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: May 8, 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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St. Lucie LocksWill '240,000 BUSHEL r fU.ADS-CLEANUP .1 h/ .JLjI ., 1f. ,'

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ClosedGood SUNDAY 3 p. m. CIVIC CENTER "t x

I Wendell D. Watera, Director HARVESTED HERE I .

;: Detailed plans for a parade May 20 a.otywide cue I E J j' .
word for both port and Commercial fishermen Komm Suwer Tod, chorale _,...,,,.......... ....._ ____.Bach: attention on the community cle p. 1 I 1':
JI this area was received today from A. K. Broadfoot, iootlifter, march ..._..... .:.",. ,." .. ....,..Fillmdre Bessemer Properties at Port b thin month were worked out at u r signlive ': "": J

ciecutiv In charge of the Clewtaton sub-office of the U. S. Prince and Pauper. overture ,,,' __.. ........Johnson ,Mayaca Have High ,Cleanup committee at the city hall meeting Tuesda 0 Ight.ex ,, .,1'1'i ', "

Engineer Dept., who announced that discharge of flood Coeur Brise ..... ., ._...__........ .. .............._.....,.,_.Giilet Yield ,""*, -'- *"* The parad date w selected iIij/*
witen,through St. Lucie lock would be terminated Monday; .
A 240,000-bushel crop of Val!' I after definite expectations ; r1 ,
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residents, manyof
Hsrtln County Alleluia and Chorale I encla orange Is being harvested ROTARIANS HEAR f
whom are dependent upon the .. .. by Clarinet' Quartet this season from the 690-acre announced that the City Commission 'RJ !
wide fisheries and resort en- U. S. AID ASKED Welsh ,Folk .Melody J groves of the Bessemer Properties would proclaim a citywide -* I'i' } 1 {

erpriiei\ (for a livelihood can Ine, in Port Mayaca, It was holiday May 21 in order' 'I, 1
look tat a clear river within a Thumbs Up, PSA, march .. _._.... ._.,...._?___.... ,. King reported this week by Tom Gart- COUNTY AGENT that all citizens of the city: could ,7
short time-unless De Spirit : _... .Waters > ,
comparatively ON land resident superintendent )
heavy rainfall forces .the Engineer JENSEN SPANDistrict A Military'Band/ ." : :::_::::=._- ,:::.:::,::-,..=.-.:::-::-Yoder Nlnty; per cent of the groves, be free that day to participate sot(, t "

Dept to again begin using Deep Purple ,,- .. .... ,_..DeRose In which there are about 43,000 Johnson Cites Farming. Bene the drive to make Stuart more. 1 !

the outlet to lower Lake Okooch Board---Passes, Resolu I Love a Parade ._ .v.--..._........_._ ....... _..Arlen trees. .Is devoted to the Valencia, fits from Soil Conservation attractive. 4t f4' ', i

idbee. tion Seeking Repair Star.Spangled Banner '. .... _..".. ,." ....._." .Key Gartland said, and the remaining ProgramThe ton Tyson of the Kjwanls! Club t 1''
take about'' three 10 per cent Is tangerines,
It should was Selected as parade marshaland ,
leeks for the river,to clear up, FundsA 1 BAND MEMBERSRita pineapples, King and Jaffa oranges PAUL YOUNG fact that the Federal ACA Ben Redding volunteered to ; ITt
all fruit About 20- for farmers n
authorities said. early program brought
lulling resolution asking for Federal Taube :MarCIa McPherson 000 bushels were harvested In Young president of the Junior $377842 Into the county last form the parade. The main I 1 ?
funds for repays of the Jensen Jack McElfresh Lurllne Greene these crops this years Gartland Chamber of Commerce, is feature in the line of march will ) z s '
year nearly of the total
elRAWFORJENSEN Beach bridge to the ocean Dolores Bartlett T. C. Hayes stated. chairman of the executive operating be the Martin County High !' ,
Mary :Melle Burgess Roberta Nuner revenue for the City of
was passed by the County Com- The plantation In the western committee In charge of conducting School Band supplemented by '
Sally Gorrecht Judy ArbogaatBuddyHayes end of this county Includes 2,300 a citywide cleanup Stuart for the year, was broughtout I numerous banners proclaiming a'
BRIDGE mission sitting as the Jensen I Wayne Wells acres. In addition to the groves, campaign In Stuart this by L M. Johnson, county 'the cleanup drive, 15 to 20 horses t l
Road and Bridge District at the Jackie TIllman Ben Fulton '
I I 873 acre are devoted to pasture month Climax Day of the agricultural agent, In a talk on i curried to perfection: decorated 'F'
court house, yesterday afternoon. I Mary Lou Garner Dee Law and <36 to farm land which has once will be May 11. when a county (farming at the weekly bicycles and cars and possibly a P tj,; ', '
Lane Jennings of St. Lucie Jane Elkins George Bitch an excellent water control system citywide holiday Is expected to : Florida Highway Patrol auto. t 8 1
I IS PROJECTED County attended the se.alon. I Emily Morrison James Chappelka The groves first were be proclaimed so all citizens Rotary Club meeting yesterdaynoon The parade will be headed by r li
Joan Combs Herman Relts 1 and have at Chisholml I' American Flags carried .
Approved by the commislson- planted } years ago will be free to help in the by ,
-' j Dorothy Clonts Junior MancllJanice been expanded gradually In recent movement Johnson pointed out that 82 Legionnaires 1
Costs( Block Inlet Road I era' Is a IS-lot subdivision in the Arbogast Donald Bowden yean Vernon Mathews Is L__ of .the countys 263 farmers: The parade will form at the 1
Meet Veered From Gomes Grant proposed by B. J. i Patsy Sullivan' June :Matousek foreman of the groves signed up last year (for the volun- I court house on East 4th St.,

