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: July 1, 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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F __ of An American Community Dedicated to the American Way of Life



Fi *T BUILDING BIDS Girl Scouts l JOHN G. GOLDEN ;m, ,

;gins for Vets in. County u TOTAL $62,700B ,Council Plan i BECOMES NEW ,1 i

in on.th,-f rrt training pro- for creation of a coil conservation Again Halted' STUARTCOACH {
& sponsored by VA for vet- district here which would Church Get* $50,000

na' of World War XJ began provide among, other things a Permit Pending
In to enrolled In Martin: Coun- soil map ot the county and aid Hearing Further action on the proposed -

today y. It was announced by with water control problem, A area Girl Scout council which Although actual signing of the

GUY"r Boyd at the petition to the Federal Govern- Six building permIts with a would Include communities In .contract has) not yet been consummated

Sir noon meeting of Rotary, ment signed by only23 farmers total valuation of $62700 were Martin. Palm Beach, Indian John Clarence Golden m'

,t Cblsholm yesterday i would earn consideration for it, \Issued by the City of Stuart! River, St. Lucle and Hcndry of Greene Cove Springs h j.' 'r'
fin bringing out that Martin he staled % through Building Inspector John Counties again was' delayed by assured ot the position as head 0 ,

UK next to last county In'. New club president Erwin F, N. Mann.during the week ending lark of a quorum at a scheduled coach at Martin County High ) '
lortd. to I institute this training, Johnwlck announced appoint- Monday, meeting of the finance commit. School for the 1948-49 school '

fod saw any veteran Interest1 ment of Senator Evans Crary, D. Highest-priced permit WM Issued tee In West Palm Beach yesterday year, Superintendent Roseoe 'H. '

1 farming and/or ranching 8, Hudson and Judge A. O Kan- to the Baptist Church for Afternoon. 'Rollins announced last night

eligible and may receive from ner a* a program committee construction, of Its much-dis Only four of 'the proposed 10 '' Rollins\ said Golden education d k I

Is to four yean of the training i which will operate under a new cussed, new Sunday School building cities were represented at the certificate was received Tuesday t F

serves to start them In the' systemwhereby every one of the on Lot (. Block 12 Potsdam session at which It was expected i' to assure his employment and '
guess Boyd said and will club 62 member will be responsible Subdivision. According to the definite decision for, or against the contract probably will\ be '

U new Inhabitants and an for one program during permit It will be of reinforced formation of the council l would I signed later this month. '"

Limited $25,000 a year Into the the year and will be notified concrete and cement block: 48 by be taken, It was decided to give Golden replaces Charles! H l ,

unIT The SO represents one well In advance each Individual 111 ft. set back 14 ft. from the the other six cities until July Kindred who has headed the

kit and U 10 or more are signed '* particular date. John- .- Inside edge of the sidewalk and 15 to make definite answer one athletic department at the high : '

[ for the program hereafter wick also announced that District SIR OLIVER FRANKS 1 cost $50,000. way or another. After that time :school for the past 'two years 4

Uher unit allowing greater' 167-B Governor Morton McDonald Franks Is the new British Ambassador However City Manager I* B. the Interested officials will meet Kindred reported yesterday his I

LclllUM may be set up. Borne will address the club July to the United/ Stilted.He 'I Eurlt explained that the permit. again In West Palm Beach Sept." plans for the future (till are indefinite u

alms have u many aa eight 28 following a Rotary assembly at ; / succeeds Lord 'Issued June 22, is not effectivefor 10 to determine If formation I Is I .
| lint units, he said* I the Civic I Center the night: before Inverohapcl 30 days and may be revoked to become an actuality and If Golden 33 was born In Savannah '' ,
The who hhs! retired from the foreign whO. will be In the Dec. 7. 1814 and Is 3
He asked civic clubs' supports. << club l had one guest.Men's pending outcome of the appeal so council mar.
I service, hearing on the proposed structure and on what amount of funds Ceii; Dwight I D Eisenhiwei, left formei. Arm Chief of Staff ned with two children. He. was

to be held by the Zoning they will'' operate. shakes hands with Con Omni Bradli his nucetwr U., National graduated from Collins (Ga> L'

ICUIT COURT ClubIs BIBLE PUPILSTO Board of Adjustment at 10 I.m. I A tentative budget and fundraising Press Club luncheon, 111 \\'.u>hinKt,, <'', 81',1<111'\ Inrinc" VA admin High School and Georgia State tin I

", tomorrow at city hall The board quotas for each community ,lrat.li. 1t'l] ,lced "lk( tin *\>fIll\ ,)n .'ill, tin- fumed C"'mini I born Kituuu Teachers College In Statesboro '

OrganizedIn changed' the loti toning from have been presented and assumed recuitly lan m,,,, iit 1 ,tus, ,is |m< (It'lIt III l ilmnbla. ( mversity 1MB when he received a BS 1

;ARS FINISHf GRADUATEVacation Residential B to Residential C i decision until on both a were slated I failed yesterday to in New Yoik. Cit). lie' loss \too'n iwiitiotMxl "M.rk>;nsly. lor driftIng degree physical in science physical education He also and has 'r u.

i with modifications of the stipulations quorum 'u..lid.tc.. 5))lit' li ,II.IiuIIIIIl1/11Vl'II1101t! '
as u IViiulinti al mociulit taken undergraduate work at '
arrive It decided
Palm for C which have been I was one-
f JUNE'TERM : CityThe opposed by the adjoining lot fourth of each community wlmli Ufiim!: i in, l'hil.KI.ll'hia |Jnly, C U ",'I"'r(' a majorIty ot t the 28 the University of Georgia In '

.1 Bible Commencement owners, Mr and Mrs Charles i quota should be raised by Sept number, Hnricla dt'bo'g.otiot!( < j is !siludiilixl, 1 tn suppoit him ,it It...ist on Athens
McLane. IS, two more fourth by Jan 19 the lint !billi'tWalton.\ ,' following\ his graduation he '
first official meeting Set 7s30 P- m. and the final coached two at Pelham
quarter by April ------ --- ---- years
The other five permits Include -
seven cases were disposed of the newly-organized Palm City Tomorrow 15, 19i8 In reply to a query (Ga) High School and two years

nday and Tuesday, an eighth Men Club was held at the I rat :B. lhl Church. tot 1, Block Itra on why West Palm Beach which Road i IMPROVED RAI'LSERVICE at South Broward High School '
continued today from yes- i home of E. M. Hlgbee June 22 Commencement exercises will ......d. BulMlM.lon. .Kidm. .. c'..... would raise the bulk of the operating befor! entering the Naval ser m
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and the remaining five with 28 members attending and I 1.0101j klock u 5 months '
day be held In the auditorium of the _.. funds was instrumentalIn vice for four years and 10 I
II ft.
M br nOte poreh. 1I,8U.
for trial will be heard to- ; "several, new memberships receiv I Baptist Church here at 1:30: p.m. Kor Btwt A,U Cut..*. __ ..d starting this council idea, Being Paved ASKEDCounty where ht became commanding '
now and Tuesday by Judge ,, ed. A membership drive I II underway I Friday for 250 youngsters from .konndi.d rfnfi. .1..!rM4Ftof _hr_I It_.'ee-..........41,101 fclork Rufus Speece of the host city officer 01a destroyer escort. ,

0 Kanner as the June term and all those secured on or 4 to It years of age who have C....1 Auto c...... meta* .... said It was "purely for the sake After his discharge he coached '

circuit court nears a close : before July 20 will be considered spent the past 10 days receiving .,,......_.. .....,.01 ...... np.ie scss.an ...... of the needed expansion of Girl Repaying the I12.mile Wal- during the past school year "at T
unued after a day-long i charter members, it was announced Instruction in the annual vacation for Wllli.m rant 14 Stout 0 ., .....<.,. ..!>dl.t...., Scouting m this area on an organized ton Road from US I to Indian! Growers Seek More Clay County High School In, ,( '
n yesterday la a civil dame Bible. school .Lot 4, _..ll .....''r. 5505.l basis where all could receive \ II Speed Safety for Green COve Springs. ,- t
For H. A H.... ...[. .... bond. River Drive was begun Friday by
Nit brought by Gordon Duke I The club will hold Its meetingson Parents have opportunity beginning Lot I. KMt, I, T...'SR. s. .. 41,. .0.. the potential benefits that Products Golden will be- assisted\ by '
John Blow against A. H. i the first and third Tuesdaysof at 0:30: p.m. to inspectthe "550.0 .p. .'.... ,....... It only a restricted few get now." the! St. Lucie County Road Department I Coach Joseph McCoy in,the start
a H. Stevens In which both each month The next session handiwork of the studentsIn h 40 ft. II r.. from. proMrty ..., wi 01, Attending the meeting were at an estimated cost Hopes for Immediate; tmprovement of football practice at the school I .

plea are described a* co-part- will be Tuesday at the church i the churdh'sehooi. which has Mrs. Arthur M. Dehon and Ed- of" -$6,500, Commissioner Lane in speed and safety forshipments next month. ,

J1. A fix-man Jury is bearing at 7:30 p.m. and all men of the been of nondenominationalcharacter S SVAWMEFNNDLEJtLRAH win A. Menninger, Jr., from Stuart Jennings of the Drive reported !' during the seasons by ..------

case. community are invited. Mem. I Mrs, E A. Burgess, E. Jensen of Pahokee, Mrs Tuesday. The road when com- { Martin County growers on the
e seven disposition include bers of the Palm City Womans I principal announced."It E. E. Kelly of Clewlston and pleted will give Improved accessto I Florida East Coast Railroad were D.C.lATHAM

.tenUinces, two continuances Club will be special guests has been a moat successful Speece and two Scout office the agricultural Interests in 1 expressed at length at a lunch-

noli prosequls and one clI- The club U governed by a session" Mrs Burgess said today $ worker from West Palm*Beach, that area, it was pointed out, In j eon meeting of growers and two :

lid wrdlct: of not guilty State On seven-man board of directors ," and wq wish especially: to i Jl' addltlco, ,,Vft elylng Drive residents I Railway Express Agency official DIES AT-76 \ ;
th nUbrULUf the r.
which Include four officers ant thank he many"who volunteered a quicker way to the highway ,'at Chihholms Tuesday.
d Herman Arthur Blake W, Dubrula WM continued on woIlea three memberi-at-large Elected as Instructors" l' Mrs Susan ;Dunn;;' ; 63, owner Y UNHURT | As EUPS.S of Cecil Baker for a

; of manslaughter was a* the board to serve untila The school operated seven departments of the Rlvervlew Apartments on The road will be a mixture discussion of growers' problems David Clawson Latham 78, for I ,

nd Innocent by direction of year from today are Lee Hlg teaching Bible history Seminole Ave., wa killed and oil and sand thrice mixed and\ i I here,particularly with regard to 19 a steady and onthuslastic j.
court On Tuesday Charlesuusden bee, president: 6 O Crews, vice- nursery' activities handicraft her daughter, Margie Dunn of AS HOME BURNSFire then rolled. It is being financed speed in transit of highly perishables years winter visitor to Stuart m ,
president, K A' Sudhoff, secretary and affording the I of I the growers asked how better -
pleaded guilty to petit youngsters Kent, Ohio, was seriously InjuredIn over a two-year period out :m from Clinton, Mass. died early
Norrls Cossabootn, treasurer healthy recreation.activity. that county's general road and service might be obtained '
rceny and 'was sentenced to six ,an auto accident near Monterey Monday afternoon at the home }
and C. F Patterson Dalton Ky. late Sunday afternoon I bridge funds Jennings said through Jacksonville through
nibs |In county Jail and J.P.. of his son Richard, at 73$ East
Garrett and Ben Hodapp m-a-1 originating from a new which It was explained all rail
tenon pleaded nolle conten- A friend of Mrs DunnsMis The road was opened originally 4th St. The body "wan sent Tuesday .
Also named and SCHOOL Cos: stove Installed less than vn shipments from Florida must
are membership BUDGETTO
to a charge of uttering a EmmA. Whit more in 1925 in line with the! to Clinton for burial and 3
publicity committees in addition hour before completely destroyed pass It repeatedly was brought
rted Instrument and was lentic who was traveling with them "boom era" developments af the acoonipanled there by Richard ',
to several i a two-story garage apartment I out I how shipments have received -
temporary committees -
also was killed. Funeral services back country there, but the"boom"
children left with '
ic to a year In county jail whose wife and u
occupied by Mr. and Mrs W, C. faster service by AtlanticCOast '
Instructed to meet with
)lit prosequl was entered for BE HEARDThe for Mrs. Dunn were held yesterday collapsed\ before the I I him but stopped! to visit. her sister 4
Cote and their three children
on from Indlantown and
State and county officials to discuss burial Line)
with In Cleveland paving was half finished and the '
imes Hall charged with recelv1 In Savannah ''I
St Lucle Blvd. mile east cf faced I
how with
needed community Improvements a I tlugrow..ra are
1 stolen good\ and for Allen The three women were enroute Port Sewall at f30 p.m. last western half of the stretch has a need for other means of shipment Latham was born Oct 11\, 18ll .,
eel charged with breaking here from Cleveland where Mrs remained a sand road Jennings I at early
In Thetford Vt. find an
School Thursday transit If the FEC could
d entering Bond lor JamesJohnson After July 20 additional members Martin County 'Dunn had been visiting since was unable to estimate whrn the I' to Lan '
Board will hold its regular July Both city and county fire trucks not prove more satisfactory age his family, moved I'
was estreated Tuesiy will be received on application May 22 with her five children project would be completed i Mass where he lived un- ,
and a bench warrant issued to and on recommendationof meeting at 7:30: p m, Tuesdayand and their famine Word of the responded but were unable to do I The oxprp8 i aRpntt. 0 M. Fox easier late former .
married the :
the membership committee meet attain for a hearing 'crash more than protect from damagean I. ollh\ of Jacksonville and J. T- til he
II was received here by Mr.
charged with grand larcenyd in 1901 after '
the case la continued until which then will seek (ratification on its 1948-49 budget Thursday and Mrs ,.. E Pickles who have adjoining frame cottage 79 1 11h SECTIONS. Trawlrk "f West Palm Beach. which Alice Mansfield they moved to Clinton
afternoon at the court house ft. south Owner Ralph Ulmer were unable to explain reported
next term ot court. by a majority of the club A full ; been managing the apartments -I i for
He paymaster )w carpet
Superintendent R. H. Rollins announced estimated the loss at $6,000 and Imps; at Jacksonville or reported
community membership a .
Eight ot the June'docket', 21 during Mrs Dunn absence. It company there for 30) years until 0
yesterday. reported It was partially Insured. dlsmayuiK delays\ In claim
suitable clubhouse for meetings was reported Miss Dunn was
were disposed of at theme BRINGS22.300 he retired In 1934 and he and
opening June I. are Immediate objectives. it was lit a special session Monday hospitalized ,In Frankfort Ky, The Cotes, all of whom barely payments, but they did: offer the his wife began visiting Stuart In .,
without and lost Fbunlblilty t of I
escaped Injury providing Martin
said. f night the board ecelved noticeof and later moved to a Cleveland her health '
I the winters to benefit
YCEES SPONSORNCE Funds have been subscribed approval of Its budget from hospital. They had been expected all of their personal property I County growers with refrigeration / -i They both were Tourist Club 4 '

AT LOG CABIN for construction of a luminous the State pepartment of Education : to arrive her yesterday have located In the Virginia Sale of Vj section. uf land ad- I 'wrvirc starting next season members and he was elected
Apll On U3 I. It watt explained that
and set the Web Road 78 and the Cross" space
Joining '
"Welcome to Palm City"gn\ hearing Mr, Dunn wa born June 22. president for two year He also i '
submitted the lowest bid In the two-car ground Oboegarage State Canal south of Indlantown might be reserved for growers
under which will !be: and Mason 1
n line It now way 1883 and lived most of her life was an Odd Fellow ,
withsplan.to make and was ordered to supply the Ulmer reported he lost by the U. 8. Sugar Corporationto here on i C ear from the Dclray
Installed the western In '
annual event a Fourth of on approach Cleveland before moving here Bench but If the business I- Mra Latham died in 1941 but
board with a new 2-ton Ford several hundred dollar worthof O II. Chastalu of Palm Beach area only
7 eve dance again will be to the bridge. with' the late Mr. Dunn three with one exception he had con- ,
I here would justify It.
truck for, $1,665. It will replace equipment stored there. Included County was revealed Monday
years ago to purchase the apartment winterIncluding ( ',
ooted by the Junior Chamof tinued coming here every 4
the one wrecked with fatal results was a 30-gal, tree prayer, upon recording of the warrantyat In concluding the discussion
THREE UCT CHAPTERS: from Albert Trefney. Mrs.i'lck.ies arrival last :April Funeral u
Commerce at the Log for driver John McGee near three garage counters/ a quantityOf the court house State documentary Baker riled this service as induc-
bin starting at Satur- WILL HOLD BANQUETA said H has not been determined services will\ be conducted ,
y. pen Rio June. 23. that disposition will be new citrus frult"basketa and stamps indicated a sale I lee of developing additional full Masonic ritesSurvivors .
'made of a bed, There were ho Mrs Dunn
tilt lib\ will be furnished by Art special! installation banquet MRS. RALSTON STARTSAS here, Mr, Dunn died here property last there at the tune I The sections are. the south half I new vistas such as a tuberose include a brother ,
and hIs orchestra of Be- Miami West which he felt might be Allen of Norwich. Conn.; three 3
for members of the WATER FIRM CLERJCMr : Nov 13. Her survivors Include of Nd 7 and all of 18 in Town. industry
han whom President Ben A.dIng Palm Beach and Stuart chapters the five children Margie Mr*. POST OFFICE CLOSING ship 40. Rang( 39, and include I started by several persons next sisters Miss Azuba Latham, Mrs I

ved Jr., report has "r-- of UCT will be held at the *. Robert M. Ralston took Edith Pallant Stanley E., Jr. and SCHEDULED MONDAYIn 89123 acre of. wHU-h 63328 I teason Mayme Dexter and Mr* Helen 4'
much comment Church Va..
favorable Falls .
George Washington Hotel In clerk for the full seeUon Attending the session Comstock
III over Monday a* new Paul R of Cleveland and Mrs. acres comprise: I '
previous appearance here West Palm Beach July 16, C. D Stuart Water sold ton" Dumlch the Stuart with whom he had made his Winter -
fission the city-owned Hazel Sorensen of Rocky River, conformity with virtuallyall They were subject Baker John of '1 1
will be U a person McQuade of the Stuart cbapterannounced Company replacing Mrs V. V. Ohio, two sisters, Mrs. Bessie A. other places of business the "oll, gas and sulphur lease held express office George HI- home tor Richard the post and nve Robert yearstwo of:

IDCETENDER SHIFT Tuesday He and. Wortham who, I La resigning the Tomson of Detroit and Mrs Post Office will be closed all day on the lands by the Ohio Oil ronlmus. Roger Spleer, Otto GHupfcl anna;
and five grand
OTEST CONSIDERED Mm :McQuade returned Sunday: position because of her health," Charles Hill of Miami, a brother, Monday, Postmaster R W Hartman Company since June 14, 1944 H. B: Kraft, Trawick and Harrison Me. I'

from a month vacation in Connecticut -i City Manager L. B. Emit: an- William J. Whitmore of Cleveland announced yesterday Mall Another warranty filed Mon foxwarth .
and attending the UCTs nounced. She bas been clerk for revealed undivided half -.-- --
result and three grandchildren. also will not be delivered Monday day an
urns of an unexpected supreme convention In Columbus -! the firm for about four years S interest In the acreage was sold DECISION PENDINGON children.THEJIDES :
of protest against the re* last week. work ha been LIBRARY WILL CLOSE
wnfent of and I and "her always The new migratory bird huntIng by Chastain to the Glades Land AIRWAYS BID
Harry Blotner Tues' most satisfactory" Eurit said The Martin County Public Library '
The chapter's meeting Corporation of West Palm Beachat '
"ra commonly known .
Christian stamps as .. .
a* brtdgetenders ssd Ses'ssct'e tO 50 t.ck
the Jensen day night was,canceled and the Her action wa* approved "with 11'11be\ closed all day Mon "duck stamp," went on tale here a price Indicated by the, Washington July 1.
11\l session BeacH of 'the; Bridge Jensen, a next one, will be July 21, :McQuade regret" by the City Commission day, librarian announced Mr*.. Blanche Slo: today at $1 apiece. They are valid stamps of $11,200, It also was The Civil Aeronautics Board held Point.. r:41 I.k.iw." I'*'''.:i..r: I,5..O.,, hirt
week cum
d and Brldgt District Board reported last until June 30, 1949 and must be revealed that a mortgage for hearings last week on a proposal sdsg..msseo.aesii.-Os'eeU-d., .
tenlay Obtained by hunting tie,710 of the principal was by Florida Airways Inc.. to pro. skin kr W, H. M't.k.lL

d war m abeyance meeting ordered of until the the the change County next I Ever Hear of .a John Doe, //14th? Stuart Has! migratory The postmaster lowt-'anyone report the to given be shared to the equally sugar corporation by the co-I In vide Florida Statewide The service decision to 26 will cities be I S 5lM 4,11 A.sei, H: ;oar:. 1.:17 5-ac:AM.1101.J.I Ies 5.55.J,10 : ;. I IJ..iJ

mission at tOne court house newly-Installed three public !owners announced later. The airline 4 5lI I," mile ..
Inward to 'a Una from Klngstree --- now covers 470 miles in the triangular Jal 5 ecu. 1141 55,54, 55,05J,0ns4
ay at I p.m. Oll'v' heard ot John Doe,Jr. or the 3rd or perhaps even the mall boxes are receiving considerable 155 0,15, 1,55 see '
board on June 19 approved I much of continuance Is fairly common. But! south to Monck Corner, Her use especially the one at SLOCUM'S MOVINGTO area Including Tallahassee Jl: I 105 ,,uI 55 5,05 1 1sI
employment effectlv today 4th name the family lived for IS year until the city hall The wooden postson NEW BUILDING Jacksonville and Orlando In ., sail. 1'1' 5,45, 5,44 : u
14th? Thatsomething really different) _
heard of
Albert Jones a* brtdgetender I have you ever a Furlong the 7th moved to which they were erected a North Central Florida.

decided< to.reconsider after The >2th in the line 1 Ia a strong His hotel Is rated 97 per cent: Charleston where the family still month'ago since have been replaced Slocum Infants' and children A board examiner recently

i U-Hgned petition were pre- Stuart supporter in the person by the Stat Hotel Commission, ha' its home. by standard concrete '* apparel shop- on Otceola recommended addition of an- THE WEATHER

led aoaina5. the action of Richard James Furlong, 12th, highest In the county, and they' StuartsFurlong .was' born poets Four more are scheduled Ave. will reopen for business In other 3.10 miles\ couth from Or-

|\"TlS proprietor of tile Rex Hotel on plan to make Stuart their perm-_ there in 1888 but lived there only for Stuart but will be delayed Indefinitely its new location in the new De lando to Lake Wales-Winter Haven ,... tL_ ..., -" .e ....... 5. '
MANAGER U & t Immediately: south Of anent home. I eight year and grew up in Pennsylvania by supply .shortages, hon Bldg Saturday morning west from the latter cities 1.110 N. II.... u. a. cOstS.. .....
?TRACT FIRM IN Roosevelt Bridge where h* graduated It wa laidSupplies proprietors Charles and to Tampa 'and, St. Petersburg, sIt., hall, souset, rl.. ,'
W Furlong recalled the.other afternoon : .. ....... .
will be 60 on July
Furlong from the University at Stat Mr Blanch Slocum an- and east and south to Fort
n bow the unbroken chain of all four of the most ....,...
Abstract and Till Inaur. M, ha a on who 1 Ja a consultant inthe College Furlong the 10th fought recent commemorative it nounced yesterday.. The store Pierce, West 1'alll'Beach\ and J.... It UI.
I PmP& T. Inc,.which ha engineer in Baltimore of name started in England for the Confederacy In the Civil amp will be closed today and tomorrow Miami. .... II 14i

