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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 10, 1948
Publication Date: 1938-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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ILIOARD Melbourne Bank AMENDMENT TO CITY WIRING PREDICTS GROWTH EDO AGREEMENT Jensen, Drive : 38TOCRADUAtEk,:'k :' L: !



1 0 0Cirle Officer to Talk LAW STAYED; SUBSTITUTE HiT FOULS GOURSON'Extra May'Receive' IN EXERCISES ;,1'j'j/ j t



' )Physical Education At Civic Meet Passage" of Emergency Ordinance 186 Amending Section 30 Fee"P for Tax Bus Service FRIDAY NIGHT { ,

Of Ordinance 138 which governs electrical wiring in the city wat ,
at ...I.-- Roll Covert Only
Teacher Named Commissions tack --'-
for
delayed until the City June 23 meeting ." ,'
School c. A Chambers 3 Attesiort Stuart. Jensen Beach, the Indian '
High* tecretary-
of a full board at last night session at city hall '
treasurer of the Tint Federal The action the I -- River Drive and Ton Pierce FSU Dean Will Be Guest :
commission decided against taking any on
lira appointment including Savings and Loan Association in County, Tax Assessor A. C. may be linked by a new bus service Speaker aa'' School ; : ,
were made by the Melbourne, will! be guest speakerat proposed wiring: ordinance drawn up by a group of Stuart Couraon said Tuesday he "was In the near future It was "
!teachers
iriea tool) Board for the 1e48-48 a joint meeting of Rotary and wiring contractor represented at the meeting by c. A. Christopher .I at a low"' to explain the reported revealed at the Monday night Year Cloaea '

riwoi rear at a spoclal meeting Kiwanis Clubs at the Woman'sClub To Christophers remarks on the subject, Mayor W. R. Bakel new "extra feet agreemelJtitalned session of Jensen Beach Businessmen out \
court house Friday after- tomorrow at 12:15: P.m. pointed out that the board 1 is Interested \only In protection tot Thursday between the '* Association. l'ush\ of grade cards to- '
the followed
morrow
i b1 the format
loon\ Chambers Was a leading 'figure -! \the public by demanding that electrical wiring be done correctly Everglades Drainage District and Sunrise But Company of Fort graduation exercises for 38 mem- ,

I Hit board will hold Its regular In the founding of the association -I but not to ,say who may and who may not do; a ilven Job. The I I tax assessor of the 11 counties Pierce It applying to the Florida ben of the high school senior t .
meeting at the court house in his city and it Is the emergency amendment would act feet and tall. for appointmentof In the- EDD under which plan Railroad Commission for such a elaaa at the East .th St. band- .'

anight UK It wat postponed 48 youngest In the series ot- ucb an electrical! Inspector: and aim let fees and order naming! of j only three. of the. It assessors franchise Edward Ward, civic Shell a' S p rn.,wilt conclude theyear' '
would receive
loun from Tuesday because of ,banks in South Florida He Is expected an Inspector for pnimblng!'! the extra fee for group secretary, announced activities In the Martin
I making the EDD tax roll In
Itm night at the high school tQ explain In'detail the A request by Sinclair Refining Company representatives fat I their up Negotiations have been carried County school/ iIY1Item.Dr. '

I MM sally Stevens.21, of JJort workings line of such >.n'> organization a change in Ordinance 131 t which limit the amount of gasoline respective counties. on for the past several 1. Broward Culpepper, .
lure elected gina physical, In with the movement : The agreement was reached at week with the Greyhound Lines dean of students at .
Florida State
was under which may be stored at one point In the city to 1000 gal to revise LEGII R POWELL, JR. ,
way in Stuart now la setup a meeting of the EDD commla-
Instructor at Martin, for such service, Ward said, University in Tallahassee, will
-ducaUon High School to replace one of these bank4 in Martin I It to 9000 gal: 1/si taken under advisement/ A motion to pay to A prixliction that FWUa. Is "tit*. I ttonert for a hearing on their until word was received that the be guest epeaker at the exercises \

-oufltr\ Sidney Marcia Morse who County. a Chicago bank til,129.3S Interest\ on Series A. B and C refunding tiiiLii In experience, even grruleraculuratinu I budget for the year beginningnext Fort Pierce concern had'' similar during which the high .

[alined iut recently to seek her i The campaign for $100,000 bonds Issue of 194.1 due on July, 1 was passed 3.1 with Commlssioner <- In population I NilJ, and held at the plans. Greyhound and Sunrise I school band will play and Principal ,

Ljitert degree Mba Stevens from a minimum of TS tubccrib: Arle Stuart voting "no.* !growth" Will made Tueluy by r Comeau Bldg. In West Palm Bus Company would work in I Erwin r. Johnwlck will sS'
tu graduated this month fromState era got under way this week under -- ------- Ptiwtll president of the Sew Beach. harmony on the route, he declared flounce the class Ylledlctodall; l/ I
University in the' direction 6l frank EQulsenberrr Coursun pointed out that hit Sunrise busses making. and aalutntorlan
ludda WATER SPORTS board Air Line Htiflrnad hi an I ,
who said It Is hoped Road Job office U to consider- connections the Examinations '
aJabauet] after taking her 76 nilclrcss b 'fore UK iivil1oClumlx subjected a at Greyhound I al the ,
[ml two yearl. at Florida South- the bank can be opened about << ]JutV*> ,able amount of effort to WorkOut stops in Stuart and Fort Pierce school were held Monday f
trn College in Lakeland Sept. I. The group of 10 sponsor r of Commute, 1 the SOD roll since more than and Greyhound tickets being Tuesday when booke aIIIe W)7' ;,"'
Three teacher appointment ing Stuart businessmen have until May Be Done DEATHS DOWN I" half the county acreage Is Included available at a special Jensen checked In. Classes 'WeN I I
I
It i Jensen Beach School Include Oct 31 to apply for the char-! In the district This area Beach office.Summer missed yesterday and I I ."

r. and Mrs. N.. D. KUgo of ter, __ 'f.I Exam OrderedFor 1s composed of alt of the. county plans are for two bus'I luncheon In the Stuart .::aIe ;, I'

_remen. Ala, and Mrs. Eats!; Lou.-", -- By OctoberWork Zubrod Talk on Red Croat' west of Range 40 plus Township trips each way a day, with more given by the cafeteria woers $tieppreclatlon ,
f C Duboll of Maine KIlgo wat 26 Work Kiwanis t 39 In Range 40, or roughly eastward I I to be added In the winter seasonCommunications for the schoid's !
IrtduaLed from Alabama Poly-.. CANDIDATES at New Clerk to the west reaches of I I from Senators I teachcru was given yesterday :
hole Institute and hat two uf building i I 7 new miles I Meeting i Betsey Creek and the St Lode Holland and Pepper and Congressman i I noon for more than .0 teachers ,

Inn of experience and Mr*. Kll- of State Uoad 76 from US. 1 to Canal locks These roD lands are Rogers indicated dim'' and guests The Rev W O. AIdtldge. J
ko *ai graduated from Alabama SPENT$ S5.000ON $ the South Fork Is under way at Although participation nationally At Post OfficeThe aswusecl at approximately $1. I prospects for a 12-foot Inland': Superintendent R. If.Rollins .
I'Diversity and has one year 'ex.ence full gpee'd and be completed has Increased 300 per cent 450.000 and total 1947 taXes '-ol- | Waterway project in this sessionof p. L Williams and Cecil .
.Mrs. Dubolt was gradu- may In recent years deaths' from lected on them for EDO amountto Congress funds being blocked I lohna madeuhort Informal talka. j H
\ within four months. It was stated I drowning during water sports ,
1324006.
U S. Civil Service Com- I to
State Teachers Col'i MAY VOTES by Republicans pledged economy -
fcttd from
Cl In Oorham Me., In 1030 and this week by C.J. Tatum assistant has been cut nearly SO per cint II mlaslon. Atlanta, announces an Courson U permitted under according to the solons i IDEAS DELUCE t
\\a three yean experience I supervisor Jot the :K.: E. Robert Zubrod of the AmericanRed open competitive examinationfor EnD regulations to receive a 1- I, Modern crossing signals are in
i Mini Marie 'Henderson and Wolfe Construction Company of Cross office In Atlanta Af-- probational (leading to permanent per cent commission of this prospect .for Jensen Beach '
Oelger both of ValIriata -,, 'The 26 (ont'omce candidates serted at the weekly noon mvt-' ) appointment to the position amount for spreading the EDD when equipment. available,"
Laura St. Augustine which has the ing of KiwanIs at the Woman. of substitute clerk. substitute taxes on Martin I HITS JAYCEES :
Oa. and graduates in spent approximately $5,000in County tax roll according to word( received by ('i I
EMS from the SUM Teachers the two May primary elections project under a $282953 contract Club Friday. -. carrier and .special delivery but the tame regulations also.' the group from Florida East .
I.
Lollegt to Zubrod a special field repre messenger in the Stuart provide that he receive an "ex- Coast Railroad officials I .
rita there School.wen Mist appointed Hendersonlu review\ 'of their after- Pouring! of handrallt on the' tentative here last week to five \Ha Post Office tra fee for making up the roll The Stuart iiir! Chamber ff I
election statements\ filed at the an Instructon' course, said,)his for the EDD board. Under the Commerce wal literally "wallow-
Applications will be acceptedfrom I
three yean ot experience .new South Fork, bridge Friday ,
[iDd Mist Oelger two. court houw showed Monday'tweotrot work has two alms: itS to secure persons! who reside within) agreement assessors In Broward, 3 Elections Ing" today In a deluge of suggestlone f.
completed work on ,that structure and teach local swimming
leader in" Palm Beach and Dude Counties for new clvii projects '
Seventh teacher appointee la : the 28 In compliance the delivery of the Post Office! .
i Syrena Totten of Stuart to with State law filed third' The hew Poppleton Creek &nd boating and (30< to named or who are bona fide I paIrons .. Lilly will receive these fees next which they might eponsor following \ 1' !
with double I 10 ft. I furnish i education la water I Cost; Voters r
bridge by and for at
ach lit, 2nd and 3rd grades' I of such office, Persons employed jftar no provisions were a request Ideas
kt School She boO and 1 last expense vecountt' which culverts a double 1 by 8 ft. culvert sport : in the Post Office will be I made for the other eight asses- I their last meetlnglIpokesman R. I
Attended t Kobe Sound Normal, School In totaled $4.,731.to. The other six near Commissioner O. DQulnllvaiVi He brought out (that Florida considered bona tide patrons of j tort it was reported W. tartman Ir... announced \
State tintemily who failed to submit final statements -: grove and a double leads the ,nation In per capita the office. Courson said be planned to 74 Cents Each Monday.
York and Columbia -
'ew and who under the law 4 by 8 ft. culvert at,the Backus death from drowning and tald 'I contact K.M. Throop, EDD board i DillCusslon of .several of the.
l and hat "several, years T : are liable for prosecution and Plantation tumult. were complete It U believed that : s pi1nereasoxrtor jbat Persons entitled to veterans""reterence. ,secretary: for a\. posslblo) ,addlUoAal uuggestiona marked the Jaycee '
: .
[experience. possible* 8nee&4tilCoondatatementa previously' T ""> 4 I th / to a decree? WilljMvglxea ,: ; ruling I L ,Tr><:springs lertej' of three pneeilug..M,., the Civic Canter j' '
Mrs.. .r. D. MlUer waf, ,named totaling J215 U. The The work of mlxlngttht ub- In community teaching and lack ence at provided in the l'efer.1 t 1 elections, two last month arid the' Monday night. It was *nnougnc. I oed
feunehroon at Preference Act of 1844
WIU'leld
supervisor final accounts were due Friday grade composed ot limestone and of leadership interest He urged special one last week not only that Art Smith and hIs or
'
School I in Indlantown and Of the 20 the highest statement black dirt I Ii going on now Atop the Kiwanlans to encourage tailed information on SWIM/ CLASSESARE kept the county nearly 4000 i'hestra of Sebastiao have been, i
pro. ianltef'L ,Mrs Oeneviev. came from the! losing, this layer will be placed a layerof qualified adult to enroll In Instructor -, and other \Items see! examination I eligible voter on the jump but' secured for the ayeee-aponaor-
Salerno Mr at the Post Office
erOIL io and announcement
Sheriff candidate Roy C, Baker limestone rock to be followedby courses after pointing cost each one of them about 74 ed July 3 dance which Is .alated ,
i Christian Jensen Beach with a total of 162279 The one 2-Inch layer of asphalt. out that only four took the one- I SCHEDULED cents, according to figures released for the Log Cabin at 0 p.m. trying. -
ere i appointed others included J. A. Dease The paving which will be 22 ft week 15-hr, course that he gave The basic rate of pay tor substitutes I by the office of Clerk J. !, Kanarek was appointed i t

Resignation of Mis Marilyn $10 80: A. C. Courson $455. 2i; D. wide will start at the US 1 Intersectlon The quartet Included Mrs. Walter 1 III sloe an hour. After R Pomeroy Monday I; ebalrmlU1.. a dance committee j
eland from Jensen Beach L. Williams $20948; Hugh D. and work westward, F. Davey, Jack Smouse H M the performance of 2024 hours FOREARLYJULY Total cost of the three ballot- to work out <1etallr.-

School! was accepted Stuart $505,(4.; Ransom R TUton Tatum explained. Including the Saunders,. Jr- and H. R Lowery of satisfactory service, including I Ings was $2.885,31 of which more Because of the dance IJChedul.ed .

$90.63: Alfred L. Bennett $194.82; shoulders the road is 36 It. wide. Jr time served as a special delivery than half was devoted< to the installation 9f new officers
{DISMISSAL MOTIONS C. M.Fletcher$40.27, H R he said The club had four guests Including I me!senger. the basic rate of pay, 1 I first primary May 4 The cost June 26 hu been postponed Until ,
DENIED IN SUITAGAINST three members of the is Increased S cente an hour each Robert Zubrod. special field '
ens 141.55; Marvin H. 8teff-j None ot the road consequently of that ras $1.57287 The ec- next month although the new
THE CITY $387.81; Otto J. Matousek $ : it passable now although through Klwanls-sponsored Key Club\ sit year thereafter, until a maximum I representative of safety tervi-et:'ond primary on May 25 cost men wIll be charge of the' July Ii- ,

O M. Hancock $407.22; O. W. I traffic it being maintained using, Martin County High f:1c: ooJ.!rate of Slid an hour Is reached from Southeastern area, wat In !, $54979 more and the special 5 &elilon. Four new members ,,,,'
An order Judge C, E. Chill-: They were Herbert Tucker, Arthur I Applicants must have reached| Martin County last week to plan adds
by Snipes $4785, Arthur R Clontt the Salerno cutoff road Superintendent second primary Friday up I accepted Into the organization)\,
lnaworth of West Palm Beach, $32J.88.; Marvin H. Crowe $128.35; Is V. M. Wesley and Henry and Donald Bowden i their 18th birthday but' must not I for the 11-hr Red be Cross conducted'water' to 7r .6 nsIuc these is added l are Lee and R. F lUgbee, William I i
denying motions to dismiss the I George Keith, $377 40, Henry Berne Welch is project engineerfor Tucker thanked the club for its have passed their I Oth birthdayon I safety classes to $ for : of booths. Jackson and V Worthant t I
Pol '
'Hilt by'George/Keith and A. Lyons $31928.: J. M. Watson $31: the State Road. Department. aid during the past year and an- the closing date of receipt of the early part of July Zubrod i Most of the expenditures were ,I ,
Kruecer against the City of Arthur E. SImi $32.50 and Harris I nounced that Bowden will be offered .- applications These age limits gave refresher courses In swimming I devoted to printing and advertising -I
McI i
H Growers
art wag flied here Thursday P'i R. Lowery, Jr., $355.60. I 17 POWER FIRM MEN!\( as a State office candidateat I do not apply to persona) entitled and lifesaving to and election poll workers.It Gladiolus 1 :
Rae Saunders, Jr. and Jack .
ernoon,, MAKE FISHING TRIP the annual Key Club State to vetorant 'preference I .was estimated the special two- ,
The six without final accounts .1
The thotlon were made Included C H. Waldron $9 75: R.I ......-- convention June 15-19_ How to apply: Application card Smouse. Saunders! who qualify It conducting at Instructore. : a.- man supreme court ,judgshlp I Sent 95,000 Dozen,,,: I :
Augutt the Stuart J form 5COO-AB properly executed runoff will coat the State
by City ot upwards t '
I
t Pomeroy and Thomas Cook.1 B$34.60 Spinney: C. A.$4325 Christopher; D W. $4038 Rowell; b/'John stag fishing M Law party Jr,sponsored managerof I', 13 CIRCUIT COURT must be filed with the 6th U S. class week In senior lIfe avlng this I of $49000 which on the I During Past Season .

The defendant have until June Fox Brown $4879 and Thomas I the Stuart office of the FlorIda CASES TO BE TRIED Civil Service Examiner. at. the The, swimming classes will begIn basis of a quick estimate, la more .
:'.2'W file further i Post Office In Stuart than the candidate I elected will I .
pleadingsPomeroy and ----.
Powef Light Company, J
a Helller $38 50, the early part of July after Martin County.grower shipped -
.said adding that no I was given for 17 on an all-day Thlrteert ofthtll. cases appearing ,- The U 8. Civil Service Commission the termination of the summer draw during a four-year court' more than 95,000 dozen. '

(decree lain tight yet from Judge HEARING SET TOMORROW trip to the St. Lode Canal Locks on the docket for the Tuesday announced examinations Bible school H R. Lowery, Jr, I term. gladiolus spikes during the 14748 '

,.hllllngvorth.. The plaintiff are For the. seventh time a scheduled Sunday Law assisted by Harry June term of circuit court were for filling medical water safety chairman Saun : I' season which brought them .t
seeking to reduce the city* In- hearing: by the Zoning Dyer cooked flt>h, hush puppies ordered to trial. by Judge A. O officer (rotating: Intern and\ psychiatric den; Smouse and Mrs Walter I BAPTISTS HOLDVACATION returns of about IIO'OOO I t'Iro88 .
(rporaled area by moving Itt cabbage ana baked oeans Kanner at the opening of the resident) positions in i SCHOOL <
UttiU. Board of Adjustment on the swamp bave,. will conduct the classes according to County ,,Agent 1. M//
Inward to the Roosevelt City* refusal to grant permit to for lunch. term 'Tuesday morning at the St Elizabeth Hospital, Washington open to adults.and children. All Johnson Growers now are 41 !'
Bridge and to Krueger Creek on the Baptist Church' for erection Attending were Carl Burgess, court house The trials will start D C., and patent examiner Interested are asked to registerat !. The Baptist vacation Bible &ing their bulbs and putig! : L
EatUth St.U *. of a new educational building tfubert Clements. "Buck" Calla- June 28 and run through July 0. positions in the U S Patent the Martin County Red Cross school will be held June 21 them In storage .t the OIylnlg& j : r i
Immediately north of the.church han, Jim Pomeroy James Allen, Of the other eight cases four Office and other Federal agencies chapter house. : through July 3' with classes at Ice Company plant .lii Io"r"
WILL GRADUATE was postponed yesterday Board Charles ,Alexander and Ernest were continued three had decision in Washington D C., and Stuart Baptist Church Children Sound and in Fort Pltiee f

AT TRAINING SCHOOL, chairman T. J. F. Kennedy reset Kluben At the Stuart offlcfc, JoeC. deferred and one sentence vicinity. CRARV TolviOVE OtlltX' I *t all denomination are Johnson said the Season I 4 J ', ". .
the hearing for tomorrow at city Backus of Jensen Beach and was passed down Hers hey Patent examiner applicants Senator Evans Crary will move I Invited. Registration Is set for, suited In a good yIeld' o fh I :f
Dr. William H. Oray, Jr, president hall at 10 a.m. The sixth delay Richard Kill, Eddie Lyons Clifford Wright pleaded guilty to a chargeof must pass t written test of gen- I Into Mt new quarters In the new June 18 from 3 to 5 p.m.. according I quality dlae..free flowers.l paid :. '.
of Florida A. fc M College occurred last Friday when Ken.. Randolph, Raymond Cox, desertion and was sentencedto eral abilities: the other positions Dehon building on Osceola Ave. to Mr. Ed Burgess, principal Indirnttons point to/aeCel/ << Wntings '
Will deliver the commencement Lewis Maun a year in the State Prison at Saturday, he announced yesterday / "
nedy recessed the hearing until Browning, Raymond require no written teaL A and better 'dlatrlb, 110 ,
ddress at graduation exercises yesterday and then recessed .It and John Hanley of the West Ralford tions for both Hit new location will Include plans In the 19.-4' seasonf The $' t.

l or I IS members of the llenlorclaai again. Palm :Beach office. I be accepted in the Pllca.1 a reception room, office Past Week's Births I five Martin Couply'eomterri&l, ,'. I
of Stuart Training Behoof I M\Pf REPORTS and library. His former offlae -
Washington office until growera bad eOvafreu de1Oted0
11& Mt. REALTY SALtS: In the Citizen Bank Bldg. will JUM .. A .. io Hr: Mi Mrt Do".u.1. ,.
CaI."BapUlt Church .80. t t.count
However, the II ot this
notice. persons McFIIUIMi .... Industry wblqh Due
tOfllglit.' The. graduate* include Stuart Girl Scout Leaders I wish to be considered for be occupied by attorney David a A t.w-ur. to Mr Ud lira ,', faat.ea $rowllJl., it
Ililda Fair, Edna McKlnney, Edward Mapp, Stuart( realtor, examiner positions to be filled H.Marshall. JIM lullm. I The oft-repoLed 111It.te. < 'Ii'A I
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wothj Alien,.Georglanna Fla- today reported three recent sales immediately should have their kete for gladlot were.used by.t. t '
h,. Muriel rinleya Alice Mackey.i Working for 'Area Council through his office, Ernest Davis; applications on file not later Ginger Prince Now Treading tile warm wltfer weather,'Ubioh4 :
Dorolhf i has bought a waterfront lot In I
NewmarC Ruth Clark, than JulyPerson .. hastened thl(flowering Jf thell L
Nonna -- fort BewaIl from NeU Shoan of
Andenon
Nellie Smith,
and lztrreaaed' comJltltillD '
Edllll Blatch, Weeley Albrltton., Mrs. Arthur M. Dehon and organization, Mrs. Mann pointed Chicago. John R Hulsaple of Interested should contact of crop '
Shirley Temple from large ew plantlfttt- Wlt
Jr...Arthur Jerkin, Charles. hoe possibly one! or two other members cut, These Include ((1)I I professional r Poughkeepsle, N. V., has pur- Mrs Gertrude Mlnneban at Footsteps mid. ,

and Lewis Preston. of the Martin County dirt assistance in Olrl$ Scout :chased 5 acres! and a Small house the Stuart Post,Office. .......- ; tM1 (
Class night wat. held at the Scout committee .will attend a. r In St. Lucle Inlet Farms from 1" : t '
*hool niday night when Mist second organisation meeting In work, ((2)) leadership training. Stanley Gates, Newport, NJ. BIG DREDGE BEGINS A little girl from Stuart maybe Prince lived in the Dunscombe ,
wrjlanna Flnley. president of West Palm Beach next Thursday (SI) priority and speed on order 1 John W. Hannett of Roseland, 'DIGGING AT INLET I America second Shirley'\ cotta e while resident in Stuart f HEi0' t I

*, graduating slaM, spoke Baccalaureate -'morning in the newlyInitiatedeffort equipment.. camping for', Ma, who bought corner lot on .......a.- Temple. ., ...., .
setter'Will held 'at to form an area Olrl Scout all girl and ((5)) paid staff work- West 8th St and Belle Flora I Clanking dipper dredging up Olnger PrInce. tiny curly- Mrs. Prince has jest returnedto men...d ise eM 0* sku t. i ,
81. Paul A.M Churck Sunday council parallel to that existing era to'help volunteer to know From Earl W. Clark has recently blasted coral rock sing the song haired daughter of Mr. and Mrt ", Atlanta with Olnger from : :::d\;: 1.- : ,' ,

with the lie,. J, H. Dolyhue de- for the boys how to teach girls'the Scout. pro, finished constructing. a home. on ."he're digging: the Inlet at 3t. Hugh Prince ol.Atlanta, ha just .Hollywood They will return, id P...I. to-sod..I.II 5.-ye'. ..II....tor,.-_.c'.m.e he 54.5. .' \ f'' I, '
,7rtni the aefll\Ot on' A.Jfoble Mrs, Dehon Mrs John N grant U 'Lucle Inlet, weather permitting been signed to a seven-year con-' there June IB for the child star'stlgst _''t, 'I'. .....11I. ....-. ( ( 1
Mann 'Mrs. J:; F. Boaone and The proposed council would I 'I. The giant dipper dredge Ca...,tract by Kroger JBabb, Hollywood picture, i.lnlf which 'i'' J. ..'. w. ''l 'I' '. '
Mrt N. J, Morrison attendedthe cover four counties Palm :Beach COUNTY BOARD ASKS loosahatchee left the port of player-manager .and film pro will beptn Aug release ....U .:.5a'as Ji'" j... ,"i ; t..
THOMAS AILREstED first such session Friday at Hendry Martin and 6L Lucle, In RELIEF; I'OR ISLANDA i Palm Beach Tuesday to take on ducer,' accordl'ng0' announcement -, scheduled Jan. I.. The 'film is = 1:, : jiJ.; tt: : 1it I a

UN fOR< qy ;HAltGEChsr 'which first step *n the prelect which It .is estimated there are! the $job of digging a 200-foot this weekGitger ; entitled "One Too Many* Her 1..1.' Of 1"/1, ... I '
-- were taken Organisation procedure nearly 11.000 potential Olrl <\ te80luUot immediate wide channel 10 feet deep at "who It "going on 6,* second film, already under ''conalderatlon ,I........ it .. .. Ide 'l.t; '.'...t"e I. : '
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,,- Lee Thomu: 39. relll- and proposed financial Scout. Tp be a Scout a girl relief from the enforced 20-mile i Stuart outlet to the tea The was born' In Martin County Hospital Is expected 'to* be Jove 5tt: lOts : :"t'.t ,i .
(dent ot St Cloud "U 'arrnt.ed schedule were explained by Mrs must be within the age of 7 detour from Kobe Sound to Jupiter -, project was authorized this while her father was man- I"The Best It et1d Coma."Stnf.ing .
b I Chief Roy Baker and Patrolh125t Oretchen Kldd, national branch and It More than 800 potential Island by way of Jupiter was 'spring by the Army Engineer ager of the Lyric Theatre The dancing blue-eyed Ginger !dUJR: G.\\CJI)
A. ... Ortner Tuesday night officer for Florida, and Miss Olrl Scout live in this county passed by the County Commltilon 'I who awarded a contract to the Princes moved to Atlanta two U also to be starred by corned ; IIDtU' the g, 5. w..th.r I I '
Itteltlpted forgery chi"i in Settle Brooks State organizer. It was said yesterday addressed to H. Arnndel Corporation of years ago. where he It a film I tan Ken Murray to .Blackout," 4esittiendlA new tnatnml 'tl ,
:necu with an alleged ef- The meeting next Thursday hat The local end of the proposed 3. Fulta, State Road Departmentboard' r more :I broker for the Co-At-Co Theater I variety I stag show fat the.UCapltan ,daily' tern ratute ':and..A1nfI&1h! '
Include : member in Miami The The Caloosahatchee Baltl-i, *. Theater In Bollywood. reeogdswIuarCsnnotbIkepC,
: Palo i a fraudulent check been called principally to discuss organisation\ setup a J
at Vlc Bar 'Me wasauthor the proposed budget andmethodo town association, U was explained resolution proposed that a pontoon yesterday at Id am and The child i II expected to be Ginger \\fl known in Hollywood Observer JJoha t4, Mann ,an-: I

turn': over : Count7 for. financing it., .Mr*. td. the Stuart leader In bridge be installed line It ; work at once according to official ., starred In not less than 15 full at a Juvenile trouper "..hO'jIu, llnce4 t ILot II.IgII), The 1J\IItru.. L1rIent ,
tlte '45l5bejflgbel4oflaag- Dehon.tald. i which there would be four elect understood construction of a at the Arundel Shops here length picture In. her contract Dixie lit her blood and- ytw-aO broke early 'this week." bilk I i

''charge, SheriffQ. M Han-: Five primary advantage* can ed officer and.committee. chairmen new' bridge at Kobe Sound will'' Twenty-five mea are employedlon period, Mr*. Prince wrote Mr*. on bee tongue according te the i a ouew'one ''JI 8xpeced iminedi- ",,

k "'1:,.No bond ha been set. be obtained from the .proposed not be completed before October i j| the dredg I i Carroll Dunscomb' here The,AtJa$ts Constitution. I ,ash ( We.,0idv't t I"

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J-' THE STUART !NEWS: STUART, MARTIN COUNTY FLORIDA, T.RVRSDU. JtUtt, 1941






I .L'' :'jl1iPro, Football Loop Will_: Start! Play Oct. 0 9PACE .... I

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V': :''I .., I\ftger Diamond I STUART TO END I Indian Ricer DriveEnseyMonroe Salerno News LIGHT TURNOUT ''throughout per but Wataon'cent the That total State rrtnd.was, tilt J,

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r- :, "l...I'at' LLAGUE I Award Given 1 1ST HALF PLAYIN Wedding STORK SHOWERS GIVES HOBSON I was wherethe Smallest In Salerno vote turnout cut tn(Preclnd repl'el the I It


CLIO AT'Y ; HERE i Martin School Solemnized in Vero SundayBy GIVEN FOR 2 only torate 14 tt,) The per cent official qf the _,.

