The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: June 24, 1948
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ctrical Ordinance SOUTHERN GOVERNORS fR\ SIGN' EDUCATION\ AGREEMENT I ., CHURCH PASSES County Valuations ;i 1 ",}:


endment Is Killed HALFWAY MARK I
9.13Per Cent
Up a
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I l{; CommlHsion Kenneth S. mtneU'a negative vote Roo' Going on Presbyterian I

ge of Emergency Ordinance 186, which: needed Edifice Lois Sold Assessed valuations of Martin County property' are increased e' ,,'

!. approval, killed the proposed amendment to | for $6,750 t13 per tent in 1843 over a }'ea r ago, County Tax Assessor A, C I d '
of Ordinance 136 which koverns electrical wir- j .
Coursons office revealed yesterday afternoon following completion ,
city and blocked for the time.being, it was point. Installation! of roof covering of the valuations which now' go to Comptroller C M. Gay Our I ,

; enforcement of the. provisions of Ordinance on the new Presbyterian Church approval I ,

[ appointment of a c ty electrical inspector: on building on Osceola Ave. begun Total Assessments this year are 114.039.M3, an' Increase of $1 1.- t k

I.... .fpfiH H_.' yesterday under supervision 01 174,82} over the 1941 total of $12,884,678. Biggest gain Is recorded b ,
The amendment was ordered I contractor Charles, Conrad as In the current non-exempt lands which have been raised by $368 '
Dr. Charles A Carrlel
9,314] BID fof possible enactment May 27 | construction more .than 50 per (90, but Close behind Is current homesteads upped 1349,590. A feaU. .

but delayed by request for consideration rent completed now Expectations lire ot the report Is the reduction to sero of county tax certificate j

of an alternate ordinance are for completion In September lands under homestead I I

2 COUNTY and delayed again June I and celebration of world Following Oay approval the assessments then will go' to

for lack 'of a full board at thecnmmtS&on' !communion In the new Miflc the County Commission which will sit as a board of equalization : ,

\ Oct 3. July 8 to review the new valuations .
PROJECTS meeting that night A new campaign for final additional The valuations: : I,
10 D C. A Christopher spoke last
fund Is under way now 1917 Kit: '

night ment In opposition to"the amend I Dr. Carrlel announced with $S.- Lands: reverted to State .. _.... I :20.880 $ 9330 .I ;
stating that hose most r
458 65 needed to meet all
Vitally affected are not being ?l County tax certificate lands (non-exempt) 1340 1850 1 l
bids totaling"fail Until this amount Is secured -
-t4 rent low considered by It" and the city: County tax certificate lands (homesteads. ) _. (11, ,0
tor two State road pros ,__. the $2.000 grant and $6.000 '
electrical contractors "should be: em I loan from the Board Current nonvexempt lands ,. 7,518,MO 7,587,680
] Martin County were India (; ol bcmtlitTn States in conference at tablet Governors Strom Thurmond of SoutH" Presbyterian
bids received protected from outsiderS"unlicensed and I overiom nine J of National Missions I to this Current homesteads 1.903.130 2.252.120
.i Stale U project Road Department electricians On roll- WuLulla, Springs, sign an agreement for the joint Carolina, Ben T Lunenf Arkansas BeaufordH church cannot. be qualified for Personal property 1.825380 2,,143.950 I

illahassee Thursday morn- call the vote was 41. Mayor W, 'financing and operation of Interstate college to tester of Tex.il. Jones E FnKom!. of Alabama, I the pastor explained In a letter Railroads and telegraph 1,587.078 &,744073. I,,;
I Associated Press report I R Baker previously had pointed I offer. I too! into '(ruining In specialized' and/roret. Fielding H- Wright of ?Mississippi. M E Tlunnp last week to"'friends of the new

!tat t project In this county: out Interest that In the the commissions sole j slonul? fit.kid! which, no one State could son of Georgia. Jim McConl of Tennessee Millard church" TOTALS $12864678 $14030503 .. I
affair is to
trucllng the bascule pier that such work Is done correctlyto see own The regional education plan trails for both F. Caldwell of I-loridajnd William P Lane Jr.. of I Also revealed last week by the (i4 Included In total from Item 3,) I I ,
Itader the Inland Water- white and ithnols Left to around the Maryland filing of the warranty at the -- ---------- ----- - ---
bridge of at Hobe Sound' over protect the public regardless : negro: : _. right! ___ __ __ __ court house Is the sale of the two I
of by whom the job be done. !
I,State Road AlA runs The may 50-ft. lots owned by the church Baptist Building COMPLETE 1947 I
Another request for ordinance John McGee SCOUT COUNCIL
t low bid for this,work CANAL PROJECT on Osceola Ave. 'adjoining the
jnltted' by the Cleary change also was defeated Sin Dehon Bldg. on which !Is locatedthe i I
Construction Company clair Refining Company representatives Sunday School building I Requests Given COUNTY TAXES 1':
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Efst Palm Beach of $90,054L had requested change GETS STARTEDCLEWISTON Dies in Truck PLAN DELAYEDFinance They are Lots 13 and 14, Block '
in Ordinance 131 which limits
3, C A. Porter Subdivision, and ,
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sther project Is the widen- the amount of gasoline which t Modified Assent (
were sold to T Oughterlon
loi 4V4 miles of existing may be stored atone point In Crash in RioOne May 24 for $8750, according to REPORT GIVEN I IA
|:dtrt on U.8. 1 from the the city to 3.000 gal to revise It June 24-Work Committee to the deed. Dr. Carrlel said Ough-

.ejt Bridge line In Stuart; north to 1000 gal However, the board on enlarging a 24-mile section of youth was killed and his In West Palm Meet.. terson has granted continued Me I' Refusal by the City of Stuart

Ibid county for .this job Is Apparent$49,258 i rejected this 3-0 with Commissioners -I Bt Lucie Canal started Sunday two companions severely shaken June 30 01 the Sunday School until the I to grant permit to the Baptist total Of $350.$71.56 has been
Itttd I Arle Stuart and Jack L. morning I at according to the up 'When the Hi-ton\ 1946 Chev- new one Is ready Transfer of the accounted for by <
by the Rubin Con. Church for construction of a new ofT:
t Company of West Palm Coleman "pot voting I U S Engineerssub-office, I here, rolet truck In which they were Lack of decision on finances property was signed for the Collector 1. C Klckllters I
isn : I Three expenditure. were approved The Hendry Corporation of Rattlesnake riding swerved off State Road for the proposed area Girt Scout church by Price McD French as Sunday School building adjoin In Its report of 100-per cent inilI I I ,
City Manager L. B. Runt I Fla, was low bidder AlA and crashed Into a roadside council has (left the matter chairman of the board of trustees ing the church on'the north was lections for the fourth straight: )' .'. .
Lffle to Jupiter Island has vu Instructed to buy 3,500 gal !, at $1270000 pond 179, ft. west of the Florida, squarely up to a meeting of the : tentatively reversed by the Zon- year. The total Includes $337- \
tetoured through ,Jupiter I, of road oil trom Belcher Oil Com The,' contractor is to remove East!: ( Coast Railroad crossing neat I finance committee In West Palm The National Association of Ins Board of Adjustment whenIt 755.10 In collections, $193 84 from '
plei south of Hobe Sound, pany: of Miami at 13\54 cents a an estimated 3(40000 cubit mile I east of Stuart at Beach at the First Presbyterian Masonry Manufacturers meeting rezoned the lot in Individual sales of real estate, /
I the east support for the gallon was ordered to get a well yards of material between Lake 12 f45a..:::. yesterday 1 Church at 2 p.m. next Wednesday In Palm Beach, took time off' question J3.54 from Individual sales ofEverglades I
(collapsed) May 17 Request Installed near Arthur Ausborns I Okeechobee and the new St. Dead Is John Kirby McGee 21,1 It was announced by Mrs to Inspect the new Church as from residential B to residential D-alnage, District t j.
i temporary structure until, residence In North Stuart "to Lucle Look in the canal eight son of Mr. and Mrs. George Mc Arthur Dehon following attendance "an outstanding example of C In a*compromising action at a property, $1088772 in discounts \
!ridge Is restored has been compensate him fpr! city taxes by miles west of Stuart. The old Gee of Stuart who was driving i, for Stuart at a second organization good masonry work now under board session at the city: hall. allowed for early payments and ;I
4 I,by the Government I offering fire protection" and was St. Lode Lock No. 1 and the the school-owned truck "at a meet In West Palm way In South Florida" Friday morning.. $183136 on the office error and
authorized to appropriate up to south abutment stop log ram at Beach lost Thursday morning, Insolvency report. ,
rate of .
high speed, Highway Sunday service at 11 a m at The action was taken after
DEN) NAMED $500 for grading (-ft. widening Port Mayaca also. will be re- Patrolman" William McKnlgtit Mrs Dehon was elected chair- the Woman Club will feature the hearing had been continued Assessed on the regular! roll
on the north side of East 4th St. moo-of the Olrl Scout area de- was $350071.58: ,to which was \ '
moved. Marshall :
reported after Investigation. Th< I reports 'by Davit M : on and recessed!: ,.jtrom scheduled
between5he'3YropertIsJ! of the veWpment committee and a fl added $359.34 In additions to the I .10
removal ma\erlal from said the
The of patrolman other pass- I the mens retreat and by Mrs. r dates seven times and stipulated .Ii
Episcopal Church and :Benjamin ; increase Leon Dies nance committee I was chosen Ella roll and $23383 III'Ortlof Interest -
the canal will discharge angers Clarence of I Wilson on the curriculum that certain modification of the
BOYS STATEd Fox capacity. from Lake Okeechobeewhen McQlynn I at last weeks session i attended conference both, of which were::i governing city Ordinance No. and advertising charged delinquent
- - Two Inclusions in the 'cIty'snew : i iu.r.rar: : g8Jec':., said the I by SI representatives held last week end In 140 would be In order for the payees. I
at flood J stags and Improvethe
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recommended. i from communities The finance '
budget were accident occurred when McGee the Total collections are more "
ThePresbyterian Sorrento'j building These Include that
d Bowden of Hobe One will set aside up to $100 for navigation channel of the! attempted to turn the curve before committee will consider Association will have a building must be set at least 14 than $15,000' greater than last
I' how It Is
d was elected mayor of one Initial costs In designing an advertising Cross-Stat Waterway from Stuart the crossing "and was. going a tentative budget and of pies cakes and cookies In the ft. back from the Inside edge of year, and the totals charged and ,
15 Boys State towns folder for the city and to Fort Myers. too fast to make Jt" The I! to be met by determining how Post Office Arcade I \the sidewalk, but need be only accounted for are both nearly j

IlaMd soon after the open- the other of an undetermined The Hendry Corporation will i truck which McKnight said was I" much raise is to prior be allotted to organization each cityto morning. S3turda"j 3 ..ft from the north lot line and 1 $16000 greater than for 1948, it II. :I..
the Martin
will benefit
amount 'out without permission' was reported
.top-I extend
it f all the to vhe
Uw annUalauembly.ponb1 for which use two hyuraullc dredges: one'; ; Assuming the committee decidesto ----- may way I
County Public Library ped upside down and Its f un- I
1 the American Legion mar: /alley A recapitulation of the $337-
I tf Florida in Tallahassee Mrs Carroll Dunscombe spoke 10-lnrh and the other 20 Inch.' der which McGee was pinned I I push' the suitable organization that and I JOHNWICK NEW All of these figures however I 755.iO collected for the year by '
commission will sit as aboard One dredge was sent down last was demolished Dr J. D. Parker adopts a budget
The '
If,the Associated Press rei' I conflict with the stipulations of Klckllter's office shows: .
will be at the
of equalization at 10 week to be In position and ready of Stuart pronounced death due I budget presented committee I the ordinance and definite decision General county taxes. $92- I ,;

'ill delegates from allover' July 8. Mrs Robert Ralston for work when the contract was to drowning next area meeting development Slated for late ROTARY LEADER was delayed pending consideration I 99906; Special, School District

Slate! launched the week. approved as City Water a.m'l approved by the U S. Districtngineeru' Funeral services will be con-I September. of the proposals by No. |J. $262120; Special School I'
Itwnt with a series of eamtu'lor pany clerk replacing. Mrs. at JacksonvilleCounty's ducted by the Rev Phil Maxwell Presiding at Thursday\: meetIng \the City Commission last night District; No 2. 12012.23; Special \ j
office: As an Initial Wortham $: [ they divided up Into 15 with burial in Fern Bill Ceme lithe bound who represented Erwin F Johnwlck was of flcl by attorney M. G Littman that general school $70.424 99: Special : I I

V Ind set up m municipal,..: Bond Debt Reduced i Jupiter. The finance committee ally Inducted as new president the zoning boara has the authority Road and Bridge District No' 4. j '
-1*. Each town elected tery.McGee was born In nearby, Includes E. A. Mennlnger, Jr.. for of the Stuart Rotary Club' at the to vary the ordinances 2329.38; Special Road and I, f' ,
legislative represcnta-: Gomez Nov 19, 1926 and served I Stuart; County CommissionerPaul club's weekly\ noon meeting it provisions as It sees fit In individual Bridge District No, B, 3333.10; "' I,{
I tad senators. 43.81 Per Cent in 18 Years 23 months In the Coast Guard : Rardin, Cartel Point; Mrs Chlsholms yesterday. He will eases and William Berry Special Road and Bridge District '. '
f ate the week Is out they J in World War II He Is survived E.; E. Kelly, Clewtston; Joe Ear- take over replacing H. M. Saunders who appeared to speak for the No.8, $993: Special Road and i ".
[ asmlnate candidates' for I by his parents; a grandmother. I man, Vero Beach; Edwin Colean. July 1. adjoining lot owners in opposition Bridge District No. 12 $3 175.SO; .. .-I

Trace of Boys State and a : In the 18 years since administration\ of the road and bridge I I Mrs Kirby Smith of Stuart, Fort Pierce; W. H May Pahokee, Other new club officers absence to the board proposals was Special Road and Bridge District I'
j>Ito set of state officers debts of all Florida counties was turned over to the State Board I four sisters, Mrs Ruth Ambrose, and Rufus Speec. West Palm of part of whom delayed I Urged to appeal to the zoning, No. 16. $777.98; Special Road and '
IJII// lUId'on peg Five) 30.63: cent of the Martin County bonded :i Miss Florence McGee and Mrs !I Beach. Members for Doiray their Induction until next week ;Ie board for another hearing That Bridge District No\ 17 $9 042 25; I I '
Administration per !
of Berry said he expected to do Special Road and Bridge District I :
retired tn-I Dorothy Harvey of Stuart and Beach, Belle Glade and Jupiter Include Vice-President
+'-- ---- debtedness turned over to the SBA In .1930 has been Mrs Oeorglne Rydzewskl of I were not named H l.n'ftr. Secretary Ben A. I atirr- the-- commission- '- told him No. 18 $509636; Jensen Road i II '

,Praised I report by B J. van Ingen and,Company' Inc.. o( Miami Portland Ore., and three brothI I Redding. Jr:: Treasurer j. Herbert I It had no cause to dispute .the and Bridge District, $,28540;

here this week. I ers, Elmer, Earl and Leslie all 183 ENROLLEDIN Dugan and Directors Drew King I boards action Jupiter Inlet $2,22698: Palm
The county total when the, debt by Dec of Stuart. BIBLE SCHOOLThe and John Q. MacDonald The church originally asked City Townslte $300 30; Jensen 1
took over In February 1930 ent to dlIChal'lthe{ I March 5 that Lot 6. Block 12, Tow n .It e $215869; Salerno
EllA Johnwlck said he considered
70S5253, and this I
> 31, 1992, Is $ .
r Publicity
$180511 Palm City
: ;
$249363376 and by means Potsdam Subdivision. be rezoned
was county gasoline tax allocation annual 'vacation Bible Rotary most Important principally .
of the 2 cents of State gasolinetax In 1947 was $105,023.16. However JAYCEES FAVOR : school at the Baptist Church was because of the friendships I to Business D which would allow Drainage District, $119961; Mosquito
ork Meet which U allocated to the this apparent surplus Is Illusory In Its first of a two-week run to be mads and the service *o building frontage on the Control) District $10- !
at SBA to retire these debts $763 because the actual final matur- today with enrollment officiallyset I be offered to the community i sidewalk, but Berry told the commission 55734; St Loris Inlet District
769.16 of this total has been paid outstanding I Tuesday at 183. Registrations through the club. He cited the that efforts for compromise $$85,538, and Everglades Drainage I
Cihlll ity of the longest-term bond AIR STOP HEREA ( \
968 35
president elect of District $12. -
la Irrevocably that frontage by the :
2 ,
cents on
!"prtds' off. now la 1974 and no surplus Friday totaled 112 children between work of committees as parts jf
Praise Jaycees, has Sot4 pledged for 60 :years starting Is scheduled to accrue to the ages of 4 and It Inclusive ,the club working to a joint end I adjoining owners, Mr. and Mrs i "
>*m for Its to the local or- Jan. 1. 1043 to be allocated Martin County from this 2 cents -- I from all denominations rather than as separate entitles Charles McLane have failed as GUILD TO PRESENT .
representation monthly for the payment of road until 1969 The 1992 date la used committee of five headed by Tuesday's figure Included 69 and accepted a suggestion for a he cited numerous reasons for PLAY ON JULY 9
rofteth 1 Jaycee StlmmeU at the na- and bridge debt and for the Individual because the S-csnt pledge to the Joe Moaley was appointed at the I beginners, 66 primary 48 junIors more over-all division of work I the McLanes requests The C I 1 1". ; I

""Wpbla two convention in. counties' special road SB.. extends until that time and Junior Chamber of Commerce 17 intermediates and six adult for programs. He urged his audience coning was offered by the boardas The Fine Arts Guilds delayed f I. .
weeks ago, and bridge districts outstandingJuly until then any bonds Issued to meeting at Orlner. Restaurant general officers The classes. to "serve through attend- a compromise accepted only final dramatic presentation of 1 ,I t
sell 1* of Cahlll' said "did a 1, 1931 or refunding. Issues refund or gas tax anticipation Monday night to draw a resolution -I from 8:30.11:30: : am will extend ance regularly." partially by the McLanes, Berry! : the season will be Noel Coward 1 II

""ing the publicising\ Stuart, thereof. certificates Issued to retire any .to the Civil Aeronautics_. .Au- through July a. The club had two guests reported last. night. comedy production of "Blithe ''J/)/ I
city and promotRoWwlll an even faster rate l
However presently outstanding bonds inoruy tavoring tne grant to Spirit which will be given one
*< AI. despite many ob-- of payment has been accomplished would be covered by the pledge Florida Airways of permission night only at the high school I' I
for his accpmpllsh- on the county's total debt to to make regular stops at Witham New Exclusive Subdivisions' Nearing auditorium July 9. Curtain time I .'
1 perlOnall| aw and ad- administered by the SBA to Jan.. The report goes on Field here. Others on the committee whllbelSp.in.:
booth he placed In the 1.1948 Since the amount turned out that since the establishmentof are H. R.Lowery Jr., Irving .I1
lobby likewise did the over to the SBA In 1930 there the SBA as a constitutionalboard Kanarek, Ross Wltham and Fall Sales Practice sessions for the seven- '
passing by each hour has been an additional $58512214worth Jan. 1, 1943 it has found Charles Slocum. Completion in County for character cast are under way I .
things on display were of bonded Indebtedness! U necessary L U order the levy of i _. now at the high school under
*". souvenirs :Before the accepted by the SBA plus adjustment ad valorem taxes In eight different Final plans were made for theJayceesponsored being developed between et direction of Dr. C. E. Lane The .
onventlon, he personally of Inter-county debt making counties for the purposeof i dance at the Two new exclusive subdivisions well along towa-d'completion buds Estates and the high [cast includes Pat Patterson Mrs.
atede raising funds with which to Log Cabin at t p.m. July 3 for school Fronting 1.550 feet on Stewart Springer, Mrs. Price .
{ gift to Miss Barbara a total debt. administered by which Art Smith and his orchei In Mart: In County and will ]probably on.the market this I
the supplement ,estimated gasoline 4th Street and the St. Lucia French, Rose Czverko John V '
queen and at another SBA for Martin County of $307875590 ,- the coming fall, according to C. B. Arbogast of Stuart whoso firm Is
tra of Sebastian will furnish
r gathering gave Stuart Van Ingen report taxes to service bonds. of the River, and extending four blocks Mennlnger Mrs Ross Witham. .
music and admission will be $1a sales agency for both
b Club momentoes to each shows this grand total has been counties Involved -v ---- deep roads are now being paved and Mrs. Clarence FelnauerTHEWpER. a .
naI I officer ." reduced 43(1 per cent, or approaching One of these counties waaMartin person. r Down on Jupiter Island Just palms add color to-- the site which in this new development which ,t.
Auetbach, secretary of on -half. This II less on the 1945 and. 1946 Ralph Hartman, 'Jr. reportedthe north of picturesque Blowing will offer some IT small estate will provide homesltes for several '

.-/es, was also advised by than t per cent below the State- tolls. In 194S a J-mlll levy was spraying of the hyacinths on Rocks, with historic Jupiter Light locations Colgate plans to build hundred. White pebble-top 1
ordered which raised $59.Sl and the South Fork last week "Is a roads 16 feet In width are now
"j urge the local club to wide average for total debt reductlon. In its background, the "'SevenOaks" his own home at 'Seven Oaks'and
success",and' such action
next iVt\ mlUs were more being built by: Cleary Brothers
the :year
the Forrestal I
practice of sending James Secretary I .. .. .
development in keeping out *" e.ssd.4 bp
*** MI the national affairs Further study of the report levied to raise $28,818. will be taken In this area in.Ole of Defense, has purchased DIM of There will be some 7.000 feet of >h.HM.m ... U. aI vasthee sbsene. .
ce "Red" shows that virtually all of the The report concluded with a Immediate future.FERTILIZER .' with the charm and scenic beauty the tracts for a winter residence. roadways In addition the entire ..5p hell, ........ r....

Jy of Florida JayceeTalio added debt taken on by the summary of proceeds from\ the of Its Hobe Sound setting Pebble-top paved roads have 4th\ Street frontage will get I M._._....-.' "C..dsss'"'_ '

2 the effor, I by: the stuart county: since 1930 has been re- auto transportation mileage tax ,; CONSUMPTION Here the Seven Oaks Company,' been put /down by Lamb Construction an additional -foot highway: 550.59 .05 so ,

to sending' Otlmmell to tired. As adIug- the bondeddebt which during 1947. produced headed by 8 Bayard Colgate Company the yacht widening This development ls 10.5.... I',I' ...:.... ............. .....1' .1 It I
"elph' with the advice to ou 31, 1947 Is $464,604.02. Of this amount $240005.54. .- The bureau of Inspection: of chairman of the board of Colgate basin and fill work was done b7 owned by R. R. Wason. "president ... 55 _, .. cc Oa.Is

Planning ahead well in adfor l,12UIUO. was raised in 67 of the the state Department of Agriculture Palmolive Feet Company, haa Bateman Construction Company, of Manning Maxwell and ,_. ... '.:._:.. : isJs.ss
representation next Martin County Interest and State 67 counties Including reports 29 toni of far: created a beautiful 1100-foot and an extsnalvt fresh water, Moore Manufacturing Company, lassoS.:.. ::?,.55.e 51lrecHcsaAsnrAu. 55
of Dee 31,1947, Martin. This tax jalso la a yacht basin with two entrances New York.
sinking funds as tlllzer .materials and 58) tons system has been installed. Landscaping ': .
"'nell took community pub-. the report shows, total $$41,444 source of revenue 4or county of mixed fertilizers wen con- to Hobe Sound where estate under Some 30 riverfront plots will loss II ..54as
"fcr.. a mounted sailfish which Is only 2.4 per cent of tire road bond Interest and sinking owner can moor fishing and plans are now I be the first to be put on the t. ".11
the, mounted fish to boost outstanding debt. The estimated funds, and Is administered by sumad Jn Martin County during pleasure cruisers Sea grapes, way.At I market next fall the Arbogast '1_ 11 .45
'15at Phjladelphla. average annual payment suffici, the SBA, AprIL live oaks and native Florida Stuart Hlldabrad Park Is Una!! stated. I TOTAL ..wFLORIDA



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J\J' l James Brown and Frank Paul ssFSsnasS

, = : ; BRIEFS 1GtID' 3-HIT SHUTOUT Mark of .400 McGee, both of Lake Worth, are ported a stolen wiS:*"
(, I being held In eounty Jail here' wa found, hi the MTu/l
: \J I, StuartWith for delivery to Palm Beach a brother o/oeor,,

ATV \ ,;it An U-State <'uope, a .' e ,WPB' Tops. i County law enforcement here officers at Stuart, MI f
AGAINST arrested
+, "f mourning dove survey of the after being
I 1 of ,the neu'! Monday on a chargeof ,Burning Florida
Ad' ', Ji"f 911 Southeast to provide In forma' the opening 10:30 p m. t \rApry
If span I'' I '1;'< '. tk>n ,on which to base future ron's second halt last Sunday auto theft. burning the dollar III""",

Palm / hunting regulation)) was endor !Pompano> Tilt ;Serve at lit third sacker Hank Pennock with I _The pair,,were,: arrested by account
t I. WltN ,; ;, !,;, f '," *d at Ute spring meeting A. 'tic Round Game Cn; DistrictTourney ranks u the No. 1 Slugger the ----------.
} Southeastern' s l I n t o n >1 (the Stuart Sallflshers on I
faclUl k "JH': dame::; Hsh :1 ci"J Conservation I strength 01 a.' hefty ,400 batting

Ibl' I. : :'1' ', \', Or!>mmlviHi!+ <.rs in Atlanta t d J : average! from participation In ,

Pty ; C'(i Under the proposed: plan 'Tads ( # SOUTH FLORIDA'LEAGUE tsT..cLADES 11.11)arnt eight, of the team I 12 games lodate I Ij ST. LUCIE BAR & GRIt
Ii State will conduct. IU awn, n I IvmtlRation ns lSl F' gal ta.swd I t
((1vi\ 1 using!\ Federal Aid n Pns6" .w. 1'1". tipsy! Arnold tops the hill tart I
/ k" Wildlife! Restoration luiuli ma a with credit for seven of the Ball-
\ I i... wick the co p I1 raiinii state STUART ,1 L I i iladaiAvn .001 Ushers' .eight i victories this, "Stuart's Favorite: Taproom"
'tl: l will b/ jorielaled! lliroUKli flu. take" we-IM. 0 I .era spring against no defeat!)!, all Ofwhlcn
'I\i regional I Federal Aid Division I it wait LAST BU9DAY'I 'RESULTS 000 are distributed evenly
\Ii; the blah: and Wlidlltt Snar t :u n.- ttortitui 14..'.. H. nbwak." ( 4. among four of the nve otherpitchert offer few Items once more for
3 I 'i :; Atlanta. The *t\lly! AIM (intinu<' ITUART s. ",'..1. 1'-..- !>,"<* t. who have performed Jdr' May we your ,

I. for a minimum oi Hint .vtaisstarthjg aepsA Law...hmhin W,' *, )I. 'lift lvslnpt' ", Stuart. Francis "Yankee" Wll- eration? They are light on the budget -. if you
11 July I.1 aw NEXT SUNDAYS: GAMESPomMM llama' 0-earned run averIJge for
it .
f : "1 //HpMaa lIh s/ STUART.t Irks Was-u1 one game is best followed bY' one In any event, a food "buy" for your1'5th