"I,l catld i In the Victory Ar and who i La the 13th and his 3- nth son Century has and been.each Imbued*uc<- War and soon afterward started was Issue reported'still are. on hand here it for moving National Airlines and Eastern i:::: n :: .:.:::::'::Yin.r555cHcssAlNrAU: :: :;

announced I lathe 14th. Furlong ceedlng .. ... _.
today Its re- year-old IOn a printing business in Charleston J. II. III.
rw L to new office 12th who for many yean with the idea .f keeping the Mr*. Slocum also announced'that Airline I opposed the plan! claim- .... .. .. .. ..
th the ,
ec- itlll there The 11th
on today
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wuur the new Arthur Des was a railroad civil$ engineer and skein Intact. R J. Furlong, 4th wa a long-time railroad telegrapher a potted plant lug present service adequate
BUlldinll, building Inspector and brought the line to America by All office in the court house shop will b* opened about Au,. and that Florida Airways, because ,
later wa and died
in :Miami in
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Miami securing from King George I of will be closed Monday except the 1 In conjunction with the cloth. 1.ss55 50
J State 1* executive vfeeit in th* hotel business In 1937 of the limited amount, Of I... If .. .4.
with Mr*. England on April U, 1720 s land ,clerk office which will be open log business She has had experience '
M eonctrn and general manager tor 20 to:year Stuart, earn and leased the grant In the present South Carolina Now w e ask you: .can you beat until noon I it wa announced byJ in this line in New York traffic, would not be able to TotaL -:,.
and Olga J State Furlong '
w.taryitr'*sum. Rex last Aug. 14 for five year extending from the coast,,14? R. Pomeroy City and West Palm Beach, < ,snake a go Qf It,

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l. Sailfishers to Be Home Away This Week ,I I FIGHT Louis-Joe tor A the complete FILM worm Walcott COMING dim heavyweight boxing of the match Joe't"UUUIllIlIllIllIlIlItIlUIIIIIIII D and-ES'SMAlq l ALTERATION I

I tic crown held In New YorK '" It I
Friday night will be shown at ftl.J Mable ArehaIk
[t' Lyric Theatre here July 11 1M !I. : 1
[, I 12 Manager Wayne Pag ATt"1 e51
Gain Berth in Jacksonville State Tourney nounced Monday. 1IIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIUUlfi I
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t. 5HJVH( PLORI6A, COAST GLADES with Lake Worth Mann explained ------ i STUART VERO JUNIOR DODGERS BEATEN I.I, Bulova Watches {11

Ii, f CLIO LAKEWORTH I (Sac LEAGUE..*! H.lfl, will be, purely "an'exhlblUni::1 i Two Sharing TEAMS TO PLAY HERE PLAY TWO ON WEEK END
ATVAd "; ;rs''i.h I .VI L Put tilt and "will not rount in Ih International
T'i'' "' 5 5 5,5/ final standing of the lint hall The Stuart Dodgers again tell Sterling b

IIIy } TO PLAY HERE ,N...,Ir.1.u., ulnn,. ,a It-*'," \ t 1 ..A".MA1.m45.05'I.h 'I Lake"Worth Manager Jame. Lf.1;.1 Offense Pace sponsored The Junior by the-ba Stuart ebaU AmerIcan team- below the 60-per cent mark as Keepsake: and Wood Art Carved o,
." 1 "BlId Wart,. league chief, ha they dropped their second
span rlu.We.t Legion post will make! its Diamonds and
I 1 Wedding
proclaimed that halt a flnlshw straight and eighth lir 15 Rings 1/
Patra 1 ot dAo.h 1 1 .elk II third home appearance Saturday game
I.AIY : thing and the outcome! Monday By, SailfishersAlthough start this season when the Fort
Wlthcfaclli' 3 .. ..rkCH.talmv A. at 4 p.m. when Vero Beach ...
MONDAY AT 3.Ibly Wurtk I V VIIUHI H i tame will have no effect Pierce Giants copped i decision 1\ '
... C. &
1 J. Wwl." Pot Mrk !trip here for a return game WALKER
I(lltAHf >, ........ 4. i on It. Mann reported In fort Pierce Sunday afternoon .
J dropping 23 The Juniors aunered their .
I "xr MJNOAY-J CAMEl.TITART The bid to) the State meet cam,I pblnti Willard Preston. suffered 1
II Borntoi Inrk., I from District ..! as a result of Sunday and Monday third straight defeat here Satur- the hill low C era
else unexpectedly
1 Stuart Beats Pompano for i uw.rullnh, at P-hnnI .. ,, '* games Harris Lowery, Jr, day as fort Pierce launched an I .. OSCEOLA AVE. I ,
Lead Gets I WeNS U "Wut |" *M k. Commissioner. Joel TierceIn 'titDodgers' .11p1a1\ two gyUAUSummer.
loop took over the Individual battingr 11-hit attack off Billy Hardwlck
over EALTvi rIA.nNy Miami. The Sallflshen rail:!lead among the Stuart Sallflsh I Ito win 15-4. Stuart threatenedonly game here over the holiday -
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d-haltd-W their victory streak to Sougames week end meeting the Miami
I straight en this week with a point edge ( In the third Inning where
take Worth will trip.here for here Sunday by thrashing Blue Socks In each tilt at Uttle
"I I over' shortstop Warren Shlpea. Paul MLspels triple sparked a
':ce'il'toroull! in as i makeup of the ralned-out tilt Pompano 9-4 in a game that, Former leader Hank Pennock I three-fun splurge, but Fort Dixie Park at 3:30: p.m. 3-inday

man) dl1)'lIlaMt) week end the 1 of three weeks ago on the .lave! Stuart top spot,In the league Monday stretched his times at Pierce scored In every Inning and Monday Admission t II 79 Isnfs

: Stuart bailfishera face .the '[East 5th St, diamond at 3 and counted as a first-round bat without a hit to 11 straightto thereafter to win in a romp Jeffery cent to adults and 35 cent {)to \
I Pw'i:: i ll1
3 f 1 and the Sallflshert I Ileave clash In the district meet Then children, { IIII
L heaviest part of their tea ,,' Monday 'Monday night the Eastern AirLines I drop log point and take third King and Donald Carrera __ i III III Fa
for the State
i Thursday
9' Ron'S play nextuck *ilh at softball team turned six rating among the regulars limited the home club to four
Jacksonville with Tlmei
} tournament In The Individual marks hits including two by Wright Schedd,'
hat ;
f E' I' : four games slated in probably planned Friday hits and as many Stuart errors .. I -. STUART, FLA
games O. A.
s,1, t six,) darn. and Saturday ), Into a 8-\1 decision In Miami, but IX1"... .. ... .5 .H5 Score: by innings: i : ,! 1
I.i't i They will lay their S nilb Florfla tom Evelyn: even In two !.art..1 I Tierce Tuesday ruled that for 5.5e, r .l5 Fort Pierce 004 131 420".11Stuart () '
d5 tins 1 .411I.o.etp 4'
I UiiLlt-aiuilr.s) : Leagne! :benders: : : \probably, will be Stuart Manager lack Of a required p-evlous: record I ., ':.,11: : :,5.1 003 OQO 010- TODAY (Thursday) ONLY

I t1't\ '" i-lup oil Hit Urn III j miu with Juhn N, Mann's hill choice Sunday of play during the season la H.W "tUllpM ... .,, :? f .111.U.I King Carrera Ul j and Kendall, A SW/ETHEART OF A PICTURE!
:' Boynton) \ Beah there U 3 pin i In oppose Boynton s "Bud" minimum of three ,al11'llAI: mum all ; Mlsuel. TltllSi / .'
ti; Hardwlck and
t ; ; .
\ : ; Ssnlday as_they s.(lc (heir 1 HIM I ParUn Monday's contest here: most His forfeit action Monday put Stuart! clash In lastnight's : I I Nekk venous, > :. ,.5./NI ,' EfIES E11MOMMT1ucl11MEMT
I which Tierce ''-I I Arnold '' '. ;',,:::::1: ..555 IN I IT
canceled Will
; for lack of financial support -,I Orlff h.... .. ......,........ ... .._.. ,u. : ' Restaurant In Miami Mann wild ne was : .. ::: ,II ;Sot !1\-\140 I

\ Sailsport t send Informed In his He State added entry that fee he and will;I fi--: ?:::: ... .:.. ._.,?,N .50,Ill, .10. T_. I asTRACTS'T ,
,. / et
.. ,. ..111 A.MC C
y Just South Frazir Creek On U S. I decide on his roster personneland : : .. : II TICATIONSa *
Bridge .$ .. .::.::.:,;: :Itt I I I II 5
departure\ time curly next .,v .. ... 5 .... sows 5.q Gir1T'isaI'
()' Unl ew Ownership week :.:. ,'" ,,,.I ,All I, I Tills NSURANCIFL 1
I'r : :: .5,5
>, B NCIIE POLLACK Elmer Graham weakened after Mlle
RIDA' tesllofl eiAa MME MCI was tq(
seven stellar Innings In his + .,, i .,"
Invitca To Enjoy 1 ETEIU AOIEA Miley mat
t. ou initial pitching: effort against TEAM ..,, .j1;. '2iLAS. r.Nneo ;I ABS CT CO, 4a> Ij i i "I L. >a j4V
Real Itali u Spaghetti Pompano Sunday but retained --
I ; MOREl "HaWaii In Hollywood" (Snapshots) J Jyd
: enough skill to stop the Bean-, c 15.5,5.10ANa tiyljf J1 KENNEDY'T.aM
NOW S' VING pickers! well short of tic and II pO A al: I + a1 ART, FLORIDA t Community Smfc
loss. 9 5 5 1r
notch 9-5 win before nearly 'a : : :
a 15.10" 1'O t 5Melne
ALL MEALS A LA CARTE 300 funs The SaJIfluhers baiterrd I '. iHu 1 a 1 1 I I
I rar 'h. t s IYmC
I AT dilMion Pompano and hurler Andy) Montgomery Merle Hut-,'i eyed l'b: J: !15\ r a /I I IDAY and SATURDAI
We Moved New
his relief In the 5th Inning for 1_'....... a I. 1 4 1 1kellee
13 hits Including five for extra : p 1 5 I S/ I 307 E. Fourt /Street storel1 I

HOME GOOKED MEALS bases quickly built up a long lead I' a i ti 1 2
for Graham The Stuart twirler I II 'TU".T EW and USED RNITURE Btt m4 TRACT.. ku4di !h. V.tlUI
r-mnol 10 but seven All II II pO A 11P..b B. MINSC KE
I gave up ,. . .1W1h BEST aad LAMAU..Nvall to but
; hits and three walks which i !,_ n 1 I/ 1 5 1 ... 'I
i I stapled' with four Stuart errors Willi.I" \ 5/ I 5 5 1L.oa -- --- -- j J/MJ sitGABLE
'i\ et I S'S I S 5H.
enabled \ make a reasonably
it Pompano Aeeeld S / .1 1 I
I close {ante of it In tire 5.1.1.. '15 S : lit SOe.tte TRACY
/ Our Shop j Ih I I I IS S Be Sure There'sFRED
Machine last two>> frames
: MWrA55. '"'', I ts I / tP
J Playing under lights baffled' 5 I. flu.. .f : I : / 15 : et4'dt ft4
J. Arnol4 / .. ISIS I I !
!:[,1- is Fully Equipp d to handle of the -eatlft hers more than did CHICKEN LAMAflR
t1 any type I the converted EAL Softball outfit Iiiini 4 COLBERT
; ;' Metal I Monday night Jesse Arnold Sner. .
J Work
Biting your Farm Machinery KAL SoftWIl" ...It I III I_ Kcnie
In,That 4th of July Basket 1 1iu .
I hurled six-hit ball but himself stain 155 Oil .+.! la M C-M'1 ee-pt./eesastos el
/;;. Repairs to Us. jWe have a skilled opera I Joined In the error parade as' Runa haul In-Hurray. U-Mtllo. See U Week-End For Fender, Fresh-Dresed
and builtIt Belie. ",. Twn ...., bU.-I'.... "WllUam' Clt
EAL took an early lead Pouli Fryers and Hen while Wait
I I .... up you "OOMTOWN1with
tor in charge If it's made of metal and LoI'' o 5.n--0l t 5 BAL 1 Mrsd
iJ up every Inning A twobaseerror nana-EAL I. alas S. 8,.... ........
", by Melihlng and Ray y....., z...Ul...... D.ub. pUy oJ.Ald J. E. PETE AN .
\ needs Machine Work, See Us. I N ..."...... ...n'_ 11.1>0....
I ItdUey second single of the 1 Mary, J...... ateuohot--bra 1. A.,4, FRANK MORGAN
I > 1 \ I ', night produced Stuart'. only ; 1. b, K.ll.r_I. Baa oa .kallrr. Rai Building 303 East 4thStreet. ?
u 4 U.Ik K.K-r umNnP } I. t
wore In the 6th Inning (5"M .ed Ho 4i,w. Tu.. _a hr. 1 '
rl'\ Sharing Lifer:Love and Stirring AoW
1 POMPANO 'I _: __ ._
I, STUART MA INE SERVICE Inc. i AH R I lOA 1C I ; lure ft. Rougher and' To |h.r Hi*
Rnhldnn ik, 4 III t A I ; _. Frisco: in '491! '

,, PhcVe 33 1 nun 05,55* Ik ., .0000.1 i is I --d Z Thrill for thrill and star for Itartt .;'

"r, ) I." 'K II,.* 5.. *4 I/I i> 8 I a i 0 oKMuntoM : I pack the mightiest wallop) of ealotainment -

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Presort 5 t .. rA 11 I I A IC CIRCLE"Heats
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1M OuSt 15 jI. LET US SHOW YOU HOV AMAZING NEW RESSURIZED CALROD'UNIT Terrifically To A* Only Mark Hellinger, (the Ma

t I.f,1'.?....let...."'nnlnst' 515 'U 011Mo. 1 MAKES HOTH INF WORLD'S f/ffsr/ WATER HEAHRHoTIjtflNT Who Kne New York Best Could Tell UJ! I*

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\ t "I' V\ Mile N of Br'ge on U S,1 1 1I I At bur' ,Wllllama hlta"," :-Wralni. lirall.: 'Ohs.155.': r.h.1.. .\ nose.T.n,'. [ 'S great" new automatic electric; ( anima' ,I
Henna H Woes 111 n lens hlaier uc
,.... water ales revolutionary new principle
W I binta Lottery U> 11y Ka!: n.'l
,I 1, S".or'" 4. lnaMMiio 9. Uft ..n ba.e Circle Heat of Pressurized Cslrod
ft. .... ,,, theJHagtc
Stuar lWMi> M 15,0,1> i d.etlnh.m
( : t. .H....,r to Hr4.Iry s""Unla Vaitif, to give you the fastest, cheapen and
GULF Rosa. Acatty. r-' ham mturk I
1 PRODUCTS .nut 4,>'. ..,n. I '"-- most Jfependable hot water service ever dereU 1 Ak
ly N-tIo.eee" t 1. h"" ,1 Mh ft(
( ,. .. I in today. ask for full details!
i ahum 50 kulrhium" l. ff Moral.pnm.rt 5, opeclfiBtop r
dIf I Hit "by pt k I CrahanI
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Manager "CH PPY" SCHWAS 4u.1n,'. ,, : .,.nd / A 5 I/t nhd." 1f I SEEqf.thow the amazing Magic Circle Heat
I and 4 1/3 anlflK
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t I I I t u11, 15-1s- ... nnl, <11nu.41, TIm. put BARRY n1IGERALDTH1> w Da'"Y10"''"
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A Great Sale Fo The Greatest American water temperature constant .auto LateLt Fox Newt
j Holiday maucally minimizes w'ltel!
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? blanket that keeps water hot fot After A Woman Has/Led/ and Cheated For a hew'

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,-- -- political life to that of a rellg- SALERNO P-TA PLANS Mr. and Mrs Ronald C. Cross rr II IIUItBY OaOOE. t..t Foesn
,oIwd, is on J.1r I/th.
ieuse there appeared one of i PROGRAMWEDNESDAr and daughUw, Pam and Connie 1110 to the bill .. ......I.lnt 11" ..551,155re. !
PHONE Is ... ebwe .5Utlnd" ..u... ..... 4 i '4 ,
the leading periodicals a lengthy left yesterday lot ConnelUvlllcP Wet 5 bill 00 ..._. mid. kill
F 300 serial article In which was outlined -! A demonstration :by the Florida visit Will w toke n _f_ .04 'Tb.IS .. i
mil where they will Cross'sparents .... _. 1fob, dwlwt.4. m the I f fe.ws
ASSIFIEBT63 step by step the intensely Schoolbook Depository on Mi1 and Mfi.' James ,.... ./e ''ph ibis. ..d.. .holl N "
[m FOP ....
Ii4T1 personal emotions which activated use of projectors and slide pictures O.kl1oA.4weesnek0 wmk toe foe ,
Crow, and Mrs. Cross deter, Mr. ,
withdrawal. '
Ad-Taker that Perhaps for school children and W'TNI:88: er .h. ... ettlelat owl t f 0''
the reading public! .will not be: adult and adult prgrams will be and Mrs Fred Uighty, .t Mwrq P0.445, till t-! "Ib dy ..

11111111 iiiiiiiiiiiiiirmtHiHiiiiiii 1 given the rare privilege of reading -, sponsored by the Salerno PTAIn Jae. AD S14Ny I. POMSROY: :j
.. why the withdrawal dldnt' at the school cloth' colic Cun 1t ',
special meeting
a Mr and Mrs. R: F, Longbottom .
ORDDJ- FOR RENTiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiminiiiiiiiii the opposition,:the voices reached .. PI..4..
fc PER WORD stick While the majority of next Wednesday at ( pm. The McUe l .t. ,
1, MINIMUM ... FOR 11gps I I I I I I I I l l l l l l t l l l l l l l Florida II a new high of shrillness Toe speakers reached a new high In \public Is Invited. t will have a. their week-end JOHNSON'Ch-ult. CnoI AND linn JOHNSO hl a

$, PER WORD CAPI- X-ROOM house 4>n Martin IU, Only one that, so far as sound 1 raucousness Mrs Luce achieved gUMt Mr and Mrs 8.. F, Long- Rotkiten' lap PloI.tlffhh ,t'

Lq MINIMUM 150 FOBS 11 't. Lucl Estates) garage, all Ferris Wheel effect was concerned, didn't actually .. !'a new low In acerbity and Invective FUEL CONSUMPTION bottom and daughter and aon 0.. n. I.. Jruy' I I, 1.11.IIIOTICIt ) s

i- I InniroTeintnts, available July raise goose pimple was 1 The Inspection bureau of the Lynn and Sammy, of Avon Park. LEGAL ADVER EMENT k ,

I tltllllul1111II11111111111UIIHItUARTMEN. IL itephoM 118-M or writ ii in iHpRTENSE that of Mrs Luce the glamorous Of all those who sought the I State Department of Agriculture __I Flores.Juw .
1 S FOR Box,lynkStumrt. June M July 1OR K. WELLS who 1 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT a.dm.
lady a few short months ago Republican nomination only reports 200513 gal ot gasolineand s. 1150l

ill"111111111llllllllllll! Iiill ll Ill l11111e. '' RCNri-* THREE ROOM W* make no claim to poseulng forswore the world the flesh, the Governor Dewey is known to be 14135 gal of kerosene were LEGAL NOTICETO ICt

APT, NXvlLT DECORATED, prophetic power* but being devil and politics, but who returned antagonistic toward the South consumed In Martin County during ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

ALL ELECfRIC, LIGHT AND truthful as well as modest, we to the ,political arena In the fight against the unfair May. AND 5.5k.TO .M.ALL.k.vbhow.INTERESTED. Tbet PARTIES. Mw' et I.adsc 1n. w, dens of tie the Slate. the of Otet4Satd PIm.. ,

AIRY, REASONABLE TEAR feel compelled to call attentionto long enough to characterize discriminatory freight t t rates Ins. will''h old hi tIHo Cal JI.I, Ctte' oflit. Id. will .ff AFFIDAVIT ..,.. M I, County. Florid M It ... P0,14.. .,
ROUND the Democrats of the South as which since reconstruction days I. L T.Il.h.wen
RENT, PHONE SO*. correctness of our recent .. ., ., .. ...
Ktltk M Holt to ,.. rnblle clock % p" I Jolt 1>4' .t ",,50 e' k. ". .. July Seth. 1005
MAT Zl tf loomy' forecast regarding the lynch-lovlng Bourbons, white'ahlrted have retarded the development! ASSIGNMENT OP MORTGAGE ",, ...I of (\r of Blooit to orool nomttCturlM fer Mud I. .RTlN 'OUNTJ deweib.4. 'tiff
TYPEWRITERS outlook for radio pi-grams It race supremiau of the of this section, Dewey has been! Leth.r -. U.uee -. CIII.. .... Bulk ..tutuerW .. L Hrrron,.(or eowtrncUooj .. 0110.
elf FOR RENT By ..ateof of 5 oniblnAl. wan sad l ...11..... ..
.. week ft month Phone 10*. had been our intention to pass Bilbo Jilt, TmtinsemiUc anti- extremely' active and vocal |>roi>ort, kao. V. Lot t o.d t. klork. t. Alln Rw. ./11'. .r loot""' !
The It by but our five faithful readers Catholic, anti-foreign and, in against adjustment' of those SI......... '. ,I0.M., Plat )oak I. ,U. wwhlp 50 Rnlh. R.... IIE.ot
News Office ttFOlt .. ....... '
yuart 1.e55. Pals .b C. FIorI4.. 1.1.1,4.5 015 eo nunJEc
VENT thought best. that It be mentioned short ante-dlluvean and as the rates, openly stating that the: ...hl.. ......... h 1ft" o. Cent rosin .. OwsOC" Law Ne. 411 a
+e. Two down-town "Jim Crow wing of the party "South had all that was coming --Governor Dewey to Indicatethe ",root .M fw/u.. 'tie. eoool, HI..k .1.. 1).1010. I, 10111., n,4/ ,
spa ments. Newly famished. These charges were both to It." Added to this unbearable' attitude of President Dewey, lI.b..1 vepwte. 1ft.. G1/ c..ot ...d5Mt1 //i 1
W. were however, guilty of .. ,
All Ilectrle equipment. Phone .514. ...... ,55e oom4 T __of.1 blddet. 10 Sn r t..
understatement. During the past couth and untrue, jyhlle the arrogance and unwarranted; assumption In the event he should acquire .ld..t'oI .C' end .. 400 iw ..hetMe.e .d.:. Line _to .'
ATLANTIC COURT Stuirt I. May It tf language well would be broader .. .et seek p.nNrty No .M .......... 1
as title ,
as the spirit of superiority Is the! that .
week the airways were not merely .
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.. ko._ 11" ... MI 01 Clap T s mM. It and whn .N be
AP1RTMENT8STOAkT FOR EATS Door aandlnr tnaoh I bursting with politics; they was strangely, at variance with fact that he U also an ardent mowtolerant. or more understanding .be apk.M.. w ..b to tit. Boo.d ......1.., .... R.. '4 4 4wl
FLORIDA and edfer. RefiiilBhi reached stage of active explosion the reason given for the widely champion of the "civil rights, of the problems and ZONING tlOAItD OP AI noT.nt all mtrok.,. .......h.... ...Raveso ,4

,1 If Deter ed, Folly Equipped ones at reasonable rates ,the The usually stld Republicans publicized retirement from these: program, one part of which the rights ot the South. FOR THE): CITY. T. J.01"r.sir IE tT.r NSDT. b.etal '-_ en lMe.vP4tiA.

nekeepV" Apsrtrneate Phon\ 101, Stuart Hardware proved that all the so-naughty politics. ImmeriaW- FEPC is now law in the Statesof As of now, it appears about .. 010. at.Pubaeb .. btots Deer.1 E4...'..- _... r .
Jul/l I and e. ,.... tId..ht Ie nt-.5 n5. ... .n IoId. 4
Rates Co. \
SuVnmer ly
Low tf high talent for raising you- following announcement of New York and Massachusetts the width and depth ot his mustache I '

