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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 19, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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t-le. &L THE STUART NEWS STUART, Martin County, i"WIIJOA, THURSDAY, JUNE I'. 1948. PRICE TEN CENTSARY



Y LAUDS Jaycees' Play 1 1I I ATRAIN, PASSED OVER THIS WASHED.OUT TRACK Board Agrees to C, 'siderCounty WI'?


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TO 0 At 8 TonightThe I Health Unit in budget .//t.f..I";! "



I Extended! dncuHflon, advocating the eHtabliuhment in ';, :

10-member cast for thc lPROPo.S CANAL Majlm, of State health unit by ': : Ii
Junior Chamber of Commerce'. County it onKored county '
l| Of double production of "Cornia- i the County Comrnlsi/in i culrinated Tuesday with the board 1: i' I j' j

T Inlature uspi11111C1.1i"dered poppln" at Martin County High] 'agreiring/ to place 'r on lU calendar of Hems toelust !'' i:,'; 'i'nil I

Schbol Auditorium was announced INPORTSEWALLAREA be considered I I ,in its budget for next year. j' : !\

Monday. It Include Clerk J. It. Pet 'r' lia office will tart work on a ) 'It

IUmma7lOme,; of .the Gerald LaPolnte, Rose Csverko,' I I, tentative bu month .probably will have it I ';;>;' JII'!

Important measure con Ernestine, Rlcou, Floretta Bartlett SCORED ; really for t Aug., 5 meeting.Spearhead .''t ,, ; ,1 ,,
red and In some case paNed Phyllis and Joanne constance I 'I, Fifort to :
he recent session of the Stat Lydia Houston, Kenneth gain.tile b d ec ItlderatlonPresident

mature was presented \bjiitor Btlmmel Ernest Tyner and Har Speedier Action East 4lh of tho, he, I W REPORTEDIAVUR I !
on :
at UuPUy ris R. Lowery, Jr.
YaM Crary Street Ocean i Charle v C Tier of the
noon meeting of IOwan The play will be given at I. Bridge Marti ountrculoals andpresent

UK Woman' Club Friday. tonight and tomorrow night 16C, Plan Souht Hea Assocla'ed who -
FOR FEC MERGERDISPUTED i
Ited by cranr a* being olUcular Admission will be $1 to adult Healed discussion arose at the 'd ruo 0 %ed by his ; ,j } "
value to the State I li and 35 cents to children. County Commissioner' meeting I R IP ,Mo'' questing theArd's'sc ''ii fl
Ian Mine Jerry McCluskey the
auto responsibility <
new Tuesday over the proposed digging
ereby a car owner Is required Empire Production Company, of a canal In the Port Sr-, Ir the UIU; 1 CCIMMendecip, HEREOrlando ."' ,; : I Iu
show ability to par In Uunt who took charge last week and wall area with several present county health fl' ;: :
he ls Involved In an acclnt drew the cast has held practice flatly opposing such setup bt ,lid he-flmibted! if It '
t 110 which he Is In the wrong every night for the past weed I The proposed canal I could with the tuatlon June 11- (FNS) Upon ''h I ,,1//

d causes personal Injuries 01ve and is reported pleased with) l. i.U.. AMP" rposrsH would should! serious tptocmlc completion of a 800-mile trip 1. 1 t
In excess of ISO. ,Thenator result that will give local play c 0, Is amuel for/ brea Itfe. Most logical through, the territory nerved by .'" J I
told of a number ol patrons two night of good en. Photographer Joe Fohl of the Erie (Pa.) Dia- the train paused over the wavering rails. The the In rily to meet any epl- the Florida East Coast Railway ""A r t } :r,

glas to the law such as the tertainment. patch-Herald, who took this picture ef a washout locomotive and several ears passed, safely, but a no, but I Ic( I at here but also top C M Davis president of the! 1 I I'' : ,

I \that a driver Is allowed one under the Erie Railroad track about in hour Pullman car was derailed a short distance beyond .rycnL, ere I Inception, Chrlsto- Atlantic Coast Line Railroad ', 'h I

Ident without coverage abllltji 1 after the New lork-Chlcafo Erie Limited passenger injuring eight persons. Pohl estimated grounds th. be project's ov I) Ld, Is the three-county said last Saturday he believed \0 II I :,' i f

thereafter i he must have II SAILFISHERSGET train had gone by this point, estimated the washout was about 3* ft. wide and 2t It. all expense uld be too gr( %kra lull which was outlined the "vast majority" of East I I. I
to'lose his driver'. I th board at Its meeting a Coast patrons will welcome merger I II' :.
be prepared the) washout was at least 1* or IS ft. wide when deep by the time he made the picture\ to makc It wo while And drahl '
... I of the two rail lin ,I" '
fine until such reipoiulbiltlj: --- -- age actually little needed rago. es. 'I,
acquired case of a second, DISTRICT I here, ner speakers for the units Acquisition of the nic by the A I ;. n ;

dent. LOOK EASTWARD, STUART! How he sit t 4i'tia at lion were City CommtsMonfjT Act was authorized by the Interstate l \ J : !

AIM under the measure Crarj HEAVY RAINFALL Cartoonist Zack Motley, creator of "Smilm Jack" ti' Igne' by malt f tI W R. Baker, Mary SchackclJlird Commerce CommissionIn 1 i'i ,

id the !Insurance commission TOURNEYBID comic atrip told Martin Commission I (I own In he area nrtia of the County Red Cross an order May 20, the terms :
nationally-known Bounty I
'I decision as to who Is time not s e has bee itan hapter, Theodore Dehon. Carl of which were formally accepted I i I : ""j
In an accident' may: bpied < CAUSES ORDER Tuesday that the greatest,step for progress which urthe cialon wa. de- ,Y Bess, H. B Kraft manager oft by the ACL, board of directors L I j, 1 I
In circuit court It, It I It Uit can be made in this area is to "carry through on the bridge I a Yed ndin report of 0 'TJhamber of Commerce.. at special meeting June 2. '" l.t If '

I Uu decision la wrong, and League-Leading Stuart Team from Stuart to the ocean beach> facts aengineer 'hat vey made j/Payette and Dr J. D. Parker. Earlier: this week, hC was '

tad risk"\ driver may get In-. Going to HollywoodJuly TO REOPEN LOCK Motley, 'who came here a little over a year ago to who wa The plan as presented the asked )In 11 petitions filed I with 1 ''t

raw If he ha been turned 10 make his'horn and studio in the Broadway .section of St. present at I Principal county entails a $5,180-a-year the commission to modify Its I :- '

awn by three firms by paying Satlflshers; Lucie Estates, urged the commissioners to get behind allproereeaiye speakers a at ho. nposed contribution by the county to May 20 ruling.: Among the petitioners :I :

higher rate to a company nam- The Stuart baseball moves for waterway development, particular. were M. a CIL lism be matched by $6993 from the were the Seaboard AirLine 1\ : I I
by the State eommluloneiom team leaden of the semipro A series of heavy rains climaxed ly making: the ocean beach accessible He gave preliminary Robertson A I Stale: with six workers to take Railroad. f

a State pool of firms. East Coast favorites OladesLeagueand to win the by the falof\ almost 6 InchesIn details of a development plan for the area, between who represe hurt. three full-time and three In conflict with Davis) statement odds-on floodwaters )
Senator Crary also reported onlit for the second straight a week Is the bringing Klsslmmet Fourth Street and Witham Field, involving the dredging Katherine La Is owners 'fmrt-Ume, The part-time work Theodore Dchonof Stuart 1 I

popular vote due next yew year pennant, have been Invited to play Into from Lake Okeechobee. of Krueger Creek and its extension in the form of a canal large piece of acreage In the ers also would serve Indian asked the Martin County : ; ,
In of the seventh Valley the project
allocation area. Favoring River and SL LucIe Counties, Board of Commissioners Tues ,
In the National BasebalT Con and U. S. Engineers Monday looping between Fourth Street and Witham Field in I an 1"
Laollne tax cent and lauded the were E J. King and Carroll administrative
with the three-county day to adopt a resolution opposing I
lunge of the far-reaching gress' district tournament In again ordered St. Lucia Lock area projected aa "Cavu Skyport No.1; an idealized Dunscombc unit to be set up before the merger However, the 1; ,

Ihool bill which he said mon Hollywood July 10-12.received' spillway opened to relieve the development in whicn plane owners would make maximum Speedier action on the proposed Oct. 1.Text. board took no action on Dchon'srequest 'I I ; !' '
htn doubles the funds to be The Invitation was by pressure. use of our beautiful airport, residence and waterway possibilities East 4lh St bridge to the of the Martin County In view of Commissioner 1 '

iren the schools by the State Stuart Manager John N. Mann The discharge will be con ocean beach was asked of the Tuberculosis and Health As ; O. D. Qulnllvan's expressed opInion r !

matter Tuesday night from., Joseph In fined In the Immediate future to "When I came here," he said,* "one of the factorswhikh board by Theodore and Arthur i /sociation' resolution to the that the merger Is certain 'J il ,\ ;h:

Under this latter measure the Tierce district and commissioner the Sallflshei the "sector gate" In the lock caused me to decide on Stuart. my home was the Dchon and cartoonist Zaclc Mos- commissioners is as follows: eventually to become a reality t i \ 111\\\\
eaker told of the need Hollywood, awaiting the passage/ of the last winter when tey who backed their urgency 1,1, .
gnat ; to make Immediate promised road to the ocean beach. All', Tk. Mini, Ctumr, TuWmlwIrHmllh had and that such a resolulon would
Or Increased facilities at the pilot planned he will Arundel dredge "Hallandale"now .friend* came by and *ere weve a great many who by citing the tremendous tourist A>:.H..c l4f.. .i to I .r-l-l mratlniki not serve to Incur goodwill toward I, :I I, "
acceptance although] my J- .114. ....' ....1' vall-d the 1.1.
.. A* soon as attraction such route
_Iehare.
late University .at Gainesville consult members of the team en flew in I found that their Interest rapidly cooled whenI a .... .. _..1it'ititatWHIKKKAs the county by the ACL.

(CiHn<,e4.Onffrj*' four) before tending In his entryblank the through"Hallandale"and placed In U drydockat locked I had to tell them that 'the ocean it only two miles away would Evans be Crary for told this the area.board Attorney that 01. ..d ti.. .law.....It........_the.I..._.h.,.'n.IIh ...- I '
Acceptance\ I but there direct to to itintend to do all ... ..it 1,1.. -Ilinail. i toIt 'I
and fee. the no way get P.' '
the Arundel Shops above a proposition has been worked rly...... ., r-tv Calataill.l.by COUNTY SCHOOL 11
llSlEPlRTS necessary before July I. lock, the discharge through the that I can to further campaign to g st this bridge--or out to gain all the necessary W. C-sa, A, Pit"" 41-W .( 1-1 ,
affair, which i .llh urvlo lor Ihr Hcri*. Solo
The Invitational will begin leave Stuart rlghts-of-way and he was ask $ 1 I Ii
spillway HenltK !k for th*
will be held at Dowdy Field In The spillway will be operatedat Motley spoke a mouthful. Progressive interests here ed to secure a statement to that : l-.dlih HnaM. onilwtuin nf .( low.flMtwMrv tlllMiu, of M.r, i WORKER RESIGNSMrs. :

ON N Hollywood probably will embrace about one-half the discharge who have been trying for years to get action on this pro- effect before the board took tin. (1ty.ANVI'that. lurtlrlMllol 'In tht pl.0' ..IJ. I'

ACTION FOR eight of South norlda'sleadlnl ratio of the last operation, It ject, welcome his support. This should be a new starting: .steps to get a survey made will' I he !Iolt ,..*...!.. la Martin Cotint/. .
semi-pro teams IncludIng ....
team at Miami was announced point for concerted action "looking eastward to the ocean" Crary also was authorized by th.k holtb. w'inr'".' kr of Miirtin V.-Me I oum'h.' ......, Lou Hill Foster t' tl
the strong county
the board to prepare a resolution NOW THrHrroHK. HK IT RHREGISTRATIONS .\
which will unlock this
NLET which Is setting the pace In Its A delegation composed of to the single development area. nfVW 'that' tht .IN-4. of Cna"tV C..' school supervisor here for the '1
PROJECT six-team circuit The winner of county officials and Chamber of It is utterly ridiculous that Stuart, largest community the county to govern In line saloon with hours similar In .'ri.n".1..1.....", h.IIh h. ,".,....14.....pia.... _P. ... past year has tendered her '\" ,! IJ i

the district meet Is assured of Commerce representatives appeared tit Martin County and the county seat, should lack direct action taken In St Lucle and AND th 11.,4 at C."tir Ca valnl.pik ." resignation effective July I., It ,, ,
representation In the State finals at a public hearing at access to the ocean. Ocean bathing even the sight of ,"r'' il-ntr. u.a.' 'h.I, 6.4-8 was announced by the office of I! ,
Indian River CountlesANNOUNCE .1
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Confrexrnan Made Strong later next Belle Glade yesterday to urge the drawing cards for 10" lh .ul.. ,.a .4 imr-P.W. H. Rollins I :
-In Jacksonville the ocean forms one of biggest ru.11. .1. 11.011. .tho tri-olity" h..llb Superintendent R. I h j.
Plea For Deepenins Of month. will be awarded ,the official that other outlets from the big South Florida tourist resort. Whatever it costs and PRIZES ,, ."N p''... this week Her successor will ,
CbannelConireumanDwlllll district tourney trophy I Lake be deepened and widenedto any started to make this tiE IT 'URTHU kEHOLVr.D that"wirs be named at a special meeting'<<'! ;"
however' it is done, let's get now IN PLANE RACES 161.hili... h.11 b. VIfteli d k
and will receive 20 per cent of cut down on the use of St. actuality., Month.'haTe slipped by since the I ,:: IIIrd1; C-ty C....-I.:: of the School Board on a date I"1M '1fl''

. \ L. Hog- the gross gate receipts. i Lucie canal for.flood control. bridge an requested rights-of-way from a volunteer commit Joe Bowli, president of Stuart i ",II-PVvrv. '. ''h' s,,0041,, Tih-likf.aillin'. ,int....sw k..4.. po.Io.R. .11.. as yet unset Candidate possibilities r ,'\
n
Plea mad a spirited\ and, sincere ,-The tourney will be a single I Earlier this spring, the canal county appropriation for a it gathering Model Plane Club, announced .."'Ifully' .""blO.tlM. for the pcx>t were not announced ::j .. !' iI'' I
for A $5,000
survey
the
St. Lucie Inlet tee. I
pro with two- 54 but j. tl
"RtHTIII'HER
elimination affair a remained open for days today that 10 airplane rides, one HARIA1.1% A 1
)*Cat the recent Congressional out-of-three series to be played 1 A. R. Broadfoot, engineer In mould.The Cycloie>modal, motoij. iDxucto Pr'-d-4.' Mrs. Foster came here last i: I
I hearing He deserves News Mosley in urging! action now A ki rV 8 HVI.T3.M1. .
the full
Stuart joins
between the finalists. Each club charge of the Clewlston sub- knives, and a model plane kit ...17, year from Frostproof, and will 'I 1 I ,
I
, "Wort! ,of this community for will be allowed a maximum roster office has stated that It will Let's carry through and not stop until we're able to drive will be among the 30 prizes to leave soon after her resignation ; :' 'II I

,liking a forthright effort.0 of It players, and an all-dis be used only when flood conditions straight down Fourth Street to the ocean beach five be given away In the model plant I DUE becomes effective for her home. ;

lents resent. the project In Its' full trict team will\ be selected with make It Imperative and minutes from the heart of town. ... races at Wltham Field July 4 FOR SWIM CLASSES of Tracy City Tenn., where' I. 11"
each members. to receive a certificate the Engineers have been cooperative ---- - --- Entries miittt hn revistered hv she will reklde with her widow I i 1,1: !
In 13 13town
Introducing the subject, he8Ireued to that effect. In considering local In June 28 with Ed Hletee: : ; Box 11. I 1Relixtrations 1---- ed mother, Mrs O L MIL She q : f '
that the amount In. still being ;i )
dved The district meet In the terests with assurance that the 285 XRAYEDHERE /14 Sea Scouts Palm City The contest la opru are I expects, : to find a position In the
was only $48,000, that the to the taken at the Red Cross officeIn I. !
Btlrt' State are preliminary flow will be stopped as soon as to all, school system there although i
of the Drhon Bldg. for those
economy the eommun. tournament from which the The club Is sponsored by Harold she has had definite i
State not\ any ,
II with the
V depends upon -th. Inlet, and winner will go w the annual possible commensurate 'I Hold, All- Week Johns post of the Legion I interested In the swimming offers she reported I \ "
lllal Navy demolition during the Three) task of controlling the Lake. IN DAY and water daftly classes to begiven ,
(Colllimuftl On Page .. ---- -- r k
nt had DiVID NDSn In the Immediate < j
aggravated the! sltuawn PARK N here CANCER GOAL PASSED; ,
Inlet future. Interested Individual ;
Introducing Price French, City Managers Favor Annual 84jJ Take Test-in Outlying Camp at Miami editor, June J.'19 D.-(Pcnnrkamp FNS) Associate urged not to delay In regis St Petersburg June 19-(FNS) ri J, : J'1
*wident of the Chamber of 1..1 Florida has passed Its $150.000
Towns During of the Miami Herald told Mla- so the classes may get !:
Commerce and a D. QulnllvanI Fourteen members of the Sea goal In the American CancerSociety's it
the county. commission Con"man Short Course Eurit :ReportsThat -Week- j, Scout Ship 45, the Osprey, of mians National recently Park that 'Would the Everglades pay- I under way -0:0::; : as under possible.The i the. drive for funds to fight ) it
" Roger said: i West Palm Brach concluded a classes cancer, Lawton Swan Jr., Flo' ,'{ '
Before i Two hundred and eighty-five cash dividends of from :200 to auspices of the Red Cross Ida campaign chairman, an i I
they testify, 'let me week of camping on tho south \
Ihould'. Individuals! took advantage of 800 cent and will add $41-
ipnaslze to you the Importof the short course for Florida' city manager side of the St. Lucie Inlet Saturday per chapter here and the Junior J
free of
health Unit's this
mobile
the 000000 to the
. of this appropriation to come an annual affair on the Unlvslty of Florida campus was the cheat X-rays here yesterday It and moved south to the State. economy I Chamber of Commerce. "THTriOES" !
us' community. The granting prevailing sentiment of the 38 manager attending the first short was reported last night by Loxahatchee River for a few : :Jt.Rllh Jt.

to oIlhia sura means. a great deal course for three day last week in Gainesville. Stuart City Manager i county nurse Flora. Stanley. The I days before returning home. ;
we of Florida'sBountiful
economic and Industrial L B. Eurit reported Monday. unit. 1 II parked at the Flagler The boys came here June 7 Clements Tells
PIOCreu[ of Martin County and and spent the time fishing, ex. I
afternoon entrance to the Lyric Thea ? 1
Saturday Ave.
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returned : :;
\\he Eurit
city of Stu,,". 'Unless you ploring on the flats and making and har for &I's f,1o l..dOI .
stint after hearing discus- lahassee. terAreade, and will remain Infet Inr !'b*> -llSUndard "it... u. '
Resources J
these people It means that I boat trips here and there Including Natural Tim. \\L
Eurit Hours
discussions,
fishing ;
WID Industry In this area and administrative pro- said, those attending were free are 10 a. m. to noon and 2 to one up the North Forkof ,F ."In.:: high' :'t. Itiaire' 16 ininattai: 1 ; \
sustain a great blow'sind'it .' the St Lucle River. They f.r InCoinpileii.' warditir by w. II. I '
the shark Industry will tave' blem1 by outstanding specialistsIn at any time interject ques I' 4.30Helping: came In five motorboats and A factual summary of Florda' timber resources of the State 1I1..I. ,
to fields, Including Olle.PatterlOn tions. Particularly gratifyingwas with registration ". w U w' (
various
0 *s* ever-Increasing possibilities .
operating from this scheduled In ea-I two rowboats.Skipper natural resources and how and the AH TH AM r A.
t-nd> both these sources' Jacksonville attorney the fact those terday were Mrs.. Arle of the ship who head. they have and will benefit us for oil discoveries and related Intel' for to :oh *tirtlut June l I..
L Ridley, director advance tot participation on the M. J. Morrison Mrs ;. ..a to D-16 8.34
Ml Clarence Mrs.
the livelihood for ; : ; that Florida ha the second ., 81:
A peat 100 ed the group here Is Julian Rowley. was given by L. C. Clements, a- 1\\ 42 16.09so ,
->w of of ''the International City program were there Percent Parker Elizabeth Kara and water aIs .36441. 316' 41,111. I'lt "
people at Stuart and i His two mate for the excursion former principal at Martin largest bocy of fresh : ,
Chicago official said a. "
of Is "
Martin Association the Stuart Miss Aurlel Oberhaus. Helping h. 1101. 1")
County. I Manager i were Ray Thompson and County High, School and now In Lake Okeechobee, In the nation. U" ,
to'1I you will take time to refer and faculty Including: mqrnbers Jamf of while he personally ground )for found his municipal much- today are Miss Oberhaus Mrs. Don Peterson, and the other 11 business here at the weekly Is the nation'* second largest Unit :: llttl 1 H 'W: m, m i iTHE"WEATH
university common W. Hartman/Mra. Gertrude
I] map filed In thtk matter the ; R. boy making the trip were' LeRoy luncheon meeting of ,\Rotary> atChisholm' producer of cattle, and has
A.Gallants, The course was
"win see tfcat St. Lucie Inlet O. Richardson. Lewis problems I Mlnnehan, Mrs. Laura Mlspel Berrle John Fort. Richard Grill yesterday 27 natural springs and 48 verities ,
(Vmtinutd pnjagt Four) Roland Eutsler C. H. Donovan conducted by the general extension M..AlIee. OUson and Mrs. John Kroon Floyd Hoefs Clarence Clement' noted particularly of land animals- R
Administration of the university. "
of Business division Technician In charge of
of the College Hilton. Griffin, the State' bird of which there In a resume of the State's history .
Updegrove, Stanley plimi Ih wit". so "Partial birithal
J:. Dovell of was held Thursday pasit
tOCu. and J. Registration the unit are Embree Walker and ,
UTHS Hugh Tyndall, Jim and SkIppy are believed to be: more than tine Its discovery in 1513 U.". u. IL Wftgh-r obalarnitt.st"rt. ,
WIIf "10hma the College of Art and Science&Among morning with the Ridley Miss Margaret Griffeth. de Leon of he CIt4' 11.11, .
1VltNT Spain,
the Eastes. Dathan Wells and Eugene 400 species 'In Florida and told by Ponce I ,-'
: the city official who Clinic at 11-st. m. heading s;iore c m.I to Stuart the Heater how they have many Inherent recalled that five flags have M==. .1-4-0
Krasner discussion panel were Waiter I agenda. Other discussions were was In Beach last 10... II 04 is
and Robert led unit Jensen values both commercially and flown over Florida: Spain, .1. 72
*. ... Btaart fr* team wbe Batholomiw of Cocoa; R. O.Danner held that atfemoon and night. Thursday where 164 wen X. DEAF INSTRUCTORS; MEET otherwise. Plane designer have France Britain, the Confederacyand J.sow" Ie II ... .n 78 1
.4. the district tournament of Miami.Lt.W. ft Hurl- I A round table waft held Friday rayed. Helping with, registrationthere the U. S. Flag that Andrew' U isam
fit Augustine, June ieAP( > ought to copy birds' aptitudes m* 11EMBER ::1 :::
producing :
II revenue
k ) \ director of police training. morning on Mr: *. W. B. Tilton : ..,
7SAM 'NOIf.n' burt. were Approximately 900 are for flight the speaker .said and Jackson was Its first Governor ::18
persons
..'er\ LewEr"d. last month Jacksonville: "Francis, B. Me- measures,, 'discussion\ of public Mr*. L.. 1>. McHf resh, Mr*. T. W. her for the five-day 33rd biennial man has utilized the bird for and It entered the Union in .. Inc HAS RAINFALL, .

..*.. tit WHO tute honors Carry, director of finance. Wet Ii works in the afternoon and an Updegrove and Mrs. T. R. Helller convention of American Instructors Invaluable messenger service 184S. The first land grant was' Io.. II .. '_" ...

..11"... tame dMalo. at the Palm Beach W. ,T. Mcniwaln Informal party for the mariagers'al that with OrdeQ Hamilton, Margaret I for the deaf and the The State bird was selected by In 1S73, Clement said. :: :: : : <::.

RIM Fanner f Americaaeeerdlng Coral Gable; A.Clarence OTTelll, Boulware Springs Singleton and Oertude Waldln .triennial conference of executive i vote of the children of Fiorle'aIn J_ II ...... ''. ,..
late .. director of finance, Galneirllle; night The police department aiding with thcolored persons.In Dennis Hudson wa program' ... II .a,.,,
14 : of American schools for the Hit: with the mockingbird a- It .
....... 'Wo6stesday,. George J. Roark. Pensaeola; l was the Saturday morning Kobe Bound Friday MlOn deaf which conclude tomorrow -I becoming the popular choice. chairman. The club had four I... II on
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*14"I".thla*, received-rain,Irwin. V. W., Carlton.F.burg, and M.Sharpe W, Tancey St Peters, Tal- theme the;and afternoon, personnel subject management : r.tmllmUotf fagf Four) I i hl'tn Clement also,cited, the huge guests. TOTAL, .;r.M,


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i f PAGE TWO THE: STUART MEWS STUART, Martin County FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JVN1: 1', 1HIt .

R MRS. MARY"
HARTMAN Sell


" t,. (t 'uSOCIAL I NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART 1ff ':::Item Telephone efftoe* fer tUs before 35-W taper noon nut on Vttnt'reach office r ,


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I ,L'f"i\ i' BRIDAL Is Eetelleporf YOUNG BAPTISTS parent Mr and Mrs T. number of exceptional South Restaurant is reo"
COIFLEIXPECTED Thr bride the former and several! IaU-I and
I ." ''I HOME miyi of'New York. Kanarek Stiller-Johnson Nuptials Set RETURN HOME FROM Knowles has tone to !New! c.1 Fork scene Lighthouse will be Open eve,

\ \ I'' '] :; Mr. and Mr*. Irving Kanan U well-known here as an associate DELAND CONFERENCE 1 I U Join his brother; T. C. Jr. fishing shots. The cept Wednesday._. ..

,, '! I ,\I Jlio have been honeymooning the Stuart In his Department fathers Store.business. Sunday at Salerno Church Five Baptist young people who, to work tor the tummer He _
4 hi the 'New England States allies I to re-enter Stetson next
with the pastor the Rev. Phil plans
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toiNTY --- '
: thiir marriage May 31 In New MARTIN HOSPITAL The marriage of Miss Mildred Maxwell attended the 34th an- : fall
's York City are expected home Patient Admitted: Mary Coleman COUNTRY CLUB PLANS
1 1' Virginia Stiller daughter of Mr nual DeLand Assembly at Stet
\ ; the last of thl week will Stuart Mrs William Ab- THREE EVENTS
They ; SOCIAL
I returned home DOG TAGS
son University NEW
I- I and Mrs. Fred L. Stiller' of Salerno I
: be at home to their\ friends at I boLt, Salerno; Mrs. Sara Free Saturday from a two.-week youth I
and Clifford Johnson, son
tJ .the Kana k riverfront home a> I I man Port Muyaca who was of Mr and Mrs H 1. Winnie of Mrs. L. A, Arbogut, president conference The group Included The war Is definitely over L.
\. 1. 230: Seminole Ave, discharged yesterday< of Martin County Golf andCountry 800 Florida people from B EUrlt, city 'manager, reports AAAA
-. -------- .:......-- West Paint Beach will be aokrn young ."V AV
I.' 15f' '.(I nlaed at 4 p m. Sunday n' the I Club Auxiliary. has announced 13 to 18 years of age who participated receipt of new' brass, the tint l -
I i I Salerno Baptist Church. The a bridge luncheon for In a work and recrea- made out of that type of metal
.I members and, guests. for 1 p. m. tional conducted by
I' visiting evangelist the Rev program All
\ due
Wednesday at the club house. since the war. The togs .
church leaders' Mr. Maxwell reported
Announcing t: I Claude P. Holland will officiate
I Reservations should be -made that.of the 800 some 400 July 1, sell for $1 each) Each
The bride will be given In
1
Identification
with the president by
Monday. Intention of tag carries an
r entering
marl age by her father and will Du to the Illness of the chairman upon "
New career ot religiouswork number and the words "Stuart!
Uncler Management be attended by Lucille Blanln'
: Mrs Earl Rlcoit Mrs Ar-
and'the
others dedicated "
Fla. furnishing handy Identification
.
maid of
I u honor Clam Jean bogast la serving u general' !
McCulley and Jerry Ann Smith chairman of the event. themselves to building their for return of lost or
chosen career on religious principles -
t-I' ''j I TOM COLLINS BAR-B-Q brldes-maldl. Plans are under way by theauxiliary strayed pets.POLIO .NowServin
Three brothers of the bride
; entertainment committee -We realize that the future of
will attend the MEETING CALLED -
bridegroom. Mr a July 4 picnic with our churches rests on these'
: Charles Stiller will be the best supper at the club to be followed I
young people" the pastor stated Tampa, June 18-IAPI-A( )
.: AMOCO STATION, DIXIE HIGHWAY man and Francis and Hutxtt by a display of fireworks "and the response of this Inspired educational for In THESAILFISH
Stiller will State meeting
serve as ushers. Members are Invited to bring group created the most
Curb Service A Speciality Mm Edna Coutant will furnish the youngsters for this annual ratifying conference In which county chapters of the National I

the nuptial music and Miss celebration, of IndependenceDay. I ever have taken part" Foundation tor Infantile Paralysis -
I' ,"I. Phyllis and Miss Joe Ann Con. Attending from the Stuart will be held here June 20-27. ROO

: A. A. ROSBURY, Manager stance will sing the wedding Mrs Walter F Oavey has been church were Lloyd Campbell Marion T Jeffries of Orlando I I
songs named chairman of a Labor Charles Boggess, Bobby Long- State representative ot the foundation -
Miss Stiller Is a 1948 graduateof Day dance to highlight the late! bottom-; Herman Relta 3rd andMary ..announced here yesterday

.. t -- .. and Martin Mr. Johnson County 1s High a prncluate School summer social activities of the went' from Melle DrLand Burgess' to Keystone Herman __ j (Beginning Friday June 20)])

of Okeechobee High School, He group. Heights' at Starke to Join hId ATTRACTIVE MURALS {

I I ( : Is well' -known here for his muni- EPISCOPAL: MEN mother and sister for a summer AT THE LIGHTHOUSE From Noon to Midnight t
cal In Paul
:OUR appearances Kersey'sorchestra MEET FOR SUFFER vacation' at the lakes, and j
as leader of his own ;;
The monthly supper meeting' Bobby went to Tampa to visit. Some outstanding photographic J
"Johnnie Johnson Orchestra'and of the' Episcopal Men* Club his grandparents. before Mum- murals by Tropical PhotoStudios
} later for radio I
performance*
; Guarantee with Shelton Baker After Tuesday night at the parish Ing home here; are being placedIn Choice Western Steaks
\ a
house was attended by 18 officers the Lighthouse. Including a
.
short wedding trip the
young
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toYOU and members;The president -
-r couple will make their Home in MRS. PAIL IIOF.NSIIFL'
Philip H. Chadboum leda
HONORS HOUSE GUEST
Salerno '
round discussion of Delicious Seafood Dinners
1 table "The Mrs Paul Hoennhcl entertained Economy Roofing ,
j Place of the Church In the Community Tuesday and Friday of last week' and Sheet Metal
4-H CLUB GIRLS ." The pastor the Rev. at bridge parties In honor of : r
: Satisfactory Workmanship R. M. Fenton discussed several'
'. phases! of work upon which the her' house guest Mrs M. E.ELt.zwller 314 Orange Ave., Ft. Pierce Home Style: Chicken
of Miami Four tables
new organization might concentrate were session\ Tuesday and two Barrett ApprovedROOfERS
i 'Are you looking for a reliable watch repair house? 'ATTEND COURSE Its activities Friday. .
.1 Our Own Famous Shrimp
Fast service? Guaranteed Workmanship? --
HERBERT 8UDHOFT JR.
:, Then Send Your Work to LaPomte's Seven selected 4-H Club members GRADUATED IN NEW YORK LLOYD TRAVIS RETURNS AH types of Built-up Roofing
of Martin who attended Herbert Sudhoff, Jr., second HOME FROM HOSPITAL!
County Asbestos
( Quality Work at No Extra Cost Lloyd C. Travis has returnedto Shingles. Tile. It. e
j the summer short courseat son of Mr. and Mrs Herbert Bud- Phone Ft. Pierce 192 .
Florida State College at Tallahassee tioff of Palm City twas graduated hU home In St. Lucie Estates .
Y 3 to 7 Day Service- June 9-14 returned Saturday from the Mlneola after several' weeks In Martin -"

I s 1 We Do Our Own Watch Repairing home Saturday night with their High School at Mlneola N. Y. County Hospital His condition ,'" I
adult sponsor, Mrs. R. E. ROM, His mother who went up early la reported greatly Unproved A

Crystals Fitted Engraving of Jensen Beach The group this month, attended the tell PUBLIC The Restaurant
i' .
r was taken to Melbourne by mony They expect to Join Mr. MRS. BESSEY STILLAT
school bus to Join the Brevard Sudhoff at their Palm City home MARTIN HOSPITAL ;NOTICE open '
County delegation In their school for the summer and Herbert Friends of Mrs. H. W. Heel' If every day
I' LaPOINTE'SImported bus and were met on the return has applied for admission to the who Is still confined to Martin Except' Wednesdays
the local University of Florida for the I am withdrawing the
trip by driver County Hospital' following a fall I II 401 i
Attending were Florence Meg- September' !term.DAUGHTER suffered several months ago. are aside.
that I had set to
acres
a
and Costume Jewelry) gett' Isabel Mathers and Jeanne) -- extending I beat wishes for her
r ; Clements of Stuart and Billie BORN TO speedy recovery.GORDON I sell at $1 a lot as of date
I I Jean Brown, Faye and Sue Ro- MR. AND MRS. LEE COZORT I The Bar
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ARCADE
= VICTORY STUART FLA.
; e well and Jeannette Slay of Indian Mr. and Mrs Lee Cozen, Jr.
town. Miss Lucile Inscoe, have announced |}he birth of a BUTCtlFR RETURNS 1 find that the public does And Cocktail Lounge
1O UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
I I. home demonstration agent who daughter Cella Anne,'Yung 4 In I "
Gordon Butcher who has not want lots below
itiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii' iiiiimmiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii accompanied them, remained In Little Rock. Mrs Cozort to the my way Are ,Open Wednesday
spent a week's vacation with hit ,
f" Tallahassee for a special course daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jdhn cost. "'
; :i: I mother,Mrs. Velma Butcher, In But Closed';Sundays
at the college E. Taylor and the granddaughter ,
The Stuart of Mrs. Walter Kltchlng of Stuart returned Monday to I ThanksC. N' \' "
representatives
i Rich Smooth. I iI Athens Oa. to his
begin senior
1
j ; brought home award ribbons Stuart. The baby was born on In I ", 4 4Yes L ," '
architectureat
year landscape W. CUTHBERT
for winning activities during the the birthday of her gtea -rrand. I .
week! of Instruction recreation' mother, Mrs.' Kltchlng the University of Oeorgla.I
|I BUTTER MILK f fI and sightseeing staged by the \ ---=
I Florida State Extension Staff PAUL'AND GERALD THOMAS Mrs Nona C. Bailey, authorof '
I { .' assisted by' demonstration ENTER OPTOMETRY SCHOOL the recent published "Wayside .

