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: April 17, 1947
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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State Road Department to Spend $$1,261,464 on U. S.1 1 Through This AreaIn Pr Cs Board.5StateVtand ;t! '' : J '\t, I''

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Tri-County Improvement $377,983 on County ProjectsPush People allot. "' \ j,

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Widening of Highway, COUNTY ASKING ----- -- ---,----- ---...._. GARDENERS HEAR definite a/on in the past we* to request Rep Marvin 1 P '!j:. ': 1 1'j'

-r7- II, Rowell/and Sen Evans Cra p not to abolish Stuart Park wiI'I
Next Fall Board, flifl emphatically requited that the issue be placed }/ w : ,I
19 New Bridges by ROGERS AID, TO
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Long delayed I\,1lho, war year' heavy traffic and lackof I posed of O\c> Kubin, B'.OWlc-' on the ;proposed; ;Park Board bill I IOn Itl 1 1miimiim

and materials, the State Road Department now GET INLET NOW Mrs. W. R. Leach Reports on Cullough J lTil( 'Tfilinrrlii and April 1. 1947 a J. C. Committee 1. ,. r
men I International Exhibitionat George Edwards a opted a resolution called on Representative j :r', I ,"' ,'
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tremendous building for 1917
outlined a program ,
New York City last Thursday requesting Rowell and requested a referendum j !
Lucie and Indian Kiver of the modernizing I .
St. -a part -
In ; abandonment of the proposal on five! proposed bills, which ; i 1 '
of .U S, 1 from Jacksonville to Miami-':it was repealed Authorize Brief| Table I \ f 'I'li, '
Michaelson Subdivision Members of the Garden Club or submitting I it to the voters Included this l Issue 'aI. '
today by Nathan for the E.1 Plat I lot Stuart received ft word picture Copies of telegrams from the We felt we were not taking J i I Ij{ 1'", !Iu,' I I \

larry: State itaUoned Engineer Fort GETS LAST WORD I of the gigantic vernation-: three organizations: are published sides and were not Violating our r \ ,
lit District : ..County commissioners Wednesday on this page today. "No PolUcs creed to ask for \ ",
i af Flower Show in York I
Lauderdale: authorized. preparationof I New City In a letter to the Park Board an opportunity for the people to : I II :
The principal portion of SRD a brief by Price French and I when the club president Mrs President Paul A. Young restated exercise their franchise to Vote t, I II

plans are tor. Improvement on Ernest Lyons In cooperationwith Wlllaford Ransom Leach reported I the position of the junior am Instructed to say that i I''i -, 'I'
the three counties '
U..I 1 \ through I Chamber of Commerce which our Interest In the five bills 'f I :
expedlturei to total approximately O. D. Qulnllvan to furnish at Mondays club meetIng I Is'I a ,''I I
has called for a referendum unchanged Also that no further, i
Congressman Dwight Rogers on
$1,261461, :Emery .aldin on her visit at the floral : ; .1
this and other bills; I action is Intended fay this organization : !
with current data to push request !
Martin County alone, the SRD I exhibition. "The most spcctacular I j '
plans work to cost an additional for t St. Lucie Inlet', deepening single arrangement/ ." she "The Stuart Junior Chamber : j' : t; I
377,183, bringing the total In* I appropriation at Washington -, I said, "was a pyramid of 30,000 ol Commerce:' Young wrote, "in If the Park Board releases this (\ I ,

OMM this county to about $1 red radiance roses which extended general meeting Monday. April I letter for publication we would ,l. f i
l''j 14, 1947, Instructed me to Inform appreciate having It reproduced :\ -
640000Jjnerj. The county named Qulnllvan I I from the floor to the balcony I. 1,
explained that the to represent the board and StLucle I r It was breath-takingly beautiful. you at your request. of our stand In full" _, __ 111" ,I fit i'

tarn-county Federal ,highwaywork Inlet District it Port Authority "The exotic Chinese garden, --TEXTS-OFWIR"ES--TO'-TALI.AIIASSEE- j i
will be executed under tour In event that a local delegation I the colonial garden of 1847 and II{ '. ''i
rontracls: one for the highway Is sent to Washington to the modernistic flower garden. I '
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i aid Rogers. portraying the most modernistic Senator I Evans Crary Tallahassee, Fla I) I I_ I
over-ea Representative Marvin Uowell Tallahassee fla. i I
i The commissioners rejected at trends of 1947 stood out among

Railway south of Hobe Sound, I least temporarily a request by the It garden arrangements of Stuart Park Board in monthly session Thursday night '
one for a It-mile four-lane n John S Michaelson of Jensen the commercial exhibitors;' she I
adopted\ resolution requesting abandonment of proposal
l ilghmy running north from 'Beach for approval of a new said In emphasizing that the '1 !
abolish park board because its members and officers nerve ,!
rat Pierce to the St. Lasts
'subdivision In his community to 4s.. outdoors of spring weather was
county line, one for the stretch be called Coconut Way The objection transferred to the five-floors of j without pay and their Hole interest IH making Stuart more 1 i

1 If 1 V S 1 running through Indian was based on the com I Virginias I Governor William M. Tuck (left); presents the Barter the New York building whl h beautiful and more attractive as a place to live and theile' r I t
River County and one for A I functions rannot and will not be
performed by
missioners' belief I that rlghu-of- Theater Award and a Virginia ham U stare acres Helen Hayes I Covers a city block. city commitsioncrs "
toe U bridges on the highway The novelties of scientific advancement Stuart's board created of '
I way on. the adjoining Old Dixie In New York Town Hall "for the outstanding performanceby park WM by vote I
trough the three counties.
HlgbwaJ were not sufficiently were displayed by the people and if anybody favors any change we feel that ii jJ I'1
American actor on the current New York state" Miss
On all of these, except for the I wide as shown In. the drawings an manufacturers of aids to gardl n- the voters are entitled to pass on the issues: ,, I':' j
bridge contract'Emery said the Michaelson submitted for_ the Hsyes Is now appearing en Broadway In "Happy Birthday'Watching Ing,'she said, and It was surprising '.
'ederal Government assumes SOw R. V. TAYLOR I commissioners' Inspection, the presentation h Bob Porterfleld, founder of the! I to see such Items: as electric STUART PARK BOARD! f 9i I 4 i't J
sent of the cost The bridge Barter Thealer, famous playhouse at Ablngdon VaSCHOOLSCLOSEO :,'
hedge trimmers, sprinklers that Mrs. II II, Jlipson\ Chairman p
ml will be born entlre- Commissioners' O. 'W Shlpcs ,. __ --' L__ I 1 !
expense Yvt. Taylor of Washington'smetropolitan and Arthur .'81ms. -- -- - ---- --' walk along the lawn and cut off
E and CountyRoad
T by the State Funds for theMt"t traffic police ; Superintendent A. A i7 LEGIONNAIRES their own water current along The Garden Club of Stuart in executive session adopted 1" 'rll r!'

> from share of the coot arc to had the )last. word and the "Buck" HerKtrwcre ordered to I ATTEND CONVENTION: with root feeders to administer resolution protesting vigorously any move to aboliHhMuart i 'i + '
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Cowl:"a:4- \ right w II.-.;;In an argument ,meet with Michaelson}\ .Wednesday hypodermics of vitamins and Park Board or combine its functions with any other body 1 :
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artificial She
Associate Jostle Frank frogs. -
with hopping +
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\afternoon to Inspect !the I I We feel that members of Stuart Park Board are giving time f
Murphy of the U 8. Supreme an array of new gadgets I
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site FOR MEETINGAll Johns Post 62, 'merlcan'Lealon and efforts freely without renumeration to beautify Stuart 1 j : "
Court en a point of law An request which she laid "added unexpected 4' \
commission approved
Pupils'ecilal : a attended the 29-h annual and fortunate to have them this service '
nee alto driver with whom Justic cost to the trip" and put to we are give e '
by the American Legion, i State convention In Miami which which commission could not and did not to '
Murphy was riding, made an use on the tea table the new city give our ; ,
Illegal turn, and Taylor ordered .. at repfesented the meeting by to Angelo aid In Tslmas securing schools la the county are I concludes with election of 19t1.I floral lamps in which a colored I community before voters decided they wanted separate I L. .j "" ,

Billedere the offender to accompany a building to be sold at Camp closed today and tomorrow while I 48 officers tomorrow. i blossom Is made of the electric park board Let us work together by keeping our park :1 ./' .

him to police station Murphy which the Legion Is .teachers are attending the annual Attending from here wire wires In the light bulbs board If you insist on any change whatever we feel we ,Jt t 'i.' !

/ Murphy thought the police seeking to buy and move to Stuart meeting of the Florida Education I Harris R. Lowery. Jr, C R. Tom- The club adopted a resolution, votirs have a right to pass on any such proposal r, 1'
Monday man was wrong In taking the A bid on' the structure was Association In Tampa llnson. Irving a. Kanarek, T. JP passed by the executive board, .1 I
driver Into custody Taylor due today Tslmas said. : Kennedy Fred A. Stafford protesting the proposed abolition GARDEN CLUB OF STUART h;
"Spring Frollqai-a-Secltal l by Insisted he WM right and the The building will be purchased which. will extend through Saturday Daniel W. Fagen and Ben Redding I ) of the Park Board of Stuart. t(

Oils i| of the Amen Dahce Studio rule book bore him out. by the county which In turn will Roscoe II Bob Brown, who had Mrs Harry Swlnglehurst presented I !>m'ctors of the Stuart Woman's Club unanimously express lid :' :-

rt Pierce, will be presented be reimbursed by the Legion. Superintendent been named. a delegate, was an Intriguing arrangement their opposition to abolition of the Stuart Park Board We 'H I ,j ,4(
I of charades, made of fruits
t 10e high school auditorium Estimated cost Is $150, Tslmas Rollins and nine others com unable to go. feel any such proposal should be to the voters.n I.
t I Monday night Proceeds will CLAUDE MASSEY said, prise the Martin County delegation A highlight of the convention I II and vegetables to which Mrs I 8u.bmltted ,' i 1

med to benefit the Martin --- These Include Principal was the Legion parade last night.I William Chlsholm contributed a STUART "WOMAN CLUB ;' ''j
; I Principal speakers for the four- life-like ID-piece orchestra, pom- Mrs. Karl J. Chairman \ Y I i
unty High School band. FIRE DESTROYS Erwin F Johnwlck, John C. Rirou I, 1.1
of fruits and
'IU Stuart children will par- DIES AT 72 COLORED -HOME-- Gray, Mrs Eddie Le Smith, i day affair Paul were H. Griffith National of Commander Un- vegetables.An posed entirely. Board of Directors:_._ __ :" : ','1. ,
'npateln\ the numbers. They in- J Harrell, Mr. and shower" floral
Fire resulting from Mrs Louise B. lontown, Pa.. and Senators April centerpiece \ ) '
hide an explosion \
Mr Annette OTDay, daughter '- of a kerosene stove In Mrs Charles Kindred, Mrs RubyK. Claude Pepper and Spessard L. of numerous cut flow Coast Guard Auxiliary Acts \ :' '
and Mrs. John OTJay.: Veteran Paper SaMiman, the kitchen virtually destroyed Loy, and Mrs Lou Hill Foster Holland. ers !In the shape of an umbrella, 'j a'i'i //1 l
na Cftbre daughter of Mr Here Friday Succumbs home county supervisor, all of Stuart, New officers of the Stuart made by Miss Hazel Laird attracted }
the frame of
M wy tin., daughter Henry Cabre; Sandra in Georgia Onle one-story and Luella Swanson In and .... J. Douglas of Indian. Post will be Installed April 25, much attention. Mrs In Peacetime as Well as War ))1 j : :;;l 1
of De. and Mrs. -- colored town yesterday afternoon town. Alternates are C. W Long I It was announced. Lowery Is Talmadge Wilson exhibited an .
liter P. Davey. and Nancy J C. Massey 72. veteran sales assortment which Il | I5 '" ,
t The double.alarm call and Mrs. Mary Ellen Manlon commander-elect of hibiscus --- -- --- --- :; $ .:
IJ1e and Betty Morrison, daugh- man for the Virginia Paper Company '; have become horticultural I
a "Too people! think of !
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many i.i : -.miiiiiimiiiiuii/
II Of Mr. was by the Stuart Fire :not'I + l
and and Richmond
Mrs. M. J Mor- of Jacksonville by with l her and her a .
Department at 1:25: p. m. the Coast Guard Auxiliary u a r I '
died unexpectedly yesterday who de-i
First Aid Course Hostesses arranged a
Damage, reportedly covered agency1 '
The program Is divided Into of a heart 'attack while I estimated llghtful social I hour following the war-tlmo Comdr Wll FOR POLIO GROUP t 11 i1'
'w> "Mies. The first will be traveling In South Georgia He by Insurance, was by business and program Included Ham N Mansfield of Miami told
are ballet and a was -In Stuart Friday, making FJre Chief John N Mann at $3.- Mrs. R. B. chairman of the Mar The Martin County Infantile I
the second Is of the To be Red Cross Man McCullough a group of 150 guests
'wed call at ooo The rear half house Taught by Paralysis Committee will hold I a
Into eight sections Ae- his customary! monthly Mrs I. L Decker, Mrs Ho- \tin County Auxiliary at the fifth ,1/
complete loss, Mann said t
News and In his was a the annual meeting; at g p m. r
"Parrying the dancers at the The Stuart was ward Neall and Miss LairdOTlflTY .
and considerable damage due to annual supper Mon-
use will\ be usual good health \ anniversary I Monday al the court house. R
Dolly Hewitt and smoke and water was caused In Robert O. Zubrod, field repre-
//1 Jack availableIn day night at the Civic Center. Election of officers, report of
be by King Introductions No Information was funeral the front section The house Is sentative of first aid, water safety TAX" "The Coast Guard does not cease i the years activities and other he l1
Dorothy Stuart today regarding -
curry. located on the west side of the Items of Important business .. 'ie I; ': Ft
Sri and accident prevention service
IIOQJ Bernice Clark Alien, arrangements. street near the school house to function when peace arrives; I will come before the! meeting he' ''i t
director is a graduate of Massey 1 survived by his wid- The firemen were summoned from the southeastern area neither does the auxiliary." the Officers and members of the % '
Chalif Normal School of ow who was at their home In from a nearby telephone but office of the American Red Cross RAISES S1 105 war-time director of the USCG I committee are urged to attend t/ I ,.)
log In New York City. She! MountaIn. City, Oa She was a were too lat to save much of will conduct a IS-hour first aid temporary reserves and auxiliaries and all persons Interested -
JWd: professionally two former Stuart woman.. Mamie the home and devoted their Instructors training 'eoura In of the 7th Naval District In the work are invited Y 'e j ii !

1 and later WM on the atart Vhderwood, worked here during major efforts to protect adjoin Stuart Monday through'April 2$. The office of City Manager added, listing such peace-time J1' lC !
l.ery Thayer In Washington, and after the 1935 boom for the I ing buildings, i Former breast stroke swimming L. B. Runt reported this week duties as the saving of lives I / / t 1 Iii !

Put President' of nclng ,Florida Power and Light Com- champion and a swimming that $1.105.30 was raised on the through the prevention of accidents -- --_ a Rif t
teen of America:The daugh- pany and.The Stuart News and NEW PHARMACIST, authority of national repute, Zu- I0-per cent utility\ tax during and disasters as well as ; ,
Dr> and Mr. H. D. Clark the and Mr. Massey made Stuart AT BRUNER'S HERE brod Joined the national Red March During the month $78.80 emergency rescues I .
till born and raised In their winter home for a numberof Cross field staff In 1034 after 12 s .. Comdr. Allen Wlnbeck, Miami .
Fort w a. was paid out It was reported, ,.. '10. .... _.ar u 1'000'.4 .M I
years. Also surviving are two W. M., Stephens of Miami a year experience a* a volunteer leaving a balance of 1963.12 on present director of the USCO )ok. MS.ft, U. 8. wsaMt. Obis. ...... 'O

11II.. Alten" pupil who range daughters by an earlier marriagewho registered pharmacist lit Ala In Red Cross first aid and water* April 1. auxiliary of the 7th Naval District Gtr 11.11 ,II..LT.._..... ...11... 'tl
lCel from 1'/i to the teens live In Atlanta.Mr bama and Florida. arrived here safety work The March collections are which Include the terri- .......... M.nfwua. uv6 r.

K III*!" similar' recital Fort : Massey had been around Friday to take charge of the Zubrod also baa "conducted about $30 less than\ tor February, tory from Charleston to Miami, ...,. Ie ... .. 7e 1 Ira i ,.
rot tomorrow eight 56 ben.- printing shops all his life work- prescription department In Bra special programs for several but the April ,,1 balance Is more paid high commendation to ...... II- at....
tile Fort Pierce $Igh.School! ed aa a salesman for various tier's Pharmacy la the, Lyric chapter In Pennsylvania He than $1000 above that of March Harry Beckman, division vice- I..." .11. II II II
d. Admissions berg' Man- machlhery companies until 1818 Theater Arcade ; has been associated with the Red 1, It was stated, April is the fifth captain and past commander of ..' .11 .. .. ..1
Sill with had than Cross national1 aquatic' schools Flotilla 9 of this county and to .. la Xw 7e tld
Loon when he took a selling Job Stephenshas more month of the tax's operatIon. ...1/11 ,. .u ss
sous tr and i cent the Virginia Paper company of 20 years experience In his business since 1928, for five years directorof the members who remained on tqtn
thudrezt thru4h the 6thL Richmond before It had an office 'and plans to make Stuart the school at Camp Letts : USO QUOTA MET active duty In war-time and I' INCHU IN SAINPAr.4 11 +yA.

in Jacksonville, and for his future home. He Is living In ,).(d., and Is now director of the Mrs Lloyd C. Travis, {treasurer have continued maritime activities I ..II II I" It4.M4
many year he WM the com- the Hudson home on California school at Northwestern State. of the county USO drive, has announced since the war ended: II _.... ttt p'f' ?

HOSPITAL DAY pany's sole representative In Ave College Natchltoches, La the annual campaign Flotilla Comdr,Ralph Hartman TOT At. ..50 '
,NNED MAy 12 Florida. When Mr.. Massey died During hi*, undergraduate here will close officially tonight welcomed the guests and pre ..-,- r
--:.-' he had been with! .the company BEACH ROAD AND days In Chicago Zubrod competed ROBERT ZUBROD with the $750 quota oversubscribed sented Mr, Beckman as master-
tIonat Hosital Day. on almost SO* years. MOSQUITO CONTROLTO for the famous Illinois Athletic -I She expects: to have of-ceremonlea for the program ''THE TIDES
b \IDs publhs II invited tothroughout BE, DISCUSSED C>Ub: After being graduated district\ first aid contests and has I final figures available next week. Capt. Oleason Stambaugh West

Pltall SOUND POLITICS URGED; from !the Chicago YMCA College conducted first aid course for 'Angelo Tslmas was chalrmad of Palm Beach, Division t, USCG
dui. be pb&e"ed, j I MayAuxiliary Richmond. Va, April 17' A meeting of special Interest tn \W with his .Bachelor of Industries the drive auxiliary was the first speaker -w .
'organisations -
Senator Bpessard z. Holland to Martin' County cltlsens Interested Physical Education degree, he I and extended hospitality to the Hllk" ..< ... ntar for Bt I._U .hitei.nltiw .
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0mart'5' of told Virginia! Democrat : In ocean beach development -, did graduate work at the University and colleges, at ,well as SIMPLE ADDRESS Palm Beach County headquarters. r.tor w..k Omill'. f.MM'.! MM nth I Buntard b... II I.s.....

which last Saturday night :tbat lf the will M held at Jensen of Chicago Later he became the armed forces r AH contributions to !the national =-.::*. kik. w.d a M.w alt ...... '.
** charge of special ob- party wins the JHI national election ,Town Hall Monday night May S. swimming coach for the Anyone In Martin County who I cancer drive now under Members of the school band II. 11' AA.NI w. ;
of,th. day hero wUl It will be Because of sound Jensen Business Men association Chicago YMCA team, whl h won :1 I Interested }In' taking the (purse, way addressed simply to "Can. presented a musical program 4... ...., A.M.; i'.m. 1'Y'
21 to pbla'a ,roiral11 leadership and administration In and the Chamber of Com- the national YMCA championship / that they 1n turn may teach cer Committee" will reach their and Charles Christopher. showed la 11 11 Ma "'

to val\et\ the open house national,State and local Governments merce plan I.. 'Joint session to under his leadership others can get full detail of proper destination under an two moving picture films M A. .It. fill use fllS( II 114. till,lit, *
held last'year.'If\ was ot because of laurels of discuss Th Beach Road to The Recognized I a* an authority In time and place of classes by callIng .executive order by President round out a evening of entertain? Aprll fl44 11 lit IM*
Pd today' by Mn, Car. the put or blunders UM Republicans Inlet" and "A Constructive Mosquito the field ot safety, Zubrcxfcnu Mary J:. Shackelford'a& the Truman it was announced here ment for which J. D. Gray WM Atoll Ann :tt: 11 Slit sat, III IMImrU 7fIS 555

11If1 be, president. ,-- maymske." '. Control Program") ,served, a* a !Judge at 8Ut _.and ,Martin. un.y Red Crow office today by 'the Stuart postmaster general chairman. : |4 .._i455 14 t 14. ;:1J


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\ MCE TWO THE STUART NEWS. STUART. Martin County Florida, THURSDAY, APKH, 17. 141.i .
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"-- AIA from the St. tucle County work get started This ti ,

i it; 6th Grader I I the Mat district 17' The contest winner in there Miami will New Anti-Mosquito Apparatus Is stretch to urM paving. However have" and not,$100,000 full been plans to expected finished for struc-the, early line Beach lost south This month.work through was ror completed the Jensen Highway end pected On of this to September.be project finished the before tuojM n f4t l

receive a tour-day aU-exponse- but the project: U not condemnation proceedings allotment is spilt into
work, HM
paid trip to Washington to-compete c be finished before the end of !
Wins County now are under way by tor grading $111,500 for
\ I In the national finals with Demonstrated Jensen BeachMark this, year. Emery said. i county officials and probablywill and $90000 for the hew Phlnc itst!
\ $500 and a side trip to New Yort at Other than this stretch U B be consummated In a matterof bridge which will be >
\ Spelling Bee 1 through the three counties time feet north,.of the
't 11 ,City as the top prize. a few weeks at which abotiIW! /
._ The contest Is open to all students will vary' ,between! said S3 and From 24 feet the! the contract will.be.Jet and-the .tun __
In width Emery -
of heft -
10 --
yean age or enrolled -
t By( correctly spelling "ml fl In the lot to the: but northern Indian River County -4
\ I rhievous"> George Fleming, a: Othradct I grides More than l (2.000 In cash:: line to Wabasso the road will be t
'won the honor of the prizes will be awarded by :he 22 ft. wide. 24 ft. from Wabasso
1947 champion speller in Martin Miami Herald which I Is sponsor south to that county line and
\ Courtly I High School in the I Ing the South Florida conrpell' from Fort Pierce south to the GOOD BUYSliFive
i *iliuolwlde' contest Friday Joan I Ion, with prizes starting at the Jartlrf County line, 22 It. from
I and 14 ft south
Into Stuart
t firiscot of the 8th grade was. county level
,lunmrup I The April 24 winner here will from Btuart to the overpass
The next step for these win.. receive a $10 award and the Specifications for repavlng Include -
nm will be the county fou. st runnerup'$5. Every constantin a minimum of 1 In. of
ii')' the! High school auditorium the district! meet next month black asphalt topping but for
April 24 at 7:30: When two rrprtitatives will receive an award ranginti making the road level as muchas room furnisVd house with Urge nl porch and
from each!' of the from $2 to 123 for the runni'nip 4 In :may: 'be applied in some
ulicr schools In this countyat areas, Emery said. 1 lot 50 150 feeVin center of tojf. Electrically
Jensen Beach, Indlantown Sal- MEN IN CHARGE It was explained this work will \
I In the final equipped. Shrubs,, ees and Uwn f$2,500 mortgage
mound Hole Sound-will fuin The men of the Methodist provide another link
I li, the opposition. County\ Sup Church will have\ charge of the goal of a greatly Improved U, S. assumed. PV 6,000
l'" ,visor MI'" Lou Hill i ok.fr: I evening service. Sunday 3. M I all along the State east coast. can be
if II] bi- In charge of till content.1 Phelps will l lead the worship This specific project will link upl
The winner and runnerup and talks will be given by two the highway previously Improved -, one lot Ea t
i I'lIIn' thin clash then will enter member of the menu class from south of the overpass Five room furnisheAoasjAnd on >

to within 8.24 miles of West Palm Fourth Street, close, %f/$5,000.00.
Beach and reach north toward
ASK ABOUT THE NEW SCOTC ITESI ether already improved sectionsof 7'/ acres of land in ciWlimits fronting on rail-
U 8. 1 between Indian River
I Witham, county anti-mllMj"'co engineer, watcnes the array being fired train" TIFA. trade County and Jacksonville sectionsof road right-of-way jpLextenduif almost to,
name for Hew unit devised ta combat the mesquite problem. U. 8. 1 between Indian 'River
County and Jacksonville Federal Highway JtheWeit Ideal for tub'

4-llour >rrrnanent Display Rejected at leant temporarily 1'wan bated only on a mechanical An appropriation of tJOOOOO division. Part of ifis prop ty has been farmed
by the county's Antl-Mosqulto SRD TO SPEND also Is included In the 1947 SRD
New In Signs I
ial I ling Coil Ic Last Board ui a new apparatus manufactured difficulty construction budget for for years. Foa quick sal le the price is only
I This
unit which cost somewhat ment of those last
SEE by the Todd Company lees than $1400, lays- (Cnnllnurdrom page One! ) northern city limits of ImProve.// $1,200.00. Th a are exclual iattngs.
In Now York City to combat the I
I smoke screen on much the lame Beach with $108.480 of
CHAS. WELL I moHqiillo prouiem ncre The I i snoe funds except for the workIn voted to paving, $66.000 for grad-
principle as planes do In warfare -
RAINS BLDG machine was found to possess st. Lucie County above Fort Ing and $69520 for structures.
ONE 103-M admirable! qualities and\ rejection. : Mounted on truck moving Pierce and the $377983 expenditure This project Is to be financed -
about 15 miles an .mOIl- entirely by State funds.
--- ------- in Martin County. These I
I quito-killing fluid Is tired out in I The SRD plans for this county
works are to be financed by the
a smoke spray with I telling effect alone include $350,000 for Improvements EEWARD MAPP
IN ORDER TO ELIMINATE ANY FURTHER within a distance of several I SRDs) construction fund as outlined on the 6-mlle stretch )
hundred feet In its consi ruction budget of State Highway 76 from the I
ConfusionAnd Wtih 55 pounds of pressure for 1947 Emery said south fork of the St. Lucie Riverto REALTOR
behind It, the fluid Is pumped For the 30-mile stretch south U.8 1 and a new bridge where
And Early, Courteous Service; Cui Main out at a rate of 250 gallons an from Fort Pierce, Emery said the the road crosses the fork, and I P.: O. Arcade Bldg. Box 35 rhone 19
Ur ; Office I Instructed Us to Begin hour, although only 40 Is actually contract was awarded to the W. $27,983 for 104 miles of
I Reg> Daily and Sunday Home Delivery' of expended The remaining 210 C. Sheppard Construction Company ed paving on State Improv.1
.. .. ...
Is returned to the '
units -
operatIng of Atlanta who submitted -- '-'- -"" ---
TOe system to create a continual I a I low bid of $414,000. However.
,; Miami Herald agitation The unit has three I (the State official said this 'ac- ,
I pumps: air, gasoline And formu- cepted bid had not yet been executed -
I lation. The fluid to be used Is I either by the firms At-
I V. JF pumped Into the unit formulation lanta office or by the SRD In
SEWALL'S pNlNT PORT SEWALL flOLDEN chamber and out past the Tallahassee, so the contractor OUR FOUNTAINFOR
hot air compartment has not been notified by the
SALERNO AND rt LM CITY AND AJTCAS IN BETWEEN I Previously there has been used SRD as to the specific number
I a 5-per cent solution of DDT) in tf working days he will be allow-
: kerosene, but recent experimentshave ed on the job. YOUR FAVORITE SODA OR DRINK
This Sersfl e Begms Sunday shown equal proficiency at The contract for the bridgeswas
\4r r last cost of a 10-per cent solution let to the Cleary Brothers E'SERVE DELICIOUS SANDWICHES
of DDT In water. The unit Construction Company of West
rd A e 20 also Is supplemented by 300 feet Palm Beach who subminfd a WE HANDLE TH FAMOUS ALFAR ICE CREAM. TAKE UftJRTE A QUART
of hose. Neither fluid is Injurl- low bid of $197,484,40. Smfli reported -
|I ous.to humans. This contract taseen THE
} Customers in these arias desirfagXome d Pry, if not contacted before Sunday by i I A final demonstration of the executed by the firm,\Emery NDST COMPLETE/ONE
our AUTHORIZED AGENT / ease drop tTVl i to the Miami Herald Bureau Box machine was held recently In said and soon will be :font on for
572 or 774, Stuart, or Phnp160.J Stuart.THENTRAL [I Jensen Beach by Mark Wltham SRD) execution In Tallahassee ,
I Martin County Anti-Mosquito after which time the contractor OF T
I EAST COAl-ff BUREAU .District engineer,and Edwin: Sea- 'i.' allowed 21 days to get on the
,' I brook, an entomologist and Palm. Job COSMETICS MirflN COUNTY
.!ra I I OF THE MIAMI HERA i I Beach County anti-mosquito englneet The bridge objective U widening -
1\s ( In most cases to be in line
: Martin Co fy"Agent H.. P. Donaldion Bureau Ernest Tyner | ______ I with the highway widening
feri !
r r \ AS A>rff>DED SERVICE: TO OUR CUSTOMERS WE WILL DFUVElT' One: hundred and seventy I Iclgnrt'tte 1 plans All will be 28 ft, wide upon VISIT OUR DEPAMMENT FOR YOUR, NEEDS

fCt; i ItOH REQUEST EACH FRIDAY MORNING. STUART NEWS thrown thousand away every minute butts in are 24 completion Jutting handrails with the taken present off, REGISTERED PHARMICIST QI UTTOT ALL TIMES. BRING YOUR PRE'.
/ .
II stated Brothers SCIPTIO o US.
t J\!\ Emery
----, -_.". .- -- __ ____. ./I'ours m. _____. .__.___ have been allotted 190 working
I 1 days after their start to finish

Irii:! SUCCESS ,I the Emery work asserted the SRD has 1'

4 rejected all bids for the Indian
I River County U. S. 1 contrail
and agala will seek bids next THE RJEXALL STORE 'PHONE II
'Thursday Consequently plans ,.
lor this portion of the three- WE CLOSE WED NESDAYS( 12130< NOON 'TI C6,30, P. M.

f 'I",, STEETSBQArFS; Inc.g and county cannot strip be.are formulated being delayed until _..- -... --

I : month.AU the contract. Is let later this

t | of the work under these
I three contracts Will be under way SUMMER, SEASOSCHEDULE
.' 'ratulations Best WishesL'S by this summer, Emery said and I
I should be finished In time for ... ,
.F,. the start of the annual tourist I
Influx to the State In October.
i ELECTRICSERVICE However, plans for the fourth'i

: r I I I contract pierce ,are the(far work leu above developed Fort;I Offering Complete Line of Ocean..Freah. Seafood and Prim

POST OFFICE ARCADE The SRD's construction bud- '
PHONE 13 get Includes 190,000 for this project -! Western Steaks and Chops.
I In the process of building .,.
I the four-lane road; Emery said
many of the curves and unsatisfactory RESTAURANTOpen.5O
grades will be eliminated
HEARTY WELCOME ,so the project Includes consider- r

Ii' ; : able'structures.grading For, paving these and$140,0001A new : P.>M. 'Till Midnight, .Daily/ Cjhted :All tIDay Wed.