Open All\Yesr Round. FOR RtVJ8.00 week, Urze, know-what Isn't vested in the the withdrawal of La Luce from There! is nothing the record LEGAL ADVERTISEM T M Y 01lDEa.. tin el Scam tIN of 9(51.FWid.. 0-5.4.. et E.';, *i'i' silk
w. f P double ruWns, twin Hollywood Democrats.. While the speeches

Teiep 0153 keds RexVpteL Federal Hwy followed the usual pattern of NOTICE O'F' APPLICATION DEED OR TAX JlfILtUO OALDWr-u/ G_:_., 'i / .r

111111,1 IIBIIIIII at bridfe X tl attempting to take: the hide off 5mw BHI NR 1 n'C '
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NOTICE' III IU8T: YON tOel Swll.b Snnwr/
FOR BALE I CALENDAR\ EVENTS IN MARTIN COUNTY C C 8hln. tIM. kola.. of b. /.IMInn. It,a. send .1 Edse.td.e, ,, ".' t tP
,QUIT - iiiiiiiniiiniiipuiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiBulck. / I.. and .. .b. to.... 51. as. iv, 1a. 3.5, t. R, it, loan, t( 1
ItURS.. July 1: WMrtfao) Culfd, Mrs Bob Johnson! 8p. m. putch _tit...... ...... .... r r of 1.tto. 1.-. _
9 7 Good ,
g SAL dentptlen of tho may. -d LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
tuition, cp. Inquire Vane 1 Treat Bridge Club Civlo Center 113ft; p. m; Masonic Lodge Odd That" what I di.ln ibNin received written notice from the .ylk.5...... :.W wbkl It.. .wwsd an a. LEGAL

ward Jr | | 1095, Stuart, I Fellows Hall 8pm. <5R r
FRI., J July $: khvanls' Woman Club 12:11' p. m> ... .f 1'0.' .._ .U. "" fOR MARTIN COUNTY STATE I ,{.
I BORS NEARB17" aittaaed the 24-hour service I rendered ... J.
b SALE-KUrinator Electric SAT,. July 3: Junior bast.bull, Stuart v<. \ero Beach East 5th StIKU Do..I..f. .Mn,a Tset 00 O'F f'LOalD. It #t
well I the public for year7p4ji business I sell only milk f..t b, Ion ,... I. II W wnet. ofiE' IN IIlr-A.D 'I1IE IDtITATIt t
nge, S-burA-r and deep I 1 4pm.; Jaycee oWe Log Gil>in. 9 p. m.; Act\ High Bridge over a my ) .r JoIE' .f liE'. .. I. D8'I I
lor Good nditlon, *5C.00. shakes soft drinks (NO IN/TOXICANTS/ I ) coffee gasoline .....1.".. I. T a, a.. a.E. i1 r.F'J B. a&ARDON. .... ,
ill t 41S >rth Denver or I dub hire E. }J. Smith, 1:30: p. m. ,.
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Name I..h ... ...4 (_ N.Thorp. .
bone 1094. July 1g' MON.. July 5; Jaycees, Civic Center, 8 p. m i bnseball, Stuart VI Lake etcetera no later than mi night. .... -\orIeE\1 TO CREDITOR: : '

SALE soiutely new i Worth, East SIte St field, 1pm. My business is in a busir/ess section on Highway No. 1 and All of ..1 .'...., .bete I. NnCuunte fond-:.n4 1 requtnd mrb .t M ise.pewat. "hen.. :'.:1':; a
.f no Iin. 8..,. .f .,..1." ....I.h ,.., 51ISP 0' hnu
end de.lPsds r
141, <.wheel I drive "Jeepf TVES, July A: Presbyterian \Vnmuns Annotation, Mrs Ivan Taylor, these complaints of supp sed-to-be unnecessary noises and Unl... wrt- or ....""stn.A.II s ..... ...Ino. .ho E.of
tlrliHable Also 2:30 School Board lacier 7:30 Palm ... n' .4 ..rdln5 to .k.the. 1_ _.... H.. dnenwd. law .1
steed extras.y : m. court : m.; City
; .
m p.
p ..
I' disturbances WERE NlWER E (PLAINED. P.ePn4e d ribe0 I. wcA Ifkoto otontlflealnfw wed ,5", to .ho CesI I.d. ',
for, > purpose Men Club, '7:30. church / III''n. oold U tk. ktekrat' ...... u.lp. P1.04..t his efrteo I I. +
bidder At ... hw4e door tko .... .
lalJ it. Phone at .t on 110. .t Illuori Flnid. with1. 1
11500 s
Int WED. July 7: Rotary dub. CliKholms, 12:15: m. Salerno Civic ., .... .
p. ; tint Vor.fr In month of Auriut U4 .4561 << der .ho tro ve t6. hie 0 1 1lb.
-I for Ins nation, I Amociution Salerno School whlrk .MJ. >' and day of ....ou, J... b11.tls..5 8pmTIIL'HS ..... I.. .. 01" ..... '
July 1 U UIT .d ( Ullk day of J. Inns ells m_ sense lor I. .u.. end '
Decide Treat Club Civic Center, 1 1:30: (p. m; School Board (CIi'p.lt, >..1'1\ 1) ...t. tho ..Mn of owidn.w. and nOast "
J. E POUKROV fill" .ddw ., .100 .I..t end ,
SALE $ Il1w.od Box court house 2pmCommittee ". Cl.rk, of ClrruH Court of ....t 0. warn to hr the .,"'0..... k... ;
lol Mat. ...... County. Florida. 51.50. 5451.1 Ia .......... eo lbw wee. wi 4H
flint Beds pang MANAGER ........ ...... Ia...
That's what the CIT should do AT ONCE on T M GUNS D. c.GAl. 14 .n. to r 11
1 dreg 1 chest of P.O. J .t. .. :r. SI loon. t..... 'b hi of ..,. A. 0. 1040. ,, f

in en, 1 nlJotel able. Rex I to Probe Game Fish account of a l lot of reasons*'which have accumulated and Jr ADVERTISEMENT. : : JAMES 8 kFARDON I. 4 ';t

which I will explain everybody UNLESS HE DOES QUIT. I. I... of tIN 0015(5 .. 1.wdt M. '

t M FOR.8ALIf-Ol(I irresJS Bway hoases 110Gsmes. I Netting Confusion, Report July 19 SO I ASK YOU, R. CITY MANAGER, "WHY DON'T IN fLOR IN Trt> D A.COUNTY FOR MARTIN JUDGE COUNTY COURT OUCllih1lO1f........ ern...._FRANCIS.... i 't'

iBBditka with !:.! 1
excellent lULl. HKDT. I s raw ........... ,
eking hott-I, wain she, I Tallahassee 14-man committee GENERAL MU H EMBARRASSMENT AND POSSI. tWronard I Jens
DEER NOTICE rife. F. ft Adafct, Hobs has been appointed to UNIFORM FOR FINAL
end, Fls' ofiane till. tf conduct an Immediate Investigation ELY A LOT OF G IEF." My personal investigation leads t DISCHARGE LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 'I

I and offer tecommenda- me to ,believe that the present CITY MANAGER IS NOT COUNTY STATE: Of OP.FLORIDA PALM BEACH NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAIL: I "' '
R SALE-.G. d saddle
Ts wham M. CooeerratNottw DEED
arse. L. Cf Kicklitcr Box tions to the State Oame and HUNT SEASONIS WANTED BY: THE MAJORITY of the people of Stuart. ,is\Ip....:. give. that r .... H_ .111 Nw lea } 4 ;
I Fresh Water Fish Commission Jn < II.... air fliutl l..port .. ._..... et lb.
Ill, Stuart, tla. June 24 tf an effort eliminate confusion I ...... of Julfc D.nrdt. drcnordt. Mat 1 NOTI'E IB RERr-BY OIVEN RAsa 1 d lx"
kvo Sled ntruotttion. for final, ilrh. .r*. 5.5011 Ra"'h the hold..f the 5.10.0., 9 '
I SALE-A or part of aproxlmately that prevails between commercial ... fl..I.. end> that I will spell .rlil a kw ejod. MM .....tltI.... for a 44
5 riverfrent feet fishing interests In the Lake ADOPTED "All good thing nust come to'an end some ime./' t, t0. Hwor... .;Lobs, R..CI.:' Oust'JWa..0 lad 5.0 .. 1M Isu.4 u........ The y'
M S C.unty the ItYd. .nttfl s eseb.e sad
mil halfwi between JensenTwentyflvt Okeechobee and St. Johns Rivet ., of 1.1.. A. >. 104X. for the ...._eI to. dw.NptI..1 M.f=1; ::::? ,I
nd< Fort PI areas and sports fishermen .f M... ws. for fliul .'..h.... nthe ..-,. Nlb k .
Cs. ........ tao oatow of J.1I* tnen.
illsn per foot or 15,500 for throughout the State, Director Tallahassee-For the first time D........

II fit. H; cash. Charles Tier. Ben C Morgan said today. In. history the State Oame and Signed DATED th// It ., of J...... A. D....... .. !4 at., Na I.Y. .
GUS .0. .. ... "'
ndall, a 411 SSrd, St, The committee composed Fresh Water Fish Commission on E..ctitor of tko .rtt. .. Jull BBMtt :; : 1 I
eat Palm ash, Fla.me representatives of the commission dATHADDUIS....... Duce I inn .... t. 40. ,
17 thru Ang. U sport$ fishermen\' and the June J3 adopted a Statewide deer .. WHIPPAI. Rlo.k '.: .k.tll'.r: : M Pet ;'
.....' fOr E.. On'F.A of N0'. 04 and ; ,
commercial Interests was ap- hunting season with uniform 'kn. .FM.Pab. / $.r.' I, T.B. 40, II.Eo I. y7.

'n FOR.hlte SALE'Outside pointed by the commission after hunting days In each of the HENRY P. LYONS, 'Juno IS. IT,, 1, far R loco. N... I .hlph mw. .end. QH... 8.T I (".'' '
and Hat White, S19S when several LEGAL ''
a day-long hearing State five conservation districts ADVERTISEMENT __. ''o .
filloniand 4-galoa| lots. Col- fishermen sought the right to i r ,
All of d Pmerte Orine h the
po i h and deck cnam- "net and sell" game fish from LEGAL A ERTISEMENT OF Cast .f MOrUR M..... of FIu.,... I i
from $2, 0 t* 12. Robe! '_ :: .- -- --- FLORIDA INLAND FOR MARTIN .0. r.eu.t. ...;! ............ W Mw Ih. + ,
a >onnd Lumber Co. ,Johns River During the hearing Nov. 24 to Jan. 5 as the 43-day IN ANCERYCs pwperte A.4 Ia men ...lfl.... eo

hone K51 Apr. LL tf other commercial fishermen season for hunting buck deer COUNTY .. 1.50RALPO ovlifk.-, ..h\-:: .oM m Me hOh..0 ', 1 1add. l ri f
.. t house doer n th. '
Bill 11111 ll tl iiiiiMmiiiiiiiiiiiii.ilOFFERED. joined sports fishermen from "with one or more horns not less ITOe.m ISLHELEN. IPI.l tent .0.4.. i. wtl, of A.ewt 11". ,
many parts of the State In block- ,than five Inches long." The first .kirh I. .k. I 5 .... of A...." 1041 t
SERVI Ing the effort seeking to authorize five days of the season will be OAI'L Y ITORFA.wrwds.L. I...... this I. d.. of Junp .U8. 1
: 5.dl I
(001,511 Cwn ,
IHIIIIlllll11 IIIIOlIII111111II1i111111I0Ti unrestricted netting ot game open to hunting but Mondayand NOTICES to APPRR ) I. R. tOMRROY ''t

: G DtCORATlNQGJNG. Ash Tuesday of each week will BeIt.1 IN THR NAME OF TUB oTATB OP 1'1. of CI..1t cAs.l. .r i
II. Cway Plarida.P.h
am summer Members ot the committee who be closed thereafter throughoutthe TO FLORIDA HELEN BALKY f 510005. Ml Akk T M. CUSS, D. C. ,
Beet the LA'! 1.1. I. .. rlt ". 00. 1041
F tmateL C. RsRu will conduct investigation State. >y Kuod U flMikin Mlokltont 1 u. }
rr Jen4riBeaeh. July 1,0 and offer, written recommendations The Statewide turkey season LEGAL \'UTI5I.INT: LOCAL AD RTISEMENT '
to the commission here continuing from Nov, 14 until .- -" a aRO

HOLSTERI', it Repainting, July It Include J. W. Corbett, Feb. 1, will be restricted to gobblers D OP PUBLIC INSTRUCTION MARTIN COUNTY

Itro. chairman Fort Pierce; 4th District in Districts 1, 3 and 4. Bens TENT lVK BUDGET FIGURES + FISCAL.YE VR 0.4s 1040 //1

Chief Wildlife Officer Curtis and gobblers can be killed In the SECTION I. ASSESSMENT! AND tt,'i 1 t 'j:

hspE 119,4. s Upholstery Wright Okeechobee and State 3rd and Sth Districts I. A.TAX......LE Ins. et rowsn. Ie S. Ts Loo'" .. t>/.".Kaonipt (Mill.) '
llth 8t, Fort Representative W J. Hendry Quail and squirrel season was Count.. County DML"' II",.1 4 t "

Ierce, Phon Okeechobee. set for Nov. 24 to Feb. 1 ,In all .,''';.- .. (tb.III hors' Ii... I 4 . 1 u.nun.III'U .tot.1.I 0..11.1.'..... .o.-.5. g '1 1. .
nffl7.Z4.[ July 1,8WK Before the hearing ended the district except the 3rd whereIt LSto .hI 8..rtol 'Ins .1

commission decided that supervised will extend from Nov .4 to TOTAL IIUI8I" .let Doht ...., 1NONEXEMPT'
cov BIlYs .
; .' Armoleum -
Inl \ netting and trapping operations Feb. 20 with hunting permittedevery TOTAL Mil.I.9 N 1
iron id
and .....
.1 II.
now under way in the day The first five daysof
halt Tile Rub and Cork .a.. eo 11. ,4 ; 1 '
s. Guar teed lUllatkmGriff two waters will be continued until the season will be open and to Debt lIOn. A',. .....1.IICTloN .
It I'
scientific studies and surveys thereafter Monday and Tuesdaywill '
r expert ttii hank usxle. ANTICIPATED RECEIPTS AND SALANCsst / ,
eler, Ine are completed by the agency be closed In all other districts 0r FM., ... ..... .. !!"
008, | Fort biologists Howfever. Director Ruts seer-. .. : II : ;::
:w. "y"" + r Coual bl.ttt.. ..._ .. ..... .. u r..t.
NCEp NU Morgan warned he will redoublethe Marsh hen season was ached- Cub ....rw. Ronlnninc' of Voir inAA t
PORTS for wo- law enforcement units in tiled for 24 to Feb 1 inDistricts
">. Hen's itlts. LacL Dow- Okeechobee and St. Johns River tn 4 with the; first Total .alUbU Cat! ..4 Currtnl. Rterlpta fllO.I1'.4.

1. Ml OAnce AvT Fort areas "to see that the taking, five days open and Monday and 4thgfJULTF SECTION I. PROPOSED' IXPENDITURESt t

f.ee.. Phon 197-H |>r apjUment transportation and sale Of all Tuesday closed thereafter. The ,. Control ... .. ..0 T 17OSl f q qOn '
.. .
f neat,. 514.50 1,
1 tfbU species of fresh water game fish same dates and schedule will be One- ..en of Plant ...... .. .... II .... .0 1
lM; I Land-tl lnf, ls Immediately and entirely effective in the 2nd and 5th districts M.Int "" .. A.... 1 ')
; TrnninoRaikHl i.iiii.: ;, Nal .000 N
Atntcloo (
'Ming and Wing. hone stopped" with the exception of St. Find _. vain, 5t }
u He revealed that his agency Johns Duval and Nassau coun- .0.01. :=-I..t.. 0.. P.ad .... ae.l : 0,7anA0 I \

aT WvliTJAiTHTtl lets has purchased two light type ties. while minting will be per T.f.! lot' IT.0.0 C.- ulMlns A Su.DlNO .., ... ',1.05.0,1 ''; ,
IM today \t act .bile observation airplanes that will mitted everyday from Sept. 15 : 4 I 110.:: tw C..h Sslsaw. N M e......:. Ouse e.01, no I'I'I
.. .... '
enforce to Nov 20. : Rowe. fen \0.11; ... 4.ON.00 11 '
uranee that|
l" new Roan 1 reap bll.ty ment officers".on daily observa- Daily bag limits of game are: ___ w I ''I'.t.1 ._...._ teed Bwsnm ...... _. _. IU"'U' )

Law. TheoioreDehun D ea'a. tion flights over Florida vast buck deer, 1; wild turkey, S; ,0,, ,, C PIEAL OUTLAY AJ'ID' DEBT IIRVlCBI NO. ,

Bllf. rtl no 3LIt hunting and fishing territory quail 12; marsh hen 20, cat A. Rena s 5,4 b.Me.m ..' ... ... .. 11.114-11 +
The planes already have been squirrel IS, and fox squirrel,,S. .. ADO ,.._. III.II... a.14I"... AUItJeu, i..tloM .
the St Johns The season bag limit was. set at '
ordered to,cover .
CU| it kings, River, Lake Oeorge and Lake two buck deer and. tour wild Tel,, ,:. ; r.::= :" t:,... Ly .. Im :::'
rng fads Corp, an etc Stuart Okeechobee areas and to crack turkey .... ..... ...a. .. ; Os.ss4..e1't- ;: 1 i iLi
U fishing Hunting dates and bag limit 1 ,
all Illegal operations.
:down on 1
'tOU CURRENT B AND BUS FUNDS i ii MOM.. .m c....., \. '
av. leo, y..r ." Morgan said on duck:, geese said other migratory Rowtet. .kolonojojno .. .. .1 ......... I '
floe layim one He disclosed that the plane birds will be set In the near APtwee : 4rw .... P,;;;;. 14hovi I.. i 4a '
Paa-a-minjRt ar nI' I.. 4 WooICT Astral..... E..t, If 1 t q
the Federal Govern-
Feed -
Ise pilots after sighting Illegal operations : future by, sn-.tw E.we Pus4. ... U::.:: ,
It In the areas, will communicate mentiTiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiMiiiiu / rf "iiiiii.i'

"TS for CoulJPuil,; All by radio'With the ) I i
Immeafcto 4llvery. ageney* Jeeps, airplane-boats 01.1. A. I Antklonwd .4 a..erw. Sm T.t.lII.
art Hardware!C.. and patrol boats and direct them CARD.OF THANKS .. V., Mltlal _jpla. J:. Co... Rai A........_.
on.H olo_ 'oOnd ._ C Owens.S .
( of the law infrac- Le. Coon < t
to he scene We wish to thank all our nN' to i. $ttSl OR a s..o. It. ''I
u: : 1 t:
illlllllllllll IIIIHIII 1111 uiiuNIHIl0I0gOIN1 Uon have, 1 ee.se 7 n SI evO.1I 0IO.00R.7C
One Of the plane. assigned to friend who sympathy In any In way the loss Totol' 'if.I W ."....... ON ...1ii .7JIILN'g1b54s.s, ,
mil the east coast, probably will be of our son 'and' brother John:; PIoo. I e 5511., Met the 101" 01 bile t.......... .d0 MM a __H.
11 111 11111.4TlCl based at Fort Pierce. The other, beM., M s. Ra 11V 0, sons Swan Ce 51P 0554 to. 1M 1 r "
tee to the west coast win on June 23 The1 many remembrances > : : ..wt-t..MMO.Mn: s.ti :'tU, tka. .5 50. Ow0O pOne.d k.O .is
all loads. t and assigned. have been much appreciated ,
'tl"i.a Servls 343 base la the Tampa area, Morgan I k" .
143 disclose that BOARD PII1IU IWI0TU5OTtot?
W. Nites. revealed. Records Mr and Mrs Oeorg McOee : ItAaTIff COUNTY FLORIDA 7 4
ARNOLD M. HACT\. Florida U the 39th State to use and grandmother.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlihllH. I set D. PAaa.*' n .. f fPe441
JtWalre Rale SerrleeV airplanes in the enforcement of and family t K auu.Dsas. ..010.-..,. 1 i

Dial.! Highway, Stuart flab and lame> law. I 57, 1N0

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I I MESON ELECTED: Association of Insurance Commissioners side freezing units and a covered iiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiSoda I I I I Paul Mathls of Vero Beach 7M Mr Riverside and Mr.. Robert Drive M.bare French Mtheir Recent gueiu of tin'enhaw

Tallahassee, July 1. (t'NS*--J. recently at Phladel| Home compartment for meat Just ] News of drove down Thursday for Mn. guests Mr. and MfS. Robert wm 4,, ,d
Edwin Larson of Tallahassee, phia. It Is the second time the underneath. In general!, these Mathls and their ado, Claude, M. French, Jr.. and family of Charles Fred aoddmond a
Florida State Treasurer and In- State has been so honored, .J.C., DemonstrationNotes very perishable foods keep best who have been the guests of Miami.
Durance Commissioner, was tuning State treasurer having if covered.Uncooked meat shouldbe Stuart Cont'd11IIIIII11111111111111111111illlllllllllllllllll Mrs. MathU' brother-in-law and,
elected president wt< the National served as president In 1928. loosely covered or 'simply
taken out of Ita wrapping and I I ( I I later, Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth

r By MISS LUCIU INSCOI placed In the meat compartmentof Molll: Rlcoif and Angelina 8UmmeL
aMiss -
SALES See Us For the refrigerator which provides CENTRAL MARKE1MEAT {
PACt It with enough ventilation CprutsJice\ are leaving Sunday Jonell and Buddy Moon
& Repair and Where and how food Is placed for good keeping for Floral City, Fla, where they are the guest of their aunt, Mn.
1 14'S'' g F R I 6 1 In the refrigerator I la importantfor When putting foods In the refrigerator will be' girl counselors for a'' Lee Oldershaw. I ;
CLIO r ,
Keeping Jt fresh and wholesome take car not to crowd -'
ATVA ', SERVICE Parts ; especially In' hot weather,. them so' closely together that, month at tbe Good Counsel, Mrs, C. A. Scarborough and PRODUCE and GROCERIES '
household equipment specialist the circulation of cold air Camp sponsored by the Catholic: ion of Miami and her mother 1 ':
I BAUERSt. of the U. S. Department of Agriculture around them 1s t' off I Church. I and sister Mr*. Hugh Rawls and! COURTEOUS SERVICE ,. .
pan ARNOLD say Priority on the cold cooked food cool to room Miss Kate Bawls who are visit- T
Patm try \ est space la the cabinet which perature before putting it in tem'l Mrs E, A. Mennlnger] Jr., and J Ing her from Franklin Va, were 4 ."CONVENIENTLY LOc \|
With Lucie Boulevard Phone 142- Is usually nearest'the freezing refrigerator In order not to heat her mother, Mrs. Lila Ludwig of the weekend guest of Mr. and 2nd and Akron v Joe Iri
cabinet should be given to the up the atmosphere inside\ and St. Joseph Mo., left this morn Mr. Earl J. Rlcou. Miss Rawls I
faclU'sibly most perishable foods, tor whicha overwork the motor. However, ing for St. Joseph by auto where was a schoolmate of Mr, Rtcou'i\
temperature of 40 degrees Ft or as soon as the food-has cooled Mrs. Menninger will' visit for --
iesl. I I., slightly colder is recommended. get it into the refrigerator three months Mrs. Ludwig ar A
The foods which need coldest promptly. rived'here Tuesday noon to rest
storage because they spoil moat briefly before the return trip -
easily/ are: fresh and cooked To save time In preparing desserts e "
meat, poultry and fish; meatiroth. in s.,
: : especially summer Mr and Mrs Earl J. Rlcou are a
gelatin dishes; milk; Milkandegg many housewives like to make leaving Sunday' for Minneapoliswhere ,
j dishes like custard and up their own pudding mix ready they will visit their on- y
cottage or other soft cheeses. for ''rapid use In.a 'Utlety of In-laW and daughter Mr. and w
3 Modern refrigerators are de cornstarch puddings pie or,, tart Mrs John Oun olu.. Their con, 1It..: *
signed to encourage this ar- fillings or filling between layer Earl Dyer will finish school in iTO"
'1" angcment of food by I STOCK UP FOR THAT P/CNIC IS: : DAY
\ providingall of cake. For such a mix dry New Haven July 30 and then join AyAU-
f \ / shelves--'-for milk. bottles, be- skim milk powder known as the Rlcous in Minneapolis for a FRIDAY SATURDAY, ,JULY 2 and 3
-- non-fat dry milk solids-offers sightseeing and fishing trip to FOURTH OF / ULY SPECIALS
convenience good keeping qual Canada and Newfoundland
Ity, economy and high nutrition Points of Interest will be Winnepeg -
1t value. Montreal and St. JuhnaEnroute < GROCERY MARKET
The 'following recipe, suggested home they will spend a
Ik I by the Michigan Experiment week with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Men City Club, Sweet Mimed Assorted
FORA1I THE MOST MPLETE Station, makes three to tour ninger at their summer home In 16"01" O-11
HOLESALEIN servings ot pudding and is twice Cashiers .N. C. PICKLES rf&JLl CgLDCirre 59c
in milk _
1I s as high soUds: value as -e-
qlaholiday pudding made with fluid milk. I Blllle Joe Ausborn apprentice Tetley TEA Small, Meaty SPARE [
To make the mix combine seamen son of Mr. and Mrj. Arthur .
thoroughly 1H' cup sugar; IVt Aubborn has Just finished BALLS 18eount 15 RIBS 49c
cup cornstarch; t teaspoon salt. his boot training in San Diego ,
r 411 OKEEC SEE ROAD '1 cups,dry skim milk, and store and is home-on leave. He will Factory Packed -- Western Chuck-BEEFSUGAR'
In a tightly covered container.
PF 2J851 l To prepare pudding, use 3/4 cup return Sunday .. __
: : 53c
rli This Store Will Be R. B. McPherson left last week 43L lb.

