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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 17, 1948
Publication Date: 1938-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
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'H--".. 13 THE STUART NEWS, STUART, !MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1941 PRICK: TEN CENTS h

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'1 ARUNDEL DREDGE ON THE JOB AT ST. LUCIE INLET '

lilding of New, Bridges May Begin ; .; "" .; -'! ........... .. 9"T,7. PRODUCE SALES "

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ere; Next Summer, Crary Reports i "''" r,,j;..? ,, : ATINDIANTOWN$400,000, 1',1 j,I I ,



J State Supreme Court's advel'lle action last ':: '.
Despite) the March that has delayed the ..
loot at least a year, the proposed $2,040,000 hew bridges project in Martin County New Handling Plant Has ;)

|::1 tl| is very definite objective" that probably! will materialize with start of.coaslrufUv Successful First Season, ji jiAn'
(he
,?;* menthe ago the high\ : 0 encouragingly] successful i

a t ruled against the Stated first season. for the new produce A! y'
Department pledging 11.1'tal Hendry Corporation Submits handling plant at Indiantown In t''
fund to flnsice projects which net sales .amounted to C
a to those proposed here, more than $400.000 was reported t }
II* action ha forced theN Low Bid for Canal Project ; this week by Roy A Segree, copartner t ,
committee l of seven apart la' the enterprise\ In 't r
by the County CommlD '*- charge of sales. v'

( seek further means of I .JacksonvilleW) The Hen-' Operating under "Indlantown ,
,sago, The objective t U to DEBT RETIRING dry Corporation Is the apparent Brand,"the Segree Produce Company :, '
fiscal suf- Cnrtuii Pkoto.wet.k '
the project*
handled 70 carloads of
,let.uAh to show that the coun- low bidder the 24 on the proposal toenlarge ': Bane" 11,()XX( () ""liic Vaidii oEot"r tuck will l be removed l from St, Barring bad weather there, should be a 200-foot wide channel mixed vegetable eoo to 800 \ r. ,

a'be able through Its gasOux PUN St. Lids -mile section of the. Uiclc tukt t reef \by tho Culix> uli!' t<.Iic plKitngrnplii'd, on ,the job tins (II) fort deep und 700 (fed log across the reef within a few weeks pkgs. to the car) Including egg
allotment and a. toll j APPROVED Teale of the Canal Army engineer Col WWII announced E.- plant, pepper cucumber and r ,.

n to ,meet its obligation ABOARD THE CALOOSAHATCHEE green bean: It carload tomatoes '
FrIday.
:arty Crary explained ((700 lug to the car), 10,000, ,
>M the present gasoline tax County May Borrow on Race The $1278000 bid submittedby I Channel at Inlet field boxes el bulk tomatoes; 30- I ,

) I of the 7 cents State tax I, Taxes, Excess Fees the Hendry firm, with headquarters 011'4. Bi" 000 bushel yellow squash; 3000bushels .
at Rattlesnake, Fla. Involves
ct gallon is reverting to the Court Rules blackeye peas; 2000 I
tin of the State to pay Out* removal of an estimated bushels white squash and 2 can '

Uqg principal. and interest I I 'Tallahassee\ -. June 17 (#>.-A 3,540,000 between cubic Lake yards Okeechobee of material and Nearing Actuality \ ":?i. '\ cabbage Tomato yield ran l' f;i'
'gutty"' bonds ...11.1an)' surU a* high as 400 field boxes to the ( I :'
,
I county plan to borrow (
moneyagainst the new St. Lucie lock located v
used for road and tomatoes, said
be Segree
I future racing taxes and I ,@ C'anoJ 1 I I $
e construction. However, on the canal miles west of Stuart his partner, D R Ha' 1
officer excess fees without an ,
The -
Hendry bid reduce to
teen ahown that no surtll who Is In charge of the packing :
to Martin Coun- election of general property tax- 34.24 cents a yard. By,FRNEST; LYONS Com ant and myself were taken bouae
accrue I work plan to enlarge their ,
titdlt until 1889, and to payers was approved by the The proposal also Includes'removal 'Climaxing 50 years of waltlnH: out to the dredge by Capt Harvey Ii I present 100-ft, plant to 170 by 1
I Florida Supreme Court Friday_ of the old st. Lucie Lock words' Homlar: on the Miss Florida t
gttbll an amendment will I several hundred thousand 160 It and to build a new packinghouse '
iron the November general I, It is the first decision on record No. 1 and the south abutment of argument and an Interim: Aboard the 50 by 103-ft craft I especially for tomatoes to J
on' ballot Which if approvedhe permitting county officers storage dam, Port Mayaca. ,I period In whicIT (JIIh (1.- (the v"sit<,rs wile m"t by C iptM '. I be ISO() by 60 ft, :p'
fctetel! voters ',will ear excess feet to .be pledged to retirement : Other bids submitted for the ,I 000,000 was misspent! a channel M Watr! Theodore Hut, t i'i't i'f \ Segree also announced that '
i third cent 0 the counties of a public debt Without work were received from the '[' through St t ucl" Inlet reef is dredging superintendent of the tweet potatoes started to ma-ket '
tile tax, Acquisition of this ( a freeholders' election, It Arundel Corporation, Baltimore at long last to become an actuality Atund'1! Corporation and E: M. through the plant last week with
sent will enable Martin may open up toa whole new 'borrowing $1.$41.000: Standard Dredging :I Bummer, government Inspector .', 1 "Quality excellent" and prices fr'

it/l to have a surplus stars I field flnanpe city and Corporation New York, tl.572- ,I The Arundel I Corporation on, ,Use jobCaptain resew. t, averaging $475 a bushel fobDemand .
infrt year and i I. necessary to county public works COO; and the McWilliams Dredg- !1 dredge Caloosuhatchce' which I II : Watlor has been with ", ,},yw! .' far exceeds the supply .
irtjthe projects fiscal *ufid In a 4ruling I the court approved ing Company, Dew Orleans $1.- !began the project June 9, Is today J JI f AruJHlcl for 31 yean, and for( the f J ( tf' which has been highly praised In
/, the Senator aid, I Issuance/ of $400000 901OC3, Colonel Teale said that biislly engaged square In the 11'124\ years has been captain ; r .L ,If the North," Segree laid Monday,
additional plan for aiding worth of bonds by the Plnellas the apparent low bidder will I center of the reef hoisting\ coral of the Caloosahalchee He work- '_1 It 1* expected SO to 40 carloadswilt I
project] propose !that thee I County Commission to finance ABU likely be awarded the contract 'l rock which liter will be taken r rd on the St Lucie Canal Job in : be shipped this month valued I .
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Petersburg building for' This, hpwever, done County Commissioner A E Sims nt IlobQ Sound looks on as Com- at about $2,000 a load. They
literally donate $500000 OCfa brJs I to sea and dumped/ As this\ is 1924 and is veteran of !scores : 1
Ipally because'' State Road : branches of county agencies, until after all the submitted written, one cut has been made I.of major coastal river and har- miisfcmrt( O D. Qtmilnan of ShMirt shakes hands with Cupt M, M are grown by the St Lucie Canal f'I
.111 cross the new bridge with headquarters at Clearwater,, have been carefully examined 60 feet wide all the way through bor improvement projects undertaken Waller while I inspecting' the channel deepening pee eet Thursday, Howard and Hook farm and
: the county seat After the awarBlng the being washed and waxed lor i
/Stuart to the oceanfront the reef for distance ot some I by the company.
!ilk up on the Island with ', 0 I contract to recipient started.En'argl'ment .will have 30 700 feet, da the dredge .Is engaged Iff explained to us that tho I ers on the raising of the Maine turning basin were Bug <( day. get '
Funds derived ( f
omlng1 south from Forte n Martin of the St, Luclo on a 20-foot cut alongside \big; dipper dredge had been taken in Cuba: after the SpanlKh-Amer later filled in I and the north l !
plan will be discuss- County from racing taxes feeshave and Canal is Intended a* a means ot !I Its first channel. off I" current Job of deepening i i:I Sash War inlet jetty was constructed but CLUB TO NEAR
>,lib Governor Caldwell and eotmly officer excess discharging from Lake Okeechobee -'i The first channel was Intentionally Palm Brach harbor to attempt The vliltnrs\' expressed RTallflcation \. Inlet" district funds evaporatedIn
rotate officials. in, a con. been devoted in the past : volume of water !! made wider than; succeeding : the St. Lack Inlet project while as the 2Vi-yard\ dipper ot doted; banks before the actual)
a with era,,. County Coranen to general county expenses and I a greater j cuts In order to bring I weather condition are favorable i I the dredge regularly: came up digging of a channel across theVolumlnuu I
O W, Shlpei ,and ..A.iAII have down aided the materially county tax In holding millHe I .' I during. flood the stage first phase and also in represents l 1mprovliig rock barges alongside the; dredge,' ;. 4nsi etor Plummer Is also 1 With loads ot soft coral ,(igck-i-; t GAME OFFICIAL :
i and Truman Llfsey, \the, 'IiLhorIflso-mllo I and residue ,trIW,1I..b.as..forJlled ik vteraatntt-bhe Odd, working}f which hal proved deadly\ To small '_ >jVbrlefs were prepared :
fiscal agent, in.. Tails-; U' was esulalnwl be- island In for held before J
10 :' navigation channel known as the' a temporary coral rook Under Elliott: and Scott the I craft especially when heavy and hearings
maniac, Dr, I. N,
Monday U a query Kennedy odmlnlstra-
next Tuesday the tenter ot the inlet: This excess Everglades; Dralnagd District at ground swells are piling on the Army Engineers in 1940 and approval ,
Lake Okeechobee WaterwayfromStuart
ea without passage ot thendment a. to whether' the SupremeCouety ? i rock, however, later will be the time St Lucie tonal was first :' reef At the progress now being was secured for a $45,000 tor of public relations for the i '! ;
this fall the project ; acUon'mlb' aid this to Fort Myers before State Game and, Fresh Water j a
will 1941
taken W sea The dredge dug made-barring stormy weather project In Just
1' would come to pass," county In financing the proposed I Dredging toEogln'\ operations the latter are part expected make ten// 20-foot ruts In all\ to Commissioner( : Quinllvan and I which would make it necessaryto Pearl) Harbor knocked all civil Fish Commission, will be :guest ,' 'f '
project which
at the
'Said although It probably bridges provide a channel 200 feet wide.I Captain Water exchanged reminiscences tow the dredge 'lnsldo-.It u projects Into a cocked hat. Last, speaker weekly noon I '
of June and the work scheduled
be $2IIO.OOt public debt. I meeting of Kiwanis at the Woman '
will a -
dbe' delayed until the sur- 700-feet 11 feet and French..hen\
I should be completed in early long and duep of dredging experiences expected that the Job will be year Quinlivan '
Club ,
ions\ the present 2 cents I While contract calls for 10 feet of the Chamber of tomorrow A formerdirector
I Quinllvan was In the completed within a few weeks. president I'I
Teale said
1949 Colonel
i'building up in 1908 The Only the county share of the I in depth a foot extra U addcd- dredging business for 30 years, The first request was made to Commerce, secured Congressional I of the commission, Ken .
itiiiction work originally was Slate racing tax and the excess: HELD I for "overdraught"Last having charge of dredging op- the War Department by Capt.Henry revival of the project for $*- I nedy Is termed by commission ,
PRE-SCHOOL CLINIC
d to tart this lummer but fees of county\ officers may be I : Bewail COO, and when all bids toppedthat director Ben C Morgan as "per
called to off the. bonds,' Approximately 50 children< less Thursday afternoon r.rat ions for the U 8 Engineer Bewails Point )I II haps one of the best versed men
cwrt: deterring action has flit on pay Court said than 8 years of age were given: county Commissioners O D.I[ Department In New York for!'pioneer, In 1808 Martin County figure I this spring continuedeffort in the State on the history and "' ,
std final consummation onset Supreme free examinations at a pre- I Quinllvan, Stuart and A E.I j eight years, and being president I bonded Itself!. tu the tune jf $1; I spearheaded: by Quinllvan need of conservation in Florida" ,
the election. I The State Constitution permit. school clinic conducted Elms, Ilobc Sound, Price French, I of the Quinllvan Dredging Company I 250,000 to dig a ship channel encouraged the Engineer Department Dr. Kennedy talk will be I
Tiding the amendment is Iwuance of city and county yeSter-1 Martin to find extra funds for the i concerned
the
day \in the office of the tire-presldent of Shark Indus : in New York The turning basin. cut through with the
OI'ed. the next steps will be j bonds only after the securities nurse from 10( until noon and tries division ot the BurdenCompany County Commissioner was also I reef and provide rock Jetties In I present Job which will cosjt; close i of protection presenting restoration problem s .!
dltion and sale-of the bonds hue been approved by a majority photographer Clyde | with Government salvage work- 1924, The ship channel and I to 90000. I'I
The exams were given
24pm and propagation of wildlife and
I* State Internal/ Improve- of votes. cast In an election I : ,
W, F Dr J. D,
Dr.
50 by Dive, Ash In Florida and keeping the
>t Commission, advertising \ In which more than per
Parker, Dr. C. A Fogt and Dr REGISTRATIONSFOR people Informed on the work the I '
bids letting of contract cent of the freeholders partici-
then 30 the Henry Branca of Fort Pierce. GROUPS CONFER i 2-4-D SprayedOn BIBLE SCHOOL 13 PROPERTIES commission has been doing In
day for the *ucful pated. .. .:
--- the past and their current -
SLATED TOMORROW progress .
( bidder to get on' the Job. However the Supreme Court RECTORY l f 1
M explained. These steps has handed down a long line of CATHOLIC ot work
tonsume u much as ;six decisions permitting Issuance of TO BE CONSTRUCTED ON IMPROVING HyacinthsIn Rt'hisl ration for the l annual : GO AT 27,700Three C A Chambers of Melbourne I
till which would delay"' start "revenuft certificates without i varatl Bible! school al I the Baptist spoke briefly and answered ques- I .'I I
I
ronstructlon ,until summer. freeholder electioN when no I Hodapp and Robertson local South ForkSidney Church will be held under lions on the proposed organization
'ere?, It la hoped some of general property taxes would be contractors have been awarded SCHOOL SYSTEMBoard : supervision of Mrs E A. Boggessat j Three property sales totaling II of a First Federal Savings
steps may be taken before called on payoff the debt contract to build an 84 by 43-ft. the church tomorrow from 3 $127700 were announced In the ) and Loan Association in Stuart I. .1 1
election to reduce the walt structure on the riverfront between A, Monson Belle\ Glade to 5 pm. Children between the office of Clerk J. R Pomeroy at i at last Friday meeting at which ,! '
B Crarj reported "it U ,ent TEACHERS AT WORKSHOP the Cheek and Schroeder Elecl:2 "crop duster," guided his \light 'ages of 4 and 10 years inclusive the court house Tuesday I| the club had nine guests' and 70- ;
t 1 felt the amendment will Twenty-six teachers from Mar- home to. serve as a Cathollo rectory ) Teaeber.I plane over the cabbage palm of all denominations are invitedto Largest deal the deed for per cent attendance
>outs" tin County are among more than \ Sh:ft* 2, jungles the South Fork early attend, Which was filed Tuesday, wash!! COUNTYOFFl A :s'
>other detaining factor is the 100 from three counties :attend The structure will have eight Resignation I yestorOny morning spreading a The two-work school at ihe tire sate by the Southern States 1947 COMPENSATION
''ng of the detailed engl- ing' this week through July 3 a rooms, large Ins plan. which will be done workshop course In Fort Pierce and guest rooms for An Informal j Joint meeting of I eliiths blanketing the a ream'surlace. extend through July 2. :Classes of 14.742 04 acres In 23 sectionsIn _
I'M' 8RD g de- sponsored by Florida State University visiting priests the School Board, school trustees Sixty gallons\ of 2-4-0. will be held from 8.30-11 .30 'i.m. I Township 38 Range 39 to the According to Comptroller\ C. M,
went which 1* reported con- and the School Boards. Work will start next week, according I a hormone mixture were sprayed every day except Saturday ind Adams Cattle Company. Inc It, Gay'. annual report revealed
iWy; behind schedule In Its Further details of the work will 16 Ben Hodapp of thecontracting and member of the Stuart I, on the hyacinths between Sunday. is understood the 'company is here this week, compensation alp
and may take considerable be given next weekGraduates firm. City Commission Was held at the\ S:30 and (:45 a.m Other leaders In the school headed by Supreme Court Justice lowed county officials for tbe' .
to get down to the Martin court house yesterday afternoon If the process works as It ha will Include Mrs Jerry Meggett, I Alto Adams and Griscom Bettle year ending Dee, 31, 11141 was u ;
VT Job, It was said I to discuss possible acquisition by In Glades canals the! South Fork general secretary: Mrs. A. 8. Philadelphia manufacturer. who follows:
Face Challenge I the school system of certain hyacinths should begin to curl Blair, music: Mrs Walton Parks, I consummated the transaction Clerk of the circuit court $!,-
MJD CLOSES OLD I up In two days be dead and intermediates! ; Mrs A. O Pitt- I I through\ Triad H. Carlton of Fort 11093.
HE LINE TRAIL "I city-owned lands near the Stuart dropping to the bottom In abouta man and Mrs. C. L Boggess PIerce. The sections sold Include Sheriff $..327.51. ;
On, Ideals Speaker Asserts'A schools tot location of new 1 I month. The chemical mixture Juniors; Mrs. Wilson McClure ; 3-10 IS. 17-21. most of 22 and County Judge 13,22530 i

i old Wire Un, 'IraU Rd ex- school construction Securing '>t over-stimulates the plant cells and Mrs Charles Jackson prl 27-34 minus! Martin' Highway Justice of the peace $65,41. t i
'** fromlndiantown the the lands is the first step toward and the floating weed literally mary; Mr*. J. F. Bozone, and rlghts-of-way. State documen- Constable 10
rown Rd wu officially challenge to live up and ,'the UN, ((4)) support UNESCO and. realization ot the mAjor part of grow themselves to death," Mary Melle Burgess, beginners tary stamps Indicated a sale Tax assessor $119668.. 4''

"* 'by the County Commls"w work Jot the Ideals and principles ((51) remain strong economically the $424,007(' worth of "school improvements The project is being financedby and C, W. Long and Arnold Bau- price of $91,700.Another Tax collector U.207.9L r
I of America democratic contributions from f local l er, handicraft sale consummatedand
iegular Session at the as. well u spiritually? He decried ,
recommended for sportsmen with W. C. "Bill Armor ---- -- '
"house Tuesday afternoon. way of life is the biggest thing recorded:! Tuesday was the
board rejected a request facing our schools' graduates today the proven over-emphasis Martin County recently by the in charge of solicitations LEICHTON ELECTED transfer of Tommy Bar ort UJ5 THEWERTHE

* a TUton. .lr" tor the Jen- said Dr J Broward Culpep- placed by Americans on the fiatterktlistle State Department of Education 2 SCOUfSTO"ATTEND DIRECTOR OF'GROUP 1 near Kobe Sound from Thomas i' ;

teach! Businessmen Assotor per in his commencement program thing In, life and which surveyed the county in Savas to Cad R Welnkopf of Por. 110. amt ....., a. _.... b".- i'i's.a. ,
UIII aid for a new comT address to the 38 graduates called for a re-evaluation of the January, it'was1 explained I CAMP IN LANTANA Life Insurance men of Brevard Miami The deal Included land N. M.... u. .&, ........ ..WrenMlr I, '
'*\ building there and agreed ; of Martin County High real value a* he enumerated the Two appointments., two renlg Jack Harris\ -and James Rear- Indian River, Okeechobee Mar- and Improvement\ thereon. i 100'1' 111..1.T"_ ..I_ ...,... : I I
=$500 In its next budget School at the East 4th'St:band- three great Institutions) of the nations and an appointment refusal don, 3rd of Troop 34 :will attend tin and St LUcie Counties organized The State stamps indicated sale ....,..- MIo'' '__" ,
fl six tree on the shell Friday night future: ((1)) educational development ,, were approved at the the annual Boy Scout camp at the Indian River Association price of $21.500 I,1.s.,.... II I. ".. II iCJ.u .J
Cud. of East 4th 8t. pro.ably Speaking on "The American ((2> the church which School Board June' meeting at Lake Osborne Lantana, for a of Life Underwriters at One of the biggest real! estate t I
to aft, widening 1)f) Citizen and His Responsibility/ today Is "Being neglected" and the' court house last Thursday week starting June 27, Scoutmaster \ a meeting In Fort Pierce Friday transaction. within the City of A.I.... u.. :..: :II'Iw. :. I 1
* et from Hospital St to Dr. Culpepper told his audienceof ((3)) the American home "In which afternoon Mrs Mary D Samp- Carl A. Bridges :announced with 43 representatives of various Stuart in recent months was the ,.. Ii tI..
wnjamlij Fax estate It ap- about 600 ,that today'I two ,today there U a tendency toward ley, who taught at Jensen Beach Monday. Bill Leach ot his companies doing business! in sale by Mrs. Harvey C. ''Wheelerof h.. Id -4! U l'INCHIS
Albert Jone* I distinct worlds and their Oppos- decay.5 School in 1943-45, was elected to troop will spend all three weeks the area presentOfficers Lots\ 30, }1. 32 and 33 In.Feroe .AINFALL. I
Biotner a* :Jensen ng lines of thought cannot continue Principal Erwin F Johnwlck teach next year at Salerno and at' the camp, which \opened Sunday elected are president, Subdivision to Mts. Sam Kannerof tops doe Wal. 4.i. tl I I.. .... .I. I
Jitendet effective July as the Soviet seek the announced that June Matousek Miss Betty Ann Oarrls of Bum- as" a swimming instructor 8. T, Platt; vlce-pivsldents. J. 'rDolvln Miami The agreement between -
reproved s removal of the /; Idealized one World through 'had been selected: u class valedictorian ter, S. C". was named to teach and J. E.: Tompkins! all the two parties which was TIDESUtah
'iJJ FlemIng Ranch Owned conquest while the other great and Elaine Ulmer as 2nd grade at Stuart School Resignation HOOKS FIRST SAIL of Fort Pierce: secretary, E. L. signed May 27 and filed here
llall1'aylor south (It power the United States, seeks salutatorian,State House of Rep of Mrs Zillah Kindredat Donald St. Onge, Ilobe Sound, House, Vero< Beach. directors,' Saturday revealed Mrs. Kanner .
CUla! from the game unity through agreement. TermInI resentative scholarships have Stuart and Mrs Blllle W. home from his tint, year at j Harold Knowlea one year, H. W. deposited 10 per cent of the $19.- ...* to. -..ur I" W. Ifc. Imktabu ,
preardwmsltasaboardof isolationism u "impossible\ been awarded to John Haromyand Huddle ,t Salerno were accepted Tplane, caught and released 1 1an Jordan' two years, W A. Sloan! 000 sale price with the balance Im Ik. _k m4l..t .... .14.

now." the speaker cited the Mildred Allraan, and athletic M was notice of refusal of appointment -footl-lneb sallflah Frt- | three years and C. Wf Leighton I IOt to be paid upon closing' ot the a...lit....xM SU.a ,4u4 a.,.. !Tfe. .*,..r.....for S._bleb!IUf ,
%ilea July t, 1\ was art- graduate u our great hope for I scholarships to Charles B. in Indlantown by day from Curt. Whlltoaf Gulf i. Stuart four years. deal .nil t boon l. Mlmitat, Iw ..... CxwIMMkl .
1ICr Future, leadership to meet the Hall and Harris Wall. Mrs. J, L. Mr, Maude Mitchell Transfer Stream. I. The lots\ lie between Osceola > .. h. W. B. Yrra. t. baM.
: ,challenge put to America's Coleman presented he annual red to Indlantown from Salerno Sqm folks try till\ their lives HOME BEING BUILT ,e..l.ory. and Flagler Aves. and extend H. m AM W HI ,
1 RINOS.KI stand for Christianity and de- DAR award for eltlKerohip toMiss were\' Mis Marie Henderson and and never "get an $.footer, Building of a new from the new Oehon building I.... is was sold .lltuJlMM {
IIIII> et u i lots and a 8-acre necracy. Ulmer The high school ',Miss Laura Oelger, both of Vail Donald has been living la Martin .. I frame home for Dr H M. Vorts northward to within one lot of J>.. It It set cap till SKI leas Ida sues llrtllorn a
14 PalllClt l )' Farms netted He said the United State band .played four numbers and dosta Oa, who were elected by County aU his Ufs-and :was begun this week in the Rio J. F, Bosonel barber shop The II fad Tl tea till
aC l for two Friday the flrat time he area contractor Charles Con lot adjoining Boson, No. 28 is J ,M ii *' u sal iiit i *t I
tile sours Monday must ((11 keep Asia free, (2)) give Clas President Donald Terry ; the board next year was by JON II ass 11 sue
t 1t Europe1. nation aid, (3) support poke a "Farewell" week. aco. ever went sailflshlnf. 'cad Ot Salerno. owned .by Fred L HalL Jaw I* 11 11. I4 sue


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CUD I I I I I I !'' sxlt" which t the ywAnCRTRaenN

ATV RATES PER WORD ORDINARY .! FOR SALEIIIIIHIIIMIIIIIIIIIMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIII South Carolina Girl Hooks ;I.'vru' Tin itr,' here: ton t Op T. T. Output n
17 WVRepresentatives )
a MINIMUM aGe FOR n\ I I I l I >mnaiiJ Saturday Pierce, June FlorIda'( '' East AWYyn rap 4nrd
A tpaten WORDS 5c PER WORD CAPITALS I of
; J.Y
l MINIMUM SSe FOR 17'FOR SAIL -- 193 Chevrolet tdour Sail Beating Tourney WinnerKathryn Coast titles have asked Congress 5. IL M 1W/

span i I o WORDS . i Redan.. J. F Hester" JuneVI .rhone< I I to approve an appropriation for Lsa5 uTntn
W.
pP iiiniiiiiiiiniiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiHii. ;.->. Z" IS of Sumter,' the Duchess June t Miss deepening the Inland waterway
:- Moore \dan on Tit(
WUhtslbly 9 1'0' E : Hollywood Boll : Jacksonville' and KeWest ,
eyacUtl H+ APARTMENTS FOR RENT s 6 rnught tire lal'lflt! sattdsti Moore, accompanied by her father I between YAYfne t'op' Y,
r iiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilATLANTItfni '.' S cog 8<' Innerspring Mat.drrnwr landed by a woman. on Stuart's jCharles Moor, and brothers i i ir IIAMnttnlr
I tr .w I I inert .r l meeting her Mondayresolutions
At a
noted:! .ofrahorsallflsh: ground Paul and Joe!'. fought down and la lJ
ear
Rexlluw.t. asking u1CL
drat I night table. were adopted ht elpn
t I tlili jew Just" six weeks alter l lauded an I.foot, 2-lnch salinsli lL..rpor
May 11.U! and Quit Canals ,
rc I (the loaf at Stuart BalluhClub' for which she wu awarded UucovUed the Atlantic W NURp5r fee ,
\lOnNGTiWt'J oon.;. winter tournamt'nl.I Gold Button of Stuart Association, county and city M Mad a.r runt 1a,'.