;i" : : TO consigned to grading. $250,000 Open Sunday 12 Noon 'Til Midnight

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I WE W SH, TO WELCOME TO STUART .., do Inc.. ...\. ylhmn I
were sea pb N nb he .aW ,
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and Stif'4DAY
be' .d .1 todo VENINGS'
MAY IIAV rt.a. so .O/la r.a
AND CONTINUED SUCCESS d-b.y r. r tw. ..4 9:00: 1N.
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THE STUART MEWS, STUART, Martin County, Florida, THCKSDAT APRIL 17, 1947 FACE THKEft 4 4a. 4l



e ...-_ 'BABE' RUTH STAGES COMEBACK ) Sailfishers Edge Lake Worth: 6 5 !!!i 1

0 BOYNTON-BEAGH /tlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMUIIIIIIIIII--- 58 SHOW INTERESTIN maintenance.(of, the club house. \ \. .


the affair(
charge of
A meeting of all members of Fifty-eight students at Martin :ii' 1 t1 ;: ; ''I
tt,0ecking the Martin Covnly Gelf and School C CE8
ero, took the quite ether k kt County Club will be held at the DRILLS BEGUN County High signified ''' ; .: t,
from Interest this week In playing "
MMriM Florid club house at S tonight. It was ''ij ,
b winter thai football for the school next Fall I.:
T1l was pr.cllOll1 SUNDAY AT 3 announced by President Fred ; Principal Erwin F. Johnwick reported 4 1 a
Nuoa,-mi winter! that almost L. Hall A complete turnout of 17 Bova Reporting at high This Johnwick felt, was, :' r }r 'j'i'i' :
and officers and members lire- School. Conference r .I
VA Europe .4 ,, .
k" England a good sign as to the prospectsnext "
eon an the south! the questediiiiimiiiiiiiMiii'iMiuiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiir. I Meet Near i he said not : : '
Il see the Bebee Gets 2nd Hill Win As season although ::1
htlfll end the> Middle West to : all the 58 would be eligible .1" \ .' \ l'
Stuart Stave In Loop 1111 first swiitminc Iran in
tor .U Sf that. tile ,
U. | t. But I" Florida !I. looking Lead Tie more runs to the SaUflah column. Martin County\ IliRli School'. Coach Charles Kindred who. '(P't : ', ft ft

..sit IA crop III bllt,1 ,01" J.F cl A double single and walk I history IN arUrlMg every aftcr- will be assisted by Joseph Mc- I1P {
e IAS't : ES LEAGUIW Coy said efforts to draw the STING INE
rec.il the tints the C rdl.st J. rc\ loaded the bases for Lake Woitli nm u thin \1'<'('k. at the Sunrise Inn up BAIT ,, ';
rae....""trained.! St.% Petersburgg. In the home half of the 2nd and ;ixnl lender ('lrC Uol1 of Coach school schedule are under way; \ t ))1''I.
STUART 0 c' tone and he expects to It
scored the first Rambler 1 complete smaWr then !
Ed Doherty JacK Smootherfnd
; Red Sox. 'Cie...... .1 e lore I tVnfitisnDillls I this month. i iI
named Ear :P.hob.. ... : : loos'P.ne..o run a< shortstop Shlpcs ( tn oilnullcclly under. other lm of eqfal test. (
: twop.nnsnls .-. sere threw out Ed BroIIdbf't.Carey'! The report of 58 for next fall Braided sw 1 processed by I
,, WM M..aw Field ..1 I .-00 .i Wily at a 1 lit/it I ditto but Smouse 1
asea 'R" Wad. 0.1 t .000 then drilled a single through I compares to 45 last year and 18 our ilo. c.rcfulimure ,.t
I Is/ enUiiii! >1it.lo over Individual sped. 9 .
a .
In the ....... a.ocb o. 000Wt. short to score two more, but showlnM I ,'Orl the year before.Johnwick said methods hi ; ,
fibs .000 ((inally 30 boys ,
Wor'b e a
rleil l..luj .. 4 quick fielding caught Carey off; denoted Intclfust In the team: greater art and ease ,1 II 1. ,t'of
trained LAST IIU"'AY'I.ltuuJ.n' first to snuff out the rally, I but this number' Smouse now GOLF CLUB TO GET testing de in nine \ll 1 I j t'

.like Red tT\lAItT a' La.... W.etb SMnerl..w Lake Worth finally knotted haa cut to 11 hone Include Dick PROCEEDS OF DANCEA tests from 9 50 Ib. I y :I
and Fleld 10 payol.a Ik the score at .>4 In the 7th when d dNORWIC
Till" 'Nn' e.aul4 _rt'". I Rubi-rti. who In expected to captain -!
f formal dance
U> hitter Fritz drew a walk sponsored by '
Ml ran i I pinch the squat. Ford Carter. Ed the Martin County Oolf and IN OMPANY : '++; :
Its NiUonalfte nil 11llnl 'Two hib'd an error in took and third scored on on Broadbeck a successful single! i Htmurd Jack: Stevens, Bill Country Club will be held at Ifr ,: ;1 't I 1:1

the !Oth I Loach. David Gallon C. H. Jlard- :
top half of the inning
to AI'' double steal This tie held until Sunrise Inn Saturday night from '
r eke was Gr nU....d alee F and a snappy double play in the 9th when Lake Worth wick. mvld; D mald m, Jim Hut- 0 to 1. Music will be furnished lWICH, Tu S ; : itl! '

(left teams to I the bottom half enabled the gave In.Bebee. clilnsin. Beach Brookii, Dewey by a Palm Beach orchestra for 'jlhGtt
Connie Mack Was a --.------ ------.-- I and Ullluid Wells led Bishop' attending club Sold by I' I'I'I
H rhea Stuart Sailfishers! to beat out although not as effective members and t'',
w 4 \It will bt the Mrtie Ullrf Raging a tee ,er* from i neck operation and subsequent illness Lake Worth Ramblers 6-5 as the week before chalked Barrie Wall B J. Auttbourne friends A midnight buffet sup- LEA MNG HARDWARE ,1 t j .j\ I

that hospitallxed him for several weeks, "Babe" Ruth Sunday on the Lake Worth up 10 more strlkeouji! but he Jim Chapillka and Bert Clements per will be served and :{I Ii 1
Ilgeri and. Yankees allowed nine hits, walked six Net proceeds will be devoted SPORTS STORES I'' I I I' I I It'
too baseball home run king. poaed for this portrait In New York 1.IIgh; School diamond. The f Idf L ; I
". AI tells you. In did he retire 1 Imm Dilute objective of the !'.l.r } 1. "f
w IW again City before flying to Miami where today he la recuperating victory was the Sailfishers' and only the 5th -- ,
Cardinals. will pfoWI> once Lake Worth without a IIf ty. team is the annual Indian River
Monday night was "Babe Rath Niht" at a Florida International second straight in the semi- :
It the bestnj
jut!st Petersburg However sharp Stuart fielding;I'Conference meet at Melbourne
,, spot on what l II left of thli league game In Miami for which a record crowd turned out. pro East Coast Glades Lea- helped him In a number of Instances April 25 The meet will be held THE !! i'bi i'

Florida. stands l P.t. I1' state' gue and kept them in a tie particular! In the 9th at the WoW Pork Swimming JINX '

lomiiutt. Uw two "leagues. and for the league lead. when the"double play.halted the I Pool 1 at 2:30: p "m. Seven events ,
rill .bane I few oranges. Stuart Drops Return Tilt The Balltlllt.era will be accorded Rambler rally before cleanup will be on the program and I R LUNCH SOF LINKS '

[fruit, tangerine "itrtwborrlesrtit an edge here Sunday when batter Jack -Bolce could get to Sinuu.se plan to have: at least SPE CI ''
not left wer. Boynton Beach losers of two the plate. I two entries In each. These Include II t

sehave/ liurti the yinkees straight, wUl furnish the opposi- The box score: HO-yd. free stylo 35Yd. II I ClICKE! FRIED AK SANDWICH '/ t .

done much better It Here With Cocoa 72Martin tion on the East 5th st. diamondat STUARTAN free style 35-yd breaststroke : 25COpen ,
Pelers- K H 5 0" !<
hid tone direct to St. .
1 p. m. 1.111If II. t t 0 I 35-yd backslroke. 70-yd free,i t
*plan of mini up their early A loose first two Innings found G.haie: Ih'': I 1 t 1 T' t style 10S;.yd. medley irlay and II : M 'til 2:00 A M d '

at dare III Puerto countries RiM 'endLateAmerican 1ads Stuart ahead 4-3. but the next 1."n'.Meerrtntu\ i i 4r < 1 a fancy dIving. I 3>/ Mi74orthn\Stuart Fed No 1
f Shcr.-dbl both six frames evolved Into H. Arm-U r .1'1'1'I I IDd i !
i him. The main reason .County High plays two by Cocoa I tight >l. Ib The conference; meet also is U CAN'T BR\T THE JINX '
team comlni ioulb baseball team has yet U) reglitei of which were completed by pitchers duel until the visitors I. Ik 4 I 4 I tW open to Slils Smouse said but a ,
.dinWt.ta..rd Ml Incite l IJ eondtlon-' .* In the victory column. Baffled by catching a Tiger off second In broke I it up In the 9th and man- hl .':7(1 a t I e 0Nuo he Is undecided on entering any

obit! lion ..m... Tile males .1.II .j stringent! pitching and subjectto addition three other Tigers were aged to hang on to win. + .. n.1. 1 t. d .I 0 gill. from here. I ;
buad up legs end armi to alert fielding the Tigers bow- caught off second by an alert I Bit Bebee, who hurled his' second Ikbeo 4 I -I It 1 i

at wind, to get ready lor the ed submissively to Cocoa 1-3 Cocoa defense so the keystone to ed the full 11th game with for a Stuart clean, open-single .-H.I.... "or "....s I.i 1,0 a 051 ; 1 TRACK TEAM: MAY ENTER: ENJOY YOUR DINNER i \: eMa
inn that wilt on beyond the here Tuesday afternoon In a re cack proved a real nemesis I u-II'04 f.e $hilw" I. nib, UEST PALM 15LAC1I: MEET! : \
Curl the home team all afternoon to left. He took second base on LAKE WOITH : I
in ol April. You get that on turn game with the up-8taters,
I AH R H .'0 A K IN I :3
a passed ball third on an Infield : ,
wd, not la the air Of traveling Losers of six straight now, the The box score: .... '-\ If a a 1 I Tentatively planned next
out and scored when Ramblerleft '
Hmrhklu ...If 0" a a e
The Yankees
were COCOA Tliiirsday Is a third trip to Went
TIgers' prospects arent too OUR GRILL'' h
> annoat.
4 e '
r..n. 1'
fielder Douglas muffed ,
1 of Ibt Cardinal this time last bright for next Tuesday 'when AR II H po A eGtwr : a ... If 4 e n e i Palm Beach for Martin County 1 ,
.. 1 4 IUrita I fly by Elmer Graham The latter Hole .l
t Palm Beach Junior College will Ik 1 } ..... a i l 1 Hllih SrluKil track team PrincIpal WITH
a t I scored a minute later when MarIon h* M 4'1's.
,: t : Adnn, Erwin F. Juhnwltk announced 1
e S I u
be a return Ult. However Pit m' t ,'j
5hnPf Too Early I'I :::6fa .,klo' Ib e I e 4 I I Tetter drilled a two base hit fV.T'ln. Ib .1 I Lt 4 tDo4rtr Tuutfiy The athletes #
U showing
lameness *...bir Ik .e I' I S I I past Douglas Ib I 6
lj m i full month! past u." and Improvement and may Wit//.n.// If .. 4 f t e e I Lake Worth came right back a 51,11! ... I I I t I J e 5 have continued dally practices on I YO UR FAVORITT/D RINK

i Dyer told me pull a surprise .: : ;; : : t : : 1 1I In their last Inning when .substitute RUUIII u a .. .- j I i i i. .r t. SKrlm the high nchooli fwtball field '

i the Cardinals were 28" games I Dick Leyda'tutojUn th':neat u. ........ .r .r'. :! ;l 2. 5no right fielder Hotchklss WUII_. ._ .1' e 0 eas add are showing much Improvement i i
I ot !Ike Yankees In late Sep. mound performance for ,Cocoa t 1 at inn 'a3TUART drew a walk with one out stole ... in the field events, John" CARRY A QDMPLETE '1 .
I 0501 f .
*t. Ban plaera I meet around and deserved a shutout u he I second odd tallied on Careys .B.llnl. for Ruuum In Ilk wick said. .
Sfuri |he Yankee* ego spaced six Stuart hits In AH R H PO A aanttb long double over Francis Williams' n.-Km for rrtl. In Tit Definitely planned for the j ;
= neatly ... .... ,, Line of Cftoice LIQUORS WINES ,
I of .6 I e I 1NWee I I Sc. hr tanlnnlTUART
i to the Red. boa, who arestale head A attempt .. squad Is the Indian River Conference ;
the first BIll InnWfes. fanned tb .... .a4 I 4 1 It poor plckoff I l< l>* III 1
rf to let another .kilting I three and walked three The ahle..a ...... d a I .1. by Bebee put Carey on .AK' WORTH _00' eta 0 ue "I-, 't meet In Vero Beach May I \'
due to saner training meth-\ Tigers threatened! but once over WIi.1nnnr re-e ab _. n... .1 e e I 1.ac. .i .i third but when Douglas tried! ,...Rum..'..balled a.b.e Io-'Itlll.. 'S"",.r.""< ml OnihJn on. T!',"Ller I. IS, Juhnwlck added.MACKEREL an C RDIALS .., ,
At teat partly Not entirely n. to him home he Tn 'hen* hilwn.berle.I f ir.I .
that period Howard I lb -' a I a t. tHen squeeze popped lir, C' .. :'wJ .;
I '
arsenal k if,
't I
ted Sox also much ,, I
hive the e aH.rdsk
However ,with two out In the v'f -.: : : : to Jesse Arnold who whipped a 8tu.,t I. heft on i /. BLUE I i
I 1. 1L '
< lull club, no .matter whereWinlm k a ...... .. quick throw to Graham to Lnk Wnrth T. IMml V pl:;7'i1'r Arum I, ,I 1. I 'J'I. '
a I I e
ells 7th Leydat third basemai Ed- Hoenrd II .. Ombim Stole. bu.. -ar II.r. I t.nW. REPORTED OUTSIDE ,
I ward Jackson threw the potenkindly Se- -. s II "a 'double Carey off third and end fry I. H. Arnold r W Inn.. j
cu teO Ne.rdbeY A d.na M..hklh :""" '
about theM the
*" anyone last batters grounder wild seen by laelnaet1'eK ... game. flr_T.lUr. IK>">'lu, HUM on '.11. I Striking tchcxils of his apan- Prepared by JHr. Aid Mrs. J. F (Mom jw
ant teterin Mid, "Who : Bowden 'oA ... .Ile 600 .f5TUART "Chink" Stiller opened the off the fc n, t, oft (
and Jerry irkenl I and blue fish
and Kh
first NtruekuW were cltya
i tan told yon" 10 or U of their over .Ot eon '-- contest with life on an error.Oraham' br Mrbvnl l t, kr llo a r I, I : I Il
followed with solid base 0.5005 Indark.ea e. Gay l ti.. t. nfr Nun.on, to the south of st.
biters Shlpes Russ mi Rum en J reported nd Pop) elton + 1
would fan off ID, 40 or 90M ,. bus bilePbfon : tingle moved him to ant In off L. WIII"m. ",
blows to the home team'stwo I. LrMa. Nhlne.' Ten 4 S T Innlnn; = uilo Inlet In the week. d : l ,
1 Who cu say how many ofnl score 1I..leb. Ea.nd moon- Comm second Tetters sacrifice pushed : sad t It I 1..1.... l... n> aNn I h" early
.. : 1. L. l.n.. fw av'O h.lby/ II t A '' Some uf the mackerel caught .1 i
bound back to where runs H'u..t' I. 111 on kw -Contqirt I
they him to third and Harris ,,;: .
.. Unable .1..c.I.l Gee.a. Low-I old I k> Killr I kr R mum I 1 tint.tenPN
H bet Who can \tell you how ,. Arthur Henry started on the ....... la ookv. ,to 0....., unto cry'| Infield tap brought him and ire,w Time/ t:00. topped the pound mark. Ic/ Cold PremiuAi BEER t
Joe and hurled ere ...... ----
OiHidno. the big mm on hill for Stuart to Rh/p/ ,. 10 Keener. elolea home.. '
>aft'Mil bet Their pitching wasgood dltably but was a victim of bad Lyde.. P. .lean,. D. a.rnu .. nlo. .,
Krower, H.nI.I.-II. S... enboe..egi Rambler mlscues boosted Stuart -
ae.ava ON DRAFT
I !lust year It was their breaks most of the time until he I. l.da a. oil Hurt .. oil In the 2nd Inning Williams M1 y
1 kilting thii wrecked them.'Ida. tired In the 6th and was replacedby W,... t. ....,boo" -II. Lee-to I. 5aa. singled sharply to start It, and "DINE and DANCE"SEYMOUR'S ; '
a end 6 10 a 1/
and i..rr Herr
a great LaU pU Wtllard Wells' who let In the ,
> "innlaee. .fr W.II. 1 and a 10 1 S /aInning. thereafter a wild throw; an out-
I l b ea bill.ft line is tie ball visitor last four runs A single .. Lo.lna y/tebee.-Hoary. re.ard field fly a faulty fielders choice AT i y
>k< cue before the war. May. and two walks loaded! the bases bal.--PO/non. Un..trnH. Arnold", a }E A
,WIll be I wouldn" know But and Wells' came In. He Immediately S.eko.e sad.!:. lbreuaea.::..Tine.-l N0. and a passed ball added three Lucie r erw1 .;,

bllUiiio In a alump la like passed Wylie Geiger' to .

Bob Feller with an oft year force In Jim Williams, Shlpes I $ I
*shams batting 2BO or Hal bad throw to the plate brought DANCE CONTEST TONIGHT, ORMERLY TOMMY'S BAR AND GKJLL '

trying to win II or 11 In a second run, a walk to Jack PRIZES TO THE, WINNERS TAS DELICIOUS OD "
look bow Elbe Ruth car. A VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU '
lot Pittman forced In a third I '

kt l bad Yankees Slot of to help many, but year It was a dropped throw at the plate on Dot and Larry Simmo a Mixed ks-P on Draft BEER BY THE; CASE X ,' t Y

be that supplied the spark another fielder's choice .let In r HEAR GENE THE SOLOVOX
''gaggle the fourth. Entertain
a much Ire.l.r'to Stuart stirred In the 3rd when
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the Yankees STEA gaiSEAFOOD
'"Lakes. or the runi be drive. Bowden who bad a perfect day Square'Dance Pan! Jones roxtrot Watties .
tilt mat catchea he at bat.Shlpes and Emerson Kra- OUR SPECI YJenoo
Orchestra Ttr sdays jeftl Saturday Nites
Moeeaa lift or let down the bier singled In succession with "FOOD"T
i ana OIl the mental! or bustling two gone, but Wells' forced Kramer Learn RumWjiturday Nites each SL OUR GIDEON T .
at second to halt the rally. has
C. H. Hardwick opened the FOLLOW TH RO FOR FUN:TOf OwnerMerriman's _ THATS TEMPTING

'ill101 PosiibilitiesYanbees Stuart 7th with a resounding t he' i,
double to right center but was TOOTSIE'S I r a r r eta r THAT'S DELI OUS :

ara tulle packed retired trying to stretch It to a LM UB
IiIIIIbiliU. Spud Chandler is triple L. Howard was retired and tI 1 N r .g g. THATS EC OMICAL Ii c {

Peat 101)11II011 Liode1l pitcher Keller. ,Stlrnwelis Kenrlch rap then to'Jackson spoil Le tooted da'a performance.Joe Smith. I 6 Miles. North of Stuart, Federal Hi-way I lay n' AT"THEBLUE I+ ne

to and othert have Although guilty of 10 errors Closed Sundays package G\ds
te .hl past bow geed they the two teams pulled off three 1 ;f 4
they are rllht. Wit JOY THE FINEST OF BEE GOOSE"When f
pilot If Chandler
and Bob.
J aril of the Yankees were not BUD EISER ON DRAUGHT ,,.,

!bat bane year Wjh-cliM handling VICTORY BAR AT ALL TIMES Your AppVte Is Keer/and,You Want A ,

tacnla. DTMMII and Corriden.lto Hearty, Satisfying wai, This A the Place to Come b

1OIaIdro'1! ** foe But Our Meals Ac Car /
boIIboU player and the spirit of You Get Courteous,\tten *a Service and Prices I
(hit gives you the TASTY REFRESHING < SS
The spirit or the Yankees, Supra Sunk OF Pr sum Bra s f, Are a ably .itlM4 itlM4L

to know. washed lan .... BAIT. STAN LINE '
1\0,wire t long way from the .., BEER BY THE ASF. JO TAKE OUT W

kK 2 be* lae4, to know. Id like lahiutle TheWorl has( BaiIGase''ins BIDS RIBBON bEER IMPORTED ITALIA AN/ DOMESTIC WINES
law 1511. t'd Ilk eght, to snd eon them': ling s other and DR JCHT YOUR FAVORITE 1 AS YOU LIKE I IT'ByAjeorge

as. d She null' the C.rdlnala ntronge. F terprooIby ICE' EAM .

'Dodgarq haw"d our speei roeee.sThIntI THE M INE t ROOM CIGARS CI 'E3" CANDY) W
\ '. orld'a Reco of. l Ol1b.Terpqn P 4 :

Ilarl Ltlck' Breaker") on s th lbteot a :Black '. IS CE. TO ,N SPA RS : .. BEER, LpUORS an\WINES *, i *
'land ma
bat a 'tag, in ENJOY A RBWESHINC' DRINK l". ..
Chandler of CeorglTru t, Pearl Line.NORWICH. tpOL OPENt 9' A. M.'TI 1200; P. M, 'ICE COTD PREMIUMSEERSGEoVxASPER }
teUZy1" 0lIa.1 spud AND ,
lime ghtlt| MAKE IT/ PRACTICE'TO \f HERE. !
M. wu sh me* .w aiJ ,M ICI, L CTO .
1 ?,elsrt.d"' "*IC.I... toll',,week the.*Veat' 1--. "' ofd by'' I I Jim iman y OPEN DAI/ 10)00 A. M. TILl\i30 A. M.

ae flag enM. katning, while':i running..a.a, LEAD G HARDWARE.and'' MARINE, IOM' Except Sunday c,

an 4k, lie Beldt4. short STORES Package Goods 241 OsceoIa7Ave>. 3 M17 /North of Stuar% on.t Fed.' IWry.

:t tr 4VIrh, :ba, sea I rp I that atilt;wghkedi f S RTS l }

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toQ+ rn: STUART NFIVS STUART, Marta! County, Florida, TIItJ1tSDn, um U, 19x7.

.t \ Ulimililillllliiiiiiiliiiiiiimiimiiiiiil, ,,/ 1 keep the machine from operating cook, heat and light our houses COUNTY U. S. BOND n1ltinlnllltinllltil6llnilliiltisn1,1111 1 ,, i NAVAL VISIT RECRUITERSTO DEURepresentaUves COTTAGES BEING ItIlL

q but when the operator with will strike next we must KRUEGER CALLS SALES TOTAL ,Donald A. McDonald

; Red Cross stepped on wet ground completing school ourselves on what to do $21,056 IN MARCH 'Obituaries from the West er of the ,Babcock e

I ;)' ::; ; "' the circuit-Bam! when it strikes nearby. I FOR TEAM WORK Martin County residents during iiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiinii, Palm Beach Naval recruiting office of West Palm Beach rUl'Dlt1ll,u ,

Rally It was not unpleasant\ feelIng It it happens to you'' your life March bought $2105S worthof CHARLES L, MORGAN will \lslt at Martin County ing five concrete block mi

,just a violent shaking which will depend on those around you V, S. savings bonds, according RITES IN ILLINOIS High School Wednesday at 2:30: on his ocean-to-rlver
;I' By Jonwyiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii nullified all thought Impulsei to meet with senior boys with i south of the old House 7
1\\ knowing how to deal with it, so AID AVIATION to a monthly report receivedby of
'f 4 : / / The operator struggled to make here are some things to remember TO A. C. Courson, chairman of Final rites for Charles L. 1 Morlan regard to service in the Naval at Jensen Beach Mr. II
I his hands react, to release the U. 8. laving bonds activity In M, noted architect and", art.lat Reserve V-8 and V-12 programs.It to the property
b l' "Why are you looking so machine, It was useless. The First, never grasp anyone to : this area, from Ralph, Bagwell, who drowned April S at Port was announced yesterday by months ago, erected i T
; t.. strange'" next Instant, blackness, and the pull them from a hot line Pick A resume of aviation historyin State director Richey, where he was vacationing Principal ErwIn F ,Johnwick. making machine: and dolt.of .
I ', ." "I was Just knocked over by following Instant he was picking up a Board, club or wooden Stuart and1jibpes for thefuture I This figure together with the with, a brother, George, and Movies on the submarine service the construction wok
himself The first he handled tool a Smith of entitled "The Silent Service" will self Mrs McDonald b
an electric shock.'ftl up. thing and knock them I Infllt around Wltham sales luring January and Febru- a sister M" 4
saw was the that had pulled off held the be shown In the school auditorium log her time to the Paiai
plug at .
l I ary ls'equal to $1778 for each Urbana, Ill were
; It had happened practically in Field hen were discussed by A. business at
i 'j present
Out as he sprang convluslvely Secondly, check all electrical resident of the county.This compares I nlvenallst Church in Urbana
,: f' f., plain sight 'of everyone in broad backward equipment periodically, especial P. "Bert "Krueger the weekly with the $11.30 which Is last Thursday
;1 daylight, yet, had not the con-! This actually happened. In ly after long periods of storage. noon meeting of Stuart Rotarians the per capita average for the Morgan playing ball with
election broken quite accldently, fact, It has, befallen many people' Finally, attend a Red Cross at ChUholms yesterday. State ai a whole During the children on the beach and RTIN COUNTY
I no one would have noticed perhaps and aa careful as we can be, It First Aid Class and learn the In telling of the current situation same three months last the some
until the machine I still I at the airfield, Krueger said year presumably stepped Into water '
repeats proper,treatment of shock R
victims ,
sales had amounted to $3 24 for when he attempted WEL RS'a
Just a little leak in the cable I Obviously, since we don't t know] In the last week In April its four lIooo-n.. runways are in each resident of the county. yond his depth -
I had caused It not good shape and said it U his to recover the ball from
to where this
t enough lightning which we Mr Robert Zubra of Southeastern '
.. ., .. For the entire State March the water. All
/ :' -'" I Area Office, twenty years a opinion after visiting many of Types lumping .
f' sales were $8980769 of which He was born In Mt Vernon
1II this States airfields that Stuart
teacher of First Aid and! Water
Safety, will be In town to teachas has one of the finest in Florida. $4.186,714 was In E bonds This Ill.1 Oct. 13; 1890, and with his N QU ENT
,' PONDvTILE & LIHOLEUM brings the total for the first parents to 'Urbana In his
: came
many as, wish to learn, Krueger, who recently purchasedan Char & k Gipson
I 1 active Interest In an operating quarter of the year up to $25- chlldrhood In 1914 he was graduated ayes

INLAID LlNOt UM AND ASPiHOT TILE FLOOR* firm on the field reported anew 431,850 compared with $23,084.- from the University of 318 g. rth St. Garage A
STATE FARMERS hanger now is under way 817 for the same period In 1948 Illinois In architecture, and for Just West of Dr. Parker's 0 eCL
and should be completed within "This increase in savings bond many years maintained a studio
I' 'I" I ING for RE$ UP TS, HOMES AND I 30-45 days sales despite'a' contInued high In Chicago, specializing architectural -

:. INDUSTRI TABLiSHMENTS He emphasized that all parties cost of living is Indicative of a prospective. He was
t: MARKETJEWS Interested in the field's develop- sense of reallaUon with a great an associate of Frank /Lloyd
Tile F ra CI red and Waxed ment should be In accord witha many people of a need for thrift Wright in Chicago and for many'
; common' objective: "to make and a consistent savings habit yean was his representative In I
I'Cr'" Stuar \ Phone 311 By M. E. Williams, Manager] this field flourish and be a real and the wise investment of the 1t3S to 1937 he was professor of : 'S PAINT
t tI'
:' 4 asset to the community; to avoid funds saved in good times or architecture and design at the
f The Spring tomato season In petty quarrels and seek true cooperation bad" Mr. Courson saidSALERNO University of Kansas, Manhattan -I OVER ; feP STORE ON 4T REET
11 f., St. Lucie County was officially ." Kansas.A We are prelWed to hanoJJ any type ?Job
; d opened Thursday with the first He said that conditions versatile\ artist and lecturer,
"? today -------- --- -
',:i' BRAN RD'S SERVICE GARAGE auction sale of 249 ((50-55 lb.i I make flying the safest way to' he had travelled extensively, giving AUTOM PAINTINGLET

'I field crates selling at $1160 a travel, at least as safe as the NEWS talks Illustrated by quick US MAKE TLVTOimCAR LOOK LIKE
GULF PRODUCTS crate. pilot's own ability to operate hit chalk sketches, on such subjects
The tomatoes were grown by machine and his ability to utilize I By MRS. O D. QUIGLEY II "Modernis'lc versus Modern NO JOJ>TOO LARCmOR TOO SMALL
,: L. New .\Used Tires "-->ttbizei Lester B. Smith and were sold the equipment he Is furnished Architectures and '''Architecture atea Submitted Wn ut I Obligation
j : to Jim Todd. They were shipped Statistics he noted, show or the Future"
750 20 -TVick
: TirepfflO to $20 by truck to Jim! Todd and Son In that today Its' safer to fly thahto I Mrs Jack Saunderaon' presi- In 1914, he married Miss Beth "W. R. CLARK Proctor.
I dent, opened the' P. T. A. with I
i, Washing, \Jistting, Lubrication Atlanta drive one s auto. I: nowlton of Urbana Mrs. Morgan -
; i A recent survey shows the Aviation in Stuart, he related I the flag" salute and a song, "My died In Stuart In 1940. In I
Op M. to 7P. M fields are making good growth, began with the establishment Ofa I Bonnie, Tuesday night. FollowIng 1944 he married Lillian Field-
', .' even D a i A Week with plenty of bloom and a good seaplane base here during was a devotional by Mrs man Dobbins, who survives him.
set of fruit.Growers i Fred Pedersen, a song, "Keep
World War II and"advanced .Morgan was a member of the
sled ; Mile SVof Jensen Bridge"TOE I here escaped! damage through the old airport laid out The Home Fires Burning; scripture American Institute of Architects,
Luke 10:1-9 and
a reading,
from the! heavy rains which
I occurred with Its beacon where the Snug and a member of the Universalist
"Little For Ourselves" The devotional
.! In some sections over the Harbor Development Companynow Church. He Is survived by his
week end. Some growers have plans to build to the present I thought for April is: daughter. Mrs Arthur Middleton
Unite to Find Ood In the Florida
l; COACH" reported that Instead of haying field which still is in Federal Dehon, two grandchildren, Son- ,
I ; too much rain they could do Government hands. I Parent-Teacher. dra Knowlton Dehon and Arthur
1 BEER WINES"GLORIFIE with a good shower Witham Field, Krueger said The following officer were no- ddleton Dehon, Jr.. of Stuart, I r
: NCHa Most growers who had plannedon was operated by the Navy during minated for the school year of his brother,George, and his sister -
i I :; picking this week have decIded World War n which some time/ 1947-48: Mrs. Jack Saunderson. Mrj Louie H. Smith of Urbana -
W to wait another week A ago turned the field over to president; Mrs Harvey Homlar, -
!.: AMBURGERS fair volume of tomatoes is expected WAA for disposal after processIng vice-president; Mrs Harvey
: to move In the market by the CAA In the near Shelton secretary; and Mrs W HOB SOUND WINTER
; ; OPEN 8:0 M. 'T 12 MIDNIGHT next week. Estimates on the future. D. Blanton treasurer Mrs. Emma RESIDENT DIES HERE

, Located uth Jensen Be Dixie volume run from 2000 to &,000 Dennis Hudson was program Kindred made a report on the -
f '. : I' Hi-way crates. Chairman The club had ( guests lunch room stating It would Owen Moon 74, a Hobe Sound Whether
V" fun
' I Tasty, Delicious FoWE -- --- operate all right for the rest of winter resident from Woodstock, garden,for r Fnalie a bust-

. .1 CLOSE ALL DAY MO YS EARL L McCEE IS All SAINTS' CHURCH the school on 25c a lunch. Vt., for the past five months ness of, it, cur store is'jprout' Jg values on ol
,. ON TRAINING TRIP ENDS WINTER SEASON The 1st and 2nd grade room died at his winter home Saturday -
won the prize for having the night after an extended moo supplies yoiYteedASee/our/ ig fresh stocks
i.f i. Earl L. McGee, USNR, seaman I The All Saints' Episcopal most parents and friends stand neat..Johns Funeral Home here
2/c.. of Stuart was aboard the ,Church at Waveland held the for their room. The Sth and 6th' prepared the body for shipment '
f t tj ilectric Cleaners USS Houston when the light late service of the winter season grades put on a play, 'Our Coffee Sunday for funeral services and INSECTICI S
cruiser put In at San Juan, Puerto Sunday and will be closed until Shop," which was very good burial In Woodstock. At kinds of pwdsr ggsld
Rico April 12 to 14 on a two November The church is servedby The,characters In the play were Moon was the owner of a i uctUI4t for irAf 0-4
r weeks Naval Reserve training the vicar of the Stuart church Attee Baldwin, Jimmie DeLoach,I number of newspapers over the abrsba, Cou.lf it fr try I Is.ses7elde .
an and PREMIER cruise. who conducts a 9 a. m. Sunday ,Verdi Mae McCulley, Sally(Mat; country the most important be- / im4. W e hive 'able
j service there, 'between the 7:30: hers. Bobby Long Jackie,Saun, Inl the Trenton (IN.J.I I Times and Information ck.rtl, and kJfc ties
FANS MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS and 11 a. m, services at St derson, Jane Penhal.*. James he Winston-Salem (N.C.> Jour- .. Lapse pat a egret .....
Rlrk.rJ. X. H"I04J.; ...". I b.) f.rt.. Mary In Stuart, I Barbas, Annette Smith Dale' al-Sentinel. For 40 years he
ATTIC T\LC OSCILLATING AN/KITCHEN "'..nk 0 5t....... mil How Ch.I1.' .. Motes, Casa Mae Scotten and owned Upway Farms near Wood --l' 't' HAND SPRAYER
PANS Knob R. INrIMa and,, A..n. B.II."k. !. LLOYD CLAFF SHOWS FILM 'Jean Johnson stock which Is noted for 1 its
., .d... I The ladles missionary society blooded cattle and horses. A positive Betio$ kyoay t hq
SINKS Lloyd Claff entertained the put on a chicken supper last I He Is I ,survived by his wife, +o W head firer". Pate art a Loa
( BUILDING PERMITS staff at Martin County Hospital night A Margaret, and several cousins Menised
large number attended luly tprty
TRA\ STAINLESS/'TEFL I F. La.tto ...;;;;;: Ports Addltlronerct .... Monday night at the nurses They realized
hr-k o.d ..j.,.,.... .... $42 which will be
.t home with a moving picture A. M. 40c sizeMart
il \ and / two ,..... ... .''''W'. to 1.1 II rt."On. ,. in the missionary society funds TOUCHETTE Air qt.
ilI (JB N(3W( ELKCTRIC .' ... ..., ..... film of a delicate operation on J, P, Wllbar left Sunday for DIES AT HOSPITAL .
X. B.
I _110.r 1I..1t. 0 ,Hal fay w-nare M' ?.tol'Leek a., a heart, scientific progress In the Pensacola to attend a grand Mrs Alphonse M. Touchette,
iVl/iIATE I Kmt II b. IT II field of surgery He also will lodge of the Odd Fellows 62, died at Martin County Hasltal -
IN STOCK FOK I DELIVFUYis W. W Mw G.nyuoY. Toy mi show the film to the staff of >
d.h; Mr. Wednesday afternoon ..f.ter
,,. H.0,. Hit., Ru and Mrs W. D. Blantonattended -
f t+nt w
CAL HOT XVTER HEATERS dl.Ioo. ,., .11...m.,1... mil npiln, fir.' the Good Samaritan Hospital In a Masonic convention a brief Illness\
I fh,ar pr.nt tuemUvf. |a.ss..:!' West Palm Beach. lit Jacksonville this week. With her husband. she had resided .

i' : m ap) .. Mrs Rebecca Patterson and at Ocean Breeze Camp

t'I BUMPER TO BUMPER SERVICE Mrs Harriet Allen returned to Jensen Beach, for the past several -
their home in New Jersey after months
MECH> IC ON DUTY AT>t TIMESCLINTONE spending the winter here with The body will be sent to GAP?
Massachusetts C
Mrs Tillie Hultz. for final rites, Gross $
:, Martin jtounty Electric Co. MO SWAY LUB TION Mr, and Mrs Charles Conrad Local arrangements are In charge S PRINK., Fits All(
of Johns GARDEN
CLASLIKE WJ FINISH FOR YOUR of Salerno Shores entertained Home, ass Sh LING CAN Mows
with a golng-away party at their She Is survived by her husband RAKE ,
M : CAR. I YED ON.R house in honor of Mr. and Mrs and a 12-year-old son,
DEMON BL/G. PHONE VICEStuar Roy E.!: Decker Other guests $1.20. $1.25 2.25
l 7 j \ 81APPLIANCES
were Mrs M. pnsen and Mrs ATItNTS RETURN HOME
I''j''j' ,( b ervic tation Mary Chandler of Salerno.Mr. Mrs Carolyn Wells Farley,
j', and Mrs Roy E. Decker of who was In a West Palm Beach HardwareBRUNER'S
: W G. RE ONE 9144 Salerno Shores left Saturday for hospital, and Mrs D. L. Williams,
\ their summer home after spending patient in a Miami hospital, both
the winter here. have been returned to their Stuart 2 OSCEOLA AVE. PLiONE
Mrs.. R. L. DeLoach of Valdosta homes greatly Improved.
Oa. called on Mr. and Mrs 0.
f D Quigley Sunday, .
Mr, and Mrs. Eddie Coolie and
son, Buddie, of Stuart called on
COME TO STUART Mr. and Mrs J. L. Terry Sunday.
I Mr. and Mrs Alton Powell and PHARMACY
sons Donald and Uoyd of Tam-
pa spent last week end at the '
EL BOATS home of Mr. and Mri J. L. Terry. YOUR AIM IS TO PLEASE"
Mrs Powell is a sister of Mrs.Terry ewC
Mr. and Mrs Albert Brown
and brother, Sebron of Miami FOR
WE WIS U SUCCESS spent Sunday here with their .
mother Mrs A. L. Brown
Mr. and Mrs J. R. Myrick of
Miami were the, dinner guests OTHER
of Mr. and Mrs O D. Quigley .
k r rA ra Mr, and Mrs. Chuck Hendrix FINETOILETRIl, .... .
and children Kay and Charlie,
spent the week end In Orlando By, Rene Thornton r"
visiting Mrs HendrU] sister and
brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs W. ,
H. Drtggers SPECIAL Lucie Long

TO Wade DeLoach of Valdosta, '
aa, called on his cousin, Alfred Note DOROTHY Gay Face CIAV Powder' na Rubirtstein
r Pedersen; last week.
Those 'who attended the sing Reg. $2.10 Size Dorothy GraJ

at the Baptist Church: In In- For *
EL BOAJSTInc.WE dlantowa Sunday were Mr. and $1.00 plus,lax' HUC CITE and NYLON BRUSHES

Mrs. J A. Allman and childrenJames .. Limited Time Only. RMAN 'and PARKER FOUNTAIN PED
Keith and Mildred, Mary
Clyde Morris, Mr and Mrs. Shel. INCTIVE ''LINES-, OF; ',ITATIONA

WISH Y SUCCESS r by McCulley and daughters Francy One andRE T o Pound HolliiwwortruCandy '
Clara Jean Verdi Mae and Mary, oxe*

FOR YObfi JEW INDUSTRY Mr.daughter and Mrs Charlotte Odell DeLoach Mr. and and STERED +IDRUGGK* ON,DUTY

Mrs. Francis Stiller, Mrs Fred UNC YOUR ,
Stiller and son, Freddie Joe Mrs ,
\ L. M. Arnold. Mrs. Fred Pedersen .
RIM TAVERN and son, Alfred and Wade '
DeLoach of Valdosta Oa. PHARMACY
Mr and Mrs Damon L. Silvers
JAMES and R MERRIMATJ of Trenton and Mrs Lillian

Mitchell left yesterday" after Ly eater Building ,, Pboei
spending the winter ,here,

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FOR SALEiilllHiiHiiiiilliiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii LEGAL ADYER.TISA4LRTNorIco LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ,
FOR RENTlllIIIIllllllIlIullIllllllllullliIlIIllliIlfl HOUSE FURNISMINGS -, t Animation

r\K SALE] White enamel: I, 3- FOR RENTi ,Floor sanding, ma. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiciML/itiiiiirjill: \ 1. 515cc ACIlO".baeu. _ _ ;.1,:,:""..OJ'.1.! OP FICTITIOUS INTONTIO0 NAME TO REQIuTER APPLICATION FOR TAX '

P4rbtrr, kerosene rango with chine and edger Rcflnlsh I LADIES! THE NEW bAMES for a sturuti.s Brir.ll amiparasuoy 1..1.. II r.:. AM II AlE I. IIleo"' .A' I I NtTkO ai sosrav olygs .5 to, DEED I No. li h1J

lfl [ .# n. Pint class eonditlon.CeeVlrt. your floors at reasonable rates. you will feature/ MODERN I IStEIE II IF I NIA R I A .. ".klnl uodeeul 5, adr (5, nonI lo, .1 '

l Mennlnf, 117 Martin Phone 10S, Stuart Hardware GENERAL ELECTRIC: KITCH I t. Command, to a IAIWI N I N 1<: I A I I N Ie: It :::r.: I I, I t'.OIl.1111, i.'hIl*15 yoel.w, 5rn, oilS.1 ro.IS Ct'S, A1.01 ,

Roa\ Phone 13'-'. U Co. U ENS. TillS J I/ours' for the It. Hav4MII. i she CIPret iooe5, ho god No.11. :
------.,.... financed Ironoun _D OR II M I at. 5.ote. SIr5Id., cc.,. ,..4,. of .