..' i Bound I Iftnd-uw planuluK un- ''to .1.11.. al wea "Cum nywa.Manatee Tom Evelyn 0.00 for two games
',' and Arnoldi 134 compiled In feum (Fleiscnman'a)
I I t dee Uw imllcmwwlc cell 'P" AJ SyA John N. Mann of
F' eight tilt.
( whU\ greatly 11craksttilf ,
I ii
;,': crop yields and cull|) .j, '. ./ f'\\' it. the Stvart fialllHhrr announced Ttam averages both are below Sth 100% Grain Gin, filled
t prwliictlvlty, has nearly trebled Tuesday (that the !Stuart- this time a year ago, particularly Gin
'. j tin total amount of land availahle Aa Fompan game.. hrre Sundaywill the batting which elands ,ti5B V Pts. Austin, Nichols Qulity
\Ir \ fur : 'c .' \ verve" both as a league ton- Fielding l for I 11 eontestshas !! National
''r farms"wildlife ttiroughuul\use on the ulpt'f'at'r 'oun-I- ... test and also se .a first round been executed: tat a /929 eats'Indlvldual Sth Imported ,Sherry ( Distillers) t6h 1

(:...t" "" .t.. game In the Southeast Florida TawrJ Nal'l' *
try. the! Wildlife ManagementInstitute : ort or Ruby ( Dut
: f -
/ : reported' today, 'llm, ITU" 'TmrfMl sitimi| U tins. Cuiiiilv: Hiuli! !I 11.01., il. Ioll'i t amt luillxn Juhn' Ilirfclm. (blilcS semi-pro district I baseball averages. G A... ( Imported )

A rtuaslflcation table of plan- i IIIHI I oral, i Ii "i ,slioiii; iinni" .luck from\ its fir,. sea'to,i 'I I I b.dlsy i(! t:lfdtr) \| f surd land-use areas in soil conservation : ..ii in, I".Itan. list tiffiiiR!: t isV whinlHjj!! I II I I"r">f !II A.I" ,,.ill.jr.,I.,itintlr: :I/.dwald/ l,' Adolph( '' llcrtel, BIIKTI due In Miami The district j stiwere ....
,_ .. The Finest
districts as of IVcem- I II"MX lint. v.w. llu laws inct.cllI, kit( (10 Hjjlil, u> tly. Aitlms' 1 Icnrv. )'. jr, liullioy OniiiM lloutkf ; meet State Ii preparatory I In Jackwnville to the HAles.. ". ,' .. "n .' II\I .u1 alew. ,, Sth Gervey's Cream Shry ( )

"!': ber 31, 1947. compiled by the!! Soil )'' .,.nt. rt llutliov tlimalil. llonck, Pilrr Burr Hill tnd\ (tali" OlwrhM: \ / KimWIHindu opening I tourney July' t for which I SUi- : a. Arnold ..n1"5' 5 .2 Sth Gsirvey's Amontillirdo1 Sherry (Dry) ,
''I Conservation Service shows !that < 'Kit, Jiilin tull) IJiiimlil:> '' Bowdtn, )Jm' Smtlli. art,i entry hat been refused UrtfflnHtKIm ::"':.. II m '
y," the total acreage devoted u>, --. .._ .-,-------..-.--------.---- pending outcome of the district WlHI m' ::.: :. ? ,m Gals. Cilifornia ?**/ Wlnt ((3 only) '
I wildlife Increased! from 332008, LEGION TEAM PLAYS ,t The scores WARNING ISSl'EDOS affair Sunday winner IMih H r :: I:
acres! before planning U> 708.667litres FORT PIERCE HERE Pa w kee.nt'I JO M tt,, iu 11 2 HSH lIfSo.Eg!. here will play In Miami Monday H ..l...Ml .i.- 7 Era .
.Amuld _: "IY Ik1Ilornrd Please note These re i not "Cut" prices l1
gain of 11345 rent J. '
a per duo 257 I
Stuart 0 10 100 :
SATURDAY AFTERNOON altcrnotm and if still a ,. ,.., .. a I"I
-and that the acreage! devoted j Snyder'! Molley .ill and WlUjn, I You must have a fresh watr winner will draw a quarter- 0,5155. ', ,, ":/ : IAn hi; bargains and clote-d is i offered by Florida Lira*
permanent nay Increased from license to fish In the Ap
Snyder ((1)1 : Mlspel, Bur '21. finals bye and,then play In the I HkllHiH .a l Wholesalers to alert alters who can save thetg
t 2!, 455,968 to 6125557, acres a Although off to an Inaunpirli North Fork of the St. Lucie ., : ono
Smith ,7I I ml I.rd-! tourney finale Wednesday '
train of 14941 (rent Huy (4i( Beatty : .lP t oinhn.nn lomers money on goo merchandise, and still*
per "us t it vlt1st two i sound defeats River above the St Lucle County night, Mann said he was Informed -
tick Mlsprl Y Iron
fields are the principal nest megrotinds Ftuirt,\ JUIlInt'i baseball team line, according to a warning by Joen Tierre 01 Miami /n'-. E Son a reasonable profit on e sale. All nahoniHj
of the pheasant and the Stuart 0 0 1 000 n 11 3 trued today by officers of the diNtrlU I/d',.01. I OonTEAM ,
commissioner handite Fair TraiM
tourney nd/or
"' Kd tin American Legion vertised items
,cottontail and are used as leid- hpoi1 Vero Bench 5 55 t 306 12 8x 51 Game & Fresh Water Fish Commission .... ,
{ IE
other farm aril' tin City, Commission : wholesalers or distiller an the Florida r.irTn
lug planes by manv MiS|>H Hortel 1 ,,3'> und HotickMlnpel -
tame spectra I, ),Jrom'H"d some" healthy entertalnnunt 13.* : Andirsnn: Murphy/ l Off to a winning start in MARDIACC APri ICATIONSM.irlr. j Act are sold by us at the reel suge>tejmM
t hire this week end i 15'' and Frey.DsIIK.ERS DINNER FOR BALL It:AMHorace U. kwrbM. War f.ltt ernrh, '
,. ..... : I
J the second half of the South and Mrln. K.II., Z... W">l I 1',1' : prices.
The 14th North American\ whets Fort Piem team will play .-- I Arnold. son of Mr. and .
I 5 I' Wildlife conference will bv held Ion the Eaxt 5th St diamond at I : DllrATM Mrs J. L. Arnold of Kobe Sound Iwrula\ Coast-Cilade League; N"D", ;;* W,, alga: ,.Jr;fttinH:: and Pr..''. .
Stuart's '' AewwH.srh. '
1949 !season, champion -------
\ Murdi 7-9 In WashlilgtunD ,,4 pm The 81 Lude: County RV PIIKFAIThe 'Was host to a dinner party for a5,0hslh.re
FORT ----
,, C.. the Wildlife Management( outfit+ also drmipcd its opener so. i the Stuart Sailflshers baseball Suilfiithet-H! immedjitely! find ;--H.ttd't'; j f' Institute. which sponsor the annual 'i both ji-nm-i, ;Will tie after an In- ,I. team Saturday night at the Hobe themselves faced with an M' I.nlnn' .. .. a >Kkn s.e.llle.- Mpkml- ..-.e..dw '+,. Mai last
wit P.lm 'Hrark AePse e'
i three-day International, ussembly ,1 Ilia) win .: Stuart' Dodgers dropped! Sound recreational hall, Mrs. opportunity to pull away STUART Ael lit s s-el'.wr Pr."ke. ..,le.i Nvkrwd FRH
announced today. PaJ\uxee\ and ero Death back to the 600 mark Sunday as Arnold Mrs James Black and from the field when Pompano Kulu IJ U.d"ILH.;:: AmM I W' weaabs.er 1 PrM.d,;
I Rhl'|>r Hal': To k-" hlu I -H-rHi !
the Ton Pierce Giants' led allthe '
scored lopsided triumphs over Mrs C B Hall the
prepared ., ,
trips here Sunday for W Hltlixi I Tkm h Ml- H A nnldtamml
MEMBERSHIP' FEE CIT Stuart Ii.1 ) first games this week,!,i way In 'scuilug a 9-3 triumph meal. Principal food Item was a rsnr-Hlanrt, itllan 7..O.Mit I
A tame preserve, fund was setup The Glades area team tallied 10 I I: at Little Dixie Park It was Stu 2 -lb. ham won by Arnold for a clash on the East 5th St Rwrl t, wit l l.,ln/l: Kk XI .I.I n

and membership fee was cut' 'times In t the Let Inning, and went i: aits seventh reversal In 14 ,, hitting a home run In the game diamond at 3 p. m G.os-klndad: :: l t'h/ t W lixD Rklwttmlty -'111hn t:; 1

to; $1 at a meeting of the Martin : VI'0' \ trounce, Stuart 2*-;2 here I I games Cecil Jackson was here against Clewlston June (. The Sallflshen!\ pushed their 5 Kw.*, xr.len u Hriilry to J., Krnpl Amnid.I; in Htrueilhr Faa, ,.. "The Creek" Pete Cob
victory streak to three
t Rod and Gun Club the' Monday afternoon and Vero -- -- names .
County at -"
asukE be Thankm I. 'Os k.hn ,:
i.; I,' court horse Monday night Norn 'ruled: :' it will t In walloping 8tu- I charged with toe defeat. The BUILDING PERMITS Sunday da-s c Tom Evelyn I e Hs,. ,n hntg re H.a; ., I, ,df' V

'!" motion! of new .)otfln is was |p<>si :,, 'ir-T JIJ Vent v<.sti .day after- Dodgers will play another game Fof; C..1, Lot Luiflbti I ns4 I C,.i rrum:i'"nr, 47-AmAd Palm I Beach to Th,off ulllilll'.K.mrW I : S:. Kff I >.::,-In.D. Has..d le.rnr: Inow hi,' YOU KNOW HERE ffjl
Mllio Mn ,
A',I" puaed: urnm'' with Fort Pierce there Sunday. tt ro t .._.. mt .lumk..r..tl!... three Mattered' hits and Stuartnotched I:.t,lit .!..>, off n..ikllf, S .-". ia 1Nlnk I
,. .
a 8-0 sncceu At the h .1\\ 14wIaMnlwhee
,.1" . _..... I ,n
...,- ---- -- .u. Hro'aN Iigpin.-.a.Mly
I 1'' ,.. time tnd qd
=- came pompano Boynton I 04eh., .., 1 tMW; 1'11 I
'P't :' f .
,+ Beach Initiated their/ .eeond- --- -
f 1 halt cards with wins to ,reate i ,
i. three-way lead tie, but If Stuart
f ,' i7 ''
+ can down Pompano Sunday' '

FISHEflAI//t,4j! / I while hold Worth undisputed Boynton the Bull I Is sway measured fishers would Jesse Intake ':t IS THE STUART [ CITYCOMMISSI

Arnold Jr, probably will get thy t,
hill call for Stuart and ancient

but effective Jake Wrains jr lam' N BLIND
PREVENT Hutchlnsnn likely will be tossing :

e for pompano .
FOREST ''Evelyn finally broke Arnold's''
fire i preventionmeans monopoly on pitching alias for .
::1\ \ FIRES Stuart as he fanned four md '
.en" -- never was faced with any "JOoue i CAN'T THEY SEE UNNECESSARY WASTE'CANT '
: KEEP threats in turning o&ck ale ,
former mates In a !game shortened THEY SEE MISMANA MENT?
lit'',: AMERIt'A 4 to seven tnnlntts; by :Agreement -

d'' ;1 GR.EEN satisfaction. He got an from added tossing measureof out CAN'T THEY SEE FAVORITISM?

!j his former manager the flHt
time he faced him In the 2nd CAN'T, THEY SEE SPECIAL P IV1LEGE?
\ h 4I Inning<< and then fanning!<< him in''
It I- t,' 6ooIfidI the 4th and 8th frame. 've-: CAN'T THEY SEE A LOT OF TMINGS THAT
I lyn s only worry was his vllnatton ,

I II ; crammed scratch single the bases and In two the lot walks Inning -.I TAXPAYERS OF THE CITYSOF STUART

t / :: but Bob Douglas lined to THOUSANDS OF ''UNNECESSA TAX
I, Ray Helsley and WPBs only
I t / threat died. DOLLARS? f ;
L.j, s In the meantime Frill Kemple I
ttsM '
and Bozo Ih-allktli held Stuart;' .
t I) to four hits but '
((1(1I every one came Can't
at a time to produce scoring andwhat I they see the power of political .influeJ e that they hsvew .

with nine passes from that; vested in a HIRED CITY EMPLOYEE: and tha power being abused/
I 1)'i : generous slabmen the Sallflshrrs '
If' r ,\ I hardly needed hits Horace .

1 1r ,I Arnold drive tripled home to two center walks to Can't they see that (the City of Stuart neeli technical experience

and open the scoring In the 3rd capable management by one of more who kno*sanitation, engineering
,11't ,i. inning, and two talks, two errors both civil and construction with unp Judiced; open and f fair
1I 1\ and Evelyns: timely bingleproduced minds ft
L two more In the 4th. I
Vr 1 t )1; Evelyn; didn't allow.a visitor beyond Can't they see the progress of Stuart bei retarded by antiquated,
first base after the 3rd. I
The game'a start was delayed ; Ideas, methods and serious mismanagement >takes T ,

I r lr an hour, and eight minutes by ,!!I Can't they see that the City of Stuart( is rXokc and''any but unert J
\ the afternoon rail) that forced
Htljt, ,: I .... Considerable work on the field I corporation in such a condition need new le&erthip, managemenl of ,

to get It Intq playing jhape The new blood T
fr I/ slippery footing at home plate : .
figured heavily In holding down

the offensive efforts by the'' OR COULD IT BE THAT THEY I AN THE CITY
teams but the fielding was good :
of is often to douse the careful fisherman's COMMISSION ARE OBLIGATED CARET
A pan water enough campfire. considering the diamond OR J 1 DON'T

t j fl' I But the careless sportsman can start a raging inferno that thousands of men,. ness .
The box score: ,
can't control.
I' ( with the most equipment WEST PALM BEACH
All R H I am paying for this ad just to ask publicly a f e\4uestions becsu
Forest fires burn an average of 25 million acres of America's woodlandseach N_.H .f Ik S .1 I w I I I want to see Stuart wonderlutown.
.. this
.h. a I 010 t'Moma '' rrow. prosper and alto kelp fcute.
year, Fishermen know what these fires do to trout streams and good' I NrrW. H-ef ns .. S t e 1 I 1 '.S J S 1 I ,, a better plac. to (Ii.... I
a trolling lakes. They also know how nine out of ten fires may be prevented- I ID.aIa. '
i'i'lll : : !I IC' 1 ask the. questions ejliteAtaxpayer
y by obeying the law of the woods. rues I i aa an experienced b..in.*\ .man.
.. 4 kink I I and part Owner of the million dollar corporation which II",
.. .
I For more than 300 years, Americans have found good fishing where the'. I... p.rf ...!1 III. n ...! _tIIn called Stuart. 'A .

I trees grow green .Do your share to pass on our outdoor heritage to tomorrows,: aruAar I 555 r e I a

spor:smen. I lelp,keep fires out of our woods, ,,' Willi... If '...... ...Ala.4 451f.15P0 A, a Signed '\
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r.-:1: 10504.1Ise' HENRY P. LYONS

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fOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the 'WEEK- IN, STUARTi New itcmi Telephone office for this before 114 piper noon most.n Wednesdaylh.Home reach Of- flee;ntwipspef Phons 309 i !II"jfIIJ'j : I '

MRS JOSEPH McCOY, Society Editor

1)1ds I''t for) Dare. Capt. John Bob I,I 'Mi, Jean*. Karl Dare and her daughter MARRIED IN NORTH CAROLINA SON FOR UTOUKNEAUS Sara Rollins left yesterday tor ,Mrs, J. r :Dodson of New York Dennis Hudson Jr, has gout I t I -'.
Accompanied by Ar-
rtl matt>and!> Bruce Beat.It .- thur Henry, Jr., of Jensen Beach Mr, and Mrs. Joseph H, Le-I DeLand where she WiU spend a City Is the houseguest of Mrs. T to New York City to take a post tf t I'I I ;., I I
La abOArd the Jean Dare yes- I'left yesterday for their summer Tourneau, 1235 Pact 1 tie I St., few days with friends. From L. Hausmann, HJvercrest, Sew- tlon for the slimmer' with a trust. rcompany. i J
std ., lot Brlelle, N 1 home In Bridle, N J. t Brooklyn, announce the birth of there she will go to Waverly, tils Point. ___ 1 .,' j
1FY a 7-lb, S 01 boy Leslie Edwardborn ., Oa, Iff be a house guest of one ", ,.
June 14 She Is the former of her sorority sisters. Miss Jean I." :
Miss Elsie Wells I daughter.pf I If'
04 Ringing the Bell With Joyous Entertainment I Terrace Mr, and,Mrs. X. D: Wells of CTsa' HarrelL ..... ..- Bulova Watches t ;,. :.: :

Meet Dr and Mrs. V, V. Smith ,''i .}t
PboneH Your rr DALE ANDERSON FETED daughter Jane, and son Dan international? Sterling; A 13j UI. "
LYRIC Friends of Ironton; Ohio "were guests of f ."
"for at theMovies T j. Mr and Mrs Dalton Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Ted Chambers last Keepsake and Woods Art Carved ;. t i ""I

hedule entertained with a party for week. Diamonds and Wedding Rings t f i:'..,
their +
TIIFATRE STUART, FLA. son Dale Anderson celebrating hr r
his 2nd birthday Friday Miss Marjorie Jason who was '
11t afternoon- Invited guests were dental assistant for Dr. Harry H. C. & E. 'WALKER '
TODAY Jackie and Douglas Johnson, Hlpson .Is leaving Saturday for 1
STARTS Costa Apostol, Judy Jackson Centervllle I Calif, where she will JV we 1e r s :
Linda King, Johnny Wood visit her parents, Mr and Mrs.I OSCEOLA AVE. \ STUART i
J IMPORTANT DAYS REGULAR PRICES Douglas. Ollson and Larry Anderson Joseph R. Jason, I


"' .., a Raymond 0 Hunter, vocal Dine Cooled by Indian River Breezes
r.#" "" """ teacher from West Palm Beach ',
-' will conduct private vocal lessonsat
"" the 8 A. Matthews residence,
t JS5T*" .j 812 here Akron every Ave.Monday Hunter afternoonand will be 1 DELICIOUS FOODHERE

: his. class la open to anyone
jjlSTORY ,
1 1I J ,
1l 'f of the social highlights '1l
\ tgpfilB for June was the Martin County Choice of Orange or Tomato Juice Rice'and Tomato Soup !
I Odlt and Country Club dance Choice of Whipped Cucumber, Totse or Lettuce and Tomato Salad '
WILL RING Saturday at the Lighthouse."The With Russian pressing I'I

Night Hawks" from Fort j, FROG LEGS .... .. $1.50BROILED ..
Pierce furnished music for 60 FLORIDA LOBSTER .. 1.50 .
IN YOM/ ivy ,couples, members ot the club SEAFOOD PLATTER .... -... 1.50 I'I. I.
and their guests I FRIED DEEP SEA SCOLLOPS ..___ .. ..m_.......... .. 1.15 t I ': I
Joseph LeTourneau was the FRIED OCEAN SHRIMP .".' .. ..... .. 1.15 j ,
( guest of his parents, Mr and FRIED SELECT OYSTERS u. ...... .._..........._...._ 1.15 \ j jI }
M i I Mrs. E. H. LeTourneau of Eden I CRABMEAT CAKES ,- ..... .... '- '. 1.15 I : t'{ '
I and his In-laws, Mr. and Mrs. ROAST YOUNG :TOM TURKS With Dressing '. ..____.__... ....... 1.50 I\ '. s f
I E. D. Wells of Casa Terrace BROILED LAMB CHOPS .j". ow: ..... _0 1.30 i 'i I. ,
Tows See It! I Thursday and Friday His small PAN BROILED PORK CHOPS .: 1.30 ",
\oun Brown PfcotoMi daughter Lillian, who spent the
and M All, 1. \I..tlo/ ) ""J, |II ur shown immediately niter I winter with her grandparents VIRGINIA BAKED HAM with JUi.m Sauce 1.35 1"/:
I then Kttklii,,v 11 III. I h.>m< .t 'In' nuitlu, in Minim N. C June 4. I returned with him to Brooklyn CHICKEN FRIED STEAK I 1.40 I.
That, wonderful picture i 4. from the best,.;telling She |u tilt Scow' Mu. Adele Bnh' rd ftukl He is the son of Vlr where he Is the supervisor In FRIED SPRING CHICKEN o ..... 1.25 I i
\baok-with grand caifVlaying the people who aid Sir, A. L M,it lien. 0' Slunt where the couple! returned lust I the reservation department of an CHOICE OF TWOi. ft
.-. have warmed .Ike.. hits of mlllioni 1l I work to, mil, their Iu tmePerrySaimders airline. -0- Mashed Potatoes $ Baked Sweet Potatoes
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Mrs. Carl R. Willard, Mt. Airy,I String Beans \ Creamed Cauliflower '; I
11 11t N. C.. arrived Saturday to visit Apple Sauce '* Garden Peas

I 'Wedding her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Law- DESSERTS ALA CARTE \ 15 I I
son Moore, 737 Stypmann Blvd.
Coconut Cream Pie / Nut Cake Ice Cream
Chocejfate I
Is Followed by Reception Moore Saturday plans to join her, here Chilled ears r ," .

'-0-- Premium Beers With These and OthV Well Assorted Foods Available
Robert William Perry Jr.. son MRS MUNCH HOSPITALIZED I Wayne Wells and Beach Brooksare i !", i
I of Mr and Mrs R. W. Perry of spending this week at the DAILY and SUNDAYS ATSEYMOUE'S I
West Palm Beach,and Jean Mar- Charles Munch of Langley, 8 Boy Scout camp Lake Osbome, t
I cells Saunders. daughter of Mr. C.. and Mrs. J. W, Lee and Mrs 1
and Mrs, Harold M. Saunders
W. B Goodrich both of WaycrossOa GIVESMalarial ti
Indlantown were married by I II
S the Rev. C H Stevenson Indl- ,. have been called home here! I '
antown In the lobby of the Seminole by the serious Illness of their
Inn June 16 Chester Owed mother, Mrs. C. H. Munch ot Chills&Fror" t
I the Indian River Drive JENSEN BEACH FLORIDA
of West Palm Beach was best I ;
2 Jensen Beach who was taken tq< IEF '
manMrs Martin County Hospital': Sunday

''MacMURRAYAoSINATRA/ FRANK Mrs.bridal. Erwin Helen music'i'.jonnwicn Sudhoff and accompanied soloist playedthe -, daughter Mrs. Lee was Evelyn.accompanied Another by IOn her i T '-" '

and daughter-In-law of Mr : II'
who Because and "I Love
.. .LEE J. COB| HAROLD VERMIITEK e You Descending sang Truly." the stairs. on the Munch Mrs. Hastings who is W 73, Munch, are Mr of,Jensen and- ::7I'fa; ;:: c'a

( Seiond PLUS Feature lu arm marriage of her father the bildc who gave made her a CORI.EY Beach BRISCOE who also are VOWS here. So SaiJtary ; 'I I j,

, o nng Rhythm an 'Action With the Durango beautiful picture In her Victor- -
Kid and th West's No, 1 Comic 1 of Ian fine wedding CHARLES Brlscoe, daughter of Mrs. C. E. I
STAKRETT + SMILEY BURNETTE mist, the gowns only trim was '
"PHANTOM VALLEY"W a delicately embroidered organdie Shlles, to Harry COrley, son ot r
bertha. Her finger tip veil, Mr. and Mrs George C. Corley,
; Virginia Hunter* One Waters and his designed by the grooms aunt, was solemnized Friday at Folks- I TODAY 'i'
Cotjbrado Rangers! was attached to a tiara of orange ton, Ga., with Judge A. S. Me Ir'VESTIGATEfIT '
blossoms She carried a bouquet Queen officiating After a trip i
ALSO Chapter ftt. "JUNGLE GIRL"Serial of white tuberoses and carna- through Georgia and Florida i I
Kiddies! Brmgffiour Jungle Club Cards! tions. A gown of yellow Swiss the couple are making their! Your Clothes Washed\\n A Brand-New Bendix i I
home Ave. at the
on Flagler
organdie over taffeta was worn of Williams Apt Washer, Rinsed and Damp- ried. Each Bundle' of : I
by Wlnona Saunders sister .
-JI the bride who was maid of honor. Laundry goes in a separat & achine with its own '. j' F
She carried an old-fashioned H F Shepherd and Mrs Stephen I'
SUNDAY nd MONDAY nosegay of pastel summer flowers G. Huddle of Indlantown and soap and individual water supply. Then it is Rinsed 1 I'and

EVERYBODY HAS N'YEN'TO SEE. A. .- which matched the floral' the Misses Sue and Jennlve Damp-Dried and readyjfor you at unbelievably : ,
In her hair. Fletcher of Arkansas. Mrs W
spray '
For the occasion the brides Caveny had charge. of the low cost. '1 1UP j 1':
f7 s mother chose a gown of pastel''C. '. book.
I print in all silk with a white Before leaving on their wed carnation corsage! The grooms, trip to Key West the bride JO 1 ;,
silk changed to a suit of black and
mother wore white with gold

P abC Talisman accessories roses and a corsage of white accessories stone cutter Her with corsage matchIng was- 10 Funds (In one ?achine) 40/ L# ,

t i The reception followed in the white carnations from the centerof
dining room of the Inn where her bridal bouquet. ( CH ADDITIONAL 10 >UNDS OR FRAC- '. ;.i'l
the brides table was presided Out of town guests IncludedMr
over by her aunt, Mrs. John S. and Mrs. J. N McBride Mr TI THEREOF GOES IN Af >THER MACHINE ft ftI I n ,
Hood of Savannah who wore a and Mrs Thomas C. Johnson,
town of natural lace with a Savannah: Mrs Dorothy Avery, ;J
brown> orchid. Serving at the Jacksonville Mrs Clara Noble, ;
punch bowl was another aunt Charlie I l Earl Mrs. Rachel ;
l of the bride, Mrs John F. Gableof Thompson and son Ralph, Mlami Wl Do All T Work tt t
ALAN VERONICADPL41(13i Walterbbro, 8, C., who wore a ; Dave Thomas, Pensacola: % !I
gold: faille dress with black lace Mrs Kate demons Auburndale:
inserts and an orchid corsage O L, Talbott, Portsmouth. Va. ,
( Assisting her were Mrs Thomas and Mrs. Mary Crouch Ska- 4JST BRING YOUR CLOT 1-S TO US I
C. Johnson of Savannah, Mrs. nateles N. Y. I 1


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In the New Arthur Dehon uilding Stuart: I'; ((1 .

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,DED| "ALPINE CLlrERSw -- Cartoon IENT NOTICE is hereby given that dog license Why tire yourself out washing children's clouies or doing any of the i1 I .

Latest Foa ws family wash \vheA you tan bring it to us and have it done so economically \ ; jI I '

: i---------- will become due arm payable on July 1st ? Just Ihink -:- only *40c for up to| 10 pounds nd/tt hey }I" ;; t

,. at the City Clerks office, City Hall. come out so white 10 clean! / ,It
uesday and Wednay, June 29-30 ( '; I

mortal Heroism of the LastVand at Furnace Creek I LicVntes are $1.0f( each for either maleor \HOUR $ "t IM'II, '

female dogs.

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I, rata I,1 :B C1fl33F lED:I fmIJ PHONE Ad-Taker 300 For [B STATE CUT REDUCED LUMBER; :a .. p :!. t 1 "DI I'IOT'CI' *JULIA..R9 TAND APPLICATION'auTATIi or SANtDT. pail:"MTCNTbIi. op,alA'UnlphpLOAIDA. pap i nb'fATa liis 1!