Vital Subjects Carlberg of Bewails Point to be: Mary Coleman Oartland reported having had AERO O SCHOOL IS tary ACA plan which Is let up; march down 4th 8t to Akron \ r r ,
entitled Suburban Homes and no frost damage this spring although In the U 8. Department of AgHcuHure Ave.. north to 2nd St, t.then west
A new draw span; In the. Jensen Groves and lying adjoining USI picking operations were and nets them a subsidy! to Albany Ave., then north past
bridge to the ocean will be delayed for the late market APPROVED FOR for certified soil conservationwork the Stuart Hotel across the Flor 1
the first objective In the cam- on the east side, Telephone Firm Personnel Enjoys Some of this fruit .la being pro- : on their farms. Ida East Coast Railway' tracks ,
ilia for Improvements On the A Salerno delegation asked cessed for export orders and In assuring Rotarians that' and halt at the railway depot, intersection '

bridge,I It,was reported by CountyRoad j elimination of the southern four Boat Ride handled through a Winter Park G.I. TRAINING ounty',farming activity is at a while the band plays a f t i
Sunday Night
Superintendent A. /,.. Hen blocks of 4th fit, In that city I Moonlight broker Dollar value! of the crop high level now, Johnson cited several numbers In concert ,The'' 1'th'
[dry t( a 'Joint meeting of theJellle1l which now is underwater despite w ttunreportedSTEEL the recent purchase of 320 acres parade then will pass the City td
Beach Buarnee rnen" As.bcinion The T' -..:- hall, turn down Osceola Ave. and ?,
shown girls for'
; being on maps. Stuart hello : ." others; GETS produce planting on the \\f l
and the Martin CountyCbambet AEROVETS, INO CAA Board of Education return to the court house,
group was advised that the com associated with the telephone BOATS TO Hobe Sound< Road lease or fur '
of Commerce :Monday other APPROVAL Of A ''anaVets Administration Forty dollars In prizes have 'I
mission will review It and Industry here and In Fort Pierce, / i ther land In Hobe Sound for tomato -
night at Hall' In Jensen at CITS OK'S been offered to date for various
Town! current Salerno problems a plantings, plans for truck
|Beach, special meeting there at 2 Wed- and guests were entertainedwith Asrorets, Inc., became an officially farming in AllapattaH Flats" features In the parade, Including ;
Bendry told the crowd of more nesday afternoon. a moonlight boat rid byToley's accredibed'flyingscbool, SHOW 1ST 1 GRAFT Major A. 'J'Bert( ) Krueger' growth of 200 acres of avocado I the best looking horse, the best ':, .
thin 100 that an electric drawanting Commission approval was Boat Yard of Salerno here this week' upon receipt: now one of the'owners of Palm pears west of Indlantown recent I decorated bicycle and the best