I full aloe table del, pint and I .ldlh\ft.I: Capt Val Jour- BallDsh Club., She also! released!' commissioned Chambers' of W klcknt iL'LStt111
1If IItnt l and other IntereateSlone In4
t '
1'f
totb..rI Commerce
5GI peroenint ors,
quart
a 7-foot. 10-inch saiiruh on, the a'f tkr H.kt W IK. I .ym'w f*
I Kerns Phone!' 371Jane 11 the route to press for carry LtYOwr.wl, M ,
t8tt
it $11 ame trip ,
cSrV
u y N u' ? !*
I tta : "OR' SALENetpoh': ClectncI BRIDGE PERMIT I Had her large! sail been caught JBsu1 appropriations.resolution said CongressIn UrV -"
f The vTtM
;ftit Range extra good I I before the contest closed tt a proposed til,- NYlltn JULY, tn,,

3 I Itutpoint Electric: Ran extra i :would have! topped the women's 1944 approved for deepening the JacksohvlllerMlaml ,0 cwt .nms.em,a. rN r M 1,

I II good, $05.00, ]tSOOGHTBYSRDAT division In the tourney, which 789000\ stretch and tl; w e.te. ew1.A.M d1 '

ARNOLD !M. BAH: I wag' won with a afoot, 10-Inch I I II the Mlami.lCe West hale .I an rRnY,,, h y
KTAPARTMtS 83COOO for na
f Sales t Sets e Oh., ,
trigldarre sallflah I Miss Moore no fisherman .I.nl N ,
y
I never
j S Phones 36! Day, IJ* W en 4111 Wednesday caught section, but the money Lan
t and a,
STUART ILO )A KOBE approprIated. asst h
,
Z08 Dixie 1Dghw. Ito t SOUND was go PLAY
OP
two sails while her father and LAIN
I Newly Decorated, Full)*\qulpped I ; / t r" Work for the Florida Inland Pa Paw 41, i CI
I Housekeeping Apart dLew 1g 11'OR SALE -I ICfl. fr sire, brothers who had been carrying j Navigation District, administerIng 11/14 Ta. e, LL Y IIf Oil

Summer lUti s i, fowl oMlrt, SE5,0lAROLD! I .- Ute fishing honor for the tam body of the waterway, was
I M BAi'r: I lly, came back without.. flab. A $slrlarUBid OoN 1ew'A
the q
Open AU Tear Raul I Application\ has been made to approved after a report on
W, T, PAI.ET, Mg |I iildalrr; : Sales lt Der e I I UK Department of Use rmy oy recent Journalism graduate of districts activities WM given! .by Onae n.0,h Ta yl U I, Pw I
Phones fbt' Day, W 'let Wlr.Uirop Collets. she plans to| i L 1 1Ea.
,
I (111 the State R tad (opartmmt Cor Stanley Klturung t
II Telephone I 208 Dixie;I llirhw.x. fit .rt, Join the staff ot the Sumter - I :;:4Q will ., 11 4n, d rn'
I liimilllllllllllllMllllimilllllillimiltlVICTORY IIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIiOK Illllliiiini ncHlirirntlon of a permit ms\itrt Dally Item FIRST RAMIE: PLANT DUE I States will be set up her .in the -meeting (Su O, T. Vat ILM '
Nov 6, 1928. to the Martin County ,, former starch! house building o( be held In to to 90 days probably -
HOT/ KtNT.iiimiiiuiiiiunrKDiiiiiintj:: Commission to construct at Dad and the boys, however, Cle lston, June: It < > 8. The In Daytona 1 Beach ,to hear rNrkd 1A. ar
the U Sugar Corporation. PALM uTr
R W. GRAtFt; 'r I i iII {I Robe Sound bridge with ban made up for lost time Friday The first commercial .. United'I plant Is expected to be ready progress reports r Iwnlwl 4AAUmr twl ,

OR RINT-Duplex. Artm nl, rule drawipan over South .Tupit I when they went to sea with cessing plant{ in the, for operation by December, John a Shares Dayton .Lhw It, Gall.N,1 p,

Live In a modern air fxA-d ho. three. rmmi: and I lyth hbtclikal .- i I < r Narrow en the highway I now J ICaftt... Curtis Whltlcar on \the ----- .- -. -- -.-- .. --. .--- .-------.-,--- -..--. Beach presided at the conference -
;, tea.; home-like atme.. .ere Urge i' equipment J'I Camden I I designated u* State Road A1AU !tiulf 1 Stream, returning with I -'!- attended by representa! + 'rh ?

airy vulside. room'A bulariumnvertiwking Ave, Stuart f ; wiui announced Monday by Jie some 800 Ibs. of anappt"r'and lives from Miami Jacksonville' Itt/W disEk I /Wn, ,.
n
.. SL I,.uijf River SrKIAL 'AIL CreY4 and I I Corp of Engtneefs .In. )Ilcksonville I':rroupcr caught on the offshore: Dot C11Stuart Daytona..Beach Melbourne. Ter al/,IM,, lllMl II, II, r k,i,, '.t u

i '. Private Beach fminf Roam i tmnedy. phewrlr Theatre I ", ,, reefs i Beset. Fort Fierce Stuart and N..reh J, L.s.">I i.a .
Bar, Package f/ods, Cm.Mail Saturday Mu anI HIM: I The 1938 authorizes Mi and Mrs Moou\ : rid children Flat Key,West. I t. M ma.. Slim ,L "

'\;i II' faance Marine jEoom. UamlngBar I A,M. AdmissliIOR All SealsJune I, with permit horizontal "Irar- I i were visiting his inter )Mx. '''' ] sad, st.il it in ,O), M a IM

1'' -B-Q' Beai. Parlor in i mu.j 2IrS 17 ,, drawspan| I i Drew King, and family at \\.he' Dear Sir: MARKET SYSTEM 4 M dm ,.., 004 ," IM
I I after of 80 feet \ifn\ fendcnim / _
4. neetlonLow l'dluUt Hotel here They returnIt'ti IYWi4t rn Wt
j i f RENTIrni'.hrd: Apart >"nxurttd, at a right angle i"*> the Sumtcr I am interested in takin part in the organization BREAKS RECORDS 10.0406 ..dll u,.
".4t Snnmici. Rain (Now)! .xls of the channel which 'latter I to Sunday Si LM. l ", ll ,j eht/
I meals. all ",lrk* : yearly or ..... _. ( -n Martin County F/fM Federal Savings and 1,11 IM thd I IInl Lwl,
: Rooms ,.ithK< Bath, Shower. seasonalApis r 's, Ad nils. (been Janice< ; an angle!! if I1tpr"'lmall'-1 -- -- I coon > 6tiation of Stunt, FlaNNOUNCING Jacksonville!. June It--"Tha IW Ylrk ll"La 141,

"j 1 "t Rooms 4,11quire lxonnt Row In ly 103> degrees with the principal''' the Florida State Markets: have Klw*, 17 I., .

: ," } Single 56.00 'kly. i I t,*.*,eApt. June It, 17 I ..xi' ill/ the brldn'. vhc uithori/Pd : AIR OFFICIALS broken all previous records ls n.YlerS ai 0>t !i.u s sU It.5 ,call Yr,

: Double $9,09 *kly. ,1..1.)1'1'bt I ) >twt't'n the faces of revealed by the astounding fact tat, Slink IITkMt .
: IOM Ktl! TIlRlfROOM: (
j
Signed) .. .
f Rooms Private BathSingle I DMORATfD: : the heel piers being approximately that: gross sales through' three I ii, Mil
i APT I\ WI.Y ; : :::; i ITOM
J,1., i if. 907 feet The luthorlzcd SMUMI If,
SUOOftklyISVuwkly. I ALL FIBTKlf. LIMIT AND 1 SPEAK TO CLUB auction markets alone amount Hinn 41 E..tww.,I, ,,a
en
-f. Double (' 1 AIRY fRASOVABLF. YEAR: I II vertical flrarance und..r.he ed to more than $7000000 dolan nimrrn* ate TNIJSOVtlUNT tI5

: April 8 tlluimimiimiiiiifmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiittHi 'MII-JNT/' : PHONE 300; I I Ighest part of the bascules ) I to date," announced William PUNY 75,
y I'I ", MAY 21 IfIOR when closed to navigation is$ L. Wilson director of the Ita t.eI.tem or ru>KiuACtmlt ,
,t \ 11I111I1111I11I1111 UUhlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItII > ( Cmn awl t tArmt
I RtfrT Two Joantownspartn CroJIbnatl'J'\ feet above ap-I An explanation of the complicated which has 38 active sales 0, L 11m
,
I: lnl*-, Ne,,ly futnt-h..d'i ; failed The d'ete.IIW':: ; !I procedure facing any proposed i) THE centers, This Increase, proves MAKTIN Tow Ol I IYe
I FORtSALEHniiiiiiiiinniiiiirttiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii : pier recently I the magnitude of our geieabledeal Hir IWKUTNV
car. Phone organization of an airline Ipa
I I All rim equipment of ,u foundation( I I In Florida." PbOa, J.,. 11, 104

Stuart May 13 tf I The SKT, present owner of the I: and what considerations are Rem ai I of My Offices Fort Pierce has more than t t0A1, ADVEA bra

FOR SAI E-Th burner Hot. ,, FOR REchine T: Floor sanding IDa bridge now proposes to strengthen ''' mandatory to keep it in opera-,I doubled the sates through Chat
.
point Electric ve. No rea and edger. Reflnishyour this heel pier by adding masinry .- lion was given by Oscar B rg-i j market to date. Figures ahowaIII.75lpackalCl LEG4. LOVER

unable offer r lUrbH I I ntr rs at reasonable ra..1Phone which would Increase the f ttrom Vice-president of, Florida) VTThe sold through the NOTES OP INTENT

T .Young, 717 East. I Phone WOS, Stuart HardwareCo. i) size of the pier so as to reduce Airways, at the weekly noon I l&rkeIn 1947 and with stm a FICTnn NAhTN

m. Jane 17 .. _.U the horizontal distance betweenthe meeting of Rotary Club at Chls-j month to go 770697 packages J ,t.M M. Is h.e.t. e..s a

j 4 FOR RLV'-$800 week, large, :i heel piers to approximately hqlms yesterday Crrlne BuildingTo passed through this :year Gross 1mm,.sr4r tee. #t pwnN.din POtd ,
fUR SALE-1941 Su%r Deluxe double Moms, tw'In Ilullywood 83 feet It 13 further proposed to of his remarks sales 'in 1947 amounted to 13. 1041, will iseut nh 4000Cmp..n
In the
\ .rord Good condittjn, good I bed. Rr Hotel, edrral'llwyat rebuild the fenders and to attach -. course 060.5M and to date amount to Co.'S 45.104 ho d..dPkrmJ.rvaM /
I Dergstrom brought out that air I r et
.
tires. See Andersuftat Them brldr' tf I, the main part thereof U>, lj j .111.479.10. This 4s probably u.A t,Mer
lines today principally
art governed
i J JI'' -Stuart--News. --S---.| day 17 If:I MlllltllllllllllkllllllllMUIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIiSERVntE I the heel piers: at a right angle I II by ihree considerationsIt / ; I TOrlda s largest.toAato' awket r.a',0 LUtI claw
la t the principal axle of the Facilities at hI market ")were end whits MII .w Ylaw.
OFFERED ( needs of (tt
FOR commerce, postal
SALE-fryers. not llresedl.I3ech
I I bridge. The horizontal clearance : The Art Dehon Building expanded during thl* past year.but ,
> Phone J25W, ('ha.. [ii'iiiiiiiimiiiiwfiiiiiiiitiiiinimiimi: service! requirement and (It r .. A" lawn NMw /
I between fenders, measured at aright 1 there Is stm a demand! for .M.I.6 ..pun **(
II C8 Weal ;fil SIJune. national defense However, to
Jackron I PHOI !STEK&! <,; Repainting angle! to the axis of the I pace both by growers and buy .tws. JM CmiO n h
get( started Involves lengthy contacts : *
17 !1. UM *r
hewn IxfriM
i repairing, finishing furnl- I: be about 70 feet tra. AlWrt X. |f.lk f >irf L.W1ALir tr
i iI with the Civil Aeronautics
fail lyre. Qualiil, work Estimates. The ntaf clearance would remain HARRY F. DYER Y .. w.N, lt.ld, W,
FOR SALE One ill IIutorx i Authority which may extend UU
/ : free LedBrds L'phohteryPhop I
f I, '1 \ Tractor, Fertiliser Dlstt ,, N>h unchanged. trally Into year, he said. At The trees that'our forests are
119 ht, rorlPierce
,il it "I Bedding Dines, Bush a* Bogg'' PhoneVItJu I' No public hearing scheduled I present his. airline"!! is operatingfor Attorney at Law rowing today will provide our t patil
,4, Dive Box 1H57, Sluarft I I on the SRDs application and local service In 12 cities in wood supply tonHrrow in i uII
1 1f
.
17, 24 t.
.
,July .
effects -- P.hi in. arc M. IHlI
'based
on ot\\
protests I
;
:\ 1.' me 17KIR I North and Central Florida and LEGAL"VCaTUEMENTNOTKt
:IALNDRY: hUCV i'E: -KKDUID : i, public navigation" should be addressed !la hoping to expand this to several Stuart Florida ADVUTtSUO!!
". ,
I I rd.' SAI.F-- t eu WeneralElectric I .. ( to the dLstrlrt; engineer ,' IN THE COUNtY JUDGIl COURT
( I rates on vt :, aih. .8' per,, other cities on the lower! IN the C Nn rusts
> I I Refrigera Like to be received RI AND Pea MARTIN COUNTY,
in Jacksonville! F1.aMd
Ib.. cash and < No nunservire east coast before \the start of MARTIN C NTY
fry FLORIDA.
t new. Phone 34))<. t tu M News.. June 29. aJUNN
if > not later than 1 ur garA
IN P
Imum. One-dt fiatis J I I next winters season NN IMTATC
: :\ |Junel7fRS ... : ___ -I JOLlA t T.NOTIc TA TM.'NNovice
faction d. PEOPLES
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GJ\'EN-- I mTENTIDowwv0 q.p11mNAd
BEST SLIJ I IALNDIIYAINTINO:/' June 17KORATISO SCHEDULE; r ( P MAESA IM Ww.1
/ I I .ICATION rot rinALDncHAa'a wNlt.r.
!f \ ONLY $1 EA [ I I< .I Mrs. Gladys H Perry. who has d NIY .Lr, a

14 at the Staart News wfl e.: supplyTHESE PAPER: DASt G. Summer ,induced: A. L, Bennett as the I touoTy STATE a u ?RIDS RaCiiTr .hlh tlwr say 1 rrA,wl 1

'I lasts. prlees. Era nates. C, Ron I K, I", ,:}' Express agent In Sa- Wh.r It Y wn, we .55..r, f ,k Do Y '
j Kind N.rtl. Gear
Lydia Bail..," by f Kenneth er Rlo Jensen_ each. June 17 I le, -no, announced ,a summer- To All Our 'Friends Neighbors and Customers floe N.le r, Inw1 ma h.wbp N. t that w P r hunt the Mw a 6w.e. Ide "u
I ufllce! hours schedule of 1 1.1 w6M.' ntM
( Roberta I I.' I' w,., d J.Ir P adt OM I
\, "The Muneyman"I"III Thos HOOK fOYI: \OS ArmLinoleum ,!:j. 11 30 a m. and 4,30p.rn.. Mw COed .e Mutl.. I, fled di.A r. tam r.kueai' dill'Y
j Ntrongs lala and ) .red awl wont .sd t 1 will ..potsN ela.Na.r4.h.. Md
Cntain"Brittania. ujiUy except Sundaymiiiimiiiiinimiiiuiiimiiimiiiiiiiili uM ...
\ t{ ; : Mews' Jy Margeryy' Asphalt Tile bber and Cork In Stuart and J.dw Ilu.N Yana.hto AO C.. ,Ctyi... tl.0.II, p_a row w44 ./ S Seid
Martin ,,
Tile Guar oed Installationby a CountyOn Sa d Jnl A D. IN mmvao

Sharp."Young'un". expert mrihanics, (irlfflD.I.'k..r NOTICES .1A. rr, nd r.r Mm. nto. .wwd1.. wr.r
hy .libert Best maim. r I wy r Jab.
'Ii IIIC' -TM/ 8. Dixie) Fart iiiiiiiimiiMikirmmiiiuimiiiiiiitiiii' no-et, dww tDATh Ins, i t YA.
J JI i "Aurora Dawn". fy. HermanWouk PI".e. MaylvtfPPORTS ) this A Jay A, D. 1045.no. Ad.i.btnit.. D '
1 t NOTICE for atMmnhelectrle and account of a WRITTEN NOTICE rkeived from the.CITY MANAGER of RAELL.
for nW call 36 Z k. .tar r the .r M J.M. Imdl, Yici LL 4 ITTYaN.Aeue.y .
wo-
"Thomas Fort) by ,Edward SPENCER Refrigeration ** : .
'* Stuart, we have curtailed for the time beingjour valuable, courteous convenientand dwlld.t"rau.h
I I Stanley, men. 1\Ie 'bells Luella DowGrange Iay1, 14% W. NIte5.ARNOLD w.AItADD NAttaeY h" In F It l
k
.' :, "Thunder Out China" by Sri. 110 Av*. Fort M. BAll efficient 24-hour service rendered to Jterybody locally and the traveling Lh.Y..,, R4Pat. Gale Y

I ? White& Jaeoby" Pierce fine 197-M for ap.' Frigidair Sales .hefrlee public on highway No. 1 for the past year Old more. Jaw i. 54, J.ir 1, 1040.t.LGA LEGAl solo

I rl i "The Timeless d" by Flea- polotme If 208 Dixie Highway/tuart. ADVOSTMEMNT NoTic 0 JSuALUATIOI UTINC Jf.1
*"
nor Dark P 'IU: >>Ol.anddearlnc.. 2 f dew ** Ll
TONY SALE Ro|T Graslan Tail hei FI/. ''NdkO L"u
DANCE (and rhone Because of this COMMUNICATION, u further notice offer from u-u .4i0 ho. jiltS
JAYCEE ; Stuart Log dikhi filling Championship Islnt Pictures, we 6.. m.. Joan 5, DeS C..dIM 0.o atrd

Cabin Saturday ight July 32'.W tf Lyric Theatre uesday and to midnight OTKE 1141, eM as.. 'r'rnA'cue '

iyG Admission $t. A/ Smilb' DON'T UlT until It'. ton late, Wednesday, AwE PaulelU God- Nov s..1 Yw4e.Yntrt I" 4,4 111.ri.rl4. .
ea Ia w
I 1.1 emew tMt tOa Stem.
ehestra: tome d ban tire today r for aulomobil dard In "An>deal Husband 5,0.5.6 Edw, M i .,.n r Pin. ,

0 nme to, Inlu i that you need under JnneU The World's Finest Milk Shake Ida..wtmueu ems rt bus r,I .Y dbh.n.in udN/ rmw.n.t.., rblw.W lw M rl,, ,

the financial respomibtlTheodare at 1100 r.leh. A J.Ip 15k. ates wIY r r W
Wettinghouse 1t1 'Drh.m & DANCE U %e music ef ArtSmilh'a foe ,.d ,, YA.TIN UNTY d.eNMd .?nd.140Is.
urn ra.e .saw
,Sod ehon Bids Phone 81 OnVsIra at Jayee .04 .IU ..al
suit, Rugs, dd Chairs! wI,0d
room Fourth ot Jut Dance, Saturday 'An him'tad R/ .
| d 4.Uw
4, Vacuum Cleaner, tablei, Mow- U night, Jufyl4 Stuart Log And Soy Drinks Only 1., 1EewwYl. at 4., nets. 10 d r
Ing Machine, wl el barrow, DAN DAN'E DAM:! Satur. Caliin -admission E..o.td.le SIa IauaJRCr dr "",
o. On.ls Lap.
and other things 5t. Palm day Pub, July 3, Stuart Jay- JiitEFOJlSYOU 10,17,24 Nrl.s Oats., I. anti). 111 sue YOAPUOrCUtNTYAaTIN COUN]
,I sty near church. 4 June n .. abln.: t.v. /
e. Stuart Log FLORIDA'S BEST PLATE LUNCH VALUE 1'Ma4 ... hl kldd M r' ii. by a, u WAUCam.
.
I'l'l y invited Art limilh'lnlll" w W1.. s.4 If. p.an.Aft.RT
FOR Z lord
SALT t. nd t .
wheels, 7M* 16. t 1.0h. its. AdmMfciun; one burk AKS .IJI'' 9k. say k .M POM MOT Okltekl
I sK BREAKFAST -'S CHOPS CHICKEN who wnd 1.1
June I/. n. (i | INet I. eta SsuI Nn aY, b. J+M >' lrI
Ford bal
M--
thesp
ry year
,1 Sums au a.l.., ebrh.,
fit Part ; Lin.l I TRUSS elastic a.d 015,53ADV
guarantee, nn. th w on Ihw..
1 1e iota Zephyr, III Br nv.'ii knee pu, ankleti, s.oeklnrl'l SANDW HES OF ALL KINDS Tw sal Ewe01 ad.Yt ..+ -u LOVE xRe oT

hone t5-w. Drug ( ike daht N TNL ClsClJn
an a 4 a tea JUDNIPLOOIDA
NINTH
-- -
POE ONLY IvdKPAIRl'I DO YOU |ve trouble with I your JOl at.ela oaDu r t, a.r r q.. IN A N p

I JtlEwo! '8 It-AY hens all ayingi Then use Together with other convenietW services and merchandise; ... numerous to men i d th. Ital. r Fl.ad. CON T N M

SHOES AND DRESS 811 't-- Hat PaD j>mio Stuart Feed tion. BIIJAID P. CAL ELI, SALPO tTOKW.HU.IM tYM

11' WHITES BROWNS NDE Store If M w nwafvea

E WI'ITFE! AND BLACKS, 8* ::8 AGENTS: for 'i'di mpa. All fA
AT ImuluiaU Your patronage will be KpreeUted-especially under tJ.. present cuss tYIh1 IvtOTIC t' pt
i 10 V. CIOtING OU'J slses 1 delivery aodi.. ear Neay ad..rbsht. !

13.45. STUART DEPT, ST Stuart. ltardwa% Co. Phone "- NO GE cap and pressure t that .has. and iMbeinf applied lo as by the power that IS In ,this JYJ 1 IN *RI 1AY5 U I01To a

June7PAINT 1M \ tf fair town of ours. 1 1 -fEtLtCo.L SELEN'RAILS? Tea

I lllllllll IIIII' l II/II lllmlTIl Ill/11111IIII i i i lotorfosher A.YUna5' YwYIST ge
1 OR SALE Outside M Ng atET ,
White and Hat White, fit LOST A. f O .n 0wdnd uJAIM

I II gallon In 4-galloa lots. Colors iiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiHimiiiiiriliiiiiiiiiiiLOST Indens
per .h a r
IN tug COUNTY h us.
JUoca'i T Re
e and porch and deck enamels -' oa Jensen Bridge, %inday LYONS' IMPERIAL RESTAURANTAND ,AND roa M.u11J< c JTATE rwilt: rile u r

I / from IZ.M te 12.U per gal- ,lerueon, 1 rod and'\reel 1 ii WrtiHVslue. or rtoam / Km. Y 1w'm

h"h"f Ion Bobe Seand Lumber Co. Under. please return to MaUier > "OUDtv_ 6TATR t ....0.p Y w1dNh IYrtMeatu
1 ne UU. Apr.M If
Furniture Store Stuart,
f FARM FOR SALE on iiwsy; NOat Phone IXM June 17 N / i unds.J.Y

Comes. (9 (acres, :t house, UJ8T-Small black plastle bag, BARTL TT B OS 617 S. FEJJERAL: A y. TO Ct&DFFp91' A.D. 7ML JJ LCYA
In eseelleat eMdiUoa, with eontalnlng personal papers. ? ,,STUART, FLA. Shed. tw wd..q.M. s.1 pe r....prwo a.e M.br 0,0600M .... IC Ii'd'11YCIm.N

packing garage BOOM P. F., Adorns wash.. shed, Rcnand Finder please.Bas 111 contact, llobe Madame Sound 317 Oaceola ;?Ave. P\209 HENRY P. LYONS,. Co-Owner 1.-;=. =:-.:......u.airnO"'.:-= ::1 f Ca.R'O &luJw '

