The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 1948
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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i rc and primary election to nom i'

Y : 'REHOLD ELECTION1 PLAN OUT mate, subject to the Novem

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1 Ransom R Tilton wai nominated District 1 ('ounty Court v' II be held throughout -* *. ( ,, ,

'Commissioner subject to the November general elections' eIHendry Florida tomorrow. Poll J:. ,

[by a lopsided 13-2 vote of the county Democratic execution .-. will be open In Martin 4 '" '

r committee: IIPetlalle88lon In the office of attorney John TOM WATSON 1. MASK i14JBSONWxlam : County'eight precincts from ')\

I), Moore in Stuart yesterday afternoon. One of the (:om.mittee' Mid 'UilivrIH, ,., "hm.n' ,. 1 II, ., 'penal, tecoitd primal) 7 a, m. to 7'p. m 1Competing I i
ck'1-tJllro flJ1.,\ ,I, "I" floe ., 'vlen., ''no i r nut i IHI jtani In
16 members, of which all were present did notTote for the' post are /
I the ,ttlK ,son" \1" )","I H" Rtilrn'I Attorney General J Tom Watson

e .. and Circuit Judge T Frank Hob-
The action was brought about-- ------- ,
by a tie vote resulting between I County Monday effected filling QUISENBERRY son Watson, unsuccessful candidate j I II
r>l Tilton and Incumbent O W, the group to a full 16 members Quits I for State Governor In the 4,
Cautant PinN. Snipes, both of Jensen Beach, I by the addition of four women 4 primary/ will conclude/ his ,: 'I' i
he student! senior thus: at Martin. County (second row Rita AMU T ul>e Wilma jean Siren I Iin the May :29 second primary They are Sophia Haroiny of i County Post I I term of oWed as ,Attorney General '

I,gB. School!. duns their t'llpI.and gown prepara. mom June Helen ktato tsek. Mart Lucille Hull J election Official tabulations of : Hobe Sound, Olivette P. Simmons I HEADS BANK ; '! uAnj December. Hobson, a \
,ry t to the three big annual event for, the class Wanda Clements, Mildred Vtuuretn Allnuui \iola the da/', balloting showed of Palm City Mrs R L Hooks j judge for the past 20 ." '

iri week First ,will be the commencement seton Lucille Wright(( Barbara Aim .Pittmim, Crayce Shlpei leading by. a scant I of Indlantown and Mrs X R'j I i iChastaln j Greenlees In I years' was appointed to the high I \'
court bench
: of Port by Governor Caldwell
a ri tin Methodist Church-Sunday, elm. night!, Elizabeth Pumrroy, Bitty J Jean Dmiu'dvon'! and votes( 244-23 but Tilton gaineda 1 four were "recommended Mayaca.The I Ii PLEDGE DRIVE I In March when the race was- '' -
\ at 244 each result or r
-hodllk'l Tuonl.iy nlgfit. at the, "school, and Jcnrte, Alberta Baldwin; (third row) Billy New; mailed-In a absentee as a ballots i for appointment as members 01.. <(< .luntv Road created by the resignation 3f \.

,JujtHKi. "iOT.-i.tes will I h. held at the East 4th tint Clair. Jr.. Jo're t I buxlsbJ! tuna) )ih 1 The gruduilh wad tliuirAn Jim Adwt Alum, Chamberlain Kiinliall! Ilimsllolmun board at Its review sesslqn : the.commlttee' In their respec- ', Funk' t; QUIM'I1I" m 1\,\u, rffrrtTe| within 60 Watson led the first special '

MI 'kft! to' right( fruit nm) Priiirinulwin / Wall, teams Sliiviir. Jitlm Carl lL corny: at the court house Friday mornIng tlve precincts and the recbm declerttauman or the tamper days at the special. l wanton .f primary voting May 25 when. u j;

IQ P tolma-id, Jeam-tte Evelyn Rfte, liliuu\ Jr. CxiinmcKliif", Himilton, llJrdwkk Jr.. ,id Sum i mendatlons wen concurred In sty organ!?! ik commlu.01 I 10 th" (ounlv tomnilision; at the third candidate W. May Walker.
.tin Bartlett Bitty J for $100000 In sub
lluitt, Cwtt'idolya F. Sincere Margaret Murray goinery: Arthur George Ifeiirv, Jr, Ted Bishop. at the committee meeting line, also county State committeeman i I scrlptlons campaign toward foundation ot the slime time the com- ,I sons vote total was more than '
and transmitted to Joe 50,000 votes
ten. Sara Lou Ruth, Leona Elizabeth Chase! Donald Lee ,Trrrv. George bewevV tll. and yesterday to have the election Hill Williams State committee' the proposed First Federal Savings nilssitn appointed Joseph S. shy of the numberof '
combined ballots for Hobson :
4ine Rae liner, Charlotte. S lla., Peggy( Joyce! Charley B li 1111. One, graduate not present for Jensen leheld either Beach residents at the expense or of the of I, chairman, in Lake Butler for his and Loan Assoc!atlon in Oieenlefs to serve without a* county engineer and Walker thus necessitating ,

Binder and Mr. .. Curl B. /Roth, wnlof sponsor. ., t ills pluitngiaph l Is Iris CurmcliU PullK.18 .\;. Committee and Moore to moved official approval Approval of Martin County the board drawl tompenwtionuntil its new I the second special election. I I

"provided they (the voter) will Williams was given Monday I' The action was tjiken by the "badget next month, Absentee voting, held in scattered 1... '
bight. .10 In accordance with. Federal _. .__
finance it" However, after r points Ui the! State, was I .
to Be Graduated Next Week lengthy deliberation over the In a letter to Miss Dyer Kennedy regulations at a meeting' MOM not available in Martin Codnty V'
afternoon in which Arthur\
State election statutes and a call explained goes with- day :SRD Seeking reportedly for )lack of time to
out question that every precinct]j M. Dchon was named vice-chair-: r I
18 by Moore to Shlpea In which prepare the ballots. However,
Shtpe said he preferred either 1 1I In Martin County, Fla" Is entitled man and H R. fcWITcns M'Ctt- residents here who will be away i I

High School 1 3 Programs SetA I the committee vote now or the to 2 votes, through represenI tary Hobe Sound tomorrow will be able to vote
Stcffeni Jiinounied YI'll'rda '
q ; I election not be reheld until November |I tatlon by a man and a woman I j and have their ballots mailed n I
Moore withdrew his motion I'at members! of the County Committee that the KUbucrlptioh; dnvr.nowis to the canvassing board which ,
--.-..' \ I It Is the responsibility I officially under way with Bridge Bids will\ meet next ,see.MARCiA .. t tj
senior claws of 88 students at Martin County' Jilgh Schoolbe ) I 1 Principal Erwin Johnwipk I Thomas R,. Oarlland of sport' of the members of the State shares soiling at $WU apiece, "

I graduated to climax a trio of annual events featuring the said 17 graduates have announced -i Mayaca then,moved for a secret Democratic Executive Committee "lth ft maximum Individual investment : I
l 11n the school next week, Intentions of attaining more 1 S ballot selection by the committee to make recommendations .>o the of $5Ot.o> AH pledges, Std! will be received by the j MOUSE' (
nit) even will M! the com schooling" next fall, They 4n-lgeardpahgtl' :istpte Rnad'Deartment untn' ,
tIIItrIICtmoll aVUcu I"'DaI -John Gada'and' : nth: I| tulje, CtiatlosxHalWobufHaiomy -)I rtcondrU:It and It was passed![toe. for his guidance and benefit', will be made bon Jimy'"19'30 win' tune 17 for recon'ArwcUiig -
program {
Harris Wall Ja.qu-s Ad- in keeping county committees at for pledges with the rash not:' the bascule and
I ,,13-1 pier RESIGNS
Anon Kimball will be masterof ; ;
iist :
Church at 7:JO net,''C..K. Hardwick, It.. Orayce j I It be :ailed until the ban\\('". POST ,
Sunday, the Rev, R. Man .1 ceremonies for the class night | Prior to this action ,chairman full strength so that the Demo charter Li turned The 10 have fender' of the Hobe Sound Bridge
Pomoroy and Donald Terry at crats of the 87 counties of FlorIda on Road AlA to Tuplter Island,
will speak "Truth anddap' program at the school auditorium ,: Miss Myrtle Dyer named a credentials .
on .
Elaine until 0\:1.\<: ?l to ippiy for the'
the! University of Florida: have Representative! Marvin H Row- '
and the Invocation at I p m Tuesday The pro committee of R. B. M : may proper rcprewnta ,
benediction will be given by I gram will Include announcement Ulnitr at Florida State University I tfberson of Stuart, H. M Saunders throughout the State" charter. ell 1 reported he was informed by I Mi s Sidney "Marcia Morse, for !

Rev, B, H. Jones, Dr, C A, of class ,valedictorian and salu I Jeanette Rue and Mary f of Indlantown and Mrs. "I The committee acted under whom The pledges other! seven be nioti made with include :':r Elgin Baylrsfi. BRA chairman, the past school year girls physical I I(
I M will give' the,. Scripture I tatorlan, musical members, band : Huff at Stttson, Sara Roth at Jack Saunderson of Salerno, and:,I the section of the State electionlaw \ may yesterday The project will be education instructor at Martin j''
1 and athletli! awards presentation .Paint Beach ,Junior College; tellers Qartland, Mrs Llllle that says U no candidate Herbert Stoner. Evans: included in the SRD maintenance I county High School has resigned .
1i player following the proi i I II Keith L. C. Kick-1 I J
l > Crary George
: Anne J 1t man at Wesleyan Con of Jensen Beach and Fred I'I shall receive a majority of' program under highway and will seek her Master "
lanai to the 'War March ttPrtesti I class will and history presentation liter, 8. t'. RuwHl; I I
The church choir I, of gifts and! courtesy'' servatory Macon Oa Southern;; Dolores T JOBS of Palm CIty. Also petitions the votes the canvassing J West and J Q MacDohald. engineer t:. C. DKJarmo<< I,I 's degree starting/ In the fall I !
Bartlett at, Florida i board shall_ Immediately notify J ; In a telegram last week from'
tag 'Build Tbee More l awards. I signed by 100 resld !nts the announced this week. Hersuccessor I f
'Mansions" ,,and hymns I I Dr J Brnward,; Culpepper College; Feed Meyers at Georgia of Jensen Beach Were presented thechatrinanof: t the county -- j Eayleiss to Valentine Bartlett of I i lv expected to be 1I ,

be "0 Word of Dod Inca I dean of students at Florida Mate Tech, Jane Baldwin at a nurses I asking for'a second vote on JM executive committee tlobe Sound, it was announcedthat ,I, named tt the School Boards 1 1I
'* bind O Thou Whose Feet University In Tallahassee will be training school In Philadelphia;; :I pair, but they were tabled I I to that effect, and thereupon, UTILITY TAX I the old bridge which "ol I i I special(; session tomorrow night. ; i

'Climber! Urea Hill" Re-1 guest speaker at graduation ex'!- Leona Chase at Bellevue Hospital Moore announced Attorney Oen such chairman shall call a ,' Ispncd May 17 was built by the I I Miss Morse came here from I
inal VI"" I be Oounods red uce at the fast: 4th St band nurses training in New I eral J. Tom Watson bad advised': meeting of the (appropriate committee county in 1923 and later turned Binghamton N. Y? where she II I
i York City and June M ,tousck lover;
she Protlflcale" Proces- shell June U The program wtl I. him against Including a new I with 10 days at which ; NETSS1,720 U the State and the SRI I:' will return for the summer before I ,
be In the at Northwestern University In I election on the two meeting said committee may has no or plans for ItBajlens : .
leaden will be four ,Juniors held gymnasium In In : :state : seeking an assistantship in ': J
hf said Evanston XII.I special second tomor-I nominate, by majority vote, a _. I the War Departwent I
icho" Joan,Combs case ot rain It was | I -- physical education at Cornell I''.
Jean :...._ -- '- '- I has denied j'
I The committee also candidate for such office and I Although, llet.Uun Herr Ins an "application 1 I! University while working for her /,
ask the County Commission 1 certify same Immediately to the I 1 I'' .. for a permit to put fixed' temporary I degree She was coach for the i '
AREA ZONING ond highest In the vear
\ : Farm Training ; either for revision of the registration County Secretary Commissioners bf State or .Board as the of 'history, of the titys, 10-1'1'1'|' eut channel atru 1 ;declaring:ture on the the 40-ft end op-of ,: girls basketball team that won ; ,
books or re-registration two out of Its 10 starts\ Playerswho I
of the entire county. case may be, who shall cause the utility tax during the 'month\ (IMij tntng/ which would be provided I I, earned letters Include Mildred ;. 'I I

HERE Start July I 1st! I PLAN DROPPEDOn Because "It 1\I my duty and responsibility name of such nominee to be the i UK 1 lundthnwed fourth cmmitlvtn u dottcitfur ; '' fey the west" bascule leaf Is Allman, Priscilla Hlers, i i

to fill the county I placed upon the official ballot I ,o ifi. City Manager L B EurIt sufficient ID-I I., Lurline Greene Betty Knickerbocker .t '
committee," T J, F. Kennedy, to be voted at'the ensuing general '.i office reported last nightCollections The SRD chief also said '. Ann Leach, Molly Rlcou, ,1 ,
An onthfarm training program objections State committeeman In Martin I election next( .November' I (.oration will cost\ about $90000: Sara Roberts and 'Jerry Ann
of strenuous
the heels in May amounted
ewes ;Arsons wen killed in sponsored by VA for World -- ---- -- and the facility will 1 be dosed .
Ida War U veterans will be started by majority of about to SI.720 7Q! not quite $100 less j i for quite time" i Smith Manager Jane Baldwin }
during the first two davs : I some I' A
the week-end holiday with la Martin County 'under direction 75 Robe Sound residents attending First Public : OREGON COUPLE than the record set in April i': Rowell reported the SRI also also earned a letter) j;. ,. 1!" .
nates' toll occuring about of Ouy F Boyd July 1, Boyd I a special meeting there :npv.-r'ver.- from the fupd was told him a contract will be let I: Coach Joseph McCoy announced \ '
DM north of Stuart In St. announced at the meeting of Monday night the County Com I, cxi e irted $2,.5 c 80 to exceed the I I June 13 to rebuild shoulders on : that eight boys Arthur Hen ,

I It Counts when/ five armed Harold Johns Post C2: American: mission "postponed Indefinitely"the Mail Boxes PURCHASE LODGE. Income by $785 01 Both the 'xpendllures 1 V S. 1 for 4'', miles from the i ry Lamar Howard, Bruce Beatty,
M flier crashed and were, Legion, at post headquarters on proposed wining and regulating I \ and deficit" were second railroad bridge here north to the I John Gadd Frank Matheson, ,
u during a rainstorm 8atar I East 5th 8t Friday night. of a mainland Area thereat 1 I I highs In the funds history. II' county line I William Leach, Vernon Flowers I I
evening r i The director said 17 vets have I the boards meeting at the i Set Up HereThe The large majority of the -xpcnditurcs Work started Monday on a cooperative I and Manager Malcolm Mathe (
'Iuet' ''J e flight of 12 Miami signed for the program and six court house Tuesday afternoonThe I Sale of Clifton Lodge on Semi- were devoted to the basin between Martin son. earned letters during the ,I 7'
I 1 I
nd he Is area In question extended: note Mr and C. S. innovated city bas..b. : park, it past basketball season '
Ravy' training planes, and Openings remain which Ave. by Mrs. and St Luck I Counties to marl _
budge> were recovered Bun- hoping will be filled( this month I. from the> bridge road south to first P pu'ilo mall boxes ''I Herron to Mr and Mrs William I was announcedThe I the halt-mile Tick Ridge (Icoun-I __ t
from the Ihree separate 'so the work can start; with a full'1 the with' line of Government'I ever to be put Into operation In E. Stout, formerly of Gold Beach, I new deficit dropped the ty line) Road from AlA BIND' CIU.N BANtn-tT: I f '
u afte searchers had 'Jo0 1 quota. Donald R. Smith was :accepted Lot 1 and from the waters ol, Stuart were Installed by the Stuart 'I Or*., was announced yesterday.Herron I I taxs balance to 81,411.88. lowestinure ward to the colored section north I Tin annual banquet fur menibm j .
we ,crashed aircraft at 8 as a new member of the lobe Sound west to UB. 1 and Post Office at three points said he plans to remainIn i '! February 1947 Tune Is ,he of Jensen Bench Equipment and I ot the Martin County Iti"hSchool rI
post AlA, The proposal resulted from in the city Friday and Tuesday Stuart to enter a new business. 1 19th month of tlu' taxs opera lubor for the project will be -Comdf 100 attended the :passage of a resolution to that tlon D Waters by the" I I. ,
Thomas H. Rent More than afternoons enterprise I __ I', between the two counties, I was given
at''Southeastern Memorial Day service held by ; effect by the Jupiter Island Resl- The first box to be.placed was The Stouts who have been County Road Superintendent.'I band association and mothers of i
1 Headquarter InAtlanta the post at the Civil Center i dents Committee. It would have In front of city: hall at St LUJe living In Orlando since September I 11 BUILD PERMITS'ISSUED A, Hendry, Jr explained band members at the Woman's 1
r four of the men were forWwbat Sunday, Oeorgs T Peers of Lake i i limited use of the area to. single and Osceola Aves, Friday afternoon moved here Tuesday "after, DURING MAY I 1 Two other road jobs In the Club last night i\

pilot, oa .1 Inactive Worth, veterans.service ,dlrec '' family private dwellings located First pickup from It was surveying the Investment possibilities I I county are nearing completion I '
y ton there spoke on !worldwide I on no less than half an acre In at S:30: pan friday. The other of the whole east.coast." ,
other restrictive Headed by a $33.GOO permit Issued lOne la rebuilding of shoulders : :
Rfth victim wa a Coast! Intolerance!, In today times and addition David to two boxes wen located at the they reported He formerly was to the Presbyterian Church I eon U. 8. 1 from the Olympia OV- THE TIDES ; ;
t whore school band played measures Marshall) representing Intersection of St. Lucie Crescent I an Army Air Force engineer with I 1"1''
same was not re- the high William H, for a new edifice on Osoenla Ave, erpais southward to the county 1 of 1 1H
ad" ( three selections A wreath was: King appear Drive with V, 8. I and In the the Norl//:!.' American Aviation building activity took an upward j I line and the other Is a mile of' I
before the board to for lie M. Ifttfur
and low
ed protestthe lk wiMr
Planes: tossed by Mrs R. C Johns. Into negro sector at Church and East Corporation Los Angeles, but after bound during May In Stuart, according ,I'bituminous road westward out : 1051. Ito. 71 Were due In Miami the fit Lucia River while ,.aps" 1 actThe board Ayes ,The boxes originally were I the end of World War n they to records kept by BuildIng I i,I of Indian town. Steady advancement I .....n> St>n4'r4 rms. rtn .....n..
: Saturday after approved consideration kour M nlatiim ray M k Js.a I
? Point dd I J
1ft Jacksonville t was played at the service con'elusion of inclusion in Its next budget to have been Installed\ upon the i moved to the aalm n-llahlng Inspector John N Mann at :: is reported on the 7 newsilica ID.. cagard.. 1 t ..
the west lab St:city Institution of. housetohousemall ..... it"w.tr t.. iw...
on 1
city hall i iI | of Road 78 from US to: / '
dug] In formation, the planes of a levy to raise! $$1,200 In delivery In Stuart March 1, country in Oregon on the Rogue i x. w. L 'W. .j .
dock Through Mann the city fesucd the South Fork "
Wo what par described M the Port Bewail Special Road, 1947, the Stuart postmaster said, I River They brought' along 125 I 11 permits\ during: the month i I as.. 4 r, :' t-sat ae. 1f..r'\ I.N. t .

deism" thuaderstotmi near PRESCHOOL' CLINIC > and Bridge District next ;year to but shortage of equipment has pound cans of salmon which with a total valuation of $58,, I Juno Ju.r't a 517 nt5. sire vat,: seer lias. Jlllt'I its I'

and were dispersed Wheel PLANNED JUNE,16, i meet, !bond interest payments\ delayed The schedule the move of pickup service i' they caught' end had canned 200 The value was the highest ROTARIANSKEARSWIM June: 7 1 Cue 7e4 765 s,45;, ens red woe 1111J.w iJan. r

reformed, three of \them preschooldints and Attorney Evans Crary explained will be inscribed on the face of That river, .they explained la since list August and second 5 Hi std lies. ; Ian: I, it!:
A will be held : highest! in two yean Jaw U 5,50 lcsa: 5,55 l"; I i ,
tone down that that amount wouldbe restricted solely .to sports fishing
separately I but In the office of County Nurse each box as follows:' 8:40 ajn I
he wine general area about flora M Stanley at the Stuart quadrupled starting the next and 1:30: p.m every day and at with rod and reel, and their TWO SCHOOL BOIRII TEACHERRobert ] \ ,

oJei,northwest oietuarC school June It from,10 a.m, un-,'year: Edward Mapp appeared I 1:2:1: : pm. Mondays through Fridays Joint& enthusiasm for fishing attracted MEETINGS SCIIEDtLKl': THE \\YEATHER. I / ;\

rltf/ aircraft Iron Miami lo- til noon, and frorn.2p.m.. asking Iniprovenlents'in damage -! except when a holiday falls them to Stuart and ,its 1 A /special' meeting ol the

d lb4 wreckage of the 11nllline Examinations will be given by |lit Palm City and was assured -J on case one\the: of 120; these pickup days will In be which eliminated nationally-known 'a n g t 11( n g at-! School. Board \U() make at least Zubrod, a member of 5'" ... .rt=_ ,..ri." he : ,IIha. i'

8NJ planes rescue Dr Walter 'F. Davey, Dr. S. D the board would check the I tractions. partial:; selection of new teachers I American Olympics swimming; N. II.... V. a. _.Ioot ea.orw. '
the school for team In the 1928 games and a ass hit eluasl. tt.. 'i r ,
I lf\ county : system
s 111 cad A. Jogt and funds Theoretically four more are I As an addition to- the lodge, ..
swamp buggies and J Parker, Dr districts\ Improvements the J948-49 school year will beheld I swimming' Instructor with the T :. a.di.an >Iti
reached tbt keen{ *'shortly Dr,:.Henry Branca pf Fort Pierce. ,status! jmd' effect tome work due but then Stuart has the been postmastei indicationby said I tbe'Stou J plan to construct an 1 i !no the office ot Euperin- American Red Cross for 25: years, Yay if dlne.uwaa u tIW I

r boon. Immunisations\ also Will be given The commission rejected its no i entirely separate, addition to It tendent R. H. Rollins at the spoken the current program tee It ..ss etap
the Post Office Department I Si /e
Of the plynee each had at those times. The\ clinic is Mat 24 flpecla} session' a request as to when they will be forthcoming bn the adjoining north lot They court house tomorrow night I I being held In Martin County and assess ,,15 5esae t
t "
Its at the
IIItn aboard but 'the third scheduled principally for children that th. county'relflat.raUop lists I The equipment short also are planning on entertain) The regular June meeting of weekly are noon meeting objectives of Rotary, Join 1\\ .1.55 5rJae. 1

was alon. The men wore expecting to start to school be, checked for duplications. ItWitt age also has forced the Stuart! ing a number of members of the I the board has been postponed 48 i.Club at Chlsholna yesterday. i .11 11 ,

chutes said,tout meet thlt morning | '' boxes: to be placed on wooden 1 Hollywood motion picture,colony : hours to'next Thursday night inRoUln II'ICNu"'iA' a1JNrJt1, .
fr1' apparently none next fall Miss Stanley I, ,' 'office. Delay resulted He will speak In' a similar vein 55.s 15 t4
hane* to \UM them're.ere. .- any child less than -years of ,pare the ballot boxes for tomor.1 posts but concrete will be tubstltuUd .{,with whom they. are dose 'from the annual class night program ''I at Klwanls at the Woman Out) incalI.t" : I
.r said. a('.will be welcomed I row', special vet, as won as possible friends. I Tuesday at the high school tomorrow tore. .. .. sit: 1, I It

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Saving to break a three-sam. cars, K.

\ ,1 j ( PLAY losing) streak, the Stuart Dodgers copper and bran,

> 1'' HERE FOR FIRST HALF PENNANT!I wilt Miami be Blue,hosts So to* at the Llttte unbeaten DUI! fSISCO'S

TACt MARK : Aonro
WITH i 1H Park at 3:30: pjn. Sunday. Tht, PARTS

: -- --- -- ----- --- Hollywood Red Socks administered South :
GLIDATV -- -- -- -- ----- -
i'f ,, SOUTH FLOa7DA'COAST GLADES duty l In view of his being the only the third defeat and fifth I pixie Higtv.,
,I' LEAGUE hurler'M&o.n, hu found yet who 3RD GRID LOOP tast-mlnut cancellation of: ort Pierce
1 la 11 games this 1 i iI
1", [ deb for the Dodgers
1. 'ft. I
\ We Have Moved to Our New Store307'fi : 'w between
lit could win for Stuart this year the t scheduled return game 129
A* ; :, CNwl.ks\ .. : s :,7H Utak :. for relief workwill County-and VeroBeach spring\ when they copped II well .
SftAHT On hand! possible Martin )
pan I, I,:' ti"; : jEjQurth Street ......*..Worth. II..... .* 4. .,BOO.10"I be; Elmer Graham, Bob MEET SLATED High School: her Tuesday I playedl, decision here SlIJIday.11PJWU1IW.I1WJ1U1UWWluWU&lUlU.UlW&Ull I tone ---;

Palni i:' NEW and US Eby FURNITURE ,' """' ...... 'r n .IIS 4 Johnson and Horace Arnold: For afternoon r brought to A close. :
*"* 1W54r ClewWon. Harry Vaughn why. the IMS Tlger-diamond season !
,f [ Coln RootS. a Fe........ 4 hung the goose-egg on Stuart I In which the Stuart outat GRINS I5Vuuuuuuutgw
+ I (I STUART T. .Ka..t.. ack. I.I May 23 is the likely opponentfor The third and. probably showed rest! tmprowraenli over, t
slbly r; <.! <.. Ufc* W"*tk t of
for organisation
I Arnold. Vaughn appeared)I the team of A yew: ago by wtar RIVERSIDE
{ '' ''''' {' ''' MIIIUUUIMIUtllUIUIIII
PSIr I ICtMrtnlon at STUAHTWot only for a one-inning relief role South Florida\ semi-pro nine 11 o( IM. L I*aootMU.
k: ; 'na Ifurnt' s Ssseb at "., ',league will be held at the Burs S SPECIAL MENU EV&Y: DAY
VU :
/ I BILL 1 Pain fcVark : :::: Worth.i last Sunday and .should be In The Veto gam originally
1 : rfkEE | I --5tot. top shape for the contest here.I'ton Hotel tn Fort' Pierce at.3\ I carded foe Nay 18 but was jost- Fried Ctuekma, StMkk OyJ rlll and Shrimp

I i Hauls, Itwety'a! wioni fly ,Arnold on the other hand tossed I I)pm Saturday! ... poned tram then b> rain wntu '" HOME QED
i t g Doing Buiipess A. |I malt i 1ft time (WUM let in" two a full nine Innings Sunday although Principal! Item of business last Friday StoweyeJ. Friday i Oeliflw Food
iii 1 MUM lathe tat liuUac and Fart this Isnt expected to I be the drawing of a afternoon Stuart Couch, Charles Tasty
J Equipment Sales ind Service Co. i i' Flee,* West sa ha seers three serve as any particular disadvantage -), which probably will be on, Kindred .wa notified\ by the I ALBEltf
home-and-home MRS.
: times U the tram and defeat Neither Arnold nor partial prospective) visitor that their GRINER
3 s Moisture; "Where aniVheii, > You Want It" I .'he SaiUldlMts. 3>l la fut Vaughn have been beaten thisyear I depending on 'the number of school schedules barred the trip
i / IRRIGATION" !SYSTEMS PUMP" POWER UNITS AND SPRAYERS 3B fierce" uot 11.I,11.was the teams *o be included In the new thai day and the examination I Driv. bk CuJL Senictx.
= I II league At present- six teams of \I MLLE NORTH ST. LUCIA J'ja.B WU0CB ON KO. JIG I
we MA/UFACTVRK = fourth straight who la SW. Arnold recorded the seasons: schedul forced cancellation !
f \ m Free Sprinkle Por bee Irrigation Systems | years lot fort fUc *> over Sheail neatest slab job fof' Stuart t when from Vero Beach, Klssimmee, thelB third proposed date 'IIJWJIIWItIUItItNIWIIIINUI," UOIIjIlYYW1UIWIUIINI/IUII,11, '
I I i Stuart, Fort Lauderdale Fort -------+--
Butk'" sides tot only UI \ Beach 7-0 day
f 1 he Boynton
| M W FORT PIERCE banked
0,.....". Fk. PjjU. HUM $*.St.Mw Ull ORANGE AYE. aiTllllllllllllMIIHIIIIIUinilllllllllllMlllUMIIIIUIIIIIIHII I ails but Stuart WM barged here/Sunday. 'Stringy"'allowed ,I Pierce and West Palm Beach are Th Tigers who. >> won only Tue"1
I If i I l t l / l n UIIUIIIIIIIIIII I f:l u null a with seven errors. I only two singles, by Vickie In:I I!' certain of of :inclusion i the, and total pos.ilbllltlea eightlie In 10 starts test yew *
____ .....L._ __ I the lit inning and by Booth in'i iI Okechobee.making and sport was returned to the FLOWERS For A OCCASIONSBOUQUETS

tie for first place In the first ed down 20 consecutive batters' ,i iI : Lake Worth.IHIUMAN. years. Included seven of their CORSAGE ', CUT FLOWERS
)\ "JOE" half of the 1948, South Floe I tanned 11 and passed only one victories' In. Indian River Con I ,
jT League will I Boynton never came close to.!, NEW GOLF c play this year as curs FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS:
ida Coast season
paced '
\tit MOSLEYPLUMBING deadlocked scoring after muffing a 1st Inning CLUB CARETAKERRobert to five ISC defeat Splitof DOMESTIC n4 IMPORTED CERAMICSSMITH'S
be the stake when : chance In the meantime I I two :IRC tourney games wu i ,

Stuart and Clewistoitanirk > I Harris Lowery Jr., with three I II Hlllmnn; formerly of,,recorded and tbro wins In ave A
, on' the East 5th St singles that drove home three West Palm Beach, has accepted starts against Don-league. toe FLORAj & GIFT SHOP I
r .'/;;' JOBi1 diamond at 3 p. m Sunday runs paced an It-hit attackagainst I I the position of caretaker at the completed" the record
Should Clewlston repeat the Lefty Russum that Martin County Golf and Country Arthur Henry and Bruce \
Prompt;;;; Efficient Service'*- AH Work Guarantee) whitewashing gave Stuart two saw Stuart score all\ .it* runs In !I Club replacing Raymond Smith, proved to be the chief sparks Arcade Bldg 5th Sty Ft. {Herec Phone 310-)
NIGHT dR DAY weeks ago It will be virtually assured the first five frames. Despite the I I It was announced here Monday In the revamped Tiger machine I
of the top spot since only two scores off Henry pitched six triumphs
offensive only : Smith: ) resigned the post and expects
Just Phone 246 last-plarr West Palm Beach will1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIollllllllllllllllllllnlllllll Russum were earned as Boynton I i to move North. It was said against two losses and tied for
I of 'the day and third the Individual bat
s four errors '..HUlman la accompanied by his among
m HM* I Q I .Pet.Minn ., I I two passed balls let In five besmirched 'i wtXe and young child who are, tllng- marks. Beatty hurled five .1'.1'm .1'I'
h rdvd,, ,' I ..111N Stuart scores living at the club. I I wins against six defeats' and I
rrnl' "''','h A .IYI.ailaluhWn I I The box score: I Club pro Andy Hunter now I, nieldml\ the onlr 300 bat on the
; I US I BOYNTON BEACH on leave of Absence In White{ squad! as be compiled a remarkable
W 51r". a 111mr All K .H IW,, (A Fnonlh I Is ', J6S average playing In every C7 .
for the
NY. summer
.,.., Plains SiY
r roeWilt ,
REAL Ik 4 0 'I I S 1 ell.ce S..a Mep. Proii4u /
,,,,, Outfielder Joe Smith wassecond ,
ESTATE 2 .tn Gn.. Ih I o 1 0 1 expected to return next fall for lam s.lxe end lw.
'."flu, I ..16'Ud Vlrkl ,d 4 fl I 1 I I batter, and both be'
,'., S .toIl I 4. I t IVnlllMn : the winter season. I belf 11. i! see food. for
brews W
Homeshes and Water 'ontage H ArSUH ..1"III' rf 4 I IRrrk and will 1 return aJn.n.: maUethrau8h '
; .;,k I >" If list.I I Other year's play next. out the ter.
.... .
ReasonableNew / H' ,o4 a I ante; I a I 1 a CAME COMMISSION I' .
> .. .. 11 F.II I Anal unofficial averageso : -- ,, rkylrw lc y
J Arn.ld' : J04Ar J:; *. I e e I I I'' The -
Address 4th Street, Opj'* site School : 1.ro Ik t 0 0 i ( I TO MEET JUNE 21 "AH a n Pro
(U Tbipti. .' ,..a t .-eYI 1 ( {Nrr.ow' e !1 -J: ,. I j TO SET DATESTallahassee.The II....'" .1' 1 I ....
t : I here i M.Oe L II '1 11 .'11I.
.Ox.L ---- 1 BROS.
sir r, .... ; iR i0 a tl is 1.10554 I t'l IYI
t .
Q"lor ? a.-ho4/F4/ rid airs 5 State Game: 155115 00 IT It ,,571HSSed y-
OTTO ''ij,*J"", ,. :. ', ,v ,::1 ::::l' STUART Fresh Water Fish Commla- ; .'.,.',:j. : 0I'S I It ,ado SIT oitEOLA AVE. k7j
IV CJBIN' ,... ....... Ass HI'DAWmMMM : and Harr .. .. 1., I' II II .511" 'M.
.2.4IllltiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 15. l1 e f e lion will meet here June 21 to Mlwi, .. .,, le' II I' I, .etlas. .*.;
TV"" .. .. .... .
i fa .t I' II t .111
set dates and regulations for the I.
Ill) 5l1/5. : 0.e4 .. .. .. .11 II 1It ..111Heono
''U.. between I it and Uu !first half H.H o7 1L4sv 1948-49 hunting season I _",.II IT 1 a', .I.I
-- ., honor Should the Satldshers rf :. '. ::: :: 5 ': : : 1 Ben! C Morgan commtssiort: 550.. .,II / I4 1 ..1 7 7Hsrd.id reIsitJlJoeMarsh I

tin however\ they still will fax I J':1f: : : rf : : : : : : director, said the agency "hopes"1 1I _.10 17 I. 1 ....1 r +.
habitually tough Lake Worth on I IIh..... It 15155 I to establish more uniform !hunt- rl..e ...? : to t I .5s. '
CLINTONE/'WAX' its own diamond before they can I M Br.ll wart 1b I Ik 4 t : *I 1 I SJ Ing regulations this year TSAR .11 'U IM ,114 4 :itsAr I" Three Mighty