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t MINIMUM BOc MR 1'7, .. ... annual fumber cut In Florida i4Eft of Jot.' Nm+IL .:::;:.
;.n\\; : t
span : ; WORDS So FIR: WORD CAP has decreased approximately mNMI: : t ourwas I ,0I'1" '"

Palm i I 'I, j 411. TALS MINIMUM/ : I5e:; FOR 1'i j IOR SALE i Hollywood Box' 43! per cent In the last 30 years, a.h. H......."n Anlte ':
I Beds Innerspring Mattreiweo 1.4. d
Spring Nulix
With '' ,' WORDSenuuuuiumilnunuuuu the research and Industrial division O..i" .
x.v .I I 1 dresser, 1 chest ol I Wr 0I1u1., A. O. leu. .' ..
\ t' .. ; I of the Florida State ., M.
"unah.t. t.
attar '
sibly ; ,. APARTMENTS FOR RENT drawers Hotel 1' night table Rex ber of Commerce cham-I' U ::=:f,..:;; ,'y,. T
ti I I In Its weekly
l 1''i 111111111111111141111111lIII11111IIIIItllllll'fa erday I DATED thin 3... hu. ,
pas/ h ,. view calling for more
J.E-t's.d Refrigeratorsand pry
; t, Raqges, .priced to sell and Increased cooperation) in the p II h::............. oar ... UIqTHOOD .

Irigiditir Sales and Service j States conservation programs 1 r aah w'RIDDIAtt.e.r

i { ARM'l'UM. B.SI'ERDay '"During the first' 30, years of fa......, r.fur..E... 'oo
I I1
",.,\\1\' ,, ,, Phone 36i\ Night I4ZW the century Florida 'annual Pak I... Id. If, .J.h1yM I,
'. ";I TM J fey r t, IPl 208 Dixie \'Kh'a I lumber cut averaged than LEGAL AwTItiNj

1 i" X119 mrocal !u'' & .Lk Stuart sJlturbhg 1.000.000,000 board feel average j .
June 14 the t.
years following 1930 "- ,,-
3 I ''f. YtJ1 { annual production has remained I'I I1
ARM: FOR SALE )n 11.,140
) at (lomex. 65 acres t houses very close to half' that amount. i TICS ;1
In t46 (the laat for which
f j In excellent con/illon, with year NOTICK ta I h. r .'- ... iKo
parking house, wash" shed, official figure are available) the Y.rd of EI.u: ,.. N IM .....
>. l1, ATLANTIC dlt'RT garage F,. FWlamm/ llobe; I + total production In the State was 1.II..OI.0..a.tltl.\ "to a.haN .

I 1 \ yi'{ i APARTMKJ.TS Sound l, 'Fla Phoile 3711 tf L 593.357.000 board leet Prelim II 011,40.... ..h. A.TMhbo.I M. Jh. tal
', STUART, ILURIDA teary figures for 1947 indicate a be loud UtlH VTlLbnk

I ,V,} NewlY .e!>rat.d. fatty quipped: iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiipiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiFOR! I L_ _, ,,___. alight Increase / F v. ." IoN......

f : ',ill. ..Jlou..b.plnrparlln"81.. I RENTiimimiiiiiidiuiiiitfiiiiiimtTiiiiMMM I six-cialh liaised, Red Cross disaster worker and a cargo of 'Florida:: has approximately All I a/wdb,
I :
Rao. di ,,,i
I I I I I I I I I I I, I l l l l tI '{
Wi I Low Sumiptr Rates nipplirs that imlndfd 900 llw ol cftmly "I mercy pi.me fli v rlom n,000.000 acres ot land classified .t MI,.V,Iue '" Open All War Round SIX-ROOM hoiiJ> on Martin Rd. Clucujii.( (III ml victims ..it Ill' flxxlitl t ilinnM.! River Tl* flight' ( as timber land because It at onetime JbL'T' a u ,. tin.,
1 : : 1 I "* W T. P.> .tT.: Mgr St. Lucie Estates: ; garage, all In and luisinesj bore timber However 43 The frail cruft Kitty llawk, hi which}, Wilbur and Orville Wright plriel Oneb ; .,
wus jxinwired .I i Chicago new
f ''KJf Telepl/tine"/ 913ZiiiiiiiiiHiiitiiiiiyiimiiiiijuiiMiiiiiiiii I Improvements. available July the Mercy Flwt In Clm pupae>. nrganiaatknnmnhhlg per Cent ot this land at prellntcarrlea movie the first toccessful' flight!( on Dec, It W:) at Kitty Hawk, Tk. ,. wrolio/ < a Y p

'ii!, 10. .Telephone 118.M or write ( up p less than 40 per cent N c., U lnv|l'tdro by Bril&h children In \the Silence Museum at .d.r''Mke' as

'r. Box 151 Smart' June 14 July young growing\ stock or Is denuded keramgton: Uomkm Long!: eniitroveny. over who should possess (he n. .... If doh. .......

,I( :l' VICTORY HOTEL 'IH'HMflT/iRS/ FOR RENT-By 22 YEARS IS A MIGHTY LONG TIME kill' .like, plane ended when the will of Orville Wright.( was filed I for ..df"b_.11 a nunM'ho' ......_....... .

R W. ?R\FrF;. Mar\ week, or/month. Phone 300 The Stuart. :News i Is currently, interested In pluggingfor "Today the lumber pulp and prolwre, nUlliivtiMi Ohhi a few dui) after( he died lie willed the nd .otal. Ib '+. n __

'. The Sti iirt News Office, U a cot \1t health unit-because we feel that Martin other forest products concernsare '
\ )
\. live In a mJilern air-roolrd hotel croft to the British museum/ In which i ii| has been on divpluy since 1928Week's TII Rla. l I' urd ad E4uII.
; home..hlU atmusphexe" large FOR REy fr bedroom house!, County should take adMUitnge of the State setup enjoyedby In the forefront in Initiating bttiabt' I.r "5141.xtew .

"tr airy outKldtJ r..anlSolarium large v'een porch, nicely fur 63 of the 67 counties. To be one of four hold-out in their own conservation practices oRfnaYatuIL

I onrl.kinr, $1. LutieRKer. nlslied, electrically equipped Florida is to be more backward than) ourceacept of Mar- and projects: and in assisting with the LegalInstruments 25 TEACHERSIN bwldrt I IY
State Forestry Department
." Private Bctth. Dining; / Room >rarl. rate S65 mo Located 604 tin County, We feel that nay now and it Is interecting Its excellent plans now ,in operation LAII'' 'AUnATTESTt
S. \kfon" Inquire SZ7 S. Cam. .
Bar Patka.k Cams. < uktail to note that we felt thw same way, 22 yean! ago. Read the .

lounge Marine Room Dancing. d.n..f' I June 14I following forwarded to us from their<<: files by the State However, the States whole L coo. a..11W r ,
Bar-B-Q. Belsit\. I'arli,r lit ton I I OR : Health Department : program of conservation must be Rl.u Yard 'f I ,, ,

nrction: ) I ALL APT ELECTRIC NEWlY DECORATED lIGIIT AND, A Community's Greatest Asset* further extended and strength SATISFActiON. .North .151..OF rl' Ix MoeTGAori'llln. z.. T M... pis Jun. II :1 ul, I a,
Low Summer, Rales "t\oal 1 Recently a spirited contest between two cities! in the ened to Insure perpetual source
AIR'< REASONABLE TEAR, Cltl.a.'rYonl ,. J. R Will Earn 3 Hours LEGAL AD RTnEYmLE
of Umber and forest products. a Sim t I I. """ College
\ Rooms without \ lath. !Showers. ROUND! RENT PHONE 300. middle Atlantic States as to which would secure a manu- II'' "" .1, .1
Rest IS nms 1 MAYZOtf lactunng establishment employing a large number Of work th.e State Chamber emphasized MORTGAGE Credit from Course in

Single SG 110 "kly. I' Ouch T M...... to Ml.I I.If' In.urincr Fort Pierce ,
I ORIENT Two downtownapaHmrnts men, came to a conclusion by the selection of one on the ComponrZirk IN THE COUNTY J rIQ'
Double 59.110akly0i SPEAKER ASKSCONSERVATION T Moo"! til rilol Llfr niiuranr -- 'AND P0MARTI counnfOF
Newly furnished. basis that the winning city had a full-time health unit and FLORIDA.
i Rooms Prh Ie Bath All tl. 'lric equipment Phone Canon ..... .... Twenty-five\ teachers from the
therefore the health hazard and labor turnover due tpreintable Cicl, R Wrinkotif l lo Th R.
Single SI2.OOwkIy.: I Stutrt 1. I..... W Hmnrll' lo Cltlunt B. ,k of five white schools in Martin IN aEGUO THI In !
: MaJlfFOR minimized
I: : : _, ", disease would be greatly, and Increasing Man.J.rpl rrMItl I
1i' 15.00
: Double wkly KENT: Floor sanding nut- i profits more reasonably, assured. noof. to PnFI ,..,..... County are attending with 79 ...R. nulo! IL f,
8 It -
:, ( April I chln\\ and edger. Reflnlab I II Similarly, a banker in a Carolina city, refused to makea k.rd DEATH. of CUTIFICATEII" He.llb,, b T. Pukae. other teachers from Okeechobee TO EDmkY.'I

: 1 1II1I1I1II1I1II11II1I.1II"11 I your\ boon at reasonable rate farm loan to a farmer who had neither the wisdom nor .: SeQUITCLAIMSr'Ned "' and Bt Luck Counties a three- NOTICE. ash d y C.. a aws.d .

: \ IIJIIMIIIIHIIIIIIilllttilllimilllllllllllll/ I Pboni Co l .108, Stuart Hardware tf I, fore-thought to ro\'ide a sanitary toilet for his family that continuing effort by everyone Ko'b.e II St t. loh. x. Wlb.oN week workshop" course In Fort ..... .4..4_t.uid.... oIM. to n.w..ll'

; FOR SAL might saTe" guard them from hook-worm infestation and Interested in preservationof .... Pierce which Will give all t Vse Nm ml I+our M
I t'ORI HLNT-$8.00 week j(, large, I II this States natural game and L W. lIobi., ... at 0' I. PI". P_.... J.H::: a
'Ii typhoid Infection. Evidently thin banker had learned term ('bony finishing It hours .. .. ... 1
semester lot
: imiimiiiiiriiiiiiiii'miimi' 'ImirutniKK doubt Fish resources was urged by Dr. three .11I O.oy l
I Hollywood
room* Ai
I II Pkn.a GnAn .. ::: FM lr.br.1.1II. South. Coe ,. t 10
,.I'" SMI (,eneralJl let'trieRerrigeralar !I bed,. ', tex tte: Hwy from observation or experience and probably both, that I. N Kennedy of the State Game leave college credit on either the undergraduate 110_ ..Hhm. ,, .1-'
,I at br sick people are an economic liability and not anasset to and Fresh Water Fish Commission .... M. Ha0.. N rte te narl 1 .trk. ......... "'. Rm "isA
Ii cu. fl I.. late' Z..I.. .. ... or. graduate level. 1M ,..., '. '. thf.do -
: model A good, bu\ J-ri. Mrs illinium1 I I I i l i business! enterprise Big business corporations and discerning In a talk before Klwanls at a.u MIW.n' .1 tu eabrn A. L.ek. The study: .Is-being Conducted .... uO dy.Muuk.. ,

I i .,\,1 Taylor Stuart Near J Irr'ee.' I I SE Ie."I"I people are beginning to insist on knowing something the Woman Club Friday that with noon Rut M. Mini tt..,. U a.MN B. Inr>,lni, In. three' lines of thought\ : (111) r.coot' dna."'...tit...4.... 't.-
< June about the health conditions of a community before Kennedy reported .... M oween a W Ara
f.'br'a' __T : ,i I 11I11I11I11I out exception every State In ,the loll a Pnr4h N .If bo Chula. ,. DIn. guidance and child growth (1)) ._ N YN etc.

/' FOR SALF-Mie fat I 11" O. L. I'r HOI.!SPRING; : : Repainting a selection Are the of water a place and in tnllk which supplies to live safe and? work.Is sewage and Union save Florida has at onetime I. K. tire 11.._M ox vie is Chuck. Pi materUM or Instruction, : and (3) I 7hr bib- :oe.'I:;:: ".ra h

j I' I Meyers Box 1014. a",arl. repalrity. refinishing furniture or another found Itself WARRANTY ,< iunf
Jane: l4 (Jiality work Estimate garbage disposal of a kind an not to menace the health of faced with rapidly diminishing lIo1o'h.... .,.t.. La. TIcan ion <
I free I Ledfords Ipholstery the people! Is there a full-time Health Officer who may,. supplies of game and, fish and wow M Ado". iCDHJo C_.| course 'La being shared by the R..ntnn d o. Sit"VAI.0lOtA <4 _

t/ 1 FOR SALE 1440! 1 lilY'" good. Shop. 114 \, 8th St., Fort devote all )his time to communicable disease control and has been forced to take steps If.... SMind pony c_.. ,1. Cnow forth.I .. School Board of the three counties IwdN., koucsi'gasoN .........
'I'' condition MOO lhason.Serrire ._. ...... .. Coal R. W.In.oar.
Fierce. rtjione 810 the health to restock His
to public conserve and afteu not deemed Oils
modem preventive promote was 04
t I : measures\ lint. I..mo......... t1uRY VOA ,. T. T.
j \ Station June 24 ,, 17. 24. July 1, 8 What is the infant mortality rate la it a safe place in I steadfast hope therefore he ..h'_, feasible for the teachers to attend B. T. T. ourHrIN 'x',
Mr Lola n
,l: 4 THESE REST VlIIRS: ---I t'LIK.c: Inlaid ..:: Arm: I, which to rear children* aid, is that Florida never resit Y.im.l.d.b P. 4Po..n in a body workshops held Atxsa

; 1\\ ONLY $1) f>('II 5lron'a Linoleum and'Jlhalt The answer to these and other disconcerting questions reaches that stage but It only no.....P.Din. I. Pc'? 1'.11 a ... ',In Gainesville and Tallahassee h1.'J.n01, N I a ifillLIc.u.
s 'I Sort. ,.. J..ph '.........
a (
Y' :\ and Cork ran be avoided through sportsmen ISUIDfIr
:) ; at the Stuart New stale,' supply is before every community peeking to advance its! economic PARTIAL SATISFACTION OF Th workshop is sponsored by ; ADVE
I. .' tasK : Tile. Guaranteed Installation s cooperation and adher- JUDGMENT Florida State University Tailshiueee -
bv expertiuiechaiiics. Crifflu- Interests! ance to State conservation. lavs Hob Sound Ovp..., .* Fwtmftt GtitU. NOTICR IpTpNrwsl TOFICTIT
Lydia ail..y" Kenneth and the school
: by I said "If I to offer Murr H.r... to Into. .. M. llrm. county
President Harding once : were a m
'R..ber... Esker, In*. 900 S. Dixie, Fort Introduced by COl1Bel"iationAgen' lurt.m-nt J. B Mrll.Hi.lil' boast l.l Dr. Virgil E. Strickland
"The :Mvncymn" by Thou.Coslain. I 'Pi..re., f May 10tO prayer It would be first for the spiritual excellence of our Earl Rlcou the apeaker SUPPLEMENTAL: SATISFACTION, Of FSU faculty member .Is 1U director M barb, br ii aAe.trnd

: I i !>I'EStER'I'i': RTSfor women nation and: next for its well-being in health" To this prayer cited examples of how conserva- CtUMm B.nb MORTGAGE of ...." w A H. Non I and the staff also Includes godt t hla 1 Pious rINh
IYsU. u'
f "Britl.inia Me\*."by :Margery Menf belts Luella Downer and wish we can all give an immediate assent It not Ion measures often have been .In MO., Miss Kitty'Conroy of the all mna, nl /rWCuriH.sous

,'I y Sharp. / 1K1\ Orange Ave Fort only appeals to our reason' and emotions?but it will\ bear ridiculed and told how determIned ....... SPECIAL lloroloiwiMitR WARRANTY tanpoo. .o (.... University of Kentucky J. E. Me- n d ro t Yin

t I. \'IIunl'un" tif ilerhert Best Pierce. Fhneointment 197-M for the most critical analysis as to its social and economic efforts are being made now tk OoW.Mnr Cord of Pensacqla, Miss Kathleen Saw d Ibp m e
'. to steady the duck which IND UPPLEMENTA& INDENTURt.1 I
"Aurora by Herman .J ap-I soundness Wealth poduction in general is conditioned on [ heavily last supply and Florid Cues ..4 Ll... CM I.. King of Martanna and Dan a.eHllaw Ar nmFtota

,. Wouk btLLDO'LIA :-ta-nd: the health of the people, and therefore enduring prosperity topped year axon T.... 1'0"".. rte .1 iel F Weatfall. new supervising ..Ja ahid' a. II warm
,' for which there is not a good COUNTY DEED I W rJ..x
"Jttotmut 111"1" by Edward ditching add! I filling happiness and contentment will in their final analysis, outlook for next season Mil-tin' runty to P A. H...., M u. II principal of Fort Pierce schools: hntue mr k.d Irlnrh A''l' mss'ob.wl
Stanley ], M.",. Coulitr U Id. H. Honpol Many ot the.:Martin teachers dYw
1. 32MV.! tf 2S slob 'S"r +
"Thunder of China" by' I be the product of enlightened action by both officials and He termed man as the greatest M...,. Count U Ckriolopkor D Norton. serve! on workshop committees Muuo. M.010 0" 7pnM.
DON FWAIrfuntil its tooTate. the of all other M.rtln C....., to Jootf Holif.II. Inarnkd i 'MA M+
predator over
means possible, pd.sonal game
White &; I people in the promotion, by every I ..... Cininlr lo Vl.loji I. ClmUM. Included in this effort are Mrs ,
: "The Timelefilinil h> lira: j' See us iot&y for automobileinsurance and community health. L, cameo: for game supply decreases M..... Clear to VI....,. p Ur... : Louise B. HarreU and Mrs. Ivy d Albert C. W.a' 7 7ba.l..o. ub1Y,
lf-.il you need under I' and related some of,the work N .o.YaNM Y.W.habtu..' I
nor Dark. fIOR the Iniknclal Would it not be good business!!! in the set up for Martin Cams to AMrirh H. Mao Flrtl on facilities,"materials and .,
new responsibility of his commission in
e I to provide for full-time County Health Unit* If : pointing CHATTEL MORTGAGE arrangements; Phlnclpar K. FJohnwlck .
SUE Hintam I Ulitv Law T"eodoro. Dehon County a out that the diversification of B.Ik, will Jonrt ol of l u Pr..li L. II.">". AL0ERT el1,11J.10
i Stuart and Martin County could give prospective citizens ADMINISTRATOR APPOINTMENT W, A. Stephenson and 1J 5 '
Trailer ( ondfis nen tscd Sun. Dehon I Prlnn Gout to R..,nold' T. Cunt Mrs, Myra 8. Schroeder steerIng pub. Jon. hlr UiIuGAL
chief of the as
reasonable that one of concerns
for one trip \\7 East: th Si tt1)AN'E from giving Florida LIEN
.lime 24 !' county ahd city officials is the promotion of the health and sportsmen uniform seasons, dur- fondi O>.,,, llo. Co..,..; to K 0 committee coordinators, and ADVEgrpl aNOYKI
\ DAMS DANCE! Saturday
y >t t \ M.Don..U II Don J. Romanello and Mrs Fan-
= night, July 3. Stuart Jsy welfare of its people, by providing modern means for that ng HI seven years of existence ';//lCHAaCI! I
FOR SAIF- (;..<;d i.Voting saddle" list such The club had three guests and82per II, I. Nnr I. lohn Wnll.n" ,.,,010... nie S. Jackson on records and OF METINCOp
: Stuart then the county could truly an EQUALIJATNook.
at Everybody
4 horse L C. K\kli1er. Box I II fees .oc purpose POWU OF,ATTORNEY I report
'I : InviteVl. Art Smiths of its greatest assets cent :sttenda c Peal Minor' lo Vila E:. MAMA M harry C.a dax.
; US8. Stuart. Fla \ June 24 1( as or .. .... South ----r-o -,- Three major 'social activities .. .0th O etlou ill D d
musicians Adrjisslon, buck Tb.'ahur..dltoehl l uroa.e4 n > Florida >" t w" H Ik 1 .1 Lam I
I \I s one riorkll' 0...",>..", on twrtmbv I. !... ..4 .. wl".. .l III< sot ?' "' ">. ...*. are scheduled with Mrs J:. J. 11 1, Yora$
FOR SAT E-1 cu ( Id'pol June 10. 17,14stockings. Inv br Doctor 8 I Cr.mM. IHrMMr W."f..on "r J-o.il. Smith. Mrs. Virginia Brock! too fa'x
1 1 I \ :; d Yalu Cmule.
': 0u
1 Refrigerator. I 193 {'hrvr..lel. ,, TRCSSESle K-Jilil I iUlitlofli' o< l*. --'H'\If'H'J.--- : from Sweden f E. Manton and Josephine Shelton Tw.Mr. Jule 011.e't.d t

l (oath Priced for uick sale, knee pads. ank' rts, etc/!. Stuart I on this committee The In- ,p fu, M.la a of 005"fa" MOrkmY

t See Roshury. K<"" li: or !llhJ. Drug Corp tf FIRST TEETH FALSE I I Ittal I activity was an informal reception _l.,. mid t..O k *o.

'.; St.. Palm til> next0 :. I Vic Vet for the .doo r:1.-:51c'
j f'ullon"1 DO FOG have tr with your lays visiting teachers ues : ;

1 J. 1 1 benl not )' .J.-: Then use i d p. lJi at the clt. ,'. community center .... d i.a..r I INn. t' rd .

JAYCEE: INF: VJLart Lo.1 Ilea PaD.a-ml Stuart Feed June 13, the day after the course and .III.Od.r..Mtu N.n Y w '

1 Cabin. Saturday> lyrlil. Jul> Store tI GI INSURANCE PROVIDES began Still another committee mesoil Y.rd Sill tb.I.1
I tbTAL PliABlllTY INCOME I works on daily bulletins and i.c M, r 1 r w

Admission 11. Art nith'N assembly i" 11YOAYD u
( Gouki All a
t' AGENTS for Pump : u.e n.y '
EXTRA PREMIUM' programs Which .Includes UP CY.IINI ttlYr
I'htotra. ('om.. an have fun,1 FOR> A SLIGHT aa
.l Y.'F
slses Imme ate delivery Mrs. MAnTIN VIU
< Haiti Orman, Mrs John "
'j.. Stuart Ilardwarf, Co Phone Pumlch John LAtl
YOUR NEAREST OFFICE C. Gray, Mrs H. R tea c..
,I' FOR SAIF 6 eu. I. We.Une.1 108. tf Lowery John ,Martin and Miss\ Au tO?,
I 1 house a.rriC".t. "inlnl- IIi iiimiiiiiimiiiiimiii/ 1IIIIIIilllllllili .Olney Runt 1.pubs a._POYEEOY A, Ju. 0'' .Cl lilt IIn

suit, hid Chain. MALE HELP ANTED11111111111111111I11111111I1 Other .
room Rugs L w Martin tsschers who '"'" YAD TrYr
Vacuum ('leaner. 'ablr. !\Jow- 111111111111111I a are going up with the group each cAl.

Inc Marhlne. eel barrow, POITIOV! wanted y man 13 i day by bus for the t a.m. starts LEGAL ADVF W

., and other thin ''tll "''t., Palm years old experii, ed In D.pt. + are Carrie H. Caveny, Blllie W IN, THE ClacUli JUDNPLOSIDA

r I Ii _lily., near churl June n. tiF Store sale. and rite delivery NINTH IN A Ia1
F Also. Butane Gas Bistribulion. ; COUNT coo. t15
FOR SAIE' All.f part of approximately y N.
tt5>iTerfront feel P. N. Rifttye, P' A Box 1123\ Gal Wilma 8, 81ms, Jack H. Smouat RALPH 170W'
t about halfway I Jensen _Stuart__ i t June94IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITIIIIIIilI I I and Supervisor Harry C. Webb.
Iftwren i i i ,5j
piililliiiiiiuilNOTIC II IIwu1 CARE! IT''
and Fort Pierr f Twenty five ? <1 McCLUNG STORE YELls ,
d..llana..r. fall .... or UiOO: fur NOTES TO

i I I IJ'f of It. llalfrfh. tharlesT. 11111I111I11I11111111111111I1 MANAGER RESIGNS lie 'rile NAr$ ofvo Ill $10
Tyndall, own. HI 33rd SI, HaLRN'
West Palm Beifli... .' .. NOTICE for all kind tle.trle and nI *. P. JdcClu goo manager for h.t and, sin.'4'"
il 1 'UU
Refrigeration Sertfre call J6Z Ada.
June 11, tf the. past 11/4 years of the Mil- IT Is Haoaar
Day., 142 W. Nite MNr.1 tu artIN /
-- -- i Clung ft and
10-cent-store at tlt bill .5 d.Maa
/ 1.
PAINT FOR SAf: Outside ARNOLD M. UER I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Osceola and St LucIe Aves has yen is tM ..III,1; /
White and nat White $198 Frlgidaire Said. Service o ?
I resigned! hu P"''Uon effective ..1111eI.. I.kx. M leu..e'lt7'
Inca '>n luls Colra 208 JBIxieJIjjhwDANCE Stuart ,
per gallon \ NOTICE July ao and will move with his M..t Sat' M biwE .r C
and porch amlulerk, enamels to the ie i of Art JOSH DOWDEY 3rd MOTin lo kraobr. .1 l_ thai tko. family to .a.p.our M .MN yM Mwhll.h.d
L'S' "' ..lIooUOII) Boord o( l.. CHr of Slvort Kapa. Calif, to join his n. O_
from 12 Si to F per gal- Smiths Orchestra' at Jaycef Seven-year-ckl! Josh a 2nd grade oil o..ot .. MiHidw.. J.lr Stk IS4I ot brother M. U McClung in a ...our. t.W&It
Ion llobe Sound umber Co. Fourth of July Dtiice, Salur. ... beer of 1.-01 ....k A, M" .. Mooiuol sii Usr business/ 4'Joan.