.. ., IOIIN00N AND
Bound Fla. Fbom.5711'/ UI Fla. REWARD. I..... 17 j "--t, .. I1. ,
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8. StAmmeU had CREENLEFS ENTERTAINFOR II llllllllllllllllinilMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' IIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIISOCIAL I tllBIUR; COMPANY MAN
11 Kennetll Friday and BatuaSIz FIVE COUPLES Mathers-Gould Wedding I5ULDIM' ) JJl'Nt.AI.OW

eI', 'pats Paul MaLhla and IOn, MX and Mr*. NEWS1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU1III : I
,. Joseph 8. Orten-
F B Williamson\ Jr., of the
tide, ot vero.TlIAJtT \lees entertain with three tablet Held in North CarolinaThe
GoudgS:-Whitehead Rubber Comp -
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of bridge June J. Guests were I I 4'11111111111111111111. I I IIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII rim, Trenton. N J.,, Is building
Mr and Mrs Curtis Whltlcar. ---- .
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W. E. Furlow ,P 11"-bedrQOhl 1 bunwalow on a >
and
Mr and Mra H. R. Lowery, Jr., 'Jean Saunders Mr. with Mrs daughter Kathryn marriage Of Miss Adele I The mother of the bride wore OU-II l frontage site facing St. i I
$ Mr. and Mra Herbert Bruner I of Orlando and baby Johnny, together Barbara Gould. daughter of Mrs.' a tailored dress of black silk LlIdt' Inlet at Tort Bewail next
ent( COMMISSION Mr. and Mrs C R. Aahiey and with Mrs Joe Lynn and daughter Nathaniel Eldredge Oould, and with black accessories and a corsage to i the! Maloney Estate ,
Mr. and Mn. Arthur Dehon. Is MarriedIn the late Mr Gould of Manteo, NC the
ott
Work has lust begun
Anita, spent the week end I of red roses. Due to Illness
Meeting; went to Mrs. ., to Alfred Lee Mathers, Jr :
Regular High core prize who la ? (ncrete block structure, with P
: Furlow
Mrs. Kate
Lowery and Whltlcar with eon of Mr and Mrs. Alfred Lee the parent of the groom were' Curtis: Whltlcar ol Port Bewail I
here at
M. the 'summer
8;00 P. I Indiantown spending Mathers of Stuart, took place at unable to attend. Dewey Michael supervising construction \' h ttd ,
2nd 4th 219 West 2nd-a-StMr I 11 ajn. June 4 In Manteo, at the' Hayman, nephew of the ..-. ." .,- "
GIVES home of the bride mother. The bride, was ring bearer J Jj
N : SSluart : and Mrs. Walter Castle' Doeskin originally the skin
WED City qY Robert William Perry Jr;; on ceremony was performed by the The bride '''mother entertained -1 ob-
I I Malarial I have arrived at Salerno on summer 01. the female deer- now
ill of Mr and Mrs R. W Perry of vacation to cruise to the Rev, D. W. Charlton, pastor of at a breakfast for the bridal from baby lambs
n a Chills Fever West Palm Beach,and Jean Mar- West Coast in their boat Miss I Mt Olivet Methodist Church, In party and their guest\ who Included I .
cells Saunders, daughter of Mr Toley a setting of lilies, white gladioli only the Immediate relative diJohns t
Lou, refitted by
W recently
come
'ublic Always RELIEFOur carnation,, ivy, fern and lighted
and Mrs Harold M. Baunder of Boat Yard i Of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. LOYAL ORDER OF n '
Indlantown, were\ married by the j... candle, Gordon Kellogg and William. MOOSE
---- --- ----+-- Rev C. H. Sfephenaon} of Indl Mn., Carl Roth left this week The wedding music was played White Tarkington. ''AIIT LOKC.K 1Mbj Outboard fotor* ,
antown in the lobby of the Seminole for Gainesville to attend summer by Mrs Victor Meekln and The bride was graduated from I j ft WeUNFSDAYa@Al ,ee P. M. BADE/ I t
Inn at 8 last night school. She was accompanied Mrs Harry Thomas, Prior to Peabody Conservatory of Music: ,, N and ONTNMDO.e "' :
+ She was attended by tier sis ,by :her daughter, Sara,' the 'ceremony Mr. Meekln Baltimore, and for several years I erne SALES & SfRVICE :,\ r
Machine Shop, ter, Winona. Saunders, and best who will\ take a course In chemistry played "Uebestraum" by Lists,I has been assistant cashier in the /. FLUkNA4 lHWAY 209 S. JKieHurricaife \
;
man was Cheater O'Neil of West and Mr*. Thomas sang "I Love Bank ot Manteo She Is retiring/: :
Palm Beach. ''The ceremony was, -a- Thee" by Oineg. During the( president of the Roanoke bland. ,
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is fully Eq ipped to handle any type of followed by a reception In the Mra! Mayme McMillan and ceremony "Vespandle' by, Cyril Music Club,'and active treasurer'l' Protection l y t
' Earn Machinery Inn, dining room after which) Miss Kate Graham of Jackson Scott was played, and the Mendelssohn of the American Red Cross/ and
. Bring
Work
Metal your the couple left for a honeymoon, Miss:, sister of Mr. E. J. Ricou Wedding I March fromA Infantile-Paralysis Drive j Jalousie a ,}
to UWe have a skilled opera trip to Key West. and aunts of Mra B. F Eckessarrived Midsummer Night. Dream" Mather received his ooucatlonl h t Ram and p t+
Repairs She was graduated from', Armstrong Monday for a week was used a* a recessional at the University of Miami and/: Metal Awnings ,r
tor in charge.,Mf it's made pf metal and Junior College in Savannah visit with Mrs Eckes The bride and groom were unattended served In the armed forces during Storm Shutters ii GlareYentSalion
Oa, and the Hospital for .- e'- and entered the room : World Wat II At presenthe Control
'. ned Machine Work, See ls. Women of Maryland In Baltimore Is In business In Stuart where jl
,. Mr, and Mrs. Frederick Bannock together. She wore a white gab Is .
I and hall been nursing In had as their week-end ardlne suit, an Adele Simpson the couple arrived this week w> ? 'w' Beauty
I West Palm Beach He.Is a graduate ftue't: Mrs Hancock brother, original with white accessories, make their 110me.Immediately .
, of Palm Beach High School following the A Lao) 1..4a, PrivacyW.
MARIN&SE Kenneth R. Krandall, accom- and her shoulder corsage was a
I: STUART VICE Inc. and served two yean In the CBI panied by his nephew, Gordon purple-throated white orchid. breakfast, the couple lift for -& I ,
Theater with the, Army Air Krandall, Jr. and Carlton Smithof Her only ornament was an antique wedding trip to the mountains NUTTER PRODUC S) CO. I
Forces:They will reside In West Wakefleld Mass Krandall gold necklace gift of the of North Carolina and Tennessee siuaar, FLORIDA A PHONE ass
Phone Palm Beach where he U Ii) business children-., Carol, Nancy and Bobby bridegroom. .._ ao" ass
t\ with Bin father [ are making their home with

the Hancock Mr and Mr. M. J Morrisonand Mrs Harry H Hlpson returned
RECEPTION PLANNED
daughters, Betty, Jane and Friday from Lakeland there she
I The Methodist Church U gte.tog Miss Joyce Harrell daughterof Nancy, are spending 10 days in was the guest of her father\ ,, Air. g 23 t-_
a reception in honor of theRev Mrs. Louise Harrell, left FrIday Hendersonvtlle, N C, with Mr. P R. McCrary, and her aunt, .
t and Mrs Wilfred 0. Al-1.I for Rozelle, N J, where she Morrison mother. Mr. Lena McCrary. Mm Hip-
Sailsport Restaurant drldge tomorrow at 1 p.m. In will be the guest of her rister -e- son also visited her aunt and The had .1 a d, ka e eel / I J
I the recreation room. The occasion and brother-in-law,Mr. and Mr Mr. and Mrs C E, Walker 602 uncle. Mr and Mrs.'H. E.. Shepherd be se his t I
Jail South Frazier Cr/ek Bridge On U. i|. 1 marks Mr Aldridge's return Richard I. Menzej, for aeveral Riverside Drive, had as week- In Lwsburg pwpatabta lr lid j pit
for fourth Members bl +Idlae our- / ,
Nark
a d.
year. NMI
weeks. ,
end guests Mrs. Walker's sister. Wendell D Waters left SundaYfor
Under New Ownership of the church and friendsare -e- Mrs. Stella Deese, her nephew Tallahassee to participate in mused k, lib eat ens. ll i '' 1 1AagbeM
BLANCHE! POLLACK invited.JOINT Mr, and Mr. Harris R Lowery and wife Mr and Mrs. Ouyman the production of a State music hwb.nd a IMhw.lB 't 0 1 1or
Invite Yw To Enjoy and Mrs Charles Robert have Deese and her niece, Mra Eldon education bulletin. He also will m,lei par aale.p ha la.l t 1 /
!MEETING SETTwo an their guests for two or three Orlswold, all of Miami. work on his Masters degree Mrs. M a. amine .I I buts.
Real Italiibn Spaghetti Joint meetings of the Re- weeks Mra Robert 'mother-In- I, Waters and her ion. Roger Dustin td
I bekahs and Odd follow will be and hersisterinlaw ,an iasark IMO. by n /1e
{ law, Mrs C. E. Roberts Lt. and Mr. M. R Cartwrlght; and daughter Nadine arc ,
NOW SERVING held at Woodman Hail Monday and husband, Mr.. Jr.. and son, Morgan 3rd and parents in Orlando phelkgn.e5. ,pui.s le eft 1. 1 / ,
I The first at 2 p.m will be followed and Mrs. Jqhn B. Clark of Atlanta Zan, of Albuquerque, N. M, arrive and tI'.Uhj. l Waters In Tallahaasee l I N pnNM a la 1.w I'
ALL MEALS \ A LA CARTE by decoration with flowers I this week to visit Mr. and late ,. Ta. h.ppln I of 1 s 1 S / I Iph.1
and flags of sisters and brothers'' -e- Mr. M R. Cartwrlgbt. En routeto ---- ---'-- -.- family n., depend ru+r ,
graves In Fern Hill and Wave. ,I Mr. and Mr, George Watkins Stuart they visited Mrs. Cart KILL ATHLETES FOOT anil mhl '
, REDUCED ICES I land Cemeteries. The Rcbekaru i and daughter:, George Ann, of wright, Jr:* mother, Mrs A. J. "TEOL BEST SELLER" .0 Mae t kt t d
will conduct a memorial emlce West Palm BeaVt were the week Sneed of Troy, Ala. .
REAL HOME COOKED MEkLS at 8 p.m. end guests of Mr. and Mr. William 'SAYS STUART DRUG. CO. Stuart Drug Co 4
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I' Berry. -a-- SOUTH CAROLINIAN NRAr'a, : v.u THN ae RaaakuN Coal's.The 1,e.rma.plr ,., 05 It :.7( THE RIXAli STORK" I I
MRS! SMITH: IS HOSTESS TLI'I nmt.inlitii ea p.n.nl' rah.hl. '
Three table of bridge were In pr: Harry H. Hipson and his HOOKS BIG SAILFISH NKTRATMI: ? ''' H."rAex.. ..,r ""0"Your PHONL II STUART H.A.
u. 1".k Imu .Oy d+nrelt' if "" 1
play Tuesday evening when Mrs son, Dale, returned today from II'I.UNItI JmUK \,
pk..I
E J Smith entertained at her Philadelphia where Dr. Hipson Big sallflsh are ranging the -,0- ,'
home, 3SS Alamanda Way. attended the 25th anniversary of I I Gulf Stream these June days ,
THE FACT I S EY6EN Z .E CTRIC Guest were Mr and Mra Curt i 11.11 class at the University of Topping a number of "above 8- }
Schroeder Mr and Mrs. James Pennsylvania foot catches made In the last f L
Brock, Mr and Mrs. James Herbert I -e- week was an 8 foot, 8-Inch satl- W-A T E R
I Bruner, Mrs Glen DeBerryMrs. ,,I The Rev Roy Sample ol I fish landed by Zack Culler of '
Charles Roberta, Miss Betty, Eastman. Ga., la retiring from North, 8 C.. while fishing with .
Smith Mr, and Mrs Joseph! ..' the ministry because of 1U Capt Eddie Engebretsen on the .rft.S,1Hard .., "
; McCoy and Mr and Mrs,,Charles: and July family Peter Pan Friday. d Corrosive "f.'t
.
Kindred Mrs, Bruner won high, wart move to Stuart 1. On the same trip Were Marry R I'
score \ *.... btt, Virginia and Blanche Ina. "a j '

-.:.,..... j 'K. S. Stlmmell returned today blnet of landed St. Mathews a 30.1b. S amberjackand C Virginia For Expert:\\dvice Consult: I .,
WINCERDS HAVE GlESTSThe 1 from a tour along the east coast. 1 '(
a I Rev, and Mr, Edward C, Enraute home from Philadelphia 25-lb. coblaCuller '
1 a Junior '* swill sh topped altsail KEITH C
U
the
Young are spending a. month at where he attended D. F/
Lake Chatauqua, M. Y.;'as guests! Chamber of Commerce con In the winter tournaments l
Of Mr and Mrs. Charles B. Wingerd -: vention, he vtolted his mother for the past several yeVrs, PORT P ICE, FLORIDA s
Dr, \Vlngerd formerly was I Mts Mary Stlmmel Newell\ In if.
pastor of the Stuart Presbyter Dawson, Pa., for a week. SERMON TOPICS GIVEN CO. 1
Ian Church and was Instrumental .: .na- The Rev. W. O Aldridge, pastor EAST COAST WA ER CONDITIONING 1i i
In securing the area: Mr and Mr,Albert M. Shrtg- of the Methodlat Church will t
where the netf church now la I ley and children. Bob, Julia Ann speak on "John at the 10:45: PHONE 884 or 532-W I
t q JHTN! o wJ NEB being built. The Youngs recently and Albert, Jr. left Tuesday for am service Sunday and on"James' SOUTH. "h ST. 1'1-
I entertained at dinner in Culloden Oa, where they are at the ( p.m. service at L '

LOCKER, NEW WAfr BULB I nearby Jamestown on Dr. 'Wln- the guest of "Mr*. Shrlgley the church. __ I _II I
gerd's 70th .birthday and later parent' Mr, and Mr*. R. Ruth- '
|DEVELOPED GENERAL ELEt RiC U TING I, on the 64th wedding annlversary iribrd: From there they planto
PRESSURES OF* DEN of the Youngs motor to Coshocton Ohio, to ,
(EXPERTS wiu. WITHSTAND

(EME4 PINING rrstAys smaD< TfOKETl N'N! I BEACH PARTX PLANNEDThe visit friends. I Attention Mart in County' J JI.

St. Joseph's Ladles Society Artfclr MiXKUGf.l L. 0.".... .l..<:.ATIO'Jm., .. Ikk
I has scheduled a beach 0. s.ML BtMrtHOUSE, .--? ,
r-o- PI'CivA7 R M party at Jensen Beach for children .
I .
Saturday, and adults wishing
B E I to attend are asked'to bringa I I
FOR' covered dish and meet at the Mondath June 21 i

SPECIAL PARTMIN ''.church at 10 am Opening

G-E E LUX I.
McQtIADES 1'0 CONVENTIONMr
lit P / ItEFRiGE TORS PSI and MM O D Mcquade. l
-_$ I proprietor of the Stuart Hotel
Too A -ANC ERr' who have been visiting In Con STUART'SWASHOMAfLAUNDRY jJEW
necticut\ for the past three'weeks.
CPTHEEXTRAS OJEHT U4 wlU attend the supreme con- I i

IN < EPRODU TS. vention of United Commercial
Traveler In Columbus June 24- l
I 28 They are expected back In PLANTS
I time to report on the sessionsat )

20 -YEAR .. I the Stua-t Chapters*' next forMODERN
meeting June 29.

VETERANS ::. Mrs. Lloyd C.Travis chairman R00MS

$ ; of Red Cross volunteer services, Or..d psi.,IbN Y N.M... / BUILDING
.A.lMPMOTORS ON { announced today that volunteer eM ...1 I. 5.1.1. II b. a ..wMy IN THE NEW ARTHU DEHON } 1
.
6IACONE BROTHERS' ,/ y are needed in the production er Y..n .I.k. 1
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workroom to sew articles to be ,lulu l.e IN1""W 1 eb pt.d
CAUfORNIA FARM I I used In veterans hospital The ...d.rl.e 4.1.IN.. 'a M eta .

F E GIVEN( to YEARS' first articles to be made are M Maer. r '

STEADY seRVICE. A- a. .',. The bathrobes workroom and II 1 babies'open layettes from Sam BIRD THIS: IS AModern (

to .4 p.m. daily except Saturday :
.
You conflict m \ -- o ** S
b can put your Mr*. Beverly Pitchford Miller FLOWE : Servke Laundry

GENERALELECTIIU and, her( mother-in-law Mrs New SUaNsTON H EL
Mary Miller of Atlanta pent Paw aw Pre P P. 1
last week la Miami' and visiting

-*-.Ike--ins:.. W-M. SW...NIC-Ntwvk-'--Alaaday M.. Ceae N I relative-in-Jensen'-' Beach------ WITH 10. NEW BENDIX A T9 fATIC WASHERS. ''t ''r'rt




| WE NATE, SQUEAKY CAWIlLEy Bring Your Clothes l Us. We Wash t 4 I ,



r WAR 0RATrLES't. SQUEAKS AND BUMPS. Them for You. No Fu s. No Muss. No 1

TrcHT4N UP'YOUR CAR FOR SMOOTH I '
LET US Your Part
Labor on .

RIDING. And So Economical! 1


M6TOR CO.

RUSS WILEY Sales l and Service, Mgr RAY HEISLEY Manager -
ARTHUR AUSBORN. Owner. { Phone 29}!'

North\J>deral Highway



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SI19111 .lI1d ",da, \, '"r ;min Germany during medieval Palm City News 1 Norri Cossaboom, E. B. Stossel, Ohio, where !they expect to spend Word ha been received from Gamete Seminar, .,
.nl'I,,ail II "II, ?I ,?''I, ,i II,111d i> time Chester Crews 8. E. Long, Henry the summer at his mother's Mr and Mr* Van Ness and that expect they with NorthwISte1'lCfth'
'-' -- -- home.. are now ,In Chicago
4 Friable, C.A. Petty V. V. Worth- The Ret. a ,
leave this week: for Detroit. 19drtq,,
am H. A. Budholf H. Mrs. George Smith Mrs. Von to returned from trim N. H.,. Has mT
J. E. Lowers Celebrate A. Sudholf Jr., Dick Bud- Maude and Tl1ey recently ,
Jourdan Buddlngton
ST. LUCIE BAR & GRILL"Stuart's I hoff, Edward J. Shifter, Cyrus R Dorothy, Penfam were In Jacksonville Evatvrton, IlL, when their IOn. recently! spent! .
Churchill, receivod the ,. 1
L. I. Simmons Thursday the Rev. Ralph hospital M. ''".
\
Howey Ralph Mallory Wednesday and I
i iii FavoriWi Taproom"vr. 50th his final ordination In the X-rays dut i 1\1 i ",,", (
Wedding AnniversaryBy Parker T. Simmons C. F last week to take the Suite 1 iI'atl
,
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HI!. NUMB ju*::; rUIi.V HI niKf n IKOMMIAMI WITH SOMC BARGAINS. ro* Patterson R. F. Wortham, S. a board examination foes practical Methodist denomination from, and the also title each HeU-ag,.. l rtku!

'" PINt"GIN" .a ... MRS ANNA B. DAY Crew,C. E.Felnauer and Oeorg nurses. received his degree week.

PAGE *TH GIN I a,1 Cross"' Mr. A. 8. Blair, Mrs. Wilson A. Smith. Another meeting will
(TH IMPORTED! PAR! u. On*'of the must delightful oc McClure, Mr*. Alice Bentel be held tomorrow at 7 p.m. on -
CLIO 1 ntl 1MPOHTED.. STU-RRVl. 1.r1'' maione'ot the season was ,the Mrs. i. (J. Anthony, Jr., Mrs the.Hlgbee and Wortham prop
nit CKCME; : 0EMfMl([ '1.U '
Marlon B. Flak, Mrs. Robert T. erties. All men residing in Palm
STH IMI-OHTtn llUM ...fItwl.W golden wedding anniversary June CENTRAL MARKE
City are Invited to attend.Mr.
LOW paver!: OH BON Kl3STH 9 of Mr. and Mrs. '3. B. towerof Jaokaon, Mrs William J. Kty- \
X *' ; 3M II)IH .PO0 \\Jr.T ,,si as, beer, Elsie and Billy Heyboer,: and Mrs. R P. Wortham
't "The CetV i and Bob" Phone 9133 Palm,City. Open house was Clair sad Clyde Coutant:: and i and son, Bobby Idles Ada LeeMoore THE MOST COMPLETE MEAT
palm held both Afternoon and evening Miss Anne Plttman and tier and V. V. Wortham, Jr.,
WHOLESALE
., I 'and many friends availed\ friend>E from Osorgla., spent Saturday In West palm RETAIL A PRODUCE and GROCERIES
--'- "' ,
With ? .. themselves\ of ,the opportunity to) From Palm City: Mr, >Eliza Beach,
aiblyt .- congratulate the bride and groom beth Vents" ,Mrs. Emma D.Petty I Mr. and M... A. H. Buraoni BcJ M.IN ,COURTEOUS$ SE VICE: ..
,J' SALES See U. For ol fO years. The house was taste Mrs. Allen Burrell Mrs Lena attended the wedding 'of Miss .. ..
fully decorated with golden 1 THE PALM BEACHES CONVENIENTLY
i' Potty Felgel, Earl Mattel Mr: Virginia Sullivan and Fred S. t LOCV
& Rep.w.anSERVICE marigolds, gifts of friends Punch and Mrs Henry Crews, Mr. and Thomas At the Sacred Heart 417 OKfECHOfCE ROAD 2nd.n4 Akron } )tan,,
and a beautiful wedding cakedceoraed I j Mrs M. M. Baker Mr. and Mrs Church In Lake Worth Sunday '
17'g' hl Part } In gold were served I. A.: Csekey, Miss Martha Louise and also the reception which PHONE /38SI .....
The latter was a\ gift from the Csekey Mr. Julia Lane Miss was given afterward to the ----r -
? women's Missionary Society of Mary Darllne 'Lane and Mrs Woman' Club at Boynton. :ML*
ARNOLD/BAUER the Baptist Church of Stuart. Norris W. Cossaboom.. Out-of- Sullivan the daughter of Mayor
Many greetings from friends town guests: Mrs H. W Munch and Era Paul Dunbar of ;

3 St. Lucia Boulevard / Phone 142-W were.received and the following; and Mrs C. H. Munch Jensen Lantana, friends of the Bursonls. lemember Dad with a Ref Home-Cooked'
t were present: Beach; Mrs J, W. Lee and Mrs;; Mrs. P;. M. Hlgbee and daughter -

... -.-. .. From-- ) .Stuart- --; -Mrs. ;--Ronnie' -" W. B. Ooodrlch, Waycross.. Ga.. Betty, and Mrs.. A. H. Bur- On Father's Day, New/ Sunday, June 20
f and Mrs. Cora Wilkes and Billy. sonl spenV Monday In Went Palm
'ffit Wilkes. Miami. Beach. SPECIALS FOR FRI, an* SAT.. JUNE 18.19
:
Shirley Jean Hlgbee returned
I 1 "{. home Saturday morning from A special meeting of the Palm GROCERY MARKETS
,
Demonstration.Clubwis
Home
St. Mary' Hospital ;where she City
:
held yesterday at the homeof ROLLED RIB
was taken Friday to> have a CANADA DRY GINGER
f nlrkel from her throat. Mrs Pauline Crews with.covaceddleh
t She had removed swallowed the coin and luncheon at noon. 2 3 BEEF ROAST 69c
the afternoon was ILL *
',' It.had lodged In her throat. Dr. Study during carton*
;
\ .J. O Parker made'X-rays of on"How:to Alter Pattern. The plus oeit
next regular meeting will be at SLICED
Shirley at Martin County Hospital
and' then called a throat the palm City Church At) 2 p.mi; I f\CTORY PACKED
i specialist. Dr. Staten "of West July 6. BACON 59c
I A card party for the benefit SDGAR 5 b& 3c'TETL'Y ?
.
\ s YDO FR EI1DL AIJ. Palm Beach, to perform! the.: ex of the Palm City Woman's Club

,. AT P inaction will be held Monday at 7:30: p.m.at BEEF
., P,I. .du,. A a P M..p. I. ifhtr l w.t..tw .A of men gathered at the home of Mrs Mable
., the Sailfish Lodge Friday night f

,1 I Y r. h.r. cal .PS. "M..f. Wwb; LIVER 53c
\i' I,,,,, .,.k ,", ,d. ., Mitsn. M m.h., .p th.1 ta..h.lvs s.t him eI 7... A a pI. I ror a frankfurter roast and so. Srews. TEA OS C .,
,
I. + a. kd rdh t5.,1 .you 4.i,, Ii. I. ,r.p..ibl. la 11. .pt, .wr/.w. ..rule Next Thursday the regular
,,,, ,.,., vial hour during which plans
,.. ,. .
v u yl d h. n. the U .1p l.lp ya lee .d nt4 M odwa.v Palm Woman's '
,..., "M."err, W.k, ,. h,. ...A and ,..r ...l, .r. I .t.nn, hop I1.d v.1. to d. M ,r..d, 1 were< discussed for organizing a meeting of the City PRIDE 'OZARK TURN CENTER CUT PORK
at Palm
Club JwRI be held
Palm city Mens Club. Among
JANE PAKKLR I (those )>I't'sentlere Paul De- City Church from 11 am. to 4 GREE 2ean,2 CHOPS 69c
PtC..N. VANILLA ANN villbls Ed Hlgbee, Henry Crews, p.m. with covered-dish luncheonat ,b. _
noon. Sewing will be done
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CREME < .01..) LAYER during the afternoon,
CAK CREAMY RICH Herbert Sudhoff Jr., returnedto ANTHONY'S I; INOMY MARKET
.. I the University of:Florida Sun-
24-oz. 59c SALADDRESSING 'i? day fur the summer session after 30030:AkRO AYE. V STUART, FLA.
i vacation here with his parents. YOUR FRIENi .Y SEMI-SELf SER% E GROCERY AND MARKET
ANN PAGt&; PfU i PARED } STUART 1.1 Richard Sudhoff left .June 9 i PHONE 143 FOR F p DELIVERY
fP' for San Francisco where: he will
SPA: HETTI I lam
Pf.: 37c A SINCE
start on a summer Pacific cruiseof
With Tomato Cheese \
Sauce and
1 midshipmen Jn the Navy Reserve
1912
i ij 67
iI I, 2 15 Vox.cans .23c', c. part o( a Navy,of fleer's
Robert J. Peck training aasmnaanhrrsatL..a afaktorti
I
I
;, Manaaet Mrs. Dorothy Hammdnd and ,,.., ?
CHOOSE: A & PER, SH t Mre Winifred Langford; who arrived R
FRUl'io i and VEGE ABLES I Start We from Tltusvllle! last week -

ALi: ,, DRIED AND .I COZEN Fla, SpecializeRentals at the Hodapp home, left for if t
West Palm Beach :3'hursdaywhere
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FULL. k>UD .D they visited! friends and a QaA O ,
as
Ann Page Grape went sightseeing. On Monday

j{ I : LIMA A BEANS- 2 ,,. 3I- r Jam, 21b."jar- ,39c.... they they left are there also visiting for Miami friends.where I ; t TO'' YOUR p R ,

: ICEBERG: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hodapp
Ii\irm
t; Ann Page Apricot For tlon
.
spending a week's vacation
are
LETTUCE L 2 heath 23C Preaervea,2lb. jar 43cSunnybroolt REAL ESTAT\-INSURANCE' In South Carolina visiting Mrs. LOOK N YOUR, MAILBOX FOR

_,. _. '
Write See Hodapp's parents. PROCTOR GAMBLE CQUPONS MON \Y" %
U. S S. N'J. t rtfcW WH '(:! s.--- --4f Butter, Ib. .e.am7'.87c JOHN E/TAYLOR been Ill for sometime; expectsto BRING TIM Tp US ', ::1
{ POTATOES T ID Osceola I Phone go soon to her home'In New
Bldf. l.U
. f :4I ti _.______ FLAVOR Jersey to spend the summer and Flavors I r J
RI.J : TESTED STUAtTfc on July 17 to celebrate her 90th AH *. White House A*>le
II'( '1-p" SEI.ECTI'i), IIRM' Our Own Nectar M..b.e M..tle C 'H? Clol.I birthday with her 'Children:: Her
,I C C.r ra JELLO! J5 JUICE tl"
TOMATOES Iba Tea Tea son the, LeRoy will accompany heron 5&C tAILs
trip. _
( ___ rtn. .... : .. LB. PKG. 89c 'lB.PKC.99C, : I Mr. and Mrs. C Wesley Voltz I whbrflp
J SULTANA MEDIUM Sf'lE DRIED Both Delicious IcedPRUUES and children Kenney and Doris Hill BrotherCOFFEE *

pound -- SEA arrived Monday morning from 2tI
3 31 Baker's Milk and Peanut olcroft, near Philadelphia 'fora 4 1 .