FOR SAof: 21 Rhode bland Red WHY PAY RENT for a PAPER lent through yon my pa"/and Yet,G.I. loans 14.. Bat IbdlbU of Uiraala. cranealied *- IS E NilE T II rii: A :Wt ,,I PthlktIt t01 oslO tO. 01,0' .on.oI d0rtI5000 ,::1cLt' .Z t

[ WORD ORDIN- PullettA G. E. electric washer. receipt when yon can OWN makes" paywit like Rent Enjoy Matt of(m runeIT bird A II A E E .1.u. .... .or'I''I' ,,0WldT5: chic I an is.

if*' to PER FOR 17 1 lretric\efriier\ tor, 1 T5-lb. YOUR NEW MODERN HOME living/i I a Modern home; 010"' '' rlII. IAIT. E L A'" EN'" A..n'_ Pined a 5o4 ,.sesI, 4. FlorldI Ill
MINIMUM SSe refriteVtor IS. 8pill 0 lAst pocty Iot.4'.tcS Ins I baulcoos I.I' I.
,. WORD CAPIU let 100-lb. I penny as your receipt This makes.. .It dom jfake C-E-N-T-S Cutiu .rnalorsU L AJ TTro1 Ell L1R1 N n. 10"n. .Imoa ', t.IlWI '
):..ins MINI'MUM' II! PER tOe FOR nails. II. 1\: MUter Old Dixie t-E-N-T-'S for you .Thee. you TK rent receipt .is your Lami. a oenIL EN I DEN Sri! P E y It o''h' j 151 NTIJII 0 SAUdIS,
highway, n\t to Auto Paint dre. true a home d.'U. so I, 10. I.
Dehon It Son. Dehon /come homo I
BlUg. At I : ApeS lv, 10. N I, 0 : :
11I.1 S IA TilL sir. I :
ADS.lIIIliIlIIIulIIuInIuIutI'uuIHIsuII'. Shop \ It of Theo. U torcrtolr .
__ April 11, 17. Ii, May i. you n call your own. ILPaessnslrIc. .
', DeIvJIs & Son Dehon Bldg. :\'Ihth.\::': BAI.A I''" II AtiElTs LF.GAI, A VU SOSIdOTrfflfl
; FOR SALE-BU \ LOW ON S FOR RENT Riverfront for 17 14 1. .'; fr'' IE" I ao': f Impl..
room Aprfl0. f ,..... &1.01'0 'EIIG or tNT T C TO 5EG11T05FbCTfl
lAftTMENTS FOR RJNIIuIuIIlIII'IIIIuul'IIfl OR MORE LCfS.: FRUIT summer also one Efficiency ti T RIF 101&1& IA 1\1 lLarn:1c-oc. I NAME
i i i uLaiutsred
TREES $5,000. St. CHARLES 1111 I ItimrilillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllLOST'A i l i : .
10 uuiIiiuuiiid t Apt. Reasonable, RlvervlewApt" ro.h mold "elIIc's.I No'rex Is OttI V 010CM ,h.t th.to4cIeoc4 .
CONRAD SALERN\SnORES. It FOUNDltIIllIlllllsbl5IlIlIlfl5llllSlIIllIl5I ,. lapan... Ie. M.k. nod, I" Montlon ..pen.. "' ..nn" ,od. ho 5,0,10,,. 01tbsIc ;:
tf.nlxed. __ .....mad 'It.: Oil.. ..m. ollloally CO. i'''. ...4 Lu, l0.Ot5, I it 51,014.. Aol.1I'e $ Q QI
; ; tO. RO.IMUI tub ,In. PcoIS. 'ntl'F DOWN ",akin, I 1041. SIll itnl altO th.Etclh ..1ho ,
---- .....
i FOR RENT: t room bungalowall OSTI Mottled black life-lime 4ft Sill of 01.,. "'. CIcrelt ('os. old C'S N.etl,
Units Hi work
L .
FOR SALE I 1,000 feet I electric kitchen Phone 1l6! Sharffer fountain pen. Can IV t.r.t: a ..Id .' 8urMirloldlnfveieUbla 41.4J. Italian Abound ou (Aooly, FlorId., ,, m.I55 if econI

lumber. I nine light w dow Box 147. be Identified. Reward for 'II il. ':,.theSmart : t't ..., t I 4t fcxlutonc': : poIlleetiao ,. '5, '.''lthi Iloll.nxsr .

1 1A sashes One new lavatory ne I finder. E. 'A. Mennlnier ir, aoII. .. 4 ccp.e I. Ciiua ol role I 44 JNorweRlnn mortal dl tiT" ,, h'so or.pcoed .

new shower bath. One t t FOR RENT: Small Apts. I- Slaart News, Phone 300. Onrnv" 60. PoomlU 4. Tompar. or rflaBSS"11, ,i, 0, bee1,. .1 Ri, rionid-, thai r111'i1
tractive summer rates. B, II. Koawoodli. apraadl, for 45. f nail' letter IncA. l
umbrella tent. Three cots smattresses. April II, 17. :. rn bloc. I 10 ai hs.Io.it or
of '"
Roll *
K foot row boa fhllllp", 615 South Cal ,nnla for "", okl.s It Not lrlct L BunkM hums "" "'. C I. 01, Nt H, LEGAL ADVERTISEMFNT .l .1

Firestone out.board motor. inew Aye e It LOST: Rank' safe deposit box I'' ALl' II. TCAI.? 1

girls Mercies. G. E. elee- keys. Keturn. to Munch Bar.her .. NOTICE INTENtION TO cGIST 1 .
RENT) Funnishe .pt. Port Shop. It : lII II it, TITIOUS NAME 'I
tile washing muhines.. Priced I 'pt
wall' Deilrable fof summer :._ LIGAI ADVESTISEHENorccp.
right for quick sale. See II L s.4f
ANTIdCOURT I, river. Use of >at Included IlllllllllllllllllllllillllltllllllllllllillllllNOTICES 2 [3 lloyd r
Miller Old Dixie
Highway Il UNPAID
% 1H-J./ox Z76. DdLINQIJNT
PARTdENTS tone : ', ,1I
April JUO, 17 I TAXES .
IT \RTU.ORIDA iimiiiimiimiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiii "

Will_ 4 AVAILABLE FOR SALE: Boat 16' 55" withBriggsStratton lOSt Rt\T: Di/iwUir* apartment SPENCER SUPPORTS: for wo 53 As ,ouotucd oipou lEnt, A'aior .teohilctIf ntbrn,.. :, ISO ;CIcO. I I ': 1 1P1OTldo '

4pIeI? Finished IlenselApartments Motor 3! 1040. o.gk., I, h.mh I.ou taos I '
Reasonable /
men. Menu belt. Luella Downey
11" 11socIIl, Pcrool Foitetly '. r r rI
h.p. I. W. Berry, 303!! Wed 3rd .sre'Iai.dfI'lSlO.t'lodI 5
rent Pho/89 er address P 1101 Orange Ave. Fort .,uosusdIctAlIllo
.Wl lione FACET 1131TINTI -_8ty *;;... _?,., ., 0. Box SSZJfctuart. It Pierce Phone 197-M for appointment -' ,btcc.4 aIlS Avu4 sr lit I let ci. eelS lnts phaioh ocOboWloe ; I I ," .

TeI' tf .,IwrtIsou, .u.t .1 .51,, cal.011cc. I ,.
e. '
tOR SALE: Highway house. CorV. rOR RENT/ % In private \ '/ "
soot __ """-" bAd.,, IS5 uooocl, .4 otpccll. l "
[ I ::1.-Ipeclallow B' Highway No. I and In home In /u-iii(% section. Rea WHY PAY RENT when you can 2$ ,'._'O "sos hlo uro heft', ,ho1'i '
njoy: diantown Road Ideal- bu lne sonabie/Rent do, nO icC, .oisot. II 5. bose, '
'mm" te oar large.o s Iwone 2M or own your own new modern 115 ,o, dl'ctlon k-vt set.' ocd blosittyqsIoouIdoo.o LEGAL, ADVERTISEMENT' t' "

eI( I1 I ifortible well- (oration, directly opposite new audrey/Box 112.\ It home AND PAY\.FOR i IT with ( l'' ,

,IliI& rnvite your trailer Court and Restaurant, your tent moneyS ThIs makes ':onttioet IN tHE COUNTY june.r'i emily IN '
R/NT All
FOR : SlocurnVpt. AlSo FOR MARTIN COUNtY, ,
0 lOOP lii our fine, U.S7500. Inquire Shaw 168 C-E-N-T-S to )'ou. See Dehon 1" I"I.lee--'f, ,p000n.cdIs IO.ORII5A, Ar m't' .
dec /c kitchen 5 \Bryant ,
,ge lurium looking the Cleveland Ave today. Dehon Bldg Stuart J3 OIIOI.fIare.lII, ''teth.im,
Isr0llt, 0,15 ISo flc.i coolS, 'I,
Ave. 'hone 139-J. It "I INPRORATI ;
II 17. '
,ut ci SI. ci. Rive/ April Florida ,

without I lh but with WO /RENTlExtra-conifo. be, April 10, 17, 2*> May 1. ir RrVsTATit :' ,
l it and ret rooms at b idernly furnished twoI I- (.rllHUI *, I.IHHSIt obo toapu I I
disposal. S let! SIMII Stuart News. 1 tff PAY RENT for a FAPFK ; C, I Dl.c. N., I J-.ioo) Ueo IV blbbi. ) 1,5't
with comb '
urn apartment,
receipt when you ran OWN It, 0. ee, 101115, I'. 0 0.17 lier,
dst, per we*. Double Alton dining and living noon' t It.
411..I arc
OR SALE S roll
porch shades
icy, $1 perlclay, (IIi lkan cook stove, heat, hot abl l..IIr,.& Hr'o It? NdVc TO CREDITO 't"j <
wood slats fixtures all In
good as your receipt. This makes '4 OI.o.b Adrw IC neI.'Willkltr'cc. '
Week. shape. Dunrovin, 171 st. Lucie /cold water, electric refrlgera- '-E-N-t.S for Theo. /T 6, 0.0? no AL!. ( tilTOt5 AND 0. PER. j I i
f ".11. 5)154 HAVI l ClaIM) OIl '0,5451,0
Rut private I It. SI. lion, airy 19 window. See HlI', T. a tics .
Crescent. :hon V Son. Dehon Bldg. l'o.ko.o.. A AGAINST 0 I EaTATE ,
14, $KJ per day April Apr 10"17, t4 May I. 01.1. vi, sod "S 01 ,y. an hr I ,
1:2.-! C Co4. No 5 lSbaetlI
et Deuole.eceui $3 : : write St. Loch Crescent, 111 aclIrkS ut-I ,n5w4 pt.c no.o, I 1\

day or J1S per w SECOND HAND swivel chh. Stuart. It 'illlllllimilliilllllllliiillllllllllllllllllllREALtLSTATE ''d.c.. W, On? .Olm, aud Sits. l, vi. ton. Pt '115., 11
lt 150.00 00 750. 0OP '0 "t IS. kI,00 1-" I '
kill; of hot water,, At ool- See them now at Stuart NI'ftC, WIlY PAY RENT when you can FOR SALEiiiiiiiiiiiiirniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiii w: C.. Cos.Diet. if Ot-ce. 0. C -, kvoooio OttO. I, : \
4 lustS)
_ 0. GIbSo Scorn I In 51 5.011 1 Ill
Ml _
ISteR. W. CraIMH .ttt '
ic flee. fit own your own, new, -
/ 'Il-dr.. 1.5". toss Cosoly, i'iseId.. t H.,. AcIho It. t) 4 4clsl
I15S. lI home AND PAT FOIL IT with : ;'":::--:::-- WllIi.o'. I H. 170.10 ,. C'oIt JI 01 Nai'tln Itooti. I I"f

inuiiiiiiiiiiiKMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilFOR I (OR SALE: Fan<. kitchen ln. your lent money ThH makes NEW 110M offered to Vets for I .to.. '" '..n..n c.. C.._. I... N I IHOS. BoloS) Coo sed,)CII,,Coot-h.0 o.n.h'.ofO,' I, M.1l5 ps C000le Is It., !
:11' ,
dew, table oscillating, adS at C-E-N-T-S to you See Dehon 61 days, aAr anyone may buy .....' .'.n In.''..... ,I>< 1 H,5r $.,tedI0'k' tulle LIS P1.44, clSi, ''I mOodo.ilt.. 'I Ihno ,
SALEUuuuIuIiIuIuilIlilIllllllIllUllllIllIillll tie fans. Martin Counl Eleetrie today. Dehon Blilr.., Stuart, their NEW. OVERS HOME. f"... I..... ('hrl.II." .lIh hIls, ..... 150.04 the 4W. Clor-ouhIboolbe.. I
hc, nf. 0.14 o. SeoMS. 1. 'Jit
Co. Dehoa Bldf./F/ione Florida I BUILT by TLKRB YOUNG. "OA..o'teed.,... ".d I., "Mn..hh c.. C_... 175,5. 0 (lodlonIso 1,1. tIn bee .4-,'. .4 IS c,10l..s.I If I ,

01. / tf April II, 17, M, May 1. PAY FOR IT LKE RENT. Yes.I : I .. ... ...1 I .... ".." ..d 3lbonlIloehlry .04 I. S. oc. .5 'I proontsd so i 1uloreitId .
,,, FIItST'iAPTIST ... I .. I( I.. "".. JL *. risctIitlahly .,o.odl. .
I SALE! Good Quality Heavy niiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiniiiniiiiSERVICES this makes beuuoou IIS 'u.... AT, .'''0'' ., ....ir.. J,71.. h0liol I IJr.olE
inmU, 2M for HIM,Worth FOR SALE! |90I, ricljfy carved will have MtIR IIOME RCV. FH1L MAXWKLL. .. ...... "o tI h. .1.l. ,", H. P. 00.00u.a.I pEncOsu.As I
OFFEREDIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIII lit RLCEIPTViMtead S ..ccitt. I. h., ,,I ,.".,,1.. j.. ..t uo.svlloc : Ad' .tcntuo n T .OitIo Ao, ,
>ide Chlcki ill W. North dining set-table, fx chairs, the of I .und.rIt".d. ,
., OlaolIluO I < km III !iMlMflr X 11.t.. We O. Soont n.t. aol, Is. it.iu of U... 0, 01510,
\\n. Baltimore 1, Md. sideboard, server, olblnet, originally i a piece of paper DdVt waitselect : a o. Mornlo ... l nuffrrliiK I 1. W".. .,.....i :Ilaldob I 0. A ,. .1.s ,r.m _. (lit. 0, IllIml
custom rfide $3001 / : 5.1. e. o. T..in''., u.,.. which Trulk' 4. tin> Oc, 00, i.el1'l It 1,71: gusT seco b'AI'l' II
plan SeeVheodore FNrlflULEGAL (
1. 4- June |l, Inc. lIlly FAT RENT when yo cal your ,7:11 p. a. ....1.., wuds.c.a iH'lk. .I5et Give phone numltr In letter own your own, new, sit den. Dehon and Son Stu%, Fla. ......, 10 onlotateud" .I k> 1.4 irf ."Wrl"'ll'0. .... 4. W. 1410l'otlor ole Amecics. 0.05 BsiIdii .'

SALE: CLEC.in ST B,I E. Tollman, ihobfSouJ home AND PAY FOR I with I April 10, 17, Zi May 1. ;[.tho,.-o...cteru.Wo,5.d.y r.. lbs.. eoro ., < t, 7 tTkcll Doo. n0" \
01,1, Oil AIlo.i lot Adolol tutslo C.T.A.
SIZE, $109.50. CASA ORERMS your rent money. This hiako Ot'NClL f'pe. tlf" S. II." Noh 0 lh'oneh Apt)) 14, j if j
rROSLET STORK, 'lOSt SALE: byJbwner l-heil'. C-E-N-T-S to See rho. ISO.. .. MI...... .ro, T.'..... It."r 1101Thotwloo. ,
roohT footing yon. 1 .- -...o0.Social SALERNO .. (ItO t.U ADVERTISEMENT
M IIIMAT1S WEST/PALM i. home India ----- 0C10
today Dehon Bldg fitnart, FIRST BAPTIST: ..1In.dJ
IEACII.rl River extend/nf to and Im, Florida. > Sal.roeT.LDT.H : n and annual C.T. LITER NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER
14 eluding Sava/iia. Casper, Eden News of : : I\\. H. SAKES" presidents will I .. ( '.. ,r In' Nurtln FICTITIOUS NAME
May 1,5
April II, 17, M. May 1BRASSIERS C""nlAt N ICE I IH HUOBY GIVlN hat tho ,
April II, 17,, If (onaartil.. meeting ,,,, ". >>... oder.Xned under Ike prqvjaiuna 1 .
>l SALE All honsrho/tl Girdles/ Health 00 a. m, Sunday. County Council. of ". 'He '
: food -
S Stuart Cont'dStuart 11 44 a. ... Moraln. __ ., ? I II
int her, lint servtH. II. L. FOR SALE: It ft. Glider house Garments, Individually designed l t ... o Vo.n. *> Asosrlntloa LEGoU. DV TtlllMENT .
: : I
diet. South Dixie Highway.i trailer, ir/y be seen at Sha- by Splrella. Free diag- ====:=0C10' 0C10 W.-1 .. .. .B .: r.: at the Salerno IN tHF CIR T ( FOil MARTIN ,

i hail, 51*. II dowlawn/apts. 301 8. Albany Soil Mrs. T. C./ Knowles, I.lit a. 0.,, MI'."'" .ro. CHANCUV cnUN1Y. 'OWr: FLORIU NOORD '* ,r

av*. or shone 53. G. L, Edenfletd [ Phone Stuart 3-WJ t( high school seniors who THE ; P-TA will I prpurnt It TO PEAII.liUIN ;1'I
SALE: Deep rediand, $2.H F/iart! Flu tf Joined in the 12th Senatorial : : as part of a G 1.0 I I I I'r
ALL 41-W STUART! Headnuarters district competition for the Port !JewellV 1oIn'11)
jail, delivered,frull rneaa- i Senatorial '
.. )
W. F u.. .. "
FOR 8A/E: Septic tanks, water for Snappy Service scholarships of $200 a I A'IHKLtN; : HAW. ,
it. (entail W. I. Fettway i Thiirrh' Srhool It A. IInln -- I

'", jr1* Store, flmex.IMUtiU tankV water filters,' bath tub, f any kind. Jlocil I hauling of : year for four 'years m Florida 8.nd.M.. (51,51 Worahll. ,:..05cidoy II ..(. GIVEN ",.... .r,, ., ..I O'dantlII" I l J JI.

511, 24. benujn ends, urns, stepping eIght and eniress. Slim- colleges and universities Included lI"h' :aC A. Currkl 100 KIh'I.o,' ( .h..
ntoo, grease trap, 31 gaL wa tell's Snappy ervico. Tele- I Ernie Rlcou, Emerson Kramer ,_, It "I. h'O ..' ...... th4s ore rnIeeIl 'I
sermon on 'Our ,,, ,, ,
rith.It S'h. of sir I..Id
it' >
an/1 hp.Ua- te/tank, cement table, cement hone 41-W. / tf. and Richard Roberts One colored 11 Cbonlond A.... to Church I>- III I Ii. ... above .nlitkd I "onet. .. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX .
C *ir-e oled elflnes. Aba w/rk, man's bicycle. J. Wen.ncjLhelmer. girl also competed for the atv. T. I. III"a:: ,10. Ion, ... OIled fc.ln.l' cit DEED 'I
BlellRln We Get ..... W.rllX Houaa Bill No. IMJ I 'J
fail., pump Ulmer Moi Port ,Sewo.ll.Aflrll PA4tOLL BOOK -NatIonal sys- i negro scholarship. Miss Lou Hill itsono. WIOto. Ooodoe e. at f'resbjteruncluy "i in,,Ik.,... .I".f. a..... N..or!: .. .h.r.fo br I NoTIrP. Is HI-ICKY Islet thal j .''' .
Cc. II, 17.. It s for keeping wags and foster curriculum supervisor L-I, .. Isari 0,50, .. 0. oklrk AUFIKEY 0. FIILTIIN I), 5.1, .5 It.
holr, wilhholdmg tax and social conducted\ ttte examinations at .tot v.w. .c...10 ..... 'p At :'h:: :" : :, r."J.. .oo o.:rkida '

TOUR Ilnll 1e..UI..t 01111 IIItIlblllIlilhlIlttlblllIIlliulSI 115 Security retorts, when you the court house. A scholarship .nl..h.' .. Ia..d.' ,. Ie C 11\; '; ':"" ;I"N :R "\; 0.1KNN..1t -4' "

bier,. Jto Bid" Phone LE HELP WANT! hs* II or more employees. Is awarded to one boy and one ..s::: .I: I.;'::;. .Iuol .. hd.. '" 'M c..... ...e'h ; 'l-
liiiiihiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiniiykimi Seelis today, hsk for these at< girl In each district N..I 01 'hi. ,'..rt ''n iko'CHr: wI '
"''''''', ('.."nt, of Martin 8UIO. o< Flr 10..
:: T'
-- ---- ttuart .. gplscopkL e. s cC I.uooon.
the Nrjvs office. tfROUGt .
YOUNC/MAN 'Ihi. Ill do of Morck 1147LI
I AU: Lift M" Bicycle, GO I R EAST lao w... flIS. uMvtN 10 ,. "r .h. ,cult. Court for Ma...'. ., ,
I) 01 P.010 TocI
Donald oth.n Ce,
eI A nunver of the famous Jisttle- DRY LAUNDRY Hartman went to Palm III M.., .. h.'c I," "I C"..',. ...,. 01 tlofllo.a. 0
eon lio. Eighteen: Irate divisions en in fERVICE Beach Saturday to take the UY. ,5 M. .-EN.ION. icd 10,1,. ,. SIII' R. r0it000YMrh ;:, ,,.401.l. tprepbe
l/i, R P. Donaldson, Box VERVK/E Tour laundry "i' li' ..peeoi..I| im.PHFRPBr (II, 07. A.ril I. U. n. it41.
/ MIT. college entrance examln. _. HoI ......
Japa Korea are ow aeceptirl wished Oh
:" c.refilly all Flat lIt-It ----- -
eartl I I/a/ it I 41 A M Ch.h '
a ations. given by the ADVERTISEMENT
enlistr/eiits College Entrance d'i: LEGAL
the of :
Work,V-heetJ pillow-slips, etc, Iliac A M Plrol I n flllFH
I i: G;; lou Jaro and'Jugs hand- | ked, keen />ung men Irene and [wearing apparel Examination Board of H.', C..'...,. oettitoc.l. II'' .' It' INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

t ill\ is. So' neb. Cliii.Caf for ser re In tho far East, dried for Borne Ironing.. We Princeton N. I. at the Gra 1110 011.1'. .M.Osontm.,..., Mullc i'.eb'". ,., luau. I 1 NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND.
ham-Eckel School. There : O4!. will i or''| 51 04th FOR MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA..tr.
1'fI0, Stuart, n.. Among tike great/ighting divisions can gil you two days service 27 high school seniors from were this ALL. IAINTSwu"td CleAt ('.11111 In KJ 1,1 IN CHANCERY NO. 1070 lit.,, ,n .,Irh ,,ctltIio on I l
I %e Soc /soled units Vluilili, i II, Il'rt.trtkml | BILL TO OEMOVI CLOUD FIOMTITLI '
and ) and deliver .PIllltsbs ciii oId ISO ho5rn0
wi pfk up 5i
area, 22 girls and five of '
as the l\it CsAlrr Division boys $drrith; '
: : your lai]n '. Use this eeono- I.'j;";' l wil FLORENCE IDA LN.I.ER. S01,1,11l ,
SA &: which .nIrt" meb
.. one was colored The ,
open boiit, now mecinli a In Japan IIFALITS 1101' )
; micah o V e for your family, Wee A. II. HsIy" ......., '1 1ICWoI
C "it fraft motor. Realtoy's the tth I p Division, on RATE l TISo PER La examinations were given simultaneously 'w't't 5 1100.'cce'.I the ,' ,Iy ).IWARIS GOSIIIAROT. if .1.1 : : ., : .
I at key points all$ over IIIIIT METHODIST ) C sac' .,I) Imets
Boat Yard. duty InfantrV ; tho 1th In- WEIGIIlfPLE'S WHEN DRY. FEO- the State 5... W. Go AISW... .,, h. IIAKt cIkos NOTICE TO APPEAR "

Dlvl known as the"Victory L [SLiMY, Phone ZS7.tf.. Tao Caurck. With oao Klorl Sills. '1110 OTAIE lIe ILO5IUA TO, .i Ci- t Coslt.I S I ,
51, DlJapan. bon," serving In --- Oso.oud No.lc, II nntcAod .5.
10 II
0 .>41 a. M. Snnoar *<*. <..? ,,II.d. 0 old.0, utS It bed.tonsoond : : Df5kOfl4fPI rI1,5, ; ,
Ot m'
William who '
A. 3rd Is
SALk ; aa Z5lh Infantry, Smith II"41 .. aa. Publlo Worahl' NOT Mod .____ .. ,
SBUlldiDg Lots or "Troplealso ig ilng Division", WHY PAYMENT for a PAPER now associated with his uncle In lee .. 0. Youn. People n-h,., .ouccl.d 00o I. oskit' ---u '
Lifi5 15ILot45i150 lift. .. .. Pablo Wor.Kte. l ... ,. ADVEITISEME .1 '
.Ilouo I. I.An.l. I. .cIon Ii
atoll the Kuster Realty Co. In Vero .
nil OWN
liil. Japan receipt |*n you can Ennlni Hour M.. : *54./INTPtiSGtTS.U ("5,1,, UIlf.'cIs I .11 ,aiknc ..poot.ol 0 '
nod I location Close A 1-year i e ustm t for duty In YOUR mW MODERN HOME Beach Was In Stuart Friday ...." ta batvo Ikelr. I.A iou,. ol.I oh,,. nonol tel. 0, oh.'V NOTICE v ho1
fht for sjaiek aale. dutir 50 IS. unoltu.h01bhcp ;
tho Onto wIIh able to This makes night to attend the junior-senior 0O dl Tos
I ee you as your lpt. ..",1... I hc I Iloll ('st, .d ittrhI APRIU 10. lOt?
'""Hi warranty Deed. choose on of the famous dl. C.E.N.S for yoq. Thee.Dehon prom at the Civic Center. Wcds.doylCO. p. .. MI... t 50 .. 0., M.045y, lloi, ilou Coo.c.'. 'p.t (n mud II. voyd necI, It.. NOTICE IS HF.firBY CIVwrauanl N THAt' '
I iBox 154 Vl.Iton olY _I.. 10... s I. out di ('lie t I* M ; a
Stuart Nlhln.
ylt .r1 4 i
vhlo and you n be a parttraining S Dehon Bldg. Ia IS uoy -.- .. I',1r4otyst. of 1041, W the RUIke ;
tf"kin Ii In .5,11,., .1,5 hr .),.lniI, and ait'tll, 05 e.5bu followioi dearrlbed kCMaty. ,. 0 u..ui. 'ei I
Of f 4J owIng April ii, 17 May L, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mtnnchan FIRS pncsyTdalAs ',, >l
IA: 06 Mole, hard mISc nltedSta I IA \ were Sunday guests of Mr Mln- I. 50. W..'. I 1tot 11,04 N., t. ))1'ie-, ',l.it Ocouliso. p.- aublle avleri for the klihlIke .: J: : '1e4 I I IbonuIIIo
nouble with
DO TOt have
20 nt lucre forever your nehan's brother David I C. A. CorrM.: e II ncd CoolS
pe pay Mlnne- .Mr
,, I
grill Contact W S. h oIbeooo In, .1 s ubm.be St.15cn ;: :
Then bee
hens rot fcvhg; moo .IM. .. .. urJ.r, Bck..l '
tUml 5 servIce, it manyaddi han and In Dclray Beach. 5, said,, ,,. ,,
p's Store Pan-a-fcn. family Cluk' Ju.!.r.Adult, .. i iMr gln.rt to ceO ho. of II aclorkof M. o,4 0 "jfl ,
57/ oal advantage1 makes Hess Stuart Teed ""- 0- *. K.rl. It.....,, AUral F. ifa.h ..ocsl sscue, al ,, 5.05,04. .,dill s'ti.yh P. M. 0, tb TWO Tb See 20 5 1
4. ; Store/ \ tfTRtTSSl ,. ... of Ixrti 161ri psetlai, holnn ,Ntabee to hi'. NAY, 1147. Tb. sri. toed 511- k lIlt 1 1sulltvmtsi
,ihIs fIne chance r the Maurine Walton left Tuesday Ch.elcson....,it,,Pclosct'. Acuity .. AdHlllraif .,r ,lht tIll. ,e "ms Is Oh. pitI'cIr ,- pnolisI to, sod oliMu. I .5 ,"
l"f 33evr.leincklh. you man who want o see ;S, elafte stockings, night for an extended visit with, I550, a ., Woe.hIp ..", ,, Uluurl to n.rmll, honAonft'e 45.4 5.5,,, IS. .wo* oft folhtwa, One I nAitS 1001 trt 5 '
; rnoM E. Wlllloi noISi '.5 nIbtyoso doYa'susdmch -
r.ellri'h 'C dillon- $300. dlsjf nt lands and fIll Sm kneef pads, ankVts, ete. Stead relatives In Atlanta. She hat Cl.... ., Lou 10 05 NlIoet ; ::, : : ;! IOc4 I,

die Shlflr. Sos 1M1 pof ant post In the pea liii, Driif Corp. % 'tf been. associated with the Tom :SEth,,. "ACH .wo .1,10 if II. a. r., eisrnhSe0l.fld nIltb ::00v1 : :: !
Is 5-oS N A, Stork ldON.
55.0 tO. .5 oo .1 PbbolIIl S. : I
A I Ask for details at' SA Collins Snack Shop for the last ..COMMUNITV .
it .. Roo4t .
sachut S. su I toll so IS,
.. .._. .... IL IL 1 I. 5lnnIIIIonrbRIftyu0
11 Recruiting Station MCMPIIT DlNALDSONFLdOR four years.Elaine .' SnxUr. ..k, /. il4l. *. .. M obovo VolnmlH Sb.I.ly 1,4 r unIt,, tn old is.hof I
Lii JOINING tko Innox-Uon of p., to ,nn .lond ,* 0't 01110I treat** onUIkooraoratoal Ojrserbe ,. I 14
'um 7 i Comeaih.Fla. Bldg, West 8ANDIN% AND FINisajfiNQ. Oonlom. Tilt: p.BleLl mIV I Io.,4lbd ..54COr ,, .ett.Ia ho. I,. itolI 'iRon, PlotIdu : .= ,
., sisun April P0051%2-5, r. o. ; Mastln who has livedIn --.-.. b.s, 4a. 145 0, vhl '

ION. ITS. T MAN S (04. _, & tf.WI West Palm Beach for several UN'o' PI.O Cur IUViTMIN7 FOR lorIs sise. nor So. lv wool, er.5.10 LUCI I IOL et 'cu.o CaRus C. 1111b"S..'' '
IMIILIGIITS! ) IJfl.ft. uiiiniiiiiiiMiiiiiinimiiiinfiiiuiiiiiiiWA _- years, hat returned to Stuart to : HARRISON U '' a AcT ,Lal., 5,1 I uohdll.lr '.0 sob ,100.10

_. .0 FOR JS T E DWAItTED ; WASH LAUNIKY, SERYonr make tttr home and Is living at 1..14 1 u. n. Sond.r :, F, RONSCOY,' of 50,15 Let, S or.SoilS.40. 0 loot T It olbotolIbe ua :

P SALE. ..? LOW. ,uIiiiitNlllluiSOitIitSifll P1571111 I V laundr carefully the France Apartment until hermother' lies ite.lni Wohlp.pamuv'ftsts II, ,I.u Otto hos Ouotb 5 t.oa Soul, l '
AT Raw- ished 0,, set. llco 0. Its 101 osO
] BOX 8S4 ONCE/-- clean and rtBirned to Albany Ave home la = SEMINT 0,5.5, 50 1?, lOIS I. Pl.oa a 1.pm. I.ob. jv so IS, .5 05, AuloD.. h
CALfI ,Ic Dealer C\\f\\ of Stuart V Y damp for bon% drying vacated May 1 by Capt. and N.e. liouod I' P.1* S.o.S Cm.tp, 10 PLAy UP PA CITY on I, PM.' '7 I,

an Int Lucre (/only- Write d Ironing. Wt wllJVlckupI Mrs. Ford Carter She will Vlolllu P......> T N c4 to BELL. Id., p II. rnm.do it.relio otiS pha 5, Pit. 41 P I ,s. 0-is. Ills.,. tIf
1,2: Tabl te-Ti Raw ih's FAD. 125-F, operate '1* 50.. .....r Sokod.lilt iou-n 1,4 0 Cisoly, it ta. ,.. i.k. g, 1,111 ,
Der-T 4 I deliver, and glvelnu two a "U-Washett Laundry- .-.. M ndM vonkl. ,I. Itkat. oora.-inl. ISO, ,il. ,.itpd, 1%

ft_ Like new. Call S IfSI .iP'P' %, Tenjpr April 17 ybnervIcsonthle' i nornl- ette" in the garage apartment CHRISTIAN SCIENCE : l .1 Ckoil tO \. ue.sso and Saethm.rioriala, Lawo 0104 Yo 1. so h.pohy0, I. I). StY:.0401 OIWIUPSbloc' 0,5 tO, Li.SALERNO. 00 ned P01,S 0 I 'I 5 .1 IC,lot poOr II I 4 t

WANTED:\ repalr.-fcrp.rt$ wet wash. Rate IcBer Ib.Velgh building on the Aspinwall property STUART ta.. A.'. ho Cleeslo tIsof .0 5 ne '
d when dry. Mi menu fell MroM \So llo It. Con.' rbncido, .4 ISo ChOIS Ric : La.N
on the Federal Highway and
lot lii's MeehanleW Servleo,' Stuart Ott., foIl, Cmtctp1 P10,15,,
*50. II a. m.UbbCHURCHES. MVVtM* : :a.t. mId Aota
a, Nut' 8errleo'Sij.fck OvposK* Btnrt undle II pounds. WET WASH Albany Aye Remodeling of $the : i'rlbea. loud $111 of N.e 1041. Lots 5. 4. 0. 4 7, 5 t i 4
ochol, ee D /per Ib. PEOPLE'S J UN- building and Installation of Florid ...OKIin. 0'' Ihc ullsofdtooo .0 'lb. a.5O
: 01:
Terms. See 0 11i to News/pm.Jl 4. tfWAHTBD OF CHRIST it' 10IchslIedtu hotobdousnor 1
DlfY, Phone SI7. 1 tf. equipment U now nnder way and "DocTRmc or : i itlu :*n :t out. 0. S.c on 0tftm.d hr 5us net tot
OotPVMlprnoiit ant she expects to begin operation Hkjoot W tk. '- I .... ..100. p ISo keel Oc. .5.11 hi pihlIuhIId mon u soot 'SJ : '
11111 IIblIffiIlllIIIlIllliIlhlllIlllllI i ) t T,. of 4ko I,, ?,.. 140 Meko to tko .,iiiii
wUI ko conS I us Chs.k.
i **: Ip' BeOaI Tsp fukHuro for OP.! asses Con- F ALE HELP' WAN of the new buslneA project nett SeloWlol. tkmckoM tkt w : : .r Fan4.:V,k. offleo 01 yl )l., I Roosp,5.e pnbd-h.4 le : "
Tug, hot Martin ,Go1f .
IIS Ats B ...... NS AND OKDRHJtD at Stoort '
Ill (fiiiOll101IfffIhlOHhlHlllilhlt 'YmS I.. T% r\arid.\ c"a
Qoontry Otab. \ tfjjefferson ..- ,tall oeaaa to SI.,. ..4 not i.idee4. TI' 55 55'. P .45. thlo Slo| 4af .1 f Morek llIk. < 'i! :
B WANTSDI Moe or'we Vr and Mrs. Ernest Davis who .. I.* lag. POMIROY so or ,,orry cosisilot O5hi
'11-51 County Florida sells tl>rt.rar IUallTl{ l. ": f ,11C4ucdR.Coin.. Nail LOCUT, 1.ORIPA '
Huni ,,. 4perebu espy records. Moat spent the winter at the St. Lode A..... tko oltatloaa. "' ; : I'ltAlNAIlg NI'' I'I t'gl a Coontr lImit n ,

balk, ..nN more watermelorv eed for com let401u band wrttbit. Purl Hotel and the Edgewater Apart- Ike Leeaoa-a>rmaa lo Ika. 1. ..,i K M. THswio .... .,l.LPosix .' I
tao. Blbrei AnA Ikh lo ah ."y.i, ire.. it. NAISSAlt,, A. 'if .sltCeotot..ldI '
I" 50.1.4 mercial Use than any otlvfcrIeuoWhIVntcdBtatcs fell ilesu It.eot. 15 71 meats, have returned to ,their aaeM, Tkat wo okooM NEWD lotltoe 10. P1,1.101, ebimi PknO& 5, 0000TOY itsacs.

