly appeared the following ADINOCEPIIALA. .
( ALBTCZIA :This Costs Rican tree )to 60 feet f fhas Whether. It Would work would depend upon the raiser merely
J and the Old Dixie crossing leading Eldorado Heights, Item : "Mrs. Sam Tillington fell out'of the swing Thursday a toiVs&aighl trunk and long spreading; branches high up. The adopting the habit of spreading the seeds bsoadiast in the ?wood
a In addition, there is the crossing leading Gulf] Oil Steel and hurt herself the back "
on porch.
"rather large dark evergreen leaves make this a promising' shade tree once each year, and harvesting the jnal pon-seed &* **
i Boats and Stuart Marine across the river, and a private But it doesn't behoove one newspaper to poke fun at for South Florida. Ing plants. (In mainly that even,
a the root become hug
rowing about one eighth mile north. Flashing' lights another about these things. Each gets some dirt on its face ALBIZZIA SP. No. 1028.. This, evergreen tree 'from the South, the female plants fern dent yean grotrfaat. M"would. have to b* harvested
hould be installed at all of these. occasionally., It's entirely possible that some boners have Pacific WM" raised from seed sent in by Contain Ross Parker It looks also.) have a row 01
| from
i The county situation U still bad! Protective devices got by.in this very issue of the Ledger! aa if it would make a particularly fine shade,tree far South Florida. plant thirty feet sees f,ton' Pf J po** token. '
r being installed at Salerno also : long. > \\i
re ; they are needed badly '
L ----- ----- ---- -E.A.M. I would greatly reclgbihaarglg reaction Is
w w1i$ .
at> Hobe Sound and Jensen Beach. THE LAST WORD '
One serious accident anywhere in the county-would A reporter who had covered the death of a wealthy "There I Is.a\rib. fjj'Afriu which limits orators'to Just this plan data anywhere Anything will to I 'eon,a ttMJtj.n*> l(.rtl...ts W JsjroducUor.0wn )locality ofJII!of,
highlight' the need for complete protection; .l.Iif,. don'ttop man returned to his office and turned In III.) .
an expense account :- what time they can stand on one foot And they call Africa Stuart an almost Meal 1 lee iMr tot ........,'
till we get it. School buses travel the roads, too and that was carefully itemized and quite fabulous Thecity the 'Dark Continent'-The Montrose (Pa.) Independent. With, best ruarts. I .beg t* NBA**,
lespite every precaution, human frailty is such that the1st editor, after looking it over handed It back. "If this "Business letters like.other letters. will answer themselves [
protection/ Is to establish the minimum of risk. IK the will" he said, "it's worth a story" --e Harold Heifer if Jeft alone for a few. ""Ie.."Eastern Colo..' Plainsman ,}pars.vr7.trat77.1lrAOre WA>RBI- 'J.WJUWIIIPN.; > I
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That'a.7ng.ciyjlized. In Your ,
Life. ,.Hugo, Colo. r : t "

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SUIT MODELED HOUSE QUASHES to meet Its obligation. should HIGHWAY BILL OFFERED ". .1/ \\I t ''i i

icr Vacatkmists Fate High Prices, Short LegislatorsVote GOVERNOR'S VETO not be Impaired by elimination', Tallahassee r (OP) Rep D 1\ I ',
of another revenue source It Saunders of St. Lucle CountyI \ I
Demand Exceeds Broader Rep Archie Clement of Plnel-, Introduced a bill designating I'!, I
House I
[ Tallahassee.-.UP-Jrhe) .
ilities as Supply U overrode Oov Millard Caldwcll las declared the measure was[as a state road a highway' running J I
"the only bill giving counties and from the Intersection of ) :I I

New York June 12-4'l--So the travel folk advise" -prompt;;; Bribery Law and veto counties of a bill title which to Murphy give cities Act cities some relief," and appealedfor I Midway Road and .V'aU. toga w,, qb

STOPS you're planning that vacation, action on reservations, whether lands which have reverted to Its passage over Caldwell Conner Highway I
L6 back to old-time haunts or to you want to hibernate for that veto, and Martin Counties. I
: '
the State for non-payment of ,... _.... r,i :; j,
tarot horizons __ --- rt- -
Well here the precious fortnight or gof roaming Tallahassee, June 13 (Pi/ .... .
word from travel agencies and by bus,.train, plane or auto 4 M The Legislature enaced a bill extending .c. I
: The title would receive titleto
retort Even this In the +
early season Florida blrbery law to 1 +
Prices are high, facilities F land within their boundariesand
are many popular resorts around cover attempts to Influence
Moll....T.I,no _.-..... abort and the demand far, far the land repprt full bookings for legislative attaches and Candidates counties would take title to

exceed the supply Uniformly, the entire summer, Last-mlnut- : a* well as member. area outside municipalities
------ era are going to find themselveswith The measure was passed by The veto was overridden by a

no place to go Those with both branches without a dissentIng 81 to 20 vote.Caldwell ,
small and Inflexible vacation vote.The ;
"JOE" said In his veto message -
budget are going to see a world e 1 bill was recommended by that a statement In the bill FEHDERSEJffi i
practically bounded by their own Fk the special Leon, County grand declaring counties have receivedno I '

MOSLEYPLUMBING backyards. Jury which Indicted Bernie C benefit from Murphy land A
i More than $70000000 a day Papy on two charges of attempting sales was Inaccurate because Th. 1 l

will be spent by American on to bribe members! of the county school funds have re. PermanentAsbestos, ssv9/t/ ; Y
vacation during June, July and Legislature but said it found no
celved some $18,000000 a year UNDERCAR COATING
August, according to an estimate law to cover two other alleged<< from the State general revenue og r ?

BEING CONTRACTING, made by Holiday magazineafter offenses. fynd to which Murphy Act sales $PIAT v k

PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE; a survey of the vacation A : 4 The grand jury reported have contributed $4,000. ,000. since Keep that new car "new", 14 ; .1 I
ALL WORK GUARANTEED Industry. Sixty-two percent of 'r Speaker Thomas D Bcasley had
those questioned plan to travelIn testified that before he was re- 1939 and give the old car "new" 1' 4

Phone 308 the United State; 33 per elected to the Legislature but WIDE REVENUE GAP. 7 t k
cent In foreign countries,, and [after he had been unofficially quietness, with AmoiproAibeiloi =.-.d i
,------ 6 percent are undecided. Canada MARGUERITE,CHAPMANA designated as Speaker for 1947 He added that the legislature
and Latin-America will get the he, was offered $5,000 to name already has created a wide gap Finders.aI, the 1
bulk of travel outside the United novel midriff style play suit Papy chairman of the 1947 Com- between State reevnuo and obi
Tile and
Room with b modekdby better undercoaler.
ath Asphalt pottery design car
States., the Pacific State the mittee on Public Amusements, llgatlons and "the State abilityFOR _
Miss Chapman, Hollywood
Abo Supply of Belgian Tile In Various ,colors largest portion ((32 per centre) film actress.of which customarily conslderers
carbon mcnoxid. .
those who plan domestic vacation bills pertaining to racing and) Guard against infiltration of i
/4 and CommercialINSTALLATIONS
: gambling
and SALES *. I' The grand Jury also said DAD gal and Insulate against heat and cold from