I ..carton. .::i.-------; : :;......._ large bars HORSETACKLE vacation here at the home of _

'J MBO DNIF'D! Chocolate '... .__ 35c Voltz.his parents. Mr- and Mrs. C. H. Georgia Large allow, MeatyCANTELOllSES ,
C UR3E ill
,PEACHES 1 Mr. and Mrs Frank Blackston
r lona 2 No. 2
pound (, cans had as thelt guest recently 2 9c wdhcoups
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.25c COMPAN James Wynn and Mr. and Mrs
SEEDLESS::
....._ _.- .James Walker of Clewlston and
RAISINS D 15'0 l--I Ion a Large, Sweet Closed Miss Josephine Daniel I I and Snowdrift 2 !f

I )t?4 a .111' Peas, No. 2 can lOc brother Max Moeller, of MiamI. *
,\ All D.yj Mrs. Earl Boles and two children SHORTENINf\3 3 1. 9

\11 -' ANN PAGE n.... ... Jt o,.. ote.. 0.r.. of West Palm Beach are IAXDt
"N. SUPER RIGHT i .. s r. M. I. i.d e.. .y 5.u.s visiting! this week at the homeof ---- -
BEANS B Mr. and Mrs.. Clarence Fein Church's Naturally Svet wah
I MEATS Rod and Jeel Repairing auer. \

.: With Pork and Tomato Sauce No Delay i Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Boark of BJAPEJWCEJ5.Miracle ..e 3 cn
,i 1 lb. It's Your Best Buy Today Because You ''rompt Service Roselle N. J., spent Friday and I 1 f
$ 2 2 5 5c Saturday the home of Mr, and
cane. Just Can't Beat SUPER RIGHT MEATS Mr*. George Smith. It 1 It their Whip SaladDRESSING
PETER PAN' -- We Sell %arts for All first trip to Florida: and they are ""
,I for fine eating and fine -alue. ate. RO EXTRA toSi
touring the State
Make of ReelsHarry by traveling as

I 1 Peanut- Butter." -, -t2-oz.- .- .-.........jar...... -33ARMOURS --. --- down the.east coast and return. pint e"
\ SUPER RIGHT BEEF Ing along the west coast. Theirhome .L y_._ 2651 m
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I S giehurst II I near the home of Mr. OaUhill, Cut Green, String fu -O
Feet l 45 Y
Pig 14-oz.jar .
''j'' ._ __ < 'CHOCK{ ROAST 69c Ow r and Mrs. Smith' daughter MIr-. cA
lb. iam. 2
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Old Dixie ftghwayNear 2 ;
2JT o 27i
Cleanser 14-oz. Mr. and Mrs. Oene Thompsonand BEANS
l ___ E---E! TENDERED SHANKLESS-- Jensen Jtch daughter, Donna, are leav- M.abt- EXTRA OCTAGON I. tog this week for Cincinnati, Nabisco MO

OCTAGON Soap Flukes, Irge. pkg.! ._.__33c._ 'ICNICS ,Ib __47c RITZ i 27c/JOICE/ Grapefruit x r. Si RY a,I,,i P 1

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Soap Powder, giant. size 22e F\ SH OOS-r COUNTYWITH 6-bottle Z ottlea I {

Lux Flakes, Irge pkg.:. .... --33 A
P BUTTS K Cartons In All
54c
RINSE'EM WHITE WITH ,, omplete Dairy Line 2 GKNGEAlALE Save all you'toa

Rinso, lrge pkg. ... ...__. ..33c Deliveries In Jensen RedeemwholtliSUPERI0R (
CREA E11'COTTAGE c plus deposit
Lifebouy Soap, bar ., ... ...... .9c ",1 Beach on Tuesdays,

t.1 I Swan NABISCO Soap- 're'g-bar- +: .......... -lOc- CHEKE E n. _. _21 C .Lursday* and Saturdays. ,_ I QUALITY VWlSTERN MEATS __

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Salerno News next week In Tallahassee taking; ter, Mrs. E.: J. Cook, and ttfltltltftttllllflltltllHllH/llHfttHlittHt I
e course In P-TA work. drert who.. have been thU-j Obituariesiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiuiiiimmiiiiiiiuiii VACATION TIME IS SHOW TIME ATStuart'
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t6N{ to se Mr and Mrs Tom Stevenson the John Lukert home left ;
uY of Miami Beach and New York day for Chicago I I I I I I I I l l I I I I I I I I l l I I l l I I I I I I I Theatre 'i
ba'I G REVIVALMEETWILL spent three days this week here Miss I *
Edith and
visiting John D, Stevenson and Hlghtower ttEa at ayFIo for I MRS EDA S. BIERCEMrs LYRIC
WhI family at the home of Mr. /and I Knoxvllle/ Term. where; Edith i Eda Benson Blerce, 60,
hs BEGIN Mrs O O. Qulgley will attend summer school nationally-known artist and an
bvq Those of Salerno who graduated Mr and Mrs W D, Blanton' active member of the art,. exhibitcommute
:!this year from Martin County -l l.n returned of the Fine Arts Guild TODAY (Thursday) ONLY
daughters home
SUNDAY AT 7:30 High School are .Jane Baldwin, Saturday after a week in other here, died suddenly on the trainrIdwe I' Sugar 'N Spice and Everything Nice In A Groovy '
: Donald Terry, Sam E. Whittle,1 points of Florida'with"'relatives' enroute to)John Hopkins I' Movie Tbat' All Love,and A Smile Widet '
Mildred Allman and Wilma Simmons Hospital In Baltimore. She left I
Their daughter, who
Margaret Buy On t M
Stuart Saturday and was,removed -
SOM ING' TO USE f By MRS, O D QUIGLEY Mrs Cora Belle Wilson and Just graduated them from home fSU. the accornpanled from the train In Bredrlcksburg 1 'IWf""I IIfOO jffi tiffi.Adult Ticket i"
for
n aSel A revival! meeting will begin at son,Billy,left Satunday for their summer, Va Burial will be In 15, 1 I' r. for SOe and

ted by Man fora Man rIs the Southern Methodist Churns here home In with Haines,her City mother after,spend Mrs Mr, and Mrs, P i, Scotten and New MUford. Conn. Sunday afternoon -I .. laseeB' 'Angther Cet u" I r t

Sunday evening !fat 7:30 and each Martha Whittle. daughters, Joan and Cassia Mae. She and, Mr. Bletce came to '*
of Quality evening thereafter at 7,:10 loran Jack arrived home Sunday after 10 SALE J'*I SwAdult Ticket u,
Mr and Mrs Thompsonand Stuart about eight months ago NU110M'R ErNOIOS ,
Indefinite time. The Rev days in Wabash Ind. with cotten'a nfy ;
I family left June 8 for their and were building a home in ---* 10
Fishing lc James C Zuch Of Hobe Sound 1 home In Haines City after spenr mother, North Stuart He left Monday. 1 It
will have charge of the service. fog the winter here, Thompson Mr1 and' Mrs Dormlny Me- for New MUford She was born AddedJLeon Err omedy "Hired'Hl1mh.nd. Sport
Guns and A nitionColeman Sam Whittle left Sunday for:Js superintendent: of Sundlse Products Thereon announce the birth.of a' In Brooklyn March. 23, 1898 and Short Ski Champ If,!Novelty! _"Screen.Snapshots"
41t Miami to enlist la the Army Air, Inc here son June 8 in Martin County 1s survived by her husband and
\trot Lanterns Forces Mrs Josephine Putnam, of Hospital. named Leonard Dorm a brother Joseph Spoth of Connecticut ----
Gordon Terry and Orrin Sword Hempstead, N. H, Is here visiting lny, !.
of the high:school Future Farm. ,her mother, ,Mrs Josie FRIDAY and ATURDAY
Be Sure It's A' Gift That A Man Will/Appreciate- era of America chapter left Tuesday BroWn I I GIANT DOUB EATURE
lo _spend week In Gainesville Mrs 0 A,Johnson and daugh-1 SEE: k" er
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Hardware Co. In Miss nurses Marcia training McPherson In the who Riverside / Is- The Spectacle of 1,000 AAatie Abatements)
Stuart I Hospital In Jacksonville! I TEN 4-H ClQB B j 1 -, Scores of Lovely Pearl Diving' Cutiesl u t.
spent a few days I last week here I r&/& : Slaves to A Hideous Idol! .V Astounding I
Phase 108 Drew Kin Bernard Cokerluart I with her parents, Mr and Mrs 1 ysleries of the Temple of Ta V>o! Tarzan ,.i g,
Dormlny McPherson. GIRLS ATTEND ,,1 In An Undersea Death-BattI $ F rida ) Jesse Quigley, will leave Sunda 1UME20tM P Octopus! "Never Before TirilU!" 1 1 "
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.Mrs, Harvey! Homlarwill, .spend! I SHORT COURSE j lJ ; PLUS ; 01\1\ ;, :

NEw cRlsa45Ef II, ''l''t' ''

_-_ Meet Me'' At I r {i I : i
rA Ig10t I ?. Nearly SOO 4 H club girls ages I JWM 71N4lINd !
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WHY( NOT K'INDREDS 13-20, from 42 counties received JawY.rr, 6.III .1
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week of Instruction recreation
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DEFY THE( Knap w C and Inspiration at the 33rd annual -i Gifts 'to se Dad ,
'I State 4-H glrlishort course I II "
UMMER'S' CELERY ,8 8 at Florida State University last' I' 'it
I .,, I week ; Watches \ ,

Jd NEAT( I Fre.h 4 ;; I I' Assembly the speaker girls this who year,addressed Included --j Billfolds : : II
.17BE.VERAGES'
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WITH Dr Doak 8 Campbell '1 .
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1 CORNetor I FSU president; H. O Clayton,I Watch : ,
ManLO -- -- director of the State Agricultural Pen and Pen l Sets '
I ,Extension: Service, and Dr. ". ;'j
> Margaret R Sandels, FSU dean I II Pen Knives J!' '!I''
R I poTATOES:: 47' sn[
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EET'' I Demon-stration I ){it'
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-. / I Miracle :> I ALSOt Chaplfr No 2-Serial...:..."Jungle Girl"r :'
'[the course. StuartJewelersARTHUDEHON (Kiddies Brml Your Kiddie Jungle Club Card!)
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ALL FLAVORS J :. .._.- G L 6V 1 1 Courses were given throughout :, "
i _WhiPt the week in gardening, poultry "t
Otal.Or.nl. food and nutrition, home I SATURDAY MORNING 10 A M. ONLY J.
Pure Food Tomato :I Improvement, home safety;1 BLDG, All CART ON and COMEDY SHOW!

. Juice, 2 46-02. cans_ .:;.:;... *.._ .29,<| Juice! 3 N.!> .2 ...:.. .25c. clothing health, music recrea- 2 Full llourt of Fun and Music- 2 ;
tion, pefsonal Improvement antI :
Beechnut
Ifs Better With '

Style Sunshine Cookies Nobility, English 1 Ib. box,':, .._..47| Coffee, 1 lb. can Sic I t Instruction.H club work., other Aside activities from this included LITTLE LULU POPEYE MIGHTY MOUSEEdgar ; I'
--- -- -.- Ke nedy and Other Favoritesu }i""I'
Comstock trip to Waukulla
Clicquot Club> (pUs; depot ) '11 Love ItI! i "
I Springs with picnic lunch and '
Ginger Ale, 2 bottles-'. c Pie Apples!...2. No. 2 cans; .:;:29c I swimming, a tour of historic: 1 I I ADMISSION I ALL SEATS 25c "
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Then 1 bottle: .. ..... ;.Ic. Canada Dry Ginger Ale Tallahassee tea, a and formal the and traditional an informal -1 Children Slunts Adults Inc. Tax.) ,'I

Georgia Red -- :---- -- 6 7oz. bottles ...... .... ._ ..25c I candle-lighting service which ..at ,Your \ .
THEN was held on the last night I
\ Tomatoes_ -- 2 No..----2:--cans_. 25c A 6 7.oz. b. ., 5c (plus I dejiosit) ,I Music and singing was Inter :- 1
; -- '- d- I spersed throughout the week and DRUG SUNDAY ,
Purewhite Flakes STOKE Ind MONDAY
Soap SwIft'p..e.n;;; Corned T was thoroughly enjoyed by the
,Chiffon';pkg ,35c Beef Hash, 1 ,27c girls i Bring Pad to the Movie on Father's Day* Sunday, \,
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June 20th To Sea the Short of the Year. ;
Ready to Eat RathiB Roll' -- -rKINDRED5 I The 16th. annual State dress FAMOUS'KIRSTEN' \ather I :
revue! featured", 111 girls from SO I "A REALLY IMP TANT PERSON"ohn 'L' I It u
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HAMS 1': !: .j57c C counties who' modeled dresses! PIPES Nesbitt Passing Parade
.\ r2> ; SAUSAGE Jb.-, 45BACOJf und other garments; they had s
"- ;:made In their 4-H clothing and AND KIRSTEN CIGARETT\ HOLDERS .
?noked C I'sewing projects Lavonne Goode, You'II Rive and You'll Roa hen We Open the Door
Hickory '
NECK BONES lb. 19' { 49 13:of the Indiantown 4-H Club, CIGARS, TOBACCOS, CIC\RETTES For the Hit With the 0 Kisses and A Laugh 1 1I
I. entered the State dresS revue For Eve One!
h front Martin County. She modeled A 5 Year Sta Sensation) I
(I a school dress which she had t

pail I 5UP t RtTT tItrii I,made The herself 10 girls ,attending the MEN'S SE' 4 "$par4clii! rthCOMED ndf O'' NE!

! course from Martin County were
i I Billie Jean Brown, Faye and Sue ._ By,COURTLEY, OLD SP E ,
ii. RowelU Donna Brown' and La- iI I /r 1 ll't 'i'I
SHAVING BRUSHE
vonne Goode of Indiantown; Patricia "
Dickey, palm City; Isabel ,, I''
iZE y.l w ...a. Mathers and Betty and Florence RONSON LJGH1
OIl Meggett of Stuart; Joan Saun- MEN'S BILLFOL :
1 derson of Salerno and Mrs RICh- W 1
ard a Wallace, leader, Palm COMB ,AND BRUSI/ SETS With !w ,;I '
City Miss Luclle Inscoe, Home, I '
::1Z I Demonstration Agent, accompanied SHEAFFER'S PEN AND ENCL! SETS EVE ARDEN W YNE MORRIS I

V the girls. CAMERAS AN/ FILM "FOX WS '* ,I 1'1' <
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on 'Q fhu I f nearing A 35 by completion 75-ft, bath at house Ocean Is STUM J MM) mi}?. Closing Sunday: *Only t 10..P. Alter H-FREE the Firat Ice Show Cream and Soda Until or I', ..:
Breeze Camp. It will house 12 ,
I F&her Attending Father's Day I. ; ,\
) ON washtubs, 10 washing machines "THE REX ILL STORE" e Sunday to Every '
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16 toilets and 18 showers. In ad- PHONE 11 STUART FLAesday I '
'dltlon to \ facilities at '
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W Close We Afternoon.Wi&

";";; Father's Day/ June 20With I'I Jensen COU't. Beach' largest trailer____ -- I t.

,III, I Tuesday and We esday. June 22 23 t

II'I A Selection% From Ou / Nationally Advertised J II ..' ''. I' SCOOP!

I ; : ; : Extra Special 1 1w
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Lines of Men's Wring Apparel M Fillian.'aF..telt ,
NEXT SUNDAY
:; ,-I-' '' Fracas
thi f 1usin1
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M III Interwoven, Socks Hickok Belts, j JUNE 20 ;: tarsiMss a5urased Tony ZALE I h
Pioneer Belts/ # r ;s4 v..
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Hickok, Wallets#. i IS Sportlight and NeMiddleweig Rocky CRAZIANO i I

I "f Shoes for Formal and I Championship I''
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Sport and Dress;Shirts Wear I ff' FATHER'Sr' FIGHT ICTURES ''t,

mil b Sports a by I i !tJ \. ;": ; 17 Minutes of A ion-Packed Thrills) fCOMMI f

sit Manhattan and Wings Jarman City Club and j :.; ; ; ;,:rt!,; 'I';' !,: .t DAY ----- '
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Hundreds of Gifts for HIM
lc Catalina. Jantzen and II Slacks by >

Manhattan Swim Wear Cross Country and Digby ITS
.Fishing Tackle: Rods, Reels, Lures Lines I

Samsonite Luggage in Sporting) Goods ,,. Tackle' Boxes. 0 board Motors
, single nieces and sets STORY '
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I / t Tools ... Pocket 'KnivesBESS' l .I

Chesterfield Itatsi Give Dad a Gift Certificate entitling; 'Mb to WILL l''
4I I make his own selection. \ Y We'll Help Select the, Gift to Pleat Him. RING ,
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FACE SIX THE STUART NEWS, STUART' MARTIN COUNTY, '1.O81O.TRt'RSDAY., JUNK I', Is

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New Fishing I DODGERS WIN PAIR, JUNIOR BALL HOW LOUIS AND. ,--WALCOTT' COMPA! ,
CAME 800YMEETINGS LOSS '
,,2 Stuart Plays WPB I SNAP STREAK LOUIS VAL )

Permits Sale I Pitchers tTecll Jackson and cq\\
t on SET Monle Preston snapped' the Stuart SLATE DRAWNA bii4i
Here 3 UI t
I Sunday at Dodgers< out of their flve- d I,
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Fishing licpTiMsor 104R-49 111ths't'fIJll'eommenda(\ :: I game lonlnx streak with a re- '
rtl went on sale 1'rldd.v in (the tfti< r& ; MOundIng bung Sunday and Monday for the \
schedule
of County Judge Arthur 'It ,, (lorn (II nun spoilsmen organ\ i I as they burled the Dodgers A ', -.
PAGE clouts Who\ pola'led out !that i lie .'luIIO'1:11lllluhoUl' : \ 'lorlda wUl Two-gamo tinning Streaks will collide on the East : to .B twin conquest of the Miami Junior baseball team sponsoredby I I Al 1nIM' .UMby. orb 1t \
t new permHs do not *>i'<'ume v.UU .31, \toot!<'Wt'lllv, i Sluts Game and \ rilh( Si duunond at P, m. Sunday when the Stuart Sail. Blue Sox and Albany flat) Red, Harold Johns Post 63, American l
CLID UntIl July 1 I. Six of the lit'PIIM.,:A n'.li Water, Full Commission\ II fWteri' and West Palm Beach meet to initiate the second j Socks. both of whom. bad' beaten Legion was announced by ,
'Y ';k' had been "wild' through Mtiuday. wlitN tin,' li',<'.man board merits halt of the.South Florida Coast-Glades League teason.Botfi Stuart previously. I program chairman T. /. F Ken- j
A T Judge Clouts reminded freshWater i here Monday tp fix dates andikgulptJutw team have won their Jackson limited Miami to four I will start
'\ a ftiiftlfirs: that all I persons \ rut, the 1948-48 Jiunt- taut two starts Stuart stomped J-----------.1\ \ hits Sunday an the Dodeert jiedy this week Play with Pahokc -
f A IS" between the ague of IS l and J tnn&tish ing I : IIC/OII.!/ During' ; the last two Boynton Beach And Clewlston: to romped to an 11-I- victory sni! Monday afternoon In a/ate kKAN brIan
/ iP n l d J, .lUi rod sad taelhr. I weeks wildlife officer and com-, take over the \top. spot In the Preston stifled Albany as Stuart 1 I here and close July U I, ,
PabnWIth1 nab outside their home .-entity iwta tort oIlK'ioli. have met kith final first. halt standings and offlren of the Martin County won nfcaln Monday ft-S The triumphs Pahokee Istdln 1AtkwYAi
i .,vfacUlt j 5 are reaulwd Mae a Ndeute.:[outdoor groups to Mare than'' a! West. .Palm Is on comeback; after Red and Gun Club will be bold\ were Stuart's seventh and Ifennedy'sald about 31 boys
t 9 21'' Oul o(of-tatfi AsIWtsen 1Rpet ;se4wa( of contra 1 in an effort to i loving Us first wen games j at the court: house at I pin, to eighth' of the spring in II starts, I ore signed up for the activity
slbly ; t', t"i, haw a wcfWtense (( Itpn-spJdeitt'k' j: rt ui afar a6 ottture of tats of the yenr Elulld y'a visitor morrow. Business to be dla- Another Miami i aggregation which' will be coached Charles\ ,
; r' eN ,, 11: ol1Q1UI1UnlMloll\ cussed) will cover ottnlng 01 a Kindred, Joe McCoy, Forrest'
.j I II'! ',' > j,mmpnti | proved wu sh enough for Stuart I Kin play the Dodgers her Sttn
'- c \under present) resolutions. m,''CtoWttf Bolt C, Morgan ll akLAt l while In their losing skein, so the ''game preserve and hyaclntlis \day I Ferguson And H. R, Lowery. Jr RttNha .tOMW
by the State dame 'WW ttntfeiWater a nu-rtiufi. scheduled: for Sailfliihrrs' may rest assured. of : control, i Practices dally at :S p.m. started ,
.Full WffltaJsBlw, 87 of)I \ ', the ,commissibn will a stiff test for getting a winning'1"---- ; Monday at the East 6lh St.diamond -I
Fttntdte a counCle ate .ntm to oJiIlidtl closing\ )! LolOkeecho\ start lei the Sf/Cund.hltlt and continuing What's 6 Wrong, with the Sailfishers? .
ear; .. and' .fr! *itt"Wtt;. l l r fi>'Jfitng! .,j jI .tubIo. "y4etawrc l 1 :: eatfattingt\ j. !, ;I IUIIId4" their*own win ,streak. I The scheduleJune :
I r I The ST.Hftshcrs\ got it rest last 215: Pahokee, hereJune aWt..
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I : I 'I Sunday when a t pat rainstorm, Nothing( :23: : Vero Beach, here NF, ,
f IA Lake Worth forced' postpone July I: Vero Beach, here
:mem of the SnimsherRamblerSOUTH : July I: Belle made, there

3f 9 ,ry Gifts for DadFathr's I FLORIDA tfcACUE COAST GLADES. A Letter to 'Manager Mann July July 11 Itt;: Belle Fort Pierce Glade. ,, there here

: j ,"''n.' 1I'.h.lUlw.t 1.',... lUlfl July 11! W Palm Beach, here I
W L fat. (HIl |IJ-/ '' Jut, ?li W, Palm Death, here
sonata Of Stuart's Baseball ClubDear
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l : 'out I July,XI: Fort Pierce, here
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I i .' ".ftt"". .Nwub .a. sot I July: Mt Pahokee, there, tin elicit liov.s tmaiiireimnis of Joe louf .rid }, J116tJuitipkji
ILaw1.wWith e a .jU, D I Mister Manager: .. -- --- and J Jut,\ J its\\iiJcoN(, UK t1 I,I', ,, IYn p,
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J, .We.t LAST tihn" SUNDAY'a NenS P tlESULTSAVS i .m : Runnln1 a baseball team that's your job for the Euiinnherli jiKiiisliijt fmhl in Niviurls UoidiMu, tiln.n| i (, ,tell( 1 1td1(

\ A" ....". elean.ed. eln. I perhaps like runnln' a hotel Yet don"I have to know anything )- Report Shows m'stU) iiiglit jIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIfilllllllllinilllllllllllllllllllllllllll

t.... w.nh NEST at U P.e ... GAMES about It The guests (tans: ) ,.,UI tell) yet how, I

:Day wrrl..,'..vn'... 'rtmek a.rea of at 1.1'1''IJTVART.lin. '' Well sir, I'm a payln' guest when the Salin ht'rs play at home Baseball Team i I/ I l lllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIlilimn

I I aptnd $120 for admission, sit In the stands, drink coke, /eat GIFTS_ FOR FATHER'S DAY'!
game to close out the first half, peanuts. gab with my neighbors; yelp and crab when umpires'Art
': A.!I a result league president 1 1I Parks and Earl Rlcou caD balls (on our opponents. ) that should $280 in RedAs :tN.WEst
SU AY; JUNE 20th I James ]M Ward of Luke Worth be etl' ikea I have a generally good time but I'm a looker. I don'thave x I

I I announced that "tor the/ time being anything to sap like ;you do about runnln the game,
the halt is over and Stuart of today the Stuart Sallflsh- .
r 1 :Is the winner," However. when So I thought as a payln1 customer, a reconverted/ baseball ers baseball team la operating,
the! second half \Is completed U fan, .an" admirer of your management and!! team you wouldn mind M $29022 deficit, Manager
)! $ (Icwlsion, which had a chance If I popped off a little :yfr know 'a few Ideas of runnln John a N Mann revealed In making
,
F ; ,1I 'til( lit Stuart for the half title n ball club might come In helpful during the home stretch his?first financial\ report of

,\\1, and alw' 'was rained out, feels the second part of the season you all are pow starling; the year on the team. Recelpta = DEPARTMENT rout ,

I bum\ i games are necessary I, puring the Clew stonSaUftshersceent game, when your team so far total 51,01085, Mann announced : OPPOSITE (T, tUtu coo*y BANK
enough! to will be
play they
nailed the first half of the pennant to the masthead, I watched .but expenditures total = 109 So. Second Street J Fort Pisa
: played at( that time, Ward aald.
M I did! "Strlnjjy' Arnold's last ball I couldn t $1.2\1\.17.\ \ nliiiilllliillllliliiiliimilllilill'llllllllltlllllH'jilll$ : l:H,MitlliiiiiiiiuiRememtfer !
( CI k(" Alston hope rested on you as closely as which
I irji U81 : I The managers report! Is limIted -
'I' at Some Clewlston t
; (n i ldIng. West Palm Beach see all of the boys dldn cither
,
1 ,, I strictly to operation of the
>',1>,i: stuait losing in Lake )like
< was I You paced up and down In fruit of the dugout caged team and excludes renovation
': ., r. ll tau\ '"i Any variation from this Florida pampas-oat chewing' the front end of a Hav-a-Tampa (HI I{ operations on the East fith St. Dad
'. it .,,))1 t oulS give Stuart the nail ,
tl'I might have bern\ a Romeo/ and Juliet i. You hitched your managing field which are being paid for '
"t' ,
i 1I.j1ty r, ti nit in This the teams result v first;1\1 an,nret-ac- pants up your cap down and growled five in.the first by the city, and the new outfield
we want five In the first" You got four runs But managers fence which Is being paid for by
!tiles\ o the makeups are a dls-:
are not satisfied the advertisers! on It. However. ON
unit! probability, particularly If .
t : either Stuart nor Clewistou. win When "Mule" Arnold poked that bull over right fold fence Mann aald a proposed sale of Ft.
half-Interest In theeam'\ t public
the second lraU.ZaneGraziano. (ham and S extra I know 7a. "
for a home run run burlfs-; how you address system and the net Rate >AJUNE
must hate felt Probably Ito 85-year-old Connie Mack now feels at Sunday's: game with West Fathei s .