What a delightfully refreshing" drink a tall glass of | agents' from all parts. of the Paul, Jr., and Gerald Thomas. Tales of Southern California .
: | chilled Altar Buttermilk. That good country taste = State. There were' 400 teenagegirl sons of Mr. and Mnr Paul who has been' visitingher I
In attendance, all selectedfor Thomas of St. Lucie Estates, brother: T. J. F. Kennedy:
'. ilot' i ,lip lit In body mild in flax'or. Buy a quart. or two | the short course on a merit have entered' the Northern Illinois and Mrs Kennedy at the 4th :
I \, :|: today | system of their 4-H Club work College of Optometry In St home: I Ia left Sunday night for
l'' during the school year.PRESBYTERIANS Chicago after completing a requIred "leisurely return to her homeIn \\\
pre-medical! course at California. From here sh*
| Set out plate of cookies with pitcher of
14 a a | AT Florida University the past year went to St. Petersburg and will

I Altar Buttcl'mil1Watch 'em go for it! I_ YOUTH CONFERENCE Gerald was home. for an over visit In New Orleans Dallas and
night visit before taking a planeto other points' before ending an r
Dr Charles A. Carrie] Presbyterian Join his brother who went extended tour, ,you. Jea. Miller.* .we saMyeVr i
pastor left Monday for direct to Chicago from Tallahassee ....
Rockledge where he will tale Mr. and Mrs R. JB McCu'-!
I JALFAI\ part In the summer youth con lough have as their guests for Mighty sharp ). thai i nom. y
gi ference for leadership training ROBERT McCALLUM TAKES a week their granddaughters,
i of the church. He was accom- NAVY TRAINING CRUISE Helen and Carole McCullough, +
panied by Kenneth Lewellln and Robert. McCallum lieutenant a dreamy plaid Job milk lie
tj 1 456 Flamingo Drive Phone 7175 = Jim Wood of the young people junior, grade In the r Naval Reserve Mrs Agusta Prlestman of East

I r g WEST PALM PEACH 1 association here. will spent July on an..n- Orange N J.. who came downto
r The session, to Include approximately nual training cruise. His wife attend the Bole School
r i 11111suIiilntinnniiiininunlnittllllllllt1111111111IIIIIIII! I ,! "- IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllll/l 150 selected teen- the, former Jeanne Stafford. will 'ducatlon ceremony of her gr-son, vt-Irllaig skirt and glowing Laiell* battens
-'-"-' age boys and girls from this section come to Stuart to spend the John Prlestman left Saturday

of Florida will continue month with her father, Fred for her home after spending
I through Monday Stafford Mr and Mrs. McCal- week with her brother and wife a '. b*.-LJe. CcBrae.lt> Galley A: LrTswagger .

I If Dr. Carrlel will conduct classes lum have been Jiving In Sampson Mr., and Mrs Lloyd C.Travis.e .
In "Youth Problem In Viewof N. T where he has attended -. ...:.
the Teachings of the New Sampson College since. they Mr. and Mrs R. B. McCul. gingham,
f Testament' and also an Inter- left Stuart two years ago. lough returned last week froma
est group In "Appreciation of vacation of two weeks with
Hymns by the Hobby of Writing CRANE STANGER their son-In-law and daughter
Music and Poetry" The doctor William M. Stanger and Rose In St Petersburg,{ having gone
1 la particularly fitted for his tw Marie Crane of Salerno applied over to attend the graduationof
o assignments' by years of work this week' for a license to wed. their grandson, Orin Moore
tJ with young people and a life Date! .of the marriage has not who was one of a class of 450! of
''' \1 hobby of composing spiritual been announced. Both the young the St. Petersburg High School.
4 ri : music. people are well-known'In Stuart --s.-- .

Bobby Knowles" Stetson University 1-

student who spent ,a r

,:.. Now NeW short vacation here with his
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YOU CAN GET A
JtfCTVJt'RADIOPHONOGRAPH pink. Sue ..]*.
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t ; Phone J496 Box No. 271

ft OF' VERO BEACH,. FLORIDA $12 95
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This Vlctrola radio-phonograph rrfleeta Plastic and Aluminum
r RCA Victor perfection throughout. A BLUE RIBBON BEERON Wall Tile

touch, and the romped. control unit rollsml .
...radio (AM.FM) and phonograph. DRAUGHT Asphalt Floor THe
12 records. Silent *"
/ Plays Sapphire Floor Sanding and
+ i plek.'..... '...dln thoI" FinishingRug
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.. Ina Sea II --. $495.00 Cf ,Jv..li qrlM1"'J'hroaI" I John' N. Gill. CleaningOur "': "1 '
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only representative (In

J, Hall's Electric Service I Incites Your Patronage Martin County. it

GEORGE KEITH STORE
: Post Office Arcade Stuart MIXED DRINKS PACKAGE GOODS Martin County Cleaners ,
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X SPORTS> EVENTS i STUART AND MARTIN COUNTY g | 'r' : '"







;Jailfishers Drub Pompano 9-2 Increase League Lead. ,;, : t.:



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LINE ON SPORTS PLAY LOSERS Sailfishers'Jesse ROTARY, KIWANIS 'Flying Game GAME POSTPONEDThe

CLUBS TO PLAY. scheduled Hobe-Souod-
Verge of Clinching SOFTBALL GAME FISHING
uart on Arnold Wardens Foul Indlantown Junior baseball game' ,
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RETURN GAME
A Klwanls Club challengeto in Indlantown yesterday attar- '

cond Glades League Title I a seven-lnnlnc Softball 'SHORTS' noon was postponed again because t

Makes' GainsWarren game next Wednesday at Illegal Acts of wet grounds. No later '
-.::...- HERE'SUNDAY date has been set for It.Cloth ;
I p. ... en the East 5th St. By EARL HALL -
ED MENNINGER, JR. 1 1
By the Stuart diamond to determine thecity' Sacramento, June It Snipes,
a
Sailflshers the of There's been lot of talk
Stuart lugging are .on Verge clinching 1 a makIng
Jest Arnold Hurls 4th Win Sailfishers' shortstop star, con- civic club title for the Plying game wardens are NEW BOOK FOR
fecund straight East Coast Glades League regular Mason about having to go to Okeechobee fishermen A
It tough on chiseling -
It Leads 15-Hit Attack tinued his season was accepted by the to catch bass. John Hoffman GROWERS I 0
itplonshlp.. Three games remain on their schedule -and on steady hitting Sundayto and hunter j n'usADS

irtength, of their! two-game loop lead a win In any of the trio EAST COAST GLADES LEAGUE move Into the runnerup position Rotary Club at Its noon meet- one of our fresh water guides Cruising In small planes that

1 assure no lees than a title tie. Two wins or three ot course w L GnLSTUART in'the individual averages Ing yesterday. The challenge disproves this statement. He I fly over stream and woods
10' .Ml.TIT almost always comes back with
i the pennant beyond reach of anyone else. r.Pukokn...... .. ..I I ..ua 1 bulk\ pitcher Jesse Arnold stole lulled by Kiwanis Friday, was bass from the South Fork. Last wardens are equipped with
I aft
However, those three games probably will be the three hardest l.k. w,"/" I f .... 4Sb the show for the day with singles read to Rotarians by frtsl- week he landed an 8'/i' pounder, plane-to-car radios that send f.
Pompano with virtually the same outfit this scaw Morri*... .fltM. a I .... 4S11 dent Fred A, Stafford and accepted -. minnow. other wardens on the ground to AND
with
the, season 4 I .... 1 the flrat four time he batted fishing a crippled ORNANINTALTREES'
last mien It gave the Bllflshen such a stiff chase, will betto riMrtalBtal J I f ..11Pel. that hot his up 54 unanimously. I saw Itl! Investigate anything that look '
6onlm _I w .t0 r 1St average uspiclou;
put up a harder fight here Sunday to keep In the runningr points and left him In third pott- Composition of the teams If you want to see a real bait

last Sunday' one-sided affair ,and Pahokee's dangerous STUART LAST I. SUNDAY'S r_.... I.Ikra .RESULTS tlon. catcher was announced, but it was caster In action, just watch In a quarter ot an hour, a SOUTH FLORIDA 06 AND CUTA
waited to avenge the twin ether _.., rail. Both players passed plane can survey a district! which
Beach crew has a year defeat ad- r nets-std. : young Paul John Thompson. He
A understood It would be a benefit <
Horace "Mule Arnold who would require four hours to look L/T "aBETNJ
itered It by Stuart last year. Stuart will play on the Lakeside NEXT SUNDAVS GAMES affair. Harris R. Lowery can really whip a bait He came

Id June 29 and play host to Pahokee July In the regular season r.hotr.._........._ Horriaoa STUART./ .yield.I spent another hitless day that Jr. Is expected to head the In with a 11\\o1-lb. snook along over State on division the ground of fish reports and game.the | l 5

D...... track at Halla' Oltda cost him 40 point and droppedhim forces.DODGERS' with quite a few smaller ones
Rotary
ale elo.I,..* at Laka ''W...... last "week. Anglers working out of season
to fourth spot. have been spotted In several
As was the ease last season, Pahoke has been vlrfimhed by A withering tIS-hlf offen- Jesse Arnold notched his RAINED OUT, Harry Olancoff has been giving cases. Throngs of fishermen takIng -

Itment weather. Last Sunday's washout was IU third to dated iiive' had Pompano on the fourth mound triumph of the TO PLAY FELLSMERESunday' the big snook trouble lately.He I salmon Illegally with snag-
from the" let landed a 26ft-lb.\ snook using,
moth depends on Its next two games as to whether those I rope Inning season to come within one de- hook from the Tuolumne River
f live bunker for bait. The next I
forward the Stuart Sail-
as of show
succession
postponedmenU will be made up. However East Beach cision of Bit Bebee who again were themselves snagged by
rw fishers the Brow- day he broke a rod trying to
whipped
I was out of action but retained ers halted a scheduled return aerial spotting, arrested and
dimmed II days MO when after upsetting
nnant hopeswere ard County team its land another big one. !
on own game here at Little Dixie Park
bis lead both In this fined. If
there the Broward County team came over to Pahokeed \ category I ITW i e*. 5ffyiNINOIH ,
>M field Sunday' afternoon 9-2 5 +
mp I and In the batting race. between the Stuart Dodgers and Clyde Courant caught 17 nice Air-observed sawdust floating I
made. off wttfc a 1-1 decision ankle-deep' mud., The victory boosted the] The team's lusty IS-hlt attack Fort Pierce after the team had snook at the mouth of Frazier! on a trout stream led wardens "lyZ m

This latter result coupled ..Ith .tho fact that hot-and-cold Sailfishers' lead In the East on three Pompano hurlers played a scoreless first .inning. Creek Tuesday morning In just, to a sawmill near Crescent City.

ki Worth and cellar-dwelling Boynton Beach both have copped Coast Glades League to two boosted Its batting mark points The contest I Is expected to be one hour.'That boy Is really one The operator was arrested and $3.501 Paper $2.50 n 4 I !

rbioiii from Pahokee serves to boost Stuart's chances against' full frames over the down- to Jll but Its four error dropped played later. hard fisherman.Al fined for stream pollution.Still I Order; from '

rake considerably' although In each ease the East Beach re- State Ltjdon-sponsored! team Its fielding average 2 point to Next Sunday the Dodger, who Al Mathers and Bill Armoi another use the division

"r'w.. of the unexpected variety. Incidentally, the East Beach : and to 3 '/ games over third- .194. have won four games againsttwo been to the Everglades,I finds for planes Is In taking census Edwin A. Menninger
The Flowering Tree Man"Stu.rt
ndle comes from the players being drawn from several of the place Pahokee the only SATTINQ losses, will play hosts to a doing a little fishing. Al says of game pheasants. The' t ts

all town .n Lake Okeechobee's eastern shore although the : other team left In the chase for II..... 'If'0 AS R It H RBI a A....... Fellsmere aggregation at Little that they had a lot of trouble planes fly about 100 to 150 ft. Florida' 1
the regular season's championship. Bklpw ..t II II II S .... ,Dixie Park starting at 3:30: p. m. from
Pahokee. Playing of the team are keeping tarpon jumpingInto high, a 60 miles an hour. They {
Is from
co-manager I .
deli J. Aag14. .11 41 14 It IIGrlfria .401
According to all report Manager Guy Davis announced s
the boat. As word of I
Tom .4 I S S I ,400 a. can reach areas difficult to
and Joe Boynton.In
wart Spooner available through this morningthe 81.,111.. t' a a .440 Monday. warning, they advise not to let I" cover on foot, and can even distinguish
I other three league game ri\j\ ; !'" .11 II 41 4f i T I4 II 7 I :.til a.l your bare foot hangover the between hens and cocksat
a sense all the struggle for the league's top notch seems scheduled last Sunday were postponed Hall ....," .1 11 I I I ...4I side as the tarpon down there that altitude. SfATtSMAN

futile when !t'* considered that the title of "league champion" by rain Including Pahok- r.rea.e. .. I I I I I I 1 I ..III.IIIPanaoek JAYCEEETTESARE would rather strike at a barefoot r I

ant go necessarily to the team that finishes first but rather ee's tilt at home against Morrison Ge h.. II.. 4 II 1 ..2.4WIIH. than a plug. It's the truth! SIMPLIER HUNTING
._ .f II I I I ..tiluiuk
that team that can cop the wlnduo Shaughnessy playoffs. In Field .. ,. II S I 4 .1" SEASON FAVORED .s ,

it plan, the first place finisher meets the third placer and secd Next Sunday Stuart repairs Stlllaf .... ..1.I19 4 t e I I 4 I ...141Tkaiapaaa .SI4HarraU ORGANIZEDHERE StATE 'UNIVERSITY'SSUMMER' NYLON

meet fourth In single tilts, and these two winners play a to Its home diamond for a return ...1 4 t t t ..IHHrlaltr ATHLETIC Tallahassee, June 19 A 1

ree-gam set lot the "championship." How often does the clash with Pompano starting at .'r .. ..1 II M S I f S 4 4 ...tilTrtt .1"Jokuaa PROGRAM UNDER WAY healthy segment of Florida's BAIT CASTING LINE -
ond third or fourth placer suddenly develop a hot streak and 3- p. tn. with the home crew a .I f I I S ..141InKraa FRIDAY hunting population favors '

p this playoff to make the first place team: efforts all season decided favorite as a result ofSunday' -Aeoeue :;.1 it II *i I I 4 .004.Ml Gainesville, June 19 Thet1nlversltJ' slmpller and more uniform hunt- and smaller than *'' +
I win which .... Smoother
practically for the
Rem .1' I I 0 Ing season, coming year,
m to fruitless! Twice In an many seasons Louisville finished assured the Sallflshera of the D..1., I I I I I .... """-' of Florida's summer cross-section other lines of equal test ,
ton ...d... .. 1 I I S ... Intramural athletic program got a survey being conducted t-
rth In the American Association and twice did they spurt The Jaycee-Ettes, a woman's >
I Braided and processed bjr
I regular season title. A repeat TEAM .11 Ill so its >t .ju here by the State Game and ,
the playoff to edge Into the Little World Series) over Pompano would clinch no PITCHING"nth. auxiliary of the Stuart chapterof under way Monday with Fresh Water Fish Commission our special slow careful

To be sure we're not worried about Btuart's 'chances, but if I less than a flag tie. ... 'OWl., I as iw ti5 the Junior Chamber of Com what officials think will prove j shows. Early reports from questionnaires methods which insure
, vole Ute playoff matter well vote "no." It' Jesse Arnold set Sunday J. A.Id- .I 4 t0 1 .1loh. merce was' act up here at a the largest competitive field In and "
ever have a -on I'I'I the pace ; ..... .1' I a I 1:41: special meeting at I summer sports history. sent out by the com- greater strength easeof
I >tint seem quite, right. chalking up a neat six- TAn.pw. 1 I 0 toe organization mission show a variety of recommendations curing. Made la nine
a s In his Orifti. t ''S j the court house Friday night. The program Is under the direction .
1 hitter gaining fourth pitching Graham' J 1 t 4 law but the over-all tests from 9 to 90 lb.
first official meeting of the of ,
The Spurgeon Cherry
.
According decision of the season picture thus far indicates a crowIng r''
America's
Looks like the party's ever at racetracks.
group will be held at the Civic head of the"department of Intramural -
attend and banging out four straight GREENS REPLANTEDAT trend toward a uniform 'T'T9Z
r
of II such establishments' "
Associated Press survey Center at S Monday night at athletics and recrea- NORWICH LINE COMPANY '
singles at bat before finally beIng Statewide season.
ee and betting records only three show any gains over last year stopped on his last turn GOLF COURSE which time officers will be elect- tion, and will be given as partof Ben' C.. Morgan commlssior e:.. a.-4. 0, 11
high U cent In attendance and K ed and start will be made on the recreational
th declines ranging as as per a expanded '
when he fouled out to shortstop Martin Golf & Country director said the survey was '
County N. Y
r cent In wateringOne ot the three is Gulfstream Park at Clifford drawing the group' by-laws. program offered through ..the NORWICH, i --'i:
Dew who made a Club has )Just finished replantIng being conducted In an effort to set
llandale where slight gains were' noted. The folks that pour Floretta Bartlett.was' elected facilities of the College of Physical -
catch to the of
fine running retire greens without halting play, catalogue views sportsmen Sols, ) by
rlr funds Into racing's mutual window finally have discovered tth temporary chairman at the organization Education, Health and the t
Stuart in the Inning. through use of a system of temporary throughout State before LEADING HARDWARE
session attended by Athletic
it the money Isn't coming as easily as a few years previous and Except for the 3rd Inning greens. Fairways are In the commission meets Monday

amlle are considerably thinner. when Pompano sandwiched a excellent condition. Manager Adrienne Bartlett Rose Helen Csverko Ci-, For students, both men and to set dates and regulations SPORTS STORES r'r;
Phyllis Constance women the summer sports Include ,
double between .t"o tingle for Raymond "Earl" Smith today for the 1947-48 hunting season.
verko, Alice Ann Mathers'Jo tennis singles and doubes! ly I; +
'You baseball fan dont forget those ballots for the' annual t two runs Arnold hurled shutout thanked the attending patronsfor Ann Constance, Lydia Houston
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bowling and handball. Competition ,
ball and held the home teamto t
that cooperation.
Now
ajar League all-star In Chclago next month. Auerbach.
game and Florence Women
will' be In an all-campus
section of the stars that shall play (except for the pitchers) has three widely scattered singles Rebuilding of the club'house between the ages of 19 and 38 league. In addition to the competitive "DINE and DANCE"SEYMOUR'S
over the last six Innings. In Is nearing completion, and the
tn handed back to Joe Fan It will be interesting to see just how Inclusive who "Interested! In program recreational
addition he fanned six batters
,
1 to the
building open public
will of the opportunity that's been cried lorl such a civic body are Invited to \ .
my take advantage swimming planned for stu-
walked only one and was backedby from I a. m. to It p. m. The AT k'dI
,11 decade. The fan Is on the spot and It he doesnt participate two snappy double play' both Ladles Auxiliary meets there attend the Monday meeting and dents faculty and employes ot

has no comeback If the stars he follows sit out this "dream of which he started. Pompanonever each Wednesday., with luncheon Join the auxiliary the university.

ne." Ballots should be sent directly to the 'Chicago Tribune got a man past second followed by an afternoon ot golf cee-Ettes Primary will objective be civic of enterprise the lay- Feature of the summer pro-I INN

Ich, sponsor the game. base after IU scoring third. and bridge. Golf club rentals rather than social entertainmentand gram will be a sports Instruc-

Eight men went to bat for sale of golfing equipment and cooperation with the men's tional clinic In tennis bowling TASTY DELICIOUS FOOD J I
Stuart In the opening round of clubs handledby
PARKS GETS BID servicing are body In its projects Mrs. Bart- and handball prior to the cham-

LADES LEAGUEEETING TO UMPIRES BODY with three a run four-hit and providing outburst netting Arnold Smith. lett stated The organization plonslhp playoffs.MACK Mixed Drinks-Beer on Draft _

meeting was addressed by'Jaycee -
'Arthur J. Parks, former profes- with enough margin to win be- for three-hits and two runs In representatives Paul Young HEAR GENE ON THE SOLOVOX 4 1 #

SET sional baseball player and well- fore the host got a look at his the Sth and was replaced by Bartlett.
and Howard
Known tor his umpiring actlvl-, slants. A single by Woody Munch ErwIn Robertson in the 9th. 4 STEAKS and SEAFOODOUR

ties here reported Tuesday he and shortstop Bud Kink's bob The box core: 1

ha been tendered an application ble of Bob Barren's roller,put I STUART SAILFISHERSContinued SPECIALTY

'meeting of the tight manners for membership In the National two men abase with one (:ut. n ._. AB. i a i H i PO I A I IBklpn 5"t I
of the East Coast Glades Association cf Umpires in Wichita Harris Lowery promptly drove, Munch. Ik .. ...'. I I I I Iln Jensen Bench SEYMOUR GIDEON
I .r.m Ik ......_... ..:? I Ir I One) A l I'
ague entries will hold a pre- Kan., and expects to be accepted both home with a tremendous H..II01. ... ...... ... t I I ( from page ; I Owner + l
haughnessy play-off meeting In the Immediate future. three base hit to left center but I L::mr ." .,.._.... .: ii 1 i i i t.i national finals In Wichita Kans. .
0
s i
i Lake Worth June 30, It was' Park' .said the membership the Stuart slugger pulled a )fail aH..q .... .1 I l f i In this latter meet 28 teams are Supreme Silk'
ported muscle rounding first base and H. AraoM ...Zl entered including Champions of
Tuesday by Stuart member to umpire any
entitles
nager John N. Mann who. Is game in a organized baseball short was forced to retire when he Ben, s.t ..._ :: .::1 I I I 1 I I I IGrakaai Irarauaan Florida, Washington, Oregon. BAIT CASTING LINE I j''

toning to attend. Leagues and he stopped on third. Elmer Gra 1 rf .. ..._,. I t IH.I.I. Oklahoma,. Kansas, California, TASTY DELICIOUS FOOD
of the Major ... .lb.-.4 0 111 I I
Principal Item for discussion has an-opportunity now to of- ham's single brought home, J. .Araala a _, .., .... I 4 J I I New York, Texas and 20 Inter- The World'*fineit Bait Casting

I"1 M the lineup tot the play- ficiate In, the! annual semi-pro Lowery'i courtesy runner. with, 4iiiiiii. state champions. The national. tine. smoother and YOUR FAVORITE DRINKSt. <

!"< next month and what must tournament, next August' In the Inning's third score. _B.IU4 far Aramr, .la Ilk.' meet Is Aug. 12-23. stronger ,- waterproofedby
* done Singles by Arnold and war- aiB.lud far H. Arnold la Itk
about the
!ames that could make postponed.a diirronce Wichita. ren Bhlpes, a sacrifice and an- POMPANO"AlaKPoAI NEW SUMMER SCHEDULEIn World's our Recordofa: :;:':;I T1ie Ib.. Lucie BarLine

In the playoff particlpat 2 BASEBALL TEAMS other miscue by Klrik added two Rebin.o. a1 IH' ::2 : 1. 4 Sinat.t..re : : ..lewIf\ widely expressed 18 Ib test .
Of the five ASKED TO FISH FRY more Stuart run in the 2nd.' T.rpon'on sn
game post"Jned "" of "streamlined"-
so far But in the Pompano. 3rd, Fred !i.f.: 4/ : 1 a 1 approval a line was, made with a Black
three hU, In- ;
and base- ,S I 1 S S IVlaaaat vice Initiated last Sunday the
Stuart
""Hved third place Pahokee Who The Pompano Robinson singled with one, out,' 'rf .. .. '4 t i I I 1 Church's Sunday Pearl Li.n"'NORWICH. of Choice LIQUORS, WINES
ball teams are Invited to be the sowe. tt ... 1 Methodist
" cored minute later on Emmett -
assurer of a playoff spot ai- of St. Joseph's Catholic I a Klrlk' ia-lk .. : I I : j I I morning starting hour will remain
hough which'one is the guests Richardson's t.wo. base aihkrb .... .... I I I' 1 tD summer UNE COMPANY and CORDIALS
qu Church at fish try to be .. .. ... .. i iI at 10:45: through the -
a I I I 4
'0n. smash to left center, and he In *. ..
Also a knotty affair i II the at the Log Cabin Sunday af Wait"' '. .. ... ...... .. t. I I i iis season with conclusion by tt4& .**f-.e r* *

'HJrth place sltuatlpn, where non after the teams' game held. titan( scored on pitcher Jake I -I '7'ii iicii e 11:30: it was announced Tuesday NOR ICII, I.To -, -- -- -

"w* are virtually tied starts at 3 n. The fry Wralnes' single through the left eeoe N ..,......' by the Rev. W. O. Aldrldge + s
'"d|J only one of which ben p. side of the infield. .. 0t l III--S loW a>r
the can are 5 to 1 p, m. and the \ However Wralnes, who had PO PANG ; .Ml Ml ..osaarm .church p..tor.Mr. Aldrldge will The Marine Room
._ playoffs 1 I. Invited at a charge ot 65 cent, settled down,t In the 3rd Inning H.rnll a b.tld Low.re 0.; e.o a., M.neb Rkhud t. speak Sunday morning on "SteP- LEADING HARDWAREand
for adults and 39 cents for child' Wrae.i .. T" =ON.Rkhanl'She. hen the Most Christian Man in
Add awe after the first two bad Innings _
I .sea. h/0-Iwwre. ru the Bible" and on "The Ascension -
EREEIyou o4 Stomach ren. suffered'another relapse In the r.n0--514.01 PMN. L Sect e1 'SPORTS STORES
*
pww .
A meeting of the St.Joseph'i kaaw+0er.rt V, PaaTliaaa"'l.:: SUlaiI. of Jesus" at the I p. m. Sunday .. make'
and Munch Brooks will
t11cers4lndlR '"louibg> l CM Hnnban. ..Icbi.",. Men's! Society' to make I singled In succession. with one AraaW ta .=. k> Makjknr, I. Ara-.
Ladles Society old U klatala. aarlflM.oeh.
<"***. ads > /rw Mmpto pi UTXA will be held out and hit Harrell with a pitch Slraokont-*r / AraoU tr kr WralMS. < ITHE'
n4 Sra j M plans for the supper so Andy ),4ontiometJ.eam. over kit, Mantr..rp I., kf aokartaaa I. drinks to
lamesseinspemphi.t at' tomorrow sue kail. off J. Anal aft your
at the Rectory aa I. TAVERN
base to the next DIXIE
from first pitch
STUART DRUG I. Hit k> eltcNe--be Wralaai :
CORP.. night rl"H.u: : .
a/f
I 2/3 Innings. Montgomery finished ) Raat aaa fclta- WraliMi
that and the next three Sri 1 .t; U/1 /lii/ -s..,off Mat aff "o.k.. AND. COCKTAIL LOUNGE liking
Inning without allowlnaan- ...I aa4 I .I. I san.. .. la-1'la> "leh. < your
r, -wniaw. U.pkw-.MoCkss.a ... IS Miles North of Stuart On Federal Hi-Way 1'IF .
other Stuart run, but was tagged ,,_ __.... Ji
Lyons :Imperial .........--.... J" T YOU ARE WISHING FOR A GOOD PLACE TO

EAT and DRINKYOU ..