;' CONTESTS I Coach' Charles County Kindred 1 High announced -; LAKE WORTHDefeats I WIN IN COUNTYOnly precinct: vota _

I I!' ,Aai" ; ,' I.. I Tuesday night theI j MRS VIVA C ROAT Precincts Ib blon! WI'-'
: ,' j, I names Of 12 wlnnen of baseball Harry Ensey has returned to 1 II St. .
: span t NAS It Late Entryj. I Miami after a number of days DURING WEEK of the Slid I Tao
: White
if \ I letters for this year's season' in I Clcwiston; 91 to gladioli, palms and 23 per cent 11
: Palm I Tilton la Be Director visit to his uncle and aunt Mr voter In S lie ,
lighted candles
I : which the team won U J of lu 19 provided an attractive eligible Democratic 54
\ With', ;} ;, t Ii for Stuart' J tame*. I I Cinch Flat' Tie! ) ArnoldIn setting for the weddingof and Mrs E R. Ensey, in Walton, By MRS. 0 D QUIGLEY Martin County participated In s $2:

facthrrsibly 1 ... I The winners Include 7th Win Miss Idoma Jewel Monroe, and attending the 'wedding of the *peclal'second primary elect m ,

t:; ...!it I I:;I 'f The Florida Semipnm, an f Arthur Henry Jr. Bruce Beatty players,i'I SOl/Tit/ FLORIDA roAlT nLADE'SIAG daughter of Mrs. Faye Bllllngton Donal Ensey and Miss Idoma Mrs. Oliver Smith and Mrs Bill tion Friday in '-which\ Circuit ; 12 t

... \''' ; Of seven South I John Oadd Bill Hardwlck Paul j E of Vera Beach. and John Donal Monroe In Vera Beach Sunday Stanger entertained With a stork Judge T Frank Hobson was elected 7 :
I I of w t r.t ox6 Cnsey, solemnized at S p.m. Sunday Among Drive and Stuart resident shower Tuesday evening at the over Attorney\ General J, Tom 21 ZI
football teams, "Miipel Herbert Kraft, Herbert I I .
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wroASr s eIr. I in .the Vero Beach at the wedding of Donal home of Mr*. Oliver Smith !in than 24,000 :
/ 'ir. Methodist Watson by more --
( came into being' at a Tucker. Donald Bowden, Joe I e't..l.un 1 II I 'J
I t / Smith and L Howard I rnlnlt *...h 4 I <4l < 1 Church, Ensey and Miss Idoma Monroe honor of,Mrs. Clara Jean Row, votes for a seat on the State SMALL BILLWife
; 1 pt>tJng of team officials an diayerr I! managers Donald mar ,Houck and and' l rOINIWMI;kr W.rtfc .4 4 ,:44 tit* 1w The Rev, John Ware read! the Sunday were Mr and Mrs Lane land Game were played" and Supreme Court, Hobson was ap- (ordering a new 'hat

f : in Fort Pierce Satur- 'Clifford Leven ,.I .I. S. I .Lu ttt : double ring service uniting Miss ;Jennings", Harry Jennings Mr. refreshment were served to pointed by Governor Caldwelltwo "What Idnd of II bird, will,
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I ,ji}|t nijfhtJ ST{( AHTUwl LAST SUNDAY'Ss to L Monroe with the son of Mr, and and Mrs, O S Leonard, Mrs. Mr., i B, Shelton, Mrs W. ILEarle month ago to flU the. vacancy nr hew'
/: J j The. league, drawn uj to elim Also announced at class night I Pa.pna 4: BoynttiH Rcarh IPnMlIiinu Mrs E. K: Ensey of Walton and Laura Howard Miss Georgia Mr, t, Arnold, Mrs created by the retirementIn Husband "
3 i I w..,, the hit-and-mis* Indepen- Tuesday\ were perfect attendance w t NEIIT P.4, SuUNDAY'AMES., A a, 10. _h "I''. grandson of 'two early settlers [ Turner, Mrs. Barbara FersonMr A. L. Brown l"Po Mrs:i March of Justice River Bu- : "ft*. will p -

situations! among town awards for five pupils in the 1st,' I 8...... the late Captain John MUler of ; *. V. C Roat, Mr. and Mrs O, H Johnson, Mrs Cressle I ford until the election, could jbe hill.-'the Flyvlwt Rkj11nv
f ii( "" for the pant two yean.I to 6th grades They are Tommy' ('10......naa w..t .0..h....k.NTiJAaT Eden and Colonel Titus from Durant Fulton and son, Benny Baker of Stuart, Mrs E.: A, Bald held. California. ;
f i, ': :,: begin 3rd Donna 5th
1 with two games and wind up (trade grade, and Bill Brown Thompson and John, In championship style the In marriage by her brother, Paul 'and children Betsy and William, R Thompson Mr*. Donovan reverse In the voting u six of
] )( 47 Teams Included art Stuart Sailfishes J Monroe. the bride .was gowned Jr. Smith, Jr? Mrs Bobby Johnson, the eight precincts went to Hobson 'TNROU6N =
I i itI' : : rp Beach, Klsslmmee- ', Stuart J Elates 6th grade Elementary I blowmmed in White satin with pearl trimmings Attractive flower arrangements Mrs. Ed John4n of Stuart, Mrs.John who received J7J vote to
iI : Pierce Fort: ; : scholastic! awards went to Mickey out with a smothering' 14-hit in the home of Mra
I : Lauderdale The rounded neckline and where used Anderson Mrs. Jerry :307 for Watson according to the
Sandra and
Springer DaVey
Naval Air Station and Agnes J offensive! to wallop Clewis long leg-of-mutton sleeves! were Ruhl Koblegard when she entertained Sehonrofk.: Mrs Jim Brown, Mrs. official count by the canvassingboard SLEEPER
1 I I Ml Palm Beach Hackett John ,Harkint 4th grade; Donna'1Tlt4mpsun Patty I II ton 9-I and subdue the big pearl edged and the narrowed club 'members for Marjorie Magos. Mrs Kay Ress- which met to review! the

; Stuart league games will! In- I Berry; and Carol Crandall, :' gent obstacle standing between waistline was particularly suitedto luncheon and bridge June 1.:, lee Mra, Donovan Smith Mr, balloting Monday. Watson won

I eoritesu here with Vero 5th grade and Jlme Anthony I Stuart and the first the entrained hoop skirt. Her Playing\ were Mrs. David Put Luther Ludlum, Mr. Casey Andrews precinct 7 and 8. but Hobson
Miami .NAS Weal Palm and Brady Hartman 8th grade. half pennant In the South linger Up veil of Illusion was attacked hem Mrs, O Ii' Peacock, T. 8 Mrs Charles Conrad Mrs, took the rest by substantial margins -
and Klsslmmee, and trips Florida Coast Glades' League. i to a Queen Elisabeth Kerby Mrs Waite C Dickey I Ted Baumgardner Mrs. Shelby ,
Fort Lauderdale and Fort Band Director Wendell DI I II / tlari Of pearl finish and her bow Mr J H Frlndlble I Mrs EdwinColean : I McCulley, Mrs Francis Stiller, In the May 25 voting,Watson rote. ,
\ .-rre, A 'second meeting with Waters presented 37 awards to Sunday poses the last test quet was a shower of tube roses 1,I Mrs N, E. Hellstrom I Mis*. Mary' Reddlth and Verdi received 1082 votes in the coun-
', Pierre also was arranged memoirs of the band including I when the Sallflsher will trip to and the hostess, Mrs Koblegard,
''If' 'I Lake and satin strramers'that edged May and Mary McCulley ty to 543 for Hobson and 393 for
Dec 4. 'to four seniors, Rita Taube, Dolores Worth bent on avenging She and Mrs Colean made high/ Mr. John D Stevenson and
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i the a center of white roseeMatron W, May Walker who was eliminated -
Bartlett, June Matousek !defeat, the Ramblers .l
Only the Naval base, whose dealt scores, Mra George Brownlee of Kobe
of honor was her sister In the second election
(, Into the loop waa not asl and Jane ElklnxD01X ., I them month In their first meeting herea Mrs, Byron Rice who wore a I Fletcher Russell of Ankona Sound entertained with a stork en the race Hobson received virtually Ile

l until Saturday morning, ----5-:;; ;:; ago. A win will glue tolonlal style frock left last week!! for a visit in Chicago shower June 2 In honor of Mr. !! the same number of voles' I
not represented at this third .FRS : 5i Stuart the half crown, but a defeat organdie I with oft-shoulder I with Mr.' and Mrs Van Ted Baumgardner at the home .

/ final organization meeting i Sl l'1gssll'E: !< UHLAT could enable... Clewlslon to neckline and petticoat ruffled Bradley From Chicago Russell of Mrs, O. H.-' Johnaon. Gamel- after an appendicitis operationIn and Cbroli/a ResorhTh
the schedule wax drawn 1, / III IIIIIII. II I III II I II II I ttIhth.I III IIII II IIIII IIIxindrd I She carried a large pale blue net I will BO to eke Molnes Iowa to were played and prize given Martin County Hospital lrMllniiy/

However, word from Ll Jgi I The unbeaten Miami Blue Sox Mono .1 a 'ot toe I fan adorned In pastel colored ,, remain during the summer After the many gift were open- Mr, and Mr, Eddie Cooley and The aah of way h 1 aacady

Indicated the station handed the Stuart Dodgers their w "" '". II 111 brldemalds dresses Her head- : Bradenton. who came for the Mrs W H Earle,Mrs, J. B. Shelton Pierce called on Mr and Mrs. J. Pd .*, all M itiUm4 .- ,!
in the Imp and would fourth and fifth successive defeats I wul4.. I u. dress was fashioned In flowers wedding of their nephew, John Mr. Harvey Shelton, Mrs. L Terry Saturday, 8m ill rucipal Cantor way
\ willing to abide by all stlpu over the week end to drop 11.r;; : : : .tAI:Eel matching her fan Donald Ensey to Miss Idoma J L M Arnold Mr*. Emory De Miss Edith Earle arrived home *.estds a ra.

including; the $lo0 entry the Dodgers below the 500 mark II .., II ,IU The maids, Miss Katherine Monroe, left Walton Monday Loach, Mrs. O. D Quigley, Mrs, last week from Knoxvllle Tenn,
fur the first time In two seasons .Ar..ld 11 ,n. morning Gainesville where Donovan Smith Mrs i Lv.SlueVt ) 3S7PM.Ar ; .
lit. uy 11 ,UI Ensey, Mrs. Mary Ensey, Mrs,, for Donovan) where she taught school last
Also decided at the Saturday Miami copped a t;.4 decision here J M.rd.kl. ,. _, T son Helen Monroe and Mrs. Lynn they attended the graduation of Smith' Jr? Mrs, Oliver l Smith,! year Floyd Hlghtower,of Knox. jjctjomilt 840P.11 d
,1"l' was the personnel of the Sunday and Albany cam on to I HonrOiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiNilimiimiiiiiiiiii AiMM -, ''I. Jn1,tray Monroe, wore colonial off-shou- I their son Billy. While In Walton Mr*. Charles Conrad of Balerno: vllle accompanied her home for Ar Tr* t 920AM: :
of directors which will dl- '' take a 10-3 victory Monday atlernooh A..r, IM der models in.. green, pink, blue I they were guesU of !Mrs Tucker Shore., Mr. Douglas Shelton I week Ar HeJdertoiii.el032AMl
t affairs of the organization! The Dodgers have won weds. "T. and yellow organdie Flower '* sliler Mrs Barbara Ferson Mr. Clara, Jean Rowland Mrs. Mrs Gladys Perry spent last Ar V '
] e Astenllt 11 30AM.Akotool
ow ,
1 an advisory;: capacity 10 tecre- ', six of 13 starts I this spring. MI- 1(1:wlrna. t t' .... decked fans and jaunty headgear Leaving the" Person home last 0, R Thompson, Mrs Allene week end In Miami with! her eon ?

-treasurer E A Mennlnger' ami will play the Dodders here J.ha"..n 1 ,Ina In veiling that hung grace- I Sunday morning after a two- Peals, Mrs W. R. Johnson, Mr.. Mrs H M Vorls of Jensen ait *>nd,uontidindHil I
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1 1J of Stuart, only elected\ )league Sunday at :3 I p,mBIRMIDA I urn S ,'La.t' fully over their hair was In contrasting week visit with her sister was Frank Simmons, Mrs. Ed Johnson at the homeof itclliun* seat swabs
Beach Sunday
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1 I ----- ---- l/u..I.,) 1 ,55.I .. colors to their dresses Miss Jessie Miller who returned of Stuart, Mrs. Shelby Mc' spent pMatetcm the acme scbrdds
I l ao I 11 u. Mr, Mary Chandler and ,1* Miami 1 J4cluMn ill.,lackminllt.
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The directors include O. ij.I !I
: RACE: NEARS her summer residence on John
I I I I '' Strewing the bride path to|Ito Culley and Mrs Whittle leaving soon for her home In AA.elb
h of Hobe Sound O Adams of Kisslmmee, R. and crews of !the 38 sailing lit I can overcome the revived West were the two,small daughters of I Jason Smith and CarBon and Mr and Mr*.J. M. Willis and! to return soon *
of Fort Pierce R, K'I yachts entered In !the 1948 Bermuda Palm Beach crew, Weather Mr and Mrs. Freeman Knight Pierce of Atlanta enroute to MIami son of Fort Myers were week-end phone 25
of Fort Lauderdale!. for a vacation, stopped In Mrs Gladys Perry took chargecf !
race, most of whom were permitting the half will end Both were in dainty pink net guest of Mrs Alice Drlggeri last
of West Palm Beach, A.I j delayed In,fitting out by Inclem- t Sunday and the second halt will frocks made with swirling skirt I Walton for a visit with the A. N. week, I the American Railway Express:
J MacConnell of Vero Beach ent spring weather have jut(start the following attached to sleeveless and neck- Qlfford family Tuesday Mr, and Mrs Blanton I office here Monday replacing! Mr. FLORIDAEASV 1 1
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Smith of' HAS The latter I nine days In which to engageIn Stuart Sunday less bodices and circled with'I Mr and Mr. Ernest T Bailey: and daughter,'Lilf and BettyJo and Mrs, Alfred Bennett who are

\' urs tentative selections as final tune-ups and make all 'I said Bob Manage Johnson Johnny Mann sweetheart roses They carried: were dinner guest of Mr. .anjtMrs. left Saturday for Tallahassee j leaving for Miami! COAST

unconfirmed preparations for sea. The fleet lyn, or Tom Eve- baskets of pearl white ling with I John Conway of "Ankona' to see ttielr daughter, Margaret, Mr and Mra Charles A. Con.
I If mrudule calls for each will. get under way June it frcjm< likely new win Stuart toss in Lake resident most pink nef with flowing' blue and i'Sunday Later the party waa graduate ''From Florida State tad of;Balerno Shore spent list
f to play each of the other' Brenton Ref Lightship: Off be opposed by LloYd Clagerlwho Worth to white ribbon streamers! : Joined by Mr, and Mra, Fred University. Before returning 'week, cad in Orlando;

once officially Other gamer Newport, R t? and set course for I twirled Lake Best man tor his brother was Sabirt The Bailey who have home they will visit relative In
i be played, but only the meet St David Head, Bermuda, some I I here. Johnson Worths triumph Eddie Falrburn Ensey of Miami resided for a couple of years In other, point of Florida. Mar M
billed on the schedule will 835 nautical miles away reported the ailing wing Is while Fred Mattox, Harry 8 the Childs home moved Into garet will accompany them a
f on mend and Eve- i
the reason title HERS
l'' race lyn tossed the neat five-hitter Jennings, George Sawyer Len- their newly completed Drive home. aET
f the strength of .n uncon- TIGER B-TEAM TO PLAYAs I Fort Pierce June 2 which he lost In nard and Byron Rice ushered residence the first of June i Mr*. Cora Belle Wilson and
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belief that the Miami ,, The bride mother chose an son !Billy, of Miami! are here visiting -
result base- on a wild
of the second
e '' a pitch and an error SROMBERGCARl.SOM"
would be unable
to charge'' ball meeting between Martin I Five hit elusive, shadowy pink sheer, R. W, MARSON HELD her mother Mrs. Martha
i names played In Miami, the I Vero and two error added 'I crepe! with white accessories and| FOR GREENSBORO POLICE Whittle, for two weeks
County and Beach High 'up to four
l calls for NAS to play all runs In the 1st Inning :
shoulder of Mrs. John Whittle left Thursday
Schools I being canceled this I here bouquet .Rowel) M Marsona.vlsltor I ; -
of Its games on the road. It' Sunday to clinch m.tofters gardenias'j
for New Orleans
hare the net irate with each spring, the schools' B football as Jesse Arnnld, Jr racked I The groom's here, was arrested Monday by to Join her ALUEJ
tea'msNIII\ clash instead next his white featherweight two-piece I Chief of Police Roy Baker and husband who) Is In the Merchant '
up seventh II
club slab
I win of the !i
will be
50_50T after t gates the hosts! fall Stuart Coach Charles Kin- '''season by limiting the visiting i nylon-tweed suit that was enhanced held for the Greensboro, N. C, Marine She will be there two .. ..
dred has/ announced Other than slugger three 'I by faint touches of black police department on felony i weeks before going to New York |
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scattered
government amuse- the game being assured time and single I I lletofa i iI In her accessories Her shoulder I' charge aid to have grown, out i to visit her mother, Mrs MUlerMr .
tax, pay for officials i$40' six A
place have not been decided and bouquet of white. roses had a Intermingling of issuing bad check Officer *. O. T Mathers left Saturday '
each case) and field rent! walk a sacrifice and a single by DYNATOMIC
armed with extradition for Baldwin, N. Y., to spend
other for the B-squad will of papersare
games the
notice to the opposing pitcher Earl TIn- IIIY-Of-the-valleY'1
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contrary I I I the ,
en, route here to return him summer '
received from Smith, Stuart not be set until fall Kindred ; dell, produced Clewiston. only A reception Alfred Pedersen arrived DVNATOMIC AC.DC lobi! ] radio in sunlit. modem
added I Bllllngton home, Mrs Ruth to Greensboro, Chief Baker said. home ....ktt, SlHk-nrif,
Lauderdale and West Palm tally and robbed Arnold of a Saturday from Florida pluuc abtnM 4VV Alnic V !
i will play In Miami In- I shutout In the 5th inning Mitchell presided at the refresh State edge !lighsed l dul Built-in l 'Ira' mmnt) n tuning' I n i
\ TENNESSEE MAN 1 ment table and was assisted by FLORIDA WILL SPEND University In Tallahassee after l's bip.wt: tclcctivity'i and: per 'rm.K*, A big buy >t r
being host to NAB Feature of the
!t i: : nfy: as Stuart offensive I six 1385(0 ON ADVERTISING completing his first year there. .. y t t
planned! I CATCHES SAIL which Included at least one hit teen-age girls The guest P, O Bmlth arrived home last A Low Price < $35Perfect

I' for filing the entry I I I In every inning but the 5th was book Rice was. presided over by Mrs. Forty-five States are spending 'week after four weeks In Hot IM Jfffchefl.: "" 'ream', ledreeml
was set for Sept IS and no Summer fishing Is excellent \ i meetings are planned be-' the Gulf Stream, according to blast of 350 ft, over the right- For traveling the bride worea their Industrial year agricultural and J. B. Gentry of Screven! Oa. (
the light weight flannel suit In
season starts Cecil Johns' who took four guests I centerfield wall with the bases and Mary Latimer of
I cream with blue t recreational advantages, according WaycrossGa ,
midnight
ocean-trolling r Saturday, returned empty in the 3rd frame It was/ few last BARTLETT B OTHERS
spent a day / week
;; ; MIDFU: 'I with 20 five dolphin--one weighed the first circuit swat over the stripes blue and Her cream accessories After a numberof were In I to the*,'Chicago Council of Florida State rank Government here? a* guests of Gentry sister t
pounds--a king mackereland new outfield barrier. CharlesKindred
having any portions of a T-foot, 10-Inch sailfish.The topped the day's hitters days at a west coast 'beach' third In the nation behind New i Mrs:.Ellen O Smith Lewis, 317 OSCEOLA. AVE. / PHONE- W,

/ l'l'I uniform which are not I big sail was landed by Dave With a double: and two singles !In .resort the young couple\ will York and Washington States week after two week returned with last her t< \: or "' '7 ,'/j ft'Vr, ; : "" : -4Extendig
I It' [ property and which, Crockett Nashville, Tenn four official trip to 'raise I his make their home In one of theMartin with an appropriation of 1385-' brother in Statesboro Ga -
I not been returned p vl.1 Others fishing I wer Mrs average to an even .500 for five apartments In Walton OOQ
j I : are asked to turn them In Crockett J, 0, Barnardand games. The Sailflshers clickedfor : Mra Ensey Is a graduate of Mr and Mrs Odell DeLoach
; the Stuart t fire station or all I O r v i I 11 1 e Armstrong of their 10th double play of the Staples High School in West- CONSTRUCTION GAINS and daughter, Charlotte and
i: Ideal Sport Shop on FlaRler | Owensboro Ky. Barnard .and .1 l season In the 1st inning to lift ,port Conn She attended Florida Total new construction put !In Linda of Fort,Pierce'called on Thanks

t' tomorrow morning They group of friends enjoyed fine I Arnold out of an early hole Paid State College at Tallahassee place during May estimated Mr and Mrs Shelby McCulley
j / to be! used for the negro bass fishing on Lake Olcee-ho- '' attendance: was 345. and Florida Southern College 1n1 at $1449000000. an increase of Saturday,

Legion baseball activity I bee Friday! 0 it was reported The box score: Lakeland and has been the 4th I 11 per cent over April and 40 Mr, and Mr*. Eddie Smith of
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', 1 N Pn x.wn .I Elementary. School 1M7, It was announced today by here with Mr*. Smith parents
,. lb .. A4 : John L. Haynes, chief, construc- Mr and Mrs.
x....... ., a I 1 i 01 Ensey: was graduated from C. C. Jacobs,
i .H..n...,. ., 1 1 I I 0 aYaIkaw Fort Pierce High School and the tion division Department of Mr, and Mr, C H. Johnsonand
I K l's : as. Embry-Riddle School In Miami. Commerce. The Increase was children, Jean, Richard and County Comrrmsi lerO
e.ard.0r rt
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: Morn. lb 4 0" 4 J He served overseas with the 14th'; slightly JellS'than the normal Ray,called on Mr and Mrs. Jesse
I I A.Han...... ..1 1 I. I i T I I. a i and 20 Air Forces in the Pacific seasonal gain between April and Griffin In Hobe Sound Sunday D. C JINUYAN

NOTICE ItarMn tf I 5 Theater, Since discharge from May, Haynea said Bobby Long_came home Friday .
I cult:,.. Ib : a : : : ; _. -
service he has been I \
connected
I 'fl.d.ll I> 11 4 IIt I PRICE FRENCHND
with his father In the grove and ,
I inn 5 farming business,and will take I

T. aTUATP.n.ra Aft R H po r: over management of their grove. We WillWEDNESDAY
Ib & I I I 1 1 Interests in Tropic, I ;
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lliodm H 4 I'S a. '
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COCPUARF
twwnry r' .. 1 YOUNG :
1 J 1 1 1 I'
\ Will..... .r a s a a 0 '
W. Ship.. .... 4 I e FLORIDA BOOSTERSMr ERNE
I N. Arwld : 11 10a I and Mrs Gus OarnlUkl i CL't' LYONSi

11 Boo." Ib I : ; i I : from Oarwood, N. J., who have I i\

I Water service in, the owntown section r-Ar.ad, a { .i V l 1 taken the Dunphy apartment In; OR 'II'

I. aII It -1 Eldred, are newly-weds who motored !

ii will b? "interrupted frdm midnight until a.sewn.ClrwIMM' M Lassa' ,t 4tl.t ...!.. Itt-I III..t I I In February here on, They thelrvweddlng decided: then trip i I THEIR EFFORTS IN fcECURING THE DEEPENING

.... k.... V \ txn trr Id'r.: Ihtpw |. H' Am.U, Of.. resign his position and I OF ST. LUCIE ISLET NOW UNDERWAY.COMPLIMENTS .
2 :1. h.., .. Tw. tew loll.-L..wy, i I .
m. on Friday, Ju p 11. 11'1'04' s.a.l.r. ., "_...._H. Arnold, they would come to Florida to
Lor.... ..._t.... 7, c,,__ ,. 1.0n live. Before leaving here he 12t30 to6i3Jp. m.
.: b0.sI.t t. Ctowiatan T. heal.! I .t.
\ Wm *.111..., K|.4n4. William* H. looked for work and found It "

100 Hour noM lo I. H.Daubl..4e-w.....r., axHftaH. -SOW.Kluilnd," to, As Qua stated "An, Job was Until Sept Jlit. ,
B.III.. Slrurt.ul-kr J. AraoM f. br a good Job U you made It 10." .
Tin_ f. a... .. tail'*- off 4. AnwM And that was what he wantedto OF
S, Hit kr Nt.h.-.r. 4 A..N. I 4N.- (
fcr Tl.d.11 t .1:.' Cut H. AnMM U..._ ....... build 'for the future. and have I \
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STUART :WATER COMPANY SURE THiNC r good Florida friends.Now the Both parent are sold'must on Stuart Drug i iI ruler'sCorporation '

ww see what ha entranced their ( Boat Yd
One way to have your Dorn. to s
children M Mr and Mrs Howard
down In history Is to peat R on the Martin and N,.. Anna Oarnltzkl I acy

IM for new automobile _Redwood will be motoring from Railway. Harvey I4onylar Toler agebretsst

Sliuhlngi!: CarberviOe, Calif. H' I? shortly to visit them:




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THE 8TCART NEWS, BTEAftT.MARTIN COUNTY, FtORtDA, THTRSDAI' JUNE W, IMS '
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h ITO CONVENTION I I. The custom of presenting Miami offte*'of the U B. De Two trillionhours :
Wo annual M. Haneock ante will.heriffi! at. I.gloves survival to funeral of an ancient pallbearers use ot U 1933 Fad for Federal Agency :194? INDUSTRY partment of) Commerce I of electric.. 1

I a West Palm Beach gloves u a symbol of high Here are tome of them M reflected crated last yea*: i I,pod Wednesday, I position Initials Still Much in Evidence HAS BIG GAIN in an over-all report be- dustry and private CItI'1.um... I'
l ln( Issued by the Commerce De- New con trpeUoll| activity
'" partment: resented an Mnendlture of only w.
, Washington June 10 Wi = ARA-Agricultural ;Research Total employment reached I proximately t HM600000, rep.j' toll,, which *wot 1
!lI See lA ForI When the New Deal took over Administration IN SOUTHEAST record high. about 1345WO 000 more to what U''no* _. '
I the J'ederai Government In 1933, BAft--Bureau of AgrteulturdEconomics. Banks in the region had a than In 1940. York State j I' I
. ...R.... .. Repair aDd designation of Government t profitable year. 'I [
w BLS Bureau of Labor Statistic Flnal' for 1947 Industry Retail sales Increased In all
Part agencies by Initials ; figure on -
4a [VICE Alphabetical spread tendencies rapidly *. ?.. activities In the South areas compared with 1946, and : : '.f1;

4r prompted much ribbing ministration CAA-Civil Aeronautics Ad east Indicate reeord-breaklnt nearly increase all also lines were of registered wholesale>In CENTRAL MARKET :
ARNOLD.BAUER Today the alphabet II still advances on, many economic trade.
; with us, not only in the Federal CAB-Civil Aeronautics Board fronts, according to Marion A. Iridexei of retail food prices \ .' "
142-W Government CCC-Commodity: Credit Cor
Boulevard Phone but In the United MEAT
Lucia Nations (UN) and in State and poratlon Leonard, ;"district manager ot the were from 17 to 27 per cent high 1.
er December 1847 than
private groups CSC-ClYll Service Commission. January 1M7 In PRODUCE, and GROCERIES ':: I I :; I
Here are some that. still lung : FPHA-Federal Public Hou : I,
I Two hundred thousand
more ..
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COURTEOUS e ./
: tog Authority 1 SERVICE r ,"
tionABCAtomic leA Economic Cooperation can of freight were loaded In t
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= Mare omertyle'BREAD Energy Commission Administration (Formerly ERP),' FSA-Federal Security Agency 1847 than in 1946 a CONVENIENTLY LOCATED2nd ''y \ ; J
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FTC--Federal Trade Commission Cash farm J \...
EIB receipt from
w -Export-Import Bank marketing ,
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AMO-American Military Government and Attao. / Joe Brooks ,
o FAO Food and Agriculture << were nearly $300000,000 .
Organization (UNI). I FWA-Federal Works Agency greater in 1947 than In 1948 Ii"

4V2-lb. loaf ..............18c FBI-Federal. Bureau of Investigation -I OAO. -General'Accounting Office IAnthony's S

FCA Farm Credit Association GPO-Government Printing '
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i Office:
] Jane ParkerENGktSH FCC-Federal Communications. HHFA-Housing and Home Finance

MUFFINS r r Commission FCIC'-Federal Crop Insurance HOLC Agency- Home Owners Loan Spea1s JUNE'1&512 i '

Corporation Corporation .
,,. ,15cHEOSSELBtfNS t FCM3 Federal Conciliation IBRD-International Bank for of"nir '
??? t oOMR ; Complete Line Eye Frozen Food ;: : ;j!
(* < IM and Mediation Service* Reconstruction and Development -
FDA--Food and Drug Admin. ,
I PARKER CINNAJiDNPkof4 istration ICC Interstate Commerce GROCERY MARKET .f : 1 :
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FDIC--Federal Insuro Commission
ft __ '25c ,anon Corporation.Deposit I I ILO--International Labor Organization Fin. Arts TOILET Chuck BEEF ;
FTC Foreign Funds,Control. .
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N PARKER 1 FHA Federal. Housing Administration Fund IMF-International Monetary SOAP 2 bars 17c ROAST lb. 59c ;} a'
ONUTS ,
FHLBA Federal Home Loan MBCC Bird Conservation Wisconsin ; "
I $In, 1 doz. .. .. i .. .... .... .. ...17ctnamon Bank Administration -Commission Migratory VEL Lox291 Daisy f
FPCFederal Power Commission NACA National Advisory CHEESE 6Sc
or Sjigared ...... 18c The DOME ells yoilwh.n Committee-for Aeronautics. Pilbbury Beat \ II" ,

M PAGE, CREAKY RICH tar soalsdl I ENMA-Fe ..
The we MI OMI It ,i. .
Mortgage Association
i SALAD DRESSING ..,.II lid a. s.in 5 Agency. NLRB-National Labor Relations FLOUR 5 e: 47 ACON 59c
1. qt. .......63c .w, ,ion, wd. riM aNrMdwa Board. =: \ II" : f. Jd N W
N PACE .,-sr ead.n,1pr1 pew ,. 11.hment.NM&-NaUonal Military Estab- Donald Duek GRAPEFRUIT \y ck i ''I '. .