Tile Baths Dr inbo rd. Porches of 1500 For Two Weeks' the 'American Society of Dewey Hooten, House engrossing 10
Quarry Tile Miss Margaret Cone director Travel Agent, said all popular clerk had testified Pap pavem nll. Eliminate rust, road noises and
of a large travel agency, reports, pre-war resorts from Lake IOOK'UPON us AS +
| FORT PIERCE TILE CONSTRUCTION CO. an avalanche of travel Interest,; Louise of Canadt to the Great offered him $100 to help defeat body rumble.It's .
the bill designed to curb race
with a considerable number of Smokies are open and proclaiming HEADQUAITERS foreuttONi
E. bookmaking at this session
HOWLETT Inquiries prepared to spend a-' their attractions to the
of \
Neither of those alleged bribe attempts all done by one application Amaspra
bout $500 a person for a two- world.
laBojim Phone 117 leg N Wh Si. Fort PierceLUMBER was a violation of Flor I ,t .
week Jaunt. Interest In plane "Nobody Is expanding he ida law, the grand Jury found! Asbestos Fenderseal-the car insurance of longer o y ., ,
travel U"up 80 cent for the
per said. "Building costs are too
It Indicted of
Papy on charges
summer months, she said. Lot automobile life and comfort. s { .
high and seasons are too short attempting to bribe Reps J. B riding
of people want to take cruises We are trying to handle the demand Odham of SemInole County and t !
but shipping space Is short by persuading people to Clarence Camp, Jr. of Marion Protect the life, durability And serviceability of
Train travel Is popular, but the underneath surface coated with
spread the usual Vacation mon- County to vote against the bill your car by
summer reservation now are ths from May through October --- --- Amaspre Fenderseal to prevent the rust that works ptr + '
hard to get even though war-, Instead of all trying to crowd TRUMAN TO SPEAK up through the metal itself-breaking and loosening ( "

f and crowded condition no longer Into July and August President Truman will speakat paint on the surfaces When this loosening is once 1
prevail There Js also plenty of Card the attacks from all sides and continues '
Main Drawing the opening session of the started- rust p
Interest In bus travel,The resorts '
BuildingMaterials themselves aren't too InterestedIn A number pf State*'are promoting action program group of the In its destructive work every hour of the day, '
to President Highway Safety Conference I
the private auto trade because their vacatlonlands RUST and its metal destroying; elements la causedby .
June 18, the White
the tune of many advertising
they like vacationer who stay dollars Maine, whose emphasis House has announced. PlNI Blush, mud and water on the highway that are

put and spend money in one .la on an Island, "Mount Desert CIIAI.I' flushed under splashing pressure against the underneath -
;rtbn ; i
place on which afe' situated the resorts trips out of Southern surfaces, penetrating into cracks, crevices and ij; '
'more plentiful Fred Diets, executive director ports, cargo-boat trips to Havana CHAIH'
are } of Bar Harbor and Acadia Nat- 015 other defects in the metal The constant pounding of I

ional Parka, Is a national draw. Haiti or Honduras out of SING Dust, Sand and Gravel that acts as a "Sand Blast,"

We May Have What You NeedFor WE BUY ,Junk Ing card. Arizona Is telling people New from Orleans Cincinnati: Ohio to Chattanoogaor River boat on the metal surfaces not Only destroying ordinary ; I Ir

That New Horn Be Sure to See U. that It Is cool In the mountains Charleston, excellent hotel (f-1'i.r; ; all r,fraternal: orders and paint but actually grinding and pounding minute ,/
wrecked In summer Miami has resumed -
cars, scrap accommodations In any of the holes into\ the metal.FENDERSEAL r '{ y
Its prewar campaign to civic club with local lodges or
AL SHRIGLEY, Mtr. and brass popular resort places from Atlantic 0 M
copper sell Itself as a hot-weather paradise is-a plastic coating of leather-like k
City to Santa Barbara brancKetJ toughness that protects the underneath surfaces-just
Lumber SISCO'SAUTO For *300 to Ber-
East -plane
[ Coast '
At New York City's recent tra- muda or Havana from New York; we feaiure'outhorltolive'Irons as armor plate protects a battleship. 4
PARTS vel show, which heralded the r.nj., in ZarnlU
conducted tour of the Great hard-enameled If indented Having your CAR see Ralph e ,
tourist-Joy at spots from Australia & Russell at the Sunoco Service Station Fed. III-way and Sec-
Smokies, comfortable accommodations '
& Supply Co. South Dixie Pierce HighwayFort agencies to admitted Haiti and frankly, Holland that, at top-flight) resorts, temblems In 10K and UK gold.1' ond Street, Stuart. i t !4;

'National tour Yellowstone
cost were out of line with parka ( '085SILICTIONLaPOINTE'S One Application Guaranteed For The Life of Your Car I ++ '
hone 22 Stuart, Florida; Phone 129 pocketbooks. Some travel agents, Yosemite Bryce and ZIon "AU.tO are
are the most popular) bus or
like' Mrs Thomas (LarkIn say
.... train to Montreal or Quebec
that the past winter season In .
from Chalcago east f
the South resulted In dark-hued

You Can Now BuyVENETIAN hand-writing on the'wall Nova For Scotia$200-,bus West trip Virginia through or The Sunoco Station t ,
Free Spending Over
Imported and Costume 'i
the Smokies from Chicago east;
"The era of blackmarket
BLINDS resorts of the less expensive type I
I "
spending definitely over,, Mrs. Jewelry
and near home (out of Chicagoto :
Larkin said "Two seasons ago In 2nd St. Fed Hi-Way Stuart I I Ii
TERMS Minnesota lakes, for Instance Fla. JI'I '
ON CONVENIENT BUDGET Miami people were throwing ,) Victory Arcade Stuart I ,.1 ]

$1000 bill around and buyingup
Our Sn.. QuHlf For $100 visit friends,
O t Tee On lllr CUSTOM SUILTTRASO carryIng -
all the deluxe trips we could
__- + TO rrr P O G O adequate gifts I
Last season there wasa .,
VENETIAN BLINDS Or, bask on your local muni-
very definite lighting of purse
cipal beach; picnic fit the side
T and
string people were actually
CALL 225
of the road, forgo vacation
1 LET ONE OF OUR REPRESENTATIVES- asking what they'd get for their and save for 1948 ,
your money
money" Generally speaking,
MEASURE YOUR WINDOWS AND TELL YOU' JUST when prjce may be lower. +
there nothing new under the
resort sun. Easterner still planto -
DRAMATICALLYw You Can Purchase Direct From FactoryMANUFACTURING pile Into the CaUkllls the

._.....4.k...*tMrti I".*"a'.tenrnft.., ,...ta. mr Our TD.A a70 s'h ML 0/. Orrn A_ CO. Green Poconos mountains.and New England REALESTATE
hull VwllM Blind.. u I I A.rte r.rktafFORT Midwesterners will
:: r+ /d. .- .. r.t PIERCE,
'sbbeL. ,,:""..k Yova -. 0....., PRONE 225 FLORIDAr.. o. BOX m their Minnesota Michigan lakes, and Wisconsin rivers and and .

some of them will travel to both

Western and Eastern coast spots

Cape Cod, for example! has become -

particularly popular with ri to
residents around St. Louis. Pacific Properties of all kinds
Coasters continue to prefer ; f.'
THANKS their own environs,some of them for sale.Also .

trekking north to British Columbia -

Here are a few suggest rentals and intur.ance .
Ions culled .from a number of \ .

travel and vacation sources, on .,
We wish to thank,'our friends, customers and! the gen what you can do for a price for F K KtI

two weeks. Where preliminarytrain ,

travel Is indicated. ......... ..
eral in the opening -- '
public. for, theirsplendid, response Suggestions Made Edward MappRealtor '''J"'' '-

For $500 a too-splashy
of transcontinental tour, a trip to /
our s
Mexico, rjuatemala, or the Can
adian Rockies for easterners and
to New England, the Smokies or P. O, Arcade Bldg.

historic Virginia for westerners; Phone 19'QUALITY -
NEW.\.MAC STORE cruises to the Caribbean with

modest accommodations:
', \ I For MOO-shortler cruises, like Ji JtrHIHTtH y F

'We have confidence in the future of Stuart and Martin I "

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'County arid'your' .response", to our opening shows this 1 WIIR(JWH I f IIOMlI V

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'community merits such confidence., : Our policy always TM,.IM....mjoy"tMwtiUt_ ,,,," x

.. : \\1.1.I, ,; ,. LAUNDRY SERVICE''Phone tllil !. year 1I.la.l ....silk. .. Mile In.'Tk EASY DOES Ill

is to give the'public> best }jn merchandise at the I low- _lli+g Ww. .( _olio| dr .b lieenrol.

r : ;; I ': "< .''a d,.ea yea__1hNa..d"........
eat posiblecost.* ,: '287 WIA eee Iee fees,"'.tol.lr'. -.pd yea. s Cris s.3 av' ,

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WE, PICK UP AND DELIVER Till Ilietllcil h.11I1I1 Bill III s --
Again Let,IJa Say, c:
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Your Money ,Gladly Refunded ruii11 re' 411R' 4t1UTf, : = '
nisi hM ft* i. Rse
W.W.MAC, ,CO.: 'i:: _.1 b e Coik Mtaf IIWH.nm .