bout $170,000 would be given the appointment of ArthurJ Sunday night fourth annual Tuesday. of approval papers.from Beach Aero Corp., has announcedthat large plantings of guava trees In poster posters will be made by 't K t''
necessary l If Government ,regu- Brodrick as County deputy event of Its kind sponsored by the VA and a contract with VA Ceremonies Set To Begin at the air'school maintained Indlantown from which a small I school students and supplement '
the local' business firm In appreciation by the firm at Witham Field, ed by purchases of .
auoru, particularly; on else sheriff stationed at Hobe Soundto for teaching flying techniques Il30 Next Saturday crop Is expected this summer ready made
were to be met on the Federal- replace Deputy Joe Wood, and of the hard-working to former servicemen, it was announced Afternoon Stuart, has been approved by and plans for three Easter lily signs by the executive committee. I
I j-owned waterway He reported for the lending of the county personnel which keeps the lines by manager Don CAA State Board of Education plantings In the county, a .
on a meeting that he, Senator bulldozer and pulverizer to a going Rogers., Previously the corporation I Steel Boats Inc, new :Martin at Tallahassee, and the Veterans Johnson stated that the City Commissioner Bob Baker a,
Evans Crary Representative I private firm for road work In I Enjoying the ride out st. Lucte had received approval of I{ County builder of electrically-: Administration for training I county's good soil and climate of Klwanls D L. Williams of ;
Marvin H Rowell and County estimated under full welded steel houseboats, has announced under the 0.1. Bill. : the Merchant Association, Mrs
St Lucie County. It was Inlet Into \the ocean a the CAA and the State Board of assure continued farming pro-
missioner A. t.: Sims had the machines would be moon were! Mr. and Mr. Jack Education but was delayed In that the public will "We are physically equipped I tress and urged that cooperation i E. A. Menninger, president of ,b
ail week with the State Road rented for a wee*. Spinks, Winifred Pedersen, Da- operation by lack of the,VA go-. have Its Urst opportunity to Inspect i to give first class training; he ,I between the county's' eastern and, the Woman Club. :Mrs G L. 4"I
Department In Tallahassee when, Objection, of the commissionwas Nlta Deno, Madle White, Evelyn ahead. one of the new boats at said, "both for flying school and western halves be emphasized In Edenfield of the poT A and Er- 1's
t vu pointed out this county given to the proposed cut In Blanton, Bob Perry, :Marjorte Paul Witham, father of tho the company's shops just northof ground school"A order that both may grow, win F. Johnwl of Rotary have ,
"did gain aoout $45,000 If the' State Health Board funds embodied Hodapp, Charlotte Sallas Stan- youth for whom Stuart's airport Stuart Marine Service Satur- new $2 ,OOO hangar Is now II been named to the awards com- .l
1111 cent of the State gasoline in the appropriations ton Hubbs, Fort Pierce, Ramona was named was the corporation's day afternoon. May 10. being completed by the firm .at JAMES B. OBER \PASSES mlttee .
tu Is allotted to the counties bye bill now before the State Legislature Arnold Jlmmle Tucker Mr and first student.' The school also The Inspection will start at the fieldRACINcTlN. Paul Young,executive: commit t; '+ ;'
!* Legislature From this sum I Mrs Dalton Anderson, Capt. and reports recent receipt of two 1:30.,ibiterlor design! and furnishing I I James B Jlmmle" Ober, tee chairman, emphasized at the k, ; fill e
MUM could be tied up for .20ws Commission meetings starting Mr. and new Aeroncas to further the j/df/ the craft will be shown ORLANDOOrlando president I of the SportsmansClub Tuesday meeting that Stuart s I
Mrs, Jack Whltlcar May 8 -- Short (I is- I of Miami, and of the residents
to-ftrfance the new draw,; May 20 and extending throughthe school work. and guests 'will have .opportunity one are urged to start ,
:Mrs. Gene Kreider and Capt. ,
Hendry said. i summer months will be held to witness. Its performance tance horse racing with all the I I leading workers for conservation I cleaning up now, pile the trash '
The 7th-cent measure Is ''a the first and third TUesdays of 'Miss Harvey' Florida Homlar" who piloted the CHILD WELFARE color of the' ,nations largertracks : I In South Florida" passedon and it will be.picked up May 21 I 'i ll
will come to Orlando May unexpectedly last\ Thursday. when the rl
wnporary one that necessitates each month Instead of on Wed AIRPORT BILL BACKED campaign reaches Its
i renewal by the current J.e.II1tura nesdays. A moonlight supper, was\ enjoyed County Children Committees Tallahassee May B -,r The 'IT and'18 when the 1947 Assocla. Jlmmle," as he was affection climax. He reported! least 10 h n
to remain in force. I _______ ,on the boat. I of Region S, which Includes senate aviation committee reported tlon Speed Trial are staged at ately known by sportsmen ':trucks have been volunteered for t f
Hendry also, told the meeting i SALES TAX BILL KILLED :Martin and 10 adjacent counties, out favorably Tuesday the Florida" Livestock Exposition throughout the State, was always use May 21 and others are ex- 7 )
lilt proposed road to the St NOTICE TO MARINERS I win meet at the Woman's Qlub the bill sponsored by State Avia- rounds by the Florida Quarter In the forefront In any ported in the Immediate future ik ,
loch: Inlet 1s being blocked by 1 Tallahassee, May a'-* (W) ''In West Palm Beach: Monday tion Director William Lazarus, Running Horse Association The conservation battle, and his ',Volunteers include Casa Lumber
bet and Taxation 'St. LucIe ,River Light S: two-day racing meet will feature loss will be felt keenly by all '
of rights of way and would I The Senate Finance previously :May 12. under auspices of the, providing for state regulation Company East Coast Lumber ,
be an expensive proposition cost. Committee, of which Senator reported destroyed, has State Welfare Board. and licensing of airport eight races dally for pursea totaling persona interseted In wildlife ,Company, the Shark Industriesat ,
es between. $17,000 and $20000 Evans Crary (Stuart' ) of the been temporarily replaced 'with __ $2.400._ .L betterment, Salerno and the City and '
5 mils.County 12th District in"a member. killed a light buoy. Buoy Is paintedred -- -- -- ---- ----I County Commissions t... r
Commissioner O. D, by a IS.1 vote Tuesday the State and shows a flashing red Audit of Finances MARSHALL REPORTS TO NATIONSoertUry He also announced a partial ; I
waliven spoke briefly on what sales tax: bill sponsored by Sen- light every 4 seconds; 0.4 second County's .....", "..."." CCv ,.'- j survey of Stuart merchants regarding P '
and Chamber President Price ator W. A Shands of Gaines, light, 38 seconds eclipse,. or I 1 the plan for a citywide a