GRA \ JAM $& whoa ft-sow y.w.. hod.5N $505I. NRC National Research t
s JUICE 2 :: 9c B NES 19c
b. jar ._2lc \2lb'jar ... ..39c I.SOME HI w Wd rid, paxa THE MOTI COMPLETE Council.NSC-National Security Council i IB 11,._ I

\ nM.N..N a..re RETAIL AND HOLESALE3Q National Security Resources :
NPAGEBAKING P NSRB- ANTHONY'S ECON MY MARKET ,,
\WDER
e.r Board.
z. can ._ .6c 12-ox. can lOc ....w aW..a.waW / O D T Office of Defense 300 SO,AKRON AVE. : STUART, FLA.
TransportationOEM YOUR fRIENDLY SEMI-SELF tRVIc.t GROCERY AND MARKET P:
IL LY REGULAR OR FISH FLAVORED I putt uonnas co. IN THE PALM EACHES Office for Emergency FREE I. J.llI ,
MUK"d'NafLt PHONE 143 F 3R DELIVERY
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OG FOOD 3.1 3 'c: .. -+- 25c 417 OKEECHQ/EE PHONE/JSSI ROAD Management OHE. Office of Housing Expediter 1 I II'

1 PAU-Pan-Amerlean Union, I'
SELECT A &" P GARDEN FRESH PBA-Public Building Admin i

FRUITS and VE ABLES SERVIlte MARTIN /OUNTYWIjM istration.PMA Production.and Mar- .: J I, '
ALSO FROZEN AND 15RIED/ FOODS keting Administration.RDB '11 rqNNESARFIMPRIANT1
.. -Research and Development -.r
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Vl Head ValenciaOrange? 81b. bag; Board Formerly JRDBI) I t'
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Complete/ airy Line REA Rural Electrification t p" ti EO ., '
ttuce, 2 hd....29ci .. ...32cFresh Administration. '
Bantam'i Detiverys In Jensen RFC-Recon.tructlon Finance. tM FiN FOODS I
i Beach An Tuesdays, H
rn, 4 eartfLjl2 ......-35rf: Peanuts, Ib. .. .....21c I- Thursday and Saturdays. :Corporation RRB Railroad Retirement y
Yew -- / Board !
SEC--Securities: and Exchange
:! -stalk :; Onions, 2 Ibs. ,.21 c / GRADE A I Commission: HANDY six BOTTLE CARTON

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Guaranteed /r hWatermelon. ? ? I 'SCS-SOU Conservation. Service f.
New White P URIZED # Administration COCA COL S Plus Bottle Deposit 19, ; ';
6SA Social Security
r' OCENIZEt 1
POTATOES
O t
ach .
80c j' .
Tommy Tucker, Yellow! Cling, Slice Santa Cruz, Whole unpeeled j
Ibs.
10 49c Valley Au-
and TVA Tennessee
up TAMIN D Mil j -
thorltyUNESCO. : No. ". I
PEACHES I123c APRICOTS : 23c
TRY A A P COFFEE, COFFEE CREAM I Educational, -Scientific United and Nations Cul-

None Better VAt Any Price! #c HIPPING CREAM! tural Organization. Osceola BrandTOMATOES Cabin. Home White Corn I

O'Clock Red Circle: Bokar F'; a i SOUR CREAM 7f'' ly UN-United UNO). .Nation (former 2.2. 25b MEAL 5J 39c I j

lib. UNKRA United Nations Relief l. ,
I 40c 2 lb. sSe 1 lb. _45c COTTAGE CHEESE ,

|3 lb.., 1.15 \ 3 Ibs....1.29 BUTTER AND EGGS and. Rehabilitation Administration Dill Fly and Insect Pride Valley Cream White .' ,

ment USES Service-United States Employ SPRAY 29c SWEET CORN 2::' 19c.I. t l
CHOOSE A &: P SUPER RIGHTWESTERN c .
F FROM OU TRUCKS USCC-Unlted States Commercial ____ 1
1 MEATS OR UR Company MAXWELL HOUSE I
r RIGHT 4 TRIMMED RIGHT FAVORIT'S GROCER USTC United States Tariff

PEA RIGHTIWOk Commission VA-Veterans AdministrationWAA COFFEE ..' '(Ib.) . 51 I;. i1' :
DA RY
BA
War Assets Admlnlsratlon j l.
ROAST 6ScESiiPORK.
'' -- GARDEN FRESHPRODUCE :i i
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: O. BOX 1042, STUART WDC-War Damage Corporation LARGE MIDIUM/ 1
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WRYfNOW '
33c 14c j

OSTON BUTTS IL. .. 54c Green, 1 t'

W TO T f'LETSIIN RODUCE VOI Frozen Fruits toe MEDIUM Cabbage Ib..4c ..jl/ ,

10" 121b. MET OUR MEAT Vegetables and Pies e C 14c ) I
OOKED HAMS : 59c Yellow, Crook Neck
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Ib. DUALLY 9-dal Creep '
Enr- JL I Squash, Ib. .9c //n

0 TTAGE CHEES 21c rt 'i&pps/ t CABBAGE _4C OXYDOl 'LAR 33c, Farm Ripe ''I, ," '

Ib._ lyd TO rBE Tomatoes '
Indian River f MEDIUM
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NYFIEtD GRADE A *& > i v i S WASHES WHirt iL 14c 2 Ibs. ... ........,19c t 1\\ [ Ii Iih.
WITHOUT/ &MC VC
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OJANGESIL21CNuMaid .
CEO BACON 69c r t
t Yellow <, 1\ I ,i :
Table GradeMARGARINE Onions, 2.Ibs,. .15c I /' ,: .' .J
ry'sest lone ,Y. C. CRiseo' j. r ( '' .
I FLOUR I Halves, .r SlicedPEACHES 35C New Red/ I j'11'; .

FRYERS /
y7$,. CUT UP :ENTER CUT'ORKCHOPS 1.23 43c 5 Ibs. '......... _t 29c j ;

p, I yt lbs. ...7 g No. 2% can .....27c LEGS -THIGHT 85c ,. 69c j ', '

e SUPERIOR! QUALITY WESTERN MEATS J! f' ll

OIL.L49c Lena sweet BRIMS Ib. .M_ 89c 1CKORY SMOKED Local Killed, Dressed and Drawn Swift. Premium Beef Standing Rib ,: '.i' 1


Iqt 97c No.PEAS 2 cans ,23cter' BACKS .i 33c BACON Ib... 49c .HENS 3 ::v1\-1b.-...\. 59c ROAST IL69c_ 1

6y Food, 2 'rs..19c Cuban Isolation Crusher O.k Hill Cut Gren Sugar Cured Breakfast a Chuck ,, '

Star Beans No. 2 ..._.__ .13c .(
31/.oz. I Pine gjple.No. a can 29c can :
a
MIi ad Biue b Canada Dry Ginger plus deposit BACON 11,.. .. iSc ROAST ib...._.__ _.r,_ 65c 1,1 ,
6 4-op. OMATOESolate Coffle,1 Ib. can -SicVel.ikg. Ale, 6 bottles25c '
Sugar Creek \ Herman' Orange Band :
2 bars 35c 2 .,,2 cans-.25c r :.. ,29c Super Suds,' kg. __......31c !I i'
Meyer BUTTER JL 82c WIENERS Ib.39c ;
w"errSuunsh KKrispyCracrst Donald Duck Grapefruit i'L i 1 .
er Kraut &Franks Nal.is Chees.a. k Nq Ib. _. .?>..26cSweethl Juice, 6 No. 2 cans ._.......29c : 1-\I RI ;

.37c I T Z, t.___ --- -- r --- Shortening ALL POPULAR BRANDS OF OLEO, lb. -_ __........37q 'f'/'/

4dwiches Soap, \bars __ 29c Bake Rite, 3 lb.. .-$1.15: !' ;
14c 1lb.. g. .23c tea.prjj G SELF RISING

/ FLOUR, bs..39c 10 Ibs.. 79c ...,_1.89KlNDWD'5 ,THE COMPLETE FOOD STOREGROWER'S $ +\ ;'It. I!



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TOT: STUART STUART MARTIN COUNTY FLORIDA. TIITJRSDAT U IMSLASSIFIEDS
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_ iflL -THE LITTLE ADS THAT GET ACTION QUICK"



( : '"" I I -. --- MARRIED FRIDAY IN HAVANA :::i- 4D'.Tl1M :


\ j }l", \" ". I ; PHONE.30,0. '10:1 tHE 'l.COUNTY roe MARtiN ro0,
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: For JUuA t :
rACE ROII'itI.J u 1
AdTakeriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMimiiiiiiiiiiniimiiiii S" NOTICE Of' 5isi'Esy"N 1

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CLIO ; --- -'c :, 01' ...mHo". I:; I
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I I I Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I Dr. H. son:: : :.. ::; .. .rB. y y'II I
; Harry Hlpson and
k RATES Jc PER: WORD ORDINARY FOR SALElililllIlllillilllIlllllIuIllIluIIllIihIllllIlll '
S SERVICE OFFERED dale, left Tuesday for Phila, .. ti. ;
A *' MINIMUM SOc FOR IT .. '. rI ; "

span t s ,, WORDS; So PER WORD CAPITALS. iiiiiimimiiiiiiiimiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiifliiii I delphia. Dr. Hlpson will attend b.':. Cad aa-s : t,. S
SALE -- Short from IIW .toJ. the 25th anniversary of his ,class
Palm MINIMUM SIc FOR 11 FLOOR COVERINGS Arm. ::...ft ". I ..
WORDS 5-now $1 and $U8. Mid- Btrong'Junlald Unoleum and at the University of Pennsylvania ..... 01 lI.rtl.f With riffs and halters (were KM and Intend to stay for a: d., ef l <, .
iii-iIIIIIiijIulsHiiuhIlIiIhtil.aI,i i ".; Asphalt Nr. Rubber and Cork J'le A. ii I II. :.t I Iu
facill) now $1.50 and $1. Two-piec short! post-graduate course! .
APARTMENTS FOR RENT Tile. Guanbateed 'Installationby I = "too ::
lbly liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillATLANTIC play suite.from 11 U 56.50- expert mecVinic*. Griffin -0- \ ltsisdt.dwon.od. .y O ,;

now $3.95. Vl lIart Dept. Store Kcker:: Inc. 90\S. Dixie, For Mr. and Mrs R. H. Rollins and r uATautai.u. _.... .fI, A..,
June 10 Mr. and Mrs Jim Kennedy attended -
.oa.- Pierce. % May 10 If the State Democratic' B".f the. tototc': :;' "

'. I OK SALEr& 3 Ilollyuood Box SPENCER Sl'PrOtjTS 'er ,wo-: executive meeting in Punta i ', 'l'HAUU WHIImKM .5 I I
Spring Beds, Inneraprisig Mat men. Men's belts) Luella Downey Gorda Tuesday.\ 1 :=: .&.-i. i iis.

"rl !3 m L""J tn ,n trfSHfs, 1 dresser, 1 Aiest of ,' 1101 OranA Ave. Fort .*. :- !.".,,:!t) n. t4.. Ab I i. '...

0 1 1H" drawers, 1 night $tabli Rex Pierce. Phone H7-M for appointment Brooka Bridges, son-of Mr. and LE31ALor A
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fflu. .'t ;>U Hotel. Illfl| 13. tHilliiliiltlUiiiillilliHiiiiii / &I Mrs. S. E. Bridges, left Bunday :

3'f m !i' }n i1 l 1111I11111 PAINTIN1IkCORATIN"PAPER l I night for Atlanta to visit Mr. and r ll'i-1.

.. IIA .lNG. Summer Mrs., Lee ,Bridges IN THI COUN
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':' NOTICES11I1111111111111I11111111111111111 AND FOR M O\Jltlm
,,, prices. Free*sUm at... C. Ros -5- : ) -- i FLORIO .
1111111,11I, er. Rio, len* n Beach. June 1. )dr. and Mr*. Herbert Dugan :
COURT I lil'CK Privates have ondl'rful fpent last week end in ML Dora. IN ecbaap. fuo lu5yi
QfoLandelurinr. 1 01'
I p APARTMENTSSTUART opportunities in.. modem BL'iLD : MU Dee Law, a freshman at =1f. lijAllelIl( p, )1

t FLORIDA Army and Air Fort< Recruit.S ditching hu Ind filling. Phone329W I Northwestern University In Kvanston. -

1f I Newly ,ted, Fully Equipped Ing Officer In lob : of LYRIC J_ tf 111., will arrive home tomorrow YnoN0T4"' to cocitiyto

house e. log Apartments THEATRE Frida/ and Satur DON'T WAIT until it's too late for a vacation with tier "... ... .....

I Low unifier Rates day. 9 June 18 See us} today for automobile parent, Mr. and Afro John M srI. dnatt. ,"".'..'' '.'.'
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I Open Jll Year Round -- ----- Insurance that you need under Law, Jr.Gordon. ..r.,............H..r h., .'''.1..' ,... ....
V. ; DANCE to the /muolc. ol Art the net- financial responsibility .... R." ( v': :mi. I
I TJcphone If FACET!: 9152, Mgr Smith's Orcheftra at Jaycee Lai. Theodore Deboa ..It Butcher, a student at Mr,. Eliza t'tb W I\ hip Stetson and David Reel lege-in WinJet Part AJism 1 I. t lIQII\-1kJd'lub-. [ M.MI Cb"fenotlth <"' "a. .oil....

I Fourth of Jubf Dance, Saturday Son, D\hon Bid,, phone 81. Auburn, Ala., is visiting his Alison! vere murrlixl Friday night in Havana where Sleet producer. The ample; It'ft here Tuesday to ..I.h.d.. tturthoUM' IKt.3t'.V'hi' Kloiu.2T"

i i IHmMIIIMI/llliriiTilllTlTllMMIIIItllllll, i i l i i i i : night Ji4s' 3, Stuart Log It mother, Mrs. .Velma Butcherl they were guests'of. Mr. and Mn, Nicholas Men- spend{ the summer In Miuml Bt-m'h and will move. .... fir.1, p.MuST.'VW, _. >.

VI TORY HOTEL Cabin-admiaion' $1.June. doza. She ii '(I* daughter sir> Mr and Mr.*. W R. in the fall to Hollywood to mA J their home, elnlsi.oedunus4 muit >tow thi ,' "b'btos' '
j lit, n, U EXPERT 11.ASTERING repairs Mrs. Kate Leonard returned and _' offl... .dd _..
1 Leach of Beach attended Rollins Col- \.fh _
R. K. GRAFFE, Mgr. her Jensen _ .. ._ (
that stay\nut. Saturday to home, CantonHotel .ot e .
D\Srt" ;; Ernest Ricou .................................................................................................., t .-. ... .,. :.": u""I --.
Live In'1 modern air-cooled ho JAYCEE Stuart Lot Box: S13, >\!art. June It from Martin County Hos- 111I11I11I11I1111I111I111, 11I11111111I1111I11111111I111I11I11I111I111I11I11I11I11111 11111111111111 ": tia.
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tdIon; / .I1ke atmosphere, large Cabin Saturday night, July 1 'RUSSES--; i tie -stockings& DitaL T. T. OUCHTERSON 'T':: lOiS C."is: :.. '..

airy outlide rooms. Solarium 1 Admission SU Art Smith's Or- knee pads, a\\) ets, etc, Stuart -0-- SOCIAL NEWS WEDS RUTH HAM U.\ROO1I ,

overlooking, St. Lode River, che a. Coife, and have fun. Drug Corp. tf James Holliday of Chicago I 11 JAMI"r, ) > ass
.t t June 10, n, M vacationing for two week at the T. Oughterson, Martin County &aLouoo.o ( f''a', <, If_
-I Private! Beach, _._ DO YOii'Kit1iuble with your : Moo 'd S "",,'
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n'o k"i:; Carlton Hotel lllllinilllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIUIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIII 11I11I11I1111I1111I1111 prosecuting/ / attorney, and Miss I
Bar, Goods hens not
Package \ lay) Then use
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81 ()UOHTKH (IN
('K Privates (an retire with a -I- I; INI'III.
Lounge, Kbrine Room Dancing.BarB i Hess Pan.a.ni. Stuart Feed Ruth Ham both of Stuart were 0 Bf T. T. (''Ui.Attosor I ',\
after 10 See Recruiting Dr. and Mrs. J. Howard Neall l'
| pcnoion years. Wells-Greene Nuptials Held married by the Rev F. Byron L C.>..r i ,
-() Parlor in Store, If
.pcauty ; connection J
Officer for Army and of Port Bewail left -Stuart Sun Gibson at the First Baptist /
rss.ssos. I ,. ,
'er Ali '--.o I isa
for Glild
I Air Force in ibby of LVK1C AGENTS Pumps. day and are spending a few days ChUrch In Valdosta, Ga., Friday
Low Sun> 'l'r Kales ,iNovil! I THEATRE: "riJ and Satur- Ila I e I.. Immediate delivery with Mr, and Mrs. Edwin A. Men- At Methodist Church Here evening. They were attended b) Lena "D't.RTlSiIttNiii '

I : t Rooms v.ill\it Bath, Showers, ---i \ 10 Stuart Hard/are Co. Phone finger at their summer home in his son, William, who met them ADVERTlSMun

Reft Rooms - ..108. f. tf Cashiers, N. C., en route to their at Gainesville for the trip north, ,
REWARD I Fi Information --- ----- Plumosa fern palma, cathed. Donald served NOTICe Of INTENTION TO UClr
Single \ $8.00vkly., LAUNDRY home on Long Island where they Burroughs as On their return trip they visited ., 1CTITIOUS NAMtT

Double \ $9.00 wily leading to (the \ rent of persons ON SVlCEREDUCEDPRICE )AMP WASH, one- will spend the su mer. ral candelabra. white gladioli and best man. Joe Courson teas head briefly In Gainesville, Ocala I I ,, 110. :

Rooms \ ivale Bath destroy iisg "Sail Fish I day cervirft, clothe Easter llllei provided the back- usher The other ushers were and Orlando. They returned I tool ivnwr .4. S ,..... ..
: ( Single 1 $12.00 v.kly. Lodge Signs. L. t Stmmonu.1 thoroughly George Krueger of Miami, home '0' i. Is". 1 I 11 71s.M
j ground for the marriage of Miss Emerson Kramer Wells Tuesday night and will n .
I Wayne ,
washed! ,
June, J, It clean In raln-iof I mi.Miferlfcfa II nol.0 I 55 too.
Double $15.00 wily.I I brother of Karl and A. P: Krueger tide in ,
i.l 1 sterilized Minnie Louise brother St. Lucle Estates. ShIs cs.oliuo" i 5,5" II....0.
water c npletel Greene daughter of the bridegroom and
; April 8 IfiiiiiiMiinii C.ETour card at LYKIC THEATRE returned damp, ready for home pltal., i Ia in the Martin County Hos of Mrs. H. J. Greene and Walter Dan McClure. the daughter of P. 3. Ham of :' r. = ::: ,' I ; r r0001' ::.:

,:3; I' lllIlllillilIullllllIlI !till!! '! !(! Friday and S-fcurday and Ironing or rylnr. 10 pound and Elba, Ala.! and sister of Mr A. \
; -0- Lee Wells, son of Mr. Mn. The bride's mother wore a C. Courson and Mrs. Harris nut 11'I> CIltlCUI
\;, ,:I\\ i luiMiiiwimmiTiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiFORSALE Join the Kiddie jingle Club only 45 Srnta additions I Dr. and Mrs J. D. Parker wentto E. O. Wella. The double-ring gown 'of gray floral with I *. w S 1. "
crepe I .
June 10 pounds cell s pound, cash Wlniton both of Eldorado I .h.lo '.. ..,....... .. ,, _
i! '0, .. per Tallahassee Saturday. On ceremony took place yesterday white accessoriei" and a gardenia Heights ,.._, goad ,. oease.> a-,
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"' carry.NO MINIMUM. their return trip, their daughter, afternoon at the MethodistChurch. corsage while the brldrgroom'umother 1, ...... S altoMuir' '.. '",- ,.. """r.
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i\\ l' 1111I111I11111I11111 "'11I111I1111I1111I11111II'S WARNING."Sail-T perwis! destroyIng -" Weighed wheiNlry. PEOPLE'SLAUNDRY. Jean Parker, who has been attending The Rev. W. a, Al- chose a gown of green MRS. SWANN HOSTESS '......... lI.rtl..5.50.154. ,".,.,..'"
/ Fish Leo Signs. June It F.S.U. dridge performed the rites. floral 1 511.0' W'i' 1 IJUio'. IsfMa
\ 1-OR SALE- -Ioot open Navy accompaniedthem bemberg, worn with white ,
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The sheriff has bees notified Edward u..or( 1 ,'. .......
Mrs
;':!!, Launch. ft h.p. Grey Marine as far as Palatka where The ceremony opened with accessories and a gardenia corsage. Swann of Castle:- am'nn S.c 5",, .
W, Diesel \\f\\\\ sacrifice at bartIt and will prosecute fu the full she visited relative Jean continued Miss Sara Rollins playing "Clair Hill, Sewalls Point gave a dinner hv.'."

I gain. Srj at Cook's Cottage -extent- ...of--the. law.-- +, June...-3, ID I Florida. --1 her trip to Stuart Wed- de tune" and Mrs. Edna Cou- A reception followed at Mrs party Tuesday\ night for Mrs. T 0.5os L inn

Courts, I'/viera Beach. Fla.: DANCE! DANCE: DANTE: Saturday nesday. toot rendered appropriate nuptial H. J, Greene's home, 739 Styp I L Hauomann and her slster-ln- unri) i saIl
1: June JO I -0- music at the console Mrs' mann Blvd. Miss Lorraine McPherson law Mrs Floyd hooch of ,Jopltn, .Psbi___I,,, '. V>*>
3 Stuart
: night July Jay- Ferris former Fred Walton soloist, "I Mo. Other guests were Mr. and
'l [ WheJ Miss Marilyn Cleveland. sang registered guests In the Ltr.l. AOVEITISCMEinISOTK'
cees at Stuart Logfabin. Everybody -
I : FOR SA 19JS OldsmobiU Invited. ,Art Smith's Jensen Beach school teacher Lore You Trul,' and "Because.", bride's book. The cakes,was cut M,.. T. T. Oughterson, Dr. and TO 'cqsroacrse

I' 1 Coupe Jvery good condition musicians. Admission one buck. HORTENE K. WELLS left Saturday for Florida State Given in marriage by< her by Mrs. Karl Krueger, assisted Mrs. Charles E, Lane,' Mr. and

good/ tiles, good mileage. Price June 10,17,21 May 25 marked the University in Tallahassee to attend brother, Robert Greene, the bride, by Miss Jeanette Rudd, and Mrs.Wilson Mn L. ,M, Francis' and beginning -
I' '300. Pone 2JO-J. June If I -+--- ol an Important era In this summer schooL wore! a bridal satin gown made McClure presided I at the Donnelly,
-0-.* with a fitted bodice, bouffant, punch bowl. TulI.Ouois'Pi
;; 1CK.Privates C/me Honse"LYRIC State It the first 00'
was day on S
FOR SAlfe; Double Hollywoodii1 THEATlUt Friday and which for the first time in Carolyn PlrUe accompaniedher skIrt extending to court traIn,1 The bride's JoIng.a...ay suit WEDNtSDAI! PICNICS":

Bed.- fvirs. Perkins. Phone I Saturday.MOLNTAIN. i June 10 weeks Floridians twirled many the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.A. and long pointed .sleeves. Her 1 was green with pink accessories. SLATED AT GOLF CLUB MAINS 50CC rnOOAS

'. 44WI. I ___.. June 10 l- dial of their radios without having B. Plrtle, to TUusvllIe Tuesday. fingertip veil of Illusion was held Out-of-town guests attending The Martin County Golf ''and dwfrC .bW. S.rr S. < J.WUfcfl

", ITACTlON.Ruomfor ::: their ears blasted by the to spend the oummer.0 to a tiara of white blossoms. She the wedding were the -bride's Country Club held Its monthly- l '.U4,iffl iWIIUfcJUM
FOR SAD: 2 bedroom house
'I' I carried a white Bible showered great-grandmother, Mrs. O. W picnic at the -t
I ,'t. couple wit* kitchen prlv voices of candidates: or their club June 2. Sixty I iC4 > -
and 3 Us. Furnished, kitchen lieges 1 in quietispot: by week spokesmen voicing their virtues Mrs. W. R. Page! of the Atlantic with white rosebuds and tube Meek, Tusonmbla Ala., her nine members and their guests IsOoolOt *.(
remodeled. further
Just For
or month tool feet elevation and attempting to the Court Apartments has returned roses. grandmother Mrs. H. O Stuart attended The younger set danced I 9.Pe. -Of5NlOO
Informuun" % 1064 East 4th St. I Write Mr*. ,L,+h Munson, Cashiers voter into their Jure respective unwary from a visit with hot mother, The: bride was attended by her of Live Oak Mrs. C. C. Barry and .en the patio, and games were las, AlA M.r' ,i su ,h

., ,', ur write ox 278. June 10 N. C. f June U camps. To the candidate and Mrs. H. C. Ooble of f Hollywood. sister Mia) Lurllne Greene, maid daughter, Ann, of Perrlne Mr. /played rWrr., 00
5 of honor. Miss Peggy Ulmer, Miss and Mrs. D. W. Cunningham anit The Woman's ,.nlfu ..0.,00..s .--
4 their enthusiastic I Auxiliary of the
FOR SALE-1J934 supporters ,
Pontiac no
Good tires.\uns goud. SUM Coupe.. Be IIIIMIIIllllllimilljimilllllllHIMIIIlrilFORRENT % music is sweeter than the sound: Walton K. Parks and Robert Sara Rollins and Mrs. Pan McClure son David, and daughter/ ,Judy club plan to have picnics the Ii 5 -

'rf seen at 10l\ East 4th t>t. of their own voices, hut Mr. and I Longbottom motored to Falson were bridesmaids.The of Pahokee; Mr, and .Mrs. William first Wednesday of the month !: : A -
I June It, 'iiiiiiliiiHiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiriniiiiiiiillFOR Mrs. Non-Candidate are grate, N. C.. Wednesday They were accompanied maid of honor wore blue Goodman of Fort Lauder- all during the summer. as ian .1,5'. S OuC iSonse

: 1:' _._ FOR RENTfurnished Apartments ful for the opportunity to hear: by W. O. Parks who taffeta and carried peach gladioli. dale, ,Mrs. R. L. Simmons of West -
S will remain there for the sum. Miss Ulmer waa In pink Mrs. Palm Beach, Mr and Mrs. Mark MATRONS! cu, -
; 'TIIESE CLASS
; RE. SELLERS all ace trie:; yearly or programs of their own choosing MEETS '005 00055 '
t.. ONLY S f."CIl I seasonal ra* 110 Adults. Green and, in many instances, more to,' mer. McClure! in gree.h and Miss Roll- Wltham of Jupiter and Mr. and The Matrons Class of the l =
-0- loa In pink. All carried bouquetsof Mrs. T.-A. Christiansen Yero
.5 ,I J1 Apis. 431 Row, Inquire their liking. pf Methodist '
at the Stuart !Ne while supply C'fconut Miss Josephine Daniels and peach gladioli. Beach. Church met for a cov> sail I. no
I lasts. Garag6 Apt. June 10,11 This happy state Of affairs, Miami wed dish luncheon wlth-Mrs. Joe See .0bI --
brother. Max Mueller, of
'" "Lydia n..Hc Kenneth however, will be brief. Philp Tuesday. A Al .obj, -
by By early reception yaw
I
lolL RENT ;criC refrl/l' and James Wynn and Mr. and UDC CHAPTER HOLDS MRS. TYSON ENTERTAINS is. .,u.io ..JoluS
(, $Ubert',' ,. / July the air waves will be bursting planned for the Rev. and Mrs .0 55. .u4 0.5"inn.
Mrs. James Walker of. Clewlston
;i t' -, *Thr MoneymaCostain. by Thos.I tor. 6 'cu. reasonable In. with broadcast from the with Mr. and Mrs. FINAL MEETINGThe :Five table of bridge were in W, O. Aldrldge June 18. Those .' .uausk '
\ I quire Stua-\i.Sewn OffIce. spent Sunday $ slut, MtO -
'. City of Brotherly Love where the Frank Blackstone. /play when Mrs. Lon Tyson entertained Wending the luncheon were
S / "Britlan, 1'1e\l' by Slargery June 10 ttepubllcans. will foregather to S General J. ;E. B. Stuart Friday at the home of- Mr*, T. T. Richards. Mr*. Al- pmw. .