PEOPLE'S LAUNDRY in,-n mw "BJCTIM ..vatr CMUM".mvar armuieew,vd .b

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''Ir I CELL BAKING PLANT ager of the Bell Bakeries plant': I HITS LYNCH TRIALSYLVAIN'J. tiiimiiiiumiiiiMiiii iiiimiimimnii IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1Il1I1I1 i additional security bt Ih\i

\ '1, \ GETS<: NEW MANAGER; here succeeding Charles DeAr- Pros and Cons on Sales Tax} .1 Not&5 of Interest t' To Veterans: does willing not to object give It.Q ,.lilt

v'I Fort' Pierce W, Albert gentage resigned 'who has been
t.1 f Adams, manager of the plant for 'the T. A. Contact. Officer ._
formerly of Winston. Will Be Discussed for Years George H. Moore lam a widow! M
1 Salem, N. C. .U the new man post two.years. At office of H. Lowery, Fort Pierce Headquarters War II veteran and n
( "K B. R': Fuller, Bell's regional 105 Atlantic AvelimilMIIMIIIMIIIIIIWMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIII wept
: I I 1 to 4 p. m Monday ....... a home. Can I obtain t
+ manager who made the announcement It1111RNIM11111/H11/
111111111111111111111111111 of loan
r of the change, said Because pros and cons on the sales tax issue will be" / a ?
'r ; ; r I Adams has been with the com-j! discussed for years as this State and others seek an Intelligent -'' I A Government guaranteedloan paid, and if Lbs Government A. -No. The prlvllme ki

: m&RED pany for 15 years, 13 years as ;: solution for the difficulties caused by real estate .Is one of the veteran's most pays the ,guaranteed part ot, the ed to veterans of Wong! "s|
4" regional supervisor of produc- I I taxation, The News herewiths prints two views on the tY valuable! benefits A OI loan loan to the lender, you art obligated Q.-Can: obtain 11
41 r. I[subject! The widespread opposition to use of the tales I makes It easier for former to the Government for loan to purchase

\ / /II 1 1 tax in any form la presented by Kenneth Stimmell whilei servicemen to get credit froma that part of the loan. furnishings?

MIX LOYAL ORDER OF :i I The! News follows with a summary attempting{ ", to Show lending institution and at the ...r.--- 4Y-No- ',-

I z ;I" ;}41. CONCRETEREINFORCING STUART MOOSE LOOCI ills I Ihere.la! good as well as bad in the Idea. aW same. time Insure a low Interestrate. Q._I have a' lender who'' will p- clue

I 1 { ;! ..III" ft MEETS*.. *WEDNESDAYS 00 P. M. I AGAINST THE IDEA all chipping--'-st'their'- fair-shareof i Here are the answers to some lend me the money I need, but ROTARY ,
I wants additional security.
veterans ask he
EACH MONTHWoodman of the questions i
\ t I f"1 ( ''t Hall I Taxing the common, nian Is the deal. contact representatives of the Does the law allow.him U ask _aTV.R'.w s. lit
t :' .t STEEL Stuart, Fla. an easy business Any politician' Ws sincerely feller* that manyf Veterans Administration about for security cH sNa-a'a
It think forms of taxes,' % the most "violent opponentsof 1 FRED
\ I I i i can up new loans: I A.-Ves. This it a matter be 'UfFllli,
II ------ this Idea were belpg folded by
; bungler can add to the old. 1
j any I Q: What la meant by a guar tween you and the lender: WhIle' JAMES PEtooss.
their feelings ,rat.her than by a
but Is It altogether wise to have I
; CONCRETE I anty of load under the 01 Bill? the VA does not require that.
I I BLOCKS Fred A. Stafford no other bounds to impositionsthan realistic 1051355oftagta. Y A The guaranty of a loan by --
: I the patience Of those who Merchants who hit out at 1 1 the VA under the provisions of I ,
i I' : ire to bear them? i a gross receipt .Ml might be, I the Servicemen ReadjustmentAct WIVIS AND MOTNISJ Of BaiNKItM. MIX'
I, 'J STEEL & ALUMINUM RegisteredCivil Any politician who has the Interest surprised to find that It would I i is an agreement between a
,I" of the small home owner be much simpler and much less lender of money and VA that in ALCOHOLISMWHITI
; \ WINDOWS EngineerAnd and rent-payer at heart cannot than the combined totals .of event a veteran falls to pay his T.Md e.e w..a If H.ya. ...OosO..
sincerely and consistently urge county and city real estate and loan, the Government will pay WHIT OOSt NOSriTALn
\ a' MASONRY WHITE the substitution of a general personal property taxes which the guaranteed portion of the /.r "Mk0.wa.
PORTLANDCEMENT Land Surveyor Alee tax "Tor real-estate taxes It would replace. loan, un CMrrCAwm*_it. P.eseu5 |,y"
Students of finance are un- As for it being "an Increased .
Stuart, Florida amoui In their opinion that drain on the small man." who 1 Q.-If'I cant-meet payments --::
sales taxes are regressive rather pays the tax now' All mer-
j\\ Phone 748 Fort Pierce Phone Z06.1 -" on my guaranteed loan. Is pay- '
l In their ten- chants In their. .
than progressive figurine overhead _& ment by the Government a gift I LOTS FOR PENSIONERS
i dency and effect. To propose add their present taxes to
LAZARUS to metA.No '
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the substitution of general sales the cost of overhead +- which $50 to $200
payment by the Government ,
\\1 taxes for taxes on real-estate i means that the public pays Superior Judge Lazarus of San of guaranteedloan WATERFRONT PRIVILEGES '
:i at a measure of relief for the :them substitute tax .which F nclsc. told' the ,crowd in your
MACHINE SHOP / Is not a gift It must be re- j t
small Is an Insult to Intelligence was than the present levies, Ms mart rom Ohio ae ultulot Pavement and .lo
,II ..t- and an affront to common. would also be paid bY' the public -, the lynch trial defendants
HEAVY EQUIPMENT! REPAIRING sens*, but at a rate certainly" \ no at Greenville* S, C. .was "an SUGAR. ALLOTMENTSMAY
'4' The enactment of tales taxes greater[ than todays ,Instance ef atrocity and Injustice BE INCREASED
\ Freshwater. Smith Machine Co.
began back during the depression All taxes and all new Ideas deserving the attentionof
Dragline, Bulldozers-Tractors: Electric & Acetylene and were of various types, conceived find! Instinctive antagonism all decent American people -' Householders may get their 0TTOrUBIN
I Welding and accepted as measures when they are first\ presented; ," full year's 15- Ound allotment ,
to meet an emergency They were jut analysis of this situation of sugar by August 1, with promise -
I 3Vi Miles South On U. S, No. I Fort Pierce, Fla. Intended In part to replace delinquent brings many merits to light.A of more for the year If the
property taxes and single-tax system aimed at supply situation continues to
I losses sustained by diminished transactions alone would tax End of Search Improve, Hareld Martin Florida
No Job Too No Job Too Small.
Urge revenues from other sources, but the money at Its source without branch director of the U. S De-