.Are.de., ,home. in New York.. : aavo el. kal So* 4..us c;= ; '", 'Mf. AoeOS.ie.lO,1O., SpoIl 0. 57 504?. '

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AQE SIX .............. TBUt: STUARt NEWS, STUART' Martin to.." FLORIDA THURSDAY, APRIL IT, 1147.

I I t Florida Needs An Adequate Forest Protection.i Progra


I I The proposed Forest Conservation to prevent Interference
Bill to be Introduced I Ii ;; FOR STATE'S'LABOR' CAPITALForests Bills EndorsedFor b u
EVOLVESNO dispute In
i the 1947 Legislature Is. entitled: ,
< Favor These Measures "AN ACT RELATING TO THE lie utilities such as ttin,
I' PROTCTION AND IMPROVE: Solons service! was Introduced _

"J _____ 'I MENT OF FOREST LANDS are a basic natural resource ofjlorida. Theyare SURPRISES House Monday
AND ENCOURAGING REFORESTATION the only natural renewable have.
resource we _
:, t j, (01) The ivemlinjf hill to put a IdoJI t |> \\a( roaming cattle I OF DENUDED, UNDERSTOCKED Our State of Florida has the second largest woodlandarea Termed as-being--' of a ""con

((2)) The pending bill to Appropriate miffi<'ii'nt money ,
AND SUBMAR- in the United States; only Oregon has a larger wood structive" nature are seven conservation Tallahassee, April 17 (Ml.-
r toward I the establishment now of, Everglades; STATE
OINAL LANDS IN THE land area. bills which have been The first week of'Florida's bIen-

I Notional Turk I OF FLORIDA; DECLARING In Florida it takes from 15 to 50 years to harvest the endorsed by the State Game and nial legislative session spawned

13)) The pending auto financial poniibility) bilL THE POLICY OF THE STATE: trees, while in Oregon It takes from 25 to 30 years. L gg. Fresh Water Fish Commission enough controversial issues to SPECIAl

((1' (4)( ) The pending hill to knock out the penalizing( IN CONNECTION DEFINING CERTAIN THEREWITH ing conditions are much easier in Florida than In Oregon for Introduction In the current tie It up for weeks but not a

: documentary stamp, tax law, ; session of the State Legislature single major surprise.
And Florida has almost round while
FORTH growing
1 .I. (Si) Tho ncommrndatuui, of (the State Industrial I I THE DUTIES; AND POWERSOF Oregon has about seven months.year In the Interest of the citizens' of Of more than 100 bills Intro- 0 GRAND

; Comniisisoii that payroll (unt' 1l'lo'm'nt compensation I THE FLORIDA BOARD OF Remember forests provide wood and other Folrlda duced In the House and Senate
,;1 ) taxes be minced by some $, FORESTRY AND PARKS,,, many The tentative bills as approved j between the opening and adjournment .
fnno.Ooo'l for
materials the need of our people and for the employ
by the commission would: Friday 'nearly all
.. Litter and tptt'irnims' to, Senator, I Evans Crary and I COUNTY CREATING FORESTRY COMMITTEE ment of labor and capital in industry,and on farms. Strengthen the penalty lawi called for legislation that has HISKE

Representative M.ihiil 11 Knvull al'the \\Mit\ M' imllKtds IN EACH COUNTY In Florida our investment in woodlands and mills is by Increasing the minimum fines been proposed In past sessions

for thtM inuasiirps in Martin I AND -PROVIDING FOR ITS 175000000.: And our woods and mills provide 8,150- to $10 for the first offense and or announced In advance. 1/3 Pi
\ 000 men days of employment in a year. In to raise the min
APPOINTMENT AND AUTHORIZING some cases There are three bills to make 1 Pin

County_ t. : _,_.__ -0 ._____ .------. .- -- I THE BOARD OF In 1945 our wood products\ ranked third as 'an industry imum flnei on such severe violations the university of Florida and the One Flh
COUNTY COMMISSIONERSTO bringing in a total revenue of $110,000,000.Up such as night hunting, Florida State College for Women THE STAlGHT WHISKEPRODUC

COMMITTEE BACKS I WILDlIFE HIT I RECOMMEND PERSONS to now all the points have beeji! favorable so let's possession of poison or dynamtie co-educational, two to create a 13 03 MONTH

SCHOOL SYSTEM BILL WuhInglon! April 17 -Wlldlle FOR MEMBERSHIP ON THE take a look at the unfavorable side and why we must do possession or taking deer, turkey medical college two to permit 18- STRAIGH EUTAL WHISKEY Spin,

I. _.-- 1 "being a product of the land. 1 COMMITTEE; MAKING AN something to conserve this important industry for Florida. and quail out of season, seining year-olds to vote, two to prohibit
Tallahassee April 17 iTi ''I. Buffering In competition I with I APPROPRIATION TO CARRY In wildfires or trapping fresh water fish, the livestock from roaming at large
A bill embodying/ front of a cltlcrop' production Intensified dur- OUT THE TERMS OF THIS 1945 approximately' 25,000 burned 7- minimum fine being $50 and five companion measures to set BlerllcdCalvert W swm

tens program; for wholesale re-1 ing this era of' high- prices and ACT; AND REPEALING ALL 000,000 acres bringing an $8,000,000 damage to existing maximum $500 or six months In up"white primary"> elections one

vision and greatly expanded fintremendous, dpmand, according LAWS IN CONFLICT HERE. timber. This $8,000.000 loss actually means a loss eight Jail to raise legislators' pay and one

anclng, of the Florida Public to the Wildlife Management In- I WITH: INCLUDING SPECI. times as great or $64,000,000 to Florida, in harvesting, Provide a license for all per- to rewrite the Consltution. eloC" U

school system was given 18-0 ap- ,"stltute Since the beginning of'' FICALLY SECTIONS 12S23 jobs, payrolls and manufactured value. sons hunting alligators Perhaps the biggest surprise .4 PIt PI)

proval by the House Education It the war, agriculture has risen to I 125.29, INCLUSIVE OF FLORIDA These wildfires killed seed, small seedlings and some Provide a license fo rthe opera-' ot the week: came from what Old Tho 10

Committee Monday night. I an unprecedented peak and with STATUTES" 1941] AS times large trees They burned up an approximate 306- tors of alligator farms \ Governor Callwell did not say ReJ rYe 4.

.', Earlier the committee yielded ,over-grazing and over-cropping I AMENDED. 000,000 board feet of timber,which means enough to Provide t tee for possession In his 1000-word Constitutional FIZi'hm1nG&BWhi:
'. to the Insistence of Governor I prevalent throughout the coun- 1. The establishment of a system
)1' I build 40,000 five-room. houses And we sorely need lumberfor permits. message to Legislature, I
Caldwell and voted 13 to 5 to try, many forms of wildlife es- of fire prevention and pro- bet
houses today provide. license for guides for He set forth a vast programfor
peclally upland-game species tection the State in
trIm $3.200,000 from the 136,000,- throughout
000 annual State appropriation are not keeping pace. all aieaa desiring and needing That protected woods land pays profit, the Florida fishing parties expansion of State services G & B Blae bet I

recommended by the citlwns : ____ I forest fire protection to be financed Forest Service figures show that 7,000,000 acres pro- Provide t license for dealers and facilities .which would call Hill and Hi

I group That was the greatest GROWERS TO MEET from State and Federal tected from wildfires a total of $10,500,000 was received in frogs for untotated millions that could Old Jasper
be financed only by some Increas.
major change In the Original'Orlando! April 17 -- (tFNSI'j >- funds from the trees grown while on 14,000,000 acres unprotected Provide license for the hunt.I ed taxes Yet he avoided makinga Mt. Vernon

proposal, More than 500 Florida vegetablegrowers 2. Increasing tree planting only $3,500,000 was received. This means that Ing of frogs commercially specific request that any major
__ \
'j and suppliers are expect- and forest management assistance protected woods grow six times more an acre yearly than Proposed revenue bills presented part of It be adopted and he eiv Kin.,.

", j CRARY ON COMMITTf rd here June 16-18 to take part I to all landowners throughout -I unprotected woods. by Ralph Cooksey presidentof tlrely withheld any suppestlons, Kinr 4.

Un t a sound marketing the State soil the Florida Wildlife Federation .j Hunter _
"t. Tallahassee. 17 8rn- tat; Water conservation conservation and less damageto about where to get the money '
April ,, for the state The establishment of for additional Three Fe
ator Evans Crary of Stuart policy 3. wildlife all will be accomplished with a forest protection revenue are: Although his program met' herGuckenhe

I been appointed on the Sena hasjmultl I .million-dollar vegetable 11 11I County Forestry Committees In program for all of our woodlands that need and want it, A 75-cent license fee on all I with general approval qualifiedby or
Industry The occasion will be each county to meet at least
persons who fished for fresh
N,! Committee on Finance and Taxthe fourth annual meeting of the twice a year to advise\ ant assist To help put Florida in the lead for timber productionit water fish In :Florida doubts of ways and means to

t' ation which It Is reported soon Florida Vegetable Committee 'in formulating: the annual Forest will mean we must have State protection, where needed [ finance It, tax bill are slower GIHS ([ Y)
:' Will receive for consideration a I' and wanted assistance for A ft-per cent tax on ammunition than ever before In being pre
I I tt which acordlng to LaMonte ,lire; Protection Plan for the ; provide more management
::. : powerfully-backed bill for a 3- Graw:manarer. will devote much county and In general to assistIn small woodland owners ; expand our forest nursery pro- a lures 10-per and cent tax on all sented to the Legislature,

''I \ f per cent State sales tax, Crary 10f IU\ time to solving marketing I It'l the forestry program In Its duction, create more forest fire law' enforcement; and fishing and fishing accessories So far this year, there has Gladston
a 10-per cent tax on
U repo rted uncommitted the 1 11 and sales problems of the small\ I' county have an expanded educational program. rods and reels been only one-a. proposed 10- Barclay

I : :' measure. grower.---------I 4. Each County Forestry Com In Order to put, such a program into effect it will take An appropriation of $230000 per cent tax on ,admissions to
amusements and athletics
[ t ..... I' mittee will consist of five ((5)) from the contests -
1 ; I' each: citizen's help. The woods are your the fires are general revenue fund. On the tax reduction side SIDE GIN!
; : members, composed of residents and the is Statewide is -- '
1 job backing 'of
yours. necessary. the
I r i l of the county, Three of themembers yours ...-. .. ..- .-. MAIl CLASSIFIED picture, the Legislature
I ot each County Committee $1,500,000-a-year documentaryhas DuBouclett
: FUGAJE and GRE I will be recommended for er assessments (Individuals and LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Tallahassee April Dominating received a bill to repeal the I

Ii IiI ,1Ii I appointment by the County Com I Group Cooperators will also be mall being received here by stamp tax and to divert the J3- Hiram Walker ONE

: missioners of the county concerned exempt) to Notice apply I.11. it;: E I.,,.J., res State legislators are pleas to 000.000 seventh-cent gasoline tax Mr. Bciton

I ,,1' Engineering|| I "NUiii.. ue!! Tints, the remaining two will be 7. Nothing In this Act Shall .% It. in I.Ir themostsarr exempt fraternal benefit societies from general State use to county Vsl Winkle
recommended b' the :Florida be construed as restricting the at a ispoe"I a r IkeAs from the 2-per cent State tax on road building. Rip

I. Estimates S .1t.d Board of Forestry and Parks. owner of any land from lawfully !1L.Iful to at.. Insurance premiums Ranking There were Indications through

I ,_ on Kcqui I All appointments will be made burning according' to. existing .here. Y.VQW.. or W 11 I UK Qtsor 1 o.'emq. a- 1. second are communications from that hotter financial fights were

> ''Jj by the Board of Forestry and laws. "",.a jtpi,., I- opponents of a proposal to abolish not far off -- perhaps,over a
303 E. 4ih STBaCr least a the '].ad or"
I I" I, STUART FLORIDA Parks covisty. '44. INilatla : State supervision over party strongly-backed sales tax move Hfrseshol

I i r PHONE; 311Inghlest 5. A sum of $1,750.000 annually DRIVING, BEVERAGE "th primaries Third Is support for Soundly beating Caldwell sup

'f to be appropriated from the BILLS INTRODUCED of law. I. tfli.4 th Wi I adpso0disse the chool'IIIYltem program porters 27 ,to 11. anti-adminis

.. General Revenue Fund of the efft.IWARD. Qb If it* drawn up by the Citizens Committee tration Senators put over a rule PACKAGE STOPTHE
.t : - d -- -- -- State for the two -year period Tallahassee:April 17P< ))-* OF COMMISSIONERS.ussaiss on Education. requiring a two-third majorityof

July 1. 1947 to July 1. 1949 to A bill to require owners. of autos C P R. 4 MEROT.1 Chork.1.ty the Senate to bring out for A 055 FROM PINK D&Fr'Decoola

carry on this program. This will I involved: In wrecks to show proof April 17. me 4. I LEGAL,ADVEKTISEMENT /* floor consideration a bill that XV&

: ; Cash For Your C it" be supplemented by Federal Of financial responsibility for has been In committee
Net I. Is by
LEGAL W1.0" of
ADVERTISEffVThl /- rdni iiosratlon;
t' 'I matching funds now $400,000, personal Injury damages or lose apply sislillislure of F lotto friends had

which will be increased as additional their drivers' licenses and auto le b.mbr III- a* to It. .7U 14.p 3941 far tough for a majority rule.

; I MINU'We State funds are Invested.. tags has been Introduced In the Los ",fl te. ::11o.- of Ib 1. a.1-1(.11.Its., Ub.I.
House. A. At t I too Roe'd of
The Florida Board of Forestryand 0
1 am sitars" : I
I ,,1 can P f ardour car which Parks Is also authorized to A suggestion that the proposednew ,
fa seeing disstI.U "UZ
is as fywliere and receive and 'expend contrIbu- school law contain a ceiling Martin count Florida, fit.No .- w I STEAK HOUSE

f LAW tions of County Commissioners on the Interest rate that county ""M, 't I at,*salstirk Coast Csaiessiornar.ofistri.t. I be Ides.0-1. the daft. And id,I _old_Ifu1nistaff : PrUlidlise II

>; or Interested landowners for school bonds may carry was r .14 C. Yr .01sn".f.2 V"--, firm Insip"t or .., Zlislinit half that...a.. II I lies South of Stuart Fed. y
S CO. furthering the forestry programIn made to the House Education of the said 0-r ,of C" C-asi..i.. asess" or ft.i.t. assmall-ti.. I *
t 4. y an nh. ) to..pan elk wilhi" STEAK
their particular county. Committee. all I anPosessmal- property 8 'd "thentI any .d by staw HICKEN and S D DINNERS

I I a. Counties now making payments A bill prohibiting sale of beverage $1.hall-1 of Is 1'. aid 4 .Wista." the "Until sail, I.too. 1..p-t.rl IsUltdims pr. l- 11yotbf.M.01 uv Ii.ildow PLAT VCHHBeer. "ANDWICHES

I Fort Pierce Telephone 1 190 to the Board of Forestryand containing more than t percent youts ,by ty 64 Aossmoor *adtobi'll of buildisar pdJ.W IN nit., I, the: posossoit snol
a Hert.4 NY the nd Soft Drinks
for forest fire a UU to I
Parks of alcohol by weight to C ..tv I I -for of aid toursty.stividinor .
of t Co.
l !j are relieved of paying furthTHE minors has been submitted. It IN, -14 1.- half -. or Insyto of .#&.I I.I flat.1.-.Itl off GAS, TIRE an Q 'REPAIR
.. : slorssi only I t b-ofit of the she.ri.t
I Is the second proposal to plug a h.prol .- eollorfed a.therlitista on,4, proid W that 11 take
an 394oUNTY
.I I loophole In the beverage law I C, ty C.Ionsit"'noreL.r BOAR11 or M. to 3:
which permits minors to buy -Ith. -1 fi u.d. poll ,of Meru 1--ty Florida G. L. Dunning Owner
pesstetv In aor Bys'L it, I'ViEROYmC ,
i : DIXIE TAVEAND beer. me n as"rowssii.ff Aarl, i, it
If I.- or or law. inosoffisti .
rroith: ad Idiom --
W Noa -
..,it hall take off,

.r: :OARD I 'COUNTY"air Flurid.COX. SIONERS.
stp,J. R. POKER Clark.pril .
!I "I i I a May L
5 Miles North of F00R7A! Federal ay I OURSPRING

Ij QL1 12L: 111 1 1 Iff-M
,1 \ s now availaUe In a, April 4. 1 1. pppliesithat w1i made UP OF SUPEJfc'VALUESSO
WHERE YOU WILL FINjXfWASTE TREAT" AWAITING YOU. TarietUof tranaluce I colors let the Pows 01 omelet or Insia.Nation. .
i the Will
i SUPERB WINES ANDLJQUORS I PREMIUM BOTTLED BEER for th walls and eifilings of Its"IAs
z4h.,, HURRY
bathro&ns ft I 1.4.0 Dralst.
kitcheif, recreation ,
HOT PLATE NCHES also Diolt'l I., the
:; SANDWICHES rof ns, beautl parlors at if. all 4 of t laks'loners, of.old tt>N'T MISS A THIN
VED IN OUR COCKTAHjLOUNGE r rhu tile isw Disstri. to red to. ... sorti. ?
ruffintheiZ 1 I# Di.triolif sm. THER&
1"1' ssrprn9mafood PLENTY OF
is easily from the onera.tio" CHOICE
; pen From 10:00 A. M. ON WK DAYS -I
) cleaned Ch-pt & 76. L." of rlWe
1 With *mp cloth, of is and .."thstmv ITEMSXp CHOOSE>fROM
; I FOR A GOOD TIME VISIT cannot er-ifk, *ip peel or Afte, A: '1 L 41- IS, 1949; pro0dins
far I oa I Tty 9.2 fortiflealls.4sm ALUMINUM
sweat. ItMdurAihty meant lead. IN Is Diatrift A. the vsssloartim KITCHEN UTFNSI
y ears of teaJijr for your moat in bik Ossolls flasks CRYSTAL GLASSWARE VF&G-OVENWARE
HE reat"] a of ...it6011441's :
iomo or C% all establish lamIts", %.o1 LAMP SHADES
V menC J. so, a. r aiing all Is., inssomflid S OR YOUNGSTERS
: i BILL COLSON, PROP. Asphalt I in easy-to- BOARD OF I R14 OF RVEJ. ,
I' Clean Colors |n be laid on GLADE DRAINAG 18TRICT. LOTIONS/POWDERS.
0, W. U. .
'l our I bath, and kitchenfloors. 11,11INCK.Awill /And X.MANY

1 1041 ..
i ,
Wood fl be
rs an ex.
West Palm Beach pertly &d to b.-b Y a I." of MV.ti to'ly
san a finished. '
Directory to th. 1101111.1.1ant of t it.so STUART'
You choos the Bnd of fin or mooten 1. 1047.far the assestoof ,LARGB T SALEOf
neei-I poss-I I. take toosse
WHEN IN WEST PALM BEACH ishl plat |>aflita, lacquer Jot h to as fail."I
shefeaAsh. linez Ast .6 to pro'ble to, the -1
; THESE FIRMS APJUIECIATE YOUR DOM meet. disistribatiols, a a-
PATRONAGE bii*ions Sothe Ill '
or com tr-eof. All of Co. C-01- ,
.isof Kalil. C-01. lorlde, east
coats aref uffed. too rd sol'' Pwblitt o4sartos. .1
-see m Its To $94 as H A T"ORO Nor= "Sty IiI.I.Ptial = ,
Rule ,PiAup and fram 5 '1-ing I 5AL BAR'GASALE
a 7-toft --
IN 0. delivery,! "
serriee. Vacked a" .4 *,1d 1. Soetims. 660.18
mod &at. F takes"' Of 1041,
POOPING, E METAL carpets (cleaned onftfloor. or o"sha or amomi'sost. *
Carpetiir cut and Ui .1di be$
HEAT T T INGI'X shot be fas 7 0, auto TroaZZ: ENDS SATURDAY EVENING
OPTI a OFTONIXTRUIT11 ell"Unsto at dra.0 by the state ;
'A OLIVs Tt R FINGB Sandlif and poAhinfmachinlt C ptrotim, Id so )
loss hot use I Is to HIRHYcCLUNG'S
for rentSpaijrite .
Board of Cost y CcUumbs.1 .1
all-lao Onsets, %H",. me" 6, Ye.taissell .
prices trill t In a monswast food 0.snim.laiml .
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Furn and 202 Mt 6 on# 7990Hil ie Spar.brile's "If ulam bell lolies AiI

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Manufacture of Steel Boats Is Stuart's Newest Industry 1 1tJr:; :>. 1


I First Steel Houseboat Tp Introducing Men Who Manage 1it .f: : !

Be Launched in Near-,-Future- New ,Steel Boats, Inc., Here ; .J ''I'di; t

(J" newest.Jilted welcomed Industry Boats,. to toe and Stuart. this one GOOD(iimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiHiH STUART WEATHERIS Here is the directing personnel- of Steel goats, Inc., ('(:\ If.' f.". 11

curs building concern which will manufacture "homei : fll : .
that shows unusual proms' for DECISIVE FACTOR I.ipu.'I; r :1 '
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tiding Martin County' and Stuart In Donald S. Warman, president, who has over 20 :\ !: I I.,
'ttunohtd by a trio of enUr.Mnt particular I which claim the mildest business experience. Prior to entering the Navy as R '1' 'L
young men allied with a ,ear- Qund temperature In tenant, in November!11942, he 1 '
veteran in the technique! of ship the county, got a boost for their was Investment securities anal- in the Army' enlisting;; M a prl;* :' ( rJ' i'l ,
the firm objective li contention from Joseph E. O'Conner vats and ol ',a'' '
building, yst and assistant to the vice- rising to the rank J f\ ; rJ'f
earthy what 1U name Implies: ,secretary of Steel Boats, Inc k president and treasurer of the Captain' He was awarded two .. j a, f,' f r"f
steel boats, more specifically Questioned a* to why the firm Maryland' Casualty Co of Balti- Bronze Stars the Silver Star and: 111""!' i ':' I
steel houseboat which are considered decided to locate in this sectionof more, Md Purple Heart medal' being' released : I'' ;r4 -p' fl'fl( l
by their maker and de- South Florida, O'Conner said The ', fromthe.service I In 194T i I fr'i "
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sWnrlto be one of the sturdiest he and his associates had had Henry S. Thorne' of Darien, (, :
types) of marine craft ever manu- this community recommended as 'I vice-presidents, One,Is Stephen Is chairman of the board '" 'r j I
l firtured most conducive to their business Peabody of Fairfield, Conn, of directors Thorne has had long<< r d I IIIf, ,I'j'j'Conn"
Steel Boats Inc., moved her because of its fine weather The 1 I The other who Is now making experience in the Army Air j 7:: I 1 ,
se. the strong recommendation firm'* secretary said original I his home here, Is John P. O'Con- Forces, being a flyer In' World I' 'r1), t I i
of two representative who came plan to locate In New Jersey ner, formerly of Elizabeth, N J. I. War I and a lieutenant-colonel )y:. 'I''I'I'
10 Florid to look for potential were abandoned because the I Conner Is a veteran in the '. In the AAF Materiel Command I .kt I r" I ,I I
Uta 4n which to establish the weather there would not allow .' }" E r'-: } JC: w Lq .E.: 1'- ....' .."'" -.: boat-building business, with 30, in World War II. : I 'J 1
plant, and chose Stuart and outside work more than 4 or S \ \ :. .. years devoted to vessel construe I Also figuring prominently i In f ,f l rl l .'
often in preference to months a so two I tlon and electrical welding He the l
chat it year representatives Donald S. Warman and John P,'O'Conner. and vice-' Phillip' O. far company plans here is 1 ''I'I" i
president Harrington and
( light) Secretary
Joseph E O'Con- served In the Maritime Commission I
l number of, other Inspected were sent to Florida to -I Phillip O. Harrington of Bay, I 'a!+1/s 11
location In South Florida find a place. Their decisionIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII111111 president respectively of Steel Boats, Inc, and F L.Spencer of ner adjust base! blocks upon which the new firms first productwas during World War II II'a onne, N. / As a youth Harrington "
Stuart,Marine Service Company, Inc, (left to right) watch as built chief hull Inspector and has studied j 1,1 r-
Chosen for I location were three ,. ._ draftsmanship and' j
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Stuart Marine Service Company ollne tanksComplete_ eral coats of standard yaqht WORKERS READY FRAMEWORK FOR STEEL, BOAT East Coast In ship building firms ing ship-building firms for sev ( I l lleral i,
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which have been leased from living accommodations -: paint All window are sliding years During World War II I I
the for six people are available' The roof Is Jersey and North Carolina he was employed at this work ; \ '
tht stuart firm along with fitted for serving asa / 1
north side of that firm's north on each of these craft The boats ,sun deck I:i'E.ff",>t"; ; ,,( 'I ":. '!!> : \ I Secretary' 'of Steel Boats, Inc.. building Navy ships and teaching: .; I"'f' i' I\,$\' Ytl l tl
pier on''this land, the new have three ft. by 10 ft. rooms; I Joe O'Conner, who reportedthe & : 1. I is O Conner t son, Joseph E apprentices At the War'* ter '
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company has built its own marIne a lounge, bedroom and kitchen, firm, has many orders in line ::1':1'a in ship mlnatton he was a foreman" In i \ 'HI' : \
railway and last week com- heWAJ ft 4 In, of headroom i once regular production can get i'i / building since his early teens Bayonne, N J.. building tanker* ''I \ I I I
pleted construction of a combination is a magneslte composition under way, described the boat, :1'I 1--' Conner served for five years. for the Navy )) I ., '..I 111+* t tr
office and warehouse much like marble A which has a 32-in. draft, as high- r
loft by !l f I in. The offices are complete hot and cold water ly maneuverable and capable of I' Chamber Welcomes Firm '
In !the east end of this bulldfc system Is installed operating turning within its own length
from fresh water tanks havinga sirs ,
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Boon to be launched with'appropriate capacity of 264 gallons Toilet i when steel becomes more available "Steel Boats Inc.. will be a wonderful' thing to Infuse more a{ i t 1
ceremony Is the firm facilities include a shower bath boats 6 ft longer are planned activity In the financial life of Stuart:' Price French, presidentof '
first houseboat which has been The kitchen Is equipped witha for production here .rw .w..s lias ICI r rw the Martin County Chamber of Commerce' said yesterday as he i
infer construction for four refrigerator and a gas stove I extended the organizations official welcome to the community? I y' ,
weeks and heater which operate on 1 newest Industry e' '
Each such boat require about marine bottled gas The bed- INSTITUTE PLANNED French, who heard one of the firm officials describe the
11 Ions of steel, Donald 8 War- room has a double' and two 1
Bin, president of the firm said single beds The settee In the I Brooksvllle, April 17 Flans I company work at Kiwanis meeting Friday, commended the fact -- p ,
The steel Is bought In plate form, lounge converts into a double for the third annual Oulf Citrus that of the 16 individuals listed on the'new company payroll, J5 k
out to shape, and electrically bed. The lounge is the dining Growers Institute to be held I:, are from Stuart "A new company coming here and employingthat $$1
tfeldcd Each ha 12 ft beam and unit There are four dome lights here April 25, now are being many Stuart breadwinners certainly cannot be classified as
II W ft in over-all length The and three bunk lights which are made by Harry J. Brlnkley Her. I'anything but a real asset to the city," French concluded He said ,
bosh are built over a railway operated by a bank of storage nando County agent, and other he was impressed by the scope of the firm plans after he heard i p 1
eta series of block, and when batteries and a IOOO-watt bat- agricultural workers and grow- (the official) detailed descriptions !
ited again Is available in unlimited tery charging plant. Also Included erl
"S:.eel Boats"selection of Stuart for Its fine weather conditionsthe
quantities a boat can be art side light fixtures and
turned out every' two weeks ont wall plugs for electrical access CONFERENCE PLANNED year around also Is a big point In our favor,"" French said. r
!regular! production schedule. sories. Their selection of this site for a geographic location also seemsto '
j I The boat are built around I The Interior 'Is finished in Jacksonville April |7-.Sponsored me to be a good move, From here craft can reach by water 1 u
(timework of steel angles with marine plywood on the walls and b. !povernor Millard F any point along the Atlantic Seaboard, or go across our fine rQi8. i .
\the hull plate being! 3/10 of an ceilings, The 2-Inch area between Caldwells highway' safety program j State canal to the Gulf of Mexico and Mississippi\ River j I"
Inch thick and the house the and the steel the Florida Bar Association : "; s
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% of an inch: 'The boat are side Is filled with rock-wool insulation and nearly a score of other ...aRlt1 '
powered with Florida, the and I'm sure the whole city extends to It today as hearty
Chrysler Ace 2honepower The entire exterior steel organizations in Steel [
engines with tM, area Is sand blasted and then Florida Traffic Courts Conference 'Workers at .Boats, .Inc, build la the steel angles which form the framework for the new welcome a* does our Chamber of Commerce( which Is Invariably
to I reduction. gear They are' painted with) a., non-corrosive ..will be held here May 0:H ,.4Jrm.sbest-io.MjsoW M hr production here:. seeking new Industry' such as this to boost Stuart and. Its welfare\ ," f'' '
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14CI: EIGHT Toll ITVAJtT' NEWS, STIAW sfertta tu... Florid, THVKSD4T. UIL It. Mtttallahaiwe _

.::.''t.1AYMENTS REQjJIRED, NEW COMMISSION RULES 1 RAMIE TO BE SOLD proceed of their national service New --
: Washington', April 17 By lift Insurance policies to JCity's Leaders Render Welcome to Iidustij
1 April, 17-.Airlln*! executive order President Tru- I Orlando, April 17-FtfS).... provide\ a guaranteed' lilt ..qome.Tbe .
{; operating wholly within Florida man has issued a new set of rules I After more than three years of Urn limit for cwralslag the
must pay an QCc\lP&UOn.&Il1censt which will return the Civil Service experimentation In growing I privilege) expire\ on Aug I, 1'... 4
tax u a public service company, Commission to a permant j ramie fiber In Florida, all problems -
: according to Attorney General peace-time basis effective May 1, have now been overcome t. FIRST PRODUCT OF STEEL BOATSs"INC NEARLY FINISHED INWSTRYML
k J. :yarn: WataoaSTUDENT The order Is aimed at simpler administration and commercial fiber will be released 1414 IN STATE JGVAJWTaUahas / ......,-- .."
and Increased em- for textile plants this sum. ***, April a. Bator II
GETS HONORS ploye efficiency I mer, according to Clark Maxwellof World War U WorMa fc4 l>et : i gtr,' ma
I .. : this city who recently returned men in the tfyAtooaj Omjrjd, but ew, gilt"' BENEFITS
i Jacksonville, April 17--Ooi. S.n HIGHWAY MEETING SET I from Mew York. 8.13. have ..been, aJtetU} this
G Llgon, principal fl the Bollei Gainesville. April 17-Eleven State In the poej-wai setup. Th
School here, announced today roadbuilding export, Including CHANGE POSS'PU:: strength 0( the National Guard 16 THIS AREA
that William F Crary son of seven from Florida, will address I Miami April 17 The Veterans within UM individual Aetna Is
'; 1 t, ,Senator and Mrs. Evans Crary sessions of thAI first/ annual florIda I Administration today reminded based on UM raUaet na agfd -
'tit fitirart, was among 22 cadetsto Highway Conference at !the I widows of World War II 11 to 36 years resldlsgg I* th* Civic and business
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n,'t '.' Uifipast.. ; month, -and 13.--,..-.---- the method At payment! of the \ la diet. age **okM. t' "I today in welcoming were SM unanlnm.BaT,
,'il. IDCI, to this area
I ; WhIle Mayor Phil Pellet ?
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,, W. R. "Bob" Baker said:
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I board In stating that the Cltjo'
Stuart ha* a sincere welcomi'lo
... this new and productive bun

,11' \", ness Stuart needs activity o
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f : and establishing a new pope
tacking only Internal trimmings ....1'. company's own marine railway from which itsoon in our town
I meat and a paint Job the first product of I will launched. Chamber of Commerce off,
j Steel Boats, Ine.. rests complete aver the dais the Citizens Bank of stuart
... -' Florida Power
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J\i#\ I' WELCOME TO THE STEEL BOAT COMPANY KIWANIS HEARS Carl Marine C. Bess Service Enterprises, the Gull, Blur 0,

Oorp. and local real! estate m
Martin County today extends an enthusiast hand of joined In extending congntuli
: : welcome to "Steel Boats, Inc.," Stuart newest industryproductive lion* today and in comment
I 'I 0' ., endeavor which will add another yeas.'rouniipayroll BOAT BUILDER on the benefit which the w
'' to our area as well na produce craft of a type Industry will bring to the sm
I which will to Florida waterways.
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{ is clean without smoke offensive Information on the new Steel '
p,; : a operation grime or .
,( ; y-producU t> The boats, each requiring some 10 tons of' Boats, Inc.. when Joseph K. Tallahassee April 17dft) _
: O'Conner: secretary of ties Bill to modernize Fl irdlai ft
: steel are put together by electrical welding.
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firm, was guest. speaker at the' year-old cattle fever tick Brad,
1" ",. ,. Stuart was chosen above numerous other Florida club weekly noon meeting' cation law and to control( IBportattou
,: ; :: locations becauae of gegrtphic situation at the great crossroads Friday at {the Woman Club of honeybee dines
r of the Interacoastal Cross-Florida waterways, O'Conner reported that of from toner State. have brain
and because of climatic conditions which allow year 'round the It employe on the corn, traduced In the Legislature
j ". work in the outdoors without the necessity of expensive ,.panys payroll each week It ---
plant installations. are from this city Only one der construction on the Ink
I : : This fact should give us renewed confidence in seekIng experienced worker was north of Stuart Marine Serve
'J out and to tile other Industries of similar trough along when the concern i and after his talk answered
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THE BANK O/ STUART moved here from NewHersey. a series of queries by Interfiled
t :, CITIZENS type which in no way detract from the great resort : listeners on the compart

SI; ;,' : assets but aid in. establishing,a solid' year-round' com O'Conner described in detail i work and plan. for the folds
ifins .' munity .the steel houseboat now un- here.
( I The Newt joins Martin County business leaders in

I Hit in Extending extending congratulations to Steel{ Boats Inc.. and wishing SIDE RISES ON STEEL HOUS'BOA T
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I ,"t"{;. Possibilities Are unlimited. Not only is there a'demand f r
I ; for such "homes upon the water" in Florida with iU f i ifl
)p thousands: of miles of navigable tropical rivers and bays, w
;' 1 but also. a large potential market exists elswhere on the
1 :: Best washes for t t/e Future Atlantic' and Gulf seaboards-and in the great river system -
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;r' .. ,, ...t. I rViStetl Boats, Inc., will be manufacturing a product
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a : :; To.. !That an international market in the rivers of Central and
", 0 T South America for the housing and transportation of per-
i ,.. f ,. ;Ronnel associated with, the large development ventures in
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-II : new and extended markets,
; Ruskin tAprll IT-The 80.- Paul Dickman, head of the
7-: 000,000 annual payroll of Florida I Ruskin Vegetable Cooperative, Resting on it*square block base, the first product of Steel Bulk
's vegetable industry is threat- warned In a statement issued I Inc, baa a side added' as the builder complete their work 0
ened with! sharp curtailment un here today. the huU.INDUSTRIAL. -
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s and other civic and laftiness enterprises in this area today .: ,

we offer our sincere c/>b tulations and best wishes for the
future to this new concern-as e newest example of opportun,' ""

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of this type point the Jay 'to payrolls%'or year; 'round economic,

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I j: ,: The co idence which these mcfeare demonstrating in MARTIN COUNTY IS CROWINGERTAlN "

Stuart and Mar/1 County should give retewed confidence to' I AND WATERWAY ,

: : others engage<(jfm-6r planning to launch creative projects FUTURE PLANS CALL j/k THIS SORT OF ',1.+ ,

,; I :.: here. INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT, CONTACT US '( ':,'" '/: '

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; dream ofaft_ >etter Martin County will only be',accomplished by ZO D FOR TjtSE PURPOSES. I ,\" '

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0 AOI'nM- THE STUART NEWS, STUART, Martin County, Florida, ''I'JItmSDAI( Ann 17, 1M7. .-

I [; St. Lucie River's North Shore Now Boating- CenterSECOND Congratulations and Best Wishes to'-jhe. NewEL

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Stuart Marine, Steel Boat,
The north shore ,of the St.
Lucie River at Stuart Is rapidly \ ,
taking on the appearance of a
sold bloc of boating Industries. ,
StuaOkMartne Service Co.,Inc.,
pnrch 3ea 1n September, 1940
r from H. C. Beckman, recently ..
concluded a program of modernl-)
.... ._.... .jatkj/i,/1. with extensive repairs
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.L.\.Aj'dOL-- 7'--' --- aWT new equipment and machinery -
(' With the first production of Steel Boats,Inc., their production schedule li wt and steel ti
I The yard has facilities for
\ nearly completed worker jet started on anolh.r carter to get, the company expects to finisha handling craft up to 60-foet. according -
.' bout in true production line style.When iteel boat every two weeks. to f. L.
i. Spencer president -
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I t .t STUART MARINE SERVICE PLANT-ONRIVERFRONT mension.building and\ manager.90 by 100 feet The In main di- e

"Practically all our storage
space Is contracted for." he told
the News stating that the firm
was well pleased over the yacht
Ing picture. I
"We serviced
numerous craft
( this year;" he sold"which came,
down the Mississippi River and
v'f across the Cross-Folrlda Waterway -
,Including one boat from fit
Paul Minnesota. We also have
built up considerable business'
Beach.from Tort" Pierce and Vero EXTENDkCONGRATULATIONS

Steel Boats, Inc. Is situated 1 .' '
.1 directly between Stuart Marine
and the Gulf Oil I Corp, dork,I
.. .. which accommodates' some 10craft -
''I. OBPLETE BOAT E t 4 1 1I In side slips:and has room I
for servicing large craft Fuels\
I STORA and supplies are available at
: \, Oulf and according to Distributor S
George,W. Parks jr. yachtsmen
I If '\ are appreciative of a free
} I W1f Illustrated booklet "harbors. of STEE/B"QATSInc.
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I Gainesville, April 17 Repre.
I ''r,., sentatlves erative organizations of agricultural In Florida coop- MAY THJTFUTURE: BRING CON>JNUED SUCCESS TO J JTttfS

n 1 I and others work are Interested Invited In to cooper.ative attend.{I .... PRODUCTIVE II NEW STUA\: T ENTERPRISE It /

a "cooperative clinic" at the J
f ,! University of Florida next Tues-1
'1 The picture above shows the 90 x 100 foot Great Lakes ports A current expansion program *f day and Wednesday according!
'I' ,;' main building of. Stuart Martine Service Co., 'Is being directed by F. L.Spencer, president to Ef. E, Tlmmons cooperative j ./',' -George\W., Parks, Jr., Mgrelcpming .
I Inc. which has been modernized recently.The and manager. 2 ;
I specialist with the State Agricultural \-
plant services' craft from as far distant as ,
Extension Service \ "
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11'111111,. t / Such activity, &I the new bu eM of building e lee
\ steel boats at Stuart 'is an Indication -
ot South Florlda'R
dust,vial growth--for W .
: k. f yJe Are Agphts For The Ne\Welded Steel Houseboats l taken advance steps to pI,.needed electrical powe the Best Florida wishes Power for the&:fpture Light to Co' bas .i I.