Phone 3551. \ Apr. 12: ,It day night July 3h Stuart LogCabinWmiuden pupil in school, at Columbia, $. Hid Clir oiootloo, ol wktak plooo In rlooo.lid loo city tlnw Roll.too.. (yesterday. he aanounced ,' 51000.. AD,fAtat.1/0L 0104 /

U C, displays hit f first let of teeth" CHr.: Auoo...ont Moll far tbo In. will McClun .
tame hen
SEE the New Frlgidf Home Zt ko ookoilllod'' t* MM Baud (.. .._... Jan 1.
i Freezer and other mFrigl- JIIt11,17., false one*. Born without tooth' feat.. ...... lo koroby tiro that oilporoon. 1W to manage the store for MrIOh.N
imiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiniiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiilWANTED I I I l .Wlrtoi, oorretlono cult owner Oscar Gut "
I dalre Home Appliances if dlaFrieldalre buds, the boy was fitted recentJy ,III oold RoiL eo...aa Iho Hotliu t.lo..ilrod It was founded r Johnson after JOHNSON AND 1(10 l
tI .Ns. d a sea by his brother 12 PMMtltt
ptay at-- WH.Nxa aht
Rale and Service IlllllllllllllllllilliriillillllllllllllllllinWANTED with t set of upper and low" .. U ennot,: :: Io tko. "c'"l-: ::dnu oodClork years ago, However, M. L. sold ,
oo ..,. .... on>"loo. to .
I ARNOLD M BAIEK -Machine lathe. Statemake e.... )Josh wan also born with tko nootliw of .old E:.ull...... HooVd "In,, bodes. w> .......t aflw* U wast food.ft uyt soda Llllonroth. 1& to ,Johnson who .1 moved It to

Pay Phone 361 !Night' '142W ils. and accessories, out sweat glands lie has a .hMr.bla.w.. afonoold. tkolr. M. PMItlM loek ._oottlol.__.land ond WOO Mm u Unlttd. ...... u lake a job en a "_p.P" "An* .'j the present location about JH Beca000 o dd YNtstlng
208 Dixie Highway' price and where It can beseen. tko oormtKwo" vklofc tkof. doolio, .. bate Mini the talus. tl (>.. and. ells, Ice food and. ear .Industry. I mm' ....' years ago McClun said he Un- an4 9thertlce.
tlyl4 y Stuart Write r O Box 415. hard, time keeping cool In sum .Sala .lighted. to .hoar that Antorkan women. salvsat sued. seeking Out tuck'Amor derstood Johnsons son., Frank. ., Florida') umbef g
Sl.( odl L. ItlRIT !..* thrift makts ones fats sollablt the ta '
+ DN
kuniry and ) coming
: nomoloo.' be
i Jon* 14 Stuart Jane S4 mer. A. cur ; ud Oorkoklloll I kwo MM.alt owo (.MM.*eta ...... tq the new lOInaIel' shrunk over lonI
'.fmM ... IMsT1 last 10 years '



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. 'PTERTAINm bridge flub Saturday Mrs t: A. COACH RESIGNS PLAYS-PIANO-' DUET BTU ENTERTAINSWITH Ktekllter: Mr. and Mrs Joseph '
g Web Ordwa", 440 Blbllcl1.l I'I Arbogaat and Mrs. Evans Crary Kmg-Carlberg Wfeddlng Held j jI MELON CUTTING Brooks, Mr and Mrs. Wilson McClure I
rIo and Mrs. >E!:, A
entertained the Ace JBghI won high_ Korea The Baptist Training Union Mr. Surges,

, "lIIl1l11l11llllllliil/ llli/l t llllIll l l l l l 11111111IIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIII! i l 111111I1111,to On Sewalk Point Friday entertained with a watermelon Mr and Mrs, Arnold Bauer Mr.
'10;;I I I I I I I I I/ 3 cutting at ( last night at the and Mrs R F. Longbot'tom, Mr, "

Wearing Apparel of Distinction t. I home of Mr. and Mrs R. H. and Mrs. Joseph McCoy. Fred

t I II I Mil Frances Katrina Carlberg .. of Mr and Mri Bror Rollins on St. Lucie Crescent. Bentel, Miss Ludle Insco, Mr*. ;
the Rev and
l 7 1 Ca/lberg. became the bride of Drew Wltberspoon King, Jr.. son Mrs Attending PhU Maxwell were Mr, and Mrs. Bob Backus Mr. Walton Parka, r
!of Mri D: W. King, Friday at 1 p.m. '!;h' event took place at the I O. C Crews Mr. and Mrs. J. C Mr. L. C Moore Mrs. Carl RWlllard .
Ian home of the bride parent on SewalU Point before a gathering Anthony Mr and Mrs. L C i and Mrs. C. L BoggeM, '
of relatives and close friends An Improvised altar banked with, ,

term and cut flowers waa the background for the ceremony performed -
4 by Judge Arthur Clonls I 3 ...' ,.... '. '.dU"" .' .. Her,.." _1i.
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The bride wore a street-length
1 r WEST D ITMENT STORE i I i drew of white and carried a bouquet i( MORE ABOUT t

ST. LtaK COUNTY BANK I of gardenias.Her slaterMri 4
109 So. Second OPPOSITE Street s Fort Pierce Henry R. Bteffens, wa her ; BOWDEN NAMED Come In- And_ See For Yourself ;
"IIIIIIlIIII, IIIIIIIIII IIII IIIIIII I I IIlllllt1111 II I I IIIii1111111111I II IIIIIII IIIIIIIII I IC only attendent and chose a gray ; A
" {suit with blue accessories and a
I '|corsage of gardenia and rose (Continued from page One)
I Bernard Coker served his broth- i
and hold a genera election to HoJboint
|er-ln-law a* best man. pick leaders. How Disposall 1

Following the ceremony, re- The governor and secretary of
(crptloti was'held on the l lawn etate will represent Florida at I

Thir 'The bride s table was decorated the National Boy Forum In LAURA MAE ENGEBRETSINLaitrd 1 "'- 1

,:, Finger with I b', b.y chrysanthemum, Washington\ : Mile ,uJiuitvd from !
bear the gr
The 15 town| names Garbage
BERNIE MASTERSOVM roses and fern. i of' prominent Florida legion. ,llx9lb gratIn of Otntmtnn ]Juries Ends Problems /
LeftHand After a wedding trip to Havana '
high Sclinol! West Palm rkaih; .
j r.I For the nfcit Important (hull couch at (the University of Carlberg home on Bewail )point asfembly from Martin County June! 14: She it the nttrMKe

Nd.ra.\1.) Ctuiiwcllor expectedhome tomorrow include Jesse Quigley!! of Salerno year-old daughter ni firs
event,no Jmg but the best I R (C. Cu They are .
; Herbert Kraft... of Stuart PulrMBrath Shift Dreg" Fort Scraps lib Onto
Wvst A
I Bitty Erigebretwti 1
I Is tivwin said
good*sough lot hertillunt Mastcrwmj action end Oeorge Hague! of Jensen
fillnvcd "prt-ssiiro from Sfg The bride wa graduated from I Beach Bowden Is sponsored by anil Tolcy Fnp!;('lretwti, ....1\ey' sbredded EIec1rIclll Lad 1

inert of public opinion' whkh by West hilm Beach High School i the Stuart Legion post, Hogue of S.ilirno She played a piano washed Away!SafI Easy",SeIf.CIwi". S ,
and Clarke; School port ha mp- by the Jensen Beach Legion duct at the Norton C"lIt"1ff Art %
no stri'tdi of the lin igmallon wits ton. Mass. She attended St Oen- postt Quigley by the Kiwanis e Before food scrspi even can et '
a unanlminis" GII'tll"lOIIl'rai iM>d evleve of the Pine In Asheville I Club and Kraft by Rotary Club. ,with her music Uutlirr. Mrs become garbage, the new ,,;f 'l'

4' the cwttTi's ltcniH, "to develop N. C., and the Art Students They were driven to Tallahasseeby Rose Marie Fill League In New York City. She School Superintendent Ros- ufternoon t shreds then and washes them '
a successful fmilbull pnigrum by also studied art privately In New coo H. Rollins. down the drain-the sanitary I

ftl''p'lillg'tlle princlplrs( ;of strict York CITY GIVEN EXTENSIONTO JEROME SZ1KA BORN J. I and odorless way! This a mating
ttCTirism" and Vfusing to King attended prep school at FII E PLEADINGS unit is self-cleaning-tiro'; '
Mr. and Mrs John Szyka are : tae
Wumotitg'g"tl Webb School In Bell .
play, Injured Mluad| mcmliws." of '7-lb 5-os boy Jerome .."Inl-aud costs less than ,
i ringSUFER Tenn.. was graduated from Palm Judge C E Chllllng worth of parent a tk month Ask '
Beach High and attended the West Palm Beach Tuesday issued John born Friday at Martin IOC a to operate
) $219 Alice HandyIs University of Toledo. an order granting a 20- County Hospital. | for a demonstration todayHall's 1\' '0'I' 3

Wedding guests were Mr. and day extension/ of time In\ which "'
Mrs. Bror J. Carlberg, Mrs. D. W. the defendants may file further Mr. and Mrs P oThomas.1: I \ +
HonoredAt King, Miss Kate Moore Mr. and I pleadings In the month-old Riverside Drive entertained I :
= Mrs. George Parks, Henry R, suit by A P Krueger and George Kathryn Clarke trom Atlanta NOW ONLY i,'
2MS E esi ; Steftens, Mr. Bernard Coker I Keith against the City >t Stuart and Miss Ann Williamson of Inverness w
i Shower Mr. and Mrs. William Berry. Mr. Tuesday originally! bad been Monday. Miss Clarke 1
and Mrs. William King and jfX_as the filing deadline but and Miss Williamson I had Just \ a'3 $124.95 )
I --- daughters, Nancy and Kay" the order moves It to July 12,, i returned from a trip to Nassau I
j Jack Davis ---- --- \
i A stork shower by candlelight Grover King
I law dews
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Patey of W.t4t
held in the honor
was of Mrs.
I Irving Handy at the home of Palm Beach and Mr. and Sugar and Spice and Something Nice ." Yep P.yrneal f.
Charles A. Porter.
Miss Edith Matthews 512 South Easy Tenses r
I Akron Ave.. Tuesday evening. DAVEY ENTERTAINS MI'I'I Nears cow IT woaxs 'h' \
MRS. EVERY SATURDAYThrough Easy N Install j jt
ll The home was decorated with WITII BRIDGE LtlNtlltON: j
I 1. C.. 'stases s.- la Vest Prs..nl ,
axparagus fern pink hibiscus
Mrs. Walter Davey ..t mV see .mpy fink '
pink and blue crepe paper and tained with an Informal! bridge a--.. t \1 :\
I blue and pink candles A feathered luncheon yesterday afternoon Me. RML..n.vl
stork, made by Miss BetsyLtndsay Prize winner were Mr, Bernard I ..e ..d Ran k.aa. g
i stood JVi Inches Mgh Coker and Mrs. C. A. Porter June, July std August N ON ry.1a.a nk s ,T -.. d' I1!
the bassinette filled ,
: Other guest were Mr. jOeorge ym re m.dy t tf.
with gift*. Park. Jr. Mrs. William King t .

two Thesocial solos presented was by opened Miss Matthews with Mrs. Luclle Cromer Mrs. Morgan .., T. M sale'.a.'sr.. 1 I" ,
5 5 Cartwright Jr.. Mrs. H. RJ S.teffrns 20% Discount 'f
"Mighty" Lak A Rose" and Mrs. Alice French Mrs. John i : ; ti DISPOSALL' ,f I
d Because. accompanied by Miss
U-Menninger: Mr*. Zack Mosley ..eked.w.y. 'a.us.ru.ott. It I '
I Phyllis Constance Miss Sara Mrs William Berry Mr*. Jack \
Rollins played two piano selections Davis Mrs Charles Roberts, Mrs. (Don't Forgets Every.Saturday--All ummer Long)
"The Clowns' and "Em- D. B Irons. Mr. Elisabeth Ma- .
SUDS 1 1 braceable You." A guessing game discs. Mrs. Arthur Dehon, Mrs/ All New Summer Dresses '\
originated by the hostess and Olenn DeBerry Mrs. C. R Ash AH Nationally Advertised. Electric Service ; 1
played on pink and blue cards ley and Mrs Curt Whltlcar All Size and Type for Ever Occasion '
j(described the. baby-to-be and its
future After prize were awarded BARNETT TO SPEAK I Pho a Day 13 Night 335.R .
STURDY to Mrs. Ross Witham and ON GOOD GOVERNMENT. (
II Miss Dorothy Sullivan for thebest THE LITTLE DRESS SHOP PM ffice Arcade II' '
description. Miss Constancesang Dr. Fred T Barnett, Lakeland,
"Mother Machree and will speak on "Good Govern Stuart Florida
/ASHERS Lettie C. Dugan / Post Office Arcade I
c / 'Somebody Coming 1 to My ment" at the Baptist/ Church at' 11

'RollinsMr House_ accompanied by Miss I S.p.m. Sunday. The talk is public.! IIIIiIIIIIIIIIiIIIllllll IIIIIIIIIIlIfIIIIIIIIIll1IIflhI! I I I HhIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ,

are GUARANTE) D I VALUES the*.puhch S A. bowl Matthews-on t tea presidedat table Q's THE F ANb oci r NEW CAR NfM t !

decorated with fern pink hibiscus tNi3/ f1ElDt ,. 9 e
.YLM"rv 1
ash_ es full// 8-/Ib. load 8 minutes I Other and Invited pink candle guests were Mr*. t N ., ds 1 1Atw

John Dumlch. Mrs Joseph Mc-
Coy, Mrs Jim Rider Mrs. Ben I p ,
139.95 Redding, Jr, Mrs. Elwood Dugan rp fle. pfd ; ,
._ Mrs Max Auerbach, Mrs. Irving lglNp 4 .
Kanarek Mrs Joyce Steelman. NPSk yteeo } i
Payment N J
":" sy Mrs. A. L. Mathers Mr. Blan be I' 93 4 hPeii

E/licie/ agitator wash'action Slocum Mrs. Evabetle! Felnauer,
_*xperB agree i it'I bed! Mrs Ross Wltham. Miss Lindsay, % M T w
I Miss Peggy Keifner, Miss JoeAnn
k Full-iiiiAluminum or porce Constance, Miss: Rose Csver 1 Cq.. M' Coet THREE we ffont RIDE 1

Inn tub T i ko Mils Helen Czverko Miss May w COMfORT ON WONT t; I
t Dee White, Miss Isabel Mathers AND REAR SCArSI h "
tsE I .
I Single olluol-"O and Miss Oale Handy OK Af THE 1'EARI 1 I,: I
operate ] I ,

DeLnite (h.mberlllndoFr James and John Ashley are + 1

leIS w. ready lot ironing! spending the summer with their r THOSE "MAGIC 1CT70N" KING-SI7I BRAKES I CTAM f 1,: t
mother Mr*. L. E Ashley before IT LOOKS LIKE A CUSTOM-IUKT CAM/ t ,
a. Moving irn safely enclosednever returning to the school In the! THE SMARTEST THING ON WNfflSI/ z BRAKES lOO LOVE TO TOUCH I i j jk if
fall John will be a senior at ,
Sliper "lee seeds the Missouri School of Mines and I

oiling Metallurgy, Rolla. Mo.,, while j, 1. /i
lame will finish his senior year
I- Written Gutrsatte
over yes 1))000 hippy YOUNG at Georgia Tech.- : 1: 1t 1u I I

users In let than IJmombtl I Robert L. West Is a new clerkat ): :
See ad.yl! the Poet Office He transferred i 'I
_.I I from Birmingham and his : : I Ii
wife! and small daughter. Sharon; i : i !

ermo-ea/e/ / tub keeps ater/ hotter t I' plan_to...! down_ In July : ,! ,, \ ,

I, ''t :

$159.95Easy I :,'
:i '

Payment { t
k_ >
Ho'er' "' "tt keeps suds '
snipe 'longer for white- a..td..w Its.. M/del/ rr+ sad. i!

, ,..,;ip COllrropumpt/ ; .
.' 1 '
IIItIdr/ r \ FRONT i THERES it eIC FEE'S' t t'.'' r
Sean" ubje. cabinet :;
top :
At..oIor-lKlioft. hesBiG OP USABLE ACE IN THE 'j t t' ,
lunsly.slrf iJ .
"ash $
ltorotl r 4
: i lehfnN Jf heavy 1 100 N.I. V.a OR
: !
1 1Flo A FlatteConageor g 93 N.L. SIX( ,,,..
necessary a
lose wringer has M-' 0. r
oats a Event
rollers Special
I "HrotA-COI'"

'Itar Written Guarantee! ye, a.nt.i .a.l.u t. ANY e.- \ ; I
rO..4 by Uo4. asW'. N Cm, M.k..
hit,,' Laba. ; .-.e. r 5.It'. .
.. _. __ M .ud n Md.dwd5. % SEE IT AT OUR SHOWROOMS NOW! .
.55 .,.'4 A J Rww ywBIR 7 4



4 0.ceol. Ave.; Opposite Fire Dept f_ us.. rat ri. TI.. \' ;ORDWAY. FO I BUILDING- PHONE 9142

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| EARN< HIGH SCORES T, 3. F Kennedy and Mn. Paul Palm City News arrived Monday from Erie along two weeks at the home of Mr. SCIItKCI" to. Uit ..W The Rev. and Mr*. W Q. Al- |
2 The Dutch Treat Club met In Hoenshel. The club plans to continue with Mill Matteaon who expects and Mrs a C. Hodapp Mrs ., Uw a--.. ., whteli. .whtek..... drldge left Tuesday morning for David M. Marshall 8LII&I!
to remain here until July I:The Kuelenborg a sister of Hodapp. trill W nod !I. Ch. CfcrtoU
,.I th* lobby of the Civic Center I meeting throughout the tuneral was postponed 24 hour i Mr. and Mrs B. C Hodapp and tlu. ,..... ..' ilw well w S..<"-,. an eight-day vacation In Jfey- torney, expecl.l110",bile 1Bldj

t'hur day. High !wore were won I BiA mer on Thursday at. 1;SOyn MRS.MATTESONDIES to allow the arrival by plane of Patsy and Mr. and Mrs John Jw..57.To. DsNa. f... 10 I 'd bww. .,. stone Height During Barnett his absence of- .lee offices In the \tItn.\ .
let lk I. 1155.M ,Dr Fred T
fcy Mrs R. B. McPherson Mr* H. P. Matteson who was on a Kuelenborg visited last week sod J.co n. [Lard" ..5 i.il .
-- trip to Utah In THusvllle at the homes of Mr Acme.r tM 515. ..,...lutek.. wklrk ......... Lakeland will preach at the Saturday'H. from the 0
I Ik, Iw.-s.m-. 5 k., Mll.wl.. Ma 10:49 a.m. service at the Methodist BId, way occupy tilt,
SUNDAYAT Word was received this week and Mrs Vernon Langford and .... _
SALES See U. For ., albk "Ad.1M. 1.5..M.wM.1., ..... Church and Henry Kindredand formerly occupied
Mrs. Hammond d aviii bj
dvL from Mrs. Lena Parker of Cleveland Mr. and George d .14. Writ. 5..4.5
.... Orton will in
SAGE that her sister and brother- Patsy remained for the Hummer 'j; \\k: ::: 5. e.e 1555n.dNA 1 Evan Crary,
1 'I' &: I r't % I A E I ...4 Repair and AGE OF 82 in-law were enjoying! visits with Sam Whittle, brother of Julia Tile LMMltemo> .W.sAf.! ........ 55.f.1Y.whe .I charge of the evening<< aervlce

CUD ? : her and her sister, Mra. Sanburg:. Lane who was graduated this to>pawn tko.k. 'VcWliM'"> 15....4 CkrirttonBrtoM '
> ; SERVICE Parts J JMra. In Mentor and at the home of year from Martin County High with K.r <0 'ho S.."'....." kr HOOI"'I.
.i.,f,.i, By ANNA B. DAT their ion In Cleveland. It ha School recently Joined for three .Bikw...kt&d.fj... Ik. Sel k.... ..pus...,.ew.4 .U tkto. ,
, .> been cold there and they aid year service In the Army Alr took. etlENCK AND HEALTH ..< CENTRAL MARKETMEAT
ARNOLD BXJJER they have decided they preferto Forces DHLKRV tonr. MM9fu r..5.ne
I b\r.r.I Emory 8 'Matteson, 82, Thl. Mete nuw W 5..5.11.5.olkMe ,
'pan ; lq live in Florida in a mail town ._
for IS resident of Palm Mr and Mrs.O F. Blauvelt returned or h MrafaM m .011 (
i. \ years.a ... ., ..._ ,
Fatal ,1 r St. LucU Boulevard one 142-W In preference to a large city dMitii < lu f Id lM b rtl
,f last week from a two- ........ -
; City farm died at her home and akmm.w.d M. 1Maelmw
Wlthitacllii I ...., I A delightful Fathers Day celebration week vacation trip. to Miami ... h.t5 .......,. .111 f.nrw 'I
a Funeral ... ... PRODUCE GROCERIES
I." V, at a m Sunday services was enjoyed at the where they lived before comingto .1.IIlttl1l.A to W.4ttc nw4 AvauMiratA a *
sibly ,h I were conducted by the; Rev home of Mr and. Mr* L. J. Mur Palm city. SERVICE .. ?V .
A & P Bakery H. H. Junes at John Chapel In
I phy Sunday A picnic had been A earls: party sponsored by the botanical rarity 1 is the key-
;.. Marvel Sliced I Stuart at > am. yesterday with . CONVV
scheduled: but due to rain It was akl burial In Fern Hill Woman's Club of Palm City was tree of Japan. This has hard LOCA'2nd
I I RAISIN BREAD Matteson war CemeteryMn born 'In necessary to gather at the Mur held Monday night at the h line fine wood with a beautiful grain and Akron I Joe
I I 16-oz.loaf / 17c Union City. Erie County. Pa, phy home. Murphy brother, of Mr. and Mrs 8. L. Crew Refreshments It Is used for lacquered work, BrooUAnthony's T
Oct. It, 186}. and she and Mr. N. J. Murphy of DeLand and were served by .the furniture and small art object, .
Miss Billy Brooks of Jacksonville
MARVEL Matteson would have observedthe
i'i'h DINNER/ROLLS 63rd anniversary of their Beach arrived and spent the day.Others Mr. and Mrs. C. Wesley Volts
; ', wedding on July 4. The Matte. present were Mr and vd: children Kenney and Doris,
3 j = Pkg.of9r/lls lOc son came to Florida In It25 Mrs Casey .Andrews and son left Saturday for Folcroft. Pa,
For iii
Bobby: Mrs Bill. Stanger, Mr. & Sat.
/ here at the home
from[ Erie and lived two yean after a week
I' and Mrs:James Roberts Mr. and Specials
: JANE In West Palm Beach and eight of his parents, Mr, and Mrs C. J e25.26
Mrs. Jlmmle Tucker of Stuart
f ; BAR rear* Clewlston before coming H Vats, *
and Mrs. Helen Arnold. Dinner
here and building a home. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bursanl of Birds Eye Food
AKE was served cafeteria style Murphy CompleteSLine Frozfn
SM.... MUM C t MC It U. IO, She waa a member of f the Unitarian and Mr. and Mrs. E. M Hlgbce
I Sultana Red 22-oz/ .38c Church and attended received a number of gift and daughter, Betty, were In
Kidney Palm City Community Church J. W Boland was severely West Palm Beach June 16 tot GROCER1 M, :KET

BEANS Jane farker CinnamonSTHEUSSEL Survivors Include her husband burned a week ago while working supper, Chuck BeefROAST
2 220(11. cans 25c BUNS ; a sister, Mrs Kittle Stone for M. P. Payettett the FUbnhol Mr. and Mrs F. 1 t.: Higbee and WE REDEEM PROCTOr\&
.' on a truck which backfired and H Bursanl attended COUPONS
or Kirkland Wash; two sons Mr. and Mr A GAMBLE '
Pk/. 25c K. Porter of Columbus and Fenn caused: a fire He suffered with the dance at the Lighthouse -- --- --- 53c
Sunnyfield A', of Erie and two daughters. burns on leg and thigh and may Saturday evening No 2g *n
Mw.ionlnn <
CORNFLAKES Mrs Alta M. Montgomery of not be able to walk for several Mrs. Lena Felgle left Saturday Wisconsin Dlisy
Palm City Farms and Miss Laura weeks for' a two-week vacation in. MIami -I
I' Ol/k OWN SOc pkg Matteson of Richmond Va., who Mrs. Clarence Felnauer held a with her friend, Mrs Mary PEACHES 27 CNEES 65c

2 n'o:*. pks. 27c TEA BALLS .41c recently was graduated from dinner party Saturday evening 3rown' She also Mil visit relatives ....- lb..
Baruch Medical College there, at her home honoring her aunt, In Miami. Sliced J }-- "
Mr. and_Mrs F' W. Matteson tin T B Welsh! of Tampa who Last Thursday Nell Walton C
1 MA 1.lb. pke. VEL 2
"., Old South 18 visiting! the Felnauer and the and Eddie, and Ann Bozone un- .. BACON!
Sugar Added )COA 29c Oeorge Smiths Quests were Mr. derwent operations for removalof ,,.._._., .,. 59c
I and Mn Al Mathers,Jr., Mr and tonslii. at Martin County Hospital -
GRAPEFRUITJUICE a Clock Custom Ground, Mrs Irving Handy, Mr and Mr*. by Dr. Staten of West Palm Pure Food String Plcnlc

Mb bag Ross Mrs Witham. -Mary Wallace and Paul and Wltham.Kathleen .Beach.Mr. and Mrs Jimmie Tucker (Of BEANS 2 :ao.2/15c HAMS t. 49c

6-os: can CljFFEE .40cDaly THE S1 OMPLETE DeVlllblss spent Saturday In Miami were week-end visitor ----- --
Per doz. .40c West Palm Beach shopping and Saturday and Monday at the
RETAIL A OLESALE home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lisle.
Gate of 48 can. -Be.t for Your Pet visiting relatives ANTHONY'S ECONOMY MARKET
Ib Mr and Mrs. William C De- Mr and Mrs. R F. Worthamand
3 cans Mr and Mrs V V, Wor ham,
$1.60 xmg have sold their farm hometo
FOOD 25c Mr and Mrs. Nipper of Palm Sr.' spent the week end In Tampaat
IN THE PALM BEACHES City Farms. The DeLongs expect the home ol their father
417 OKEECHOBEE RC to move to Stuart. mother, Mr and Mrs.. V. V. ,PHONE 143 FOR FREE DELIVERY
A &: P GARDEN RESH Mr and Mrs. John Kuelenborg Wortham.
PHONE 7-3851 of Cincinnati left June 18 after The Palm City Men, Club met
i : FRUITS and VEGETABLES Friday evening at the home of
I -- -- Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Higbee Of.
: Green Topped Cri.p i, doers were elected and other

II t CARROTS I'CELERY ., SERVING MARTIN COUNTYWITH justness matters taken up. At
the close of the business session,
2 bu. .23c Irg stalks .25c_ I A Iced tea. and pie was served by FOR YOUR PROTECTIONS
-.- Mrs Higbee and a social: hour
p A HES- Selecte Ripe Complete Dairy Line enjoyed. The clubs meeting 1ETTER PACKAGE.!.
T tjuvi ATOES dates will be the first and third #
Deliveries In Jensen )
2 .29c: Y
pounds Tuesday evenings of each month. 1 ri
1.1 Ib. carton 19c Beach on Tuesdays,
Mrs M H. BUllngsley '.who has i
New Whit Seabroo -Xlra "\.... Thursday' and Saturdays, for' some time been living at San-
I Fancy -
POTATOES I 7-'r ford where Mr. BUllngsley Is employed -
Froen recently returned to her
10 Ibs. ___ =-45c i I PEASSelected 1..7/ -. GRADE A ,- home here She has- as her MAXWELL ,
I '" guests[ her sister Mr*. Guy BRMG US YOUkCOUPONS. Ile.'r
DriedPEACHES 12-oz- -pkg.. ,23c (E' PASTEURIZED MILK Bailey, and daughter, Joan, of COFFEE Sic

I It Dried 8-0.. : '" HOMOGENIZED Vlrdln III _
pke "dq
t t Mb. pkg. _29c_ APP ES 19c VITAMIN D MILK Ruth EmU Ryntye Selg and and his two daughter children Clings Tommy sliced Tucker; Yellow 2Vi can Red Tag"NoTlli;en
arrived to the
.. ; A & P Large .: Unpitt Persian COFFEE CREAM I property,at Rio which the Selgs t PRUNES IS1
PRUNES, Ib. ..18c DATES, lb..29c rent to tourist Mr and Mr I LARGE SIZE PEACHES 21c. !
e" WHIPPING CREAM Ryntye have been living In California -
A,4,4 I but due to'Mr. Selg recent I with coupon ARMOUR'S STARSHORTENING
Page t death, they first' went to I
MACARONI IPINACH COTTAGE CHEESE Chicago and then accompaniedher 23t 1 39c C
Regular, Elbow, Seashell! No. can .15c r father here Rynty expected : 'lb. carton
I BUTTER AND EGGS I to follow coon Mr. and Mrs
1-Ik 15c V.* Vegetable Richl.ndT c".mtJ" Slyls
I pkg.
No. 2Yz can 18c Fred Selg who came to Floridato G r
his 2 No. 2 2 No.2 er
Ched OBitCHEESE -- care for the property after can
AnnfPar; FROM OUR TRUCKSOR I mother's death did not like It
FOOD MAYONNAISE YOURFAVORITE I here and returned to Chicago coupon JUICE 19C CORN 25'

2-lb.loaf .$1.09, CROCER.DAIRY. I Jo Ain Kllgour spent Saturday -
Ideal for Sandwiches PtJ 49c Qt. 89c and Sunday with Jo Ann HOME ENRICHED WHITE
.! I : :
BARAT'S Blacks tone. 23CABIN
:' .4 Nabisco Honey MaidGRAHAMS NaKscoFIGNEWTONS I ___ '
\ i'< Al 5 ::: 39c
Ii. ;I I Cinchona bark, source of quinine _
P, O VOX 1042, STUART -,loses 70 per tent of its weight
1 Lb. oke .29c I 7oz. okvr. 17c --- -- ill drying. ., LARGE SIZEJ Whit House' Apple Libby's Unsweetened
with dupe Pineapple 46.os.w J

'. CHOOSE Aj& P Meet Me At 1i1 BUTTER 19< 43 I
(q I & : 19 ,, JUICE,

h Fresh Pork SMulder O' Lamb II' THE South Carolina I Gold Medal Kitchen I Handy 6-Boltl C.riotl


STEAL:. 10 Ibs. .. .. 45c I -MB I I'O

Hi Shank End / Indian River r 2 bath 19C' I

) Dry Salt .1 C \ ORANGES CAMAY 25-lb
: lea Meaty lb. WITH 2.19
; -4' 27 I Bag..., .... ,lusdepodl
PORK lb. 31C SPARE RIBS 49c GEVERAGE / I 8-lb.CARROTS bag _. A' -.. -

1 Sunnyfield Sliced Tender, Shank lea. 2 bunches n'.. .27c '
1 .44c .I WATERMELONS Large _
; ---- All Brands .29c
Junket pke. Lux Toi{ CANTELOUPES, 2 large ,...