\ .. primarily as unemployment relief hardship to anyone. It would partment of Agricultures sugar The'
I See
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r For Hardier
No such emergency exists end the evil of loss of property rationing administration announced
now. There are Jobs for those every generation, and the wiping in Miami this week
I LIST your Rooms, Apartments and Rental who want to work, tax delinquencies out of savings As for It Increasing Martin said SRA action was
Homes with us. are low, revenues are costs to renters, one of Tomato Nears taken in a move to accelerate NQRGE-
high No new taxes are needed. the allegations above, t.hat'll home canning and to prevent
L. FULFORD i id'eo All that is needed to provide ridiculous on Its face, becauseI ,(Kiiuiinmr. *,4A aseU<) possible loss of early berry and

ample funds Is an honest and I per cent of gross Income Is far fruit crops I
\ ( 1.1& Intelligent\ effort towards fair less than the 20 to 30 'i'8t cent An exhaustive search for ahardier Though SRA previously had Before You Bui
I : BUYING: : SELLING: RENTING and uniform assessments, firm of Income which Is the averageon tomato' Is 'nearlng ,its announced advancement of theJuly i
II'' PHOiriUMANAGEMENT) : collections and economy and rental properties today. end 1 validation I date on Stamp
\ I. '. : Write 1'. O. Box No 4 efficiency In governmental op- The Legislature adjourned Scientists at the State's vege- No 12 110 pounds) to next Sun I Refrigerators'-Washers
i 321 North Colorado" Avenue erations.In without la any way beginning table crops laboratory at Manatee day, it quickly moved the date
1'hono I Florida with the no Income to meet Its tax responsibilities hope their long breeding pro- up a second time to May 26
:3J7 tax provision In Its constitution 'It is quite possible that a single ject will result |In a tomato which., Spare Stamp :No 53 (five Ibs) Gas STOVES Elec.
Stuart Florid I -
a' sales tax 'Is both sales tax, equitably leviedwithall will add millions of dollars to was validated Jan 1 and expired I
un-economic and unjust. It violates -* other taxes eliminated the pockets ot Florida tomato March 31, Stamp No 11 (110
the principle of ability to ; might have veered Florida from growers annually. Ibs) was validated April i and '
I ATBartlett
f pay." It falls hardest on the i a money crisis which''will certainly Dr Jf R. :Beckenback, hortlr expires Oct SI Stamp No 12
: COMMERCIAL and AERIAL poorer classes who must spend affect the State in the culturlst In charge! of tie labor also will be good until Oct: sl.I I j
1 I their entire earnings on the next two years It is ridiculousto atory, a branch ef f the University Still another 10-lb.. stamp will Bros.
"t'' actual cost of living ordinary pass ambitious legislation requiring of Florida agricultural experiment be validated not later,than Aug
PHOTOS I requirements of living, while millions In extra funds- station, said he hoped 1, Martin said.REQUIREMENTS.

) 't PHOTOGRAPHS WILL HELP YOU MAKE THAT those witha greater means; and do nothing about securingthe within a year or two to have a 317 OSCEOLA AVE. PHONE 2W
I spends but a progressively smaller funds. strain which at least will equal MET
I' t ; SALE I percent of their Income End present commercial type tomatoes Tallahassee, June ,12 The Sell The Best" "W Servic. The Reit"
; PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE GUARANTEED : can put the rest away In further CITRUS GROWERS HIT In yield and taste and' will newly-passed law to put all hospitals '
t accumulation of properties COSTS OF ADVERTISING, have the advantage',of {being In Florida under the regulation
\ TROPICAL PHOTO SHOP : Thus the standard of living of hardier. of the State Board of -
the small man Is further reduced I ORLANDO, June 12-FNS-( ) ,The laboratory, has worked on Health If they' receive Federalaid llllllllllinillllllllHIIIIIIIUIIIIIUIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIimilllHIIIIMHHHI !

Krueger Bldg. Next To Western Union to the extent of the tax per.centage Dissatisfied with the manner In this project for six years and meets the requIrements of I delicious flakeysnowwhite
while that of the I which the Federal
advertising money Is being after thousands of experiments act. Attorney Genera -
wealthy man remains virtually: spent, several citrus growersare has narrowed its field to eight J, Torn Watson has advised. | !
1 unchanged. Taxation should be demanding that the practiceof lines of tomatoes. '"' *
) based on receipts, not spend-, using costly space In magazine I Some have yielded better In MAY QUEEN
: Ings; and should It ever occur sections, national magazines I tests than the commercial lines, 1 AL AR' COTTAGE CHEESE \
\ ; Your idle that the poor of this state are and Sunday supplementsbe I none of which was developed
I Is ASummertime i
money made to pay this unjust tax on cut down and that more black especially with Florida conditions '
I I sales which take their all they and white newspaper advertisements I In mind, he said -4e.r I Natural !II !
(through numerical strength will on grocery pages be used "If ,we find hardier tomatoes g
L II Can earn change the constitution and together with spot radio with only a t per cent better I How they go for that fluffy, billowy Altar
force the favored few to pay a The demand for a change In yield than .purrent types It will Cottage Cheese. Nourishing, satisfying, and
I. It 1//' graduated tax on their Income advertising policy on the partof mean millions of dollars to the s
t as In' most other states today. the Florida Citrus Commission tomato deal." Dr. Beckenbacksaid easy to.prepare, it's a surefire hit with every-
: ;, 210 A sales tax reduces real wages, was first voiced by a repre- "but even If It should only = one. '

\ diminishes purchasing power sentative of United Growers and equal them. It would be worth I Chock-full'c protein Low in fat

I ''j and puts a brake upon Industrial Shippers and other groups are all the research because of the : content, a favorite with.waist )line
: : Per Annum activities and business revival -
backing up this demand. savings in years when disease i
I h You can take a sheep to was bad"
I t I
OnInsured be sheared, but It does not pay POMPANO MARKET
i.1 Savings to skin the sheep. HAS GOOD SEASON watchers.LF'A
1 1 { :' Accounts FOR SINGLE TAX POMPANO June U-(FNSJ-) 1 -
tI,. \ The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corpora- It appears to us that an Intelligently The State Farmer Market here POPULATION.,9RO ,
I administered and closed its 12 FN3))....At ':' It- -A
t tion insures individual accounts to 5000. Husband eighth and most successful Melbourne June < \|
''I\, fairly-leveled transactions tax season last week having a celebration marking the completion 7175's
and wife may have total of 115,000, fully insured. 456 flamingo brlve' phone
First Federal savings accounts are legal investments
I 1A':' Craryj had many merits which bushels of produce since It open- 000.000 causeway over the Indian WEST PALJ4'' BLACK
for Trust Funds well Funds held Guardians 8
as as by have been overlooked In the natural ed last Nov 1. River McGregor Smith president
J ,Administrators! and Executors. antagonism of merchants J. L. Warren, market manager of the Florida Power and ii miiiiiiiiiinmiiiimMiMiiiminiiiniiiiiiinmimniiiHiinMiiiHHNt iiiiiwr
and the public to "an additional estimates that about $l2e Light Company, speaker for the
I Call or Write tax. 500000 has been realized: from I occasion, predicted the territory LISTEN TO
1 The News violently opposed any the sale of vegetables through served by his company will havea VIRGiNiA WR Gi
\ additional sales tax but, in this market during the past seven i population of 1450000 In 1951 I."Glnny," athlete and Pa ll
: FIRST FEDERAL common with-909-: more Florida months approximately $1-: compared with about 150.000 to figure, was named as T-1 1bt/UiIM
newspaper publishers who gave SOD.000 more than last season. : day. University's May
\ serious study to the situation .
( ', Savings and Loan Association we favored the revolutionary ,.

of Indian River County new idea of a single transaction
tax replacing all other taxes 54c_ .
6 VfcRO BRACK, FLORIDA This form of taxation if It .