"THE JINX"BEER WILL FIND A ""TASTE TREAT" AWAITING .

.Service Station' I 'LUNCH4 YOU. SUPERB WINES AND LIQUORS, PREMIUM \
SOFT DRINKS DELI. Open. at 5\i'P' M
617 :'S.. FtxUral Highway, Stuart; Florida BOTTLED BEER. HOT PLATE LUNCHES, '" ,

(Across UMS Bride in the Be.wy Addition) SPECIALCHICKEN CIOUS SANDWICHES' SERVED IN OUR.COCK. I '

FIN SHAKE INTHE WORLD'' 'TAIL LOUNGE. .

((2 :o ,25c ON FRIED BUN'Srsd25cOast STEAK SANDWICH! Open. From 10:00 A.M. ON WEEK DAYS ..

Regular Guoll GaL, ..22.90 I FOR A GOOD TIME| VISIT
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Ethyl iMHUrttyL: ._Hr :.... ..r..24.tl! 3 V.'.Mil.' North of Stuart Fed. No. 1 THE: DIXIE TAVERNBILL t

OMB.AH Night Every Night YOU CAN'T BEAT THE JINX Victory Hotel tM&g,

"AMBUfolHS. AND CUBE STEAKS-.A.* Good. Ope Sundajr Noon Till 2.00 A.. M.. COLSON, Pn>pf' .
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PAGE FOO\ THE STUART NEWS, STUART Martin County. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JUNE W 1Mii .. .

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\ : activity of R. 0 Titus. I iiiiiiiiiiiimiimitiiiiHiiimiiiiiimiiiu miles south which

I ; State Pallo Worker Is Guest rens with Commission special will emphasis be presented on-I 250 ATTENDEDKEY I No Rdise Due ',chief Seven of report applied farm forester forestry workedover Obitdi 'rieIunitIIlIiiinliinll'1u11tlinnHltinilfil would proximately mean 300 death:fJL.

:, ', how the work of these agenciesties 71928 acres and markedfor operating there MuiTJ I

h1 Jr' ; County Chapter's MeetingMarlon In with the foundation program At Post OfficeIn cutting 1.669,000 board fret GEORGE!: 5. HUDSON ins death knell to \ttZl
I ? HEARINGIN of timber and 108 cords Pro George 8 Hudson 44, died< of dustry which suppgl1\ !
I II ducts harvested from' 2,918 acres a heart attack Tuesday at his number of peoPle J'J
j ), 1; I ? T. Jeffries, Orlando, portance of the chapter sending I Mrs McQueeney reported on; Box Rents of timber Including 2315000 home la Canton, N:0, 'EM! had by giving them i off]

\ f' State representative of the ,Infantile representative to the State the expenditures of setting up BELLE GLADE board, feet of sswlogs, 1,036 cords not,been 111 and! had recently come,

( Paralysis Foundation, education meeting In Tampa the new East Coast Polio Centerat I '" of pulpwood, 1856 poles and visited, with his wife and daughter "'I mOlt sincerely
G : Inc? and Mi*. Ruth a Me- June 28-27 and Miss Flora Mae St Mary Hospital and PineRidge I In contradic'ii; of a spread- pilings, 1,046 cross ties and 699\ Martha, In Stuart as guestsof tlw: Committee to IDciro

'1 ,k Queeney executive secretary' of Stanley, county school Hospital Colored I In West More than 250 persons were Ing belief taht Post Office box barrels. of crude gum Commodore and Mrs. Stanley small sum in the Ap
I the Palm' Beach Count' chapter 'was selected to attend Palm Beach where patients of present at a five-hour hearing rents may be Increased Post Hitching Mr and Mrs Hud Bill Certainly U1e
of the Martin the eight counties will be treated master Ralph W Hartman stated Condition
tl were guest
I ti any members of the, nurlle'l for Improvements In flood con son had been regular winter of the oonntq",
I County chapter at the annual\ committee who can Join She stated that, after the trol In the Everglades held at yesterday that no such hike 285 X-RAYED .visitors, here for a number ofeara. so serious that tha

I I. \ ,'' 'meeting Friday ,night .at the Robert L. Bennett of Initial cost of obtaining equip- the American Legion hall In Is contemplated here althoughsuch would effect Its loHm.
,, court house. ment and supplies, the capita raise lire reported to have
i Springs, Oa., and other prom per Belle Glade yesterday' The hearing I Continued From Page One) you compare the m
. \ assessment of the counties will I occurred In. some east coast localities. ( 7elgnera
w
I ; The scheduled election of officers inent physicians experienced In I. on proposed work which ROGERSREPORTSContinued are giving for retie I
\ was postponed far( lack of be much less In the future. Prom with Mrs,, Ted and the
s, the treatment of polio will be will be a War Department development were X-rayed two,!
a i a quorum, but ,a round-table discussion on the program The programsof Jan 1 to May 30 17 patients had 'was conducted by The Postmaster pointed out Chambers, Mrs. Joyce Davis, Greece and Turkey,
i'" I o{ the new eightcountysetup : the State Board of Health bten cared for at the center, she Harold A. Scott of the U. a that rents, are based solely on Mrs McDonald, Mrs. Walter "Let do something

r f.. was held. Vocational Rehabilitation Service reported at a cost of $1702 to Engineers office In Jackson the business of the local office Brunner and Mrs. Joe Woods assisting ( From Page One) homefolks along will 1e,

i \ Jeffries emphasized the Im and Florida Crippled Child1' the chapters. Each chapter pays vllle. and that no thought had been : In Salerno Monday 223 affords \the only entrance Into roprla DI.r.
for the hospital and nursing'! A brief discussing Martin given the Idea despite numerous were X-rayed with Mrs W. P the ocean from the St. Lucia

care'' of Its own patients. Martin County viewpoint on the situation Inquiries regarding It. Wilbar, Mrs Clem Mathers, Mrs and Indian Rivera and for boats ,
_
---tire--one---$ County paid $520 or I wa* presented at this The Post Office reported near- Harry Homlar and Miss Edith passing up and through the

: cents cost per capita of for the InItial hearing by the five-man delegation ly all denominations of the current Earle assisting and Costello cross-State canal from Stuart to

: setting up the from here Included were Presidential Issue oL stamps Williams and Victoria Blatch Fort Myers, and for the peopleof
white and colored centers, It County Commissioners O O still In stock despite the Post aiding with the colored and In this community unless they

: SUPER VALUE DAYSPURCHASE was The reported local chairman D. Qulnllven and C M. Fletcher, Office' Department decision Indlantown Tuesday 159 were go some 20 milts north or 40
Capt. Mayor Phil Pence, County Road two months ago to cease printIng X-rayed with Mrs.-O D. Haia-
B. Hearn, stated that
\ : a future denominations. It was Huddle, Mrs.
r Superintendent A. A. Hendryand many way Mrs. Stephen
will be
called for elec.
meeting H. B. Kraft, manager of the also reported yesterday that no Joseph Simmons, Mrs. I, P ROTARY CLUB
J lion of officers for the
new year Chamber of Commerce, stocks of commemorative Issues Clements and Mrs. Penson assisting -
STUART Nil
SMI
: S _JCmphasized at this hearingwas remain except the most recentIn M..u w.*.*" Hill
; ZONING CHANGE the fact that no decisions honor of Americas doctors I All who missed the unit when }. CHISHSHOL M'S CHILL
FRED STAFFORD
\>. .."'"\ could be made now and that the and that stock in so limited as It was In the outlying communities "_"_-

Value session was called\,only for sub- probably' to be exhausted by the are urged to take advantage I JAMES PEGKAM, SM.WIVU .
An 11.95 !
Iv I mission of briefs and work dis- week end. The new small-sized of it in Stuart.
: S SEEN HERE FOR
cussion. Among the speakers 5-cent airmail Issued three I-==- =_=-===-- -----
were Dade County Engineer months ago still U not In stock 1
Rader, Col. A. B. Jones of the | here as a result of a continued / ANA MomUI Of MIMKINt MIl '

NEW CHURCHESZoning Miami' Chamber of Commerce, supply of the old special de- ALCOHOLISM

I R. V. Allison of the Belle Glade livery-sized Issue, but the new
Experimental Station and Rufus 10-cent foreign airmail en- .....filly.. TneNd .an ow W.... of ............

\ Board of Adjustment Jones of the Belle Glade velope Is available and a supply WHITI write CROSS$0, M1.neefle1 HOSPITAL.

Will Meet At City Herald of the new migratory bird 12. Con"! Avenue St. ........./. Pie.
Hall July 7 The Martin County' brief appears "duck" stamps for the year beginning -
I on the editorial page of July 1 are expected here

A rhange In the "Zoning A" The Stuart News today, within a week.SURVEY. ,

district, now restricted to one- Abstract
Service
family residences, to allow lANDS. SHOWS
CRARY 1
church construction la probable
Heavyweight
when the Zoning Board of Adjustment PROMPTNESS ACCURACY c6uRT 5V

'meets at city hall at (Continued From Page! OKe)
ALUMINUM WARE- 10 a. m. Monday, July 7. i 110 SEEKINGJOBS
I Abstract and Title Insurance
The Catholic Church It Is understood and at the State hospital for the Co., Inc

1\\ has applied for a permit Insane at Chattahoochee In
99 to build a new church on both places, he said when goodIs IN COUNTYOnly of
1\t 6 Block 7 of Fourth Street and being done for the State as 'i.
Six-Piece Set local Presbyterians plan a structure a whole the number of Inmates STUART FLORIDA

for the future on Block 2 far exceeds the number for
81 of the 110 apPlicants'In 10 Victory Arcade Fran Quissenberry Free.
1." e 1 H-Qt. Saucepan c 9-Inch Skillet at the east end of Osceola Ave. whom the facilities were Intended Martin County seeking Jobs ,

f k e 3Qt. Saucepan a 11-Inch Skillet The Presbyterians have not as For a rich State like this through the Stuart office of the
yet applied for a permit, but the one these two Institutions are
I
.
4-Qt. Saucepan and Cover Florida State Employment Service -
two matters are being considered disgraceful Crary emphasized
This Is not ordinary 'sale" merchandise Every piece now to clear the decks for as he cited the Gainesville situation are receiving unemployment
benefits, Horace B
compensation
is extra heavy, pure aluminum with bright mirror the religious Institutions where 20.years ago the 1,800
Jones, of the office
manager ,
I finish outside, satin finish Inside and special, safety.grip 'students at the time went well the
In
a t DISCUSSES said today discussing employment
: .bakellte bandies, Limited' quantities. -shop.. I MOORE with the facilities offered but I situation In this, area NOTICENOTICE
I BENEFITS TO VETS not so the 7 000 of (May. And,
Compensated unemploymentIn
'II'I' he added, the situation Is
\ I' All types of governmental wors- this county during the weekending
benefits available to veterans ened by the school being made I May 31, registered as out
Coleman Home & Auto co-educational which
were discussed by George H. means I of work through no fault of their is
'att the more students there. hereby given that dog license -FSHIjm.IHITlI
Moore officer In charge of the own and available for suitable ,
Exclusive I He enunciated the treat valueto
veteran contact'office at Fort employment, were classified as:
I MARTIN COUNTY DEALER I be derived by the county from 'will become due and
I Pierce, In an address to mem- the professional and managerial payable on July 1st
,
bera of Harold Johns post of State-sponsored county one, clerical and sales, three .
Stuart, Fla. P. O. B. 1317 the .Health. 'unit and pointed out two aew.e .. mad., a woe.
of Legion at the Civic Center I service, two; skilled four; semiskilled at the' City Clerk's office City Hall.
t '. that-this county would have the ,
_____ friday night. gadded advantage of the cost beIng one and unskilled four. p-. .N .d.wind.. .ter m.
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shared In a three-county letup count According there Is to one the Job most opening recent Licenses are $1.00 each for either mate or and a .pleseo. u1h..... WI

with Indian River and St. steal. ....... dell. s4 d
listed the office.
at local

: m State Lucie would Counties be putting and that In more the While there were no place- female dogs. f you wt.yI./ -
1 :
; {c money than the .county. FSES ments office made In through May 69 the veteransand Stuart,

He outlined the facts about the
w 1 n1 Everglades National Park to 51 non-veterans Including CITY OF-STUART C. & E. WALK
10 women were still seeking em- : ,
1 '14 show how It was "good business"for JewelersOsceola
ployment at the beginning of :
the 2000000 appropriationfor By L. B. Euri<
June This labor supply Is comprised ;
the park to be passed by this '
chiefly of clerical and "'3 Ave.
Legislature because the Federal City,Clerk. .
sales, service, skilled and unskilled
Government, he said. la ready to Florida I
Stuart
pour $10,000,000 into it and makeit ,
LlllllderallTHE Statewide unemployment compensation
a tremendous tourist attract
payments amountedto (
ion as soon .as the State can
$131189 and were made to
acquire ownership of all lands
Involved. (419 persons during the week
ending May tl These do
figures
However, Senator Crary put I .
'
COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC HOME LAUNDRY particular stress on the fact that not Include allowances paid 16
I' 19,467 unemployed veterans from
the A '
great number of demandsfor CHECKING ACCOUNHELPS
funds being placed on the Federal funds which were $326.-
044 during the same period.
State must be balanced by more .
ways of raising revenue and thatIf Jones Is encouraging employ
4 3mtr ers to list ill Job openings with
r dV people expect appropriations the Florida State
Employment
q.
tt to be approved they must realize FIGURE
Service so maximum employ YOUR
that revenue also, must be collected -
Either the demands must ment can be obtained in the

be cut or new taxes put on, the community Job orders and applications '
for Jobs should be
speaker said and the
people made at the F8ES office located
must make the
choice.
The club board of directorsIn I at Thursday the court,!mornings.house ere oil INCOME TAX,

special session
approved a
ROTO-DRIER t" GREATER cApACITY resolution to be sent the County Job orders will be taken over '
7 1
? telephone 508, Fort Pierce. ,
r Commission
lei asking for the establishment -
of the health .
county
LANDS GIVEN FFA .
W "
unit which previously has been
Tallahassee, June 1 -(ENS)
more or less rejected by the com-
Approximately 101624 acres of
mission In favor of the pre8l'I1tsetup
State-owned lands located In

reportedly which feel the is commissioners satisfactory 42 counties are being made avail How Much Did H' Cost You Last Year, Because -
able without cast to chapterof

chairman George and Keith Introduced was program Crary for the reforestation Florida Future projects Farmers, Staet of Failure to List Proper Deductions'

The club had
ti e' 'bv two ,uesta. Schol yesterday fiupt Colin, English said for Contributions and Allowable Expenses?

English said the chapters
c a )f. the school-boy-farmer organization .

i the land could for an receive Indefinite leases period for If JOg keep a record all the) ,ear in your check took, It U highly .

STUARTSINCE providing only that they madesufficient probable that you can' save yourself a cons,e orabll amount when ">*

use of the* tracts, come la, time-'roll, aroiind ty having .< mp1ete, Mandy record from

4 4' 1112' WOODLAND OWNERS" which to make ,'
Wow.4 74 Q up your return ,.
GET BOOST IN MAY

Tallahassee, June W-Farm

Foresters of the Florida Forest .- Isn't Thin A Suggestion for YOU? '" V '\ tAct
,
eWas Service assisted 79 woodland

13ttat Juilt td IA "JdfA vj r 1r I owner to make $58400 off their on it now .by opening a Personal ,
timberlands
during May according ->
{' SpeelalheRentals to the monthly project or Regular Checking Account atf thia I Bank.
r
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: wveF-and every wsoksad MM of prtKM. All yea it b putwe're WE ,guY ,;
@ Hiinmt Lawderallsloths h, :soap ud:. lip s switchLean.the -- Jimk,

New, completely automatic derail. does. everything else! lulomduMllr, wrecked ears, ,scrap' CITIZENS BANK 'STUARTMember

.lone linndry It s seared I smash. hit with wash, double. ring,* and spin drive dadiMkouwwivM Per Information copper and brad. OF (

straight' MTMI the minify for dewy. huh, reedy. far DM jmt.. DM I mat '_ I ,

41 a' -tt In sparkling alas web. radts'ita Mewmy this ,featured. MlrMlwa. SM it today, Mr Real Estate Insurance SISCQ'SAUTO : The F'ederalReserve System, and Federal! rwpo H InsuranceCorporation.\ .

Write er'See PARTS


Martin County Electric ,Co. JOHN. TAYLOR: South Dixie: l Highway: e The Bank df Personal, "Serples. *

I Oteeela IIld,. Phone llU Fort FkretlPhont!

STUART I *! ,129 ...
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DEHON BUILDING PHONE 81' J. W. KELLER, Mf, "

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THE,']UAaT NEWS; STUART, Martin County, FLORIDA, THCTISDAT, ItJ'NI.U, ht8. PAGE,.FIfl..
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urn- Iij,111tHflllNOtltl, tilnn H1lntit tit Mr. and'Mri. Bert Sword and Hobe Sound called on Mr. and Bible school beside Mn. Burgess a visit to their old hometown, his hometown of Racine Wls.) death'of a brother Before returning .
Children, Orrtn\ and Hilda. Mr. Mn. O. D. Quigley Sunday 215 ENROLLEDIN were Mrs. H. W. Munch, Mrs.A. Mildford, Conn They also will After a visit there with relatives to Florida Mr. Wicker, I'1 i; ;1
SALERNO NEWS and Mri. H. T. Metzger and Evelyn Terry Is vlalUng her. S. Blair, Sara Rollins L C. tour the new England States Miss Miller will spend the greater I his sister Anne and two nieces 4 JJI I I
children Herby and Doris Crane cousin, Fay Wray Skinner, In Klckllter, C W. Long Arnold before returning to St. Louis part 0 fthe summer In Midwest -' will take a motor trip to Alaska 1.
By MRS. 6.:U. WlCLEt.jiiiiiiiMiiiiiHimiMiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii and I. J. Raulerion of Fort Miami this week. VACATION Bauer and Jim Harrell. The where they now reside. Laterin auto travel before returning Wicker Ie representative at j.. f
. I I I Myerc, were dinner Sunday character stories the will makean to Bradenton to make her U
I I I I I I I I guests Donald Terry returned Sunday during the summer they large for the Mutual Health and '1.
Charlei' Conrad of S"aferno of Mn. Alice Drlggeri and from Tallahassee after a-week worship period each morning extended Western trip, They home, Accident Insurance Company of ,I, I
Mm. wal hostess at a family. there. BIBLE SCHOOL were told by the Rev. Charles A. have been winter residents of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bell Eda- Omaha. .1''
Shore Mn. E.: B. Aunt and children Carrier the Rev. W. O. Aldridge Edenlawn for many seasons and son of Marlbel Plantation hadas Mr. and Mn.Don J.Romancllo- ,4 ,.
pinochle party at her home June of Miami are spending this week] Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Coolie and arid the Rev. Phil Manvsll. anticipate Coming again next evening guest Friday Mr. and Infant eon left Eldred Weds ,
tl OuesU were MM. Pete Shores, with her mother, Mri. A. L. son, Buddie, of Stuart called on II -- Refreshments for the last. day fall. and Mrs. Leland Hubbard ot nenday for their usual summer "iji ,;
Andernun Brown, Mr. and Mrs. J. L> Terry Sunday. Commencement to Be Held of the school will be furnishedby Walton .I,',
of HObe Bound, Mn. John and family. 1 Miss Peggy Collier\ daughter stay at Port Chester N. Y. and j sIn
*l Salerno Mri. Miss Margaret Slanted returned -: Kathryn Scotten who is a Tomorrow at Baptist the Stuart Drug Companyand of Dr and Mri. Ca Collier, Mr and Mrs. T. i L.: Houseman the Catsklll mountains.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMlllnilllllllllllllll. I, ,
Chandler and Mrs Rai- to Tallahassee after two' senior at Emory University ChurchA Bruner's Pharmacy. regular winter residents of Eden- of Bewails Point were host\ at '
Wart Mortetuen of Salerno. First weeks here visiting her parenta, School of Nursing Is spending I lawn, \Is now In Staunton Va., ''a cocktail party June 11 complimenting i ) J".t 4 :
pose was won by MM. Pete Mr. and Mn W. D. Blanton. two weeks with her parents, Mr. : record enrollment of SIS w.a COUNTY BOND SALES visiting Miss Mary Pancake Who their house guests, I" CARD OF THANKS '1. ,
and second prize by Mri. Margaret will go to summer and Mrs. P. J. Scotten. reached In the annual Vacation TOTAL UJS5S IN MAY will be remembered here from Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Schraub- '"" : II
Mary phorse Chandler' After games re-' school so she can finish In col- Callers at "Scottens Sundaywere ,Bible School which closes to- Total sales of E. F and Q savings her visit to Miss Collier These! starter, the former Mickey Rogers We wish to express our "tn- ;, "it., '1'. t. l AI
tiwhmertU were enjoyed. lege next year, Mr and Mn. R. O. Dick, morrow. The commencement bonds in Martin County girls were school companionsand from New York. Others invited I cere sympathy to our many f I' tl ,' '
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson returned Fort Pierce Mr. and Mrs. John I program wilt be held In the Baptist during May was $13.152, it was Closely allied with Red Cross I for the occasion were their friends for the floral offering I : t t,
0. Church at '.30 p. m. tomor- work In one-time neighbors, Mr. and and many acts of kindness rendered '
home after spending Scotten Mr and Mrs. Ken- reported this week by the savings Germany. ,.
Toda,'* Milk Today three months In Cofleld, N. C., neth Nix Mr. and Mrs. R. D. row with the public invited.A bonds division of the Treasury Dumon Merwln and Arthur I Mrs. Robert Buchannon, of the following the recent death :' I' .t'i "
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merchant and daughters Helen I statement by Mrs.. Ed. Bur Department In Jacksonville. Of Phillips were in West Palm estate All Serene, now residents I.of our father, Frank L. tPmer.
Producedand H. L, Wllllami. and Tura Jean, of Lake Part, geM, principal, indicates this this total, $10,558 was In B: bonds Beach Sunday as dinner and I of West Palm Beach; Mrs. i. D.! THE ULMER FAMILY, "J/I 'IIllill I
Mri. E.: o. Pank of Fort, Pierce Jack Thomas and Paul Wheatof I has been the finest Bible School alone the report noted. supper guests of Mr. Phillips McCarley.. West Palm Beach: JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillilllni111111111N1111 ,
spent Sunday here with. her ( West Palm Beach ever put on by the churches of I: bond sales in Florida total- parents, Mr. and .Mrs. H, A. John Bird, Fort Pierce and Du- "1. 'I
Pasteurized brother, George Osborn and I. Stuart In the 10-day teaching ed $3,502,743, and total sales for Phillips mon Merwln and Arthur 'Phil 1 '
Mrs. Osborn.Mr. NEW MANAGEMENTAT period/ the pupils received more the State in May amounted to Coming' Into the Edenlawn lips ot Edenlawn. Later this TOPS M : : l'/!
In Martin County and Mn. Orman Eggleston VICTORY BAR 'I Bible Instruction than In a one- $6,012.106.ilillillllIIIIIIuIIllllllltllllillllllllllllli. colony Tuesday for a four-day', company enjoyed dinner and .i. r
attendance in Sunday 1 r 1 d t tI !
year at Hoots.
wen dinner guests Sunday of AND MARINE.ROOMJohn I : visit was Arthur Phillip's sister' dancing
Barat's Dairy Mr and Mrs. J, C. Morn of St. i School. Mn. J. D. McCarley of West Mr. and Mrs.'Karl H. Burg-
Lucie Inlet Farms. M. "Jack" Dili, who came 'Children In the beginner. NEWS OF Palm Beach. *, graf of Blue Heaven of Eden I t j'j'I
Mr.and Mrs.L.E.DeLoach and here originally from Fort Pierce, department, ages .-8. hud as are on vacation at put-In-Bay
P. o. BOil 1042 Stuart family of Stuart and Mr. and and has been' associated 'with their theme "Ood's Helpers"and Indian River Redwood cottage at Edenlawn on Lake Erie. Mr. Burggraf Is a (I
has leased for the winter
Mn E.: J. Arnold and Jean of the' Horseshoe nad Lighthousebars used songs pictures and scrip Drivel been native of thls'sectlon and plans
i Mrs. J, season to Dr. Rutherford who have been revealed for much .
-- has taken over the man- ture' aa teaching aids. B'IV A
-- agement of the Victory Bar. He r. Boone superintendent had will bring his two nieces, Helen entertaining among members of 4 4FOR ?, ','I. \,
SAW See UsFor Is a member of the Legion and as her helpers Mrs. Arthui De IIIIIIIIIIHIIIMIHIIIIIHIIIHIIIIIHIiminil and Florence Rutherford, with his family, The also will visit '"
the Moose, him Mrs. Fred Hall Mrs Joe : him. Dr. Rutherford Is a frIend In Cleveland, their former lioma. '
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Radspln- I
of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Conklin + j'
and has been Backus Mn. Arnold Bauer Mrs. a'' Forming a congenial, dinner i
: Repairs A C. Brooks who who
do ... ..G. l;.. .. .. --ry? connected with first-class ban Walter Davey Ann pittman, ner number from of Richmond yean ago, Va.purchased% of Sauk Centre, Minn., and lives and dance party at Club Mack HOME CANNING Mi" <
SERVICE |ipr Parts In England and the United Peggy Ulmer Mary Melle Suegone around 600 ft. of river frontage 1 In proximity to that place. in in Verne Beach -Saturday night ZINC CAPS *Pe : |
Lurline We hear the Conkllngs 'are Helen Eden
Elizabeth Burgess were Miss Rynskl ;
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States, and on ocean passenger adjoining<< the Childs property In .. "
the New England States and Bewails / Ie owl *" Ie u..I.le i ,'
Parker, Miss Annette
Green and Jean Forey
liners,, has taken over manage- to .. .. .. ... I I
Walton, are making plans : '.. .tl.. ,WIN .fc ld prW.r. | 1 Ij.
ARNOLD BAUER ment of The Marine Room. The two primary departments, build a home on his site Had- have Just visited the Rev. and Point; Miss Katherine Eiiwy, .- ..,,,....-ll TlMM nltabk sips f I \ { I
Frank Felton will manage! the ages<< 8-8 had as superintendents spinner Is In charge of Chesapeake Mrs. Loring Chase at Northfleld Walton; Walter' Tucker, Braden ._ hoM ....... -,- f j
Mass. Rev, Chase was for a and John ., .. .. _, '
Boulevard Phone 142-W Mid Wilson McClure and Mn. Insurance ton; Harry Jennings y Smote 110., >* U I* IVM
two and Ohio -
St. Lucie dining rooms In the Victory Railway
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Charles Jackson. The youngstersIn number ot years pastor D. Ensey of Walton. .pl. '.4. te t> wf I
in the Richmond section. tAI
Building Palm City church. This week Going to Sebastian lost Tues .bttri. flayed-h.e oe.h..ea + i
this learned a
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age group .
Mrs. Karl I, Scott of Atlanta
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BUILDING reXMITSf verse of Scripture, for every let- lister of Mrs. John Dolvln of will find the Con kilns visiting day to attend the Sebastian Sun- YOUI OIOC.'S I 1 ." I.
ter of the alphabet. Other helpers Mrs. Conklln'l mother In Dowa- day School picnic and to bring 1 ''I
II... M.r> Binning, RNtnhte. < the drive and Mri. E. C. Regis '
Park, tol 1. Block .. IK be 1 K ft r<:Hfformd : were Mrs. R. T. Jackson Mrs. ter, was honor guest at luncheon glac. Mich. their daughter Katherine horn: t : .
CENTRAL MARKETMEAT ennnnt..nd..... tixiervt Monk fruit Durant Fulton Mrs. R. O. Sharp, and bridge June 11 at Indian Prior to a trip to Bradenton from a visit there. Mr. and Mrs. \ 1
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tor W'10''' D. .ne. 1.111<'0I.. ...... Elaine Ulmer Minnie Louise Hills Golf and Country Club. to look after property Interests, \!.. R. Ensey were accompaniedby
..."...Meale4 II.t .al.ek' 1.Ildin.'. foe. lYN.BREAD.-mnd.Ynf. _. Green and June Matousek.An Invited for the occasion were I Miss Jessie -Miller, recently resigned Harry Jennings and Donald
Interesting feature of the Mrs. I. O. Bishop, Mrs. Lucille supervising principal of Ensey. I'
two Junior departments, ages Goldsmith Mn. A. C. Simmons the Fprt Pierce elemental Mrs. Barbara Ferson had as
PRODUCE and GROCERIES ,
schools feted with around dinner guests last Sunday her
activities was b .
1-12 was on missionary Mrs. E. R. EDna and Mrs. David
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of social events. nephews Billy and Walter Tucker -
In spreading the Gospel The Fee. Prize awards went to Mrs.
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COURTEOUS SERVICE Walton last wick Bradenton Mr. and Mrs. B.
a Returning to ; ai.
two superintendents, Mrs. Louise Bishop and Mrs. Scott. tt
CONVENIENTLY LOCATED2nd lIarrell and Mrs. L. C. Klckllter.were Fathers Day brought Jerry Miss Miller was Joined by her D. Fulton and sons Bonny and : jl.
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assisted by Mrs. A. O. Pitt Carter, head of the State Rail- uncle, John Miller who had John, from Stuart. 1{h ht
and Akron Joe Brooks man, Mrs. Phil I Maxwell, Mrs.J. road commission at Tallahassee,I spent the winter and spring !In (, W. Wicker has gone to

I P. Blakeslce. Mn. L. C. Moore, for a visit with his old friend the._Miller_home, for _a_trip_to-.Vidalia. ,...Oa.. called_there..by the i t tl'
Mrs. Aline Shlles Mrs. Dewey Harvey Merwln of Eden. Speaking !t '
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Mrs. J. C. Anthony, Jr, Mrs. C. of Fathers Day Jerry must
A. FMtiipvMn. W,. C. Miller, have chuckled. He has seven
Ph.of 8 Mrs. Cecil Donaldson;' Mrs. C. L. IOna'all married and to many GROCERY SPECIALSBIG \
JANE DONUTS ..15cANN BogRess. Patsy Sullivan, John/ grandchildren he can't count
PARKER Miller Fulton and Mrs. Olen De- them, he ayi. \I'
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The 13-18-year-old age groupIn CLUB PARTY JUNE tt lc SPECIAL!
1'' At PAGE PEACH PRESERVERS"NABISCO the intermediate department The entertainment committeeof 1j ;;: ;
/ 1 has had for Its .theme ,"Jesus, the Walton-Eden Property I Lb. Can of Chase & Sanborn'i Both for 45F 1
t % Package The Teacher! ," and each pupil Owners Club has announced a COFFEE ((44c) and a Package of .