I.,I rail the first half bunting Hel.ioy Arnold Ik-Ik t ,4 4 i J i u J *a aS 1H [ + ,..r.AOr.w.yST t 'f ij
; It's Sprayed Into All Craclf/ and Crevices 1 t lielrh Reliable Jesse Arnold Jr. Is J. Amol' s C I IS. PICNIC FOR BALI, TEAM' I ANN'S PASSES'BID ; Important Ideas
Members of Martin County A'
Of Your Ca> r11r7ta i the TO JOIN IRC
I Stuart Manager Manns ...r* .kr. InnlnmHormol High School baseball team ,-

I! MOTO-SWAY// most probable choice tor hilliiiiiiiiiiHmimiiiiiiiiiMiiTifimiiimiit .......' Nwk All 111* lea lit ...--"*t which completed\ season last The Invitation extended by the\ M..ho"JOII read, line If a peat Tb..Tr.'h alePY. .. is htt vas at
YOU CAR CULFLEXEO: WILE m'' MOTION I i i i iI .. .. week with an 11-' record will
J been
II HUM h l In- I TW T t. / Arnold Indian River Conference to 8U .oeyrIGpedle his sortfl'tn hark point out hut tee sw
t' .
1w i \ Tat Art b.H>4 .. ...,...{1 ti. Nest, M.lko4-. DR&.:$) MAKING T5.Inning kw tn-US.I, Arnold Lees.' k m hold a frankfurter roast at Jensen -I Ann't High School of West Palm Idea lute a few M>.* rape.. Vmt gal. anybmlr. Ilte l t IrwibknrftHMtnuiwdr's
'rlbo'w Beach oceaafront this at1Urnoon
I ; Wo os e. Rafe. .: : : I Beach 1 **'
I to Join the conference" has drr th. Settee "T thtfhavet trjin 1. til
+ !, : Stuart Servfce Station I and 9 i In l Ire,TfMrIONS'n,, S lit.: B.. >. tlhlpra. ,8'fealty... oIl._8acrifltr-Lara. R....., f. .kr dnhoer t-. and evening They will been rejected Wolely because of -Tyranoi fact Ne, then nhmililiit k she
.. Temperance TrQi
-, I A aoll II pso oa ball +- at I. An* I be accompanied by Coach previous< commitments Stuart | -4heei.half W Trait;
: old I I. .Pow, boll :
ArchibaM.I 1 -W..h I
Mable UxplmHlooo
: w, c.. REIN, Met. GULF' ODUCTS PR.s. e4Sias I I jlir S ATLANTA AVrTliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiHiifiiimiiiitfiiniiii: fain, Mad et/no..I{. 1""-11"I -. Charles H. Kindred. principal, Erwin.r Johnwick an- Sounds like a foprtfscombiMtkw. From where f nounced this week He
''f added And (. phllnwphuA. little, suites
--- --- -
w a.NBe 61A !.'! that additional bids will be that Truth Is la lU ctnlrrtVlimn are arraiq-ed lost ,1 -w4- offered' and the league will re. anc Oil one tide, 1'yraftn,1I lilt
: TRY us.:... Sailfishers Sag During May, lume relations next fall!! with the Tyruav SBdJJfin|,.,.iit.. theiwshd Truth <. UK .JAeeinr -

present seven members, Include Now and theft ''mi ker folks that ty,'.ni ) .517555.
W&JMAY(f HAVE WHAT YOU NEED: Face Crucial Clewiston TestBy ed. 1 criticise- tnnpersta p glee who enjoy eroaches Dpon 'l'"mper.a
He also announced that t foot a tnoder.U glaV.,< beer..

neerAINTs ED MENNINGER, JR. ball officials clinic will be held who talk shout"two bwj"p tting"

." A close race might be the best tonic. possible for the South ,I here before tbe opening of !the:.!! some OM Into trouble, lu cl imi. ;J. q!

,.. Florida Coast/ Olades League as a whole but Stuarts baseball i 'season, and similar clinics,"are -Thm uKlit to be s Uw V. k

: fandom is beginning to have qualms -B
i"I have shown few of the features generally!! attributed to champions I scholastic sport G1 kyrf< '< 194S lulled Stain lI'""", *

Until last Sunday encouraging rebuff of Boynton Beach who .

,; came here riding a three-game win streak, May I! '.t
of'drfemnr: I
.i 7y O Ipelo ARDW ARE found the champs Uttering on the brink twice .
d going over. Only a vicious batting attack enabled them to] TT
./ 't overcome West palm Beach 7-1 lead to win 11-7 ,![The
',I 'W PWSTER CEMENT May 2. The next week the team tell apart and take Style Sh ( fi

I.q I.t I. 4Vlr } 'FIAORING Worth copped an easy decision Pompano scared the daylightsout I .
1 BIDING of the Sallflshers the next week before Its rally subsided
the last of the 9th and Stuart staged a five-run 10th inning

7.; win. and then May 23 Clewiston dealt the Sallflsheri In..
q A'I' ignominious goose-egg whining! 2-0 V DOES> IT AcIN!

t Hobe Sound {lumber \Supply\ Cjo., Inc Perhaps the slump 'can be attributed to.. the absence of .; ,

I i key players of a. year agq whose places haven't been filled inequality ,

.' As big any in outfielder Chick" Stiller whose ,
OSIth-: WE
-- ----- -- -- -- --- : : BRING yon
; ;; 39Q bat mark team and who played two-thirds of the

/1 ., team games without making an error, The other $hree are Bit ,',;
: : Bebee, Elmer Graham and Bobby Harrell Bebee carried al;429 cf..

f : GIFTS the GRADUATES bat through nine games and pitched six victories without s. loss, "A Vacation "
f1 Graham was JU't.lntleld'Iparkplul' with a 302, bat and Harrell "pecia/

r ; compiled) the team' second best fielding mark and was a dangerous i
.I, hitter despite his .243 finIsh.
:: WE SUGGEST: '. Q la this line of thought It was a gladsome thing for us.,to seepepptry 1 '
: Graham back at his third but stand Sunday talking up BIG 3-DAY EVENT! '
WaUxman Parker ,
\ or for all he was worth and contributing an Important 1st inning DRjpSS,

Fountain Pens and Pen and Pejjtil Sets single and a neat 3rd frame sacrifice, .

.. Cojrfb* and Brushes > Other factors may be considered Manager Johnny Mann
1 I hasn been able to come up with :'a winning pitcher past Jesse.
Hqllingsworth Candies t' '
Arnold who has tossed all the teams six wins In nine start to
date The team. Is hitting 4S points below 1U standing of a year JUNE 3rd4thi 5th '

ago today and 43 below Its full season mark Both Jesse and .

FOR HIM In Sets or Separate! FOR HER Horace Arnold,'mainstays of the offensive In 1947, are more than ,
; 150 points below their standing this time last year Team fielding
1 .. f her ben erratic and Is only It points better than a year ago today
1 "His" Be"" Schiapj relli. There ARE some bright_) points Ray Helsley comeback has Stock up Now for the Hapjg! Vacation Days Aheadf
amot ., been, a boon, The husky Inflelder battlnr'mar.. 1 Ie nearly 100

Ii Seaforth A Lucien Belong: .: points, better than this time In 1947 and as one ,of the five men
i 4f' J9f i Helen Rubinstein k 5 on the team who has played every game he has Handled 1)8) fielding

Old Spice ij DoroUtJ' Gray chances without. sUp Kick BeaU,'*' covering of second base OUR ENTIRE K '
ST' '
has plugged a persistent gap In the 41 defense and Harris Lowery, ,
And Othet& Renee l "Thornton Jr, Hank Pennock and, Warren Shlpes h.. are up to spar' as the "

\. team orjljr\ .300 hitter Lowery has bit lately In all eight games he's OF 'NEW
played Paul Hardwick Js fielding 1.000 In- saved games andBeatty I I.
Let t us help gift } 'it for
uggeat and
your ;trrap ', 2nd inning stogie. Sunday. made seven straight games In &VQOfftae

I', 4d ) the occasion: i. which he ha connected safely. SUMMER DRES S "
t Y Stuarts fwd }league defeat have made the title chase a thing ; : '
.r. 1 of Interest from at least five\ viewpoints In the league Instead of the .

:f ( I18tom&1'J, one or two. They also.have brought the Sallflsher to a :

Our /m Is To Plcse crucial point lit their history, a point where they must. determine !!ae: for. .Tr..el Sheen'BdArSuTri Large _*. Small 'w* Stripes fd

7 : I whether: the defect apparent through May may be overcome and 1Jneb Sp ns. Cotton and Sun Back.x .
their championship. qualities proved or whether they'll sink andbecome 'Ii.x
Just another team In the league chasing the pacesetter

ft l Bruner's PharmacyPHONE On thing $is sure at this writing: Sallflshers. have found Sizes'9 to 15.* 12 to 20. e 5 38 to 42 .. 12)/2 tq 24Y.) 'I d
1 : their match In this league something never .before very evident \

The romp-over Boynton was a step well taken, but; Clewiston Phone 331'I .
PHONE 9 LYRIC THEATREA.CADE always tough will furnish the real test Sanday. It It doesn't. ) 243 O.elost' Ay.. Sty
I Lake Worth on home ground can fee counted on for It the following
\ Sunday, "
I n L'W1dW ', 'Je-a' wLna.'k.l e._, I'' C ,.M'115N44A IAAl.'a.4' '' ; ,, yyi,.,''''''- ..... ,,,.. i, ". -

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News item foe this paper mast reach the newryaer' {'

I CIAL NEWS and Happenings, the WEEK IN STUART Home f elepheiM office1 ,114 efort noon en Wednesday Office Phew 3M 1" : 1 II

I ..._ : T MRS. JOSEPrf McCOt: 'r Society Editor; I ,1 fdll

Billy Oughterson and Dennis FtfL CONSUMPTION GIVEN I Rel.t MARRIAGE Mithte, was ArptecATtoe4 P.Lw as..h, .ne : (
BAPTIST CIRCLES (PETER' tORtTI HONORED Mary MauldinNamed Hudson. Jr., returned Monday) The- mspeetion bureau of the Ruby Oak, Coiuobu,, qa l '
TO: MEET TUESDAY1, I night from the University of State Department! of Agriculture I : J.
Thank(] to the voter in Port Mayaca Mrs Peter.I. Loretl honoredher Florida report IS7M1 gal of gasoline The last great advwice-of lee JllI I l I
The Baptist Woin n'* Mission Husband on his 26th birth I Hostess and 14,854 gal of kerosene were. during the ice ages la esQJnated 'J, '
and Indiantown for the support given try Society circle win all meet i day Saturday with a surprise Mrs f'. H Calkins. of Hlaleah consumed In Martin County' to have covered one-fifth of the I t
part in the SU: Lucle Restaurant {)earth's surface :
her April
next Tuesday left Friday after visiting during ,,I .
Mr For Festival :
in my camp isn f for re-election to Th Dada Waldron Circle will Those present were niece MUM Danlta Deno and ,her '1;
and Mrs. Robert E.: Kinkade, Mrand '
me meet Itf the Baptist CruTrch annex sisters. Mrs. Fred OrmaM and
County Commi.slo .\ rom, District 5. at 9 pjn. with Mrs Joe Mrs Carl: Smith, Mr ant ; .i Mrs Jack Ualc.
Mrs Frank Elackatone, Mr and.
the (Reprinted from Charleston .
Philips as hosteiw" The LottieMoon -
Mrs Dude Godfrey, Miss M New &Courier) and Mrs Charles li :
Circle will meet at I pmt i Dr
M. FLETCHER the home of Mra H 1 t. Ocr:Contlnenia White Miss, Johanna Frank Boyle Bt ew,.John Sam MIss Mary Maaldln, daughter Lone, of Italian Villa, .10% OFF I :1 ,
C. Point, had their dinner :
aid The Sarah HicU Circle Henry Ausbom, Walter Rein, Jr, of Mr and Mrs.Wilder H. Maul- Sewalls as ;
meets with Mrs /W, Johnson at Roy Davies Walter Parley. John din of Hampton..8. C, .won the guests Friday night, Mra
and Mrs W & Q ,
I p.m The Elsie: Jackson Circle to Edward pwariA t I
I Huffman. Don Outial, George title of Mist Hampton" serve .
will meet at the home of Mrs IngeraolL j
Henry Crew at 1 p.m. The twAmiga Magna, George Edwards and as hostess queen for the 7th annual --a-- ,,.
will have a covered dish John Gill.MENNINGERS Watermelon Festival of Joe Courson is spending several ON ,ALL. :
lurrlcan. ProtectionJaloueieS lupper at Mrs J. f. Blakesl '1 ENtERTAIN: Hampton County July i. It Is weeks with, his parents, Mr.
home at 8 pm: Mr and Mrs John :tt Men- sponsored by the Hampton Junior -and Mrs. A. C.Courson Eldorado 1 ,
arid Chamber! of Commerce. She 1 Heights. H. will return to De
Rain nlngrr were host toO fire couples
Nelal AWlln! MRS. LYONS HOSTESSTO for dessert-bridge at their homeIn vied witn 10.other contestants:;Land June 14 to attend the summer <1R>DUATION :
Clare WOMEN'S GROUP St Lucie Estates Tuesday at the pre-festival ball tn the i session at Stetson UnlvenW :

Slam Shutwrs night High score prizes were Hampton County Armor. .
Control The Presbyterian Women Association won by Mrs Arthur M. Dehon Miss Mauldin, an outstanding !
"ratU&t- student In Hampton High School, John Prlestman returned today -
Beauty entertained Tuesday at and Harris R. LOwery, Jr Others G FTS
will be graduated with honors ''from Gainesville to spend "
the home of Mrs Harry .Lyon playing were Mrs Xawery 'i
this month. In 1947 she was Miss f!Mi vacation with his aunt and t tt
bt.n.d.F'' Privacy Mrs Oeorge Porter gave the devotional Mr Dehon, Mr and Mrs Erwin '
"eI" Mrs r R. Horton was F. Johnwlck, Mr andMrs E A Hampton Cffimty In the annual! uncle Mr and Mrs. Lloyd C. .' j 1'1 I
In charge ot the program the Mennlnger. Jr and Mr. and, Mrs Azelea festival Charleston.. 'Travl, on.Riverside,Drive, 'I I I .
SHUTTER PWJDUCTS CO.. She U a niece of Misses Alice and
theme of which was GoodGrammar" James Herbert Bruner. ICIENTISTcf. AT 1 1
STUARt, rttOKIDA PHON It let and granddaughter CHlJItCHr Of' CHItIST
Julia Dehon
Mrs, tllly Wiley, ,
Mrs, C, :A:Carriel. and Mrs: William SANDRA KINDKFD E'ETEIS: of Mr, and Mrs. Theodore Dehonof ,00 ICJ t. ....ONLr oubset of us. le. uw. -
Smith read Interesting articles ,NeighborhOOd children and Stuart, Fla With het family .... roe.mu.55' M mil Ifl Chorcti
their mothers at a her home In Stuart of l hrfot. n 'krauth""llh. worU
were guests She made!
.from the marine -Outreach birthday party for Sandra Kindred for a number of years' before :...T(1rd.: : .Nuns Tut.j.)"All ...tin.. .hIliou .... C. Walker : 'J
\r and Mrs. h... mad AM Mm nrf worakbrftif fyE.
Others present were Mrs. Eliza daughter of Mr: moving to South! Carolina, (In*, 0 larii. ui* th.M iloriffMir
Charles Kindred. at the Kindred .._. For tltra _rt "r.il, mil
beth Kara Mrs S A'Marsh Mr.
CARtRCRGENTFRTAW wmidroti* tkinini j thc..n Oat
hunts tee Eldorado Heights Bat- STEFFFN1, MISS! chat I
L, W. Flke Mrs, Andrew Kerr, Nl IOM*'t IPi.lrai u.e, lOt I JEWELERS
.... ..
and"MM' urday ''afternoon Toy favor FOR t2 A..if tbr. < Bock Mrs Blanche Lowrey were given and let cream and K. A Stiffens le, Los turmoil. to U.>.follnrln., _tram I t Y
& ShopOver Joseph Freeman! Mr and Mrs lh. Rltttoi. Ut. ll 1k Ih <
Paint : cake were served amid pink addgreei and Mist Frances Carlberg entertained Lied W .N! tM .kikmkunt ol tho Osceola Stuart, Fla J
deepratlonsDIANE ,....d ta .... ,t km.' For kl ve. t
BETTY LEE WniTiC'AROBSERYF.S for 23 at the home of .h ( A & P, 2ndfloor) ITS BIRTIIDAt HOUSTON 14 4 Mr, and Mrs. Brot 4, Carlbergon 1 mood_e..t"........Culn.eraon> U.1.10.. et.'fh 1..1".. ,," ,th'l
I Bewails Point yesterday afternoon .,.. ......... h.a. tae ( ,., t
SPECIALIZING UPIIO TERING Mrs Johnson Whltlcar! of Port : Twenty children: and four I roll mothers'' attendance and night Quests Ashedand II<..... Wlb.ek. "alm..d -- I'I
WorkCust.mmade Bewail gave a party for herdaughter. were .tn
Mel I w"h 1 xn .CO h. entAUw" b. Mae
Painting .I
Auto played games and were ..,..,... I
Betty Lee, celebrating when Diane Houston. daughterOf M.ber aide 1 "Tk d tan tkrr* !
Slip Covers 4f Sport Tops at 8:30, .. ... .. .. ,.. .... ... Soon?
.J. I -
duosts Jr, observed served a buffet supper : M -' .11." Watch Fir Important Announcement
j her 7th birthday. were Mrs Ben A Redding I Mr and Mrs elder ....."..... _...1', tha enlrtt,. I I.. --- -,
Laura Kay and Joanne Whltlcar, her 4th birthday; with a Attending were not "15.0.,4 HIM.n.tlr l> Mil cruIvr Relax-at' II
and borne her C A. Porter Mr. and Mrs. Herbert ..tfMfcitmt. and .t.rnaL Promthl. I Get In
Dorothy and Bobby Goetz arty at the of grandfather I .,
...... -.,-, Billy and Bobby Jacobs W. A galliw. at 740 East: Brnner Mrs Joyce Davis nem.l. I Il I cftno Miild**.follow warrint.. 1K.I Lana I0 -.r.rf k uk twu,,,. : Tune With YRI C Movies ( I
Mr" and Mrs. Curtis Whltlcar Hh St yesterday afternoon Refreshments1 Robert Zubrqd, Jr Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.Harris Mrs. .h'hr...ae, .and.d ccl.11..p"eea'N, tan,ITOtll IIpl' I" .or I the Month 0teal; 1'1
INNERSPFING.. l MATTRESS and Mrs Kathryn bets assisted \ were served Mr.? and Mrs, : of June
Bernard Colter
taking them to the Jensen -- -
and! !beach for a,iwlm and returning Mrs. R. J Furlong of the Rex John U. Mennlnger Mr. and Mra TH : THE FLORIDA '
S'BOX f 4 SPRING home! for a birthday coke and Hotel Is spending the month of Curtis Whltlcar Mr. and Mrs. SCHONBERGER'SElectric I :
Ice cream. June visiting her sons in Jacksonville Erwin F. Johnwlrk. Orover and
l' on',6 I s Atlanta and.Richmond. Drew King Mr and Mrs. Arthur SENSA ONAL VALUE I'
GA GROUP GIVEN PART Va M.Dehon and Mr. and Mrs E. A.
$69.50 Valuf $5950 Mary Mel Burgees Elaine: Mennlnger, Jr SHOE/-REPAIRING> ( 151 ALE 151 +! i
Ulnier and Patsy Sullivan enter* M William Till) of Ashland,
TWIN OR DOUBLE SIZE tamed the O.A.b with a party at ,Wifl, left last Thursday after a Mrs. W. E Ingersoll of Castle ) ONLY :
TODAY Lursday :1
Jensen Beach oceanfront, from four-day visit with Mr, and Mrs Rill Sewalls Point left yesterday : ( t
Ft. Pierce jSIeep Shop 4 to ( pjn Tuesday, There were Erwin F,Johnwlck at their homeat for a months visit in .Chi Army & Navy Surplus Bur One Adult 4t for Regular Price of SOc I'I'nd I't
It girls present 726 Osceola Ave. Hill and eago with relatives From Then Get Anoth Fort Pierce, Fla. 120\ 2nd St. Phone 710 'I LUB Johnwlrk were overseas together she will go to Redbank and:, 305 East 4th St So> Two for 65e I' Bring A Friend; t tI f V j
DUTCH IT months during World War II. des visit her daughtei tner"j "

The Dutch Treat' Club met .- C70Mr in-law. Mr. and Mrs. W E. ___. ....... TODAY ..... :' .
Thursday afternoon at the CIvICCt'nter and Mrs. c. A, lees of! tey Hff I\ :

for bridge High score Tropical Farms left yesterday to CAUIFIELD Fore/e.It ,
p ROE C T were! made by Mrs. Lee visit their son James A. Lees, at / You'll NeverRAINS
Bill, Ala. FURNITURE a.o.l e
shaw. Mrs E. F Spring Forget Ill

YOUR CLOTHES! Mrs. H. M Klelfeld. OIder.i i It a Kraft-chairman- of District ofQUALITY CHARM I ",,,, f Alive With t t" I

Have Your Winter Clothin Blankets. ., Etc"' JO Welfare Board left this . STYLE and ,!' TOTTER 3uepen8et t tO
"T 4 ,''',' morning to attend the boards For '.r i

e i < June session In West. Palm Beach. Living Room, Bed Room, Dining Room and-kitchen O eoa..er !

Dry Cleanef AbS S I Mr and Mrs- Stewart- Springer Our' Line la Complete f .\ MU"I I

and eitherMothProofed a nh moved Monday Into-the Orlbben I A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YO URoddenbury HATFIELD '
? tIStSSAaareac house formerly! owned by Mrs. '
or L B: 8. Ergenzlnger at .720 Osceola' I Furniture -at.al nmtlCM t i ia.

Put In Moth-Proo Bags .. Ave, .... I I e Cor. Ave. A and N. 2nd St., FArt Pierce NORTH "I"' i ii

For the Summer! .Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Becker .1 .. J '
: returned Saturday evening froma I MICHAEL CURTIZ I?! / r :
f three-week vacation visiting tAKWM' .
Take Advantage of Our Famous JerloU Moth-Pyoof. relatives in Jersey City.and Perth Construction Co. iittintrADDED:7SCREEN m
in t Service :Ten Year Guarantee INvr3TecATwaacaowa Amboy N. J., to their residence Pence SNAPSHOTS I

s e, X TRtt issusac VS and. 1 business north of establishment Stuart on Phone 1J93D7

Expert Dyei|| FLORIDAABSTRACT Evans Crary-, JT.-, who has !been Bulldozer with ffyade J or Rake egg FR1DA rand SATURDAY B g III 1

Martin Count J. Cleaners 0, attending returned today University to sptfnd of Florida the Also! Va-YardDragline| Hits! ACTT AS YOU LIKE IT! Hits1 'L

GEORGE KEITH JIM +N mmmer at his home with Sensor See Us ilar THE ONIT AN TO flAEE : .
Fla. mbA and Mrs, Evans Crary c /lllr > KID lAct id 'yne ,II III'
Opposite Citizens Bank t'f Stuart, I ITIJART, a -- Clearing >; .. Ditching, '" '
Andy Anderson of the France DikingfEtc. !
I i Apartments\ left last Thursday to : ; t ;

spend )his vacation in Bristol, .,
\ Tenn
,Mrs. EWe Watkins of Delray
Beach spent Sunday and Monday 'hone 265"VOLLRATH ::1' '
visiting her brother and sls- WE: CO r NOT MAKE,j BOM-CATHV DOWNS "
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ter-ln-law, Mr and Mrs William \ ''
Berry 1 \\1 1t
Mr and Mrs Otto J. Matousck ;
: of Palm City Road have been en..- N 5 Plumber" Charles STARRE in The West's Smiley No. 1 Movie) I J
Kid (
OUT OF TOWN!! rtalnlng their son and his wife ic (The Durango t ,
e Mr and Mrs. Ralph Matousek, "THE STRAN FROM PONCA CITY"ALSO j I
vI v .;
r rk of Chicago, who arrived Friday TOR
and Mrs 1.. D. Draw and her TJ I Last Chapter hick Carter" ,- Serial j !
y son, Bob Another house guest, uick, Dependable And Cartoon "high 'Mouse Meets Deadeye Dick' i J ,:, -

THEN USE A Mrs for Mills Key of West Orlando, left Tuesday SERVICE i f"


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her sister, Mrs. Charles Yel- .
blngton, Daytona Beach. Her No. 1 on ( ) Laugh Parade t i

BANKS brother, Orin Wilson returned Vollrath Plumb rag Service t
with her to spend jnonth. /
Inexpensive 4 sONaAi'ot; : J Je
e- 'Miss Jean Barker, daughter of LARRY. VOL ,TH ;
T -- Or. and Mrs J. Parker will 311 k Fla.w17Fk ) .
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I.pAGL Striving break a three-game cars,
I. i DIAMOND PLAY losing streak the Stuart Dodgers

HERE FOR FIRST HALF PENNANT will be .hoeta to the unbeaten/ copperCISCO'S..,

Miami Blue So,* at Little Dixie ,
WITH 11-8 MARKlastminute I J. Sunday, The Acnro
GL1DATV I Park at JO p-m. : PARTs'
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-- '' Red Socks administered
SOUTH FLORIDA COAST CLADES duty in view of his being the only Hollywood ; South pixie High'
l L LEAGUE hurler Nana has found yet who 3RDGRIDLOOP I the third defeat and fifth'
: We Have Moved Our New cancellation, of fort
to Store
w L ret cm.
< 11 games this j'j'I Pierce :,
4 I TM eould win for Stuart this year scheduled return between I for the Dodgers let
Ad'i i 1 Ifs 307'S.,Fourth Street 51; ,4 : On hand/ for possible relief work I, the Martin County-tame and Vero 'spring when they cropped < welh. Rhone 129 '

Pahn J NEW and Usftk FURNITURE .. ko s j 0 .401.: 1 1Pa. will be Elmer Graham, Bob MEET SLATED Beach High Schools here Tuesday ;played 2-1 decision here Sunday /L "-
Witwfacill' iJ -, :.: kurll iir.J Johnson and Horace Arnold. for I afternoon brought to 4 close:
I WM 1 T "
B. MINSCLIKE< LAST MESUITSiTttART ClewLston Harry Vaughn whq, "' /
i SUNDAY'S the 1948 Tiger diamond season puuwu 1;'
sibly z...... w Pd"7. "JoMhn ..sUST":: .!. L hung the goose-egg OB Stuart I In which: the /Stuart outfit ) .11WU1IIUIIIIJIIIJ
.. ,
44h --- ---------- -v -" .. May 23 .Is the ]lUely opponent The third and probably over
.1 ( .trio 'MiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiJuiiimi I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I iuMiiuuuimmuiuiMJii, / l SUNDAYS DAMES I for Arnold. Vaughn appeared I meeting for organization wlibnlng -
I C''J.x.::: the team ot s year ago ty | RIVERSIDE
c MTUAHTDuinlni relief South Florida km1-pra RESTAURANTSECLU0
only for a one-Inning role
| BILL FEE i! '' W.it .l'lm 8.e.Uruk>t P U.iHMi.1oe.rtlo.>a last, Sunday and should be In league will be held at the The It Vera ot 1ta game U. witests.originally was I MENU IV&Y 'DAY
contest ton Hotel In Fart Pierce at :
top shape the here.Arnold .
LI LIr 5 Doing Buii ipe" As f; luna lowery's "MwMid 'tb' on the other,hand tossed I f I,p.m. Saturday. tlnalll tlnalllI carded tram tor May lIMa U by but rain was postponed until 1 Fried CKickmt Stk, Oy &I'e and Shrimp
: lush la tluee gs>n>M ls>t In twe a lull nine innings Sunday although I!I Principal Item of business Friday I .HOME COCKED
f Equipment Sales and Service Co. I Is [i I I tuns la the 1st IsuUug and Pert this Isn't expected to I','.,bl the drawing of a : !afternoon Friday Stuart Bbwtyet Coach Charles' ) 1 Tty Dti8M& Fonda
!! Vlet.e went .. Io score thiee serve as any particular disadvantage which. probably will be Kindred .... notified by the '
: Moi.ture "Where aq)&'When You Want It" 11: I tune la the truss and defeat Neither Arnold nor |partial' home-and-home prospective visitors that their MRS ALBERT GRINER
h a IRRIGATION SYSTEMS PUMI ti powu UNITS AND SPIAYMS 'I the SajUbhenl la i' 3f + r WE :3I I Pleen10, I IItL' It was tbfourth year. teams .to be Included in the new that day and the examiaaUea f Drive I* Cusjk $.*vice
Free Sprinkle :; straight win. ta. tau Arnold recorded the aeasoe'aneatest I league At prelen6.lx teams schedule forced cancellation et ST IVCM; Mfk.* kHIACK ON FIA
1 NO
3 ;
Forcible I
Sj Systems for Fort (tome over Stus front! Vero Beach K1ss1mmee.Stua11 WaiuulltuMluuIUlusoa
years '
I + I slab Job for Stuart when heir! ttlrd.: proposed date .Tues- .auwWlyuOI".wtP./uutluullUlllullll
r CM W TORT PIERCE' -1. f t Both Wo got only Iiv, ) Fort Lauderdale, Fort
*>IS CHANGE AVg. :I Boynton Beacb T-0'
I J owuit ri. Pc-, LI.M s.k...*..... I 1 DIM but Stuart. WM: charged the bunked/Sunday "Stringy" allowed [I'Pierce and West Palm Beach are d The Tigers, whq won only once,I ---- -