}f '.i. Sherbet Mix .1Sc Soap, h bar 13c Nu-Maid Table Gra Pure Cold, Selfri.mg Save all you c n Yellow Crook Neck Squash 21b5Ml9'

Delicious Corn Cereal'- Octagon OLEO, lb. 38c FLOUR, 25 lb.. 1.89 5Ibs.39c27c I----r Redeem whole let Large Firm, Ripe Tomatoes, 216. .19c

I.. Kix, 7-oz. pkg 15c Cleanser 7c Cuban Crushed Armour' Star

PINEAPPLE, N 2 can ... > TREET,12.oz. can. .49c.c: SUPERIOR QUALlTWEST RN MEATS
Ideal 2 lb. can Lava -- __

\ .: Dog Food "-":' ...27c Soap,_ eg. ha.. .9c COFFEE ills Bro. lb, can ... ...... .... .Sic Softer PAPER TOWELS 2 for _.35c Sugar Cured Break at;;---- Swift' Premium Beef Sirloin' Rou

lr\r,j I Magic Suds 10-os. pke Ivory 2 m pkgs. Hems Strained Nabisco BACON 59C 5 9 STEAK 9 9f lc
I Is.. .,
: Swerl' .. ..31c. Flakes I 27c BABY FOOD, 6 j jar ..Sic RITZ, lb., .................... .. ... ..29c I lb. ..,. __

r Lux Toilt'--; --.- Killum Insecticide Shankless Tenderized Picnic f FRYERS Drawn] C Standing RibROAST .

Soap, reg. bar .....9c Spray. ,. pt. 5c CUT-UP AMS, lb. ......-.. .. ....__.._...47c. i ,,;.. .. 69 ib. jf,

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Gorton' 14-ox FRYERS ------:
H Jewel as i I iteaafsr65c Drsa.d and Drawn Fresh

Shortening Mackerel- ..2c i begs and Thighs I r- -' dye FOWL 'I::; ,I!; 59' Boston "if 4 '
I plirer BUTTS
I-lb. pkg. .38c ..ieht Sail lb, ani Broaat snorted Cold_ Cuts, Ib.. .49c, Ib.. ., _'

i 4.lb. pkg: .$1.4.21 Hand Soap i Wing YOUR and CHOICE Back | ijkes Skinless ALL POPULAR\\BRANDS OF OLEO, lb. ...nn.n __._.... -_..43?:

ieners lb. .39c5UP
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' CIAL" NEWS and Happenings of' the WEEK. IN STUART Newt Horn Item Telephone office for this before Sll'piper goon must an Wednesday reach:Office the newspaper Phone'SOI 1 1J1 l I 1.;r /

". MRS. JOSEPH McCOY Society Editor .! ,

I Mrs. Fred Kummer, Mrs. Clara I i MARRIED HERE ON JUNE 9 M RECEPTION GIVEN Mr and Mrs N. B Mink have I Joyce and Benjy Yelverton of 1

Rushing and Mr and Mrs. Ernest HomeDemonstration METHODIST PASTORA had as their guests Mrs. Mink West Palm Beach are visiting '
pOnQEEpE Tjrner returned Friday night brother and sister-in-law Mr "
their aunt and uncle-In-law, Mr.
from the
Midwest where they
reception, complimenting and Mrs. Roland Oorman and
visited Old Mexico, Phoenix the Rev, Wilfred O. Aldridge who sons, Dusty and Mike, of Birmingham and Mrs D. L. Williams, for a
Grand Canyon, Petrified Forest: was returned to Stuart for a The Minks accompanied 'few weeks while they attend

Painted Desert and Hoover Dam. ,Note fourth term was given In the the Germans back to BirmIngham Bible school here. t k U I

9 recreation room of the Methodist where they will visit -C-- .. 4 1 t tMaj.
Mr and Mr. Ted Huf !had as By MISS LUCILE INSCOE: ,Church Friday night their parents, Mr and Mrs. R. c. V Maulsby left Friday 4 o ; I

their week-end guests i W. s xm An interesting program was L. Gorman and Mr. and Mrs. H. morning for Richmond Hills, N 1 t tY. I
WUkerson and Mr. and Mrs. I Miss Isabelle S. Thursby, retired presented by Mrs. Edna Coutant J, Mink, ,
.l Frank OaUoley of Jacksonville. I food conservation specialist program chairman, presided over ., to visit relatives.... b
The Bufi entertained their I for the Florida Extension.' by Senator Evans Crary. A read- Mr. Henry Kindred and her Mrs. #j
vA"'y. guest Sunday with a deep-sea Service, has this to w of the 1 ing "Eddie Cantors Views on daughter Kitty Lou, returned Mr and Clyde R. Pirtle j
moved to Fort Pierce June K.
fishing..excurslon mango which Is now In full Marriage was given by Mrs Thursday from a three-week vacation ;
swing I Glenn DeBerry :Miss Edith Mat They were the guests. of They now reside at 2nd St. and
sneville Ave. DRobert.
STUARTCITY "The mango unlike the :apple, thews sang 'Bless. this House,'' Mrs. Kindreds parents Mr and .
docs not grow In every State In )by Brahe. Mrs, H J. Mink of Birmingham: -- -
Carolina Resorts COMMISSION A the Union, but only .In a few, In behalf of the church :Mrs. ; her grandfather, N. D. Mink I S. Hill left Tuesday for
N. Y., where he
Smallwood plansto
I favored counties of sub-tropical Edna Coutant presented Mr, and Lawrenceburg, Tenn., and relatives .
Regular Meetings sell his and return
,.L, M.tlul war M ye t Florida. It Is most desirable i Mrs. Aldridge with an attractive In Mississippi. properties I drat
the end of the to
; summer
4eailr Tkro.ea.e.iIh. served fresh as'a dessert fruit floor lamp. A loving cup was -
? 8 M.2nd .
lea 0.01. oir.ceed.roeaae : 1 de luxe, or in combination With bestowed on him by,Mrs Wllla. l Ralph FulL; :r Hlaleah spent make Stuart his permanent, rest 1
an 1. w. a 4thWEDNES 7 I citrus fruits. papaya and pineapple -I lord R. Leach who made the : Thursday night In Stuart'' with dence by building a cottage In

e8 eriac'pal l YS -.-or as mango a la mode., presentation for the church. his parents, Mr and Mrs. John St Lucie Estates-C-.. I
1 a- Stuart H. They are of course delicious In H. H. Thayer and Mrs. Harry I E FultZ: '
City David M. Marshall returned
$ art 3157 P.M.ack fruit cups,, salads, shortcakes, Ewlnglehurst presided at the tea -C- /
Sunday night from two-day !
5:40 P.M.9:20A.M.. mousses and frozen desserts table and brought forth birth : Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thompson a 1 e
wins : laymen's retreat with,the Presbyterian
: Public Always WeIc s "Like the apple, the mango is day cakes for the Aldrldges whose and family and Mr. and ,Mrs dins Council at the
ender esas..w versatile To this luxurious fruit anniversaries take place within Opne Thompson and family are 1, ,
noille10.32AM.shailk Mt. Plymouth Hotel near Sor 1
the distinction the week.YOUNGS. of their mother and
+eta .w.er.ewe belongs of being guests ; i
'- rento Saturday and Sunday ,
11:30A.M: good at any stage of growth. In m o the r -I t. law, ,Mrs. Edith ,
The conference U
HAVE GRANDSON young peoples
rest a" .dldee.d. iau.l the green or immature Mage, .he Thompson In Cincinnati being held there this week.
Mr. and Mrs E. W Hall
rdain soot meiks.I. mango is most excellent for of -C-
I. .. u s .fk.aalw '' r i> cooking, reminding those folk Salr Oaks, Calif, announce the Mrs Lon Tyson and her son imiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiiiDRESSMAKING\ /
lwkosnili. cka ..niiii0w r .;,.r '" V from the apple region of green arrival of an l-lb, boy David Lon Tyson, Jr, arrived borne '
.,' 1 : ,' 1 .j apples, as they are a splendid Herbert born June 18. Mrs Hall Sunday from Cocoa where they I
/e r n.' lit t. s I II Is ., 't ., t substitute for green apples for I h the former Miss Gertrude have been the guests'of Mrs Tyson and ALTERATIONS ,i

Telephone 25 il;.\ ,.ft,; I, 10'\1.''Li\I..' r"" ', .' pie and for sauce though much Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 's aunt and uncle-ln-law, Mr. SUIS1.M" 55. t I. a.
( I spicier and richer In flavor They Herbert Young of 737 East 5th St. and Mrs F A. Alderman.. Her Mable Archibald +

I ::: : are rich in pectin at this stage Mr and Mrs. James H Smith father, F" D. Paul, returned with lei S. .A ft ANT AVI

h / and make a fine Jelly, as well as were dinner guests Monday .->ve- them. AiiiHiiiiHiiiiHiiiiiiiriiiiiiimimiMiti.!!!. !!!! !!!! t
Mr and\, Mrs. Ualter Lee \Vell, shown immediately alter their bedding choice pickles, relishes and preserves fling of Mr.-and Mrs Carroll =:; ; \{ ,

1 1 lU the Mt.theclu>1 Church, hire June 9. are attending the Hummer Dunscombe The occasion was i it /
6 Q school" l stsbktti, at Florida State University in Tallahassee. which opened The deliciousness and rich birthday dinner for Mrs. Smith I I We Have Mo rai to Our NeV Store ."

+ | June 14 They returned I home after' a short wedding trip l before flavor of the budded varieties Fred Stafford left Thursdayfor 307 E.T mth Street' ,t t 1I 1\
1S 1c' have been
I ICLI likened to a combination Y, j
leaving fiir school. where they. both tire seniors She is the former of pineapple/ and apricot, to Albany and, N. son-in-law Y., to I visit, Mr hisdaughter NEW and USEDlrSjWITUREl ,

Minnie Lotuw, Grin. daughter( "< Mrs. II J J. Greene of Stypmunn choice peaches, bananas and cocoanut and Mrs Robert McCallum ? i /}:, t't'I '
filed I 1U .Is tin win. of Mr. and Mrs. K, U Mills of Casa! TtrMce Yet the flavor cannotbe I B. MINSCHK 1,,
----- ------ ---- --- acurately described by these I Mr and Mrs Otto J. MatoUsclc i .. .. '.)

TONE WAX MRS. CREENLIND FETED ELAINE MASTIN WED comparisons. However, the common I and daughter, June left Saturday ., .
WITH STORK SHOtttK TO L. M. LENNARD seedling varieties are good I for a two-week business and ,
It's Spr&ed Into All Cracks a\ Crevices Mrs B. J, Oreenlund was hon- for all culinary purposes and pleasure trip to Chicago.
r Of Your Car ored with a stork shower June Mrs. Helen Bloodgood Aspln- when taken In the .1.1I' jJr jJrI

I 18 given by Mri H B Swinglehurst wall 1012 Avon Rd, West Palm stage the Immature.. Mr and Mrs Bror J, Carlberg I I ,
r MOTO a SWAY I at her home, the Sea HorseIn Beach, announces the marriageof not developed. Far left Tuesday for their summer ,' !
(' Yoln CAR CULFLCXED: : WHILE: IN MOf4l N Rio. The centerpiece of the her daughter Mrs Elaine E quantities of this fascinating home in Weavervllle, N. C. 8 PaintBody Snop I"
MODERN METHOD OF LUBRICATIUli valuable tropical l I '
f I shower table was a large replica Muslin to 'L M. Lennard, both miles north of Asheville. I '
\ An I.....* to t.sp-t ThIs. N.* Mat fruit waste annually In Florida, ,
of shoe made of pink -
a baby's *
of West Palm Beach. The event
crepe paper and trimmed with; took place Friday In New York whereas mangos should be utilIzed Mr. and Mrs J. E Taylor have I (Over & P, 2nd Floor) ..t.tI .tI ''
i.uaft Service Station to the last golden shred In
; lace and a blue bow. Th gifts City at the Marble Collegiate returned from Baltimore wherehe
our homes, in our hotel! in all
were placed In It. Flower arrangements Church which was erected by Went to interview an arthritis I
I PESO, r. GULP PRODUCT .. 'el 4 of pink hibiscus were the brides great-grandfather. places that serve food, as the specialist at John Hopkins Hospital Auto P/ntmg Metal Work t
most prized Florida fruit, per- I Cu tom-ma Slip Covers 1'a '
I used throughout the house Prizewinners Lennard Is president of the Ell e Sport Tops
haps of all or .them .
-- -- In the games that were Witt Tobacco Company. Aftera I
played were Mrs. H.JL Thayer, motor trip through Virginia, Try these recipes: Mr. and Mrs. Dyke Williams I
Mrs H E. McCormick, and Mrs. North and South Carolina, Mr MANGO SAUCE newly-weds of Miami, were the
MEN YOU NEEDlAjMBER W O. Aldridge. and Mrs. Lennard will make 3 pints green or' half ripe mangos week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. I ,1

Other guests were Mrs. J. C. their home; at 314 Barcelona Rd, peeled 'and sliced 1 John U Mennlnger I THE
Backus, Mrs B. W. Ward, Mrs West Palm Beach. 1 cup water -0--
J, DuVall, Mrs. Curtis. Whltlcar, 1H cups sugar Edith Matthews was guest NE RMSTEI r
Mrs. Marvin Rowell, Mrs Joan TWO ARE HOSTESSESTO Steam or cook mangos In water soloist Sunday afternoon for the I { 1 '
OR ANY Suigletary Mis W. D Barber, until tender.Many varieties I cook Salvation Army program over N ICE I
k MK,,'J* itvJtawJne,.'Mrs. John J, .!INDIANTOWN CLUB quickly to a mtuh. Add sweetening *I Radio Station WWPO, She sang I I Delicious Scllas and Sundaes Mad With 4 ,I'

MATERIAl Taylor. Mrs. D L. Williams, Mrs.i Indlantown Home according to acidity and 11. "How Lovely are Thou Dwell" I SWJflTS ICE CREAM
The Demonstration
UILDIN\ J, Byrne and: Mrs L. O. Keith.: family preferences end cook 5 Ings,"' by Ttggle i I Salad Plates and Sandwiches
Club met Thursdayat minutes longer Serve like applesauce i
Brown with the home of Mrs. O. D. Parket Drug Sundries I CosmeticsDANIEL'S r
Mrs, as \ dessert, or use for Mr and Mrs R. F Longbottomhad I
CALTOR SEE son, Valmore Is visiting with Mrs. Parker and Mrs Shep- mango sauce cake, In sherbet, as their week-end guests '
\ brother and sister-in-law herd as hostesses moussee or In Ice cream. It may Mrs. Longbottom mother and I :
and Mrs J. T. Raines, In he1 In keeping with the topic of also be used for making mango father Mr and Mrs J. T Wills '
The Friendly Jbot In the Post Office Arcade
burg, Miss. From there she the day, "Child Care, the roll- meringue pie by adding eggs; of Tampa. I I
ast Coas Lumb where call was answered with a child ._ .. .
{ to go to Luxore; Ark, butter and spice and topping -- -- -'- II -- -- -,---- -
I will be the guest of her saying Mrs, Parker gave a brief with a fluffy lightly-browned I'I. ,I
.in-law,.Mrs. Sue U J3rown for discussion on 'Safety In the S'4- "
several weeks. Home for the Toddler," while I meringue.MANGO BUTTER 1 i SAL RNO STATION ;

& Supply Co. Mrs. P. W. Ttllls gave some "do's I 6 cups half-ripe or ripe mango O'i. \ FORMERLY IXIE SALERNO SERVICE STATION) :i l

Don Hartman will leave Sun- and donts" In child feeding. cut fine '< ", AMOCO -j ,
day for Atlanta to begin the Mrs Vernon Mathews read a 2 tablespoons! lime Juice if desired t. 1
..22 P. O. Box J>5 Stuart, Jflorii summer quarter at Georgia message from Miss Flora Stanley ... r CAS I OIL LUBRICANTS "
Martin concerning
County nurse
,.. Tdeh. ----, -_ Immunization. This was I 3 zVi-j cups cups water sugar r TIRES IATTERIES.: ACCESSORIES J;

of special Interest to the parents i Cook mango illces with water Quick, CHirteous and Efficient Service f

until tender Put through sieve GRtff HOUND BUS STOP :
Miss Lucile Inscoe gave a re- 'I' or fruit press If mangos are
the 4-11 Club short Cold Drinks t Candies Tobaccos
port on stringy Add sugar and cook until t-'
M ARIVIERA course for! girls In Tallahassee. I! consistency of butter Pour .' '
I II P. O. Box 136 f Salerno C. E, Beedle Owner ( !
Mrs Parker displayed an exhibit into hot, sterile Jars, seal and O /t, )
of place mats 'made of nylon I process pints at boiling for 10 ..I"j j ,"
HOTEL I loops and a hat made of cocoa- minutes If liked, spices may be -

nut fronds Sandwiches and I added ,with the sugar-V4 tea i '
coffee were served by the. host spoon each ground cloves, allspice :
eases. and H teaspoon each of
YOIR VACATION HEADQUARTERS Other members present were ground cinnamon and nutmeg
Mrs. C. M. Fletcher and Mrs. W GREEN AUMGO PIE

S Psrker. _. Make a rich pie .trust. Peel

135 ROOMS | 30 BATHS { son Mr:,Jackie and Mrs, of. Jack Orlando Staton\, spent and very mangos thin.that Line are half pie plate ripe. Slice with 'e Hold oiun' little loii"er.o.e : ? '

several days last week with Mr crust add 1 layer sliced :mangos:: I
with lemon or
sprinkle sugar
lij and Mrs Joe Penrod at their
GRILL-COCKTAIL L NGE, lime Juice and a little cinnamonor
liorrio on Egret! Place, St.,LjlclcEstates
Add rest of sliced
e- mangos, top with sugar spice

looutyroit lt\Casement Windows-\Venetian Hinds Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Klckliter and lemon or lime juice and bits
of butter Cover or crisscross
had as their week-end guests
IN EVERY ROOMSWIMMIN&POOL.TENNIS with piecrust Bake about 40
their daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. William C Miller, minutes i

COURTS and children, Larry and Lynn,
Walton Parks and R. F. Long- :
of West Palm Beach.
.... bottom returned from Falson, tltS.ve.

((3 or 4 persons) Granted Upon Prt-J } C .00 Vsonlotion Mrs. Blanche Lowrey returned N. C., Thursday '.e 11 ;

SPeclQI Family Rat of This AdvOrtisomont ?., Monday from a three-week visit Ola -e- Minnehan .
Ricardo Danny
In Biloxi, Miss, with her '
ter, Miss Janet Clay. and Jimmy Wood are attending
ltcetiosi Iiclusiv and Restful-S iief N orth of Doytono loath, on U. $. No. 1 II' % -I- daugh-I i the Presbyterian Youth Conference \ /a J f
In Sorrento for a week
**y 2 miles from Ocean via Neatest 'dge.I Mr. and Mrs. Ted
have had as their
guest Mrs. Lou* .

Chamber'Beach. mother, of V e ro.. 4- Lb :

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,BJtw : UW : it'i Import*t to oiuuwr calli promptly. _

Loj ii ..... ., i It's also mp< ant when you're doing the 9. l 9 y t I /

calling to .MollVi minute for,jour party to rI ,rl
reach the .It'i
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t: 7Ta. I I I ".rlr pea -.dfa.wry d. telephone tonalde\ion.that. means better +. t, t P
of wed 4t.w. "'
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: NEW FORDS OV DISPLAY I 111I1 11I1111 II 111111 11I111I 11I11 1111I11I11I1111I11111I11I 11I11I1 111111I11I11111 I 11I11I11I 1111 IIIlIi LIVESTOCK SALESJacksonville R
I NEWS June J4.Hardee "
WE BUY Junk I Two tudor 1949 Ford autos '
Veterans +
Notes of Interest To b
County Livestock Auction mar
wrecked on display by 'Ordway The ColumnBy ,
were put Agent's
cars, scrap I' I County ket at Wauchula with facilitiesfor
and Motor. here Friday a blue 9&I Joseph. E. Gum V. A. Contact Officer head of livestock HIiM u
copper ss.y hp and a green 100-hp The ,S At office of H. R Lowery, Jr, West Palm Beach Headquarter L M: Johnson handling 1000 l8aF00

siAUTCJ I (trecn car has been sold but the $30 ajn -4pm, Monday 713 Comeau Bldg. a sale has been; completedand '

y ARTS other will be retained for how ............. .... ........ .. .. and also\ played important part in opened tor June The
I I 1111111 IIII I IIII IIIItI III I III III II Il 111111 lift I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiamount I I I I I' The Florida Mango Forum held
It waI'lald. Manager sale wa
I purposes the annual exhibit of mangos reaching the production total. I f first
PACE South Dixie Web Old way said two more are. Questions about (he Ol Bill of your policy\ between and mango product will be held. Mapp. said. But a fertile soil he Report of tale on U Florida I''

V Highway promised!! UiU month, but Indlatlum are frequently asked by veteranlq two or among more, bepeflclarlet in the Norton Art Gallery, West, emphaslaed. must always form livestock market, during the SPEClAlj

CLIO Fort VcrcePhoneJ29 I are auto receipt will training Answers to. these. ,,and i You may also name'one or more Palm Beach, next Wednesday the basis of all production effort last weekly period tor which figure I Ihiro
Mop rather( than gain! If they I to continue Nn
country *
If this
' starting at IS a.m. The forum *
.\ .ATVAd fall to hold steady ia tuturaS other question are obtained officially contingent beneficiaries its own people ,were available today in R.er a A
and the feeding
membership fee Is W,
from the Veterans Administration
rIo'Jnth' of Florida ,
f ,- ----- _._- ., and published In I Disability laws and Insurance entrance fee for the exhibit\ IsM much leas help other nation, Jacksonville ew 1 ,q
adoption of toll Market, show the handling -
enter State'
cent Anyone may widespread:
this column by The Stuart Mews
span !iHiiiiiHiiNimmmiimmiiMiihuiiHimiHiiimiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiH' I I I I I I I I I 1 / i I I I I I iiiiHiiiir a* a service to our veteran Questions from veterans.continue to Answers araw queries seedling mangos In .this exhibit, conservation ueafure i U 1mperatlve of 5,408 cattle and 1194 hog
Palm Bill I' .obtained from and should deliver thern! to the for which the producer received
officially the Veterans
With | .FREE 1 1sj. I QIs It correct that training Administration and published Morton Art Uauery before I;30 Even with tremendous shipments a cash total! of 1330,072,96. The

tact Ueibly S officers from Veterans Administration I' In this column by The a.m. Wednesday Program start of food to oversea countries cash total represented sale on

.' Doing business A* 3 have been relieved of all Stuart News as a service to ourveteran's at It.W. the chairman pointed nut, 13 market, figures on two being
1 r for the direct The exhibit Is to the pub- U a per capita food consumption -
;1. responsibility sup open unavailable
| Equipment Sails and Service Co. f crViulun of World War II veter- Q Have I any recourse to lie front 10 am. to I p.m" and In 194T wa 1 II per ClInt more

ans training under the Ol Bill civil courts If I do not like VAs according to M. U. Mount p-esl- than before the war. Accord per
r Moisture "Wher/and When You Want It" ; ecepj for occasional! spot Secl/slon/ on my ctalm for'dlsabllty ,dent of the Florida Mango For- capita food/consumption stand .. '
p ::: 1a9IGATWN .6YrlMs. JUMPS. POWER UNITS' AND STRAYEMf = checks? < compensation? um, a colorful and Interesting at 11 per eent more than prey qIl

', E MANUFACTURE :5: ,A--Yes, The change will permit A._No. The law specifically sight will delight those who see war reached In 1848. ABSTRACT & TITLE
t Free Sprinkl Portable 'Irritation Systems 3 VA's training officers to deVote provides that the decision of the this exhibit Many Martin County For the year ahead the Department INSURANCE Inc
I more time to the needs ot Administrator of Veterans Affairs grower attended the forum of Agriculture indicates CO.
4 ,
.... .. disabled veterans .raining under exlhblt held at Hollywood last consumption per
= o..1 I'lL r. A tats hb .cua.n'dnuoupgnhnuhhBi ::: In such\ matter is final and ,, food
tBmllfj. I the Vocational Rehabilitation I conclusive, spring and brought back en- capita I Is expected to be slightly
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ: i I i Act. All State. approval agencies. I utuMitstie' report pf the new varieties lower than last year but till 10 Victory Arcade
-.------ -- -- "------------. ': schools and establishments of' and the workaccomplished Y
f fT [ training Q-I am a former 01 ot World i mango about U per ClInt above pre-war Uw.I
have been' asked to meet War II and receive disability In the propagationof Consumption of most dairy products -
fi j. fully their obligations under the compensation If I take a three-i a few types of mangos suitabletor poultry tnd meat, a* well

i Waterfront Properties I Servicemen"* Readjustment Act hour-a-day Job will my compensation commercial production. Sev- a* of sweet potatoes fresh fruit
(QI BUD/. be discontinued? I eral of these growers-nave planted and corn products, will be smaller 3

.Uoi>( the tiui\ and St Lucle rivers and (lobe Sound A.-So. long as your disability mango orchards with the than in 1MT Consumptionof Phone
t A Ocean Fronuw I Q.-How many veterans Buffered remains compensate, It will be hope of a future commercial crop fresh and canned vegetable, l lV lf

i speech Impairment during continued The fact that you are l for Martin ,County: potatoes, canned fruit and fruit
y I Ij World War II and what Is being employed does not bar paymentof 'juices, dried fruit. lard and
done to old them overcome the compensation If you are disabled Hornfly season has arrived and margarine U expected to be ., Y ABSTRACTS .
H I handicap? the time ha come to turn killing from
much change
II as service- connected larger Not (l7 HOUR sRVICE)
j, a I l Approximately 100,000 ifoa I II sprays upon this troublesome' and 1947 I II expected In consumption

c. tsl 4 r World War II veterans suffered I _-_ wasteful livestock pest, says Dr. of other foods, Including wheat. dkTITLEINSU

I gI speech Impairment In service Q-.I lost the use of my legs In A. N. Tuoo*. entomologist with and eggs.
+ eR Special restorative training has I line ot duty during World War I. the University of Florida Vgrt-! Export; of food In 1948 will be CE

I been established by VA to help end I would like to know if Ian cultural Experiment Station, lower than the 1947 record in (low COST) NET
II I eligible veterans overcome the'I Ret a car from the. Government The more files killed now the 'part ,because available supplies Lies
handicap. fewer that will have to be killed

I 1 1M Ii ........: ? will "DO smaller. Food production Traso ban
later In the season. Of Tiasot
i I A.- Under existing law, the \ this year Is now forecast at
Q.-May I name: more than points out. He says that good sag INsuaR T TRW
authority to furnish an auto Is I per cent lea than last year; lox lelr ,
,,' .one beneficiary to my national I control of flies Is an effecuvQway
-tea rGv limited to World Wan veterans total agricultural! production atI
:wrvice\ life Insurance? to help conserve both food
.1I I I cent leas
Yes You divide ihe .a per
A: may and feed:!
Q wn at lnurence 1s
of Improved prospect
----- --- in spite
I national service i life Insurance: ? I The hornfly Is one of the costliest for European crop this year,
A NSLI is mutual Insurant.1 ( of livestock pests Cattleare
However, slaeable import will INNCRSPRING MAtTit
I I All premium payments go into a [ its chief victims. In some again .be needed to allow more
MOOSE trust fund maintained by the i i parts ot the :country: when horn- Dearly adequate rations and to and
STUART LODGE IraMmvi Department This ,, flies were especially numerous,
1 0. P. M. Treasury restore stocks to reasonable BOX ; SPRIN
III sad *H WEDNESDAYS money Is invested In they are said to have caused working levels Nearly one-third .
EACH MONTH I[ ment, Interest-bearing drop of one-fourth to onehalfin of the $6,100000000 which Congress on 6 leg|
Moo Home'
Govern-I' .
I. ttUHUI. HIGHWAY The Interest accrues to the milk p'oductkm The fund Is known cattle The hornfly also causes
service as loss of ; kid measure may be used for $69.50 Value I $5 5C
I tlonal Insurance fund. weight.At of agricultural
the height of the season In the purchase 'TWIN OR DOUBLE SIZE
M.r rniiiiiHiiiiimiiiiiiHiimiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiObituaries I l I l I I I commodities In the United l -
I I sections of the country where
1 f't Ill INREDI vegetation U profuse, cows have Slates.iiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiitiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiii. Ft. Pierce' Sleep ftopr
''j., tr' keen) known to spend most of I I $
,\ Hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiii their grazing time in the underbrush -, Salerno News >rt Pierce Ha. 120 N. 2nd St. // Ph<

I''" MRS FRANCIS J. GRIBBEN I to sweep flea from their ,
back The sores caused by horn-,
By MRS. O D QUIGLEViiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniimiiiiiiiiiiiimimiii
flies also give rise to Increased
Mrs. Sarah ). Martin Oiibben I I I I I I I I I I I I t l I I

MIONCR TEdEINFO for a winter 25 years resident died at after Port a Bewail short I sore screw-worm often,originate Infestation.when cattle Such The Rev lame C. Zuch of F GATE and GENL!