t Parker Pea and. Complete Fight I about his, Philadelphia Athletics who are up there in the American Palm Beach here probably will ,. If
League scalping name players and top-flight" clubs!, Nice teellh', eliminate the deficit tHis ''
Pencil l Sets. Alto 1. II/Ctton fI' .
Films Coming Here unit It, mister manager? Your fans like it too. report. shows'KF.CEIPTS:
,1.
: / Desk Sets. Fi Ww..J. I Here's a Up Connie Mack gave me when the A'. held spring ... : D. "
: I P KIM! e.n HrkX wlw! I tltSIWm :
y .,; training at Fort Myers where I worked out with '(>m Not at baseball ,'.4! Hwk rune .1'1
Films of the middleweight ...
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U '. championship boxing match \betwwn but toll How old Lefty Orqve "Mickey" Cochrane, I..**,Ui-k.l week .!_' tkk'l ..!.. **... L 1 /
\ TAYLOR BAROMETERS .' Jimmy Foxx! and. Jimmy Dykes could sack) a golf ball! I've seen Knynlim H,Mk mm* lttkt ..I.. .It*MII ;
\ Rocky.prszlano I and Tony Ckeul. ..... ........ ..... If'.10 11., <
tale in Newark, N J? last Thursday Grove whang that little pellet so bard he knocked U out of shape! Creme. IWeo.ll.ioe. ..... 1,1,50xENUlTuais 20 V \\j: =
q SIMMONS A Tc.H: /CHI ,N$, i \ night will" be shown at the I Mack played a good! game too Always tree with advice put cau SII1h1ai ,

: Lyric Theatre here Tuesday and tious. He said. ".Ballgames are made up of bits, runs, errors. You, [
GOLD PEN KNIVi S 1! I a.tto .. .. ,a 1AI'<.to
I' Wednesday The 17-mlnute film can't win all the tlm. Often you \tantalk your way'into a run t o. ... ,.p." . ." "..r. 11.5 e "' '
fhows clearly how Zale won back .. II HI EVERYT; G 'FOR DAD
I II or two kidding, ribbing, put/ cuestOng: your; opponents"'Stringy" .01fo. ? ;
CUFF LINKS't'! his fistic\ crown In less than three l| nnuii x"" j, .,.c. in*, j jI 'f
Arnold looks, acts and works like Grove. A worldof :
I I rounds The acompanylng teat- fco ; ... : :_-Y '::' Ml f Hlis BergVot .
TIE SETS -' i I arc! ",tit star Paulette Goddard speed nice change of pace, a cross fire hotter than t. July PfwirlK W '> rhr.e.'I. : ':: :: .: < Men's: Sets by Old Spies StiU

i In the technicolor production of I firecracker lied make many. big league( batter swing miss and J.toli I white *M-Uitr Mill m tat'q.? .::;,:,:,.:_,?,,.,,: t II f.M M ";Waterman Pen and Pencil Ats. Comb and!Brush StUl
1 BUXTON BILL OLDS (' Oscar Wilde Comedy( "An Ideal cuss "Mule;" his brother catcher, works like Mickey Cochranedid r.tlMKW.M Itn \ |
,e w : 1'/I Husband his from position Urot. .Indirtr :- ,:: ,S:::: I Sat .
; during heyday His throwing arm any U ,... lit Pipes, Cigars, Cigt* dies Tobaccos,
,I ThCJAter Manager Wayne R rapier like and accurate. It's a. privilege to watch this brother ''' '' < '. I '
I Page nlso announced that filmsof ; ;. :.::5N'wrd.riyy,: ,'ail R& or. of Alt Types I. Sb.nc; Eru.htl
combination play ball t .b1.k.w ... .....,, ..,,,4 "5If. -
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the Jue Louis-Joe WalcottricHvywelght .i' \
.. C. & E. WALKER I'' title scrap In New,I I'I Lowerreminds me of Hack Wilson, former home run' king I.':'::"'.:... ;;."'::'::::I:::;;:: ..U: : I It.p i ,'' Cigarette Light./ Walct!
I I'I IIhhown for the Cuba. About the size, he swings. his long bat with ,
I York next Wednesday will be same .
: :,: .
,'".1'i.l' i. J e w ell cry here "very' shortly I aft I the power of Foxx. When he connects' as he docs often f .r : : 19 I Ii Flashlights 4 Cameras
1:. < i nurds after be completedartanuemnta both the ball and fans get a long ride for their money. tl,!
24? (h ( 'E'll.A( j'IOE! ; 2K0!) r hie !
( this week for ll Warren Shlpea, shortstop, Is "Rabbit" Maranville come tolife i: :r.. ... "We A' to Please"
1
r I _____ them. ur-1 a 0islh/eey ,...t.' .... 011
i ing( _- \ Hard to pitch to, Warren hops around! that diamond like a I 1'1.. ..._loft r .._.anU.4 I
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H I v t Florida cottontail. He s deadly oft fast, ro..nd\ bolls with a throwing ark irk,.} -
i r ache like a piston. Bats well too Ts CNr6ir:. ,1004
I :Te::: Ir.kreWwb, m: Brune S Pharmacy
There Elmer Graham who plays most every( spot on thedfgmond. 04/
T. W..t I'ilm, ..... I'' ,
I He s a hustling talkative, aggressive guy who knows Tr .IIv'h' Seek 11,11
his baseball. He ought to. I understand he was with \the Jersey Phone I.vrx Bid,
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95 City club and headed for the New ;York Giants when Uncle Sum U'.I

LY$219I I around.grabbed him for"Hump" flying !In China 841 :years Useful to have 1.rl'JT: .._ ..


i Every one of the players on :your Sailflshcrs\ \ have plenty of tt
stuff (10 talk about For a small town' baseball outfit they .have

looked to me an old reporter as good as many an outfit as I'VII
[ seen in both major and minor leagues Certainly. they have their

off days Who doesn t? But they tire in then hustling, hitting,

I 'FOR NllX pitchIng. And Stuart folks should be proud of the peppy playing, J

II I Wanted to add my own Word pf appreclatlon tot :your outfit

1 haven seen a baseball game /since old Babe Ruth, raved. ribbed
and kidded by an angry]! mob, pointed\ to the fence and socked (fire
Don miss Ibis (hone* to quit work i washday 'I I ball Into the next county for a 'some run and a world champlon- \ At

f I New low fr (91 en the world'/*favorite TO I snip\ I'vr stayed right here In Stuart op account of the excellentI

automate wCb'icrl if 'f JV I tUhlni TheCitizen's l
{ And what do t find As good baseball' at flal m a reconverted .
low dawn payment)! Small insrafi rats spread aiorJ'
fanWhen the Sallflshcra play at home this old '
over many months'/ | reporter it's "Take Me Out to the/ Ball Game." Take a bow, Mr ".

f Des ALL tt! t vuid vet eta cuss jiff a few ilolLus Mann And to you players, Including Umps Parks and Rims, ,,'
mute than .! .Ail,cr I ilmt miUs,, V( Jdo ihe work! Saluda !' '! '! Why hurry north to fish\ or watch Connie Mack's / \,\/ Bank'
I comeback when lye got something\ as,good in my own front yard? '; w come
liner lien !ox will wish rinse i ii/Jf/ end damp dry CAP'N FLAGG.NOTICE".
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THE STUART NEWS, STUART, MARTIN COUNT. FLORIDA, THURSDAY JUNE 17, 1948 PAQK: SEVEN
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i )( NEWS and the WEEK IN STUART News Items\. efflce for this before paper neon must en Wednesday remcb the newspaper i' j 1 '


\fCIAL 1 ) o. Happenings of ;.if Horn MRS.Telrphon JOSEPH 114 McCOY, Society Office Editor Phone i KM II't, ,il I


i. mlONS ARC HOSTS ALABAMA VISITORS FIND SUPPER PRECEDESOES -- Mrs Marlon McGee had as Mrs Marion McGee was the i geant Be will leave tomorrow ,

ndI Mrs, B. B. Mi-Pher-;: FINE; SUMMER FISHING CHAPTER MEETA HomeDemonstration Sims-Linn week-end guests her sisters! and houseguest of :Mr. and Mn W. Z. for Fort Bclvolr. Va. to attend 7 7a i
bOlts Saturday night Mr\ and Mrs T. C. Snyder of I brother-ln-laws. Mr and Mrs\ Daughty of Cocoa last week camp for Army Engineers for
Kr.bridge at their homeidtlststw. Montgomery Ala covered-dish I weeks 4. :
have six
Guests were completed suppef preceded Muptials Held Wayne Wright and Mr., and Mrs -a- .t
L. A. Arbogast, Mr. a one'-week vacation/ at the OES chapter meeting J. W. Hagan ot Starke, Mr, and Mrs\ 0 B. Arbogast iiimiiiiHiiiiiiMiimmiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiDRESSMAKING I I I I I
Thursday
)4rs.Earl Rlcou Mr andS the Jaylll Yacht Harbor In Rio hall night at Woodman NotesBy e went to Charleston, 8. C, last,
which
i was decorated with In Gainesville. '
Hudson Mr. and Mr They reported wbnderful fishing white lilies. fern and tropIcal Mr. and Mrs, Edward Mapp, week and were ,accompanied
MISS ("un Lit INscoe and ALTERATIONS .
naIIe!, and and plants and flowers The degrees South Fork left Sunday for a home by Cadet C. B, "Ben" Ar y M It w. 1 to I e.a. ,

wr. High and Rl- caught 31 channel bass, II of the order were confered upon For the teenager who wants a The Rev. and Mrs Alexander three-week' Vacation to( New bogast, Jr., who has finished his Maple Archibald 4 4n.
Arbogast
Mrs. shcepshcad and, 3 red; snappers Miss Jean Nlebllng and he. small business to. run after Linn of Hobe Sound and Miami York They plan to visit friends junior year at The Citadel and R. ATLANTA Ave I .I
To top oft their: fishing in the mother, Mrs Etta Nichols JoinIng school hours andduring: vacations announced Tuesday the marriage along the way. received a promotion to fist ser; iiimimiHilllllliiNiiuiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiDine '
by affiliation Mrs. Nichols of their daughter, Jane tu .. .. .. ... i
is -- -- -- -- -- -- -
suggested
St rabbit-raising
Lucle they were guesta of U a daughter of Mr. and Mn .
Arthur J Sims, son o( County
Charles :Bureau I
ROUGH ; Mr. and Mrs H. C. Kitchln of George Rowley of Palm ,City, by E. Kellogg, Commissioner and MM. Arthur
U S. Department
of Animal Industry,
Sunny Acres., Jensen Beach, on member of the chapter Sub of Proof E. Sims of Hope: Sound I fL''
their: yacht Shangrllla The stltute officers had charge of Agriculture. The took place June Cooled Indian River
lEEPERs the meeting with Mrs. Lois Cour that ,young people can make a ceremony by lezes
Kltchina were bats to. a boatIng success tit this business comes ( In the Pint Presbyterian I
son as worthy matron and John
from 4.II Clubs In every State. Church, Gainesville, with the
In .
party the gulf stream, Hilton, worthy patron Refreshments .
thousands 4 H Club Rev\ U S. Oordon omclsUng.1!
Many \ of -
and fish caught included 20- were served 'after the {
a boys and glrla, the bountry over The bride;\ wore a white rntcmblc: DELICIOUS FOQ
Ib. dolphin, a 13-Ib. 'king and Jessie meeting Higbce Hostesses, Mrs. were Mrs have raised rabbits as a club and Carried a white prayer book I
one bonito. This was the first Evylan Hlg project with lilies of the valley HERE
bee and Mrs Ann Wortham. IS OUR
vacation fur the Snyders on the Last meeting before Rubbit raising offers several Mrs Cyrus Q. Stewart, cousin
G -A a / lower east coast of Florida and adjournment will be next summer Thursday advantages to teenagers, Kellogg of the bridegroom was matron MENU'Daily +1I
rv"is their first experience In ocean The first meeting in, the says It Is not only a way I of honor and Quentin Long was: I 1"
fishing Other guests In the fall will be Oct. 14 of earning money in spare time I best man. Reception In the homeof i
shevillexirolina Shangrllla included D A Mac- and getting business experience. ,the StewarU followed the and
Donald and his son of the Gilbert WILLIAM F. CRARY It also offers )young people, par- 'ceremony The couple U residing ( Sundays)
'
I Bar Fishing Lodge, Hutch. TOP SPANISH STUDENT ticularly those Interested In In Gainesville following a ,

' Resorts Inson Island, and Jay A. Byrneof A Stuart boy William F Crary farming, a practical education In I wedding trip to St: ,Augustine Choice of Grapefruit or Tomtf Juice or Onion Soup 4
11 the Jaylll Yacht ,Harbor. livestock management; feeding The bride was graduated from Choice of Gelatin I Wad Lettuce With Russian .
Dressing
e mifu) way to go or son of Senator and Mrs Evans and breeding at email cost and Fort; Myers High School, attended Vegetable Pear or elr'FROG

ra family Tbrougk.wllhi CRARY EARNS HONORS Crary, was awarded the O. S. In small space, such as an aver the University of Miami and LEGSSEAFOOD .. ... . ._ 0''' ISO '
sullwaa i I tool.U the tit tndi way*, A Stuart boy William F Crary. Garces student medal of as the the best at Spanish the age backyard. This year when the College of Wooster, Wooster, PLATTER ... d. .. .. _. ISO
year
II principal Caroline son of Senator and Mrs Evans Bolles School, commencement supplies of meat generally are Ohio was with the audio-visual FRIED DEEP SEA SCALLOPS ., .. .. ... ... .._ _.._., ..._.....: 1.15 '
m NMrU. Crary, has earned second academic exercises Jacksonville, short ot demand, there should, bea department of tho Dade County FRIED OCEAN SHRIMP ._. ._. 1.15 $

honors for the! eighth An older brother good market for rabbit meatA School Board FRIED SELECT OYSTERS .. ... ... 1.15 !
Evans '
S art 3>57PM.Mtinllt month at the Bolles School, Crary to market the meat :, .I .
good
840PMM Jacksonville; it' has been announced Jr, honor cadet at Bolles in 1941, is cut-up way ready to cook: and Elms li a law' student at the I CRABMEAT CAKES ... ....,..... ..... ...... ..... 1.15 .I ::
920AMdtnonvillc by Lt.-CoL E. 8. LIgon, attended the commencement ac- jacked fresh or frozen, la open University of Florida Duringthe ROAST TOM TURKEY WITH DRESSING .._.. .... ,u"w"_,, 1.50 i
1032AM: principal. tlvltles. Or. J Hillls Miller president face cartons. Kellogg suggests at Pearl war, he Harbor served with and the Midway Navy I I POT ROAST OF BEEF ..... ........... '.. ...' ._ .... 1.25 i ,\\i! '
IIt30A.M.at --- --- of the University of Florida selling first to neighbors at retail Island ROAST SPRING LAMB .'" .... .. ... U. ...... 1.40 'I'I I ifl
rifle the commencement
$ speaker was prices and then expanding the I He III a member of Delta Theta I FRIED SPRING CHICKEN ........ .... ..... .. .. .._.. 125 .1't
ok coodiliomd. Indlmig -4-- justness. it desired, to furnish Phi professional legal fraternity; BAKED HAMGRILLED .. .... ..... .. .-. ..,..... .. 140 r '4'" .

n In* tarn seal* Khodulo ooackvaIn ATTEND DISTRICT MEET hotels meat. church markets suppers Rabbit and pelts perhaps John Marshall Bar Association! LAMB CHOPS . .......:.... ......... .' 1.25 i. : ',
GRAPETTE young Democratic Club, student I I'' \
aa.dl..lackea..h.
rla I Attending the district value and should be ''
Ica meetingand have cash member of the Florida State Bar CHOICE OF TWOt. 01' ;
ro iw teal.-e. banquet at Okeechobee for prepared carefully Association, and was clerk of the Mashed Potatoes Slewed Okra and Tom DCS -- Candied Yams I :. : i'
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the Independent Order of Odd For a start, two or four docs University Honor Court in 104?. Baked Macaroni 'and Cheese String Beans )"
- Telep net 25i I Fellows and the Rebekah Lodge and a buck make a good( unit. He was graduated from Jupiter, ,' .
Friday night were Mr. and Mrs, Building pen and hutches is not High School /and also attended : DESSERTS ALA CARTE 15 I:
I Charles Barrett, Mr and Mrs. expensive and can .be done by;
74444GRAPETTE Tulane University. Chocolate Nut Cake Coal.e/ Pudding Ice CreamUR'S '
Vernon Chason, Mr. and Mrs. any handy teen-age boy. Rabbit I App F Cobbler ;
W A. Smith, Mr. and Mrj Ern-I rations can Include considerable Mr and Mrs Dan McClure j, ir'
eat Klublns Mr and Mrs Vann green teed and kitchen.wute.I who have been the guests of Mr PREMIUM BEERS AV/LADLE WITH YOUR MEALS
Chason, William Ambrose, Mr from vegetable: roots and tops and Mrs. Wilson McClure, returned -
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and Mrs O L. White, Fred Ben..I It takes considerably less grain to Tallahassee Saturdayto
INIIriT w M01 tel, E A, Burgess, Dr F B Eurlt, to grow a pound of rabbit meat attend summer school at
Mrs Vlda Evans and; Mrs J. D. than a pound of pork. Young Florida State University la
I Barton rabbits are ready to sell for meatIn -I- I INN \
I
Sugar and Spice and Something Nice _,r, www+r ye---- .1 eight to 10 weeks. Mrs. Harris Lowery. Jr, and SEYM I" ;Ai
Miss White returned stresses the fact that / C
Maydee Kellogg children Harris 3rd and Gay
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home Sunday afternoon after a boys and girls who go into the left Saturday to spend, their va "II I i
1 'ERY SATURDAY weeks visit at tae home of Mr. rabbit business should regaled i laUol'with Mrs. Lowery mother On the Indian River Drive JENSEN BEACH FLORIDA
I and Mra E. D Boles in West the animals as livestock and not Mrs, Mae Clark at her sum r

, Palm Beach.. as pets mer home in Mountain City Oa.'
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Through Mr and Mr.. L. M. Johnson I These are /some "oft the record" J.- p '
i and children Bobby and Jill left i expressions caught from o4. rll "
June July and. Agust Friday to spend 10 days with, .I-H girl ,Blubbers: who attended
Mrs. Johnsons parents Mr. and' the short couse in Tallahassee: i
Mrs. 8 W Bobbin In Miami. ,"Look at the mountains "It Al qes' ;,
l that the Suwannee River?" :
.0% Dine'nt< I Allen Andrews a senior at the I "When do'' we eat?* "I didn't k r \ I
University of Alabama' Is spending know there were /so many 4-H Seo OSd1 \1 I
r six weeks with his aunt and I II Club dirts in Florida **We sore GprS tt -a> eN ; 1 ,
dt I uncle-m-law Mr. and Mrs.Theodore did have good tood in T Uahas. '** w ** Ota1 l
d w
' ITl Forger Every Satujda-AII Sutrf er Long) I Hut before returning to the I II see 111 be glad to see mamma vii ,
All Nelr Summer Dresses. I university for a summer course! and daddy! "When do we let y'oora0d Qoq I1sb om6eY1 Y .

All N.tonally Advertised I to Stuart?" It is rkgp ht. Pvtt J
Welcome Relief for i From these expressions I "fvt4h.kc
e All Sixcl and Types for Every Ocean easy to catch the spirit of a 4.H / '
BACKACHE PAINSDMltMuuulirSlriMoUlics Club girl who,, attends short _v' p
course. It really makes life worth
I living. What do you\ think?,
IE LIT\14E DRESS SHI IsmaAIM .'.. ..... Ua1U5T 'J The theme of the short course I :- : "
tab rdttwua errcarlw. asIM was "Creating Better Homes for :
ta
k
__ ......"..., Itl Maw More Responsible Citizenship To
C Dugan \ N... .. .
Post Office Area rel. uraw WHA.
M M li.. .kMS....... /rq .. I
M .."' ... .. _iimlu$ IdmRIVIERA W. --
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---- Mr and Mrs Harry Orr and ...
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and Joanne,
children, Bobby
/ ave moved to. Fort Pierce andre a ,
living in an, apartment on It I II
f t
MAKE 'he beach. 1'1 I 'f '

Mrs 0. 1.. White left Tuesday '
for a two-week vacation in Cairo I.\k,\ :i
HOTEL; Oa... to( 'visit relatives. On her ,oM :
return trip she plans to visit her ,.61'(
later and brother-in-Iaw. Mr \e0 <'
YOUR VACATION HEADQUARTERS pod Mrs L.. E. Halstead, in Madison ", ten aNU 5 "
Fla 6" \ a tiF e
'" Attorney. "
County and Mrs B. : :, >> ,,
135 ROMS-30 BATHS A. Rider with their grandson ', ,i,, 'I:, 4f 4 s O ti 1
Jimmy of LaBelle were the .. os
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. v v
Jim Rider and daughter, Dlannc Tf S.
GRILLlCOCKTAIB.OUNGE at the.8t, LucIa Locks -
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RADIO.. JENT .0 e ..
rtuoRK LIGHTII*ELECTKIC FANS r .
Joe Courson has returned to
beuejred Isdi-CJumenl Wind* -Ven tion Hinds summer school at Stetson University i
after spending, a two-
EVERY It week 'vacation: ;with his parenU.Ar ,
\ and Mrs A. P. Coirrson.e ii L IfsTlieGr

SWIMMING POOL-:. NNIS COURTS e w 1 1
Mr.. Dorothy Pierce was the
guest; Of her mother Mrs D P iS i'
13 a 4 p. .1 Granted Upon 'r.$25 0 V!' K-Be/ry, in New Smyrna Beach Ii1 't'UI U oftfieYear rl]I

Special Family R to aentaNoe T..I.. .", last week end. 1


LocaNea; Eiclutlve end RettU>3 Miles Nerthepeytona leech, en U, S, Ne H' Well have It Friday The Car of the Year fl J}} D NIWI You;' wanted ROOM So wo gave .. ) j:

Way 12 miles from Oceen,vie riorttt Bridge.IB E !\ the Ford Forty Miner! In the one and only NEWAA F.' !!' you 037 front and 40 .war sear, wet T
INKSJ car In ttt field, and you can lee It ot our showy lots or thouldar, and, olbow room t

rooms fridoyl! There never. was an outomobile NIWI You wanted! SAFETY. So wogavo

like this before.There U' no other like It today. I 7Q2 you i 59Aaa.rlgld"ut.oaard"
,oody, 33 tailor, "Moon Action" King.
REDI' XONCR The revolutionary, new '49 Ford U a complete u SI..ok..w"PIctut.W1nd.....*. 3''

\ TEREINFO break with the post It was designed by you- NIWI You walled COMfORT. V\ 1

l I Ba all the way through. Yet, In surveys, letters and D C D Awe> h e MW"Mid Ship" Rid_,"Hydra' ,'
"t tI personal Interviews, you told Ford what you Cod" Front Springi ".0..Fl..." (oar.
I- INGSTE wonted. And It'i on Itt way) It looks like a Spd fps k Mae Bko e dream I

L, custom built carl KIWI You wanted CCOf4OMY Now" f /
V I and SIX
InglMt. Up lo 10%
more
Just for the thrill of ft, look at the list of new got oconomy (Up to 23% with Cwdrlvo

CONCR TE features. And for an even. bigger thrill-your epHonal l at..". cart.J| '

i BLOC S biggest thrill of the year-tee me '49 Ford, KIWI You wanted IF.AUTY W.B, 4

"The Car of the Year", ol our showrooms Friday! you! wo tat yeunolf AM ..i.. Youl ?

STEEL dos AL MINUM cal Ford Tho Car. at Iho YoaiT 1

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j "Receipts the first four months ONE'TEST
IIOBSOVS:/ OFFICIAL 11,000 FIND JOBSTallahassee f INBtypl
'. EDGE IS II597 VOTES NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES Farm Income this year were surprisingly, bet. One test toy
June 1?. More Florida V by almost tSOOOOO than I smear ten ,

Tallahassee- (Wt -Final n- than 11000 Job were found torpersons I. j The County Agent's ColumnBy Shows Gain during the former peak I that garded t: ssftultT

turns on the Jane 4 special State during May by the Flor- Ferris WheelBy year of I.H due primarily, cer, Dr a person E, dos a
.I Supreme Court election today Ida State Employment Service r g
L M. Johnson to an appreciate increase In the Ida State
'i gave Justice T. Frank Hobson pruttnll the same a. during HO *f'EUSE K. WELLS 31 Per Cent value et livestock and livestock' tiered here Boob Ufa of

PACE veal B251J Tom votes Watson and Attorney 7011. Oen. the. previous month despite the \Now that the shouting and the Fertilizers 'applied to summerJegumes ,I I 000 lbs were consumed In this products marketed this, year over,;
de, line in tourist and citrus tumult Attendant upon the form 1 1946 Crop receipts are less this
; activities in citrus
from
Hobson wa running retain .) eellng of the State Democratic groves I Cash Income received by FlorIda "
,i the position to which hews, Carl B Smith. chairman t 1948 1948luclushe I last year about 22000000000Ibs year than In 1948
GILD / appointed ommlttee has subsided It little January to July IS, farmers during the first four State Chamber pointedout
ATV 4, by Governor Caldwell ct tM Florida! Industrial Com- !post-mortem analysis may not be are entitled to participate I milk. of milk: went Into cheese such, cannedI whole months of 1948 totaled $206.973,- The that "these figures are gross
fetter the retirement of Justlc- : products aa
r I River Buford. misslun. reported today, 'lit 01 rde:. in the ACA program using 'I milk and dried whole milk compared 000 and was 11 per cent higher total as tabulation are not 1
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Ad, ._ Public attention was focused' this J I I available' current farm operating
1 ---- ----- --- -- -- --- as a soil-building practice. to only 12000000000 ips'going than the farm Income received
pan (,.o1\,{\* upon\.the selection! ilf officer; anew Citrus; growers are cautionedthat 1'I into such products before first four month of expense" 4Tinos'
Palm '. captain was elected, but.the there are I the war Last year, cheese accounted during the I
.sums king continues to run the only approximately I for 13.000,000.000 tbs of 147, the research and Industrial IHESTOCK SALES.JacbonvllleJ
With REAL ESTATE show It; Livestock
faclUistbly i Chamber of Commerce stated June -
here A string and there a string can apply this ,fertilizer Please I Ibs, dried whole milk and HU {
lom( iles and Waterfronlage and endeavoring. with but little!' bring the! Invoices Into the County eellaneous Items for about 2000 .- yesterday In Its weekly business moved to market In IUbItantlal -
the last
:test! ta saTtpedal the conch ,000 Ibs. Ice took review compiled from preliminary volume during I
Rca onabl&) tion. Agent office ILl won after'I i '000 cream income reports."A week, figure from 12 riorlda'
additional 1000,000,000 Ibs. A.stc.s
New Address 4th Street, | taite School July II aa convenient, If we gn breakdown of this years. sate. center showing 4(14 head I TAX AN1
Credit IS due Mrs tactile quantity of
In: contrast, the \
i' an receive these Invoices from :I four-month total showed $178- of cattle and 1081 hog handled INVUrIwLORIDA
Tally, vice-chairman. who pre" milk going into Creamery butter rece'lved all Jacksonville of-
128,000 from typesof I showed today In
.. time
will
xlded In the absence of Chairman you at tljls it expeditethe last year was the second lowest m
crops and $28845000 from flees of Florida State Markets.
I I 'Jot Hill Williams Weve f.gurln| ot soil conservation bout 27000000000 '
record
1 Oo your inn : livestock and all livestock products These figure covered sales on
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observed' some half dozen folk;' payment and prevent an'1 lbs. Before the war about 39,- five State-operated and seven
serve In that capacity, none of Influx it work during Novemberand IOOCOOOOOO Ibj went Into the "The comparable receipts during I Independent markets Terr of
whom excelled and Jew equaled December Your cooperation'I manufa:tare of butter MF tt
the first four months of, the I't'portlDl'markets gave fig-
3f Mrs Tally for fairness, poise and Is courteously\ requested, More skim-milk wu used in .J eqye115at
HlllimilllMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIimmillimilllllllllHIHIHIII IllHimillllimllI I t dignity, I I I 1947 were 1128.810.000 from crops urea showing( a cash grand total
such food products u cottage ,
and 128917000 from livestockand ; of (227,11233 while figure on 1L55IH
:: t or the first time In .
years no With the recent sale of more cheese last year than ever before livestock products two markets were unanllable.nON'T .
I BILL FRE x attempt was made to Instruct than .60000 acres ,of Margin'I IS,,000.000,000 IDS,, Nearly
1 : the national convention( dele-, County land and the Influx of $.000.000.000 ]bas were dried for
5 Doing Business As :: gates to vote as a unit at the i tomato'growers this county ag- I food considerable/ quantities of
:: convention In 1940 and 1944 i rlculture is gradually coming to exported. About 40.000,-
i it being
1 I Equipment Sales and Service Co. I::'I btrenuous efforts were made to I'the[ front. Tomatoes will be one I IIOf : 000,000 Ibs. of gklmmllk went for '
? force the unit. vote on the dele- '
| 'our major crops' this fall feeding animals I for other
:: Moisture "Where and When Cu Want It"n :i nation but In 1941 the matter I),, Based on present estimates tad nun-lood uses or was Wasted Be. '
InION SYSTEMS: rUM""'.. 'OWEII. ITS AND apsAYEas :Iwas' quietly Ignoied : Interest shown by tomato growers fore the war this figure wu (0.-

c= WE MAN! FA11UP ::E I! t'h re- ', several hundred acres of (tomatoes COO,000,,000 Ibs. p
( was will be planted In Martin __ LL
Free Sprinkle Portable Irritation Systems 1 -- -
E that of resolutions At least two M.ERRI1T aIN
County during August and September PROMOTED
t E "''I-W rust .rr.rE, 3111 O5ANGt AVE. / wire offered for :onslderaUon We are slowly but surely I 1
..... .., ..._ ARMY IN JAPAN
= (Ar Fla. r. a Lab s.-5< :::: one by tank Uprhurch of St. I moving Into, a very enviable!'

[ililililillMiiiiiiMliiiiiJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiii. ..'._ '1II11IlIIlIIrn_ earn--, I, position In the agriculture! of out With, the 5th Army In Tokyo,
palgn expenditures for State '4I( : State :
fii e. Campaign expenses v re June 17 Warren N. Merrttt

,y; 1 LIST your Rooms, Apart *nts and Rental 11 ported by all 194? gubcrnato-lal Farmers owning hogs are can son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren L. A-

I 4 Hemf'1 with us. I candidates! were well under the tloned against! hog cholera Thisdlkeaae Merrill of Salerno: Fla. was recently .1
limitation Imposed by law that!)
I can be controlled by a promoted to technician
L. FULFORD 01 nominee, Warren being $12.- I double treatment which costs i
24180. '' 4th grade He Is a baritone
: and others In the
sapI only a few, cents a head. Tar '
t114LL ilt'-bra 'ktU In the famous lat Cavalry
f Y IIJ I \ < sliGhtly under this loss of one pig will offset tin 1 player
BI'7I'l< ; S|'I I 1 1.1',(, IIh 'fl f I llRUK! Any one b 'llvlm his st ut vueuni.Urn "the- t'ntho! DWlBlon Band The band Is part I

1'1I1)1)! I Il: l M l M\\1;I I I I' M aiiiouiit. actually reprnscnts, the herd Cholera treatment i IH ot the well known' 1st Cavalry
,
,, ) \\1"" I 1i' !: -J 4 .land aiipalKii his outlay left will please sale, ol 1 Uie muKti In the sue !Lmslrin which uow occupies the L
in eyebrow Sumsv
y I'l: 1 I I .'I.rado. 1suue 'r and above that reported''' cessful-ralsing of hogs. fo im>lectures of tne Tokyo-:

I'hnn. ':17 sour,. ul l course. handled, by .:am i Yokohama area of central Hon
This country's milk :supply Is
I I'lorl. 1'1 tihu island, Japan
dull/ patties' uiKunlzatlona and person-
bI'll1uIIC'd/\ to much better advantage ,
I.I has been in
i -_ _- I 1 Irlrnds thereby placing the Sergeant Mtr-tlt
for human food than it ,
1946
indldjte In the clear Inspfar 'is the band since jeptember
was before the war largely because -
: consists of playing at
His
expense niwru are concerned, job
In the 1 11/41 "wsslon ryn Cobb : more fiklmmllk Is beinguwd ,Irills. parades and concerts for COHSECUTIVICTORIES
I 1 for according *
pl food .0 -i 1'-
Orange County lepresentatlve, I t the many units of the division ,
mon Levin of the Bureau of Agricultural
Introduced a bill Upping the limit throughout the Japanese. Islands '
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Economics, ?J.B Department ..
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/! for Statewide candidates, arguing MAl
of Agriculture Before the
4 Cash that the money was spent j i about half the sklm-d 1 i I A' former student of Martin
/ Highest war only '
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0 anyway and that the present county High ,School. Sergeant
Paid ForUSED Your milk was used as food: the other enlisted in the Arm in VlRES
c j etup makes hypocrite of otherwise Merrill *
half was fed animals made Into TPAY
his FIRESTONE
CAR honest folk. The bill wasprompt '' November\; 1945, receiving
casein products such as buttons
) slapped down but the basic. training av Fort McClellan,
See Us Before : or wasted. Today two-thirds ol of his
spending t Ah Upon completion
goes merrily on
You Sell or An the skim lk is used aa food. I tour of duty he plan to become Of
appeal to the State committee
ampl
More of the total milk supply \
I Trade for action the a diesel! -engineer
flj regarding j
: Is being sold as bottled milk and I j I I
fI' alleged Improper filing of qualification "ii
is Into whole milk I
more going
SUNRISE MOOR COMPANY I fell deaf FEDERAL AID 1 /
papers on (ears i STATESrGEf 1 ,
than before the
>n at & Dixie fo-r] 'IE*<* PHONE tent I product today
[ Charge !hat a Republican CUldldate war. and less Is being used for I Seven! State of the Southeast-
\ for the post of) PlneUa.I .- the manufacture of butterMilk Georgia, Florida I Alabama
I Pasco circuit Judgeship had l production has averaged Mississippi North Carolina,
t WHEN VfiU NEED qualified after the deadline were about the same quantity South Carolina and Tennesseewere -* -
I laid before the resolutions com- .1;1 capita for the put 23 yean. rl !allotted $60879,000 more In

LUMBER ,| mlttee but this' too was Ignored. nearly 120.QOO.BOO,000 lbs of milk| Federal aid funds in fiscal 1947 f
t tv I. The resolution offered by Stuart produced on farms last year than In 1946, according to C, 1
r Rabb of Naples Called for 1000,too,000 Ibs were consumed Parker Persons regional! director {
OR AN 1, pen voting on all1&sues. Rabb( fluid mUk and cream. In 67'-j or-the U S. .Department of

1.1 attending his first committee war years only about 45.000, Commerce. i f
BUILDING IMPERIAL i meeting, stated that he vast:1--- - _
I i-flabbergasted! to learn that
1, voting, for committee offices was

1'4i CALL OR S by"public,secret! eonfldence-in ballot and tided this <
', wont come until we're

East Coast Lumber I 1 ftilltng.... Well to stand, Mr.up Rabb and be It counted ws,n't- A New Shipment of All-Wool
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our first committee meeting but, I I
I confidentially If the time ever t l r t II
r comes that voting l Is conducted Axmi ster Rugsand

& Supply Co. | by any method that Involves
standing up and being counted
I: vt'It ;oln| you In a Mate of utter r

b Phone 22 P. 0. Box 305 Stuart, Florida I tad complete flabbergastatlon I II 1 i .

I. ; .1 4 IN ( 'Jl NTY FLIG1BIEI ; I Carpetsin
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I 1 1J sizes from 6 by 9 un. A fine selectionof
NOW !
YOU OB\N SEE IT !
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rural"th;; I In Martin patterns from yjjhich to choose. .
J County are eligible to receive'

IT/BUY sterling sliver medals of honor i I Prices begin at a
3 TRY IT! this year for having top recordsIn
the 1M8 national 4-H home I

I improvement awards program $ .95
fcOTdlnff to O L Noble director ONLY OOSE 1
9f f the national 4.ri Club commlltee "

_j I I I Visit us in our r k showroom at 900 South
Winners of 18 medals
ounty THAT
if THE TftES
i In 1947 Included Betty Ann Dixie opposite (Jfe park in Fort Pierce.GRIFFlfECKER I 25 /

llalnway of Martin County. .
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He OIlIer AytomtkW \ "Be turn," WITS the U, 8. Dfr I Inc., t GET EXTRA SAFETY
...KK .HM. s. Hour I paruu..nt.f Airlcullvra. "thai ,
IMrtOVID FUTURIS your kltcbt. qulpmcnt" HiclwlwBl A WEEK and EXTRA ILEAGE
r1 ( MlVMcn. It. U..llcbenBAd"t FL06R COVERINGS ,
Portable I ,that (mips put cull In I
NoBoMnfDwiiT I your packet: j FJ
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.,i-lo dnCovDflwCtottm, -- -- ---- -- -..- -, trft. wf. ties
ll .. Jowls the tint to
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P00ding..Ncm.Ely RCO4p \
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111 ofl-wroracrfic washer eat Doat drive Aother day oo

Now-lot.the frU umt- >oa..n m.nddry. Pre ". t I I 'I Ore., Com ta atfftt Tlreston. TW-
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And nee only doet the G-E .AJI.Aotom Wish., ew ymo koun o1l \\Vhatever'' You Need to Build- Larg or Small See Us.
l work" ud auestiuo, ,, bus It .k.e all the f me yoa'w I* ys wusud Y
lot a ._IK wither. ,
ELKTRIC Building Materials of ,AI| Kinds. i.'I. ,' .

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THE STUART NEWS STUART, Mom COUNTY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JUNE IT, 194S TACK NV9

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eno- -..oconooor I Week's LegalInstruments I II J..k( w....._WARRANTY...... t* tot Mllto WwhtlHMr I /

LOWERS For All OCCASIONS FISHING [ r Salerno Civic Association jj jjAiiai I _' ._B..M t",' Muto. 4ttumi ......,. ,t
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IOUQUETS e i> CORSAGES CUT FLOWERS iij" : .*- By GLADYS H. PERRY aOE===3Oino *...< c....., U Arthur L. WUOU .
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FLORAL IN THE FAMOUS RELEASE 01 .. $,
ARRANGEMENTS I Vice-President Jack Saunder- I with us and are Interested in our PARTIAL : MOIITCACI bht" MAPPIDAVITawR.
ICd..d I., I.......... 1. .....om II 111....
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CERAMICS St. son presided In the absence of activities here. DISCHARGE 01' TAX LIEN H>l.. R: ,...... I* T.. Public '
Lucie
Region President Charles Conrad at the Mr, and Mrs Greenfield arestaying C.II.ot 01 ,ruwesel. ...... .. lAeht.lwus. ASSIGNMENT OF AGREEMENT
.. ins. I HMMU e;.... .. Mari d AMOT Parkfr I ,
June ( meeting of the Salerno with Mrt Oreenfleld'sfather FEE: IIMI'U LIS PENDENStor 0
SMITH'S FLORA /& GIFT SHOP THF nua SPORTSMAN a A GUARDIAN, (\f NATURAL RtNOU.fteq CIvic' Association He reportedthe < In up-State New York, RL k ..N_. a. so CIMSaoe Ir.rein.u.n IIIIU... M, lu..rt >M CM' .p..r 'L

LOWERS < By ERNEST LYONSWe Salerno boys have formally I and are looking forward to returning SUM Hu.M> t" Run. Hutilw. .1 CHATTEL MORTGAGE I .
I organized and are to be known In the fall, bringing; her MORTGAGEL trthur .IMion .. C/II./ ... a..k W Sunrt.Suurt .
read. Bid*, 5th St., Ftyf wire* Phone 310-J are In receipt of the 1948 Federal laws setting\ a S0-day at the Salerno Junior Civic Association father with them. N.rlal II.K.. Rears L.dl.0& .i.,to to ee A..old'H. .M..5161.A seater.a I I .15 O.lIr to.o*..., I..., M CltlMM ..... i

edition of Ed Cromen Fishingit season and a dally four-duck Their president la : Mrt HaUoway hat been ill ,. .f M Bulk I deta. AGREEMENT i iMee
: Hunting Guide of North Amer- bag limit Is a strong padlock on Oordon Terryl; vice-president with pneumonia, but is reported Arthur L. ,.I:: H .:: :. aosud i If...... C. W..I.. M ..... 8o. I 1 1 9
ica; a volume Haling the best the front door of our nationalwild Jackie Thompson: secretary recovering now CnA1914NMC NT i II...... LEASE '. t
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fishing place. guides and rates duck storeroom-but a highpercentage Walter Pedersen, and treasurer, Mr*. Conrad Johnson ha been, tier._5.110 Olot.a_OF I. Fer.l MORTGAGE ki.... I.... Ora... ...to OU Co.._. t. H, t. Cu ... '
Fred Pedersen t ;
In this grand country of ounWe of the webfooted Appointed a* 111 and Is
doing some handwoikto
orter highly recommend this guide stock Is escaping annually thru senior advisers are Conrad ,
be donated
to the issociatlu
tor the fishing< vacationist on an unguarded opening on the Saunderson and Harvey Shelton. Waterfront .Q
her tho
return in
upon ( fall. PropertiesAlong
ton, If la complete, authoritativeand south side and flying to almost. It IB understood there also are
well worth the $2 It coots certain suicide In Cubal .to be three junior advisor\ The Egglestons are hoping to
$ be back In the early fall and if the Indian and St. Lucle river and Hob Sound.
[Paint Body ShopOver It you want one write to Ed During recent months many The boy are assembling a set
Cromer, 1204 Texas St, Fort' Florida nlmrods who know CUb- of by-laws for their association, possible will make their permanent Ocean Frontage. ..1 ;
&V Worth 3. Texas an hunting methods have become and It la with great pride\ that home here, tc
2nd Floor
( A ) s I' downright Irked and disgusted \ we look to them for their sincerity We are looking forward to seeIng S7

SPECIALIZING I IN\PHOLSTERING 'There will be perfect days :and over the legal slaughter and enthusiasm. We are Mr. Esther Smith and the '
Auto Painting Metal Work perfect scenes In every fisherman : of thousands of the same birds awaiting news of a similar na- Overhlsers a little later ,on. ; "1k4 I a i'

Custom-made Slip COy.: Sport Tops "1 memory I stored up at that America has so drastically ture from the town girls. Mrs The occ&ilonallctters received c, 1-
leant three of those enduring attempted to protect within recent J. B Shelton has offered! her from our Northern member area //svew. s H
pictures on a fishing trip up the years home a* a meeting place until source of Interest and encour t. k

North Fork Friday afternoon It Is understandable that the Civic Center is ready agement. If you have news from / e d 7 ,
---Y -- As we i eased) silently up a black stories about a single Cuban Charles Davis ha been takingsome any of these friends, pass it c
arm of the river In the cool of hunter bagging more than.1400 interesting pictures of the along to your secretary I Ic Ie Ik Ir Ir

SALERNO STIATION the day, with riflh-wlse Burt Pru- ducks last !season-or report of Civic Center at different stagesof The card party at Mrs J B

FORMERLY DIXIE.SALERNO i RV1CE STATION) Itt noiselessly handling the oars, more,than 2.000 wild duck being its erection. He has had them Shelton Thursday evening with
Cap'n Flagg was dexterously served at one sportsmen ban- printed in a ( by 4 in size and Mrs Harvey Shelton and Mrs. .
AMOOO casting a little.surface popper quet In Havana,' resulted In anyone wishing to see them may Jack Saunderson as co-hosteti _
with his 5-oz, fly-rod. And. be- ruffled tempera-particularly In find them on display at the regu- es. proved successful despite the
AS OIL / LUBRICANTS lIeve-me-you, the Cap n-.'who |I the cases of hunters who Just lar meetings or they may have an busy graduation season at Hand
| TIRES 'BATTERIES/ ACCESSORIES calls himself an ole cow poke-1 1la finished an unsatisfactory Flor. many print a* they care to order -
an ole past master of the fly- ida duck season by paying costs A radio network similar to
'Quick, Courteous anJ Efficient Service casting art. Our hunter find It mighty Several members of the association that used by police "prowl" ears: .

GREY nOUN / BUS STOPold : That little popper disappeared hard to compensate: for the fact who art particularly I Interested Is operated by the Florida 1"0\-
Drinks C /dies Tobaccos In a savage swirl, the wand of a that not the slightest effort 1 I.a In the' Bay Front Park cst Service to maintain contact
rod described an arc-and out made to protect migratory ducks have been working on Improvements between its lookout lowers, ,
1. 0 Box 136 SalerrC. E. Beedle, Owner Jumped a beautiful bronze- 'In CUba. there, while at the /same headquarters stations and (Infighting '
backed, green-side bass a lunkerIn time they ''have done all they crewsABSTRACT.
"We start hunting them the
any man'a language. One, could to help with the Civic
first day trfey arrive and never
twice, three times the baas made Center Of course the latter being -
stop until the last Is
luimillimiHIimHIIIIIIIIIIIljTllllllllllllllllimilllllimill/ llimmillllllllJIGRJINER'S spectacular leaps, and after an In the Spring" one one of Havana gone such a big project, our Interest li
minute battle was eased along- and attention has been &: TITLE I F 3 aA
hunter told
I side, slipped Into the net, and outstanding me. largely focused upon It, but we r z zJ zo
His statement is sad but true
RESTAURANTSPECIAL 1 released Now you think It'* the must look with pride upon the INSURANCE CO., Inc "
RIVERSIDE and accurately describe the si
Ash that 111 remember. There I public-minded citizens who so
Cuban duck situation. : 1
migratory
MENU EVERY DAY | you're wrong. What I will never faithfully work for town 'Improvements A ,
But lets study the cause and
Fried Chicken: ;/Steaks, Oyster and Shrimp = forget was the wink Cap'n Flagg effect of the problem at every opportunity. 10 Victory Arcade III I
at the end of that )
sent
my way Before the high school band .
)ME COOKED fy First of all, the cause can IY.f1
perfect performance a wink of concert In the park, two long Z
Ta Delicious Food :|: pure satisfaction doubtlessly be charged to the picnic tables with benches had A 1
: Another scene from the same fact that the Cuban govern
been there. Since then
placed
MRS.BERT GRINER I I'tiLl afternoon was a little different ment has never entered Into a other benches have been Installed i.I i.
migratory bird treaty with hone 353
-although It concerned the .. and also a barbecue pit.
DriJ in Curb Service same popper lure. Ka-wham and America These additions will be enjoyedby
%, NORTH, IT. CI6 RIVER. BRIDGE ON' FED "0. I up In air like dynamite went a The effect\ of not having a Salerno I folk and visitors as

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIUIIIIIIMinil\IIIIMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII) IIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIitlllllll little tarpon with energy that workable treaty such as we well. !
q
mixture of lightningand made with Great Britain In 118 Listings of proved and
was a white It 1 Is being arranged to have a BSTRACTS Unimproved Properties .
fission I'm not and Mexico In 1936 has given II
>,atomic sure T oughout Martin County
July 4 celebration in the ParkIn HOUR SERVICE)
whether he Jumped twice or our southern neighbors the un-
the form of a box social. All
three times but I still see that disputed claim to the.best duck & ACREAGtn RANCHESSewaU'e
the 'women 'asked to bring
are
[Pence Construction Co. silver flash arched against the hunting country In the world"
decorated boxes Of lunch for two. Ps tot Klver-ta-River Properties
mangroves and again Cap'nFlagg's The fact that migratory birds These will be auctioned off to TITIA INSURANCE \ and
Phone \ face registers In my could gain substantial protection
93D
It had It a look the highest bidder among the I I W COST Jupiter Island memory. upon under treaty arrangements with men who will share the lunch I I
-| Bulldozer'with Bttde or Rake (Jf pure, dumbfounded amaze- Cuba Is demonstrated by the with whoever prepared It. Oamesfor

\ ment such as, I suppose, would Island government actually goIng young and old are being WE INSURE C. B. ARBOGAST .
x TITLES
Also D gline had the'lId
have registered cow '
tz-Yard all out to protect Its two planned If it is possible to procure I
+ .e For v poke been tossed by a wild mustang native ducks-the black duck, fireworks such a displaywill Real ...... 'WATERFRONT* PROPERTIES InsaraJMC "
i"
described as being miserable eat be offered after dark. Any
Clearing <- Grading-1 bitching, He tells inS that X registered ing, and the Oaltlnuela a chicken money earned through the auc-
exactly the same expression -like, whlte-meated Cuban
tion otherwise will be placed
or
Diking, Etc.] when a 2 -lb. silver king wham- duck that definitely' tickle the in the Civic Center Fund I

med on to my surface plug gave palate. Hunting !season on these Notes From Northern MembersIt '
a mighty leap and broke my line. two natives Is limited to August I :
Maybe mine was a sadder look and September and hunters are Is a pleasure to hear from ,
---- Northern friends who winter
because Pruitt had loaned me restricted to taking 25 black our i ,
his only Hula Popper plug andIt duck and 15 Oaltlnuela a day. I

TELEPHONE OR P 26S was gone with, the tarp But But teal. rlngnecks. canvasbacks 85000. maybe 100,000, maybe I :
one what I remember out of that coots and mallards! That 150,000 was the long-range guessof CONINUOUS QUALITY
CAlL OR WRITE, thins experience happened five poses an entirely different Question one of the Island mot enthusiastic -. >
WELL HASTE "" minutes later when the tarpon duck hunters. ;
'VOLLRATHPlumber"
I came to the top 100 yards off Bag limit on migratory ducks? However, I met two Havana I' :

and contemptuously threw the Brother, there I Is no such thing sportsmen who kept books on :\ I
i plug back at usA In Cuba their hunting activities last sea '
e I t "Shoot all you can kill-that's son and the result was slightly "

grave oversight was made all there Is to It," a noted Cuban short of appalling. .
on the editorial page In last sportsman advised me. One of them calmly admitted
Bfe FOR week news-the name of Ralph Making an accurate check on killing a total of 1,132 ducks In OR YOU /NICKEL .

luick, Dependable Merritt being omitted from an the total number of ducks: killedIn comparison his companion was c I
editorial about the seizure of Cuba last Fall and Wlntet Just a piker-he'd killed only I
-- SERVICE t some gill nets up the North ForkIn would be a hopeless Job. Maybe )
forbidden territory (above the
MII886
Jvt AKt EQUIPPED TO J\NDLE ANY SIZE JOB fresh water line. Both Merritt ....-

*, ESTIMATES SWJMITTEDiMIrath and In Ralph this arrest-and Hartman participated the faultIn 7\ Rom where I sit. fy Joe Marsh

not mentioning Merritt lay
Service with the newspaper. Sloppy reporting e
Plumb g on our part.--and the

person responsible I was myself
LARRY VOLLRA! III In all these net cases, along with How to JJve Longer

AVron Ave. Stuart, Fla..L. the credit there Is considerable 1948lOttllO
kicking around, and I don'tblame 'xY
Wildlife Officer Merrittfor x

feeling badly about getting
the kicking around and none of Someone ...k,d Pappy' Miller Jut whoa h* gets aomeiKitki* ft easy a

the credIt. Merritt made the actual week how h* atayod *. spry. .t with a mellow glass dli on and
I arrests and was>ery muchon almty Pappy told klmi chats with the misses iSfil it'sr'Wef.itwhen 1

the jobCuban tbiM to to bed {
I work,I work go
n
4lT hard When I set I set loot.When From whet. I alt, relaxing Is i iBJIO a [
sportsmen are slaughtering -
I think I to thVteiut
America ducks while go sleep" art-MpeeUlly III ,

you and I are held down to a bag Anording lo DM HollliUr Chit fast-m.vl.g Inn.. AnJnhero's

which will hardly make gravy In formula hut far ..u.... "Bird nothing like a temp.B To glass ofhtor

the pan. work,* ..}. Doe, "..f.r.were cwt oajoftd vIlMltaiant eo*< j
We quote from an article by anjroM before Us tlm*. prodding psay-/e rMtoytnhat easy from \ +
Bill Snyder In the May editionof k* knew how and wbea to relax. f atiad thatf sued*diet a hard
Wildlife:" '
"Florida dqswoe
,yft Americas present system of Doe himself /(worki overtime,
t tI
migratory bird, protection Is slm with hi. daytime patients .t the

liar In many respects to lockingthe office, and his evening calls. AndCopyrijC :
stable door after your horse

has been stolen.Without .
1, doubt our present 1s,I ">'Sula trnun Foaoi.si.a
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Bullions. \

Add 10 It It with life Insurance.A ft* dollar In tte ,

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fiI, PAGE: TEN THE STUART 1iFWli' $TTART, MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA THCESDAT, JUNE It, 1941 .. _
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WI ; tuart e\u\ WISDOM OF SoLoMoN The Magic
/i' ijlt e I June Mon iu7l,1janJ

(ClOz:::=:=tOao===OI nillMlllllllllimillWUIMIIHI Bt Jf.. Blake .
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Published every Thursday at Editor: Stuart News No pry If set on the lavbh

Stuart, Martin County, Florida, Tin .publicity? your 1'iJ p C"r ha June} may H.. had by, the poorer comet nanmet" mJamie
by Stuart Dally! News, Inc.. a I
electrical code '
Rivnell
PACt Florida corporation. beers giving the wr/L/ 'j,

Entered as aecond-tlau mat I { a matte has been somewhat or'*" This column should have! been written at the bc>gi n"{

CUD matter at the post office at it d'+'f aia sided and mliiiJing up to dIe month for JUr\e,1J over half gone. June, ttt. best month'*.