bench hope to accomplish. when vllle [ ---L-____ candle power. C&OB Chart S46TELEPHONE Shows Balance ,:of. $28,360 holiday :May 21 had met with no
10 10 opposition and It Is felt that a .'
2 Washington soon tot l
action on ali appropriation I ..,n,. .si" ., I II further survey would find Increasing ?;,, I 1t
for improvement/at Bt Lucle r 4's. 3 4e. For the fiscal year ending total obligations and disbursements support and nearly 100 ,
'taint Re needed O': t is the alwment sept. 30. 1946 the 67 counties of to $233.794,45 and left the per cent cooperation when such '
) U most the State had assets totaling balance of I2S.J80.23. Total receipts a closeup of businesses .Is proclaimed }
rely would be separate from $4379770101 and liabilities totaling per capita was $31.92 and ,
"forJ Appropriation, by Congress;: R f $472,25811.I. according: total expenditures per' capita MEETING 'POSTPONED ih i
deepening .of the r"nmodore Intrscoast- a report released this week by was 13071, both figures being
waterway.* H B. Moore, county finances based on the 1945 State census A meeting of the Stuart Park '

'** Stanley""Hitching auditor; to C. M. Gay, SUM which showed 1,094 persons In Board scheduled for tonight has 1 ti '
on the waterway work and Comptroller Moore's reports are this 'county been postponed until next Thurs'
shat| progrih has been made to derived from certified reportsby The additions to all funds Included day night at I at the city hall

ti::'I IWte:: P:oposed 12.\. depth clerks of the circuit court and 13708389 to the general ..
< county commission boards. fund, $$19.38341 to the fine and THE WEATHER
*Juart City Commlsslonef Bob Mqores report on Martin forfeiture fund, $34,490.37 to the, ;-
wj urged Martin County sup- County follows: county road and bridge fund,' Tar'II':* VH m. H rworbrf W J;
for the program of Uie Jut: Assets Include $2636023 In $18,52407 to the district road spur*, u. ,s. tb..ta.r. ub..e.., L

"""Highways, Association to available balances $251,000 valuein and bridge fund, $2,600.(7 to the "fL..__..... ....,....
-al antl-v...'j-trarel prppa-' county building and equipment health and welfare fund, $3.- M..m"M.1... r
which hits commerce her road machinery valued at 97888 both to the agriculture II., I, ... re '
lI1uch M anywhere He urged $25,000 and $16,$42.60 Invested fund and the hospital' and county 1rse II.Ny, ,t .,'It. 1t"
"PPorl.0* appropriations for and In, other assets.\ Liabilities farm fund, $2,58311 .to the pub Ny 5 ,It
Nghway here and utilisation Include $97700 in bonds outstanding licity fund $302894 'to the Land II.Nye, s .II J5 is ,r
Ore I't
) ; Potential political powerLJ"y and $33474x4/ in misoellaneous & county fund and $66r Ny 4 ,tl II .
the __ __
counties IIn the State'l liabilities. The 93991,,, toother special and miscellaneous

east. county's share of road and,bridge funds. THE;TIDES
C; Beckman reported on bonds as of Dee: 31 such bonds Receipts Included $51758.87/ 'r
V earrtesy boa',inspection to being administered .by the State from the State. This was garnered

Quoted here soon by the Board of AdxlnistraUon. It. $1- front. $114189 In Intangible -,
GUard In which the local 85345768. taxes $61483 In railroad IUd .... .... mtor rot St l.,. htatMn
(Coruinu j e to, w.aa Ny II, ...._ %..... I
P,., P.:T l; \ ADDITIONS TO FUNDS and telegraph license and $411- r. s.w.u'. point ...M 1 ..... Mk ase-
INDEX C To all fund, was added $IH,. 000 (from the Racing Commission M .Cue....low'or,, "ik uo a' k_,.U __'
TO !FEATURKJ,, $6L73 and transferred to fund H, w. ;.,
i : Th*, county' revenue I 'IOUI'eel (.11. ..fiuw ,.M,
I. 4L.sl.lnlwr. was $46,085 making a total State' : Marshall sit of
George C. behind a
:* M.rl, Sent-?:..:I I A track .load of ma1DtMall.'ores, of, the 10 TeliphoM available of, $....1114.111. Total Included $8377161 from taxes : of group Nov .15,55 55,5* AO's" 4,5'ssloe
a'- .e N.w. se, ts.ct t Company of 'enlla'lvan\a.lea.\ a company dtswt U rhllsitlmla -. $1$7,169.79whlsh $3D'1U.froIn/ tax redemptions, i microphones to Washing at the eoneloslo of his radio report I:' :.1555 '155 541 .4Ny : '
expenditure: were
PJ.D.tI .,- J !, on rests .. work kite settlement of.their part .1st the tote-,. added unpaid $1,1111.3 from occupational, license -,I, to(bo nation on the Moscow Feretfa Ministers' conference. H* ylt rt ......."a...v.Itrs 55 "e41 a4s ..1 1.,
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.. : ....!.. I topp0t9.e8,1n :said Premier Stalin toll him compromise' possible .. the =.. ... 'S,5!
,..... strike. The agreement, providing wage flaerrise..of tl. to. vouchers "" and. *. $ .ll1U&fro ,, beverage Pre l'i I'I :s 'v.
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... 4 .W. BW. was;the first mater settlement .In the siette' .tJielbl ,:brought! '(Consieue4 tm kite.. ?qx). : ). ., ..
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tl' ; TACt TWOy THE: STTJAKT NEWS, STtARI, Martin! County,/tORSDA, rmm D T. MAT S, 1&4'-

r N\i.\ :e t Lake Worth Nine Hands Sailfish First Loss 10-9

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I # :' !, BOARDS POWERS HIKED I House- lUmlly passed, 47-27": :- a ---- CHAMBER -