SHREDDED_ WHEAT' Uc lining has made the,a study note, Mrs.book In W.out-K. bingo party the for club June has 27.had We somedressing understand 8 Tender Leaf Tea Balls (le More) ....._.._...... :.0... t. :,1\il I

--- Parka had as her assistants Mn.L. up and there will be ,
CALIF. BRAND-Packed in Salad Oil C. Clements, Mrs. Ronnie fun on that date. Come andbring Get 'Em Quick | Lipton's Orane Pekoe
IS- GRATED TUNA. 6-oz Can .. .33c Cross Mrs.Joseph Brooks Donald your friends! I J
Eftftroughs and Jack Bog- BROOMS SOc TEASE; ; : 23c I
Fat MUI MUMIIC! "'.MCUKJW.Wkj) Bess. Mrs. Florene Cave and daughter Each L....
The general! officer of the Annette, left yesterday for
P HIGHEST QUALITY
A & P SUPERITE MEATS A &

LAMB-Shank Half APPLE SAUCE Can: 17C I 1 DIXIE CRYSTALS :

SHOULDER Roast, lb. 41c' RICHLAND_PRUNE_ SPECIALSFriday i PURE CANE SUGAR 5 5Lb.. .:: 47cDILL'S ,


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PLUMS "T4 24c FLY & INSECT .. PRIDE
LAMB OR VEAl-For Stuffing i
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BREAST u. 29c: Mb. I Saturday June 20-21 SPRAY Quart. .. 35c SWEET CORN 2.19c: 1:

RED Cream Style 1
LAIN BEANS lie (Half Regular Price)
END Can ,I JOAN OF ARK

PORK CHOPS 55c PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING CORN 2 a.2: 33c JACKSON'S' I .i ;' '

.. i ....._.......... ._... 16-ox.
FRESH' -p -. DEXO Crtn: 39c PORK AND BEANS 2 19c i I,

FRESH FLAVOR

BEEF LIVER 63c ANN PAGE SALADDRESSING HAPPYVALE EARLY JUNE COMSTOCK PIE 1, TTs a ''
Lb. PEAS 2 .c.t.2: 25c
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SUNNYFIELD' Pt. PEAS 2 L2: 25c APPLES 2 ::.2 35c

71c A A P CONCORD -ARM OURS I
SLICED BACON
Lb.. TREET '' 37c GEORGIA LANDTOMATOES I ,;f '

GRAPE p JUICE ,_ 25cMULLET : ..o._.._ :_ __.._._ I
PAN FISH OR 25c
2 c".2: 12 ._.. .__. .. '
OSAGE ORANGEJUICED2 _. ......... mom ,

Lb. ....'....._..-. 19c Waz PAPERR12 us'20c' 21cLORD "
:: ARMOUR'S STAR TOMATO
: ..... -_...n OVERSEA GRAPEFRUIT
DRESSED OR DRAWN.-J'/' 4-lb. Avt.65c. 1 JUICE 2 c4"L': 25cSWIFT'S ; fir
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19c :
FOWL ... CHOOSE A A P CHESTERFIELD JUICE 2 ::. .

Lb", 000 0 __n,"- 0 ._ FRUITS and VEGETABLES

CALIFORNIA STREAMS: 2 Canl.n.m.m 25c JEWEL SHORTENING 4 :; S 1 19MARKET'SPECIALS.
POSTS 12-01. Pkf. Lrg Ea. tolL .

GRAPENUTS ... 16c CANTALOPES Siae.. _... .. 25 TETLEY'S _
: %.Ib. ...

Betty Crocker-3 4os. pka. ICEBERG HEADLEnUCE TEA Pkg.MORRELL'S. '. 0 ..__:- 25c

PEA SOUP....,.......:27c. 2 ':: 27c .
d.
.... .. __. ROLLEDSAUSAGEu. .
Clappi Babies' 8-01. pkg. 1 '
CALIFORNIA ..I'

_OATMEAL ....._.. ..13c 1 45c ... ....._... 49cROLLED SWIFTS,PREMIUM BEEF VEAL SHOULDER

Sunnyfield Cello Packed PLUMS 2 Lb._.._ .-.>:. s- ROASU 59c
BOTTOM.ROUND ,69c
RIBROASTu ...
4-oi. PIr, FIRM RIPE SELECTED ; -J. -
WHEAT PUFFS ...6c '69c _______ _- (Boned and Rolled) t,t

TOMATOES'23c ...:._ ._.._ CENTER CUT i ;r
Nabisco Vanilla FRESH DRESSED AND DRAWN

WAFERS .*-..*;............29c GREEN TOPCARROTS ARMOURS POT ROAST 45c r
2. 15c Lb.. ... 0._ ._ FRYERS ?!: 69c

Sunnyfield Flour inch. ......l... ... BACON 59c
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LL- ;
5-lb Bag ....._........45c SOUTH CAROLINA STANDING RIB OLEO 39c

.85c 3 3U. 29c L.+ _
POTATOES 63c
SWEET ROAST
Lbs.. u. _---n. (Allsweel or Nucco) f
BluWhlteFLAKES..2pkg.:19c !
S. NO.1 NEW WHITE ANTHONY'S
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. 10Lha. 45c Food StoreCROMER'S !
POTATOES
Kilxuni pit cent DDT .__......_ The Complete I

,FLY' SPRAY, Pt.25 __._ MARKET l
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A-Penn Cleaning '" Economy Grocery
FLUID THE UP 'TO DATE ,gTOWt I
Gal. Can.63c
HOME OWNED, FRIENDLY OPERATED WE DELIVER. : rhen H er.Hit !i

Small CM e ttl 8. Akron Ava., WE DELIVER TMe,he>i, 141 WE ARE OPEN WEDNESDAY'ALL DAY .

SAN I-FLUSH Can 9c .1 .


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I iiiiiitiiiuiiiHiiuuiiiiiiiiiimmuiiiiiii'I miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiin/ / SOLUTION OP LAST WEEKS PUZZLE: I Dem.A_......... ft us t*-rivels. ELiu 'LEGAL ,ADVERTISEMENT JII____. =" ADYIITIlIIIIIIa' ,

I I FOR SALE WANTED ACROSS I L 04 of a oSlton* "" M fir .t. Rkbl@'his \ LEGAL NOTICE -TIC& OF FICTIT INTENTION toft I, '- TO I
vor SkUk.riM

I I :jiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMMFOR SALE. I I Remington ..22tmeraon .' I iiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiimiiiiiiimmiimiiiiiii L Corn._nice" ter asset 1. .ta. .,. P.-rSIr.i."*Edw.rd. Miller. TO AND AIL TO WHAt ALL) INTM-aTED IT KAY CONCERN PABTItotlM "==I rYttn"?14 :JIRR May- AM.tSJf
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jtfl.I I Portable Radio I ,'j WANTED TO RENT I Two-bed- L Bard water It 14a D R G.rn.e *t .. U P..1 l D. i)-**. Ira. 'km- : : i ,

1 4 4 i bat-us Moth Sail Boat. Elgin: room house or apartment Law gal..r IT ITA L u S 'h.... N S ILL Bl.b..".., Him; C.MrDomld, M X... r M. *Ronnf'. Bo.ilJo.epkln .. I l.< wUI k t** thr.: flooom.the! City: toot I'.&11. city tfsL&ffisUfoCount : :

11 I I I I I I I I Hunting Case. Watch See PaulA. I furnished for permanent residence Ce..mo.I.II, Z I IE A S T IA RII F S 1.. 1lULMoI CIo.... M.wlikl Trans'W.t HI to Jose ft rf Stuart- Flort*.., .t II ., "j > J:lf. mikihouM, Florida, ,JJ Bof
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MO." asill I 1147. r lii- VI city Bt- to *f sz as: ?
i I [ I Young, 737 E. 5th St. :1 I Phone Dozier '159. = is I A Y R 1 u. Angs.-Hala sooner It. I ,Dillon atat ot .. t* A.neU T, 0.1,&_.. mini. Permit .for. IOOM .* -1 A Vkiinkll "'.. same..to-wll !; "i

I : I I June 5, 12, H .law N T E. E I Account P I. Dili.". *t .. to Bmjuil J. KickWllluuf 'll* following dcurllvd: WAll )-rtn: ':H': oJ & PARK, ,he".
___- _-_ IS A' Protest Blu L A .1. Clshrec4or IeIt Old-. *f Blork; I .Strti Ml..nd 1. Ismasol" h *4
FOR SALE 001. A- C-hty. ,
Canning frommits a IV.
pineapples invi.teal lo"dat
( Game of she*" "Past H, R.n .t a- to B R.PrialZ. the' Iko.I
I WANTED: Golf equipment and ,: $ A R L A, I tI. .at fur the Proubirterima. Ch.nh --.I ta saw bast"all
Ii 13.00 a bushel J. 1. Craig, 317 W Ing IL Eth.rW Gordo. Brewer to fUjHli B c. I.
I' I furniture for club boom Con Cry 4 the ... I< RES Acidity, 0-.. elo.d to >lr.. A...it a. New,,, All at HI..k t. Ook Park. treat"a ;,ii

I 11 J RATES FIR WORD ORDINARY S. Albany Ave. tact Martin County Golf and .last emaciate: bat. E TIS I T I'Ll ormally List plot T.xtor ()o...-..,.... 9De"W t. Gard".U BtwfceJokn Dei,.!,". "'..6clie.. East Chu.L Valerie. assroes. 'will to. I am a. u.olsolith"t"w.u. 2'. ...... .

J I.. S5c FOR Will j, Una. .19. Country Club. tf it. Ory E F' HE sli S T Omnd&08 sea X.BW&.Ssotognme, ; t. determlM wketkee. Mr not lurk. __- _"____

1, l WORDS: to MR ft OKI) ( APITAL8 -)j"ARMS j ACREAGE' --FOR-----'-SALE-- Previously.one G E N P M D move 1 ropmest. Tion.th. 1111....., !... eI M *. lieU "IONINO-fu..[ .h.r::. : >, V(h'AIII\JIT.' T __,_1__LI.CAI.______ADVIITIIDtIN D l
; I!!! :: t..h Wood
'J, ; MIMMIM J Boo FOR 171 RELIABLE MAN with car want 33. A""I :' ; _.. .. .L rat' TMK CITY I or COURT OF -
11 f,, I P R K N I ..11.,, pt, to N..oI a. Stemr 01 BTUAJT Cosumffl
U. S. Not the foot AUlhor of MARTIN
WORDS. Highway by ed to call on farmers. In Mar u 111.1. or IL 06" Ne.1 "r..r. t* ft-by ....11.Mil. by ,T. J. F. 'f. : STAT
!f I per acre, 1000 acres with /5,200 P .. CWT *t .X to Kr.nk H.>d.. -S ... ChoIno. FLORIDA. I
4 tin Wonderful I
I : I County Opportunity r' t =D'II JG PSATIJA"CTION .'. I.. II am". I '.1," 1141.
", .. n: E ILI F 1>.. Will K- Print __ ::TT"ilor >AUowo
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r feet ort V. S No located west $15 to $20 In a day Non..rlenr. I Joo; ; OF MORTGAGE 1 1 ill L Ill: ..,
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Antert. IS
'I" I I IIIIIIIMIMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllll'': side of (;mines tract between or capital required. I" south P.ea. Ifflosilas.. T K N E ii 7. I.-Mill.-E.N.rock, \ Tkonu W.uek.l.a-BUM. to task Sell too B,,O.*.B.>,..Cta-n-. oot .1.. -LEGAL_.ADVUTISDIENT_. :_ it It O1ILR M a.II..a R101,111111i'llNOTICE 1.

APARTMENTS FOR RENTIlllMlliiliiiiiillllMlililliliinillliliililli Stuart and Palm Beach: Cashor Permanent. Write today. Me. 34L T..:. I" Oriental oomL Wreath. hearing at. JNPho': ai. L... es, K.ri. .. LEGAL NOTICE Dowul

I Terms, release clause Special ,, NESS COMPANY, Dept. A. .31 L Human grant I wandior a h.l.bl' ,0. .hln... .IV" s.....1., jgS .. T. a. ;, 1'0" All! ALiTNTMUTrDMMlaS. : : to.15 NER11.8 Y plilus'i. ,
AND TO ill."a"t Sol
8. Oriental OIL 1'.01. ,44, I lowerithe W
[ ISO.00 Brokers orese ..... :;= 0. ,
t price per acre i Ireeport III June 19, 26 41. fol.-oor plant MORTGAGE Mollrr ki-ek, allThat I a.sorsl IN "it toot ,
I BoynI I $7. L Part of a book wll, ... held to the' City Hall. City the laftillool N
II cooperate See E. T 00trivits CiTtlms: 44L Bat thickly ..k.rt few doomribod: ;
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McDon.ld UK
Vernon R
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I ton. Lake Court Apis. W.' P. WANTED Hypnotic "SubjectsAge 41, (;a r3"" It. Clwr toot 48, t li'trf! :? I 11.7, "n refuMl of City of a..... .. Th. Ii-I its .
out with al..Ime van .
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: ;; : r.: : Albert'' .t sit to 1Io ;; "of"a
I 'II i, I "Beach of J. S. Blain Olympla 15 to 25 Male or female $a. Ross= I Log ., 4L .r.nt penr.lt for lorollon of kolldlnn
*- a, _Aaul I Building/ !Miami, llurlda. Prefer those who have been : Arabia Part *f the .I U|. DOWN Irfilt: I& pwgfo, LIther Rolers B.: .:::'...m I* Vlr.4 Federalpa.t.ce .:* f..llo.ln.. and Krlhed 7. Work prapsortiltLets 1. w........ Be 111-h to I of 03. a sh.to\ Lmho.9 ill W,1oI d-7" .

June 3 19 26. Hypnotized before Send name, tal a L Wound win, a Note! the II r.tnlnln.I fiUMiiiiimiiiiiMiiiiiiiimiimimiiiiiiiiiim .nd Late A-1100.0, Park Additto", to.fitueort.. fountinstoomelb title 4 Township It
I I m I 13 12. .. Dartat .. .. Mr.1 r.1ani. Stood,
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I II Draw 'I. 111 the direcK Xddle NI.
ri I same Pointed JiSZ. .,,., '.......,... Of on We.l Ilk Dlraet ket moM Worlowsmor( '*
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I ''i s rmu ) Address, age, to Box 1141 Stuart 011.10. 9440"1.. tion atI and Disk, If.h, .w >.. Color.4.Are. ... will, .. off.rad lor --I-. at i-:
i m; ''i.. an a r,1 IOR SALE: Pansola; Coastal and Fla. If William'.a.' "11"howl-"*, 4, to D..M A.Hoot .**., for .... AnerlrM Red CMortise ,--- I tor the hirblort: w6s, Blow -, ,
it.
Tifton Bermuda at tl.00 Cou.tr LkupUr, tw woffift Just is all out.44.41,41 .:
It a to
grass 3 of

1, ,'t J. R I, i,7.1', 11 ',, IB per bushel You dig Now is WANTED I Home for two pure' r 11 I, r11 110 Ill PA STITLI&AS9 fkd F ItHobe ON 40 it..l MORTG"Gt r...,: k"lil."ll:! : ,/ II 10. *.. II. Blork I I.nd I. r.=,r. stwrt-1 Ute.bovot. M.W.I"ar lp".q.Unts, "",,:
Caohsp
I I ) '- the time to plant'for winter' white kitlens Part Persian, r 11 aso Lot. a I. Jl' IK II Md :* the I ItA day" 011.1," 1-.
mlq4.uAifo-- I A 1 .1 li.rtwt. : : : 1011tak. :
; ; Hkiel I. frailer CreMinl in a P. U.As
I Pasture Contact: Red llendrix about 3 mo old Mother good I I I MID"I I IJ's RELEASE
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I "Bound caloursim. U 111<1.... V.. I clip 0' "'00" lying ketwe.ii state AdmsiRo"S A0Z11UCIl VALID
I" : at Henry Paulson Company s ratler II P. Slepheawn. P. O i r1o.-I* I III U. a. N*. t. >*d at ,the Ili.
k..... ... Rabso ,
ATLANTIC 101RTAPARTMENTS I of LIEN booltuoutorle Westtit it Reeb.4, "
CLAIM ,
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4 Ranch. Box 913 Stuart Box 776 Britt Road. U Wit re $ .nd BtraH, our Relobwr 'll bee
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so. L. T.rlnr i.W I'Ir.u: MICHAEL .
of 0
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STUART, FLORIDA I WANT, 15000 loan for S to 5 r r .B. > Position Ap.rlni.nt.I Ind for ; .
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OLD NEWSPAPERS: 1C a poundat 20 II CLAIM OF LIENAMENPMEN"TO ; ..
I IW) StMMUl: HTtSComplrlflv : Stuart News tfIOR I yean on f 10.000. home. Will 11 0/1' 121 T_ AIWt 9''., G H P.ts.r.,
I I furnished Houei I -- ..---- pay t per cent Interest.. Write r ZI-mrra L Viasesaa AFFIDAVIT to The Pullout. ;: i o"HOARD of !AnJltStolEMTrXIK '"

I 'I i I I keeping Apartment i SALE: Iryen. Blasko Box 100 Stuart News. ;1 RE a 12 2S "1)-Id I, We-.. to Th- ,.hI".,", THK Or J'ITY T. J or, F. t'TiD\o.'; NOTICIS OF INTENTION TO-NEW-
III...,. &. Smith to Thr1sills FICTITIOUS HAM&
I W T FA'iETTelephone Place. Palm City Farms June 19, 26. Jok. Tlnrolfc Klllen Jr. ... Tk., ruHle.i '' .. Ck.lr..., NOTICS GIVgNda""
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I I / 9152 I June 12. 19. -1 lllimillllllllMlllllimilllllllllllllMMIIILOST.---- 2 I a 21 / is B. r&U'iTC'r'I.hUC.. ; I'.h. II. I* Jam. I I.... 1141 Clasps"a"d-ifflo-4.' 20.998. t.teaJ.Last .

.------ - / I I O. a. Host-hi.... .t .. to Wrote. fI LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT o' 1041. w j re< .ur wI-h'r: the Q
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I ilitilloillillillopli1.416141111111011FOP.i iii-1111-1111 iiiiiiMHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiinmiiiiiiSERVICES I i i i & FOUND ,1, 1.. Ik* Clmll! CwrHorld. .. I. .?< (., ,,
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I 33, / .W X.o.rlAd1.r''p,UN. t eta to Rl"'-kkP > CASK MO IMI Geovally. .. .
OFFERED111I11I11I111111I1111111111111111I11I11I11111111 I Ill 1111111111 11111111I1111I II mill I 11I11I11I I ill I V////// MI E whoml reaript
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SALEllllimillllllllllllllllllllllllimillMIIIMI I I I fin. rlrffta a- !IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR :f... .. this osam, I
\ I I LOST small black and whit Ci.U. t. Nisbet ."d Wrlk a. t-.Itt
I ,I ;3 q r 4o : MARTIN COUNTY FLORIDA COCONUT; COURT. ammill. .
and tall. .W
dog, male long body IN
I PALM CITY STORE! Groceries r 131 1 United I 86= of America hi Ploridi CHANCERY t a we "faced I. but-. .1 New ..
I I Right side of face black, left 11 at FSiTMtrr wood ,......, that to.' (II"'" ,
I Meals Ice Cream Soft DrinksCandies I.UftK
rI"8.11o FORECLOSURE OF LIEN
I FOR SALE: r-anKtil.Co.slal.nd I c..i" .
I side white. Black spot back of 40 2 DuiMonk* 44 aid I* 6 sid Is"Ina- .. '011..,.
Tifton Bermuda it $100 I Open evenings if I I "MrPkenonCHATTEL' HUGH AND ANNI
grass 21 2 UI
HAViTKOKNH R ( to INGCOMPANY )
-- forelegs, black at base of tail I MORTGAGE H.... ....... flute
Il per .bu.hel. lau dig Now Is I' --- I -- r.ri Tlllm. U 8t Llirl. B.nk may II. I... I. tt, .it
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TRICK for with Answers to
the time to plant for winter I 1'i-TON hire, name Caesar Reward on As 4F ," Al 44I W. .L. Sullivan to Cltiim., bask of .'., a lolurtUlle (<0_ 'rlolallfl 1 L __
I driver or without. See E. !MSellers I if returned to Miss Gale I ortWIIU.I. LEGAL ADVCITISIHDd
Pasture Contact Red "
Hendrix I ,
I at Stuart Auto 414 North Denver Ave. I 11 PlUkford U CltlKUl bask ot GEORGE -
Camp. Handy I I H. PATTERSON;
I NOTICE:
at Henry Paulson Company so -f' n Sl.ut. t OF INTENTION TO UK
Write Box 1046. tfI Opp. Court House It I I 111111,5" Steel .sH.'TuB.. Th.,... NOTICE wslrodoo.t 'KITlOUa: NAMEILREIir
TO
Ranch Box 913 oo'Ic'IT'I6 APPEAR
Stuart
__ I ., nomics I. GIVEN!
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__ TO GKOKI; H. PATThRMON
---- I ItRissIERsirdlesIiealth Stuart : Rod Toot WWII br .L. C) O e.U t* .._1.. .... .inder tko'' pram.
News Classified Ads S4 L.ke New
k I I Tk'* PuhlMR.r. ,. spring' Jrraew Ch....., Illll Lam of plori .
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FOR SALE: FIVE ADJOINING Garments, Individually/ designed I Pay-Try Them I I '. "Use. Ill U The Public, haG YOU."In r* lorm-ght k.rekr Mtlfled. lk.iKlStTcOHPANy.< > suit., of 1141 will ........ wllk. tell 0
t __ .. "n.'IC\:! tk* circuit Court U ..d lor 0
CHOICE LOTS IN BESSEY by Spirella Free dlagnosis Lil 'hrillm't'DUD "WTHORNS aPloorlds
I S1 .0.11. .Mk .".... cew.t6rIoIsW.:: : : fpntt roreipt o '
Mrs. T. C. Knowles .. too I
I ADDITION. STREET; HAS I ach.I U. H.- 24 .1 I 4 Mamie I title. the tkli .tlM.. Ik)
.e Niho.na doierlbed Send. .
47.aosorolRothorl tiume. ...., ,. .n,
RIPARIAN RIGHTS TO RIVER Phone Stuart 3.W tf 700 LEGISLATIVE .11.." I. Inertia County florid. to-,
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\ "I ... ; M Ila ft .1 to C V.;: Loot"ii.b. ofts LUCIE BAR usiderW
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ONLY $200000 PRICED FOR ., bLOCK A of Lot 14 of .Mill... am l.i:!::|ed I. ku.l.ej. 11 soaal.
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YACHT Painting, Varnishing I
Lla PENDENS tie the
I I' QUICK !hALF; HARRIS LOW- .. Bum, Harbor. eeorillnv. to the prtle lateristei Ill
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HaUthoorwor 1Ioof1. Compost,, .. George estimate r* .. follow
I I IKY JK BOX 954 OR cALL''t complete refinishing I : 30 yean I COUNTY SCHOOL H. 6 PUI to.am. lit.' I. the "".. of KARL a. Bill

I 140 tf experience Capt Hearn 602'I ;' ACTS BECOME Palm City News loosttonoe:0 .the. Clrrk(., Martin of the Cou.lr Clrtult PI_Court) .to.nd 'f ates,11.4""A., Dt

I -' I Riverside Ave tf I Tilt .&A tur. uf the suit !I. to frel..i..I Jam I L U. It ...

II FOR SAtE: Medow Craft Beach ,I 1 I II LET tS: give you a free demon I ; LAWS UNSIGNEDCaldwell I 87 ANNA & DATiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiuiiii PERSONNEL GO REBUILD and CONVERT .a the.d me-Isol Chrk rou ...... .Kid Uses....h.asitimt Court, renulird rour"said to wrltui_file I.....1...''. LEGALADVEHTIStMOCT IL :

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I l mbrcll.. IHal Till Control de- i stration of the new Rumsey I =\ ::' the 8,11 .-solsim 11" NOTICE OF APPLICATION- FOWOTICI
I II Electric Mower. Cuts high J YOUR OLD MATTRESS, .. w 'kefor. tin Hi star .1
vire Bargain at $3000 Two grass i DEED
Mr. and Leighton .
Mra. John 8 Julr A. l> l>47. hrwlor, the ..lintlion -
it I tone gold and green Martini I II and tough weeds. Bess. Hardware TO CONFERENCE if the kill of oonouilnl;' will to HmUm Btu N. low
are rejoicing the birth U HEKEBY filVBK.tkrlM
over
with .
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eo. ky .
I Co. Phone 31 tf Vetoes 10 i yu.Hrrift
I j County Electric (0. DehonBid. N. Tllu., the house 0ft'flo.ieor
,, ____ Fails June 6. of a 7-lb 2-os. daughter Wit-a my heool ... the. east I of ....I".... bell flM' ..
Sign
.. It to this 0-ton a" this Use 14th fix, ofI .
REGISTER: for employment Janice fiherrlene "Jan", Their 4 INNERSPRINGS tiflastoo ter a too dead tot hethosonmoso
J-64 A. O. .
RemainderTallahassee .
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1141.J.} ; wrIttirstsbe
| through Stuart Services at many friends congratulate them R Privicnaty ........ ,
I 1 ; ; ; our Tallahassee, June %-A leadership ; I- of I Usor 4re-lialift

SAI f ; Live ducks reasonI offices In the Krueger Bldg June 19 -(*))- Mother and child are doing well. training conference called CALL 710 I ( r.... s..lf"rIt) Ci-wit. C..;... : .surommiltil.OIl and..thea' 0110._...,I- -9-k. .. ta.d

able Apply Frank Jllhnson.j Phone 11-W for ServI Mr and Mn Lewis. WILLIS SNrRRIIL ,
\ Snappy .C Cunninghlim by State Superintendent t>f At C.rllflr.t. 11It. y..r" 'It"
The last for
official echo of the 1947 turner ll.inilff
4 ,Box 122- Salerno.. June "I j I II I Ices of all kinds., tfI and baby daughter Public Instruction Colin EnglishIn We Will ".h. Juio II. K. July I. IILt&AL Jules .I..1144De.rlptHMi .1. Property. )
---- -- Florida Legislature died
1 I away Kathleen. of Atlanta arrived by cooperation with Florida Let II, Bk.>rk '. ELOOI
I' I II ...... I
I !PAYROLL BOOfr Natioaal system when 700 of the .UTISE.OTNbTlCdo INSIGHTS: Aw>..... PI41 for
FOR SALE 1 bath Monday nearly plane recently and
I : porcelain tub, for keeping and I have been State University being held on o Can for your .....Ureaa"eproeen' >EJ| .. k> too Pin, II fc'
1 kitchen sink Thane ft.1. !i wage acts It left behind when It adjourned visiting at the home of Mrs.Cunningham's the Gainesville campus. iOljAHZtRI' COUNTY BOARD OT 9, .'r-alloolosp,0111 al.am* A-W
i hour withholding tax and soc1 usable OF TAXESNrtU.
filling XLNo"
t June .19.. 1 i I lal security reports, when you' 10 days ago became law parents" Mr, and i The confe'rence. which began U> Iwrolir >r>ra last' I hi ,sms,11.|, | 10( whisk "-d Tit"
b -- I Mn Paul A. DeVlllblss of Palm o Completely. rebuild aftwith 8-thus tit Coo.soiliod> Oo.r.1octb
your a.llio.
I have 10 or more employees.See without Oov Millard Caldwell Monday and will extend through I Laws at 61"Wil. I"$ ,. Ill,II Ooi.. All ., 4-14 '01"olloololy .lol. k
FOR SALE: (.'Hd Quality Heavy !I us today Ask for these at: City Loop Road. The child was July 3. I is being attended by approximately mattress supplying the following I r ;oll t4amors, L.-. of PWM.: W 1141 c...ty of kt.rtlfc ..... of n.-.M
I signature named Kathleen for her grandmother I o>r* at Cotintr cont.i..1-are W U. ...b sertincel0. .
Breeds 200 for .00.
$11 Worthwhile 237
the Stuart News office tf county supervisors .
materials.Innenprlng .
1 new MansC"Pty, Ktorld. will Meet o. k.ll k* redemed _oroln. I. I Ir.Miitr W
I, hliks. 101 W North __ The Governor had 10 days to Mrs. DeVlllblss.Mrs. principals and teachers. 0 Honour July flk 1147 M I I..III 0-0-It. sisterhood. lo ..ek. cerllfieerl -

I Ave Baltimore 1, Md. ROUGH DRY SERVICE, LAUNDRY veto or sign the bills which were. Ethel Stossel and child from every county In the State. unit I f 14.. X.1 W"ill.. Courthouse. In a....., 1,1..... "flc.1. *. will k* MM. .. 'tkt Itbiddev ,
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Burlap and ttiirpo. of hearing the Users havue floor a
111i, I teb 6 ::- June 20, Inc. I SERVICE-Your laundry I on his desk when the Legislature of West Palm Beach were recent Martin County representativesare ,........ ..d .... .I.. ,........., ..*wi to first slasday as In mmoth. of IUI.r
\ ---- --.- carefully washed, all FlatWork week-end visitors In Palm headed by Sisal Insulating pad the .Na of .., pn.perlr. -.. or V- .%i.b 10 the UoYINTH del 411. I
I j I adjourned or came to him from SuperintendentRoscoe .O..I I. M Ii... .hr the Callas, A._
I FOR Stir.: 1'j' and .4 h,p. lau-l i i kheets pillow-slips, ele. CIty. She Is the daughterinlawof H. Rollins who attendedthe 0 layers. of felt aI ,.Z-' T ="'.. ....lewlneq ... 104T.-.:. 'his lrlrTx day of I
39"at"
t the clerks'offices later vetoed ..4.
He .
ironed and wearing apparel Mr. and Mn E. W. Stossel ."4 will _
)I' son air-cooled engines. Also I Ii first three days and-was to Button tufts $I... In ....I.. m ...h .. ,
malt Coort
t .1. i Irrigation pumps Llnier Mutor ;, dried for home Ironing We 10 of them on the final day and Visiting Mr. and Mn William return home today Neither supervisor as may ... !l-sa". lureerdlLECAL its dXre IN -I.J. 1. ron,>

to tf | can give you two days service and let the rest become law automatically S. Burdick for a few weeks are Mrs. Lou Hill Foster nor 0 .h'I.'id..I Nostra u .h.1I will saw.6 be Inces d., ... day Clark of ClrraH. CMrt 4 M..ll. > t,,

__ --_ and will pick up and deliver 1 1i without his their daughter Mn Howard Principal Erwin F, Johnwick will ACA covering U....." aforesaid, samose" .f. tIto Itau'llia. 1"..