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1.. Being Built by Stee \ oats' Inc.

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.... / South Florida Offers Unrivaled OppmityCf*
CENTURY", BOATS STUART B 'RINE SERVICE << For Sound Industrial Activities

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OCIAL NEWS and-- Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART H Aew.ltem.MRS.Telephone of MARY for fire this baton HARTMAN 35-W paper noon rust ea ,WednesdayHome Office Society ash the Phone Editor newspaper 300 W 1'j e, tI ,II ,.'J 4, ** I

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Ufl: OFfiCERSAIda niGHUQirrs SOCIAL t tI All PTA Officers Are Re-Electedl has 49.9 per cent with the run- ,I ..p f I "tf'J' :

orayson OAs of the SEASON OF HIGH SCHOOL nerup-Mrs. Fannie Jack Ion's 1. "" ,J'
School turned The the social Section 1 of the 7th grade ,f .
tII\ Snnday : Martin: activities All officers of the Stuart P-2ND AND 1ITH GRADES
.fternoon's at ( County High I a.ra..lnI44.8 per tent for the i b' 'If lj.
IIda sting ent-Teachers Association were WIN ATTENDANCE RICORDS:/ tJ
ntoRed was the Junior-Senior
annex ,
church.1 Georgia Evan s losing banquet at the Stuart Hotel followed -, unanimously re-elected at the Mrs. Harris Lowerys 2nd I : .'
bF membership Contest by the annual prom at April meeting Tuesday night at grade and Don Romanello 10th : 1 1 \JI
In the the Civic Center Mrs. Garland i'' .
III grade; won the P-TA attendance {
team led by the Civic Center.
MI uorrtaon the winning Gamei and re- Teddy Bishop was master-of Edenfield again will\ head the records for the year and each' year.'t t 1 1 '' \; :i:
ne followed .brief ceremonies, presenting the principal organization with 'Mrs Herman will be feted with a party by the 't ij 1 t J fI'
Menu RelU, Jr, and principal Erwin association. The elementary students \ e i
, iesslon at which new Erwin r Johnwlck as a m IF
mess" weed elected. Zola Mat feature of the banquet program F Johnwlck as vice-presidents; have chosen a beach party t I (
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Mrs Ed Burgess secretary and for their prize and the high 11,
Lie was named president and seniors In original talks of 'I" ,
Mrs. William treasurer.
Meggett school grade will vpte on the type. .1
Klckllter as vicesldtnt high school days Elaine Ulmer \
i jollne They will be Installed May 20 at ';, I
Pam Cross, secretary: gave the toast to the seniors and 11h etnertalnment desired. 'j .
: the last meeting of the school 11'I \
Keen Interest' has been manl"I .Arta.Al wN at 1
M Mathers, pianist; Munej I Jerry Shlpes responded for the I .sae CAA a :
and Joyce Eden. graduating class. ss xw year Tested In the attendance contest 1 f \ 1 1uw I
chairman. Mrs.P. Before some 200 class membersand Mr. Johnwlck In charge of this year, The accounting com- I {I
i publicity Tuesday program,. prevented I mittee reported that Mrs. Low- N n.1W ... t
Blakeslee and Mrs L. C. guests at the dance where ; Ill
senior sponsors, as- the Palm Beachers orchestra of Sam H. Moorer of the State Department cry s room had had 70.4-per cent t' lJ lJ'j
of Education of'Tallahassee attendance of parents at P-TA '
entertaining Miami furnished the music the A MrNW .WN 1 IJ j J
U4 In who discussed the, findings meetings nosing out Miss Olney ,4
crowning of the queen, Vera : ,
pICKS-CIRCLE MEETS Savage, and her escort, Ed Howard ., a and recommendations of I Eurlts 6th grade with a recordof 'j; lj' 'J j
U as king and climaxed the the Citizens Committee on Edu- 704-per cent. Parents. of the Stu Dcu ceps'i'''I' >
n. J. (C Anthony, Jr., enter. annual, event The setting of i v + aAb cation. The Intensive study of high school group manifestedless ;: r 1
ned| 10 members of the Sara I the schools of the State he reported I Interest In P-TA activities P re 11 Night rove 1 "
"The Old Sout! !
,rkS urcl circle at the of April the meeting Baptist carried out hi);white was effectively stage arrangements it ,t t furnished much valuable I as shown,. by the reports which REXAI.L S7'OR >1 :i! it!ii II IIt
...day afternoon at her Eldor- : white picket fence Information for a guide for t\\ ;. ,'\\r1:
and bird fountain In the centerof 4' strengthening the weak points I
home. Mr Wilson i I ;
o Heights In the educational system "if I .1 III{ II
the dance balL
Clur. circle leader conduct1 I 1FLtAit f all the recommendations of the Phone 14 ;fIt 1

,Ich brief Mr business R. T Jackson session In the study after preIlitd HONORS LEGION AUXILIARY MRS. SHELTONThe a r said committee, 'Florida are undoubtedly carried out,"will he IIJI/1llI. Ili! ICI Last Time Todayl : '!i'' i 1 1RO ::.,'f

IIrlll!,new- chapters -- farewell Legion party Auxiliary In honor\ gave of the a have Standards the of highest the United;educational States." ERT YOUNG ( 'i I t 1!
- """' Sot IA SIDNEY
retiring presldest, Mrs. George I This, he said, would necessarily I' ANN RI HAR y .. ,. .C I Ij
Shelton] of Salerno who has _.. _. take a number of years \
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gone to Heliport Lj J. to Join Wendell Waters, school band

her husband for the summer.; Martin County Higa School's Band!, directed by four of the other 11 bandS there to play In the director, presented the school : ) ;
r In appreciation, af her service I to I Wendell Waters, will compete In the State bandplaylnl' finals. musicians In several numbers and : I'1', J

E ALGICPAIELE the organization during the year:,' finals at Miami April 14-21!. The organisation Rcbrlng March 21 when it was chosen along with Leon Jones directed the mixed : ; :,!
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the members presented a water chorus of the Methodist Church !
won district honors at the festival
set of hammered metal and also In vocal numbers Mrs Dorothy
Individual gifts ; Tuck and Kenneth SUmmell :
Interested adults are invited to <
New officers took over at the Woman's; Club Honor New OfficersThe sang solos, t '
take part. There Is no Charge or ;
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April 1 meeting although the
FRIDAY nd SATURDAY, APRIL 1 h and 19th
obllgaUorIncurred.\ "ijI,' I ,
formal Installation will be held
ubo NEURA jointly. with the Legion Posts of' Stuart Womans Club will Includes Mrs. William Chlsholm, -- j j'i
11 TO KILL 1 NO.
Stuart and Jensen Beach and honor Incoming and retiring officers Mrs. O. S Kanarek, Miss Ida Al- HIT 1
1. PEN RATING the Jensen Beach at at the annual l bracht Mrs. O. 8 Kanarek and Mrs. Hupfel, Flexner a 1047 1 NE HOiP '
rd ,o. n1eMtM Auxiliary a Installation graduate ot the Cornell University NOT A.tF.n, Jae Earle.A.b 6oFWFC 'i$ t. "f'
i F ?tmn dh later date. The next meetingwill luncheon at 12:30 next Thursdayat Mrs. W, C Lummls Law School. left Sunday for wnr da t 1kM RrORpGe 4'18oj/ 11

be at 8 p. m. Tuesday at the' C lsholm', Grill Mrs H H. Department and committee her home In Urmia, N Y aftera ,w4 k.h.l, H FIRAI tY Rr.rk ,wF7 .
t.MULATINO/ Holleran apartment with the new Hlpson committee chairman, chairmen have tern requestedby month vacation wl h her par .. w% bill. k .Lure .1 I ,
rp president Mrs. Blanche Lowrcy' has asked that reservations be the president, Mrs E. A. Mcn-
I enta. Mr, and Mrs Otto O Hup R GERS !1 '
ravl.cf M Mop I :
art Drug ore ;
made with her by Wednesday. ninger, to bring brief reports ot fel at Palm City ,
Adv dtw
1 PEO DELEGATESGO Her committee on arrangements their activities of the past year .a rlwt 'wat4"TRIGGES I ::1

i.. ,ab rbMs b.e{ e.'n TO CONVENTION M .
Mrs. L. C. Klckllter presidentand I EPISCOPAL MEtf JOIN ADULT CLASSES: r 4 ; I 4 4O II
55.00 r5oad ua.su s1r. ,a official delegate of the P.E.O. OF P-TA STUDY GROUPS :
" W r s u euwlew1. WIRARtuft j
n, .apuwe. LWw sisterhood of Stuart, Mrs Paul' Officers of the Stuart Parent- "j,,' ,
.rA p..wk. Hoenshel, alternate, and Mrs. "
., Teachers Association '
W urdn.e. 'I ADOPT CHARTER are urging I
.. Earl Rlcou left this morning for .
l.r 1 nlu.d a oeslseW to avail themselves of
v0 d .a0 .wad. sere Miami to attend the annual State "
,.. d Y .tIM{ kwwos the adult study groups to beginat \
a. rM lees wt..h convention. They will be at the I Mutu 1 Ii
1:30: p m. Monday at the roadcasting
M F'.r d w.Mhe a.r McAllister hotel convention I The newly organized Episcopal .Jr.,,
. .
school There will be no "home .
wkln. CLEAN sari
.r 1.. a M a.e ww Iran sari headquarters. until the close of' Men Club got under way Tues- work" or textbook assignments, GOOD US INC. RY DAY, I
M. .0.0 1... VC .5.0 the sessions Saturday noon. day night when a proposed char- '
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J Mw ri w Fe.rawld.la.p they reported but lectures will I : \ ?
.. I Maw N r ter and by-laws were adoptedat be gtvepleadlng\ to a general dis \ ON
a par-
a W, let 50.55 kwDEAN.CLEAN supper cussion of child and family problems ; :\\1::'
ish The
THING A son, Kenneth Edward, tipping house president,, Phillip discussion .1 I
Chadbourn presided over a
the scales at t Ibs, 1-01.,1 Two
"ISAr of.the principles and classes will conducted
EURABA !AS7 joined} the family of Mr andMrs. ; policies of the new group Also at the same hour a pre-school Sensing ii,. Sf. Lurie end Is n Counlmitative '
Kenneth Stlmmel at 5:25: 1 study entitled "Exploring thePreSchool 'I'I I
at the table Ted
K U IRON ACHC 5 5AIM p. m. Monday, April 14, at Mar.I Preston speakers', secretary, the were Rev R. Child," conducted by ur Martin County Repr (

tin County Hospital. M. Fenton, Henry R. SteJfens the teachers, and an adolescent MRS. FRANCES C. SMI1 : '"
I study to be conducted by Principal
and Bror J. '
Carlberg :1'
Phone 119-Wr Stuart, FloruVTOdouJproull
Erwin F. Johnwlck' 'the
In addition to the 1st vice- r' 1 :
C MMERCIAL and ,AERI president, Percy Bridges of Jen-j Family Rediscovers Itself All :

sen Beach, It was voted to add .
PHOTOS the office of 2nd vicepresidentto 1w If '

which Paul Young was elected. .. '. i I
fHOTOGRXStS WILL HELPVTTiU MAKE THAT The move was made In view of r. .t HIT NO. 2 C'.Irp J I

S the fact that Mr. Bridges expectsto
be absent for six months: because 5 I I :

the club will not be confinedto L'L \ ':,1 f f'I
Ada O SHOP members of the Episcopal

Church, it was decided, although ; LARAINE DAY' BRIA AHERNE Y ',
member must be communi- 't
eger Bldg. Next Western Union I a f H
cant of the church to qualify for ROBERT MJTCHUM-GEKX RAYMOND ''t l l50N'
office The ruling will not apply 1 ,

to appointive offices and RalphW. 'j11.

Hartman was named pub- .
licity chairman. The meeting 'I '1 ,
YEARS OF CONTINUOUS i,;, RELIABLE SE RVICE date will be the third Tuesdayof iiir {

TO OUR CUSTOMERS each month-a supper at the >}1
parish !house 2tLiTIiYAI r '
V fauns terrtrl sxeaM (olltt2 Nasv ST It J
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E WALKER Jewelers Sam Austin, chairman of supper w.rr.ti rw Cars Lwr 4 w .w erase ?M '
arrangements, was assistedby !
wives of members: Mrs Austin SUNEfVY and MONDAY, APRIL,20th and 2 I I'

FIN IAMONDS AND WAT Mrs AI Shrigley, Mrs, Char- j' ,

lea Rue and Mrs. Richard Tun- want your new BENDIX Boon. VAN mm ,* WOT GARLAND FRANK SINAI i ii
ley Others attending were D.
JE LRY Oh QU .- "' 8 Hudson, R 0. Judson, Judge IN Mwfolks do So come in and tee us quickly, JUNE ALIYSON ROBERT WALKER i;r: :

J. C. Hancock; C. S. Glass, Jack Let's fft it over, and get the details done! ''
D ION ( Penhale, Theodore Dehon, John YN GRAYSON- YAII N FUN DINAH SHOP/ iOOL ; :1
Woodham, Col John Q. MacDonald. be you'd first like to see what this washoes 4 H \

KNOWoR JEWELER Ted Chambers. and R. A. d wonder -how it washes, rinses, damp- N 4t'1:' IJ ;

Then a NomLstitute ForE Tunley. s clean itself and shuts itself off-all without WITH/ Ii' ; "

iENCE a QUALITY FINAL TOTAL IN r our lifting a finger. Then it's even more urgent J(, I 1 hot 'I"11 I fl''i';''F ::1:1I I,1'
L2 I 1- -" t you come in soon-today if you can! e'I:

C. E.. W Jewelers Cross'Final campaign totals on the show county$5,552.27contributed Red i I Because if you want four BENDIX quickly 5' \ s'c ;:, 'j

for the organization chances are you will-well both be pleased p l.'leOAZZ ,((1"" .? I

R Osceola A.., tuart, Florida work, it was reported today by If u are one of out G WITII P. ,
Mary R/ Shackelford, campaign LI i.J i.
secretary. The drive for the M..- "fire ,e J .
000 county quota closed last C : "

month but many outlying dis- er e.se.e.ee h
SEND IT TO THE tricts have beep slow In reportIng in '
contribution ? ;
LAUNDRYhone Mrs. Samuel W. Traylor was t 1 HNICOL4R Ire

fund Hupfel chairman was co-chairman and Mrs Richard Mrs What you do: p.s ciet>,.., a rill, .

Traylor name hat been sent In M a dial,edd map, : / L F1

to the national office as a nom What the BEN does : LUCILLE'mmT8HI L_E ANGELA i '
inee for the Red Cross- board of : ,., MS LANSBURC.

AND year governors M fund) This chairman.Two was her. fourth eR.lf..lf.tee.bir air.R 4Lae. ; 5xtxuslvl vurets aenow ? c[' WWT ; IA o'BRIEN ,.

$delegates from the county ..ad7 0 Ohs u.. .1.eee s.d ,A..bis elodrs ehrol/gb/ wade I { : WBDNESD\Y l I
E'WILL P CUP chapter will attend the national mptiM todT,Mduti sfSall ouloaitlmUyl : 60 hoer a misuss, y t .e ?+ r a ', TUESDAY and APRIL 22nd and 23rd t
) convention In Cleveland June
Ukoi only l ev., gee.fo
B-11 4 KMn fool floor ip.c.-flu gloaid.r 6
You undr s.rf. tly !i.ftckin, bathroom. ;1 1rtgitjraolu
STUART ....0. TO U HOST u.deyr ..e.esases ...e........
The Stuart 1'.1.0.: met Monday
Y StRVICE3PE night at the home. of the president LAU S at t r
Mrs 1.. a Klckllter, to ENDIXndome'1a'
mke plans for entertaining thejr '"
husband and the members an4 L' ,; f

'ES? NDRY of husband Fort Pierce of Chapter"Through-the-R.. PLO,

Year banquet at the Womans
Club May ft will feature I table LL'.S ELECTRIC SERVICE
Phase. 9i7r for each month of the year with
the birthday motlft carried Olltw..w.o
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M i'A PAUl: TWELVE: THE STUART HEWS\ ,STUART Martini C.anty,Florida, THURSDAY, APRIl 17, I i7.
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f I'\l'' fdf m' wish to return and be burled as was also Mrs. -
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinir 1 fairs.. Last Saturday many Interested now at home on Boston AvenueIn mer months. was filers' bt,
,,;I( I SALES See Us For NEWS OF members, bringing their Fort Plerhe. in his home State. Sammy Nichols, of Jack,
Mrs.. Florence Cave had as Miss. Mabel Pinney and her Laura Mae EtiRHbrtu!: '
,\ & FRIG AIR Rei "d own working. equipment and box George Basso Ankona, will dinner"" guests last Friday Mr.Mu. friend Miss Helen Meldendorp Miami last week end vielte I ,
r '"' :>a Indian River DriveBy suppers, assembled for this work leave today for Chldago to attend Larry Simons FOrt Pierce, of Arlington and Patterson N. J. cousin Mary Hlers. Man
I I } I J'' J. SERVICE 11n8 Parts and to talk over advance enter- the marriage of his sister and Miss Peggy Collier Miss Annette left Thursday after three days spend the coming week CM
) VIVA It ARKIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll tainments that will be most Arthur Phillips and with Mrs. Ida M. Pinney.
I Miss Rocella Basso to RichardJ Cave here her cousin, Laura Mae,in n
I r popular with the members.Those Brisket, The marriage will be Dumond Merwin, Edenlawn.: Mrs. Plnney and Mrs Charles Mrs Jt: Nipper, from the i g
1.. I ARN AUERSt. i participating and enJoying a morning event In 8t Frances Krumm accompanied Mlas Pln Dairy farm, Is visiting to ,
t Mr, and1 Mrs John the supper wen Mr. and winter Miss Melden
Sahlbcrg Xavier Church La Orange Ill., After the season In their ney and her friend nessee.
Lurie Bo and Phone 142-W of Walton will give a dinner Mrs.. Louis Bell Edason.: Mr and with a reception at 8:30: p. rerun home )n Eden Mr. and Mrs dorp to West Palm Beach yesterday
Monday night In compliment of Mrs. Leland Hubbard Mr. and Brookfield 111. E. Mlchelsen, returned to Chicago on a business trip.
.. Mrs. Leicester Lennard, Mr. and last week where Mr. Michel- Mr. and Mrs.. Douglas Leigh-
Mr and Mrs. George Sahlberf Mrs. R. H. Escott, .
Mr. and Mr
business. the Hodapp
men Is In the cafe ton have purchased
Mr. and Mrs.
and ion,Raymond, who are leaving Charles Moehle Mr. and Mrs. vacated by them
.1 on their yacht Kayo for Hoboken W. H. Lennard, Mr. and Mrs. Ensey and their rousln Edward home when they moved Into -
C&t76Ahia& iml al8leQuiet. ,urns, N. J. The Sahlbcrga having Lane Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. R. Gray, Miami, were 'week. end Home'Demonstration this their fine new home on Cor-
been living on their boat Griffith and Fletcher Russell. guests of Mr. !:nIe, parents BREAt
The Lelghtons expect -
Mr. and Mrs E. R. Ensey of nell Avenue.
ENJOVTNESE FAMILY FAVORITES TONIGHT duriiiR the season anchored off Walton. I to move Into their newly

kI And Pa gs.nderCoa4d ? ANN 41 rlw 1 Beach the PItcliford dock at Jen&cn I Mr. and Mrs. Ma'rclack of I purchased home by May 1.
5 Providence R. I., are staying; at Mrs. Edgar' K. Martin from Mrs. Fred Joss entertained
Blue Heaven' of Eden: foe a few Note April 4 with dessert bridge The Alf7'gA
,j \ The cleanup committee of the Plqua, Ohio who arrived last Mrs.'
presest were
I newly formed Walton-Eden days. week for a four-day stay In her I. MISS LUCIU INSCOE seven guests Mrs. Curta.Whltlc.r. AR
Herbert Thayer
( winter home at Walton, returned
Property Owners Club have done
Mrs.. L. M. Johna'on..M. ,
1 TOMATOIAUU warm YORK ets I a splendid Job In getting the I Mrs.. .Lucy German of Johnston Saturday Expert nutritionists say the .... Ralph Chandler, Mrs. Lon The 1 Mon cam b
,., club..., house' In shape for. social af- R. I.. Is a guest at the homeof average American should eat"as Tyson and Mrs. Arthur Bauer.
I II --- Mr. and Mrs. .
r. X, Pelosl. Mr. Mr. and'Mrs. Barry P.noDl BUY BONDS
much as SO per cent more green High score was won by Mrs.
I ,, II IIi -.. -. Pelosl la her brother. from Elcajon Calif.,after number and yellow vegetables. Amongthe Thayer and second by Mrs. Whl-
-- -- To ay'a--Milk of weeks with her sister
-- oday spent greens now plentiful are tlcar.
i i Produce JEANETTE VAN MEERTENIS and husband Mr. and Mrs.K. cabbage broccoli spinach, lettuce Mrs.. W. A. Micro was a recent Cr er
RECENT BRIDE H. Burggraf at Blue Heavenof and, In the East and South' visitor In Miami. EST PALM
',. Ann Pa /Apricot- 16-oz: jar anat Mrs. Jeannette Van Meertenof Eden, are now In Cuba. Mrs kale and eollards. Mr. and Mrs.. W. E. Lloyd of ACgFlaminge
Anlcona: has joined the ranksof Pearsons Is an author In questfor visitors Dr.,r 1 1CEN
f' Since vitamins disappear as Jacksonville were week end
.' PRE ;RVES .soc izedin recent brides. Her marriage to new material. vegetables wilt and wait, use of Mr. and Mrs.. W. A. Were

I. :,1'. M in County Jack McMasten, head of the green vegetables fresh; the
Olo-Master Neon Signs Fort EDENLAWN fresher the more vitamin C; the
Pridrlaf the Farm Pierce, was a quiet event of re- Spring flowers adorned the greener the more vitamin A.
I ,j, TO/IATOES Bar Dairy rent date with only her family tables placed in the patio of Red- TO enjoy leafy vegetables at their AL M ET
33c attending. She Is the daughterof wood Cottage, the winter homeof best whisk them from groceryor
:;, MI fr A| jut'iV'it' 4 Mtifi& II* CO. 2 No. 2 Cans P. Box 104 Stuart j Mr.and Mrs. Edward B. Traub. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Conklin garden to the table with onlya
Returning from a short wedding of Sauk Center, Minn., when brief pause In salad bowl or, EAT
trip Mr. and Mrs. McMasters are there was a cooperative dinner cooking utensil. When they must'
IONA lA ge SizePEAS lo i Brand -2 No. 2''j Cans with members of the Palm City be held over a day or so, keep PRODUCE ROCERIES
I I"I )MINY .29c i Church choir participating. cool damp and lightly covered.I
ILTON'S Attending were Mr. and Mrs Pile loosely to prevent crushing.To I COURTEOUS SE E' -
George Smith. Jr. and Clarence
'keep greens bright
o No 2 Felneaur Mr. and Mrs.. O, Cad- them until tender CONY NTLY LOCATEI2nd
quickly Just
': 4 Cans c Blue Label No. 1z Bot. TDRIES S CS well, Mr. and Mrs. S. Crews. Mr. seasoning simply with salt and

1 1I A & P'WhoV Kernel IYRUP iGcAdvance' SUN TAN 01' SIIA N GLASSES and Mrs.. William S. Burdick, Mr. meat drippings or other fat and and Akron Joe Broel
and Mrs. Mark Baker Mr.
serve at once. Usually no water
r !f., CANDIES JEWELRY Mrs Jack Link, Mr. and Mrs. need be added to boiling greens

YellowCOR1 Pound Ctn.SHORTENING SOD Q Richard Wallace and the Rev. since the water that clings to the
Packard,Palm LISTEN T O
i jl' SODAS I CBEAM S IESNIWSI' and Mrs.Hartrson leaves Is sufficient. Cover to
c No.2 : tsr speed coking. Don't dump any
City.Dr. pot liquor dawn the drain. Valuable d POO
1:0/:: .and Mrs. Edward McQuade
: Can Bldg. Neict minerals and vitamins are 7 7W
_. Cold Metal-5-lb. Bag to P. 0. Jensen Beach Peeksklll N. Y. have leased the
dissolved in It. Use surplus JuicesIn
I I J t Hunt's Bartlett FLOUR .... .. 53c A. D. Merwin home for the sunftOCERY soups or gravies.

; PEARS' Quick cooking greens are good
I' bets tor hurry-up meals. Approximate
Peanut Pitch Jar
No. 21/ boiling times are:
: 49fc PEANUT Butter. .32c I spinach and shredded cabbage
c. SPECIALS I to 10 minutes: beet greens and
quartered cabbage, 10 to 15 minutes C
e Fresh Green ; turnip greens, 10 to 2q minutes Every
\ LETTUCE ; collards, 20 minutes; kale,
BROCCOBUNCH / 10 to 35 minutes, and broccoli, Mon., Wed..
FFETlb.OSAGE ? 15 to 25 minutes.CARD .
\\L HeadsFLORIDA 21c 9:45 A. SWIRA

U WEETENED-46 OZ. CAN'\'* / take this means of expressIng -
I Green Top- 7 our sincere. thanks for the
ORANGES PRANG or GRAPEFRUIT JUICE / 19/ sympathy and floral tributes extended -
CARROo S In the recent loss of our
: [8-Lb. husband and father.

,'I '. ,1. _Green 2 7c (BAG ender Green_. Fruit, ocktail No. 21,1/can 44/ iiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiitiiiiiimiiiimiiiiii and Family. g


1 jar 25/ B. DAY 'b"roFsMe
29c oz.
3c iLbs.S. .
Fresh Yellow
{. night Mr. and Mrs

'I;,t t SQU SH I iPOTATOES,1ft PUREX /qt. bottle 17? luncheon the Victor hosts Conklin on at the a of Edenlawn covered patio: of their were dish

I ( lOcII 1 45cRath ARMOUR'S--LB. CAN %> home. Invited guests were the rl a isslK4p7
t ; LB. c members of the Palm City '
CORNED]) BEEF BULSH Ib.can 33, Church choir and their husbandsand

I f 11\\ I & P SUPERITE},EATS II I lowed wives.by an The evening supper of was fun .fol-.ndrehe..ta. BELL'EADJ1

orlArmours HUNT'S YELLOW CLING-NC 2Vi CAN Those attending /NE
were the Rev.
and Mrs. H. L.
PEACHES : 21h can 31 ? Packard Mr. and Mrs. o. B.
: Cadwell. Mr. and Mrs. Decree .
STlAK65c Half Smith. Mr. and Mrs.. Clarence
65c Felnauer Mr. and Mrs. William I
LB. Whole l 8. Burdlck,.Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
-- Market JSpecialsPRIME Baker, Mr. and Mrs.. B. I,. Crews
,\ --- SABTPORK Mrs.. Jack Usk and the host SHE ISN'T ANGj I
CHUCK and hostess. R. It.'' Wallace, the t
choir leader, Mrs. Wallace Jack .$ SHE'S JUST TRYING TJ0 ) TE71
43c .
LB. -- WES' ;RN BEEF .ink Vlllblss and were Mr. unable and Mrs..to Paul attend.De- \* i YOU WHERE YO /CAN

I IAST45c Tender Smok: Mr..and Mrs. Vernon Lang-

SIRLOIN OR ROUND ST/AK,. .. .u... .. .....__......... ... Lb. 65c ford are rejoicing over the birthof < PURCHASJ

LB. PICNICS! 53c CENTER' CUT POT ROAST,.. .. ........................... ....... Lb. 43c bounty a daughter April 1 at Martin
-- Hospital.. She weighed
-. .. Sunnyfield Saic RIB OR BRISKET STF _n. '._".__.--.r Lb. ::20c S Ibs., S-OS4. and was named Jacqueline -
LAMB HOULDER Marls. Mr. Langford has
BACON-173C been vMUni here from Jacksonville UALI'Y ..
i':'' WESTERT/CORN-RED PORK where he Is now sta-
Herman; Skinless Uoned. Mrs.. Langford, the former 1 .

OAST42c I FRANKS LU3c LOIN ROAST, _....,... ._......._ ...... ..... .._ .._. _.. .... ... Lb. 50c for'Winifred some time Hod,JL'Ii'*+tee'a has home been of Meats G\ /

G II LB.. CENTER CUT CM0PS, ---. ... ...... ... .....? _. ,_: ..,. Lb.55c- her parents, but expects to Join cedes. Vegetables
her husband In Jacksonville in
')I'" Keys &ne-l8-oz. Oleomargarin a few weeks. FOR YOUR \\RM SPW G DAY MEALS
t MirfcE BACON Mr. and Mrs.. George Hammond .
NUTLPound have lieu visiting at the TO HELP YO,

r I Bells oultryt RATH! BLAC/ HAWK, ....__...__....,_..... ,,..,JL ....... Lb. 68c Mrs.home. B.of: F.her' Hedapp.parents'They Mr. and will PREPARE DEUCIO1!!. JvSTY, LUNCHES ANO

SE/feONING ....9c .- C SWIFT'S, PRE IUM (IN PIECE), ...::v ;.";;J.!=\._ Lb., 63c to return now employed.to Jacksonville Mrs.. Hammond where he DINNERS WITH \X m 66FORt COME IN TODAY |
t ChaDOfi Talco Laying U the former Dorothy Hodapp. AND LET US sidKrau WiTH TOUR MEN1l

CANDY .......J9cArgl BUTTER Mr., and UTS. John Stanley ,
MASH \ have announced the recent birth .' PyAN
ARMOUR' of a son.
PI Laundry-12-oz. Box I LOVERBL09d1.! .....__... .........._,.. ."..._ ... Lb. 68c' Tomorrow.nlght the women
CH SC 251.JU2Camay: and children of the Palm City
Church will be the guests of the!
? h M ola-Pint Can I Toilet i t OL'EO'f men of the church at a supper H IV.: '.S:
at 1:30.: If weather
OIL ..., -,- .. ... 53cN SOAPar. ALL POLAR wfl !The on the permits It .
; BRANDS, __r__ .__._.._..... >. 43c across from the church church park, otherwise lot. :j
if I., If iaeo Premium-1-lb. pkg. 21c Inside the. church. t.J

j ICKERS ..22c ._.__. fe X. B. Dreher, a former old-
Complete. Food StoOMER'S timer here left about two years Eco roccryH
ao for his hometown in 'Iowa'' y
I So far." known he 'was not '
MARK" heard from afterward
by his
C I friends her.*. His jieee( Mrs.. Ball lots. EOWNED..FRIIN'DLY1"" TED l
THS UPTli Selg. has a Ave. M: .ace ltd
RATS i reported Ala death In I its '', ,"
Wig =HON February 1MJ at the age of 85 : ,
wpa At thd' time be- was at the .W- Now close 1Vnnes Afirnoo "'
WHERE SERVICE POUNT3 WE Wilt 3r .home of his youngest daughter At Noon Each Wejs, ; .,/
{ then living in Iowa.. His friends] The ..:Drri.r. .
ben. will remember' hut .Sy.I.aers.w
,, ,,' ,. grmtast .