1I iiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiAiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiii. '-. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiii iiiiiuiji.t with !seven, errors l only two singles, by Vickie In j 1'certain of Inclusion: and possl- in 10 starts last year when the .
.. .. ... bllUlea of the
making total eight
-- --- -- the 1st Inning and by Booth in I the
I sport was returned to achooll: FLOWERS Far Aj(
I IE. II 1 I
ti. foikfirst place In the first' down 20 consecutive batters, i II jUke Worth.HILLMAN. Included, seven, of their
\ "JOE" halt of the 1948 South Flor- I fanned U and passed! only I one f victories.: In Indian: River Conference I BOUQUETS ,. CORSAC& .. o CUT FLOWED I
\\t Ida Coast League season will ; as Boynton never came close: to NEW GOLF play this year as compared 1 FLORAL.ARRA&CEMENTS
{ MOSLEY be the stake when deadlocked scoring after muffing a 1st Inning I CLUB CARETAKER to five ISC defeats. Splitof I
''1 Stuart and riewiston: chance In the meantime two IRC! tourney !games: was,: DOMESTIC aM ,IMfoJtTED cERAMIC3SMITH'S
= PLUMBING tangle on the East 5th St I I Harris Lowery Jt, with three!I Robert Hillman, formerly of recorded and three wtaa In five I
+I singles that drove home three j West Palm Beach, has acceptedthe : starts; against noa-leagu toes I FLORA &
diamond at 3 ] GIFT
m Sunday SHOP
p. 11-hlt
'i 2..P' b JOBBING CONTRACTING runs paced an attack position Of caretaker at the' completed the recordArthur
Prompt, Efficient Servtcq. *- All Work Guaranteed Should Clewlston repeat the i against "Lefty" Russuin that: Mirtln County Oolf and Country Henry and Bruce. BeatIf WE W1REJTL0WERS I
it Stuart
vhltewaablng : two,
NIGHT tJ DAY ,weeks ago It will gave be virtually assured -I taw first Stuart five score frames all Despite Its runs the lathe It Club was/ replacing announced; Raymond here Monday Smith,I In proved the revamped to be the Tiger chief machine sparks Arcade Bldg, $th St. Ft. {fierce Phone 310j''|
I of the top since 1 ,
spot only
offensive only two scores off 1 six triumphs
Smith Henry pitched;
resigned the post and
Wen Palm Beach will1111I11111'11111".11111111I11111I11I11"1111.1 ?
Just Phone Inut-place Russuro were earned as Boynton -
I pects: to move North, it was against two I losses and tied for
I.i.-; .:;.t.Nnn : I 's tour errors of the day and HUlman Is accompanied: : by eX-1 third among the /Individual bat '

I ....1NA .. two passed balls let In five bet I wHe and young child who Ulnff marks Scatty hurled flvewins
.ii.LA.. I 1. II' t smirched Stuart scores: I' and
... living at the club. I, against six defeats
\ ., nmk, tlI | The box score: I I Club pro Andy Hunter, now ,vlelded the onlr.'00 bat on the
I f."I h.hlw un 1 I vetp nlII I BOYNTON. BEACH on leave of absence in White ..pquad as 'ha compiled k remarkable -

REAL ESTATE .,all,,, I J'' "..." .b ANN 4 1 If'I 1 MAA 1 I Y 1: Plains N. Y.. for the summer, Is !! .365 average playing In every
1-life.W.m' I 1 ..000HLtr n. Oro,. expected to return next, fall for gamer Outfielder, Joe Smith was Li J Saesip.N.. Saar INpL PrNdli; r
) N ,ill. T Weal. J!. .. : : iIi : : the winter season second be4 batter and both be .on oust b.vl
Homesites and Water H llen'd' N ..204H4.1.0 l I' lei food) /oemsslo.hraugh.
ontage I .
Y5hrn r' 1 A 1 O and BeaMy will return tot another .
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Reasonable H. "sell a iN 50" If l play next,spring.
J year '
New AddVesst 4th Street, Opjfcsile' School L IMr Ar..ld ,, : : ..04 NO. I Iw.04e e : : 4 1 I'P +I MEET JUNE 21 The final unofficial: averages, j Plr/fotliNU. '

I ,1 10.0'., V4111.. ., ,1., I .044.Oil 1;: .I II 0 0 J J l 0 i TO SET DATESTallahasseeThe MrrrtttM.M .o. 'AB II s 1 aM H TMI T'-

.0 I.. r qu.n.hr. '' .. .. ..OM'".' e--aa/k4 4 Rich'. '. 7 ,l e0 II I 1 .H.,."... II N at It. .,u ensN BARTLETT BROS. ''
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Jubnerm .
OTTO '"f.NI State Game I ,171H.wn. .
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BIN 1111 .000; ... II C-UEOLA
r N If ale
4TlkAW .. II and Fresh Water Fish Commission ,11 000N. AVE reolla
"It 1:1.P4) A'I ,
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... .. IS y II I' illshaft '
1 I tu II. Nb ,,' I I I a will meet here June 21 to .t.. .. .... Ti ........;
1111111111I1111I1111111I111111I11I11I1/11111111I/ 4I/4l' : : : : : : : set dates and regulations for the -- ..11 II II 1 .11' TET
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lie between 11 I and Lila first half I 15.11 .e 1948 49 O iM .71 II 11 II .111'
5011,0 hunting
------ -- .- honor Should the\ SallfUheriv If :.: ;. .:: :,1 1 I'll / season H..... .I' 11 I O ..1,1r..hW t
: Jaawn N :': .I 1 1 1 0.Ma.r Ben C Morgan, commission ,11" 11 4 ..074H.A"Ica From' here I sit JoY Joe Marsh
'. M
however thej still will fa-e .
I I II I e st director said the agency "hopes"to : : : : :
habitually tough take Worth ''J. NAIY.r. II I I II ,0lr 14 ,11. -
on I establish more uniform hunt. ......... ....
0 II e aTNAM
CLINTONE/WAX' its own diamond before they can I i,, Nwtry H........Ih I. 0 .I f 1 I 1 1N.l.h Ing regulations this year. H..I .. I I I .. .... '
: run the first half bunting ,, 11.14. 4 / IN ,IN SIX 14* ll& lit .9 .f' Three Mighty
\ Aro.lde .4,5 I 4 4
It's Sprayed Into Alt Crams and Crevices heirs t .
J. Al1IoId '
; Reliable Jesse Arnold, Jr. Is r. .' I. I 0 I PICNIC FOR BALL TEAMMembers ST. ANN'S PASSES' '
Of Your Cs>
111"- of the Martin .; I' I Important Ideas
I Stuart Manager John Mann'smost ...... h, 1.010"111 IS County BID TO JOIN IRC '
MOTO-SWAY//, I, probable choice: for hill \10,..... tI...<*. .,04 4M 4.44 High School baseball team .
... which .completed ts season last ,
YOUR Stool 141 114 4
I THE MODERN METHOD, if) LUBRICATION! !' MOTION<< 11111 i (I''1 i 1 1 1 II I llIIli I I I I I II I lllll I I I I I IIIIII'I'I liii i lIl ii u ul ... (."IN.. ". _Lomr 1. 1: AnioMAnoM i week with an 11-& record will The Invitation extended by thq Maybe jn mi, *)IM e great Tbrt'Trath trM| In hfdwt.l

I VM An ..It", .. Ititf ft bit N...+ M......l. DRBe Jl MAKING I TWII/ .._.. 0Y-J.0. Loft.1"0 .. bun_. hold a frankfurter roast at Jensen Indian River Conference to SGAnna nrycloiwilla. ha* sortfl I all bark point* eat 'hat two been IMSMRflMdys
:. I I a"-ran 1. lIto"o Stiurt, ..t_luinixl: ;r.h.Ram.,. w. Beach oceanfront: this af I High School, of West Palm Hess fats a few ..l liroup... t' got anykedy. isle troble-uldl"-
Stuart andSn/TEMJIONS lan. a....,.. 811I.............,. Or.. ternoon I Beach to join the conference halt 1 lderellleller'T'tk! hazelTemperance. h .ill1011 lit
j Service Station I U In II n'm' ..*> q. lit*. Stfurt.!!->-* RUMU, ? and evening They will I been rejected lolely because of trying
I Arnold It U.wt P: bill .: I. ArmoM ; be accompanied ? facts t>o,there .ouldil W.iI
W C. *EIN, Mir GULF' I Mable Archib.M.. I. P_ .."_......1. '.. _-, by Coach previous commitments: Stuart ) Truft tyranny .
4GDUCTS pbMM SI44 4545> ATLANTA AYL" 'IJ"IIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIII""IIIIIIII"IJII"IIJII atow' IIL.d,' M/a.l.a/ ",_-47. Charles H Kindred. I I Principal Erwin F Johnwtck announced Bounds tik*a fajipcomblnitlov' -thtrtfkwHbrTrulk.From

I I I I I I I I I l I I I I I I l I I I I I I I l l! l this week. He added And t. philnophliA little ..cot.that when I \. ( ", that no additional bids will be d Tor
Truth are ama( Just nrhk
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: TRY us Saiijishei5rin'' ; I offered and the will resume 1M eeiteeCe.tw4.es Once on one aide.. Tyranny.&
1 JrPWtMAY I May, I relations ear:: with the Tjranay snd raperula oth r-nil Truth in tin n ddk-

HAVE WHAT YOU NEED present! seven members included Now and then ybear folks s*.lnc that Tyrann oems">
/ Clewlston Test also crltlclM: temperate pMple who enjoy eroacbes /upon Tntimruct
S P ne bull He ofUclais announced that a foot. a moderate (la,Yft t-, ...
By ED MENNINGER, JR. : clinic: will! be held who talk about"two getting

A close race might be the best tonic possible for tha South I here before the opening of the some one Into trouble, evl\ claim: qlfA
51 Florida 'Coast Glades League as a whole, but Stuarts baseball season, and similar clinics: ,are "Th rt ought.he llaw l tjf c9
random it beginning to have qualms about the Sailnshers who planned before; the start of other '.a

have shown few of the features generally attributed to champions: scholastic sports: lftlt.",I'M, Voile Sutet"'"""l.*"& .
Until last Sunday encouraging rebuff of Boynton Beach: who -- ,-

,PASTS came here riding a three-game win streak every .game in May .

; d0 % I nlie ARDWAREI found the champs: lettering on the brink of defeat and twice v ,
p SH DOORS going over Only a .vicious batting attack enabled them to .
' ewsTeRy overcome West Palm Beach 7-1 lead to win 11-' ,

May 2. The. next week the team fell apart and Lake The StyeSho.p! '
Worth copped: an easy decision Pompano scared the
},,, A ,rl, ? FLOORING daylights ,
t SIDING out of the Sallfisher the next week before Its rally subsided In I
the last of the 9th and Stuart staged a five-run 10th inning to
a win, and then May 23 ClewUton dealt the Sail fishers
Hobe Sound Ignominious goose-egg winning 2-0. \ );DOES) IT
::4 (lumber & Supply C >., Inc. Perhaps the slump can be attributed to the absence' : of four I A IN!

key player of a year aa ,'whose places: haven't been filled in
.. -i equality' As big a loss as any in outfielder "Chink" Stiller whose

390 bat mark topped the team and who played two-thirds of the WE BRING Ycf1

teams games without making an error, The other j.hree are Bit
Bebee Elmer Graham and Bobby HarreH Bebee carried: a.".42* i
GIFTS f frthe GRADUATES bat through nine games and pitched six victories without a loss "A Vacation
Oraham was an,Infield sparkplug with a .302 bat and Harrell fyecial"BIG

tit compiled the team's second best fielding mark .and was a danger ,
4 '. WE SUGGEST! ous hitter despite his .243 finish/ t-

2 ( In this line of thought it was a gladsome thing for unto, see

Waterman or Parker peppery Oraham back: at his. third base stand Sunday talking It up 3-DAY DRSS !
:.::. Fountain Pens and Pen and PeJJtil Sets single for all and he ft was neat worth:3rd frame and contributing:sacrifice: an Important. let. Inning .

P I : Cojrjbs and Brushes Other, factors may be considered: Manager Johnny: Mann j;

1! H*lings worth Candies J hasn't been able to come: up with,a winning pitcher put Jesse
f Arnold who has tossed all the teams six wins In nine starts to '

date. The team. Is hitting it points below Its standing a year JUNE! 3rd Jlthi 5th'Stock
ago today and 42 below Its full season, mark Both Jesse and
FOR HIM fn Sets or Separate FOR HER Bored Arnold;mainstay ot the offensive In 1947, are more than ; .

.; 150 points below their standing this time last :year Team fielding
'A has been erratic and Is only U points better than a year ago today

I 19 "His" '. Bel"&" amot. SchiapArelli Thee ARE some bright points. Ray Helsley's comeback: has up Now for the Hapg? Vacation Days Ahead
Lucien been a boon The husky Infielder's batting mark Is nearly 100
Seaforth elo''t. .: points better/ than this time in 1M, and u one ,of. the five men
": Old Helen Rubinstein. on the team who has played every game he has handled M fielding ,

Dorothy Gray chances without slip Mick Beatty's' covering of second base OUR ENTIRE :STGJCKSUMMER "
And Othe has plugged a persistent gap In the '47 defense and Harris Lowery .
Reneef.Thornton Jr, Hank Pennock and Warren Snipes Jr., are up h?par as the ,
li? r.' team onjy\ 300: bitters Lowtry has hit safely in all eight games bee
; .t..et t:1 help played. Paul! Hardwlck: Js 1.000 in qF NEW
: ugges'. your gift it for fielding seven games andBeatty's n n,20%
the occasion anJrap 2nd Inning single Sunday made seven straight tames In Off-
,t'hg0l : which he has connected safelyStuart's .

% I '",4Iear1Je defeats have made the title chase a thing DR '

\ \ \ Pi of Interest from at least Ova viewpoints In the league Instead of the ::1
Our Vms, To seBruner customary one or two. They also.have brought the SaUfishers to a :
I crucial point In their history a point where they must determine Styles for Travel, and Around S'J

whether, the defects; apparent through May may be overcome anll Solids Sheen 'Jr Butcher Large andSlnaU: 'Pginti, Stripes .
(Hrf1 "' their champlonahlp qualities proved or whether they'll sink Met sine o Spur. ...; Cotto" and Sun Backs""
become just another team in the league chasing the pacesetter, y

s Pharliiacy One thing .Is sure at this writing! the. Saiiflsners have found Sizes 9 to 15... ....12 to 20. '
/ their match In this. league, something never before very evident 38. t 42..12. -% t9Zail e >I

hg0lJ hg0l/ Toe 'romp-over J\o1'Iton'waa\ a step well taken but Clewlston a .\
J PHONE 9 LYRIC THEATRE: ARCADE always tough win furnish the' real test Sunday It tt doea 't, Phone 33& au

Lake Worth on home ground can fee counted\ en for It the following Oecepl A.eLn ,Sip
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, NEWS and Happenings' of the WEEK IN STUART New itemi for thU before papa noon. must on Wednesday n cb the newtpaeeroffice '\ I '

4tIAL Home f eleph n. 114 Oftla Phone JBt F,..11'\iJil"I jui II

T MRS. JOSEPH McCOY: Society Editor:. II, i iI j
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the voters in Port MEET TUESDAY; ; PARTY Mary Mauldin Hudson, Jr., returned Monday1night : I The Inspection\ bureau of the ew ftokn 0.oI Mlthto<. CWumkui, WMl".. O POw*, Sweh.lei 'I 1 '
Thanks td Maraca I Mrs. Peter,J. gored hoporedher from the University of' State Department of Agriculture !
The Baptist Women' Missionary huBbimd. his 28tb, : birth- Named Hostess : Florid report' 257,695 gal of gasoline The last great ddvance fee III! ,' I' II
and Indiantown for the support given Society! circles wffl all meet day Saturday with a surprise\ I. "- end 14,154 gal, of kerosene were during the lee ages to es lnated t ,
next Tuesday. I party In the fit Lucie Restau- Mr!. T. H. Calkins, of Hlaleah, eonsumed In Martin County to have covered one-fifth of the I i! '
in my campaign: for re-election to The Vada", Waldron Circle wUl I rant. Those present were Mr.: For Festival left Friday after visiting her during April earth't surface. .
meet In th,'Baptlat Cliurch anne i and Mr*. Robert E. Kinkade, Mr. niece, Mia Danlta Deno and her .
"I [the County ComrniasIonNfirom District 5. at 3 pro. with Mrs. joe and Mrs. Earl Smith, Mr. and sinters, Mrs Fred Orman and "I
Mr, Jack t>, k. i "
Philips a* hostess. The Lottie I Mrs. Frank Blackstone, Mr and (Reprinted from Charleston I I

... M. FLETCHER' Moon it the Circle home will of Mrs.meet H.at L.'Oraid. I pm.. Mrs White,Dude Mia Johanna Godfrey.Shew Miss, San'IContinei'll& M. News % Courier) Df. and -e-Mrs. Charles '
C. Miss Mary Mauldin daughter Lane of Italian Villa, jf'k ]
The Sarah Hicks Circle Frank Boyle, John ; 10 % OFF ;
meets with Mr*. t.W. Johnson at Hertry Ausborn, Walter I Rein, Jr, of Mr. and Mrs. Wilder :H.Maul Bewails Point, had as their din
3 p.11The dale: ,Jackson Circle Roy Davies, Walter I Farhry, John din of Hampton,,a C., won the ner guest Friday night Mr. I .:'j '
will meet at the home 6f Mrs.Henry Huffman, Don Outlat, George title of "Mis Hampton" to serve Edward' Swann and Mrs W. E.IngersoB. I
Magee, George Edward and "; I''tiON ; !
Crews at I p.m. The LMAmiga as hostess queen' for the 7th annual -e '
lurrrcane roteehonJelouaies will have a covered dish! John ORLMENNINOERS! Watermelon Festival of i P ;''t
Courson to spending several
at Mrs. ,I,
I 'uPpel at II P..Blakeslee'ehome ENtERTAIN Hampton County July 1. It la 'weeks with his parent, Mr.
p.m. e Itt. and Mrs. John U. Men. sponsored by the Hampton Junior and Mrs A. C. Courson,Eldorado
Awldnia Rain add I MRS. LYONS nlngef were hosts to five couplesfor Chamber of Commerce. She Heights. He will return to De-
eW dessert-bridge at their home vied with 10 other contestant Land June 14 to attend the summer GRADUATIONGIFTS r
Glare ;
tins Shutters TO WOMEN'S GROUPThe'Presbytertan In St. Lucle Estates Tuesday at the pre-featival ball in the session at Stetson University. .: ,
Control nights High score: prizes were Hampton County Armory. .
eal6s4i.n Women' Association von by Mrs. Arthur M. Dehon Miss Mauldin, an outstanding ? _
Beauty entertained Tuesday at and Harris R. Lowery, Jr. Others student In Hampton High School John Prlestman returned today :
the r' home of Mr Harry .Lyons. playing were Mrs. Lowery, will be graduated with honors 'from Gainesville to, spend 1 1AT
trot lmt.IMtM. Privacy Mr. Oeorge Porter gave the de- Mr. Dehon, M'n. Erwin this month. In 1947 she was Miss his Vacation with his aunt and
votional. Mr, F. R. Horton was F. Johrrwlck, Mr. and Mr. E. A. Hampton Co"Unty In the annual uncle, Mr. and Mrs Lloyd C.
SHUTTER P DUCTS CO, In charge of the program, the Mennlnger, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs Azelea Festival in Charleston.She Travis on Riverside Drive.
STUART, F okmA PHONE .., theme or'which wan "Good Jane( Herbert Bruner Is a niece of Misses Alice and I
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lot Grammar,* Mrs. Lilly Wiley, Julia Dehon and granddaughter CHURCHES OF SCIENTIST '
Mr. C. A. CarMel and Mr. WJ1- KINDRED fETEd 01 Mr and Mri.Theodore Dehon COD THIS ANDCRFATON"
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lIam Smith read Interesting article Neighborhood children And of Stuart, Fla. With her family, axnw..h5.h" la th WIN to m4 vi.to u Chued foaaon-,.. ,
from the magazine Out. their mothers were guests at 'a she mad her home in Stuartfor oIhrtit,IklnUil! tkroiHtkotK. till wnrl
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reach. birthday party for Sandra Kindred on 21.. .. J" 4
a number of yean before .. ,
Port r Other present were Mrs. Visas (daughter( of Mr and Mrs moving,; to !South Carolina. /. Th.beet Ooldm.mad. .Tnt4.t"Allflea.0ke.1hear ,h.1I ..">. an<. ..or.hli, i ihrfor C. & :Walker I Ii
Uu O Iurh l and hen ilarlTrIhr
Charles Kindred, at the Kindred >
beth .
Kara, .
Mr S.A. Marsh Mrs.L _. ., '
For fives Art "' and
W Tike,, Mrs Andrew Kerr, home in'Eldorado Height Sat !STEFFENS, MISS CARI.BERCC.NTCRTAIN riiwft. ............ thl.... lion .n tio4OM < i r
Mr. Blanche Lowrey and Mrs' 01-day afternoon. Toy favors FOR U ..| .-..(.,..1.... 55 e,..HI.., JEWELERSOsceola' "
A. /M 011.154 .hlcohI"
& Bo were given and Ice and ,........ .
ShopOver ream
Paint %; Joseph Freeman, Mr. li.' th. L rm n la tka 'ollo..lu tro.th.
and Mrs R. Steffen
cake were served amid pink and 6lhl.t "Lvt all th. ...to ,... tftLor4t 11
and Miss Frances Carlberg entertained In aK tin "hilobllanta of tht MrM j
( A & P, 2ndlFloor) OBSERVES BETTY tEE: WHITIf'AR | green decorations. for 22 at the home of .wad.t..4 It l In 0..as.....0", ..hi.. .......r....d.r h..., Bpd avaka It, ,j Ave, Stuart, Fla. I
7T1I BIRTHDAY '; DIANE HOUSTON IS 4 Mr:and Mrs. Bror J. Carlbergon aland f..|- (raa'lnK MM, el.TM .. I Ifollffwlitir '(,.,
SPECIAUZING IN UPHO TERING Mrs. Johnson Whltlcar of :Fort Twenty children and. four Bewails Point yesterday afternoon ". lw.nn... ...r... .... .1.. b"IuMa. 1ho ,'
Auto Painting M.*I ,Work Sewall gave a. party for her! mother were hi attendance and night. Quests fished .....n.A tvittlwok." "from.......the ah4 CkrUllaii8i. Hnlihllk i : A
Custom-made.Slip. Cover -A Sport Top daughter, Betty Lee, celebrating, when Diane Houston, daughterof and played games and were ._II., to the .....,....- kit iii.., f j jI
i. her 7th birthday. Quest wer: Mrs. Ben A. Redding Jr..,observed served a buffet supper at t:30.: .".., 1M add eet4.l: "Th..It.dmb.loe...... raqutr. tka(.s tkmKM it". Watch Fir I
Laura Kay and Joanne Whltlcar, her 4th birthday! with a I Attending were Mr. and Mrs.C ask. ... ..dm.lon..1.....15.5" ..0.504,...,I-. Important Announcement- Soon! I ,
t.ilnil..nd llut mall I. .It.
,. Dorothy and Bobby Ooet and. party at the home of her grand A. Porter Mr. and Mrs Herb- Live,, wIf Mi.N.4 end ......J, ermml. Get In Relar at' .Ii .
Billy and Bobby Jacobs father, W. A. Salla.i, at 740' East ert Bruner, Mrs. Joyce Davis, I' .05,14........5.5155 .toM 55., tee, 5.. Tune With the.
Mf. and Mrs Curtis Whltlcar 1th St yesterday afternoon Refreshments Robert Zubrqd, Mr. and Mr*. ".tero.. 1e. I w..I.0. .., tAtosserft 1G1.u I,
INNERSPRINGMATTRESS. and Mrs. Kathryn poets assist- *were served. Harris Lowery, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs I .-5_ .........." Il7.,11, the Month MoviesOften
and ed, taking them to the Jensen -- Bernard Coker, Mr. and Mrs.I of June !
h beach! for a,swim and returning Mrs. R. J. FUrlong of the! Rex John U. Mennlnger, Mr. and-Mrs. 0TH THE STUART If
f BOX SPRING dome! for a birthday rake and Hotel Is spending the month of Curtis Whltlcar, Mr. and Mrs. aFLORIDA ,

on' 6 I a$69.50'Valu Ice cream. _._. June visiting her sons In Jack. Erwin F, Johnwlck, Orover and SCHONBERGER'SElectric "
\, sonville, Atlanta and Richmond. Drew King, Mr. and Mrs. ArthurM.
Va. Dehon and Mr. and Mr E. A. VALUE !
: $5950 1 Mary/ Mell Burgess, Elaine Mennlnger Jr. i
TWIN OR DOUBLE. SIZE Ulmer And Patsy Sullivan enter] M. William Hill of Ashland SHOEr-REPAIRING 15j ALE 15Xitirsday i 1.1 ji.
tamed the O.A.'s with a party at Wig left last Thursday after a Mrs W.' E. Ingersoll, of Castle "
Ft. Pierce ShopFort Jensen( Beach oceanfront from four-day visit with Mr. and Mrs. Hill. Bewails Point, left yesterday "I TODAY (' ) ONLY
pleep 4 tQ I p.m. Tuesday. There were. Erwin F. Johnwlck at their !home; for a months visit In Chicago -'
Pierce, Fla. 120 M. 2nd St. Phone 710 18 girl present at 72 ,Osreoa) Ave. Hill andJohnwkrk with relatives. From there, Army & Buy1 One Adult,Tic I t for'Regular Price of SOc ll llH llm f '
and Then Gel Anoth Adult Ticket for 15c
were overseas together she will go to Redbank. N.- J.,, < Only :
DUTCH TREAT CLUB 17' months during World War II 'to visit her daughtei and son- 305 East 4th Sgl Two for 63c Bring A Friend! I
The Dutch Treat'' Club met .- in-law Mr. and Mrs. W. E Wim- I
Thursday! afternoon at the Civic Mr, and Mr. C. A. Lees ot tey. iar.at O. TODAY ro..e.N -. i 1
\ Center for bridge. High scores Tropical Farms left yesterday to You C.R' I
PRO ECT were made by Mrs. Let Older Visit their I son, James A. Lees,-a CAULFIELD Foresee It et I
,I shaw, Mrs. E. 5'. Jormwlck and Spring;! Bill. Ala. FURNITURE/ ,..,,. You'll Never
YOUR CLO ES! Mrs. H. M. Klelteld.'AbS a Forget Itt
1L B!: Kraft, chairman of District of 1 i
Have Your Winter CIothinA' Blankets, Etc. 10 Welfare Board left this QUAUTY .. STYLE, and CHARM I -t, p Alive Suspeniel With t
to'' attend the board'
morning TOTTER
I For '
,June session In West Palm Beach., /t I
Dry Cleane f e Living Room. Bed Room Dining Room and .itchen !
and either e SRSn Mr and Mrs Stewart Springer Our Line I* Complete n BENpTT'HAffiELD

MothProofePut I Ior moved Monday Into the Qrtbben A VISIT'WILL CONVINCE' YOU I
sqAefTRA house formerly owned by I
Bi S. Ergenzlnger at 720 '''Furniture '

In Moth-Proo Bags .. Ave .. _._ Mrs.j Roddenbury '
For the Summer I i Cor; Ave A' and N. 2nd St., Flit Pierce :
and Mrs Becker 'I'I
Mr. Joseph 'I''I'NORTH
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returned Saturday evening from I :
Take Advantage of our Famous erlou Moth-Proot.my I ,a.. three-week vacation visiting W1CHJEUURTIZTjti fALNE4' 1 / '

Service :Ten Year Guarantee INVESTIGATI0sceowa TAX AND T Amboy relatives, N. J.Jersey, to their City.and residenceand Perth Pence Construcg'on Co.: win ? 'f I''
business establishment
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.. Expert LDyei TITIx INSUaAN 1 north-C-of Stuart Phone tJ)3'D.7 ) "Il ; "

Count FLORIDAABSTRACT Evans Crary, Jr., who has been Bulldozer with'B fade or Rake FRIDA and SATURDAY 2 !
Martin Cleaners l 0.IIM attending University ,of Florida, Big |, BigHits r
returned today to ei&nd1! the Also V2YafdpraglineSee Hit.I ,ACTION AS YOU LIKE ITI.! !' j \
I GEORGE TH r. KCNN. summer at his home with Senator f
I P.id.STUART See U* or THE ONIT AN 10 MIIIE ,. ,
Opposite Citizens Bank Stuart. Fla. j F RIDAr and MrEvans Crary. "
J- Ditching IlllT KID SACK ; UIJ1
I Grading : j
Andy Anderson of the France DOWN "" I"I"J J I, "
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I Apartment left last Thursday to Diking,!\ !
spend his vacation in Bristol 1

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r .. --Mrs.. Effle Watkins of Delray f I IRON
Beach and Monday .
spent Sunday '
hone 265
led visiting her brother and *lserlnlaw WE BIG : ;
r Mr and Mrs. William d03 OPf ( CATHV DOWNS' ;

r e SENDING FWDS Berry. **. -,\ c3 "VOLLRATH 1 ..:..!! ;(!: pmt' ANWE""""6V/YNK""""aP. }! ( I

Mr. and Mrs. Otto J. Matousek __ _IA __ j "
of Palm City Road have been entertaining "" SSSSMn Charles STARRE a Smiley BURNETTE ; 11
OUT OF T WN! their son and his wife, Plumber"tOR (The Durango Kid (The West's No. 1 Movie) j I '
Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Matousek .
t of Chicago, who arrived,Friday, 0 TWATfi ALL i : :

.. son and, Bob.Mrs; 'U Another D. Oraw house and guest her, / "p \alck, Dependable iI I Last Chapter hick j Carter": :..: Serial i iJ

'?HEN'' USE A Mrs. Mills of Orlando. left Tuesday f' SERVICE And Cartoon "Migh Mouse Meet Deadeye Dick',!. j ,l :
for Key West. t ,
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BANK IIONEY OR ER Lane were the week-end guestsof ESTIMATES SU MIllED SUNDAY nd MONDAY I II'
her -aster! Mr* Charles Yel A Side Wit'ng' Romance
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bing> ton, Daytona ''Beach Her
No. 1 tm Laugh Parade 1
brother, Orin Wilson, returned on 5t
with! her to apend .month, / Vollrath' Plum ng ServiceLARRY
'S' Inexpensive .
''Mis' Jean Parker, daughter of YOU TH a GllYS0:1: 1'1'NS0P1
( \ ill *" Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Puker'will .
311 Akron Ave. FJa.i
return this week end from Florida
L C venient to buy State College Tallahassee, # I t {

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The cdfM'ENIENT' way ,to aave t* with A'odern W LIKE CtOtla 3kE'F EE[ i6U1! 'j :

ADD-CM IMC. ONLY $2 with your person key. .Hard "Red Co osive
in a Some SKty t Deposit Boxes Available Now ALSO. DISNEY TOON and FOX NEWS

For Expert Advice onsult
TUESDAY & DNESDAY June 8.9 1 i "

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fie Bank o{ Personal S rrlct e"We I I

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fACE'FOUR lilt; STUAlit' M.WS, ST\.'AUT' MARTIN VOtNTf; llQRIDATHt'KS', JUNE *. 194$ .",,,,r,.,. ? ,,, _

i I 11I11 11111I1111I111111111111I11I11I11I1 I I I (m 11111111I1111I11I11 I I I II 1111I111111 Illllllllllh.Gold
,.' te tuartu By C,S. MilcyPurt = Is Where You Find ]
I ,( Pierce NewYttiuunc'In ) It

I 'I' ; 4 work who faith/ Ittlten fillllllllllllllllllllllllimillll, By J. F. BlakealN tllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII111,
Published every Thursday: 'at fa m> timi' 'for" ,hatt" I |||
1 I' This week I will write about gold,oat most valuable
Stuart, Martin County Florida
by Stuart Dally News, Inc., I We have not tile lighted Idea tin, one of our most useful Both have given rise to many $J
I t
/ the Golden Age, the golden. rule, the touch
Florida corporation. who ii the author of that thoughtYeart speech: l Midi";
, fACE small wedding and"olherf.Tin teems to strike the opposite e trll1fe iTW
Entered! ai second-claM: mall ago there used to be a ,
can old can: tine Cans'cheap people tin-horns,, cwnuertej
matter at the post office at Jacksonville publication, long fine (
CUD sound, "tbin '," and we ipeak of tra ) the
Stuart, Florida, under the Act dece *! 'that ran the. line regularly yet
ATVAd of March 8, 1(79, beneath lit masthead. W. can 'hi whkh we pack our food Is DIM of our most: Valued ponnL.|

"' A fREE PRESS I have cherished: the through Cold what a magic name It conjures! Up pktuw 01 a
I I a 35 YEARS OF SERVICE! all the years and wised that it prospector and hh burro wandering the deserts, oj frown i nigbllllll\

span i, and 'tbe Ktiurt Dillr )I... ... w oen ,might be imbedded deep In the Yukon, dodging head hunters in New' Guinea \,
Patrovmiu .
a1 FREE PEOPLE ., .a. Ytwrt hna.a, Tim la .Sliurt.1N flrat'A>rll M.II I, I hearts of all mankind. What a tilt- Cold opened up this new world !of add 11 earl oplufen\ tanul
i I IPU..pa: llu .tu.rt MMMIIN*, .IUM.rrh > (Went world this would be were for k. Hemando DeSoto sought for II. found '
tamp ," .blob TN Tim,. ".. _..lId...a. .. stud coat h i j"I
1. HIT TN kl..rt D.IW N... that but the easel I How nobler,bow the Mississippi River s
Italy .. ,,
M r uodxl 1 Ool Ix-r ., au. |u ._.
fie s t ,l .jp" .. P a.Wl h ., 'tf..i. :. l:.= e;k., .... .. .br ten ee I worth tweeter while how would happier our, how own more livcibe.could :, No word has to fired mlln'nwfinatiJn./ Men hav 1IIgt,!s *
,\ ft down through the egos; kingdom have bunt overthrown /
1 A ,, we but banish all hate : others. laved by It. In olden day ft wat used for ornaments tad j bY j' t *

firs from( our hearts. our.lives! fled'it became a imybolof wealth. Romans built an enpirent?1itt.

w i Liter used It to ransom their freedom from the barbarian a1"u L*
i MEMBER 0> ..1,9f8 I "In world where death it 1 I II the 'slue of, llm yellow metal. ) ".."