1 .. I your laundry Use this economical : signature Sueden of Maywood N. J, and attend Rollins' office o Handles ,IIIIAIII 0" COUNTY NlM.IMION. ,.., I... .. it otiltox"'I, 1141.By .
for
II reported
FOR !HAIL: On links Itoad, 10 I turning LIUI MARTIN coUNTY. I.'U'IIII
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f i service for your family their sister-in-law Mn. Will. I, ... .. A. ADVERTIZiV"I : i
I screts choke farm land house but several members of the Mar 0 Hand rolled edge W" .. CH"llIitAN. LEGAL
III RATE ONLY lOa PER LB I Most of the 700 new laws applied 'lam Sueden of Jersey City NJ tin High School I I ATTEST I. /'titYJlOY.. q..lllt ,

I ;. I 20 Moderate t JO nearly t'OhlPleled'l I WEIGHED WHEN DRY, PEOPLES to purely local affairs of I After a delightful time here County attending summer facultyare school o Completely rebuilt Publish Its- I' .ad- So, 1.41. NOTICE

1 ,: ;1/ i :. Writ Box COS prue!StuArt, or phone LAUNUUV Phone 217tf: I the counties and cities, but they will leave for their homestornortow. sessions In Gainesville and will mattress will be ----:.___ :: [ ADVERTISEMENT r INDIANTOWN OP SPECIAL DRAINAGE BOND' ELtCTI DIS"

: I 127 among them were general laws make periodic visits to the con IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY MARTIN! COO NT V. FLOW''
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I II I ---- ; which: Mrs Herbert Sudhoff Is leavIng returned 'within JUDGE. MARTIN COUNTY FLORIDA JULY I 1. IMTNOTICI
Jane I1)) 26, July 3 DO YOU have trouble.;. with your I ference. IN IS HEREBY GIVEN '
,; ;I ----.!::.. _'____ I I hens not laying: Then useRose Provide a Statewide cloned tea today for Mlneola N. Y, to Theme of the conference: Is In re, II.!.!. of t ..-..1 based _.... will .. .b.
I I son on mullet fishing. attend the high school graduation 48 Hours HKNRY MALLARD I IT"klc hdhoMw. oral, DUtrlrt ".
I FOR SAIL: rasters hp Outboard Pan-a-min Stuart Feed "Child Growth and Development beces-d I ..,. the note, day W ol-IrLd l lfreokolder. 19I
Make participation In a retire exercises of her youngest .. I,
Store. if .... .hld share will be -
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I. Motor on River. Condition I -.-- ; ment system compulsory for son Sunday. She expects to remain TOTAL COST ONLY I ? DO l'Ti.Jr.dIN3S.iMlI'ltlH who ... WMIHMrwildlnrl .. "
I. -- said
j Guaranteed $1000 forT' I ......., to Mid Dl.trkl. Ik III''
II i TRUSSES, elastic stockings, State and county employe. In the North for six weeks. ,
I V-U sell prawassiu-' '
I h .
I or .
I home Mrs. b.b, _
quirk sale. Mr. and tom ft
Christopher Electric by Victor $24.75Mattresses
I r > knee pads, anklets, etc Stuart License and regulate dealers Robert Tucker formerly of t"d .44 etoll"ired Ie, por-loat mor ..I.nd .*_ shall 1..100"'. Dnlnlf DII''
r Shop Flume 11?. tI.1 Drug Corp. if In liquified gas Palm City Farms, is now assisting Conklln which they greatly en- ... do'easmade .hl, so he"H.W.4 >
I t ri 'On.SAJ.E 11' --4 -4J! SuFfORTS Provide for cooperative milk manager for the Thompson Joyed, The Conkllns also visitedat ".110"' 4-tooldo Btu the, eatotta 0' said wi C.H......;.; "u.behalf. treat aI asod....INtrson.. loa loollool. .,
r ,f : ton x SPENCER for we- Cafeterias with business home of the Rev and In ''be C--ty 011-40s 01 M.Un C....: *. I.... lo Hid. <.,rlrl .. f.,.
11! A, ; Chevrolet cargo bod)'. ( men Men s belts Luella Downey Inspection by the State Boardof places r.hto ring B Chase at East I'h4d.0 his ..ff1.I. 0.' el female ,_... ._.to f IMMIM. I..
R.1 I at Lake Chautauqua N. Box Springs .r said C...I, ; I
Ill condItion. New motor, A. 1101 Health and Department of Y.. and at r. "Uat ..- iP. oSoStollL".r-l1'-!
Orange IN =
I Ave Fort Daytona. Recently he Northfleld, Mass, on their way tithe .in'", .-the f, ". timor per -
I Walker ../0 John L Taylor, Pierce Phone 197-M for Agriculture. has been from ',..blw.Uo., ot 1147: :.:d to, mil: "ri-By
Maine Mr and
t ap Mrs. Pack- ,
A- I Jensen Rio. Set up a $4,500 pension for re- transferred from Daytona, to Studio' Divans te..h.LXaos, ........ ..'.. 1bIo. to u-t: Mate 1.1 Ik1IT1 the losess led ,
Road U I... ,
I I, I pointment tf ard wish to be remembered to out- the ,10. ., b-to .1-1--s- Iis
.. Chautauqua. su.1dess""
1 tiring University of Florida ... ,
I P-esl- 'film of ,. tkUw 1-1, 01 1M '
"I'drees ..., ,1.
at lims _... imts
all friends here and t
fOR SALE: 16 foot boat New MVRPHY'. 'DONALDSON- dent John J. Tlgert Many people will be glad to regret their Direct From. and ..I.sl be ...... is by the .1.1_ of orevesed'a

I I Briers & Stratton motor. 100 I FLOOR SANDING AND FINISHING I Increase the State Board ol learn of the welfare of Mn 'E. Inability Mr. and to Mrs return Douglas In the fall his:' :_". .*-"*lill.*,"*..act......as.. 11"... *.hull"* .",2" r=Dtolrkll. ..u r ta WMM me-u-0_ ,-

feet of rope Large anchor, tears. PHONE 32.R, P. O. Health from three to five members S. Shaw. Her husband, the Rev Leigh- Manufacturer SUN. ....,.... U W held. N J>l lI > I

Priced right for quick BOX 604. tf Edwin B Shaw served the Palm ton are greatly Improving the Al CUS BALLARD the .ffie.' of it6 HMkfDlltrkil. I:
Interior of their new home formerly ld.ilnl.tr.lor' of the &..... of said. polllnf 04".' at
sale A. R. McConnell, OceanBreeie I i License private airports. City Church about. nine, yean 1 HENRY MALLARD, D...mwooo wnnd ., Ik' k_ W lill 6.'"'
4 FRANK ,
WET WASH LAUNDRY SER- the Hodapp home To YouAt IAtwn .. .. ..
Park Jensen ago u pastor and I-HA" 4 k ll mul w> 'll.l
Beach License and was unable
I VICE-Your laundry carefully (!I regulate dealers InReenact A large number of the Palm ", ,."11411,. mid *.,. -r ..tU III .. i "
June 19. 26: July I. .second hand autos to return due to illness Mrs. rar.h." tilde, ,. .... k.... oaiod,, lrklck.nllint '
washed clean and returned to I I I Shaw and City children are attending the alhim.' .I'. r1whis. I
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I 16 FOR SALE damp for home the seventh cent of daughter Eunice, and ; Bible classes In Stuart. I"Illhositi.. 3g,,; It: j947. ... *
Pangola tonstal and] you drying tax son, Spencer art now at Lake Mr. OB is. It. July: A. it. Jtmr 'al wfc. has : j:
of gaaollnt: .
on a gallon REAL L.1.
I
SAVINGS "liselon.i.1 J
Tifton Bermuda and Ironing We will pickupand Cadwell takes them In his .wumkp
at
$100
f grass Chautauqua N. '
Declare the bea Y, for the season LEGAL M.lukto. In tit Ml
clgaret tax to
i 6 per bushel.. You dig. Now Is deliver and give yon two I Robert Tucker has car each morning as he toe to Special AttentionTo '_AOVEHTI3EMENTr ..UU !Ie 10.; ..4 she, I. a ..
I : levy on not reported ... '
,t' I:01I I I the lime to plant for winter days service on this economical consumers deal. meeting them there and that his work Of" INTENTION is IIEGISTU .rate"..< reeldso-4 ..kxtlwfcDONE IN' said phoow

I k Pasture. Contact Red Hendrix, wet wash Rate, 6e per Ib ers.Regulate Mn. Shaw Is In health Joyce Crews Is nursing a brok. NOTICE FICTITIOUS NAMa: pnrnuM:: W "".I"'100 '
good
I :, Weighed when dry. Minimum Insect and pest eradicating and due to .......,.....14 IIERKtlY QIVIUf that. 11oo lord 01 saver1of. I"1"DRAIMAGB '*-",
: at Paulson en arm fall .
''f 1 i" Henry Company still active In her Interest' there. a Hotels usioloor to.. ,-I..,.. of CI8TRICT Vollomsed i ado

I I I ., i ;: Ranch Box 913, Stuart. I bundle II pounds. WET WASH firmsAuthorize the Improvement They wished to be remembered M..... Nettle Smith and sons I of Ch"'t"f 114).. ..it. us) _I.uw'.. with.* r.the.....Cl-h.. .A.l ".,. /JuAK D. -OttfrfflSg"
: go 01
:0.4 per Ib PEOPLE'S LAUNDRY to all Harry and Eugene, returned! the CI..II C...... I.
friends
t here -4 rose ,
((1 "FoR--SAI.E-<"heapl18Blade Phone 287. tf commission to borrow money for June 10 from Starke where they Tourist Courts Caso-ty. Violists, "... retool to of sama f 1 :: .

; I A-t Windmill steel ladder and ------ construction of county armories. Vernon Otis Cornell, 'motor visited at posololleaties.. of this *-Sit% tko = tw.rd lriA8P. ::
; her
parental Mn Smith I.be. 1
L machinist mate 1o.1r/i. r. H""'
I 1/c Is I
I I frame 22 It.. also iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiniiiiiiimiiiiiiiii I Regulate construction elevators serving : THE .
I tank I of Apartments L'.RIIIR:
4 cypress aboard the harbor and son, Harry. have returned:! .. .. ; MARIET. Wntim. .hloh ,
NOTICES tug ::iii "
USSYTH
0-8-ol
Ift .
b--
in pod
about 800 gal capacity Best buildings to work at Plarkial : .i Guam 0. it. _jo;
390. He la a brother Chisholms Restaurant tBm AtmW4 Z:
of Ie .101
Mrs
I I ; '" orrer takes an See r Reynolds 11I1111I11I11I111I11111111111111111I11111111I111 Paul be.$".. : 0@ r rgy,: : LEGAL ADVUTJllllIIITTAWHAlaI&
I I I :.J I'/ miles north of Jensen WE HAVE In stock repair parts CHURCHES OF CHRIST SCIENTIST A. DeVllblss and has been In Visit Our Storea, MIIlI ELLNONAtIoANK.Jose. ::7 -
i.1 Naval service since The Palm City.WomiLn's Club Part Plessres, lrlcorld -UI 'WNOTICE
t 'P;;, Brldi on Indian River for fluorescent lights. Let us "Ia THf UNIVFIwr: tNCIJIDlNG Ill will hold their regular monthly ATFort u. 26. Iola A.'I ..... Po IH1
Mr. .
repair MAN. IVoLVt.D IY ATOMIC KOHCIf and Mm M. M. Baker are I 1
light Martin
11 It I ...:Drive.__ _______It County your Electric Co. Dehon I 10 .the iubj. rt whirl will IK md In Chan-kM ; ADVERTISEMENT
.1 CfcH.l
11, 1 1 f.1. FOR 8ALE: Used console Radio Bldg. Phone II tf Srlxltol IhrootlMM the world. as S.... points In Florida combining' business The hostesses Jolan Pierce HOTICI .to b-by'. 01- *0"

i II tubes, /8 bands, standarah .r. J., .. U.'h'r. and pleasure, Mn Dene Blasko and Mn. ,W. S. Burdlck I If MARTIN COURT Of' COUNTY JUDGE state -'I of slklati"1: :, to,
$ COUNTY
T.il U I
: Then, Lord IKH. STATIL o& ;
q .1 Broadcast and 4 short waves.I IllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllFOR ::: houst laid: the .... .il': Thompson Is acting as assistant Sleep ShopJ2 fLAMIDA.: I JLSrttSSH! ,, luff'f>
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RENTiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifilitiiiilillfliiiI of the earth I ..d 1M .-.- a- the I iAU Florid. M Tl ill ocloel i ;.
Walnut In postmaster durInKLker'xabsence. aJKBPo AIBM
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cabinet.
good condition
4 I-kd of 10.1mos.isandol". < ....,,... 1,19" I1f RII IMt foe (9shommilead
.. Reasonable. Ill Ill I A-@ she whiek Week's LegalInstruments ROBE ELLEN aOIBICK f fUTB :1..11.1 I
I'll Carter-145-w. FOR RENT: Room and board Ik. L .HI:S.= :U Mlewlnf ($1 W. and Mn. Jack LUk' North, 2nd St., ." All: Stol "'he|:
= .. ?
I ,he HIM. "I ,. Ik* .rill. spent NOT M N. .uur.u.1 -" ,oVwtk.' aJ'-sea"I '
Bun
41 i k "------- .- ,. Phon'j for two gentlemen or young enoUd m.. .... Hi 1, ."_ .., h..*.. five days In Miami and Hialeah : (Next to Morton's) J to- -0.4w ..1iiiCZ4 l7 I SaW441 4I .

I 11 ,''t FOR calf BALE: Jersey Cow. business couple 7J6J; East 5th I their h- . ;Title with tW'stau. S6.01.;: 1:I Ipoll.som '

WOO H H. ... Stree. P. O Box 204 tf raised kin up l to rtekUMinm >nd Iwll Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Krumm .or Call Ficoollft.l i.-..... lie is. :1041 .
; Box 621, Fort Pierce, I ( dlr, el al his t,,," (I..Uk 4111. are spending the WARRANTY UI Tors-4210< 111clob' Twmu.To The, .riorizi-atest to; I.
11 II l> summer at the Zollik: X. Cleas .. air .1. Charles. .'10. Delta (IS). Fles.1mr-Addith.: "
V I Box >21, Fort Pierce, FOR RENT: 2 furnished rooms. "TO'-'_.Scmoil .,lM 1..1..." the McDowell home on the St Lucle Glims.SLIKA -I "' ** ami'vortio.1.41L The "Mo if 6.4 what*'j" ,:

.0 : I Hot water All convenience fooll--I-s' em-go from to. Chrt.llo. River but*.. IM, U> Wells. Paris. Dubbins Sleep Shop oW Is.Vfjw/Kr "If.| u .MI ..' dabitat to &be based "" ,I
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I FOR SALE: Half Interest l1a'l Close In. lootiosto. tovatbeIs. 01laimmew. sod Health IMrs vJopin| fi'i. Bay ill dm* ud k>*t t:k kid*, :l sovit an -bwb.w :
11 Good location. Phone with Set, is 'h. .tritium". by Mary Paul A. DeVllbUs and KlltM E D.Posr Maori j, be" U .11 MUW.Itai. !?.. ...,.., Uid. vl.ol wes",= W U" .01 ,
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1 1 ; Drilling Rig Pays good, 9-W.- if B.kr Eddy "Ad....lm .le, a hi..... Mrs.. Laves I Anew .M. Debate ..M M to K._ EWlrk. 1910 3. Dixie = M Us f-l dMrl Use C-rl .The tot ad sliwassue I
sun forced to sell on ----".-- .10.. of -ttlook. Lb-fh6 ,is1- .she Cunningham were *c maUitk I ; .. It. Martin C*.nt KlorMv I ,be .g-\J = ordao::
material.a I*, the spiritual. mm Ikerkol..t West Palm Beach visitors. Clouss l.np JMT to Alkwt; U.H .', Use ** 'Ulr Boil h.. al \ .
k health See Ceo A, Glpwn FOR RENTS Floor sanding ma- |* lo the ln.plr.tlon.1, .... from, the, over "I ; West Palm Beach ". ., I t'!"W I r Z4 OR" ame, Illipw ,of closest
I tack:: of, Ordway Body, Fender I II chino andyour cdger. Rtfmlxb the mallet I to to. Im.ort.l. All lkl.r. ... past week end. I Mark rrMl .."...., M JUlhni L*>H* B>W( ROEBUCX "ALTON, ,41"Ans. f-:.0"11011
I treated, .plrltuclly MI." ...,_ I The aey. and Mn H.-L. Pickard A.> isllalwi niteratihs 01 ik' ..... a
floors at nl J"I.t: : 4: Phone 4830 %. *
Shop, on Old Dixie reasonable rates. ,... I. too' rrxtur L*... Ik* dlol.. of I L-1 .IP II 0.c.u.. .. I R191106. a-kk. t>* *ud, 1M'IIITI -
May. Jane/5 17 19 II f Phone lot Stuart Hardware 'rI..I.1o l l h Ik. ritkr ..d Rather. W Antrim K K, hilive writ-, TKsrtfcC I MI4.-HAEL. ; : 0. LITTUAN Calls sawrat"96L"
1 1 29, Co, ik* ..."..... w4jusimm. Was" 064,11))" ten of a rtcsnt visit at their >>H.i False .Locker H n. U K..MtiJuki I- | 11 A. Altra* ".. AAmi.ishibb.Pool .-. pt I itI --
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PACK SEVEN '
THX TUART NEWS, STUART, Mmrtla County, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, ICNK U, 1W. "

MRS. MARY HARTMAN, Society Editor

I ings of the t WEEK IN STUART News.I Items Telephone office for this before S5-W paper noon most on reach Wednesday Office the newspaper Phone IN:




: BEU> Jensen Ga rdeners' 3 STUART FFA Montgomery said and that Alonxo the Brhlth State f.. .';" rlU t

G ; I John U Men- ONE OF .MANY BREADS Farmer English Degree the highest 'degree '.,. !

.. 10 guests at Efforts Successful awarded by the Florida .'{ i" : :' I
i, I'i I t
I party at their HONORED '
Estates Thurs i Mr and Mrs Phil Pagan of BOYS Future Farmers, Is presented toFFA } I t : ::
[ \ score prizes the Jensen Beach community are .members for "high standards \ d !
Mrs C. r, Ireland quite proud of their gardening of work In supervised farmIng J' t '
: Bruner Others at success this year having pro Daytona Beach June 19 -- cooperative activities: scholarship : \ '' 1 1
Mr and Mrs Hub duced enough fresh vegetable (ENS) State School Supt. and recreation'' I I
: Mr, Ireland. Mn for themselves and three other Colin I English!: announced this "Sf J I"
B 1
week the winners of the State Ninety-two FFA members received '
Mrs E. A. Men- families and canned 107 containers :
( Mr and Mr. of vegetables for future Farmer Degree awarded at the the degree at the convention ",,' ;.f :' i
use, according to Miss Lucille In- 19th annual convention of Florida : at which 500 Future Farmers ,:. f '
sco Martin County home agent Future Farmers here. met to map next years.FFA f' { 1 I
left last week Miss Inscoe also reported organization Winners of the..degree from activities and choose, new Sat f c it;
demonstration Stuart are Jesse Quigley, Robert ill
in St Augustine of a home officers, "
two weeks with her I club at Jensen Beach, Attending the convention from : ';f ;"
Mr 1 with the following officer: Mrs. Stuart are Robert' Greene Emerson '/ i \ f
daughter Mr and Mrs W, O Penney i. ,
M Bchouteu, Marjorie Buffam/ president Mrs Kramer Harris Wall Don' i .
Mildred Tllton vice-president, drove to DcLand Monday mOl'n.Ing aid Terry, Stephen Huddle and ''I !
Mn. Bctte Tllton secretarytreasurer. to take vacationing Stetson Qulgley Montgomery and Smith .1 ':
and "
University students back to were unable to be present to receive 4 i J !
Williams who has school to' begin the summer their degrees. Accompany. : \

: : past o( Mrs lew Frank weeks Mc-has George and Lawrence Gideon quarter Burroughs Besides their Jack son BoggessJack Donald ing the boys Is C. W Long who JJf'i!. r J ,
took a tor them
adviser
who with Jerry Snipes Is. senior '
'
her home In Wert Beck- .
Hartman and Henry IV :
written
cross-country tour, have ; _
She expects to re man made up the party, :
Richmond that they '
'later in Uu eel- from -- : : t
are stranded there with motor iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuMiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiNOTICE ,1\ : ,
Lewis Gideon of Jensen Beach t\\
trouble Snipes has returned \ : r:1:
e Raisin Bread drove to DcLand Sunday to
EtUwller led Mon Cooks are pretty well agreed that there U perhaps nothing I home The jaunt whert took they the trio visited to take his brother, Blunt, who is friends. This is \ '' .\ II ,.
Tennessee all
To ;,
home In Miami af satisfying than bread-baking. The smooth feel of the dough re-entering Stetson University my \\1'
visit -with Mr, and while more it 1 II being kneaded, the fragrance of the baking loaves, and Oeorge I brother,Donald dentistry Gideon In I after three months vacation He to stato that I am interested and that \, !
who is studying welding
matter how often they are repeated will begin his sophomore year In solely in .
the first satisfying bitno "
where .
Memphis, to Mounts 111, I administration Lewis 1 have no interest in any ,
*- always appealing business 'j '
are fact which they visited the parents of Lewis filling station or garage in 1,1,
.There is almost\ infinite variety In breads, too-a I returned Sunday night. '
Arthur Sebrlng cooks sometimes forget From a basic sweet dough, for Gamble; to Altar Incl. and on Martin Countt."o. I. ., :
K J, who are some example, come delectable coffee cakes, tea rings, hot rolls: and many side trips of historical interest. Dennis Hudson left Sunday lI }

.tour to see of Florida Mrs. r to all of them some new twist can be added, some new combination night for Gainesville to continue DAN PAGAN :'!'-(. '/, ,
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'
Sebrlng has been of fruits, jelly or nuts. 0 -, studies at the University of Florida Portable Welding Service \ :i' !
Raisin tread, baked In regulation loaves, Is a perennial favorite Leslie Kldd.lcft Sunday for He has spent two weeks .. .
the Post Office! In meal of the day or Box 1111, StuartIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUtlllllllllllll ,
Easy to make, it can be served at any I Gainesville to begin his sophomore vacation with his parents, Mr ,
27 years and soon coffee, and U toasts Beautifully) Hcr s atasta ::
He Is also a Navy with afternoon tea or year In business administration and. Mrs D:"8 Hudson ----- I I :ijt "
recipeS : of Flor* -
I at the University
War a home They In pickares yeast, compressed .I teaspoons salt Ida He spent a two-week Vacation ''fflPll
beaten
Z .
or dry granular K here with his uncle and
he. -retires. 14 cap lukewarm water II cups sifted enriched flour aunt Mr and Mn Arthur Chap- OCEAN FRONT Vacation
(about) an
1 cup milk: Enjoy
*.'Richard M Doi- H shortening t cups raisins pelka
cop
o -
children were week. Vi cap sugar
In Orlando Scald milk Add shortening Bud Chappelka left Tuesday'
water
In lukewarm
Soften
and yeast salt, Cool to lukewarm Add flour to make" a thick for New Orleans for a weeks at near-by
sugar ll1.1 ll-
Clark R.N. staff batter Add softened yeast and eggs Beat well. Add enough visit After a summer vacation '8
Turn out on lightly floured board here he expects to return to the
Martin County Hos more flour to makt a soft dough
Norms Peabody, and knead until satiny. Knead raisins into the dough. Place In University of Florida the las;
for' Dr. K greased bowl\, cover and let rise until doubled When light, punch of, July to begin his junior year
spent a two week down Shape Into loaves and place in greased bread pans Let -
Jensen Beach and rise until doubled Bake' hi moderate oven ((373 F.) 30 to 39 Mr, and Mr Arthur Chip- Why travel for dayilo vitil. a happy

for their homes In minutes, or until: done. Yield: 2 loaves.Mr pelka and son, Jim left Tuesday Mjmnur vocation land? Why ipondot
Conn- for the sum for California for a month''a- .
J much procloui lime reaching a
and Mrs L. L. Halbach of Mill/ Cornelia B. Adams plans vallon; ; They were accompanied I odor
0001T Vero Beach were Sunday guesti to leave parly in July for a summer as far as New Orleans by their demotion at you do relaxing ,

McCullough night of Mr. and Mrs Ted Chambers vacation which will take rirr son, Bud you get Ihtrs? Mote every hour ol
local hospital, Is on and daughter Ann at their to New York and Chlcagq to 1 Uitui time count...bo off/ with
1111 illr 1 ; of two weeks, part Jupiter bland home, visit her sisters On the way uo Mr and Mrs. Arthur N Schou- your
N. la spending it the she will stop In Daytona Beach t n and children, Dion and Sally ht family on a fun filled holiday atn
. at Florida State to spend a week with Mrs M F Nan drove to Avon Park Sunday of.by Vila l ocK an the cool I
. .... Mrs Phil Pence and four little Wsmslpy a former Stuart resident to take their daughter, Barbara vacation
daughters spent three day Atlantic, where ovtry
. to
Stewart and Duane Madiera
,. Mrs. John B Hart last wnk! with Mr and Mrs.. Ted Camp Wlngmann, the Eplscopi) activity It provided. Enoy| a variety
Sound while '
the birth ot a Chambers Mr. Pence at was Hobe In, Atlanta on aluslness II, Mrs John Q MacDonnld .Is Young People Camp This session of..iport fi"'lng"'Ond' ocean bathing;
1"I Sue, who weigh from
} os She has been trip for the city. The expected home from Washington. Jtfnel5-2r of the car ,cont.llluea from clean Kind boachei Coif ono
ChamMrs1 first"uf July. She wot tip
lour tots and JlUk Ann the Decide
holt
18
jlbator for. a tpltndid court
f t'}: were luncheon guests one April 1 to visit her son-in-law
Hart will be re day of Mrs Val Bartlett at her and daughter, Mr, and Mrs J. F" Jim Bowden of Hobc Sou ml now to discover th* vncrowdtdelo ,

here as Marjorie !beach house Ellis and to greet her first left. Saturday afternoon for Clil .*-o!.hand comfort pf ,thu touthoast .
of Mr and Mrs
grandchild, Corrlnne, who arrived cago where he will stay with his
'
Stnd
Florida retort' community
April 29 uncle and aunt while working I'
..
i- Jim Harrell Is now on Inactive Mrs E. C Hosford of Atlanta In a manufacturing plant for tut today for Information and rat s. ,
daugh and will ,
Burgess duty with the Navy her son-in-law and summer Jim was a member ol
Is visiting
Mrs. Ed Burgess, spend the summer months wkh daughter, Mr and Mrs John this years graduating class ol Comfortable accommodations in notefs, cottages, apartmtnfs ,\ I
(!: for Mars Hill N. his mother Mrs, Louise Harrell, ,
her freshman yesr on Stypmann Blvd.Jim has been Dumlck for two we Ks having the Stuart. high.school on tho beach or In town low summer rates. 't" j ,
down for the christening -
She Is a college training Come I j
College the Navy
taking of their daughter Evelyn!: Claire, Donald Hartman left fiutunlaj Writ loi DEPARTMENT 1-S 'f
at Hill, N. C I
class
1948
the at Chapel
program 7 months Baptism was by the afternoon for Atlanta to enroll d
School and return for the fall ;
High he fill J
) where ;
Tallahassee Rev..W. O Aldrldge Sunday at Monday at Georgia Tech where BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ,
la session In September VERO
.. the Methodist Church, he will begin his.freshman yai: IL
'. -. .... .*_ I In chemical engineering He wai: \ Veto B o o c h, Florida I I :;1
Joe Phillips Jr, a GI honor of graduated this month at St
Dyer returned George Arthur Sacgcr son
at VMI. has written School >
r I student Tallahasn Leo College Preparatory t H
I Cleveland where from Richmond that he plans I Mrs Ray Saeger of -'- -.--. -- --- --- --- -------I '
the Martin Is now on terminal leave after ,. "
to work this summer and return ," '
of the Red Cross In the Navy. lie Is ''
,"" to begin his sophomore six years :
I : In September '1. :
convention. Mrs visiting his aunt, Mrs Seymour II I JltJ '11
". the other dele yearBetsy IOldl'On. In Jensen/ following a __ 1- A :, } ;'

.... accompanied N. C her to, Barr has Issued Invitations I visit with! his mother.

\ Charlotte for 1:30: p, m Saturday Sa&
turn-
before
"I. 9n1lBltl
. Mrs. Smith reported when she will celebrate her Mrs George W Conrad and .1fJ& n;
Boston Red Sox play birthday with a party and movie son, Carter, and Mrs Ralph 'lr
matinee tor several classmates Chandler left Tuesday by car Iill IillI
.... June 11 'Bob Feller for Ashvllle and Chimney Rock, !\ '
'I'P
. Ferris each pltcHed a will spend the next \I.'
. Innings", she wrote The Rev and Mrs. W, 0 Ald- N C. Carter Rook
I' ridge were entertained at dinner two months at Chimney
-
Daniels by Mr and Mrs W N, Boys Camp on Lake Lure Mrs
Mrs Ralph Sunday

:::. )and' guests daughter of ,their Mr Tromer I Av.at. their home' on Cleveland to Conrad return. and,Saturday Mrs--. Chandler. plan ALL NEXT WEEK t:; ( .1j

.:: Jack K: Vlckers, !In .1
Last week they" tool
-. : u to the Lake Okee-:I LISTEN / ,

visiting the In.- 1M1JPMi 'l Beginning : I
l." .Uon at Brighton. ,j i 1
.. .
1ki
. .. Ray, a former col 23 9:30 A. M. I

,".'..". whom of Miss she Margare stay* "L .1 MON. JUNE : t;

,completed promotion _..
... )' work for the mo JUTWoIIMon.'Wed. Closing
, : the State Board ot
. left Sunday nigh _


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9145 A. Bargains in Women's and Misses' Dresses, Coats, Suits,


'WIRAJJ Shoes and Millinery I Chil ren's Clothing and Shoes


reduced: Excellent values in Men's Clothing and Shoes.


Come early 1 Charges payable in August! \
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I Hios of all kinds .
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l'I" rental .nd insur>


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i FACE liGHT THE STUART NEWS, STUART Martha COIIDL:#, FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JUNE U, MM.
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::1'1 ,11 mite? tunr't {cti; 1 Text of Two Briefs Presented By County COME ()"-LET'S LAM .