J 1612-20th 1 Street Dial,2137 was held to, would result In all JEEPS'
t who now pay taxes paying less,
il i R. W. Scdgwick, SecretaryTreasurerMember and In many who pay no taxes at ,

.l :' Member Federal Home Loan Bank and Federal Every

t .( Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. tlon for southern plants De- 2-1942 MODEL FORD JEEPS. Mon.. Wed.. FrL.

,14 Current dividend rate. Argentage has not announced 9145A.8

his plans
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STVDENT BIG ,AT'fENDANCZDVI 'FOREST I PROTECTION WORTHWHILE feel) safe only If they have representation t MARKETS REPORT t grand total of $187.607.010, which I

I RIBBON I TAIJ..A.HAsSu. June la-Pllnl 'City RainfallAbove ,on the board U giving SALES OF gseeeosJacksonville I pushed Its spring !season totalto +

8 Kraft, Jr., ton of '.art being made at the State it to them through their June 11 Gross tl.168.10UO, I
mss H.S. Kraft of County Commission li to cumbersome i 4I
Ave, wai' awarded University lot a recordbreaking Normal, sales of produce on two Florida
II GROWTANNUALLY the least that should
If merit ribbon at the I attendance during the summer WOODS Slate Markets luring the last I /I It
Mof, Jacksonville,. It be done 1 11 to expand the boardto a av
totaled almost
weekly report period -
un0e4 by Mai peWIttluperlntendent. session, according to PresJ- If the first five months of 11 members on* from each I

dent. Doak 8, Campbell_ 1847.can be considered as any 10,500.00$. county, with nominations to be $400,ooo, and the marketing I II1ve
of vegetables, poultry products
Indication of what' to' come, made by the County Commissions ,
this will be the rainiest 13 lock and a variety ,of additional -
Invite YourJFriendi, Toddard's months Stuart has experienced or by Tote of the people.It Items through others of
recent years. is hard to (rind fault with
i.n the 27 active sales centers in
of May 31 U 8. weather that solution and It was hoped the State system boosted the

Restaurant observer John N. Mann had recorded that it would be adopted aa a grand total substantially, reports -
18.33 Inches here this
compromise in case administra available this week end '
; -
year mal which for the Is far above and the nor-. $ 3 500, 000. tlon pressure proved sufficientto : revealed. ABSTRACTS r -
Frazier Creek Bridge mar.thj1.n block adoption of the House Showers In the St. -Lucle t
,1; South of on U. S. 1 4ft' Inches greater than at ,TAX AND TITLE
bill transferring authority to the i County area a week ago hasten- INVESTIGATIONSESCROWS ',
this time In 1948 when
for the rains counties That would not end all c4 the. close-out of operations
also topped the normal.' The that i but It would give all taxpayer a there' and Manager .... E. Williams TITLE INSURANCE

Good HomeCooked Meal five months in 43 produced less voice in decisions through representatives of the Fort Pierce market FLORIDA i
than t inched only 188 Inches
of,their own choosing reported the season Is practically '
fell during that period in 1944 r
at end, The ABSTRACT CO.
an Fort Pierce
and only 4.84 In 1945. 1 a
ROTARIANS CONVENE market however handled a '
1 1y
JNDAY SPECIALAST March More and rain April,fell than here during during San Francisco, June U'-With volume of 29,925 packages, moat- I JIM,!KENNEDY...Id.... ',:
ly tomatoes, during the last six- I .. aTuAsr r'LOIlIDA
each, of those months for the an attendance of more than 13-
., day report period, for a cash >
.47miIllon Rotarians and members of '
CHICKEN and DRESSINGOpen last four years combined, Mann'srecords .t I
) show, acres 14 million acresProtected their families from 70 different

Not Protected counties of Europe, Asia, Africa,
7 A. M. to 8 P. M. Daily
CRARY BOYS EARN the Island' of,the Paclfl and TILTON'S SUNDRIES' ;
North and South America, the ;
ACADEMIC HONORS This chart shows that it pays to protect the woods of Florida.
38th annual convention of Rotary -
..4..'...._ Evans Crari."Jr., and William Proteeted forests grow six times more.an acre. annually International which convened DRUG SUNDRIES OSMETICS" w
F. Crary, sons of State Senator here Sunday will,!end! tonight '
and Mrs Evans Crary, won first SUN TAN OIL SUN SIIADKS SUN GLASSES a ;

Rom where I sit .-4j, Joe MarshHere's academic honors in the Upper Glades Board Asks PardonIn f ,CANDIES TOBACCOS JEWELRY j ', I'

School of the Bqlles School In CONTACT SUGGESTED
Jacksonville for the 8th month SODA FOUNTAIN ,
Both boys also won an Acade- Face, of Bill to Abolish It Members of the new Civilian '
to mic merit ribbon and a conduct Volunteer Naval Reserve who SODAS ICE CREAM SANDWICHES' at'

merit ribbon while Evans Jrwas --'" are Interested In obtaining a NEWSPAPERS MAGAZINES 1 "

I ,,the Women-Folk! also awarded a Naval meritribbon. t (Fort Myers News-Press) deal Making more of the same drill-pa/ status with one of the ,

These announcementswere Bringing them to the point of legal. ,When the district was organized reserve component) i'i,
State Florida '
throughout the of
made by maj DeWitt E, hollering, <'Uncle!" ,- as they reorganized under Governor Holland
'us UM it the h..dln.r comfortable but too worn chair Hooker, superintendent of the did In the face of.t -FhJl'lda and Its debt scaled downto should contact the reserve,unil

,...'. Column" In nj paper that we can't bear to throw away. school,' House 'vote to ,throw them out a point where It could be with which they wish to become -

des From where I sit, those llttltlmiik : of office -,- ls hardly sufficient paid off, certain stipulationswere affiliated Immediately.! FUGATE and GREENLEES

the roars have satisfactions become more and COUNTY'S ORANGE chastisement for the,sins of the made as to the manner In CEMETERY NAMED
CROP 41at IN S. Drainage Board. In which taxes were to be levied SITES ,
Keepers of the lame ,. more Important In this world of U. Everglades h 1
strife : '" effect they are saying they are and used First of all there wasa Atlanta, June 12 Locationsof
MiytoMtwhUltmnnat and chang Smoke rings Thirty Florida. ; counties Engineering, Surveying, Blue Prints ;,
are ,
urlingfrom s mellowpiposgla.indlt .. sorry and wont) do It any more debt fund levy for the retirement 14 permanent American military dp +
fithenameonthehearth, ; among the 50 leading orange- That may or may not be true, of the refunding bonds cemeteries and four na-
In the window, or ; a comfortable chair bang growing counties In the United It Is'a common plea of those which discharged an RFC loan. tional cemeteries which tiles War Estimates Submitted on Request
of warmth that sur-. {on' the tire. And I'd like to saluteshone Statea, according to figures from
who get caught up with but on When prosperous condltofis In Department plans to establish as +b
t the houiewivei-"keeper of the the 1945 Census of Agriculture matter how emphatic their the district caused the yield final resting places overseas for! +, '
.....who are guardians S -whore tolerance and un- issued by Director J. C. capt. pledge to walk the straight and from this levy tq exceed the members of the armed forces i

toots", we cherloh' about tending helpi preserve theme Bureau of the Census,.Depart- narrow there Is always a suspicion estimated annual return, the who died during\ World War II PHONE 311 I? ,',I Ir.

r.-.... are tolerant of ment of Commerce that what they tried to board tried to divert the "sur outside the continental limits of f
thirst; the rings s clue These 30 Florida counties reported get away with once may be attempted plus" Into operations for which the United States. If next of kin i
table the 'c90e 15.439,655 orange trees of again when the out- the law requires other means of requests burial to be made overseas '
cue ban on ; or all ages Jan 1, 1945. This was look Is more favorable. financing. was announced today InI ...