Hate itself ii enentialty
I N;hen tlw teacher: asked the io !tkMi, "vVhurc\ irk tlty| laeq
death )Jt breeds In the end iletith (
3 I It It dries our lives It warrM, up I Over f 12,(KX()000,(000( ( dollars worth." Ho "had tie .orro*< iui\!wo, 6.
... kills love, good will undentumlli.g nor
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... f anwla.: A axxyllNaF.R" : .," Puhha,;", / 4r I It distorts the view, it destroys the l-irt, Knox < symbolic our weahh, ,
w asw.w r LYovs .kdU.rr I One of the most fampu seeker after gold was janum, Icmfa(
k A ; 1M. .." .. ..". ., :,,;,. :hr; xdna::,:: II joy' of life and living It brings l'l'I Creek hero v M started in march for the golden ffcow, J lib.| .."" ,
I W1tJIt1l; p, elliOna" .. ..,..... '' mininderstamlmEj, it drivel away railed the Mgr; since then gold hunter have been known aiAmiLk dap4.
atidl0N.akwxtwCaa"' ; .' Ad..ulln..n..j, I friends; it shrivels thb heart, It u
who had "the
Another wry Mlles golden
King Uiuth
1a w \ the casut belli the motivating tmdlpj.b
S\lIJJCRIPTION: RATES little daughter and.she turned to a golden statue. Eit-n tbt (,
I +l 1',,!;', sr M r ij,.. Y..r -. Puss 1.,.. 1.... ... ....,......._:>alossNd 'I force behind, the pogrom of race I tried to eat turned tat gold, but the gods relented and lie lost ha fork gays
: 1:1 1 'tljlA, n... m.U Snore u p TN u.wn r., _'" eN4hst. Qs against race people against pea touch A very nice ttory and one with a moral: gold uses S I u.
-:1 n}.:,l .: .wNweM..aW, ; .IvMw.n..t pies, nation against nations. T T
: TN. A..I"" Pro.. u.a.l. ..WIr meatsa ea. Y" fa r.e.alM.tk. ., .11 M,14 I ninesi'
"Ij I TRUE AMERICANISM Another: was Croetus. One day after showing, lug golden 'Ia..I.
", : : NATIONAL.:DITORIAl t ( to a friend the friend shook hit head and said "Some do) a moll >j
i" Imperial Magazine) with better' Iron and then he will be master of .all..
<:.ASSOClATI6N come that ld.'ti
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haven't been gypped by
1 i ''nAa t 'a fake you mail-order tulvertiMment, should remember that who! we think el'Fort KnOx, Thin egos< a;

{ ,/ h s' be hemmed h. by Atom Bombs and then k. division nar.,lmtej fc
I'' MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED!: PRESS 'i: had either your appendix or tousle t
," the AI.-j i ; Pn.r ,> wttflkd .i.lwlwlr. t* th. d.. for iwukltailfulllool .r ..U'1.ut removed and been made s fool of : take pocsetsion truly a big'prize / ambitious:bank roblw
: I new "rint' .d ,In lkl. n...p.p.rvM _U .. ill AP .... 41., ........ t by one of the opposite you erenot I ,When Pizzaro Invaded Peed he Captured the lace >lurt, AlJwiU
and Imprisoned him In a small room, The ehtef: knew the Spwal
a.true,American citizen. These
LOOKTO THE MOUNTAINS were alter gold and said hiiiubjecU would fill the mm with .,
"" T\lartin\ County and all South Florida might well ,srP the !minimum}requirements.HARDCi01E were set free, After the'room wit filled the chief( WH. MaStwmardt ;

to the! mountain for a new crop of nummer tourists "I } : fought their way to the coast ,

:2Vmong letters received by the Chamber of C Old fire-eating Senator! J Jun WatMHV James Manhall./ 'while building a mill for John Sutler duconmi

this week was one from a North Carolina business man I : was once the topic of,a eonecrsution gold; this started a rush b California by the Forty-Ninm tisd.rod.

whojJesired to 'upend' my vacation in Florida where my 4n the White House durIng to f",everywhere. Nuggets Were picked from bare gnonl; ,'" Tht] "1

family and myself can enjoy the ocean beaches and your I the Coolidge administnitKin. discovered, |4n California was an accideut. 'Two 1Wl'1t NIkI !k

finet"lIhing." I 'Sks j You know remarked one 'of 111 I a (flash flood; one Will drowned when' the flow! w,, vp bu palter

:All through the Southern mountain!.!! regions there are .. .. ......... .... I the guests, "1 Iward Jim make,>a found hit body and Went to bury It, His shovel itruU an etIortQ
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)potential summer tourists to Florida Unlike we FlondiariS speech back In his native Indiana nugget which he later sold for 122,000 With the disc, rTIII yjdi

who yearn for coolness In the summer, they dreamof !. News and Comment C Sor j, one night,' and when he came to )Alaska the Kkiixlika nth wes on. Conditions/ were mrnilu. ,, to the II1it

bilking in the suet, getting\ a healthy tan, basking in the I his conclusion he laid,"Fellow citizens t- In California: Huge fortunes were maclo almost ov' 'iit lit Srawaited ,
II I warm waters of the Gulf Stream tow I have given you all the their fortunes ullieit. were killed for tlitlr"' duct t liters li/.

This is one of the targets we should choose for an in- TIIOSF; IS who haves a hard time attaining up the payments during a depression (bets, mid yon can vote for me or ,to death Some starved -,all for that magic name called old
': teiligeuet summer publicity campaign. vltftclivcn might stop and ,ponder vvhcii fit getting one-half or one-third go to htuTPresident c 'As pure gold! /is too 111ft to uw, our gold coins, wen. ftillt-trr4

:Another '"big producer" for summer\ business 11in! that. an armless, legless veteran! is con- that amount, ilidge, who had Ux-n pure l gold and one.tt'nth copper' or 21.6,carat. ; the cnjipL
H Irmr Florida close at hand. Thousand of families) in ducting a !flourishing expoit-lmport) ( business \ quietly listening, intervened., bas! and wearability, VMien we speak rf twenty-fnnr ,.unite K!mm

the Everglades region and- central Florida would enjoy a from a hospital bed at Framingham, WITHIN 8 MONTHS: after Ihe:'deluge of He laid: "Dilficult choice, wasn't fun gold Twenty carat meant twenty parts gold and [ vacation at the seashore in Martin County if it was brought Mass. Man's ability is never limited bx bis last Sept mblr'8! hurricane and "The Great 9i"-Washington Pat, metal When multi it mixed with concur Ik ili-nvn.' and_ mIolo.
to their attention that they can have one reasonably and circumstances I If you don't believe i it$, Hood" of llA7\ South Florida U again 41.11. silver lightens It thus wf; have oar white gold Io'o"k: n

with satisfaction in this area. ponder about the lifer sentenced to Texas gapping for water' Millions of fish are ETERNAL QUERYThe Betides motley' ). gold "'III11I1I1Y oilier uses \\enw. tllnf\.

j Look at Daytona Beach which Iras built up alum/ 'p'nitentiary who made a ring out of H dying or ready dead in the shallow ponds shock answer to the], query (CXX)( ) worth, year for dental wqrk, jewelry. foutiljin l l f(t e 11cM.:

,,:,+''; mcftourwt'; businem/ even more important than their, winter. toothbrush handle, finally got ill! the convicts and ditches of the area,, and ,forest fires ,why. by woman', was willing to gold W sign puintuig and various other things

: season, in the establishment working for him 'arc rag ::1A""' over tinder-dry voodlands' marry' this, or that. unpn'pos ,- siiig 1 have read nfa, nugget; found in Amtralfii fIll 'ujl:kd \\II
I: ""Let'tI, Kit! on the ,\ball and go after some of Ibis 'bum-' and had t
i : nest, t, %,' ; )30,000 a; ymr '. I' anti) we're paying\ in the cniivof" deKtr prolwljly her, only;' chance..' But eight or nine Inclita in dumuter e' gold tt 19 31 1 tunes, as K tfiw wiiahi

: LEAVE ALONE ,1'1'I < \ i' 0' fcr ur( <'ttii>{(: ,I atureo balance! whet the question/ ailed in re the Bible Psalm 19, rolif Will uswl to illustrjlf i., i 'EM }Jo' UhhEU,: WAKREN'S annountemenvthat o verse,the explanation why any mats hd Lord "More to be desired J are they! than gold, ua tlwa.,;'''mltlS;,,
',',; NOne of the great advantages of the' Everglades Na he la going to speak from tho Courthouse flUH USI> ,, tional Park is that the elevation is at sea level cjorrlpletely steps of every county in. Florida and sanc1fiidoes get rid of the pests{ unattractive woman; is not to read. color and luster like the min, the god of their idolatry'"What

I. I Iru rating government experts from building- ,dams:I ',' for and offer (the hand of friendship both/ to bat what far-reaching effects it may I ily available\ of tin, one! of the first metals known to man I It ushnd s
: war power. those who voted for him' and to those have are still unknown. In too rich a j A man it supposed to be attract the brono age Copper was too soft to be |used by man uri
i iI <:, I Out Went they're "developing to death" Just about who voted against him is Indicationthat mixture; it kills the gambusia,, minnows 1 ed before he propose It it not someone tlloved U with tin. This alloy wet hard] and WK114<| lull, *

J all ttZbuiId.their beauty !spots! The government's latest proposal we are going to,have a big; -hearted. which are natural controlsand> wipes always ,easy to tee what, attracted: 1 edge!( to primitive man gave!,.up his liana _"p"n.. Latei aim' seaWah
t U a huge water power project on the Rogue River" Governor with the human touch ThoKft- ,out >tti:my Insects useful to man in{ the him She may have pursued liiin I, tin hiv ut ion of firearms came bronze csoe ml( JKHIH "I( the rail

natjf nally famous fishing stream who are quick) \, to forgive have no tee pollcnizatjon of, fruits and ygetables1: Ar sib" may have reminded him of iMist, tails area cult front It. Engine( bearing are nwtlo! ," ill' uii alk,d
We bet somebody could get elected President just J
on County staunchly loyal to' ht. mother, ,or do tin, and '
may |lu| have topper utlm.lt1y.'lth tin aliuyvJ... wish lu.: i tuvctoi
jnuJc tlK'3: >roml! 'e to leave !our natural assets the way the Lord' Dan: McCarty 11\ the election, ehould'be BUT THE fUG SLEEPER; In man's Interference i hewn l lonely and propinquity did tin foil l wrappers' and tooth paste tithes Bronze. was 11.0,1:. *Own lluuIhe '
'cm .
!. ___,_..___ quick to give Fuller a warm receptionand with Nature U the atomic fission h'the rest ; ''oget until it was tunplaiitotl by Iron

KEEP FREE ENTERPRISE should offer him every possible' support : experimentation\ '' now going,, 'on. 'Here we I! Many womcTe are attractive bo-! 'The/ tin can fa probably vrKKlern' man'f, creaU-st, VRWC. \...
to make his! administration one of are truly mefislng around with ,unknown fore marriage and then badly ever It lint all tin d at
." From time to time pressure is applied to Stuart City results for unified slump merely tip-plated sttet. Probably two" percnit
\ Florida,
a forces that
so great false step
any may afterward Sometimes b tin '
Commission 1 can
attempts to lock the for trade a man
< one
\ or iQmther( up destroy the world and the Ijvjng( '',things stumbles along in a daze and wakes The,UaDud St"lel1as been blessed with natural ntniicabbo \

jl l'Y The. latest t of these is an electrical code which would:, "Voice ALL THE of America"FUSS: AND broadcasts FURY about the' (11.it\ without anyone'knowing' what ,went up married And of course one I b not one of them, this, wa must Import Chief m"luung' ati.
:, slurring and) wrong mans meat "Ii another s polson.j I are Bolivia/ ;; the Malay. Stales. Netherlands
1e, lmse| a heavy license on any new entries in the field -* slandering this State or that is man" Imla.1' and C"
''; whivh is of the I downright The till mina of Cornwall hue the oldi,' man h dr
: one way using city to create a monopoly. England
funny-when you recollect that there was A UTTLfe: GROUP Of' MEN ilava taken IN NATCiIEZ
5>d far as the public is concerned, we prefer the free i a day when America frowned Wwkl One: Eunptechief| source of supply, today thi "'edee"" on the use unto themselves the powers of the gods In Natchez, Mississippi,the CurAn t fradkHi of the world
\ enterprise system in which competition governs prices and i of propaganda in any form, and toned! "to but thtylre: \! still human, as we all Club recently\ restored 'Cou.nclly' supply wtoII
hli rd leg established I Coming back to tnt'ssre .1'LIon.
UQ are to make it difficult for new busi- castigate gold we an) apt to air '
any foreign nation which deliberately know, so most of us! feel about as safe Tavern
nes.Eu! to start. huiltin'1395. .Art/ \by it The real wealth consists. In our/tithct meUiU, forioi great l )bed
.The set out on ,a propaganda program, us 'we would, if sitting next to Ayear-; ancient sign itates that a barrel of of cattle, fish mJtoute
city would do well to steer clear of entanglements Now we get mad at heep. of the tea, Ideas' and our ability tc
I old! baby playing with matches in' wiibhy
a our a
whiCh the public will have to pay for in the end, propaganda hurts our false Will 28l2JJ);. AIw, according However, otir greatest wealth h fhe,people who inhabit this tauHf.
/ ,, pride, gasoline
,refinery. to John Cunlhcr: As the ,
t ". poet Bobby,Burns said! "The man't the! gold for all thin
CHANNEL LESS MUD I Fourpence a Night for Bed
SII ,I, Dicing rkeptiral of the theory advanced by proponentsof !! WE SIC WHERE an Atfa fc City THE: WORLD JSREATHED a sigh of relief I Sixpence a Night with Supper SLOW DOWN AND SAVE -
I II i *2, Lucie Canal deepening that a wider and deeper banker and builder says that a man witha whenr.-for half a day-it looked as though : No Mora Than Four to Sleep) in e
(hawiel would ease our pains in regard to mud wife and child must earn at least $100a the U.S, and Russia would honestly talk i One Bed, Appeals to tlov! ?, down and l MV a life majbe 70<*

!4 i' we Qmsulted, an engineering authority who repl' : week to buy al) adequate house I on, torday's peace That's )nothing, to the great No Boots! to be Worn in Bed. own. go unheeded by Florida drivers who prefer tad

I : f: "That mud mostly originates by reason pOllution'1 market. And the banker says pression' of peace of mind which eX"1 'Organ!! Grinder ta Sleep In the their necks for the thrill and feeling W power that the

I : j ji oQnuddy bottom and of mud deposits in the nothing about what's going to happen prevail if,all the .scientists, would! lock WashhouteNatchez seem to derive from swishing along the highway at tW

Canal cast of Port ?Mayaca, Here I get to this y'y when be tries to keep I shop and go ,fishing as most people know, (snow fastest pace"that their cars will go

y<3Jj, put you can Verify this generally In your own j -- I a famous toutiierq shrine"' ,with There's another slant on" fast driving;; which hOllY
i back yard with a hose ,and hoe : scour is a function THERE'S SOMETHING BESIDES FISH H0 4RUE\ its restored houses and ,, garden., appeal to more motorists, Did you know that you are to t *

\ oQhe velocity of the water, no velocity no scour, high' I For the past 20 years or so Martin County! legislative v London: O.-Froftl the pftgnfDl!( t representative the best in, old ing money out the window when you race along the bits'way

i l I velocity heavy scour The 'scouring power of water politics have risen and fallen around the fishing Jasue,like. tie London Prison, Former."/fhwse Mississippi River culture, : '

I increases enormously with a>small increase pf velocity the tides of the sea I ore, a.. few 'we .(.h ten ,word*.cm The American utomoblle'llllociation Is suthoribfor
'' ((11II' I recall it offhand doubling the velocity increases In the heat of this recurrent issue a griai'msny'vitkj I Ihe
    jeot tPiKtor* and E
    tits scouring power somewhere between' four and factors for the area's growth have been shoved into second "If'Site( editor mulct. mUtata I oook, It b to me M if 1 had $6 on a 600-mile trip, by driving at\ 41 mica an hour inntw.
    d ac en times). Velocity can be decreased, either by place or overlooked ent; ely. To an outsider-or, let* he gained A new friend, When I read of 60 per
    loaf to aerlo minded folk Wy>> ought to hp, hunt! over book I IsllWe/ 'The information 600.test CUSStwo W
    a a
    culling oft the water supply entrely or by enlarging farmer in our own county-we "'1'a doctor makes. mistakethey perused be was secured from'
    w a
    r thj channel to carry the same amount of water as be. must seem to have single-tracked, minds. fore; it resembles! the meeting withan ears Here are some of the results[ :
    fore, (Here again I do not recall the precise mathematical It is high'time that the filing issue be definitely set- Know; uy Latin nothing and'cause the hey dun not'S t j, old one. At 89.4 nj.p,h,. average. 'speed\ the-Sara used 46 ,la,-
    could I '
    : Ions
    uff I Iil expression, but halving the channel width increases tled-and we go on to other matters, HOM to settle it will nil it did '- Oliver) Goldsmith took gi/, hours ,
    t the velocity by about a half more) take the ,wisdom of Solomon and! is not a matter which: Lead- writing tiny 1 1At. ,6a:* mph, average peed care used 3sg allosh. .
    "Putting\ these rough quantities all together, if should.be embarked Upon hastily or unfairly .We.are all I' If tn,editor makes a mistakethree's if! we have no faith in.ounervei took 914 hours. '"

    u we halve the bottom width of the channel'we Increase familiar with the! pros and 'cons which have beep t battled a |U i of hollering, cutnlngIUH and in, the kind of future we can At 41.8 m.p.h. average speed,'cars used 29_ gafla1'*

    UN velocity one half and thus Increase the scouring; over for years, and, it Is not the purpose of this editorial ninylxi a lil..lllllt, while token '
    to them (lie doctorntet\ "' .one, them follow, not td lead In a BOO-ralle sped 'R
    effect about twice. Or conversely, doubling the ch r- argue Let In lell1l'm'- distance traveling at higher
    )net| width decrease the current one third and cuts the Instead, we use this opportunity. to urge that commonsense a fiinarJ' with flowers and dying i ber that the Rihle contains two ,suits in reaching the destination three ancr one-hal has

    W securing power to one third of its previous value." and, reasonableness: be,'called upon fort a real aiM! perfect, Dilutee A duetot'mmuse : proverbs we Cannot afford 10) fur sooner, but consumes 17 gallons more, or 68 per cent JI

    y ; Jo, illogical as it may seem to the layman, there;Is a solution which wJl: take.the issue out of politics from now, 'a word a mile long and it i! Ret( The first |Is "Ma rW not gasoline "
    technical: foundation for the argument that a deeper canal on,'definitely settle, it, and) free our energiea'.fotthose ., don t make any differenov Jf he live ty bread alontf and the"' .too-
    iuay3:; >enefit,us. ,: I problems which, are ,going to require e peration'and'.tem" knows, what it m uns, (for folks ond J is "Where.trwSe K no vUoa, WOODS FIRE LPSS'I "

    .Anyhow, !fa on its way And one factor which:"has work to make Martin County grow wig think M' a ttv iled. while an II the, people perish.Ch Woods fire losses protected: acreageor theta'

    a not !Been; brought out but which It definitely on, the rosy Whether this Is possible we do npt know, but it should editor has lo be able to spell any >uksLa'kmaa ten months are 131,578 on tame period| V 5year
    bide -ef the la certainly be the goal And if ;4 is i 4.m1TM-.. It fa easier to doe leas than for the
    ih J picture> the certainty that such a' project will accomplished-all Mar- I Job right than ago the fl'*r
    i'lnJull're'at+ navigational advantages ,' tin County will heave a sigh of relief, "If" llIdor gas( to tell anther/ tll explain why you duet Forest Service according to the April fir. report
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    '-- r nmn't wife be for I "
    "'Truth'ia* Martin charges the vbt| w Martin
    aboutthla Van
    thinking canal Buren
    I It The ten mol
    report shows that damage the last
    yropSistion: U strictly elemental. We are primitive real UNAVENGED MURDEK .if the editor COM he grfi slat Poopk -.- fire eat
    amounted I last 1
    il Muddy river-to heck with, The Plan; clear river_ George Polk, American correspondent; was murdered ) that cull tW' doctor and] get .There la. and alwiiy W 'teen; It amounted to $50.200 While" 'for the/ same period
    we'rl for the project. in Salonika, Greece, three weeks ago and to date there well think be' a ltTt'al' l mull, If. one trememlou. ruler, of, the hu. to 181,776. joII
    t a'' has been no public announcement of Fire Control Chief Owen R: Douglas laid the l leter
    Jon't well flood
    ; any strongefforts by they get thryV man race and that rtW b that this 'ill
    ilf *X t'i Go Out To Thej'.illPk'fa; ; ;I'-to be one this Government to bring his murderers to justice and can't III withing, Two-lnirdf" '() btoalloii/ pf the opinions of all the' year, was mainly" due to the upnsnallf heavjrn& .
    of the moat popular slogans in Martin County this sprinr Paul Galileo, distinguished columnist asks: "Where ''of the'fnlli in( town Il"llIIOnI at the'l the leveling up of imlvertal 1 fall. winter and early spring: 2.15''

    and gummer. The pew Stuart baseball diamond Is definitely i is the long. arm IIf UncleSam?" Inferlrng that, the day is editur all the I time either txcuuM |'whkh!' b called public/ sentiment'tens fires The record revealt that this year there., wen j
    ,a community aastt-$nd whafH you, bet that the our Government would send strong protests paPer mid lometliiug about That it the i that burned 'I4,88e'acrea Ol1t'ot fl 965,28.lo?pried' M*
    boys!build) this activity up to where' we1!I. be able to bid backed lip by our armed might in,.such-incidents, ithnq 1 they dons like at tM x>4' (rand' puliut of ever-present humanity, regulator by the Forest :. .Last year there were 2,9 *"

    u f for a minor, or major! league! lpI'dr'iuitJlt! !!' headquarters* Jf BV a shameful) $ate ,of affairs has been reached, thing .Wo about\ ,foMbt/( | ,dad{.' .r+.n.o.itas B, Bleed : fire under that PrtetUoJth.n'burnedServic 113,498- a'reI4lU\the- *.917.11,I?' 5

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    J J1c, The Undersigned: Attorney* of Martin, County GONRADlFETEDWITH Voters of Martin CountyGO

    .r:. Endorse<<;' Unqualifiedly. BACKS HOBSON TO THE POLLS FRIDAY JUNE 4 AND, VOTE FO s

    I UDGE T. FRANK HOBSONFor Qu.lificatioJunlt Stressed- -to, CivicBody Are I I DINNER ATSAUNDERSONS J. TW4 WATSONCourt _

    Re-election, To The t
    Seven Martin county attorneys I FOR + -j
    By MRS. O. D. QUIGLEY -
    following I a reported overwhelming
    Supreme Court of FloridaHe majority 0: the bar I Mr. and Mrs Jack Saunderson

    : supporting throughout T.Florida Frank are Hobson.publicly for entertained Thursday with evening a birthday at their dinner Florida Sup me Justice f i 2 ,, l 1

    the Supreme Court post which<<( home In honor of Mr and Mrs .. h
    has an outstanding record judge having will be
    as a decided at the polls
    Charles Conrad of Salerno .. .. .. .. : '
    throughout the State tomorrow, C Courageous Progr live- Independent. '
    served as County Judge of Pinellas'County, and thereafter Circuit Judge A. O Kanner, Shorei The table was In- white -

    as Circuit Judge UlVlippe d for 20 years. State Senator Evans Crary, M. and decoration blue zinnias and gift were presented used for (Political Advertisement Paid byVriends of J. Tom Watson) .:: n,
    I O Uttman and Harris Lowery
    He is now serving on the Supreme Court of Florida I spoke In behalf of Judge :Hobson Present. Robert were Saundenon Mr and Mrs.Mr.Conrad and

    his elevation 'such at an adjourned meeting of Stu- Mrs. Jack Saanderson and
    to coult he
    ,and prior to was frequent art Rotary yesterday Judge: ')
    daughter Jackie
    ly called to sit as a member 'thercfcf, having written Kanner stressed the "well- Mr and Mrs. Charles Conrad

    ,opinions in a number of important Jases.He grounded of Judge Hobson Judicial: backlround"I have decided not to build a new
    cited the "strong home but are remodeling. Plans WEEK
    is married, is the father df two daughters and tended Hobsqn br Circuit Judge I call for an office and' addition STOKER I
    C, E, Chtlllnirworth of West Palm to the cabinet shop for more
    and isa, member of thjf Baptist Church has I
    one son, Beach;" Uttman gave an new woodworking machinery as I
    father, Rev W. A. Hobson, hav g served as pastor of praisal of Hobson's ap-I he plats to do cabinet work I
    Mr.and Mrs. P. J.
    Scotten and
    tions from contact,
    the First Baptist Church of Jac onville for many years Lowery, who personal Is secretary of the I !daughters.'''Joann and Cassle SALE H
    Mj local bar association, stated Mae, left Thursday'to attend :
    :that he-Is "In receipt of word I graduation exercises of, their ,
    Judge Hobson's, judicial / cord establishes him as that a great number of Florida I,daughter, Kathryn from Emory .
    bar University School of Nursing In
    associations: have given
    ; an able and gifted jurist. Judge Hobson full endorsement." Atlanta, Accompanied by Kathryn '
    Other StUart attorneys publicly they will go to Wabash Ind, I
    supporting Hobson's candi- to visit Mr Scotten mother for 3SuleDuys .
    : We Earnestly Ur%c' That You dacy are John J. Moore, Arthur a few days. J
    R Clonts and Harry F Dyer, May Douglas left last week for
    The local members of the/legal Wellsboro Pa,; for the summer.
    profession are emphasizing Importance r Mrs. Stella Ross left last week i j
    kR of the post and Its far-, for her home in Dorchester, .
    VOTE reaching significance to' FloridaIn Mass, after two weeks here with June 3-4-5 I I l
    urging all voters to go to the her daughter, Mrs. Luther lud- ,
    polls! Judge Hobson 20 years lum, and Mr Ludlum\ !
    of service the Sunday School will begin at 10
    on circuit:\ court I"
    T. FRAN HOBS.ON bench In Plnellas and Pasco am. next Sunday and church
    JUDGE Counties, his present service on services will be at 8 In the evening
    the Sqpreme Court under appointment : Everybody U welcome Ask At j :
    \ to fill the vacancy Mr and Mrs Eddie Coolie and Bargains
    \ ON FRIDAY, JUNE h created by the retirement, ofJudge 'children,' Buddie and David, Galore I '! Store For "
    Rivers Buford.'and' prior moved to Fort Pierce last week. 4Pag.Color. ,,
    Supreme Court assignments are Mr and Mrs Austin Mulllns I
    Evans being cited by the local ,attorneys of Kobe Sound, and-Mr, and Mrs
    urary .. Bill Pendarvls were special I It! Price (C
    guests at the home of Mr and
    ': The Red Sea Is1 the saltiest Mrs H T MeUger Monday evening HURRY! s s i List i
    \ : );, :,- Michael Littmam'. part of the world' seas with a Me Frltcher was guest of
    salt content u high a 42 Misses Lotus and Bernice Drlggers -
    .' \ partsin
    ,;" -
    .\ '
    : ""\ !: a thousand i Monday .... ,,, .'. : d.
    !k. ;".':N I Harry F. Dyer Mr. and Mrs. Donoyan Smith,I t -- : -- ,
    .' \ !' : Jr., returned home recently after
    ; } ; a month In California with rela
    ;; lives I dl friends ,
    ;\ 'i'/' John J. Moore
    ; Miss Mary Redditt returned :
    ''i'' ;:,\." i' ,,
    Jf home after a few day in Mclntosh 'II
    :\ "', VOTE F DANIEL
    Harris L Jr. THE MOSt COMPLETE l!'
    ;(" : wery, > Mary Ressler returned home
    ,';" RETAIL AND WHOLESALE after spending the winter In
    New Jersey with relatives and I
    or:,:;: Arthur Clonts friends. I .
    Theodore Metzger left Wednesday -! J .
    IN THE PALM ACHES for Miami where he 'la
    :'trWpMil\ 'ttiN Mukl A/wFi4..11 t
    : the Army 'i '
    417 OKEECHOSgl ROAD /
    ,Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Kethlne/ .
    ... 1"
    PHONE 34 1 I have moved to Clinton. Ky. I ;
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    I Mrs C. A. 10hnsonh's re- I"I"I
    I (' I ;
    "t turned home from Chicago .
    where shes ,been visiting her, : !
    ,daughter,Mrs. Cook Her daughter .
    and granddaughter .accompanied ,
    I her mother home for an I

    Thanks; to All ,Mvf, 'Friends: and' Supporte I I home Indefinite Mrs.,John of Thursday stay Mr D, Stevenson and evening Mrs at entertained O.the D-I 1 I I j I

    Quigley with a birthday party)
    :Ice cream and cake'were served;
    to Mr, and Mrs O R Thompson |
    .: The manner in which I 110 $)he race for Representative i in last wk's l Mr and Mrs Michael Pesln, Mr:I II r ; : j I Ij

    bel that the people of Martin Con tare I and Mrs O,D, Qulgley and sonsJesse I
    primary gives me reason to 've and George, and Mr. and j

    behind me in my work for the fbod ot the County and City of Stun Mrs daughter John, Kathl D Stevenson and IkR, I I

    Mr and c Mrs, urge Brownlee

    .In from the Jorida Flood control stib-committe from and children Penny Freddie and 1 f .I
    a report Bette. of Hobe Sound "I Washington last week prospei 'are not good for the appropriat: n of Mr and Mrs O. D Quigley Sun Elect This Stor Your One-Stop Merchant
    day. ,
    $70,000,000 for the first pha [ of the Flood Control program i, urng, Mr and Mrs. John D Steven ill

    this session of Congress. Lasj all I was appointed a member f the son _and daughter, Kathleen,
    were dinner guests of Mr and
    Florida Flood Control Commi ee and I will serve,as many ye as ii Mrs George Brownie of'Hobe A CA' PAIGN PROMISE 'J

    necessary to push the over-all" I lood control! program through toj a completion I I Sound Mrs Sunday P O Smith Mrs Dono- '. \

    van Smith, Jr, and Mrs,O D. The elections are over. Now I am s tarting a private'campaign of my own" -, \ t ,
    Qulgley motored to West Palm I be best merchant. I know tike coffee, 4L
    s Beach Monday. am running to your very you my my i';'
    It drinks at my fountain. But' would like to know you enjoy brushing your teeth 1"
    Two I asked the pIe of Martin County to join >gether "
    years ego i '
    with; tooth paste purchased I lA my store j that you do your grooming with shavecream / :
    in full cooperation for the bett ent of our Towns and County' Today, ,lotions, and talc from el| that your baby enjoys its baths, bottles and 1 1

    I am asking you to really get berj id anything constructive andjpo your food from my store! that you soothe those tired feet and muscles with alcohol I

    best Ct t I foot balm,powder, corn pads. te-, from my store. That you relieve your headf"/ t Ii"'

    aches, upset stomachs, colds ancf-Jhat letdown feeling with my patent medicine: j t I' :t,

    remedies and vitamins for all That wife, mother, sweetheart,aunt,uncles,, I 1 .
    eek the Fishing Industry Martin
    In seines last I
    the on
    voting out .nd all your relatives enjoy the f st of gifts of perfumes, powders, stationery,.,: 1', .
    County has completed the fint'p'eol the journey into oblivion t is my '
    candy, and many many more fro A my store I
    sincere hope that by the time the I hers are; voted out that'we"\" ill have, i I'i: ,

    developed payrolls sufficient to r lace this industry. As far. ,s I am, Buy any In other words, I can furnish yl with all'your first aid needs, tonics, bridge, I w

    concerned this issue is settled .' ocr>!eaa prizes, cameras films, etc. If you si L ul d come in my store and I am out or en- 4 ;I

    sire.can r 'gaged with another customer;you be lucky indeed because you will be wait. I I

    ed on by a member of our staff wh< das so graciously: served you your good cof. I I '
    I have said many times: that J| need to lift our:heads, outw the, at regula rice.d.* 'fee, a.ndwlche..lunche..oo., and, i cream, and in case she is busy she .will' f