,ee ".....
lie I In Stuart. Those people responsible iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiHii/ iiiiiiiiiiiiumiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii' / Ira M.l to Bun PMIIIH.rrli Pfu. ..... .. RAMIE NOT EXEMPT t ti '
for helping to Trait ui /:' a..11 to Pd f ft
secure Dared t, ColMMl M .!. WARRANTY' I jM A
I See Where. the gates as well as the Florida Notes of Interest To Veterans Vtri t sI h.l<.. to C II 'Hams.. Tallahassee April IT Ramie I NIL S S 't ;' tTAKI
East Coast railway, should be i.a.d.ATIS'ACTION B.k CJa-.a or I.MOIITGAGE IWwI. ._... ..a....a.. Ps-am N .. ly Howard Gould plants for prOClIIlnlramie! fiber t, It<
w. /L (Bill) Mitchell given a vote of thanks by the By Joseph E. Gum V. A. Contact Officer 0451. \r'.r to A' O K iMrTing cannot be exempt from taxation ''j '
b RIGHT ., ..
resident of Stuart. or WAY DEEDcon '' d .I N V. I .y
At Stuart Court House West Palm Beach Headquarters B: Btalr tm ._. T.- under the Constitutional section(;
John Mann, the genial manager ....' T.'..rw* c.-...,. : s.Jan/n; / I. I..wlll M Jr.N ''P.Plana. I 1.1'
has been moved to 9 to 12 Monday 713 Comeau .. exempting certain Industrial
Diner Building 4 W. P.,,.. to A-lo.. W
| AIM location on the federalIJjjhiray of the Jaycee Ballflsher Illllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllll .... T........ .... 'T..II. CJa-...... /.. .....n, h. .. R. Mlrh..4o. ., plants according to Attorney TOCONaTIPAIuseAl ;' 1-1: '' j jt !
1 11 I III
1 111111 1111111111111111/IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII/ 11 111 1
I ball club has H. .. Ood4 a.-.es I
Incurred ,, LFrte
and See- quite I anexpense RnBt-phew: I J.f J.
between First ; : ; ; AGREEMENT"' : General 'J
W field a good ball team .(A public service feature of. about It Am I permitted to do N..r, Ors.. t. (' N. aueEVUGLADrs AlhM' jah mi l. Frank. A. I liwl.rlAlhln -- -J. Tom WatsonMRS. .. li t
lord ,ueell.Th' Season tickets are now on sale fered bjr The Stuart News In cooperation this? I Ar.A: it DEED Jeh e'W .... II....... -- -- _:-__ J
In Stuart IInearin' 1i..I., "..I.., D..lrlo. sootb W. B. Wh. .tYi C. 1I."a.
winter season and can be purchased from any with the West Palm A.-Yei. A veteran may changethe Pork II..... I... J. S. Mlrh...... M U WIIII.NCl..l.l '+'
the end. A number of member of the Jr. Chamber or Beach contact office of the U. 8. beneficiary or beneficiaries 10..10.. 0..1..... Il5trlet. M C. 1. PftMATty *t UlL LESLIE W. //'I } t'i;;
... .
visitors have left andalJlel'l Chou/ C "* a Bmjm< \f f'I
..r winter the manager for $1 to cover the Veterans Administration) of his NSLI at any time without QoJd.rd Mm. SOPRANSTUDi .
are leaving dally Hope ramalnlng 7 home games This Is their knowledge or consent: BUILDING PERMITS L. A, Arko...t H Ys Ie P.ul C. t.... 4 "

\\IJe1 all return this fall and less than 45 cents per Hospltallzatlon and'Insurance ,, Mow Pn'cbef t B.\ .. tt t. i
With them. gamo Por SIM'! B t 1 ImRlnnlto pirk .x to Rilpk HONE 442-1 ,i ,
their friends Purchase! a ticket and OI loans and eductalon I lost Job and fnn* ft Iv as gig go out are some Q recently my '
For Mr.. a., ".Ua.. .1........ R.lph t ....b' .t .. to ("..Iea T art Fla. .
On April lit the newspapersIrf and back a winning ball team. of the many benefits administered can't meet the payments on my P.rk. 41 kr U It. mural. blerksi. .. .. ( i'
carried the headMan _.... ...... ... B.. Yr.llll.bK. it to Chun T. Don, J
( \UK country Now that the winter visitorsare by the Veterans Administration OI guaranteed home loan. Am I HI.- ,. o. ; 'Ct' I
IJneI with selng-eye dog leaving the weather and for former servicemen! entitled to get the readjustment a5 Par be J.a. ..IL. Pkll'..*-.lor, Eldenuto, .......". .11100. 4lK K, R.mMt, U ....rl R I).mil. ,
with blind girl" This fishing are getting better Too Here are the answers to a few compensation provided by the ...t of s.emu .b5ak.. ....... nwt. FM r.,... K." ....... too,.. ...:."II..h.th......,'11 a 1Io.a...._, ..., 1,1'RE 1,1\, I j ; t '
I Surely couldnt be, love at first bad we couldn have had some of the many questions which 01 Bill? MORTGAGE P." .d.iIJ. .. '. e.neMnr tAl v.".. !
I soot. of this several! months ago. come In each wee),o VAs con A.-Yes, you are entitled to 0 M Him., w Von L. skriton E. H..,. ).I... 1 : ; I.
Owen B to G-.e B, O, YOU \
I number of baseball enthusiI A number of Legionnaires from tact .representative! about VAs readjustment allowance Your IUUI. IH>.. DimUt" M vie t. MM.Elk born. Jr. WHEN

I A from Stuart attended the Stuart post are attending the program: I home loan has no bearing on 0 Mokkr B. Ar.. ..... .t .l to leuwrrPnpM a..A.. V.10.5.lImo.1. u Y.A.'"G.R.r....u.D.W......_". ,
.".,gksglld)ralning B mOs of the big 29th. annual convention held In Q.-How can a veteran In on-I your right to unemployment com- >t4t.. I... 'I''I'J ,t ; : t }
A. T. V.. TMM! oi .. ... CIU_. AFFIDAVIT REALLY :
) II&- Weat Palm Beach. Miami April 15th to 18th. the-job training change from pensation. You should apply to ,..k at stwrl.P5,10 M. H.I.. WAIL, _. M' Th, Public.
Wring the height of the winternuson Most of the stores and p'-wts!': one firm to another without los- 1' your State unemployment servIce Lu.d a u. u IA.. Arbe.1 I.IIIi.n 11_.. to Tk public.. f' : l :lltl
Osceola of business ing his to receive allowance Owes.. .s.: O>bni. Jr.. to Pint rnitralWont i too
space on are closing at noon subsistence readjustment OP'
parking .... IIIGHt WAY GRANT
.. '... L... AIo' ,
ill, It at premium. The city Wednesdays j A.-He first must receive approval ( H. Bradtor. at .. to Pintr4.d KI.1.: .aio'... t. A,0,. T.nbeM. NGRY 'i ; fa
; j 1
A number of .. ..4 .... A.ae.i.lleo. 1.k.rrel G-e.nr It1 ,
momlsslon should be seriously! bu.ilnss placesare for the change from his ,
.. J. to ....., Willi.... ,
ooMklertnf this summer the ad. planning extensive Improvements VA regional office He should Q.-Docs the Veterans Admin- I PARTIAL RELEASE FROM. MORTGAGE i
... ..... '
itablllty of placing parking during the summer months -i' dlxcuss his plans with a trainIng istration have any jobs for form. Mary A Bhi AGREEMENT.... M ./lt to" Chirln. M A W.Ijt L. HUMMIII>.r..rlcl.1<,..l oi. W.A K krNi WhFop "i : f.\1 rs I'I'i
ntttn on this avenue These in preparation for the cOIn- officer at the nearest VA office er Army or Navy nurses! ? Ch..h. -- -- --- ;
I In
ri can be purchased I be- ing winter season A...YM VA pUU has vacancies SATISFACTION or MORTGAGE : ,1
Bct .. .
del. B. '" certain A certain two fellow for at hospitals In 1------ f1i I
gnt by paying a per- parkIn nurses ,..! Florida South B....... Pro..r"., I.... b ..I........
their ,
gentan! of the monthly receipts car nightly at the railroad Q-Is there any way that I Georgia Alabama Tn........ wh1 your appetite's kejjjFand you I' J
inUl paid for. In addition It station Are they waiting can get the Veterans Administration Carolina and Tennessee, Pre- Pint ........1 ... to.... A. want" hearty, seal this y' { i .
considerably the utl-: for some one to In ference In filling the vacancies 1//. satisfyin is 'i : I
till boost come on the to deduct my national service -
.=:. .... .
the ,
Pint/ r .l a / .4 A. pllhr to t,4 .
itt tax fund Where the metenktw train or do 'they go down to the life Insurance premiums from I will be given to nurses who octalliM. to D.I""". W A,4..._ romc. .. ', I "
been set giving 12 minutes station Just to see the trains gu : the monthly disability compensation served In the armed forces Full SPECIAL WARRANTY Our Fcia U carefull prepared. and ., p

hr i penny 24 minutes for two through? check mailed to me each Information may be obtained Ipll.... L. II'h Md.. to L R. ...*... hava wide BJTction to choose ." ''tb}, 1 I
hour for five A number of from the nearest VA hospital FEE "MI'LI DEED ut you i1
and an people have recently month?
nod! .
.. .
.. .. "
J. So Nlebw .1. Hibm .dwartb. la I ,
K from Th% no Jfutinu aa all food ;
onU. experience has shown complimented on our: A.-Yes. You may go to any Veterans .wishing! further Information ... t I'' 'H, I I
business\ has Increased there Is newspaper To them we say,' VA regional office or to 'a contact about veterans' benefits RILL or SALE ia nerved ," ; 1
,ere parking apace available: thanks. It makes us all feel the office and fill out a form may get a personal! answer x.,, M. H.bw' of .1 1 N Nlebm. ..4 !
sod !the city profits In other: efforts are worth while and our which will authorize VA to make to their questions from JosephE. W.'b... ('AF tIA STYLE l '

outdo It has been proven by experience -; paper appreciated. Our slogan deduction from your check.Q.I : :. Oum; contact representative LEASEr ''Jrij: ,!t 1 :
that the community 1s a bigger and better paper for -- of the West Palm Beach contact wwthu..r..M. HI..... .t .1 l ,. HI..... ...d. AND e i : t) "I'"I'.t' I II

prellts as t whole through park I Martin county. want to change the office who Is available each week 'I You attentive l .I
get rt service ,
c us, :
in \inetera I The Chamber of Commerce beneficiary on my national service In Stuart at the county courthouse ARMY_ DISCHARGE. ,. I ,
11. S A to v.IM K How.rd. J and prices sonably low. I I. J.t'I !
automatic with from 10 a. m. to re r .
The new railroad i a worthy Kraft and a reliable life Insurance, but I don't Monday I I
and gates to be Installed Mapp should cruise to want the old beneficiary to know, noon. I lod'oolo.a' DEED D.loe.e./AND RELEASE Co....., u Spring 3f0P over or 1 : : !
:1 1st and 4th street cross- great heights this year. No WIN,. K.ntall Summer vacjjfiVn In beautiful : '
lull, which have long been needed ; fool'In. t Carol f i/la \ Mountain sCAFET .j' ,: ,::1'
r take the children on a trip to NOTICE OP INTENTION TO REGISTER hick 's :
to an Important step In the If the skeptics don't believe McKee Jungle Gardens In May I Week's FICTITIOUS f..rn NAME Quiet, conyortaive accessible 1. ,r
defy and protection of the pub. there are fish In and about After the meeting refreshments LegalJI Mirrliua.QUITCLAIM t The Pul.llc food* food yVmerican { '
I Stuart they should visit TomBewie's were &ened.Mra. Inst Bmwnlii J. a>.tnlk to J.mF P. i ican. Plan S Jam lie\ Open I f. '
Taxi stand where Harry arJind. Rate\ $35 '
Mrs. a
Alderman year
C. H. I ;
ItO RY CLUB Brown has on exhibition about .. A uu.r. I ,
100 different species of live! fish. Laura Howard Mrs Julia Oault WARRANTY DEED I' I Io. M bamKkU week cJn, double wi bath, THE COOL SPOT DINE t. e,I f I'' 'i'iAIDCONDITIOA I \ ,
Leontrd Miss Georgia Turner and Mrs I IBlo.eina. meals included. Wr a for I) 1
Noel our recreation ,
1adiR.aio. 'r;
M Jane Brown spent Wednesday SK-phtn' W. Bkrfntl M a. la Jom wire for ,
NOLM'3 a 11.1, director has Just returned from P. Arn.ill. folderJbr r rva-
G emburs. Selcbinn ,
and in : .. ... I
Tampa. U
L STAFFORD Thursday OtHi 1 lUtoUM to l* I) AndRecommended
,Aral Brooklyn N. T. where he spent s ,h.d. Nsu.e. a I .mpl. 1JIJGA/ :i 1
hostess i tion.ALUDA
Mrs. R. Robertson\ was
JAMES P AM, 5... the Easter holiday. Noel has under f J. lwtk to Klurtd.. auto. Pln.... inters. .mphiee ..th INN7 ISaluda
sad ;
to her bridge club at. Seymour Coa"...,. n. By Duncan yes '
i and construction when It is completed a boxing ring will 's Inn Tuesday afternoon j .". .E..1..Klimli H'. VolU, ,lo to Tnnrnui tUrnr O. FrKIHwr TranUerH h ART DRU North Carolina I < i !
won by Mrs. C., 1 '
High score was 'I' l: ,
amateur each
stage boxing bouts c7.nr.Jnh
I KmnlWni to Roe MrNillnmrlrt 'I
For Pierce Florida H Alderman. Others playing
Friday evening at the' basrball H. a..,... ets >.. bmrn N. ,
hon. 782 park. were Mrs Betty Alderman Mrs.j tnwford. ; .r j I

FREDErVrK. U PFoolSprcjirTlst R How many people realize what Minnie Klpp Mrs E. J. Ward, SUBORDINATION! OP TAX LIEN \ -1' !,01 !
the name Henry Ford meant to Mrs. Seymour Gideon Mr; Lewis ,
Gamble and Mrs Adolph. Hcrtcl! C B. ArbcKiii. to CUU of PlorU I I
046u this great nation With the peaslog ,
1r Bldg.S of this great American, who MORTGAGE ',J.
+ : built an automotive empire McCRECOR SMITH I I......,. D. "...ho.. to Vlr.t 'HI.l lT \e '
which has been .,.ni. ""'.n red _. A..a .ution. .,
i passes ;; name NAMED PRESIDENT J. tine U llurny. HoMIni. 'Corn.
before public since our childhood "" .
A' rI I ti
T U 1 .LlENi' '.
Time marches
day on.
t t
t r COMMIISSION This ;,I is' the United States I SATISFACTION, OF ., '?'
Junior (i Chamber of Commerce st. Petersburg, April 17-Mc- 4 T gosh ,. "N' .'100. Srkolib..rc... 11'I. I Ir

laftYteetisi r' COURTESY; WEEK. How manyof Orpgor Smith President of CHATTEL MORTGAGE* / W ., N
us'have entered Into the spiritof Florida Power tt Light Company .rFDEED
this movement?, Toq many was elected President the, .I 1L"'C.'Mr:,,! oulrlt. !t.-ern : !: ;", .. / .

people Interpret common courtesy Southeastern Electric Exchange ... t ? +. \ r i il +

5D'AY at the lack of sale resistance at the closing session! of Its three ...._ ,"- .".... Jew... Ie Pbeld
$ day 14th Annual Conference In ".....Uat... Cur.-.lioa.

St Hat[ A smile may' make matters St. Petersburg The Southeastern QUITCLAIMS .

worse when you've been caught: Electrlo Exchange member- .....11.. s. s..oi.s .. Job w. 11'(...... i a
In a costly mistake ship Is composed of members of .Uuawo.M_ to Albra S. rrpp., : :
blic'Always come ;. :
It's ASTONISHING how many power companies in eleven.
southeastern s'-tes and acts ; ir,
quarrels arise over ,sums less as 1
than a dollar. a clearing hous s )t the exchangeof .1'
You should. back away from Ideas to Improve and speed COtiIFFERCTS 'It t
ndenerved flattery aa you electric service to the pUblic. t
would from hones heels Among the facts brought out at rJ J !

Hare ,you ,ever noticed that the 8t Petersburg conferencewas A ;
BTCAj when you start talking about the fact that more than < -v >->' V' '.
yourself a lot .of people stop three million farms now are served 166 STAR/5 fULIEF IN i4 !
81 gt r 1
with electricity and Florida ,
listeningn'liuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiHHiiiiiiiiiii. JUST 6 SECONDS
Power ti Light Company contributed dIr

( to this' progress by
r Jensen Beach NewsUIHIIIIUIIIIIIHIIIIfllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU tending rural electric lines by ... M s..ar anal I. I / .
e nearly 700 miles during the year

I I I I I i I l l l l i l l l l ) I I I I I I I I I 1 I / Smith I served as First Vice-Presi .ANQ/MAYBE YOU'LL Y
dent of the Exchange during the
Mi. and Mrs\Keith Harvey and past year u NrMN .
children;Richard and Salley left ____ ST/Y..PERIOD !
Sunday tor their, home In Indianapolis. '

SpeclalisRentals' .. ,Theyrhave been the .. W
guests of Mr. and Mrs Robert .
Gray at Pine Lodge and Mr. and itionwi

Inn Mrs Raymond Lang: of Ocean Most perrneWht residents first came as winter apt '
t Breeie 1 1
visitors sUyedJwpugh a season tried ,
spring ,
sfpraratioa Dr. and Mrs A.. F;. Campbell of '
Rantoul, 111, whq have spent E&s' summer-and/raBLly amazed at the glorious year .4J ;, '

Rsa l E. a Insurance the season at ,Hendrys, have 'round hvab ty ol brida, moved here for keeps.
returned to their home. '
nit See' Don Holt and William Boxer You rwe taken MI first of these steps. t4 ,

for Richmond Va.. r
left Thursday :
JO E.' YLOR where they will\ spend the summer If yop re willing to We falling head over heel n '

0 e a Bldg. lone 1941bTUART ._ in lovopVith Florida, takeme second step now, isi, ,
Mr. and :hire. : Oeorge Peck
have returned to their home In r. thru May when kes bluer
ay are fishing

Rusbvllle t Hendry's, Neb.for'.They; the season have been I andjfcther sports are perfectfather is magnificentthere's ;ei i if ifS !

Howard Austin who has spent plenty of room he' l I p

Mrs the winter Arnold here Taube with and Mr family and, 0 0 .. It often takes only-one woncfWul Maytime and l 1' 1

left Friday for Oklahoma to l ne delightful summer to makepBpple ask themselves a I

I spend 'the summer pDl.plsyed "Why doesn't everyone 1% in Florida?" se j ;R
Mrs Ester McMackan of Newark I Irl

:. Jf J.. was the guest of Mr. a t
and Mrs A. A. Hendry last week. fit

Minds Alw sB Mr. and Mrs. Robert Momm
Som.O left Saturday for their home In
Washington N. J. They have occupied -
Sa the. Pro b.De one ,of Segerstrom't cottages t

ssioo n dRec for the season FLORIDA F011W41GHT{ } CQlCM .

Mrs W B. TUton returned-: bjr a noomblom twork of doalon. the CMCof f
ons ; Gainesvillewhen .
home Sunday from U b oh ands truck 'weedale".i
tb. e.cegni awn a* a
s err theyy she visited her son-in-law S d
have R EN' and daughter '. and Mra.ftank the best role., end .qulpenent. Asa CMC t551. 4_ I'

that i $ ,O Waeha and Tallahassee! headquarters, woWffor truck S sport In this area a throe*' I

ADVE la. where> she visited her sister Mrs fold wrrlo.e 1. "Army l rkhor o"-po ieroo truck. \
oars C. Browning, and family. 1. CMCfonuliJUrUand s nrn L i. J. CMC scientific Pee.settle. .
WORT Mrs Harry Begerstrom and Main anos for all unlink ml modok. Wo'ro truck
STEA T and Are Mrs BUI Bessemer spent MondayIn (pocUUot*, OffTlppod to handle oWs orvIco and oqulpmontor rfOlIDA/ S KIND TO ,BUDGETS G S, TOO h '

Yos West Palm Beach.. 3.a or "loxb" of pullu k>or and fmfniiiniMot r t ty
F Home'ad
ot.et.ed Erie Samdahl of Cleveland U q tax exemption No state income 'S, jR

0 ? ay Go here. for a' bort visit and Is stayIng r lilac P.yusd P/I./ Me.. Y M A.d ils b/.am j tfx e No inheritance tax' e., Lower W *** f '

Poll a r. at Pltchford's wint heating coat e Lower clothing cost .r..rvr 5 '
ejE Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson iley Motdb Co.. ?
I who have spent the season at sap. dependable electric service la- *: .. :'

Ward's,, left-Monday for'' Lake: expensive recreation v ,r
M'A I, Apopka to spend a few. weeks North F.ral, Highway Stuart: Fla, : e + rrH

before going to Minnesota for the n e.Ilt .
} 1ni N w r

d II1iYrsas: .,, summer.The regular meeting the P-TA ek., ., i 1 i,

oe 1g lO. was nesday held afternoon.at Jensen School!The school Wed- I TVSfE IN. The NEW "ELICTRIC HOUR OF CHARM"! SUNDAY_ ArT>!O1(0 C* S ,

'children, entertained with a1 r tf j 1r ,'

rhythm:band It. was decided to i iR4

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f I MRS. MARY HARTMAN Society Editor,

I t't'jJ;J. 1, SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART 'e I News Horn Items Telephpne f for ftM this before 35WOffice paper noon mast ea Wednesday reach the Pions aewgm jot,,,

l'II 1 College! students who came 1 aid Burroughs Jack Bugles;
,1"", JOYCE: ANN HALL GARDEN CLUB DELEGATES I 4-H CLUB GIRLS HOLD RALLY DAY TOUR STUARTI MRS. tEACH HONOR ]home for the high school Junior Jack Hartman, all from'SletaJ::
h ". OKSHmS" : BIK11IDAV 'LEAVE HIlt CONVENTION .. WINTER VISITORSOne i brom last week end were Don-*University
I _
....: .. prettiest parties of --
II Joyce Ann Hall celebrated t her of the -
,; f :, 4th blithday' April t with an l I I Six delegate of the Garden the season. was a tea April 8

I I'.t.' aster:: egg<1 bunt for it littler ,Club of Stuart/ left by auto Tuesday given by Mrs. Wlllaford R. Leachat Bath Tile and Asphalt
I A Tuckahoe, her Sewall Point m
:fi HIula at the home of tier parents I tor Orlando lu utUnd the
II In Eldorado Heights I annual convention of the State estate when 50 guests were InCited to
i!' be: liullful': l birthday cake was r:: Federation yesterday and today to meet Mrs A. J L MorlU Also Supp f Belgian Tile vario Srsi
sect 1. Ice to Lu t f Ashevllle. N. C.. Mrs William i s d 316 CommerciiNSTA
,I with mam Terry In the party were the president, # s lar
'hrl'Ckt'UICWIt.< Chris Lance, Con Mrs. W. R. Leach three vice. Bedell of Chicago And, Mrs L. i TIONS ant ES
I nlc Bob and Charles presidents, Mri. J E. Taylor, v> s Christie ot Miami and Toronto. Tile Bath., lobos Porches ofrls
7M IIIt ar'Ii8We: Plillp, Vicki:; Mrs. L A. A b<)Rast and Mrs. The spacious run porches and ,
'I't" Dianne and Huy HoliUn Shipper -' Herbert, Thayer, the treasurer,j reception rooms of the Leach FORT PIERCE T CONSTRUCTION co,
,, J 11 mu..r, Sonny Steward Mr. Howard NaU,and the exhibits home were converted into A
r'! Hilly Dariah, Sandy II in ijt and, chairman, .Mrs Harry spring garden with huge arrangements -, HOBoi
,. 'th<' bounce/ SwInBlehurst of Easter: illicit slid
\ --- .... contrasting with
white gladioli
r smaller bouquets of Vnrl-colored 1191 Phone 181 + 118 h St., Fort fierce

WE HAVE ALL KINlSMARlNVfADES cut blossoms The hostess ww;'
assisted In receiving by Mrs -
j JE AND John E. Thayer MrS. Herbert

'. NEW NOyXTIES Thayer, Mrs. Paul Hoenshtl, Mrs.
; '"1'' WE AlOSHTP FRUIT other Damron, Mrs, R. B. MrCullough SAILFISHINGEverywfctre
Mrs, George; Conrad
t A I ILRE "" """ e + Mrs W. A. Palmer and Mrs. Tal-

\ + tt madge WilsonOBRAINE! ,

I Ed's Fpiii..an
:; I : Miss Lorraine McPherson entertained Cet Yours W'TOL
1 orner 2nd St. --- At Feder lighway with a steak fry on
the lawn Ct the home of her parents -
Mr and Mrs B B McPherson Y''
I ,. In St. lurie stales: Friday I LEETEXPER
Ii ._ --- night. Quests were Mr and Mrs I
: \ All OCCAS Larry! Paschal, Mr and Mrs i PAIRS

:I 51 Martin County 4-II Club girls" "pre- Ing places of'Interest la the city The occasion George Paschal: Mitchell Toms,

BOUQUETS -CRSAGES eLOWERS tenting every community In the county, held a was! sponsored by the Tropical Farms Home Charles Paschul and William O yMA
McCullum of Fort Pierce: Miss
n Rally Day here recently and spent the day tour Demonstration Club
FLORAL ANC TS e.w.w, q..,.. Dldl Koppe, house guest of the EE E NE-
I % Clay hostess, and her aunt Miss
ST. CATIIFRINES CHAPTER Miss Janet at Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelce let.. Fmma Lukert. She was assHxKl. with f Ile
HAS SUPPER MEETING: I the Boca Raton Airfield, was the Monday for their home in Cleve- by her mother Store your oat us
SMITH'S feRALGIFT SHOP Saint Catherine chapter of,F-astrr week end guest, of her land after spending the season '
the woman I auxiliary of the I mother, Mrs. Blanche Lowrey, at at the J-lolleran Apartment, Miss Emma Lukert of Mo '
I E WIRE FLO S Episcopal Church met In the the Holleran Apartment. .::.. riches, L. I., who has spent the TO Y'S .BOA RD
), ( Arc parish house for a covered! dish I Mr and Mrs Ernest Kummer .,
; I ,I, supper at 6 SO p. in Mondaywith I Mr. and Mrs. L. C. KlckUter of St. Petersburg, Arnold Stein B. McPherson, and Mr McPherson S Miles South 'of Stuart 0" Old Dix
,' Miss Alice Dthon, chair- were hosts to the adult training I art and! Ralph Schubert of Cincinnati In St. Lucie Estates plans
), man, in charge union of the Baptist Church Friday -. have returned to their to return to her Northern home. Sa erno ;do

the Best"t t"We Service the Rest" 1 Plans were! made for a rum night at'a barbecue at their 1 homes- after being here for the May 1 1. .
'\ : mage sale in the Pmt Office I home In Eldorado Heights. I funeral of Fred_Kummer. v
Arcude 25. 0 -
April |I
1 I :
: BRTLETT BR The chapter has received! com- I Dr. John Laird and daughter, Mr and M.-. L C Clements,
mendation of the church officials Miss Hazel, will leave next week Oho have sold their res:. urant
t.1I for completed projects during the for their home In Philadelphiaafter on V S. 1, left Tuesday for an
I N Sales Fh4D10 Service year. Funds have been rained : spending the season In the extended vacation to Tallahassee Everywfctre, you hear ff said
Georgia and the Carolinas.
for the purchase and Installation I R. B. McCullough cottage\ on
of a water pump and sprinkler Osceola Ave. Dr Laird has retired They will visit his parents! In
I If 7 ? system for the church lawn; for from the Presbyterian ministry rwlnvllle[ Oa, and her! parents GIVF1
In Lakevlew S. C. The ROLETBl"AR
FASTEFFRELIABLE a new dossil for the church and I after serving the same Clements
'l : for the purchase of three dozen church in Philadelphia for 52 are proud\ of their business record -
J17 Oaceola Ar Wk. Phone Stuart 209 chairs and silverware for the years. having operated the popular
:,' ; parish house The chapter meets I ..... eating place for 15 months
f. during which time the doors JIt
the second Monday night of! each I Mr. and Mrs W. C, Armor went were QUALITINU
IA! f month and especially Invites 'to Miami Monday to take their only one_ .day.w
; women of the church who house
can! / guests on a Bight-seeing
Millard ,
I not attend the afternoon meetIngs trip of several daysMrs F Williams, employeat
; U M of Saint Marys I Merriman's Tavern Jor the

B'.End' attending this chapter.Those Week> I ; T. O Dunlap has had as last home month in Pittsburgh left Monday He expects for his 1 LOW ST CMT I

house at her BewailsPoint
supper were Miss Matilda Fen I guests
: to return to Stuart this winter,
t I ton Mrs Paul HwnshH, Mrs. estate Mrs Robert Krlemer ,
,. 1 Stanley Smith, Miss Myrtle Dyer, and! Mrl. Paul Scudder of Cincinnati Janet M. Miller-, daughter of
Mrs Earl Rlcou !.
uilding Mr. and Mrs H. L. Miller celebrated
I II ...
Miss Chee Chee Rlcou\ of Miami; her 14th birthday last
1 I Mrs. D S. Hudson, Miss Margaret Dr and Mrs. A. J. L. Mortis of
week at her home
I on the Dixie
I I Mears, and Mrs. Chaile hevllle, N, C.. 'their daughter
I Highway by entertaining a num-
; Wilhelmlna, and four of, her
Swayne of Marshallton, Del.. K
ber of girl friends at welner 1
E a
d I I sister and house gues of Miss classmates spent an Easter holiday l roast and theater .
are more plentiful Dchonj << a..,their Scwall Point estate, _party. -' a rSs t
\ ; aa '
I --_ ___ Lurtdna
j I ..:.. Fred Kelley, counterman afChlsholm
j a i We May HavftAVhltfYou Need 'I Lt.-Comdr. and Mrs, M. R.I Miss Lorraine McPherson, senIor Thursday's for for an the extended last year, left Vacation The new and even big\ -looking! tier-looking Chevrolet for 1947is
Be\ure Cartwright, Jr.. have announcedthe at Centenary Junior Collegeat !:
That New ll See Us trip to
or Vie to Chicago and otherpoints
\ ::I i I, birth of a son, Zan Linn I llackettstown N J.. has spent before returning: to the the| only/ car in its flud witjrall these Big-Car advantages: '
two weeks her
AL 1RIGLEY, Mf April 9 at Everett, Wash.. He Is parents, Mr. home of his parents In,Maine.
J the second grandson of Mr. and and Mrs. R. B. McPherson She
I June 15 he will go to Lake Pleasant

Mrs. M, R of Stuart. wan accompanied on the Eastern
East LihnberFILES Cartwrlght N. Y., to Join the id
I II II IZoast I vacation by a classmate, Miss hotel' statfIf rummerresort James Bip-Cor beauty, comfort Mo1| or, In addition Biff-Car performance
( I LEGION: AUXILIARYTO I rJ.Dldl Koppe, of Weehawken, N. Reardon Jr. \ and safety of Body by lo JAs the only car dependability of' a Valvt
y MEET TUESDAYThe Mrs McPherson plans to at.
1 Supply Co. I Woman Auxiliary of: tend the graduation of her Verna Gamble- a, student-,, at the Fisher l I %tolls yew .In-Head: Thrlfl-Maitu'
Harold Johns Post, AmericanLegion daughter June 8. the% enviable Engine
Rlngllnir: Art School! at Sarasota
will meet at 8 p, m. -- IFmilurtt
I 1 returned there BIO-CAR
Phone Stuart, ida I Tuesday at the Holleran Apartment ) Mrs Lucy Williams, who has the Sunday after
spending Easter
home of the preilderit, Mrs spent a mon h with Mr. and Mrs holiday with 1' QUALITY SLOWEST
f Blanche Lowrey. i W. A Smith at their Rio home her parents Mr and Mrs. Lewis COST, OravlM alto
Gamble. at Jensen
Ii'Ii'J I -- ---- ----- I halt' returned to her home InEvansville Mr. Gamble stand oullfcth tIoweos.prieai
: took her over and they were' accompanied *
Mrs. George D. Ounn returned I Ind.
J on the motor trip bv of
j Saturday to her home In Jacksonville -I -
Donald Hartman
after a 10-day visit with Col. A 0 Vorls entertained who returnedto can Is rent ,
.Art Metal I her sister-in-laws, Miss Anna andMisjrleiia 1 I apartment neighbors In the St. Leo College Preparatory
,1: School at St, Leo, Big-Car nding-smoolnnsf
: ; Qunn, and! her brother 'France Friday at a fish gumbo # g ;
-In-law, R. M.Ounn, on Oiceola'luncheon, Quests were Mr. and e oncj .road-tleadinetvf of ftp-Car:safely of Posihv
'I Ave I Mrs., M. ZarKo, Mr. and Mrs. O Charles Smith. freshman ai Naa. -...... order
a -
(For Durability t u let n the Unilized Kne -Ac Brake
: / ? Crocker, Mrs. A. T. Hogarth University of Florida, was a ..utIw/or.o.-; Action';, Hydraulic
I .I'" 'i Mrs George Shelton and! her I Peck Snyder and Andy Anderson. the week end guest of his grand' .....-pobIIuctol MwIce't
Ease of F Operation t parents Mr and
:: 1 mother, Mrs. James Slorklc'V, of e -- Smith at Rio. Mrs W. A, y "Iaryed l.lIuIIdot"at motor
Salerno left April 5 to fold their I R. B. McPherson, Florida East -e t.ra. MmM. M M
,r ,I I I husbands in the North. Mrs Coast Hallway station agent A sA-
; Shelton goes to Heliport t I.. I here, returned home Thursdayfrom Mr and Mrs. Dan Fagen tooka ewe y-u lied.wvlc se 'kt
I for the summer months and Mrs I the railroad hospital at st. week end trip to Lake Wales, your r"Ml w MM .nr) two
.\ a I Stockley to VonJ, Pa.. where Mr, I Augustine where! he underwent visiting Bok Tower and Cypress .moiler. Mwah.

i : Stockley Is with the U. S. Engineering : i I an operation He Is convalescing Gardens Sunday.
i I Department<< 1 at his St. Lucle I Estates home -
I -- ---- ---- :_ Maj.] J. W. Mayben received
"' ...
I l>An MNal DireeurPlc. ---- word Saturday of the death Fri-
0 C3 I alt. fcmnJ the many id day night, of his half-brother, '
/ I .... vanaps l that Art Metal L. A. Anderson 02, In San Antondo. ROYAL PALM CHEVROLET CO

,. j I Ilse developed In a hill PROTEC manager Mr Anderson of the was Coca-Cola a retired ,
century of kml ling fins
r I O 0 nlhrt equipment in skeet Bottling Stuart.works and "has visitedIn KltyEGER BLDG.. STUART 'PHON1 9124.N

I ?q .d .seas In this ampIrte) km k a YOUR.
; I J h1eG.revarybu.inaeaseed. .--

,\', C7 I C3n liture, Clothes, l rigs Etc. old You .Drag, Sideways One of Your Front Tire. !H' Mile With ?00 Pound

i ; anst! Loa t? Of Cour'1 Not Yet That Is
r 'I' I ? tomMos a a a Exactly What 'You Do Every >Time You

Compare the Director Files with any other file on the Roaches and Silverfish Make '

market" In these! Art Metal, files are found) W progressive

ball-bearing .'IIInlion friction clutch side I lock eomprei. Having; ThemBERLOlNp'HPROOFED'

I sort and 1 heavy gauge, steel. welded CO Alruclian. I II A TRIP -WEST PA

Art Metal files can speed the handling\ of your. Cling\ work ACH ..;.

r See
f glide effortlessly at the slightest. touch Sn why ;t Hula (TEN YEARJrV TTEN GUARANTEE) If Tout Front Wheels Are Out o 1/ ont Take Lone-To Pay, For That

smoothly after a test operation; of over 500,000 eyelet Front
4 : 44" Our representat'will Aid If com to your horn WC1eeI'AlignmentJob..Bri' Tar In and Let Our Trained Front-End

STUART DAILY.NEWS. .INC. and give yon iflrt estimatl Man
It For You; D T6day To.

Office Outfitters 1Printers j Writ or PhGEORGE

& Stationers i KEll '

Stuart Florida Phone 300 I
H '
ULMERMO\ ? ''tea
+ sales agents for "''O ,rC
Martin Cl
County ners .
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.Art ..M.tal' OFFICE EQUIPMENT Phone 190 P, O.:Boa 903' OLD DIXIE," STUART PHONE 9141 PLY !