S : Sh..a; FOR- RENT- TIIRf.E. ROOM choose, between Dewey-stassen- Mr. and Mrs. Evans Crary and Chapter, United Daughters of the Mrs. Roth Stevenson Guests- dridge, Mrs A. C. Courson, Mr*. PC ,.l.,ou.e..4nst
( j lerbertS Bt.I. raft and/ or various assort H. H. Thayer, -' ICIS aPaoiv
I 1: na'un" by APT. 4EOSIT: DECORATED, and Evans, Jr., were the week-end Confederacy, held Its final meeting were Mrs. Clyde! Plrtle, Mrs. B. M Jolly Bozone, once ''in plug v --
at.
\ S \I '; fAnrora lIo&lIn' by herman ALL UEC' tiC, LIGHT AND ed dark horses. Immediately 161lowlng guests of Mr. and Mrs. R W, of the season Tuesday night, A. Hinson, Mrs;. Art Bowertng,, Mrs. Andrew 'Kerf Mr*. L 8,. ho's 50 ,eri.. I- CO.nIu.

"I> k Wouk. AIRY, RE. ONABLE YEAR this meeting of minds the Plckerlll at a camp near. Or at the home of Mr*. C. M. Walker Mrs. Ralph Chandler, Mrs. John pecker, Mrs, Edna Coutant and ., ., aoftP'so Slis -
"Thomas fort by Edward Democrats will gather for what MKs
f' K Dumich Byrena TOttn.
Mrs.
lando. 002: Riverside Drive. Curtis Whltlcar, '
Mrs.
ItOl''ID! RE*T. PhONE 300.
t I promises to be :
\ ''I !; Stanley.ThunoVr IIIAY ZOtf > a three-ring performance -0- Walker vtts assisted in entertaining Mrs. D. L Williams Mrs. Florence ::1 -
S 1 "' Ouifuf China" by and hard on the heel been Hackett, Mrs. EllA SPONSORS StPMR:
1---- --- '-- Bobby Knowles, who\ has by Mrs. M o. LHtman. Fannie Jackson Al hias- ,' '
S I'hite&JaubiS () RitE N 11-' Small modern of the Elephant and Donkeys attending Stetson University, is Making he; annual report, chap- Miss Flora Stanley Mrs. The FHA girls 'at.' the high eon, au11 .. '

; j' I I I'' rfThe* bark.FOtt. Tinwles-fland". by Elra: home. All t nveniencea, cen will Wallace.It come. the disciples of Henry spending _two ...eeks. _with. his! ter president Mrs. Paul M. Hoen- i Harry Ocr, Mrs. L. M. Johnson, school sponsored a dance and 5.50w i00 rTa.

> trally locate Summer rates. >arenti, Mr. and Mr. T. C. abel described the organizationof Mrs. Theodore Hut, Mrs W, C, box supper at the Log Cabin FrI. '. eli If'' -
-- 'oiiS
1 j jI LI'i'.: '". SALEifix double- bed Phone Z8.W %>r see Harris R. Is doubtful mucji\ brother- Knowles of Fort Pierce,, and the local chapter and 1U accomplishment Armor, Mrs. Margaret Keller, day. Each girl!, dressed for the ee.ubrI.I '

I -I "n\h\ 'loner Bring mattrellSe5. Lowery, Sr. .lay 27, June 3,10 Iy love will be in evidence during friends in Stuart before! leaving during the six Mrs. Cordy Schroeder, Mrs. Bos- occasion in slacks or Jeans, prepared OTt, is'' S'' vr.r5rcYl

l lift.. the session of any or aU of theseschools for New York where!! he will months*of its existence. She presented tick Mink and Mrs. Fred Joss a box supper which was
boal, odd chairs, two
opa\fieate( ? used washin FOR RENT iwo down-town of thought and it's a safe spend the summer. certificates of memberships Prizes were won by Rise Stanley, auctioned to the highest bIdder I aidso C 0,0th't.ebIl5h
one '
let
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apartments. Xrwly furnished. that the voter who finds -e- I Mrs. Dumlch Mrs. Plrtle
". 1'Ilrtr n.. bin condition Issued by the national or- and lu 1
good
l lIand tw All electric equi>!nient. Phone hImself temporarily cut off from Virginia Burgess Js l spending ganlzatlon to local members. [ Mn Keller. Oolng-away prizes Dr. and Mrt o. C. Behnet left
,
: cot aie.llotel. Phone
't"! ,Jl51. ... May6tfEvinrude Stuart 1. ft May 53 Of60K his favorite radio programs, the summer with her parents, Program chairman Mrs. Ernest were received by Mrs. Plrtle,- last welt to spend the summer at ::: nvtei15.
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:_._ -----1 1'I. I especially sport fans who will Mr. and Mrs. Ed Burgess. She Lyons presented Mrs. C. M. Mrs. Hinson and Mn. Orr, their home Spartanburg, 8. C.
I : lcoosry
VDGtMawyli
RENT FloorpMndlnr machine miss the report of the big fight IN ThE )
FOR SALL. .wq Out- has Just completed her freshmen Walker, who read a paper on the counTs, p1,000W
bourd toni s. One Zepher 4H.P and ed.... ReflnJsb (we refer now to the boxing year at Mars StIll (INC.) College life of Jefferson Davis' president CHOIR CtILD MEETS Mrs. Charles' Roberts of Atlanta 110 5(1, JOTaTE'')' 1

I I. hllndrr.6 Top condi- your floors at reafmabte rate ring, not the!,, political arena, and plans to return In the,f all.ttt ot the! Confederate States of The Choir Guild of the PresbyterIan Mrs. Glen DeBerry 'and 100, 5A0ISotICE
the
Phone 108, Stuaal during Republican meet will David
t T34o. tlon. On H.! Hardwarett America whose birthday DeBerry returned Tuesay 10 caaalT
I 'I IIP., good. W. C. agree that a plague on both ), CRADS TO STATE was Church met at the homeof ,
June S. The night after All l4ltus
next
O. of
'I': Penne iPhun 166. meeting the Mrs M. Q. Llttman a week's Visit in oobO
houses ,
would be in Thursday Pseto. ihnsod C
."i. June10 order. Tallahassee, ,June 10. More chapter will be Oct. 12. night, Those present were Mrs. ; Miami with Mr. and. Mr*. ,J. P. ,_,.tn-4 n. Ill. ,.' COm
FOR RENT .M rek :
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large Following the conventions than 100,000 yeteran college Borer, OSIcO 'Se war asat -
1 t i. ,FOR SALE 193- Plymouth Tu- double rooms, twiif Hollywood there will be a short earrestlnll'PlrlOdot graduatea are soon to become MRS. GREENE ENTERTAINS Arthur Clonts, Mrs. Herbert Du-! _, is. $ COo. .1 rhOda.' 'u.lC iiiw.no

oN ; ., dIll' Elect c stov, electriC hot beds Rex Hotel, KUeral Hwy a few, week and then available I to the employers of the IS AT DINNER TUESDAY gan, Mrs. Ella Wilson, Mrs. C. M Mr. arid Mrs. George K. Per. boone I 0,050.stuns vlsi-I0'. ..00cli
Walker Mrs. C.
water be at bridge. "f. tf the real oratorical : A. Carrtei, Mrs. kina of Cie pooob, t'
firework
t. electric refrigtpringi - -- willet nation, R. R Macdonald, vetert Following the rehearsal' for the Roland Mlnnehan Mn. Washington D. C. are
1; .erator..B and inner- MinilllllllllllllMlllllllllllllllllllMIMIILOST ; under way, culminating with ana employment representative Wells-Greene wedding Tuesday Huf, Mr Ted pending two week at' their
I I ,..,prtn 1)1 (MM, Desk. Por- the November election, the fore for Florida, has announced} night. Mrs. 3!. J. Greene entertained Ransom* R.Herbert Budhoff. Mr>>. home, the late Col. Oe.rge 8. pooaj.uSoPu0tt
FOlfr Tllton
-' t'! eelain ,Ioj table and chairs, I. & &
1 '4e' TIlton
f K..nel, irport No, phone iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiniiiiMiiiiiiiiii the after-election explanations 1,000 of these college.I Restaurant. The candle-lighted Jr.' : :,,::-

I I 1 4 :ilealls' ., L _Jun 10 FOUND-Dodre Hub lap. 1064Rant of why it didn't happen that veterans will enter the labor table was decorated with white MRS. BERRY-HOSTESS Mr*. Otto Kubln left for New ,-90aunF'aI4ui.osolun' 1040. ulisCO'fa.

I 1'', ,reR SALEraid 4th St. andiliMiiiiiHiiminiinimif I I for thin way. All In all. it promises to market in Florida. gladioli and centered with a cake, York and Atlantic City. Mr.
l ir* box 100-lb. be a big year, ra Berry hOlt Join
was
with. her
''c.pui' : lun.IO topped a miniature bride to 'mate a .. f) iufMtcosLt
in. ft'food space. ___ ess for her tour Li'r'rsOW.Auonu'v .
,$.'*. H.'B. (Teas, flu..,. Mound. can take it In their stride find and. groom, bridge club Friday, States through the New' England CulaI.l''P.05,01
I' j' 1 nniuiiiiiiiii To some folks politic and that they experience no dire re. Quests were Miss Minnie afternoon. Those playing were and Canada. MOI4YrICI
JunslS WANT D Mrs. George Parka, Mrs. .... 0Mrs. ....
poison are synonomous and hi ulta even when not listed among Greene, Walter Lee Wells )flla Bernard "
,)(I.4 PAINT' FO irijj .Qutaide iniiiMiiimimiiiiiiiiiJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimWANTED some eases symptom and results the winner Peggy Ulmer, Miss Sara Rollins, Coker, Mrs. Harris Cowery, .lr. Arthur Clonts, accompanied .

S .II'! White aDd Vlat- White, U.tl HonJ for Manx 'may follow, something of the During the past few weeks 'we Mrs; Edna CoutanC; Mrs. Fred Mrs. Charles Porter, Mrs. Walter by SIre Irwin ** "l *,

',\. per gallon liiU-gJilloii lots. Colors ; \ mother eat w* one kitten.' same pattern. Both may produce have lurvlved a mild attack of Walton, Miss Lorraine! 'McPherson ,; Dewey, Mrs. J.. c. Backlit and drove to Tallahassee Friday to OPK flQVItl.tbbh

;,1; and poreaVnd deck enam- Veil trained. 064 East 4th chills and fever with 'stacks politIcs and a somewhat arduous Miss Lurllne Greene, Mr. ,Mrs. William King. bring> home Mildred and Dorothy -

I 1 elefromU0Z.SbvrgaLu St. i Jan It of nausea la varylngtdereei esslon with ptomaine poisoning. and Mrs., E D. Wells, the Rev. Ctont. who have finished their utn.od snd ? n5" "

.. Ion. "Hob Sound. lUAnlw -Co. _, I and the results may be The former w* can take or leave and Mrs. W. O. Aldrldge Mr. and VAN WIIITEGILADVATIID) sophomore and freshman tear,
,
I'bon.J55J. ( i'frOZ WANTED-Apt ..Plano. ReaMnabU. serious or otherwise, depending alone but the ptomaine poison' Mrs. Dan McClure, Emerson Van White, IT, nephew of the at f'StT :r
,
F'Aiiroin'\ Job! Mennlnger for, upon the! nature of the attack : ng :laid us low, Which account: Kramer, Robert Greene, Wayne late Dr. V. W Burns and Mm. -0- Ft

5 140 Information, flK.n.,30*. and the makeup of the Individual. -:'for the temporary stoppage of Wells. Joe Courson and Donald Burns, was graduated from Paul tr.. and( Gerald Thomas
atom-. Cl a.o'es, 1 RoiAqni 1 North
4| Those who unable have returned indnebhiT'
are to win to
Jane ItiWANTED the Florida Ferris Wheel. j Burroughs. LIttle Rock Chicago liter!
Ark
ir i .to excellent High School
; \ollll"Mn. ..
w 11. -- without undue elation or lose : Yea there similarities a one.weelt vwt with their
are bet| ----- and has received par
'packing hcsise, wash hbed5 -Dr .lTeaf I tabtr and withoutbttternusa 'will find tween politics/ and poison; poiu I Emily Beach a student at FOci, ment to West Point an Van appoint ents> **, and l Mr*. p, 0. Thomas '

garage, V. T Adams, flqbi' k 4 chain. H. aVWoCormlek.: Rio, politics a dish' beat left alone tlea may be strenuous, but 111otn I t.i spending her vacation with Stuart several visited 231 RIverside Drive. They are
,Sound, Fla. Phone nil ''tf /JLFJ}, J_... ffech,, June It whereas times while Dr.
/ tho hardy souls who more fun. Mr mother, Mr Helena Beach, and Mr. Burns rtsldtd her.. attending Optometry the Illinois' College of

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STUART STUART MARTIN. FLORIDA THURSDAY, JUNE It, 1941 FACE FIVEiiiimiiniiii :, ,

1111I1111I11111111I11I1111 l (II"!1111I11I11I11I11I"11I11I11I11I1111I"I I II U I TO THE SENIOR CLASS of MARTIN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL gMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiimitiiimmitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i:!' I lilY '

Congratulations 1 LAST ;MINUTE!= | ,


[ COUNTY TO THE HIGH SCHOOL __! : GJitdlillillItd1 f fJ :: i II.i } 't,: i 1 1i ., i'

ARTIN? CLASS: OF 1948: 1TlIL1rCB((]) ( ll1ltl@ ;::: FOR THE :z i 'I",.' tII t\\

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:: GRADUATE Ii -
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AND YOUR ,I ;'
COMMUNITY EXTENDS 1 1i
The Latch-String Railways!= Out :,.
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At Our .FountnCONGRATUTIONS .' .. > --CONGRATULATIONS r.. 'fin
",,_ : .. ;=: YOU asure, ,to find what you \' \J
:: want at TV1' modern store \1W, 'i

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POST OF 'E ARCADE i11I1111I11I11I1111I11I"111111I11I11I11 FENTON TALKS Senior Class Members SKIT FEATURES =-I WE' 'JOIN CON IN n R A ULATING ':;; ., 'M:,

IIIIuuIuIuuuaIIunnhVIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIrcIIiliuii '. '! !!,!,' ,! I : TO GRADUATES CLASS I 'THE CL pF J948 :'I'; "{ ''I ".
l 1111111111111111111II1111111111 IIIIIIIIIII1111111111111111111111111111111111111/ 1 i ig Who Graduate., Friday PROGRAMNumerous = .\
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Capacity Audience> A'tfndiService ; Awards'Given at 'UJ5 Br3 emfI1, a I 1 ;
5 at Methodist Jeanette Evelyn Hue Annual Senior NihtTue.day = j
:: ChurchThe Rh.ua "' TM REXALL: S1ORE" II :, It,
Dolores
v P Bartlett. PHONE 11 / STUART FLA.iuiiiiiiMUiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiR.. i 1 I ,'l luIItIIIIIIIII1L11111111111I1111 '
Sensors! St Mary Rev R Episcopal M,\Fenton-Church pastorOf Betty Joan Scott, "A(kit given by June Matousek, :- '/11I11I111111 1111I11I =1 J ,. :, '
Jackuea Adnet and John Maromy
spoke on "Truth and Freedom" Edna Jane ElkinS ;uiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiuiiiiftiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiTULATIONS ; 1 0' I'I
at the annual Commercement' "which served,as their final examination '
:
I sermon program for graduates of Gwendolyn F. Sincore In their speech class
Martin County High School at Margaret, Murray Roberts featured the annual class night I I
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the Methodist Church Sunday program for the 38 graduates of i 'I'
night Sara Lou, Roth Martin County High School In ((1Hj
The 38 graduates wore for the ," = I
first time their new caps 'and Leona Elizabeth Chase > the school auditorium Tuesday
gowns made of the lightest night. _- ,
Elaine' Rae Ulmer i: I {
You finally nudt L. ,Old Uncle\! Herb\ weight royal blue nylon, t With Ted Btehop aa mailer of Ir
The ,capacity audience alse II a: : ,
Charlotte B. Sallas
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ceremonies
knew you would m. hone super chocolate the program was
heard I
a number by the church = \ '
I.I choir during the program which Peggy Joyce Butcher marked by presentation of a long ( I I
m Ited helped | Now don't forget to series of awards for achievement ,5 ,I ,
Included and benediction
invocation { I'
continue your high tl education! atP by the Rev H, H. Jones Rita Alida Taube : *'*.. during! the past school year ...d., ; i', "i
of Jensen Beach and Scripture Wilma Jean Simmons net was given a special Award = I
,'I reading and prayer by the' Rev CONGI a. i iGra
for scholastic advancement and
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Charles A. Carrlel Marshals for June Helen Matousek
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the processional of' graduates the citizenship medal went to ates of 1948 1 1e '
were" four Juniors Jean Dare MaryLucile Huff Arthur T Henry Jr. rhe senior I ; J :
= Joan Combs John Oadd and Joe Wanda Clements activities medal went to Charles: 1
h hAnd
5 Smith Hall student body president,'' "
----- Mildred Allman and Harris Wall was awarded ,
Maureen I r
uners narmacy I IO Catherine dl) 'Medic!. queen of the senior athletic medal. WUllam .
france pioneered lathe; Viola Lucile Wright Leach among the boys and! : to those patents and friends who are 5 "
of richly designed : Mary Huff of the girl.Were given
r AlmJs To, please | such as'. rings and glovei .1 Barbara Ann Pjttman the celebrated courtesy awards: = still seeking suit: J,>le gifts for the Graduates,
1 Iris Carmelita Pollock Miss Matousek a senior and captain I
IYEICJSLDG. PHONED | Snap-catches! "were Invented of the band received a certificate we advise that\lc st'11 ,have a good selection. i ; "
1111111111 11111111 I 1111111111I la/lll' IIIIIIIIIIIIlIllIIlIllIllllIlIIlIlIIllIIillllllllllP.l I I I I I I I l l l_I In the early 19901, .. Grayce Elizabeth; Pomeroy t award for merit In instrumental ',.. .
-- / at 10 off '
M BMMHBHMBI BaMHMHBMHHMHM HMMIHHBHHHBM MBIMM lMHIW Bi ; music,and later play hsf price -< {I. "I i i'
Betty Jean Donaldson ; '
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1/1'; Chopin s 'RevolutionaryEtude'
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Jennie Alberta'' Baldwin I, -
'I [Jj t Rita Taube read the class Will = '
Congratulations Billy Newton Chase Jr. and Elaine Ulmer read the class 'j I
history Class president Donald "
Frederick William Meyers Terry presented the school key I C. &//E.WALKER \
Jacques Jim Adnet ,to Juniors Jesse Quigley president if the I I '

GRADUATES, Alson ,Chamberlain Kimball Other awards were given for I Jewelers I \ "
J' l
t perfect attendance baseball team
Harris Holman Wall JI.1 participation! and Beta Club| | 27 OSCEO. PHONE 289\)/ | :I I'sIIluunnllululluul : '

.And. o: anyone' l looking for the ideal gift for ." Dessie Shivar, ". '" 1 V'; honored '.",,) ,. 'v: .. :' .j 1 : IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUII5IIllllltl111111811tl. lllll? f i'.j
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j the' Graduate we suggest ; "
John Carl Jr., V
">'Ii '''' Haromy )., n'

nlton Rand DELUXE KODII: s Portable ,Commodore<;> Hamilton Hardwick, Jr.
Sam Whittle /
Ellison
'Mgfif; for travel Sturdy for 'home I Robert George Montgomery ill'

Arthur George Henry, Jr Congratulation ,

usel2r, I Ted Bishop -t r* :I
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Donald Lee Terry'
I 'George Dewey Wells
4 I .Charles Bert Hall SENIORS )

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RADUATE High school d s arebeck s 1
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over. The woi
one to you wit its work
j ". and its fun, ta educa-. .1
tion andSuccess pr ress. t \II,
r 'Ins Seleetioli sii .. to ou in this t
i 4 land of op tunity.. We
ii Available. 1 f, hope to k w you better ,
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___ ,' and in the ear to come, t I I I '
I ,' serve yo al i we have so
1 / 'many of ur grads since
1933.


e' NOTE i The CONVENIENT! way to save i i. with a modern I 1
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r CONGRATULATIONS i iTo ADD-OBANK. OrCY $2 with your personal key. 1 ''
Some Safety DepAit Boxes Available Now .

F The C/ss of '48 IL

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include t.x l om I I
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carrying case include Member The Federal Reserve systqp, and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. t


[ *EEi Touch Method Typing Instruction BUSES COLLEGE nAl Stuart ewelers "ayaillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllluuuului .. The tank Personal, Service e fl''y: "

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SIX THE STUART NtWS, STUART, MARTIN COTJNTT, FLORIDA THURSDAY, IVNt. it, INS

1 THAT IT'S OVER ;
I : RADIO PRAISE FOR NOW

''Ii i! l1e tuart 1 B BES lf.f THE "WObDS JENSEN BEACH "Therewas nd semblance of truth beha
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: Said The Rambler" over St* which made
statements were
'j the charging '
: lion WIOD dlf other morning! ft

i Published every Thursday at "The Martin Cwmty Chambel existence of a State, political machine ft

PAGE Stuart, Martin County, Florida, of Corameiee at S\wrt| lets m coercion of State employees or the switc'k 1
by Stuart Dally News, Inc, i a
know they ar* out tor snmma'
administration
Florida corporation. of some mythical suppoj
, CUD j .nd really hav
Entered at second-class mall tourists, they .
\ ATVAd ) matter at the, pmt office at something fo olto. The folder! and from one candidate to another *

.. Stuart, Florida, under the Act map they tent m. ..re devoted ijunsen "The suggestion that any State offi{
7' of March *, 1871.
Beach That (I. beautiful
span "I" coerced(! any State employee reflects Upon'
of beach tfo the Ocearnd
Palm 35 YEARS OF SERVtCE Hurmw strip
14 milei independence and the good citizenship
and the Indian River of ft,
witmaclllt 'no. lit..... n.n v_ wwi WBI .a_..ot {.. and S mik
smith of Fort PMI who
,
( l' ( tk< Blaut :Tln'i. lh 'Irak n ij.w splendid people are working for ft.
I : r1j" t bll.l, r ta *"n.t'April i : north of Stuart I v. been up thai -
slbly .Y IK I, mni 111. St. rt < *ltfch State of Florida
=
the booklet Itcompletely
and
Tb Tlnwl pimaoHdfttvdM times .
j ntt M way many
.- ;" rrh ?. 1111 Th ,..... Nrw Governor
: > Hull aCCl'lfote'' when It Mipard
; ; ..0< undfd. (hit".W, I. me. Ill. w,..k.Jy Myjcnien CaldweD l
'I ooIlth",, ...* r..T..irlr JLAVWD. .. UllwMt I Beach hQ everything yoi'
'I _.It .Ikwluwr. '
: ..;: '" j jI --------.- I are kilimg for in a reasonubl TAMMANY POLITICS

I : priced Florid resort, where yoior Firing of D C. Smith, attorney for the' St til
the whole family Ion
bring County Commission, who headed the St Lucle COM
una rfnjoy salt. or fresh water fishIng McCarty for Governor Club, and the hiring in his pC,
1948MW1N tend real rest. :
MEMBER @ sunbathing
another attorney prominent In the Fuller Warren
3' .. '
< \ ea.
for btuthn
If
looking
ate
:, Miami you Beach, then Jensen Beat pafen, looks to the rest of Florida like Tammany 0Bh .
I Firing of Richard Danner, Miami city
f ii not the place for you. But i iyou II manager
cause: he spoke on behalf of a defeated csodidau k

fI A. MENNINGFBntNESI ; _. .... ................"u n...... ore looking and for real rest e>' sheriff, looks likewise in the Tammany politic citemn
I LYOH8iSwiH .. ... ... ,I 'client fching peaceful When the time comes that a public:
employee
A, HrNNINCKR) JRWMLUAM ...:, ..:: : ', 1;;::::: charming: place, Jensen Beach.will ; raise his tto"te or participate according to his da
.. ..._ not c nllCir*
H MITCHKJ .. A".I...11. be on your list In a way ft reminds
JOHN' U MgNNIKCKK '" 11.- !il ....., me somewhat of Fort MyeriItaach in politics for fear of being fired then a shamefe,
condition has been reached
civic
Melbourne BetK.liThnre :
I SUBSCRIPTION! RATES or lower Both Smith and Danner appear in a far better
*.. ..>H. Ola, Imr SIM t... T........... .....__..... ..... .n several fine camps am who went after the hit\I
than the politicians r scalps,
11II...... ro'" mud* Known. m _"", ,_ Th. minaK..m itCblTbRIALLY __ t 'Ihi cottage! and totinst ctnirts. ]If f you ,

.,:, .... ""Ii ,: :: .: ti.l:: ';:i="W "" lit 1..!'* ,I I Want detailed Inf inflation, jimt LEARN TO SWIM
drop a pout card to the Martin
County Cliamtwr of Commerce!! at One afternoon last' week a year-old boy fell [fbn
> SPEAKING Stuart*' the city dock-and was saved only because a taanhw h,

*.. Miami Beach and all the other "pleasure citie*" of 1 pened to be fishing nearby

orida'i 's Lint: Coast could drop Into the sea Ito the incon- OCl OClt ; Parents should warn all children to may off dod
LETTERS until they learn to swim.i "
": unience of a few hundred thousand IndniduaN) and the this
I IO i And. by all means, community should coopmi
tJUnrld would rock !along just the same = ====OClO====OI with the Red Cross in launching, a "Learn to S",imnm

:: It w reifrettablc ut true that the United States of MORE ABOUT MCD gram this summer, If,you ran qualify as an '.nlltruplo-(