    'river'and look to the West Whenlfre have developed our back country' next can if only 1 centBESS gin you permission to go behind tl counter and browse for yourself. Our as- 1

    we will then be able to say that we aw upon a solid foundation ,aistanta have only one short-coming: ] Icy will always meet'you before'you get I r

    Again thanking'you for your splenBd support I am,''yours, very truly,' G1 den past the door to collect for' all tho vonderful items you have .elected. ,*'hut the I

    / ', cy ; .beautiful smiles. you get in return' offset all that i
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    .. Rospar n
    promise you if' you will elect |e as your one-stop merchant: I will do all
    \ within my power to hare everyth you want. If,I don't have it, I will do all '

    MARVIN; H. ROWELl: j A.ai 1.a.r.d1 ,l.r,stout iert.a fM,1.ass'd.n. within my-power to get it for you. Elect mess your favorite merchant and make I I '
    Asset t held ii.. Wa1M1.tad us happy. r, ,
    ar+..i.11.g. Drlswldae '
    Owner-Manlker high C'I' I
    sh a M.dssp.
    .. Get ,s slh erldl ,
    ... 5i'Old, s.e +s all?. ; ...:- RALPH DANIEL" i iA
    SW y lad., ;. ,
    \ : .
    ROWELL C01iI '
    HW. CO., j I''

    I Wfen. rukliV a.I'iM" P.B.-:: ou'll: find lots of gifts for the Graduates and! fop f FatherVDay
    NI M lie
    BOX1 W STUAKT FIX on :cur shelves now. Why not come in and make your selection i s

    while the stock is complete R.D, ,

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    PACE SIX y"' "'''''", '_._1 '
    'I' ;FLORIDA SVUti 1 1941PACE "
    1 1Y1 _. 1 1 J ;

    1 1i Indian Rifer DrideCELEBRATION Sell tdaASfl Cdrdoft; / Bttlrtl t I1Q( Wa made acting: military In Jenten Beach Of,the"Chaflrt Gays. stopped- at' Mr. and Mrs y '
    Q,1 aI George "We'emi are tttttrig an error of ah area nctt lTt: the l tddr ids< did<< week *lid orr bid l.ft1111 and Itl1lfll
    : St. Lucie Bar & Grill CHARLOTTE HEWER. Columbia ,S. C,I well of
    ill-time record for receipts that Austria during tM war, wa By their way to. I' hOOket 1IPIe
    : will) to Into the up-building of graduated from Yale in February where they will make their tsar the week end
    1/1/ ;, "Stuart's Favorite Taproom"A C this center. and 1 lion, .oonrftr.ted with a ,Mrs L. IT McElfresh Mil tons home '
    few bottle I k-ft of theM bargain cloie-ouUi publishing\ cowpany' NW York Jack and Jerry' and Arthur Henry a* -

    I:' I I 'f Glen Argyle (Scotch Typf) 5th $1.95 Arriving In Walton Monday tHy, Jr, motored to accompanied Miami Sunday -

    I Imported Spanish Sfierry .W 5th 1.95 OF U.S.I.1 1 JOB evening.were Miss Katherine rusty Spending toe week end haWalton \home' by They Mr. McEltresn were who has
    Imported Portugal' Port ,| 5th 1.95 and her trance. Fred Maddox I as guests of his parent been 11the\ Veteran Hospital tOt YOUR '
    Old Plaid (Scotch Type])j I .5th 2.95 ot Jacksonville' from the University Mrs. Ruben T Tohruton: there for treatment. He to at ;
    IS SCHEDULEDBy M' Gainesville were Mr. and Mr Arthur Joh\ is-, CON
    Cat Lot -l u VENIEN
    CUD Sherry $18.W) Port $1500 are student Mlw ,'lth4lt'PJutht'1 ton of Orlando. his home her* ;

    ATV "Pete" / "Bob" ter of Mr, and Mrs:E. R. Erusey. Miss Hester lade? returned to Mr and Mrs Cart Fischer and and
    , 1 1I 121 So. Dixie: Hwy / Phone 9133 MRS A1VA C. Ron will be s bridesmaid l<< at the marriage her !home\ In Charlottesvllle, Va., her mother Mr. M. J. Smith., EFFICIENT,
    j by her brother John Saturday after a number of days 'who have been guests ot Mr and .'
    Ad Tort Pierre Cliarnber\ Of Conv Done!:) Es)set of Mfc Idoma VMI with bar cousin. Mrs. Mm Mr*. W. C.Johnson, left Mat 39 : SERVICE '
    pan } weft\ President Douglas Silver Jewel Vfonroe In Vero Beach file Taylor' Palm Of Eldred !h laa announced appointment Sunday Mr. Maddox wW be an day vtiltor In this home were' Mr. and Mrs Lester Maurice
    Withefacfflt\ ot a committee, Comirtsaloner -'I usher the MIMes Anxeltne and Mildred announce, the birth of a daughter 2 Locations
    d RETURN Justi e T.. Frank HOBSONTo Lane Jennings of the A It k 0 n Dinner-Bridge Wllletof Palm Bfeaeh!! These Cynthia Louise at Martin ,
    lbly 1 !', ,, Walton:\ Rpp D. H.: Saunders, Wli Club was eAtertthvd at the home girls are former residents of Jen-' County Hospital May 95
    1 I Boyd M. A Ramsey and com of MIss Loretta Gifford In Walton ten Beach. :Miss Nancy dasser, who'' ha
    '- t The tntssloner }. W. Sneed of Fort: Monday etenrng Members: Coming! up Sunday to spend been attending Stephen College Phone &&7 Phone 915
    Pierce to make plan for uslndlarl the day with Mm. Taylor were In Columbia, MOo, returned home
    attending were -Mr., and Mrs.Liattef
    SUPREMECOURT r vex Rlver-St, Lucie CountyCelebration : j Ooehran' !, Mrs. J. A Oat-] Mist/ Bertha Neal HouMman! and Saturday to spend the summer (Bu. Station (Pure Oil Stalioi, )
    to commemorate the Itn, Hiram Daniels! and Madison MIllS Augusta Brown from Home- with her parent, Mr and Mrs. .
    I rebuilding and reopening of U. I Week. Substituting were Mrs stead Miss Houseman was formerly Walter Gamer IDEA) 'TAXI SERVICEFlowefs '
    I 8 1. This stretch of road through W t. Ande:-son and Mrs, A, N. Home Demonstrator for St. Mr. and, Mr. Lewis Gamble
    J3L r I tht'two, counties ha been wid.//1 Oltlord tutJa Comity. !else! late occupied! motoerd to Sarasota Friday to
    Clued and rebuilt and much \of Itt the tame position In Palm Beach '
    home their daughter
    j Miss Loretta Ottlord of Walton bring
    3 constructed along a new right of County She' now ts/ on the teachIng :
    and Mrs J. A Gatrin!! Madison Verna, who has been attending
    way staff of the. Homestead Art School. She Will from a Dinner Guest
    Vote, For This The Vero Beach and Martin Weeks and Hiram Daniel of El schools as Is Vflwi Brown' Plngllng
    f dred have from spend the summer here
    returned\ a
    ABLE JURIST County 'Chambers! of Commerce house party at the home of Mr. Mr and MM C O toley who Blount Gideon )ha returned
    this State Road Department and down on their :yacht, Wtnma..r /Thank You" ffifeH.
    I + I IIl It I other State officials will be ask Don Campbell Daytona Beach from Wetilon Conn., home/ from Stetson!: University to say,
    ed last week. Mr*. Campbell who sperKllnff A port of the season spend the summer With his par .,. .. *I Ie ? VBIRD'S
    to In
    June 4th loin celebration Oatllns H. .w.t.dawlfr f/& \ J J
    the Is
    visit here .
    leavingfor ,
    ents, Mr and t Mrs SeymourGideon '
    bad th I
    cruising In # Fort Pierce a. Ih ob
    bate [ W. t.ghe ra.
    for this observance will I i
    I Michigan this week, ..
    be published later Yacht basin, hbve jmrrhaSed the s. n..twl p.dhl..r trills n.
    IP.le I ; rose,.)Ads.rhu.. I __._. After spending' the season at Ethel and Emma Clark grove Mr. and t Mrs Donald Gideon e a.e airs., C... h e k.eu.Itd .
    er WA1TON-fDEN: CUB PARTY their home on the Drive, Mr. and horn!! in Eldred to'make it and baby of Memphis arrivedMonday lkl e. h.l. w t o. row +
    -- Milt Mrs!: H. Clay Miner left last ,their permanent home to spend the summer
    .I Gayest of the endoftheyrtnnth week for their northern residence Mr, and MM H T Etmef ,of with, his mother, Mrs Clara I
    I parties of the Walton at Old Oretnwlch,' Conn. Eldred left Tuesday 'morning on I Gideon. I -
    \ I I Eden Property Owners'; Club wasFriday Harry Jennings, son ot Mr I motor trip to Texai Bnroute Mr, and Mrs. AIl Kendall. I ., .
    \i I night when a large gathering I of Walton they will stop Hammond. who
    'su MER and Mrs Lane Jennings La. and ,daughter. Maureen
    of members and \their I and .a student at Flortcla for a vWt< with Mr* W H Brent I have been 'visiting Reading.\ .j FkOWERSa'
    I friend had a cohered dish supper whom, they' have .
    State University will arrive I wet on het Pa. are expected home the last
    and mnr: in Walton!I I home tomorrow. Jennings will numerous Visits to her sister, of this week:. ', 1
    I Community These par I be one of the usher at the Mon-J Mrs J. A. Oatlln Monday eve1Ring j Mr. T R. Helller Mary Ann hotel
    tits t rider\ the sponsorship of the lioe-Ensey weddlrg Sunday at the Don Romaneltos hd a J Helller and Miss/ Charlotte Hell,1 NewfBurston
    't'nterl.limnpnt committee, Mrs the First Methodist, Church, small going-away sift party foe let spent Monday In Fort Pierce Phone
    Charles Mwhle, Mrs. Leicester' I them I &Sf Fort Pim, rTiTwwsmmitMr
    !Vero Beach Mrs C H Alderman was host
    I' lunar, ; ',11". Qua De MRjOIII-1! Miss/ Patricia Hardwlck,daughter Gblng l to Miarbl) June 15 to assist 'en to her bridge club at her
    rlw k Mr> R H .Escott of Mr and Mrs! Sam W In opening Ca.mj.Keystone new home on River Drive, Three
    t I I Hardwick: a junior at Barnard June a at Tampa Bay will be tables were In play and prlr-s:
    : I ; t PreInventoy/ Specials75c I PECIALt3Tc I II College, N. Y, arrived home In I Mhi Betty Lou Taclwro. daugh- were won by Mr. Vorts, Mrs. Ot9'sesuf SILLY
    :, .; .,....ar.t I Ankona lest week' After a short I try of Mr and Mrs' Dale Jackson, Adolph Hertel 'and Miss Georgia ?
    1,. ,t Ply,.. Hell stay she and her mother will who will be one I of the oeifncllorsIn I Turner Others\ playing were \/ t- \ /m sou, '
    a,,.., I rte.., ter visit her grandmother" Mrs R. ramp' Heads of this camp for I Mr). Seymour Gideon, Mrs No More So Than &
    MILK MAG SIA 49c I f I prxll L Pnaraa, C Hardwtek In Owensboro, Ky I girls arc Miss VirXlr. Lewis\ of Lewis Gamble, Mr. R. 8 Robertson + Rulq
    !Her brother, Robert C.. who, Miami and Mba bottle B, Mrs. Betty Alderman Your New Home
    98c MINERAL 0, L .. 69c received... the Bronze_Star andimiiiiiiuiiMiiimiHmriiiiiiMiiitmimnimiriiiiitiiiiiiiiiHj hlnnl, l Tampa recent) oaa.-j Mra. Laura Howard, Mra, A.,E. j BI;*i

    75c BAY RUM *1 '" 49c IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I ,. I, !I the Mils Drive Jackson and former at her classmates home on Emerson Charles Mrs GayMELALEICA E.. J ward ndMrt Inadequate or.{

    t tal 100 ASPIRIN TA LETS .............., .....19c I at Woman College, Tallahassee : tau.t Unsafe Wiring

    ,.$1.25 Absorbine, Jr. .n. .......:..,.... .. n. 89c: i-iECKER'S" 1 /a tin1)M DurIng party their at visit Driftwood! there :Hotel *a*- Misses Roberta LODGE and Lucille,

    3 t J, Vero Brash.Sunday with Mr I. Clark and Norma Peabody returned SEE US .
    ,. North of Stuart U. S. 1 =
    ilea on
    r and Mrs. Charles Perketto Greenwich FOR
    tt. EXTRA SPECIAL Johl to \their home In GUARANTEED
    Ing the party. Conn after a three-week WIRING
    DELI Mr. and Mrs Edward PecVellj sojourn at the Lodge.
    $1.00 Cara Nome ere\ms 3 for ..$2.00
    of Eden have closed! their Winter Mr and Mrs. Ed Fitch friends
    $100 Lord Carlton SuV Burn Lotion 79c I 'ILL REOPEN SATURDAY, JUNE S |r home and are returning ti!> New' i

    ,41 $1.00 Old South Toile Water Hotfoogj Hamblrgert P Sandwiches SCnd York this '//$fk. KILL ATHLETES FOOT :
    89c Mr. and Mrs. "TE-OL BEST SELLER-
    Drink Cdfrfee Milk Shake Lane JclMilne\
    $1.00 Chevy Chase Toifct Water 79c ol Walton t are spcndlrig vacar SAYS STUART DRUG CO. _
    $1.00 Mavis ?c OPEN 8 A/1.T011( P. M. | lion i I at Coronado Bach I. ,I Htll' "H1I rAves,,Th. ,.... u.... I
    Dusting .
    Ponder .69c: Oe. r. .tr 4' KILL I l
    Mr. and Mrs Critttniterj!,. .I" a.TL'A,1. {
    lunette ttIRnnnnunnhuRI dununnnunnuhhununuhltnhnhhuil !. ......, ..1 ....h...
    BrotscU former> residents F'1 I P"NKTRATIIIL'II_ '. ......
    STAR DOUBLE-ED .4 BLADES Walton from Fort Pierre. ... :':::':'i:'.ear 0.r Nulls.m-de.: 4 It.. J\\ :
    victors of Mr:,aid Mrs E. R.En.iey ,
    I II I" ----- -
    2 25c Package and Sunday m the afternoon! I IJ
    F GATE //nd GREENLEES I J Mr .and Mrs. Eas y ,and their
    25c Tube Listerine Sha ng Cream son Doual l; 'Were! dinner guest

    49C' GINEERI G AND SURVEYING o Veto{ Mr.Beijch and, Mr Others. Byron attending Rice in

    ., I Registered Er r. Registered: Surveyors the dinner were Ensey'* fiance, iPijjCKE[]
    Wilts Idonn Monroe and her
    \ $1.20 Jem, Hair Tonic nd Oil, Fla. Cert. 1 8 Ma Cert. 132 and 665Stuart. mother. Mr*. Faye Bllllngton.

    ,>0. both k Muse JefcJe Miller ot Braden-I
    j 7 750c >3 E. -4th St. Fla. ton Is In Eden for a two-week I
    f visit with her /sister, Mr. Barbara I
    PHONE 311GUFTS Person, *hu( U ill
    Silque Hair To ic and :.., i '

    Silque Shamboth
    -- OME

    for 9C Col Willis R. Teale. district en.
    Sheer of Jacksonville; announced -
    today that, he has -receivedI
    $1.19Nylon Hal
    I i authority to sell sbtsurplu Army .
    .. nnc \ FOR chapel buildings located at Camp I!:
    I f I! \Standing I
    1 The rhapuls .tlf. standard!!
    \ GRADUATIONDiamonds Army type. regional size, approxImately 6 J
    \ CLOSE OU 5 31 b* 98 ft., of frame
    construction! .and are complete ,
    STRAW HATS : with furnace and pews, but do .
    .89 I Ii
    I'S Watches Watch Bands not have 'any church organ
    J The Invitation for appB:atlons
    'Only Bc Parker Pen & Pen i it Sets. Ornamental and form of application may be 'A' &iD
    obtained' ai office of the Corpsof

    :, ,,, ELECTRIC f \NS Jewelr an4 mlny other gift ideas.. Jacksonville Engineer.,. 675 Such Riverside application jive* 1 +Iif ,

    Efc I for the purchase of one or more
    'SU of these chapel will be received
    Come in and let I* help elect your f ift. .
    up to 10 jn June 24 In the'

    I WATER JL S Our atocl i* up-to-date Cfflce: of the district engineer,
    Applications may be submitted
    $$3.39SEE Die OurLay Away Plan for one or any number of chap
    { eta Consideration will be given
    L //M first to their use M a shrine: :, 6r IIY11 I f I11 i11/ i'I IIII/,/ ,, IJ ell n 1 1I 1i
    memorial, and second to their;
    US FO1 I .P* use as a denominational houseof i

    GRADUATIONSTUuiri GIFTS worship Colonel Tealetsald\
    that( favorable consideration f
    would be given to bid for any I d

    nan Stuaru Jewelers. pne chapel the. amQunt of $900or
    J nDjP4;) l ifioreFIHC1E. .n.- ..., e r

    PHONE 11 I New ArBiur Dehon Building GIVEN BY WATSON'Tallahassee a ,
    I 269 Oweola Are f Stuart, Fla. I
    In an
    II g -- opinion
    1 1I ,
    I ---- ------- j rendered r>* Attorney Oeneral J.
    Tom Watson tj the director of
    I I TMI; public/: _safety Watson stated
    i that half-track truck with\ the
    I ; half-track mounted on solid
    Ak'1 HANKS rubber cleat were classified a*
    vehicles equipped with solid
    tire. Watson also pointed out
    9 9I
    1 that the tnaxlmum, load permitted i I ..1.1l'
    It is a .pie ure to express to my fellow citizens of Precinct to be hauled over: the highways ,-
    by vehicle equipped with ,
    5 ,my gratitu for their loyal and intelligent upport in op solid tire or solid robber cleat.
    with or without\ a Florida maintenance .
    tf posing the pr *ed HOBE SOUNDZONING, (ISTRICT.I tag wa 1,000 Ib*. Including e
    I I 1 the height of the ve

    .thank eacl nd every one of my friends and eighbors forth hlel,.

    cooperatio r BOOKS TO BE REOPENED
    County reglat.r"tlotlboo" win
    f be reopened Aug. a for two ;,i ilon'n

    I In I rilliam H. King month prior to the November UMDI ) .
    t : : : general .elections' .'Re,Litrar Mr.. AYlaoytiSOf 'M cou.CO A COM'Aar .t
    n r J. P, Blakesle announced this PALM BEACH, q6cA.COLA COMP1ye
    week, CloslnHlat* will lie early BOTTLING.
    .1 October 1t4l.'C-C-



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    I Brat / Ton Watson hag advised Hobe Sound News 1 1AREAlONING Attorney !Tans crary who KEY WEST SPEAKER TREASURIES SHOW GAINS MOORE H ACCEPTED.' .filing et monthly comnhtte/te* I ,i '
    lhesate Vpon marriage Tbi change of ones\ name by plained the Issue After ex-I AS NEW KIWAMAN ports In which category the-*tuh' > \ (j
    : take' her husband I marriage- will not Invalidate officIal discussion a vote was called r-w -nffumaK frt, but otherwise her name action taken by a county the Issue was voted out by jt immMi off financially lilt year thanIt Cecil<<: W. Moore recent copurchaser far. There were six- guests an': ,
    t changed. Attorney!. Gen' official large majority crary also announced WM In 1943 judging from, ag- of Barats Dairy 78 per cent attendance : .I'f;! 1 i', I! I
    .:' gregate balance in State treaj- ber"i ;
    ----- ''' that several buildingson taken In as a new t le' t
    the east aide of U.& I that urlet for general, highway and the Stuart KlKanU Club at Its During the Ice ages the a* rage : f I! k
    Se. u. rol' PROPOSITIONIS Here to have been moved back postwar-resente purposes, according ml't1J11at/: the Woman Club ( thickness: of Ice over mUclT ;I t .
    to C. ,
    ALES Parker Personsregional
    several will be given wprlC I
    years ago Friday noon. o/ the northern part of the
    30-day notice to do so within the director of the D S, J Department ; The program was devoted to wag 10,000 feet I \
    + Repairs and REJECTED next 10 days of Commerce -- --- i I'j, .._,
    I ; tart :Mr and Mrs Harry Pullman MALONE IS SPEAKER :
    sod daughter Nancy Sue, have
    .. By MARIE, BRODRICK retorted from to Arkansas Gainesville, ,
    RVICEARNOLD ... a trip June $ Or Dumas
    VER where they visited with relatives -; Malone, one of the nation : r
    Many residents'" of the community MAs Oienda Oarrard ofOreenway outstanding historian and pub- ,1, :d ,
    Boulevard -Pho... 142-W met at the school house Ark? Mrs Pullmanssuiter I lice speakers has accepter an ': ;(. ;,
    Lucia Monday evening to discuss and returned with them for invitation to address the University : t'
    vote on the proposed zoning Issue ,an extended visit.. 1 of Florldai more than r 1' : ,,:
    This was to affect property Mrs. Barfl Kl of Panama City 600 graduated here at commencement ,, ,
    west of the waterway to the Old I who.'has been visiting with her I 1 exercises Monday COURTEOUS SERVH . ., ;' I ,
    I '
    41I Dixie and from the,Bridge Road daughter and son-tn-law, Mr I
    :. ANN GE south to the Colgate property and.Mrs. Clyde Anynons of Hobe Capeskln in named after Car ases, VENIENTLY'LOCATED : '
    County Commissioner Arthur Sound, left Monday for Town South ,Africa and II I a S. Joe Brool, 'j' 'j ti tir 1'1 1'12n4
    leather, obtained from,, .
    PAGHETTIepar.d I Sims turned the meeting over to Qa to attend the COrdele'l' small') I ,
    her nephew a OI lOYAL FR1SBIEpicdlcUtit African sheep, ) "
    faa been .
    returned from
    overseas. '
    With Tomato, 1 rirbie. uflliePresji
    florid1\ : J ,
    ''d I \_ : Sauc and Cheei opyDOae I children Mr and left Mrs. John for Connecticut Ortega and AismiulHiii>> ,' will be among !, 1"

    1bs/e-or, last week They will return In Skive! *Wnlwl to aililresg| the I 1
    For Rri. & Sat.JUtfE j
    23f ,September Florida Publicity and PublkKilutioni j
    Anthony Specials I'"
    cans. 1r The losing teams from the: A-swiclution during Its 4.5 "; I
    .. scavenger hunt May 24 by' the hI i iI
    ---- three-d+ty, onYt'utioQ; ( lit KeyWest I P
    young peoples' society treated
    tawrN.cry't, C nplete Line of Birds Eye Froz Food "
    wu.lvnuc+ ANN PACE Y'The the winning side to watermelon -), Just 8-8 frwbw!: will speak, I I

    &p Quality Feed i .Chocolate "Sparkle" party Wednesday\ at the on preen I't'actilln'to puMiUty -. .,
    w CALL DONS' l2' .ee home of Jim and Pat HutchJn- GROCERY M :KET
    ECO Omicalb PricecJ\- Ice Cream Mix son ; releaeu; << '
    .1 sod LID b .sdot M ew sod
    --- 5 25c w N lest Itn +ny Masse T, t Cory of the Hobe Sound ,FACTORY P ED HERMAN RANGE BAND
    I Hhd,eel .Post Office has left on a two- FUNDS ArCEPTABLt .
    "SCRATCHU Delicu'-; N deae x 'O week vacation In Indiana and lOR SAMTAKV SURVEY; SUGAR : 3c mm ,Ib. 4ic I
    | I 1.47 100 Iba 5.73 Ohio. While away, Cory will attend .
    \ nappy Rich Idl tiF the 60th anniversary of his TallahasseeAttorney General > SUPER LEAN. EATY, j
    !fco Crowing CalumetClub nit college Class at Crawfordsvllle, J Tom Watson had advised I ,
    I i MASH Cheese .ass.Ma Ind brothers. lend of: visit Delta! with Tau fraternity Delta Dr William T. Sowder, State SUDS u. 3; c- SPARE E RIBS, 49c / I
    Ib.1./7 t001ba73. health officer{ that the State
    '-' ..61c1N 1 Xr i Mr, and Mrs J. B, Sanders and RED TAG CENTER CUT PORKPRUNES :
    'haying; 1 [two. daughters, Doris And Mary, Board of Health could accept a : j
    '-'- -- .
    MASH PACE 1 SAIL ZINC I of Homestead were the week-end grant of funds from a private I2"Richland 1 c CHIPS 69c
    Ibs. t.47 100 II... 5.73 CAPS end guests of M;. and :Mrs. A. H. company to be used to make a ,.
    [J Mayonnaise'f Iabbil liege''skein asiw4d I Mullens Present for the Saturday unitary survey. Watson stated Cream Style SLIClDmm t ,

    lI l 'DAIRY' FEED ,: t.. 45c Qt.. 85c w Th.y tFed0i nsI say Msiee w a+ Iura ;I Mr. night and outdoor Mrs Bill barbecue Mbody were and that there was possibility that CORN 2 sec I i

    i% 100 Iks.. 4.43 iltalla 1" Smut ,(laughter. and Mr Moodys the COUrts might! hold such a a ne c lb. : :
    Selected b mother of Tallahassee, Mr. and grant not authorized by a limited "
    7..I. lOOJbaj, 4.6!! :urge 'wn Mrs Jehn Betts and daughter I construction of the statutesbut
    sly 900/. ':' Olives uusas J et f West Palm Bearn and 'Mr I pointed I out that the grant ANTHONY ECONOY MARKET
    HORSE FEED slid Mrs. Reno'Callahan.and son eat b) take effect after the 1949 r
    W Ibi. 5.5S !Yz-oz..iar. 37c tp"' ,Ot Hobe SoundThomas I Legislature convened and that 300 SO. AKRON AVEf STUART, FLA. i
    : t" ; Brodrick. returned GROCERY
    TMln the legislation could be enactedto FRIENDLY :MI-SELF SERVICE AND MARKET
    Wednesday from a business trip authorize acceptance of thus P/ONE J 143 FOR FREE DEL ERY
    ne Parker Dcliciou A & P 1 to Charleston, 8. 0. a
    COFFEESNone I Miss Jane Linn of Miami Is dl
    --- --
    te Filled Sox. vliltlng with her parents, theSERVING '
    Better i in any NO TRANSIT PFRMIT
    offee Cake' ..25c j jne I package, at any'price I NECESSARY KUM SliD -

    Parker ---- Mb.8 bag O'Clo7k,40c I I MARTIN, COUNTY : ; TallahasseePersona basses, */xicab. and operating othAr! : df

    vtbiclca! the purpose ,
    lot of leansoporting
    I It Nut 5.0 3-lb. bag 1.15 1 t WITH A, : passengers within the r I
    of fee Cake 25 "Red Circles J Complete Dairy Linen limit of a municipality cannot e e + :U''t
    be required\ to procure a permit t! 4s e l ll
    --- 2 lb. bags 85c 1 Deliveries In Je>*e.. flora the State Road Department i s
    j !
    Parker S ,
    rat v. Beach Tu z 4
    "'-- '- on *>daye> Attorney General J Tom'
    tared or Cinnamon BokarMb J Thursdays and Saturday. Watson ruled In aa opinion to
    bag:' ..45c the SRD. Watson pointed out I
    onsets,. doz. .I8ci! that persons advertising on vehicles camel
    .3..lb.. bak.i.29 II # GRADE A jjjjjjf must have a license but:

    SELECT A &; P RDEN FRESH PASTEURIZED MILK'HOMOGENIZED that administered the lioteruw by provided the ERDi was not' CIGAR TTES (canto* $1.69_ j I IJUICE
    ---- -- t

    ALSO FROZEN AN. DRIED FOODS.-- I VITAMIN D MILK Rev, and Ur$. Alexander LInn. 4 ::2 25c Nona'e 29c
    q.Maid. Seeded roan The Young People Society j ,
    I COFFEE CREAM held their meeting Monday evening ; j
    aisins, l5-oz..i9c. : ;r. roes, 6,for_ .__.14c_ at the Community Hall OMSTOCK SLICED pf RATH BLA HAWK LUNCHEON I { II

    q.Maid. Seedless' neap All Purpose t WHIPPING CREAM Mrs Robert Andrew Hurst Lester presided were, Mr elected and APPLES r" \ 17c MEAT I 49c :

    aitinst .1 Gc pies, '2 Ibs. ...29c SOUR CREAM senior counselors It waa decided I ''r.\
    .- 'f' COTTAGE CHEESE I to have a contest and offera GELATIN DESSERT;All Pfevors SUN-MAI IRAISII \
    .a I ea Top 21Z Ie. u.nines prize to the one entering the
    2 Ibs.uthern .3j : Os" ...29c j J BUTTER AND EGGS best name for the club AttendIng JELLO 2 llSc m5c : !
    with the young people were *,. pkg. j :
    '" ,
    Daries g* Spanish Mrs Lacy Orifln Mrs Arthur

    eCream,1 Ipt.. 29c I ions, 2 Ibs. ....23c FROM OUR YOURFAVORITE TRUCKSOR l Brodrick There will and be Mr a spaghetti Conine sup QUICK-MIXING SHORTENINGSNOWDRIFT

    IFORIVIA Will} E BA Ils-" GROCER 1 per tonight at the Community ((3 }b"f|can) $1.29 J Li; i I
    Hall given J ay the Women So- _. _.
    OTATOES 5 sABISCO" 36r BA T'S DAIRY ciety of the church proceedswill ROYAL SCARLET U.S No: WHITE ,J
    I... .. be \used to send the children i
    "" ---- .+- the' and senior Sunday '
    to Junior
    49c POTATOES 10jw49c
    School convention, June 21-28 atSorrento. ib. 'I, 'I
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    JPER-RIGHT TEA f 27C ONIONS Ibs. ... ...: \ I; r ,

    'PER'RIGHT- I i TWA'VERY WELL/ POTATOES_ 47C -S U Ci A R ((5 Ibs.). 39? It j ', : ;

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    IB/ STEAK 79c se"I( YELLOW 3 lbe. Iy t '" -- -- SPECIAL. PREMIUM OFFER! I :
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    --- -'... 21C SWEETHEART TOILET i i' i
    OSTON ; 2 Igf bars 19c SOAP BY har. 29c i I I INT
    BUTT 54c 4, : ",, = &&I" for
    With the RIBS, SMOKED '
    : Then send w ppers with letter why you '

    ''lOKEDTEjF own4wiiw.a r. BACON I*. 47C DASrlDOCfOOD29c like and Swecth get |rt nay Seep back tq Box plus 819 postage, N. Y.I 8, I If .1'I

    TONGUE I 5'7cNNYFIEL'D Assorted BOSTON BTiTTS, I lb. .. .J43c : k
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    ... COLD CUTS 1 11. ....___...._..4SC PORlrSrEAKs, lho ........4Sc f SUPERI R QUALITY WESTEjtN MEATS i I :

    UCEO BACON 75crah New York DressedSTEWING Joan of Art" 1-1 cans BREAKFAST SWIFTS 1 MIUMAABEEFSIRLOIN 'j ;t't

    b. --HE1S.- lb. .w..49c. PORK and I BEANS,,...._........33c STEAI 79c t g1
    .... 2l2osplc Aageku- Armour'a'Star; '"Vl 3 No. 2 cans Kerns Straiavd BACONJEi i 59c lb. .. q

    ;.. .23: Marshmallows .15c<< TOMATO JUIfe( ...".w.. ....29c BABY FOOD, 6 'jar ............5Oc lOCALTRESH KILLED '. STAND' RIB "' f I f' : .

    8 j7 -- 3 Ib. can White House Apple. t Pressed and Drawn ''
    r-arxo, oz. .lgate'a Ootagon CRISCO SPR1 ...............$1.25 31:51'llavf. ROA! 69c
    knaul$trameel 21 r ap Ige bar .8c or BUTTER 28-oa. jar ...........:.16c CHICKENSSWIFTS 59c 'Ib-.. .. '-. t.