AT 'Y Stuart, Florida, under the Acts present time with the result hut ol March 8, 18711. 1 bride. The ancient people thought the
1 I have been getting quite s bit'of JUlie full 01 *
Ad FREE PRESS better than other month. The full L *i
any
June was of f ,
o ,33 YEARS OF SW'ICF'ataH uncalled for 'criticism t am ask.
beanPatin ; r month Is the .I 21st! and 1948 being Leap Year nil timl C
and T ndo N... wn a seo..wrof I ing that you publish this letter in should tread carefully Married men live longer' thanIts .
u,. atusrt '1'1..... th. Sint _, the ng\\!
With 4 letter column to that ( '
A FREE PE0r1E 1a... tr.bU"h", In alert. A.'iI 18, your open 'not* longer-just seems Jonger. <
tacllillbly .lair.kra, .TN.,.d eM'r''_at.t w..M..n._....""..,'...."h e. other side of the tory can be tuU Some aiithoritte claim the name June was Men fro ;

r .Mu.k.... .....nd.I. Ut.. (!M.Wfl, Tho aunt. )ilea. IJ., .11.MEMBFK '''.' .,..,.. On April 16 1947. l Leon Taylor of Jupiter Mytlxilogy teaches u*' that Juno was the n' l-

I. .dIU" .... 1b"'I..k., .,. OM to Appeared I before,the City Commission .tire girds dnd the patron deity of marriage, Anyway "
a.sth tiurids' tuoIo. "'
.. and mjucited' that action betaken Romans gamed une which was their fourth month. of the".
Our trees have blossomed,. most fruit is Set\, Bowen
mLII \
toward adopting an uptoodatil
b Die month of *'. Bird are nesting and"bee
lire t ,
II' electrical code In the city. And what/ It, "o rare u Jay In )
MEMBER ((3)) 1948 Mayor Pence presiding suited unit Then if ever comet perfptt days;

I a; meeting of the elwtrk.nl contraotort Then Heaven fries earth IfI/ bee/ Wile" ,

t ". x, t would be called) ands, gomfaldncunlon And over it toftlu her memo tar taut
3E \r: held On April 26lh, Whether we look or,whether we, Men,
E t I Wt hear life tnurmur'ro p/Mcn/ '
tj :: NATlON LED TORIAL 19<7 meeting was caHed) at the -Joint. Room/ IootvU

: ASSOClATION City Hall with Mayor !fence tUl;presiding June makes,!. me think of very good t friend who La ,
In4t-'l which time fire "
C I" ? / : John Mann at and a representative.. : Br'er Wwslry, l who worked for The Stuart Daily New, j,1, '
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OF TilE ASSOCIATED TRESS from the vanoui electric. firm wepreSl'nt !\! of )years Ho had limo an A No, I reporter in lily day y liltK'N'n.1 ,!,
t TlM AwirtMKrtl" 1',_ Hi the sunset Of his! life in Stuart where he stained
"'" "luloly tu '1h side "lto rootnntlos ot III IIItt of (( Lap
I .' I! lnoSEtWIM< anrry. anr'aMl. .n Ihl. xan.wp---r, ., ...1ioll\ AP.. M.. di.w.teh... electrical and pod the was mutter discussed! a tow and 1 will.tlisc. this article with poem he wrote about )June vfrY ;

I '. 1iI'IHUlCI'iR, : / .'y' .." ..,.". .........Pukll.he. t to di'aw' FLORIDA IN JUNEM
nNT !. rlaw I .. .. a committee wa appointed P WamsU ,
y >* IN :: HMIIMtK; ors, :..::.: 'r. '" '.... ". 2::. : : ,Geer l; :::: up a code to fit the noetls of f t the These/ l halcyon, dun, Coft
I Y wrfcW) B strlt'falit; ... .. .._ Aeonuisa M.._ t cily Memlwrs JOHN II. MEMNHu'KR" '( /. ,,:, ,,, .... .' atndwn. ........ were David Pierce Leon raylol' days! I kite to evil them/
Such at,Adorn and,,Eve moat fuivefnjtyfd
11' RATES and t Charlo* A Christopher
I in dot Garden
Re ..n.. On. Y..., .. .. ,,,, :;rN Two Y.,1' ".,_".""""'.''' lass On May 14th 1947 appeared/ \Vhf/ \ earth newborn and /fresli

.4..rtiwlnl won madA.n: nil .,.u gall ...I.. 111. .._4v "* _. the dsktau 1 "chore the" city cranmfasiun/ and the hand of Hi CreatorRcfltrted ,
r.1W'r +...uM4 i 'r 'atu !'1 f r, N 1 stated that I had! been unable" t to" from
:i r.t.'t.t'.\ : ; '. : ; [) I
.TIM AuorfDtM f" I. i is au atlS ate : tttpubt MltloN .5.U sees I f heaven brightness' histituhtite
.. .. ..
_---.' ... .--.-." t at get together with the committee
1 and crystal' lAin, ,
C stated) be wouldtee !
em\\ Pone!
J Mayor
IN TRIBUTE TO PERSEVERANCE; towards And Cod handled' / In the Gordon in
be dine
what could
l the/ Cool of die/ .
: evening
,r\ Cowih ('oninu-loner (0, I 1)). <)umli\an, more than any getting( the committee toff( 'ther. Oil n
For ,this /if Horida/ and It to /June
I :Er'u' other mun in M'I,' tau (Poultry. <\\t' (I.f. this('/lmmunity f roll'i dogged: and persevering: effort which You Can't Count YourFishin' the commission. and, staled that the rarest here tuMimily.of monthlyAmi beautiful' .

t finally bnni"htUK' il!(' ']pining' of St IuInh't\ to actual- committee had met ami bud, drawn Cod
I 11f\\ t 1'1.> a fair dream of
L
4 iy! up a code City Minngi-r( a '
I J Fortune For man J enjoyment, here on,
: Eurit stated that he haul the Code.
With hi I long) engineering" background" both with the earth, when He would provide tin,
1 '. I\i\ : L:. S i.iijrin t'cl IM laid l in |IIf'u1J industry CommiHsioner and Mayor Fence staled that fin and beat
: : Faired! ,day of enchanting,
effort would tie mode to into :
(luillivanl'UK IhoI"II1Whl.fllmiliar with the (problems, en. By willierspoon/ ol sassy svjiihn.ls are tnattcrm' ui > lofg Oak tractShucks I go loveliness and eagles/" '
it tailed, and \I:irlin tnuntv wan fortanate to have him on (I1oruli MiKllife XligiiHiie(,' : ) :" I tell myself, the min at t the head of the, big the' matter A meeting of all, cUttrlcal Of itarlit beauty, laired jlouxrtentrancing .
TLM the board during a time when it looked extremely doubt Accordm l to the nt'W'pup! <'rs. fresh water fu>>hinsuppliiv countries will attic tin'It urguimnt (xaceful, bketlieyre l contractors was called" In long of birds
t ful that th( inlet t would>
I secured, many\ yearn ego I, year 'I I he exjMTts nay (hits the. round figure that way and lilY boy bad marks In 'rithim.tic ain't siding and The Finn code,Chief }John read! Mann and, 1 lain tparUing/ .in fun,

Accompanied' i) l by }*rw Trench: of the Chamber of hi". boys ,mid gills' spent for f fidun RatlgHs, bout. too Ik'rioUI. Maybe hell grow up to lie ,lire world discussed attending and the code' was adopted &un.irt that picture forth the Golden City
Commerce) Mi Quitihvan, wnt to Washington last year bit UK-pin' I'OUIII"" and victual while they were greatest; J sliotgun nuirksmin!. or cvin a writ In" filler was that 'lirt beyond *
nit>'-ln (the\ fitco local men with th*' help) of Mr C ngr bmen succeeded in acid perchrrfty rltlunitic. Two or) three times 1 kinda. (Hid off to was to up more beauty! toted

t getting the greet 1 \\\irhi\ ; iml ap priijriatiun, | of dome f 50,- -six million bucks xuimlnl like an awful sleep. : then I drill off into thinkin' bow lucky' I form of yi ordinance and presented He gave mankind Florida end the

1 1k 000 to do I the 'job ot nf dough' nlf'' until 1 gut to figiirin, that lishm am with so many good fro.nds-4lie kind that a feller This to code the (:commission kitted for around adoption and pdringaya/ / of June 9.J.

All looked rosy) until bids' were called late last year has u "kit, of odor valnts that even the smart Mlirstun ] run count on when a shoe starts lK.oJln'pretty\ bad was ..J. P. Blakeslee.]
{became lost ,somewhere in lire
All were ! btunnef when thing, get my filllut so bad that I hafts take off( on the first of the month just! like!. I always have vicinity of the city bull S.0G0:: : -:=:::-9O'HorticglturallySpeai==OCl

ia,?( But (Qu'nliMn ilid! not' give up. He made numerous m a solitary fuhni trip just to ease my worries. Then I olfet up silent thanks that tie Witlienpmmsare At lie( meeting!held of tlie.. City Commission '

I !; trips to Jao.kntJiivlilf] \ ? urging i the U S Engineers: ; to keep (1. of( wnk'for. iiwunw, my boy It-r: <'purt card gettin along so good tee !got! a regular job:,. I 29th Wednesday the May original !
the project sli'to and irking,' and through! his contacts 'mm scjsaol; >> 1 .I."ro l that he Wasn't doin' very good we've got t a solid roof over Our bests' .and Ma \\ itlier'sjxion and J94S, J presented the ..
impressed thee jw at Importance of this project to Martin III Vithnu'tu. I read 4 and ft: was full ofHiscoiirnglir h eotll. n' three mighty good] meals every day / \two copiei of rode OL OGOC-7000CS 00
County. Manv' of Ibt'M.tripli! he made at his own expense. Stinks! nlnmt maybe there'd be A' third All of a sudden' I discover that the sun Is solo!. that were typed bv' the clerk In theCity One of the Outstanding expert on plant identidra&ti( I
Hall While his { cola
On (ho tCOlld' tailing for bids again tJtl i contract offers World war. AiMither, writes predicted. \ that too whole pretty fist In the west nod it'* high time for me to ( Original jiminljiK! It I Dr. teas Croizat who for many years): *. '"*
were '11 exra's! ( of the appropnatHinAiut' the Engineers dam wodd winikl burn up' if we gut to usin' some get on b.ick home I wind in my1 hue pull up the old was being bounced nmiinit, thecommission I Arnold Arlxwtiim In Boston but now I II stationed l in \evraA'university

found extra: maul H' uvallRble and secured? the agreement IIf the new fungliHl,! atom bombs that the' scientists cement 1 block and Start poddhn hack to' shore. iteered by MayorRsker j faculty In Caracas. He write me this mitral' *! *
.
.. t' of the Wal' 'ii'fiartmpijt to puch, this project through lore "/,,"..Ii,,' aroinid' wilh" Then I gut to wlIT'in'al ) 1 tie my boat to (be stump and look at my watch drawn has an emergency' amendment : of "nMimnu" In the American tropic :
despite th
: 1 he 'Newill in, 'lirtj'f!is that the fact that we had a con- miiuth! :;,._wbere In the devil was the money) and ain't even ;caught the first {b.h-but some tow .,calling for the appointment of(. Dear Mr. Mcnningcrt 1 1Your

',k, plant r-jirw' tmtatiefjng( the '
tr + a county emi:4., : .i! H6r\ whose background and experience \ one 1.if !the times that I started wal] dn' haw c'f d like and I'm'1 Jest hungrier than a 1 Iioiin" orient trlcal to code of added to old .I.JCo 1 have received; |tie'. seeds! of Fowiuero formota; which I hismany
were 'n lint with the subipct-v> at one of the vita' factors "("WII i to tin river where. 1 i'v!! got my 12.fad rowboat "* some ten or twenty : beautiful seedhngl without the slightest trouble ..rI
ill'i-\'Cul'5nll (liii.I' 1'1J1'| medul! improvement despite the tics"] up to a stump tormiwt folks. that Ixmt wtiuldn Folks. it's true-I didn't citch one doggone fish I years; ago.!: ,
( hurdles which had (hi be, jumped bl' 1t'II..h. a nickli-but ,he', lieen my staunchest but my peace of mind is' worth a lot more than 56 At the May SOlh mooting t the ] must confess ,that,'while I am certainty not uiimmAljlreqm of w"1

l 't 7 (On the i Htt of Martin County, we extend! mncere- .ppreciatmn friend fur many a year and I Pm prouder clf her than million( dull.irs to me So, I reckon 'there'i plenty Mayor stated/ the Commission >4ts, I am thoroughly dbgutted with my prospects readd"'
to l the U S. Lrwineer Dept-and we also SUII'1esl tngl,md is nl f list9iledn Elizabeth. Fox a year now of oilier folks thnt'f cashin, In on Oils, came system would meet! and /go over\ the code,,*, term, if till present+ state of affairs continues. ,1| have '
ts d that the citizens! of tJill}: area take time off to thank he" old bout has I is(in to loallii!. in a seam. or two but every day in Florida. and decide which raw to adopt \shire I do nothing, lest doing something I go crazy f figlsiiyt'

i O D. Quinlhan IIt'rwtUt.lyjor}! never giving up the battle, I[ clip Tier' out with my rusty bukm!. powder" can and 4 The value of wipin', worry-out of your Inlnd,1t,! At the Commission meeting( Iwld.. .) (that continuously and to no success.
'" J' even when it louKcd\ toughest Hill was a genuine civic d"lI.( l$ hzy like, I paddle. close to shore pn the other; something that can't t he put into the First National i June 9th .Mayor Baker! stated the In ilia country thetas much "good will* In, the seer*t*"**\*
j !service on behalf of his county. side of the river and toss my cement I block anchor Bjnk and the smart experts cant use It for figgerin'Out commission had decided to adopt holy would, like to do right, and to perform great/ tiling*. i
i iverboard exactly how much fresh water Esliin/ is worth. I the t;>emergency amendment but is grand) and glorious, rod lIt.body'ays a word against it. "!

WAR ON HYACINTHS 1 bait my limb, ; fill up my pipe and settle/ down Jisliln In Florid.] ) list year, oocordin" to my I due to the absence of one member Wer, you (puff out tlie- pencil!, and wy, "Well. (bo')1.' LeO"tlxm
10 .wildnn. the red and white" bobber], easin' up and newspaper, was .worth SO million/ dollar Shucks of the commission he !could ,not they. iiuail. and in 99 per cent of the cases you end | *
i c' Martin County sportsmen J> led by \\V C. (Bill ) Armor, down HI the slilmmcrin, water The birds are ,Ingin'I that figg. et ain't even a drop in the bucket nccorclmj get the amendment passed that no one has any Idea HOW TO DO IT, but ads sty wklr aIL
II' an umJi'rtaklnr/ foI ipe out the hyacinth plague on the pretty snigv all along I the I river "batik, and a-coiiplo, J j to the Withenpoon way of thlnkm'; : Thin mutter will be 1 brought: HO a '
South I"ork of the Si. Lue ._ I the .
a. I at regular meeting( .on, Wednesday Wd I know of the country, and ill botanical !tWuI5W ""
1 Armor ix rai*,'/ng/' a $25,9! ) fund to buy special horrfiones June 23rd For your' Ira J should judge, as .a matter/! of fact, that we understand 1)tIIuP') ;
which will bp from airplane to kill the insidious formation and
U
sprayed for all concerned)
a* 20 cent of Its plant-world and this percent we y.Satisfactorily .
per
green weed that are choking to death one of the most HERE FRIDAY JUNE 18RQ the amendment proposed by (hit Right under nose there' an immeiaefuU f / my
beautiful streams in America! : is substitute and
Mayor a i I. not ton I and a no ten immense field of organization of pWII--, !
,
L cal fishermen are clipping in $5, $10, $25 apIece the original code that was drawn However I have the of ear to driw' ten awl"
If to help the good work which will be continued on other up at the. request; of the former not even got use! a '
r I' .p town. If out. | my own Plk'"jTland
r hyacmth-infstt streams In the county. After the 'airplane City Commission, and adopted d by ( life hero b two ttimes asscostly a* In the 1> ) J
t < !;\ spraying, the residue will be killed by the hand (the electrical contractor*of Mar. ] tfO
: spray method A supply of the plant hormone wilt be tin County, helpers ROWING: hdld
\\l; vl f t left with E I 1.. Rhodes at South Fork br;dge and baas fish- This ii a true picture of fire electrical 'I I teach at the university am charged with tins and t *.
; I trmen will be furnished with hand sprayers to put the ) situation and I hive too thing mint be \VOl ked out on a shoeilring. and skYp1tg" T PI
I kiss of death 1 1r duly males lore.
that you
I tilt
j} was on committee< to
I' ; s. This I stream is one' nf our great assets It offers recixation \ tiittlY draw up the original!: code and V\1ietlie the situation I is due for a change, or not I teaI l lI
both lor our" 1 nuri'tll and home folks] How about ""IIII.Illke. to lee justice( done, I have made, no aecret ol: my Inclination, *n.1 l the gets.

I helping thi good work along by mailing a bill or a Check Charles. A: Chrislnplter.I persons 1 who. outfit, Id count, and they have promloed me'hisi
! ; today to W (1', Armor. John N. Mann or Ernest Lyons of v ration"not only] but Wlngly spoken pf days to COrM *. j
, J The News k I Connihaeen, Denmark,, 'Ito! ahld! ttl do at least'lllllletbing. J l tusks all this with pal''

lone 5, 1948 m hope and fear, .
!
a., -oa coo i ====:roao.c: .:==::::loCio ; <
1'' WITH THE OTHER EDITORS t e.. J iir tie : Editor Stuart News,, So, when you read that a certain' plant grow WII( v-..'..
i We flew the. ocean Afuie know that I am 'In Venezuela you argue 'from your' **r

t=:: : Oa70CL0: =0C'==O=o.oGot: ; experience Now looking/ at what redly that I tan) get It. Wen, then, with USA mgon"'tdk| !)
1 k"ft 1. Many unusual) sights to see beyond comparison nearer certain Venezuelan centerd
CONSERVATIONpalm ''
+sJis 'st".L'a't.Gteaa'Lnt' vw on )this side, of the wntrr. Ware VemuueUn means In sum, ,jt .if all I mess..

/ ( Beach Post) The revolutionary new Ford feud r sedan for 19 ia lower, wider, roomier and provides doing our best to cover! it Much Best asrhred that I will do all I can the very t tattati_:
I One of th( recent: election races had for an Issue the nearly 25 per cent more visibility. \ 's sorrow i II also In evidence.Vhrm Iholl I have under my hat great many requeslS,, )rout sad ,
F question/ of seining fish from tidal waters among the up. we get bock 111 take Michigan hi I keenly feet I 81ft af"ny, unxbb 1.. to I meet. I It ,";.
lands It was a v'gorous race. Those interested in pre. THE SJpISATIONAL NEW the jiimroer /and Florida. 'In the winter .; titiudiun Aw nothing f Ji more steered !Jhan pot to M sllJe -Jl j(
venting seining came oft victors. ven if,the f Ming J'S l lasy like i this *T
Frankly, we ate pleased{ I jeep and drive a }iasdred mile, lo a country : ,I
at that Andy W, Andwion. thing' to learn, Yet: you drive over 10,000, miles Mail
The equation i* a simple one. We would rather 1946F (> drive! 10.
sell fish at ten dollars a pound than at ten cents a TOUCH TIME. lor ibe-candor tfil letter and rest' saidnot !.j,
pound. Commercial fishermen integral First co-ed: "I 1 wUrthe fratem-. Forgive me J in ,
are an part
f
of our economy. They should have the fullest me..wure I Ity, boys would Hop bothering( me.". forget your many oouiteale

s'' of support and protection. Put it il folly indeed YOU AE INVITED TO SEti IT Second Co-ed: "But. you don't : Sincerely yours, LEON Cy f

to destroy the goons that lays the golden egf. ON DISRLAY AT.OUR SHOW ROOM know /any fraternity boys." Leon Croizat
,
Conservation In Florida is a crying issue. The crim First co-ed :"That what f fa '

1 inality of destroying those things which lend luster to the pothering me-Buzz Saw Car Apdo.' 255Venezuela JA.(

I State ad a sportsman's paradise, Is certainly obvious. Wet $ _
TRY IT
reiterate that we are pleased to gee conservation win a vie. SOMETIME Uni..itherti ; lrit..al.-.
:
We will Youth (to fair companion): la a moral and ,
tory support full enforcement of l law in this Web MotorsWEB dhupr"dust
i respect Ordway have you ever tried listening to in America, we hal1 all sops. day "

I Profligacy, even with Nature,.ia a ain and outre,.. a play with your eyes slier of an atomic ...Io io 'It I I. the bum"

m It ahould be topped, we believe. We have no hesitancy Voice tried((from row behind): have Church to bring. about,, this_ngesratiosa Dwiht D, tile .
you listening( to one with _
in stating that belief* dating it firmly with your
a the ORDWAY FORD BLOC. 'STUART mouth ihut? Rotary In Atlanta
aggreative purpose of demanding protection of 1/as ewhat's
Atlanta The leave
told women
.Georgia. storiea by
J our wild life in the fullest meaanre. H '
funny. ,

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u ggT WEDNESDAY CHURCH ITOCTH TO MEET Indian Ricer Drive In Beach
Rare Volumes Jensen WIVES AND MOTHERS OP DRINxING MEN j

7gllahassee the postponed Chicago-Key church youth of By CHARLOTTE HELIIERMr ALCOHOLISM J
of the norm railroads iQ Southern Stale will hold a
arlag
r increased match freight the rates rate and and regional conference at Lake Junaliuka Given Library Couples Have -Day Visit ,and Mm Richard Silvester SseseufsUr Tr at.I O.SS.HOSPITAL We.a Of Hei, ellaaNoaWHITS '

already W approved by thepmtselak N. c. June 27-July }, it and daughters, Fay Walker and Writ. Per form eiee I '
Ngea +ere next 'Wedne*. was announced here by Miss Of Congress Henrlan, and ton, Richard Jr., 8290 Cs.er.t Av.ss. Ph. 601 St. PaesMera. Flu. t 'I

, Helen Spauldlng, associate executive After 50-Year- SeparationBy of Rlchland, N. C., were guests -- -.. p' ,
i last week of Mr. and Mrs W. A. t j
aecretary of the United By JmUDSWash1ngtol..tMaln. Palmer of Bewail Point.

Christian Youth Movement, J. Roten- MRS VIVA C. BOAT Mrs C. H. Munch, Mrs H. W. SILLY ? t ,,.J. ,.

which 1 It sponsoring the conference raid has lust given the Library Mr. and Mrs R. V. Ankeny recently Un's mother, Mrs N. R: Gilbert Munch, Mrs. W. B. Goodrich and 'It ,
of Congress another priceless rrom Dowaglae, Mich. Mrs. J. W. Lee attended the golden \ + J""
lift of rare books had a surprise two-day After spending/ three monthsat wedding anniversary of Mr. EORRK8p8YJ atMIottrnoslfr No More So Than Risking 11 i itLl

sea N Hta nags APPRENTICESHIPS FOR {3 The eon of the late Julius visit from the Rev and Mrs. Ned the Gifford home In Walton, and Mrs J A. Lower in, Palm Tvctfm! '
Rosenwald, Chicago philanthropist Turner of v toll Angeles whom Mrs. A. N, Glfford her daughter, City June t. Your New Home By i '

Tallahassee\ June IT Apprenticeship began a fabulous collection they had not seen in 80 year, Miss! Loretta O if ford. and Mr*. Miss Dolores Bartlett of Stu. .pI I

agreements ,were of boot and prints more than Ankeny and Turner went fe GOTord sister, Mr. W,J; Ander- art was the week-end" guest of ,Inadequate pi' 4

tbN.HsNHN. made with! S3 young people to 25 his years ago. In 1943 he deeded school together In Corning Iowa,I son, from Laurel, Miss,. left Miss Rita Taube. : Unsafe Wiring
enter the collection of books to the 'library
apprenticeship program Tuesday by motor for their Mr and Mrs Edward Parnell -
during May.'Carl B. Smith,, of Congress and his prlnta'to and their wive had Mnet f homes QUTord spent a month and family of Miami were guests
chairman of the Florida industrial -'' the National Gallery The Through the years they 'would I here and since has made a nUm- of his aunt Mrs. C. H Munch, SEE US y
Commission laid today' new group of magnificently\ hear occasionally of each ether ber at trips back to fish and Friday night enroute to East FOR GUARANTEED ;
I bringing the total number In, lustrated books and manuscript and the friendship of youth lingered paint His fishing skill ta knownby Waterford Me. where Parnell \;
i 1 r WIRING'r
will be
the program to 2403. I on display In the library's distribution Of his catch z ,
will have charge of Burchrock
.
____ I exhibition hall 1 throughout this When the Turners decided ;, r '
IIIIIIIIIIIIMIIHIIIIMIIIIHIIIUIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMII I I I l I IIIIIIIIMIIHIIIIIIIIIIIII I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I to Florida their among the neighbors With no Camp for the summer 'Ij
summer. \ I It" tour u part of art lesions to his credit his ,

"B E C/K E R s" 1 Iof 15th Among of Century the the volumes by books William printed are t Caxton In number the-, of of summer years the Ankenys neither vacation recognized After they the thought Japw each paintings! as ate example highly of fine complitt art- Margaret Oreenwold Miss Kathryn Young and, Harroll.Mrs.Mrs ,'Frances Harold: MrH t r s ,,,j .;,

the :first English printer. Rosen- other Week-end guests at Mondamln Cruse of Mounds. Ill, are spend-
3 Mile No i Stuart on U. S. 1 '= wald now has 18 of the 100 books From Florida the Turners will Ranch\ home of Mr*. Laura ing a week here at the Gamble I", lr, ,
Howard and Turner
Miss Georgia -
CUSTARDS which Caxton printed One of Visit their daughters in ,New fottsge. ; f
,0
>ZEN were Miss Amy Lee Palmer ,
:
DELICIOUS I these, the "Game and Playe of i York and Detroit. W, I* and Cheney Fredricksen ; ) ,
from
and Baker
Miss Dorothy
Cheese! U the second book to are, returning this week from
NOW rfPEN TO SERVE YOU ,I be printed In the English langu- !, Numerous Informal; ; parties,, Orlando. Invited into the party an aerial tour of the Western "

Hot Dogs /* Hamburgers ..'. .. Sandwiches B age. It Is a morality book, using 'motor trips to Miami and Palm A for,D.Sunday Merwin' evening and Arthur dinner Phillips were States and Mexico. t .'tf:;,

Cold Drin. s.. Coffee .. ". Milk Shakes: fEN chest pieces as examples and Beach,beach parties and dancing .' \01 !p nlawn. Mr and M-s Jack Schoene- 'I ": '
showing how their counterparts at different club were on wald of Coral Cables are spend
8 A. M. TO 11 p. M. '| in real life should conduct them the program of entertainment\ Coming from Orlando: to spend tug a few weeks at Wards Lodge. I t

iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin'iiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiCOUTANT selves on a high ethical plane. for Miss Emily Strewn o( Orlando the week 'send with his parents, Peggie Munch, daughter of Mr \ { ,
$ Mr. and Mrs Ruben T, Johnston, I II
Hiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiii Another interesting item is the |
the house guest
who was and, Mrs. Charles Munch, of
worlds only copy 'of> 'Helyu week of and Mrs. Lane vine Ml. and,Mrs. Arthur Johnston I
last Mr Langley, S. C., arrived Tuesday FOR YOUR EAVY HAULING r
The Knight of the Swan" print.' Jennings and their son, ,Harry, to spend the summer with her I f iZr
ed in London in 1512 and said Of Walton, Topping these enjoyment E R. )Ensey!: Fred Mattox and grandmother Mrs C H. Munch t '
to have cost more than $19000: was a buffet dinner Friday Donal Ensey drove to Palm "
Mrs. C H. Alderman, Jr.. en*
There is also a 12th Century evening in the Jennings Beach' and Lake Worth Monday .
tertalned the Tuesday bridge
COMM RCIAL PHOTOGRAPHYRe manuscript about the book of home. Guests were Mr and Mrs. Mrs R C Phelps, Mrs e.RM VAnkeny club at her home on South River ; < ::t trL
Exodus, Its original white deerskin :
: John Dqnal Ensey who arrived I Mis Helen Drive. High scores were made by r -
) Estate Photography \binding Is the oldest binding I that day*at'their' new home In E 3 Burn and M-*. Max Shaln- Mrs R 8 Robertson, Miss Elizabeth I L
In the Library Congress. Walton from their wedding trip, held :are; among Drive members Robertson and Mrs. Adolph I 4slr5