America could get along without oranges, grapefruit, .winter Editor Stuart News: cr could by taking the Red Cross course a ppl) iiately ,

veiretablextea bathing! and iun baths St Lncle Canal through! mind .
fht man in"overalln behind the plow-mule w still the No mud was exacavaled. The inicomes \ < Florida with 3,000 miles of coastline!, led the mtu
("yrnhol of what made th H country great, and a field of from the Lake-and whether (In drownings last year You can no more keep kids in
''I tl/.I\t'led/ l corn ill more fundamentally important to the nation the current in the canal is fo.it or from water than ducks out of a pond-so teach (hoi:t
than umpty-thousand tourist slow the darned\ mini will comedown swim and have peace of ,mind

But..Jest we feel too bfid about it, there are still -- --- Put a mile Wide cunal from
plenty of hamlets scattered in the hinterlands of Florida the south end of the Lake and pilI THE PARTY ACTS

M>uidly enough rooted in the en South Florida part Indeed, there are many / good on the lower 'Glides Then Committee last week in nominating a county commiwiw
where the cow and the hog still walk down Man Street Miami will not have! to pump the following a tie vote at .Jensen Beach demonstrated &

on Saturday afternoon tak'ng in the nights There is omeihlnjf FEW MFS\ have even been able to define tance to men : nations, states, cities and Miami River into its water mains fact that after alt, Florida's elections are purely pirt
undeniably American about a pig on Main Street !Ditto on New River for Fort Laudnrdule matters Neither the first or second primaries wwesJntions
the word truth The pity is that so few, person!!. In the light of loge: it startling
Thrre goeii the bacon and ham, pork chops and pig liver t these "entities" which fill Did yoU ever tiy an.egg!* -but purely party caucuses Not that that miltem,
have wished to lo discover that
'vrjiich will be nerved up to the; population An friend pig ever Then how can you judge, an eggiAm ? difference, because Democratic nomination equals elect>>
scratches himself on the corner of the hardware ittore e our history books and our newspapers and you an engineer? If not, then ''n Florida
building alongside If big tark of cane pole one muses on TRUTH : That which la. Not from your around which our civilized world appears how can you judge these slide-rule.
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the fact that front the skin uf this sociable pig' belly may ,viewpoint Not from my! viewpoint. to revolve have even less actuality than r felkiws'<<; projects? '= t

!tUme day be cut a pork-rind frog to be skittered from orfeif Verity. Actuality the wind which disappears when we view It Ben McCoy. Lake Worth Next Monday Is Flag Day
'( these canes to catch fish which may yet be fried in this j
cloud
motion of Indeed
merely air a
as a
very plg'a lard Stuart might be better off for a few pigs SIMPLY AND FUNDAMENTALLY; certain I Editor Stuart News: By J. F. Blakeslee
und an occasional cow Oh, pardon I forgot about our things exist. They are. You Can see in the sky which rolls and tumbles for a In reference to your write-up In milllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIKUIVour

/onmg laws. I guea they'll have to stay elsewhere them and feel them hear them and smelt little, while before it, vanishes, has more News of June 3rd: "K.inner Grant Flag and mif Flag,
Thousands of acres of watermelons are being harvested "actuality" than A nation or a town *-. Motion. to Quash Mat ulrJ. And lane & {'halt today.In ..
near Apopka, Mount Dora and Leenburg, truckloiul them Until their existence is disprovento which ex int. only in 9\11'\\ minds. No man Charge: Was that a snrpriv your land and my land
;' of them are rolling toward Alabama and Georgia you, you are going to accept their actual.. has ever seen a "nation," Were he to be so any more I than the honorary County. ,. Ana half world *uay,
Or lIeeli ouite a few af the new ice-box olze melons Ity Sticks Stones Trees. Mountainfl. The \ gifted that he might fly nigh enough to see CommisKin refusing' to ilntk for Monday, Juno J 14.11 i f\at\ Pay M this HrtkJe, will IMI about the rV

but the old tried, true and reliable Watsons and Rattle tarth itself The stars in the sky The wind. al] the borders of a country, what he would double registration' Hope you did fears ago in school (remember the saying that tin:Sun nntt W
nakes are still far in the lead Breakers on the reef These are real see would be earth, trees, mountains, rtv- not worry yourself trying to figure!\ ,the British, (lug It used to worry me back in those d tyii pow wriv
Citrus trees are suffering from drought all through ers and people From the air, Stuart is It any other way in this County itpresent far flung armlet and naval bases it never sets on the Amencu Ik

tht central part of the State ; large plantings are going to BUT, HOLD Wait a moment Perhaps houses" highways! ,'earth and water..-: and How close does a eued) J I The evolution of our National Embkm begun in the storm" *
b<' lout unless there is rain there are some unreal things mixed in people. Take the people away from either swarm of 'bees"cling* Well that's :of the Revolutionary War At the buttle of Concord a n"I.1I caw
Florida's forests are gone ; they're dgging: up the with those others. If a th'Jig\ is real, we and the nation and town vanish in any sense (nit how close this clique sticks which bore the words "Conquer or Die* At Bunker Hill II* )Puffaol

stumps of the preat yellow pine woods which once covered should certainly be able to bring it into of value According to our thoughts,. a ,Do the., honest, people! ,want justice I New England was used. Some of the Colonial, troops cunttjftof ,
f.ur State it's all over now'. I saw lumber mills which the room and study it. Let's go out and ,nation exists, is frjendly. or hostile, good or ._ do they I wonder. : thirteen stripes rrpreientlng) the thirteen cuknik-s A woW f//>
once handled giant logs-now sawing away at little old get a piece of wind Say a cupful bad but only according to our thoughts, A Citi/en snake with thirteen rattles decorated: this dug, while undnwotkw
match-utick timber from which the operator would be Brought in the house, our'cupful of wind Were people to stop thinking, and actuig I! _Salerno F'LI.1111I111I11111111I11I111111I111111I11 IIIif'( wordsI' >m\ Tread on Me." John, Paul J Jo""" nude<.< !tta tlummit
:lucky to get a couple hOn: by fours from each log The proves to be nothing but air and the according( their thoughts, there wouljl 111111I11I.Let's i fie also carried the first l't'IIf American Flip In ..1 M*
time in not far off a man who claims to have neen A wind nothing but air going some place be no society, ntf racial .conflicts, no national I The colonists" had king admired the rattlesnuU lc'alllle of fe ktlessnen
;r me tree three feet th'rk will be regarded as an obvious Wind is a motion of air, not a thing or International, complexities : and hesitatum to attack except hi self: diltnsf fmtwe're .
liar The great tragedy of timber exploitation Is that t Laughuiitiiiimiimmiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiimiii I ) little prejudiced about snakes, perhaps becninc ul the Bit

foi the most part neither the men who owned the timter SIMILARLY, we get a bucketful of the BUT THEY ARE most certainly not going : phrase "And the woman said The serpent beguiled mi and 1
or t tht men who cut it got any great benefits from it tumbling, frothy whitecaps-. the reef to stop thinking So long as man HEIGHT OF WISDOM! i The American\ Eagle fills the bill admirabK One ol/ tb rdescriptions
lumber was no cheap that it was "tust a job of work" The It f just still water That, too we see, is a .breathes, he is go',ng to think The long Jones was telling Smith that he : of our flag folkiws. What poem it h f i,im w It* '"*
needle.carpeted quiet and majesty of a virgin forest!! of motion not an entity battle for 'freedom" really Is nothing had to a for advice II do not know It is one of those rare gems tlut I lill wf: *> ''I* '"*
lawyer
>ellow pine :js more valuable than the dollars involved more than a continuing struggle to think "\vh gone i mind Our Flag Day an Army Captain recited it while 1 *UtilI*
lawyer
Today both the forests, the dollars, and the men who cut \vn L. AT LEAST the tree is real It', The "search for truth" is, in essence, ?" ,atkod spend Smith money"Didiirf on a of duly with the I U. S. Army '1I

the trt?es; are pone. ,solid You can thump it, saw it up and man's struggle through, thought, to attain notice that lie read the advice you out' When Freedom (from her moiinl nn Iwll:1lls: t t;<
(Jnt' wonders how many people expect to make a living burn it. But, lo--a thought Suppose an understanding/ which will satisfy/ of a book?" I Unfurled her banner to the air' '
,
from tourist cottages"> All up and down the coast and that within five 'minutes your majestic him "Sure," "But he Mie tore the izure robe of night.(
replied
through the interior of central Florida there are literally tree was- to come burst"ng out of the knows what Jones it fa onThe And placed the Stnrs (if Clory there 1'
thousands upon thousands of cheap-jack cottages (and a ground from its' miraculous seed, suddenly SOME MFN, called "great" by their fellows Flywheel. Richmond.page California. I Site streaked!' ill pure celestial while J JI

great many have for sale signs, too) lining all the high become a sapling, throw out limbs, have gone; far enough along the path I With gleamlngs of the morning( light: J
ways./ There isn't a lake or a piece of river /shore! which} grow leaves and drop them ? live Its way of thought in their search for truth to SHAME ON YOUI Then from hit mansion In the skies. .'.,

;f without its Kozy Kottage$( Kamp-atrociously designed whole life of 100 years in five minutes? realize that love and consideration for their Papa Hog, growing tired of the She called her Eagle Bearer down
little boxes, hot as the hinges of hell, ugly, Unimaginative What then would you see* A moving fellow men open! a more /satisfactory! horizon ; sty, wandered down to the vllluge And gave into his mighty hand ,\

and in bad taste picture camera which would take one toward understanding than the path of brewery, where he found II big The Emblem of our chosen land. dJ1)J
Poor Florida-are we! to suffer the same cheapness picture a day of a tree for a century selfishness This is the "religious fron puddle of sour beer thut had been After the! Declaration of Independence,, Congress wM t 1
which ruined' Southern California* There, In and! around and then show it all back in a few minutes tier" in the path for truth. Its approach, poured out He guizled no flag( should lie of thirteen stnpes, alternate red and white,,nth
the borders of Los Angeles, the unimaginative frequently would reveal a frenzied mass of rather than to ask "what things are" is to much; of the stuff that when up he whit stars on a fnkl of blue, History records that B..t y ':

bewildered little' people of the Middle West Mom and motion, writhing limbs and showering ask ''what am 1?" Here toe, as with the went home, he was staggering bad the first flag It was planned to add a stripe and f star ..".
Pop on a pension-set up fruit stands and trailer courts- leaves Not even the breakers on the wind and the trees and the nations, the object ly and squealing with a wild and state wal admitted After Vermont and Kentucky were IIUJUI"'
anything to make a little extra to eke out the income The reef would show more tumult of action of appraisal In the light of logic becomes |oyouf abandon Mamma H< Hag consisted of fifteen stripes and fifteen stars. H'W' ', II I
resultant economy is uniquely!' depressing and dull Out than a tree The suspicion dawns that a mysterious and miraculous "thing" quickly shunted him around the;g Congress passed an act/hat the flag would consiSt of thrW!

near L A. they further sugar-up the landscape with papier-! a tree is wood in motion differing( from original concept All the bam, out pf sight of the buby for the original colonies and a new star far each of tlf! staIrS
mache statuary in lieu of roadside signs have roadside dignity of man and all his nobility comes and with a furious grunt exclaimed pigs J. then numbered twenty. As each new date was ailmittta ,
stands in the! shape of ice cream cones, frankfurters and AT I LEAST STONES are solid They are from the search for truth through the inward "You shameless wretthl What do wotild be added on the Fourth of July folk>wlng tti admuws'lunion.
ilr'rbv hats Lord, deliver us "things." But what strange and complex pathway of philosophy and religion. you mean making such human '
a
Maybe it will never be that bad here, but I don't"now. things For along come the scientists of Even those men who deny this outwardly being of yourself before the child I understani that every state has a special' star to tb I1aJ '
Just outside of Orlando there in a ,huge new rot- our modern day and tell us that the very must adm:A it in the honesty of their hearts rerj! -The Wheel of Fortune San ginning al the upper left hand comer of the hoist *e ('OIInt ."..",
fa; lee court built in the shape of Indian tepees' No foohn'Heap stones-and ourselves-are composed of Antonio, Tews itars (hen go butt to the hoist Count the second row and 10"-J.
big v llage, too Don ask me why The terrible atoms, and that the atom are composed ofjlectronic AND THESE LAST come closest to approximating the order,in whkb the states .ratified the Constitution, Dtla!:
I art about this sort of stuff is that it is contagious Some clouds revolving around nuclei a degree. of satisfaction in PLENTY OF WARNING first sto* and Florida k the twenly..venth'.w whkhi .....- lit
,1, hided soul will g<.t the idea that Eskimo igloos would be "But the rock l Is solid" we nay "No," replies their search, The following notice wns inserted ; thlrd Mur from theV ind In the fourth row down P""* "
1111' for a tourist camp ; another will jump into the grass. science It'a relatively W*:
particles are In (be columns of a country milled! in IMS AnAna wU the bIJt"flar to be*kled in
I, it fi< Id-and, boys, we'll be off to give Southern Cali- 11 far apart from each other as the earth THEY ARE the only ones of all the searchers weekly) "An one found mar my Alaska and Hawaii maV shine m our blue field ,

I f' ""lIia a race for her money from the stars. The illusion of solidity is who have ever oome out of the labyrinth chicken: house at night will to Almost everyone Mpw. the way (to honor "' .-1. iay ;
After all why should we' It was just a year or BO caused by the constant motion of billions even claiming to hold in their hands a shred found there In the morning* /$ so I will mention little pmpeir about thfar '
.. only a
., (Bat Eden Ahbez, Hollywood bearded "Nature Boy, of tin *partltles." So, again, our solid rpck of the golden fleece invisible though it The Amplifier Mansfield, Ohini : When uaed .to Wvet'> casket the flag! should, bf |P'I' tI
playing the piano In bark room of the Victory here in ill not "thing" but the motion of and alone
a thing may be to others they speak union fa at the head and Jeff shoulder The QPket
I over the
1-*' i.trt-unnoticed, unsung, and oddly enough regarded Were Us electrons and nuclei to stand still with certainty of what they term "the absolute -- HAD 1M ( tarried foot first When fl6wn at half-mast for mount** .
II t fro k because he let his hair and beard grow long. heaviest metal would be than The
he thinner
truth While\ they art regarded aseVasiomsts gentleman's attitude WMolite raised l to the peak and then I knifed to Mf-18**. BeMJ1"f
Now n" making $00,000( a year. Perhaps we had better the rarest by materialistic logicians and > but firm "'I'm .wered''
gasHORIZON lorry! he told s.l. I set It Is again raised to the peak!: and then *. .
leeri> to apnmnati' the bizarre as utter fools by "practical" men, it is Interesting the young woman who was selling flag is arried In a parade to imftnte mourning, two '""""TVp
AFTER HORIZON has been, to note that these are the ones HckeW for the charity concert, "but are attached to the heed but Crepe If used J 011 ** '
THE I -.W APPLIES TO ALL lifted by man in hid search for that elusive who have changed the pathways of civilization wool I be abb attend the con.cert. H.IV bv (\he order of ,the\ President anew On Memorial Day lj Nit \

Two Martin County gill-netters' were arrested on the thing called "truth," and yet today raised man to a concept of dIvinity It"i for i most worthy cause half.mast until noon and then raised to full staff unt- **?$

North Fork above the fresh-water line Wednesday night he stands far away from securing a satisfactory and given us our greatest feelings of personal Mwever, and I assure you I shall .ration lives. 'The flag k the symbol of the living nntio11HI .
by Wildlife Officer Ralph Hartman and hailed before a explanatIon' for the nature of worth. They are the ones who speak be with %011111 IpIrlt- am Dot mistaken the to tun* ]
St Lucie County judge-who fined them $100, with,the matter Al) that his research has brought of "the still, small voice from within." and "Fineexclaimed the young wo. flies day and night are Dm the only places of Franc peace ScottJ
warning' that "it would be f 500 next time." Conservation him has been a deepening of the mystery. say "the truth will set you free." HIstorIans nan, "Now where would you like he Star Spangled Banner, the omb grave of the Unknown/,
)laws-apply alike to seiners and ,IIJ-Jl tters. If the gill- He know "how" things' behave, but not will probably remark that in the 20th to have your spirit sH? The tickets pllol lln Washington '
neftera insist on violating the laws they will find that publifientiment what they "ar!!." Century these were heard least and did are $1 and |X* Holcombe

VIII turn against them as strongly M it turned more than alt the test to attain understanding The ge lleman meel against seining This also appliea to the area at the inlet I LEAVING THE REALM of the material, ,, because' 14 least, they satisfied "J11 talce I |2 one, plmse" -' The Oo f, II* rtnl-Hpftd crtruoft .ordered at

S4.1bot> as the law* are on the books, they must and will be I It ia interesting to evaluate those other"entities" J themselves Weekly Letter, Charleston, West llatt off! Tin tolort beta* us j
enforced. t which teem of.such great impor- -E.L. Virginia
But mart than' 1M flag'
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ROTARY CLUB Probable Increase in Vet OWNERS M>SK rROPERTT er owner loses and theM State ; I
T Hfc anal
STOA, W.J .iJr "''. Tallahassee Attorney Qen gains with the encroachment of I 4 )

1 i..SHOCM M HAUND1KS GRILL era] J Tom Watson has Informed the ocean, Watson asserted that ; j "

aAR Apprentice Employes Seen the State Comptroller that he would cot undertake to'dls- ili; I ll, i

BM,+lars real property that has been submerged cuss the controversial Issue as i

t Tallahassee, June 10.-A probable by the ocean. becomes to whether the State or FederalGovernment ;f I

ESl increase in the number of property of the State or of the; owns the land Under i 1 "j
veteran apprentices Is Men by I Week's LegalInstruments federal Government The form- the ocean.LIST ''i
Carl B. Smith, chairman of the 4
l t.d Florida Industrial, Commission, 1 1 '
RI a* a result of recent action by your Rooms, Apartments and Rental '. j
1 I Congress in raising the salary Homes with. us. 'r I

e H ceiling under which apprentices c..11 receive subsistence allowances I .fmMrlrk SK.mrocli to X. ...h U ...t.D. .
Under the provisions of the OI .ew
Bill of Rights, W, B..II. to (ink ..f P.bokwWARRANTY ?.t t ..ah .. :

SEAHORSE The newly passed measure lUxon'K, '1'1_ to B. L, HuwhkFniulti BUYIN SELLING RENTING ,:,1PH
provides M. IIh...,t. W 1.. BulliMK,
payment of subsistence ERTY MANACEMENT
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l 1'>.. Lumb Cmnpmir M ThirtM. tt... ': ;
allowances to apprentices until H".nr Cabra. U Uuri.1 H. Rut, Wr P. O. Box No 4 14" r
their total monthly Income Rilpk K. Frr n .. .. M rU I T. Klnotld, '
The revolutionary new Ford four-door sedan for 1949 is lower, wider, roomier and provlde reaches $210 If single $270 If LI;,..k* HwKrn ft. In to William, K. 321 No Colorado Avenue. ,: ,
nearly 25 per cent more visibility Rural ot uSUnkr one 317
ACKLEj with one dependent, $290 with 0. 0.1m M Juho ,R. HulMKtoSPECIAL '
two or more Maximum monthly i' 01 .., StuaV Florida 1 .

j OMPANY subsistence payments remain at 'N L rain..,,MORTGAGE ......,.. ,
I Flr.t cads.)
Ordway Announces 1949 Bank Debits $65 for single trainees and $90 .,d ..:: As.o.t.tk. ;
for those with dependents A. I. W.lunr n .. to Arnold II...,.. i iCOMME1
Closed The Florida I Apprenticeship Willi.,..5,5.a... Cborlro H.e.l : COUTANT
All Day Ford to Be Shown June'' 18Web ,.Show State's Council registered agreements I ,WARRANTY :

.,, ..d d. OUse W Dar.. with 122 persons who entered ,C. L Pollock t. Myrt- William,.. I
.1 P. M. DYaMv I apprenticeship In the skilled NOLL SATISFACTION OT.MORTGAGE ,I C L PHOTOGRAPHY I :
V.va titnr
' ingo Ordway of Ordway Motors car| are among striking Improvements Business UpFlorida j trades in Florida during April. C.ii( D.to Comkl ... .*. (..t A..Ir.1. WtMlntrCm >
and Reel Reps announced today that the ," This was more than twice the .. Real JEstate Photography
C1U..... B....'at,.,,Se W. t.(.m...,
Delays 1949 Fords, said to reveal a radIcal "To; develop and produce the number who entered the program AFFIDAVIT
Ser business activity as reflected the previous month Smith nie.t s. T.sbr.5'. Attractive Ph of Your Fishing and Catch. ,
Prompt c. departure from traditional 1949 n r. The Public.Ra.rol os Party 4
Ford) passenger cars, Ford by bank debits (charge reported. A. 11011'_ tAl T..... tabll.,
Ford styling and III. N...... to Thf Vullln.
engineering Motor Company, has expended A total of 13 graduated during '
against Individual .
accounts)
Sell Parts for II will Ie)'on view here June U more than $37400000 In tool., 13 per According to the Associated
Makes of Reels dies. jig and fixtures," he said. as Journeymen in various QUITCLAIMS B1 Box 263 Phone 324
Press, Henry Ford II has boosted first four months of 1948 than trades. P H. Wlllbiu to M.rtl' Countr Krueger 1
prices on ,the '49 model nearly 9 molded The modern design has been !during' the Corresponding month The growth of the program P. H MINERAL. RIGHT j 1-
Along functional lines, Wllli." to Itithnril Smllh> 1I I .
Swingle rat cent .
per ,
ry After resulting a long, low, sweeping 'ot 1947 and 24 per cent greaterthan DM: continued .steady Smithsaid. I '
Owner having seen a preview, silhouette The grille Is distinctive ( during the same period of me latest report snows
Old Dixie Higbw Ordway"New declared: the hood massive but short 1940, the research and industrial that throughout the State *.559 I#
standards of beauty, persons are participating In the I REAL ESTATE
and the \
er wide the
Near Jensen Bea body so rear '
comfort and division of the Florida j :
economy performance fenders lave been' eliminated. State program A high ratio of veterans ABSTRACT & TITLE ,
In the 1949 Ford passenger there Chamber; of Commerce state are on the program with .
are clean unbrokenUnesfrom
front to rear yesterday In its weekly business that group making up 1,825 of INSURANCE CO., Inc. HomVites and Waterfrontage !
Comfort has been ot the revieW. the total i \ Reasonable '
one
FU, NITUREof primary objectives In the new The total number of programs Now AddresVi 4th Street Opposite School I.I : r s
:
"Each :year since 1934 (the first In the State Is now 112 with 1,825 10 Victory cads I' ,
Ford. There Is more room In the tabulations
year for which 'are employers participating '
lounge ear Interiors than In at wrePhone
QUALITY STYLE and CHARM cars with much available) with the exception! Apprenticeship training, Smith 'F'ff
many larger
1938, there has been an annual said provides an opportunity fora I
over-all KUBIN-
'foroom dimensions Froth seat
Increase In the bank debit total person to possess a useful skill] O ,
'v eg Room Bed widths have been Increased 6
Dining Room and Kitchen In the State six leading financial and assures Industry a supply of d
Our JIM i Is Complete Inches and the rear seat nearly centers. skilled craftsmen The commun- 353
1 Inches The has been t
body "An examination 0 f the ity In turn Is benefited through'
A VISIT LL CONVINCE
YOU moved 5 Inches forward with the changes(' In monthly totals Indicates the strengthening and expansion iiiiiiMiiiiiiimiiiimiiiHiiiiiiiiiXiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii ii iimiiiimiiiimiiiiuij\&! ( ,
seats cradled between the
axle that In the past the poevalllng of Industry, Persona'Inter-
oddenb "
ry Furniture for a much smoother ride, and ested In I BILL FREE
mechanical monthly pattern (comparisons taking training and all ABSTRACTS S Sig 1
numerous Improve-
I of one month with the employers Interested In setting
Cor. AYe A and\
2nd St., Fort Pierce 'ments have been made"Council (Is HOUR aeavlcr t
I preceding month) showed a.decrease !up Apprenticeship programs Do Business As = ,
In January and In. Febru may contact representatives of & f I w
I ary followed by an appreciable the Florida l I Apprenticeship I Equipment Skies and Service Co. I '
Urges up-swlnff In March and a de- Council In West Palm Beach or TITLE INSURANCE i! I;. y ,
"JOE"JMOSLEY
>( crease In April. 'write here to R O. Mitchell, Ap- CO/I s Moisture "Wr and When You Want It" ;'
This' year, however, the State prenticeship Division: .; Florida LOW = IRRIGATION SYSTC UMPS, POWER UNITS AND SPRAYERS = I'.
Traffic Signs total debits In January were un- Industrial Commission.The Wt: MANUPACTVRE '
usually strong showing a fractional _
| Free Portable Systemstilt
Sprin Irrigation
PttUMBING gain Instead of the usual Baltic Is the least saltyOf WE INSURE AX TITLES e __ ,
Be Heeded drop from December 1941. Fol- the worlds seas with a content 1 *u w 'FORT PIERCF ORANGE AVE. 5
!, JOB ING CONTRACTING lowing January there was a reversion as low.as seven parts In a ... Orr. ria, P.s UfM **-Suu"1 5 ,

Prompt, Efficient ServiA All Work Guaranteed to the State monthly thousand fjiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiinpiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiii' I '..'-'.!. !'_ iiiuuiiiiiiiiiniinuiiiiiiiilTW t lC 1:
Motorists wise should use their' pattern: a decrease of 98 per
NIGHTf OR DAY eyes. cent January to February,an increase -
But not all of them do, the of IS 4 per cent to March,
Just Phone 246 National Safety Council' says, with April down, from March) 11!
and aa a result there are a jot of! per cent "
accidents from failure to ,heed

traffic signs and signals even on, familiar roads Three-
The council Is making a special '
of
fourths In
the drivers fatal
effort In ,June to call the nation -
"DINE accidents
aiU DANCE"SEYMO lived within 25 miles ot
s attention to the Importance where the accident took place
ot highway markings witha _
'Signs of Life" educ.tlonalP1'Ollram.
State and city officials -
,and other interested agencies

'S INN are cooperating .
"Signs and signals are among
DEUCIO\ the biggest helps to safe driving -
TASTY, FOOD ,"paid! Ned H. Dearborn, president POLICY
of the council. "They give
ok
Mixed Drink Beer Draft
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drivers warning of the dangersthat

HEAR GENE ON THE S\oVOX lie ahead. But they are A ford of Advice
worthless unless they are seen IiW'iit'f1'
fro Folks who ,
and Obeyed. It is only when signs
STEAKS and ,. SEA < OOD are heeded that they. really be. kn v! I InsuranceFigjrei .

come 'signs of life"The Always *
OUR,SPECIALTY council said the safe Sh a TRAGIC ,

"tea Beach SEY [OUR GIDEON driver will follow these sign- UP URN in Auto. '
posts: No |U Deaths and ,
Owner 1. Dive signs, signals and Inj [ies, WHENVTION
markings the same respect you VA DAYS ULIJj ,
would a traffic officer Heres CO We Urge
one place you may lose If you You ,
Y K on your
cheat. H :
,
> i 2. Reduce speed and be on SumnAr Trip 1 .],

ur Machine Shop guard when you see a diamond. ) FULLAPROTECT. f : : : ,
shaped sign (this shape carries a d ED wi Liability ,
warning) or a round sign (this and A ident In. ., '. 1/ : : ,: t
i Fully Equipped to ha die any type of signifies a railroad crossing Is ,.1 ._._..v>. Call Us f ,
} Work. ahead), 4 II 1 TODAY. '
petal Bring
your arm Machinery 3. Come to a complete stop at ,,
epairs to U. We hay( a skilled operate an eight-aided or octagonal sign
ED P
This shape means only one thing i
>r in charge. If it'. m<- of metal and H .