    I IDY Food-----.:..:...:::..1gC_<; r4..pk' }---'--- OXYDOU., .. 31c DRAFT pkg.. .. .. 29c PREMIUM -=- I. or' Hall FRESH LOPPED i

    ''Of Beef.... .49c per Sidra-...33c-- ROYALSCARLET B & M GOLDEN BAtff'M---- HAM li""k. 3c BEE l. 39c ,
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    lib. rang bath uz& 13c COFFEE 8c CORN 2 sass'29c ... -----
    Food 27c _S : I..., '. ... --- ---- .
    r \I-; TIiia: Cash -r. 'Bouquet TOKELEY'Sl -- GEORGIA --' ALL POPULAR BRANDS OF OL Ib. .............. ,. 37c i

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    r"I PAGE CUD ,:'. t tI I ;: ciossio l lf m mil PHONE 300 For 1M Fill Experiments the BagJor in Precision Pruitt 'n Fishin'Flagg o|Jacksonville farm,fKODUOf position produce In MARKETING June was the I again marketing. FloeIda' 'recognized lsrw I NOTES' oIC h kwtk evTrv0o0,OU.' 01.) ?MAr' as yLEGAL {Ito i

    ATV Ad-Taker Experiments tor three' weeks In'Precision no bail hits. we move out of by Produce t the National Market Managers Association : l.a-c'i.rrtri, ::',:. .t'..rt-.nte\ \ + r1g 4,

    ___ FUhlng" by Cap'nFlagg tIt smoke a clgarett In session during the past rtortta. fanes
    Ad' ; 1,' IldpnhunmullnnuuillltuullulllmFOR guest reporter for the use another fly We do It In Cleveland when William .. .! = .i.IIp.!: !r.lkly. : ,
    spanPalm { I IWltbi ::: OPENINGS HOLD LEVEL BY-LAWS STUDY ORDERED News last winter, and Burt Pru- the fame 'each time week Florida .
    RATES: So PER WORD ORDIN. SALE director of .
    f Tallahassee. June 3. Job Itt, have revealed Interesting and when w.ke a bass we L. Wilson .. 'k'T. Lulm
    I ART, MINIMUM/ Sec FOR IT opportunities Price French David Marshalland made honorary ...... :Oeoclq
    L IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII3'Hollywood for young people entering 'slants{ on why bass take lures move toward the middle of the State Markets, was ,..ro. .... ..1 I .,..'.. .'. ..:
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    WORDS r"e nit WORD CAP Mlchaelsqn were namedby for llfe-and a member
    : FOR .u Box the labor market for thU sometimes and at others sulk stream and let the fish hang president .
    faclUiMbly! TALS. MINIMUM Mo FOR IT the Chamber of Commerce of the board of directors bat .t ash w t.ANI :
    Mat- season are about the last like motor with himself. 'Often we have eight\ 5 rr
    t ;{ WORDS VIlllllllllllllllllllllllSllllllllllllf 8p lC Beds, innerspring harness a car fouled Williams of the t .L n ro.t,lt. c
    Ires. ilrer, 1 chest of yeaf according to Carl B. Smith director Monday night to study plugs even though the old fishing or nine\ Jumps Many-ball release Manager M. K Nnlwlau.a_ 10
    'j'jI 'jI l ,Mil? drawers, ft1 ljt table Rex chairman of the Florida Industrial the bylawsand wake such revisions calendar, weather' and water themselves. but always the Fort Pierce State\ Farmers' Mar. A of lIaftI"a 0e4 w. .....14500i& '

    I d APARTMENTS FOR, RENT lIotel., May UJf Communion Job openings conditions Indicate limit catches bass has! a chance and always ket reports the closing of that .n w dh"b.law .0riww" OtIC ..

    I 1 IIIUimilllllllllllllUllllllimiMlllimillSTUAJtT IIuIuI/I.UIIIIIIII1111iiIi, .,IIIIIuIIi, [registered with the Florida State as may seem necessary 1 should result, tie goes back Into the ,stream market t the past week with t -4.

    Employment Service totaled approximately -: Ernest Lyons Kenneth SUmmell The Cap'n, who was scheduled We.v. taken the same bass several I volume for the week of 24740 ALesxr

    --I NOTICES I 3,200 unfilled at the' and Ronald Cross were appointed to open the fishing season on his times. 'I crates of tomatoes. Prices ranged Pub. : i.. .1 1O II. ," A"/:/:'
    : ; iiiiimmiiiiiiiriiiimiiiiiiUiiimiiiiiiSENSATIONAL! / end of April In comparison with U nominate new directors for own trout strewn In northern "Pick-pocketing' for bass Is from $1 to K.10 and: brought a -- .C tin

    VKllE! I the 4.500 remaining unfilled dur- Jensen Beach. Indlantown and Wisconsin, has stayed right herewith logical The leas noise. the better:I gross total ef $7905963. "The : L ADYFJITIeeIRTICL ,

    Psi t LYRIC TIiEATRE THRSDAY ing the same month last year. Stuart. his four-ounce' fly rods, bass ( I growers in this area have enjoyed -: To CONTAArie'r
    tu e f' (! ONLY. ISc SA I : your havetelIttlhang sympathy exceptionally I .
    3 ,,I, 1 I flies and dinky spinners workingthe While I an pe1d.: o tel 0'1''
    j '' I UY OM ADULT fl 'to,II"" -ace R9, p ,913'. WIVES ANPuMOTHERS OF DRINKING MEN North Fork of the'St. Lucie for gang hooks, Ins noticed time ton, prices DEPARTMENT

    1 I ', f!; PJ' [ 1" fit THEN\ GET PRlCF.snF SOc ADULT AND River three or four times a week and again that when a plug or I yield have been above average, : t.ll.to"ill.'' -,,ti I,

    f l TICKET: FOR ASifIER I ALCOHOLISMSueMHfully (for short periods, from four heavy bait lands in a hole Its(\ I. state Williams__ |i .Ik
    In the afternoon to sundown
    .._ .. difficult to be accurate In plug
    / TraaferWMtJ' Walt Of .HeglMlia.tlla "MAINTtNANC'
    ."'!"'!!" ........ June 3 WHITE CRO a OSPITAL, "It's the grandest bass fishing casting I, a bass will scamper for : KANNER CRANTS 0A0Aaa !

    I I AT NTIC COURT U E W A aD';,/For Information' Writs' Poe !I.t_ ..oo200 I've ever had, on aa beautiful cover! Just' as person might MOTION TO QUASH no,, ,_/ atd..in..gwbfW... 1 t.nl.da

    I I A ARTMENTS leading tole arrest of 'perng < Control .4....... Pk. J.1 m 1 Si .-*.iiri. He stream aa I've ever seen Why run for shelter If the second I. AN.ISTo' "ikfTiTk' ,

    sans letri "Sall Flu h should I hurry north when In story of a house began to fall on I MATOUSEKJHARCE: don 'I". Jot M. ""' ...iJf.
    1<< c.u" '
    -- Nee mock
    / L L Simmons. two hours bass '
    Lodge Sign EsRla I can hang a occupants below, I
    Newly Dew ated, Fully Equipped June, I, 10 dal, every four minutes on light 1 I Prr1.! ... I" see
    -neak motion to quash Otto J Matouseks IIOI lq.
    You gtta on
    : ve up
    Housekeeping Summer ApartmentsLow Rates ibARNtNG-: i person, destroy= Vote Tomorrow 4 For 1 tackle with small /lies-and, of fish especially bass. with as little I' declaration of Irregularity ). sa wA' "'It..."....w CIs_?rbl 0.1,1/. ,

    Open All Year Round lug "Sail, A.h Lodge Signs." course "put them back In the noise. as possible. I like to !flush In the May 4 primary' ,ot. :'.:, nk d I dnh 4-Yr. parr'

    I J W T, ...GET Mg?, The sheriff has been notified stream the shady side of streams tight tug in Precinct t was granted by ..... ..w...., _ts to,.....law. 4
    i and will ,cute to th* full The Cap r; an Old hand with a A Kanner In a hearing
    JJr Frajil reflection Is Important and a Judge O
    Telephone (152 tic
    J\i Jii 1 extent of ti's law 3,10tuhhilnllillllll T. Hobson fly rod and Hurt Pruitt, an old ball can turn his eyes backward 1 at the court, house yisterday: afternoon / ."taw be.eoul......... ,....Nfwdblh. aM. ..
    iiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiWiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiTiiriVICTORY hand at automotive engineering. .
    ( imiiiiimiiiiiiininBUSIVEbt / I Just as trout do. So with to Ib Ch sudstet ot1.. W

    ; 'I OTEL SERVICES / FOR pooled. precision their experience, right lures In timing and- precision fishing anything that However t David M. Marshall AIMaLoUlk' .Mna,4...y., .... Ih..,.."S.. mahrN"S..

    I llimillllllllllMHIuVlllllllllllimillllllE I I I I I disturbs the normal habitat of ,
    attorney was grantedtntU !
    R. W. CR4Fn& eigr.Live I have developed what the Cap'n : FrSEEt:;
    "\\' ARE nowtff Bring Kentile bass In a danger' slgnnl < June 16 to amend the dec ,, \
    "Ii"a thief
    : !, In a modern aiwooled hotel ; SUPREME COURT say sneak approachto "We 'done pretty well the past laration at which time another win ,_ .I. uA TN _d,,
    I asphalt tile tailed Sec: a pockets where bass hang out so. M.wl .
    :, ; home-like atmon era large square foot all 10..... Picking those pockets! with' three weeks, have kept records hearing may be held, Clerk J. R 100 .Ice o a,,
    airy outside room, Solarium v \ HEAR pre. of all fish taken, the kind of, Ppmeroy reported last night. Mar Anrtl l de, .' r..N.r'
    ,: overlooking SL Lucie liver. INLAID linoleum l colors S3 clsion and lightness of a toe 'lures and the time consumed In == Po. I, :
    || a dancer doing a Swan Spin Is the tousek was defeated by D. U .. ,; ace,:
    Private Beach Dl) I' Room yard Installed difference between seducing size they have run from small| Williams by 31 'votes In the countywide '- := .tta ten"aiJ! INN,
    Bar Package Good Cocktail Rob\t J. .Pleus / to take your lure or taking bass to five, and six pounden. I voting for District 4 ._L'.hl -..
    e GOODYEAR rubber \sin boards ,, The most spirited two hours fishing I
    Lounge Marine Roon Dancing School Board member but ,,baa
    a fast dive for
    $4. footMNOLEIM TroiMM'j ill
    Bar-B-Q Beauty Parr In con. running ., PRES. FLA. STATtBAR A ASSOCIATION "For example 'we know where I've ever had was a bass charged a violation of the sec fM Co-ltr.1 r 1 ''ONJ' ah
    ncctlon. : drainboa s $3 a several bass hangout" says the every four minutes wind I recy of !the ballot la the, '(lUna .fdr. en;, tee SCr'a'111.wY

    Low Summer Rat"\ 4Now11)! running foot. WQAM10:3 C. M. Tonight Cap'n. "Weve taken them before blowing overhanging clouds I In indlantowp.STIMMELL Polio U ins Oc 4 "', i"es.Y ..
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    Rooms without Showers, in a certain hole Instead c.t'el''th1ne: appar..ntl1lAnother ; -- aa.lw
    uAire wN t. ,,
    tile foot
    a against M..M
    I p Of toward that hole with ATTENDING .. ..... .
    Rest Bat HEAR! rushing I'm .hlo dr .......
    Installed enjoying
    all thing .
    Single $6.00 .kly insUllajTiini are a motor wide ,open, we cruise. JAYCEE CONVENTION x lien. f wwlae '1
    guaranteed, the, of the river cut: In precision fishing:\ is the river .J .. jAn
    : Double S900kly up \middle 'qb w.

    :J Rooms Pri Ate p Bath i ROBERTS t: CLARK j LOOK Judge Hnry C ppenborn the motor and paddle quietly toward -. Itself and bird find life the, sunsets. glorious! and. tree City 'Commissioner Kenneth ..n.c- a.t PoS I lb.. ,,,nL .,.",
    1 shore
    ; Single X.! mOOwkly' COVERINGS 7t2S feet on the, stopping outside of perhaps the hole.35 "Why hurry north when I can 8. SUmmell will represent the Tb ..iehl.. .0 ., ,?, air. .
    : Double ..3. ,IUo.klyff 313 WCBS ((910 kc) P. M. Tonight pick bass pockets on the SL Lucie Stuart Jaycecs at the & 8. Jun. o n
    Flamingo Dnj We use four patterns of file ,
    April UiiMiiiiiiiiiHiiiniiirltiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiii take full measure of sport Our Chamber of Commerce: I:
    a eon.
    (Paid" Palldcaf Ai.wlw./.q' ,
    And work the water with one ITA TIC s os /hears'
    :; / West Palm Beach, IVrida out of it all twenty minutes from vention In Philadelphia today lrrusvoa '
    until reach the river bank I .
    fly we
    l Free I;st mat..., Write .'all S543IIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlPlllllllllll --- where I live nut the bass through Saturday a MATIEOA toM -.
    I! i i lUIIIIIIIIMIIliilimlfiltlimilllllimillll i l l l I II I back .' then hurry back three I 'Stlmmcll left here Tuesday aft l 1'1.' 1Yr&fide C aSAta le

    1 I FOR ALE I FOR RENIlllllllllllllllllll.lilllililil \ days later to take the old fellow lemon loaded with Fishing .. e. IJ ,

    i .11I11I11I11/11/11I11I/ / '" l I I I 1111I1111I I I I again. Guides, agricultural booklets, +, 'LEGAL OvutJ51Mm-
    I, -Precision Plshln'at Pruitt' '
    1111I111111I111I11I11\\ photographs, maps and otherpublicity
    FOR RENT-Offices Itores
    Certainly You do It most
    nuterlal with which HE .
    graph, cabifcl 1, complete with' $31 per month Hotel anywhere where bass hangout ] intended "to brow the horn" W 1N N TIN courses COUNTY,JUDGII FUNUDA.H car
    records Cwrtjt Cabins Ilobe Flamingo or PhoneM ItllY First locate bass I H UiTATK OKIN
    S Martin County at the convention tAHIA,
    I'I'II Sound. June 1
    ; / ); t PhtihjjWl t KENT TjnJJROO/ Then tempt him with appetising r IonllOTKL
    loft lure. Next set the hook TO [ '
    I FOR SALE..- la-ib, Cwlcralor', AfT NEWLY '1if' ORATED A. 0-, r lit aOY C WL"
    him until he
    play comes in belly ,
    : : Ice lax, f 4 j I up Anally put him back t Yl u t,5 we old., a MaiPN'
    'I June jrQ! 1 1ASIC ,, ,
    AIRY REASON LE' YEAR .0 M..d.,11d Irlil
    I "There's saying 'TheOrO'
    \ --, -,- -,, ..- an old lb. 5f 1I, enter A 1 1JAnee
    | RENT lONE 300. hunters Its 'to ., IM cod
    : < amongst easier / l r r Ies. N
    fytneU I
    FUR S : < Set light MAY ZO If 5m.e us '.,t Ylb4S .MI
    shoot bull
    : oak, red leatherette' Mats Baby a moose than a rabbit; 10, wee? .,,7.ib. ten W 1.It' .
    I t OR RENT -- :i'II-modeia Its the same with big fish," e,, o '.' w...' r,"
    baihenrtte, been lined
    IY Very reasonably nijer. home All' eonvr' tenres. een. ----.-- FOR R rkA, ,0',, a awl,d. r w M ml'..aawf

    1 rally located miner rates.Phene Lq 00.0 dfl, 1 5. dn.wwt
    Rio Nunerles
    ', : : : i\ICCermICk'j Taxes Are ,
    3I 28-W or e lIarrll R. $ County P ly 1100010

    FOR SALE- II'' ntty Lowery, Sr. MIOR Z1.June 3,1D .1110dsr
    (' lap bags. Surplom from dlklnt. RENT i; -down.town! r All/ Collected MINNIItA.

    : Priced reasonablA Call or nee 'i apartments. 'lt wby furnished zI 1 Ad.1 .,. r,1 fir A x100 dports.
    Jim i Diamond i Diamonds Garage Ail| electric equi IenL Phone / 4th Straight Year 1 IN d4sleotAEL

    YI 9 Ilobe $ undA>bane :'U.I I Stuart, 1. :.0 !May l3If r Ir MINT MIN ? ,M.r t c' 11TMAAAI 0a 'n!.

    11 1 Jlta'iOIf.rOR REMtraiding machine 3'19.75 MartIn County property tail) 1X11 M NoeLWAL FoW.hM., "Mr.

    I"E AL of H ibioA.fri;; ; and e per. Reflnlsh I d e collections torthe hit 100 per cent yesterday r +.. 5DYtsrletN011NOTKa

    I, rlmlhs your floora at rMsonable r.&ea.1 A fourth straight
    Violets, bloom, IS cut 'SY ma.rr -
    StKrt year, L. Klckllter reported -
    4. Ofthe year. Aim ihrfcip plants, Phone 10S, HardwareCo. $31.50 ADVERT EMRNT 0
    \ I pent as and gerberft. Mrs. 1 S U at office closing time last VRGAIN''lHx iTTITIODS NAMI ,
    41 night Although it was announced -
    : truest Lyons, J1J Stainole St. I FUN KtM: $80< week, larre.I I a that .1..d Mn T n. 'N.al" 1ooa
    I170J30 was gross collections COUNTY it'' f'0 cove, or, I P
    double rooms, Is n Hollywood ; ANp YON MAATI OUIeTy, L / pLnM
    figured RTATe
    4.. .. during May no 005 e.rM, wlh,0I1e0rwG..M
    -- -- OY
    beds. lies Holtljl federal Hwyat F'LOIitUA. ,, rue,
    j r.W
    I will be available until about le r.
    1 OR 8 ALE-Yes, we h|u flower tf r 9.00x'ski.
    i, Pots'' Just amved.5 All aieo.Coleman's bridge June 1}. It was said I ;.AtGA eo Tlla 'TAT8, up.a. wl, ,A d, reN 1'' 1,1'51, raa14ur1'
    0 llllliliniiiiiillllllllillil/ Illllllllllllll Klckllter conducted< at noon r N.mlCT. IUrNsod.
    q Irestons ] Store I N RSA uN, exNOTKt ., ..
    .01 1 .0I r.1.
    + -I 1 May 13 tf SERVICE OPJEREDllllliliniiiiiillllllllillil yesterday the 'annual sale of 1 .....1.. a ,,000.' ''o4 0510 1In -
    \ I I iiilililiHlliniU I county lands on which taxes are 0 CREDRORn ...."- .It. la. 1NlYNet.
    FOR !SALE BLl'tt HOT Oil F CEN1.% delinquent and It netter $25152 I ,.. ..4..., ,r I.. h.mb ...1..1.,1c ..... Ie 0014 Idles, Ir$1ee 0womsY .
    AL Yhndl
    Range alt porcelmsX i burner,'I ISO 4 l'ARDSRL, 66.10. from the sale of 52 tax certificates ..d.I .Aaund..d 0.,510. tI t Id to. .Yuy..coat or.".r oj,.see.Iai.d eery r $11015.tb.c P0n0"wH ........
    like new R. L rilley. Phone 'I All went to Individuals bd 4'ealaPal.
    J27 ft June SHELL, 18.00, Wl! SPREAD .' ', :I. (I, JEAN n.fro'" .. 0.r x l...law "I"
    ,FOR {
    l SALE-Improyid property .
    I ,, ""d' I! ) DDvvtRTDLM
    I I J -.it- Fed. Hwy. Niji 1, Good GEN. DEL: ST L IE, FLA \ .1\\ ,;.$f{; r.! 'f. JAYCEE-ETTE HEAD: ...''ah' ra"p t., f..a.h. 4N d
    M :;
    drainage, suilabu tor trailer OR PHONE 1069 FORT '.. !" ? ':' '\ i ;?::jl '. \ .....ems,or. wnJmwt.''ho'rn 01 tale. M.amen ltl.N.d, earl. IC&1..rtI. ,
    court, cabins, trf t stand etc. PIERCE, Ma}! 1June3 ; Jean Mebllng was elected .oo'h.' plnd., d ....1olo p nd Coooo", fl, I-

    Beer license app ,ed, Reasonable ,JEAJI&ENS TltE! S GEON president of the Stuart, JayceeEttei 1nU...., 5.. .. .un.....,..ts.. be 01 IY th.. 44ai. ..d sal.. NOTICE IS roPUIVINM It. ."

    price 5 nf : StuiTT.Owner INt': Trees toppedemoved. Immed er : at the groups meeting' at Iaw4. .. ...."'.,. or I.ela.aatN.h.. ......IU cay: ? fNnY JIt1. :55101 rAMw"tdlP '
    'J H J. QI 'If.o'Box 221, I / Power ulpl11ent. the Civic Center Monday night hrrory n. 4 YMMIna, to Ir.. ', .1l.r t,..... .... by
    t Salerno, Fla. M/v 20,18,June No charge for estimates: Have 1 Other officers named Include It., 0' My. A, O. 1111.Juera c........ nwMe.. n b d1.IId .'

    I your dangerous trees taken Adrienne Bartlett lit vice-pres if, keSRToN, de r.hA.u: 41 :'h'4WP1 :
    FOB.SALE OR ADE, Went; Lettle McGee, 2nd vice- JOHN oos,1LD atsoow hr, cod Nd N'
    care of before storm icasen AI S. .o. M t! R.4,. M Jo.,., : "' :: Sue
    = : :
    doser for ai. 'Thing of E. P Nkkerwn, repsesentatlve. president; Floretta Bartlett secretary ,ow ter. droamd0UGH .. : 'l':1 A.
    George Brow g r, 4 ml, { ; Estelle Kanarek, treasurer P. If. a"un
    BUlI'j Box 33N West Psalm Be.ch.Fla 1,51.5. .... 1040.h tluO ,
    "aANCII ..
    Stuart, acrom' Telephone 930S, If and Elizabeth O'Steen and Re ''I' OllcJHflI\IIOH!: .....-. Iwl ..
    Courts May tl, J Lorraine McPherson directors.. ': stow,. IN f<........ .Icon. 0.. .c Y.+..00 ''''
    _! SPENCER: SUPPORT for wo ... .01-
    FOR SALE-<<-2M AIRS OF WO- men. Men's belts, tiiella Downey Installation month Quests will be held late'this :, >Put r-.. 'x. 10' 17a.d1qr' ms.Nld.w;::": .. e.lt'5l'd'W M Mr.Y
    MEN'S 1101 Orange/ Ave. were Cecelia BAN. ADVaTISENIN 1 ... -..."
    'LA): SHOES ANDWHITES Fort. Theist and Florence c.u". s. ro.ud .
    DRESS Sfll S Pierce. Phone 19 -M for appointment Hackett .. .. c,1yw ,"'I.: :::'rd Yee dis
    V POTKEMASTIN : P << ....
    I '
    I BROWNS A] WHITES ANDES f tf a GAME FISH I W.eC .."' O- ,

    :BLACKS :.., : 44 TO >. BU11boZING.deJearlD; <<, IN TRAPS, NETS/UNHURT TEST: JUNE coultn'714150. n.OaIDA LM.Mo ....\ \ P11I
    CLOSING Ol AT $3.45 STUART y.d :
    ditching and fusing. PhontS29W Tallahassee : t.t.l .: ''
    Pains eeauoe110MAI The Operation ofI' ,< III ntstry OIYaN : .. /,
    DEFT CORE June Sfjft tb.e t LL.4.
    :! I* tf TAX commercial' catfish" traps and aw... arN.i r d ellO.too, III". Se '! 1111 t1E v::
    jFo5TsALE Bicycle, $15June DONT WAIT:unfits toe late. baited pound nets on the St. to I.. II.. .I"svairur.l.wtsesw.av. .... AN' of 1Y/1, Lo.a w. .: ", I::!. ."'I'M-;,: :
    Call 2Z1-J 3 Se in today j r automobile Johns River 'apparently has tsod. .ARTIN WUNTY, FN.ke. .. P8 I. ..... '"
    Insurance that 100 need under "little or no effect" on the river's fee vOt st f w.J. hr .10 .I, Wbiis mssry f; :.4 Mml'j

    FOR SALE inecublc, foot the new financial responsibility supply of game 'flsh! John' P INt t'N '?b.l eebl cod d tti M.d Tnawq bid d, .t:; .= ::1 (5''LIis'I Ir..1

    used Gene Electric refrlg- Law. Thatdore Dehon A equine, chief fisheries biologist 1.1, F..rw.nl ibnp4 nMtow TT ,*5 :: IS "eI"k
    grater. fa Vfect conditions for the State 004 .U ,, .f th, ('... '... h.esine' o e 1 Ie, 1N y
    t Son. Dehon fldf, phone IL ,a and Fresh aqre ..Inek A. N_ en no rirvse :/'
    Deh{ s Little Shop r tfTRUSSEST Water Fish. Commission said to 'r.t. ,,. T .111.. O= d ..sank.rll. '(I..le 1:". h, I. n'd' :
    Phone 14. June day. F u em Neht.ue I Nat- ttt..I-JJ':; :
    jfrie stockings, 1 PN 'Nt ,5 sill! .be _.... new n-r L.S: s i. ,

    I1'I FOR SALE Six double beds knee pads, aWtleti, ete. Stuart II [)equine In a report said there to the was commission"no .iso"':'.. Ys'4. wild AY N on.::nil,,.:.:"u-'.; Jata.1 :. f.lt't' ': J'f
    1 with side Innerne ko| Airing, odd mattresses chain, two, 00 Drug YOU Corp bavs J loubl* with your tf dense amount that of game any fish"appreciable" ''5'k.'N'' .mn.n5.po"'I"a"well, b 0..4 rmwrea. tlrw Gamer f--: :" : :tar lNra 1elaY MN: M rail Y,e'd'

    could be :
    space heat' one mood washing hens to"l. td, .. ,0;:: b
    as. not I Ingi Then use taken. in traps and : : Laces I/ e Nu. a.. U b, .
    pound nets p i"t' 01TY lr
    machl in food condition Hess Para kin. Stuart Feed A Ylu r Y po
    i His .
    report was based swu a.u
    iI on a to .t.
    and Owe co Rice Hotel Phone Store. tf day re. u x Lie -* :-r:1'1'
    4 experlQlont..condllCt.ed on ; I I5..t1.
    May / tf AGENTS lorsltfi buld Pumps All VVfYs I the river by biologist Lynn rONT fat. 'iv'oI110 hN.k" "J NM roe1MPe.i.... tL 1(
    liedlate Hutchens. se PS.
    PAINT FOKlSALE Outside delivery / .15W', .e Pit '
    I. .
    p..w '
    II '
    White andVllat White, IIJl Stuart Bar I are Co Phone to pay coral.. P 's. F4 tea. 41 .11. c.'t. '- I 'ace

    Pet gallon 1 Hi-gallon iota Col- 108. tf Graduation REFUSE DISPOSAL ACT j Lu 1 in .d' is .:. 111- ,
    GOES INTO PALM C, :7wf
    en and poi I and deck enaratoltMper Illlllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIILOST I EFFECT 5Aas.rse ;

    'el* from 82S [ gal- FOUND J Cash [State House Bill 1081 enacted by the!I 5Nurd .10 r.wl eroees a.dlp 7,5 waJt FoyTeebnvkl. h..1'OnN.a..... C l/;.. Rlf.adlLe. e/D M M NMowwx

    ten Hob und Lumber Co Head.I' UglsUturti a rear 'ago thus / w oM
    iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiitn iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil r2 { 5 month regarding refuse P ct 7
    Phone J55L. Apr n tff L"y a way disposal w./1
    LOST, STRA&R STOLEN wen* Into effect Ir ,rMaTIN
    or Tuesday, The D 0' M7Y
    I 0t:1I r0A50
    ARM FOR 8ALt-0a Uway 140at Sundae LarHl dark brendel I' W measure' prahl b1 ta---&h. discharge I OY i iIchae TH,1t ITrf' 00 NTY, n'il'CN.ss

    I Gerne M aVrn, J houses, Bull Dog, whlB streak down 3 Charge J 4E quarters of raw or untreated 'sewage or I c..,''ttnt. ( 0004 $osfl "

    la excellent efcdltlon, with front, no taO,spiked ears, name refuse or Induatrfal'waate\ Into) TL 30Y XRP7.

    packing boos.,%wash shed, Betty, ne rolls% Reward I' the Indian Rive, between,Jupl. .f.; ';;,." PLORn.A. 7, L t70.mC C'Owdt

    ,carafe. P, W %amt, Hebe Phone 14-J, Be 126, Smart 4 Budget I i ter Island and the Martin\. Coun. ,,
    V I Sound, Fla. Shin\3711, tf Fla. 2TaJua >I ty mainland w otmH't: pioaca Do a rr1'' MP .
    i'aab, .AtPahu46
    L T 51.1" s. INah rv tt hd

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    fOCIAL NEWS and Happenings's of the WEEK 'IN STUART. | New items office ht this before page lurai must on reacU Wednesday! the newspaper 1m'' ;' 1 ,

    ... ._ Office Phone 300 ,

    J(; TO MEET TUESDAY RECEIVES DECREE STUART UDC CHAPTER HAS 27 CHARTER MEMBERS Mrs. C. D. PaiHon. and her- Mr and' Mm D. L Williams I Mrs Tom Stewart of Pahokea- ,,1 'l' :"

    MIl. C M. Walker and Mr*. daughter and sou-ln-law, Mr. had as weekend guests Mr and ,was the guest of Mr. and Mrs ,l f
    n.jjttraan wilt entertain the rso -f i7r, and Mrs. If K. Coley of Wlnnlon Mr*, W A. Murphy' of West Palm ;Hornet D. ,Hudson Friday night. & : j ,
    J.E.B..8tnart: chapter t. J Salem, N. C.. were In Stuart Sunday Bcax.li. __ ___4>.____ j" \
    nlraI .
    enroute to Lakeland to attend -
    Tuesday l night at I at the -
    D.C 60J Riverside If' .1 her daughter,Norma Jean. Mrs A. Juhruon: of Riverside .J
    freer This will be the final I'J graduation from Southern College Drive let Friday to visit her STUART ''I" ..,.
    j1 .
    of the organization un- They are former residentsof daughter in Rounoke,'Va.. and CITY COMMISSION I ''I r
    Forest Glen Stwalls Point. later will Join her husband in
    oc\Obe"\ ., : -t- Cleveland. I ftegoUr MeetingiWEDNESDAYS

    l, n : 71 Mr and Mrs Ralph Chandlerwent -C-. 8:00 t?
    4 4 : to Cochrane Ga, over the Dale Hlp on arrived Monday c '
    ROTARY CLUB I week end and returned with two night from Gainesville where hot 2nd and 'r'

    $-STUART,. w.*-N.*hr. ant i IICHMItlOLMS f'' : 1.: I of her nieces, Emily Goodman. t tI.* completed his third year atI 1 t r
    { god Joyce Holder I the of Florida.
    GRILL University ; Stuart City Hill y '
    R .
    .e1, *,SAINUKH, 1 .a .;.
    l. '
    pelx T.rt. 't: Mr and Mrs.. Frank BraUoil\ Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Armor f11-
    of Newark,N. in spent three days: lertulwd over' the week end Mr. Public Alway. ekom.
    last week' fishing; with Mr nail: and Mrs Floyd Bard of Birmingham tts
    Mrs W, C Armor \of Eldorado: Ala. _
    5. : Heights I v '_ i a ,f tl1R

    P ) -e- Mrs. W niton (Parks i is experted
    r' Mr: and Mrs, Emerson I'ookOr 1 home tills Week from Macon.
    and Mrs. Carl Lytle and Mrs Ga. where the was called by the A L'SATE
    Nell Campbell of Palm Reach! illmttt ol her' sister l Mrs F.,....| M
    SARA HELEN ROLLINS t : were the Sunday guosu<< of Mr, Orl!<'n."