1 dJ : ( 'l Closed All Day for Ames, Iowa, where he met I No. can Center Cut PORK
r Mission Inn
his nephew Delaney Oelger, and
t+ Monday, July 5th IN
t'' Oelger's father
and All
,,and brother. John Oelger, of, PEACHES 27cANTHONY'S .Ib 69c'MARKETV
A Jacksonville. The Oelgers accompanied -
ce. July 7th Line I McPherson to North-
Complete Dairy
i way. Alaska, where they will visit EC( NOMX
Deliveries In Jensen relatives They plan to see many
f} Beach on Tuesdays, I points of Interest on the way. 300 SO. AKRON AVE. STUART, FLA.\
\ I lof the mix to 1U cup water. Add PHONE 143 FOR REE DELIVERY
I water gradually stirring until
r irr GRADE APASTEURIZED i smooth. Then rlndJoIr boll
i over gentle heat. teaspoon -
MILK of vanilla.
variations are possible
I Many
I I HOMOGENIZEDVITAMIN y "t1y with this mix. To 3cup of .
D MILK the mix may be added:
MARVEL BAKERY FREEH HAMBURG or I 1 tablespon chocolate sirup or
rpFFEE CREAM 1/3 square bitter chocolate, ENDE I E DbY
HOT DOG BUNS L. 15C shaved or melted ;
WHIPPING CREAM I ', cup chopped fruit-fresh, I .D s
ANN PAGE' DELICIOUS ENDER canned or dried.
COOKED S ]R CREAM U cinnamon drops or
i BEANS with tomato1-lb. 5c W COT1VKE CHEESE I crushed peppermint candles P C
'* nuts
sauce & pork I. cans L n cup chopped
---- > toasted cake cubes.
1'4 cup toasted coconut.! \
CREME'CAKE The pudding may be served I i f .
... 596 FROM OUR TRUCKSOR with a topping of Chocolate ,I I
lIb. Jamlor I .
---.,.- YOURFAVORITE butterscotch sauce, honey, SEE US. TASTY PICNIC SPECIALS
pUd-j _
f ding may be used to fill -" "
SALAD DRESSING 37C I tart shells or as tilling between ; fMuMelma'n1* APPLE
r: DAIRY layers of cake. The thickness of I : (
{ TOMATOES 2 It 23cSAUCE2rWilkes
the pudding may be varied to
Sultana Small Stuffed Nalltco Anniversary P. O. BOX/1042/ STUART j taste by the amount of water

jar .35ciPo ndpkg, 55c 1 1I


Boneless Stewing Ski less I SHOULDJORjOim> TOGETHER/s.1 ORjEATslICNICl Mayonnaise Krafts pt. .45c SPRY ((3Ub. can) ,. $1.27

S --_

l 1, VEAL lb. 69C WIENERS Pifkle and Pimento,lb. 49C iT'eWr Spanish Olives,Stuffed 41/ -oz. ,23c -PICNIC_ SPECIALS-1- Cross & Blackwell Date & Nut J 9

; Fresh Pork SHOULDER SANDWICH WEA ER / Monarch 12-ox. jar Royal Scarlet POTATO BREAD
SALAD, lb. jar .2 can
-BUTTS 54CLOAF 49C .s so..5.. sse y Pick-L-Joys .37c : .....
,lb. ,lb. Walbeck Garlic ReTag OregonPRUNES

\ : I Math's Smoked Small POTATOCHIPS DILL PICKLES, qt. ......3 c 2''
Sunnyfield BACON
m prCNIC -- ? 2 No
HI 38ciPAUSflGE 59 9C .- .-- ASker MEET ME AT Angelus '
SQUARES 3 Marshmallows 6-02. pkg.fee .
I : lb. |/ Pkr.( KINDREDS'r. white House Apple
.-' Pert
) .
Karo Bluelable ;A-PENN j OR SMALL 1 r. DRESSED.49c ASSORTED Paper Napkins, 2 pkgs. .. .../ 9c JUICE ,,

I II' SYRUP, btl. 21c MOTOR OIL HENS, Grade' A, I lb. __ COLD CUTS, Ib. .49c I Swift's Vienna .-.-__CaD
Argo Corn Ib.'pkg S.A.E. 20, 30, 40, 50 PICNIC HAMS I .47c PURE LARD, 21b. pkg. .59<: Sausage can--.- L17c Cabin Home S-lb. TI

STARCH 13 23c I BREASTSTHIGHS Planter's Cocktail MEAL
I I Peanuts, can __ ...._29c .
1I I iL'a.jar 45 12 gal. can .$1.83 YOUR_ CHOICE. WINGS BACKS- Rath' -ox, can

Camay Toilet MILK, 3 tall ... .... .. ...44c GOLD' MEDAL Luncheon Jt Meat _____ .47c 3lb. '
Armour's Deviled 89c
I SOAP bar bar 13c pkg.
3'/4-o- c WATER GROUND"MEAL LONG GRAIN' ------ Matmor Ripe

HAM 1 DREFTlg.pkg.30cMild :, 5 Ibs. .. ..I ..... .... .....49c RICE, 24-oz. pkg. .36c Olives, 7oz.: can __ __ .29c Smarty DorFOOD

', .1 VEAL, can 4 IVORY lOc 2 Nol2 cans 25c CRACKERS 1 lb. pkg. .25c Butter, 8-oz..jar .19c ...

'; Cream of 14-oz. pk lb. can WHITE HOUSE CUBAN SLjCEDPINEAPPLE Rita es.1 _For Call Too

I WHEAT 18 CRISCO 42c APPLE BUTTER, 28-oz..16c No. 2 can .35c Crackers; lb. pkg. ....27c Santa Cruse Whole, Unpeeled "
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FRUITS VEGETABLES OXYDOL box .. DREFT, pkg ..... ....... .29c Pickles, 32-oz. jar ...__...- ....29c can' _
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L 3 lb.. _lected crtn. FOWL lb. .59c CHOPS cut lb. .,
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Bag ........ ......29c ..
Peaches .38c N
I'"I. omatoes 19c I JI 74.Ib k go" .... .....29 c Hormel Sliced ------- Swift' Premium Be;Chuck
Maid Seeded
Sun ElberU No. 1
15-ox. pkg.'| \ Watermelons kg ............57c PEACHES2lbs. BACON, 1 lb,pkg. 69c ROAST center cut lb.
Raisins 19c \All Sizes! and Price I' We
: .-.31c Western Veal, boned and tulle Sugar Cured Breakfast
NeVr White 16'J
California Cantaloupes \ Potatoes Pkf.,. | Carolina .. ROAST, lb. __, ......._..._. ...59c BACON, in piece

Large size,'ea.. .25c I 10 Ibs. .45c Tea l litKlNDRtD'5 s .lUC POTATOES t WISCONSIN DAISY IEESE, lb. ...__..._.__-..-___..."-.- ,

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NEWS. and Happenings of't the. WEEK- -- IN STUART Home Haws Items Telephone office tor beef 114 ore paper noon malt on Wednesday reach Office the' newipaper rhone 30' l 1 ,:i jl' I Jf''

... MRS. JOSEPH McCOY Society: Editor I f .

son and Mr. and Mrs. Richard M.Doz-
I MEETS ON MONDAY Capt. and Mrs. George J. Sessa Mrs Cecil Johns, returned Saturday ler and children Tommy and j

announce the birth of.a daughter by plane from Owensboro, Donna, of Vero Beach, were the
I The Salerno Home Demonstration Catherine Anne In New Ky, where he was the guest. of week-end guests of Mr, and Mrs REAlTv ESTATE !II,j'
I Club met Monday,afternoon York City June 20 The 8eaM Mr. and.Mrs. J. O. Bernard John U. Mennlnger

o Highest Cash I at the home of Mn. W. U formerly lived at the Atlantic -0.-a e -- Homes!tes gX
c Paid For Your: I Merritt. Topic for the afternoon. Court Apts and ,are expected to Mrs. O 1.. White returned Sunday I Mrs. E. H. Bess left Monday
USED 1 I was "Child Care and Welfare1Mls ,return here next month- night after visiting! relatives/ ,to return to,her home in Fred- R onable : l cliff(
,# LUcile Inscoe, Home Dem In Madison, Da, and Cairo and 'erlcktown, Mo She was accompanied New Address* 4t Street, Opposite School JI 1 1TT
See Us Before : onatratlon, Agent, gave A brief MRS KLEIFELD HOSTESS Thomasvtllo! by her daughter, Mrs O ,} : \,
foil Sell or I discussion on the purpose and Mrs It M. KleKeld entertained Oae .a. W. Conrad, who wlU visit her

.Trade 0iUNRJSE I organization of summer activities with a buffet bridge luncheonIn Danny Mlnnehan Ola Rlcardo for several weeks They took Mrs I 1,1', .
of the OlrU1 4-H Club. She the solarium at the France and Jimmy Wood of Stuart and Conrad son. Carter to Camp KUBIN
[ / MOTOR CO 'ANY stated that 10 girls went to short Apia. Tuesdiy Prizes went to Jean Arnold, Adalr Mahan and I j Pinnacle Hendersonvllle/ N. C, I t'.<
plxlc ,FORT Plisca FHONSIM course in 'iailahasnee during Mrs. R'O Judson, Mrs. Stanley Roberta Hall of Hobe Sound returned where he will spend two menths j ,:
June and that 27 glrli would attend 04Miss .
KJtcbl fr. Mrs. T. J. F. Kennedyand 'Monday from the Pres- '. I" ,
Camp MrQuarrlo in Oala i Mrs Evans Other 'Betty _.. .
Crary. lleU
ocor oaoc .O -::20a4 byteflan youth conference In Monday 0. ------
S National Forest this month. i io guests were Miss Ida Albracht; Sorrento. nlRht for Gainesville where she .1 .I
i In cooperation with County Mrs, II tl. IlipMm, Mrs Arthur ... will be an assistant law librarian .,
Rt Announcing \ Nurse Miss Flora Stanley An es- ChappUkit, Mrs, John Taylor, -- at the' University WHE YOU NEEDLUMBER
t planatlon concerning Immunisation Mrs L. A. ArbogUHt. Mrs Lee Mrs Carl IU Wlllard. who Is -
was read by Mr. George Oldrrshaw; Mrs. A Anderson visiting<< In Stuart with her parents Stafford

the / I I O born, president of the rlub. Lawton Mrs. C R. Ashley, M:.. Mr. 'and Mrs L, C. Moore plane Fred Monday A. night returned from Albany by ,

Mrs W L. Merritt, child spent the week end with her .
care D. S. Hudson, Mrs David B N Y. ,where he was the
chairman, took charge of the Irons. Mrs. M. O. LIttman and brother-in-law and sister. Mr, guest of his daughter and son- )R ANY ,
I and: and Mrs James R: Myrick, In :
program conducted
.E-OPENING 4 an Interesting Mrs Erwin F, Johnwlck. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc- ,
4I I D roundtable dlscusalon Hialeah, She returned Sunday '
o on child welfare,In the home JAYC'EE-KTTES MARK with Carl R. Wlllard, Mr. and Callum Mrs. McCallum Is a BUILDING MATERIAL r
commercial artist
/ Many angles of the problem were FIRST ANNIVERSARY; Mrs L. C Moore and Mr: and -0-
of brought out through questionsand Mrs O D Quigley who were
bad '
The Jaycee-EUea a seafood
discussion there for the day. Mrs Oscar Johnson of the CLL OR SEE
dinner Monday evening
I At the close of the -0- Johnson House left Monday fora I
meeting refreshments celebrating their 1st anniversary.
JENSEN EACH were.,, served by theo Attending were Phyllis and Jo Bill Ofman who enlisted In month's vacation with rela- 1x
I hostess Others attending wereMrs. Ann Constance, Floretta and the! Army In West Palm Beach, tives In Cleveland. East Coast Lumber ,
George Osborn Jr.. Mrs Adrienne Bartlett, Florence Au- left Tuesday morning( for Fort -e--
/ I I) Gladys Perry, Mrs Margaret erbach Estelle-'Kanarek, Peggy Bragg N. C. Ray Rusch of New York Cly| :
teAUTY 1 SALON Sawlell, Mrs Freda Merritt Mrs Peterson, Lydia Redding, Rose --e- guest of Dewey Wells Jr, left ;

I Ida Rider, Mrs Martha Whittle. and Helen Czverko, Jean Nleb C j W. Chaney, formerly employed yesterday for Jacksonville where & S pply 'Co. J
Mrs. Del ree Whittle Mrs J P ling and Lettle McGee. by R F. Longbottom, has he will takep physical examination "
under the man&ement of II Wllbar, Mrs. Jack 8aund rson. STiiwMELl accepted a position In Winter for the' Navy.0. I
Mrs Owen QuIgley, Mrs S. D FLORENCE -
Park. J F
Phone 22 P. >. Box 305 Stuart Florida '
Bever and Mrs. Jim Brown. HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY Mr. and Mrs Alfred W. Mull 1
.e i
ETHEL HUTCHINSON. [Di j Mrs. Kenneth Stlmmell was St. Lucie Blvd. left last Thumj j I ;
Charles .... .._
hostess for Sunday for apprentice sea I "
MRS. DAVEY HOSTESS a party day for Easton Pa. '
[Formerly of the Marie An lunette in Fort Pierce fl her daughter Florence, who men, returned Friday to San -0- --j tl
Mrs. Walter T Davey was hostess celebrated her 4th birthday. Diego where he recently finished Mrs Richard James Furlong,
o1 e, 72.M P. O. Arc ] e Jensen Beach I 1 to her bridge club Friday afternoon Guests were Kay and Karen boot training. Wnlle here on 12th, will return Sunday from a I THE 'I :(
at her home. 79 West 3rd Hartman. Carol Ann and Tommy furlough, Charlie was the guestof six-week visit with( her four sons, {
d==oao ==:30t L-OGOO I St. Mrs. his
Bernard Coker received Smith Cheryl Menninger, Dl- mother Mrs Charles Harvey In Jacksonville, Jack In
high score Others attendingwere 1 anne Houston Rosemary Taylor, Titus. Richmond. Rex'In Washingtonand I :
Mrs. Joyce Davis, Mrs. J. C. Wesley Phllp Richard Davis of --e- C'I Leslie In Atlanta
Backus, Mrs William Berry Mrs West Palm Beach and Claude Mr. and Mrs John Oray I ,
George Parks Jr.. Mrs. William Mat Ms of Vero Beach. Mothers Saturday to 59 West 1st St. r
King and Mrs Charles A. Porter. who helped entertain were Mrs. -e- ROTARY CLUB

Joe Phllp Mrs. Ralph, Hartman Mr. and Mrs. James Herbert .. '
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MEMMNGERS!! ENTERTAINFOR Jr.. Mrs. Ed Mennlnger Jr., Mr*. Bruner returned Thursday night I ':' \ CHIIUIOU4'1r.; rl ,
I Edward Davis, Mrs Paul I Mathis from Orlando where they were li: 4.OHN \ '
Mr. and Mrs Edwin A. Men- and Mrs. R J Peck, the houseguests of Mra. Bruner \

\itnger, Jr., entertained with' OES CHAPTER:STOPS nieces, Misses Mary and Judy BEN A...REDDING........ ARE FOU PREPARED?
1 1 1K bridge and dessert for nine Clements 1
couples at their home at 731 East I --- -- --I 1I t )
The final meeting Tor the summer I
Itb St. Saturday evening. Prizes RAYMOND D. SMITH
of the Unity Chapter O.E.8.was : ,
for scores were won by Mrs'H R.I held last Thursday night. LIST' your Rooms, Apartments and Rental 1'1' '
Steffens, John U. Menninger and
I The will begin againtin Homes with us. l
I Erwin F Johnwlck. Others play meetings NSTRUCTION i I I
September when Mrs EII.&a.beth :
: Ing were Mrs Mennlnger, Mr;'f L. EULFORD
I Penn, Worthy Grand Matron r
Steffens. Mrs Johnwlck. Mr. and '
I Mrs Price French, Mr. and Mrs. of the Grand Chapter of. .::R. l EJla UILDING ALTERATIONS t
M.'Dehon | Florida will pay ner official visit.Initatory
Arthur Mr. and Mrs. services were conducted 8UY! SELLING o n '
yaw Joseph A. McCoy Mr. and Mrs I, and Miss Jean Parker, rnOPEHTV MANAGEMENT ,
Richard M'Dozler of Vero Beach, : J" !
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Oreenlees daughter of Dr. and Mrs J. D. Write (P, O. Box No, 4 IAINTEN NCE REPAIRS

and Mr. and Mrs C, R. Ashley Parker received the degrees of 21 North Colorado '
the order, after which the usual Phone 311. O. BOX 1045 STUART FLA.
em* ten4 D; m n OimtelUr h *urflj order of business was conducted. y, '
ry !. CW. .uc l M"fi* Hgithjeyee1 r{ Mr.and Mrs. Herbert Gardner, I I
Dutch Treat Club met In Mrs. Jessie Higbee and Mrs _
it it i fiuer44 yilii 1 ft riuoioNtfuo t
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the lobby of the Civic Center Ethel Walker were appointed asa
Thursday High scores were won committee on planning a program i ,
by Mrs Erwin F Johnwlck, Mrs. I 4 In honor of Robert Morris (
Wells A. Uppincott and Mrs. Ida Day, foupder of the Eastern I
IUQGIT triM$ Albracht Star. The program will be, announced I I

laterHostesses Announc .'men t\ j
TRIO ATTEND COURSE 1 serving refreshmentsafter I ; !
the Mrs J D
meeting were
MI1. Blanche Lowrey, presi-
Parker, Mrs. A. M Johns and
dent, Mrs Nellie Pezzoni, vice-
president, and Mrs J. P. Wllbar, Mrs\ Flora Corbett
secretary Auxiliary, organization of the,Stuart attended Legion, GIVES ABSTJ IACT & TITLE I INSURANCE tO., INC. I I

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an Instructions course for the I
< NVE4g auxiliary at the Legion home In I I I when coldmiseries Offices New Deh n Building,

West Palm Beach; Friday Mrs. strike Stuart, Flof da
Pezfonl is in charge of the I ,I"

groups current membershipdrive i, : FAST RELIEF June 30, 1 8 :' J
and asks "a speedy response .
to the appealVOUNUSTERS -- "=' -- -

i Members, M tin County Bar Ass'n
Mrs Stewart Springer!: Mr>>. '
Nellie Pezzonl, -Mrs James Rear- Martin Couray Board of Realtors i,

don and Miss Dee Kennedy were Our many f ends and clients--everywhere. i
ENTIRLY DIFFERENT hostesses for the St. Joseph
Ladles Society to 20 youngstersof \

iOFFI :E CONVENIENCE the Sunday School for a watermelon oHoDaJ'o Dear Friencpi I i
cutting and games party -

at Jensen Beach Saturday afternoon '
Mrs. Pezzoni also reported ,, The urpose of this; letter is to first thank Vou all for the and confidences

: the society Is soliciting ,t' extended our organization over the past *r and the tilt. dollars in A. ,I ,

more used clothing for its clothing fiducial bufiness relationship. It is indeed most gratifying and dee .
aid campaign. : ,
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WATER BOY Mr and Mrs John'? Dumlch W I furtherance of this gratitude we wish to',announce a confolete and pro'j''j ,

and daughter, Claire. are leavingtomorrow gressive fiXincial and constructive reorganisation of this company, it officers, directors : '
night for Hastings on
''ORTABLELECTRIC the Hudson N. Y, for a month i and p -cannel into a unit for better: service to all. &I ( i ,'[

visit with Dumich parents,,Mr. 'J I. "' .
and Mrs. George Dumlch. ..n. \
[ route they plan to visit Mrs. b n, s o nOutbovd ,, Removal of our offices to larger quarters in the "New" D hon Building, ''i I ,

WAlER COOLER Dumich' Mother, and grandmother Motor increased p&nt facilities, the legal training and over quarter centufy Florida abstract >>- I I

4 Mrs. E. C. Hosford,and UER and tie experience of the undersigned allied,with kindred skip and business s i t; I
Mrs C; C Hosford In Eastman, administration of our new secretary and treasurer now formulate you* better service I. .,
e Fsf EtxatlresI 3a, and her grandparents In SALES 209 SERVICE Dixie and protectiol in this highly technical profession. We take cognizance of our worthy l'I .4

I L t.bl. M e I"ISlasloaa) f0sa Atlanta. ___ C competitor in V>mmendatory respect and ethical recognition. L :

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T79M9 experiences and facilities are now approved as ., by the U.. j ':

$ | y.ltaejtiailtaW IF S. Department ofWustice, Land Office Division and we have been select as exclusive

e LibWel, Ith You Like toBUT vim Martin County Aunts of a Nationally known and Southern Title c. Company :tl'Our.