**d. Machine Work U stopKnow what an oblong sign REALTOR ,
S *. ays. This shape carries regu.
P.
latory messages such, as speed O. Af.de
19 wff
lbnll.a. Phone llL7f ,
Heed the cross-buck sign at i
ART MARINES\RVICE Inc. railroad crossings. If there Is a
flasher- or wig-wag, wait until It

Phone 3; tops There operating may be another before train crossing you / "

can't see iib- ;
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I 7;,J"1t\tIJ\ 'STOCK'' : SAIESJacksonville Jacksonville ottire of Florida several hundred years for this trees are the result
I
r Nurse Needs Prospects for Cut in Home-Building Job. between Japanese '
l'' i : \ June 10 Livestock State Market Weekly:\" sales fig I Nleland aay* the State Forest stock and native Pc'

} f producers received $211- we were supplied by 11 cur- Service has a goal of 10,000,000 persl

'I'I 33794 for cattle aril hogs wild;! rently operating Florid mar Urgent in U. S. Expenses Are Dim Experts AssertNew seedlings ,this year. Cutting back dlseuei t"6

on :nine reporting markets; during keta, two omitting $road( aahpaymenta .I U1ept two week and removing them
During frog
the current week, according! for ,animals bandied\ Health I I vicinity and
1 WorkDy
to some 00 head of Martin County spraying '
figure available today In tf4
I CL1D ,1'l I II The\ eleven co-operating market York, (#>--Prospecti tor lion plan This will add approxi- I hmmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiii hone have been vaccinated: with copper A tomPOUnd

( ,, II told a total of 4,509 cattle and I lower construction coat for the mately $5000,000000 to the circulation I against blind staggers. Since basic copper ..1llPhattur 11I11
i Iir
l ATV I 1,167 hog Manager commentIng 'mEF.ADS thousand of famine waiting to of money. Somewhere COUNTY 21 horse out of each 1,000 are to control dieback or CIID
; d'I I >( on current conditions Indicated 1 I Washington '1 curse Is "11rI raUVe" If present 000009000 have been appropriated -IAGENT'S each year, this U very good insurance ,, It I I. best to cut well dote >
/ .pan i' good demand for cattle health programs a* well as anticipated Expert: observer: believe the for the ERP; Congress Is Be sure to have your healthy wood.Removing .
Pain I'WlllU t 5.0. rw.ea I and hogi.LOYAU. ; expansion In health: whirlwind of spiraling building considering spending $40.000000 ,- horse vaccinated during June

I ,';,I a.xl I tervlcr, are to be carried out.: cost 1 Is lowing down that I b ,000 In re-armament or defense and July against_thl disease or turning sno, t
\ \ I This wa revealed!' in a report i,, levcllng-off period ,may be approaching program In the next. three( COLUMNBy leave after fig tree hall
slbl1'I' ty the personnel section' of the' -but they foresee no year. t Commercial fertilizer U poUonou are food sanitation
I
? ORDEROr,, I 1 Nation I Health Assembly which' collapse In price. "These factor alone could L. M. JOHNSONimiimiiiMiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiini to livestock, so animal controlllnr fig rust metauo.

;;- CYWHom.lltl DOSE met Washington recently i A fears,of have considerable effect of should not be allowed access to 1
STUART "VPRCE 134.MECtS year ago recession a l I I I
I" See. P. M. prepare a 10-year. 8, 'healthprifrum combined with resentment over raising the cost Ot all product It Enough may remain In t tack As milk goats an '
... I : i will be out that has been emptied to cause Thawptubge
Ul J >J WECNfSOAV I high building costa, were blamed!' Including houses The county agent to Bang' disease end
E\CN MONTH' It !f9 outdated" that June 9 thru serious Illness of a cow or other lode! It I 18
," Moot HomeS approximately for stinting a "buyer.' strike; "In addition, any temporary of his,office: from advisable W nave
'
I, j{ UDEIU UK WAY AM.200 rurw.t will be,;,People who withdrew from the draft or universal,military trainIng June 17, The office will be open! j animal ____. tested, regularly, 1//
nredt'lfin' 1800 for Federal
!fi! : sor- market In the spring hoping for will tend to decrease available for distribution of Information. A 5 per cent DDT dust ha been
I Vireo. o.-Fedcral l hoopllals. private lover costs In the fall, found as manpower. Labor absorbedIn found effective In controlling Birds that have been h'J I
\'I> jjinnfliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiXjiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiii! I IiH iiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiJiiiiiiiitiiii duly, public; health and in- much a* SSOO had been added to the International effect may Martin County Truck Farm- I small grasshopper In the nymph ductlon for an extended

3' : ., ; \ RINIRhS> I jtliuttllat service/ j I the cost ot a $10.030 house by .he bring about a Greater shortage eril It is not too late to plant stage are Inclined to lost; welgbt
Because of the Increased *cr- : Umc, he 'strike, was over. of labor In the home. building resbanla as a summer cover crop. low down in production M
f : RIVERSIDE RESTAURANT !1 Hoc ce.r required I o( professional j] throughout\ the winter, cost Industry, Seeds can be obtained locally. If the \lnloot8locka I la not Ing such hens a flMhenim ft

I ,, the report) further states continued upward A national "Finally' there ho been talk A few cents spent In preparing good In Japanese, persimmontree tlon and giving there good *
SPECIAL \V1ENU z"
EVERY DAY :tieir
1' f. educational program must!II survey recently completed by the: of reinstating allotment of material and planting sesbanl at this the crown may be starved to keep them in good veldt! ;
I ; 5 T: Wed Chicken, teaks, Oyitcrt and Sl>rin pHOE I be brrwdrredThe I I Dow Service, Ino, New York publishers -; *. time of the year cave dollar and the whole tree may be unhealthy condition will stake the /plies

I '11 COOKED number of graduate nurics with- of building reports, show ''All' of this follows the pattern next fall In the control of weed, Japanese persimmon turn decrease less )pmegpM
employed by hospitals
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,I II = Tasty, Delicious Food schools of nursing haS increased an average construction cost we experienced before I\hi\ i iI. crease since last fall of 5 the soil. Contact county
I per continued your
,
J 111-1. II, when prices
:by {TO per cent since! 1945. Of War
I.; : = 3ERT GRINE I In 33 States, agent's office for further Infor-
L.j; | MRS. AL I the country's approximate 1550! 15 States" to climb, labor became scarce "BECKER'S"
J"i hospitals with schools of nursIng ; the! 'other materials were difficult or im- mation. :
,'1'1i1 :: r- Drive n Curb Service there were 20900 graduate Myron L Matthews, vicepresident possible to get and In certain Tree-planting'"""-- farm, State
\\1 = MILE NORfH StJlllDSlimillimillllllllllMIIII Lx RIVER Sainte ON FEbfNO. I nurses In 1949 and 50700 in 1948.Public > of the Dow,Service, "prin areas house comjtrwtion vju and national forests on and other, 3 Mile North of Stuart on U.: S. t tI

,. { IIIIIti111IIIIIIilltlllllllllllllllll Illlllll'iIIIIIlll health services are expanding cipally In the heavily Industrialized prohibited while In other area I public and private forest land Is:
I It I Northeast and North Cen- DELICH IOZEN
house size acre HnUted\ CUSTARDS
,
f ''IIIJmllllllllllllllllllnlllllllllll MIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIIIflllllMlllllllllllf rapidly the report eral areas, average a 2-per cent expected to set a new record this ,
Stakes It euUmuMs that public I j i Another authority, Thomas % year, the Forest Service In the:
141 s !Z Wearing Ap arel of Distinction! | : health 1 nurses make more than rise Kolden, president the F' W U, S Department of Agriculture OW OPEN TO SERVE YOU
In !
Only a few local Matthews
:: ; = KYWS 10,000,ooo home visits addS!!, have cost areas shown Dodge! Corporation, construe has Informed L. T Nleland forester Hot DoiVs r" Hamburg Sandwiches

; \. Pt : from Jan 1. 1911. the ImnuallY'j any drop tlon statistician, told a recent with ,the Florida Agricultural Cold Drink a Coffee .. Milk Shake
i. of nurses employed by Labor costs have now been mortgage conference of the Extension Service;
t ,t'j TIr health services was 111 American Banker Association"It SASt U t
: frozen In many section of the Estimates from 43 State show OPEN TO P. M.
The personal section recom- Is difficult to see how stabilization -
1148. planting goal of approxi-
;<; tD tt ircndn that nursing education I Country[for example In, contracts the New York have area been, will come about uniess mately 220,000,000 seedlings, a* IIII I I I IIII l11111111III I Il l HI Iltllllll111ltl I III I II III III III I IIIOIIII IIIINIIIIIIa
should be Included in the curritiilum there Is letup I In
I signed to June 30, 1950 with a temporary compared with approximately
of all iiivtltutions Of higher demand
91000000 seedling last .,
year.
loopholes for Increase It the
learning! and that, nursing cost of living goes higher than "There Is a question whether Planting In national forest ;: WHEN YOB NEED

,.-n'ES OEPABIMENI bTOsE .I edtl/'l'tI'JJ\i' \ should be available toqualified ,, 13 per cent above It* January material supplies and available this year, In addition to the State I
OPPOSITE r. LUCIE COUNTY BANK applicants without rtisciiminutlun 1943 level manpower can thin year support plantings, are scheduled at approximately -
= 109 So, Second Sire t lort PiercenIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII = | AS In tare color! o'j Guy B Panero, head of the any vast expansion of construction 45000000 aeedllnls.compared LURCHER

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IllllllllllllIIIIIIIO sex New York engineering firm I volume," olden said wish approximately
It bdicvrs that two yearn/ of "The Government has Intensified 5l,006oco ANY
bearing his name tay "labor seedlings planted, last
general rdicatlun: beyond the '
I factors' and
wage rates are so factor Inflationary /ear
great a
,..I hint)..M.nfii level should be art'-
In the construction of buildingsthat shortage conditions for construction Since It takes about 1000 seedlings -
Jorter II I I qulrement, t it 1 Is almost Impossible to by ,Inflatin(' housing to plant an acre, realization BUILDING MATERIAL
: I Other recommendations: t 11 i II I
foresee a decline In cost demand through liberal mortgage of State goals, along with national b
i j jI Scholar. ships; for qualified students "Our past industrial history," lending policies" forest plantings could result CALL OH SEE
,
otherwise unable to finance '
Paint 4 Shop I their education 'Panero adds "especially a* It applies So the picture Vr the homebuilder In a total of approximately
Body nursing
e ; I,should be made available throughthe I' to the building trades and today Is that cost are 269,000 acre planted. ,The previous I
school3< 'crafts, shows that hourly wage now 108 per cent above prewar record wa* made last year I
FIool / \ Fellowship ratei Increased laU, to the Duw & when about 120,000 acre were Easv Coast LumberSupply
(Over A & P, 2nd ) should bo made available to encourage : once" are seldom according .n. j
planted.Federal
advanced I ofteachers I decreased. Ice, although 104 per cent of
training
SPECIALlZINCllN UPHOLSTE NCr A new shortage of labor in the that rise accumulated prior to forester said how ,
and research workers
Auto Paintinl Metal V\rk m nUl'slJ.3. i Research fund( home building Industry Is be- last September, "with only the ever, that while an unprecedented

w Custom-made Slip -oven5 Spop Top /hould be available to Unprov 'coming a matter of concern. The modest. difference accruing since Interest In tree planting Is/ Co.
imimiii-nce of a rearmament then. evident throughout' the country ,
the practice of nursing investigate I
and the current Increase In
the use and need (for professional program coupled with Industrial The Dow survey of 144 cities
I I
WI "- nurses, practical nurses 'demands of the )European; recov- found material I had Increased planting Is encouraging, the Phone 2* P. O. Box 305' Sturl. Florid)

I II i iI and oilier auxiliary workers and I'ery program tERPJ( ), 1 Is regarded 9.3 per cent since,last fall while amount of planting being done Is!
I I a* a challenge by home builder labor costs went down 39 only a drop In the bucket In comparison .
; WE HAVE THE TOOLS.} hon 265 to study the role of the nurse percent rnruiY Y..w.
I ( The Long Island architectural with the national reforestation -
{ WE HAVE THE SKILL.I IttUR 1 la thelealth! Warn, I firm of Rudolph A, Mathern and job that,need to be }
I
;. EVERY 'CHARITr--PHRASE- Associates, for example, had LAND SAlE NETS M 1.150 done. >$i Rr.
f' 'I PLUMBING VOLIMTH'hePluhiber" BARRED ON SOCIAL I been advising client to hold qff For the nation as a whole ;' MEED TOFIUL from( building until recently A sale ot two tracts and 98 little more ban 6000000 |

: : SECURITYPAYMENTS_ "We have now, witched our ,let pursuant to terms of the actually have been
Social 1 Security' benefits are 'opinion" Matern say,"and have 11-year-old Murphy Act netted against about '75,000,000 acre'j On'n .

( I .> earned insurance not a charity ,, been advising people to build $1113.50 at the court house Mon ed and poorly stocked .34
Gehrken, Jr. manager of now If they must have a home day morning acres most of which
l. iI ORJuick heCw Palm Beach office( of I> within the next two or three mow.,. planted If they are not to remain I i ,

,; ,1 D< pendable the Old-Age and Survivors In-I:pearsnur. March 17 Is the anniversaryof Idle and unproductive. Forest ./
lurance, aaldlt1ay.., rfO"'JOOnll" for switching i the death, not the birth, ofI era estimate ,that' at the present, .
SERVKE 'I''embrace the Income tax reduc Patrick. I reforestation rate 1 U will require, $169.0 : .,
and survivor Insurance
br z "Old-Age ...........- ._----J' ._ j jI "
I Is primarily an Insurance f
rr Wt AKt EQUIPPED T6 HANDLE AN SIZE JOB "
system, Oehrken said, "and retirement T
ESTIMAT8S SUBMITTED IVollrath payments are based on I
( Income earned In job, covered\

b>: the Social 'Security Act .1
Plumbing/ Service I I Many persons are of the eri I Ull H
i oneous opinion that the possession : ,
of property and a bank account -j OUR J
: LARR/ VOLLRATH { prohibits the payment ot

311 Akron Ave. Stuart, Ha. Id-age: and retirement inmirincr -I NEW HOTPOIN1America's
It Is not a dole, but sit
annuity, based upon the wage I' ,
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by right of purchase, something rare LeadinEIictrii(
1,0 be proud of" RA E ....JlCalrodUmU. .
New
Range ,, .
: where I sit... l y Joe Marsh !I Oehrken. stressed the Importance ... +e
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of wage earners contacting -
I .. I| his office at 215 North Fluffier ; Automatic Ovei....*.-

; 1Fro 1 Drive, West Palm Bearh, as 1Wayuplul) L.just Storage Spac. .u. idl.
soon as they reach the age of Cook.
Y!! y Who is this Ma ? 65 regardless of whether or not Thrift
they expect to continue working.For '
I the convenience of wage as 4 JL n See it'romrar! It! Ilcre'l America/ I l Je.di"l'" "

'- earners living In or near Stuart ., ,u r" trio rang -built by Hotpomt-th proneef.d lx'
:>'n\\ and I then, in the gc .of xtumpnl. Butnnt M jitluinnl ,.kinvx9o, representative ,of the Wee* i.t, ,, maker eelectrle.pplienceficIJ.Withe .

I '1 the ( /'>''''.'', I i",". a ,Knig, phi" al the ,lippa, to mr arlb Palm Beach office at the courthouse your t' you en|<*cooking ease and] Wnvenie *--!
l quiz; unit i (tho, jding 0\"\\ ho ".IhnAlA-n"one., ,' rmo niued on the first and third ? that believedf
hive
never
f J ihi.: Mall" Fir.. "matune. .. elllhedues-iuciud. that infer."He. Tuesday of every month at 10 Co tof ectnrscy ;you
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wn and uf the ,irh.. 0" net to "boer" sod am .' ,

cu In American history-.t For Ma-who see er hi.lwy. CITVRMtntS jVINCIIE.S ','

:.\ndyfth. war Ion .hytoIMrtmin eoa. knows (hit bee a. a heveroge :\ RAIN IN MAY ,
,. 4tnoderatlonleno in thin land Livini I w
outright "
The City of Stuart received 3Vs
:MHo ,of euri ii the never-e Wmg$> Amerltn i "
amt In the New. World on Inches of rain on nine' days during -
tn shuck far tolrfcncp whlh Weather .e ,
records of U.8
!} MatHo I ought the rilrrimipAer lo Ihuulrjr I Observer John N Mann reveal '!'mr i
1,! coiiprr" to repair the .b.*r bar c IB the kit '
p I Heaviest fall was 1.01 .
rdijircontpiiiyinf: I the IMgrirai" .. t 30. .. r l
Inches on May
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::\lhobthis mon!* ii., I The total was more thao 1 Inch : ,
t4Z below normal for the month but r
3 thought that r. '
: everybody was i was the second highest for :May Ifjj! } '
In the past five year. The June I i .yet
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IX an< Happenings of Horn MRS Telephone JOSEPH 214 McCOY, Society> Offlet Editor Phone W ;!j i! j'I r j II



/ B CLUB AREA BOND SALES HIT ; Mr and Mrs.-W: R.-Page u dl :Mrs Marjorie T. Cooper pfj I Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hodapp have I I

I 6IN TAfJA11ASSE6 46.1 PER CENT OF QUOTA Mrs. Rowell Hostess Monday HomeDemonstration I 1 as their guest last week end Ulss I Jacksonville Is visiting her parents as their guests Mr. and :Mn.,O. 'j :ill j I

C Ruby Turner, Page's niece J_ Mr. and Mrs, Keesley_Smith J I R. Maxwell Blountstown. I ,t tI
Irb NONs County 4-H Club Rglon which Include Martin, At Shower J : '
GreeneMrs.
local leader and< the Paint Beach and St Lucl Counties for Miss I ]I .
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Deinonstratlon Agent left has attained 48.T pet centof Notes I "Sugar and Spice and Something Nice ."
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Fit L; to attend the State 1U quota,of $1,888,000 In the Marvin Rowell was hostess TWO ARE HONOREDAT :
L* IW 4-H girls I"L Security: Loan campaign tor tale for 'a miscellaneous bridal STORK SHOWERMrs. By MISS LUCILE INSCOE .
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r meeallthis,week. Those of E, F and 0 siwlngs\ bonds, the shower for Minnie Louise Oreene i w I
BUM Jean i Brown One of the of EVERY SATURDAY \ '
finest' activities
ml Ih Uronnenve savings bonds division of the Monday evening Mrs Wilson Joe 'Oreenlees and :Mrs. 1-:
Irene Brawn. the Extension Program Is the 4-H I
ro Rowell und Sue Treasury Department: reportedthis :McClurt lead the games. Ed Mennlnger Jr., were honored Club short course for the young -_ "
II of Indlantowni; Patricia 'week Sales through :May The gifts, were presented to Friday night with a stork shower people throughout the State.I ": :: ; j ,
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BetW and Florence Meg- 20 Included $22,501 Invested in the bride by Lurllne Greene, given by Mrs Herbert Bruner 'The girls' short course Is held In! THROUGH = :' J j
rf babel Lathers Of BtuUn bonds in- :Martin County and Frances Wester, Oarnlta Wester 'and Mrs. John Mennlnger atone Tallahassee at Florida State University I .
Saunderson Of Salerui $881,861111'1' ,the region, The drive and Ellen Rowell. and Is a wellplannededucational r "V :
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R. R. Wallace, Palm will end July IT. The dining room was decorabed home of Mrs. Bruner. ,The guests program which deals June July and August20BISCOUNT r '
and ma Luclle Inscoe, In pink and white. A three :of honor were presented with with every phase of club work. It! 11 r
county Home Demon- MISS KEITH TO ATLANTA tiered cake surrounded with asparagus bathlnettes.I Bridge prizes were is designed for Older girls who

Agent. :Miss Charlene Keith}, who has fern and dwarf xennlas I won by Mm. Oreenlees I Mrs. R.I have done good 4-H Club work I '
11111111111111111111111111111111 t l l l I I I been 'Visiting her parents Mr. was decorated with tea roses and V. Johnson, Mrs. Elizabeth P. in a county program They are
c and :Mr*. George Keith left Sunday topped with a miniature bride Madiera and Mrs. C. F. Ireland. expected to bring back to the t
hele g3SMAKINGALTERATIONS for Atlanta where the will and grooms There was a huge Other invited guests were county Information and help to I'
,j be a bridesmaid for :Miss Betty pink and white bridal ring Mrs. Charles Oreenlees, ;Miss strengthen, the program I

1 1I Nd ea. ar Bowen granddaughter of Mr. hanging from the chandelier Frances Carlberg. Mrs. H. R. In addition to the regular work I (DON'T FORGETS EVER\SATURDAY-ALL SUMMER LONG) .
I Matte Ajiea00S6tJI and :Mrs. C p..Pittman of Stuart Out of town guests Included Steffens Mrs. Harris Lowery, Jr. there will be recreational activities ;
Miss Keith plans to remain In Miss Oreene's great grandmother Mrs. Olenn DeBerry Mrs Price and trips to the various
TlI Iimetngun IDS ml6 11111111 j I Atlanta for the summer and grandmother :Mrs. O. W. French, :Mrs. Charles & Lane capitol buildings as .well as' AH New Sum Dresses. j I I
Meek Mrs Alex Forrest, Mrs C. R. "' '
-- -- of Tuscumbla Ala, and near-by "beauty spots around
Mrs. H. C. Stuart; of Live Oak. I Ashley.. :Mrs., Jack Davis Mrs, Tallahassee I All National!}! Advertised. 1
Other Invited guests were :Mrs.P. ,Hubert Speedy, :Mrs. Bill Mathe- 'The girls \who attend have the:

0. Thomas :Mrs. Roscoe H. lIOn, Mrs.. Henry Schwab Mrs privilege of meeting and living: All Sizes and Type* for Every Occasion. -
Belles Mrs. W. O. Penny, Mrs Joseph :McCoy Miss Betty with other girls from allover
: m H. Mrs. Rich- Smith. Mrs. Albert :M. Shrlgley, the State, I I
UGS' BRID It. Thayer 3 J. and that In Itself Is
U Mrs. Arthur :M. Dehon and
ards, Mrs. M. J. Morrison, Mrs.E. Mrs. Invaluable to a teen-age girL I
>*1 :. O. Wells, Mrs. W. D. Barber, Charles Roberta of Atlanta. The old saying that "the man THE LITTLE DRESS I I.

Mrs. J. W. Johnson, :Mrs. Hazel McCLURES' HERE Otf VISIT grows faster than his crop" cer '
Orman, :Mrs. Carl Roth Mrs. alnly applies here. The girl grows :
Mohawk 1 Pebble>> Tuft Harris, Lowery Mrs B. M. Kramer Mrs. Dan McClure (Betty Hanisen faster than the program--or she Lottie C Dugan / Post Office Arcade ,
) her recital at
Mrs. R. E. Harrell, Mrs.. I. L. gave Junior should because the development -
Decker Mrs. Arthur Bowering Florida State University :May 10. of the Individual girt is : 1

Firth Mansion Bouse Klearflax Mrs. Ralph Ulmer, Mrs W. O. Mr. McClure, majoring in Just what this program Is aimIng i' J ,&
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the "The
Aldridge, Mrs. J. D. Parker Mrs. speech gave play at. It la worth all the money -
I Lawson :Moore, Mrs. J. ... Wester Maker of Dreams,1 a one-act expended'and all the work attached -
Linojeum and Asphalt Tile Mrs. A. B. Johnson Mrs. J. F. fantasy In which she played aU to It. In fact, It Is a
Armstrong Inlay Boron, Mrs. C. A. Carrlel Mrs.R. three characters Pierrot. Pier- privilege to have a part In this
E/pert Installation: W. Hartman Mrs. Edna Cou- ret and the Maker of Dreams. all-Important undertaking.Ten rl''I,
:Mr. and Mrs. :McClure visiting r
tant Mrs. F. W. Walton, Mrs are Martin I County girls from ;
Norrla Cossaboom, Mrs. Joe his parents here, Mr. andMra. the various communities are attending I INVITINGEVERYON
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1RIFF/N-ECKER/ Phllp :Mrs. A. C. Courson,, :Mrs. Wilson McClure. They will this 1948 session this I ;
return to Tallahassee Saturdayto
Inc. Cecil Johns, Mrs. Karl Krueger, week. I
Mrs.. A. O. Pittman, Mrs. 8. O. attend summer school at _
Rudd, Mrs. Joseph Ranger, Mrs. Florida State University. Thanks is extended today by
FLOOR COVERINGS Marie McCullough Mrs. O. L. the Ladles Society of St. .Jos I
Edenfield: Mrs, Eddie Lee Smith 4-1! GIRLS HAVE PICNIC eph's Catholic Church to all who '

South Dixie' Fort: Pierce, Fla. Mrs. John dray, :Mrs. W. W. The Saturday :Morning Girls participated and donated to I IN MARTIN COUNTY i
4-H Club went Thursday
on a picnic ill
Meggett, Mrs. T. O. McClaskey/ make the group's toe cream soCial I'
afternoon at Jensen Beach
Mrs. L C. Klckllter :Miss Olney Saturday afternoon a suc I I
for their last meeting of the "
Eurit: and Miss Mamie Symon- cess. I
year. Those attending were Lucy .
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I sa>n gs.ga l cite.
Hertel, Joan Saunderson Isabel Rosalie Sahtemma left this
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BIRTHDAY PARTY AT Mathers Betty and Florence week to spend the summer In i ; j f I
SAILFISH LODGE Meggett, Mary Alice DeLoach Brooklyn after attending the ;
Jollne Klckllter Patricia Dickey second semester of the school .
The birthday anniversary of ,
and :Miss Lucile Inscoe; Home H' !: .1
L L Simmons was the occasionof year here. She is hoping to return ) \
Demonstration Agent. Leaders I 1\
a party Thursday night when and mothers enjoying the picnic in the fall to enter high ... ,
school, I
1 Mr and :Mrs. Simmons entertained F
with the girls were Mrs. L. C.Klckllter. I -
t v a
. at Sailfish Lodge, Palm i I
Mrs Jack Saunderson !
The people of the Methodist -
young
City. A buffet supper completewith I eMI
and Mrs. R. R Wallace and son, .
t decorated birthday ,cake Church will have a shadow I
was served on the lawn. Quests Bill. play ndb.tef 8 p.m. Thedrama I I
.[Included :Mr, and Armor U the radio
t Mr. and Mrs.r-p.wic Simmons : WALTER WELLS HOST program, !The Greatest Story) "
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FOR BACHELOR DINNER'Walter
, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kin+ Ever Told'S.
Lee Wells was the host
1 tl
I kade Mr. and :Mrs. O. C. Smith
Grover,King :Mrs. Joyce Davis, at a bachelor dinner at his home, Cadet Buddy Crary who )has '
Mr and :Mrs. Arthur Dehon. Mr. Casa Terrace, Monday at I p.m. been attending Bolles School in! R iI j l

e / a and Mrs W. E. Williams, W. E.: The Invited guests were Joe Jacksonville, will return Sunday|
Coursed; Henry Beckman, Gor- to spend the summer with his I
Wilson -
Williams, Jr, Dr. Talmadge I ,
TI Mrs Ruby Brown Mr. and don Butcher Robert Green. Emerson parents, Mr. and< :Mrs. EvansCrary. I 1 !
Kramer,Dan :McClure and I
Mrs Earl 'Oreen, :Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wells. Wells" marriage .. ...,_... JI I
Henry P. Lyons, Mrs. Olivette _. I I
to Minnie Louise Green was an 1 I
Patterson, C. F Patterson, Mr a '
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event of yEsterday evening at the
Mrs. George Keith, :Miss I
Charlene and Keith, Mr. and Mrs. J. Methodist Church. The smooth flowing lids of the 1949 Ford passenger cars are '

sr4 H f / H. Smith, Mr. and Mrs Ralph :REAL I accented by the simpli '*- of the air-scoop grille: Fresh air for
America's' traditional reward Chandler. Mr. and Mrs. Charles MISS CHISHOLM FETEDA the pressurized: ventilate system also enters through the grille. III
surprise party honoring :Miss !
Joss,
Fred
Evans Mr. and :Mrs. i l'
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I Chlsholm 23rd
Betty on her
for a JCD wall I done..a Mrs. Anita Compton, Fred Cabre Stafford birthday was given at the Blue ESTATE ,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry DOOM May 28. Attending were I f I
and :Mr. and Mrs. Sam Austin. I''
Mrs. William Chlsholm. Rosemary ;
'O SEE
and Jeanette Hayes War ,. f
AITHAM dWATCH COACH KINDRED BASEBALL FETES TEAM ren Haymond, Ruth Sands Mr. Properties of \l 1 kinds' I

SCHOOL and Mrs. George Archibald,
Kindred enter- sale.
Coach Charles for
Beau ;Mayo and Gladys Preva t
tained the Martin County High
school baseball team and their CHAPTER WILL-MEET The Beautiful

1 (nwrlco's Finest Ti/nt-rlect ((0 F guests oceanfront frankfurter with Thursday a roast beach at from party Jensen<4
meeting in the Woodman's' Hall
7 am. Those attending were (Unity Chapter 37) fallowing a orEdwadf
r Bambl Sincore,
Sara Lou Roth
Smith Jan- supper :!
Norma Griner Carol Mapp ,
9 .
r yI + Arbogast Ann Pittman, Ruth .' ,
Ice MRS. RICOU IS HOSTESSMrs. '
Olwin, Adair Mahan. Velma ; !
Earl J. Rlcou was hostessfor :
Savage. Dot Everett Pete Barr the Ace High bridge club Alit sailo r 1949
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MADELINE Harklns. Lamar ,.
Bruce Tucker Saturday afternoon. 'High scores
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'Ir. lad ..alem..l Beatty Herbert were received by :Mrs. J. W, Ord- P.fi. Arcade Bldg.
10 Ir. V./N./ Ralph Merrill, Herbert Kraft I
.05.-say. Mrs ,
way and E. J Smith. ,
add.. IIU.... I..dNd sap. Donald Houck, Clifford Levens, Phone 19 I
...I;'.s-a ...,.... Donald Bowden Adolph Hertel
:Mr. and Mrs Earl ..1, Rlcou ; ;
j
I Bill Hardwlck Joe Smith, John ,
$6'IsAITLETT spent Saturday In :Miami.
esw r s.ws. .
Paul Mist
\ Oadd. Arthur Henry, r
LW!. Philip Springer, Robert Hill I,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph :McCoy and 'j,
\ Darline and :Mrs Charles Kin- Restaurant FORDS
Sailsport
$ an .... dred. .