998 percent of Florida 15,502,- The Everglades board stands This had not gone very far War Department despal.elto t
C..41947.. Jall"Scam Bmtwn foaadatiosGOOD 216 orange trees of all age and convicted of violating a' trust when "word of It leaked out and the General Depot here. The American Oil Compdny I

40 percent' of the nation's 38850840 ,- and then seeking to slip over a It appeared that the legality of

diversion would be challenged. Athletes Foot Itch

nationally Martin County with 64,297 ranks', ,orange 41st BRiTISH ACTRESS Whereupon representations the which board, did,under not Not Hard To Kill. Announces II .

trees of all ages as of Jan 1,j -.r.... fully taxpayers as d

FOOD 1945 oar what was up, had a series of If.not,. 1K-OU.ptawtt a your el J(ne) bark fmrkMnUln at any true< THE EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORSHIP FROM ; w'' ii j !

FIRST CLASS FINISHES 1 bills presented which would 10% .1o I *|,I. IT PFNKTHATK8kwhn : MAINE TO FLORIDA FOR I
amend the Holland reorganisation OKK ..,.n. to Kll.L, th. lick,
Gainesville June 13:-At I its l. eo11Y At
YOU WILL RECOGNIZE THE law so as to permit tapping STUART DRUG STORE r
13th annual Commencement of ,the bond fund for maintenance .
SUPERB TOUCH IN EVERY ONE here recently, the P. K. Yonge workMeanwhile, SER VEL
Laboratory School of the University -
there 'apparently Four
OF OUR DISHES of Florida graduated the Mother of
being no specific: prohibition of '
first class to attend from kinder
Lost 45 Pounds
the action, the board sold some

OUR Thirty garten through diplomas the were 12th awarded grade, of Its land, an asset pledged as -r i J&yUiUL Kerosene
CHEF security for the bonds, and used RefrigeratorsAVAILABLE
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A LOCAL LADY SPIT the proceeds for Improvements ] Slender
i I ,
which the law says should be
Prepare our dishes in the moat UP ACID LIQUIDS FOR
EATING a tax not on, the t>": Jf Graceful NOW LOCALLY
appetizing and nourishing manner 1 I whole but against onlythe M1 Figure THROUGH feel i

Fon hours after every meal, a J I property benefited. 900e Free.40u14 '
OUR MENU, is (replete with warm Local lady used, to spit'' up a 'After the fuss that has been B- Mra.Der.thy '

mixed raised It Is pretty certain that ..., 'F
weather dishes. strong, acidulous liquid aeso Size JHLJ Inoelll. ARLE STUARTMARTIN
to Of half-digested food I the Everglades board will attempt .
with pieces 1 1 merty weI, 170 IM.G
She sayi it was awful At times no further shenanigans and. etdY ..:'t."J eY tan[the ,
she would nearly strangle She ''with the bond fund, However, iced,,"ine "fries h.ve 11.Out uy ""lah'IIt > COUNTY DISTRIBUTOR FOR THE 1 J''

had stomach 'bloat, daily,headaches there are more ways than one : ;and .EEh m.Y not"n. "'A' AMERICAN OIL CO.
err'a I not try the VIM
land belonging h
to skin a cat selling -
I, and constant, Irregular rVwMplfntr.. I" "*tae ouch.*" f
bowel action' Todaythis lady to all the district and ='iS bSSr'V CiAVSniJSSSt.ti : $
cairn her meals and enjoys them. using It for the benefit of only YeN. "*ta M AYOS u d..,*<*! W helpdull ? ,+I
part thereof, being only, one of lM .ppr4tee mUmi it seder to r1 'terNle '
And she says the change la due .No dru '
JtJih jar Nan o'Ood'
them. Having witnessed thewards you weauhtht. f
(! .S INNER-AID. Her food
to taking '
devious methods to get ...tin ra.m :truer.M and other nua.nt., ; ULMER MOTOR CO. "
agrees with her No gas, bloat Try AYUb-'Olen an s as as ieOme
after eating. She around legal restrictions thereIs .oars..1J01I i tai s /
or spitting up PEGGY It rciJ"r emu
CUMMINS naturally a suspicion/ that u
of headaches now,
and bowels 'are regular, thanks Miss"Cummins: Yte' actress now constituted five memo STUART FLORIDA 17; ( '
Phone 11
I .. bers appointed by'the Governor
to thin Remarkable 'New Compound from the British] now
.. IN nd a/MbMn-'r'r _
It Is untrustworthy ,
SPOT TO DINE ; making pictures in Hollywood patently -- -, I
INNER-AID contains 12 Great poses In a costume she wears and unrepresentative to boot, ,

1. Air-Conditioned Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear In a forthcoming film.NEw'DARHEAD. six of the \11 counties In the district
: having no members to tell
gas from stomach, act on sluggish
and liver and kidneys Miserablepeople them, whats' going on,.

soon feel; different allover t- _===.::=- To cure this situation, the
Recommended bYDuncan HInes House passed a bill abolish-
: Sd dan't go on suffering) frTuU'I;
Get INNERAIDsold by ail ing the board and transferring
; .
- 1 I l t drug stores. Its policy functions to the 11

County Commissions! In the district 1
However; this bill died In i'E'
the Senate, where It was opposed -

CALL US FOR YOUR ,NEEDS A as going so far In decen- 'i
tralization as to be unworkable. Easy Chairs ((8) streil) \e\ '
Phonal There may be some point to i

that but there is no denying Kitchen Cabinets 1
t that, In view of the reoord, the .
7 3551PAINTS : f 11 counties In the district; cant i

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CEMENT '''!.I\-?. ',- -. '

n BIDING Mrs. O'Bjrne of Brookvllle, Deal Oat Destruction DESKS AND SECRETARIES F

Ind, was elected president Roofs mayBe .
general of UM Daughters of .
the American Revolution
Lobe Sound Lumber & 'Supply Co. .Inc. the erganUatien's annual convention -' Blown Down; '

In Washington Mar Tree. May Crash -MAKE YOUR OWN TERM -

13. Thr agh Windows,
- Roofs and Walls. Ton

: TECTION Have only ONE Then PRO, Against t It's' Easy to Pay the Mather Way t -: : '
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6URANCE, the greatest $5.00 Allowance For, Your Old Mattress In Trade 'For Inner Spring.

'I 1, you* duty by your ,care Give it beauty without, ,mare People BUY In All the
World Whea IT'S ,
I ,) i, judge ty appearance. We have everything you \need to.,, restore NEEDED. Bare leu ? i iy

'r' that brand-new loot to your car, improve. its driving'performance f ; e

". Drive in today: to i .

'WifcEY. ;. '. MOTOR, 'CO. f NOUGR'1, I OF FORT 'PIERCE :

North,Fe d"'a JII.' kMraT. Phone 291 3 eN. 2ND J5TSEET GOOD AND BAD FURNITURE PHONE .M

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i bon Society, "The FlaIl and WIld- price But don't you think that attended Prep school and college as a dining room PROFITS tell what hu III
4 I ; life Service of the Department of during the hot summer months People whom you have met ad-
; t FISHING Interior estimates the total con. I I See Where. that a bottle of Coke or other and made friends with during The Jensen Beach bakery Is 0-..... I

1 tlnental waterfowl population at soft drinks should be sold for the winter season leave, some closed for the summer season, The Jack In the t.y Ii
,JII'\ 54 million. This reveals a dropof by W. II (Bill)) Mitchell Sc? Think of the poor kids who never return and new facet ap- o-o-O help fix u many

/ : ; j IN THE FAMOUS 32 5 per cent from the 80 enjoy) a soft drink but only havea pear on the streets in the fall The greatest trouble with the Jack in the owner; I
: million figure of only one year The trees about town are being nickel 000A middle age is that,that's where -but it doesntNearly i