: with resources exceeding $$2,000,000, for client requiring such seftice. We do t y yr

ca 1\ not practice lawthe services of local attorneys only in title. instance matters, .: r ;,
and suits to quiet tiM when required. I, : t
> roail 'le weight' .
?! '7M& es cool, sUght' soar
drinking wtiu for J00 to mi*, '
'1t inch dour. CAllS!-m.iching itel cabL.aPLUM01Me..ius0 Hate Vhat. It Doe To Y r'Hair and abstract '1
awiUfcstlowcost, < We are financially stable-we offer complete dependabl and : ,

""ol ouUrn. UOT..A.C.Dlui Into BOOST mploye eReleocy. Aids Have The New Brua ut title service in Martin CVinty--Our code of ethics include that "Uvefand-let-live". ; + l :
health maxim. We .have time fol you all and invite your inquiries. l

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wIU(klim s imalM Nori Water B upon your ra<)iM Makes You Lovely Alter our Swim ,.
II.slur two ,It do.sn't sell i *we will mmo.e Is / j
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( iuoo. Write oer todaylBARTLE'I'T
Complete for '$f50 : Cordially yours, //I

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I.. FIVE COUNT SOUTHS i IMPROVEMENTS! :: SOl'GD'l' ; Water Control "
'r'' TAKE NAVAL EXAMS 'IN) COINT1 Bur HERDS I II Congress-Approved Notes of Interest To Vetemm Florida manUflell'plO'nient !

l f, I Martin County( ranchers recently 11\ key eg. J
I ; Five Martin County boys left bought 14 registered,I Assure State Joseph E. Gum T A. Contact OfHce above a Teat Mo II
\ for Jacksonville Monday (for I Brahma bulls and four registered Projects Progress by At otflce ct) a day r, West Palm Bench HeadquarteriJ fleeting! a considenuju]
t : Brahma cows for Improving p '113 Comaaa BIde.
Mon ,decline
l' 'i' their Anal physical examination :JO am. 4 from", AprIL
J. their beef herds! according to --
I' lor the Navy, Those taking advantage liiiumiiiiiiiiiiimillllllllllllltlllllllllllfllllMlltltMII. ...... .. / IIII, turing emploYment
M. Johnson ..
County;! ARent J By :JESSE; MOCK 'I ference Committee for the Florida SINGLE'LATVIAN I IIIIIIIIUIIIIIIII Ilttltlt" I """ .m- &I
of the Navy \technical, the ; 1.300 below
I rancher has begun ItatJon April
j One
I program Both Houses adopted Act? i
: 6 MEN ttlerans and authoritative -
?ACE training are Ai pederaon. Joseph I establishment of registered!' WII,8hlngton..July 1.T, secdnd the conferees' report, SHIP Question by Veteran A,-After eligibility ha been j Carl B. Smith : ]
Donald Brown and James Chester I Brahma bleeding herd ,I session of the both Congress This 'week the Army Engineer i WITHOUT A. all.wel'l.b r established under both iaw*. florlda InduatdgisPence i
CUD 'I Roman ol Salerno. Robert Another mark of progress Intl I,gave Its stamp of approval 'o a I are preparing data on the 1- : Administration are pub-I
ATVAd .''' George Montgomery of Palm Martin County livestock .development host of Florida flood control and amount of money and land. that, Baltimore (W>-SIX>t men without lished in this column by The Stuart --

):' City and George" Dewey Wells,it, Johnson reported Is' waterway" projects -thus prom- ,1 must be furnished by the State' a country are sailing the I News a* a public service to
of Stuart Pcklrion will take Up \the decision: of several ranchers bong the Slate hltor-mlllul1l1. and local Governments 1n getting sea aboard the Kegums--only) Construction Cd
span I .,,'i' ""radio work Brown and Human to plant clover on tracts, rangingIn I i progress. I the first phase of the program ship In the World itlll flying a our veterans'III service j ,
+1 sir training and Montgomery size from 10 to 40 acres next i Q,' When 1 national -
Palm Biggest Rent on the list of under way. These data Lativlan flag ? Phone 193
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lapsed :
It and) Wells submarine training. taU to provide supplementary ,flood control measures! bagged will be sent to State and local I The only two surviving ships lire Insurance considered
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WlthifacW ',:,,1ft} to,' ntef\ P 'w -1// tells to a paymentol orDragline Rat
f!!, r 'I' SAtESJacksonville. I of $11.300,000 for .lie I out plan. for securing their I when Russia took over Latvia In
Slbly July 1.-Sales on on '.the. first phase or the con re.of the first 120.000,000 to 'ISIS/ are tied up In Baltimore, premium within) 11 days from y Yh 'd g
ieata THIRSTY as NOT Florid\ livestock markets for tbe prehenslve $208000000 flood| be spent.-on the program State waiting orders and cargo the \date it was due Ue For "'I
I control program for South Florida and local Interests must furnish One of them the Everaga: now Q,-It I do not receive national
tact weekly period on
thich figures /report Were available to i Congressional approval was' ; $3700000 In money and land (\file the flag of Honduras, and service life Insurance premium Clearing C ding. Ditching \

,.Florida. State Markets brought ''this program, which:\, estimatedto I program'iI Is to be the constructionof I port But the Kegums still has should I continue to send my g, ,
twducers a cash total of $170 cost $70.000,000. Another authorization the principal structures required the name of Rlga--the Latvian premiums?
J2329 according' data en re'celpts Included $80000 for I for protection of the east port-'-painted on .her stem A.-Yes. You also should clearly
supplied : seven managers i harbor Improvement\ fit Andrews -I roast area and the principal The ship has not been homeIn Identify your payment by giving rJN --- ---- -

3 i? J ; figures/ on three! markets sl Bay at Panama. City, work necessary to control lake'I nine years. and none of the your Insurance policy num-
yt'A being unavailable I Ten co-op- These authorizations: lay the ;levels and reduce flood damage trew has hope of returning! very tr. but If that 1* not available, Phone
GRAPETT rleddeqn eratln markets reported handling I groundwork for next year's. fight the improved area south and, soon Ausls Kerns, radioman you should give your rank, or-II 2
f a total of J367 cattle and' for appropriations for these//11'1 of Lake Okeechobee. I says he hopes Instead to be admitted lanlzatlon and your service serial -
fi !ly 1 151 the week, projects, to the United State so number,
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hogs during I In reality the work on I 1 w
i The Congress proved I Its Interest the program Is already underway ,I he can tiring his mother and sister HELP? UVOLLRAT
i I.. .1 In flood control dI waterway This' consists of widening out of a German displaced Q.-If t filed, a change of address U BET
measures for Florida bypassing i 1 I persons camgto a home-"some- with the YA hospital or
and deepening the St. Lode I
FURNITURE appropriations to bused Canal from Lake Okeechobee I:thing we haven't known In regional office where my claim t CA The PlumbeiFOR
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of In Florida during the com j to Stuart at a cost of ,800,000. long, time" .1 folder is on file, will i he same
Both ships are owned by change be made on Insurance
log fiscal year. This lUlU will my
The Federal\ Government Is foot- I IA.fo. "
Orauds Shipping Company records?
be spent on some seven proje lA.'II. the entire cost of this
,tog project I S
L. former Latvian tirrri now operating Change of address tor $
few of which are already under with the exception of the rtuhts-'' at Quick, Depend
Living Room, ed Room, Dining Room and Kitchen way ot-way already acquired Appropriations 'I out of New'Yak.A'mber purpose of compensation or pen :, .
)uf Line Is 'Complete While credit for favorable Con I i for this project were '' ---=- adult Is not a notice of chang i SERVICE ,

gressional action' on all these secured' in a supplemental appropriations of address for Insurance pur I
I projects 1 Is shared by a great\ i bill several weeksago ( poses. VA Form 889W "Changef WL AKt EQUIPPED TO HANDLE ANY SJZE
Address" should be executed
FurnitureCor many people, much) of It must go .\ special Presidential report ESTIMATES SUBMITTED
Roddenbury the Insured notify the In.surance I
; Comeback iy ,I
to the solid teamwork of the recommended that Congress Making etol '
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Cor, Ave J\> N. 2nd St., Fort Pierce I Florida delegation In Congress appropriate these fund. i I branch office :
'led by Senator Spessard L Holland I The Army Clvu Function Appropriation : In Lithuania \ Vollrath lumbing Ser
member of Serial '
-- -- a the Bill\ also provided for
Q,-When may t veteran decide
Public Works Committee. It was 13,ODD,OGO to be used by the ArmyFnllln.ers whether he will I t
Holland who often organized the 1 JRY VOLLRATH i
on emergency flood Mfwcow< -- Wi- The Lithuanian }- training under the SerYlcemen'l1adjWltment I
CCMJTANTCOMMCRCI presentation of testimony before' I rontrol Work and for the repair amber Industry--.which'was Act lOll> BUI) or 311 Akron AWAITER Sluanj,

: I Committees, and with 1\fUf"jwr- ''of> damaged flood control atruc- all but wiped out during the war under the, Vocational l ,Rehablll-
test Uming brought UK mi asUIPH tures The Army Engineers have ,, -Is making a comeback. ; --
PHOTOGRAPHY safely through the li.gnla advised Senator Holland that I The magazine Ogenok! points

: i tlve maze JOOO.000 of this money }has been out, that out of the 100 principal \
!':, Real Esta te PhotographyAttractive Holland himself points out earmarked for Use in Florida I amber workers whose families ;
I MI.C, that the task would have' been und is now :available I hIVe worked tn this Industry for ,
al, r Photos of Vir Fishing Party And Catch. Impossible! without the Oopcru I The State share of the fund 4 generations only four have been
) :?'ij lion or( all the other members I I It to be used to reconstruct flood I found alive.Lithuania. i
\/ of) the Florida Congressional control structures damaged in possesses the largest!'
/ delegation' He Rives much credit last fall's.ftood. It will be spent 'I amber deposits in the world The Hard Re Corrosive !
l B\263 324 to the local Intl'I'caand local the most Important Install .
Krueger Bldg. Phone on i I City of Palanga Is the amber ten- .
1)\: : i units of Government, the date Ions needing repair. Use of the ter, It Is a small city whose' In* .
,;, o __ .._' I who did much ol I the spadework I fund wllPbe determined by the {I habitants I have devoted their For Expert Jnvice Con$ultD. -
Ion the projects And dually he District\ Army Engineer who will|dives to the refinement of 'Lithuanian i iI
I, elves a gracious nod to the Republican : work with private and puWb gold," as they call It I
;'III; In the 'interests !in repairing damaged F.KtlTH
organization High winds and seas hurl "
I FUGATE andGREENLEESENGINEERING (i State fur their work on behalf, structures. I' Chunks of this dull yellow substance -
j I of the measures passed, Senator, Holland also had a mixed with seaweed l. PORT PIER, FLORIDA }11

AN\ I After all of the credit Is dl- hand In Introducing three other onto the shores.
:: SURVEYING Vlded out however, there! must, bills providing disaster relief An ancient legend had It that
: : The : finally agreed on EAST COAST WATER CONDITIONING C6
still be a star performer. In,this Congress the Lithuanian Princes lurat ,
Registered EngrFlu. R iltned Surveyors case It is Senator Holland. The; an amendment to the second deficiency built a castle of amber Every
Florida Senator with masterful appropriation bill providing 'thing went until she fell In
\ i welt; 530 SOUTH 4th ST. PHONE 884
CerU 148 Ha ert, 132 and 665 technique was appointed to \ $500.000 for this purpose love with a commoner! Kastltls. Dr
t Iii! ;I j ulrategle committees and sub- One of the bills had called for The god didn't like the way she I
1 committees that handled the apportioning $30.000,000 for such was carrying on and called up 11-
Arthur Dehon bid,. Stuart, Fla. comprehensive flood j! control program a fund. storm which knocked down the
I i Included In the bill with the amber castle and sucked It Into

.. . .. [ Early this year Holland was, comprehensive Florida program the tea Lithuanian amber, the
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I named to the Senate Public1! ', was a provision authorizing $25, story J>as It, has been coming
Works Committee.which handlesthe 000.000 to be 'used for emergency front the ruin of the castle :it
) rivers and harbors and flood flood control repair all aver the'i the bottom of the sea ever since. '
Porter 'i nation. This U the largest such NICKEL STILUPURCHASES
/ He v.'aa'
control' legislation
Item ever carried in a public
I named a member of the rivers''I works bill STATE AUTO CENSUS IT I I

and harbors and flood 1 control :I CincinnatiFlorida' with its \
Paint & I subcommittee at the very time'' auto population Up 41.3 per cent
".', \ Body the Florida measure: was being A seasonal warning td use care since 1944, ranks second among QUALITY/REFRESHMENi/
'i1't' 'studlf'd: After he had wop Iv.ri In handling hot weather" foods the State in recovering from
J ( A & P, 2n |Floor) I i the Senate: Public Works Com: I' as a precaution against food tUe war-time low In ear registrations .
1 SPECIALIZING IN UPH |.sTERING mil tee for the giant Florida I poisoning was Issued here thisweek It was pointed out here
i project he was appointed a'I I 'today. Only Maine has shown i
by the Florida State Board
Auto Painting Mital Work member of the House Senate '
bigger Increase Motor vehicle
I of Health Every year at this
Custum-mada Slip Covers ,$ Sport Tops Conference Committee Iron I ownership in Florida roM from
time outbreaks of food poisoning
: I out differences between the two 491339 In 1944 to 684,S2 last ... ,
Increase. mainly because of carelessness .
bodies on the Omnibus Flood i : In handling food for fear. '
Control t Bill I '
li large gatherings such as banquets ;
)I .
1 1I r Hearings on the Florida
I picnics or other affairs ,
au'h >/atlon! were held only al I I L ,
CLINTON| WAX fel, WI rice previous to the final where a number of people are Tallahassee ee. July 1. State
!; ; I"I;,,!\'r,'nee meeting, and House![served Usually. the food Is prepared -. Forester C. H. Coulter today urged : (
in advance and there I is alack
I I ('reonalnterellted .purchas :
It's Sprayed Into All Cracks and Crevices members, had had little Information
't Of Your Cats on the proposed project, )!i \ of proper storage space. and tog pine aodllngs I for, planting if ". 1
Ii'r The' tie,300,000 authorization wan''i adequate refrigeration next winter to submit their applications e
t tf tt MOTO SWAY: the biggest I single item on thelist : soon In order to be
I I Idle land earns no dollar forits sure of getting an allotment.
r YOUR CAR rin: .PI.rxrn WHILE IN MOTION of new projects for the wholenation .
HIE MODERN METHOD Of BRICArJON i, With Republicans in owners. Plant pines on your -- -- ,
/ 'fur A. Lrltd u ..._l Tbll Nrw M.'.... charge It took tough!; figuring to; property and they will give youa ,Remember, only YOU can prevent -

I p1k win approval. However, Senator ,.source. of regular.income. :.. __..:- .. -forest. .fires. .
Stuart Servicfe StationW Holland, In what has been term-
ed "the fight of his life," succeeded -
t ft REIN, Mrr. GULF PRODU TI .M... 1144 In winning the approvalof \ i'i )1

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'tEACHING PLAN LEGAL Atomic Energy In Jensen Beach !
pt appUcaUon I Tallahassee, July 1, Announcement I

I persons to* retirement or j jrriVOl'l : Attorney Oeneral J. Tom Wat- 'Miracles' By CHARLOTTE HEWER of forthcoming examinations i State Park Director; Lewis O.
that have been
Under benefit the Federal Old-: eon hu ruled that the Florida MIA Elizabeth Robertson was for positions with Scoggln said today that FIori t

Survivors Insurance Bible teaching plan now provided i I hostess to her bridge club at her the Florida State Employment i ida's nine partially developed '
e and ww urged today by it.pehrken .: by the State Board of Edu- Still DistantMiracles home Tuesday afternoon. Prizes Service was made by the Merit 'State parks have broken the annual 84

gram Jr.. manager of the cation U \legal.! 1 1r were won by Mrs. Seymour System Office here today, Positions attendance record for 1947
Beach office of the I The | Gideon Mrs. Laura Howard and I Include Interviewers, employment and the quarterly record for
rst !'aIIII'Security Administration i 1 plan he it elective by the student which we have been I I Miss Robertson. Also playing specialists and man- 'I 1948 to top all previous attendance p ,r
I led
tal primary objective! are to expect from the use of
that a represen- to I were Mrs Charles Gay Mrs. Betty agers, and beginning salary records since the Florida
announced present a literary and historical atomic will I l
energy not come to
Park Service began In June 1935.
would be in Stuart court Alderman Miss Georgia Turner ranges from 1209 to t37i a 1
:,ih at 10 '.m. Tuel--! background and to afford pass for decades. In the opinion I and Mrs. T. R. Helller as month. An examination for The state park service director rf
ellnnlne guidance In ethical values of 17. S. Senator '
UIf such applications ac- Bourke B. Hick-: I 1 / ( guests with members Mrs. R. S. sanitary officer with the State predicted that final attendance
Id taUke other business un-: cepted by our people Watson enlooper of Iowa, chairman of I o t Robertson Mrs. Lewis Gamble Board of Health and County figures for 1948 will set another 4, /
tranaact said Emphasis is the s(
placed upon Congressional Joint Commit I Mrs. Adolph Hertel Mrs. E. J. Health' Departments was also I all-tune high record. He based
r 1M program___ character development; no dUcuwlon. tee on Atomic Energy. Ward,and Mrs. C. H. Alderman. announced, Applications mustbe his prediction on comparative 5''
of sectarian bellefa la I "I think it Is safe to say that I Mr and' Mrs. James Gamble' filed hereby July 18. I attendance figures of 59,569 for '
permitted. This course la admin. although someday we will benec I the first of 1948 compared 4
WATCH THISCAMEL istered I and daughter Joan who are; quarter M -
through the employment fit greatly In our everyday !living spending a two-week vacation While. the unit of measurement to 51,569 for the first quarter 1''
of a full time, I
regularly certificated from the development of atomic here motored to Miami and Key for Florida's pine logs Is of 1947.
b teacher of the Bible I --a energy the realization of this usually either board feet or -----
I West over the week end to visit I
member of the ,school faculty. development must be measured | I relatives. cords ebony grown !In the far One tree' can make 1,000,000 ;
This opinion wa rendered by In terms of decades hot years," I Mr and' East U sold by the pound. matches: but one match can destroy .
Watson In Mrs. Clifton Bowndsand t
answer to a request Senator I
Hlckenlooper declares
i for manufacturing furniture. r 1,000,000 trees.
from Slate two children left last week
Superintendent Colin t
English who requested an inter our expect lifetimes that we atomic may reasonably discoveries -- I i for San Antonio Texas for a i 1!111111111 III I 111111 II I II I ill I II I I I III I1/ 1....1 I 1 I 1111/IIIIIIIIIII/IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII/ / i i "

pretallon of a recent U. S. Supreme will bring certain benefits I two-week vacation with relative
I Court decision In Champaign *. ,
a In the flclds of medicine and | '
111..'CUM aa to the effect agriculture, but the atartllng-tn- Elmer Lake of Hobart. Ind., i : :
of this decision on the religious novations will have to be left for arrived June 23 to spend the
education plant used In Florida. future generations Experts differ JI summer with his parents Mr. i 3 Miles North of Stuart on U. S. f I fELICIObk I'"BECKER'S' ,

sue. ., The Attorney Oeneral'a opin- but It can be assumed safely and Mrs. 'John Nelcosky. Mrs. Ii I
SHE'S IN ECARA ion further stated that the subject -' that a good many years will ;pass I it Lake and baby will join him FROZEN CUSTARDS | t t
la so Important and of such before rY later.
even small amounts of'
far-reaching effect that he did power are developed which will i Mrs. S. BCardsley Is spending .
MCat TOSTU DISENCC not wish to supply facts that: be competitive with our present x I a week In Miami visiting her 5 Hot Dogs H Hamburgers Sandwiches H ,, ,, t ,
would constitute a hypotheticalcase power sources." slater and brothers. 'Coffee \
RT Cold Drinks w Milk Shakes | ;;
under the other plans out-' One of the chief obstacles to I Mrs R. L, White of Eau: Oallle ;
ADVA? 05THAe L MAN lined In the request made by the early use .of atomic energy spent last week here with her :8: OPEN 8 A. tf. TO 11 p M. 5_ ,

FOe IT are English and past upon their le- as fuel lies In Its radioactivity Sum Ellison Wh 18 of Mr Martha \\tiittle of Sak-rmi. luttUen mother Mrs. J. L. MeUgar. ? 1I.1II1II1I1I1II11I1I.1II111I1II1I1II1I1II1I1\l11/ I iI iIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
gality. The Opinion was directed according to Hlckenlooper who ltw. sun \ : '
PION R solely to the plan provided by states In part; I accepted for a three-year enlistment! in the Army Air Force Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wood of Hobe 'I

the Board of Education. The process \of fission pro- Hi? left June 13 for a 13-wevk baste training course at Lackland Air Sound entertained a group of
DAYS O 48TOtnl friends at thelt home on Jupiter
duces powerful rays which have Force Base in Sun' Antonio,only two day after lie was graduated bland at a barbecue plonlc Sun- LIBERAL ALLOWANCE I"I I ;
Lack of
OWN MC.CH T Torail. t trees to protect the the unfortunate habit of permeating loom Martin County High School After" hit basic training 'Whittle day afternoon. Those In the par
watershed It one reason for the
rots v1 ITAawT U floods that harass the 'regions I with and, which Infecting everything In- I will be sent to a technrcaltchool or transferred a regular,air force ty were Mr. and Mrs. A. Taube BE OVEN ON YOUR '
around Lake Okeechobee. they come b oe. 'Ha plans to attend the Clerical 1 Schixil at Lowry Field, Colo.. Mr. and Mrs, Lewis Gamble A. OLDwl : : ; :
contact Including human beings, / '
L. Newfleld, Miss Rita Taube TIRES and BATTERIES
-- -- rendering them in turn radio as the first step In becoming an administrative specialist Above cut 'J'fII
active. It Is necessary to find I shows Master Sergeant M. P. Parsnni, ill charge of" recruiting! Army Miss Peck.Charlotte Helller and R: J. ATSALERfrO :1

therefore to eliminate md Air Force lit the Fort Pierce II
ways or > pernwinel( area congratulating .
FLOWERS For All OCCASIONS Mrs. Ann Breznak and daughter I I \ i
block off these rays from people Whittle in the lobby of the Lyric Treutre. Stuart. Barbara of Orlando arrived I 1
and also from materials
any ---- --
Monday to spend two weeks with
| BOUQUETS ORSAGES CUT FLOWERS with which people come In con I .W,
Mrs. Breznak's father, Charles
tact." Indian River Drive Angus Miller's birthday STATION
I, invited Buck at Sunny Acres
FLOIAL ARRANGEMENTS Another obstacle the gen- Mrs. Barbara Ferson .
DOMESTI Jand eral use of atomic energy as fuel relatives and a number Of '
IMPORTED CERAMICS \1s the scarcity of uranium the Mr and Mrs. E.: H.teTourneau friends for an Informal gather- spot would be comfortable for U. S. Ro. 1 AT SALERNO ROAD H
of Eden have Ing In the Miller home I
only metal at present known to as housegueststheir Sunday summer leisure too.
SMITH'$ LORAL & GIFT SHOPE be fLs lonabje. daughter. Mrs Sam O. i afternoon Attending were Mr Among the numerous parties OB PURCHASE OF NEW
WIRE FLOWERS for the future Senator Hicken- from Sandersville pa. Mrs. John Donal Ensey, Mr. andMrs. ton Eden Property Owners Club Amo Mrs. Edna Ashley and sons, Duke Flnney, Mr. and Mrs was a covered dish and
Arcade Bldg, 5t| Sto, Ft. Pierce Phone 310-J looper sees definite progress supper
made In the fields of agricultureand Jack and James ,' St. Lucie I J'Jth Fulton and sons, Benny games party In Walton Community INVESTIGATE! BUY NOW! i I
medicine In the Ueftlme of Estates, Stuart were Sunday of Stuart and Mr. and Center Friday evening. ,
those now and tremendous supper guests at Mandaruln Mrs. Elwood Smallwood Of White More than 50 old and new mem- Quick Courteous, Efficient ServiceC '"i'' { .
Itl Ranch home of Mrs. Laura How- :
advances will I benefitour
"Sugar and \ ice and Something Nice children and grandchildren. ard 'and Miss Georgia. Turner In and Mrs. Ernest T. Bailey paled. I '

"Our chltdren quite possibly, Eden. 'ol the Drive have been spendinga were In evidence and all 'Joined t:. BEEDLE, Owner ;: ,
EVERY\SATURDAY number of days in Miami ape In the features of the club's pro-
and almost surely our grandchildren Mrs. W. O. Padrlck Jr., Mrs I
.P. O. Box 136 Salernoii'
will full Palm Beach gram. |,
see the flower Rupert Koblejard. Jr., Mrs. 'I
Ing of the atomic age, he as- L Adams Mrs, J. M. Sample, Jr" Upon return home from a Mr and Mrs, H. W. Rose and !
serts. "In direct proportion to of the Drive and Mrs. John Mc- number of days spent in Miamias I daughter, Janet of Eden left
rough the development of cheap and Carty and Mrs. Brian McCartyof visitors of Mr. and Mrs. James last week for a summer vacationIn I
abundant power 'civilization Is Fort Pierce were luncheon and S. Askln Jr.. the James Asklns their old home, Wautaugh L.
June and advanced and the labor of hu- contract bridge guests of Mrs were snack and card guests of I. During their absence contractor -
JulyoD August man hands lightened. Goods of W, T. Warren in her Plnewood Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Worthington Herbert Class Is movingthe !
all kinds can be made more home friday Prizes went to the\ Sunday evening. house further back on the
available. aH l groups of peo- two' Mrs. McCartys. Mrs. Barbara"Ferson will leave property, Is remodeling It and

20 ple. Everyone can get more 4,>ul After several days in Orlandolast 'by plane Tuesday for Balboa, will supervise landscaping to
scountDon't of life with leu effort." week Mr. ''and Mrs. Walker Canal Zone, where she will visit suit Barbara the setting and<< of June the structure.Rynskl, \\ii': tj tj'j

f Llddon have returned to their her daughter and son-in-law, Eden; Beatrice and Anita De-
home, Marlanna on the Drive. Capt. and Mrs. Joseph Svec. During -
(Don't Forget! Every y-All Summer Long) I WE BUY'Junk, Motoring down from Vlneland her absence Miss Jessie Miller I Gay brute, Donald Billle Munch and Norman Patsy Scho-Du- ''j ,
N J., to Eden on summer vacation of Bradenton will be with
e All New Dresses wrecked cars, crap enborn and John, Jlmmlo and :
U Mrs. M. Schenck. AC- their brother Angus Miller. : _
e .All Nationally A;yertised.. copper and brass. companying her \la her 30-year- Mr. and Mrs. John Roenbeck, Ann will be Heaton among of those Jensen from Beach this Hera's Another .