    MISI n,llintl iimihltr} of J and Mts Bror J. Carlhcrg at I
    fir .
    '\ i their home on Bewails Point." Mr and Mrs 'y. N. Hudson '
    und Mrs. II, II\, Holli.w. of I
    Y 1 / i -- and their son' Tommy. spr'htMonday ,
    Lock t Oesmit, wtu among till ,( J "'- 4. Mr. and Mrs C. C. Brown! of (night( with Mr and Mrs.I
    148 who,"' received degrees at t : Seminole Ave. have moved to I Homer D Hudson en route to
    Stetson 63lh annual I their home in Fort'Plerce Mr. Miami front Gainesville I. where'they s o'' all kinds
    University i
    ,commencement ): : -i.. and Mrs H. O. Clark and daughter attended their son s gradu; : :k j 9
    spring MOIu'y. ''rt
    Kathryn, of Fort Pierce have atlon exercises from military ,
    !She Will, conferred with the I
    ) moved into the Browns home school
    .J ., .
    41 BiKjulpruf: \ Mtikie degree. Whileat -- ---- -------- i '

    StifcHHi, Miss Rollins was. .. ...P! I Also ren Is and incur. \ .
    prominent In musical and IKxiillircltj 'I"'I"ance.
    T ,
    Slavs uppqjired; as plans Mimlxri of the,Ceneraf J. E B. Stuart ch: ipter. risen (daughter. IIf f member), (third row) Mrs. I .
    Johns fi,k ist (In a number of miuiciitprignims United Daughters of the Confederacy who were! Ernest. Lyons,, Mn O. C. Bennett Mn. t'aiuiH.
    n at (lie University and orgnilzed. In December, received their charter S. JjiUHi, Mrs. M C. Littman, Miss Flo Site COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Edward I t tRealt If
    Outboard, otorsBAV was active ii> Phi Rtlu. nalKHialpn list month. Tliey include (left to -right/ front Icy and 1-1r. M J J. Muriwm; (buck row) Mrs. C app I
    I >fei 'iiii| music fraternity, the row) Mr*. Janws II. Smith Mrs. T. E. Preston, W. Hoetuhcl, Mm C M Walker Mrs. FW. Z. Real Estate Ph ography I :

    SALES & RVICE Glee Club and the Radio Chorus Mm Emily Morruan, Mrs. Paul M. HoensM" Girbett Miss Anne Filtman" (daughter! tof nwm- '. : '"
    209 S. iafe She plane to tenth private pianoLIST chapter president, Mr. E. J J. Smith, Miss iWlly her) and Mrs Slinky Smith. hurter: mcnilwrt Attractive Photo of Your hing Party and Catch } '
    Smith (daughter:), of memlitr) and Mrf II C. nut In the picture arc Mrs Evans Crary, M I'S. Ark I I P. O. Arta Bldg. :

    _,,-'T C..rtlnt.It'C( <>lKl row) Mm J John M Law. Jr.. Stuart Mrs Augusta! M. J Johns, Mrs Albert M PORTRAITS AND AEIAL PHOTOGRAPHY f Phone :1'
    Mr A, O rittrnan, Mr. E. D Wells, Mn Harris Shrijjlcy. Mu Ransom R. Tillc n and Mrs Hubert I' ,
    Krueger Bldg tx 263 Phone 324
    ur Rooms, Apartments and Rental Lowiry.. Mn H II. II pson! and Miss Bitty Mqr. kMskv bf !New: York City I I j
    I '
    Homes ftith us. ...... ...ws-- --- __ II ,

    L. ,FULFORD ffut tuu i IWellsGreene.Wedding Set ;.

    BU\:\C ',. SELLING LlENTING\ 'I '
    IROIERTY( MANACUlNT: At Methodist Church June 9 !

    Vrite P. O. Box N\ 4 I '. I SALE i'i''I'I

    32 %m.North Colorado Aacnua Miss Minnie loutae Oreene, FORRFSTS ENTERTAINAT !
    Phone'317 II daughter of Mrs, H. J. Oreeneof BRIDGE PARTY
    Stuart, Florida 73V Stypmann BJvd, will be
    married to Walter Lee Wells, ion Five tables of bridge were 1 In :. I II Ir
    of Mr. and Mri E: D. Wells 'of play Friday evening when Mr. j'iI t" II I
    f Casa Terrace,'In a double-rlniceremony and Mrs. Alex Forrest entertained e
    at their home In the Atlantic
    at the Methodist
    1 1r 1t
    "DINE 'aid D/XNCF" I Church: at 6 p.m. next Wednes, court Apartments Guests were
    Mr. and Mra. Arthur M. Dchon, w
    day.The key Or and Mrs Charles E. Lane
    W. O Aldridge will
    AT Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
    officiate at the candlelight service -
    for which, no Invitations Mr, and Mrs H. R Steflen; Miss I
    have been sent and friend of Frances Carlberg Mrs Ellze
    SEYM< & INN the couple are inVIted. ,Th beth MadeiraMr. and Mrs Price .
    French Mr. and Mrs C. F hre- r
    bride will be given In marriage i v :
    by her brother Robert! E. Oreene.: land, Mr. and Mrs Henry 1'ffirtg't l t {
    TASTY, jtLICltfUS FOOD Schwab, Mrs. Wells Upplncot B i 1
    her slater Lurltne Oreene, will 1 1I
    Mixed Drffks-Wer on Draft be maid of honor and Donald A.i and Mr. and Mrs. C. Richard I i
    Burroughs will be best man Ashley Prizes were won by Mrs 1 r"
    HEAR GEK OH inf. SOLOVOXSTEAKfanf Bridesmaids will Include Mrs Stcflens, "Mrs Schwab and Mr I '
    Daniel W. McClure Miss Sara Ashley.
    Rollins and Mice Peggy Ulmer t'D
    Usher/ will be Emerson Kramer.
    R SPKIALTY I A reception will be held at the The Palm City'' Home Demonstration =; I (
    Greene residence Immediately. Club will meet ,at the
    f+nwn Beach M SEYMOUR GIDEON following the ceremony home of Mrs. 8. $; Lane at 2 p.m, .. .+rj +lii M
    Owner I Both young! people are graduates -, Monday. Members will answer f
    of Martin County High rollcull with a child's bright "ayIng ; 'Every Cover Extra Durable Material
    School and last week completed .
    I Durable Lock Stitched
    their Junior year at Florida _" abams 9 r
    State University Tallahassee LAWS ENTERTAIN: Simulated Leather Panels -|Easy : ,I"
    IEN YOB NEED where! they will return June It BRIDGE CLUB' i .
    for the summer session and star Mr. and Mrs John M. Law Jr.? M-_ .,,-, Installation. ;j'l I 1
    of their senior terms. were hosts for dinner-bridge
    < ;

    MRER Saturday club night at 1 the Crary,? entertainingtheir lodge on SAVE: $$$ AND I TALL YOUR OWN SEAT C VERS : (: j..

    OR ANY EngagementIs the south, fork of the St. Lucie .
    River Guests'were Mr and Mrs. .
    L. A. Arbogast, Mr. and Mrs. Earl
    BUILtING MATERIAL Announced Rlcou, Mr. and Mrs. D. H, Rude --. OUPE $ 5CHEVROLET'
    son, Mr. and Mu Boyne McPherson 11.1BUICK 1
    CALC and Mr, and Mr*. M., OUttman. t- ,
    OR 5
    High score prizes wentto
    Mr and Mrs. E. M. Thompson "
    of Halnep: City, now;residing In Mrs Uttman and Mr. Arbo- e EGULAR '.1 '
    Lumber Salerno announce the engagement iast. 'DODGE"FORD PRICE t..
    East toast of, their daughter,Jeanette, ; .
    to Charles Stiller, son of Mr and -
    M H Mrs Fred Stiller of Salerno.Date IS BRIDGE HOSTESSMrs. I ,
    for the wedding has not been set Bernard Coker entertained I .
    &. Supply do. Miss Thompson born in Wau- her bridge clubkFrlday afternoon '
    chula<<,moved with,her parents to at her home on Florida Av,. I.
    Salerno three years ago where Those playing were! Mrs William
    cc ACH
    Phone 22 I O. Box 305 Sluarl, Florida they divide their time with Berry, Mr*. Joe Backus, Mrs PLYMOUTH $ fl 95 : I
    Haines City. She was graduated Charles Porter, Mrs Harris Lowery L. ]
    from Halnes City High School Jr, Mrs. William King and
    last June. Stiller was born on guests[ Mrs.. Glenn DcBcrry and PONTIAC R ULAR ; f 1 f
    Merritts Island but moved to ktrs:'Jack Davis Mrs Porter -
    Salerno at' an early age wherehe made high score STUDEBAKER RICE j i
    now Is engaged with, his : '
    brothers In commercial fishing Mr: and Mrs. C. H.Lapsley/ after 12.95 J j t
    RUGSJBRISCAIPETING He was graduated from Martin three.weeks visiting with their NASH I
    County High School In 1943IIINSOM5 daughter and son-ln-law, Mr 37.39 FORD $11.95SEDAN It i i
    and Mr. W< C. Armor of Eldo- PACKARD I ,j ,
    ENTERTAINAT rado'Height, have returned to ;
    BRIDGE PARTY.Mr. their home in Pittsburgh "
    and, Mrs Bernard' Hlnson CHRYS- : j.; t
    1 were hosts Saturday evening at Dannie Mlnnehan, son of Mr.
    4 bridge. entertaining at. their and Mr.. Roland Mlnnehan'.of MERCURY i '
    Mohawk M pet 4| Tuft home.on West 6th St. 'Those Martin Road, returned Thursday $99'5 t ,
    playing were Mr,and Mrs. Curtis from his year. study at St. Leo t
    Firth MansK House Styl JarpetKlearflasji [ Whltlcar Mr. and Mrs. Curt College Preparatory School. HUDSON EGULAR. t I .
    Schroeder, Mr and Mrs Arthur -S.-. PRICE !
    Bowering. Mr. and Mrs. Bob' Mr. and Mrs. Francis t. Orlb- e LA SALLE t y j t
    Stair arpet Johnson, Miss Flora Stanley, bin and niece Miss Beatrice Fair- $14.95 ; !,
    M..... Ruth Stevenson, Mrs, Clyde dough, of Port SewaU left Tuesday -5- i .
    In 9, '12 anJIlS foot CzpeB Installation Pirtle. Mrs. Fred! Jose Mn Lon morning by motor to spend Etc. Etc. SOME MODELS SLIGHTLY HIGHER .4 '

    width, '" Tyson and Mrs Ralph Chandler, the summer at their home., In ,
    Prises.went to Miss Stanley, Mrs Spring Lake, N. J. YI ;:
    Tyson, Mrs. Stevenson, Mr:Whlt -S- '
    lear and Mr, Schroeder Miss Alice Dehon returned
    t lame yesterday from a vacation COLBMAN'SHOME
    PROGRAM SET ON RADIO (rip to South Carolina She was .
    The Martin County Red Cross accompanied home by her
    A chapter will present a forest ere nieces, Harriet t and Helen r '
    prevention program over WIRA Mauldin of Hampton. 8. C., and If
    at 12:14 Sunday' ,George P. HI' Elisabeth: Dehon, of Columbia. AND AUTO SUPPLY
    GRIFFIN-ECKEi% Inc. ronlmus, disaster chairman will 8. C. L
    speak Script for program lias -
    been written by fllss Beverly Joyce Kdenfleld: Evelyn Holts, ,STUART F IDA
    FLOOR VERING900South Smith. Herman Relts and N.... Ed Burg ,
    elll went Uj DeLand today wherethey ;
    DixU Fort Pierce, Fla. Mrs. M O J.Ittm"an will en- will attend a Baptist a*': ,PHONE 141 P':_ O. BOX. *J9'THE
    tertaln the Presbyterian Choir. eembl, held at Stetson Unlversy .t-- .q.
    - Guild tonight at her home. .
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    ..s ; FLORIDA-ASHEViLLE PRESBYTtRIAN CORNERSTONE LAID iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiUMiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniiiCOUNTY I I I II then wet while cotton are: BUILDING'p'pIsla

    GIVESMalarial PUUMAN, STARTSA Home slightly Wronger\ Therefore, ray f*,. r Lab 0. It Mona M4 Itl 61rrAa. a'p;

    I i i ORS need gentler treatmeat both tif I* ft. mlifom, i .: ",
    !; duly through PuUman between DemonstrationNote in washing and Ironing Rayonsare

    Culls t Fever t Florida east coast., pi/un\ AGENT'S more easily damaged by beat '"

    II RELIEF and:! \shfv1l\t'\ serving the poputut v than cottons to should be pressed

    \began Carolina opfr Man mountain over the resorts Florida COLUMN By MISS LUCItE INSCOB I Rajona with a cooler are not Iron.difficult to I INKEIREDI

    PACE East (t;'jtt: Railway Tuesday iron: they are Just different' the .
    .Georre I L Oliver, passenger traife By L M JOHNSONiimiiiminiiimtimmniiiiiiniiiimi: How well a wash dress washes specialists say Usually they do
    CUP manager, announces and Irons depends on how It to I hot need to M M moist M cotton -
    The Lhr juth' sleeper la! handled l l made a* well u on the fabric, for Ironing. They should
    ATV ,'n the< Florida East CoastR Martin County should be very clothing specialists remind women ; be Ironed on the wrong side of !
    .\ I A y. P,,U Stream I and I proud Ad I.I I. bo vend) Jacksonville<< oper- I 7rn In and around this; summer dresses. To stand up by the Iron will not how, up on .CONCRETE
    spanPahd 'II. nlr' + 01 the southern Railways I are are in a beehive activity, under frequent laundering ar the right side The Iron should
    SkyUnd Special. Northbound it I in sharp contrast to previous dress must be sturdily' made, yet follow the weave of the fabric,
    WitnifaclUt t 1 hurts fll ua:t at 3:51: p.m, arrive years! at this Um of the season Its seams and other finishes nnd the fabric should not be tINFORCINC
    a Hfudrrnonvllle Sleet morn- when things have been dull and should be flat and lightweight pulled or stretched or given STEEL
    sibly t r Hit al 10:32 i ttJti, ,-hevllle U;30 veryone ,settled down to 9 long. for easy Ironing Look for simple I much pressure With the Iron.
    A word the wise ,; kiaSuffi hard >summer With the reeen lines, the specialists advise, and Above all the Iron should not

    sett t tI nt. I amM >clrn< ;elf lIdIUonf'd'' Individual .u'Of' several large tracts of for strong but not heavy finishes bf too hot It h a good idea to >NCRETE
    Surflcie INSURA ret:linliis neat roaihM are 'land to tomato farmers, and for flat fastenings and simple I start Ironing with the temperature
    N C PROTEC.'LION k ,'Ho available) on the same trains Kith/ the Interest in clearing sturdy trim. set low and let the Iron be- s.CKS
    "LIt" that when 1 nfl faidule! Involving' only ftrhutiKt land both for pasture and truck Dresses of simple design usually come hotter until the Ideal heat
    : the to s !!: of gars at Jacksonville crept. there ,will be no I letup In wear and launder best. The I for! the goods! la found, STEEL &VLUMINUM
    cornea you Union] Station} j the activity in this Indlantow fancier the trim and the more
    are EQUATE. I Southbound the through Pullman area, Each resident of Stunt Intricate the cut, the more time WINDOWS
    LY r Bred. Don't on the Skyland Special I' (0.i. C: A. CuttM" Bailor wf I'' the Stuart Proiibvferiun ClmrcH. trip< his and the eastern part of 'the the dress will take on the Ironing LOYAL ORDER-OF \

    take ESS THAN l"ave North Carolina points inhi I hand l lit t "m"t'''nry ,u iriiij the eiTf-nnmV> .attending i the laying( << 3f ENO GII-Incur- fall afternoon arilws Stut ,irfir-ptim for the D : II through(! this area and the area seams. Seams need to be MEE ra a-es P, k PORTLAND
    t 42 ia his
    sore \ pm -s iw Mv \Walct.jllK( t'l'lortt are! (kft to right! ) IMxrtBrtitan !. .nl a.d WFUNEaOATaMoose
    south adjoining the Jupiter strong but not thick, so that It CEMEfllTPhone
    howl nu.'''''j dmlrmt" Charles Conrail<<1 (if Selrrno" and
    I Road Things are being done, Is difficult to get them dry In Nom

    I : f Hi) Dtrjtng__"o'IIrlll'lj'1. -,dnMn.ni' _.,. ,. n'h ____.._ people are enthusiastic and the Ironing Be sure -skirts are not /KDEKA4.. NIGH!AT fa Ffrt Pierce,
    I, '' 0n0C .Q 'onoo era. future looks good rut on too much of a diagonal;
    ',,1 10 that seams stretch and break:

    \>''I I I'I '.ED APP esa R. seal fete,. i II!; Salerno Civic Association'IJ'' 1 During the 79 past head two weeks of hone approximately -I other the stitching finishes,that Avoid must seams be clipped or ANNOUNCEMENT I J.

    have been vaccinated for sleeo out underneath and thus '
    : O=====OQO OQO OQO .o so
    : I lag sickness, or what la commonly weakened for washing. I'
    : REAL OR Q aI One of the most Inspiring' Conrad birthday which both I known as blind staggers Anyone Hems also should be firm E. # CHANgYMailer

    :." P. 0. Ar de f mediums\ if the association was: occur this 'week. a prettily dec Interested In immunizing enough with only one turn, ,If the i
    ,k : a I .IsarH. .IN, r I held May 26 In spite of the let t- : orated rake with candles was \their horses! against this disease edge trimmed! with pinking BarKr
    ,' Phone 1 v-wn ummerltine bring us is advised to contact this COunty; shears, and then "eatstitched"to Chfl
    will B. In
    i7 hen w,-rt' more (han 60 people, broupht into the assembly room agent the back of the skirt. On sheer Of
    I .:,: prtHit.il' Eleven new members'and congratulations .were offer ___ material, It Is best to machine- LONGBOT/OM'S
    WI'VI' admitted led, Homemade take end Ice The' Everglades Experiment!: I stitch the first'turn of the hem,
    \ A committee wan\ appointed by cream was served The leader Station n tomato step trails coo; then allpetltch this to the back BARBER/SHOP
    ..hi President Charles Conrad with I of Tomorrow offered an 1m. ducted in cooperation with the of the skirtButtons I
    t 1 1n iy Vice-President Jack Suundettonfts promptu entertainment, which USDA Vegetable Corps. Laboratory -: and other fastenings Until tAr. Lonfbottom Ji Able T* if turn
    1v :i: SALERNO STATION I chairman to arrange a festive' i program follows: of Charleston, S. C., Is being: should be washable, lightweight,
    :b''j,1 FORMHILY IIE SAVFRNO Si RVICC SH \ program for the opening and 'KJeorglo and Lisa from Tenntff.e brought, to a successful close at flat and possible' small enough
    | rIONI
    \ dedication of the new Civic Center I *" slnglnR, "IttfrtJt a Hole the indllmtown j Farm Project,I to go through the wringer. Pearl !
    fVMOCO This occasion is expected In in the Bucket: by Sally Oerrecht Scientists! and specialists are:, and bone buttons are good
    :-1' late June or early July. I and Hilda Sword making plans to enlarge their I choices Fabric-covered buttonsare U
    ,,j- CAS /OIL LUBRICANTS I Many young! people were pit*- I StulT! and Nonsense," a dla- tndlantown trial plantings this likely to rust and some plastic n I
    TIRES i rlTTERIES A&ESsORIES Irntand rcqurMed-trie board of Itgur, by Vernon Flowers and fall, and several farmers in Martin I buttons are not washable .t, ,! MACHINE
    '.,,1 directors' of the! association to I Norm Fee Cole County are cooperating' with Avoid !belts with pasted-on
    Quick, CcJrteous and Efficie*Service meet with them at the Methodist I "Billy I -Boy" a singing skit by these experiments in planting backing which will come apart G

    GREJ HOUND BUS JTOP Church last Monday evening t3 Cassle-Mae Gcottcn and Del aere trials of new varieties of; In water, Lea PieP A,.LIwio_
    I tomatoes this tall With farmers would
    w Cold Drinks Candies Tobaccos help them properly organize Morse. Summer rayons give d -II issS .. aqMsssw
    f I their own a.-wxiullon, and sugReit Songs "Auld Lang Sync," cooperating, research proving greater satisfaction In wear and ad. hod. d hbfcrm, rM
    a P. O Box 136 j Salerno C/E Beadle, Owner I a program' for their summer ; "She'll be Comln Hound the! facts and markets good,, Indlan- appearance<< If women generally be is.t ...... ad III pal..
    artivltlea Mountain and "I'v\? been Work- town: promises to be one of the I would not try to launder them Ron lilt N aNdo nbsew.Iaasoa.Mla4Skaaha I
    Conrad spoke of hU appreciation In' on the Railroad," by Wallet leading vegetable growlpg fcreas like cottons, textile specialists of f .. ..
    ,\ -, of the cooperation of Sa- Pedersen John Pedersen, Gordon In South Florida, ,the TT:S. 'Department of Agrtcul! \ ... a.l wlai..k .u fart
    :, l it rno youth and of the delight Terry and Orrin Sword ture say; Many women still do -MdIIti.
    p7; { :nd pride the association feels A siucensful card party was Martin Count 1 H dub boys not realize that the two fabrics ..e..e nas ay.maedyfheq e

    PENRIOSP. u sponsor the junior group and held Friday evening at Mrs. will attend the 4-H Club Campat react differently! to moisture and It.... rM,.....
    ,I it* activities Blanton's home with Mrs. Jennie Lake McQuarrie In Ocala National teat. Rayons become, weaker M kMP. I ........ aael.,.
    II I At this- meeting In eommemoi I Wjlbar and Mrs. Gladys Perryas Forest June 21-26, Five I ito .. Se M.ckI.e .lisle. hsisaOlpwL
    i Ion 01 President and Mrs. -h08Ie 'leS. boys from Indlantown five from Welcome Relief (for w iw ape. a. sew ...
    .. LUCIE GROCERY Stuart and two from Salerno are a a. aiatla .I. a ......
    ,planning to attend this camp Avery : BA PAINSI. fat Call par darn a.,.asa
    Jensen Road Rio
    n n Assembly Is Best for Revising Interesting and !educations .hew er aM.h ptuarl
    'MILK GROCERIES program has been outlined! by I. lIIIullt Sin Sclllle..
    t the camp directors. A qualified L e, gttua.YsaJU.Te1 .
    SMOK S -,. COl DRINKSLILLIE&ULWALER.Owners :: State Constitution Writer Says waterfront director will be on .a .No.....,... .
    .. g
    sl hahd'tat: all times 1 and will be In rw.Pe.... -.. "
    5t a e pas..n Ua NtUU.
    l charge ,of. the swimming and .. 11- NigbtPlfiMl I ftREXALL
    ''I BALM a M I ..10. s tttMf hoe STORE
    '" j I Gainesville June 3.--Bcvliilono lout, Into motion, by either house water sports program! Agricul ..was al. lot ._ .ari p......
    t : < Plorldas Constitution by a In "regular, extraordinary, or ural extension specialists and ; --- ---
    beny constituent) ; assembly\ Is much)\1)1' special session by a three professor. from the University of 1
    Don't U* -- $Try tJi. ai :more to be desired than the present i fifths vote of the members/o lorlda will! be on hand Ip teach

    i YOURtONVENIErME \ system of revision\ by amendments both houses, and the content* crop classes in the mornings, and
    r OPEN FOR Dr 3 E. Doves of thetnlverslty I plated revision by articles can recreation classes will be held IMAGINE E A I
    t, DAILM- 8 A, M # P M9A I of Florida concludesIn ,relate to one subject, or any In the afternoons.. ; BENDipUTQMATIC
    \ SUNDAY M i P MjiiiiniiiiiiiiiinuiiiitiiiiiiiiiuiiaimiitiiiiiniijiiiiiiMi. : the current Issue of Economic number of subjects." The pro '..-
    Leaflets posal must then be, submitted to Fumeu'ant' ending their
    i{ .. .. I the electorate, prlng seasons and preparing
    Dovell. professor of history: $ 9 951
    5 { wd political! scl!'nw. ends a seriej However. Dove I points out ands for seeding summer le- WASHER FOR ONLY $11 !'
    | / iiiMHniiiiiiiiiiiiiI / i of articles on the 1J propo.. revision by articles might resultIn gUIII( !!" Among the proven See -
    1 ed constitutional\ amendment In certain sections being revised\ games, are sesbania crotalarta, .' J
    t ,,3 In light of contemporary needs, velvet bean and: several varietIes -
    the April Issue ot the College of
    i it I More .Mentynd \Women I Ithe Business Administrations<< Econ- while) others would remain unchanged of field peas. A, few farmers I We've got those new *fafmost human

    omic Leaflets. rounding up the as they were drawn In are sowing trial plantings of
    \ tw I 1iy nine! remaining amendments facIt teas. leaving a patchwork type miry. Indigo, a new summer' Bendix Washers f New rites/ far bet/<;
    a ol Constitution\ ," over crop which has a limited
    at the November
    \ Florida voters -
    <' mr toC arnlefjch'stdchi .sybeeau' appreciate 5 g general electionCommenting I Although revision of the Con: place In our summer cover crop other automatic/washers/ f fu

    !a 5 mo-ldual|, l designs( tustftl I choir i ,' cloth! and pat i, upon Amendment I stitution by a constituent assembly -' program. J )
    5,. providing for the revision of is much more to be de-
    Urn Man or SYnmun, s i sorelect lit and = 1! The tongue of chicken with
    \ the state{ Constitution by article : sired Dovell I says nonetheless a tv'I t t
    s l p"rl'-cI )
    1. !nfopiKsal la tin attempt by the '' Florida deems It advlsablQ to call I pip" Is BO sore that the bird has you'd pond on an ol Legislature to simplify the pro Ion I the citizens tq elect a eonHltuent jciifllculty In eating Using a
    fS- -- I criHire of bringing! Florida's I II : assembly, the fifth sharp instrument such M a work >asher. you' Ca get nd of ALL n1SI

    1 C'phitltutlon up to date amendment presently underconsideration darning needle remove the scale the w*k with a BeruBcl If t tMiles' SIrl
    I HP explains I present procedure {I I Is a vast ,improvement at the tip of the birds tongue,

    I t i Ito .R In revising the Constitution?:, over preceding! methods in Rapid recovery usually follows 1
    I 1 s sI pointing out that any revision I II revising/ the ConsUtntlon" his treatment Bead_with w0 saving feature and ,

    TC must now be approved by three i Other proposed Amendments wshinl '! n
    I I i roulo no othfc w shef can match
    I fifths vote of all the members! touched upon by Lovell In the 'A framework made of poles I I
    I of both houses several pu blleaI :: article are: Increase of legislators and covered' with palmetto Yet thtft vice tags rile *cse sensational new 1u
    to 110 day, and leaves will'provide good<< shade I
    I I lions In newspapers in the 07; pay a '!
    counties, and ratification by a $7.50 a day expenses! or a totalof for birds on farms where natural models Je way below odw automaticwashets'
    A II majority amendment i iI st'811lonpllill he endorses; retirement 1 not available Shade and Come sfl the
    the latest models of
    = provisions for pllnty'' of clean fresh water grefet
    NrWE.ST DEP TMENT STORE I Under present revision laws, j Supreme are
    .i 5 OPPOSITE ST LU IE COUNTY BA rudy one subject can be voted I Court Justices giving the retired I. essential for flocks In hot else' ar > TIOMATIC $299.** wotld'i mvonte automat wagller: Buy the C
    g 109 So Secom Street Fort Pierce1111111nIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Jurists\ privilege to serve the weather.
    ; upon In any revision proposal.
    Ash sdesoaplsectoenrra} that Aiti best budget plan.
    t on
    rI : Under the proposed fifth amendment State If called upon, and consolidation you ousy
    ;\ of county tax assessors As small pigs are more easily Dw I It kifmtntd beef tca
    IIUIIIIIIIIIIIIBI 1II1II1I1I1I1II1II1IIr: revision machinery can be,
    .. J
    i and county tax collectors offices labelled' than large ones, it Isdvlscble
    In four counties '. to have Din vaeclnat-\

    I II West Pallrn I Beach Directory I kETCIIUM CATCHES' ed earmarked against! cholera before trated they and are f t

    It-LB. AMBERJACK "Ianed-at about t weeks of
    , age. It Is more economical to MhI.A,
    When In West Palm TheseCFirms Mack Ketchum, South Bend ,
    teach Appreciate Your PatronajeBADCOCK'S have pigs vaccinated early because 1 aur'Y..rf
    Ind, caught 70 ID.
    a amberjackfrom
    f not as much serium Is reQuired -
    r rI Capt. Curt Whltlcar "Oulf for large and ,
    as pigs hogs 4
    rN ; I .e[ MOOaa TO MGR." HAWTHORNE Stream" Sunday largest of } Early vaccination also provides
    1m I amberjacks landed on the trip '
    14 612 Clematis St. ROOFING CO. and, so far as The News knows, onger Immunity 1
    : one of the biggest ever broughtIn ; '
    I Furniture and ROOFING-HEET METAL Whet/Using truck. to haul ,
    here He and his father Car : I
    House Furnishings HEATING'Y.NTILATINGWATEaPBOOFIRG cattle to market, bed down the
    IANl .s orrons IBT. O Ketchum also caught
    floor with 4 inches of sand to
    ', grouper 7 Florida bonito
    I.SMATg sad ore and 3 dolphin provide safe footing for the xr
    a king mackereL animals .
    t ,
    When plants are infested with ,
    iphld*, complete with 1
    )W IS THE\IME TO DECIDE Insecticide Is necessary for satls-

    factory control, Care must bet
    WHfltH, ROAD CAR ON NMII a41 ie1A1995
    ISVpUR aken to apply the aphlclde to Mew MHtlX M sexs *2491Autonudc e
    both sides of leaves and stem Lie jn.j.rar u..alar
    LET US HE\P YOU ON THE JOAD TO HAPPX MOTORING sap lnwtor| tart.It U Ms awSet
    ,n ttn t to 1tl
    p else oaf
    D ive In Today For A CfWnplete Check.Up HEARING SET TOMORROW t
    For the fifth time a sched1ed .
    LXP\RT REPAIR SERVIC&AT ALL TIMES. 'il: u hearing by the Zoning COMI AND Sill COMI AND CHOOJIJ, COMIANOflVff ,o.t
    '\ fw.' } Board of Adjustment on the '
    eltJ'' refusal to grant permit to < the Baptist Church for SERVCE
    ; WILE MOTOR CO. of a 'new educational buildingnmedlately S a r'
    north of the church POST OFFICE ARCADE '

    "VR AUSBORN, Owner RUSS WILEY Sales and Service, Mgr bas' postponed Friday, Board Phones. Day 13 4St.uM
    Ntderal, l. Highway Phon. 291 chairman T J. r, Kennedy reset Night 33S-R ti r
    the hearing for tomorrow at city
    hall at 10 aun r

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    THE STUART JftWS', STUART, HABIT COCNTT FLORIDA THCIISDAT JUNE 8, 19JIJIJIIIiJmiitiimiiinMmiiiittMmniiitiniiHtiitmiiiiiiiiiiri FAG

    '\ iitrtes Palm City News HERE THIS WEEK Invention Voids Lauderdale announced the new' F.. .r..unj sod>.ma.* VinAMttMt na.rnt,.. --.'
    p "" I Industry a* the Ribbon-Writer Cm.o/ lot IW, N
    .... reneomd' ......... N b55. tt f
    of Interest To Veterans ---- Use of Carbons Corporation of America, The ..., .ss ....... ',
    r 'Pak
    " concern will manufacture a new 1..t.I[ .t w.'J'r.: : = .
    I Jam V A. Conlact Officer Pastor Hurt in Auto Mishap r y which be attached to aeb black ..d ninlarw'l" __ 0oh..en '
    I. device
    . ih Danla. Jun 1 (FNSt) This can lor .. ..... i
    I r Id ft R Lowery, Jt West Palm Beach Headqucfr 4 ryi1 enterprising cast coast city is any typewriter and make the use Par Nuo.r, ro.._ ..wt... '
    Monday 111 Comeau .loa, Lass 1 10M I. 55,5 T. m..tt..E
    I a.ML' P-m Bldg While Enroute to Minnesota stepping out with a brand mew of carbon paper unnecessary a* ,... -._ .. ....010 of __ .u.....
    1 ..IlpllnUUUIIIIuIIIIuIIIIIIhnlnrlllH11t,1II111U111Iillllllll, llltlllr Industry that will have a $1OOO/- it automatically reproduces a* lie *.... ,
    iiininroc '" "" fr et 000 annual payroll and live employment many.* *lx' copies If desired
    dure* on 01 home veteran, who pays the bin. Nov By MRS. ANNA B, DAT I { to hundred ot full Bale outlet are being established 'ASSEMBLY BEGINS '
    1tft tile dual purpose off the lender! will not know who ill ins, formerly Wattle/ Sllva,of Urn worker, according to the In 165 territories throughout The 35th annual Florida Baptist ;
    triform Word was received here Saturday I Is sister l of Mrs Carmel begins at Stetson it
    ; veteran to the appraiser of the Stuart, i Danla PresaSiegfried the United State, Becl hold Assembly
    or the quality ot eon-. property. from Mrs Wallace B Stern Link:, Mrs. Hazel Ormah. an< t v,7+ Bechhold of Fort said. University DeLand tonight"It's'theRealWGift
    purchased and of pro- The Journeyman or objective that they had been Involved I Ian IU Dan Silva, and aunt of DeNitiDeno da7i
    thi Government med wage toward which an on-the- auto accident while on their! Qrvnwn *
    QJt inferior proper- way to spend the summer I In Mrs Betty Phillip\ of Akron '
    announced today by Job veteran-trafnee Is working Minnesota in which Mr Steer Ohio, mother of fra. Doris Sto- r :
    .r.11I Administration. may be the ceiling which limit received a spinal Injury'\ called Set, has been called here on bust
    a. Ward. VA guarantee subsistence payments from the a lumbar compreisive tractor !hens and for the past 10 day habeen I
    she flue Southeastern! -Veterans Administration lnstea Mrs. Stem escaped with a few visiting<< at the home of he
    f for notified the Miami reg of the! new ceilings establishes slight bruises A son> /living In [daughter They expect to le; .vi, 1ROBERT _
    n..lasr2.itsw. .
    Gus that the new proced- Oak: Park, III.. was notified and: soon for Akron. ,erfj
    ,M, principally: 1 by recent Congressional action Immediately went to them and, Mr. and Mr*. 1. J. Lower ac' t I
    letter to !the veteran 'mWm If the, objective! : \ !page estate took them to his borne .where companled Mr and Mr, Rober Wanda Hendrix: and Audio Murphy ,
    of trtalble defect tactur Itohed by the employer with the< they will remain for the summe Baker of Stuart over the weel are real-life sweethearts starting their ,
    he may wish to State approving agency Is lower. Mr. Sterna is quite uncomfTt- end.' May JJ to DeLand when A e dream home with a Lane Hope Chest
    than' the new ceilings, the veteran able In a cast which he will has, they visited friends Dr, and r Give ;your sweetheart a Lane Cedar
    Mm that lenders ean- productive income coin to wear for about two month Mrs W, R. Newell. While there Hope Chert-Hha only tetttd AROMA
    loan beyond VA'; blned with his VA subsistence after which for time he ''WIll they helped to celebrate Dr. Mew. TIGHT Cedar Chest in the world 1 1"Mi
    ta'reasonable value'irmulrstheVAtoguar cannot exceed that objective< wear a brace' but doctors thin ell* birthday.
    wage Earl C Adams, chief of he will out of it entire!; cI ZIBRODZulwod t'
    n the come Mr*. Charles Stoesel ant( OunTIuta" [ ve1-Gi ,
    rehabilitation and well again. ,He Is not bedfast daughter France, and, mother ipecbi Bed Cros field -
    aid experience has renal I i of the VA. Miami O, May 10th they left f're' Hew to Brunswick a a. May 23: representative from Atlanta who f -....... ..-. ,.
    tab' spot in the law that office, dated for their summer vacation Before and returned home the same day Is conducting a IS.hour water yt; r.{ WANDA HENDRIX AUDIE MURPHY I.
    8'.e provision and other 1 1II leaving Florida they visited France remained at the home will /. a._ ,,-..'.- ,
    week -
    In FIVE HIGH SCHOOLCHEERLEADERS safety,class here this i ., '+! '
    at Walton
    necessary Fort where they wen Brunswick ,
    lunwii in y
    of her aunt 1,0.
    I jppiicaUoni NAMED deep sea fishing and reallY! David Baker Jr, of West Pain be giient speaker at both civic' 4 =.=.... 1 1atf.
    er provision permit only caught red snappers, grouper,; of Mrs Felix Fitie dub meeting this week. Hotwv y 'Ds_ Glory" e I '
    eels the appraiser? of his i lean Dare and flea Beattj bonlta, etre. Their trip to a former Beach Sunday son here visitant + heard him yetwrday noon Y'r r
    rr j. Th Jaw Intends were elected by the Martin )home in Minnesota has bee n spent friends and Kiwanii i :tomorrow, Hm subject
    j appraiser represent the County High School! student coop cancelled, Their address for thsummer Is "Water *
    as cheerleaders for, the W48- M 82 Linden Ave.. Oa Mr. and Mrs. 3. E. Lower wen iY iYR iYS
    49 school! year at a cheerleader Park, Ill.. and they will be happto over-night guests Friday In West BONDS QUOTA
    election at the school May 21, t hear from friends here They Palm Beach at the home of Mrs
    TRACT & ,TITLE They will Join five holdovers Fay report cool "weather there, I Lucille Fine. 321 PER CENT ATTAINED
    Reddish Sara Roberts Norms Mrs. Ann Whittle;' lster ol ''
    IRANCE CO., inc. Orlner Adair Mahan and Ola The Home Demonstration Clu ,Mrs. 8. E. Lane, recently left for Region 8 which include St / et at j
    I Rlcardo, to form the teven-glrl will meet Monday at t. pm at a visit in Washington D. C. She Lucle Martin and Palm Beach a '"""' ;r .(sresraerst a

    I corps. the home Of Mrs & E, Lane adileted ha accepted A position there ir Counties had attained 314 Pcent .t' ; t
    I Iw
    iVicto Arcadehone Elected lIB alternates Friday by one of the Crew* sis: Government service of its assigned quota In the
    were June Poll o c k. Thelrru tern This meeting was achedul Mr and Mrs. O F. Blauveit) ar! Security Loan bond campalgi
    Bishop and Alma Barnhlll The ed to be held at the home of Mr; leaving "today for Miami ,:wleretbey
    the :were chosen from 12 candidate 'Pauline Crews but due to chicken expect to visit friends fol by May IS the saving bond dl.-.