I i ;' 41 It I I A Tallahassee three-day ,legislative Hay a -- debate(JFi)) I measure title State increasing Real Estate the powersof Commission -' STUART HOLD-S' LEAGUE LEAD SAllFISHERS'---1 STUART SAILFISH CLUB PRESIDENT;

waa_.ended ,Monday when the! .
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I 'I", I I Sailfish Mem division, length-fl ft. 4W tar-Lock. L. MaeKerv-

t \ .J,,"rfIGl 1VictimIzed by a potent 16-hit Lake Worth batting attack FIELDING SHAKYA tie. New York City

J r L ditl' """" 1 and their own shaky fielding Stuart Sailfishers Sailfish. ladles division, length--8 ft. J* In. Mrs. C. H. Trae-
.1 1 : dropped a 10-9 decision here Sunday afternoon on the East .
York City ,
t/4/: t I --1 and,6th St.straight diamond victory,all the It Rambler wuStuart' '- .chalked- --.up- -their-- -sec---- JO-hit barrage In (heir last ger Sallrlsh Jjeb; weight divlslon-8J Ibs.-David Lee Swank Chicago; Iq

t;1' two has boosted the Sail- ADDRESS:
first of
loss the season, a single, a walk and an error
i i1. : but decisions narrow triumph 1 gained one tally for Lake WorthIn fishers' team batting average W.hoo-$5 Ibs.-Horace E Britton, Jackson, N. C.

'J'': \1. Sunday over Pompano, also previously the 2nd end three store base (rom a weak -248 two weeks ago I Dolphin-41 Ibs.-Mr*. George T. Welch, poughkeepsie, N. Y

v., I' I unbeaten kept the Sail- I lilts. plus errors by Horace Arnold to a hefty J01 but 11 fielding Blue- H Ibi.-H. N. Cue Hudson. Ohio,
.:, : t and Graham manufactured miscues In the same pair of tilts Mangrove Snapper-tVt Ibs.-H. C. Bloomlngdale Stuart. A. 3
I." l In a two-way tie for the three runs In the Ird as Lake has dropped the teami fielding False Albacore-22 Ibs.-Margie Thebaud, Bedford, N Y

r ,I East Coast Glades League lead. Worth forged ahead .-1. Three mark to a faulty J 01. latest Oar-IS lbs._A. Sverkllk, New York City
I"" Both are a hair game ahead of'-straight hill. two for two bases';I official .figures revealed this TrouU.13 Ibs Roland Barry. Woodland, Mich
I challenging Pahokw after one was out exited Bebee week
,: ""t For the next' two Sundays the i In the 4th and brought on Graham -1 1j Horace Arnold, Stuart slugging Trout-13 Ibs,John Robinson, Kobe-Sound. .
f Sailfishers go visiting, this weekto who granted a single by, catcher, continues to pace King Mackerel-48V4 Ibs:-Mlm Florence Cheek,
,,<, t \ winless Boynton Beach and j Dick Dennis for a 7-2 Lake I. the Individual batters with a: Bass-TVi Ibs.--George Ferryman.Teaneck, N J. i
f next week to Clewlston The Worth lead before the fire was five-game average of $71, but Grouper_II Ibs.-Elmer Graham, Stuart.
,' local xrew walloped Boynton| quenched following strongly In his wake Oafttop Cat-7Vi Iba.--II. C. Bloomlngdale! Bewails Point
here April 20 .and feel fairly I Stuart quickly made up"this are pitcher Bit Bebee, Infielder ; Cobia. 47* Ibs/--Mrs. William R. Vaughn, Louisville "KySnook : .
: confident of getting back In the I deficit with three hits lor two I i Elmer Graham and outfielder: -18H Ibs.-A. N. Hull, Annapolis, Md -c-
!''i" : 'win column this Sunday, butMllliiiiiillilllliiiiilHiilllllllllillMiiiii runs In the Ith and the four-hit "Chink" Stiller I Sheepshead I/I Ibs.-Earl Tlllman stuart. 'EARL O SHREVIShreve

Gh'es00\ ,, ; : attack on RuasUra In the 8th but I First baseman'.Jesse' Arnold AmberJack-65 lba--W A Palmer Jensen Beach of New York was elect.\