015 IiN+rUy LVNr d..1., IrNwN. MRS.FOR OES CARTWRICHT SUPPER MEETINGMrs. HOSTESS Just. South Frailer Creek ttidge On U. S. I t I

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e..0. .- M. R. Cartwrlght entertained Under New Ow-rship
the Order of the Eastern:
'71" Star at her home last Thursdaywith BLANCHE 'POL CK I
ELAINE ON DISPM Y A.T OUR
a covered dish luncheon Invites You To njoy
Awid.lr.nr. followed by a business meeting.
s.d I.10 u,palls. Present were Mrs. William E. Real Italian ,Sp] hetti I
gold B i.O .tIrAhA.d Olver. Mrs. John Ollson. Mrs. S. NOW 'SERVING STUART fHO; WR OOMFridaJ

A. Marsh, Mrs. Clair A Olson
>raa -55" Mrs A. T. Hogarth, :Mrs F.''T. ALL MEALS /A LA CARTEAT
Maurer, Mrs. ;Marlon B. Flake,
.. Mrs. J. R. Pomeroy. Mrs. George JF ; 1.

CHIOI ACCOUNTS L. Rowley Mrs. Myrtle Terrio, REDUCEDPRICESREAL June 18 tI'
All INTITII, :Mrs. J. H. Hilton Mrs. A. M. ,
Johns, Mr,. Flora Corbelt, Mrs. HOME OOOKED MEALS ,

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: l I l Entomologist gests WaysTo ...Mete.ho will.akl.es boo _d.r I.the ChuNk..55i.5 knw".e.nne5..5,. AT KIWANIS CL's t
} FISHING of Interest To Veterans the..b.e th wadi atlm
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: ,\ 1 T'hdue Oe..IMla. ,.; Miss Edith
,, Combat Insect Problems TbA Mt 'Tit ll.rusM ,
|-ph E. Gum T, A. Contact Officer Ik. : CM 4"d ask hi, tr of Mr, and MrsTi"
F I f : : IN THE FAMOUS At of Bee of H, R! Lowery, Jr West Palm Beach Headquarter 5.... :ho/.: ::.. ::;., end hl.hi -er.ebasal. :: thews ot Stuart .

"j m gag: s m.. -4 p,n Monday 71} Comeau J3ldgVeterans. Mw U mat*l llw lh..t.ed.
PAGE Ij St. Lucie Region Gainesville, June 10 Summertime or pantry to avoid, contaminating __.._____ uuu.uu....... ... .., ..Ii......." tk..Ii.5M.h/eh..4.,ILA..ae ) / .." West paw
I weather Increases" e \ foods dishes, silverware and 'p 11111I1111111111111111I1111111111111I11I1111111 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I l I I I I I I I I I I 1111I111I111111I111I11111I11I1111I1111I111111I1111'I I I I I Ih. IuM-8!>n.-. to UM Cellovliii"I KlwanU Club'George '
insect pest problems of the Flor.o '. :, "TM .t.e.M GoJ i. : Washingtonp
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CAfoolAN kitchen utensils W training ojten:( Inquire monthly: We were married two .. ,
GLtDe THF TRUk SPORTSMAN! H A OF .w" RESOIIACae Ida home but prompt and \ lun, a.d! ..i nM.t* the mrlMttotlOtomNionr *
p owner and' I would like to .,,..." IS til 8 Accompanied
/ AT v ;;,d':;;)!i''' By ER EST LYONS much proper to control solve measure them according will da, AuKU-tlne Chinch bugs grass that and feed cause on It St.to about summer VA schools regulation These regarding know year If ago I will receive a pensionat The. a..,.peau,".....,.....how.., .,..the I..ltlde CAeSs.astl.nw theL14ele feldt at the pant by 1III1JB the

rJ' : k;,,,1 i The manatee ,me of the mt!t,I folk. coupled with vivid imagl,- to Dr A. N. Tlssot, entomologist turn yellow. and, later, brown and other questions eon jrnlng his death' ? elm JC,..IMtlwok t. the, S SrtoiiM..1.l. t.rM Mil" kr Hr.Hk Mw Homing by leg, "'nn\
H.-.'.' interesting ot ih American, nation' produced widespread belief with the Florida Agricultural\ \ be, controlled by applying VA benefits are answered by the A,-No. Under existing law, B.k.r UMl "WlH* .5.e.ide.l! l kupnu, the Years \by: Job1laQ and
/ spanPalm i'l, mammal will find permanent la the existence of what' !may you would not be eligible because yoSte. Ikhk or nekton. Iknit.r
f Administration and .
,,' ,J, : Experiment Station from I to 2 pounds\ of dusts eon Veterans ...... th. (r_. 0..1.l .. lk.1.ml .Star" by Rogers
the unturwajs of f woman half fish creature. Na News your marriage took place after .. ad a.an4 ._.
; 'i" protection: ", published by The Stuart asservice "'r knnt
filling In mud-hole and low DDT, chlordane berucnehexarhlorlde She Is
taming .
Wlihtfacllll :, Dee 31, 1037.MARINES Shy. .n" ma xiii fled 55. '5klu. tentatively
it "555 _
: National Park lurally beau
the Everglades \ was pictured as a to our veterans __ _
chlorinated ,
'I places around the home, coin or can .fine .n ta t5 he is awl pm.p.riIA
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I ( )There are still f. few Of these I tlful! and quite.capable of Turin I lectlng old tin cans and 1 other phene to., every 1000 square feet Q,-It t attend summer sessions TO MARK r row ...1t
slbly-- \ sea cows' in the Inside waters of a homesick seaman. The idei L discarded. ,, receptacles that; will of lawn 'In addition\ con- at the college where I am FLAQ ,DAY MONDAY pour t*K.II'..B;ity and I' u divln AH,wetaphe.n..an..<:lck Ik.luJ. S.eie. the Rotary Club lI1eeUna ttj,
-.-.. I 1 Martin County--they go ui> |1M :,, was perpetuated in the sclentlfu c hold water and burying them, oiling chinch bugs these In enrolled under the education __ d.aItI.. h W (1",11-11. 1'1_ city Tuesday noon_ '
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:i North! and South Forks to raise name,Sirenla, the order to whlcr I lc'I' benefit) of the 01 Bill do I need -- -- ---.i:.
cleaning catering troughs and Glides also anu, June
check:
wjll The
) Tampa, 10 (rNSi-
; '''i their 'ounfbIll fat too many( ,, the manatee belongs drinking\ vessels for poultry at]crickets leafhoppers and other I a supplemental certificate of (U. S. Marine Corps will observe'
?" 1 have been, killed jti the ytll.UI However, those who cherished I I cait once a week, repair pests that sometimes Injure I eligibility? Flag Day Monday and calls on S'T' LUCIE BAR & .Gi. jj"Stuart's
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'w> :Ihttt! have prised when many ot'Illusions concerning the beast)S Ing screens,, and painting & per lawn A.-No. The only' time: you all patriotic Americans to display -
us pan rfcmemtwi\ \ mannieiss as a 1 of the beast must have beer' I cent; DDT In oil ,or 5 per cent Whltcfllej and scale Insects need a supplemental, 'VA'flfrttt- the flag on that day. Favorite. Taproom" w'HONESTLY

f; common, sight on the! St. Lwle obtained disappointed whetsA the;,: DDT emuhlon I in 'water on that\ attack gardenia and cause leate summer of,school eligibility is when to attend To help In the observance, the + Only a very few bottle |left 01 ,A
1': (and'lndtsen Rivets their first quo- screens are some at the very ef* development of aooty mold on you bargain cloie-outi "
Marine (Jot pi na* prepared i
transfer to another school for
; In the early days!I. when they tation frpm early records concerning n fectlve steps that,; ran be taken the leaves of plants are not dif term booklet on how to ,respect and 7. .>th CI Vgyl* (Scotch Type)
were UII.dantand fresh meat a voyage Of Columbiu I against mosquitoes Dr Tlssot If "summer" the summer 11 4I
3f : ficult to control a display the Fag. This booklet tlh Old PriJijScoteh Type)
,:1" 'wan scarce.-It wax regarded as reads "when the Admiral wai,, explained.$ oil emission spray is applied to am'VS.: obtained without cost 3- I II *
be
f but minor Infraction. \ ui law toy going to the Rio Del Ore, he said Spraying DDT oil solution on the plants. Thorough coverage Q. ..I citizen and at may any Marine recruiting office ..th John BegO pJ. Scotch ($7,SO) 17!

pI bulfiher a xttt! row,, even after he saw three mermaids which,i walls, woodwork, the under-sides of both aides of leaves It necessary have received war service gratuty IV contains It color Illustrations 3 5th Spanish Sherr 1 IA
I : ; scientists wisely advised that I IIi came up very high out of the of chairs, tables and shelves will because only theInsects and re-establishment of end ( ketches demonstrating 6 5th Portugal Port I IA
I I I'' they were' In dancer: of seat: but they were. not as beautiful -,, control roaches, ants. silverfish actually hit by the spray will be credit: benefits from the Canadian -, proper ways of displaying the I New Ron Rico Price on 5th l*

I'11 tlon\' UKe the whooping! extlnc-j as they had been painted, book lice and other household killed\ I The entomologist ad- I loan Goverumegis benefits' under Ant I entlUsdd the GI Flag "The Ce k" end Bob" Phone 911;

t ,II;& they were "gtxxl eating Even today many persons have pest vised following directions on Bill?
I-;-;' seemed atui) larlt\ enough little knowledge of the manatee In using DDT, however one containers or If directions are. A. Veterans Administration. SUDIIOFPWILL '
wilderness. spot But Ills a mammal Just like a dog should avoid contact of oil solutions ] not thus provided, .mixing 1 I !MARECRI'ISE,, :
has ruled that the loan benefits
Ir except for a fe*' hold- to(1ay-1 seal or cow, probably a descen- with the skin and also tablespoonful Of oil emulsion Pence Construction Co.
the
.I'V'p' )law Against taking manatees\! Is dant from a grass eating land avoid Inhaling the spray using with quart df water When the \under Act Servicemen neither Read- Midshipman Richard I. Sud.
ustment the
I"",' almost universally' respected dweller It Is said by various old> glove and a mask fur prelection Insect pests are destroyed, the same nor similar are to the "war huff, son of Mr and Mrs H. A. Phonfe 193
I t' I ran into this most I interesting authorities to reach a length of Dr Tlssot also odvlwd :[ sooty mold wUJ be "washed off service gratuity and the Sudhoff of: Stuart?,now In his I
article on t the tea ow by William fifteen feet and a weight of 2,000 care. in using DDT In the kitchen the plants. In a couple_ of weeks, establishment credit. apparent re sophomore year at Alabama I D-7 Bulldozer/ itb Blade or Rake
'r This is much -- ------- Institute And
in pounds larger - Polytechnic a
E Dilley. originally printed than the average and/ it u quite ; I ly paid you in case by the Ca- member of ,the Naval ;Reserve.1) Also // and DraglineUs
,:\\II the Homestead trader-Enter-( Palm City News '(I died at the !hospital in Georgia ladlan Government. Thereforeou :
ij" prise, \Out clipped by me from likely that the female\ smaller 1- after a long Illness. are entitled to a loan guaranty Officers Training Corps, will receive ee For
the American : than the male I practical instructions on
"fr' Eagle: ,
Mr, and Mrs. Norman Smith If :you are otherwise. qualified -
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t i Among the animal rarities ti' Its hide Is thick and tough and I I :: and small son, Norman Jr of active duty aboard the light ClearingGrading. .. Ditching, t',
r, the new 'Ollld('> Park is the man,'I usually covers It deep layer of DEMONSTRATIONCLUB Miami are here visiting .relativesIn cruiser USS Pasadena during )iking Etc.
alee often referred) 1 t to as tti tat The skeleton Is composedof Stuart and Palm City. Mrs Q. Five of us veterans of June, July and August of this I..,!

sea cow Till }tmmal holds i I hard and heavy bone which ',Smith is the former Mildred World War II have incorporated year The eight-week ruLe will
prominent place 111 tutnd am helps the animal stay Submerged : MEETS 1 Silva. daughter of Dan Silva of and are operating a' business consist ot gunnery drills. battle
Ja believed 10 1 h",et'( \(11"11( rise tithe (: I Light weight is of little 1mportance Stuart They arrived Sunday Can each of us file a claim for problems and. lecture to acquaint
,early] belie! i ll!s the pxistenci I ; since the manatee does( at the Dan Silva home On Tuesday eadjustment allowance as self the midshipmen With the latestdevelopments I
of mprrt ad, ,' <. ilo'"' urgi I not voluntarily leave the water. ATLANEHOME they were the evening dinner employed? In Naval equipment 9rkd rid!

to tell 1.111 t I""I to the liomi' I Small eyes are set In a homely I guests of Mr and Mrs Jack A.No A Veterans Ad minis- :
-- and wrinkled face The lips are llsk Mrs Ltek\ ; formerly Car tratlon decision held that hone -I .i

I cleft and very mobile a useful I BY MRS. AVNt' B I DAY men Silva Is her aunt. of the veterans connected with FOOT
SPCIALISTC !
STUARTCITY feature when feeding. -- ----- I Richard Sudhoff, a student at a corporation can be regarded as II : mEan p
:
COMMISSION Two flippers serve as arms In I The Home Demonstration. Club I the Alabama Polytechnic College .elf-employed within the meanIng :'ropodist, I AI::;
conveying food to the mouth No Monday held Its June meeting I II Auburn, Ala, arrived home of Public Law 348 IOI Bill). R_ N.S F Pere Hotel tal V
t etingi4lh I hind legs are present, these parts I here Subject wan "Children and 1 over the week end and expects FREDERICK PoaTER II ,
\ being changed to a single, flat- I Child Care" The group; met at to leave about June 15 on the Q- My husband is receiving a ......, te I I .5
8:OOP, I ened tall The ]powerful tall pro- the home of Mrs. 8 ELane I summer cruise of the, mldshlp- Spanish,, War' pension of $90 I

1 !,' 2nd ar vides locomotion by an up and with 12 present! Due to the men for the Navy Reserve whichis 1tit
\\ down motion and when pressed, absence of Miss Lucite Inscoe a part of the training for aNavy
WEDNE/ DAYS a seven to eight miles per hour, I I and her secretary Mrs R. R officer 1 .

r Stuart r/ly Hall perhaps even more, can be obtained Wallace, the study period was ;I Mr. and Mr*, Norris Cossaboom 5O 11 We oytoW! was aril sod "
presided over by the hostess At I
and Mr, and Mrs George Wilkinson LiMk.
phy.IdeaInPotle"en4sees
the close of the meeting; refreshments -
The manatee is confined to I
: Public Al/ay* Welcome were served by Mrs Laneassisted of Stuart were Saturday v Caah' L1' f,.......-. MaaalnqlotlialIMIt.
the Americas but related animal Highest
:: a I supper guests of Mr, and Mrs I
M.lMlMKkMll .uhnwlde.sod..ealM.. 1
by Mrs, Henry Crews A M
I' the dugong Is found along { >MM>
I
I I I Herbert Sudhoff j Paid For Your
]I;,' the coast of Africa and the borders special meeting of the club will jg -... Mnimira. d. *> fc< ,1 ;!/'T, I' ot the Indian Oceon be held at the home of Mrs On Sunday evening Mr and I USED'CAR |1NIoaoI-'t M knee .tala.., lasts has eawpldd> ..1'M e..rI.

vI v i, I South Florida Is the home or Pauline Crews with covered dish Mrs C. H Volts Mr and Mrs. See Us Before!' end .MylUMM gee m M hey lit ..... hale et. lit f fMM
I VUlliam Burdick, Mr. and Mrs.
'r most of the manatees found In luncheon! at noon During the (Irvin Volts and John Terrlck Yon Sell or >I

S'tJl5tsV I North America, Although rare afternoon study\ win' be on the were the guests of Mr and Mrs e Trad* ... lie. lra.k.... I Stuart Drug' Corp,
t 11,*, along the Gulf Coast they have subject of "How to Alter( a Pattern .
,::11 V) an3 ,. ," The next regular meetIng Herbert Sudhoff Ice cream and
recorded North Phorf REXALL STORE
been north to SUNRISE MO OR COMPANY / Phone 11 Night 1 ,
: jtrs atfsArtS Carolina It Is probable that will be at the church al 2 cake were served ass-as a DIXIE yo PIERCE /'
PHONE
: } t I they were never common,north p.m July S, Mrs Vernon Langford\ and IM
:, ot their present range since cold Mr. and Mrs Hobby Savage children and Mrs. George Ham
,1\\1" \' seems to be a limiting factor !have returned from Okeeohobee mond of Tltusvllle arrived Tues a
I Even In Florida there Is a gradual City where they lived nearly day to spend two weeks at the
I; movement south as winterapproaches. three months due to a temporary home of their parents Mr, and
'
\, At tinfes prolonged;;; Job there. They are now
TA>( INa TITLE cold spells have caused deathto their home In Palm City"Farm. of Tltusvllle was home over the O TIF Y G
INV GAS SUNS a number of manatees i and their two youngest daugh- week end. Iy
ES OWS The only known food of the ters: came with them but are Mr, and Mrs. Robert Hodappand
TITLE. SURANCE manatee consists of submergedor I now visiting their sister, Norm. Harry Robertson spent the
'II'r FLO DA floating water plants. Captive at PUQta Oorda week. end:! In Tltusvllle visiting

r specimens have eaten from Mr, and Mrs. Fred Holly have relatives. The Citizens of /Stua.rt
.,:' ABSTRACT CO 60 to 100 ]pound dally so It can as thelf'gueRI.i last week Holly's, Evelyn: Higbee, Jessie

I I be readily seen that extensive nephew Ernie Holly, and his and Mrs, Joe! Backus ..HlKbee// ,
JIM KEN DY
forage In our waters Is Important ] friend, Steve Broltz,, both of Norwalk hostesses last week at a i
II STUART"rill IDA for their survival. The Na- Conn. gift: shower at the Backus home :

',: RIYYSita ish"rYlit tional Park Service hopes that Mrs J. W Boland returned recently In Jensen Beach given In honorof IN JUL I WILL PERSONALLY APPEAR CITY
-- IT can maintain good "grazing from a trip to South Mrs. Allen J Pltchford, About V FORE STUART
,' ureas" In the Everglades National Carolina to visit relatives Her SO guests were present COMMIS ION AND '

\ Park for the Increasingmanatee I sister Mrs C A Frazier of West Mr, and Mrs. A, H Bursonl)
) ]population Palm Beach, formerly of Palm visited friends In Lantana and
H i Long ago it was recognized City accompanied her as far as West Palm Beach Sunday j
fl 1 1i. that the manatee was becomingrare Carolina and 'i'
t\ J; proceeded from
\ In Florida and for fifty '
there to Quebec Canada and DEMAND 'I
five It has had the protec-
\ fC years
I I other Canadian ]points to visit
tlon of our laws Unfortunately
\, ;" HoDJ friends
she
Returning stoppedand
J there are some who Ignore laws ,
visited friends In
Chicago,
i.
\ and the shooting continued In
I after which she proceeded to ---
I! "j' Isolated areas Persecution over i Evansvllle In" to visit Mr. THE:
i :"! a long period of time has made Frazier's mother and sisters She RESIGNATION
the animal very shy. Perhaps
I Ii
: expects to leave there next week
'
with It will mull PJ
protection
_
i 1,I for West Palm Beach
," ply and become more tame so : OF ,
I that park visitors can see and C A Frazier and son. David '
1 j' '\; wonder at this Interesting xld- were visitors In Palm City Saturday -

I Ity of nature. .

7 .- RETURNED West Mr.Palm and Beach Mrs A were W the Lynch week-of JHe's THfe: CITY MANAGER '

'''I I ,) JohnsonOutsjoarcl TO METHODIST CHURCHThe end guests until Monday at the
4 t'1 1 1S William C DeLong home While a

t j.I Motors Rev Wilfred O Aldrldge, here Lynch made a business trip Co ewLi
I: I pastor of the Stuart Methodist to Fort Pierce"'. U ':
BAUER Mrs. Corrine DeLong Who has OF F
Church, was returned to,, Stuart
I,: 'I I SALtS & SERVICE for a fourth year by the Florida been 111 for many months Is reported J"
f' 09 S, Dixie Conference meeting In Miami Improving Her friends iv your worn,
I tf J last week' end This Is the first hope the Improvement will continue fatigue t 's a /'secondwind" STUART
I time In the history of the church tit II make 'eat FLO [k I)A .

: r rI rI that a pastor has returned for a Mr and Mrs, L. A Arbogast of ride like find-new I Bring .
fourth year. Stuart were Sunday guests at the in Id tread-bares
The to the conference DeLong home. Mrs Marlon Bal- your ,
report .
I I today, "II renew tem ina
lou Flak was the dinner guest
II reveals 35 members added to Becau& of
I I STUART the local churcn this year, 18 of Mr and Mrs. M. M Baker Jiff I IRea : 1

( ,yt baptisms and $990 raised by the May 30.Mn. nable PicesSt
I l t SINCE Sunday School, The Woman Helen Arnold was an all- to' v

9I I Society raised for local work day \guest Sunday at the home other rt Recap 1 political
+ 1912 Influence
l $533 plus I19S for missions The daughter and son-In-law, and Actjjfities.; ,.,'
I Mr and Mrs Jlmmle Tucker ervlceCharon ,' .
church gave more than $600 also '
I for missions. The Children's AI Phillips of Bainbridge, Oa. .' ,
Home received $151 and ..181.00I brother of Mrs. Earl Daniels, arrived Servic. Station 2-4pecial l Privileges to Favo/tes./ } '
remains In the bank. The church Sunday night at the DanIel sG eC RIGNWAY u a, 1 .
i I ,' home for a visit of Indefinite Phan.- oils 51.-s. lb.
raised a total of $1 ,232 last year.

SpecialiseIn I, Is The rapidly new being educational completed building and I----------length. Mrs. Phillips recently- ,3-: efficiency f .in Operation f the City. '

Is paid for to date, It was said I ,
Rentalstoe ,Mr. Aldridge announces a series' SALERNO .STATION S 4-R the
1 k ot'sermons on "The Glorious (FORMERLY DIXIE SALEHNO SERVlf STATION) Carding Progress f the .City of Stuart.t t

Company of the Apostles" to begin AMOCO ,..
InformationgE ( Sunday morning with "Pet | "

I It ESTATEIniNSURANCE er, The Man L ot Rockl"SAFETY -.W CAS I OIL j LUBRICANTS \ SIGNED

Write or See IS 4-H SLOGAN TIRES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES

JOtfN E, TAYLOR -Make the Safety 1848 Our slogan No. I of Crop"That's 4-H Quick, Courteous and EffiJent Service '"

Oseefa BUg, Phone 1$U Club boys and girls throughout GREY HOUND BUf STOP
STUART the nation to help reduce the Cold Drinks Candies I Tobaccos HENRY P."LYONSJ

} ,. annual toll of 18,000 deaths and '
t Y.r 5I.di. Ct.h A
.750000. Injured on faring due P. O. Boa 136 Salerno E, BeedU, Owner"IJHe

,', i I &o accident. 1

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STUART NTWI, STUART, MARTIN COlfffTV FLORIDA) THHIISDAT, A'NIll, Uti ------ PACE mVT \


I ANSWER TO ANIMAL WHO STOLE MY HOUSE r IS VETS LAMENT I Mocha a leather product of ATHLssXES FOOT GERM : '

4.c ILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS OF ACE! JOIN FEED NEED SEEN I the long. blackhalred sheep of KlLVlT: FOR 35c I

c R KIDDIES JUNGLE .CLUB1MIC. IN WASTE PRODUCTS h w Asia and Africa was first dis- IN OWE HOUR. (
our card or Saturda, and .. it I Ing -- I I I II Ml tfeuW. %., sans Uck.. .... if I Ijll .111
y each eaa I vM covered by accident In a shlpI -
yop ... chapter of Girl"read Agricultural and Industrial r .or d"1N/ If Hto STUONQ lintl I I 'I 1
"
l for perfect attendance qn fine 14 chapters waste product in Florida can' I: ment of coffee from the dark/ .K'"pENETIUTU S wkk...h.H. *M. Ik kli.'