All Sixes and Tyrtu for Every Occasion. old, mother Mrs. Mary Murph-' Jr., and children Marlene and section leaving July 18 tor.A two- JI/
SISCO'S /Ine. from Millville N. J, They John Jr., have returned from a week vacation at Camp Tsat Reason forusing a /
AUTO ARTS are occupying the week-end visit with Mrs. Rosenbeck's Apopka.
I cottage that they rented last I sister in Lake Worth. t 1

THE LITTLE DRESS SHOP South Dixie .HighwayFort winter. They motored. to Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Ensey were Farm foresters of the Florida J I, '
Sunday. accompanied home from' a few ?
Forest Service give free advice to 'I
Pierce V George P. Sasso of Anlcona has I days In Miami by their son Eddie private woodland owners on re- TUXEDO FEES '
Lettie C. Dugan, Post Office Arcade Phone 129 gone to Chicago where he will be Fairburn Ensey Saturday. His quest. : I ;
i joined later by Mrs. Sasso andchildren. wife has flown to Texas on notification
'-, -- ...,...- ,-- I her sister Mrs. Harry .
'_ __ / j ''d
Miss Mary Fee of Miami who Davis was seriously 111. Return-I ,
I has been the guest of her brother Ing to Miami Monday Ensey was '

and sister-in-law Mr, and Mrs accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. I REAL "The Better Tfhey Eat The Higher They Sell!" I
MAKERIVIERA Frank Fee, was accompaniedhome John Donal Ensey and Fred ,"" r
Jan 23 by Mrs. Fee and Mattox a guest In the E. R. En- '
children. Fee motored down for sey home In Walton. PROPERLY f. 1 livestock U healthier faster growing; tlivestockwe' t

the week end. to bring his famIly I Mrs. H. A. Korpl ot Walton ES TE hlng more per pound of feed con- .'I
HOTELYOUR home. The Fees will go to spent last week with: her daughter timed, glvtn you a better profit when market day r
{Forth Carolina for their summer and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs. comes aroun ,

vacation about July 15. CJaude) Davis, in White City. Stork and ultry raisers find they save time and
Mrs J. A. Gatlln of Eldred en- Harry Jennings enroute tp Properties 01 all kinds ;
VACATION HEADQUARTE work by u inf Tuxedo Feeds> No complicated feeding :' : ::
tertained the Ankona .
Bridge Walton rom Tallahassee to
In Tuxedo Feeds stock and I"'uhryrn "
sale.Also your ;
for program
Club at her' home Friday eve- ,spend the week end with his parents '
the vitamins, the minerals, and other 'I'
ning. High scores went to Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lane Jennings proleins.'lhei
135 ROOMS 130 B / HS and Mrs. Walter Cochrane. Dr. stopped for a visit in Or- Clements the ..eed for best result. Every ingredient '
Qatllrt who hat spent the past lando and was accompanied here rentalsEdward a d insurance U laboratory-tested, feeder tented to !give you the

month In New York Is expected by Miss Emily Strawn. On return greatest valueUn every pound of feed purchanrd. !i' ::1/
home this week. Jennings and Miss Strewn
GRILL-COCKTAIL LOUNGI THe entertainment -committeeof went to Daytona Beach where :
LIGHTING Indian River Drive Association they visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert STUART FEED STORE ';
has announced there wilt Asenjo. He Is a former schoolmate

leevtyreit leds_CeteitKnt Windows-VintiattflinhIN t not be a full schedule of social of Jennings at the University tLAGLER AVE. \ PHONE 210 '
activities during the summer In Gainesville and many
EVERY ROOM months. President of the-ueo-I times\ a visitor In Walton. Real! k [
ciation Don J. Romanello will' J. F. Weeks Jr., visiting a : : '
POOL-TENNI COURTS leave next week for Port Chester number of days with his uncle P. 0. Area Bldg. TUXEDO FEEDS .
SWIMMING N. Y where a couple of Madison Weeks In Eldred was
weeks willie spent with 1 his and Joined June 23 by his wife who Phone 9 LIVESTOCK
re.OOW Mrs. Romanello'a parents Rom motored back from Miami where FOR AND POULTRY II '
(J., 4 persons) roee. Upon I I i t tLUMBFR
'I nellohas developed a hobby of she had taken her parents Mr.
Special Rate vertisementtSCetlear
family seae.eioeefThis i painting. His wife says, "It and Mrs H. L. Bradley home un' I I 1
should be indexed-labor." From a stay with them in Jack '"

Exclusive',.e1 Restful--3 Miles. North ef OejrteL leech, en U. 1 N*. 1 Hr; : Mr. and Mrs. George Sawyer sonville. The Weeks left today ,! j jr
Lennard of Walton were dinner for return home. I
we, 2 mile from Oceen vie Nearest fridge.ap guests Saturday evening of Mrs. Coming next Sunday from Gejievsr -
Margaret Joiner In Fort Pierce, and Marion Ohio. Will be O or a G RLOq0 I,r r' )
I Returning today from a I Mrs.TV. T, Gallt and daughters
r month's visit In New York will\ Carol and Jean and Mrs. E.: U i '
0l r be ,Mn. Max Shalnfeld. The Bush who will be guests for two 1 .tp Or-r
Shalnfelds recently sold \their weeks of Mrs. Laura Howard and '
tu7 home property In Eldred and Miss Georgia Turner of Eden. A ;
#l now are constructing a cement vacation here last winter convinced "
block' dwelling between the; them this along-the-rlvef!
1 Isis Phelps and Crouch, holdings r
which they.will occupy. ; Today's trees will, bring you
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Published every Thursday at SERVICE fht hut Of Iberty Kith (lift t f I k" given,
Stuart, Martin County, Florida, I
And /lift M0* inferior gift of fhwra/
I by,8tuart,, Dally Newt, Inc. I I "I ordered t down oranges! but ;

rACE- a ac Florida Entered corporation.at.second-class', mall you sent me only ten.". I John Quincy AtUmH laid, "From the day of John this Dryh']tw..:."I
Part of our service, madam. were the
CLIO matter at the post office It M141 people of tuts country no longer fragment of i I q
ATVAd"f Stuart, Florida under the Act) /a t r I Two were had to w. saved you a nation was born In dpyl- '"

S .fit March I, 187S the trouble of throwing them Sunday )July fourth. 1 Is Independence Day One> fiumUJseventytwo ,
A FREE PRESS Atlanta years ago the colonists ushered ft In tc the !!
Atlanta sou d |
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"t i I v 35 YEARS OF SERVICE away fire On this historic day the Continental Congrem ihngjl.
Palm'I and Georgia. of ) This Document '
Declaration Indrpendenpa with the
n' t<" rt Dull; Nan not > wie..m e '
1 ; { I t, .. ij <):>. etu.rl TInwY I tint Dm one or two phrases suggested., by Ben Franklin and }Julie
with P PEOPLE | t iHiblhihrA In April" 14 PHONETICALLY SPEAKING ;
tactfj'A .' ,1 A FREE r\"I;\ .nd ,' I uhlrk TM Tbnn ww .un.nlld.tN IK have long laughedover
llbl' ;' ; t M.rM t 117, rM" Hin.n u.lir Nan Philologists I men signed! There were other men win
t l. d 'b'i WM I.'u....... (Vctukvr ., I Ml. lu rreh. The
then folded their
the of "cough 2 3 and 4 1776 tent and
:;..;::;; h )y vdltlon w.a raurly maim( u tkKoulk. spelling 'July 1, ; < tlUllii ed,
(-' ", i.:: 1 ..... Klorib 0.._._.. basic "ough" the basis of a sentence They were.In the clan Tom Paine spoke of when) he nfen! .

I i NI,Y". I t/ that must certainly make summer soldier and the sunshine patriot; when the goli llJl(bec.nt
\'"\ '" NATIONAL DITORIAI_ II IIA students of English exclaim they couldut! tale It The 58 who signed took their lives hi this t
.I :\ ( \ in in )!S.. ASSOCIATIONMEMBER "Oinhl" This 1 IS the sentence;. "A tat they became rebels' ggfiinst constituted authority at Bn; F

IJ1u-r JtJt;; : rough-coated, dOl'gh-l' ced plough' mid "We must all hang together or We will! hang srpjjfaM)" 51

I .f I" woman strode through the streetsof that Document was asking for a hangman noose Thou .., ,
( Scarborough coughing and hic mvny all even their ae us. True no ilgner was ew!UUiey .
!r limited like wild animals) their homes f
coughing'!: thoughtfully were ToliUrf MJ
3'n I'I I'\\ 11"\ The-:Shavian body often quotes some. were captured .and Imprisoned, tome lost art thnr pa-
f .: fIB 1948 die following lines as an example and died )poor. Other through hardships and abuw' dad Mwi

"n"t'' of phony phonetics: I dims was won Luckily< pmt lived to a ripe ol<) ages Jfflma> Ilu
I I :The wind was rough be President. dying on the fiftieth anniversary of the signing;i

I .. ,,! And could and blough strange eoincldcwe< John Adams died on the tame,day

;,It1i /l MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS She kept her hands within/<'f : John HunctJl"' president of the Congress wit theM ma'"
'j. Tlu AraMbltMl. ...... .ii ,nulAd I I "..I..i.v."Ir t" ,h''' ".. far nnabUwtlmi' of alt 't lilt mough.It /In a large bold hand II o the king wouldn't t need l his Ib'''a
luwf M...ra |.lln"ttf. ,la ''b* ,* nyw......', .. ., II I .. ill Al wen 4wp. .t.ll... spe
," -----.------.' .--- JD chilled} her through, I I rum this WII gut our expression pnt your\ John Hwicn, "
: EDW1M; A, MRNNINHKK' !: ... ... .P.hll.l... He now grew bltftl h. iI.of North Carolina found
IRNJ3T: r, LfOKS ... ... .. '.".. EUH .. still the fusti' Signer! : Joseph sod lured' JJoh.J< ;
) I KDWIN A. MRNMNaM, Jtt.. ... ". ,... ..>... ...."..-...,_.Cllr; KdltoWILLIAM : And the squall Jniu for our Navy. :
K. MnVHBiL" .. .. ,...,, _.._..... ,?.......,....,,A4l"t'Wk. MMW (Hough. One thlnl. of tlie signers"' nerved in. the armed form W fair fl,t
JOHN 11.;) MlMNIMfiKK>> ., ... .." :. BiuhMu4 M...i.Adrtrtlllilf .. I And yet although
.r- was over: their' "average age at signing win forty-six yean BmF,
There snotigti.
i" rS17BSCBIPUON RATES i was no In!;, was seventy Twelve served as war time gown. errs.
}:i II' ..... e.e Y.arA' ..... .. _"tit lire "'.._................._.......... ,The weather was a ..CPH.*. '! fougli Samml) Adams wen the \poly poor man who sijjucd\. die real i

.' IIM m<

H 1I1\tIK'ntfe to rich circumstances. Joint Ilur cog w.* the nchni'- .

.. YM 10._....... p.... I.,I.n.lu.lvlr rriat, "nr' .paMd'x.'.W.'l.
I O I IA II ought' a l luilxTt' Miirrm saved the army by pledging his own prreM cn&

WAR ON HOUSEFLIES II I I Where.t1'a1.\\'hen .In New Among tin signers( were 80 lawyers.. 15 large taint owner lltid
'wits, four dixlcirs, two farmers, one manufacture) am r"bOO)
Martin\ ( ounU' h mosquito: \ fighters are now picking' a i -:..-.,.. one $1..11111'.nel.. \ one clergyman, To me It an I twing I <
larger' Urifft the nbnoxioiio\ and annoying' housefly, '- C ",- .RESPONSEIf .ckrgyman. u I 'U-hcv- he must haye helped tin u> time fa
Mark \Withnm .manager of the activity, asked The days .'
1 ---- --- -"-- --- --- --- -
News today to inform the public that full cooperation will your wife is out of town and All the signatures. of these! famous men hll'M1.i.. tale]

be given by the county to control the- pest Just stop the News and Comment O S/ you send want her a her copy to of hurry tie locul back! palmwith lust dollars' and cents The most valuable is that of Bnltc,' Cwuiett, frIM
of Georgia He was of a fiery dmposilion.xm\ m EngLnlt
mosquito truck if you( MI( it-or drop a postcard to Mark an Item on 'the front page '
was killed In I ,due) txfor.* the Revolutionary was "over Ik
\\itham. Jupitor<- the bov will give the' flies the DDT A CHARACTERISTIC of International diplomacy Nations or other tribunal of Internationallaw 1.dipped Ollt.-TIll'! iRa-Tater. C* heard that his signature was worth.W8,000, U hy it w miicdvuluiblo .

: treatment. which, Is beyond me is the fact have been t stymied by the refusal of mar, Texas. than the rest' I do not know; perhaps lie was ,uthi .k'>

i ;Il I j jj "We especially want to know here \there are eoncentratlou that the ftiTferences between the nations! the national entities to give up one inch RELIABLEaAnytng S'p.icd', Anyway' he'diclrrt t go Wrong lot signing for fnvdimi fiit.

j I J of houseflies! around lIta\lle\, or place where are handled on a guttersnipe plane which of their sovereignity. during the Civil: War Sherman In his march through Crorgu !Inmost <

,1 : hog and other livestock are fed," hq a dCover III at a childlike level We select train and S wlmh. }parents: hive c"t Rwhirtt: signaturesThe '
: educate to represent us the most civilizedof THIS AMOUNTS In plain parallel to refusal not learned) from exixrfc-nre I tlirn 50 signatures/: on that historic Axiirtwnt however matnxMinired
HlLitartiaK1: lie warned, ., and if you don't !lend our c'tizenry-and other nations do the to accept submission to principles of can now learn from ,their iliiVlrwi, In clollan and tf'IIti Those met darN till tie\ InlC'rty;

: ." yours to the iiielnemtiu be sure" to burn it. Kerosene pour same. These diplomats are intelligentmen law and order. Suppose that in Stuart we -Weekly, Wrotevrlri. Chilhwul, WD, who are! {mow living must deride wliether, we \II ill remain tr-

ed OT farbage i ill H deterrent nxuinut' bre-t of houses from the highest levels of society. Most had no city 'judge no policeman, no county British' Columbia, Canada or sonM,time be sold down the river into slavery, .

flies. of them are polite, reserved, considerate court no sheriff's office Suppose that instead From our Dominion never ,
human beings who Would not think of bashing of holding elections we shot it out on HIGH BARRIERA Take Shy, protecting hand f i

I, ; LIFT YOUR SIGHTS in the heads of their neighbors, threatening the streets Suppose that murder and pill serious' impediment to mar lofted/ Lord, forever V\ s,

'H'' The future btloiiffK to those/ who make It. to burn down their houses, drown age were the only answers to questions riago nowadays Is the\ ,Increasing;! Keep "thou our father" land ""
; them or starve them. which are now settled in the courts. And difficulty supporting the Government John CanipVlHorticultumlly
1 1I' Stuart and Martin uunty In the next ten will '
years} when of law
\ C suppose that a system and or- and a wife 4 rin one! Income-.-
I be whatever" wt btimun lx'itiif; who Jfve here make!! out of it. YET THESE same men. In the field of' der was euggested'certain''' individuals in TIlt! Rotttter, Abilmc.! Texas rr onot onot.ao not=

: 1+1 (Jpportdn: The Hid girl in beating' her knuckles diplomacy, remind one ot quarreling our community sabotaged the deal on the ---'-. Speak ki"OC !

f ., ,. I to the bone-but it depends! on us whether we hear her, children. They are in turn stubborn, grounds that it would restrict their personal 1 ftRFECT GIFT '.'

)) ; and hearing her whither we ac.tDaydTeamlny quarrelsome, rude and threatening. They liberties. That Is and has'been the international Wile (upon receiving a birthday ::=:SOClOc=:aOlloc::: 70net=

f : ) uon't do it. Pointing to what should be grab and threaten to grab,hit and threaten situation. present fromlier husband, );'"Hownice of Bom
\ / ) to hit defame and twist the truth. Most aiillioriliei, agree that Amlnrttia noliJit. native
done wont do it. Nothing
'(<' as it in to think about on these hot. summer day, we'll only semble nothing so much ait quarrels be- anarchy. The person who refuses exchange! flwhlll\ I wnnf, -Buz never sets .seed ft Is bard In propagate by other means it I."..

grow. if we work. tween children They are carried out I through/ his own selfishness, to live a Saw, Kama CIty. MiasoirtSTUART'! t mowing thing anywhere except in its native heath, and conKf*
Want a more beautiful town? Then begin in your on the !same' level. Why I don't know life'of consideration for others is a cause like' Mark Twain weather! everybody interested hi lives! ttbM
own yard painting! your own house, and, planting your own and '''don't suppose anyone else dQCH. pf tumult and strife. Nations are merelythe Amhtrttia, but noliody clear anything about It (successfully[ ). l log

r tieen' If cnnuifh\ people do just! that we'll have a beauti- There 's' Jaw and morality on the Individual reflections individuals,, so in essence 11- Hand that there are two specimens to the Hope CanlfM at ]-

ful town: And xtritnffelv. if Enough !people do just that level but apparently pure an. we all must *still, be pretty selfish I and one In tho botanic 'garden at Georgetown British Cuianih

I thl'y'll lift their ,sights t to insist on community beautifica- archy In the field of international re SYET fur' us 1 I knows< these are the only trees of the kind In tht wrslgghoxa >t
tion of parK! and !}/Irkwa'II.We J IN ALL lands (is
latlonsft civilized: there a preponderant ,
keep hearing it Raid that Stuart needs more homes number individuals who rec- SINCE Recently 1 got acquainted with a man who for tom wane

-and the sad echo that they're not being built in the price A DIPLOMAT who would find some way ognise the authority and power of a Divine liltt minion work Rangoon\ Burma. He is Jess' F Smith ace do"
I range in. which there H the greatest demand. That in itself to compose almost any difference between ''I Be'ng' While they call. God by many recorder at Suffuld/ Academy, Suffield Conn, I unite' JtoaVAmherstitt

In a golden opportunity' \ for some Individual who wilt himself. and his neighbor in hiss own country names, there is no question ,but what tho t / and he has written so interestingly In rept I ambit "V1*
; be practical! enough to see that it can be done-and go of of !letter full he' JI1 i Bimu."I .
will threaten to bomb, burn and maim majority the people this earth believein ; in im'hiding the bibliography gim
ahead and do it. What Martin County builder will lift the citizens of another country if they don't Him. The preambles of the Constitutions W am In position to give you a little help and giiidmw, .f
\ hit<.,lights! to plan and build at least 20 new homes in theGJu agree with his views The same man wouldbe of the great majority of nations are I search for Information. about Amhmtia rtokilttVhen / .

\ i i $ ()( to $7.000 category in Stuart in the next year"and horrified at the thought of blowing up addressed to the! Creator. It may be that SpeelaUI"I. *\ \ 'first went fo Burma} ,eairh/ in 1900 my bum to dam
I, sell every one of them.: Don't say "it can't be', done. It his neighbor's house because there wag/ a we will have no world peace;;' no world seven,years was In a howe In' Rangoon known as Asil J ra**
IHIIIK: done in other communities! and it can be done right lines world nations Tie most front of the! ha"1
: quarrel over property or because one court no league until the \ set conspicuous object (In the garden In
f \1 t here. How to finance it" That, too can be done right of international RentalsFor of the rprnadI .
had a different political view than tMother. up a system law and jus perfect spmlmen of Amhenlia miMis/ the only one
\ here in Stuart with local capital providing a builder comes Internationally we are In the planeof tice under the laws of conscience in which I saw''during my fourteen .yean In Burma but during 4D tlf'< '
I along who has faith and confidence in his: ability to meet savagery while individually 'we are civlized they call just as genuinely upon their Information the tree never failed to produce a f profusion of its magnificent **

; t, the demand Maker for International peace as the poorest REAL,BgTATE-INSURANCE The tree, as 1 I.recall, was a spreading, symmetrical rhea I **
11 t, ,; Stuart needs new tourist courts and expanded trailer C man does upon his knees for personal rlU See tall r w Ith! a spread of 20 or 85 feet. The bole was perhaps 20 eat
facilities Here, again; the cry i* raised, that it can't be ALL EFFORTS at establishment of a guidance.. or didlletrr. What the Japanese i Invasion and the "Ibwqllenf "

," that done several because aborning of city projects zoning( have ordinances been conked and the on fact the World Court, League of :Nations! United .....,___. _..._.. E. L.ENVY JOHN ,;t". TAYLOR bombing did to this tree I have-not learned. Nrk *aK
) I Osccola Bl4 "I do not recall that tree produced seeds
1 Phone 1HJ my any
head. If the idea is the deter- i a.iIo
It be done. bun
I t I can good and OF THE WORLD SETTLING THE QUESTION !' ARTHe' Bugs. neither! do I know m of l anyune growing it from cuttings l
minat behind this need can' be filled. I
it enough bII
on strong tty! *
ABOUT Hortia Second\ that w
FLORIDA aa.a. M I. t.s.tr: Ca..hw says it Is pcopognlvd by Layering
No ordinances but will bind before popular demand-and The history of the world since recorded time began, SUMMERS CWe'U Curdens In Calcutta. Madras, and Ceylon.

certainly tourist! courts of the right type could be a great bas been blackened at regular and frequent intervals by .......- ... In Rangoon Amhmti grew to the natural 'gray ..nAy eb,

Stuart assetOpportunity'. t terrible famines Countless! millions have died miserably (Pie, Newipnner'Newi) -.y. IIIIt I) elevated tracts of the Irrawaddy Delta, where the annul! **

tl I ? You can still buy wild land In Martin from hunger. And those ,.cataclysms were not confined to Whenever Florida is, mentioned) average! 100 (ftthes: ,but practically all of this comes b<.t-Mari I'