(I,' '! CAST COAST CLADS LEAGUE ,, the visitors got ahead again In) leads In the all-Important run- Barracuda-32 Ibs.-Howard 8 Johnson, Charleston, W, Va ed president of the IT g. Ch...
led off' with seven
the 6th Bob Douglas producing! department
I Spanish Mackerel-8ft Ibs,-Lloyd Claff, Randolph, Mass. her of Commerce at the
I w followed annul
(' 1 I. Pei: oat; with his second resounding: tallies driven home to date, -
!):" \ ', Jw sTUART Pnnb.ao : 1 f .n04 nt.P.l. I double and took third on Carey by Marlon Tetter, Graham ,Tarpon-120 Ibs.-lewis Kaulroan Staten Island, N. Y. meeting In Washington, He
', A J SlimmingLoielincss .... 1 1 7" I" single, When Stripes bootedDennis' and Bebee with four each I Bonlto-HVi\ lbs,L., D, Soemaker) Lakewood, Ohio, succeeds Erie Johnston.
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). /1.5100. 6 a 1 Ibs. Jack A. Biggs, Knoxvllle Tenn, -
the Tuna-14
,i Morrunn ",Id t a .... II. I grounder Douglas scored Horace Arnold also tops -
'f I It ..... Worth.., 6 .... tall. I and Carey tallied I on two Infield. team in other categories with 1 Jack Crevalle-19* Ibs.-rJune Sampson"'Trlpp City Ohm
t : II.. .("H. II.... 4. I 1 ,sun.... 4 tk : OUtS j: six runs scored and 11 hits made, Bream.-1ft Ibs._Mrs. i. W. MNamara. Jensen Beach
M"'r \ I Ir LAST RESULTS Successive doubles by Graham: four of which have been for two I Pompano Ibs-Mr. George Hektor Brooklyn, N. Y, ,JACKI /
.ti SUNDAYS I and Horace Arnold got one back bases, also tops, Graham, Is nest White Marlln-91 lbs-Phil Aubln Chicago ''ii' I I If
'. r P.h.Uk..Woctb. III B.ll.111 STUART Made S. .. fur Stuart In the 6th, and when, with three two-baggers The Weakflsh IbsCarl Orashuls, Hastings, Mich. ,. -! All,
Bebee and Graham cracked Arnold have struck the team'sonly I :
< rwillMt I Pom..M IMurrlion da.
Arctic Bonlto-tV, Ibe."Erne H. Scruggs, Decatur, =
i :.:; :, Fills: \ 4, 80'.' Poona' ..NEXT. II Loss.UNDAY'S Werth the Stuart 7th Brady: came\ on! run has yet to materialize' Awards and plaques will be mailed to the winners In the near Supreme Silk/
\ j 0.11 O1.d. at Mor.V1.14 I tile scene, Horace Arnold's; Despite his off-day Sunday, future, Officials who approved the awards above after considerable
I F A STUART Cuwla.p o'at eoeeton P.h.ker 8..h. tingle, loaded the bases, and' a tebees prowess continues to i deliberation Tuesday night called attention to the rule: "There BAIT CASTING LINE
Pr I pass to Jesse Arnold forced Jn head the mound staff Against I are no strings attached to eligibility to compete.-except! that fish
:"1\ CI' / : "'"'" ,IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIdark / / i I Bebee and tied the score I-9, but!, Lake" Worth he notched four! entered must be caught from a craft registered with the Club." An The'World's'finest Ban COX.
/ horse Clewtsxm Is untested' roiled out strikeouts to his total I Line ,. smoother and
Lowery to Doherty more run expanded set of rules to cover all contingencies to a future probe log < ,
f \ by the home forces' Clewlston I and Stuart's last rally was over to 45 for 35 Innings pItched. but stronger waterproofed
: will be the next home foe May Marion Tetter was the lastSallflsher his earned run average rose to I billty- by our special processTheWorld's
25. base 2.83, neat figure nevertheless.The '
\1' on drawing a I II II a !
I r !''I I Only briefly was Stuart ahead walk I with one I In the 8h.: averages: HOSPITAL TO HAVE auxiliary of the hospital ,which Record of. 151| itt
I 1: Sunday, but twice when I It fell I He stole second :tedI ambled to I 'OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY Is In charge of this observance Tarpon on in It lb. im'
: 7 behind It rallied' to even the, 'third on an Infield out but died BATTING Open house at Martin County Mrs. r. C, Klckliter' Mn. Harry line was made with bl...l
count only to give away the I there as Snipes grounded out. Q leI BA FA'R. Pearl Line.NORWICH.
Arnold ,0 l In .041Odin" Heffner, Mrt M. G Uttman and
/ Hospital In connection with National
winning run In the 8th Inning. Bebee Graham and Horace Arnold .lasthnwp
f:1 I [ .{ Dennis, Carey's single opened' i were retired In order In the: 1 i-m:, \11.000: Hospital Day will be,held Mrs Wilson McClure will be at LINE COMPANY
.011 the tea table and Mrs Stanley
I I b D the round. After Dick Dennis 9th although they paned Stuarts Iii".. 2 0 .... '.... Sunday from 3-$ p. m. The hospital -- T "" """J"-"
G..... .I 4 lot ..060stfllw hitching will be In charge of
J \ fanned Ed Doherty's grounder blows apiece, 4 9 .... 1,000 will be open for public inspection registration. MOIWICH, N.T.
1 I .. -..... to Shlpes led to a force play on I Ty Fleming I Lake Worth third P.._. 1 1 .... .a.6 .
....... Laws.. 0 1 eat .... and refreshments will Miss .Bergliot Nielsen, head
Carey at second but Jesse Arnold sacker, sparked the Rambler. SoMbyLEADING
t I.
I Aroold I. 7 14 .011wil14m. be served. at the nurses home. nurse, explained that National
dropped Ray Helsleys. relay victory with three hits Including 1 .... ...uTho.
''I at first i doubles and .....p I I ,000 ..IMH,1.1. This Invitation Is extended to Hospital Day officially la Mon- HARDWAREand
Doherty promptlystole two perfect handling .... .
1 0 .100
both whites and It day but 1 II observed
'h. negroes was being hereon
second and rode home on of eight fielding chances. Douglas -1 Tats I 4 ,160 .000ahfpe
t. :" Ed Broadbeck's sharp single to: also garnered three hits as !Mail. .a 1 .I lost... I...000be ... announced by Mrs Carroll Duns- & day more convenient to SPORTS STORES
}; { left. :both drove in one run Dennis I .1. I .... J.... combe, chairman of the woman s hospital activities
A'.... .. .... -
6r 1 I Bit Belles. ace of the Stuart with two hits, drove home four I......' .. ... ..'u'I. ..
j ( II' hurling staff. lacked his usual i tallies' Tatter also looked good TEAM .,... .. .. a II .... ...001Lend
j ; I' I I tlfectlveness and was shelled!weld for Stuart accepting tight !: MA .'.UI.G'-ea.v.i' ...r,,1,."kill.-r.', ft-fi.hfw0,'600.41al Inside tf%04r/-Sketclies/ 16 Major Ball Parks
I :
I II consistently from the start until I fielding chances without Na*. :