I IlllneM at FUkln Hospital In Injure themselves by rubbing lobe Sound II I conducting a revival -
: I I against trees running through meeting at the Southern
Spring Lake N J, June 1 8hs
INGST was ( Funeral services were ',. brush or scratching against Methodist Church every night at E INEERING AND (JRVEYIKsi
I If .... held j8.!In St. Catherine Church barbed wire fence in an effortto 7;:30 for two week >

i: i.L Iin Spring Lake with buAal In .1 rid themselves of hornflles.Dr ) Elder'' and Mr. Levi Campbell Rfeislerwi Engr;' Rig istered SurveysF
8t Catharine Cemetery Tlssot say it 1 11 Important and children and Willard Con-

d, that the farmer or livestock, nell. li.. pent last week end \. rlJCert 131 9ii
1 Listings ol Improved' nd\nimproved CO CRETE Born In England Oct t. Cart H8 an4
1I I Properties she came with he raiser use the right Insecticide here at( the home of Mr and Mrs.
Throughout MarVi County BOCKS use the correct formula; observe
an early age to this 1869'1 I Shelby McCulley Campbell has
1 ACREAGEs sRANCHES where the family settled In the-propet method of application charge of the morning and evening gPla aey>a
and apply the insecticide service l'verYllnt and thtiil,
'0 STEE & ALUMINUM [ark, N. J. She took up )
Bewail Point Rlver-lo-R rr Propertlei voice and piano there and became when the Insect are most vulnerable Sunday at the First Baptist

and INDOWS well-known in music: circles I Church

Jupiter Island Ocean U Sou. I Estate Site. I nationally for her soprano He say DOT wettable powder Mr and Mr. Albert Brown of
i it effective and economical under
I ability For 26 years she was Miami here for few
,' ; topped a
MAS NRY WHITE d conditions for
soprano soloist for St. Patricks widely varying day last week with his brother.
\ 'ORTLANDEMENT I use againt I hornflles. The Sail Refetaurail
C. B. ARB 5GASTERT1ES Newark and
1 1'L Cathedral in sang Jim and wife, enroute to Pansy port
of the DOT and
\ strength spray
\\hf\; : In concerts In many part of this Ala, to visit friends and relative
': i Real Estate WATERFRONT PR'' Insurance ;I country and in Europe. i amount to be used on cattle depends their vacation
on On U, 3 Jj
a Just Sogh Frazier Creek B
extent, the
Phone Pierce to some on ge
\ ) In 1891 she met and married I : Mrs A L, Brown of Pompano
r i r i Qrlbben equipment available, type ot cattle '
I Francis who
was engaged
Under -ship
I and local conditions. A spray ipeht a few day last week Herewith ,
as a real estate and Insurance
her IOn. Jim and wife. i
containing 1 per cent DDT broker
The Orlbbens
r 1 came to Stuart in 1923 and built Iba of 90 per cent DDT wettable Mr and Mrs. George Brownlee Invites You To fnjoy J Jeal
powder per 100 ga1l. Of water) Of Kobe Sound called on Mr and
West Palmf DirectoryWhen
Beach I
a home in Port BeWaIl where
they spent their winter and and applied at an average rate Mrs. O D Qugley! Sunday Italian SpfchettiJ
Mr and Mrs Eddie Coolie and
ot t qt for each mature
In West Palm BeJh These Firms Appreciate YourValronajeBADCOCK'S summered Qrlbben plans in Spring to return Lake.to Florida Mr. la generally effective and prac- son, Buddie and David of Fort !J NOW SERVING 1
Pierce called on Mr and Mrs. J.
as soon a* he dispose of his tical. L. ALL MlALS l\ LA CAl
Farmer should consult their Terry Saturday and Sunday
11 MOOSE TO III M01/- HAWTHVRNEROOFINCflpO. Spring properties county agents for best spraying Mrs. Jock Brown returned
She Is survived by her husband
practices In their respective localities home last week after four weeks h
and niece Beatrice A. REDUCED P ICES
S12 Clematis $t. As a rule cattle sprayed:! In Martin County Hospital witha
HOOFING.SHEflftl rr At with DDT will be protected broken hip. She Is Improved.Mrs. "
I and against hornflles for about three Brown wa visited'by Mr. COOKED
I House Furnishings PTIc1ANa oPTOMaravTl HEATNOYeNT TiNG week to one month Salocus of Port Sewell Sunday '

OI.x MA1 I ..d OLIYR WATtwaooriTRY Ct $27,350 IN BONDS -- Those who enjoyed the picnicon

Conservation practice undoubtedly Hobe Sound Beach Sundaywere
The Security Loan Drive which helped farmersboost Mr and Mrs George
started April 1 and ends July 17 1947 food production to a record Brownlee and children. Mr. and
t US tt in the "home stretch" now high lay Edward Mapp chair- Mr. Lee DeJLoach and children

l YOU NE With Region 0 of Florida which man of the Martin County .Agricultural Mr and Mrs O. D. Quigley and Ouf Machine Sb|
WE MAY HAVE WHAT Include* Martin Palm Beach and Conservation Commit son George, Mr and Mr*. J. D.

St. Luck Counties second bet tee, The score on 1947 production Stevenson and Kathleen and Mr. '
ff 'Phoneat In the State with U T per cent of food now stands at 41 percent and Mr. Tom Stevenson of Miami u Ful Equipped to die any W

of it* 1.053.080 quota attained more than during the pre- Beach and New York. Mr.
1551 the savings bonds division of the war 1935-39 period; including and Mr. Stevenson left Thun- MetalRepai ork. Bring y r Farm Mack*

Treasury Department reported nonfood item, .total agricultural day on the Champion for their to Us. We Ive a skilled q*
Saturday. output amounted) to 34 per home in New York after three
Only Region 7 (Miami area) cent more than pre-war The week here and In Miami Beach tor in harge. If it1 ladeof metalneedi
lead this region. In Martin 1948 crop wa :M per cent more. Tom 1 Is a brother of J D. Stevenson -
PAINTS County where the quota was set Use of more farm machinesand and Is an auto tale manager achine Won [ See Us.
I HARDWARE at $78.000. the report states $27,- Improved varieties of crops In New York City
/ ISO ha been Invested In E:, FInd Mrs.
r n ,. 1 SASH DOORS Carl.WDlard of Mt. Airy,
O bonds. The State' totalso N. C. spent Monday her with
i a r' PLASTER far la $13,054,144.or! 47.4 percent relatives and friend
of the quota. An intensiveeffort .
U being made throughoutthe France published the earliest i

SIDING country to Induce people to MORSETACK Tashlon magazines: In America, I 33

save tot security, tt was said. : Oodeys Lady Book was tint 1

:a method of .._. published In 1830, ,
Falconry hunting
bear & "Co. Inc. -
Hobc Sound Luj Supply small game before the advent of COMPANY '

firearm, was revived a* a sport

I IL and I 11 popular In England today

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Ts. 1. O.w ar Des .
I M I ,. M. DurlM M ..e I..me

L I Id pq Is\ Your Car \ross-E ed? Rod No Delay and Reel /lepaSrinc Hard, Redl ConLive

Expert MJvice Consult
Pro >t

W" Sell 'PaMake. for All D..F. EITH '
d "s SAFE DRIVING. ,. of eels PORT
I rv ; FLORIDA .
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WILE MOTOR !. CO. Harry Swing\ehur OwnerOld t EAST COAST WAT\ *, CONDITIONING CO, >

ARTHUR AUSBORN, Owner RUSS WILEY. Sales and ,SerrU., Mgr Dixie Highway 630 SOUTH 4th ST. I 884 orrl
{ North Federal Highway Phone 21 Near Jensen Beaak PHONE
r '

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I -.' ',,,,, N ''' '' ,,, 'W'> ''' .r ..,. ''Y "tl''W ..I''TIt ''"'-'Tf,!'<'.. ; \'\ ,. < ". i'o :f''P' \ \
rL n"1 :,,,1ry \\-f: 'frw ,'';f ''i; !''I\!\s $ 1I'\V'I\'J\1\5 \ npTan4NrR9"; '!( ,";AVr'r' "f' ; t \nf'I''II\\1 ,' I1t'l'I I ,'I('' "I''r''I\\'iI\\ f?


cfoce the Christian''era, a New Plants South. 'SILO UNLOADER : ===== aOIClOJlOlCloc: ==:lOCl0c=::::long PAYMENTS DECREASE Commission reported today To-

,1. WM giver to the purchaser for Now Tallahassee, June 5<*..-Unemployment tal person receiving benefit 3
a rw
title Salerno Civic '
of Association
and, taking the place n compensation payments this year were 7,617 as comparedwith i
n cur deed to the! property Being Sought in Burma HillsBy p for the week ending June 1,091 last :year, h* added.
OIClO-==:Oil B1 CLAD S H. PERRY! :lOclOClO: : : 21 were $118,954, a decrease of

''vlt On new member was -- $11,198.50 below the same period Only one-third of Florida' 22,.- I
T. H. EVERETTNew Falrchlld, And Wilson In his t mitted at the association's STAMPS TO POKTRAY lust year, Carl B. Smith, chairman -' 000,000 acre of ..woodlands under ;

CHONBERGER'SElectric York Botanical Garden) I later trips collected entirely on tt attended meeting June H ad-I HISTORY OF" FLORIDA I of the Florida Industrial organized fire protection. '

Through the ages, men have behalf- AmerIcan Interests. t President .Charles Conrad I' :::;::;;::-::::-=: :: == 1
Interested themselves in bring: Whatever has been done In sided., ,' Tampa, June 24 (FNSI -Flor 11111It1115,11uu11111111111I15IIulJIII11ti1111511111111111, 111111111111IIIIIIi,11111111ij: '
tog home curious plants and use' the past. It seems obvious thatIn ida's colorful history! will be GRINER'S I
The next card party will beheld
t 10E REPAIRING ful plant from different parts i the future most of the horti- tomorrow at the home of shown on attractive poster .
a of the world.I Marco RIVERSWETIESTAURANT I
Polo, from cultural
collecting that Is done '
Mrs. Rasmus Mortenson. stamps, with 24 different views 4
his travels Into China, brought! must be done at American Instigation -
plant back to Europe. John: The association with the Welfare on each sheet, tamps ,measuring SPECIAL > NU EVERY DAY

.rnjr&NStoSurplu. .Tradescant and his son, John,I It seems to me, at least, that of the community at large 91/4 by 2 3/4, Issued by the o fried Chicken, StAkt, Oysters and Shrimp :5
went great distances from England Institutions such as the New Y at heart, centers its attention Florida Historical Research!\ c HOME BOOKED 1
30$ Ea.t'4tKt. even, into Virginia in this, York Botanical Garden should his week on cooperation with stitute. Th4 first series will be Tasty, DelicNus Food
I .. country, into the Eastern the. Martin' County Children'
._ -- Mediterranean play a prominent part In this ready for distribution Dec. 1 in
and to Turkey, and Committee in its efforts and ALBERlVGRINER
Of course through the MRS. |
7 back ideals. It is time } anniversary of
brought to England all years, we here have played some heartening to realIze eatabtMhmont i Yo
manner of curious and'useful part; but in the main, the men that there Is.so. little de- the of the Ever Drive In Curb SAviee i
', plants. The early missionariesto sent out from this Institution Inquency reported In Martin glades National' Park. Each, series 'A MILE NORTH ST. LUCIE RIVER BW>CE ON FED. NO. i =
China and to other parts of have been sent out primarilywith County However the assocla- or sheet ,of 34< stamps wlllportr..y :IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII0111111111111IIIIIIIIPIIIIIIIII I11111IIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIliPence '
the world, sent home useful botanical lon, anxious to fulfill its responsibilities
I .. exploration in
a 100-year period, in
pianu. !Ballon: and soldiers, ai mind. The horticultural plants to the community of
well as 'Other people who made which they brought into cultivation Salerno feels almost like the Florldashlatory-,__, >
their ways to distant of of'' q'" farmer, about his treasured
parts This ,
were incidental to the purely > Is a cutaway view
I t v$' the ..world, brought back to their I botanical 'work which: they Sill'" unloiuVr in operation, with crops.weeded If he doesn't' keep them REQUEST, TRIMMED:: I Constru ion Co. '
homeland there will be no results.
plants that interested '
considered more serious and ensilage! being blown dOWlt.the Tampa'June, 24,-The Federal -
them. One to destroy the weedsof
which was the work they were chute and Is way Phone W3
Into'cart It Government trimmed $01,000off <
Most of the collecting that was sent out to do. opensteel Ignorance, superstition and '

done decorative primarily horticulture In the Interestsof 'To the best of my knowledge, Mild l is by the 3-hortepbwer newest invention motor, delinquency through education.from developing A large percentage is-I Florida the $200J)00 Council:) requested for the by Blind the, D-7 Bulldozer with Blade 'or Rake 4
was there has been little
'collecting the endless! of farm of education is for operation in the 1948-49 fiscal Also
done by Europeans Europeans of decorative garden plant for Job making' acquired year 'executive director M.' Vjj'Yard ragline r t P,
through local out ,
wpik easier our newspaper
played the most Important partIn the warmer parts of the United { '
PECIAL! that development. States Again I except some of .' churches and the schools. We R Barnett has reported.. .._,_ See Us for J s

In the early part of the last the work of Dr. Fal{ hlld; but Stamp' Ho.noiJg' know there are those who do not Clearing. .. Grad'g o Ditching, '
Mesh go to school, do not go to church County Children's Committee
century, Americans for the most on the whole, so far as I know DikiW Etc.
and whose greatest medium of I and are:
part had other matter with there have been' few If
any Women ScheduledFor
trust ,
Bracelet knowledge Is The Stuart News. Love understanding (
htch which to concern themselves collectors who have out
Consequently we would like to: Joint planning, respect, privacy.
y yaw e .ree'i: Mn i uM.IH than sending abroad for pretty with the primary purpose of collecting Sale July '19 place before the public the idealswe : responsibility, friendships and
of horticulturalvalue
flowers; but many Europeans, plants 1
'. "When fill 1
.ub weha ar.e.IM .ews. as an association have adopted religion. parents Iseea..w "
I.. people of culture and ..wealth for the warmer parts of \ a ,
I w.t J.w.I. for our community which are these basic delinquency
b.MI.. let r. r ..L.U were Interested In their green.. the United( States. ( those set forth by The Martin hasn't a chance!! '
,.,9 .,.,I.11y ,rkd, saewer houses and conservatories, and On my own rather brief tripsto Elizabeth ------ -----,. ,--- -- $ere I sit... /y Joe Marsh.I : ', t
y.'a bay r Stwrt0SPLETC they lent abroad collector to Florida and to Southern California Chapman Catt and Lucretia Mott f
t seek for orchids, and to look forother I have been Impressed not will appear on the new'cent -
"JEWLLIIY RVIC& rare tropical plants of one with the ..wealth"of plant ma- U. 8. commemorative stamp hon t rn SILLY I ? 1. ?
kind or another. They also terial that Is there, but rather oring 100 Years of( Progress of pets/AAINIIi 101tV1lOP F001qt J5t,11Y I 1 I d

sought plants suitable for their with the vast possibilities that Women." The purple stamp will d t* they let the'Wives in I '
outdoor gardens and after the I are offered to Introduce plants be placed on first day sale July re So Than Risking
Stuart Jewelers middle of the century when that might be grown there if 19 at Seneca Falls, N. Y., scene
China was opened up the search they were tried. Most of the of ,the First Women'. Rights ( :+r Your TWw Home By
Iy.r..Iy >u..rt ij"! !" > was intensified, I collectors who went to China' Convention in 1848. l\ ca The ex-Gl's of our t<*enter- After the feed" the husbands. {
269 OsceolslAve. There have 'been of course after that country was openedto Lucretia Mott's "A Declarationof / made ate or Uliied. their .elves th.olier' night took their wives on it a game of" 4'
some American financed col foreigners about the middle of Sentiments," delivered at the tr' Uni.fl Wiring it one of their "ftrd i<(f hsm- darts, and liter they played, "!'a4i..Uonl. -
(New Dehon Balding) lectors. I think of men like Rock I' the last century -concentratedon Seneca Falls Convention, often burger sandwiches. and i ice coldIwer. ." The party broke upround '

and Meyer, and.of course our Dr. the mountain regions In the has been called the Women'sBill (The girls hid hie4' thitthey'd ten, with the boys agreeing I '
west and In the north. They did
of Rights It was modeled on
E US like % eat that it mighty aaecenfuL ,
chlna- ause to let what > on was ,
not go Into South the Declaration of {
Independence. t '
It was not probable that I Elizabeth Stanton was Instru- FOR>IUARANTEED wheetheirhusbsnde gott'; lAother!) From whorl I sit,,it'. this companionship i

REAL\.ESTATE I likely U be hardy In Plants., mental In securing the passagein WIRING Being vary, the boys jtovicled among young couple { ;
In the Northern States ... New York of a law giving chicken sandwiches and c s and today, and their moderation ja a ( '4
found there. Yet for hundreds property rights to married women cider--for these wives wh, night sensible beverage like beer, that's ,
HomeSite Bid Waterfrontag of years Macao and Canton in 1 Carrie Chapman Catt one e have. other U,Us. But thou A they 'won the younger generation such 3
R&sonable South China were the only Chinese I of the leaders in the women's were grateful for the choice! oat a wholesome reputation I
parts to which Occidentals suffrage movement organized r sr "
of the wives agreed that m-
New Address* 4tr| Street, Opposite School had access and from this region and was president of the Inter. burger sandwiches and beer < re '
; A
came a number of most interest-' national Woman Suffrage Alliance a mighty pleasant combinstir :9e'4M : r 1
Ing plants. from 1DM-1923. :: ,,1Yill

'The first 'lon was the sweet Stamp collectors desiring first -
OK UBIN.THE orange.. You will note that the day eanrAllfltlnnft may send addressed t:500: 1 /,t'nittd Stare BlOWN ,FoundationFRAZER
,, sweet orange thrives In the envelopes, not in excessof --- -- : .1 I'
the 10, to the Postmaster, Seneca ,
.warmer parts of United
". States. The pittosporum, nan- Falls, N. Y. with postal note or
dint Rosa Bankslae/ certain evergreen money order to cover the cost ot: KAIS $ BUIlS ITS ; I
l till azaleas, camellias, cer- the stamps to be affixed.If 't't'S,
p TROUW.6 nth Phone265' tain Jasmlnums all came from Congress has Its ...a,' there
rs GIRL WITH is YOUR SHE N@ R that art* of the .orld-and all will be a number'of additionalU.S. ,
Important plant in the commemoratives this year. '
SPEAKS WITH-> 'rya are
II OUT THINKINt3! "VOLLRATH southern, the warmer parts of One bill authorizing a special :
OtT the United States 3-cent stamp in honor of Juliette

SPEAK t However, there has really been Low. organizer of the Girl Scouts
Plumber" very Uttle collecting done In of America has been passed by CAR j :
I The Southern China, and it occursto the House. Miss Low, a native of QUAITER-MILLIONTJI 1.:1.
me that there must be In that Savannah, Oa., organized the
FOR' region, and perhaps in adjacent first troop in 1912. .
'bill it-
Another for special '
wouldbe '
plantsthat '
; 2uick Dependable value for the center in honor Of the late William I<
of great garden
it this Allen White, Emporla, Kan., i
-----\t.P"f"i\! SERVICE warmer Before parts World of War country.II started,' editor, has also been passed by f"" !

I discussed this matter with Dr. the House.DOCTORS. All Records with ,
itj 1 Wh: AXE: EQUIPPED TO' HANDLE 1 ANY SIZE JOB Robbins. My ideas were sympa- WILL MEET Shattering I P

ESTIMATES SUBMITTED thetically received, and we began t
Doctors from throughout the
seek of sponsoring
to a way
State will gather at the George

j Vollrath Plum iog ServiceLARRY in the ticularly the of introduction plants South.adapted that We into would contacted to cultivation this be country par one-. to Washington attend nextweek the 16th Hotel through annual in' Jacksonville Gradu-July 3- the Most-Copied f errs '

VOLL ATH of the most successful and renowned ate Short Course offered by the
311 Akron Ave. Stuart, Fla. plant collectors of the University of Florida' Graduate -
day, Capt! F. .Klngdon-Ward,] School, in cooperation Department with of Medicine the- in i; America; t k ,

---, ,
-,-- -- --t Florida Medical Association and .
the Florida State Board of ,I
Health. F \ ,: I I

and he undertook to collect in

r. '!,.,/ ,' :. ... I, our The behalf. those > \1';
war interrupted
', ', ',' plans not seemed, and sine practical its end in South-it has 250,000 ,

ern China. But Captain King
) don-Ward is well known AUld ,,1
knows well India, Burma, Assam ,
and Tibet.! He has access to an 'II (

>t 'area tier, the on the Manlpur Burma-Assam Hills. Right fron- FROM. 7 IRS IN JUNE'46 \ .. : '; !

now, as you wit here and as I
speak Captain Klngdon-Ward, :
who plans to be away about a .TO ,000 CARS TO H\\
year: U up there In the moun- ate,

A FortuAe In Friends taint plants thrive in of which our Manlpur Southern'he ,thinks collecting State will BE BULL IN JUNE '48 ; .

You may say, "How does he i :
The thousand i o ;tends and customer of our know that they an going to r'i, 4 ,IrI

bank didn't just w ; ''W like Topay. To be'some'IS thrive in the States" He does I e J' l''I
n't. But we sent to him catalogs ,
of honest '
I has taken year ,
exact U and lists of the plants that are ''I I
dealing 'and squar treatment to acquire our known to thrive in the South, I

'famil and that gives him a good Idea
of the kinds of plants that are :
And there, will be no %up in the friendly and worth'trying." ,I am satisfied 1):1
steadyprocession from."the information be has
courteous: service that%(* brought, a
sent us, and from the first seeds
We d l'
bank. ( '
of facesTfcto our KAISER '
new which' are now coming Inwealready ,, a !!
like to serve you and extend a mighty cordial ;have, perhaps two or ,
three dozen different kinds ofseeds
in and getV svcquainted.
invitation to stop i II
from (this expedition-that \
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Available, Now s. tain exceedingly good remits.,
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foot in Florida, forest in the
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, at\ least 4,000.000 acre more FRAZER
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r'' ? every Thursday at SAID This week the story \Is about some of the (poems of Ru "
: Stuart, Martin County, Florida, lyre!
:" "' ;;i. OF FLA. TO CALIF. Few writer have excelled him In versatility and cretinhLj
\1 fltuart Dally Mews, tee, a
\ e Florida corporation. 'a I..... Earl Waned Critic agree that b* was the master batladist of his n s. iT
, FACE Entered U second-class mall /y Governor of California, about the pulsing' : everyday things of life. This writer t bfli
CUD matter at the poet office at Kt 1 Iliad hoped to tie In Ln An one of the best good-will ambassadors that the British EmnM' ell

ATV t Stuart, Florida under the Acts > grin at the Kiwanta Internationa' Besides his poem he wrote many stories

I ;' of March ., 117.. 1 Convention and greet you personally One of his best known poems The' Recessional\ I'8dt '
, Ad A FREE PRESS t 1 Since It Is Impossible\ for m. pram for all nation The lost.stanza follows
I spanpatm I 4a ?141 35 YEARS OF SERVICE b (else there I am tending you this For heathen" heart that pats her fns

nt nd 4 I had anticipated listenIng In reeking tube' and iron a sort
la. atwn \ message ,
r D.Ut:: : : = n
With l'' A FREE PEOPLE M>t Ht cob,.... l III ,...: aw'uwnr. II. ,, e,'" to your address before the con All valiant dual that bvtldt an dart,
t HIS. .it4 th. a..... 11I. ... i'i't4 I -'k.-.l ft. had 'bens planned And guarding taO*'not Tlieg to
faclWatbll .. ... _. ... t'wd
.Yes TIM TlM .ltd.
I Kuril S. 1117 Til* a..... DUr that I would I peak briefly following For frantic' 'boa* and feoluh world i
,........ .
... + b saw N.Nn. ...0.5.5.. r.b e niL....It..cob.I .. ul.w. it you. Thy Mercy on Thy People, Lord:
I ,... ..,.. i
i \ Tko .ko_ r r I sincerely admire yoil ai one of His poem Cunga Din (a story of a water carrier, sttalj

it t E t (the nation'I (top. statesmen Your British Regiment in India) personifies loyalty to the kitty" nd
iI NATIONAL DITORIAL splendid achievements at Cover. 'E carried me fluxw
I in >* YOSSOCIATION nor of California haven' an Inspiration To where e doolt lay '-

I to me In my campaigning An s bullet come ... drilled the beggar drab

I MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS for Governor of Florida rremient 'f put me afe nvnde ,

; Tk. A>wr!.tt4. r.... l 10 toll,M ,.,lu,l..lr M tb. sad for _.bU...".. .f >ll I Iloeal tilt reference, was,made to )yom An ,fr* before 'E did. +'
3' __ .. .. .. .... ..
VrintW tllla <* ._. .u all AP 4to. lcll.. able l administration as Governor of liked drink
"I ufW, !you your! tn Gtrngt'!: Din.
{: EDWIN A. MENNlNCkRURNKST .._, .,... ... _hbl"Iw tt California.. At 111 next governor 1 I MANDALAY
f : f LYON .... ... ... .... ..... ...._.(dim. : hope I can give Flnrkle (lie bri).
i iI fDWIN A. MKNN1NCFK Jit .. .... ..,_ ... .. Cltr Mlur :., hunt and cited "By the oW Moiilmetn Pagoda, (noting eutfuW I to die/ lit'TIIIIf
WILLIAM H HITCHKJ. .. ... ...... ..._ AlwnI.ue M..._ leadership government !'* a Barons girl/ tilting, and know the think, a).,'
I I JOHN u MiNNiNren: ; ... ,h_ .. .., .. ... lI.i_. M..._ I that California. hat enjoyed For the. uiiKf It man palm trees and the temjife bell(I'-"
II under' your' \ administration. I want '
I CO"k.' you British fcoWter. come you back tlu
fl f SUBSCRIPTION RATESi to know how glad I to be a
aV" Sir Mill: On. V... . t Tw. r...... ............._._,.. sass you : Come yow back to Mandalay, ,
1 1 1t. 17 j i \. adwnbha. raw _do ....... .. _.._ n. .....__, n MM U* near cRiem good fortune of state to that lie haI In the the great same Cant !you 'tar their paddle chunking from, Him ...* \,
obwtt..bl..d.wL, } to UandalayfOn J
\ 'if J TM A..trd r.... I.t'a.M"urr"y.t .nr i.ull.d'it.. ... I., r.a.bawtt.a. ml tt s... unkm" with California.The the rood ta Mandalay"

"' '1' purchase of California; for, Where the //Tying fisher ,flay, ..
: ,:j THE TOURIST PROSPECT tlSOOOOOO() by the United States Antt'the dawn cornel up like. thunder' outer CJiInf.