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: a .. e -- opoc==iiiiii inn> .".ii ii_i"g ca=g= OQo

&..1 I Published every Thursday at A REQUEST ness areas in the lower Everglades on the Gulf of Mexico, IN CHARACTER

r stile, I: t Stuart Martin County, Florida, to where the fresh water would do little harm. Such a canal' Recently a farmer wife fell into
a
r by Stuart Dally Newt, Inc? a could be solely for flood control, muddy Ikti "
The U.
\Sa s S. Engineer Dept. flowing by their Property. A group, of neighbor.151ed
( I Florida corporation. for In closing, we wish to register firm opposition to any to search for her body. Reaching the point JhSrl,
Entered second-class mall
ta the lever of the height of "
\ I A Solution to the Problems of, Flood program for lowering maximum woman had disappeared, the husband(, ,
: matter at the post office at Lake Okeechobee which would not at the same time in- strangely e*
started
:, Stuart. Florida under the Act Water Discharge Through St. Lucie upstream.
k'' v u Y or March (, 1879. Canal, In Connection with the Proposed corporate a correspondingly lower minimum If a decisionia I "Here, Homer," someone called out, "dowrf thk J
Ji H ever arrived,at to lower the present 17-foot maximum by, She couldn't have gone against} the stream. t 1
,
;!h; s Plan for efficient Water Control in
I I A FREE PRESS '34 YEARS OF SERVICE the Everglades. let us say 1 foot, we believe that the present 14-foot min- "The heck you eay j' rejoined Homer. "Sh J
.
''J I: imum should be reduced correspondingly to 13-feet, giving *
obstinate and contrary aU her
life
woman ,
I and TY. lltd.N. n.n ... r ..er.wr Presentedby and, 1 b1
y of control. A ctrl
h. the Engineer Dept. the same 3-foot bracket
I e fri Ilse Ml'nrl' .... ''h, ftr..rr., the ain't gonna change now!I"
{ j 1 Wks YuhliahrA' M Waarl. AVWI' !R 1 1f shorter bracket of control would cause the necessity for
A FREE PEOPLE ,, ; Lake
i ,Itllt 10''.. .rN no lh.Tlmw. Nlaat wu asRr.......10.....rilh.. A. A Itendry more rapid and more frequent discharge, and would increase '_ City Rep.
f I' kl! 'rM.rrY f. lYl7 Th.: "H; .,. D.11Y N.rJ For Martin County Commission *the of St. Lucie East spillway,
1' wa, faHUvdMl,; : IYY i.1.. rest, frequency opening THEY TOOK HIM'I I
,i d\ I, ..hl/n/ ... tv""". hww4 Mfur. Stuart, Fla. We further understand that the government contemplates
'f, 'r u h + "Kuucll" YbrA." l rv.hqrY|, at'' enlarging this spillway which would further aggravate While visiting In Dublin satirist Jonathan SwiftI(

( The Public Hearing, June 18, 1941, Belle Glade, Fla.. our condition, particularly if coupled with more asked for a subscription by a charitable organizaUolI.II
,
t\'JWIN\ A NNINOIR: : (iae.rl 11I..._ AUTHORITY FOR THIS REQUEST frequent discharge periods. I was planning. to build orphanage. He promised! il,
f AKNai1T P. Yt.'N"1". / N._ m
I ____--'- I Martin County Board of Commissioners, In-session Thanking you for any consideration of this request, pounds.
f ;, SUBSCRIPTION RATES Tuesday, June 3, 1947.. authorized the compiling of this Martin County Board' of Commissioners, The following day, It was announced In the *

; ,il Nr Milt, OM ,... "n.. Twi tank ... .Oss request, on the grounds that the present discharge of papers that he had promised 60 pounds. Furious S.I
,I muddy flood waters from Lake Okeechobee into the St. AN APPEALto voiced him protest to the members of the committee.TL

II ;: 'lh. rlikl Lucie River at periodic intervals under the present system offered to print a correction in the next edition ot n
1 1 1. .....-t .n" ub,..,......b.., ..dv.rYrnt.l but the author refused Co be
111 A.. .. _. cf flood control is Injurious and Is papers subjected to luckJ
l < ( J p !10 Mtliitfnl .nl/hd 1? lhr HW 055 myYhlla.IMr at .U MM, working an economic
The U S. Engineer
yq Departmentfor barra.'sment.
-- hardship to the people of Martin County, Florida The
\ MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS purpose of this presentation is to support the plan for other 'I'll give you the 60 pounds," he said, "on the eon,

Tho Ao.UUd. ....... I. slol.d v..llrr,,, I..., ,,rlh., do m ..r.uh//.lb// '. ot .U .a. drainage and flood control outlets than. are at present in. Relief of a Shoal Condition in the North tion that you permit me to choose the inscription overt!'
'',I 10.J 'OWI .5.d /I. th'' ..,.r ,".p. 'r. .r., .Wa .t! AI' .... d.WU'hws use, and to request the U. S. J Engineer Dept, to five Martin Fork of the St. Lucie River main entrance" .
\'.' Presented by This was agreed upon. The inscription
oQOC ornoooo. :: ocae County relief for this condition rh084l1
A. A. llendry 4 Swift was descriptive and) appropriate. It read ; "I

NEWS and COMMENT DAMAGE INCURRED BY PRIVATE AND 'BUBLIC For Martin County Commission,'Stuart, Floridato stranger 'and ye took me in."-Milwaukee Journal."t

INTERESTS """"* --"
O -0EO=== ono=: =ooo.ono: St. Lucie Canal and the Stuart-Okeechobee.Fort. The U. S. Engineer Department at a Special Hearing GOLFER'S DILEMMA

,: SATURDAY I old friend whom Myert Cross-Florida Waterway have been of immeasurable on Flood. Control involving the North Fork The country boy, watching his first
1 met an I had not seen for of the St. Lucie River at Fort Pierce, Fla. June : game of i"
I \ ten. years, mid we went to too inlet together, lie was public benefit in the increase of navigation\ and in 19 1947 was amused at the heroic efforts of a man in a land Ir,
amazed .at all the changes that had occurred. Sandbars serving its primary purpose of flood control and this project to extricate himself. Finally the man belted the ball in

/I. bad fhifted. There were windrows uf Australian pines was favored by Martin County wheu I it wall projected.At REQUEST FOR SHOAL CORRECTION right and It dropped on the green and rolled into the h hi,"
where nothing but white sand had been. lie was also that time neither this community nor the Engineer Dept. "Gosh," chuckled the boy, "he's going to have a hard to

i amazed at the progress\ of our town the new buildings were probably aware of the fact that discharge of floodwaters Martin County f Commission has no objections and In' getting out of that one."-American Golfer.
and the Hew people. "How things have changed!" he said. in an effort to keep Lake Okeechobee within bound --
fact constructive flood control drainage
FIRST
aries which would meet both flood control and navigation approves any ( or FIRST THINGS
project relating to the North Fork of the St. Lucie River, ; First "Shall
golfer; we play another round of
requirements would result in the commercial i I''
AND: YET, looking at the little changes, which have damaging which can be consummated without silting in the channelof next Monday!" 1
occurred, it seems to me that the next 1 Id() could and sport fishing and general! economy of Martin Countyat
years the Atlantic outlet the St Lucie River, or creating foul water conditions Second golfer: "Well,'I was to be married on )Mil
bring about far greater changes startling In their injurious, tt fish life. day but I it off till "
t The St. Lucie River is a broad, salt water estuary ) can put Tuesday. -The Vl'ifpl
+ -- possibilities.! Our in having a representative at this meeting
I purpose Tongue, Torrington, Wyoming.
which is quickly changed overnight from .a salt or semi-
,
Is to approval for beneficial project '----
our anY' ;
SvHOULD the deepening of St. Lucie Inlet be approved, brackish condition to a muddy, fresh-water condition when and at the express same time to ask the Engineer Dept to give full YOUR SLIP SHOWS
the spillway at Lock No. 1 St. Lucie East Lock miles
t will From the Steubenville Ohio, Herald-Star-: 'Li-nib b
\ you see waterway development here far In excess of consideration to navigation factors which nave been destroyed
.W anything! we have ever known. For at last access to the west of Stuart, is opened to major or full capacity This by the Little Cane Slough drainage canal not last on the program was Mrs. George Sharpe"

fen will be safe and sure. That' item No. 1. It hangs by a operation, when continued over any period of time sufficient This canal, created by a St. Lucie County drainage From a Massachusetts paper: "Frank Cape istttl.,

I thread as this i Is written but it is certain that it will be to have effect in lowering Lake Okeechobee, results district, emptying into the North Fork on its west shore hospital suffering from head injuries and shock! talus l

done some day.SUPPOSE. In : about 1 Vi miles above the Narrows, has in the course of by coming In contact with a live wife." I IA
j (1)) Driving the spit water fish which both the
(
on year completely blockaded the upper waters of the North prescription label issued, by I a Burlington' loti
; '': ; ; that men of real initiative and vision start commercial, and sport fishing industries are dependent, out Fork from navigation through the carrying down of sand drugstore, reads I "Take one after. breakfast and sufferReader's .' |
of the and into the of
I { to develop the ocean beach from Jensen south. Suppose estuary ocean stopping production into the main stream. Before this occurred, the upper Digest.
I fish in the inside waters, and ,bringing to stnadstill those ;
\ they get rid of the Ihangrove swamps and the resort enterprises which a North Fork, which had and still has 10 to 12 feet of wa- OOGOpO00CS: ::: : : : :::: DOC: =oa
V mosquitoes. That ocean beach has possibilities which are dependent on sport; fishing ter all the way to White City, was a favored, waterwaytouring'
in St. Lucie and ,
the ,
( Bay
are of greater scope than anything developed in our ground for yachts and houseboats and small cruis- t WITH THE OTHER EDITORS
((2)) Depositing sand and silt on the bottom of the,
\ ': county so far. St. Lucie Bay in such amounts as ,to remove from the cate- ers. Considerable charter trade existed among. boatmen =:Ioa.c=:::H=Oclllo"o: :: :: loao
taking upriver to troll for tarpon.
parties
of navigable water stretches. of the which : FISHING
large
\ bay TIMEA
gory 'I
rl' SO MANY
things can happen And so many will. In another These excellent sport fishing and recreation waters
I ', ,'' year, for certain now, we'll\ have a good road stretching were formerly navigable to any craft using the main have now been entirely cut off with the exception of the good many people will. understand what fora

: ". /: straight; from Stuart to Lake Okeechobee. That willbung Channel. very smallest skiffs. It is doubtful if there is much more I President Hoover meant when be said that one of the VI<
The United States Engineer!! Dept., both through its few times a president of the United States can be sure ,
I'' many changes, than one foot of water over the shoal which has filled in
I i 4 District Office and through Mr. A. R. Broadfoot engineerin the prior JO to 12 foot depth for almost one-quarter mile. i'any privacy is when h. goes fi lUng. Mr. Hoover, w

THERE WILL be new business buildings in our town charge at the Clewiston sub-office has attempted to This varies naturally with high and low water periods.We !knows what he is talking about In this instance, add

I t i and hundreds of new home in our communities These. regulate the flow of flood waters in such a way as to do request that the Engineer Dept. remove this shoal "The pneumatic, hammering of demands on a preside

I Things are certain. Don't tell Stuart short this community the minimum possible harm, but neverthe. because'of' the economic value to our community of the mind has increased, in frequency with the rising tide
j} +1.,1 I less the problem ia such that remedy sought. In'the
I a
and international 'he
r. reestablishment of the"charted boat trade in the upper economic complexity just hu '
t .' BUT TERIfAPS the greatest and most hopeful change of 64 days of discharge' this spring, when the canal put froma I river.. While it is difficult to put a value on the recreational get' away somehow somewhere", and be alone for 11 f

: {t all: will come in the human scene. New people are "putting maximum of 8,000 cubic feet per second to'a minimumOf aspect of ,this lost navigable water,, some," idea of hours once in while.."
j their roots down" here people with imagination andy 2000 cubic feet per second into the St. Lucie River local the tourist value can be estimated from the fact that if as This!goes for people less burdened,,! than a preside,

'\ (Moan.,) Many of our own young men have ambitious plans. interests estimate that more than 150 billion gallons of ,I few as 3 charter craft a day used it, at the current fee of of :these United States. While few citizens have miythi,

'i t It's not only Nature, but man, too, who makes changes. muddy fresh water was carrie I from this outlet into the $50 per day accepted for this type of fishing the economic like the troubles that beset a chief executive, they t*
sea. We do not have the exact figures, but this estimate
their
Increase would amount to $150 per day, or around $54,000a own problems that are real and exhausting to the
;'..t THE ONE thing; certain is that all will change. the is based on an average of 5,000 cubic feet per second for year. Even half that amount or $25,000 annually, would There is something about fishing that give strength a

., i-I E. L, period. : merit the improvement. poise for renewed attack on life. It doesn't all come fr<
"'- -- This- fresh water, which will be vitally]) needed for We further request that in event this improvementIs that experience, glorious as Indeed it is, of hauling a p
H NEEDED A SENSE ground water reservoirs should a drought occur, was testing gleaming fish out of the end of being
: OF HUMOR made, that the drainage/ district which has authority water on the a
wasted In the ocean.. Unless plans are made to divert It, it ,
pole. The
Little Cane Slough Canal be instructed to put in sport of fishing can be followed for
over pro-
j (McComb, Mississippi Enterprise-Journal) will continue to be wasted. Economists state that ,
now dams of the St. Lurie chan- most part only in quiet places in the from i
;1 per check to stop silting River open away
What does a sense of humor have to do with preserving South FloridaVcoastal cities face a ceiling on 'develop nel rush and turmoil of cities There' something too, ab
: t world peace! A great deal, General Eisenhower !seems ment because of dwindling fresh water resources. Martin the water itself which'is fat
And then there
1 A further remedy which might offer a solution to soothing.
I t ; to think. For he has included it is a prescription which her County calls attention to the fact that enough fresh water
I sky above the '
1.1' open Which
,jf I this problem, and again allow craft drawing 2 or 3 feet of healing panorama of nature.
I has offered his Countrymen for attaining that goal: The 1.4 wasted under the present /system to support a metropolitan minds
1'1 it's time !
us,
i. water to enter the upper North Fork, would be to cut a to get those fishing rods in shape
I \ ;. other ingredients are firmness, patience, and military pre. area Ocala Star-Banner, "
by-pass canal from the North Fork about 1/8 mile above
j t ? paredness.ft I No exact figures are available at't this time as to the
,, : I'I r ,, We agree with the chief of staff. At the same time, economic loss suffered locally. During the last discharge Little Cane Slough Canal into a deep lagoon which extends IIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIII4IIUIIIIUIIHIUIIUIIIIIIIII .IIIIIIIIIUII/ ( ,
I j think, he would that of humor is period of loss of almost to the river's loop. .
t we agree a sense a com many complaints business were made by
: I modity that isn't easy. to keep on hand at all times in these such resort operators as The St. Lucie River Co., which Either of these improvements would restore navfea- Horticulturally Speaki
tion, and at the same time aid in flood control by deepen
II days. There is so much disappointment and apprehension 'ihas an investment of $40.000 or more at Stuart, cateringto
1 I connected with the peace efforts. With half of the world small boat fishermen in the Bay, and the Fishnhol Port ing the flume of the channel. The present shoal not only iiiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiniiniiMiiiiimuuiuuiiuiiuuiiuiuiuiiuuii

ti, ill 'fed, with governments and economies tottering, with Sewall, Fla., a similar enterprise operated by M. P. Pay- flood blocks waters.navigation In this but also connection acts as, the a bottle secondary neck impeding improve ., Because of( the Interest b avocado growing hwe.'l!'I am .reprint ji I

little quarrels threatening to become big ones, world af- ette. Commercial fishermen, who produce an estimated Nixon A
r .t ment might be most practical in that there would be Smiley report In the Miami Herald of varieties which will
tairs are no laughing matter. $1,000,000 worth of seafood annually]) laid up their nets no duce pears more lea
ot the
maintenance hazard for the future or at least hazard throughout :
no year
id But a sense of humor doesn't always need something and had no production at all in the period far the
so the
as
commensurate with that portion of the river immediatelybelow surest (food producer IB South Florida, and the! "least l lroll'
'f
; A} to laugh at. It isn't an emotion that is satisfied by slap large outfits which operate solely in the buy are concern- Little Cane Slough Canal. to grow undoubtedly It th. avocado. By planting six to eight olvarimu

stick. Nor is it the gift of witty speech that is nourishedby ed. If the Department desires! a more complete survey can Thanking' the Engineer Dept. for its consideration of varieties, It possible' to) harvest this! ein.rk'h fruil .b',
p
cynicism or a sense of superiority. Both of these are be made of this data. There U an attendant loss in general this the year 'men,],

j ? much too smug to deserve the name. business in the community. We desire to make clearat request, With the season approaching! tor avocados iM

A sense of humor! springs from an admission of the this point the fact that discharge in the spring or mid MARTIN Sincerely COUNTY, COMMISSION months of spring and early--turnnpr-the, planting All-Florida often s
ridiculous all of are of from is much less than in page!{
pretension that us guilty: timeto summer damaging the fall or winter. of avocados recommended! for horn A lot of scouting i ibe ,
time. And since every person who Is anywhere near Continuous discharge amounts to a major disasterfor necessary .before the desired varieties planting.located.
+ normal is predisposed in his own favor, that admission the community. This occurred during the constructionof Letters To The EditorINLET More than 150 varieties have been are In Dade coun II

lends! tolerance to one's general outlook. St. Lucie: Lock:.i in 1937 or thereabouts, when a !lengthy! LOOKS!! FAVORABLE', various timet, but few of these ever attained propagated Dooulnritv, Several
Such outlook makes it understand better period of ruined -- ------
an possible to discharge commercial flahrng ana inside Stuart NewS q Were popula' for a time On the other kf
the pretensions and self-esteem of others. It leads to bay sport fishing!!', and heavily' silted in the lower river.; Editor many varieties which recommended are. V
b more temperate thinking, Without a sense of humor the Many places which had from 8 to 10 feet of water were We appeared before the Civil Functions Committee ot the grown con, are ,for home planting

firmness that General Eisenhower prescribes can become reduced to 2 or 3 feet. Appropriation Committee which has Jurisdiction over the appropriation In the following ,
i overbearing, and the exercise of patience becomes almost A damaging factor of the discharge is that it changesthe for St.Lucie Inlet and similar projecti. I art very Clad and list the bearing&dates. given are approximate
impossbile. marine life which is the basis of seafood production happy to state to you that we presented a very fine showing to the FUSHIA-June IS to August Tree thrifty and prolific
Committee and I am Inclined to think that It will have the averages one pound, Flavor (fait: Not planted commercially ,
desired
Most of us are in no position to know how much of a killing off salt water grasses and mosses destroying small keeps-poorly/
j I sense of 'humor as well as patience and firmness, today'sIItatesmen clams which,, are food for pompano and other fishes, and results. However, often we think we jet results In a showing when ) V
i finally we are disappointed. Both Mr. Price French and Mr. 0. D. POLLOCK-July: 15 to &>pt. t. Tree vigorous hut serioudr
bring to world deliberations. But we can guess upsetting the entire balance of Nature. Thus, a discharge cold ""
from their photographs and their 'peeches. It might seem I period which turns the river entirely fresh long enough Qulnllvan were excellent witnesses and gave convincing testimony by Fruit two to five pound Flavoi) excellent No begs N"
planted
ii that America's Mr. Austin has a bit more than Secretary to kill off all]) salt water marine life, Is not immediately over to the Committee. I was Indeed pleased with'the showing{; that commercially. .
I when the lock is closed both of these gentlemen made. TRAPP-Sept. J to-Novj 1. Tree I weak growei but trenwi''
I :Marshall. Russia's Mr. Molotov seems to have a vestige of but takes several months there bearer.
You know It U a difficult and up hill proposition to Fruit!, 12 to 24 ounce Flavor! good. Not planted comroetcfv:
humor; Russia's Mr. Gromyko, nary a trace. after before the alt water plankton and other animal and let an
The presence or absence of a sense of humor among vegetable forms of marine life reestablish themselves. 'Item or a project put In In appropriation,blU when It U not recommended Ib to WALDlN-Oct 28 1 to Dec. 1. Tree thrifty! and heavy bearer.

i top diplomats conceivably can be considerable importance. A valuable oyster industry was coincidentally both by the Bureau of the Budget and thla yeat the Bureauof OU1lCel, favor good Pleated eommerdaUy. ',

''I* But General Eisenhower\ was not addressing himself to the created and destroyed: by the canal. A fresh water period the Budget ailed to Include all projects which were not In actual 14 to BOOTH 28 -Nov. 110 Deo. 1. Tree vigorous fnd proW ,
.
'qk top diplomats when he gave his prescription He wan talking '. put thousands of fresh water mussels on the river bottom ; construction cooperation. ". I ounces Flavor good. Widely planted eomowWry.LULUDec. ) ', .
", to his fellow Americans and his advice is worth heeds a salt water period killed them-oysters became affixedto I had a talk with the Chairman of the Committee and also 1 to J Jan 1. Tree rapid grower and: prplilH /

;. earh mussel shell and were thriving and ,producing with some of the Committee Members and while this approprla to 24 ounces. Flavor very good!. Widely planted cororoereiaW I* *
,
s taut Is not sure to I am inclined to believe that the BOOTH 7-Dec.l to. jad 15. Tree vigorous and proWw.
pata Committee
,al The more democratic a government' Is, the more its revenue when reopening of the canal killed them off. 1 10 20
i wHI recommend that It be Included In the to ounce. Flavor fair. Not widely phpted comm rcfally.
A Local authorities do Appropriation Bill '
policies reflect the temper of its citizen democratic: not know the answer to this wJ
l !The tub-committee will make Its TAYLOfl-De to Fek >. Tore rapid hardy )J'J:
N people with a Well-developed national sense "of humor damaging condition but we look with extreme favor upon repwt thejjext few day and grow i ae.I1) ;
F would not be likely. to ask for anger in their government's the opening of other outlets from Lake Okeechobee I in J Just as lOOn as they do, I will wire you so that yon can Inform the orally'. prolific Fruit 12 to IS ounce Flavor load. Planted com

firmness. order to give the Engineer Dept. greater flexibility in the other Interested parties and the people .ot, MarUn'Count,: '
Later on I will forward you a copy ot the hearing so that LINDAD, IS to Feb.,, IS: TM W and spreading,' vlgaj
We in the U. S. can impress our state of mind on the handling of such discharge At present the only two ef- you and .
may Me the showing that was made however, I prolific. Fruit two to four pounds. Flavor excellent.,fruit. pup.
government: Most of u .are blessed with some sense of fective outlets are the Cloosahatchee River and the St ;; am sending youth .
humor. If only all of us could turn that hippy sense upon Lucie Canal. Not being engineers we are unable: to statement that I am making to the Committee which will be too large, for commercial planting. JIll
there it be the printed In the Recerd along with the other testimony when the IIAu.-.Deo..l to FMsTTw" .vtMWf tad pioWfet,e Fruit
world affairs and fix it might even that we validly suggest answers to problem which would be 30 _
of inter practical from the engineering bearing are completed.\ Ai I above laid, I am certainly gratified 00 Flavor excellent Some commercial: planting.WACNER.Jan. .
could warm by a few degrees the!, atmosphere !standpoint, but we do sin- --.tl
national politics. cerely request that the Engineering Department it elf. with the stowing that was made and I want you to know that I ., 15 to M.rak. IB,' .... Itt wfcrt weak .to jV >udcommercially.

study the problem with a view'to giving us relief, whether have pulled every string I know: how to get thfc appropriation In but generally proUfip. Fruit lit to M oui* t, flavoi gn9d. Not Pls

who;; about themselves succeed from of the this bill and It we have failed to get it In this session,we have laid I .
"Men overtalk, deeuening present non-used, Everglades canals,
the foundation to get It,Ia,,()* next wssioav i aiOflirETrE-Jan.] i to KUy 'L Fhhy". viforoii* but |
> .
In:fooling the public very long. The Wallace (N. C.) or: the construction! of a new canal through the 'Glades te Wvv
this *OWIOH7 L. ROGERS a. producer. Fruit 9ft to 40, ouno**., :% 1IottJII'Ilaeently :
metropolitan desiring
Enterprise. areas fresh water or to ,wilder! Few commercial
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tax STUART NEWI, .'STUART, Martin C..nty, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. JUNE 19, 1....i. PAGE 151N> "


A SPREADING that Is quite topic to livestock, Your Free nnnIDUnaululuunululuulutolauunumnuuluanunuuunlnlanulnn ) ARREST LIMIT CITED :
Keep Airport
L June If Having hat become a pen in many in- J Tallahassee, June It 'Although INK 'il I
,
Beach cultivated gardens dian River County pasture dur Notes of Interest To Veterans ;; 4 4T

1 from ing the put few years, accordIng By LEONARD R, HAKTENFELD under general State law .Jll
ornamental plant Geoff H. Moore V. A. Ceatact Officer '
iiiU a in County Agent Marcel A. (Reprinted from the magazine "",TING") At office of H. R iowery, Jr Fort Pierce Headquarters a policeman cannot make ar 8 !. I 1
Boudet. ,Investigation being (Editor Note: Because of the Increasing Interest In aviation and rests outside his municipality, a '
are 1 to 4 m. Monday, r
p 10J Atlantic Ave.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ;
t ifEEf made In this auction now to Martin.Count;'I particular problems connection.with full development / : .iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiintiiiiii.. I l / ______. policeman who also U a deputy REDI MIX ',; 1 r ; !
of Wltham Field The :Mews reprints herewith with permission 1 ''I
determine >whether 2,4-D I* a an %intelligent analysis which shows that similar problems Questions on all phases of the 01 BUI while t am taking sheriff can pursue and arrest a CONCRETEREINFORCING ; I f'.,r 1' ;-
satisfactory control for lantana. person outside the city limits If ;11
veterans benefit In ,
come .
regularly
v .WORK I are factd by communities all over the nation. Hartenteld who on-the-Job training under the J .
to contact representatives a crime Or misdemeanor Is committed
SCAPING STOPSI Is president of Public Airport Service Inc.. Washington, D. C.. was of the Veterans Administration act? .. fli: 11 !
In his
HAL REPAIRSW the Navy Bureau of Aeronautics expert on airport law during the but the majority of World War A.-Yes. you can go to school presence Attorney STEEL, ; /j.I"
WASHING- 666 General Tom Wason has ruled. "
I, CHILLS I war.) II veterans are Interested most under the Sevlcemens Readjustment
SINESS RESIDENCE Whatever your community' plans for an airport pin of all In hospltallzation. disability Act while you are tak- : fl' "I

WASHING AND. .... ,.,.Iv.",..I.tI.1.. Tt:: : ::FEVER this motto on your wall: "No monopolies I" That a policy compensation and education ing on-Lhe-Job training If the STUARTCITY CONCRETE M '
.w ..._ '
which not makes economically but prqmiaea to and training BLOCKS y yi ;
A USHING '' .... only sense school course is determined Lobe
REMOVAL AND S!:! H M ::T.11w6ST : ..:.. c--..::. become a legal imperative. Here are the answers to some related to the on-the-Job COMMISSION .i ( if: !

((1 The free-enterprtst certain Federal laws not Interpreted of the questions In those fields: course. The Government wUl Regular Meetings t '
ANTING principle ( pay ALUMINUM H :
STEEL & i.
as yet by the courts Q-How can I get emergency : 1'1.I
0n should apply to all types of public your tuition
WORK ,I
OGRAPHING the hospltalliatlon 8100. P. M. rtr
airport aviation services! as Aside from these questions WINDOWS "j' j' ,
I BUILDING distinguished/ from socalled"nonaviation issue may also be raised as to A.-Have your doctor or a I Q.-WIll the Government pay' 2nd and 4th ; H
CAAs authority In putting an friend or a relative contact the I \
; REPAIRS 0.ll tst services" such as for tools and other equipment i : 'I )
antl-monopoly string on airport nearest VA hospital by telephoneor WEDNESDAYSStuart MASONRY WHITE ,
ERTY MAN GENT restaurants." It applies! especially while I am taking on-the-Job '
I to contracts with air carriers: funds. This too can be telegraph If there Is a VA training under the OI Bill? City Hall PORTLANDCEMENT : ; '

s s fixed base operators, charter decided only by litigation office nearby, a contact representative A.-Yes. If the tools and other C \ '. ((1/l
t J you to sell. List The economic case against will assist In completing for /
sales
have services, flying schools, and equipment are necessary .I'\; i '
e Ih a* for proper handl- groups, Including gasoline arfd monopolies at airports would arrangements successful pursuit and completion Public Always Welcome Phone 748 Fort Pierce ? ; ;k t !

Register with us for oil companies. seem. to double the urgency; of of the course of training '.J b I'
m getting rid of them A recent Q.-When .Is the deadline tor and la required by all trainees
Evidence shown assuming

r V ymenl.for Cement sale blocks ABSTRACTS sound direction by the com- survey that of made 1216 by munlclpally-own-CAA Indicates without reinstating a physical NSLI term examination policies? 't Q._I have been; told that my : : ?

TAX ;AND TITLI munity, that competition ls the ed airports, only (95 are operated A.-Most veterans can reinstate pension will be reduced In 60 TILTON'SSUNDRIES
hneth Stimmell INVESTIGATIONSESCROWS: life of trade and the key to aprosperous directly by the municipal-owner NSLI term policies without days. What, can I do to prevent. 1'i :
airport. Hard legal .jI, ,
e of others have a physical examination until I this reduction .
| Owner Manager A majority the ;
TITLE
INIUUNCIFLORIDA facts point toward trouble If DRUG SUNDRIES
JII'JII'CANDIES
been leased on an exclusive basis Aug. 1. A.-You may submit additional GLASSF..I I
your airport has encouraged or
T U A RTlERVICES plans to encourage monopoliesof to private companies, often to evidence to show that the reduction SUN TAN OIL SUN SHADES SUN :! I
school under Is not warranted.
aeronautical businesses the subsequent regret of the Q-Can I go to '
ABSTRACT CO. any TOBACCOS JEWELRY
, communities involved.*Many of "I I ""I.
or operations.Legal
JIM' these communities were new to SODA FOUNTAIN r
Krueger. ,Building KENNEDT. I J,1 ;
ItJU P aU_. aspects of airport op- aviation, having obtained their NEWS OF ACTIVITIES
86 Phone 41rW STUAJIT FLORIDA erations while not yet crysUlIl2ed airports from Army and Navy,I COUNTY SODAS ICE CREAM SANDWICHES 4 4 J : I

do give warning against and they understandably entered ColumBy NEWSPAPERS J'
, monopolies Little-known even leases! The County Agent's MAGAZINES l : ; : j
Into such exclusive '
t
to many who have already ap- lack of knowledge of I \ I
MARTIN COUNTY I plied for Federal aid In their airport airport through operations failure to L. M. JohnsonThe I iit I ;" .

program Is that the Civil understand the airports civic
l'' WELL DRILLERS' Aeronautics Administration Is Importance and a desire to avoid attention of mango grow heads the dairy association 25- I !