I County for ax low as $5 per acre That's $5.000 for 1,000 long past, primitive times In the last quarter century as a lumpier' resort, someone .Is Ortolr I In Moulmeto (Lat, jrj' N), at the, mouth of l Ile *T
acres or a principality. Tick the right land, plant **
to alk "Jml Th
hod"Nast River '
v sure ft terribly \fire annual rainfall b More than SOO inches
.i avocadoes or mangos, raise cattle, turkeys plant a truck starvation has stalked through China, Russia. arid other vlLfrl
comes Edgnr John Phillips, Rangoon 11164T N The tree 1s apparently native In tin r
-get in ,partntrshlp with Nature Sure, you may lose nations.
crop of rtainbow Springs near Dimnel- Sulweerr between, Rangoon and Moulmeln The avcrngf!( W7I
your $5,000 bucks /and a lot. more'T>r you may wind up Yet, in the United States, we have never)lad a famine. lon, who answers the question by I&i all I region at S pp: throughout they- .ar U officially staW! !''t,
worth $100000 in the good old American way, but win min ,
Same may say Bhort-sightedty that this is because/ we are offering free meals to all hors /
,; or lose you will have raised your sights to do a job I of workin blessed with an abundance of resource*. But other countries guests whenevet at breakfast 7,a. Tht AnJienlla tree Is sold to have been discovered Ito(* JjJ

which you have opportunity to create and grow. where the standard ,of living is abysmally low corn m.. to 8 a. m, the temperature in\ known t to European; botanists. ) by a Mr. Crawford and Dr r""TWallich
A few years ago no one believed corn would grow In pared with ours, have great resources also Some may the shade on the porch of their i ((1787 1854)) I Danish botanist who was Dw** ?
Florida. One Martin County farmer raised his sights and work harder. Yet in the lodge to ,over 78 degrees Fahrenheit Botanical M nr Ie I
think it is because we hunger- Garden at Calcutta from 1813 to 1874 lIe
.ft I t made a clean-up on winter time roasting ear which he sold ridden nations the average ,man and woman work much ; whenever at lunch time, noon monastery In the village of Trochla on tin bank of t the b M'd1'L
.f i tq resort hotels for, $1 a: dozen. to I It Is 65 and V of< Jn d
in longer hours and performs a. great more manual .1A m over degrees and named ft for Lord Amhetst, the Governor-General
Stuart and Marlin
There of
plenty opportunity labor, than does the 'average American whenever dinner, 6:30 to 7i30 1823 to M28 the principal event of whose administration..*tbJ '
for \ raise their sights and to work
County men who will get The basic reason for our abundance lies elsewhere. p. m., It is over B9 degrees C New Burmese War trill"d'am'7mmseran
.1 (1824-1826)) which resulted In Sitting down and thinking about it won't do it. Sicking
It has been in a theory of government that encourages It seems that Mr. Phillips Is a
Great Britain. .
it' ': George on it won't do It. we'll grow( only through old- every man to do his utmost and reap the rewards that has bit tired of hearing that Florida Is Li it I T am enclosing the only photo 1 have of my Amh *f as.. .

r' fashioned work done by plain ordinary people following stimulated voluntary, individual enterprise and that, finally ton hot for summertime comfort I. the tallet' tree 11\\ the This photograph was l led
ii' the star of personal ambition And if we )have enough Of ,.Ivefatigued foreground.
has given every man the right to compete with any your worn, 19110. and 19O.'J"but when the trecI..I hi OhOa '
}) that sort of folk nothing. can stop us. other in his chosen; 'field. Who (eels Injustices; who shrinks tlwind" a a ."second blooms i during the apparently? when not I k dIOidJL t
.''j We see hqw this system works on every hand, As a : before a sight; who has'a sense of that make 'em "I bury photographing art lilt
J F. P. & L. BOOSTS, SUMMERTIME!' simple example, every American can walk into a store and wrong M acute and so glowing a ride like bra 1-newIBrinr' jnd out append at' some references"ailabie most the of Library them o!ifT
print ]lIDt be at
r buy all the meat he want*-something that is impossible gratitude foc :\kkdneu; as a generous In your ol tread-barei might '
t I ) A special magazine-type supplement hag lust been today We'I renew 'em in lit the Smithsonian Institute. Reference A ((3)) t'lNltaiPIIv'Jj
Issued by the Florida Power & Light Co on the theme In most other countries. Free enterprise is responsible to;: boy? a dMcrlption of the Impression which the tree made Ott thou, tI">
jiffIReaaona ,
'I I "J>t' Star at Home-Play at Home This Summer." putting that meat in the botcher' showcase-for turning TbndcefayOnetrwlty e Istt.- ,

The supplement plays up all parts of Florida. a summer steers, hogs and other animals into cuts that are )ready for Ie Pric trlllAlI'f RanuwcrsN"aa .
4 vacationed, and nays of this area : consumption. To meet the needs Of the- country, a great Is the flower! of Jus 1'.10' .
'"At Stuart the Indian River joins other riven andcanals jacking Industry has been developed to bridge the gap lice Stuart Recap to N.t.nt: ,Pedaabn' nt Snit., aaaa. Ill lea'Ott .
between the producer and our ,homes. It Nathaniel Hawthorne Ill'yI.a..Mrh.I Now w !ha r..iy YIO"
livestock .
to enter the ocean and create a j justly-famous fishing per- ServiceChason'a Mt11
tI ..... IwqP.yrP i. x.wal
of fresh forms t vital ervica at a cost which Is almost unbelievably .. Isl..a.r.. ..._toII a"
I and Ther plenty ..
; ;;; 11.1 Hour sus anal
s and salt water ftohinjr the year round-and plenty of falltles '. small The manner giving shows the Servlc* 'Station Y' rM" Ana.I/ I,, ..owl at tae A..III. JooItIr ,
b So In every field of enterprise. Free people character of the, giver. more than M. tea HIGHWAY aah:L7.Paw.i: ..t ,"
/ and accommodations of all types. There arc also a it goes, U. a. trk I row a al'm'a: iter ;J- .
tr; of working in a free economy, have made the Aemrican standard the gift Itself, .* Intl I rls.l I r;., Puzh I ....... .. ..A 1.1., .l.:1i.t.: .k a.d t. t,ar h sot J I 1NL .
fine golf course" tennis courts, recreations numerous of living the envy of the world. M Lavattf I ".1110'" .............. d1.YW. ,...... a .._ .....JlII. 1.1)L')
types. "r

A"' ,, ._"..JI' '0." ....'" ,::1., I .:.....Luc,... ?.,:j,.. ....*A2t, ,!..'.i 'iflTtU"fajVH'J;j >w'i':n"'' '>" "--110..- .......:..:.w-\... ay IIiiM..W. .pty,+..ikY; ...IntILti.N( ..rir At ......'! ii ff.,,','itt\-,. ....... ';.k..u v5Ae'


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News were opened, Ice cream and eup- Perry Mrs. a D. Quigley Mr*. iiiiimiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHimiiiiiitmimiObituaries/ I poration In which any member I .I .I
cake were served to MM C. C. Jacob More Than Fourth of South's Week's I
Allen and Mr. E. A. Bald- LegalInstruments of such board U Interested, or ,

I Bchamrock, Mr*. B, A. Baldwin, winMr. for luch purchase I II j '
BROWN, Mr B, D. Sever Mri. & E Un and Mrt. Johnson' Whltl- Report iiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiini I ,
RS. and ).Ira. Walton of Palm City car and of Port: Sewall called on Mr. Women Working, ShowsMore MRS. MATTIE MUNCH made statute a criminal offense by the I ; f I

Mn. R. W. Mr*. G. R Thompson; Sun
Johnson MM. Ted
Baumtardner, Mrs. O. H. Johnson dayMr than a fourth of the living In the South who were DuHoU M D.nnl. H. ..",,",. j \ I Ij
HONORED MM Donovan Smith Jr., and Mrs. Michael Pesln' Welter W, sod Vildxrt A. OMMf. k.H.IM j,
Mr*. John pent last week end In Hobe women of the South were WorkIng I Mot in the labor force, Including Mrs. Mattle! Archer Munch, 72 O. (ten M ... ,
Anderson MM. Oliver Until R. Wlckoli* it >lc to Flint. Pnnbrrlu f 1
fast| year, according to a
Smith Mn. J. B. Shelton Mr*. Sound at the borne of Mr. and Bureau of the Census report 2,491,000 men. a resident of :Jensen Beach tor [" amrrk SCHONE RGER'SElekric j 1 J'
ITH SHOWER R RBY Hiram Morris, Mr*. W H. EarleMrs. Mrs. George Brownlee 'i made public by C. Parker Per About 28 per cent of the nation -, nearly 40 years, died after a'eektong I AFFIDAVIT '.
Product. 'I'll. Pufc.lit
SkvItT Crawr to ,
Martha Whittle, MrsFred Mr and Mrs O. D. Quigley, Mr. sons, regional director of the V total of 58,700,000 employed' 111 n e** at Martin}I I
Pedersen, Mrt.. O J}. Quigley, and Mrs L. C. Moore of Stuart I T. t OMhtonal. : eg Tin Prose.WARRANTY I r '
MKS. O. D. QVIOLEY and Carl willard 8. Department of Commerce persona were living in the South County Hotpltal at 8:30 p,m. I +
George Osborn Airy. N
MM. Os-
,,1 4,
Of a total population of 5,979- compared with approximately JO, ..
C., Saturday funeral services con- loll w.lsr H.bk." < s is Soho t.
born Jr., and Mr t motored to Miami Sunday -
WI. Jim Brown M. Arnold. 000 females 14 old and cent in 1940. Link sL .
years per
10 1 r tonol' of Mr. 8. D. Bever ,entertained and called on Mr. and Mrs.. J. R. I ducted by the Rev Phil Maxwell 11.- Kb.r. M s M a. .. ]fowl.! '

L. Francis Stiller and Clara J.,I the Ladles Missionary Society Myrlck. Mr*. Carl Wlllard accompanied more 1(47, there living were hj the 4,South SOT.000 in In April the 880,000 The South'last year total was unemployed 1,600,000 I were held at the Baptist Church, e. Y. FMG'Uwe. N .. .. ..l... Ieo.k.. j jj '

Wand entertained with a stork June 21 at her home. Mrs.George them home' i labor force and 4,184,000 were less than were in the unemployment : at 4 prn. Monday with burial \nWtveland r..".!L Jars. N t W.M.Pane.. I Army & Navy.S plus /j fk t.'f t..
1 Mn. Martha a Allot h..hsH
Whittle and w
[ at home of Osborn, Mrs
on the lawn l president, presided the t "
8. actually employed report rank* at the same time in Cemetery. Yx
.... Shelby McCulley. Gamesndsntesta Alter a abort business\ 11:. Lane and daughter, Mary, showed This was 564,000 more 13 t R h.r Cmmtlm to a H Ckmtaln. 305 East 4th Stl
were played. Mrs meeting lunch was served by the of Palm city called on Mn. Mary 1940.There I Mrs. Munch was born In I 0: H. <'h t.i ta K m to OI.J-. Crwp.Mn.:1 I'I'I
, than were employed In _1940, but were 240000 more per* POWER OF ATTORNEY I Ir Is
fcon-< ,Walton, Mrs.. George OB hostessto Mrs Osborn Mrs. W, Chandler Sunday, the female population In the sons In the labor force in the I Bcreven County Oa, Sept 4, J-ph P. Horsey lei 'Thoww.J. ..1> I
"wr-, and Mr* Oliver Smith I L. Merritt, Mrs George Osborn, Mr. and Mr. Michael Pesln South had also increased over South last year than in 1940. I U75 and came to,Jensen Beach ewh. oft'1' '-- f
Alter the gift' Jr., Mri J. P Wllbar MM were business callers In :Miami I SATISFACTION OF MORTGAGECimnor ,
t prhte many June 23. the seven-year period account-: The figures shown in the report with her husband !n 1908 wherehe : Nanlt 0( Sluurt to CboIn R, i ;
Ing to some extent for the dif based I Bran* ..t "
were upon a simple died Nov.I/ 1946. Survivors
Mrs. John Whittle arrived hereafter C.lU.n.; .erne to Hcrkitt O. ; '.
MATTRESS two weeks in ference. survey, and are subject to include two sisters, Mrs. J. W. 'Oars a .... '
INNERSPRINGand her husband who Is Tampa In the Mer-with Other high point of the report "sampling: variability," the Consue -i Lee and MM. W B. Goodrich, Itn.r: _..... I.... Te Clar y.4w : !(I'l'

were: Bureau explained. both of Waycross, Oa.; two REDEDICATION OF PLATH.rWl ,
chant Malrne "
and was In the The number of women employed The "South" as" reflected In brothers. Warren and John G <,... M .. to ...... Public I, \ .dT j
BOX SPRINGon States for two weeks.Mr .
W, A. r.lm.r4. in In Tli. .bK..
*. Charles Conrad of Salerno In the South has Increased the report Includes Alabama,, Archer, both of Tucson Arts,II MORTGAGE'

6 legs Shore and Mr*. Mary- faster than the number of Mississippi, Georgia, Florida two sons, Charles of Langley, B'I Hrt'Itort '0. O.. .e ps h II...... O., :
Chandler men. South Carolina, North Carolina, C, and Hasting' 'W. of Jensen I ......8w.n.u .
were shopping In Fort It. C > to Mu >Nt aB..nn. :
$5950 Approximately 26 per cent of Virginia Tennessee! Kentucky,' I
Value Beach, and two granddaughterss.Peggy
$69.50 Pierce last week. I < f ,
all women employed In the nation West Virginia Maryland. ,Delaware and Sara of Langley. James ,., P"";.... 10 H.r'y fI Jana. '
,Mrs. Rasmas Mortensen entertained \ PARTIAL 1i
.' JDUJYOR DOUBLE SIZE the Civic Association Trl- last year were residents of Louisiana, Arkansas Tex ..' tilliciu Uunk .< 8uuir. .o T. t. Ou.H.r,
\the South as, Oklahoma and the districtof ton k ea.
day evening at her home with There 13863000 Columbia art tar O H se'DEATH r rno,.'olii.
Ft. Pierce SSIeep Shop a card party. Refreshment were persons.. a "' Miss Annie .McTeer died at CERTIFICATE
-- -- ---- .
10 H"ri.) ('.rl Whnbr/ l too Th uklif.
Martin Hospital at <
'x County
Pierce Fla. 120 N\2nd St. Phone were! eef1ed.Mrl. 0= .0=-OC7000r7Q Qoo.r.. Dw.rtm..it at P.Mle Rnltb. tThr '
Fort 710 a.m. Monday after a 10-day Ul- {
Elizabeth J. Hansen of St : a PuhllrSATISFACTION ATTIME OF r x; ,
__ .. Her body was sent by Johns OF JUDGMENT
Petersburg spent last week end Salerno Civic Association6caoc 4
u. I\ 8. 111, of Ri..M, M R. I. <" ..40 SORROW ,
iiiiiiimMiiimiiiiiiuiiimiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiii. / iiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiMGRINER'S here with her sister, Mrs Gladys' Funeral Home to Yematisee! DEED AND RELEASEInltlUintown
Perry I GLADYS i II. 01lD C. that, night< for burial in Ebe- ffHv.l,ipiit. .nt IJ... .., t* SEND FLOWERS S,
==Tioc: By PERRY aon== neser at 4 Tues I leis B.rrr11.PURCiiASES ,. '
: Mrs. Jack Saunderson one ot p.m. '
A 1 .o-5k y M ere. '
RIVERSIDE RESTAURANT the 4-H Club leaders and four This week finds' us looking over Their presence Is missed. day.Ml I : PROHIBITED o15 .i Fes,. oioetH..t. ,
** McTeer moved to,Stuart the, ttrl.ao. 5,4', .1a + ,{
$ of the 4-H Club girls, Casslt Mae I the past few days when many Mr. and Mrs. Silver from New .. .
c..wd trod a-a to tk.ar.
SPECIAL. MENV EVERY DAY Scotten, Leola Simmons; Norma of the townpeople assembled and four years ago after a lifelong I Attorney General J. Toro Watson .. coca aid d.R..e e5 tk. 4 ,
I Jersey have sent sets of badminton residence In Early Branch, S C., ,., .. .
Crawford and Jackie Saunder after unavoidable delays finally In an opinion to Dr. C. E. ste GI. en wd.
Fried Chicken Ste. s, Oysters and Shrimp and quoits to be used at the 746
and lived with relatives at
son, will leave by bus Mondayfor finished/ the floor on the new Weaver of LaBelle. asserted that
HOM / COOKED Camp McQuarrIe near Ocala Civic Center, This has been a Civic Center We appreciate the East Sth St. She was a memberof I the county board of public instruction 1

Tasty, ,Delicious Food for a week. big task accomplished throughthe donations from our Northern the Early Branch Methodist Is prohibited from pur-, BIRDS l .'

Mrs. J. I* Terry and son, Donald continued cooperative efforts members and the Inquiries, show Church. l chasing materials supplies a;
MRS. ALBERT GRINERDrive ing their Interest In our effort Survivors Include a sister MrsThomas from In which
were business callers In St. of a sincere faithful people. any company a
Augustine last week. and progress Any news from Furse, and a niece, Miss I member of the board Is a ltorkI OWERS ,.
In Curb Service = Mr. and Mrs J. A. Bennett, To hang the doors. and finish these Northern friends should be Lily M. Furse both of Stuart; a I holder Watson stressed the fact ,,

K MILE I NORTH ST. LfCIC! ,RIVER! BRIDGE ON FED. NO. 1 3UUIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIplllllllllllllllllllllllll Jr., were business callers in West the windows will be a small job I, reported to your secretary so great-niece Mrs. Richard I. Men- that purchase of supplies or materials NE 6UROTON HOTEL
In comparison, and will be done that mention may be made of and Prot F4.
lei of Roselle N. J. two Pb.e. PI-.c.
/ ( l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I llllllllllllllllllllllllllllin I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Palm Beach Saturday. very soon. That means that weloon I, them In the weekly accounts Har- I by any State county or
Robert M.
great-nephews board from
municipal a cor-
MM A. B. Cole Is In Jacksonville ,
be established
shall In our
President Charles Conrad'sdaughter -- --
rell In Ohio and Midshipman ----- ----- -- -----
called there by the illness new home There are details and husband are visIting James M. Harrell based at WhitIng .
HURRICANE PROTECTION of her brother. I (
that will to betaken
have care
I from New York.
Field in Milton. Fla '
Mr. and Mrs Chet Homan returned 1 1I I of gradually, even after we startto I
---- !Rom where I sity Joe Marsh! ;
.JBLuiiea I home last week after a I meet there Including the fireplace STAMPS AUTHORIZED RECRUITER COMING ,
month In Canada. Mrs Roman's'daughter I
Rain and several necessities concerning FOR POULTRY INDUSTRY "
Aluminum '; Mrs Earl Rhine, and ', the kitchen, dishes and I West Palm Beach, July 1.- '". ,

.nlncs' .Glare husband of Montreal accompanied some furnishings. There has President Truman has signed Master Sgt. Robert M. Barr east '> / 1"
Contrel them home for a visit i been no arrangement about a a resolution authorizing a special coast Marine Corps representative (j

glrm gbutten Mr. Clay Lewis and three piano yet. Any Information helpIng series nUlailon Beauty children of Beaufort, N. C., have us to procure one as soon as commemorate the 100th anni- Post Office for at two-week' slay i! n I ',
r returned home after a week hen I will be '. Barr't hours I
possible appreciated.There versary of the poultry) Industry.. beginning; Tuesday ry 1
.,;, Privacy husband who
visiting her U em-
will be from noon until S pm
has been some furnishings However, it will be left to .
A Lw.i le.t.Ral.eSHUTTE1 I ployed with the Arundel Corporation dally through July IT 'If the folks' la mr tees were p jfhing or harvesting;,depending
games and athletic equipment Postmaster General Donaldsonto
on the Caloosahatche leis tolerant, tkey'4 be really the season, until sundown. Inr.if ;
donated. decide whether the chickenor
dredge In the St. Inlet. a waa he relaxes with "I/ '
fucle burned that Rationally circulated evening Inally
up f
With all this In mind, bear the egg will be honored\ In I
Mrs. Joe Crews left Mondayfor r Rilu'ua. f I.
ODUCTS Co.sox with me a* I appeal again to the the design The perpetual question FOOT SPECIALIST article OR -pampe.If.- over R moderate. glass I ,
her home in Palatka after
people of Salerno. Some of you of which cam first, the Chiropodist era,' describing" them M living off of beer.
as sruART, FL {DA PHONE H' 011 H-Rlttle spending the week end here with havent been able to give muchto chicken or the egg, will not be N.. F.rt Pint* H.tel l the fat of the land. And the farmer today's! only .
her Mrs
mother Gladys Perry.
'Her daughter Betty Lou, remained I this project which the whole I settled\ by the Post Office Department a t Tr RICK: I L. PORTh..o TU From where I sit the farmer li. temperate In his habits,like Bert'. a '.

herewith her grandmother town will welcome and by Which > odhlrht I anything but "pampered,1\ fce'i evening glaaa of beer.hut toler" *" -- ''I

for two weeks.' It profit.. If it Is at all possible\ better off today than twenty yean .H! in his opinions. So hell proo-' 1 r, 'j i I

SILLY ? Misses Margaret and Lucille I everyone In Salerno should make: BOYS ATTEND; 4-H, CAMP' ago( It's because b,'. Worked hard ably laY of that article,"somebody [ d .I '

e 1i01 RryE a litlt e11GilP'gTM Blanton left last week for an Indefinite $ final effort to give what they i' Martin County boys accom M Improve the quality and quantity fat the facts "Wrong" and just '
I to the
stay with, their aunt, can now cover expenses panying County Agent 1. M. LOYAL ORDER OF of his I let it thatU +!
production. go
EEiR fOn+C lutr.altncaeat I of this final work of finishing! MOfiSESTtMKT f I,
Mrt. Ed Shivers and family ,61 Johnson- to the 4-H Camp last
( 8414NYIr( 541 o More So Than Risking Wlldwood, N. J. the little things, that all add up, week were Bobby Johnson, his VODCe I1W Take Bert Childera, for eitaiple.Bert ... '
ufRSg1-lA1tIR i In dollars' and cents, to make' MCETSAiOO P. M I Isup.t four !In the morning, .. .
Home Bobbltt of Miami ...
EaGI ONE(f liM S1l1fIPS! Your New By Alfred Pedersen called on Mr this a building which will have guest Johnny 1>> u4 Sr/ WEDNESDAYS cge ..I!(
and Mrs. A. L. Brown in Pompano I' Eddie Leek, Carl Tjlmer, Sonny IMM MONTH to get the milking! nnlahed-and
inadequate or Sunday. 'I the equipment to facilitate the Chason and Jimmy Anthony of Mo/M Home I I

Buddie Collie of Fort Pierce' Is most officlency to all. I' Stuart, and Donald Parsons and S. FED/Rat. HIGHWAY i l
Copyright,, United Suits Brn-cri fnmiaunAdding
Unsafe Wiring visiting ,his grandparents, Mr. The next card party to benefit I Gerald Matthews of Indlantown t
1 and Mrs. J. L. Terry, this week. the association will be held at Camp McQuarrle, owned by the --- -- .'

Those who are leaving to join the home of Mri, Chester Homan State Agriculture Department i Ia 'j

SEE US the V. S fievy Tuesday are Alfred tomorrow night I In the Ocala, National Forest, l
N 1 FOR GUARANTEED Pedersen,Jimmie Homan, : A July 4 committee Is planninga The boys were instructed in .

f +ae WIRING Joe BrowfrTJodald' Terry and party In the park for the public farming activities in the morn- \
+ 'I' Jack Saunderson la in charge ..
Robert Montgomery 'ot Palm ing sessions and had a recreation
City. of arrangements.We program in the afternoon. a
The revival meeting It atilt be- were happy to welcome

Ing conducted at the Southern back Mr. and Mrs. Homan front Three former FBI men and a '

U Methodist Church:at 1:30 each their prolonged vacation In Can- former U.s. Treasury agent are 'H.

ElttCTRICCONWCT1GAWUrtC5 evening by the, Rev. James C. ada. It didn't take Chet longto employed by the Florida Forest
get back Into the old groove,
tuck of Hobe Sound. Service to help find out who
[ Mrs. W. L. Merritt entertainedthe and to work on the floor of the starts woods Are ,and bring the

Home Demonstration Club Civic Center. guilty person to Justice. I i4' 1
L at her home Monday at 3,30. Our attendance has fallen off
a little due to many of the members -
supporting the revival ser-I

vices held at the Methodist

Church nightly for two weeks

Mrs George Osborn presided.
Her subject was "A Child's Influence -

." Mrs' Martha Whittle

f' and daughter-in-law Delores, 4
11 and Miss Luclle Inscpe made a

a report on the clothing leaders r
meeting held In Palm pity In r ii .