Attractive Phot* of Your: Fishing Party and Catch.; Frederick R. doff, chief of the hiss Katharine: rrYMtO':{ : on committees for the meeting Hertel. Others playing were Mrs
rare: books division of the Libraryof I ton, her fiance, -of Monday of Ruth chapter OES Lewis Gamble Mrs Seymour IrA, 'fH
XlD Congress, says Rosenwald has Jacksonville and Miss Jacqueline when Mrs Elizabeth Penn, worthy Gideon, Mrs E J. Ward, Mrs C wf ,
PORTRAITS AERIAL! PHOTOGRAPHY Jce\ able to "buy for the library I' Fosdick and Bob Enns of 1 Brand matron of the Grand H. Alderman, Mrs. T R. Hellier )r''
things which have been lacking Fort Pierce. Chapter of Florida, will make
KrycterBldf. \ Box 263 Phone 324 Miss Georgia Turner, Mrs Laura
tor many years that the library I Leaving Tuesday for the university tier official- visit. All Visiting Howard and Mrs. E. A. Emerson t
has never been able to afford at Tallahassee for a Stars are invited A supper will f :
He has Dot given his collections I three-day P-TA training course precede the meeting It is requested MELALEUCA LODGE \ I
to his Alma Mater, or to private WU1 be Mrs Lucille Sasso of An- by Mrs L. W. Scott Mr. and Mrs Charles Gay at- t r
FURNJTURE Institutions but to all the people" kona, president of the White chairman that reservations be tended the graduation of Gays' .
-and no strings attached, says City Parent-Teacher Association made Immediately by calling son, "chucker," at Pompano CMC heavy duty trucks a your best bet for heavy fl
V Ooff and Mrs. Betty Griffith from! '703or;) Mrs. R. C. Phelps at Beach High School June, 2. On hauling. They're designs .engineered and produced i ""

QUALITY ,..j'l'' 'a ST LE and CHARMFo prints Rosen and wald books Is collection now running of Walton.R. 1150.VV. June 3 the Gays continued toMiami I by truck specialists: uilt by the world' largest I. I i
\ Into millions of dollars The rare T Johnson of Walton andR. Harry Jennings and Miss Emily to stay over night with I exclusive manufacture commercial vehicles. They ;

Living Room, Bed Room Dg ,Room and Kitchen books which number well over V Ankeny of Ankona returned etrawn left Sunday by plane Mr and Mrs. Wendell Meat yard, I have tough and rugged avy duty axles, frames, trans- t a'
,Thursday from VPTO Beach for her homein to the Lodge Friday I
from Coral Gabies Theyl'eturned ,
Our Line I Ia omplete 1900! are kept in an air-condi where Johnston went for a Orlando Jennings "will continue afternoon.Mr. missions,clutches: bra a'. war-proved, truck-built r .'i$
tioned wing of his residence, Hospital Tallahaweo where he Mrs. O. W. Fitch who gasoline and Diesel e ine. And they're available in ,
A VISIT WILL CO VINCE YOURoddenbury checkup la the! Veteran to and .
Philadelphia, free from "
near Is a student In the university have ,been spending some time wheelbases, chassis a equipment option that permit -
Furniture noise and dust.Elaborate devices. set Miss Edith" and Miss Gertrude working on his Bachelor of Psychology at the Lodge have returned to a truck type s fically:/ engineered for your I' I' ''
are up
in his Alverthorpe Oallery at Norcross from Babson Park returned degree. He was graduated their home In Oakland Park, particular type of he y hauling; work. Substantial I f t "
Cor. AT*. A and N. 2nd t., Fort Pierce Jenklntowrt. Pa. 'against pos- to their home sunday \ in Gainesville last February Fla. production allow fast elivery on most models. Get a I

sible theft or fire One of these after a week's Visit with Miss with a degree of Master of -- husky, heavy duty G and get it right away. 1J 1\g
business administration
Ethel Kynaston and Mr* Fanny Science in '
electric beam, put in
Is an opera- !
through the night If some Btreeter in Ankona Miss Kynas and anticipates entering WE BUY -- Junk; '
tion
returned froma medical school He I* the grand- .r
JOE"SLEY ton ha recently ,
alarm /
't
its path an I
one crosses
rings In a neighboring village, trip to Minneapolis where she son of Mrs. Kate Wortham of vvTeckefL-tar, scrap THE TRUCK A GASOLINt '. \ I I II '

M ) bringing forth the police I accompanied Mrs. E. J.'GOft and Stuart., copper s. OF VALUE a DIESEL 'I '
Mrs. J. C. Chilson who *ere winter I
EMPLOYERS INCREASE guests in Ankona and Palm AGREEMENT!: APPROVED SISCO'S
PLU MBING Tallahassee. June 17. Re I Beach. I
1 fleeting an Increase of 58 over Mr..and Mrs." James t. Crouch Agreement approving an AUTO PAR ,i' "
JOBBING CONTRACTING the previous month, the number have closed their home In XI- between the State WILEY MOTOR CO. ( ', '
1 Road Department and the Flor South Dixie
Prompt, Efficient Service II Work Guaranteed oil employers subject to the Florida dred 'and gone to GreenwoodLake R. R. for State' HiAway
East Coast a !
unemployment compensationlaw N. J for the summer' ida Fort PieroPhone I
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NIGHT OR DAY of the FEC I'
I Road 714 crossing
reached 11.318 at the end of Miss Katherine Ensey of Walton 9 RUSS WlgEY
to
Fort Pierce
line from
May. Carl B. Smith, chairman who came over from the branch North Federal, Highway Phone : i
246 Harbor was passed unanimously i 2.1.
Just Pho Lake
e of the Florida Industrial Commission university at Gainesville to be I at the ,SRD boards ,, ,
reported today One of the maids at the ,JuleI/ --w------ -- '
wedding of her brother, John I meeting\ In Tallahassee May 10. : I 'i

Don, Ensey, to Miss Idoma The crossing would be locatedon L ..t
In the -
county
Martin Highway
of Vero Beach returnedto
Monroe
West Palnl Beach DirectoryWhen her studies Monday morning/ "s northwest corner Okeechobee about 2 ,'" '
Miss Ensey will receive her B.A. I miles east of the :
degree July 22. Sunday her parent i County line And about 15 miles : r :. ,
, In West Palm Bel h Thtse Firm Appreciate Your 'Patro are Mr. and MrS: E R. Ensey, northwest of IndlantowniiiiiimnmiiiiiitiHimmiiiiiiiiiiimm. '

had a family dinner for her and r
the( bride and groom Aroundthe
!
BADCOCK'S MOM" HAWTHORNE CARD OF THANKSWe .'
s boom TO ess table centered with carnations .
ROOFING CO. and fern were the nosh, vitfit to thank all the
!
512 Clematis St. the honorees*, Fred Mattox of friend twEoNjave! in any way f l'u u
a00FINc-.snuT METAL Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs contributed to TV having such a "
Furniture and HKATIN&VEHTILATUIO.WATERMtoorma Eddie Fairburn Ensey up from happy day on JuV B. It was a
House Furnishings! op IANX r ofOMSTaa1T. Miami for the day. "wonderful day to\ us and we'
LCMATra ..d OLIra On account of rain the picnic truly thank God icf true friends. )
supper that had been planned God bless you all, 1 J'
.. at Jensen Beach In .honor of- In Christian I IMr < I ti ;fd: i
,Miss Emily Strawn#, house guest ,,---.-
Mary is popular PARTY LINER of the Lane Jennings, was held ..andlKs'J:. K Lower. i
a .
In nlng the Ensey Participating home Saturday were Miss eve !imimimimiifimiiiimiuiimiHiiiiiiCLINTONE.!!!! .!I! !!!!! tirst in quality findLOWESTPRICED ;F

Strawn, Harry Jennings Mr and p I ,+
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Mr*. Donal Ensey, Miss Kather : t
!He Ensey and Fred Mattpx jA1 Ii
Fred AUIspaw has been Called i 1
to Los Angeles by illness of a
v. sister, Mrs Ailis>taw and hv sls- '
er-ln-law; Mia, L. Jtoeflich, of ESTA E in its field f t 'Ipsi

Port> Pierce1 are, vacationing in n
New York. y
Mr*. Max Shalnfeld Is expect
ed home this week from a visit
Properties o 11 kinds
In New York Toda %when not value any woy fig"' it. That's, why 1 a 1
evening
Host for snack and an for sale.
of cards Sunday were Mr. means ost to every more poop buy Ch.vroI.ts-and moreChevrol..lhall r ri%
and Mr*. James 8. Askln for Mr.' ikr
American family, CM vrStt continue to people any other ;
and Mrs Joseph Worthington'and
Also ale and inaus'. '
Max Shalnfeld: r s offer the foww>-pnc d Sine'V pas eeger make of c Thot' why w. believe you, t

was Bob the Cashman dinner guest of Fort Sunday Pierce of ane.Ed. ,* i can. In Hi Held as wR ai rw only/ line too, wilt .. that CHEVROlET AND i,' i !J

BIG-CAR QUALITY AT ONLY Ol ROlET IS FIRST III dollar s; :
A. D. Mcrwln and Arthur FhiUlpa\ ,, ot can giving .
.
at EUenlawn. and Mapp LOWEST COST! Yet, Chevrolet gives value os k' rat In .glslratlons. : }
Word ha been received front \ ? +
:
i
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Conklin of tare value, any way you look ot It, .
Sauk Centre Minn, that they Realtor -. SPECIAL EXTR..LOW ;.: i 't
have moved Into their new homeIn TlUS.- I0
PRESSURE / ,
Claremont Calif. The, Conk-i P. O. a'cade Bldg. .. '6w. "'a h f
line who alternate their winters ...Wtd.-aIIS'tu. '
between California and Florida one 19 .........n. C.rel., env ,
b ,. built attractive, at Ed- ,......",.. .'_farr. r
p Milawn:: \last'year sew occupied 4 dah.w ,
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0 last winter by Mr. Conk CHEVROLETFIRST :, .
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II + ,\\i'da re,i "" r teed ........ Indeed.
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SW considerate of others 4' ow;;; IS ._- '

She It'* Sprayed Into All Crack a Crevice* > I l lt
interrupt +
never + .
Of Your Car "
when line U in use MOTO SW <;o\ ." ,' ,,. i
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She
reletie line
in emergencyh. YOUR CAR rllLFlFXID WHltStuart C unvioreTHa
ttime : MODERN METHOD or IICATIONTw '
jive*,party called Are Is.lt.d N I..q..e TIo .r M.tb.d.

to answer d Servic Station ROYAL PALM CHEVROLET CO. l .

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PAGE TWELVE: THE STUART NEWS, STUART, MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA,.THURSDAY, JUNE 17, IMS

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; HARRIS PROMOTED OtfGIITERSON MAKING BOOST IN FIRST CLASS The first wrlttctj use of the "iralre at the beso

Ii Caldwell Cites Gains Made /,000Passenger CRUISE WITH RESERVISTS EXPRESS RATES APPROVED expression, "half of the dog" U made thre Ai" n p
pJ\\ Marion Harris son of Mr. and Planes Forecast I believed to be contained ID an Cure for "the hesd lsY splalne

i ,, ( 'Mr* WUey Adams of Jensen Sap Juan, Puerto Rico En- Tallahassee--Increase In first English translation Gf a French Itseif of l mace
State His Term In 161*, when of wine," s
Beach! Fla. recently was promoted By During I By Kissimmee Law slgq\ William A. pugnterson, 21 class express rates by 10 per book published

'J i; to the grade of corporal of Stuart, Fla./Is among HI cent has been approved for the I t

,while serving with the Army stationed Naval, Reservists their Railway Express Agency by the
; By MILLARD F CALDWELlThe to stop talking about better mILking
airplanes
,ir Okinawa. it passenger In the off Florida Railroad and Public Utilities We Have Moved to Our New a
PAGE r I on was announced governorship /has proven health, schools and roads and annual two-week training cruise ors
by the public information ; decisively do something about log They are if a municipal board the escort Mc- Commission, after the -307 'E.. Fo
destroyer
to be 0. mo t Interesting expert I them. ordinance proposed as a Joke by agency showed that It was required -i e
CLIO office ot headquarters Phll1pplneaRyukYIi. -, the Mayor and city ot Clelland out of Jacksonville. of
t. ,1'I'e. The office carries with It attorney to assume an Increase NEW FURNITURE
TVAd "' "w command in not only great honor but unparalleled In harmony with this new Kissimmee nearly 40 yean ago Oughterson is a student at the nearly $1,000,000 a year In expense :- 1
MINSCHKE
Manila. A graduate of Stuart public policy we moved into the
opportunity to serve the' proves as prophetic In this field University of Florida. due to wage and other
i V'I\, Training Sch'xil.( corporal Harris field of public health with: energy
of aviation it has In allowed
State. Although the Job has been u many actors.[ The also Is -
I J enlist-d 1 at Camp Blanding'ln.November We reorganized the department The Itinerary Includes! three agency
I !; i I have others. The measure, suggesteiin second class
apart f fI II a tough one enjoyed the to Increase Its
1845, and sailed for I' upped 1U appropriations days of liberty In this tropical
1908 when there
,1 work. Lmuat confess, however, probably rates to TS cent of the first
Palm per
*(, I ; r"j' the. Far East the :following May. that I look forward with anticipation and now wt are makingreal were, less than 25 airplanes in I capital of Puerto Rico with the class rates T
Wlthi I -
j I 1 remainder the time being
\ j progress.We
\"I to the first of the year < the world, would have Imposet
JacilK i when I can return to private launched a program incancer a license tax on aircraft, spent at sea with particular emphasis Dogs probably began to bark NEW TASTE

slbly I" life, give some, attention to my control which should assure ed them to carry requlr-I laid on the paining of only when they became ''domes IN ICE CREAM 1
,.. to every citizen the opportunity low newly-enrolled reservlsU who'have '
regulated flying. It
I town affairs and indulge my interests ticated. Delicious and Sundaes Mas
in farming, fishing and of medical and hospital have licensed airports too a never been aboard a Navy Soda
hunting. care in a battle against this terrible step which now has been taken ship before. All the reservists \

It was my good fortune to be disease We frankly faced by 39 States-and it even forecast will disembark at Jacksonville. ROTARY C iliid Platet and Sandwiches
the hookworm, anemia and malaria airspeeds of more than 200 Saturday, _
tnaup,rated with no hampering sr a..d.'ii Drug Sundr>s CoimDANIEL'S
problems with determination teshah's
> obligations ,. miles an hour.
and consequently
t The oolachan (Uh Is fat aluY.
so
to to
/ able to appoint mf official famIly do.our part correcting The catch to the Kissim tlAUNULaPn.e.a / '
\ only Y.
i .A :
Word of Advice them. We lead the country In and oily that when dried It can
on the basis of qualifications ordinance Is that It _
mee
3'f' j'j' /from Folks who the provision of local health departments never be used as a candle by putting *Aaaw a.wwaarJssw.wr The Friendly Spot In the Post Office
The
was adopted. proposal was Aiwa,
know! Insurance ,,11111111111111111111111111111111111I11I11I111111Tatlahas -more than 87 percent a wick through it. |
printed in the Kissimmee ValleyGazette.
Always\' _," t/lt\ Governor of the population of !this The day after it appeared _on_. ,..----.--- ---- -- --
r Millard Caldwell has State have the protection of local -
congratulated the Mayor declared he r
1 UPTURN in Auto- "j Fuller Warren on his services dedicated to the relief had been "ridiculed out of town" Dollars & diiijjt Trade:k
1N I .' mobile Deaths and nomination to succeed him and of sickness and the Improvement and planned to leave the next 1 _
offered him "the facilities of of health. While we have day for California. However, his f '
t i Injuries, WHEN Spent :)
1f my office and of the administrative doubled our expenditures we mind was changed by the attention .'" '
VACATION DAYS
1 "J a af enriei" until the governorship have more than doubled the the proposal drew. Scoresof Atllome' MARTIN COUNTY C:1tJ
COME. We Urge .
I Ir I changes hands In benefits of the health program.In tributes were paid the "wise
You to go on your M January.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. the field of education, 1945 and and
farslghted" mayor city Stay
Summer Trip i t I found the State In a most un- attorney. Requests for copies of BUSINESS DIRECTORYComfy:
4 FULLY PROTECT : enviable position: We set about the ordinance came in from At Home
j ED with Liability tot the jobs to be done. I am !.he job of' doing something ; foreign countries. 1 h

and Accident Inlurance | 'especially splendid records pleased l of department with the Citizens worthwhile Committee for the schools consisting A This still didn't make KJ.salmme& Your Business Card In This Section Every WeeR( ',,Will Bring You Business '

Call Us nKODAY. adopt its/ordinance. Butt _._.
1 heads and board 'rnembers, As of 15 outstanding Florida men wouldn't have to make many ,
and women, was asked to make
an example of the splendid clt- I -
I changes to put It into effect to-
Izens who are serving in these a survey. On the basis of their
day-though It might see fit to I
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E MAPPI I capacities, I point to Jackson report the 1945 Legislature Increased eliminate the provision requiring : Boat rage Plumbing & Heating
ville's\ own Ken Guernsey of the State aid to county: airplanes to carry and use bells, as MoatCLAMOROUS
t I I State Road Department and re- schools by $8,000.000 with a resulting Sheet Metal '
whistles or horns
in
Fresh
R LTORP.O. ter,
; mind you that he is typical of and quite obvious Im i I II Naw CLo Y
rcndePho Corer Stalls.Dr PUMPING SYSTEMS
the group I owe them a debt I I provement.The roe out w
menta and beautification and,, ,
19 same committee continued N. Jo' 'P. 'P. am.d
a of gratitude for what they have I
I ... LIFELESS
in addition, have established 14 Storage ..
done to raise the standard of to work, with the aid of outstanding .
r w aH Kloi Ida's Government I experts drawn from I wayside parks. Six additional I I STUART PLUMBING HAIR

You 11'11remember\ that inI I over the country throughout the I wayside and parks are under have been construction.approved Ja son'g Boat II I & METAL WORKS Little
ensuing two years and, on the
1945 the war was still In progress I
I and that for several years! basis of reports submitted to the Unfortunately, although we are Works II sox S4SPHONESI

I u had not been possible to meet 1947 Legislature, Florida's system I meeting the need for finer and I I Dap rot Nlfkt' SS-M. I Beauty fchop
of education was completely safer roads, too many people are Jrn.rs 9..A Pls.. at. wC
the demand for expanded services II* K AKRON AN/ MOMS
being destroyed by highway acidents. -
revised. The ,
Legislature approved -
In Florida. There was a general
consciousness among the the recommendations of Our roads are too con- ___. .
the committee and, as a result, tested. As rapidly as possible .on -
citizenship that public health,

I Ij,r'd: public education, Institutional has Florida's changed educational from close position to the lie give program Florida must the finest be expandedto system SEY''S' ; : Web dwaTMo
development
care road building park -I
,;,' and many other ,.activities bottom to well toward the top, In the country. Uncle Billy r--
I
Golden ,
'. I needed our first attention Education costs money but it The task of easing the burdenfor ate Camp rI ors

'f l ''j;, ,: I' after the close of the war.I pays cash dividends. For' State the blind, the dependent Cabins Trailers lagr...,..... ,....1101.... .r ".-A.'koO', tEALE5 MFO
I children
and
the aged has not
'I' ,', I discussed these objectives In aid we are spending nearly 139-:
..U'fl \ I: my 1944 campaign and clearly 000,000 this year, more than three been an easy one. In this field Beer, E s and Gas rI Dastss
1
f fi : pointed to the fact that additional times as much as four years ago, the close of the war brought Bottle Jeer Served Did I aeo ravRTloAY
many new names to the rolls' and
and better services would but we are getting several, timesas
placed a hellYl.r.burden on the ndays2V AND sTt
much benefit.In
i cost more tax money. In no uncertain
'rj' ""I terms the people of this higher i education, 1945 state. In 1913 we spent nIes So. Stuart t./sf spouts I WRECKERS VICE
'
j: \ s Cot New : State Indicated their desire for found our university system at 000,000 for this purpose each Sao, en'o a
: 1948 the cost la $ $17'-1'
9 Improvement and, following the a low ebb. Gainesville could Fed iightway No. 1 PHONE 91
Life! And even this tremendous ABUSED'I I
J.f i I public: demand, the Legislatures house about 31000; students, Tal J Well
: penditure falls short of ,
lahassee about 2.500 and the A
1
,' ,' 01 1945 and 1941 authorized and
'tJ: We'll RV'? your worn, provided the money for expanded &; M College for Negroes entirely for all the dependent children PAYI II
r
i the blind and the old who are is said
1I fi fatigued liri'M u "second I services. Inadequate. With the influx following
.t'.t'f '',' I""wY, wind" tllt'll make 'em i It was obvious, and the responsible the war, bold action was eligible for relief. lt>ME BUILDING Sr it ; I Get Miles of useR

,: ride like |L j.ml-iew; Bring I citizenry of Florida accepted necessary If the bare requirements \ I could\ multiply these Ulusratlons food) I E C P
f but what I have said
: tt: i in your should make U clear that If
were
) '. today. We'l renew 'em In ',, growing in population and nearly 110,000 In capital investment to discharge our obligations put YOUR T ES,
,' : wealth, needed and had to have but we have managed to '
a jiff! TH I
"A. must reconcile
we ourselves to
better facilities It was the con'IICnw. house and teach several times as WO THAM S arty saw n u Iw.' .s.
.
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.
:
'" Reasons a Prices that t the time had come )many students In these institutions the fact' that money must be General Xontr acting I'd go a..w, s a6.,1 W a R,.. .S..w1...Yw e
\ as was possible three years pent and that it is our duty ANY ,eSs.C.H.
.s citizens, to see that every dollar and Repair I
Stuart recap ago There are 9,000 young men sore /
PECIAUST 11 11FOO and women at Gainesville alone. of It is expended wisely and P. 6. Box: 832 11" THE'R U A 5 N'S'

I't ScrChaspn'a iCC Chi, podl.t Four years ago, the operating In the !Interest of public welfare. One Block West Palm I this Service lion'
the Bridge On The e
n Ser ce Station Nm Fat leru '.\ expense of university system City now Federal Ilig ey
I R"M 3 1n was approximately $2,902,708 per Right i j !
/ SO. FED. IIICIPk AY u s. i iStu FREDERICK POSIES ..
This are havingto - -
',r j ... till ..., FU. PooIi ,he 11 annum.spend $12,313,761 year we for the lame SCH( IGER'S They I

1j I I purpose. not SPEND A CENT to bolster I I--
II I We have expended several millions I Ee I I I II Is box-tops and coupons they want : : I

of dollars on the Improve they make a guy SORE, "Off th' I Fcrtil'r
SHOE REPAIRING
I ment; of our Institutions-hospitals I i iI And, NOW, what U worse they SING, I

''I". FUGtfTE and GREENLEES colony, industrial and the prisons.schools, farm The I th' belt you c'n say' it's a CHANGE I I TUX DOFEES
ALL LEARN
.
*" had 'bout ''
+'
cost of these Institutions
operating -
& Army & Sw-plus I I II II I
ENG EERING AND SU EYING four years ago was about Navy MORE PLEASIN', ARRANGE Al'I
Station, and WHO PAYS TH' + I II aIN
This with the BILL CLNJR
Reg tered Engr. Resteipd! Surveyors ( stepped-up$3,700,000. care,year training and 305 East 4th/t..N' has been used-I tell you th' I e u raj ..dPOULrev
Fl Cert. 148 Ha.. Ceqf. 132 and 665 I 5Lal lu
rehabilitation program, we must FILL by th' way OUR PATIENCE'S '
rr spend $1.400,000 for that purpose I STUART FEED |TOM
303 E. 4 s St Stuart, Fla. The wards of the State roe F5.AGLI F AVI < MEN
are given better treatment and JACK MARTin
J PHONE 311yl'l more and more of them are being ) -
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r
yl'l i rehabilitated and returnedto
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Close attention has been given Buy The Best I IJ
'' Florida's highway needs and no Electric aniL FR/sNK HALEROOKING Quinn/Store
Refrigeration I
11 I
efforts spared to develop the fin GENERAL I SERVICE II
I'est possible system of roads, In roceriel
I Ih Yo idle Meats, f
1 r noney 1943, while we were suffering c ELECTRIC I No Job Too Too ..u arga Or 'And Frolen F00*
manpower and material scarcHies AN
,, we expended only 12,800- Ilsnca HOBTOOUNDELEOTRIC I rsonotriFT1,
Can 000 on Florida's highways.. In Kitchen, Las dry, 'Roof; R'airi LENDING" I 10\11 ,
.N'w g
earn 1947 with the war over and Cabinets and small CO. ,
i normal conditions returning, appliances. dl,,, lay Phone III So. cJbVadoAre. Jensen ach
Itt'' ,Florida set about earnestly toward I Phone 14i
and Leave .
f t'q>/2 1 meeting the need for repairs MARTI OUNTYE I Ho&> Sound 3271 I Mfsas. tlmrt Nm )Pier V as

e and new construction TRiC PhonoStua7V347J I 'WHt.rfo.i- in PHONE 8131CONCROT J ,
I
necessitated by war-time dam- one 75 StuJt Fla.!
age and population Increases. In _
Per Annum that year, the total expenditure '
Sy was $:I8, OOOOO. This year 1941, -- E'
onInsured new work under way, gives Flor- PIT FORD'Sce Keep In Touch i r

L' Say'gs I ida an impressive outlay of road Jensen Hdwe. Foundations,j dH !
Account building totaling $56,000,000, for with Driveways o
the year. Hundreds of miles of I SIAE Bri-, Dr"
The Ji new roads have been built and Martin County Blocks
I" lend Savings and) Lo Insurance! Corpora- INTCottagefand raab '
lion irmi CM' individual accoun to 5000. Husband I thousands of miles of old roads Boats TRY THE.THEY Tile, SeelEverything ct: ,
In
I and wits may have total of $1 ODD, fully Insured. structed.On have been. repaired an4<) recon VEN TIANBL 5 food I ARE MOlt n Cocrd''
THAN
First ] rieral savings account are legal investment the conviction that FlorIda D$ WHOLE C..d ROTATE Subscribe to The News

for TruHAdrainu Funds, as well as Fufds held by Guardians, as a tourist State, Shouldmake Bail For Sale APT TO IUVE IT DU ILE'
h I rators and Executor I| our highways attractive True Manufa turing Caaox JEN&N 1 year ..................,$3

I'' u Call, or ite I$600,000 we have on expended roadside more Improve-than sets Foal ricace I AT C NTT BEACH MIKE .J 2 year ?................$5 Jens en/Beach/ 938 I. t t; CICER"Boa MT'R -

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