' strongly anti-monopoly This maintenance operation and development ers Is called to the coming an- member Dairy Month committee I : : :

" All Types of Pumping applies already to public In operation airports as whichare well costs. nual meeting of the Florida which, according to Lay, has FUGATE and GREENLEES', Wlljl a
'
as to new ones. More recently the trend has Mango Forum to be held the been appointed to carry out the I "
NEW EQUIPMENT been toward more direct municipal latter part of July In Hollywood I
associations: Dairy Month program \
According to regulations! recently management. Scores of The exact date and time will be Engineering Surveying, Blue Prints : : '
b Charles Mayes &Jack Gipson promulgated by CAA, local cities have rewritten their airport announced later The purposeOf being held In cooperationwith I ,

IS L Fourth St. Garage Apt. governments getting Federal contracts to open the fields this. forum is to engage In the National Dairy Council I Estimate Submitted on Request I j;, J 1" : '
funds for airport building or to free competition under the any activity concerned with the and other State and national j ,
1, Just West of Dr. Parker's Office
.
Improvement must not 'grant
direction of a munlclpally-ap- promotion dere:opment, production dairy "
f exercise, or permit the exercise pointed manager. and marketing of man groups 303 E! 4th STREET STUART, FLORIDA j 1't
Ernest R. Graham of Miami,
of exclusive right for use of '
? any Classic example of the benefits goes and other tropical fruit f"
, I the airport by one air carrier operator from this kind of a,set-up Is The Importance of milk and president of the Florida association : PHONE 311 :

or for rental of aircraft Roanoke, Va, with a populationof dairy products as essential foods has called on all of Florida -
to the public, for conducting more than TO,000. For the 'a more than 1000 dairymen
and the necessity for the produce
:I lie American Oil Company charter flights;or for operatinga eight years prior to 1(37. Roanoke tion on Florida dairies of a greater by letter to make a special effort .1 {
school. aircraft
firing selling -
leased Its exclusively
airport year round supply .of home during June to launch dairy t
aircraft parts of equipment to a fixed-base operator.. During produced milk adequate to meet FLOWERS For All OCCASIONS II
AnnouncesTHE or toe repairing aircraft the eight years the city lost, the growing demand for fresh farm and plant Improvement

and engines. or for carrying on an average of $7,000 annually; fluid milk in Florida Is emphasized plans and programs and to em- BOUQUETS .0 CORSAGES CUT FLOWERS ..r.J ji'i ,
other airport services or fixed to the In
and the number of planes basedat by a special proclamation phasize public every
EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORSHIP FROM operations of an aeronautical the field Increased from two' Issued by Governor Caldwell In way possible all the good things FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS e I

MAINE Tq FLORIDA FOR nature* to only nine I which the month of June is pro- about Florida milk and dairy DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CERAMICS ,1. 'r l'' ;
CAA ruled In addition that the In 1937, the city employed RJ claimed Dairy Month. foods and the States hundreds
"will permit all qualified of modern dairy farms and milk "
sponsor .
operators on reasonable terms Dunahoe his tint aa airport year on manager.During the Job Florida A special committee Industry for headedby the processing plants SMITH'S FLORAL & GIFT SHOP ,,t

SER VEL and without unjust discrimination the loss to the municipality was E.: T. dairy Lay executive secretaryof WE WIRE FLOWERS .. t :- :: ,""j
4
to use the airport for any only $700. the second year It Farmers are reminded that If '
Florida "
the Dairy Industry
aeronautical business or opera- ,broke even, net third-year profitwas Association witnessed the signIng they wish to participate In the Arcade Bldg, 5th St.. Ft. Pierce Phone 310-J IJI
tion up to the capacity of the r.000. and total profits of the proclamation by Governor 1947 Agricultural Conservation
airport," and 'will not hereafter above operation maintenance far Caldwell.W. Program they; should apply fertilizer I ,.1.1j
, RefrigeratorsAVAILABLE grant to anyone an exclusive eight years of operation reached on their groves by July 1.
of
, erosene J Barrttt, Jr, ,Tampa j
right to sell aviation gasoline. or $78.000. Planes based at the field I Receipted Invoices for fertilizer
II I oil." Jumped from nine to 78. the, "should be turned In to the office ,
I NQW LOCALLY Other parts of these regulations number of fixed-base operators send all their customers to the of the county agent as soon
can be construed ,as offering from one to 12. the number of price-cutter, since the more un- as possible after that date. Information :
I THROUGH the local governments an'escape" large hangars from one to six: profitable !business he does, the regarding this pro | VENETIAN f'' }

"' from such prohibitions Under the monopoly! there were sooner he will go broke. gram ,will be supplied by the .
under certain exceptional clrcumstances. I seven fatal accidents on the To sum up: for a healthy county agent. a : t4

ARLE STUART But In most cases field. Under free competitionthere cessful community airport, keep | BLINDS
the regulations will mean that was none. monopolies Involving aviation I George H. Baker assistant r-
local governments can get no businesses oft the runways and nursery Inspector from the State
MARTIN COUNTY DISTRIBUTOR FOR THE A portion of this success may ,
Federal funds from the CAA airport be attributed to Increased Army- out of the hangars and administration 'Plant Board, was In Martin p
AMERICAN OIL CO. program appropriation unless Navy war-time flying. But a buildings except in County Friday and Saturday Inspecting HOME FURNISHINGS '
In advance that very unusual circumstances permitted amaryllls and Easter
they agree greater portion results from efficient -
CONTACT HIM AT no aeronautical monopolies will and resourceful management by the CAA regulations, Illy bulbs, melaleuca trees and
be permitted on their fields To aimed at protecting the and where the advantages' to the other nursery stock. Baker reported '--

put It another way old and new community Interests. City officials community are unquestionably he found no evidence of McMillan Furniture Co.

LMER MOTOR CO. fields will be pledged against and the entire community demonstrated contagious diseases on any of '
such monopolies before any backed the managers enthusiasm Avoid legal difficulties by the plants he Inspected.. 610 ORANGE AVE. FORT PIERCE PHONE 699 1 '
avoiding long-term contracts Anyone wishing to move or
Federal funds are granted for the project. Even
If airport owners have executed when Army-Navy traffic dried which may one day leave the sell plants should have them inspected -
STUART. FLORIDAUSINE.SS monopolistic leases ( community In the embarrassing before moving them
or con- up during 1 M9, net operating I .
trols) and seek airport funds, profits from the field to the city position of being forced to from their property If word Is ,
they are In for trouble -They were approximately $12000 and acquiesce' In an operation that left at the office of the county Repair For Spring
will get nO' Federal help unless all 12 fixed-base operators grossed la unfavorable to over-all community agent as to the location of the
they Induce lessees to rewrite substantial profits Interests. plants to be moved the Informa-
FACTS Check all contracts and leases tion will be given to Baker when '
their leases so that free competition Free competition Is often
will be permitted. Obviously criticised on the grounds that If covering aviation activities. he returns to this area. We are now receiving I I1'' ,

many lessees who hold monopolies several fixed-base operators are thoroughly with CAA airport offlclals 'Martin County farmers are many hard-to-get items. 1 '' a aS
INSTANTLY ON'CALL, will not want to give up exclusive permitted at an airport, one of before signing them, to showing a great deal of Interest
rights, and many local them will start a price war and make sure that they meet CAA In planting sesbanla seed for a S r lIi

-IN Art Metal l FILES governments may have to resort, they will all lose money anti-monopoly specifications leguminous summer cover crop. .
to court action In the effort to The answer to this argument Maybe you do not need any To date approximately 10,000 i YY I '
rescind such leases. The outcomeof U that the airport wants only, Federal funds this year but Ibs. of seed have been plantedon See us for screens, screen doors f
legal action will depend on, the most efficient operators next year maybe you will. crop lands Addltonal plantings M
the Individual circumstances The greater their efficiency the I Pick a good manager with the are expected this summer, window frames, fancy grilled

You are sure of long and the construction given to lowet the charge will be to the I clear understanding that the screen doors etc.MillWork .
service and efficient operation flyers and the public. The difficulty airport Is to be run without NO DEATHS REPORTED
Athletes Foot Itch favor to any single Individual
when buy an Art with personal flying today Tallahassee June 11 The .
you Not Hard To Kill. Is that It la much too expensive or group weekly morbidity report from
Bet prosperity coming
on
Metal Director File. Art If an operator cuts I 1 !
the State Board of Health here
Metal Filet have improved I In One Hour prices to such an extent as to faster under and competition remaining After healthier all.I Ir showed no deaths In Martin Handled!! at All Times J4Jj
.. Iraiton. l
H not pW 4. raur I la tack at aiir make his operations unprofitable -
roller ( TK-OL. a STRONG (.Mlrbfe amiUna that has been the basis of the ; County for the week, ending
Aroo ball bearing ..% IraM. it PZNZTRATK8.MnckN he will soon go out of r and June 7. '
MORI tmrmt If KILL U.. $h.kUcally business. In such eases, the best nation growth prosperity
'cradletype Al since Its beginning Keep your CASA LUMBER CO. -
progressive
STUART DRUG STORE possible defense of the other r free I MARRIACa APPLICATIONS
suspension. Friction resistance Aa>. operators at the airport Is toLUMBER I airport k bar< Date Line: Woo P.la web. ,
.M ...... .-.. Wa < Pata hack,
: ii almost entirely .o....I.. H. laiana* w. P.I. laecl. '
".d 11.-04.. 50 II.......... .u..... PHONE 66
eliminated The Art Metal C...'. W "_..I. Jr, Waat P.ha
REAL a-.6. ..e. ...... C. 11w... P.,.
friction clutch aide lock s.-a. ,

compressor la an,exclusive
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feature. ,It release in. :? aDd ESTATEInvestments
u HBuilding
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and will hold cosuenta 1
IN WEST PALM BEACH
firmly. Let us tell you more
Materials THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE
of
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' '.' r tJ 'j FLETCHER NAMED I Florida Vegetable Committee In A efcuwh> dinner wJl) be held In contrast with ) OLO'G

t \ \:: George neither of Indian. connection with development ofa. Intracoastal Waterway .ProvesGreat FORESTRY BOARD In !the chapel ':M P- m. Wednesday national decrease of nZ

I J\ 1 town wu one of 28 Florida I Statewide merchandising pro- ..JIlI'Atat1NG\ 2$. during 1S4S"

i' I, : vegetable l producer named to: tram at the committee annual
: act ai contact man betweengrower State convention In Orlando Asset to 'State's Progress OBSERVES 20THANNIVERSARY IN FLORIDA 0
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; I \\5 I 4 .* ol the State and the, which ended last night. SHOWS BIO INCREASE' LOYAL ORDER

\ I MOOSE IIIIIF
u. : Dairying In Florida has Increased STUART g
!
\ I BY AUGUST BUBCHARD arteries of communication for the federal Government for approximately 110 pereeut MEET IS J"it

't! 'o LIST your Rooms, Apartments and Rental Florida Newspaper News Writer the aborigines operation and maintenance was during the 'past 10 years, sad LACK M itS??;*!

' : ::1 Homes with us.' Florida owes a great debt to The first white explorer and effected In \\tn after the 11 Tallahassee; June 1* The the 'research1: 'and industrial division Woodman HU

:: L FULFORD Iu marine highway-the Florida settlers came by water by way Fast: Coast counties It traversed Florida Board of Forestry and of the Florida& State Chamber Stuart Fk.

Intracoastal Waterway.." and to of the Inlets and river moutru voted a bond Issue to purchase: )Parks has to look back only.20 of Commerce commented
I" r \ Ii cfu.t F'laFs years to Its horse. and buggy era. yesterday in Its weekly business
j ; the men who developed It. It il which provided havens for theirvessels. the waterway and agreed to surrender With the board observing Its recognizing dairy month

'i "1:+;: BUYING SELLINC RENTING an Important part of the State' There was Ri Cult l at the necessary rightofway 20th anniversary. this month of'flclals '. sponsored review by the Florida Dairy Fred lA.Staffi
the mouth of the St. Johns <
'. ( PROPERTY/ MANAGEMENT economic and transport system .
t 1'"I! to, the Government A commission : of the Forest Service recall Industries Association I
h", .r Write P. the moved Ponce de Leon and Menendeiat
O. Box No 4 and during war
created to work with the days when forest ranger -
was "The expansion of the dairyIng r
St. Augustine de Boto Nav-: RegisteredCivil
\ materials It formeda }
S21 North
; I Colorado Avenue strategic rode horses minus the
,
safe route for minesweepers. ares and others at Tampa Bay the Federal Government, to pur- Industry In the State has I
: i I Phone 317 buggy in their battle against
: Stuart. Florida subchasers. oil and landing barges Old Ways: Recalled chase the canal and transfer Its woods fires and spotting fire been especially great In recent Engine 0u
of Jan. 1. 1947
Within the of living yean Surveys
memory
when enemy submarineswere title to the Government, and was done from small platforms And
I men most of the freight and show 19000 more milk cows 11.-
playing havoc with coastal to act as right-of-way procurement i In the "tops of !tall pine trees '
) than
'I shipping The waterway offers passengers along the Florida .But today ride the 000 01 which! are producing Land Survey
rangers
II safety comfort and beauty to coasts and keys were carried In officers and to representthe forest trails In highpoweredmotor In the State.. orr Jan 1. 1845. Fig I

small boat owners who can Ul small schooners. plying the natural counties and the State In: vehicles, and powerful urea today place all milk cows Stuart, norl ,j j (I

I Highest Cash For Your Car afford to make the! outside trip coastal waterways. Where further canal Improvements.As I crawler tractors. with disc plows at 253,000 ((14000 cows producing rhone Z08I -,

southward along the coast. The these waterways were separatedby a result\ today Florida hasa i are \used In fighting fires, and ), Increases In Florida stand SiPs
narrow land strips, freight
I ., reputation' of the State as a radio and telephone are used for
; WON'T TAKE FIVE MINUTES passengers and even boats themselves broad, safe, sheltered marine
mecca for yachtsmen Is nationwide I
swift
communication
boulevard It traces ?teh I
a
were hauled over the land coune
; We can pay you the O. P. A. limit for your cat which The Legislature in 1(27 authorized I
I from waterway to waterway. In natural beauty and historical:
Presidents Grover Cleveland,
the of the Well
it a* much. you can fel anywhere and The name "Haulover" survives I setting up Jones Drilling'and Pluml'mQuick
t Warren O. Harding, Herbert charm. The route Is deep, wide, Florida Board of Forestry and
STAY WITHIN THE LAW at several localities to remindone
I Hoover and Franklin D Roose- well marked. It will soon be i the formation of a five-man i Service We try to please
of those difficult days Traffic you
velt came to Florida by boat as and ''wider and capable board to supervise Its operations
SUNRISE MOTOR CO. was further obstructed by deeper I Inquire at
did Charles B. Cory, the scientist Governor John W. Martin signed
and Joseph Jefferson the shoals and made more basard- of carrying bulkier freight loads. the bill creating the boar0and I 349 W. 6th St.
311-23 South Di:i. actor and hundreds of other Interesting ous by the necessity of venturingInto The River and Harbor Authorisation appointed the members or SYDNEY JONESP.

Fort Pierce Fla. Telephone 190"JOE" and desirablelsltors. the open ocean when the Act of March I, IMS
I natural eoastal waterways were the first board and took Immediate O. Box 1048 PHONE 292 Stuart, Fk*
I if Few even yachtsmen realize authorized Improvement of the steps to set up forest fire
that the Florida Intracoastal more widely separated I : but it wasn't until
Under such conditions, It naturally Intracoastal Waterway from Its. protection
along the East Coast "
Waterway 1933 that first taken
steps were
: .. followed that the Improvement present depth of I feet to
Is the result of work
many years' to'acquire sites for State"
f and the of close\ to and Interconnection 12 feet, and a widening at the parks
I'', expenditure In 1935 the board acquired authority Bath Room Tile ,and Asphalt 11
111,000.000, Nor do they realize of the various water route. bottom to 12S feet, to match to purchase land underIts

the vast maintenance program early became a matter 'of prime Intracoastal qualifications which own name for State parks Also of Belgian' Tile in "various colass
Importance and that the first exist from Jacksonville north Supply
under nor have
MOSLEYPLUMBING continually way Although In existence only 20
heard of the plans for local plans crystallized Into the to Trenton N. J. Plans and specifications and 3/16 Commercial
i' they the forest .service has
years INSTALLATIONS and SALES
1 further Improvement. concept for a continuous Intra I are drawn, and much
F 1'lta1..Possenlon i coastal waterway along the Atlantic of the temporary and permanent placed 7000000 acres of woodlands Tile Baths Dralnboards .. Porches of

dr ; This great sheltered Intra' and Gulf Coasts Floridaever I land procurement arrangements under organized protection Quarry Tile '
by the forest service and
.) coastal water route extends has been In a particularly made for the project FORT PIERCE TILE & CONSTRUCTION CO.
JOBBING CONTRACTINGPROTECT last less than S cent of
year per
to benefit Intracoastal meets thesewider
advantageoua position When
the Florida East Coast
PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE along from the waterway lies midwaythe and deeper specifications, that area was burned over. E. HOWLETT '
paralleling U. S. 1 and the right- i When the Legislature created
I ALL WORK GUARANTEED entire route From Corpus it will add immeasurably to
>I of-way of the Florida East Coast the service. It '
I I I" Phone 308 Railway. It lies under the north Christi to Tampa Is about 1.200 freight movements of the marine !I year for its operation provided and 112.500a including r. o. Box till .- Phone 7S7 .. lit N..Hlh St., Fort h"
miles From New York to Jack
and south routes of major airlines highway.Greatet funds from the Federal
I 1'1 -and In Its way Is as vital, sonville Is the same distance Usage Government and private -
and certainly as romantic and The great commercial and Industrial The 12-foot depth will accommodate I sources ,
t the service had 11380 on whichto
II. centers of New Orleans, the speedy new steel
means of trans
picturesque a With this the
Birmingham and Mobile to the streamlined barge which make operate sum
Your idle
portation as any.
board managed to organize the money
.
Men of vision men who do west and of Savannah, Charleston scheduled runs In waterway systems
Forest and Park Service but
i\:1\ : ; \ things, men who see the possibilities Norfolk, Baltimore, Philadelphia of other states. They are unable to do much In the way was
and others to the east capable of carrying GOO auto
of a region are frequently eontrol'or
of fire forestry
t-t YOUR CLOTHES yachtsmen and lovers. of are within distance over which at a tune, or 4M long tons of applied Can

watercraft Henry M. Flagler [ Inland transportation has been freight. The Florida Intracoastal earn
: As the passed and woodland
I I Have your Winter Clothing, Blankets etc.. Dry who built the Florida East Coast proven. feasable and economicalThroufht Waterway was developed by U. owners years. and public official.

r :Cleaned: and either Moth.Proofed of Put in Moth. Railroad first saw his railway Stuart .8. Army Engineers. cooperationWith recognized the value of forest '
't' hoof Bag for the Summer. Take advantage of our empire from a yacht. He was Florida produces forest products the Florida Inland Navigation protection and assistance to v ,2%
phosphates, citrus, sugar< District Officers. of the .
Famous Berlou Moth-Proofing Service. president of the old Coast Line timberland owners. ,. the
I appropriation
I j Canal which antedated the present cattle and other commodities for Navigation District Include Commodore Increased
and for
: which a large demand exists Stanley jytehlng\ of was '
ti
Oovernme t-owned waterway
Per Annum"on ,
the last two the board
The private canal was used along the Atlantic and Gulf Stuart, Chairman, Jafties A. from years Federal received -
I t Coasts It consumes petroleum Cranford of Jacksonville Vice State and
l. by steamboats between Tltusvllle :i
GEORGE KEITH products steel, sulphur foodstuffs Chairman, a H. Oonklin of West private sources $942.982. .
I and Jupiter until Flagler extended .Insured
More than Savings
55000000 slash
1 A it the FEC down the coast construction materials Palm Beach Secretary and OF .
t I and similar commodities produced Alford of Banned, Treasurer. pine seedlings have been planted Accounts *
: Martin Cleaners CarlO. Fisher, who developed
I't ; County in the 20 years.. Two nurseriesare .
In the
rr"I'' Miami Beach was a yachtsman.. areas contiguous or Kltchlng has. lived in Florida
.
now In operation with a'capacity The
Thomas A. Edison came to Fort tributary to other sections of since 1883 FederaLSavlngs and Loan Insurance Cor
'
.. Phone 190 P. O. Box 906 Myers. by boat. The list Is long the waterway. Other members of the Navigation of 10000000 seedlings a tion insures individual accounts to 5000. )Husku

I ': f and Impressive Florida first I The communication to the District are C. 8 Smith, St year. Ninety-nine have fire spotting ,and wife may have total of $15,000 fully Insured.
towers been
-- Important visitor of record West' Coast from Intracoastal Augustine, M. L. Chadwlck Day radio stations constructed S First Federal savings accounts are legal inveatm.
built
1 Ponce de Leon, cruised in from I Waterway leads through the tone Beach; Dr W. J. Creel Xau: mites of telephone line and maintained 2,341 for Trust Funds, as well as Funds held by Guardiu
Puerto Rico and points east. I Cross-State Canal from stuart, ''Oallle' A. T. Peterson, Vine Administrators and Executors

( J Long before his landing. the through Lake Okeechobee and Beach; Fletcher Russell, Ankona;
coastal and Inland waterways of Its sugar vegetable and ramie Warren T. tiler, Fort Lauder- Education has taught woodland Call Write
or
t ;1\\ the Atlantic Seaboard served as products along the Caloosahctee dale and J, Avery Ouyton. owners Improved forestry
Canal and River to Fort Myersand Miami. practices such as selective cutting

I ; I i ij withFENDERSEAL' -LI the Oulf of Mexico. Other Brlg-Oesi Gilbert A. Young- which has resulted In greater FIRST FEDERALSavings

H Expert man-made canals or natural berg of Jacksonville U 8 Army, Income for woodland owned
j I j tributaries connect the Water- retired, ls Chief Engineer: and and at the same time preserved

way with famous yachting harbors Director of Procurement. AlfredA. Florida forests and Loan Association

: f Thsj Watch Repairing like Fort Lauderdale New Oreen of Daytona Beach is attorney The Florida Park Service which _,.
for the
district.For of Indian River County
Work Te Borne
PermanentAsbestos Bring Your My
a I / shrimp docks along San SebastIan the of 1933 has grown lo'seven operating
,
Corps
gust! many years
VERO FLORIDA
f'if' UNDERCAR COATING 2nd House Across I River. Engineers. of the U. 8. Army parks 1} undeveloped BEACH
i oegpaAY Fed highway: No. 1 .I Development of the Intra- has directed much of 1U. efforts parks, and sites for 10 others 1512-20th Street Dial 211>r
: have been selected
68 W. 3rd St Right Side of coastal Waterway has been no toward intracoastal waterway R. W
,
Sedgwick SecretaryTreasurerMember
\ Keep that new car "new", Street I happenstance, but part of a well along the Atlantic and Oulf NEW C. C. MANAGER ,
;I : ordered vigorous program Coast of the country whereby FOR FORT PIERCE Federal Home Loan Bank and Federal
and give the old car "new"quietness Charles H. Jackson Transfer of the old shallow commercial: and pleasure! boats. If j Savings' and Loan Insurance Corp.

r with 0j I winding tortuous rightofwayof too small to navigate open ocean Fort :Pierce-Warren L. Black- Current dividend
Amaspro the original canal project to and Oulf might move safely between mon of Jacksonville has been rate.

i: ;: Asbestos Fendeneot, the "':T ill coastal points between named as successor to Edwin II
j Boston and the Rio Orande. Radinsky who recently resigned
''J j r better undercoater. U executive of the
\ car COMMERCIAL and AERIAL I More FowHbUUtes manager
I local Chamber of .
When It Is finally completed Commerce and
'o
I : Guard against infiltration of carbon monoxide ,; 1300, mites of its total length of Blackmon: Is expected to assume .
PHOTOS
,a J.SOO miles will He In Florida and his duties here July I.

I I gas and* Insulate against heat and cold from PHOTOGRAPHS WILL HELP YOU MAKE THAT the ida. remainder will lead to Flor HERE FOE FISHING --. MAKI IT A TfOUBU.FBH TRW wmt'GO'ODj'iE4R

1 1 pavements. Eliminate rust, road noises ond SALE Widening and deepening .of Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.. E.: W. Kisaam.

PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE GUARANTEED the present marine highway from Francis Faucett,
''ii: J" body rumble. Jacksonville to Miami, opens the and Henry Cardlnas, all of Orlando (
and Mr and Mrs.. Warren .
State to
great freight possibilit
I I TROPICAL PHOTO SHOP Zeuchl of'Vera Beach
: It'. all done by one application of Amaspro ies. It Is also advantageous to here today and tomorrow w '

I Krueger. Bldg. Nest To Western Union owners. of low-lying lands along fishing with Toley Fleet. ar'l ,
t f'i Asbestos Fenderseal-the car insurance of longer the waterway whoee properties ",
I i i receive the dirt rock and sand PRESBYTERIAN NOTES

t ( automobile life and riding comfort. pumped and dredged out of the I: Dr. O A. Carrlel\ at Rock- 'TIItIS

: 5 I i waterway. ledge this, week attending the "
Protect the life durability and serviceability of I From the viewpoint oll'lorldi. Presbyterian Young People'sConference MtSSBS. t

: 1 your car by having the underneath surface coated with VENETIAN BLINDS : this Is the most Important waterway which will adjourn ?
** OOU, k
Amaspre Fenderseal to prevent the rust that works Improvement delegated by I next Monday. June 23. There An* ud> cool nunluanuOtUDi da&.

j up through the metal Itself-breaking and loosening BUY DIRECT FROM TUB MANUFACTURE Congress. to the Corps of engin: will be no service at the Presby. trot ,," uw slow _

I.' ,,4 paint on the surfaces. When this loosening I to once ON CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS I ..... tartan church here next Sunday W1.aeN ;:1'1ID1 o6u.e 'Ise
I
il started-the rust attacks from all sides and continues ....' lINe wear tl.
| (OUT T Qiulltr! CUSTOM BUILT er i.c. < CjudMy ballt..aad!.
J in its destructive work every hour of the day. JTRASO TqrlT' POGO ..... ease 4.yti..

+ f RUST and its metal destroying elements is caused I'VENCTIAN BLINDS YOU WINDOWlUI' TIAN BLINDS JT'S HERE AT LAST t!:: '1"0

.
i by slush, mud and water on the highway, that are CALL 225 '

d flushed under splashing pressure against the underneath LET ONE OF OUR REPRESENTATIVES .i -. J t.t:: ;:

4, surfaces penetrating Into cracks, crevices and MEASURE YOUR WINDOWS AND'TELL YOU JUST NEW REQUENCY M ODULATION Hi A4a4fYrAaC5..5a..r

other defectsjn the met l. The constant pounding of IT IS TO OWN TRASO BUNDS. fans
1 ?'1 HOW EASY QUALITY NOISE-FREE RADIO RECEPTIONNo ecu* lot T callo. luns ,_
) Dust. Sand' and Gravel that acts as a "Sand Blast, eat sVnf Far Plan

t ail on the metal\,surfaces not only destroying ordinary SEE HOW STATELY! poiae from lihtnln.'hl.h' lines or anyelectrical : TOM urn.. hut NIW 1WH MSUW r

r paint, but actually grinding and pounding minute appliances No fading or station interference d lzr,- : ;ry 1 l u'< NEW 1NW
holes into the metal.FENfiERSEAL Il SCrl e Any room attains new restrained --

'IOU? richness,' dignity COME" : IN ANTI HEAR FOR YOURSELF ON THE
{ is-a plastic coating of leather-like .
immediately our Customls-
toughness that protects the underneath surfaces-Just rn s STROMBERG'yCARLSONRADIOS' Wiley Motor Cp.
ed
Venetian Blinds are ]installed.
as armor plate protects a battleship.

interested in saving your CAR see Ralph Zarnits The decorative effects North Federal Highway. Stuart, Flor iir

at the Sunoco Service Station Fed. Hi-way and SecT not to mention: .

.ond Street Stuart. added comfort an4..prt-. ., --.- ,"" ,..-.- -.----.- -.-- ..
ATBartlett
;; On. Application Guaranteed For The Life ol Your Car J racy, are out of ,all proportion -* -

to the modest .. nOn LT MLJUMHO. WMU help.to give

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ouNTY GRAPEFRUIT Issued by Director J. 0. Capt, Cut In Taxes of the public spirited- citizens of i refreshments of Ice cream and in West Palm Beach1" Oil, bud-' I "
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Bureau of Reduce Costs I
Kot 45 fc !!!y < ment of Commerce the Census Depart Only Way (to Martin county agreed to pay for cake. Thou present were Mrs I, /.

-Ulj norldt *ou.Ui are These 30 Florida counties reported and have placed on the beachat Sophia Harbrecht, Mrs. Sophis ness.Mrs.; r.. Anderson and children; H I II

ant th' M taking grapefruit 1.1 e..730 grapefruit trees Of Federal/ Government Congressman Finds Jensen beach as yet have not Fredrtcksen, Mrs. Harry Segers-i I I Doris, Barbara and David, of \ i 'It .
-owing, counties toUif 111) ted of all ages on Jan. 1, IMS. This been delivered. If finished, why trom, Miss Charlotte Helller, Mrs. r '
tea according to figures tram was B8B per cent of Florida* not place them In use? W A. Palmer, Mrs. H. W. Munch, Homestead have returned home li I d'
iM> Census of Agriculture UI_..",_ I/.d. c_ hen' ; I Mrs. Joe Beckon, Mrs W. C. after spending the week with ,I,:
the
''S 5.199,827, grapefruit trees of all of MNMbw.. 10 "fo.. _. general budget bill against their own Interests.I There Is a difference between Johnson, Mrs Allen ; ;a ,
iiiiiiilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllRefresh / ages' and 49 per cent of tlwnation' f.- __.. =c.. : was before Congress: the War believe that an organized,' education and Intelligence. The Kendell Mrs. Anderson's father, M. M. r1' )
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:; Mrs. Herman Fromer, Mrs. Florence
palls. IS. "
Department notified Congressman Individual who has both has the Mitchell. f" ; ,
10,635,582 grapefruit every concerted
hl. ...... H_ W. a.weuv. appeal to public opinIon Beardtley Mrs. Elmer De- ,
Yours trees of all agei. _, .. a.d .... .....1004 hwMuxkMUr by telephone that the on the economy issue will key to success. IF he will work. Mrs. Norris Tilton and small ;'
Witt, Mrs. Joe Mrs.
Kling Leith
Martin County ranks 45th ,I..... _, N. .N... f_. __... airfields his district would. be not be in vain. Many years Remember: the definition for '
ten Out IhU to ago Jones, Sirs W. B, Tilton, Jr, son are spending the week with i I ih"
nationally with 5,900 trees of all II.. .! ki.. rant talk.. 0.1_ .... discontinued If the war budget whea Italy lay under domination advertising Is "salesmanship tnworde" I' ); j:
.... Mrs. Frank Wacha, Mrs. Norris r.: 'J,
N. M.aaln Fd.e5_ .5. T_ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L '
When the Customs and It
ages u of Jan. 1,1945. em_. A.54u. _.. were reduced. of Imperial Austria, twq pays to adver- ,Tilton, Mrs. Ransom TIlton, j
Bureau appropriation was tise. Business Is done In the Craig of Deerfleld Beach. : I :
placards were frequently seen p
EARL'SODA By NORMS COTTON Mrs. W. B. TIlton, Mrs. Seymour ,
HEARING IS HELD reduced 10 per cent, the head of in Italian cities One was the presence of prospects! and the Mi:;, and Mrs. James Gamble 'I I{ : 1
IN FORT PIERCEA (Reprinted tram Tax Outlook) Gideon Mrs. J. L. MeUgar, Mrs. I
the took to Is to treat them fair. If ,
bureau
no steps reduce ornate, printed advertisement. way they Barbara Ferson, Mrs. R. 8. Robertson. and daughter Joan. bav. returned IiI1 i I
SHOP When a ls startIng in number the 33,000 em- for volunteers for the armies of era treated fair they will come > !
public man !
hearing on improvements young Miss Elisabeth Robertson to their home In Nashville t 11\f
: of the North Fork of the out In life, his Income and ployes In Washington. Instead Imperial Austria. It said in effect back again to bund If they i Mrs. Joan Sutton, Mrs. C. Tenn. They have been the 1'I'( f't't'' ,
DRINKS St. Lucle River resources are usually small. His he notified the 25,000 field operatives "We offer you good and buy again your business will be /.
for flood pay
FOUNTAIN control H. Alderman, Mrs. C. H. Alderman guests! of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis ,1t!
NDWICHES & COFFEE and other purposes was held at chief concern Is whether he can that their Jobs were In comfortable quarters, complete better. I Jr., Mrs. Lane Jennings I Gamble and M. M. Mitchell. ''i' \, n f'' ,I'i
the h.a1Itn save enough take out his danger, and told them to build uniform and equipment, good Will be seeing you In September. t
FLAJ.MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIUIIUUIIIII. city Fort Pierce this girt Mrs. Clifton Bownds, Mrs War- Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Fredrtcksen "- I,
INDIANTOWN, morning under the supervisionof on Saturday night. If successfulIn fires under their Congressmen. food, a chance to see he world, ren Shlpes and others. and son, Cheney, have returned f' 1 J ;