May. Each member answeredthe '
rollcaU with a child' sayIng .
I I'
Mrs. Merritt lead In discussion : :( ,
on "Delinquency Hasn'tA RINGS! RINGSIRiNGSI '
_'1c ..
,_ _
Chance. :Miss Inacoe madea DEAR t tG3 i
report on the short course on
the 4-H Club she and the t. i iI
girls OF GIFTS' errrrltriBSA \
THE YOUNGER GENERATION attended In Tallahassee recently. ) 1I 1\

I After the meeting lunch was A Nee _...... to ...w I ,
served by the hostess. Other far .is ... ..... cI",1o of ,-.reraels1 I T F y t ;

WOULD REMEMBERBut guests were Mrt. George Osborn, ..sot I.- iowi4dlo.s /RR I \

\T Jr. Mrs., Jim Brown, Mrs. John ...... "" ....1....... A. I'roJKIGoowotI_ < 4, }i'i'I

Whittle, Mrs. Martha Whittle, .... ..M syN.. Cas I i'
Mr. J. P. Wllbar, Mrs. & D. i .1
\ surely was a light to lee siu..s J.. to" rue -
many year ago Bever, Mrs. Joe Sawtell Mr*. Jim
Mother. hustle in her uatle. Rider, Mr*. R. R. Merritt Mr, to d.w., .

It ., | "huatlin" all over Gladys Perry, Mrs. Jack 8aun- COMPLIT: JEWaLRv stavict its !
These days, some, folk ire skill derson and Mrs. O. D. Qulgley.' to Reputation J : f

own to>> take (tare of th it hilll when they could pay. Mr. Harvey Homlar has *o- I,
rived home after a week In '
by check and save time trouble and gaaoline. Tallahassee.Mr. Stu rt Jewelers .

It'. a lot safer, too. T it! and of Mrs.New York Mathew are McLaughlin the- tF rif short .....'. Rfeft j Veer after year, PontiaA reputation grows-a* Iii I the moat .> />/_/of all Pontincs. It is the ". ; I

.. house guest' of )dr; and Mn 9 OsceoU Ave. owners spread he good 4prd of ill performance J s fnjormmg of all Pontiaca It is the most t

Charles Conrad of Salerno and dependability, lip ijfklt/ of all Pontiact.itquently I I IC.o
Ne Dehon BuildingTHE )
it ''with modern Shore Mr*. McLaughlin I Ia Con- ( I '
to I
save "
way addVwiU/ that those who 1'1 ,
rad's daughter. this year Is certain to / tuner to the we are certain pur. '

ADD-O-BANK. ON Y $2 with your personal key.., Pontiac ome-for the greet V" !illustrsted' here, cha i it Will. be the most enthusiastic ''of all '. t

'_ .'Sorne Safety Dep 't. Boxes Available Now 4 ,the 1941 model, I is the finest Fontiac ever built. Po iar owner!-and their praises will add to an ;%

.Ire] dygreatrepeeatioeforesdsrisasadsscion.
First, It offers the performance fcxury of General ( S ,

'NEW T STEIN Motor 'Hydra-Malic Drive*- and it is the Better make, your own next car a Pontiac,, '

, CITIZENS BANK OF STUART ICE CREA world1 lowest priced car with fbi is phenomenal Regardless of when yon get it, you can'be lIKe I '

Delicious Sodas Made'' With advance In ,easier,'more convenient motoring. .It will be I great car and a great value ?iC ,

Member The federal Reserve System. and t Deposit insurance. Corporation. -SWIFT'S ant ICE C EAM IGM flydrrM.Ri Drlor, IJc.-d..d..*.*..**" i The M*".'*.*-'aM '' ;
Salad Plates and Salll fiches

Th Bank of personal lSh- Drugs Sundries Cosmetics WILEY MOTOR CO. } '

.. DANIE "S ,,

I The Friendly Spot I" Ihe Post ffiee Arcade North Federal Highway Phone. 291 \;MUSS WILEY

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\ palm City News ,entertainment Refreshm t n t s approximately the came a* last KIWANIS REPORTS COMMITTEE ARE COMPLETEFor : Woman'*; club;' ) \

were served by the hostesses! States MilkProduction year hour wu !

I Many of those Invited were unable FISHING Importations of fluid milk the sixth straight month work. The
to attend but many gifts this year every committee chair
'I Florida from other area Til cent
TWO were received from Mrs. George iij last man filed a monthly report on
stood at I, 54,951 gallon per cent a
,Smith Mrs Robert LHeureux IN THE FAMOUS his group at the weekly noon
Mrs. Ernest Bates, Mrs Betty 8 Per Cent year. Just over the one-eighth meeting of Kiwanis Club at the month,

HAVE I Knickerbocker. Mrs Fred Joss, St. Lucie Region of the volume Imported during -- -- t
FACE Mrs. Sam Lane Mrs. Ed Lower the peak Importation year of
Mrs. R L Wall, Mrs. Bernard .
'' .We RtfR SM.TSM"'II! A CEARPIAN'" O5 "NA11WAL' EntMCf Milk production tn Florida 19<<.45. '
CUD ''f'' PARTY Hodapp Mrs Vernon Langford, reached approximately fo.000,000 of 40 per cent
BIRTHDAY Importations
ATV : Mrs. Ervin Fulton Mrs M M By ERNEST LYQNS gal In 1947 a volume increase of cream and of cottage cheese, NOW !

::1'A :1'\Y '\P., : f : Baker and the hostesses. I Il WORLD RECORD) blue crabs for bait-one nipped 8 per cent over the,previous year however have Increased since
: !MRS ANNA a DAY returned last! ;
By Belle Bozone .
It .: l t hunk out of the third fingerOf the research and(\ Industrial division 1940 reaching 3049654 gallonsof ,
I trt" t Thursday from Avon Park where of the Florida State Cham- of
M cream and 3,033,267 pounds
.palhi MI'II. H. L L'Heureux and MraBlanche of .4f'John my left hand--and using the :
I : } ;many young people the Congregational ber of Commerce reported yeiterclay cottage cheese last year ARMSTRONG
Palm,, \ k Mave) *er! hostesses at Church Sunday I crab !meat for bait we fettled In Its weeklY' business review I "Ice cream Is the principal ,

Wltht u' SfaciUV 'I"+ :\' II stork/; shower June l* In honorof ,School :of Florida met for a one- down against A submerged tree marking dairy month and product manufactured from milk'

"l.t I ; '1 Mr. Douglas Leighton Mr. deck camping trip, She also viaI -, along the bank and started. In recognition of the progress' of In Florida Annual volume of this\ ASPH\LT
.Ib !}f! ''I ';jlr 1 1I"t George Smith had charge of the I lited' Byrd Lodge. I catching bream add. mangrove the dairy Industry In the State product has approximated 13000000 ,- TIC!
and Mrs .JOhn'Trlpollk
Mr .
,.../ : : snapper It was right close to "With greater milt production gallon in recent :years."The
and two children- Cleveland milk
and a declining volume of milk sound long-range
': and her sister-in-law arrived last evening when ,the snappers and worked out
I Importations. Florida can be eX- production program announV
week for a visit at the home of, We are proud to that we n/* can offer
1 a horde of sandflles both started pected to reach self sufficiencyIn by the Industry, the Universityof
I AJUTfMENTOfOURPOUCY 'Mr. and Mrs, Steve Blaako on a I biting: When the sandflles quit' this respect' Jo'iorldlproduc. Florida and the U. a department genuine Armstrong' Aspklt Tile /Expen.iv*? 4
I 'vacation of two weeks during I indeed. Your floor can fte custoftt designed'
I the fish quit. Oolng ashore In Lion of fluid milk during the flrst of Agriculture can bring
'" which they will tour the State. the dark I stood on a swarming three mouths this year was up even greater advancement of the your pccial need yet i i\ wiM/be lowest i ii. '
,' 'I Trlpolsky formerly attended the I II nest of red ants and they bit the 3 per rent over the! same monthsof I milk industry' In Florida ,and, Economical to maintain' wi& rmatrong'5

3 I f I|Stuart School: and lived at the/ living tat out of me. I aM now 1947 The number of producing make possible a needed! extension 'Wa* too. Dirt washes 'offJK a jiffy ,rr wsxi
I'', 'Blasko home! 1 thoroughly convinced that there I cows,in the State 148,ooo, is of the milk products field" keeps it factory-bright. UVince he color

d P 1 A Word of Advice A birthday party was given when the Is,used .... each t
are days angler the through be itlan't ever
I Saturday by Mr. and Mrs. John I ---- -------- way look i,h
Lelghton at their home In honor or swill
I a
know? Insurance ''of their son, John's 6th birthdayand A I be glad to gj you a fro estimate or visit
L Ernest Davis of New York baa I FREE ;
I'' I Figure Always their daughter 1st birthday j js showroom afjjprJ South Dixie k Fort Pierce
check for to
ir i Show a TRAGIC Games were played and just sent a gig the +rt t
I "
UPTURN in Automobile prizes won by Ed bozone and, "war on the Hyacinths fund. Doing Business A* 5I rd

4 I IM Ir I ?. Deaths and Jerry Mallory The children received According to all reports the battle d

y i Injuries, WHEN bubble gum balloons and and is that being'beautiful waged river successfully shouldbe \ I Equipment Sales and Service, : '
""> refreshments of birthday cake.
I V ION DAYS open to anglers next fall. Here 5 Moisture "Where and Wh It" ;
Ice cream root beer and orange n GRIFFIN-ECK1 Inc.
C ME, We
Urge 1
drinks There was a large blue i are other contributors to the S IRRIGATION SYSTEMS. rUM I ![ *f*nTTTl 1111 AND SI'IIAYUIM"NlIF L ,
Yo to go on your and white cake with six candlesfor fund: W C. Armor, Lon Tyson, ACTIJIlIE = ,.

t ( Sumirw Trip Johnnie and a small pink Stuart Hardware, Stuart Drug, Free Sprinkle Portable Irrigation System I FLOOR COVERINGS! ,
FULLYPBOTECT. Arthur Dehon R B Ulmer, R.
and white cake with one candle I
ED with O. Judson, Harris Winston E. L. sea-W FORT rmRCE AVE. = I I FORT PIERCE FLA i.
liability ? for his sister Jan. Children Rhodes, F L. Spencer, HarrySwlnglehur.t. 3 Opooilta ,.. rairer Ufhl aJJaU..ORANU:au:: = ,
r r and Acci t In.surancel present were Mary Nell and Nan : I
TODAY. Louise Csekey, Donna Moore,I VY., Dlllln, former man News, Sailfish/ Lodge, Casa I .

'" I Diane Yates, Marie Bertha Inez alter of St Augustine Chamberof Lumber A. C. Parks Burgess Daniels Stuart, I ,A !.tJ& r ... Trade
Auto George _
and Margaret Ludlum, Ann Boone Commerce. who la now handling Herb Dugan, Charles Dlrr, Citizens Dollar a A+ __ # lIf. Mlrt"A'
: > Jo Ann Blackstone Freddie publicity for the Norwich
Bank, Web Russ
Walton Jerry Mallory, Bill Wallace Line Co. of Florida, sends along Ordway Spent Con
f Noah and Donald Ludlum Information? that confirmation of WUey, John Oilson, John Law A' MARTIN COUNTY
ORt Neal H. M
Bill Bishop Home .
King aAtHrne
I Charles Slocum Jr? Ed and a world's record for black drumon
t P. 0. rcade | Palmer Bozone and "B tch" 35-pound test Norwich, line Godfrey, Arthur Ausborn Bob

Pho 19 i Blackstone Adults present were has been received from the International King Percy Fuge John MannA ,,
I I Patsy Hodapp, Mrs. Moore, Mrs Game Fish Association J. Parks Bess Hardware Bill\ Earl :::: I BUSINESS DIRECTORY Z1:

I Charles Slocum, Mrs Fred Walton which has listed the catch Hall Jerry Smith Meggett i
Dick Klncald, C. Schilling Bill
Mrs May Wallace. Mrs NoahI under Its 15-threod division.
I Ludlum Mrs. Rose Lelghton, Mr. The black drum which weighed Matheson.send If you want contribution to help Your Business Card In .'This Section Every Week. Will Bring: You BusinessCOMPLETE '.

i and Mrs Joe Csekey and Mr and 52 pounds, was caught by J. just along your ,
to W. C Armor Stuart, Fla.
Mrs. Charles Evans. Carver Harris of the Ancient ., -.-, .
-- -- -
""J 'j 1 Mr. and Mrs O 8, Wilkinson City during the recent International :I I
Just to they're still out '
I and Mrs Blanche Slocum were Black Drum Rodeo prove
\ IV I- evening guests last week at the The worlds all-tackle recordIs there, Pat Patterson of Sailfish Electric and Refr I Jensen Hdwe. Quinn's StoreMeats 5.g MORE
: latched to I
.1 :' 'h" home of Mr and Mrs Herbert Is held by Jack Inman, who an Lodge amberjack Palm City Sunday while on fishing I hon SERVICE I CLAMoeoub '
Sudhoff The Sudhoffs were a 90-pounder atSurf rera.1 GroceriesAnd "
No Job Too( .
offshore reefs with Capt. vzwcLosr
:' guests June 21 of Mr and Mrs City N. J. In 1925 the SiXall Frosen Foods w
!< r U. S Wilkinson on a moonlight In making the catch, which Bob Fulford. Pat was using 4/9 I Too I ,TRY THEM ,- THEY roR DELL
and at the end of three
tackle !
boat ride on the North Fork. took 14 minutes, Harris used a ( I tam LVELC6f
; ;>: .. On Saturday evening Mr and crab for bait, ft 12-ounce tip rod long hours boated the. 29& lb. I ELECTRKJND, \ ARE MORE THAN LENDING LISRAT HAIR

Mrs Norris Cossaboom entertained and a Pflueger Ohio reel. amberjack. .
1, Mr and Mrs. Herbert St Augustine also lays claimto CHURCHES OF CHRIST IENTI5T"GOD" I Day Phone \ APT I TO-_lU.Y- t.ITr J eq Beach Little

i Sudhoff at dinner at their home. the largest black drum caught -.--
r Hobe Sound' 3271'
; I i I SeU
,''Jtt > the. eukjeot of Ik. Loin*, I Sluort re plTueor '
: : Mrs Herbert Sudhoff spent by any method. It weighed a II '
tmnon "bk* eta ... ..4! In CaiirfNee Nile Phone i Jensen Beach 'J Beauty hop
I I June 23 vath Mrs. Belle Enos In mere ItS poundsA of Chrbt. BeteRtlst, throughout thtinrM .11 PHONE HJIJStuai
: :
l' ,': : ('tiI>, West Palm Beach on Sunder. Julr, "4. L.ed 1'1 I. Stuart 347.J (I. 51. a Pass
Odd. Tot U 1 ta. 4I
;r.'l"'I.'f.' : I' William H Whllldey whe has lot of lunker trout-7 to 12 the Tb.0.4..1h' a... aroueh: }"tbs..N ..tthe
been In Martin County Hospital pounds--rhave been reported in 1..4 rt C,1A, ..t .d Ib. k.... .t
..,... .
: : I 1k. .h.lt b..lbw .* I '
for a week returned home improved the Indian River section! of the b.tw..e". .
"H\j; \ I the -week. Sun Parlor These big babies Anon the ..tit...... which oomrrlee

I, 'f Mr. and Mrs Junior Hodapp were striking fine up to the lull tho... Nbla L".o.,.. "-g.r 1'....taw.. I. t5.eat.I f.II.lw. .I.o.. son't. ..IraIhwe ''I I Uncle Billy I R E CAP't','

tj tj'I cq I are visiting her people In Cairo, moon but when the moon went as ... 41....'...' re'. I ... the Auto Jcamp sez. ,
'I fA WJ$ f' 'Oa. on a one-week vacation Into a decline so did the trout. Cod I will .......... taw, ,.., I ..IIIh.l. I YOUR TIRES.CHASON'S.

.i' II \" ; 1 O fj I' Mr and Mrs. B C, Hodapp andPatsy They're there though-and we'd Ik.. :I M'' t.1 ot elli air| uphold r4btpwp.i''th..hh (fteprooiMUe* >rokl.. >II... hr la. A.' .., Cork, F WUI.....).
,.: weekend advise trying for them in the ( 41:111.Srlcnco Mode Cottages I soar. vh.. ,. u.. rw."tb. '
to spend next .h.1lall."i. .... .
i expect UT::' Luw..S.m.. .Iao ssl'" CN .1 par ..... RrW .. .
I with their Children in Titus- early mornings. .. I.... 5k.. ChM so And T iler Court -Mat. ..
: fI, ., "' [l1t JcVENETIAN- vine textbook ouwe. "..len.. and Health A.lookln' back now, I cannot ....1".. ,
I with Kxa I Ihe gcrlntiiree or 5. how r
M. A. Williams Lester 'Wil see could
I Mr. and Mrs E. M. Higbee and taker: fcddrt Principle. and I lie, .Idea la I my '
daughter Betty Mr and Mrs F. llama, Lester Bows and Wlnlford one, and thla one la Cod 1. omnipotent., ALL C VENIENCEI feed us at all I She managed
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.d fled
> r BINDS : L Higbee and children. Vincent Jones aU of Lake Worth caught HI. ::1 I. ..,Ipont and ta.ie"n., I BLAIR' nd BAKER for eight '(Eacb one of'good I Servile SUtioa
and V. V. 21 channel bass topping 140 tb. L.", .din.
and Shirley. Mr Mrs. la adopted froaillv. Federal :
.. .. OW Dixie HI-' Fhana (Its ,I weight) and had lIi.hwa
we enough
Traso Manufacturing Co. Wortham Mr, and Mrs, R F. pounds In weight at fit. Lucie I ilinifrlfif 'OiL'11. Cod 1 ee : i
Inlet last Mneo Ill-power or BOt.ntr, ae.lnwtn. I: / J I recall! But now, if th...'.
'I lOll ion FORT riiac* 'Wortham and ton, Bobby, and Saturday. morning b.eel.d. ..., .II i.r"wow" 545a:11.
Miss Addle Lea Moore enjoyed 1 S .ajpll.. __ four, we're glad ther'a no.
I i I type this with a very sore 1 more to eat th !
a flshfry at the home of Mr. and up groceries:
,- finger!! Friday afternoon my ion! CASE S--I I we buy! For every mouth TPUEMANFcrtilVer ';

and I went up the North Fork,' STUARTCITY I y9 added means meal must be
gut a rowboat at Prultls Fish\ COMMISSION Golden Gate I ;
Waterfront PropertiesAlong mp padded 'cause th' cost of tb"lood
Farm and went down river to w
Spruce Bluff On the big sandbar Regular((Meeting Cabins & Trai rs is SKY-HIGH I IA TUXEl 0

the? Indian and 8t Lucle river and Hobe Sound, we garnered half a dozen' with pride you cope, for FEED
Beer Eat and >
M. s
B Ocean Fronaase new method you grope to AND
\ eJ I Mrs. Joe Backus In Jensen June 2nd i iWEDNESDAYS a 4th Bottle Beer Ser d spread precious .butter GENERAL (..tutorINSECT WPOULT

S? 23 honoring Joe Jf'a birthday, Sunday I around it may taste th' r tCIUEJ Rtat Ifs

i ,A ''w, be During the afternoon Backus Stuart City all' same but you KNOW it's a
took all the boys to the beach 21/ mile So. Stu/rt, 'Frame" STUART FEED i iIM TOE
I4 to stretch th'
o o r rRIytR after .which returned I e poor AVfc n ce
t tII' the meal they V. Wortharaand to enjoy Fed. Hightway t/o./ 1 :1:1I innocent POUND I Yet, while FtACLCR JACK JUAHTIN, I

r I i iC E. M beeV"e; also honored c I Public Always Welcome : people all over "Lire not tinth' '
for their birthdays Tuesday
< n'I tars. Backus had made MENY cut the costs DOWN? Why, NP( They stay HIGH -

I them each a birthday cake which I HOME BUI DING ER. 'cause "SAM'S" th' BIG BUYER, and keeps tb' things DockjSeawaf
they took homer' for celebration SCARCE IN YOUR TOWN' I

on Tuesday INK I Sam' eggs by th' millions' and COSTING BILLIONS s

t'i Mrs A. H Bursanl had as dinner HiG & ar' not to, be had by our GOODS I go to your store

guests Tuesday Mr and Mrs. I and pay a lot MORE because of this MARKETN' HOAX I I Boat H set
E. M Higbee and daughter, Bet-
WORTTHAMGeneral I Supply and demand does
1 not rule
+ e wan th' land a result of this
ty, and Mr and Mrs F L. Hlg '
s bee and children, Vincent Lee MIX' Contracting 'MARKET CONTROL' With methods nigh rude they All Type 0/M.r.! *,

and Shirley in, honor of her RED an Repairs CORNER TH'? FOOD-HENCE E Tiff REQUIRES FATWebOrdway Con'r hoe

son, E M. Hlgbee' birthday :0 RETE P. Box 832 ROLLI Ivan Taylor ,

Mrs. Julia Lane spent June 22 One BI |k West Palm .
In Salerno where she attended a City Br Jge On 1 The P. o-toE 474,
I stork shower for Mra.llm Brown AF: FORCING I PHO 104"Co .
ighlKitchen I IT Ij
Mr. and Mrs Felix Fine of STEEL Ji
West Palm Beach and Fine's
brother and family of New York +

city were Palm City visitors CONCRETE i :Uy The Best 1 I CRETE''
Sunday. Mrs. Fine is the former BLOCKS FRANK HALEROOFING

Lucille Baker of Palm City. Hereon GENERAL Found ions,

David Is spending the summer I rs y5'Blocks JSidi w5

j at Crescent City with his ST.EEL & ALUMINUM "LECTRICI. AUTHORIZED D U row Brick, Pw"
+ 1, 0 father who now live there.
I + n Mrs. Ida M. Ptnney and son, WINDOWS I. pliances 'pR XLAN Tile n

( It It I .. LeRoy left Tuesday on the e'' U ndry, Roof Re Fact
t Cabinet and II I amanappliances. sALts AND afar N airing in CNTIIE
I ) i Champion lor Arlington, N. J. MASONRY WHITE -Every ing
: Mrs PInney has not been well PORTLANDCEMENT I tadios. DAY AND NITS 511 So. Colorafo Ave.

for sometime and It Is hoped MARTIN CqUNTYELECTR WRECKER SERV CE I Phone 9141 and>Leave
t il r the cooler weather there will sonY SEPAIas
benefit her. She win celebrateher C Message 1 Ia DECKU
Phole 74S Fort Pierce I PHONE'914 I
90th birthday July 17 with PhonePITCHFQRD'S wN4raa.I j Box 8
I Stuart
; Fla.
her children.
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Listing of taplpved and Unimproved Properties Wearinpr Apparel of iatinction Fred A Stafford B I Plumbing & Stag
Throtthout Martin County Ii I ,

j ; CREAGSs sRANCHES, -= rV -= CA1V I R.glat -ed Sheet i FreW.t.r.,1' ,
t FOR RE T nMPUra, stgsds '
= = Civil E ;
".aU'l Potent "r..BlYer rrepertle Cottage Boat seer
... i. = arfl N. JATwLw Tw5..N
= = SeafoWHOLUAUt d A Dry
Jupiter Island -M-Seund Estate Sites. 1 i ", = I
: e d aRYAS. Last S cyst STUART LUMSING B"1!
I = Bait+ For SaleJENSEN & MET L WOltlts Jack Wf
C. B. ARBOGAST toart, | ends
I bawl' !T DUAJlTMUfT ORS i I EACH, x sN Wki

.eal. Estate WATKXnONT ,ntornnu lararaaee OPPOSIra 1T. a.ucla COON IANI AT COUNTY aloes Phone 2 M-I Pslonu, t,5. Nlsas M Y ,., s*
Pierce I
= 109 So. Second Street Fort A Pes
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