    *. Of the seven MLss Roberts I pox in her home the mestini! two weeks. Miami wa their vision of the Treasury Department .0111 t a'- i
    t tOth.e
    and Miss Dare will be senior place: ha been changed. Sub home before coming here. announced yesterday The + .
    / 353INSURANT 1rAR next: fall Miss RIcardo and )trot studied will be "Child Oa v." Mr. and Mr. David DeVreei drive for nearly $14.000.000 ended eel.en test JTA.O Me se ys Jr'9 95 a
    Miss Orlner Juniors, and Miss Mr and Mrs. Harry Swingle and son, Marvin of Orand Rap- Monday
    Realty, Miser Mahan and Miss hurst of Jensen Beach were din Ids. Mich. and Bradenton were Martin County quota 1 II $76.- lee. Cbue tdf9rs
    Reddish sophomores A corps tar guests at the home of Mlnd guests of her aunt, Mrs A. H. 000 of which by the middle of: 59r1 9a.red
    RACTS captain wlU be elected In the Mrs. E M. Higbee May 26 Bursonl, and Mr. Bursonl Sunday the month $18.826 had been subscribed ..
    Nova vwg fall. AU must abide by the same Mrs A. H. BurtonMrs./ F. I,. A family dinner wa en- In E F and Q bonds. Thiregion
    r/ scholastic eligibility rules set up Higbee' and Mrs E.!: :M. Hlgbe at the Bursonl! $811535 P
    Joyed Sunday total to tar la
    American Walnut
    for the schools athlete and children spent Friday ii Mr A. Ad.aeh.d is No 2231, Breath-taking Waterfall design: i
    home Other guest were
    New Guinea and Zebra Woods Hand rubbed finish..
    West Palm Beach. and Mrs. F L. Higbee andehll- LIFE and l00 and exotic q
    DELEGATES WILL !MEET V. V. Wortham R. F. Worthan dren and Mr, and Mrs. E. M. Hig-
    Jacksonville (h'h)' Frank D. and F L. Higbee and Mrs E. M. bee and daughter. '
    (LOW COST) Upchurch of St Augustine Said Hmbee and children spent Fri Meads have writ LANE EDAR HOPE CHEST
    The Myrten
    Thursday a meeting of the 28 day in West Palm Beach and delays on .,
    delegates elected In the May 4 V. V. Wortham p.. F. Worthan ten of car trouble gTTJART r
    I INSURE+ TAX TITUS] primary has been called for and F L Higbee were InItiated their way home. Tennessee for and 'M'+ Flit MOTH INSURAMI POLICY, written by one LIBERAL Ivy sew 0.. 0'" h... 1 i a
    to over SINCE
    had lay
    Monday at Tampa to organize Into the Order of the Eastern they .L f HM wwU targnt /lniu see temponitt, toes with vwiiml paymtnl lies la"s '
    for the Democratic: national, con Star. Unity Chapter No. IT* 6tu<- trailer repair m vwy UM Ud. dim. \ TERMS Onlyefowilallarf. a + 'r
    ventionHere's art Thursday evening. Mr. and Mr*. W. L. Mellander
    Mr*. Mary Brown ot Mlam end children, who left recently I,
    i left Tuesday for her home after for Geneva Ohio have writtenof
    two weeks the Petty hop e being delayed In Washington
    I Kith Mr*. Pt\:\,-and her lrlidMis. D. C.. by car trouble and of a W e I t 11 '
    Lena Felgle rtslt there While the repair were t t I''
    e Tha Palm City Woman's Glut made Speelalla.far '
    will put on a campaign !Ihliuunvwer MI'*.' Helen: Arnold and Mrs. : / l;
    to raise\ funds for a clut Marie Slanger spent the weekend :1'/ 1
    building Mrs Robert Montgomery in Homestead and Flamingo t tale a..f10f No le T..r.t al.. tits t i :1'l

    I It chairman pf the property with relatives. i;
    arlve assisted by Mrs, Henri Marjorla\ Hodapp is spending. Informatlni Ch.u. 1r e.d 0117 (.h.w..b...) km. l.a.', ra ee d .o ebsi. My. "
    Crew and other members who this week on vacation in Melbourne For i' ;
    are anxious to get a club building at the homes of her sisters REAl ESTATE-IN, RANCE ;
    for entertainment, parties, Dorothy and Winifred. .
    Ar&thtr Write )
    dance! and regular meeting. Herbte and Jackie are also In or Si ROWELL F RNITURE CO. i
    The members will be'notified ol Melbourne living in their trailer JOHN E. TAYLOR .
    Reaso for special meetings during the sum- and are employed there in con-. I .
    ,itructlon work. Oseeol Bldf /Phone 1IU MARVIN H. ROWELL, Owner' 'i r It',.
    usifg ner.Mrs. 'Wattle'Calkins of Hla- Mr. and Mrs O. B. Cadwell sro T I (
    -. r leah recently: visited relatives in had as their fnests reeentlv their M-nfcw M.rtln Mr eaib.e We Close ednesday* At Noon '
    I Stuart and Palm City and returned niece, Miss Ina A. Batrtls, aIrrstndnenhew. I If :,,
    JXEDQ FEEDS borne last Thursday afterI -- Gordon D. Man- ,
    Y II I two-week vacation to,..*.'Calk- nee i and his friend, Henry Miller,
    all of New Haven Conn, They

    returned: and home frs.May O a 29Mr Cadwell TH RE ARE GOOD REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD HAVE A j--

    SEA and their New Haven guests -
    Bette 'The Sell!" were Week-end guests May 22 of
    e Eat
    bey Higher They
    H E" Mr. and Mrs Harold Johnson

    'beal'th1l't' West Palm Beach _ _ GENERAL ELECTRIC R '
    OPERL -.J livestock i* fatter growing TA LE L h x Herbert Sudhotf, Jr, la home
    *tockrelAlng more tier pound of feed con'j for a two-weak vacation from
    med, j lnc yV>u a better profit,when market day: COMPACloseel the University of Florida. H! :
    ands und.Sts will return for the summer session :
    of Miami Is I HOME'II
    and poultry raiser find they save time and .
    here at
    few day
    also visiting
    rk I r using Tuxedo Iced ]complicated feeding I the Sudhoff home. -; fI fIa
    Itr n. In Tuxedo Feed your stock and poultry get All Day ,!
    e p i uleins, the Vitamin*, the mineral, and other Th.... .Ml'(".. OrB OHiw Daro, '
    m, '. they nerd for best results Every ingredient I .r I P. Ail Durl. ..eee _. COUNTY CATTLEMENPLAN --c': FREEZER'

    lai tory-leeted, feeder tested, to give you the Rod' and Roe/ RepairingNo ; ; ON CONFERENCE l r
    ata value in| every pound of feed pur'chaaed.A ---
    Delay conference of '
    The midsummer
    P mgt. Service the Florida Cattlemen Association ?$' CONVENIENCE...

    STORE .will be held In Fort Pierce 'I rI n tees. earlpe v... eec. coos l lC
    Sell tor All this month it I* announced In '
    We /aria arose ..1s roes asecess, t ,
    CLER AVE PHONE 210 MakA of Reel !the June issue of the Florida l i+ k
    CaCUematt. The conference will, \ .
    last one day and Include a bar / '
    Harr Swinglehurat becue and making of plan for SATO MONEY... -

    UXEDQ FEEDS Owner the remainder of the year a program ', 0... vov ow... 011-
    O Dixie highway L. A. 8andy" McKenzie, J.. ON. INI 000' Yon IV' ;
    of the Martin County y '
    UVESTOCK, VND POUITRX 'Jar Jensen Beach Cattlemen Association will head

    the delegation from this county e
    Other expected to',attend vicepresident Include -- Yea shop in your owEkhUn' with a G.. E.. HOME FREEZER The i Von of the year or unexpected f1uesti are n'v"rprobltmi I 1

    Myrl William ,

    director and chairman. Becretary-Treasnr-of the boardof G. E.. H*. Fri.rt hold' vp lo.280 pounds of food :, fooJVoy) foist yourself ,, food you buy Meets' JL 1 \

    wtrte,,,, ? er L. M Johnson and other of ,. .-

    i !the Monthly director report* on the Florida fish, fowl,'vgtw.s, fruits, *v.n,brtod and pqitrnt or. kepi for movt 0***friih. 0< the day you put. them*. I'

    tick eradication program In M v "
    Martin County how one herd of Iq, Yv a G* IK Hem Frtltir o n.c.saily from the tlandpeirl olonv a'-
    80 cattle wa dipped In March t 1

    .'r I IKE and dipped two in herd April.ef 837 No cattle infestation were nine* cfd laving meney, fee any modern home, For farnfiheipitali Ih t lfiA \ '

    or quarantined herd were reported .' /

    month.In Inspector the county were for either R.! M.. rc Ji crusts lhri a G. E* freezer (for every, "use.. Quick d ';.. ''j ',

    Tabb and Lewi Thomas The t c tueI ,

    PUP ->Y HOME latter 1 II a State Inspector. deliveriM '. .| ..* your" G* E.cr.oTe, newt:"! I Ii 0G b d t0' t

    LIVESTOCK IALZSJacksonville .e ,
    June 3. Livestock r
    f e Have the Jrlrial* Necessary for the RP" to Your nroducers' cent S,721 cattle I
    SEE US FIRST i and ne hog to market through
    0fle If A New
    < You Ap Planning 10 Florida tale center this ="

    r Your Building aterial Need able week,today according in Jacksonville'to figure anil office MARTIH! COUNTY 'ELECTRIC CO. i-e-ea..+,...r.,.r -.c

    of Florida State Market JOHN J '? y
    W. KELLER Mgr
    Report from eight of these mars '
    ASA LUMBER CO. ket revealed gross eaah pay- 203 OSCEOLA AVE. PHONE 75 .aas+ e,,
    menU to producer during the ..Ma..h ...a..tr.d ''
    week totaled $XMM2.
    ART PHONE 66 FLORIDA atb.on two market: .being unavaU- .



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    ,. ,. .. YOUNGSTER' EMPLOYMENT GAINS employment d3Jo9
    u" nonod l..pr.r p Tbo.a F onb BANKERS ENUMERATE CHADBOURN en
    Week's I... 04 .. ESCAPES INJURY IN FALL manufacturing employment cent above rl'O'
    j LegalInstruments Wol'!.. H MnOM U W, V Smith.Kdwmrd CONSERVATION AIMS Florida ,d
    I .... FISHING -- experiencing
    : Uwdwlir U 1. M B y r I In Aorti revealvd an "s
    Cwpuir. .. Iktiiclw. 1, Dwlght Emerson Chadbourn, of 7,900 Iron bisrc
    I Nabya ya vwryld Orlando Proper Soil. and ahnualt lain tot the first time\, Smith, ,
    1 L T..L Mr Mrs. PhUlp H. is
    11l.: 10 Or M t, son of and
    tf! : W L. M. D9r.0wa '. water, 'COnservation practiceswere since last' fall Manufacturing Industrial
    Pal, /II. HadwWk.. III g. H. >>......1c1l.t IN THE FAMOUS listed as the No. 1 projectIn Chadbourn of Stuart and Wash Ulmnunsiult
    WAumn'EhnE .... I --
    p ti, .. .,i+ w ex 7.. H+rbrt U.n ; U Fr...'" J Crlk ; the program of the agricultural ington D. C.. miraculously
    aMLoMAKtw.a.inR.y St. Lucie Region serious Injury last week
    t : escaped
    'f ,. .u w. M.Ilu.d. w b.. Hun. K. not *l u, U.Hotel" WHl. committee of the Florida bridge
    PACE a :? ', 4 00n T. l uw! n L, ...., L (ISM,. .: when he fell 58 ft. from a
    A.. a:. HlncltlmKW 4o H. 0 WIIHumuoI TH*' TRU* SPORTSMAN n A GUARDIAN Or NATURAL IUOIIKCI Bankers Association, It was announced near his horn In Washington Rest
    W ,.. (I)>1W wad HrfMllIlK' CemplUur .Iff K.V and Sailsport
    Ei$ W n.h.NJ here by J; O Camp, He suffered no broken'bones
    p ura
    GI.IDAT ,. it itJual
    < lull I 1MftlrhM >
    I K Hllln Itut I Lou+ l r t +k I
    a. tl Wba ? a IYawrw ,* ,.WUtun.*t 111 i. Jm Hniloa By ERNEST LYONS president of the association, of only light.head Injuries, I it was
    et.... Warren D. Small ol El Paso A 'trip over to the KIsslmmee Fort'Lauderdatela I reported. He ell while attempting Frazier Creek
    M H H
    to BridjpTOn
    Xuwt. SJ\h
    ii. ;itmuA. Jr., to'l'st..t.. Texu, bfoyier-ln-law of Stuart River should b& productive; and addition to conservation, to pluck an elm tree leaf and ( U. Ifir
    apart /'Mlp| d. t.... to Lori M. FOIL ', own Cap'n Flagg, U heading Of course If you have the way the agricultural committee; out landed on, a sloping bank, but New Ownership
    SATISFACTION/ OF MORTGAGE beck to the range after lined additional activities which several hours later he was sittingus
    BlMUlM H h P. BkilnMIIMMM end means to get back to BlueC'pre..a BIH CHE OLLACKnu
    pabn '' Honk:;: rd 1..rt.l'r7w. T. lUiun.: tangling with tome North) Fork Lake Lake( Wilmington will be stressed this year. Youthorganlz.Uons In his hospital bed talking
    tarpon under the tutelage of theCapn 4-H to his He and tits parents Invites" To Enjoy
    Including and parents.
    With! OklOrr'RdnL ,
    t )!( 1. .B y.nNo" west of Vero Beach) you should
    "You have a mighty line Future Farmers of America will were pictured in a Washington 1
    find superb bass Rea Spaghetti
    fishing hat a
    tame? j ji.r't C"b." ..*. lIo"k. rf Stu.it to WIII\\.. LArtn.n. town," he said "and I'm coming large and deep body of cypress be supported at every opportunity newspaper after the mishap

    N/1I.g to UUt. **" *' Ip., back to catch that tarpon I hung borttered<< water One way) In which the youthof OW SEfeVlNG
    AIH"l: auildin._ C.a, t. C1 A. all Onn end got dx Jumps Out of Saturday /' the State will be encouragedIs It was the boy's second close

    W. L.. at fkk. ... t. Claom M., Tr.- afternoon" Small pent Local casters tell us that the through increased use of the escape, About. year ago In Sty- AL ALS X A LA CART
    d.IL two weeks here vacation vla- snook fishing has been excellent Board fell from his fathers auto ,
    .' > };, on County of Commissioner art he
    I W. t, li ::: lUng the Tlagga scholarships which are provided while It was traveling about PlWs
    CtltMl1 1<< Nrnk of 1I."rt t. y., Y......... Hundreds of small tarpon are there have alto been good catches :: tor in the) Florida statutes of miles an hour, but he suffered' REDUCED
    QUITCLAIMS In from the North Fork. The St. '
    evidence around the narrow 1941. only scratches.France
    .rry f. l>r.* t. Mrrtl. Hun. M pR." Lucie remains clear and the past
    of North Fork thcsfe after
    swtpw'\ 8MM "Loo.d TI.la Con REAL MEA
    1HU-iU0n:::.' to Mirrtln; Coolly, noons and In' the early mornings .: two weeks have seen tM appearanpq It Is correct to wear gloves originated and legally

    3 C Hulk!,t. Oor ArhoMM>ct| >'.u rl.. thill M vll. R.,t Fo..n.Gen .,., -'range from little 6 to 8.pounders -I of large. schools of small While eating and drinking at adopted the metric system in
    .... Om*"?, IM up to 50-pounders; and menhaden which should attract Very formal teas. 1799
    AFFIDAVITI game fish. Quite number of ,
    Burt Frultt tells us that there ,
    f Jim win u>.Ib. Public.T Jewflsh have. been caught from
    : t. ll.. .: ft, Th. public are some Grandpas sprinkled idwith '' t '
    J, X. Miitdfetim lo Th. Public. the youngsters beneath the railroad bridge in & :'
    Dollars" ;
    LEA5EI the past few weeks.
    They are beautiful fly-rod and _
    1 .hlito UpvlMOU t9 U.R.A.Yarnw
    ChMon to tUneltUHrdnlm. Com. light-casting rod tarpon for the Bottom fishing should be good Spent
    1f is {I Ic' ,..... most part and'..man!-what ac- at the inlet, barring. summer Con

    N 7 111,0 ASSIGNMENT. l.ad tsa. t. .0"',.l1d.MORTGAGE II".'.' v,...... tion when you do connect! squalls! which roll the water and At Home MARTIN COUNTY Ali
    u.", ....,. Backwoods ponds and ditches those fortunate enough to bane '
    MORTGAGE are rapidly' drying up, so the live''shrimp or live shiners mould At Home ;

    II), M H: Knim fmk: ,.l.Jr.Krot. l L.J. N.dribwrW Jonln.o..' fishing Is declining except tb for catch plenty of channel bass andsnappir I BUSINESS DIRECTORYYour
    Jo Ltwho !It. tWror to rln ...ur.. 1Ia. the larger bodies of 'water ThereIs In the Sun Parlor Reports Stay .
    i... ad .,-" A.oel.t/.n. still considerable water in the are sea trout are I COUll
    .. .
    .. .
    l4'1a,1.// Synth t. .11' 1 I..a Coopoop intithe
    II J BLINDS ''Myrtle How e' .1. to Clt...... II.... .0 Aye big Rim extension Ditch In north St Lucle of Orange County one plentiful man we know Indian caught Elver-and Business Card In This' Section Every Week Will Bring You Business \

    \ Traeo M nufacturing Co.l M M.r.r.cHAtteL, Jr., Is MoaTGACtS. IH..bobo C...., i and we hear reports of good released U the other morning r r
    l 0000.. ., catches of bass and bluegllls but the season is closed on these -- -'-
    sox t012 FORT PIERCE I. A. ., t. R.rt Jakob... I
    .'> \ DiuKlilrvUS PENDENS from "up a.ay.Graduatets. I until June 20COUNTIES'. CA'BINET
    The Bat FRANK'HALE
    Rr..r, !Pr.inwUn. t.. ... w.
    -_._ ._. 1II... I COST ROOFINGAND
    LECTRIC J., W CILSOfcboloa '

    You.\ idle Gown Has Rich fiancee Boat Houses. 1 l" C:verve BId.

    moneyearn OF OPERATIONUP Kitchen, taurl Repairing' I All Types Of Marine I I doAve lists!

    I Cabinet and all tlfell Construction
    Colorful History lor do Ave. I I Fully equipped tofci
    appliances. Radio a >
    \: $4,54 MAN I Phone 9141 and Leave I Ivan Taylor kinds of .,:abihet wl

    MARTIN COONELECTRIC Message .fcjD. Boa 474 I Furniture repair tl'u
    Gainesville, June 3. Ever
    I I
    curious about & scholar and wyt.p.aawulStuart' I PHONE'104J_ I Spraying ,
    cap Tallahassee June 3.-The coat Phone 75 Fla. ".
    % gown-colors, tassels and fiowng -I of operating Florida counties, "J ,

    sleeves? without adding school expenses,
    I A rich and colorful history lies was $4 M more a person last year
    'Ji I 1 lr Annum behInd such, educational pageantry than in 1948 1"- CASEY'jGolden rWell Or
    i State Comptroller C itf..Gay'. way

    on Just as a soldier can be distinguished annual compilation of county fi.. Cat C p" Uncle Billy MorsAWIIOaIZED
    Injured SavingsAccounts ; as to rank, division nanclal data showed a per capita sez. .. .
    and honors by his uniform, Insignia expenditure of $15.93 by counties CabinsTrters rut) a
    / and decorations;-*o theeducator' during the fiscal year which hoer Eats an* Gas 1 IRwr..do..... nkMl.4! kr Ik. AutWr, c...h F, Wll!...'. F'RD
    ended last Sept. 30.
    school rank and degrees -
    The Federal Silinps and Loan Insurance Corporation
    That compared with, $11.39 Bottle Beer jferved
    are Identified by the vivid per SALES ND i turn
    insures imlhllual. accounts to $5,000. Husbandand colors of his hood, the chevrons capita,, expenditure in 194(1( and Sunda Wouldn't th' Congress set up DA&AND sire
    Wile (may ha I total-of $15,000] fully insured. on his sleeve. the cut of his robe was 79 per cent higher than the /p-.a howl, if th' YOUNGSTERScould WRECjtER SERVICE
    I 1 First for Trust Funds, Is well as Funds held l by Guardians, The /Color: lining the scholar i : But even with the heavy expenditure vote today| and would e r IEraWP
    n:'. Administrators tid, Executors. hod Identify his alma mater and the 67 counties ended Fed. Hitjhtwftr No. 1 n't th' oldsters cry, "Foul, NE 9141I

    the: school colors also may be i their last fiscal year with more I Foul," if th' minors could
    j 1 .. [Call or Write used as background color for the cash on hand than the year beforeUTT7,199 J ha,' thf SAY and THEY
    : ileeve chevrons or for the mortarboard against $10,- should rule that men OVER I -
    ":' tassel Where different I 261820, NC FIFTY Get ilea etf Was
    must be FIRST to i
    'J":; FIRST! FEDERALSavings schools use the same official That was becauae'of recon
    fight th' WARS I
    color, separate shades Are established revenue receipts, which. aver That they RIECAPVOIJR
    t.;. l for each. aged,$16.63 a person, compared HIGBEEWORTHAj ( had ,seen the'r days when

    ]1'", ,'i zfrd Loan Association The cut and style of a achonar'sgown Kith $1161 the year before q nifty, and would make most TIRES

    : though few realize It, IndIcates Total receipts last :year excellent TARSI '
    I r: of dian River CountyVERnEACH the educators rank. The amounted to $37,465.288, and total Yes, you would hear some .Rrt.r. wow 1 b, t.RA"v, Sndm.aY lwr..w. ..

    \ FLORIDA bachelor's I gown, with long expenditures were. 435981- General Contractir ORATORY th' like of N A t-_ P0 p
    j 1312 Dial 2137 pointed sleeves. la worn closed 464. and Repairs which never heard _
    -aoth street they
    The amount spent last
    misers year
    \ It the top while both the
    P. I would '
    O. Box
    not like th' CHASON'SFederal
    was $10358007 more than the category
    and the doctor' are customarily
    r R W. ScdgvMcmbtr 'k, Secretary-Treasurer worn open: The sleeves year before. One Block West: P n and pf,course, it it absurd!i' Sere $laliM

    s Ftdcr 1 me Loan Bank and Federal of a masters gown are closed More than half the amount of City Bridge OnRight T Yet facts art facts. we're not %

    Satings and _oan Insurance Corp. with a slit near the elbow for,the the Increase went lor construction r much good when nearin' th' ineliw.j

    Current dividend tal arm while the doctor gown is and major renovations of faihn line| we've lived bur
    notable for its full round open public buildings and purchase or Jives +... had what fun we '

    sleeves and velvetThe decorated with chevrons, equipment went for maintaining Another big county chunk could_t |lead that's th' way it is with minel I TFU 1ANI

    mortarboard cap Is heed road systems BE MORE Te' idea's this, I'm puttin' across the) OLDSTERS NOW' I ret Je'Tu'
    Waterfront Properties by> all degrees as J5( the hood School expenses were not Included CLAMOROIJSNIWCLOIIV VOTE TH' YOUTH;to take
    which varies In length with the In the report because they up arms and suffer th' loss-. DO

    d Along the Indian and St Vide rivers and Hobe Sound. i scholars rank, the doctor's being are board supervised which ends by Its a separate businei FOR: DULLUrytEas you know that's /just th' truths. they haggle, an' harp/'till FE S
    the longest and lesser degrees
    Y Ytl Ocean 7ontaaw.A shorter Only distinguishing year at a dltlerentime.. I in a FUSS, and then decide to FIGHT, but boys who can't'' /

    i ference In a tassel Is the gold MAss i VOTE hav' to FACE TH' MUSS -I 1 can't see where ifa CENt INE II

    'al one worn only by presidents 01 i RIGHT! IN9I, u' stoat] J
    ac Institutions and persons holding Little< roin.nSTUART
    = I aq ; a doctor degree. FEil D !

    o ,frNIr i Academic costumes had their Beauty fehop IM FLAU.MI A\f ,nnn|
    5 )0 rlgln in the 11th and 12th Cen- JACK MA fIN, Hr
    urlei and reached their state
    I w of modern development In Eng-
    rft + land. Though used in the United -COMPLETE I -.: I
    I States since colonial days by the Boat Stormge I
    older colleges and universities Electric and Refriiera Plumbing & Heating Quint Stoll
    /lid the cap and gown came Into general \ 'lien SERVICENo
    i'f use in the latter part of the Fresh Water In J tli. T 1| a Or Sheet Metal I MeahL raer1M

    last century when a code for Covered Stall Too Small l UMI'\JIQ, SYSTEMS And Riien, Fob I
    their use was established/
    Dry Storag} ROBE SOUNDELECTR1VCO. I ". I.. T..'a..a NO JlltlenTLE. /

    a J. rod..5 rte r. BR L.... aloe G LlasMr
    c.......,. STUART PLUMBING
    ( B.. T.ppo .MURPHY. C. .. IhJ.r.DUD He's Got w Jackson'sWorks Bo Day P & METAL WORKS Jen n Beach

    PA.M b 1edl Coy.slot. HobS
    t :: Florida t* ae. A lUrfitliurllorid Life!. d3271 Rox *4fHONMlD. < /1a. ,.t r.w r.YP
    B... .f to Allot. O blllud Nit hone
    B'.'. of Plnrlita. to J R. B..>r. Jaw. I r0 o! t Pb... WPITCHFO / ., lit tin, S. M NE 9131.1
    DEED: AND KELIASI: : We'll give f>ut Worn, St t 347.JC .
    I II Iodlen(... D..Iopi Co.MIV to '
    1:1.: K. Troup.Indt.nt.o. fatigued tirjp a
    J INraw..01. C..pa ,10 wind thfuJrl make 'em _

    Indian obi0.Dna..,....int Conp.iir to.t. l ride like l nd-newt Bring 'S
    'sow.'tl .. Ds.MI.. l htopher 1.- -C iNCRtJlFouffations
    .I! Iodl.o.. 1>0._.... Caoeuy 110 in youiyuld tread-bares Jensen
    0. Co 5.4000.' today.Jre'll renew fm In E trio dwe. I Fb"0Driv !
    t i ia', ladlent. Dr.\ C...... to CAM I Sde.aIII;
    I O. IJ If,._ a jift *ays.
    India... h..elwwent ConpanyRIchiH Uo S M
    p Brick
    'J. 0 Co"."." I., sonable Prices voaCottages Bloc:
    n lndlat.w. DtvwIopRUoodai ... C..pn1 I' an Boats TRY TIlfM til. Septic rub
    HaiL *- THE
    f w I.dlad".. D..ma.n. Cu.par WLUNord 'Stuart' RecapService SeafWHOLL.ALE In Fact
    ... General 'ring
    )0t wnh. ARE tfORE CowlD
    THAN In
    p Fltl SIMPLE RETAIL, every: 'nf
    7J .........
    11.7 Corn Mf W.:1'' : Bait F I. Appliance pairs APT to HAVE IT. NTILEI

    ( i ir' t The term 'bllzxardT1 Is sup- li .on's Service Station JENSEN EACH PHONE 7 '

    I posed to have become popular-. -0. FED: HIGHWAY U. I. I DECKER
    r'r'I r'I zed 880-81.during. the severe winter of P .. 11:1.: Sl..rt, FIr 1 Al samcE France Apts., nnez 1 Jen n-Beach Boa 936 Phone!:


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    Listings of Improved and Vnlmpro\l Properties Fred A t
    : Throughout!; Martin Count JOB', afford S ART St rtBLAL

    00 PAY
    4' \ ACREAGEI IRAN S R.g .,-eCI1I,1..r CO. Auto P
    Bewail s Point Rirer-ta-Rlrcr properties / O Your Civil
    I t and. Paid For ::: YARN NES Modem tG

    4 r Jupiter Island'Ocean-to-Sound EstatM Sites USED CAR NEWS sdland' AMELS And Tra) V

    Se. U. !leforeYou
    I, t 41 ; \B ARBOGAST Sell or \ J urveyorSteart SHeaw RENTAL) IY' '

    ,, .)/ r Trade PHONE, '300 f10rldaI MSD.PONTill ALI. r

    n ,tiWATEE7RONT,; raopunq' IuIraue SUNRISE MOTOR' COMPANY I Phone ."., UCT5P1505. a 6
    r t su-si i. Dlxl$ 105 Yrimes .lIONa INI. P. o, bead. P. Bez $V old m. o.J .

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