\\j ; j So long: as Miami Beach and Miami continue to toss 100 yean ago was probably thegreatest 'ftoii the, Bay. t j

4 I million dollar hotel .into the South Florida resort\ pond, bargain In the whole history 1 Thisrem has evoked a Storm of criticism Critlcs'lIY"i

; '. the smaller commun tuof South Florida will feel the of bartering. The acquisition I near Motilinrin or Man< Loy could look*,east to tbr snu l 1br
:"" effect of the ripple! of California In 1848 was the most water Is to the west of Moulmeln; Mandalay .ia shiest rim I*,

\ ; Whether those hotels fill up or not, they must engagein profitable purchase that could he' miVs. Inland and the dawn could not 'come up like thunder,onteG

in Intensive promotion and they are bound to !stir up made Indeed, California and it I cross the Ixty \as the only ,water east of Mandalay Is the ttn,

,.!i a great number of prospective) visitor who want something \ counterpart Florida are the Edtni River, However Kipling Isn't t the only writer tr>make .1 xrograpW>
of the Western World. Had Adambeen
o .t simpler' quieter and less expensive. tike and we must admit the poem \fa good. Ptrlupi his Wid( |,
,'I l This overflow will continue to back up the East Coast! / .! stationed.- In California or were newspaper men trying to get even for the! satire "heiprdat.. ..
Florida he would, have rented' !
Commun' like Fort Pierce and Vero .
ties Stuart Beach are D in the Tale of Dchluth/ Aberyswlth."She
with his life the celestial command
directly benefited enory time another giant modernistic a(2f c. Batrmtlyd: exttmitvrlii a man, fh/mr/ Ctiitoe.

!, hotel 1 rises on,Miami Beach! because ,a bunch of new customers to get met.FTwida. .. . Who+ mode of taming money. wot. ,* /low and m..meJHe ] lilt
being created for who do not want the It seems likely. tol
are \im nightclub may wrote" tvr certain pep atmosphere' nervous tension or stratospheric prices low some of California, citrus and
j in shop or the
nxme 11'fIw.g s tearing off mmII ,
of Miami Beach One World or No World Says EinsteinToday tourist' patterns, and I kink forward ,wever when ilpllng: had Sir Anthony Closter.. buried t m
-- ------ to an early Visit to your state
made no mistake. Ckmter s wife had died some yean earlm ad.4uImripd
.d ;, THE FLOOD CONTROL PLANIt to see at first hand how It Is you"
in the> Straits of Macassar between Celebes and Pom

!, It will now behoove Martin County to support the the magazines and newspapers ways and means they would /submit do Florida so many would things be so well. We In "Tmy J e Indeed OIl the. grating/ vty treathy, let

1' Comprehensive Plan for Flood Control in South Florida- are full) of the sordid minutiae! of mankind their plan to the Governments. Those. merited to have highly honored rompli Hundred and tighter EeM remember and South "HIW

;' if for nothing more than to nee that there are additional ranging from the most brutal of murders would hardly raise serious objections, time you for as our In Florida Wl1O'nthe, old man died the Mary Chester (s ship amti*

outlets for controlling Lake Okeechobee during emergency and tritest of love stories to glowing advertisements but rather agree speedily on the measures guest are at right any proud, too wo of whatwe wife) was carried\ to this point and pink With his body lies
"'' periods about the merits of cigarette to be taken. last request to his son: v
have offer the world and '
'" t In fact, that I is probably the most sensible basis on lighters and the wonders of new automobiles Those who have no faith in the possibility !- want all Californium Tour Mother would call It nMre/il but Foe sous" aid aide/

Y. which we can secure our objective which is: the least while the atom bombs tick away of the establishment of world order I we I to Invite enjoy IU come In my' ;iriu>JII carriage ml bid it wait at tin dan .

possible' fresh water and mud for this area the /seconds, may well ponder the words of a living man our blessings particularly Hundred. and Eighteen/ Kent, remember, and South just T ....'
as a remote ,
I ir, St. Lucie Canal deepening and widening is going to Yet, once in a while over the globe a credited as being one of the most intelligent you M> Inauguration remotely next cousin 4 The Poets geography wu correct this time. SereralhattcUi

I be accomplished as the first !step of the plan. Whetherwe voice speaks out men on earth: 1 In my our Capital City of Tallahassee J January, the Latitude and Longitude wlikh, places it in the middle d Un

.4; t4 like it or don't like it, there is nothing we can do about One of' those voices, which may well The unlimited sovereignty of the national Strait !between Celebes and Borneo.
it now except accept the coming fact While we have be t heard, J.U that of Dr. Albert Einstein, States means that each State has to Greetings to aU the Kiwaiuarn lip Ballad of East owl West sound. Isle a prnphrnOn.
taken with some skepticism) assurances that this would the mathematician and physicist who astounded be prepared lot the eventuality of war. I at the! IntCTnotfnnal Cnnventinft, tent It fast. and Writ it West, and never" iht/ liml MI
I T; mean 'more water over a shorter time, and thus be a the world with his theory on the Under the technological conditions of today and to all the people of your' great: Tin/ earth and why eland presently' at Code great udimeit).. Ml

lesser evil to,the present situation' it is obvious that from equivalence'of matter and energy. Out of. this means: to prepare with every possible' state Tills list would not be complete without the last tenrtikr'

If now on our/ major hope for less water will be the deepen. that theory will tome the Atomic Age _, means for mutual total annihilation. ,That Yours.. The Ulies. .
'' ing of other outlets! and the completion of the plan To It there is to be one. And Einstein says: preparation. in turn, rapidly -makes war Fuller Warren. What did ,the Colanrfl lady thlnkf

f gIve us maximum guarantee of less water, the entire plan Most and with war the total annihilation of all, Nobody never knew' ,
people on living their YOU CAN7'EAT CRASS
must be put into effect-at least those sections of it per. go every'' inescapable It Is the fatal vicious circle Somebody asked the s.rcHnI'ff./ .
day life half frightened half indifferent
taming directly to getting water off the lake or slowing ; into which we have fallen due to our own (American Eagle) And tlie add him tn*.
they behold the
v down flood hazards in streams leading to the lake. Thus comedy that ghostly tragi- shortsightedness and negligence done to half the land of this When you get tat foal! /in the tote.
i{ it is to our interest to urge that the Caloosahatchee and the international is being before performed on If we do not succeed in extricating our nation would be napless 'for food They're!/ 'like' at t row of 'pint .
stage the
t. i other canals leading from Lake Okeechobee be deepened and ears of the world But eyes that selves from this, vicious circle we shall all jmxhiction If It weren't for thebreedsN for ,the Colonef lady and My 0'Cnay;

-and that the system of check dams planned for the stage on which the actors under on the of us be lost together. And the longer we and raiser. of livestock Are' slam under their AmiNo .

Kws'meealley' bA constructed floodlights/ play their continue to march ahead on this fateful and the packers who start, meat one can say that Kipling lacked the common toocl. I
'yl From a navigation standpoint the waterway stands our fate of tomorrow ordained life or death parts of, road, the more difficult it will be to leave along the channels that end at the works he walled with kings and still retained itI .

to gain by the work which will be done. On this angle we the nat? h being decided., It. dinner table I will close with his tribute to the U. S. Mariner

f,'' quote the 'prime authority in Florida Col Willis E. Teals It would pns There is only one way out and that You cant eat grass By itself And/after f found h"" aR:over the UWH t
t tri District Engineer U. S. Engineer Dept Jacksonville: be different if the problemwere is the creation of law and order in the field/ It adds nothing whatever .(he Doing aO tort of thine' I

j Deepening of the Cross-Flor da Waterway from himself not one of the things made by of international relations. It ,makes little food supply Meat animals, on the Such, at.landing hhntelf' with s go'/' /! Rill,
1, Ft. Myers 10 the Intracoastal Waterway near Stuart man and other such as the atomic bomb sense to ask whether this is practical or other hand, thrive and grow on It. To talk to them 'eathen tlnglHe
was authorized by the River and Harbor Act of 2 means of mass destruction otherwise according to our taste. In fact Inedible[ grass becomes edible meat 'ileept' in a hammock "
August 1945 ; however, due to lack of funds. it has equally menacing all peoples It would it is positively stupid to raise' the question that keeps the rountry'.lnrden full liateadofftot I

been impossible to complete any of this work to date be different of bubonic, for Instance if an epidemic whether it would not perhaps be better to Our meat animals population And he' drill with the deck onw.

The recent authori/ tion for dredging the St. Lucie the entire plague were threat. wait a little while before setting up a world must be kept at a high level If wear For there isn't. thing on top of this earth II
world. In
Canal between St Lucie lock and Lake Okeechobee at ening such a case government and, in the meantime to go to The don7kssow da. '
needs beggar
supply our own and or
:'. a cost of $1.600,000, when completed in addition to conscientious and expert persons ahead on the old road. The case is exactly maintain .' I I.
.providing considerable flood control benefit will be would be brought together and they like that involved in an inescapable our foreign exports. We "
would work opera cent turn our meat supply and MANY "COMIC" BOOKS ARENTKlss'mmee
i t1 the first step in obtaining the project depth on this out an intelligent plan to tion. Each day's postponement diminishes on
route. combat the plague. After having the probability that the patient will off like a f ucet. Thereiho, mlraculous ( f Gaiette: )

During the past months when every possible effort reached agreement upon the right out of it alive. come assembly line that will produce Americans worfy about what.is going into terof !.*

I was being made to discharge flood waters from .. an_animal ready for the pack- their "youngster They keep a close check on JIll'

the lake region and the people in the vicinity of Stu IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMIIIIIIIMIIIMIIIIIIIIItlllllll I l l l l l l l111111111111ii i iii11111111111111111 NOTHING MORE THAN TO BE ers than In a few minutes It takes more! watch the best sellers, eye the school to lee thutfw
: to marketable
art were objecting strenuously to the muddy waters THIS WEEK'S POEM year .grow a 'I proper material passes into young' hands.
EXPECTED tog. and two to three thtb'\
years to
being discharged past their doors little thought was grow But they are more or less ignoring one of
given to the navigation possibilities of this new authorization II iiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMi I I I III III IIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII, II I I II III..la (Sylacauga News) a decline beef! steer, .Any considerable fields of youthful literature the so-called comic

I s The work for which bids were just received THESE ARE NOT LOST A man, too stingy to subscribe to In our animal population Circulate' figures for these pulp magazine an
would take
I It
+ for the St. Lucie Canal will result in 'completion The look of sympathy the gentle word his home town) paper,'lent his little The only sound a long time for to make up. mical, and the biggest buyers are youngsters. iii
: I of about 90 of the between Stuart policy American Many of book will muster, if you If
percent project the
Spoken so low that rely angels I heard; boy to a copy from hi.nelgMXII' agriculture. In the words of pass
:11 f and Lake Okeechobee. ThIs' will leave only 4 miles TV: secret art of pure stlf-sacrifice, In haste, the boy ran of Agriculture, .Is theSecretary limit d"But many'latter more could b. classified as f four! .
I' Intended
.organIzed. <
of channel (all of which is between Stuart and the obviously
Unseen are
If'I by men, but marked
i by angels Into sustained and
of realistic (
a bees and abund
.yf't- swarm in 10
I is St. Lucie lock) which will have less than 8 feet of THESE ARE NOT LOST morons .but unfortunately'on most bookstand .hel..
I t ( water. Local interests should look forward to obtaining minutes he looked Ue a warty ante.Meat comics are Jumped together. So these shady ,
f t 'early completion of the remainder of this leg of The sacred music of tender strain; summer squash His father ran to animals, which are the whose chief characters usually are scantily dad I

the project St. Lucie lock to the Intracoastal Water. Wrung from a poet's heart by grief f and pain his assistance and failing to notice farmers chief source of cash Income are right under the hand of the youth who ml1 ,

way The great fresh water fishing area of La.ke) Okee And chanted timidly with doubt and fear the barbed wire fence ran into are also the backbone of t be searching/ for the latest adventures of "rupriephant .
chobee will then become accessible to vessels of greater To busy crowds who scarcely pause !to hear:**\ tremendous Industry which proccs_ ," u
t I draft in addition to the larger potentialities of commercial THESE ARE NOT LOST a that ruining f 9 pair of paints. ses the product for a profit of only Other objectionable "eomica," while hddia//*
I' I The old tow took advantage of a fraction of a water-borne traffic perMeat the "crime offer <
I The kindly plans dovW for others' : : does not pay' motto, 1"11'01'1
We are going to get fr>sh water-and a lot of fresh So seldom guested so little understood.good, ,'. ,' the gap In the fence, got In the corn Is A staple Item In the Ameri- snarling criminals, elaborate.. torture routines iThis'ten't I

t vat el'-during emergency periods in the Everglades. But The quiet steadfast love that strove to win fir-Id! and) killed herself eating green cart diet and the whole process of der r- .
with a deeper and wider canal we will have the advantageof producing (It. begins( on grass-land, Indlctme
Some weary wanderer from the of sin *:: corn. Hearing the commotion his 'Intended to be a sweeping
increased waterway traffic, more yachts calling at Stuart ways a great portion of which .Is useless comics. have
Many stick-to animals, many
LOST four
ran ,
out upset s -gsllo n for! ,.
and increased significance of the waterway as a whole anything save the feeding of of the less gory type (what true comic fan.Mould'
Looking a long way into the future, the deeper waterwaymay Not lost, 0 Lord for In Thy City bright churn of cream Into a basket of lit. livestock magazine that didn't have at least one "thud .

be a prime factor in increased improvements at St. Our eyes atoll: see the past by clearer light tie chickens drowning the entire He who veto 'wwie" per panel) and semI have even set up a."

Lucie Inlet and the creation of a deep water port And things long hldtlrnafrom our'gaze' below batch. In her haste she dropped Influence rt a useful strict rules to bar blood sex and profanity. ,
So it would appear that the wise thing to do now is to Thou wilt reveal and we shall surely know- a $35 set of false teeth. must bo careful to instill A code prepared by one publishing house lh>a till

I cooperate, add our two-bits worth to the rest of South THESE ARE NOT LOST. The baby., being left alone, nothing. Let him not.be troubled comics with a circulation! of 1,700,000 a month,

Florida, and plug for completion of the pjan.I Mae E. Andrews crawled through the cream Into the by what.his.. seems absurd, but consecrate resembles the edicts that come out of Hollywood 1d h
I brand energies to the creation of
parlor..mining a new )50 office .
SAVE YOUR CHILDREN'S LIVES THE NEED FOR.A FOLDER carpet. During the excitement, the what Is god. The code bans ugg stlte drawin. favor deJII
oldest daughter eloped with the I Goethe hero, f orbii
School Is out and summer Is here. Over 600,000 The City of Stuart t needs a.bunch of calling cards In hired man the dog broke up IIsetting ture the criminal but not at the hands of the to be es"super"

11 children are holiday bent These children will be playing I has figurative language our community should have a i hens, and the calves got out A word or a nod from the good scenes, denfe the right of a hero tba}h"T.

everywhere on the streets and in the middle of traffic. folder showing our advantages pictorially., and chewed the tails off} four fin .has more weight than the eloquent material, and taboos ejaculations "
kinds We could use 10,000 to 20,000 illustrated folders, speeches of others ren might copy "to the distress of their P* ? ;bill't]
They will be doing all of things that a child's mind per shirts on the clothes line. .I. PP"4!'
This is and ,
can, conceive. It is up to the grown-ups and Jhe, parentsto rear showing local beauty spots and extpllmg our advantage Moral; Don't borrow your MI&1abor' .- Plutarch sensible censorship tlreulatlon.l '
protect these young. ones from harm. as a place to live, paper; its too riiky. I ,' effect on the booka have aollt|!
The largest number of children killed in traffic. accidents ,Jensen Beach has a community folder and a most A good man does good merely by It seems to us that all comic should 1tf .

hY j / are of the 1.14 year group and most of these are attractive one!. Salerno' Civic Association ia'distributinga You cannot teach a child to take ,ivmg ,censorship, either voluntary or compulsory'ills
II killed during vacation. I simple folder calling attention to the advantages of core of nimself unless you will lei .. Bulwer Jeetlonable material U kept away from

P Let's'all try to make this a Safe Summer stated Asher Salerno. To date Stuart Is without a folder, although the him try to take core of himself H* youth. to baa Ihf
Frank. Director of the Florida Safety Council. city ia now seriously considering such an advertising effort will make mistakes; and ,out of Too much cannot be done towards Recently some cities have begun h vilong
If everyone will practice SAFETY and parents keep I. and it will probably be a reality before fall. 1"IIIIttaltee" will come his wis guarding and guiding well lurid funnies 'Indianapolis and Detroit ""
i their children off the streets and observe all traffic'' laws A town without a folder (Is a town without calling doss: the germinating! and Inclining lists of offensive publications and have

'we will have a safe summer I Bards. H. WI !ocher though, of childhood. from the stands'.. until they are cleaned up. IP *f
I Mary,Baker Eddy ''That seems" an excellent solution. Clean .



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FISHING Florida Miss Phylls Baker, telephone FURNITURE :
Martin Count Red ero.ajltei' II I employe In Stuart, was given a

will present a 'round 10-day leave to attend the Red 1
12 Ferris WheelBy QUALITY .. STYLE and CHARMFor
bit discussion Sunday at :IS IN THE FAMOUS Cress national aquatic school In -

apletl It, sutlon future WIHA plan'about! tot the the St. Lucie Region HORTENSE K. WELLS I Roosevelt. She left State on Park June ChlpleyOa 13 and. Living Room/ ed Room, Dining Roost and, Kitchen d I 1 1O

4 Ctou' new yea* which begins 1. I There is at least one thing on will return today. Miss Baker Urns I II omplet. I '
I. (I. speaker will be OwgeI \ ft HATUH which President Truman ha wa chosen as delegate to the A VIS1TILL CONVINCE YOURoddenb

Hlronlmus, k-chalraun; By ERNEST LYONS achieved complete unanimity: .4
school by the Martin County Red Furniture '
L Mary! Shaekelford, execa !4 Nl.ihi" Being naturally lazy, I am flit t couple of hundred pounds of j that I Is the reaction of Floridians Cross chapter committee and y "'

L secretary; ,Wra. Lloyd Ckrte. Ing !this apace today,with guest channel bass, s nap p f r and. to Presidential belittlement of Robert Zubrod, director of the Cor, AT. A and \ 2nd St., Fort Pierce ,t,
chairman volunteer eer- column which I wrote for Al (Jor-I snook I Florida sunshine. They don't like 'rI I
school She will be trained In
Welchairman It. and that Is 'Of,
and Mr*. Charlotte ion flshlng editor of the Miami a masterpiece
staff asalstanc Script Herald, and which was published Then there Burt Pruitt's understatement. From every' water safety, first aid and accident -

L program has been written bye Monday, Flahln Farm on the tropical corner of the State, from Pen- prevention; and on her return ( ,

Beverly Smith _... "What can South Florida folks North f Fork of the St. Lucle I saoola to the nation southernmost she win conduct lessons in LIST Roams; .,?meat. and Rental
do to have fishing tun In and you'reach It by a side road from i city of Key West., Indignation water safety, your 3
Homes with ,
around Stuart this time of U S. I about 6 mile north of sizzle like water sprinkledon us } 1'

Unaccustomed ai t am year" asked Allen Corson Stuart-where you can get an a hot stove. With the Weather -: hung a 30-cent price tag on our L. FJ0LFORD r
Bureau reporting a high of 83 (
Inboard outboard and tossplugs
this scarlet garibaldi fish stem O K" Al-here goes They can or sunshine, that tore it. and the
ASTATIMENlOtOuir a temperature check of Chambers -,
at schools oT "castln' rod
to he do Just about mar Eatats i.
say as investigates a hydro everything that of Commerce would register OTC hastily snatched back Its
phone (water version of a microphone has made this section famous! a* now tarpon"These that are babies rolling up from there S at least 20 degrees higher Offer of hospitality and Invited BUYING JT SELLING a RENTING
) that has been loweredinto I fishing resort at half the I run him to go to California or any PRjfEHTY MANAGEMENT
POLICYV price and' twice the to SO pounds; they re abundant Either we have' a perverted At;
pleasure other climate that he
his underwater world! The and of humor I warm rite P, O Box No 4 rre
Our dear Northern friends hare, capricious- made of coiled sense or none at all, might select. .
hydrophone records s eliciting all home steel wire. but the whole teapottempeststrikes I North Colorado Avenue F t
gone except for a: It Is unfortunate that, in the
1 A Word of Advice ( sound made by the garibaldi) to handful of the smart ones who You may east all day. hook 50, us as distinctly (funny, as' rash of vetoes caused: at least In Phone 317
from Folks who .disprove the old scientific theory know that the best fishing Is land live-or get nary a strike- for example, the situation part by resentment of Presidential Stuart, Florida '
know! Insurance that there Is no ,sound 'in the In May and June. These canny' but I guarantee you'll see hun- which the Greater; Tampa' pokes at Congress, the South-
Figures Always "silent deep." stragglers have been reaping a! dreds as well as one of the prettiest Chamber of Commerce presently' ern delegation joined In"overriding ...
i1 Show a T 1 harvest of tarpon channel bass flshlng stream In,America And Itself the veto of the BulWinklebill. j .,
1 and sea trout; but there aren't a jungle river looping between On May 4 delegate to the This bill removes railroads : i
UPTUjMTTn Auto and enough of them to get; in the: banks bordered by live oaks fes- Democratic( National Conventionwere from anti-trust restrictions\ and I
moUle Death tooned with Spanish moss, air elected the, most widely .} ,
way of us home folks as we unlimber : gives them an absolutely freehand
BMries, WHEN our gear and get down to plants and native orchids. publicised Issue, being the Tru in the matter of rate ,: '
VACATION DAYSJ es RACts, the serious business of rial Take your bass tackle along man civil rights program whkhUcausing : agreements. Ever since reconstruction ) ,
I COME. We Urg/ Cracker fishing In the good old since the large mouth and blue- so many Democratic! day the South has i Highest
You to go on ojfr summer time, II tills are plentiful, with streamer headache. not only In the South; labored under the handicap of Your '
fcj Summer T r I / tt9S 4sarsacrs Fishing is tops. Uncle Sam flies predomlnatelyTavored right but throughout the country. On! unfair 1 discriminatory freight Paid ForUSED ,y\
FULLY PROTECT. has thoughtfully closed off 6t now, April 27, one week before thatprimary ;I rates which ha retarded the CAR
t ED with LiaMlitjr Lucie Lock on the big canal from I'm not going to quote rates or: ,the OTCC Invited President growth of Industry and the economic See U* Before I
Accident. Lake Okeechobee which muddledthe name the camps at Stuart Jen-! Truman to visit Tampa.I development of this sectionof
and Iniuranc You Sell 1
8t Lucie all winter and early sen Beach' and Salerno other Acknowledgement of the Invl a- the country. During the last / or
l 'CaB U* ( spring; and there sea green than to assure you that "just lion, while cordial tone, neither I four years considerable progress; i ,'
TODAY waLt on the.flood all over the folks'I dont need a satchelful of I declined n accepted but left, hu been made toward c rrec- '
T AND TITLE St.: Lucle. -Indian River. inlet folding money to enjoy summer the door open for further consideration : tlon of this Injustice, which SUNRISE MOTOR COMPANY '
!N STICAr10Na JH-XS a. % PHONE I** j
ED P ,sows area. !fishing! up this way I I progress now has been tossed
: vm. INSURANCE Get down there in the early If 'any readers want definite I It Is quite likely, though we Into the ashcan by the passage '
l mornings and you'll find the Information about these areas have no definite information on over the President veto, of the r
REAL 1 F RIDAASST water as crystal clear as In the write Edward Ward, secretary:I this point, that Individual members'of Bulwlnkle measure. ;
P. a Arc* e Keys, and enjoy the strange sen Jensen Beach Business MensAssociation the OTCC viewed the Certainly Mr. Truman lam :
Phone IS CT CO.JIME satlon of floating on a sea of or H. B. Kraft, manager -i civil rights program with a basting of Congress has not hada i ;
VNEDY. glass, looking down at schools of of Martin County Chamber, Jaundiced eye, but the furore conciliatory effect on differences RUGS: ;1
1TUA1t'LORIOA channel bass, snook and trout, of Commerce at Stuart. I caused by that program dldnt I existing between that body R aADLC I ig
while flocks of mangrove I lessen the news value of the InvItation and the executive branch but ,
By the way, H B tells me that
from the shoreto to down and I this
mappers ease put come see neither justified nor excusesthe
he has couple of hundred 108
look you over i us some time and disapproval action of Southern SenatorsIn 'fl
Stuart Guides left !
You'11 page Fishing of the civil further !
see sheepahead grazing rights program was making possible even
HURRI NE PROTEC ION complacently along the grass; - both to the fish and the -
i as resorts
bottoms,'and mullet everywhere. the publicity. However, all pub- South. I '
) and will be glad to mall I f I''
jalousies As a breeze springs up or the licity bint good' and when Mr. Maybe he was right when he
Rain and tide changes, the "moment of em free on a first-come, first- I Truman (the ungrateful critter)i said It was the worst ever! ... Firth Man.iof Hou Klearflax
Aluminum i served! basis Remember to write ._ .
--- --- --- -- ---- -- --
d charm will be gone but it's I 't
him for one, not me. I'm going /
Glare ---I
worth the trip, to the St. Lucie
Controla Sun Parlor just after dawn If fishing, I Armstrongs InKid Linoleum and Asphalt Tile f I
!Ions Shutters nothing more than to see the '
wonder of natural pert Installation '
Beauty a aquarium
reaU4lbs A ham will be served I
,Jensen Beach S miles northof by women upper of the Hobe Sound .. CORSAGES CUT FLOWERS t
Stuart, Is geared for summer
l.ul I..I.R.I.. Community Church at the com- FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS
Rshln and loafln. The quiet '
little community on the Indian munity Wednesday building at ( -pm. next DOMEJ Hill IMl'URlUs" CERAMICS'SMITH'S GRIR/IN-ECKER, Inc. y
River, connected with some 10
SHUTTER PR miles of unspoiled ocean beach ''t
by a mile-long free Soloing Mrs. 'T C. Housmann of Scw-Mrs FLORAL & GliV SHOPWE LOOR COVERINGS I h
ails Point has as her guests ,
nsa *TUAE FLORID PHONE Os? OR.R !bridge: has dozens of attractive /
J. 1... Dodson of New York City WIRE FLOWERS
cottage camps and light' housekeeping 900 Bout iaie Fort Pierce, Fla. \ \, lp l\\
and London and her lster-tn- '
apartments for summer Arcade: BId,.; 5th St., Ft Pure / Phone 310-J .
law,Mr* F W Oooch, from Jop-
vaca Uon1lta. ,
.., Un, Mo
Summer rates prevail; you can ;
CUTNT jet plenty of live shrimp for ,f''
bridge fishing or river fishing : I
and there are rowboats" and I .
COMMERCIAL .OTOGRAPHY small launches. 'H/
r There are a? couple of new .
Real Estate Ph tography places on the ocean beach itself I

-and, by the way, when I /said
[Attractive Photo ofWour Fi.hVg Party and Catch. "unspoiled ocean beach" that i
what I meant No hot dog stands I \ '
Just sand and breakers, ,, \ .
PORTRAITS Af t AERIAL pVoTOCRAPHY sea oats and Spanish bay- \

Krueger BIdg. Box 293 \ Phone 324 onets, the way Ood made 'em,
with lots of whiting, yeUowtalt,
croakers, Channel bass,.blues and WcNDk
pompano In the surf .
Sallfishlng Is excellent, and !LcIPJ1 I .
"J01. lots of big klngflsh!! are being I '
caught In the stream andover J" .1

MOSLEMPLUMBING the reefs. Stuart, Salerno and ,
Port Bewail have fleets of deep ,
I sea boats at summer rates-Its $ I I'jl
inexpensive If you share expenses I 1t"
- JOBBING CONTRACTING --and some of the biggest sails : ; :
ever landed here have been 'jl
Prompt, EfficiCit Service: All Work G ranteed caught In June. I ; if''

IGHT OR DAYPhone At Salerno Port Bewail, and. % j I
near the Inlet there are Inexpensive
Justfi 246 party boats for reef fishing jt I d' ;
and rowboats and Inboardsfor "

''lllllllllllllllllllllllltftiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMliiiiiill lllllllllMlllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIII We river go pretty flshlng heavy-on live bait I ; ,

down around the inlet, preferably ,
"BBCKER' *" c live white muttonflsh shiners \END SUM ME GRAMS

: or' Jive shrimp although diving
darting plugs are equally v i
S/l B The boys from the Ever- q
3 Mile Worth of Stuart on U.
and '
all winter
: glades-who farm
DELICIOUS\FROZEN CUTARDS fish all summer-have made a loAllyouRou'r-oF-sTATE
6 headquarter out of M. P. Pay-

NOW OPmN TO SERVE Y U = ette'* Fishnhol at the mouth of .
B Manatee Pocket facing the inlet "
Hot Dog ., lljLiburgeri f Sfndwiche* where there are cottages, rowboats ,tii 1''

Cold Drink ilCoffee Milkf Shake = and an Inboard or so. RIENDS ke, S 11..
The 'Glades anglers are past ..' r: ,
OPENS *M. TO 11 Pt M I masters at night bait fishing and \ u ,} .