I it J #i Thf cwlnrM of white tytUtmbroklerjr i he retired to right field In' the The box score: 4.r".4PITCHERS. I
I It 4th Inning in favor of. Elmer i LAKE WORTH tM AMMry'MppMa '
j OM fine nforlied I AH R H PO A 1C L a 0 W KRA :':;U : owl'I : _.
I Graham who despite fairly efficient 1 J 41 ''
Afen* s u I I Jl
t ..... poplin. by BATES I 1 pitching was charged with I aroAy!i l IHoUhklu =.n : 0 its
l: *h : Mnthl M.nnlnf'I compliment .' i I the loss, Both Stuart mounds-I ,15141s: a5 rl-m 4. 1 1/t I e .1 Gr: ::.,j, 'w:-atat :... 'wool: 1. .. :I Do You Kn w. .

1 t. the Miler, '.U"' w,.....11.t I i men gained four strikeouts as {Douglas a.r' 'l tl t S s I a f s 1 a 0 .. 6U-.Glkeouut rasp avs.$. par w-n.......1., ERA.real ,-, Whet M...... WM ,......* .h flue D* ... a "Mir,
.jl Uu, I I Bebee ran his season total to 45 annual:. ::1 I I Ir I iMtw Pitorf Who. 14. All 0 I. Batten .ta !11461
,\ I' I you Morning glory wild' I fur 35 Innings pitched. oh, rr: Ib ", 0 I 1' 1 : .. What rirckw W. U GMIM Without a LM .Last Turf
:"r y.: .. row pink .r buttercup yello* Lake Worth featured a vertlble Hn.dbe.kU"wva 4 4 I MOOSE THANKS ur is V Haw Many CUM Clk Mil Scwiti Art UittJ b T Ink.
{ \ I : : ::1 : : : I Malay .L.. .. CI.., Win Stole. 110 1_ fa
...ii..4 M "Illuiiun half visa IM\ M Z2'iStuart parade of hurlers after starter e MANY DONORS | Plays
,. .
j 4wlra qty Julian Groover M. 0 0 J 946' WM nym. WM NMM I M Mil Hall .f.fv5 >.
was to retire rlaeorf 5 I I 0 6s.
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l $$129] I after the 4th Inning with a it If fa Stuart Moose Lodge today 0 Finn Loot YaP ,' What Wm tnkU. Itodiwn, Ml
It 1 SM4HMI,. .., >
Irlm a
1 1D thanked Heath Sweet Daniel OyoMJr'Antwiri
i I pulled tendon In his right leg, STUART Shop. -
I Asa H PO A E Sundries e TIM wad rsoiiumh e/ Other Qu'*-
i i Louis Russum, pounded heavily .. I s Cramer Market, f
Grah.m ab- i I I I Ii
: ,In the 5th when Stuart knotted Arn01d u. 4 5 I tft. i i Horseshoe Bar, Stuart Dept. tiou M Well M Official tut A..,.,.. .f ** """'
1 the at J. Arnold. Ib.lb, 4 I I 1 I I and Minor ..,u.., Official Playing Rules and laufprttititai
score 7-7, was replaced by .. Ist.ore. LaPolnte Jewelry, Walker r.
r Bob Clager In the 6th who In turn H.I.1 .ur. 0r.u.r s Jewelry'Merrlman'. Tavern, Will B. Found It
I saw. 4 I I I awoo.
D : was relieved by Brady in the 7th. ... it I t I I I 0 Hutto Radio, Stuart Drug and I BOOK''
: I Brady stingy twirling for t 1/3 Albion Aie",' ,.If I t t I I' t t I I II I W W, Mae Co. for prize donations OFFICIAL BASEBALL GUIDE AND RECORD