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'LDUFE GROUP IN I ICOMMENDATIONS I I It U most difficult for the average for, within the State of Florida,I CITES building will be resumed. of them can operate without the eat flood dries up? How many w 1 I

ON person to know for a fact be licensed, the cost of which Mrs. Ray Lambright, a winter I coordination of the others people can be fed on the products I ..t' ,1,';
ROTECTING STATE which department these en- shal1"be settled upon after a guest also, will accompany Mr. r Found Wanting of the remaining tillable .'
forcement officer represent, it study of the matter, and that and Mrs. Elliot!; when they leave About the only difference betwep soil? How about lumber for ', ," ,
are the recommendations ''II 1 suggested that the Game and owners, operators, managers, Saturday, ? : ./
gear wild life and the rest of houses and ships 'i'
! "orlda! Wildlife Federation I Fresh Water Fish Commission supervisory and others be made : our national resources I is the Any nation can be rich only I// ,alas ;: f ,
ct protection of Florida' fish adopt and use the name WILDLIFE responsible for the condition of MISS JESSIE MILLER Ir fact that the ducks and geeseand long as its supply of resource t ; 'j ,
lid pille: : STATE: POLICE as this boats equipment, motors, and RESIGNS AS PRINCIPALOf fish and fur bearers have Is greater than the needs of its f 11 1
I '?? Pew of the fact that en- name Is appropriate and des' the supplying\ of such needs as FORT PIERCE SCIIOOL been counted and found want- people. After that no nation Is ) I, (I' t:
1 officer of both the .criptive of the work of the enforcement required by law ,1 '
Mnt Ing. Thus far this nation' hu self-supporting it Is high time. + y
oree, and Fresh Water FIIhIIIlon 'officers pf this department "That guides, or persons actIng The resignation of Mis 'JellSleP. never taken an Inventory of its we snapped out of our beliefthat n, Ii
ame and the State De- as guides, be licensed and Miller, of Eden, principal of I \ rI' stock of supplies. the people of this country 1 i
; t ; il1 ;; !
?eel of conservation aretgenerallyknwn "That aQ Fishing Camps, that these guides be responsible the Fort Pierce Elementary I i: \\\ : How much iron tine, nickel can go on forever using up soils, 1' I I; ;
i I and ahead where boat are rented and other for party and see that such was accepted by the lead and aluminum have we and forests waters, minerals and j I j '
.. !rattle- --ers.: tond ,services rendered and charged parties return at the proper Her county services School will Board at April the end.. ,' I how long will they last? What life without eventually coming ; 4 I: j'j'wild
time, as set by camp operatorsfor of 'the current term.cease I'' 1" will\ we do for oils when the pres- to the bottom of the barreL !Il/ '1\\, t i' t11s
the return of boat. or equipment : ; I' j
//Miss Miller will return to Bra-. A
W and furnished. This to take 'MENACE'R denton where she was for < :s/ ;, #11s 11sL t ;\\1
Jones g bang care of parties overdue, and in years head of the Bradenton many r 1 your Rooms, Apartments end Rental till.
; 1 ill
some cases in distress Honfta. with ':
Quick Service. a try t ease schools and prominently Identified us.IT r I .. ., "If
you ; '
"That suitable placards be In state educational circles. 4I ,I I J
In '
printed and supplied to operators She was a. pioneer teacher who I !
349 St, of camper renters of boats put studious benefits into her ,.r 's4al 1 ; ;it

EY .1.1p. and equipment and that such work for the schools she represented ",\ q ,.. ') : 'If ," ..' ', I
operators required to prominently and her resignation on ';.' BUYING .LLI AEMTING I IIHI'
o. Box PHONE 292 wart, Florida"JOE" post such on docks, boathouses account of health, was accepted .j'; PROPER ACEMEN'f I I'' I nL
and piers,containing laws "with regret. ''i1I.i'! Wr 4 : .',
and rules pertaining to fishing, :....... ,;.'1" x No. f>>'I' : I t
3 orth Color
and ''' L venue ; '
hunting conservation Such MRS. HATTIE TANCRE 1' ri' ,

sportsmen Information and to individuals properly inform as to DIES IN CALIFORNIAWord :i'iJ": 'Stuart, Flor( aNAtS \\i ""J

the day's limit, size, and such has been received byMrs. ; ; '

other information as would Karl H, Burggraf and Mm.' .. ,,' ; II'II'I
1 1j
MOS clearly made known to all, those Harry Parsons that their mother, (. ,,: :; j' ti' F
general rules and laws regarding Mrs. Hattie Tancre, had passed : : PAINTED AD ISiM6 I I' '
BING limits, license, transportation away March 25, in a private sanitarium -::::! ,' j ;, t"" ,
prohibited, etc I w In Elcajon, Calif., where '. .'t' :
"That an Emergency Law be; she has been for a number of : (kf\ i! I,
JOBBING CONTRACTINGPROMPT prepared and presented to the year. Mrs. Tancre. in her 90's, \ i' ,.
EFFICIENT fiERVICE next session of the legislature, KIM SIGLER requested cremation and no funeral \ ,I ; ,'I I! j
LL WORK, GUARANPhone and effort m ado to secure the services j" r
308 passage of same, requiring coun- Testifying before the House Beside these two daughters she
ties to dig ditches, canals and un-American Activities' Committee Is survived by a son, William W. ji 0 O1D DII)( ill WAY : 1 \ ,, ,II,
drains to ca re for low water conditions In Washington, Governor Tancre, three grandchildren and : :, f ,. re r
in ponds ,lakes, streams I Sigler of Michigan says two greatgrandchildren.In I I : \ 4 'i i 1;
and canals where drought and Communism present a "serious pioneer days Mrs Tancre .. t3o c J 5 } 'I
other conditions have brought menace" to America. .." came to Florida with her '''In this spectacular "I"" \ I :
Your idle mon about a serious low water situa- Capt West, met William father'j' scene, which the Army says, I". \.iw.
tion whereby fish have been IlllllllllllllllUllllllllllllllllllllltllllllll.NEWS/ / cre In Titusvllle where occurred April 1 near Fairbanks I !. :

trapped in such water and may OF'' married, and then came Alaska, Pvt lot Class, I ,
be lost by death under such conditions kona to live in"the home now I Raymond (i. Kenyon (centerl l'' '
Can earn The expense of hand. owned by Mrs. J. H. Woolnoughand of East Greenwich, R. I, grasps I ISHECONOMY TO REPAHXYO ''I /1111'
ling such work to be charged to River Drive where Mrs. Parsons was (shroud lines of collapsed parachute :.1. : { !''
and paid for by the Game and [ born. This home was built by of Cpl. Charles A. Harris HOME l i
2 Fresh Water Fish Commission. Br VIVA CLARK: Mr. Tancre's father and fi ) : !t I k,; ''j I
% The idea behind this request ed in the family until remain-I vtlle.
I I'I li
to millions
being save of all kinds purchased by the Woolnoughs (large one, upper center) )
of fresh water fish that have KEYNOTETO and is one of the few structures bring both men to earth safe ;
PerAnnumy I been lost year In and rear out ENJOYABLE PARTY along the drive to outlast storms ly. Harris' chute collapsed REPAIR ancftBUfLDING NEEDS ':,i Ii \ ; l';
all over Florida in the past. and ires. For many seasons when a crosswind blew the I' \ ,
onnsured "That a ruling be made effective Nelgborllneas and goodwill was she Was a winter guest at the men together: about 100 feet OUR A O PLEASE "
the keynote to for
enjoyment ,
Sa ngs as quickly as possible in Stuart Hotel and well-known Rhone ground while the Task I'j"
keeping with present laws, stopping each individual attending Indian there as well as in this .com- Force Frigid paratrooper were i'j I j"
Accov River Drive Association dinner munity where she has old- '
the killing of alligators and many making a routine practice
i crocodiles In all the counties of Tuesday night. time friends.Darling. Jump The Fairbanks Dally f' I'
The Federal Sat s anJfLoan Insurance Corporation ;
Florida and that the sale and Don J. Romanello, president, News Miner, from which this C umb Co.s !S I
Insures Individ_ a founts to $5,000.. Husband
transportation of these reptiles welcomed the guests numbering picture was obtained explainedthe it
and wife may have to ,t $15,000. fully insured., or any products made from these around 80 that were seated Warns parachute at top belonged :
First Federal paving, ounta are legal investments reptiles, be stopped as there are around long beautifully decorated -: In another jumper, and Was ; i
(for Trust Funds'as w Funds held by Guardians, many good reasons for the pro- tables I not Involved In the rescue, Still Doing Its Best To Supply '

Administrators andr tecfl a. tection and care of these. Mrs. Myrtle B. Englar chair I Nation To Save -- 66ATTIC !I IYo
"That' the: Commission'' more man of social activities, "
all or rite for at least six months in advance ed speakers Dan them. The old pacific salmon ;, I; W,
-- -- -
of date of any fair of exhibiting Clay Miner, Ora 8.' present-I Its ResourcesBy from California to the Canadianborder f .
opportunity to make Dr. E. Dennison, are gone or on their way It i

FIR FE RAL plans far and get under way McCarty hailed as a milestoneIn ont. .,.::1""
with all arrangements so that development the new 30-mile J. N. .D'iN ? DARLING Cod Swept Clean FAN I J
the Came and Fresh Water Fish Florida East Coast Railway from The cod haddock and tuna of I, I' '
) ;
and ociaton Commission will be able to makea the Captive, Fla.vW( -tThere uur of-coast \ t.
Savifljs Lojfh Okeeehobee-Everglades region waters and Great .
was a story a few ago \ I" \
creditable showing, which will years InVb 4 jfll
to the Port of Fort Pierce, Lakes flshierles are swept so 44 Rex 36'lno/Hunter
bring about profitable publicityand about a man living out on Long : 1;:
of Indian River Count laying it was an important factor clean of food fish resources that ;
) prove a good educational in making Fort Pierce Island who sent his new baro- our fishing fleets (
tiRS feEAcrf, FLORID a back are invadingour
meter to the. factory for ;
medium. I
great commercial center where neighbors' water against 30 Inch VenturSMACLEXHAJ 1
1512-20tf ** Nplal more repairs because the nedle kept ,
Street 2137
"That the Commlslson industry would be established their violent protests.
closely check on the pollution of pointing to "hurricane.' A few I,
because of these faclll 1es. He
Secretary-TreasureK Water resources for Industrial
W. Sedgwick, hours later a hurricane swept
waters in the state, and that
also gave an Instructive and Interesting his house and went on to pui poses, water for agricultural T FANS : : j t'
MeqjW Federal Home Loan Bank and Federal firms or corporations manufacturing talk on the tax ques away water for muulclpalltles and water 'I.I ,
wreck the'Atalntic Seaboard
and mining or operating any tion. Miner, Rogers and Dr. as '
Savings Loan '
Insurance Corp. \ for fish and wildlife have
1 Cujftcnt dividend fate, business, and depositing or flowIng Dennison brought out hearty far north as Maine. been so polluted, drained, G. E. AND HUNTER -KCH-LATING FANS :; 1;. ; JI'(' '
,; into the i'ater any material laughs when they became,rem He wasn't much different from dammed, and mismanaged that I' "
which pollutes such waters that' iniscent of pioneer days. I all\ the rest of us who disregard; the sub soil water table has fallen ) I I -1' 1 J '
The evening was concluded by I the signs of rapidly diminishing VICTRONWEDESTAL FANSWHIRLWITOWORTABLE i
drastically over most of the !
bridge and bingo games. Lane Aatural resources upon which continent and we are authorizIng FANS 1'J'j : .I j
Jennings and Madison Weeks In our rich American life depends. billions for control of man f/ I
charge. This was the first of Diminishing wildlife Is only the made "I, -'
floods. All these things and NEW DAY LAJFN MWER WITll MAYTAG !t
CLEMENT'S RESTAURANT a series of parties that will be : premonitory breeze of a rapidly More, including dust bowls and }
approaching hurricane of de- SOUNE\OTOR d '
staged. during the year, pleted natural all\ over-grazed cattle ranges are, ', ": I IH
resources' closely associated with and following
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Cain, along the line. close behind the vanish 'tI !
HAS Hempstead, ,L. I., returning to The need for Intelligent conservation ing wild life of our continent. RADsTO AND APPLIANCE REPAIRS ; ',!.''j
their home after spending the of our national! resources Those who are placing special '11
winter in Palm Beach, stoppedin is stark and real. It 1 is I
emphasis on wild life do so with i
Ankona last Friday where imminently upon us. It Is Inescapable full recognition that any at. I" ,: ) ;! 1
1ANGED OWN SHIP they visited ovef the\ week end if we are to preventthe tempt to restore fish to our wa- ,I. l I II
with Mr. and Mrs. John Roen- ultimate economic decline of I tt rs and wild life to our upladns HUTTRADIO '
'beck, the United States. without B', :
Mr.' Roenbeck's son, John, Jr., Wild life merely leads the pa agement more of our intelligent soils and waters man I'' ": ::'fr

We wisH t* express our sincere ratitude, to all who also]/ from Hempstead in Delray,, came spring Friday vacationing -- rade.ested in Even birds If you and are fish not and Inter-little sound and without practices wise to application forest and of AND'APPLIA l I p, !'; 'I'I

I II .
Johnnie skunk you'd better stick 1''
for a stay vegetation would be Impossible. I 'I ,
patronized flouring the past >months, ;< around and watch the rest of They are as Interdependent as 02 Osceola Ave Opposite City F% Dept 1'1'' ,

MR. AND MRS. ELLIOT the procession. A lot of your more the wheels in a watch. No one 114 ,

,MR., MRS. GODDARD BUILDING, WINTER HOME the intimate corner friends, are Just around j I j ,

Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Elliot own Wan Take Toll 1A J;
ers of Commercial Apary, Meno- Two World Wars, in which we
our successors arc k Kenced restaurant people and monle, Wls., who navej: spent oiled, munitioned and fed half fps
many seasons along! the drive, the world, have, taken a heavy PROGRESS REPOR '
we feel sure will co/u e to give excellent service to have purchased a winter home- toll of our iron oils, forest and tl'' I ITO
site in Ankona where construction soils already badly wasted In a F t
the public. of a garage is completed reckless era by a nation of economic I :
this for storage use until their spendthrifts. We have seen
return next September when the bottom of the barrel too often -
recently for it to be so soon hr '
OPENING J TE WILL SOON, forgotten. According to our bent :
they be promptly notified of the Informed geologists, our mineral I
unsatisfactory condition and requested honeymoon will be over in from r Siw I
NMPLETE; RENOVATION I ISwi ,PROGRESS to remedy such at once. 15 to 25 years, which Is about In. flh beginning An IDE T > ,, ". The toil of 'e >

And that la cases where fish or the time the prophets of evil ccunmting knowledge and rperience, in merchandise I
: WE EXT D TO THEM OUR GOO WILL AND BEST animals living in such polluted look for World War III. It wll| smflknethods, for the imate benefit of THE ;' 1 11
water are affected or killed, be tough'even without a war. PEOPLElff STUART. tif
that the concern be required to Those silt-laden rivers we see ;
WISHES pay the cost of such damages. running down to the sea may In 1947 A e thly operating organization le '
That, if by any chance law ar* look like nothing but muddy water which i is actiestablished slating original IDEA into i..
ClSkENT not in effect making this possible to, you, but they are beef- ] fact e ;
MR and MRS. L. C: that such laws be drafted stead and potatoes, roast duck, eve
and every effort made to pass ham and eggs and bread and As a resuUror ir association with the people % 4 4of

them at the coming session ot butter with jam on it. For there, Stuart, we o doiA* better job, and will continue + '

.., ... the,legislature.THPWAR'S "with the aid of Improvident t to increase yenrice* aiML advantage to the people d ,r',
agricultural method, goes the 1 who are QBR CUSTOM
rich top soil from' .American I
arms at the 'rate of 25,000,000acres reapects established tradition 61d i'
a year. Some groceries! u c cE
? I of its sines.,
ARE' YOU IS We have been whittling up our 4
forests aster than r, we have, DO OUR OWN WA REPAIRING

f NEW C I ALil Bill III EING MADE grown them for a 100 years fY
OVER AND without counting the extra draln, I :AND

BUT irLLE L RILE'' B ,5 rTO AVAILABLE of wars. This year the demandwas I GUARANTEE OUR WO y yEngravin
,l TO EVERYBODY? ||5ilPu WANT THE OLD CAR TO lumber. 80,000,000 Only, 34,000,000 board feet board of j
Crlkul Is fitted while U, Wilt
feet were available. Wasteful
,I methods of harvesting' 'timber

; EXPERTTlRl.aiANICS:,DRIVE INTO could be remedied, 'phere; they : LaPOINTE'PORTED ''
exist but aren't.r ;

The Atlantic salmon are practically ,. ,. .

WILEY MOTOR CO.: TN01' gone The from Pacific our EasternSeaboards salmon I ,I AND' COSTU JEWELRY

once one of out richest gifts of ictory Arcade earl; Florid
ederal'Hithwsy 9; nature, now come mostly from I

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PACE SIXTEEN s, THE STUART NEWS, STUART, Martin County, Florida TIltRSDAt.APIIL 17. 1)41.2eU .

r THERE IS A TIGER IN THE HOUSE .=====roao=====roaot::::=:::loaOC==OClO, at Stalingrad for any love of us or our Allies Shed
herself from the bedfellow
tuitrt save she vni,,
,. l1e # If you wonder why this newspaper consistently finds NEWS and COMMENT Uy had climbed In with "'

L space for editorials about need for a spiritual awakeningto -
i ''I: Published every Thursday at end the Imminent threat of atomic war, it is because we .cz== ozaoltreneas==moa. eta e utututnnwummnunnlnnmannntnnnutnnluluumulnnumrmy,;,

I ,, ; s Stuart, Martin County, Florida, believes U l later than you think. CAPT. FRED' NARVEL of Port Deposit, Md., who runs Horticulturally Speakin

''J i by Stuart Daily News, Inc.. a All wars are known in advance. You cannot bide a Camp Susquehanna the.banki of the Potomac, writes
I ,i.h Florida corporation. | tiger In a house. The tiger of war Is in the house of the that he la Interested In locating permanently here. Fred iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiim ':
Entered as second-class mall world today. la a genuine, dyed-In-the-wool sportsman, and would be a ,,
was on of
That tough torn
it'\' matter at the poet ,office at This baleful creature, the great man-eater, t Is now real addition to our resort/ field. He helped to develop the February noticed how beneficial It wu our bopfcj 1
but have (n forcing L
Stuart, Florida under the Acts digesting a meal of more than ten million human beings shad as a sport fish In the Potomac (the old theory was that you the he bloom
!l d of March 8, 1I7(. strike lure and I feel that he wouldbe orange trees, WIBBCVS snapdragons, nasturtiums uj .
\1' It fed on the plains of Europe and the deserts of Africa they wouldn't a ) lure have never' and.
other !? I seen \ avocado
t ,1 A FREE PRESS 34 YEARS across Asia and In the islands of the Orient, eating Frenchmen ; a grand addition to Martin County After an absenceof and mango have bloomy
OF SERVICE than right now we burn
thicker they are a
: 4 Dutchmen and Norwegians, Poles and Finns, Italians several years, he's coming back down In June with his may '
without that Bitnm2ylBapkutwly
'd would cold
.. ) and The Stuart Delis N... with the idea of starting never have developed wave
WH a section over"
.1 t a. and Abysainians, Spaniards, Russians, Englishmen and wife to look the
r 01 the Hlu.n TtaiMtumor tM. lint .... In yard now are some of the (flowers :
W prettiest
: + my of(
1. A ME PEOPLE .Hlbll-h la Ih.." Awn II, Americans, Jews, Chinese and Japanese, Rumanians, Hun a fishing resort A good many of the local sportsmen NIGH'BnanEeLala fc,
'J'J : lull, an at Payette's
{ *li,rh Taa. T MM wa. oaaaltdauo'Uamk : garians, Greeks, Belgians, Austrians, Czechs and Jugorlava will remember him as an expert guide flowered tree related to our DWAHV FOINCUNA and almost ,ill
r + S. "HIJ Ta. tart Dolls Nm without respect to nationality, race, creed, guilt or back before the war. u '
V :1' Oatebor" HSk IK "': CVteM/jrfnln/ / tnexlcana/ and there are still/ attractive blossom !
: ;ly billow: WM formHr i -,. u :tbt innocence --- or whether its victims were men, women or e .
I showiest the
at moment the
'; 'Ha' 'tk LWiMolxr children., In the CAMELLIAS Perhaps are spring. Hw."
ONE OF the smartest real estate operators'
_.__ :: MAUHINIA (B variegate and the white form, B. albs) bUll I
am ,,.
t WWTM, GtR There was day when the great beast United States a man named E. A. Strout, who oper per
: : .. .. ...._ a was more or an Indian tree that so far as I can
i$\' I h"Nt"wl'_. P. .I.r.Nlt ..._...... ..._ ?..Ad.j ....'.'.sa.mmi ...._ less selective in its appetite. It was, so to speak finicky,: ates a nationwide agency for the sale of farms and arly flowered gaga before over In this country, the COTTON, SHELWEto determine(Coclifc Ut,

,\ n SUBSCRIPTION RATES confining itself to the adult males, and having certain country homes, maintaining 630 agents in SO States ) with its brilliant gold, single flowers

It! ';:t HI Yam On. T..ir. 11.0. TN'Teen _.........__..... ._........ rules which exempted the unarmed from attack. It was' Last year his agency sold 6,000 farms for nearly '.0,- like mum Dainty gottyplum Ben roses. Two orchids have been lovely for shaped i ,

!;t. ,.: A4..1.ln. rot" "*Mde :Ln.o. -a .v.aratlon. Tk BMHII1HI '. ......, the. riot held lightly/ by the string of the human conscience. I OOOOOo-.n "all-time record. Why? "The atom Pendrobium mperbum and -Plutoi granrft/ofru/ but tix-y lie?i,?!
t. .Mvt .y .. :.4 =:: Kirby Page In his book "Now is the Time to Preventa bomb threat! he recently said, "has made city folks
The "....,.,... ?- t. o.,,'A News rural-minded. want to out of thickly
Third World War reminds l how that They get pope
us string was and an unfienMied species" ) have been In lovely blown [10..
1. a : Of THE ASSOCIATED PRESS broken and how moral have become deadenedsince lated areas." {meter
--- our nerves
r eTHAT part of two months And now ire going by, just as the boIELLOW ,
1915. 1 THUMPITTMEK (T argentea)' Is about to burst Into ,
\, Ida
OUGHT to be clincher for H, B. Kraftof
A CITY BEAUTIFUL In the first Zeppelin attack on London on May 1, lA6,1! a Manager There are twp trees along Riverside Drive In St. Lucle Estates,ta,
the Chamber of Commerce when he finds prospect
y. I he recounts, ninety bombs were dropped, 5 individualswere i a D. S. Hudson and one in yard all heavy with bud
.. The city of M<'mpblH! Tenn. once one of the dirtiest wavering All he will need to do to develop, our back yard my and)
I killed and 14 Injured and the people of the Allied will make a fine straw Ariother beautiful thing nine.
I J' dumps on the banks of the Mississippi I' to wide and right i fa C,
organized a City country Is point a finger to the spaces
world and neutral countries were shocked and outraged open shrub remindful of
Costa Rican Christmas
(, lieauliful'' drive n number of which } The utandleyi, a candle
unsettled wilderness
years ago remark t "Absolutely virgin
by this evidence of 'inhumanity and bestiality
resulted in Memphis !hading: the \nation as a ideal spot for home"
'I I place in which to li\e Statesmen* publicists, clergymen all agreed that: e a Enough time has elapsed make report on the seventy el

I, This was not accomplished) by any eventuall'i only Huns could\ be guilty of such monstrous and fiend SPEAKING of the Chamber of Commerce, a Martin February blizzard, '"

I "j: miss method) or bv siding/ apart a few days ish behavior as dropping bombs on men, women and child County.farmer, who modestly asked that his name ArniCAH, TULIP trees (Spalhodei eampanulatajitopptd;; ) bW"

k !\ pick up) tra -- ) a systematic year 'round plan approved ren sleeping' peaceful in their beds in great cities. be omitted has come up with one of the bent ideas but were not injured
i1;', ), by the cily worked upon by special committees i All the Zeppelin raids of the entire World War 1 yet advanced for helping the area to grow. The BALSA (Ochroma pyramMe), an 8.foot tree ar?.
((1';" from nil/ cnic groups and agencies. killed 435 and injured 1,069 others Drive, was killed outright by the) cold, and I kntttxKt of mil ,
toi'"I"rt/ The City of Stuart would do well to Investigate/ the Since that time, hundreds of thousands of men,. women HE STOPPED me on the street the other day and said: of this The* heaviest damage I sustained/mis to fiivrmlr' p

: ,d/, Memphis plan and children have been killed In air raids. The civil. "Lyons, the trouble with you fellows is that you have been In the mi.ouse which had Insufficient protection. I mourn mot'

i :'. '"_ ___ Ized world was made aghast by the mass. saturation bomb. here too long. You have lost the "newcomers view I the lout of practically all my plants of Portia&' gnndifliirt' lira,rj,
m'r. THE SPRING LET.DOWN trigs of Rotterdam and Coventry We recoiled when came to Martin County from the North five years ago, and zit cocclnea. Cohillta/ / racemoa and a few other .a1'1..Oflld. thing

,of !. Pure old! human laziness U at the root of what Bruno Mussolini spoke of the "poetry" of bombs burstinglike since then have Interested some 15 newcomers in permanently tat a 4-foot specimen of Mama americdna. S

f\ !, \ bo termed "thi' spring|> J<.t.down" in Stuart, might red flowers among the huts of the Aby slanian.. The settling here. How Simply by taking them out My three trees of Pam'nrtonia, r/wcd+n. now/ lOut 3 fret I I

: "'.1 I; first pop out of the bug comes the I rape of Nanking revived the days of Genghis Khan who end showing them the county, came through the blizzard with the! loss of lielr. ufipilf loenl W
y Wednesday afternoon
t marked each city he conquered with a tower of .skulls e without other the 'I had th
half to
holiday*. It d ..esn t make damage plants. /J protected Inns
I any difference whether The inhuman, unthinkably barbarous gassing of four million "YOU MUST remember," he continued, "that to the
.. '. the business ill here ; the town could be jammed I Ing/( winds and they were covered with glass ough the rubles I Iwhich ,
to the
I l Jews was the pinnacle of man's hate for man. The tourist Florida is new and strange. Many of them .
their survival satisfiM that ,
t gills: with buyers but out of habit and just I accounts for am if once' ntjlJ
{ as regular as I tiger fed. tAllied have never seen a banana plant, don't know what a
faster will Fibulas cold .,
uiicl ( as trees they through
hnslmas the Wednesday half mature carry ipclli w
-holiday season bombs from the air killed and it
dropped 800,000 tree la unless point out to them. They
;: comes' around und the stores shut down. 'I mango you being killed] Miss Ruth Saget landscape \hitect of Palm t I
wounded in in World War II and in
Europe a haven't the faintest idea where we grow our winter six
the other told had succeeded
garden in
,A r : The News appreciates the opportunity received by summary of the damage done In Japan Gen. Carl A. Spaatz 'vegetables or flowers.They want to seeorange Kiting my day me rIng
several through the tw winters and thai.
I .1 (the employees and owners to go fishing Wednesday af announced the killed at 260,000, wounded 412,000. Total : groves and to be told the names of the tropical flow seemed to be resistant to past the Cokias] toiler
: more they
f ternoOnH-\\ vu are running around in circles with killed in all Allied air raids in World War II, 560,000 In. ers'EVERY. getting get
our tongues hanging out trying to get out Thursday morn- dividuals, wounded 1,192.000 individuals. e book'
I 1 l'' lng's[ paper.'hy! don they act sensible and have their The Department of State of the United States In its WINTER," he said, "you have thousands of MI1C hnllD'. very fine 'Tropical Plat ing and Cordm

kl\ half holidays on Saturday afternoons like the newspaper? booklet on "Atomic Energy"' states that 136,000 persons 'unsold' tourist visitors out of which there are a coupleof ) that was written for Ceylon but Is splendid foiV'k>ritla, illistr,
';:\U' Maybe it'll just as well. It Is kind of fun to loll back on a were killed and 180,000 injured by the'two bombs we hundred genuine prospects for permanent residents and many of lie unusual plants that grow .here, is agar\ available) at t

))1 r i bench on Saturday afternoons and watch them skidding dropped in Japan. developers--but they need \to be 'sold' visually per copy and you can obtain It from the Stuart Ne i. If you pi
,I. I ,' ,1" around the counters wafting on customers. Yet as !Page say in his book there was less sense e garden much In Florida, It is a.book you should ow\ (fatal study y

:fi( But there is u bud angle to this spring let-down bUlliI of world horror' over all this obliteration >bombing "I SUGGEST" he said, "that the Chamber of Com- E A.\

I ii ness, because: there are not quite so many folks l here, a than there was over the Zeppelin raids because in the merce organize regular guided tours, once of twice a
9, merchant or two decides to taper down on ads for the meantime the people of the earth had suffered so terribly month during the tourist season, each tour to have IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII111111111111111111111111IUlllnlpill Illll111111llllltlll II 1111111111111

sunimer-which In just when he needs the business the from Na.fl, Fascist and Japanese atrocities that they were the special object of acquainting the visitor with a
\\ ii ,,2 ; moxt Keep In mind that ads bring in business, and the determined to use any and every mean to destroy those phase of Martin County. Letters To The Edito

r .time to run) sales and go after new business Is when ordin totalitarian governments e"YOU IIIIIIIIIIIUIIItlllllllllllIueIIlllliilllllllllIIIIIIIIIII
I I : ary bUHim-HM Mow down He is correct. In defending themselves against the unthinkable WORLD/ be surprised how many people would join ( ( IIIIIIIIIIItt1' 1111I 111111
We know one man in Martin barbarities of "total the civilized nations in Editor Stuart News'
1- 4 county who does not war such motorcades. One could center on the farms Anothercould
i' ;.ril' have the Hprmir-Itt-down fever. He is a Jensen Beach order to survive, have become the unwilling and perhaps show the citrus groves, Flower culture: could be the Receipt Is acknowledged Of your letter relative to \scha\

I I H 4 cottage ramp/ owner. J. S. Michaelson. who lays his plans unconscious inheritors of the idea that any means justifiesthe theme of yet another-and, of course, winter homes and floodwaters from Lake Okeechobee through St Lucie Rive
I ,, 1 Way "ht'utl to develop is idea born of fear and dis ;
summer business. end in war. This a human Jupiter Inland would form an interesting tour Our prospects It Is not the Intent of this office to cause hardship or <
,. r, J1.., We have just finished printing for him some 50000 cir trust-and just as natural as any householder's use of any for permanent residence here every year. They to anyone through, regulation of Lake Okeechobee, nor dot
; culars to promote summer business We may be off the means to protect his home and family from murderers and fill the hotels, ,winter homes, tourist and cottage campsConcentrate desire to waste water which could be stored for later use. '
mark but our bit ill that Michaelson will thieves. The the rocket bombs, the chambers
spend more than air war gas on selling Martin County to them and you regulation' Is predicated upon a l long-term operation and r
'f. $1,000 (this year in attempting to and to back little further, the Red of
promote summer bust go a purges will really see this section T'' tinned study of the condition
r ness-ami that hI' will succeed eventually in turning away party members and their ruthless revolution-have deadened grow"E., L This constantly changing hydrologic
office appreciates Interest this matter and Is
your In
business/ in summer just t like he does in winter the moral nerves and replaced them with fear anda '
questing Mr. A. R. Broadfoot On
Engineer Charge our
-- --- determination to survive at all costs, even though it bee
office to call

1 oaoc THis TOEics"POEM the destruction Today the tiger of civilization Is hungry as again.we know It is it.eyeing the ap. f While Waiting for a NibbleBy I FOR TIlE on DiSTRICT you. ENGINEER:

tely 400 million individuals of Russia and the % Sincerely yoursBLASE .
It ,1 aocaoc oao oao=::=:=aoao United States but that will be only appetizer In the NEMETH

II SLEEPY'HOLLOW gorge It has in mind. Talmadge Wilson Major, Corps of Engineer
It anticipates titanic struggle brought about by what
In thl'1 souToF Even though most of the Executive Officer
veterans of this
a man was born a dream, past war
the Russian leaders, Marx, Lenin and later Stalin, termed Jackson'
U. & pept
1 A vision HO big/ HO fine, so clean "the irreconcilable conflict between communism and capitalism currently seem inarticulate, seldom making the headlines, Engineer
That it startled him with its beaut' "' most of us are acutely alive and understand who won this
rare in house
The key which lets the tiger the Is fear ==:Ioao 000OODOC=:::20C10t
i And! he fill that God had put it there. We in the United States fear that if the Russians get anatomic war why we fought this war, and who now is disturbing
the peace that should exist unassailable between the winners COME ON-LET'S LAUGH
He dreamed not of. people, or power or worth, bomb they will set about on a program of world of this war.
his ryes were fixed on the homely earth. conquest-In which this nation will be the first target. OClO====000.Oti70====oaoc=:
And in his mind it turned to The Russians most probably fea hsalw> that we will not be Russia t U the offender: Russia and her communistic
green terminated agents in America each consecrated to the abolition CANNY OLD IBN SAUD
And peace and beauty lay serene.A satisfied, in realism, until we have the communistic
idea-and we hays-the tomicbomb. the American way of)life. Some
Jrwci1: years ago a woman complained to King
; valley, a hilltop, a wpod, a stream, the one side or the other waits to pull the trigger :; It is a strange truth that real Americans do not wish Saud of Saudi Arabia that her husband had been worl\

1 1/1,1'/ Hare bethixtJed, unlovely, unseen wipe out the lives of millions/ to interfere with the dictatorship in Russia We do not under a date palm when one of the klnsr'a servants
r Till 1 in the spell of his magic thought, Fear-and the great danger that our moral nerves give two hoots about anything a Muscovite does in his own from the tree and killed him. She demanded the serve:.
.\G' Lath; wa in mystic beauty caught. (equally and more so those of the Russians) have become country. Nobody from America, except comrade Elliott life as a forfeit. When Ibn Saud asked whether she WI''

'I// ; : Deep In the valley's mellow breast so deadened by 33 years of carnage that any end to achievea Roosevelt, is allowed to enter Russia. Stalin won't let us accept a cash settlement, the woman insisted on the

: A little lakelet snug would rest state of national safety will seem quite proper to both enter. Nobody knows what goes on in Russia.. And few vant's life, her right under law.

< And weeping willows overlie of us-prepare to feed the tiger. Americans give a darn anyway. The king pondered. "You ire right," he said 'l'i'
; To lace the mirrored summer sky. What can be done about it? But on the other hand a steady plague of communists law I am forced to give you this man's life in revenge
t First, since the war is plainly being born of conflicting creep into the United States, each willing to die in the at your husband death., But the of hIs execu
rl \ :' A shrub from the north concept in two national minds rapidly approachingthe tempt.to undermine and destroy our American way of life is for me to decide. Therefore manner I decree that he be t

1'I A tree from the south .* collision point, our statesmen and the statesmen of .proven good for us by trial and experience of 171 yam hand and foot under a date palm. You; then, will! cl
.I" j He'd press to Mother Nature's mouth Russia can prevent war by adjusting those policies. Aiding and abetting the Communistic cause is Henry the tree and fall upon him in such to kill !
II A sweet wild flow'ret from the West The two mighty powers can again as they did when Wallace now voicing his unauthorized opinion In Great just as he killed your husband." a manner as

All here, he iaw in fancy rest, joined as Allies not so long ago in common cause! againstthe Britain, hoping to bolster the communistic forces there led She took the cash.Penauln.THOUCHTS
)' ,I When Nazis, establish friendship and mutual understandingHonest by forty or fifty communistic 'members of the House of
: ,I snows of Inter softly fall, adjustment of policies In mutual defense againstthe Commons, all forever chanting the bolshlvik dirge hoped
\ .,' With milk-white blanket cov'ring all. tiger of war is possible. On the Russian side, it will\ to be sung at the death of the British Empire WHILE A TAXI WAITS

;,1 The Would stout( 'Scotch I'ines' upon the hill take an honest and convincing demonstration that the It is about time the tough little Baptist ia the White Though dames wear half as much all men
"t 't steal the bitterness from the chill dream of world communism been tossed into the ash- House shut Wallace up, just as he has set back communism At formals, I confess "

Their staunch green coats so bright and gay canon; ours, the equally convincing assurance to, the Rus- in Greece and Turkey. Surprising this' fellow Truman! I don't, know why it takes them, theN
Brinamem'riell of a summer's day: sians that we do not intend to drop upon them all the God hasten the day he locks horns with America's num Just twice. as long to dress!
Of flowers and birds and winds that pass atomic bombs made since Nagasaki if they will just practice ber one heel, John L. Lewis.., I Addison II. Hall'
l: l So gently! through the leaves and grans communism at home and leave us and the rest of th eHenry Wallace often visions himself seated in the .. -
J world alone. If neither of us Intend thus openly and honestly White House, counting on communistic units In labor hereat WHAT IS'A FRIEND?'
il And so this lovely dream place grew'r' ., to remove the causes of fear then a war of extermination home to create enough chaos to cause a general break "
Into a peaceful haven new is a matter of time, not chance. down of private enterprise from the debris of which he A friend is yourself completed I With him you I''

Where I can walk with you, my dear Each of us individually must strive to again l awakenin might; rise to power as President ''wIth perhaps a private word see the Infinite beauties of life-without hint
I Nor hear the noisy world so near. ourselves I and :In: our national: consciences the lost sense phone connection with Joe Stalia This would be his only the to drab, colorless' and without meaning, for I

Where all the little/ growing things of the value of the individual. We must return to the chance ever to head any American Government. to unfold nature of man to respond only to understanding

And tiny III'edle1ll taking wings great truth,' both as men and nations, that each human It is annoying observe the newspapers'give Wal 1 within an atmosphere of love.
t Proclaim to all/ who come and being is made in the image of God, possessed of en im lace front page spreads suitable for the expressions of but A friend makes of the music of your life not a rep, ,
see, '
"He buildeth bent who plants tree." mortal soul, living, feeling and Cf'utlng-and of more real great men. Veterans of our armed forces who won'this a song. He asks that you be only what you are-not'
Mrs a Ford Carter value than all the prides, prejudices, policies and other war wish England well They know we cannot tie up small more, nothing!| flesg. He reaches with calm fingers into

I p9 S. Albany, Stuart FlaNO Jr. dreams of illusory power which herd.the innocents to the with Japan1, nor with Germany nor with Russia. And of his pockets of your heart and draws Vp Into the rtdu I
maw of the tiger. France has proved nothing to ua during or since this war understanding the fineness, the virtue the
.' ei U.5E---- --- "-- The deadened moral nerve tot' the 'world must' be The United States and England must and will hang together find tiess that others have not reached
brought to life again.. Militant moral and courageous Individuals or hang separately. And this is as It should be
v "It'a no use," said the director of his colleague. "I'll : must undertake the responsibility of raising their ,despite Henry Wallace/ John L. Lewis and the unholy, His acceptance of you as you are j is at once eaie"effortleuhla
Jiave to get a new typist," voices in behalf of the dignity and value of the individual J Soviet, heart roes to meet lOG JO {ally M a 1
i'' t "'Pity. said the colleague./ "Miss Brown always seem. Each person who does so weaves a tiny thread to binda President Truman' sensible policy of preventing Rus running. His delight is in your service, his concern I

,ed a nice, obliging,sort of girl." 4. tiger If enough weave those little threads, the moral I Inerve.ol sia from gobbling up Greece and Turkey to approved by lour !business? He suffers when you suffer, knows J jo'
the world may again be knit into a silken rope thinking American. Wallace your triumphs, sorrow at griefs.
Oh, she's all/ that, but she will keep interrupting me every does not like. much a You your
When. I'm dictating to ask how to spell words." strong enough to bind the tiger in the house, I setback to his supporters. seeing and"tour Wen both have the priceless gif'
Whenever to in doubt about : with the heart Instead ot the Alone 01world's <
one the Russians eyell
"That Is
certainly ,
a great waste of stop
time. Think of the time we spend getting;; out of things.we I and think a moment Remember Russia was bound by millions\ destiny has placed hIm lu your path'
41 don't object to that explained} the director "but never should have gotten into. I sacred treaty with Hitler until the apostate a him well i and be used by him.Make:: o
It looks so bad to have to keep saying, 'I don't' know'- Munich overnight turned,on Russia and tried Jailbird to cut her of landing, love and courage that have welded you togA ,!