R4e Tel'viii be permitted to lea the last chapter FREE 1grdn I be used to to add greater materially economic to advantage the- continent .a5..1 MaRl:.Drs_fnrni_ ,_DOS, UNTACT. .' T.....,_MWIVtS i ..j'

solution of the States need for '. ]! '
0 $ Phone ierulf.er.Andanlmal, feeds. the 1 AND MOTHERS Or DRINKING 1
Qtdn11 ti/ua 14 rejearch and industrial division I r
OIIOLII1 J
the ForSchedule of the Florida State Chamber of

is of Commerce stated yesterday In I Succrofglly iW4 With CM WMk Of Hei|Mllutlo I
1 a THEATRE Stuart Fla its weekly business review \MITE CROSS HOSPITAL
>exf 40 ,
,
"Each le. Par Ifem.N.e
year some $50,000,000 to'
T0QAY (Thursday) ONLY $5B,000,000 pound of truck crop 210 Cmtnl Amy Ph. 3.3601 Sr. .rsbsrb Rs
are abandoned In "
Florida
field "j
ISENSXJIONAL VALUE Such a practice I 11 brought about I s etesol 1,1, :
because of damage from weather Hurricane PiVection ; i

py out AOIA.T conditions or a In !
drop
IbZ 'SALE AND r fit Bit row A MOTH toe Mrl 15 SALE produce prices below production!: j Jalowies '[ i I ,
>BN.T arc coats. in such case th* grower 1 Metal Rain and
Arninge
., '.
ISCDOUBUSfEATURE turns his
crop under and take I
NO, 1 \ HIT NO. 2 the tax advantage of his loss $term Shatters, Glue \
"The most significant
"'+ V>**f l A\real Story A Great In industrial utilisation ot problem agricultural ..1 \ .wrai$ ,. VenUlaUon = Control

PlayA Terrific Picture I Iimclair waste lies In the dc.Velopment *
Lewis ot a centralized J.mir* C Petersen. year-old wur veteran. its( frame work, three1 of the walls and half of the Beauty
operation
M "D SWORTH" and a fairly continuous j m"f"Iit.11'1/1I< / tow f"uiul"him from which his Dreum tough lloormg and their went away on a brlifI A t.tsi ie.l.a.trs 1 Privacy

supply of,waste, Step have al- I Ilouse" vanished Detroit, Ho completed thli< VHtiitim 1 ii re i all he found left tipiin Kit return, j
1 _
ap ryh.. WALTe IeTON DAVID NIVNe bee..
I I CAUL L Al NAR1 A.TOR reedy maae toward tne so- SHUTTER PRODUCTS CO '
lution of some of the difficulties Hobe Sound News FORT PIERCE MARKET lOX "I uART, FLORIDA FHONE Ml \
1$ ADBEDf"Bowhnf King" -1>port Short Involved In the Investigations ol PHONE WORKERS I
IAI.9 ENDS SUCCESSFUL!! SEASON -- . .
and initial operations In the -- ''iI.
)L- = = -- !.
Aianufacture of nitrogen! for fertilizer
Jacksonville< I.i I.
PUPILS HOLD'ANNUAL June 10- Con-
119 from various vegetable i
9111 FRIDAY and SATURDAY waste and In the production of GET NEW PACTThe gratulatton have been extendedto

I livestock feed from celery South Carolina on the creation .
'"The well-known use of citrus Good Medicine i '
PICNICAT of 1U Stat Agricultural :
w is the time to enlist IB thJ service of your and livestock processing wastes Communications workeri
Officer lor Army and Air ot America; Southern Division Marketing Commission which I .
Recruiting
.try are example of what can be for shut-in
1 I .
, No', 49, and the Southern Bell held 1U Drat meeting June 2. a
re* will explain detail of wonderful opportuniFrl done, in varying degrees, with I l''
.. A Sat. -- In Our Ljfcby! lither agricultural products, JUPITERBy Telephone and Telegraph Company Condition at the markets S j, Birds Flowers i J
"Industrial waste from pulp Inc., announced Saturday, throughout the Florida system i d

TREAT PIOCRAMlNO. and lumber mills present additional !- MARIE BRODRICK the signing of a new 'contract show the season U drawing to I
TRIPLE fields In which much must covering wages and working eon- al: Tkqr'II lot b.uar r4M ....r1' ,
/1' II
close M. Williams
If be done to secure maximum bene- The school rhllaren' held their dillon, according to nptific ot the Fort Manager Pierce State E Market / shr IAq se.. rbs Ilan.l kmKt I ,
liLt from the State resource" annual picnic: at the home of lion received here by A 8. Dobbs, ] w tsar klXlyt N.al. ,I
Mrs. Smedburg In Jupiter. The local manager. report, "On June 1 the largestand I ; l seas. LA Bir<> aka{ ,s1 I tBIRD'S
I moat successful
.. Some 3000000000000 tons of 1 children all went for a boat ride. The contract effective beln- season at "
this market
land material! Swimming and game were en- Ring Saturday, Is for an initial came to a close. I
i; are dumped Into While records are not complete, I.: 1 1I.
the world oceans every year by joyed Mrs Smedburg class en- period/ of three yean with provisions the Indication Is that the volume 1'1"
river.. winds and other agencies tertained with a play Attendingwere for two reopenlnga for will double I !
approximately the
ToNO ------- Mr and Mrs Faulk and discussion of wages during its I '
I
ba- t children, Nancy and Kathleen I life previous month with year.J3S May.149 was the op FLOWERS u

WE BUY -- Junk Mrs English and children, Kenny Among the other provisions ot which 33J,529 tomatoes packages with Ot I Phone 886 New Bursto /Hotel ,
a were Fort Pierce, Fla.
aka
I the the following
I. and Faye Mr and Mrs. Vernon new agreement are I
returns the
to
xtER growers amounting f fI'
wren care, scrap McDonald and daughter, Ma- : to' than
1000000.
more Bales
/ I bel Jean, Patsy Marlottl. Mr and 1. Job security for employes .. '
: 1 for the entire will
be
1 copper n j Mrs Dan Shaw and son Harold, Involved In technological I I than $3500000 season and Indications more I .
1Id TOM SPOWN SISCO'SAUTO Mr and Mrs Hillman and children changes. R3 r f+
there will be
I Butchle, Mr. 2. Improved Sunday and holi-! : are a considerable
and
" Annette I \
Increase In the
2 NO.3 season n planting I
PART I and Mrs Jessie Griffin and children day. pay treatment. both In tomatoes and
5tartngW : Eugene and Alberta, Penny 3. Increased termination atowances vegetable' I'I'I'
NEW SERIAL South Dixie Bfghway '' Brownfre, Lacy Mae Griffin next year i'1 ((1a l

"JUNGLE. GIRL" Fort P' cePhoyS Evelyn! and Ray McGee MrsMark f. improved metnods 01 computing ... : i
( .Ia1.aJ.H ....I
Increases I:5e5
t with Witham and sons, Mr and promotional : ) 4
, I France, Gifford 129 Mm Andrew Lester and chill 6, Revised arbitration proceedures : '
r :
Tom Neal Eddie Acuff isrij I dren Sharon DeDe, Diane, .IH! i t
Join Kiddie a* Douglas. Jimmie and Bernice 6. Twenty cents a day for Ii: 5 S'. : J
Jungle
.-unMM11 our
._ BI
1
Callahan the Rev Alex Linn,', street car fare for divided work

Club! .aJaly Lucy Tommy and Roy Wlthingi ihifts us I $rla.. fj) i iI in
ton, Marlyn Hartman, Mr. and 7. Shortening of length of MTS! } .
Hey Kiddiel'-' Mr*. Jamison and children,Julia. wage schedule for certain operating l'; 'j
:
\ Tommy apd Johnnie Mr. and room employes I'. HLLP TOR COUNTRY,., :;
Mrs James Black and children. 8. Improvement of working
*ST 50 Children Under VZ years of age and in % Lillian\ Linda and Lois, Sue I conditions In the smallest exrhangei I: H YOURSRFI :

when box office open a\2145 p. m. for Satur- sj Diamond, Peter Oortck Mrs. .: Thort 10.. v"r _I ftftd : I H 1
r ...
fa .
a e nl sad fats. [
\ y Matinee will be admitte\ FREE ti39 Ruth Bandit land sons, Rickle andYersinin These agreements are subjex: : He .sIrye sorld.s.de. I WIII yn arcept, who! sus p11 Is, I
Tbi*'Saturday Vnlyl Mrl:'+ Jaifies/ Marflnd to It referendum of the member. .home..u : tad.y,0,, : I this arrthe (0111,05 enul tray?
; ..... ... ...
ship of the Southern Division : bel. !loop :
Linda IndZtolda.
children, Wayne .
After .
f45 'to 6tl5KL
E IrtSbowFrom : MYer MdtuN. ''n r.nrrrd +( 11 1. y. s wl scow" wnh e Sh arks
FUOGESICLE Court& Bruner' Phar.rj Walter Johnson and tanla No 49 of the Communication : knehm fat,, P. Ye.t yo. : I meappr praid f avd Uao: .
y Matloug, Workers of America nptpoo'dr... I .... ...d I s.nl /I ,,ailfrom.. a. tl
and Bord_..Co, to ea* child under 12 Dobbs said the wage reopening F" kssw leas dF Saab I 1 UrlahWr C 5055 rl.a. i I
Mrs Ads E. Hall of Brattle- ,assnod.y,
in of ago who attended First \how boro Vt.. ha arrived to visit I privileges were Included In ,: : "

This Saturday Onl with her daughter-In-law, Mr. the new agreement primarily be- keep Tsrning Iii Us Fahlwren : 1 1 The Stuart New '
? I
Grace Mall 'and grandchildren,j I cause': there Is to be no IncreaseIn ': / Fa Alrgtn la, le : 0r '

JC- t Roberta and Charles. add. : to attend r wages at this time. ................. ..... Phone 300 .. II I j J
the graduation exercise tomorrow -
rnunlty Hall Monday evening -
e of her grandson !lyter the business meeting dane: ---
SUNDAY MONDAY .
and
Charles Before coming\ Hobe Ing was enjoyed. Attending with
>K at UnI T 1 Sound she visited with her sister the young people were Mr. and HII!
oSSC 31 if If tU t tar l1rR1.,... Mrs Minna Lewis, and her Mrs A Brodrlck and CorIne.

Dqy I brother Warner H. Bell of West. Mrs. Joyce Davis and son,
I Palm Beach. Jhckie-and her mother Mrs. C. PROTECT I II II

Mr, and Mrs George Grimm A. St. Onge, have returned after : "
niMN A v left Saturday morning for Pawtucket several days with relatives and ONTMfJII777 I

spg $Ugl R. I.. after visiting several friends in St Petersburg and< YOUft I I jilt
11 MdNf.4. weeks with Mrs Orlmms Tampa <

I parent, Mr, and Mr. Bid Robinson 1st Lt Donald Coleman arrive ? r
1 of Jupiter Island Her sister here by plane Monday after

ra tade4 $391$ I Jean, left with them to serving with the Army In Korea / 1'ONTIAC SKKVICK '
spend the summer Coleman Joined his wife and son
;.i "'"" MOREWS 6t5TFRRE Mrs. George Griffin of Stuart at the home ot her parents, Mr G) j li.ll

FUN, "Little Hiawatha"rtoon and News I had dinner Thursday with her and Mrs Marvin Crowe. .
relatives Mr and Mr. W. D. Horace Arnold left Sunday '
I I Griffin, night to enroll In a, business ''f I
I of Salerno In Jacksonville. He
--- Miss Edith Earle school/ plans v ,. !
Ekyf and her friend, Lloyd Hightower, to visit here on the week ends ht gust Pontiac owners Kill use nothing '.
TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY visited Sunday with Mrs Charles This column will be dlscon .fa C .utauthorire4PontiacService--because t .

It Pour Hall tinged for the next tour week ', oniue Service u so precisely mlll hud F fI ,
Romance!
Rhythm !
Song anf Mr, and Mr*. W. H Arnold of during the writer vacation It I, to the fine car they are driving ; : j
"STORMY WEATHER" Stuart visited Sunday with their will resume July 15. S 1
Our men who work on r."r car are /
>a Home Bill Robinson f Cab Galloway daughter Mrs Albert King skilled mechanic ,
Misses Jean Arnold Mary I (rained hy factory ,I "
DICKERVIN x pens.To them familiar I
-- Diamond .and Janice! Arbogastof every pert is o
Stuart left last Sunday mornIng I ->art The equipment they ate it all ,

by ear to spend'a week at Your Democratic Nominee elected spectllv' to strvice !Pamiucs j i, I

the FHA camp being held at forAttorney' that I I'his a.sureslo", cosl and nccurale w >rk.
C
I f fnd
W TE 1 Camp Lena near High Springs.I Generala" re \ if new parts are requ.red, a'l.nge /
They will return /Sunday While I apply Jictorr-tngmttred
part isivailahk
returning they will visit Silver ;
.
Each fits 1 p fiii
Springs Miss Arbogast Is State I part txaitly just as
and Miss Diamond Is A fit were being used hasp at the factory.
CorrosieTor secretary I
Hard Red
: /, es i
local president for the next year,I' a + Its our policy-to do only the work you i '.
In July the girls will attend the'national .I need and order-to do n right i and as ,

E pert Advice Consult convention In Kansas I') II fast si poi i ihl I That;.avdayolrtimesn4:i L... ,I .

city.Mr ,a v money and assures you nmpltti M//J.
and Mrs, Talmadge 1< l/tfc/wn. Let ui serve you regularly.tnfetailniMMM. I'I'v4 '
F. KEITH Browning of West Palm Beach V ; I IJ
spent the week end with their :
POE PIERCE, FLORIDA Mrs ; 1 1.j
aunt and uncle, Mr and _

Albert. King.Mrs. Dozier. Baker and daugh -.- ''
5T CONDITIO G CO. -i W
COAST W TER ten Hilda and Juanlta of Btu i ,

art visited Thursday with Mr .. '
[ SOUTH 4th ST. rHO E 884 or 532-W and Mrs W, p'Griffin j .. ,; :,
-
The Young People Club of .
f''
Hobe Sound met at the Com- ... "
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," l' :,.YesSWiULiok Like New! \ ''t'i ; I'


I with to thank a voters -, t
; of Martin County tor the ( II

vote of confidence 'wen me

Job amazing finish. Adds In the election on MJL 25. I
Our new, Silickme Wax gores new will try to justify thakconfi-

''iJ alue, long* life\to' your car, dence by performing the I "1 1eae.IGrrmfArvin
duties of the office 0\At. '

torney General to the It '' svawrnr.rt .. ,

OTOR CO. of my ability, -
WILEY WILEY MOTOR CO.orth
Gratefully
RTHURAUS130RN Owner RUSS WILEY Sale and Service, Mgr. your, .
,
ath Federd ighway Phone 291 I DICK ERVI .Federal Highway Phone 291 RUSS WILEYTAR j t tc +




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,t i. PAGE TWELVE n_' THE STUART.NEWS, STUART, MARTIN,COUNTT, FLORIDA THU&SDAT, JUNE: 10, IMS __ .

I: '!' SSA REPRESENTATIVE': HERE In Jensen Beach oao. oofs-oaor =socaSalern.Association Electric eels ta the Iresh.: waters Henry x Of >
Theater Bills of South and Central Amer- emCso Woof
:' \.1' I Prompt application by quail Ir 1 I II weaver II
ica discharge electric shocks tog them religious!! \ \ '
I' r ; fled persons for retirement or enough to stun human
strong Wohted-lrom.Wui
15 Cent Sale
11 t \ .i survivors benefits that have been 3 Entertain With Shower ,,9 OGO'O GLesplis ,OC vv-.I beings. try borrowed<1It1I1&n1e,Uie.-1

111'f':\1'f'(. earned under the Federal old- some untimely and unavoidable -: home Mrs. Harvey Shelton and w M
On Thursday age and survivors Insurance pro- For Mrs. Allen Pitchford delays the work on the Mr. Jack Saunderson art thehostesses. -
We
gram was urged today by B C weekthe part We a Moved to Our New Si
Salerno Civic Center is progress'Ing. This I,
FACE Oehiken/ Jr., manager of the "
BY CHARLOTTE: HELL1ER is advanced day because of the Et Fourth
As benefit for the much- West Palm Beach office of the With the closing of school a Street/
: I -- at hand the Civic Association high school graduation exercises
BOARD IS NOT LIABLE
Social Security Administration,
C tit ,klcked-around family budget in He announced that a representative Mr., J. C. Backus: Mrs. f. L. has' decided that the building tomorrow. NEW AMUSED FUR .] E '
ATV .i! Y3 ifyfte!; time, Manager Wayne R. would be in Stuart at the Higbee and Mrs. E, M. Higbee Tallahassee 'The count may be used in a very short time, Excellent attendance Is being BMINSCHKICLINT9E
+ ill, ,' -..... of the Lyric 'Theatre hat court house beginning at 10 a.m. entertained Thursday afternoonat board of public instruction is not although not entirely finishedas maintained at the association! v
Ad'pan I'' t, ? :hndUnced arrangements have Tuesday to take such applications the Backus residence with a liable for hospital and medical planned. The committee in meetings and there are still new
( 'ni been completed to continue "on and transact other business !- miscellaneous shower honoring expenses of a pupil who Injures charge of the opening Celebration persona coming with requests to
: ', tot "more or leu regular basis'1, the under the program. Mrs. Allen Pitchford, a recent himself In a physical education has decided to delay that Join We appreciate l the cooperative -
With 'y.;. r'' 33iursdays-only: :! 15-tnt tale bride. The guests were met at class J. Tom Watson Attorne affair until the Civic Center is spirit of the fishermen WAX
facittlsibiy through the summer HELD DIRECTOR HERE the door by Mrs. Backus, Mrs. General has declared. Watson fully completed of Salerno and their sincere
t :' uji :;::The scheme initiated last week Pltchford and Mrs. A. O. Pitt- explained that he was sympathetic Attention Is centered on the volunteering for work on the It's Sprayed AU radio and Crevjce'LOf
__ l Hj provides that with each 50-cent George Costello, general field man, Mrs. Pltcnford's mother with the parents the boy activity and enthusiasm of the civic building. You Car
j q. I ticket the purchaser may secure director of the Southeastern Tea was, served In the dialog In question and wished to do young people who are organis It has been reported that athletic
1 r''''i iI :another adult ticket for only 15 area Lion Southern' Florida room by Mrs. Pltchford'S sister, everything possible but that the ing their groups They are each equipment is promised here IOTO- : AY
I I fj' t. cents. Both prices include the chapters, met at the Martin Mrs H. W. Schwartz, assisted bJ' law did not authorize the county determined to make the largest and It has been suggested that you (As ctiLRaxen a W MOTIOIfi
.
Irti tax. tn County Red Cross Chapter house Joe and Sally Ann Backus. The board 'of instruction to of T MODEM METHOD 1 UaaKAnojA.
b this manner an adult public sum money to donate to the the next project to be under- ..
I r couple may see the Thursday June.* with Miss Mary Shackel-' honoree received many useful disperse funds for any cause building fund, and It is reported taken should be a community ieaae M ie. sa T N.. 55-ma
I program for 65 cents instead of ford executive secretary and''and beautiful gifts other than support and main we are to have more than the swimming pool. \
I f the usual $l. The plan will be in George P. Htronimus disaster 'Those invited Included Mrs. W' tance of public free schools. ordinary run of entertainmentfrom Joyce Shelton, Vivian M "1W Stufcrt ServicA Statioi
..IJ IJI practice today, next Thursday, chairman to discuss the chap I A. Palmer, Mrs. Arnold Taube, our youth, and Blllie Jacobs entertainedwith
3 J )y fid for most of the Thursday,, ter's summer program plans including Mrs. W. B. Goodrich, Mrs. J. W FLORIDA'S DEBT IS LOW A card party will beheld tonight several tonette selections W. O. HEW, Mr, 4iUi.r Iwq

1 .r programs Into September, To!I disaster preparedness. Lee, Mrs Lewis Gamble, Mrs. Seven States of the Southeast at Mrs. J. B. Bhelton'lApplH after the last meeting.

f 1 .,.1.I day's program includes :"Little{I II : STET I Charles Alderman, Mrs. Charles Georgia, Florida, Alabama, -
.Miss Broadway" and "Dods- lees Dt E: AT
,
.iI JI JIi JIi Alderman Jr, Mrs. Seymour:I Mississippi,Tennessee North and .. 'rrsdc
I worth &wIM
I Gideon, Mrs. C. W. Hogg, Mrs.R. Dollars
; = DeLand, June 10.-Attendance I South Carolina-at the end of -_
; !: ,Page also announces innovations M '
I f of 1.000 is expected at StetsonUniversity's M. Pltchford, Mrs W. L. fiscal year 1947 had an outstandingState 1Ir" \ '
I 'i for the youngsters For summer session : Fredricksen Mrs. A. A. Government debt of Spent .: \
j
f the theater's matinee programat Mrs. A. Backus, Mrs. T
14 20; administrative Hend"j $388,180,000 which was approximately -
i June to Aug. MARTIN COUNTY
3 first 50 Home
Saturday the
: p.m. Her Miss Charlotte At
f .
., w wl children less than II years of officials announced today.aws.DING $6,698.000 less than the a,
,
Florence Beardsley, Mrs Harper
$392,859,000 outstanding at the
> 1.j 'tie who are In line when the Quinn, Mrs R. 8.Robertson Mrs. t
PERMITSFor ; end of fiscal 1948, according to
l I"i'J; theater opens that day/ will be Tbo".. M. IOWM, ._ ...eNuw W B. TUtotx, Mrs. C. H. Munch, C. Parker Persons, regional director AtHme: ,BUSINESS DIRECTORY M; .
.........
) Admitted free for the program bound*., 4* by 10 ft Mrs H. W. Munch, Mrs. Lena of the V. S. Department '
d I-"Buck Privates Come Home, ae.eeb.will 1 t Cw
,Ii Jones, Mrs. Ruth McElfresh, Mrs.Harry of Commerce. Florida's debt was ,
8 'Prairie Express and Chapter entitled the Segerstrom of Jensen third lowest in the nation Your Business' Card In This Section Every Week Will Bring You Business )i'''
1"1J tot a new serial "Jungle Girl. be to see finale\ Beach and Mr. Walton Parks, '
rr 1'I J'' Page said a "Kiddie Jungle Club" without charge. The 15th chap- Miss Ruth Ham Miss Olney MARRIAGE APPLICATIONS "

will be started and all who Bee ter is scheduled to br shown. Eurtt, Mrs. J. P. Blakeslee Mrs.L. rtuu_r H, Smllk, BtMrt. .>4 Mm -
a the first 14 chapters of the aerial Sept. 17-18. ...... '
W Crawford, Mrs. Ines Ens- Slu.rt.Chirlx
C. aul". ., 1aJonI.. .... Jss. Buy The Bert' ,FRANK MALEROOFING Docks, ) CABINET WOW
cue, Mrs. Leila elements, Mrs. .... Tass... a.h.o .
Clifford Elkins, Mrs. R. W. King / GENERAL Seawalls' SEE
I :?, ilrs. R, V. Johnson, Mrs. Phil ,
: w at his home here. He wishes tc
( FUGATE and GREENLEES Maxwell, Mrs. Buddy Pitts, Mrs. thank all those who sent cards I RIC Boat Houses Jr. .W, GILSONBldf.
R. F Wortham, Mrs. V. V Worth C erlco
*
1"\; and gifts to him while In the eee .

I '; ENGINEERING AND SURVEYING am Anderson Mrs. Bob,Ralatln Mrs.'Jerry Mrs.Meg Dalton hospital.Tommy Helller, Jr., (pent Kitchen, Lanndsj Roof Repa 1 I'' All Types Of Marine Colorado Sisal|,

1 o', Registered Engr. Registered: Surveyors gett[ Mrs. Herbert Bruner, Mrs Monday in Key West Cabinets appliances.and all R j os.H 511 So. Colorado: Ave. traction I Fully equippt o .'
Huber Speedy Mrs. M. J, Morri '
f 41 l t Fl.. Cert. 14** Ha. Cert. 132 and 665 son and Mrs. Homer Hudson of Pr ro RELIEF for MARTIN CafeNTY Phone 9141 'and Leave Ivanftrylor kinds of cabin
Furniture
I
Stuart. Message repairfi
j P. O. Bo* 474 | u
I ;(, 303 E. 4th SL Stuart, Fla I PAIN MISERIES ELECT/IC wIt P. 0. a.. in I PHONE 104-J Spraying.WebJrdwaj.
\ Phon75CASEY'S Stuart. Fla.'
Miss Emmy Lou Field spent '_ ,__ _. _. J
i: ;r PHONE Ir last week as guest of her mother,, a! IhiMilJMW tee.hie, 0 ""h

y Mri. E S. Saldlno and Mr. Sal- Sere, Sill Muse ,. I
.; dlno at Rio St. Lucle. Miss Field JUST wfc dma..sk N.n .. --- -
} : i is employed in Philadelphia. 'b w iMIMMlr. *W T ."
r ,1 n nl 77. tfc. p.n MM. U NElAvBALM
Mr. and Met Frank Fedlgan .. '
5. tail Ye mM mmtt
t eft.Tuesday for New York Stateto m'wwM wurabi dM u4*>jp.i Golden i
1t4 : For. OCCASIONSBOUQUETS I Itia.w.e.,1. ;
ll "( ..FLOWERS spend the summer! CabinsTrailers Uncle Billy sez. Atrrw/izep'' OEAUI ns
Mrs. Angle Margaretls and .
,":t: 'CORAGES .. CUT FLOWERS Mrs Joe Kling motored( to West Beer, Eats Ad Gas .. FORDs ;
SCHONBERGR'SElect .abiw a, .
1 FLORAL / Palm Beach Tuesday to bring Bottle Beer Vrved I" A.tkw c." P. IUWb.t '.
'j RRANGEMENTS t, AND SUV*! '
home Mrs. A. A. Hendry Jr., '
", ,,\t f; DOMESTIC art! I IMPORTED CERAMICSSMITH'S who has been in the Good Samaritan Sundays! ,>AV AND HmWRI
Hospital there for treat new'angles thieves an* CKER SERVICE
miles So.
: RE AIRING 2Vi Sluart,
,
ment. SHOE Irlillere oar >
can't think'up about tttrun
'
: Iii ORAL & GIFT SHOP
Milo Newman of Seville Fla., Fed. Hightway/No. '1 "'
/- J a crime, they can glean from P IONE 9142
WIRE FLOWERS was the week-end gueat of his
cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold all th'thrillers now appearia'
l 'r': Arcade BWg, 5tf St., Ft. Pierce Phone 310JINNERSPRBMG Taube. Mr and Mrs, Joe Wood Army & Nivy Surplus in our time I Th' brains of.

ot Kobe with Sound them also spent Sunday 305 E fc 4th St. HOME BUILDING writers: concentrate on HOW }i ,Cet M s,of 9lsvRE

Mr. and Mrs.. Frank Wachs + s TO TURN NEW TRICKS, Ae 1
b MATTRESSand spent the week end here with HIG & and MOVIES fully 'ILLUSTRATE -
I Mr. and Mrs. w B. Tilton, They how to I YOU TIRES
returned cross, up
to Gainesville where
BOX1 SPRINGon Wacha will receive his Ask for it WOllTHAM clever 'Dicks'J" ,
degree y name Th' a.re Ts. M iwwmy
criminals
from the university, and then ; always do get
6 legs GeneAl : '
I they will reside In West Palm I Contracting caught in stories, that's w es .4i..ba*

u"'i'" $5950DOUBLE Beach where he has a positionas id Repairs for _nd all tb.', booty
Value
I $69.50 an accountant. P1O. Box 832 gains them naught, so crime CHA ONSerr'
TWIN SIZE Mrs. R. S. Robertson enter One Btock West Palm should NOT alluret But StstubF.dera
,
,
tained her bridge club Tuesday City Bridge 1 On The SOME1 WEAK MINDS think I

''i Ft. Pier \ Sleep Shop I afternoon at Seymour's. High 1 THEY can see th' 'culprit's HigbwT
scores were made by Mrs. E; J. e
.f .Fort Pierce Fla. ill N. 2nd St. Phone 710 Ward,Mrs.T. R.Helller and Mrs. ONE MISTAKE, and figure
out. "IF that wer' ME I'd be
Lewis Gamble Others playingwere I
I i Mrs. Seymour Gideon Mrs more wide-a-wakej.! I
EMertiliser
'
\ ;j j1 I C. H. Alderman, Mrs. Betty Aldcrman .; A CRAPETTE, ; aE wasGLAHOaoua So, in these d.ys'tlE cussedness, and days when YOUTH I

!' Waterfroiit Properties Miss Elisabeth Robertson GOES WRONG, 'we'd better dwell on CRIME MUCH :
Mrs Adolph Hertei Mrs.Laura .
;, NEW ct.osY LESS, and feature MORALS STRONG! No GOOD is REDO
; Howard,
Mrs. Charles
Along the Indian and fit, Kucle rivers and Hobs Bound Oay
I
: Ocean 'ton ,I and Miss Georgia Turner. row outs.Uru.tss gained NO NOT ONE WHIT,- by ,hearin' GORY FEEDS

nee Mr. and Mrs. Parnell Enoch INKS Li TALES of killers, thieves, and cops of grin, who'land them ,AND
\\1
and daughters, Marion I and HAIR in our jails I C LaSt taw
"Ij I Elizabeth visited Mrs. C. H. I 'scnlcwrs rLTev
j Munch Sunday. Little I IBeaut RtsfEpSTl
e i n sc Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peckalla left
I I 'j o f r last week for Brooklyn, where Shop u-r ). T FEED
REDI MIX sss 1s Lca AvE
they will spend the
summer .
Mr and Mrs. P. E. Ward left CONCRETIJtEINFORClNC rre s. saa Ave. PHONC b J x MAR=Ift wn
.I.If
f ,\ / w Monday for Canada to spend the .
F 1 I' -- -
4 4i summer with relatives. ---
))1)1I Sally Ann Backus- spent the Boat torage COMPLETEElectrn

I Julie week Atkins end In Miami julle'accompanied as guest of ff STEEL lion'5ER efrigera- Plumbing & Heating Q n'ssi4es '

her home for a visit. vf- Fresh star, InCovere No Job Too La Or Sheet Metal Crier
\ i i Mrs. C. H. Munch and sisters, CONCRETE Stalls, Pu F
,.I j \ r. Too S SYSTEMS And oxen
Mrs. Goodrich,
.+" ew.wi Mrs. Lee and Mrs
r a ; \ Hastings Munch, spent June :3 I BLOC! Dry St age'Jackson' HOBEOUNDELECB&IC N J.a Tee Lse. .. 1..5 Pen rcc. MLiNDI JoVe
I ILa
In Pahokee
visiting the Enoch '
I and Cunningham. families STEEL & ALUMfNUMWINDOW CO. STUART PLUMB>G u tJense )
f j Mrs. Ida Zarnldta left Tuesday : at DaJ Phone METAL BI
) ti tor Rochester N. Y. where she S Works Hob \and 3271
will spend the with her so e re'fP.JaPI.o ,
1II 1\\ summer Nite atwt1*
i son and family b 'n... > ono I PHONEs,
MASONRY"., WfllTE J..w. as cue Nishi $5.54
.
+ Stuart 347-J
Miss Elizabeth Robertson and js.w .j ,
\ : Miss Helen Rynskl apent,' PORTLArCEMEI
II i day in West Palm Beach.L. .

j ..iw.i from. D.the McElfresh Veterans has 'rhllrl-I Phone 748 Fo| Pierce ITr PITCHFO 'rS ,K'eep.ln, Touch '- 'lDrivewa

I Jensen Hdvve.JRE Fdua..
I I Coral Gables and is with l .

\ CAMP
Martin County Blocks vTwee
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,
;.' ;f," i III: 1NAHDNiRGRGtnIlAUIbWPtMir"> SILlYr\? Cottages and oats ....0..1 TRY THE.THEY Je g'ct{
SeafoWHOLUALC
., ''I 'i GLUING IC51 J t6 *f scram.'Bait I Il Subscribe to TbeAN.ws ARE MOR|THAN Everyth 'ID
1 I
i ,I : s :: o More i So Than Risking'
,I ; : Fof Sale 1 year .$3. APT TO I lAVE IT.
A You .w Home By JENSEN IEACH I I'I

r Ina sate or AT COU aiocc ) 2 year .$5 Jense/Beach -D' ItEk

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PRINTINGSTUART .
Sewall's Point RI -...Rlnr Properties Ci E ineer / if.ae PAINTS
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C. B. ARBOGASTReeJ fiNG APPLIANCES PHONE 300 IMxaeW waYjtAyaOSPONT .5EJeTAOo IB

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