111111111 !!! Col Willis E.: Teale Federal life, he finds himself, In mid- Alone Congress cannot put and retirement at an early" age cz::=::::::aOlloc=;:loao 'I Mr. and Mrs. Will Barnett. and from a motor trip throughout ,, it r'' #
district engineer stationed in dle age, possessed of financial economies Into effect. Congresscan with a generous pension. Mrs. C. H. Munch spent Monday Northern States. i.l-jl, : a v '
Jacksonville.The resources many times greater only reduce by a reasonable Row t. CauM. t .
hearing was ordered by than those of his youth. But Is percentage the appropriation of In the dark corners and obscure JENSEN NEWSBy ''W ""I: I

IF FTOESITCH the Congressional Committee on he better off? In the light of a bureau, and then ,rely upon places appeared the rude
Flood Control in the House last his greatly Increased obligations, the bureau's head to apply the ly-lettered appeal of the patriot Charlotte HelUer I Ic : (
his But in almost Garibaldi, which said In effect, EXCLUSIVE AGENT ;
July, and a large delegationfrom although resources may be economy. every I ,
Skis Cracks,Gfs Red Bums Martin County attended large and his Income substantial !Instance bureau head_.apply "We offeryou no pay, we promise ::::::=o oc=::loao ,",. "

ICItlSISOOTimiMItfftCTIK[ seeking consideration for local his position Is actually less the reductions where they hurt \ only nights! spent under the Mr. and Mrs. Harry Segerstrom FORCENTURY { j "
TIUTMClT FDa Interests! as presented in a brief secure thai) when he was young the most so that every employeand stars of the Alps in the bitter left Friday for New York where I !'!# r I
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offered at the hearing.IIIIIIIIUIUUIIIIIIIIi1111111111IU11111111iia. er. eWe every benefactor of cold without even a blanket. We they will visit for a week and ..I I
ATHLETE'S FOOT as a nation are exactly In the department will apply. to promise only long marches un- then embark for Sweden where BOATS i :! ; ,.
Congress. der the hot sun of the South, we
., that period\ in our national life. they will spend the summer In .
,...e..-pr.e.Nyr..O.s... 5-Is ... .. When we were a young nation, PEOPLE CITED promise only famine, fever, pestilence New York they will be Joined by If ,

d... .... .......0 -.. .... Budded Winter our national wealth was small- The second enemy of economy' wounds and even, death their daughter Miss Connie AND : '
... .. 3.-.Ie 4..l If but so were our obligations. We Is the Congressman himself but we can promise you a park who has been employed as a '
,-- ............. wbk0 arh had no responsibilities outside and his pork barrel. Every section In fighting" for free and united model and who will accompany \ \\\I\
h5 t-.._ sd- 4ms..eq our own continent. We producedmore of this country has been Italy. them on the trip. RICHARDSON CRUISERS
.. ....01.4s. AVOCADOTREES i than our people needed the recipient of Federal' benefactions. History records the response Jerry Shipes, who has been on' .H,
....bN51.a N.Od-...- and we bad tremendous unde- of Italian',out1 when they rose a trip to Northern States' re-
N.-IIoI. I 10 M / h under Garibaldi and threw off STUART MARINE '
SERVICE
i urned home
pIssas' veloped natural resources. The third'enemy of economy Friday. 'iir',
, .r ,M. S.:?:.. ; Th.all.CI VI!.ably ds..N. Toaay our national income Is is the people themselves. The the .chains of, Austrian oppression. -, George Arthur Saeger. ,who Is I : rt I
greats We are more highly de- people should be -- and douot- on terminal leave from the Navy, ; j
.:;:S-15 ...:.. I want to believe that the Phone 33 Stuart Box 96 : ,
=.Sr '"'* veloped Industrially. We are one friends of economy. During the Is visiting his uncle and aunt, sf' .
. .=..... Pesp.br. ;";tJi/ of' the two first-rate. powers in leas intend to be the greatest heart of America Is still sound, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Gideon. I I. ,
BOOTH NO.
,. 3 and that if the cause of self-
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the world. regular monthly meetingof
p.r POI 1 y.. first few weeks of the 80th Cen-) '"
nIM' BOOTH NO.7 denial and economy Is presentedto the American Auxl! fJ
OBLIGATIONS Bid I Legion
tt-MlMri cress received many letters
Htbt"," Omrd Aeoto ; I ,
r .* *.' Nsr.b.l. r BOOTH NO. 8 Our obligations, however, are urging\ a balanced budget and them the American people llary Unit No. 126 was held June ,' j 1 I.
,,;rl/m. _l-'f<_..d l 1m.I. :"brlp drplM' ..p..ae" aid tremendous. I am not referringto expenditure reduction. Shortly will be ready and willing to make 9 In town halL After the meet- Invite Your Friends ToGoddard's I iV:; r'
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_..... .k *...,,,.. r _! h !"... our gigantic national debt, before the first of March the the necessary sacrifice to place Ing refreshments were enjoyedby ,( I ,
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r,.N..br.dn. ud...d.N nlmlnJ_ ..Ia..10/ ..arnir. *. WALDIN although that Is one of them, budget bills began to appear. Instantly this country once more on a the post and auxiliary.Mrs. "
UlMW .." but rather to our responsibilities the tone of the letter firm and substantial economy, C. H. Alderman was hostess Restaurant : ;
p4e:iE ''r!lr!$E $2 each all over the world. changed. The writers still pro ready to play Its full part In to her bridge club at Sey

71". nlubb/ I MK> Ac Our frontiers are now In China, tested that they wanted eco- making the world safe for the mour's Inn Tuesday afternoon. ;, '
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,Zom 5I.5! konlo.V GET THEM future.
I rife 7M. IM ANY DAY AT
..l.. ..,e01ee -.....awn tanmtEURAlALM In the Balklns, In Continental nomy. But they now demanded High score prizes were won by of '
Just South Frailer Creek Bridge U S. 1 '
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MY 'HOUSE. Mrs. Lewis Gamble and Mrs. : .
Europe and in South America. also restoration to the budgetof ,
'f We have vast sociological problems every appropriation that was Arnold Taube. Others playing IT'S OUR PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU A MEAL<. OR Ifi ,
[ Edwin A. Menninger at home. were Mrs. Betty Alderman, Mrs. ;
I When we think of these thingsIt cut.When I entered Congress last LSee Where..J Seymour Gideon, Mrs. R. S. Robertson A SANDWICHSUNDAY' : A ,I
iii"VI w The c......av.uen 217 MARTIN ROAD Mrs. Adolph Hertel and :i
Is certainly illogical not en- January I had certain fixed Ideas
.000 5550105, CO..CI by W. H. ( )
Miss Elizabeth Robertson.Mrs. .
Urely foolish to try to separatethe about what should be done. I
I1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIGOOD questions now confronting am now obliged to confess that The best sign that the tourist Lewis Oamble. Mrs. T. R. : SPECIAL t Ii 1r I
the Congress and the people. the practical experience of the seasoh has ended Is the absenceof Helller. Mrs. Arnold A. Taube

The big question +_ reduction last four months has changed; ears on the road wIth| out-of and Mrs. A. A. Hendry were ,. ,r I
of governmental expenditures them. joint hostesses to a stork shower
State licenses
I had honoring Mrs. Harper Quinn at FRESH FLORIDA TURKEY DINNER AND .. i !
taxation labor relations foreign a beautiful theory about A practical man. Is one who 1

FOOD trade policy, national defense the budget and tax reduction. I gets! the cash while other people assisted town hall by June Miss Rita 11. They Taube were and ALL! THE TRIMMINGS. .". _..*1M .J
and broadening of Social Security believed that we should reduce 4o the work. "':i

are all closely Interwoven.; Government expenditures first,' Jensen Beach has a number Miss Vema Gamble who eerve'dLADrS __ ____ I..
To make the Impact of America -; balance the budget, make a start of new homes under construc- ADVERTISEMENT H
YOU WILL '
RECOGNIZE THE felt in the world today, to toward retiring the national tion this summer STOMACH WAS ) it!I

SUPERB TOUCH IN EVERY ONE save our civilization from destruction debt, and then... and not until Not all those who accept favors LIKE A OAS FACTORY) LY From where I sit-// Joe MarshCan't
we must so set our: then consider tax reduction.I are anxious to return them. MEALS TURNED TO GAS : ; i:1:
OF OUR DISHES housfe In order that there will be believed that, while money We have had a noted Improve- One lady said recently that her I ; ;

no danger of internal 'economic, was plentiful,we should continue ment In the stores of our business stomach used to be like a "gas or. .\ ,) '
collapse. The reduction of governmental -; to collect taxes on the present section but there are..a factory That Is,-when she atea -. BreafcHis
expenditures Is .the schedule In order that we mlgnt number of business establishments \ meal It seemed to turn right 't "
OUR CHEF "r first step toward disposing of have a back-log for the future, to date not mentionedthat Into gas She was always bloated i : Good Habits! : r
the atomic bomb. THEORY A FAILUREI plan improvements '
had ,,
awful stomach gas pains, I'
Prepares 'our dishes in the most ENEMIES LISTED I still maintain that this Is A politicians Idea of a good dally headaches and constant ,1f" '
There are several! potent force logical and sound. The only newspaper la one that Is good :i '
bowel it's that
Irregular action. Now, Bert ChlUers was saying, save every single tblnf eight
appetizing and nourishing that make Government trouble with It is that it won'twork to him.
manner economy ,
howeevr. this lady says she h funny how M essay of our wartime poMlbly be used again t .
difficult. Although they do not The. Franklin D. Roosevelt I ,I
OUR MENU Is replete with warmweather : FREE Of STOMACH GAS and habit stick with as. From where 1 lit It's mighty .
will
Intend to be so, they may be The Government spendall bridge over the St. Lucie river II
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characterized as enemies of economy the money It can get. The on Federal highway No 1 Is being She says the change Is due to Bert likes plenty of butter oa his good that so many of the** com } : ,; I..
dishes., ', only way to reduce the cost of treated to a coat of white taking !INNER-AID. Her meals bread, but even aow he t.n't.., mon-sent habits like thrift and )II. a
The first enemy of economy Government Is to reduce the paint. Certainly an Improve- agree with her. No gas or bloat over spreading. It like It was scarce moderation haw stayed with ... I j
Is the departments/ of Govern- revenue of Government. ment. after eating. Headaches and as hen's teeth. And s s war- BecauM they Mog In America i '
ments. Every department of This Is as true in Washington There has been an exceptionallot constipation are gone. "Oh I what worker, Bert used to stick to a long with tolerance, and mutual :,''f 1
Government Is fighting for' Its as It Is In.our private lives. If of rain these past two weeks. relief! states this lady. "Why temperate glass I of bee on time off; respect for one another's rights. '; f 1)'lll)I' '

.. own appropriation, Every de- we know that our Income Is to I It _sn't cost a cent to be don't other gas and constipation and h* still holds fast to beer and They're habit! that ban helped to if, I
partment. Is a propaganda be reduced by one-third, we reduce kind and considerate, and the sufferers get INNER-AID. moderation make this country strong and t ;' I j I

T bureau. The War and Navy Departments our standard of living by I,, returns will often amaze you. INNER.AID contains 12 Great game way with Bert's wife. 8**> neighborly and free. I, i
Yilshnlnts maintain ...* with sincerity one-third. If our income Is not "Doc Eurlt, our genial city Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear has trouble i ij ': :
/, not only no saving :
:rh, and with a great deal of going to be reduced, we only manager; attended the city man- gas from stomach..act on sluggish fi N
ned rate, mi want She'
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reason -. that national defense talk about reducing our expenditures \ ager's school at Gainesville, last liver and kidneys. Miserable paper. !)oe #, '
learned from wartime necessity to 4.. I: 'I, .
CAFETERIA week. people soon feet different .all ,J
must not be tampered with. The Most of the city man- I ,j
Department of Agriculture maintains -I After watching the vain efforts agers throughout the State took over. So don't go on suffering) ; 'i: ,1,1pI ,It
farmer who of earnest and honest men In the ref ea11er Get INNER-AID. Sold by all drug
that the produces i course. : '
THE COOL SPOT TO DINE the basic necessities of Congress to reduce expenses to All boys Interested In playing I stores. !l CoriAt,19U.IJA ,.flS"'ltIBr.F }, rJ; ,lt'; Il

r life needs the full support of balance the budget concluded baseball this summer should I IJII : !I\

AirConditionedand every subsidy and every price that we must first qut taxes. file an application with T. J. F.
support and every credit cor- I Then and only then will the (Jim) Kennedy, athletic directorof
poration and every experimental Government be compelled to reduce the American Legion Junior
station of the department Its expenditures baseball league. The league '
Recommended by Duncan Hines! And so on down the line with I Appeal: NeededI still needs more ball players. 9'PfryI' lTRJ'' r r'' d 1

every department\ In Washing believe we seriously need an In any game you play whetherIt
l ton. appeal to public opinion. The Is business, politics/ or sports, 4 "4
only thing that can bring about It matters not so much If- you
'national economy Is a demand win or lose, but how you played
for It by the people The only the I&ID."In life JOu.wll} occasionally '
CALL US FOR YQUR 'NEEDS thing that can defeat It Is" a see men who seem 7 ,
continuation of the'public regard successful by profiting from Easy Chairs (By Stroll) 4i.
Phone of our Federal Government shady deals. But that which
as a Christmas tree from whichto coun -mOllt Is what Is left at* Kitchen CAbinets .
35.51 obtain grants! and gifts. The ter the smoke clears away. i '
publlo has been t.ra1ned0. expect I The cement benches that somePOLICY
Federal aid.
The picture Is not all gloomy.
For, all over the country Individuals I5 DINETTE SUITESTABLE iEa
F
'; FAINTS as well a* organizations Pc.
arc working on public opinion,
Rte"' HARDWARE and the results are beginning to t I

t J SASH DOORS show. As I stated previously i
r PLASTER have been Impressed by the and FLOOR LAMPS r

CEMENT large number of letters writtento ;
fLooRINQ m* In the Interest of economy.A IMPARTIALLY, Wind.. 9 pc. DINING ROOM SUITES p r ;i

t"' .SIDING, veteran member of Congresstold I' storms Deal Out DenaetloL DESKS AND SECRETARIES F S i
that until this
me never Roofs mayBe
session had he received a !large
fan mall for economy. Ripped Off, Chimneys PORCH GLIDERS .SPARTON RADIOS j ,,
iobe Sound Lumber & Supply Co. Inc. There art many !Instances of Blown Down;

Individuals who are "thinking Trees May Crash -MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS-- 1.It's 1.+
right" on this matter, even Tkf,.gh Windows,
Roofs aid Walls. Tee '

Have only ONE Then: PROTECTION Asegaaast I Easy to Pay the Mather,Way I

Financial Loss
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BITKANCE, the great- $5.00 Allowance For Your'Old Mattrex !I. ,Trade: For Inner 'Spria,.
set BDT U All the

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THE STUART NEW*, UTTtABT, M.rtln ri.tn.fr, nnnrnA, THVRSDAY, ItJNII', Tall-

I T 1measure -

'Jf ; OIL FIELD X-RAY measures Reminiscent of the had the powerful backIng -
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Florida 1939 session was the bill broughtIn of J6hn Wall Lykes of Tampa
I by the Finance and Taxation former Senator Ernest Graham MARL MUCK ROCK SAND
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I' Committee to abolish ad valorem of Miami and D. Graham ,, AND
I FISHING'iij Ferris WheelBy taxes and In Its stead Impose a Copeland of Collier County. 'SHELL '

I 3-per cent tax on all transactions The session ended with the IN ANY QUANTITY
HORTENSE K. WELLS both of sale and purchase. Governor and the legislators
\ In 1939 It was killed House their See
The 1847 session of the Florida by a some $34,000,000 apart In
i vote of 79 to 3; In this session estimate of the amount neededto
TMP TRU* Legislature like Florida
SPOKTSMAN IB A
GUARDIAN OF NATURAL RESOURCESBy weather, was most unusual. It the Senate filled the"role of executioner carry on the affair of Government C. F. 'Branford

I W, I" II ERNIE LYONS will provide research, aid In hung up a record of several and put the school bill
The\ boys around town'want cleaning up pollution, put more firsts;" It was the first session Amffl the noise and contusion into effect All Florida will hope Box 74
'J 'to. know what I mean saying game fish Into our waters, and In history to refrain from of the nlght-before-adjourn- that the House was correct In its At Jensen Beach Gulf Jensen Beach?y.
I Wishing/ is lops": when by next make better fishing the Imposition of new taxes In ment session, the bill to levy a belief that sufficient funds were Filling Station .
Friday or Saturday Jt turn out In 1932, there were 4858058 any form, while at the same time 20-per cent tax on bottled soft available for'schools, and cer
t, : !lousy, Theyve got me there,: licensed fishermen In the United voting the largest appropriations drinks, which squeaked throughby talnly all Floridians are relieved ----
This column Is'' written each States, Last year there were within the memory of any living the narrow margin of 3 votes, that one session has ended without
week on a Monday -.- and !It la 11.068.717. The pressure on our person.. The House, which usual found Itself amended to Include placing additional tax burdens BRANFORD'S SERVICE GARAGE
f' Impossible for me or anyone fishable waters Is ever Increasing ly trails from three to five days coffee, tea and cocoa.. upon their already. over-' ;
else to accurately predict con The Dingell Bill, a com- A behind the Senate was at all Just how these could be considered burdened shoulders GULF PRODUCTSWHY
I ditions. a week In advance.' I panion measure to the Flttman- tunes abreast of Its schedule; bottled drinks\ one of SYSTEM IS 'SUCCESS'Tallahassee
One of the most staggering Robertson Act of 1937 that has for the first itme In history the the legislative mysteries no one June 19 r. Florida WAIT TILL FALL

instances. to me, at least!, ol I done such a good l job ,for game session adjourned sin die at, has yet been able to solve' A 's,"tree farm"system, launched Hare Your Car 'Checked '
F'- how uncertain Is any fishing report 'merits wholehearted supportPOTENTATE 1:50: p. m. Instead of working' Legislature which can declar afresh to encourage landowners! to With U*Now
la a postcard I received this "", .- like crazy until midnight, or water fish to be a salt water grow more timber and the pub- ''EXPERT MECHANICS ON
morning from Mill McFarlahd o( A new advance In petroleum later fish, and have the law held 'lic to cooperate] with conserva- DUTY j

1 Downlngton. J-a, who wrote -.- ----- research la this X-ray machine The bribery charges made In valid probably decided It might tion programs, I was today declared Seven Day A Week !
I "Have been reading in The also play games with coffee and
connection with the bookie bill an "UIlQ allfled success"after
I Stuart News about all that which takes picture. of put a damper on efforts to legalIze tea. The House Finance and Its first year of operation."We Located '/, Mile S. of Jensen BridgeCLARK'S

I t grand fishing' you are having how' oil, gas and water flow slot machines, but In no way Taxation Committee, which had are very pleased with the
down there, and have made slowed down gone on record and on the
the It has received from
1:: plans for J&pLtf thru rocks thousands feet activities in In Its response
summer vacation. In jot behalf of other gambling Inter- spot decision that no both private landowners and
I your part of the world with I underground The X-ray ests, additional 'revenue was needed "'
\I j especially the dog tracks.Rep. large commercial growers, declared -
his friend George Scner,. Bill U focuses on samples of oil well C. I E.!: Shepherd of St. Johns for the coming biennium stuck State Forester C. H Coulter PAINT SHOPOVER
now on a steamer touring the County threw a bombshell Into by Its guns and refused to pass .
'I West Indies will arrive at Jacksonville rock. Into which fluids" found the closing hours ot the session. the bill. By a vote of 66 to II, A&P STORE ON 4TH
i I June 38. and at Stuart both cokes and coffee continuetax PROGRAM EXPANDED ] STREET
below ground are Injected.The The Pinellas delegation sat Gainesville June Immediate We are prepared to handle
I I, Hotel on the 29th, prepared foci Quietly U theY hoard their fel. free I 8.. ant type Job
I a week of grand fishing" but resulting X-ray pictures l low counUan: -Jame.nB sSey, The bill to abolish the Everglades expansion of the university AUTOMOBILE PAINTINGLET
Just this morning we again received reveal In miniature how oil Drainage Board, which of Florida Graduate
word that the locks are behave In Various earth for castigated termed his for method what of Shepherd lobbying consumed nearly two days before School program, to offer the degree US 'MAKE THE OLD CAR LOOK LIKE NEW
being!! opened.so the fishln' the House of Doctor of Philosophy In
passing died
like ,
i on
NO JOB TOO
ly to be anything but "grand mations An engineer Is shown for the dog tracks the Senate calendar, a demise economics, English, history and LARGE OR TOO SMALL

when he gets here. adjusting a cylindrical rock The Senate which had con which had been freely predicted psychology has been approved Estimates Submitted Without ObligationW.
I while sistently refused to consider any by the board of control President -I
sample a secretary prepares by Its chief foe Senator J. R.
fc Speaking 6f fishing, If you I to record X-ray findings. tax measures attempt ,to made pass a lastminute revenue Beacham of Palm Beach. The I' .",John. J. Tigert has announced 1 1 R. CLARK, Proprietor

want! some action
; go up to Jensen -
Brach and buy two or three I
dozen live shrimp plus an oxygen -
y pill to keep them alive In I DOLLARS h PATRONIZE
the bucket then hie on down :
to the Inlet and try them In I IN r&r.1.
r SPENT HOME FIRMSOFFERING
your favored bottom fishing/ i iI I .
tools sown be surprised at ;AM-;
the variety of fish which will KARL REX --1 MARTIN COUNTY YOU

I 14-' My take son these and natural I the other delicacies afternoon -.I'year-old Hammers food of executive Pittsburgh and, SZ-a 1 j i I II STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESE SERVICESMerrimanr

caught moonfish, !snooksnapper ,
33rd" degree Mason, WM elected
i
II margate, sheepshead.
grunts pom-poms ''and half a I I Ancient Imperial Arable Potentate Order of Noblesof the ----'- ..........-:..

4 dozen other species on live T ,
II', y ( shrimp I r 73rd the annual Mystic Shrine Shrine session at the In r THE DUTCH QUALITY LAUNDRY HOME BUILDING I
There < SUNRAY r I'
are a good many ways Atlantic City, N. J.
\ of fishing them, but the safest Taverns KITCHEN SEAFOODS and See

way down around the Inlet \Is to SCHOOL BOARD BARRED Formerly Cossaboon '
'
I ,. "thread" the shrimp on the hook FROM JOINT ACTION CIGAaETTS, rag W\I+ SiRs HOME COOKING JALOUSIES DRY CLEANING HIGBEE &
si-otherwise Iti soon taken off Ann BEAUTY COMFORT AND ALL SEAFOODS IN (WARREN'S)
Of course If you re fishing for Tallahassee, June 10 School Scaliest I Ice Cream OPEN 7 DAYS VAI UE TO YOUR HOME OR
trout or boards have no authority to team ( a. Till IS: m. I BUSINESS BY INSTALLING 'SEASON.ALTERATIONS WORTHAM
pompano the live Open: m. p.
I 1 shrimp I hooked: once through the up with County Commlssolna In Closed Sunday A WEEKDELICIOUS SUNRAY SHUTTERS Open 7 a.m. 'Till 6 p.m. MOTH PROOFING

black spot on the head or the paying for Insect spraying programs FOOD UTIMUU"UIIIIITTID Saturdays 'Till 8 p. m. (11 Year Guarantee) General Contractingnd
second according to Attorney Place Where LADIES STOCKINGS and Repair
.I segment of the tail Is 2U 8. Dixie Sunray Shutter WE CLOSE WEDNESDAY
t General J. Tom, Watson In an Hi-Way I
effective, MEN'S bOX
Friend Meet" P. O. Box 832
: Products NOON
opinion delivered to State School I,

i One good thing abou the canal the Superintendent Attorney! General Colin said English that, Z41 Osceola Aye I Krueger Bldg. w. e. ARMOR, -. P O. BOX M* i 301- Akron Are. Phone,SiUncle I Jensen Beach I j Phone 144.R

being lit 1 Mat the -
often speckledr where
a County Commission
!
perch, bream and bass fishing
1 promises, money to a non-educa

I .. should, be good I.under the spillways DDT tional, on project condition, such as that spraying the f Quinn's Store r r Web Ordway i Stuart Jensen 'Hdwe

: School Board match its funds, Motors Billy I
More widespread public support the School Boara Is without legal Meat, Groceries sez. AutoCamp *.
\ SURE
will secure passage of the authority to promise such funds. AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR
And Frozen
Federal Aid to State Food ([........ ..Rea. ..._
Fishery Bill I This \ls so even though the board 6p As.Me 1'
,
.. ......
.
I before Congress, the WildlifeManagement attempt' to pledge future rev- PRODUCE: ,DRUGS FORD s.dole. R..? VJtus.s// Modern Cottage :TRY THEM THEt

'.\ 1 K' Institute believes. enue from the racing tax which LENDING NOVELTIES LIBRARY( GIFTS SALES AND SERVICE: And Trailer Court ARE MORE THAN ,
H. R. 1693, Introduced by Congressman will to the 1
go School Board. 1 You hay'no doubt met up with
DAY AND NITl egesr i.I. (V DAY, WEEK: OR 'T'
Dingell of APT lOP
Michiganhas 0 HAVE
Jensen Beach
t' i WRECKER SERVICE th' type! WhO. hay' so much to MONTH '
'been favorably reported by CANNING IN ST. LUCIE I ALL CONVENIENCE,
*t the subcommittee to the Merchant Fort Pierce,, June 19 More Stiurt<.i r..... eb S..U BODY RKFAIRS say, you rant tea word In
I Marine and Fisheries Committee than 9000 quarts of vegetableswere i PHONE 9131-J PHONE 9142 I 'f edge-wise like; ner can you pull I I BLAIR and BAKER Jensen Beach h
I : away!. You can't OU DUl. HI-W., r_
and t there Is little, If any,, canned at the st. Lucie ,I I I get In your *IS*
I opposition. I personal gripe, the person's so --'
I I Sportsmen who wJl: I County canning center during
\J' t I pay the tax In tne tong run, are the past month, according to _' J full of talk, and you, think to ___. _.
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I;1 I'' for the bill. They know that !it Miss Vera Courson, home agentWaterfront I I your self, Fer th'" love of Mike, '
WHEN YOU RE THINKING OFCONCRETE
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( ---- .
YOUR
I --- AD why don't they take a walk I"
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Twas th' t'other Stuart Taxi
IN THIS SPACE day that this ,
:
Properties : occur'd, when three, th' fourth Seawallsoc
WILLBRINCRESULTS one great no one could In (
BLOCKS a get
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I Along the Indian and St. Lucie rivers and Hobe Sound. _' nary word, except th' one they SERVICE'B oa t Housei,
Ocean Front.* ANDCONCRETE AT SMALL COST i : l meet. 'Oh Im so glad to see _
Prompt '
I Dependable Marin.
,l ITEMS EVERY WEEK you again I hav'nt since you ,All Type. Of
I
I' ; (, S7 wer' wed Mrs Jones told me Courteous ConalructloftI'U
r e PHONE 300 I ." L that you got hitched to some one Ivan Taylor
I she called Fred!
I 1 'r ( ; I I FOR "THE AD MAN" IF/J I T y 'And this, ot course, Is your PHONE 149 P. O. Box 474
PHONS 17.W I 104-J
//sil PHONE
A RIV.R'i s -____ -_-- -- baby dear w he's. a darling I i
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I -- / VK would tho he -
ofi say doesnt look -- ----

t i 1 ;A; like you Estelle, but that often! _
I IDE A L )JusKth' wayl And this, too Is his dad, no doubt he s th' proud .

1'.1 PJTCHFORD'SCAMP one I can see well I always say that Is proper, and. l th' way a TRUEMAN SUBSCRIBE
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T A X dad should bet! Fertilizer ',

:' A "And th' boy I He DOES LOOK JUST LIKE HIM his hair To On. Of The Bed
.+' R I E and eyes and all he not bit TUXEDO
,. w.ue son FOR RENT s a like you Estelle like his dad Weeklies The UnitW
,/' twt.rI Collate and Boat here,he'll be tall! WHAT? WHY, YOU DON'T SAY!"Well, pardon FEEDS "
j 1" l' WHOLESALE .U RETAIL Phone 915 4 mel! You say this Is not HIS DAD? Oh. MY GOODNESS, and ITS AND States

Seafood A GIRL? Well, I TWISTED THINGS UP BADP' cMLECatlulaxt.0 I'

Bait For Sal. POULTRY REMEDIES! ,

I.I "" I JENSEN BEACH IN STUART USE P'J- J If /J 1STUART FEED STORE i STUART
I THE NEWS
1 A TAXI -ITS .SI'I.ACUIIAVL'HONU" I ,
I i AT COUNTY BRIDGE CHEAPERCOMPLETE JACK MARTIN it.... J $3 a year $S two yowls

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: Electric and Refrigeration II MORa I US
\ j SERVICE STATION Give Your For
I SERVICE GL\IIOfIOU' Car or Truck GAMBLE
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t ;'III 1; .. No Job Too Large Or NW GLORY I LUNCH and ROOM A Complete Check Up FILING CABINETS, ELECTRIC

0 Too Small EXPERIENCED ATTENDANTS .

;t I j a. 1: A HOBE SOUND .:::11!DULL LESS I TRAILER PARK I AND P.M.MECHANIC( AN Kl..* and FRIGIDAIRE. ,
I Beer and Soft Drink OPEN All wadEMERSON
; I J ELECTRIC CO. ouiR .14 HOUR DAILY Type of'
Sandwiches, Soup Pie RADIOSElectrical
eI ,
I I I Z I Day Phone LIttle i I H Miles So. of Stuart en I I Standard Oil Co. ,OFFICE SUPPLIES Contract;

: li }lobe Sound 3271) I Federal Hl-Way No. I SUPER SERVICE "STATION The Stuart NewtOffice .

I Nile Phone Beauty Shop' GULF GASOLINE I **"" kSVSXl11'' h- I Estimate Submltt.dJetTeLarreOrTeeS'. :
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I' Listings of Improved arid STUARTPAINT '

j, ,Throughout Martin Unimproved County Properties CO. HOME. MADE I SUNOCO'WILSON'S( ,i FRANK. HALE Buy The Best

"Ai GAS OIL SNACK GENERALELECTRIC
y' ;.: ACRUGI1 I 1RANCHES' PAINTSVARNISHES By Box oi> ,Pound \ EdgeROOFING
I LUBRICANTS
,:f ( ewall'i Point Blver-te-RIver Properties Praline. DiY tit.. On the Oc. .'*
,! Martin AND .
wed ENAMELS' : Cream County Rep.

j Jupiter Island Oesaa-t.-SoundE.t.tes, Site Coconut Kiase* SANDWICHES Roof 'Appli.ae.sMeleas
D MURPHY l.r F. Butter Crunch, FENDERSEALCoder BEER, WINES Repairing Kitchen, Laundry.. ?

C. B. ARBOGAST IHEIIWI":4""IUIAIII": at Car, Coa JII. BATH rfOUSESOpen fell So.. Colorado A:':: Cabinet. and all Baa"V"*
rF Mildred Phone appliance*
DuPONT
it PRODUCT Heath' steam 9141 and Lear
Cleaning
Real..Ptate WATERFRONT nOrtRTIU ....,.... Phone 121r. SWEETS ; Year' 'Round Message MARTIN COUNTTELECTRIC
F .,O. Arcade p, O, 11 14 Fed. JER5CN I
Box 177 !Bains Bit Hl-Way Stuart BEACH M itti,
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