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cards beautifully illustrated 3 v s '

In full, natural I""
d1 color -are available at n ,;

ERGO '.a CARLOW OWLatevep rs I our offices.They sefl,the ., ,

'r ../ advantages of Florida m y ,ei ,
"summer vacations to "'f' d i }

., respective visitors. .I I '
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of us to work together
saLav T \ on building prosperity I .l ',

Cor our state.Drop in and a -

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,;, 1'' formir resident of Jensen
and Mr
rllift4l, -. rUP"V ---- Indian River bara Feraon in Eden
-tq I" ; Drive moved Into the John
I i' County's Available Balances E.: R. Ensey: at Walton Other
home In Walton Over
Sunday Sahlberg
j Of Mrs. Ferson

!Jr" : Total} $39,978, Gay Reports Property Owners Club Supper wood guest were Mr of and Whit Mr City, Elwood Small the their week ion; end and they wlte had Mr a and* guests Mrs NOHGl

Mason from this district motored W. Marquardt<\ Jr.. ot Palm

f//.' ; Martinouhtf had available' t balante' ot $a9,87889, W31000 Slated to Fete New MembersBy to Palm Beach June 16 forth Beach.Learning Harvey. Merwin their a y
r ESTATE Garth vt county buildings and equipment, $24.000 worth of road i tilnner and Knight In the friend and former neighbor at

PACE toacWnery and::.021,542.60 In, investment and other assets so ot I MRS VIVA C. ROAT ------- Inltlary there.work Initiated conducted Into this Edenlawn wa ill. Dr and Mr*.

.SI Sept 30, 1947, annual report of the Bounty finance division I of Hera daughter, Peggy Is doing temple of Masonry were Andrew' Casa Collier of Memphis acCompanied -

CLIO : : Properties oj all kind the Comptroller s ,office aa compiled by Comptroller C. M lay The Walton-Eden Property' Interior decorating branch Simmons W. C. Walsh, W J. by Dr Collier nephew

, ATV, ,: c, ,,'; .;. revealed here this week. I Owners Club will entertain with Charles and Blanch Moehle Adams, James DeWitt and O C. and wife Mr and Mrs, M. M,
_______ ..
J !,,1'Y: 1: ;: ;1: (fens *aKl The report) Boca on to how) i-I "' a covered-dish supper at '? to- children of Mr and Mr*. Charles Durham, Accompanying thesecgndidates Stewart of Charleston, Mis, OR
.A 4" ;isilap \ I I m night In the Community have completed:; wereNt V Ankeny:I motored In last week for a visit, {
The county had $IO.000 In out.. Among I Items 'included In .1 grow Moehle, Walton \ I
I .pan )', I'. ,' ,ij.'f"!' it standing bonds $1659149 'In'' further; break-down of the totalexpenditures :Center at Walton In honor of Its the Red Cross swimming course D S. ,Toppley E./ "Adam,, J. C atopping'at Blue Haven of Edenover 5Ro tsIaOlale
I : 1 "p "" 'Also rental uV insunnee. I given In Fort Pierce Tucker and W K Stake*. night Dr. Collier wa a\
\ 1
Palm I members Mr and Qua
new Mrs
4 14129 In head of the
notes or contracts are wagesto and
temporary leading surgeon
!M "I"f'it I Mr and Mrs. Francis X Pelosi, Cpl! George Kprof W! Army w
With the, County Commissioners Orarritzkl.. Mr and Mrs Chester Hospital in Memphis
: ; IJ and $$90i08.19! in other liabilities. of Eden have returned from a'' Air Force at EgUn Field, on Methodist
faclUi. i I l' I ",..:.; ti f In addition it ,has $172386460 $8)916) paid the supervisor of Coley, Mr, and Mm Robert Mel vacation visit to Mra Pelosi a three-day leave with Ills parents for many years until his health

eIWyI,1 L,,1 1,,, '" \ in road and bridge bunas admin* registration $4.99182 In commissions I ton of Eldred; Mr and Mrs Fred aunt. Mr. Jessie V. Long of TI- Mr and Mr. H A. Korpion forced him to retire
Edward f ifippRealtor\ and fees-to the tax assessor Since retirement hi* particular inueslBARTLETT
returned Monday
"-- ,":. \ ; jHi iFterpd by the State Board of Ad $586043 in commissions and Rappold of Federal, Highway; tusvllle Pa., and treasure Island -. Father Day, I interest have been photographyand

i'' H"fl ministration us of Doc 31. 1947. Mr. and Mrs. George Kaanle St. Petersburg.Enroute .
: fees to the tax collector $2,521.60for Edwin McQuade former [ fashioning and carving of
Mrs. 1
Bradenton Beach
i l v'' II* cash balance during the maintenance of the courthouse White City; Mr. and Mr*. Walter to I resident of Edenlawn, now livingin wood novelties. The Merwlna
"' I t / year was reduced $889978 from for legal advertising Van Fossen, Ankona Mr. where they will vacation for a I the of two
l'iiii i $335424, I ; and week were Mr and Mr. B. Du- Shore Acres, visited Sunday were recipients piecesof
i4i t t'. O Arted Bldg, the nearly $49000 on hand on ; salaries, feet. and Mrs: H. C Gardner and Mrs W. rant Fulton and their ions Ben- with Mr and Mrs Harvey Mer- this art a ctgaret jar and ring
Oct. 1. 1943 Total receipts during costs of S2.080.50 to clerk of circuit R. Forrest, W & Club both in delicate
''I" t\'f(\' Walton. ny and John, from Stuart who win and Col; and Mr. Joseph 'I I container, natural 3110aceola Ave, h
rhonc9 the year were $20619880hlch court, $1100 to ,clerk of Indian I with shad-
I ", member and River Drive hue* polished,
:'' 1 1I 1I 1r l : '" added to transfer to I slopped[ Sunday for,a visit with Casper I
I II criminal court $975 to countyjudger '
; I ;" Association members are invited Mr. and Mr. W. Marquardt logs
3 '11: funds of $3725576 made I Mrs Fulton sisters, Mrs Bar .
$12,21468 to the sheriff to come and !get acquainted
I If 74 2Tu $292.433,13 available Total obligations .
,{ ; and $},883 90 to other law enforcement '
; I
f were $25245444 leavingthe officers; $893988 for Mrs Fred AllUpaw has returned ''U Ida '
I ;' '.!' I new balance of 3997869. : feed and care of prisoners $44.- to her home on the Drive after : Dollars L t t 1 :

I Cash balance changes during 85913 for free labor wages $11* I a number of week In Cham- '
; I :IISTtJ.Rt the year Include a drop from $3.- 60229 for highway rlghts-of. bersburg, Pa, and New York, Spent ? Co,*,
If' i 1548,21 In the general fund to way, $4,000 for maintenance of Mr. and Mrs. John Donal En- MARTIN COUNTY
$54933 a drop In the fine and I hospital, $69824 for mothers' "ey of Walton were Sunday dinner At HomeStay liefAUIme )

II forfeiture fund from $2.636.(2 to I pensions, $3.SOS,(I for miscellaneous I guests ol Mrs Ensey* moth (CrowWtMsrb;

i 82.369,13 a drop In the general welfare expenses. $4- er, Mrs. Faye BUllngton, in Vero BUSINESS DIRECTORY
SIMX i oad and bridge fund from $4,> 65820 for agriculture salaries, Beach ,

01478 to $308855. a gain in $271859, for fire control, $367305 ,- Coming to Edenlawn last week I Coutl
1 y 1913 i district road and bridge funds I : for parks, $200370 for end were Mr and Mrs. H A I ',

k : from $1.086,77 to $3.782,88' ft dip publicity, $10.90916 for loans on Phillip of West Palm Beach,' Your Business Card In This Section Every Week Will Bring You Business .

e ir the ,,outstanding Indebtedness principal Of debt service, $11.- parents of Arthur Phillips whom' a ,
,: t fund from 15 cents to zero a 752.63 on roads and bridges $8.- they visited and who gave a

Wepa4alize ,I drop In health and welfare funds I 703.72 for road machinery, $5.000 Fathers Day Dinner for them "

r.i Horn $1.016.21 to $944 87 again on the principal of maintenance ......-- I
Euan Hdwe.
Jensen 'I Quinn's
'In the agriculture( fund from funds and 3523.23 for road FARMER-KORPI I oat

$8453 to $53197. a gain In the taxes In municipalities.The MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEDAnnouncement .1' CLANLW
inmlals publicity fund from $277.82 to A/to Camp Meats. Groceries
$3725576 transferred from of the marriage SURE W.oey wros
I $89254, a gain In hospital and funds Includes 60 cents from the! of their daughter Miss And Frozen: Foods '

riunty' farm funds from $198.80 outstanding Indebtedness fund Helen to Jamea E Farmer, Jr. Modern Cottage I TRY THEM THEY PsontJCLNOvELTiEd Duu

to $227.16. a gain In I and S. and $37.25516 from other special of Mullins, W.Va has been made Tr\Ier ewes LIFELESiHAIa
I'nr i I lit Immutio+ other county funds from $3.831,551u and miscellaneous funds, by her parents, Mr. and Mrs H. And Court J-- LENDING WBSARYJensen'

RtM. E.Ttil.-.i'st txctJOHN 1 I $4,.807 57. and a drop In other Total disbursements ( b A. Korpi of Walton. RENTAL, .vV WEEK OR
special and miscellaneous funds 1 total i f I APT TO HAVE IT. ch Little ti
tions are the same as the The couple were unattendedfor JI
W I r Secj from $32.282.85 to $23,784.19. ALL CJIVENieNCClBLAIB+ I
I expenditures plus 60 cents from,: the ceremony performed in I sewn he... P.pu Par
\ 71 to yea isttl' r settaln the outstanding Indebtednessfund i Akin, 8. C" June 1. Afterwardsthe end BAKERlASEY'S Jensen BeachUncle Beauty Shop
elude $3579711 In the general I and $3725616 more from I couple left for Chicago where ou Ow It.Wue rlwq SIN .1 PHONE 9131..1
Osccola I UK Prfne 1041 and $23,343 97 in the fine and other special and miscellaneous they will reside, He Is connectedwith __ Its E AKRON I Pleall

SH ART/ 1 ifelture fund, $4908584, In the l funds. a railroad. Mrs Farmer Is

i MrmM'r Mn.t, n v U mbHe's Rental, road and bridge fund Gay's report dn the county fl- I a graduate of Fort Pierce High -
$2131778 in district road and nances concluded with tables School class of 1947. He received C PLETE

j bridge funds 45 cents In the showing that the total assessed his schooling In Mulllns and Eleetrie i and
i" (
'outstanding Indebtedness fund I value of all property In Martin, served in the Navy for six years tiWr
\ .
$4.403.37 In the health sod welfare SERVICENo
county Is $12,533264, ,and the olden! Gate Camp '
,1 ". {: fund, $402834 In the agrl I grand total of all county taxes Mr. and Mrs?Leland' Hubbard : ..Billy sez. ,Jdl Too urea 6
f i" y, 'v. culture fund. $261842 In the I I was 334487.38 of which 8962 Of Walton are on a motor trip >bins & ,, ;j.ca. j. Too Small

",1'''''' ..... publicity fund, $402836 In the I per cent Including discounts, with stops In Savannah to visit BeV, Call and Gas ........._/ pnhlbad, by she Aullwr, C...U t. WUIU-.).. I, HOBE SOUND
hospital and county farms fund '
was collected. relatives and In MIddletown,
"V !t' .J;" $5,518 43( In the I & 8 other counly I Conn where Hubbard father Dot Beer Served ELECTRIC CO

: ..{. f funds and $5605680 In other I In his nineties soon will cele- *
:1. In jiday
ppoll; and miscellaneous funds. .Jensen brate his birthday. While there I Th' thoughts of partm families Day< Phone
\ The total receipts of 206. 2V mites\o. Stuart, Hoe Sound 3271
\ they.also will be guest of Mrs ar'
I pot pleann'
,035,46 from ones
198 DO Include $49 total kite 'Phone
Hubbard sister and husband.
'. State receipts,, $15176065 LADIES CIRCLE Mr and Mrs Robert Morgan Fed Hifbllay No. 1 I .1 -Th. marryin' off of dauf h., i Stuart} 3474 T

r : turn; total county revenue reocipti who have been winter visitorsin ., terse or th' leavin home of ,
,' i:1f;: and $540279 from total .
\ .
Walton two seasons Yet
: > sons most of u* once
county non.revenue receipts 'HOLDS MONTHLY Mrs. Sidney Kline and daughter .
:: ; r.J.p r. % ', $3'T,2' 5.78 transferred' to funds Nancy, from New York City HOME.UILDINGHICpEE' f 'left our home, and now we ---C 'let of wed'R
Includes $1340060 to the general il know i
have arrived in Walton for their what grief it brought
1 I fund $20600, to the general annual visit to Mrs. Kline See CAP
Got road and bridge fund, $300 to MEET JUNE 16 i iI parents w r'/ to 'our own parent, whoa
"j"jj I. W Mr and Mr. John F L, &
; : I ,-district road and bridge funds ( Eddy, J found our childhood brief!,. !I YO TIRES
Life! $1.SCO to' health and welfare I
HELLIER June 18 Th' little babe
By Arriving by WO TRAM |s given us- I adue hams fwr'aI.
'funds. $1450 to the agriculture /I from Ithaca N. Y. are Mr, and '' choose f I ....... M rn'Wl Iw'I
1\I we
,j ,\.V 1r.r.t' r. We'll s LHfatiiruul your w rn, fund and U 18 to other special The regular monthly meetingof Mrs. Donald Clark and Infant General a ittin name I I. "r" rW 1!'
.;<< I' '. I tine u "se nd ''and miscellaneous! funds. I the ladles of the Community daughter. Carol Ann Mrs Clarkis ontncting then year of lovin' Durai '; ::1.wa ,

., wind that!II! mako/'em Total expenditures of $215 Church I Circle was held June 18.i the former Ethel Lennard and Repair* we're happy that eamej
it "
1 I' 198 Include $52,196.09 the P, O fife 832 'C H A ON'S
l't '' ride like brand-icw'/ring1'! 68 from I i After a short bulsnejs meeting daughter of Mr. and Mrs W. H.
in yo\ir\ ud! tree, baresT general fund $23,61166 from the I an Interesting talk was given by Lennard of Walton, with whom One Block Wrtt Palm r Through sickness, bump, I Service taliae:
nni- and forfeiture fund $70, Mrs Pirtle on "Prophecy." Hap- City Bride Qn The and trouble that beset all
t!. T today, \\ t II rent / 'em in they will spend the summer Federal igbwifTRti
f 61205 from the general road and py birthday was sung by the RightSUBSCRIBE
a jiff! I Clark Is a law student at Cornell. growm' kind, we're there toVI'
'I budge fund, $1992167 from district group for Mrs Mary Bee and Mrs.
Bridge was enjoyed by
I ,, s road and bridge funds $2 Mrs. Clara Vaught. Next meeting ease th' hurtin by every
Ruhl L
t Reasonable ri I' W Koblegard, Mrs O .
: 00370 from will l be July 21 mean we find! I"
: ,71throt1U I Peacock and Mra David Putnamof
{ Stuart Recap, fund $ healthand I Mr.. T. R Hellier was hostessto the Drive and Mrs John F. ;We see it start its achoolm' with falterm' little I II IANFeet'
:\ welfare 1 funds $5.- a few of her friends at Sey Prlndible. Mrs Edwin Colean step- I II
I it's
Service 030 to from the agriculture fund I mour's Inn Tuesday afternoon through.learnin', all set to make a, erTU
Mrs R. R. Martin and Mrs T S. I
.QUO from the and Three of in to rep! They fall in love and leave _
,1 $4 hospital tables bridge were I ome more thought I
of Fort when Mrs
,Kerby Pierce
Cliasotis Service /Cation county farm funds $4,542 44 fromI play and high scores were made ,John W. Dunn entertained: June THE STUART NEWS ful than th rest-but that is life a* Cod has WILLED ITl, I DOFE

: ,I. SO M a II .II WAV/ s. s I 4t S other county funds and: by Mr.. Adolph Hertel, Mrs Bet. 15. High scores were made by ENJOY THEM; WHILE, YOU'RE BLEST! SGENi.RA

", Pb.., ss2x Slwrl, F6. ., $27.303 48 from other special and I ty Alderman and Mrs. C. H. Alderman Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Koblegard One Year. ___, __ .$3 tm

miscellaneous. funds I Other playing were I Mr and Mm Sawyer unnA.rd + erINat
\ \ I 'L ------.IMrs.I Laura Howard Mrs. R. 8 have' 'taken' 'i the'W F:McSweeneyhome I Two Years _. _. __ ..$5 i I ,53 d,
Robertson, Mrs Seymour Olde I FOUL to r.NLO10
on the Drive in Walton I j
-- 1 j on. Mrs Charles Gay, Mra Lewis where they will reside until the I t Mailed at these prices lEDSTOlr
1 :' jr Art You Potential Chronic I Gamble Miss Elizabeth Robertson I I I PNaaiM
: a or McSweeneys return from the anwherc in the USA. lie SLAGItl
Miss Turner and
summer on Long Island. I I Ir I JACK IIAKTIN, Mir
: Mrs E J. Ward. ,
I ? Effort has been renewed to _
C..IICLIC Charles Munch arrived
popularize Walton Beach, strategically -
) :
: from Langley, 8. C called
E ,6 If so, she f. wing m ... Bead reeaoea why yoe should. I by the Illness of his mother? Mra. located in the direct -- -'

i' "ong. Sac tr t..n'.t the WHITI CROSS HOSPITAL I C H Munch, who Is In Martin center of the Walton area.boat This r Bay B s--; WehJOtdway FRANK HALE ocks,
means you can cross by or
I i I 1. I I. is i she only .,pit.1 ,hi this date h.t f. devoted ..sI I County Hospital for observation motor around through Jensen I
L :' I CIN..1y. for I' t..f your _di'..... Mr. and Mrs Fred Murdock of I II Beach. Sunday boats crossingdid I G 'ERAL Motor COOPINGRoof 'awalls
Murdoch Court have
t t, 2. Your eomdni.n I. day ..,..d.d .. e dot nrte d MOM I a* guest some trolling and reported EL TRIG I AUTHORIZED, a
In their home Mr. Murdockabrother roe
!, t I I hot requ pel .pnio kill by throe who Cg.. mojoree'; In I and fair catches In one party out I I DFJD AND 80 t Houses
family, Mr and Mrs '
; ? Ike Judy ol Ski dill for a days picnic were Mr and Appftinces! : '
I' r H M. Nichols. and daughter, I Kitchen, LaunJ-y sALts (if Mark'onsIrUctl.a
1 3. He Mrs. T. M. Deal,Ankona; Mr and Ail pea
The WHITI CROSS H1SNTAL operotot with eclenl Virginia, and friend, Bob Purcell,
alllmall fto SUVM.IDAY pairing
Mrs Fred and Cabinets and
Rappold children
; I ,r proeeduse 010 ntauimf fee d,ojnoitK focilil Ol Itiot ore from Pittsburgh slater. Mrs.B .
+ onory in detotm ninglyour oicct cood ho ; a Charles and Faye, Federal High appliance R. JOB. K ND NITE 511 So Cu redo Ave.
V OBrlen, and
j'II daughters way; Mr and Mrs. George Kaanle I WRECKER SERVICE Phone I n Taylor
.6 4. It ii o noiptol that li complete deporture from soy Carol and Linda, from Galveston MARTIN COUNTY SMlf.nd Lear
'), j : Ji arm of hoiordous teed est dunof your recovery, 'Texas, and a sister and nephew, White and City daughter and Mr, Rosa. and Anna Mr, ELE coo atruss I II MeJoge 0, Bos 474 t tIIONC
II Mrs. H. Clark and from Fort PHONE 9142 1041
,,' i M Ira S. You odmit yourtelf litto I.he WHITI CROSS HOSPITAL Pierce son Charles Moehle and son, Charles. 1 Phone 05 I StuFla"' ,
I to bo icharo.ed upon VBir own equal. et ony time ,Walton After the picnic there _,
H'I Qulnten Ray and Harold Stevens
I 1)j I (4l j jt 6. From the limo your c. .". td until you see reedy left June 13 for their homein was a moonlight boat tide on the .-
: f to lead you haw Iho .st.., tin of trolnod .u..... Dearborn Mich, after spend- river
I !
Mrs Ous De Maesschalk and PITCHFORD'Scm Keep In Touch NCRETI
f 'lilt ing 10 days with the Lyle Millers -
t 7 '"tellig.n'! perMni wlthfrour condition aro loohlnf boo.pd.indnn daughter Florence left Walton PI & flO
I their Both were enthusiast! fishermen mg Heating ,
; rather th4 omborratt etbors with ou
1 l "h<,.,.,. Ray landed a 40-Ib. jack spend June 10 the for summer New York u guest City of to ? with Sheet Metal; DrIT a 7hons SedBIoch ew'

on light rod In the 8t Lucie In jrtIJ)
I. If you one potent* alcoholic. hotpltoliiotioo 01 e Mrs. Helen Rand. The De Maess roa litCottages I M rtountySubscribe PW1PINO .1. Brick! ,
prevent meoiuro IOProid iko derelopmenf of ckroejiodr let.Tommy chalk formerly lived ,in New d Boat SYSTEM "I Ti! Septic TeaWn
Hcliler. Jr. Friday >
I nk.n* i is commendo spent. York but moved here more than N 'ale Too tarp or Too "'. Fad '

9. To onlmue dr nk nofwill further deprive of vrtel in Miami on business 20 year a when they purchased SeloWNOLESALa in CoarnfD /
you Mr*. Wanda Pitchford! ot West
I UJI I sec's tmue. Idol von lannot afford te> Palm Beach spent Sunday hereas land and developed Into oidKKTAU. to The ,New ART PLUMBING 1 Everyt g

1 10. Only one week of eBr-'Ko from home end bol,,", Isrequired guest of friends and relatives model Married farm in and Harrlsbury grove interest. Pa, 18 Bait ForJENSEN e 1 year ..,.,.,..."' ."' ...,.,;$3 METAL WORKS TILE :
I for recolry.
your Mr. and Mrs. James Gamble
Walter1 Cochrane see ECKER
years ago
I II G'' Tko WHITE CROSS HOSVAL h your koipilol mointeinedndrtw and daughters Vernal and Joan, brought his bride to Palm 2 years _.. ...$5 Pies al 1.. L
I : Beach AT COUNTY as GE :.w ? i Dor tee Sloe sobs I hose,71.1Boat
for tho t. .f yo only. Do 0" b..ppwb.udv..6 of Nashville, arrived Sunday to Box 938,
I I' .... where they resided until( purchasing __ _. __ _
.i". here. ollUoubrtuI of the oootiblo. .. das spend a two-week vacation In I 'h __ __ _
Idol thu hetpltol con flvo fcn. In Iko mojorily of 1".,._ the Gamble residence They will some ot the Child -

I ) itch eondawn. ot your < bo corroded with only 00 visit in Miami and West Palm property during waf year, build- r -- --
.I1 week of hoipetolilptim Witor phene for hifonnotHM" or Ing a home and coming to An-
k ,....".1 'Interview. Difeet" oribkokoho eyiieVomo. lent yeti) Beach also kona to reside permanently, To J01 Fred A. Stafford STUART St rag6 ,
i Charlie Smith of Rio Bt Lucie
.. .
i upon roq. .. Admiwoo by djbointniont only. celebrate this wedding anniversary
\1 and Allen Kendall spent Sunday the J. A. Oaten. Madl- .INT co.
\ and in Miami Regis red'Civil Ws
Fresh b
sot Week and Hiram Daniels
1 Mr*. Martin Sensk left last PRINNGSTUART PAIN] 3 I IIARNISHES +
an Informal l party Saturday Covered
week for New,, Jersey where she gave E !nor
t.t W H I r f @ -U 0 5 5 evening In' the Oatlln homeIn i
r l will accompanied t From here the party motoredto
i Lake, Fla? by C. C Meyer, uncleof New Orleans where the Col- Land Su yor S..,., hrNUMPHY O&
Joe ;Wing i iMr I sit WIW1J.LUgoM 'Jackson's ,

oJIO Control Avenue ,.. 1.SoOl St. '........rg. fie. *. B. T Beddlnger and PHONE 300 Stout, Flo Ida Worl
'I 1'I Ili I far NoipMal to not. atrlMod with sop' other hetpltol uelni thoCopyrlgftt e..O urea daughter, Mary Ellen and IOn, vacation at their home here on Du (NT MODUCT

I I I94T George; Gaines. of Walton, K,., [Indian River Drive I Phoae hone Ul ..... '"
arrived Monday to spend a short Mia Ransom TIlton pent .. _. r. 0 Arcade r. o. Box. IT! I Jessie
/ Tuesday 111 West Palm Beach.

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