: J.: I i St. Lucie Regionrut ; ago, and a 588 per cent drop trimmed by Farreos tree o-o--o i fair profit in business Increases it affects you-.In the middle. 0-.....* ...
surgeons What an added improvement 0-0-0
from the 125 million figure three Team work In any business VQiumn/ Let's make the one-thirdol I
this I II to the town.Don't him Advance outing tip:The pro- forest -5
and send
welcome million
years ago customer
"At'the time, the 0-0--0 It tends to make satisfied. per time to change seats in a without
same number success away t
''I" ;" Live bait fishing has been hot; snappers have been caught I by of waterfowl hunters as you think It would be pleasant working conditions. If o.o.o boat'is before you get In from re.orsanlr.ed

,fl I as a firecracker at the Inlet for the bottom fishermen. disclosed by the official figures good advertising for Stuart If you work for an Individual or! A Mew York concern has plact l' 0-0-0 M !
I. the past couple of 'weeks, and I Paul Thompson, I understand of duck stamps sold Is at a new the name Stuart. Fta was painted company work for them 100%" ed In the post office arcade a Business" PROPHETS: tell 'what Nervous people are
, \ J, understand that the snook have has been catching some fine high In excess of two millionan on the water tower located at The greatest satisfaction In life' new automatic machine for tak- going to ..happen Business have to live with nervo J
(t : been striking up the South Fork snook In, the South Fork from Increase of roughly 18 per th.lOuth end of town? The people \Is the feeling that you have ing photographs It Is called al I i"

t' ''I' The Inlet live-baiters have!I the Narrows up, casting intothe cent in one year, and of some pasting through the would not done a good Job I Photomat. You place a quarterIn -
t forget soon, town with
been fishing on the bottom down mangroves, i 300 per cent in 12 years. 0-0-0 the slot and push the lever
''I at the end of the "Sun Parlor"I This column would appreciate "The official figure of kill in Its name on-the-.water tower. Nothing succeeds like success I and look at the panel in, front For

r' 'with live mullet or live shiners your dropping a line of fishing the past hunting season \Is 24 Who say Stuart businessmen 0----0 of you In about a minute your Repair Sprint

,, They made good catches last I I news occasionally 1t or a postcard -, million waterfowl, whereas In are not progressive Just look The jewfish are biting in the picture Is delivered framed I
: Saturday and Sunday afternoons o'telling of unusual catches.1.1I 1934 when Uvre were about one at the number of business establishments St. Lucie riverA I suppose before long Stuart will \

Some used cut mullet I ; quarter as many 'waterfowl hunt being remodeled and 0-6-0 I have-an Automat We are now receiving ,

I' and of course nothing beats I Harry Swlnglchurst who operates -: ers, the official estimator of kill modernized, Then too It shows number of Stuart people are 04---0 hard-to-get items I
The many
'j live shrlmpt( Small live crabs are Sea Horse Tackle 17 million. As
was representative the confidence the businessmenhave planning to vacation In the The new gates at the i
Shop at Rio'
good too dropped in to tell of the Service has publicly stat- mountains of North and South In
;+ In the future of our town. crossings are now operation
me about the .
A number of f_ big mangrove big tackle show at ed that the 1947 count was the 0-0--0 Carolina. These states have some They have the modern automatic .
the St. "
Writers of American Petersburg Outdoor most thorough ever taken and Coleman s Firestone Store expects of the most beautiful scenery warning signals I red lights I
convention! covered' far more territory, It In the United States that flicker and beu.
"The best show I've ever seen." to occupy their new quarters a warning See us for screens, screen doors '
would seem clearly indIcated", In the Pressel building soon 0-0-0 The streets on either side of the ,
fV\ SECONDS said better Harry than the"in New many York respects events said Mr Baker.,"that the Janu- Charles Rue, manager\ busy Too bad Stuart could not have crossing now carry painted window frames, fancy grilled
ary 1935 count 'would have been an Industry or two with a substantial signs doors
TOP Only sad part Is that the manu- these days getting the storeroom warning screen :
UfromFLAT on comparable basis of take In shape payroll. This would help o.o-o ,
To Typewriter Desk facturers promise" us very little larger than that of January 0-0-0 to eliminate Stuart from the list Seymour Gideon Inn at Jen- et"n

II' Art M.col S.cr.tarlalD..k fine relief tackle this shop year. and Harry has a 1947. How Inconsiderate we are at of "seasonable" towns sen Beach has added an addi- .
II II the road \ shopon "The official figures of court times Did you ever stop to thinkof o-o--o tion to their establishment. The '"
and look it over to Jensen sometime Stop when by gunning pressure and kill," add the number of people In our This will be the last columnfor floor space for dancing Is more Mill-Work Handled at All Times
ed Mr. Baker, "alone afford( more community who give their time about t"t months when than doubled. Additional boothsare
you re that
II I, up way than ample Justification for the gratis to help put over a 'worth the writer returns from his vac being Installed to handle the
recommendation of the National ation. But return I will, for I business.
I West Palm Beach while project, only to be subjected Increasing
Fishing Audubon Society that there be have the sand.of Martin CASA LUMBER
Club members to criticism? We all ate too County o-o--o CO
I t'I the tale brought are back by Herb by:! In 1947 a one year' halt In the hasty to criticize It was well In my shoes 'A number of new houses are
Wells kill during 'which time basic revisions put, "If you carry the torchbe 0--0-0: being erected at the south end
who said he Ijo
I 1 ... WITH along In the big lake was wadeleg casting of management and prepared for criticism Stuart Is the spring of the of Jensen Beach The Coach I PHONE 66
NEW black regulation policies be worked o-o .o year always reminds me of the restaurant Is bulling an add!
dragging a bass
... stringer behind him when on he a out and adopted" It Is true that demand creates commencement days when I tion to their building to be used\ 'I

\ FOLD-0-WAY() Typewriter Desks felt a tug and lookmI behind to 1- _... I' \ '-
STUART DAILY NEWS see a man-sized alligator which '
Inc had just bitten off all but the I
L PHONE,300 head of the bass and was com- DOLLARS :Ji1 PATRONIZE :
w -
ing after that and anythingelse 1&r -
handy Herb says Dick Popeup SPENT IN HOME FIRMSOFFERING ,

-- -- --- at Cyprus Gardens never MARTIN COUNTY '
I filmed an aquaplane zooming I MARTIN COUNTY YOU'
over the top of the water any
NOW! Here it a soothing. faster than he made shore i I STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESE'SERVICES, ,',

and effective! treatment lorATHLETE'S
Had an Interesting talk with
Phroney Cleveland the other II -

\ FOOT! day about the scarcity of freshwater .
/ -- --
turtles. The ditches
over I
I t', roa In IlL TlUE IUPI vies In back of Vero Beach which Merriman'iTavern! I THE DUTCH S U N R A Y QUALITY ALTERATIONS HOME BUILDING/
\ I' ** TIE mil win, IEIIUUMI..IHMM -' used to be so full of them are SEAFOODS and See