Botary-pep, Frankfort. Indiana. Don't nark time use-1t: 1 throat. And jlso! remember that Russia did not almost die an everlasting radiance that will walk with you tsar'
friend la
)yourself completed}-Anon.'


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i ". THE TART NEWS. STTTARr.".. Martin, Cennty.. Florid, THURSDAY! APRIL .". ...,. -- .FACE KVtYTEEKffiSHING 1

should Of course have,beeR a''board"of' Judge I. GIRL.DOES SUBMARINE CARTWHEEL I II NEW YORK MAN BUYS' -PARKS BIQ FACTOR ;j!''T, : ''I,:

moned, but It wun't.ever Jacksonville, April' .... Parka, ,1 I
l bod;'i w busy and the fish Benjamin Goddard who came national and State, are powerful !i / I'I I ,

was officially weighed and en- WAS CONSIDERED here from Bellmore Long Island, factor in the big business of 1''; ', j

J IN THE FAMOUS 'I i tered. i I on vacation and then decidedto recreation In Florida, These were I J' ,' "
The upshot, of course, will be stay, has purchased L. C. visited by approximately WOO,000 "j \ f
; that this entry, u well as all Clements' Restaurant on D 8 residents and tourists last year, 11 l i i. t
Lucie Region '
Kt ; others, will come before the INDIANTOWN II Immediately south of the the research and Industrial division I- l1.{', It '
board of judges on-May I, day Frailer Creek bridge. of the Florida State Chamber j' li'-i 3
r_mus sroaTSMA is cUA.pun.or NAIUHM. uotmctt after the contest closet The I Ooddard closed the restaurants of Commerce reported I l'1 t," '' ,'

LYONS only alternative for' this board State Road Department and door to business Saturday gently: In I Its: weekly business ,)
7f iJtNEST tended that since he had to I
"tailed M summon the rules committee -: view.
night for two weeks
which !
JrobeW noticed a 120- out of Tri-County Officer during re'I l 'I
Stuart for
ou and the fish had definite statement as, time he will make alterations :
Meet ,
entered bY' Louis been denied entry for that to the boundaries of the 1
nil tarpon cause I contest I preparatory to a gala reopening Mother of \ f !,
Cap. Herman at Miami '
through and Inasmuch '
fmIII as It imimmiiiimiiHiiimimmiiiiiiiiuiiBEFORE I Considered one of Southwest April 28. He has sold his Northern -, II ; ''
R. in file tournament list onIPDfII was caught from a registered ; I business after Pounds '4't ; ,
Martin County greatest needs many years'operation I Loft
I page last week. Ac- Stuart Sailfish Club craft it COMMITTEESTwo I la a beeline highway connecting as the result of his I,: "I>

L\t\ \to sB to Information us, this fish whichOaWt was was Club In officials his opinion grabbed, eligible.their Sailfish Club committeeswill Indlantown with ,Jupiter, West I move here, ::1' ; .; l'f/l; .
The sale
be called In the Palm Beach and other east was consummated it..
Miami but when Belts rules book In order to point out near future, ''I" ', ,
IS enter It In their tourna- to Belts that the Stuart according tb President Harry coast points further< south Sucha j I through the Edward Mapp Realty I '
to contest I t
tt I dort there, the entry was was limited to the territorial waters Dyer, to Judge Reltz' entries and road also would connect on l Office. : .1.; 1
I an Improved basil these southerly I .
the grounds that It of Martin County to definitely state the boundaries ; ,
led l on but no- 11.1
east coast cities the MAYBE THEY'LL HAVE
"a boat sailing .had of the Stuart tournament. with f"'
aught from body thought of this) rinctum I :
Lake Okeechobee area and Florida OF BUS BOYS
ut before and it just wasn't In the They are: the rules committee 40 4 oxelby I .
Lw, M"near M we can follow !book The only paragraph in Bill King, chairman Harvey west coast communities. Fort Myers, April IT Mary nadgle., ., ( aBre.s
I picture through Belts said: the rules book which refers to Homlar, Ray Young and Arthur With such thoughts in mind Louise Sheffield and William floe \ r\ ). ,
Dehon and the tournament a meeting was held recently 1 In Frank Arthur, waitress and lttNm r "hl''" .,1Itt d 1 s iti n ;:: i'I'
I g. keep your Miami tournantr area is the opening defining ; ded .r.r.. nY..,. he AY IS Vnemw, s I
slung the big tarpon on'fat description of The Sailfish Club committee Curtis whltlcar Indian town between two officials waiter at a restaurant here, Caner N.dve,, 1'wq ri?It .q yht M .1 J ,. ,;/ ';1;,!
and brought It up to Stunt which states that It Is "composedof chairman, Ed Fleming Ernest of the State Road Department couldn't get time off during Itb Your IM..nd aPer., ww nu, : )lot MtM ar "/ I 'i's '
I station\ official weighing sportsmenwho act as hosts Lyons and Ted Preston. In the and nearly 20 Interested Judge Hiram Bryant office [,,,y,, I "hy errw try tiw, AYlraw ."f'.1\ I
.. Yoe
wuch .
but nN ern I"
meantime the entries In area residents Representing the hours to be !harried. I Ya eat Ih ., / t
Int for the local tournament for their community and are don't sat nut u, w.l..una .wl.r. 'y yurror ,
doubtful status and all contestants SRD was H. B. FulU of Miami, So burr eve "w+MY east llrm,k.wn.Yw : / :
made no bones about where spread the message of 'Florida when the judge came In AYlrti r dr.r/rA, 1. brio \, 1 ,: {
nsh was caught, but con- Finest Fishing for their area..." should feel free to enter fish .. .... ...... : .... J an SRD commlslsoner, and Na- for lunch they produced their! dull tM t ppr1 dN hrs k ..art !b tot Irv 1 1 '
- of lesser weight. than S Emery, 4th Division engineer license and suggested that he .luk yin lur Nodru.. J.In 1Y.o11ENO + ::1\ /1 1I
Ten feet AYIW ass FfUlyd {
water Ire.
nqder 01** Rasmiuwn dots a graceful cartwheelat enc -H ;
Dyer planned to call a meet- I marry them while he wait-: PIh wt w Inn I..rd ghe'r nulnraw 1 "
Ing of the special committees for JJUInbow Sprints, Fla. while her sinter. Eva, watches at the Also attending were Ray Sh- was Tri AYI, Ja4S PI'IY 'r :1II I '
AN0 MgrNaq er MiMiiina MaltA left. Ing to be served 1 rk M a rMy r but N rowdu I
tonight, but postponed It because nelder and Herman H hauler ,aulb 11 ar p ,, 'i II I :, I : ",
'OHOLISMlso.NIesr' the chairman of one of the son of Okeechobee, the latter the The proprietor of the cafe I ST ART D UG CORP.

e wa em w..b .It i groups la out of the city, ing 82 pounds and Phil Aubin, president of the Beeline Associa gave the bride away and customer Phon 11 t :4 1' 'I t

WHIT OS Sw"e iiiiiiHiiiiiiiiMiiiiniiimmiimiMMiuii Chicagoan who caught a 91- 4 COUNTY FIRMS tion; a delegation from Palm served as witnesses I ,h__ aA 'd : t iI-! \\1
.,Law.I2er pound white marlin. Again these Beach Including County Engineer __= ___ i
C.eleel A >k. P.e.esb ,g, tie, There Is little doubt but that out I fish were refused In the Miami Jake Boyd County Commissioner .. \ 1 !.4it"Y '
of this affair there wilt come a i contest, and again the Irrepressible MEET VETS'' Lake Lytel. Merle Williams %4i ila t + '
definite black and white rule Herman toted them back Marlon Vaughan southern ,. i ,. I i'.
setting out rigidly the territory home and filed .them locally district manager for the ""\ 1 o" :- I (r..
embraced by the Stuart contest Swank Aubtn and Kaufman are Florida Motor Lines, and Ed .:V ': } '! ;
--and In the meantime don't let Stuart visitors'My TRAINING NEEDS Stump secretar' of the West fl... )
that 120-pounder keep from "' Palm Beach Chamber of Com- I I I "
yons' Imperialsrvice I you only regret said Herman I 'I
entering >a tarpon it you can ,' "Is that Kaufman Sailed merce; A. A. Hendry Martin Government J ilft\:\

catch one. to land a big blue marlin which lallahassee April 17 IFNS) County road superintendent; r Surplus ; ,

To be perfectly fair about It,' chomped on to an albacore" -..The State Department of Edu the entire Martin County Commission -

the upper waters of the North Betts, we understand. Is head cation has reapproved four business C M. Fletcher, Arthur Buildings and Fixtures ,It r.f
Station Fork of the st. Lucle River from ed soon for Miami, the Keys, firms t In Martin County as E. Sims O D. Quinllven R. L. : 1 ;

which\ have come the majorityof the Bahamas Cape Sable etc. meeting the -recent Federal requirements Wall and O W. Snipes; Senator '
tarpon entries In recent years, with E:W Dutton. If they should for the training of Evan Crary; RepresentativeMarvin f \ "

not to mention quite a few snook decide to go: through the Panama veterans for higher pool.Ionsunder H. Rowell; W C. Caveny FOR SALE'At J :i :, ;
61m. Federal Highway, Si&rt, Florida leaders are In St, Lucie, not Canal keep your eye peeled for the on-the-job training and O 8 Fletcher Of Indlan- :r (

(Ace<%the bridge in the B fey Addition) Martin County I a Pacific sallflsh entry. It program. : town and H. McRae Saunders, I .
On the other hand wouldn't be beyond him Herman resident manager for the In-
the upper requested
MILR\SHAS Jr SODASASQEINE St. Lucie Is Contiguous water 1 .Is tort of like the early Spanish Other to firms file applications have been which dlantown Development Com \ I J I II

and Government Cut off f Miami explorers In annexing territoryto show that Primary 111 l' i
the home they meet the new objective of the session I II
Is not- and further the purpose port--there Justaln' Federal requirements If I CAMP MURPHY i
they were efforts to show the SRD
of the local contest Is to make no limit while hes In the
desire to continue
NOMlOriNCREASE winter visitors happy In this' mood. on-the-job representatives the logic In Including I oat SOUND FLORIDA i I: "
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training to
My opinion on ,"eligibility" of programs or establish this projected road In m/ I

Regular 76 OtTe .- Price 22.9? It's a poser for of Judge Sailfish Harry I' these meeting entries of the Is tournament reserved for committee the-' l training new benefits programs are!In availablefor which budget the department's'for next )year' ,construction At present i W-TI.AJ ; r 1 P I ,

Dyer, President the veterans
of which I am a member. rights of way are held for a TO ::1, 1
Per Gallon Club. As for Refits, our personal: ,Applications In Martin Count sanded 14-mile stretcfli! of State .IJt

opinion Is that he Is enjoying the I 'Bill Rennie, the fly-casting ex' should be filed with M E. McDonald Road 29 which extends from I PRIORITY HOLDERS .: !' r i

Ethel ... . .Price 24.9X whole thing and did It knowing I pert, and Prof. Jesse F. Mack of office of the County mile east of the canal bridge into .. ,
Just exactly what sort of a stir Oberlin College, caught! IS beautiful Superintendent of Public Instruction Indlantown to Jupiter This the *' CER FLEES UNDER VETO N$ I ,

It would create Its Just like him i trout Wednesday on theIndian Sebrln,. area citizens contend, should be I USING PROGRAM I j 'I pp r
Per Gallon to toss little ;
a kerosene on the ;
River near Snake Island! The State is required b' General shelled graded and paved although :; ,
ant ,
A/THORIZED 'FIRJfrONE DEALER I They tried plug casting first, but' Bradley, Administrator of no estimate of the expense 3ENERAL PUBLIC .
But you ain't heard nothln the trout Just rolled at the lures Veterans Affairs in Washington could be made now. 1

fuynger and Truck* ea a. -- .. All Sizes yet Evidently that* 120-pound .-but when the little streamer; to cancel all on-the-job training Upon completion, this strip (FOR REMOtAL AND OFF SITE UK ONLY)
tarpon just whetted his appe i agencies unless have then would
tidbits went out they glommed they reapplied connect with Range
Cite because Monday he appeared to meet present State Line Road 199, which runs from Th. followlra kulUIIn ,. .i d eo ml pr.Iwrte alb ,.,e Iw m build- t I df
"Open All The e For onto them like eats eating fish ?*, nra nuw .Hoer. Iw ,.eel a. erl.rite eddy" Ia.Nurld,,,
In the News office and Informed Rennie and Mack also made a and Federal requirements Regis ,Salerno to West Palm Beach, urtr AM of 1W4 nM no.. id Wra AowU Ad, r U,,. a.a/tat/ {P"3.. /I
Your Convenie n M. .M olio to ,. CA',. wad.. IM ear n, 'i j
us that he had again tered and also ny H.wine
l apprenticeship the West Palm Beach-,
nice catch of bass on the South training rrwram, ond M non-i.rioi- hahla, aM M N.fkrly O.C r.norl ,das
sailed to Miami with David Lee! Fork on opening day j I programs are exempt from this Miami Inland highway which etIow, w. oulrRullillnn IG, tJ ,

Swank of Chicago, who caught I ruling yet Is Incomplete above the Palm will fc* add Pith .h rw enrun.M fttf.4l imw do teciilM th.r.. ,jN
an 8-foot. Zurich sailfish weigh SallfUhlng has tapered off Beach County city, Taw Mar Inrluo ?..." unblrw. N.MI.a S*\rP \.,'. ,d nC4-e ntnr r j jha '(
,. ..
-- ---"'- ---- r l iM' niHl 1 .w tWla wI{ nMr, .Mel pile. 1
STUART SAILOR SERVES Also proposed was road r n..Te.M.Wlldi.pU P TJ
somewhat, although there are a i t dl.po.d d u tit y
1 t still a number of very large king southeasterly from Indlantown '
paralll to ethe Seaboard Railway .
Id mackerel offshore, with .occasional -, .
scattered schools of tracks, but In view of the I WAREHOUSES BOSP L WARDS A I
blues and Spanish Walter Johnson, marhln- much greater expense Involved 1 MESS HALLS ADM STRATION DUiLPING9 I'
l bits mate 2nd class, son of P. J emphasis In the discussions was I LAVATORIESBARRACKS RFH L BUILDINGS I I:; r I

CHARLES:: SLOCUM Loretl of, Stuart, Is serving placed on the present cleared OFF ES QUARTERS r ( i


.....- Kearsarge Additional meetings on the Gut BUILDINGS I II
Chandler Arts, April 17-Second Johnson entered the Naval subject will be necessary, Saunders ANOOT PES I 'eTh

Lt. Charles Elocum, son of service received In his November recruit training 1941, and at reported although It was olldlee..III .b. .o,5hl. to Oh, INr prlwih h.1dr,. f, 1hh ode. 1 Ili.wdf.r
1 Y J i ir Mr, and Mrs. Everett Slocum, the Naval felt considerable progress was II deem aslnwM, A.rN 11, l/ .d end).[ Mnit :7, In \0 r
Training Station,
made with the SRD through the
was with awarded his pilots wings Norfolk, Va. He has served at large gathering present at this ((1)) F.d.roi A.,....... j id ] +l I
Graduating Class 47-A In advance bases In Balboa Canal meeting, ((2)) Roconitnictioa Florae Corps tf b loi total la smell buliwu) .i )
an Impressive ceremony here Zone and Gamma, Ecuador and ((3)) Slato/ & Local GorornmonU. < t r I t
recently at Williams Field, the submarine ((4)) Eligible. Mo.,ProW luHluttouj

Lt. Slocum >Is a combat veteran London, Conn.repair, and bases Pearl aNew t the current session of I An, alldwn ma atmd by CI,. .I.. ,tart ,,04.Ilhi i (IIn- nW 10 dy II' '
jr. ,C; w holding the Air Medal with (the Legislature Irlwlte p.rld III M .w11.Me f .w ,.. "J, 4 ,
Harbor h f.ll ----- --------- In tb. I
a cluster He saw service In which Is bring asked to _,_U.I _,,l., 11 .d, I I'
Johnson attended Stuart HighSchool 000 <.) Ftnou rtlfrln th. j Ildinp saner., ,. y '
the ETC allocate $00. for that purpose. tMIr rw r. ash ln la-
before entering the torlull, will to i iI fw ta n ra tl.r, mnl,,, nnal r, or t i iI iN
Navy, --
and plans to farm after receivIng I MrviclnR H./ of bnuaiiw u I r.un-on I':1i_u. r LwnNIM?.'. Pnr/r, FrM/ n Nrw.o ?n.y. 1' :n !1 f
tj\//\ / i 1 1iyIAyj 1r POLES GET LANDS BACK t his discharge/ next November YAL ORDER O ,. 'rt. 9
f Warsaw, Poland, April 17 W) mm _P.r..n.kr. .hs urn a.w-qrl tl bode n, : I eat-rertlf, fy.mA l,
( ii r Soviet troops who once farmed IART LODG, ecis 'rh. so d., i.rwd fo ebnkirn hid he ,wtl ,lid Ih..a.nl{ I I'liWIo W 1'
aa much, as 8,000,000 acres aeon Mi. will b.slu l eI In(XI A. M., April 1 IN7, ,,d end IIIINK,HT, M?> 7, 1 Ist. '
approximately one-fourth of ANTI-MOSQUITO .. a, 3rd NESDAYSf ow ,b. undmeweMeu tMt bY ep.elfl..rw.wIu Wild.,EA nn4 fi ruerM \kpi* q ae,,, t tnMpriorU
Md.n ny M cuts w> nJ v tlml n rWtljilnr"'H a
VI Poland's total arable lands MEETING PLANNED sans UNTHW hall lint lialoor.,d U., Uhwa.iw to trlorltr t b5i lb,'rW,.. j I ,Nr. I.u w d ..,Maats 1m.a'l,. t tI; t -i
are continuing to turn back to I U.Lowe. I
SI t, Fla.A6S rtorky hold M b. nMoliw .a ... w MMI N n nrn.ru r I ,
6d.l.e..h 11 IMTO tn rhrnt rtno a.l! ,
the Poles large properties and wry > Burin M 1. L V lino es.
St. Petersburg April l'J- oiplnilon o< Ikr nrrM rtho M I lor lboV>orll 1 ijft n In ,hkld L IJtt iv
former now occupy holdings only, a fraction of Plans for what promises to be glrrN hu,Mlnm Mlder.ON wUch floe I. tbIf nllmIlnM bed. brtr.Inwad{ by A .Y 1,
the most outstanding meeting
.>l of lho kalUliim niwB| bmL InllvUonllr. or I orb onl. .. We
BUILDINGS TO BE SOLD ever held by the Florida Anti A.w. AdmlLtr.UM BW dBmiliio. rlll b. tin biro, I In Mrr, kf '
waau ,w ., vtoMo O.d Md .d b H &r..l-asin.
Mosquito Association are shaping > [ | r4 -
thork, Unftro Hbiiol Man.Mnw... ,., .
or >
Jacksonville April 17 Six PoMlf o> w hl n 7* in. Tw 7'
up rapidly, according to David S lh. U eau.. 1 re u M ,pe,waln[ net Lev ,n Lew liM ,JJJ.-a ,Ya
hospital buildings located at B. Lee of Jacksonville, president too caw nnioiint d arb n

I---- Camp Blending are for sale on The annual convention U ache All bid. .u t b, NANISI o. rund.r. hid fnnr,. wed I .a.r1w Pita o '
a, sealed bid basis War Assets duled here April 27-30. t.s- t o., .,d owdUnn .r.lkal. April 17. l,<7, no w.ir AMIwnt > tf
AdnMl nttee a IM dd VivonrwniuulM .j th. baton ol Ih ., HIM ir -
Administration officials said
A MILLION One of the featured ., I
many ud .uauCU.4 m rh flo forn. Will ko rvjrrU4 Nn n f.rm aM M
DOLLARSy here recently. lioniTwIUUlUrn t..nkM1 .NS.w ,
events Included on the agenda nn qwa ie'Thtf' ii,
will be a review of the progress: of Intent iiiWiHI J br rl.loi.nU th. flea four tirl, amew Pity 4
ko nomplrd until Mll>NI-llT ONLY, April IT 111' and
Tilt made by Florida 10 mosquito 1505 A. M., April W CMT, ,nd nMi lor D.lf awe., kal I
"FIi;>:WOLF:?It fflrohho'i best friend. No wonder/ he hraght. A HEW BOOK FOR control districts and a discussion Mom. (nnml publU) Mil k. norlml .ntll l IND HT1 CINLtlniw, T, IMTind y J{
GROWERS Ikn ouUI.I ownf It-M A U *W M7, U Ibr W no of MwtwMr +
of future {
plans expansion t>, IU.ion.1 Dlrwull far ., A ill
Hfl Ass era froponr UUnoxl Wnr A> Adnlnlo.ration
Imowi well tint I 4 carelessly thrown, imouhlering match can These districts are East Volusla, TAX r TiTLa JnckoMirlllo.. t f,t*. No bid norlnd nf Irr (b. tin. >n,ML ra work it.e '
.111 .lar.d .
/rUotg )k million dollar, fire. He boWl that hundred of men will Brevard. Indian River, Martin INv In IONS a.n, se dl bid.. w A.rw I AdmlnlMratloll i ij nr..r. 10. r. 1e t J et 1e

St. Lucie, Palm Beach, Broward, ScsoTI
,have to I bit I rnihed lo try 14 halt that roaring, spreading blaze He Dade, Sarasota and Plnellas a INSUN to j RETURN COUPON -? --w -'i 'lit '

LnoTs that wartime work'must cease-that thousands of manhour.Bt .- OeNAsoawnas!Nana awn, will Concurrent be an outline with of this the discussion administration FLORID c.-:5.':' etl } It 1? t tI

fcfl to tit Itfi m jaffort. lIt glories Lithe million dollar loss of proposed Statewide BSTRACT I .OWn. O, I.ol..bad 4121 P"psely Dtepaud I ? II '

*f tlmher-in tKe "'dried l up lakes and firm it TREES mosquito by Dr. Wilson Investigatory T. Sowder,service State JIM RNNEDYP..adMl I I JackowrUlo L ] d. o f r'r'I '

-in the low of fish and game, He rerelt 1 la slum PL9aieA AND 105A health officer Establishment of aTUART. FLORIDA c..ti......
this service hinges on action by I I
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; ?AGE: EIGHTEEN rR6:, STUART NEWS, aTtlAItT, Martin County, FLORIDA, THURSDA,MaIL 17, 1.n, .
--- .1 Savings bond sales at the Post i these bond sales

Current Legislators Are Young Commodore I' \\.atea Tiinnejr and private. has his golf Florida links with soldier. and sailors during: Office totaled $8.931.50 fot the past three years. Bale duty i 1,,

I Kitchlngh here, so does Ernest T. the warFort 'naval base,I quarter juat ended the post. March quarter last year [
fierce, a master laid.a figure which shows $9787.80 and the !
,: Experienced Educated 'Joiners' ", the steel magnate, and where Frank X Rauch. it.. of the continued downward trend $1184375 year b
Gordon, although I don't
I i.. Stuart Figure, Reporter .,. for what hes famous. Athens, was stationed for a time,1 __--------r" __
north of Stuart: Camp
Is Just
R. A. GRAYSecretary sufficient number of the older One home, set back In beautI-
By Army camp WATCH
1 I 1 (Rerr/Me4 ...... 11M A.h_, Oh... M._rw.. grounds, Intrigued me with Murphy a former UARANTEED REPAIR;
of Slate group to. five i conservative, MARIAN BUSH REEDER Is south of the town so every
\[ From' available biographical l 1 : By name, Kate's Folly What Is every-weekend Stu-
mature and experienced age JS1UAUT, Fla. One more letter to the live night and 3 DAY SERVIC
I sketches: some Interesting facts to build It? Or folly to with service-
I teeming
f /, about'the men serving In the level that portends well for the then I'll end this travelogue You might see me ? What was Kate tally? art .was '

1947 Legislature have been developed -I 1947 session, Experience In the j m More you read this, but don't look now-I'm At the end of the island la the men.POSTOFficf T JE BOX

| While I some of the \bl-1t : World Wars has been had by 12 I ficially at home, red Jupiter Lighthouse,

t. ographles were Incomplete, sufficient of the Senate and 27 of theHouse I I can't quit this series without to America first, wrote / was reproduced. In color N. Second S Fort Pierce
o 132
I a national picture magazine Flan
information Is given "to ,fcerved Ulllng you of Commodore Stanley come on over to the
19 In World War
furnish a composite picture of : i Kltchlng. of the Stuart Yacht free and the home of February Floe nit Building
I and 20 In World War II
the 1947 session, 1' Thirty-eight ',members cf the Club, chairman of the Florida where you can lit We had passed the lighthouse' :
District. fruit tree, and to turned Into Hobe Sound,
Thirty member of the Senfte House and 21 of the Senate are Inland Navigation own RECORDJROKEN
and 67 of the House have lawyers by profession and In the Beth! Lewis of Athens, who the King" we met the State Highway I
clad college training If this be largest of the professional know Just about everyone In They found a few hunting the side roads +
an index to the entire membership this little East Coast town, commandeered >es. But with five little a couple of boys In a stolen I A 'new quarterly; ; record In From where Irsir.Gy, art
we should have a high level, While about half of the the commodore for i to feed. they. couldn't Seth Lewis, who is a great postal receipts was set by the ,
of intelligence running throughthe only me. them. Besides there of the sheriff of Martin Stuart Poet Office for the quar-
members Indicated their religious -
1947. Legislature. In Florida but sand and and goes( with him on ter ending March 31, It was announced
I or church affiliation, from.information He was under full sail, with a
55 members Indicated beautiful'e calls, was pressed Into serv Postmaster Great Bun
Only available they are. woolen muffler up to hit ears and a few Indians. today by to
they were native /sons of Florida divided as follows| ; Methodist 23 breezing down the'' street when started a trading post, asked to keep an eye out for Ralph W. Harjnan: Receipts to- r

Average<< In 10', Baptist 1 39. Presbyterian" 11, Seth stopped) him for a howdydo I l.\ anyone came by car. taled $1052913This -Those E .L's
The average age of member Christian, Catholic 1, Episcopal to trade. The barrel of Herbert"Pop,"ossaboom who total marked 7T-per
of I the House of Representatives 6. Church of Christ 1. and Second "Commodore Kitchlnu has molded. ; the salt In charge of the Stuart Com- cent Increase over the corresponding -
Is 45, while the Senate averageIs Advtntlst 7Among dampness: one spot Center is also a friend quarter last year when
Day been here since 1883, said Scth,
48, So there! should be quite'I other failed to produce Helen and Seth. He showed receipts totaled 9772.31, and Willis WtlisVjno1 a bunch of the I orUCCTcrto*,end ese(kin,
the Introductions 'He
the fraternal orders after
a few younger I men but still a ,158 In That was Stanley : around the big recreation was $9803 above the preceding boys from ear tVa went to Pound a u* InprMwd me wu UH I
17 about
are Masons 50 Elks Shrin- owns just everything
first experience with > reaaloa of. of those
which was overflowing quarter. Ridge Saturday ia yfchavlor bojrs-thrir I.yeses
ers 12 Knights of Pythias, 8
he grew up here, wginwntV for a Moderate..
their old km,
( I Odd Fellows" and 8 Woodmen of The grizzled commo-
when It could be had There were about ( hurl ,like twor-Unlr friendly."
the World, Indicating the 1947 dore grinned. "Yes, and the only pU
Expert declslators are pretty good poln-, time I can remember when It Stuart's rel of sugar leading-and B R G A I NLAR and fifty boys who ert one From when} sit, our sat(;
ers" was colder than this wa miles around to a good art are making as good a she*
tch R
highly popular
airing Civic flub, Repre..ntf'dWhile when my mother had to break the Yacht Club in Farmer Collins' basC I ex peacetime as they nude du,
1I II 1\\ the Ice In the pitcher to get a OTS I Y lot to eacH And
Bring Y r W To My Home some members failed to Jupiter'Island, off they seemed a dijjjKrent ktha war. thejr'r *tti>
1 Indicate their connection with drink south of the 100 ft.ON other out of unJorro. But they olghtjr' good example to tin
2nd use Across "I was a little tike, then," he town, li
civic clubs, the shows 17 had a great thsC spinning yarns, o 'n tolerance, and mli
Fed. ,ghway No. 1 record measured with his hand, "Just so smartest and most GOOD HA RFACED ROAD
: Rotarians. 24 Ktwanlans 8 Lions! high." He was off. In a throaty home sites of the drinking beeJfand talking over the lion; good (dlowihlp.Cffrrlthl .
68 W. rd t., Right Side ofreet 3 Civilians and 2 Exchange Club Florida version of an English This Is where former SEE old times youth Africa and Italy

members. I accent he told how his mother George White of Ohio: :: and the/ entiana

A very Important fact noted and father and their five child- inter home, White I w t over to cover the Meeting
arles Jackson by an examination of the biographies ren sailed here from England In| I motored the '- TTo U

is the large amount of I 1883. j of the Island, with the I .
previous legislative experiencehad An uncle who had come out .catching glimpses of I / ,1947.VnitU S,.,..Breese ee.1
by many of the members of
the 1947 legislature Two members -

ed A. St ord have had 10 years in the. j
Legislature; one 8 terms; two DOLLARS PATRONIZE
have served 7 terms; two 8 terms; D .
Register nine have served 5 terms; eight SPENT IN I HOME FIRMSOFFERING

ivil En eer have served 4 terms and 23 have MARTIN COUNTY
had as much as three terms ex-
A lierience This information shows

Lanrveyor that total members mare. than have one-half had previous the j STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESE SERVICES

legislative experience.
Stus Florida
Some members have had experience -

u' P n 06JR in Government service I
other than the Legislature. One B S HardwaCo Stara Plu ngND PERSI VICTORY Victory
\ member has had 40 years as an G ANT

official In other Government TAT NOTE BeVty Parlor
R service Met rks
All of this Indicates a rich
Trai d Pe onriel
REAL oackground of experience In pub. ANELEC'R Trained chanicsAt For Y ,ppe ucak
I lie service and It we are to judgeby yo service Call for rmation. Your me Stuart

these statistics, Incomplete SERVICE We but service.Es'tim Improve ome and CLEA P SANTd
though they may be, the 1947
mitted..PHON Farm parties
Buys w wt need. s a VISIT SALON
Legislature will be a fine cross- er cyNig you

ESTATE section of American life and Phon 4-R-4 Serves vbi with a smile. Victo Ho Bldg. i ING Vi y H el Bldg
Florida citizenship with far above Day 1004' its 314
1 1I BTU r DAY Ne ale Phon 38 Box N 205
average In experience The Box 546S Phone 80 ox 156 0 15f Phone
roperties f all kinds I people. of Florida should look to j ,
this session of the Legislature
sale. I with great confidence. .

)$ t "BOAT-SHOW-/ PLANNED..- k 1 Electric;, COMfLE and RSERVICE< igeration r NR YJA EXPERT f fi. SIGNS I IQ HOME BUILD

Al en Is and incur. Tavern TIREC ao master See

Jacksonville, April 17.-The NoVob Too I/rge Or
t .nee.Ed R, WINES (GAR,. O IES IGB &
annual boat and sports cl( TTES, N a PAPERS ooS IlHO
show, sponsored by the Jacksonville ADD SEA FORT AND
I Marine Association, will J beheld Se eat Cream UNOTAXI VALUE TO R HOME OR P Gm mutts Fo fierce
MappRealt I here May 7-10 T. R Laseter, Open: 'Till Ili p. m.CI ELE IC CO. -JWe Designers
general said today Sundays s ntractisla
Gen I
,j Day hone ESTIM Pk'k 'tip Deliver

( COMMISSION: TO MEET T C Where Hobe 3271N Su ay ShatterProducts STUART RE VICE 1508 a e AveA pairs

I II Tallahassee April The Flor- ri et" Plane t tS ( Y.. It. RO Jr.At one S Poi Ox 832Ph
P. Arcade Idg. ida Railroad Commission will art l J AMOK My 1-44 its t6h" For fierce 144.R
24 on, la A e. we. r, o. BOX MS oridaStuart
I Phone 19t meet In Starke Saturday to Inspect I
the proposed removal of
houses and barracks from .!

r by Camp.Blanding ncar-I WHEN r 'Res TI El OEj
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1l i : Waterfront' Properties I It Bl) FILING ndTyp NETS A to pMo .'

,, I Along the Indian and Bt Luclc rivers, and (fob /Bound.l ofOF Uncle Billy sez. n stages '

; Ocean Frontage a ., And eP Court For Everything In T
CE Office Equipment
S (!s-01-;: =.:.:..":. .A.wb. t,r..rree RENTAL! DAY. WEEK on 1 THE STUART NEW

I ,I tit = aRtveR Supply Dept.l Its BAKER

HI-WAY ONE a7 W I'd like to be th' Judge of a ON ale HI.W. rb". alas phone 300Docks

1! a I Court.:-In any old town you may _..

say-a greater respect I'd soon

J Import fer traffic laws. Just as

I 'f, Quin 's S re they l lay I children Th' speeders, and a-killin'who'recripplin' FRANK If ALER00FING .

J off our;folks: would like nary
Meats, Gr ries awall
i sound of th' siren I
J. And Fr
a E R ICE m-
I w "" owwwu.II '- WOULDNT BE FUNNY JOKES! all kinfla and Boa 11

( II I \ wawa NOVELTI PROnuc GIFTS Runs phoiu 9154 I'd soon make a city right ,

> LENDIN( i5RARY thrifty, by soakin' gay speeders. RooXRgpairingCenerslfcliVerjf| All T'a are'on

11 Beach a-plenty I They wouldn't be fines Stuart ctionIva

lessn fifty fer speedln pas.signsmarkd 404 C radar '
I YO UI HOUSE / aylorB
II I I elu.rt .Pa rrma.l.Pf TWENTY-they'd learn Phone /14and Leave
i S C ICE LOT that signs wee 474
!>NE 31JWe put up to HEED, Mes
.1 7$ a 25 For ue'',Dollar and not to' give men some jobs! i. to"its' I (ONE 04,1Wi
I Ill bet In a month I'd teach 'em

: t ti to READ, er FILL TH' COURT ,. I i .
i I WITH THE;'R SOBS! T! !5"?" ,
i D e.w. [OrdSvayots ANDY I'd like to be th' Chief of Police The Best
1 I
H EM EBy -of any old town you can flame COMPLETE; LINE:

+ [ x or oundPralin -attendance In Court r would OF': [EPA

1 i iI o AUTHORI CALEa FOR e ivinites promptly Increase-most of th' speeders I'd TAMEf Id take 'ALL CTfop

n ID Max a ream, MY MEN -: Includln' GOLD BRAID and'pace th' durn traffic; OFFICE, SUPPLIES' '
'ALES ALL HOURS -.-- HI bet, In
Coe Kisses a day. th' SPEEDERS WOULD FADE / of'Kitchen

ID a Butt Crunch If COPPERS WOULD "SOUP-UP" THE'RPOwER3t* t .AND, ,. undryl
Z t EQUIPMENT- Cabinet
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Mi re Hoath'sW e ppIUees. !
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: Throughout Martin ountyM C, 05.4MOR S Delivery Your Car OTT cIr aIt send

M, I CREAGEI IANCHES New rex16d A. plate Che UpIxF

e waU'1 Point IUver-to-lUve roperlles ORCottages d Boats FORD $ ecrD A DANTS, RVI sal ,
t 8 x 16 rt.lIx MSCH CaOFRN
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.plte Wand Ocean-toSoliall t: tee Site. a x roe.REINFO DAIY Prompt p.ndabl.C .

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