1-1. p'.pNv ..N..i -Itte .... now practically denuded KITCHEN .
..-.. ]-it kiito. .* nvl" of Its the low price of fur,'. BEE. WINES CIOAMCIGARETTES HOME COOKING JALOUSIES Formerly Conaboon SEWINGHand HIGBEE &
......eei .14th _I'A, ..f..eM said Phroney NEWS PATEM Made Items
-. 3-I. dl..l.e ... ..... ..- ADD BEAUTY. COMFORT AND ALL SEAFOODS IN :Agent forWARREN'S
\ p d.s. e..pm. .$.. M ...... A..,..... r.NI..5 Don't Jump to conclusions; It Scaliest Ice Cream OPEN 7 DAYS I VAI.UE TO YOUR HOME OR SEASON W 0 RTIIAM
made sense and plenty. There BUSINESS BY INSTALLING : LAUNDRY
I r' -., 4Ipeer... Open: t a. m. Till 1J p. m.
-. of .... ........ p..N..Nr. has been practically no market Clotted Sundays A WEEKDELICIOUS SUNRAY SHUTTERS Open 7 am. Till 6 p.m. Bring Your Sewing I
f MI. b.(..., .... ..d M ":.. lows I for coon' possum or wildcathides I FOOD ESTIMATES SUBMITTEDSunray Saturdays 'Till 8 p, m. and Repairs General and Conlractia)
The Nftfti-biliM h ; hili for the past several years I
'I K mt i tfftrtfat The Place Where
..... Ad .... foot it rbtt th.* Ai a result the four-legged critters I JU< 8, Dixie Ill-Way Shutter WE CLOSE WEDNESDAY to +
.... .. diva I P. O. Boa 831
of I ho boodle *" ol Friends Meet" I r
a 1 eke .....M.. '..*. .* t*"tcl" Trww ...bI, have Increased In multitudes Products NOON I I
( bffciMHis P.MK moldf and 'M r wnd \ i! I Krueger Bldg. Rams Bldg. Phone 311 Phone 144-R
fnrui Fresh !
water turtles lay I
thrive on .bee, fen SH hrrcon 1 HI Osceota Ave.Quinn's I w. C ARMOR P 0 BOX ss SOI Akron Ave Phone C* I ,
ptrfpiring: _
fJ ,
-....,, ,if tftttitt helpM .k.. their eggs lathe dry sand alongside "
m P 1 -- -
GUM ......... ..-.)>it..(.. F..i,.her. MIMttrufl the streams and '
.. ,.,, ponds."There's
H>.ndi4MK* work f45t$ .
M RINK' .pait. ..id .Idly, < hardly a turtles nest -
I Helps .....*. Af..ln..t ......."1.. got by for the past several years" I Web Ordway -i I
in. rub with Ncurtbiln he said Store Stuart Jensen Hdwt
.r'J"loot".. ; I
It / ind m help. fwcrvwHpitaful .
md ores,. cut from dvvtlvpumNeunbilm Motors
I k d.N.r.ful to .1! It ld*.itM In closing this week column, I Meats, Groceries Uncle Auto ,Camp SURE
Billy '
II. ,1.d .frethd M ere. I think that all boats going out- AUTHORIZED DEALER POR se'
: And Frozen
I : Foods
; Micky .d MI nut c.. ,itw thorn .
bllMCf, MAT deem,IrBMM. O t side even if Just over the reef Modern TRY THEM THE!
lit tMiijr and .*t how quick I* H fa i should carry $ gallons at least PRODUCE. DRUGS FORD (E.ch.//. .. C, A..oI. ,..._ .Cott.Ce. ,
'I, ,"".eehu.e..Iee..el.ef.,.boo for ..h.. .,..bl.Re.d infnrmatii./ d, At ; of fresh water aboard and some I LENDING NOVELTIES GIFTS SCRVICt .,.4....... .........,/.. : ,......, And Trailer Court ARE MORE THAI
\ ....._.> is. U;. ?>*. Md 1IIt bonlnAiwinii.tVtMt provisions of a type not quickly LIBIlAA"D
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a ( .achim MMC'H Wed WtW -' 'perishable When motors conk Jensen Beach MONTHALL .
: Wflkun bruiu.) Jlthlfif ||r ITNEURA'BALM II CONVENIENCE'
I out can't tell THE
you where NEWS
you'lldrift ...... "... Fw.r Pa.1olo REPAIRSPHONE SUGGEST \
and It pays to be prepared I LIMERICKS BLAIR and BAKER Jensen BeacDocks

r\ I i PHONE 9131-J 9142 Iae.a\;: Taxes ar' high and gettln' no OU Dlite, HI" W., ,.... (.ISS

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"LLI AllIII OIMI COMMON On the bash of Its January :: 1 lower, whats paid out far tax
p, 1001 IYN 1 0" CON1At1t
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{ a I count says John H. Baker ,- - wont buy a new mower 1 I -
.h't President of the National Audu- wouldnt It th'
complain spendln'
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I' wersane. though It makes our Stuart:TaxiSERVICE ,
CONCRETEBLOCKS SPACE -- recovery th' slower) I Seawalls

Waterfront Properties We hav'nt th' price to buy
: sirloin, yet Congress persists Boat Houia
Along the Indian and St. Lucie rivers and Hobe Bound J
AT SMALL COST loantn' out coin; hut they wont
Ocean Fronuwa r cut th' tax that's breakln' our Prompt t Dependable: All Types Of MaraCONCRETE

ITEMS EVERY WEEK backs that ought to be ways Courteous ConatruetioaSE'

: PHONE 300 t a. to ENJOIN Ivan Taylor

I I I. L. DECKER We spend lots a dough
/ / a.PHONE 149TRUEMAN P. O. Bea 474
I FOR tHE AD MAN" solvln1 th' Atom, now halt 104JSUBSCRIBE
I World scared lest one's tossed. .
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I / ia -- -- at 'eml I While -
io .V/-4 4 we paid th' fee, -- -

sLI //CJL they want It Scot Free I say _

1 ;; I'PiTCHFORD'S 0 E A L V* 1PV "Let 'em want '"". and DRAT I

I I T A X I You need a new suit Bill Jones needs a car; but taxed near to Fertilizer .

I .1 CAMP death, cash doesn go far I ,lure makes guy blue, as we WONDER T. One Of The B ed

.+' i wtMa.wer I .rOK RENT 5 E R V 1 (" E TOO JUST WHO REALLY WON TH' LATE!: WAR? TUXEDO Weeklies The U sitIII,
Cottages and Boats FEEDS

WHOLESALE Seafood u< RITAO.: Phone 9154 GENLRALNLIN; [ Or* States




kf I AT COUNTY_ RIDCC 75 125 For On. Dollar JACK MAkTIN.' ... .1 I $3 a year $5 two ;7k"
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COMPLETEElectric I as Moa[ COOK'S LET U S -- -
lion SERVICE 15uMORUUS GI".YourCarorTruck GAMBLE


o roe outs ,AND MECHANICS and :
l n SOUND Pets .f AH" Kh' -
1 .. IJELUI Beer and Soft Drinks .OPEN M HOUR DAILY All Types of *


Z Day Phone 'Little ,1 IH Miles Be of Stuart on I Standard Oil Co. OFFICE SUPPLIES, Electrical Contra *

Kobe Sound 3271 I Federal Ill-Way No. I SUPER ICSVICt STATION The Stuart New

Nile Phone Beauty Shop GULF GASOLINE **""" P L**. Ow"r I. bUnates submltkdt.r
I pj,10 Office
Stuart 185-J HI-w.p Supply Dept. 10' To Large ::
lie' s. AKRON'AVE. .. ,__
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1 Listings of Improved and Unimproved Properties STUARTPAINT CANDY! 'SUNOCO WILSON'S I( FRANK' :HALE Bur 'b. B'

t/I Throughout Martin County CO. HOME MADE f

Bewail Point Kiver-te-KUrer.Properties Pralines .. s Divinites, On the 'Ocean's Edge I' GLE. .t" ( ,
Mexican Creams Martin County Rep AND
and '

Jupiter Island Oceaa-to 8osed Estates BlUe Pnler' r.rMURPHY.' Coconut Butter Crunch Kisses % FENDERSEALUnder SANDWICHESBEER WINES Roof Repairing Kltch.se Appliances Lau.drf.SHEewlsws.IAMS 'eA

t Coating.Cteam BATH 111 So. Color dc''Av.. C.w..t, set oil e
C. .pllueo
DuPONT PRODUCTS Heath's Cleanl.'n'. Phone "9141 and Leave COUrt'"
Year 'RoundJENSEN .
A ....Estate RFRONT JTBOrEKTOS: fatraranee Phone Ulr. 'SWEETS Message CTIUC
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rJ I : OdAread.' P.- 0. .B.. 177 Balm BU,: 4th; BU< *U Fed. III-WI' Stuart .BEACH Writ.Stuart.r. W BM Pie lit. 1 1


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