I Innings earned him the victory ,....'" ...If 1 I I I I I at the dance held at Sausages ,
I Jesse Arnolds long triple to Lrirtn rf eoh' Now on Sal at All/ First-Class Newsstands
I ,.. so ,: ; ( 1 1Prf 1 under lodge sponsorship/
Department Store left center sandwiched between 8..... S I I I IJAKK 0x April 26.SCHOOL. I or Sent for Jl,Po.tae Paid,. C. C. Spink A Son, St. Louis 3, MOor

: J I singles by "Mule" Arnold and! "h.i 1 ii 1Retire ,- -.........,
Harris Lowery brought Stuart Ro. tor In :': .. '*:'"': "' --
I will/.m.// FOR BANKERS 1 .. ;: :
a' ,; two runs In the 1st Inning, but S.t.....-. b. '..1.for,Ar.., ... '1. glib, I i.t. ,1.'lI.,' .'.,.> .,t., ... ,<,...;.A: k ":' -'
WORTH lit Ml II 11-_" Gainesville, May 8 ApproxI- I -1::
81 DART too 111 1Kuri ._ I mately 150 Florida bankers will
kittrd. U---Ad.m.. fkDouy. ,, ..1...
,... Itonnll. 4. Bro.dktk. R., .Na.Na' go to school for four days here
.5 ry.'fJm..,'hh ...,,II 11-b-Arnold'', J. Arnold Tbss.. Low-hit. next month as the fifth short */ /I
I.'k .. .;.l.e "t. ; course for bankers on the I
I i I .HouKkliH. A"old. 'Thew b... .tt-/: University of Florida rama al dyT
ff/trl lL campus ? #
Ii& im m>4 rum Lake Worth tm
: J114 M.atu.rt,.... ..\Len. taut Ulu._Hotrhkbi Worth .JI.I. ,. June 9 under the Joint sponsorship ffq9H
of the General
DohartY. Dt. jIOlFfi loe...... 80.111......... I. BtrwkArnold. Division and the Florida Bank

utky r ,I.. Utkur ky B:kM I.4. ky kr Q Rmniin. k.m 4.I.Binoff kr I ers Association, B. C. Riley dean,
on kill: -- IrooY.r I .If Riiuym announced today
off Brady I, :f Bebo. i. M Ur.h.1. ::

Sunday May 11 is Mother's Day 4 Rum li.,.and... off hlti It._.off...Or.I and....41.1 4. and Io.lnl 1 M 'FOR :MOTHERPerfume
off (luor I n4 4 In I II Innlnii, oil I Pure. fc.H-R>..... Winning "H h.rVENETIAN .
tirade 0 : I 1. t II Main[ off B..d. L.1ps ./.1.-0." ... UsviM14 -
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Come In And Or.ham I 004 5 lit I a LpMr 1:11. -
a Let Us Help You Select r Sets By .

A Fine Gift For Her.,. .'. Elizabeth Arden Cara Nome ,. Evening In Paris .6 CotJ

BLINDSMade Yardley Old South; .

by, SISTRUNK INC. of, Miami : "

Toiletries to Please .Mojud Hosiery i

r Distinctive Stationery .. Steel Aluminum Wood ,

Useful Hair Brushes .r s I (- Nylon or Silk)

Waterman and Parker Pen and J Pencil Sets Norris; Whitman and Gale

r '. I White Oyster;:. Boxed Chocolates'

I ___ \Off-White, '

Whatever. You Give, Add That Extra Thought With a Select A I andNatural, .: ELECTRIC CLOCKS PRESSURE'COOKERS'

Box of Candy by Hollingsworth WoodLET ":,
} f'''''''' JUICE EXTRACTORS (And,Many Othei Items) ",

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SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL PLAY 'Clubs High School Hold I Tigers Snap Losing Streak, Close 47 SeasoD-llr'J] j f!'' ; j I

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Stuart Learn More f
Legionnaries St. Petersburg. May (-A new I Tallahassee. 'May I During M "I I. r :\ 4

The Martin County High ( service to convention delegateswill March 109 small woodland ownIris:1, I: I ..\

Thi senior class of>, Martin School chapter of the Future AS MELBOURNE be Initiated at the parent- ers and farmers received $>0.947ai ; ,; .1 II i

Count High School wW present Homemakers of America sponsored Details on J Junior Baseball PlansCommander teacher State convention to be returns from the marketing i .1'" 1 I'.'
Uncertain Age" byHilda by Miss Mary Ellen Man- held here Nov, 4-a. A nursery for of their timber Seven farm foresters w ..\ '

i play Manning Th at 8:30 tonightat ton head fit the home economics IS BEATEN 106Fort 1 ._ the children of the mothers attending employed Jointly by .\ t(:, d I
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department Florid Forest Service and U. ,
presented a pro. ;;: "
echool auditorium. R. the sessions will be
at high Harris open S.'t.t I r I .
gram of skits at the school Forest Service, assisted the "
The cait will Include a NtLaw. Thursday night Clever, amusing Jr. and T. 4 F Kennedy under the direction of a graduate l woodland. owners in these : ,,;t I II J t. a aations.
j .
Balser! Roberta Harold John Post el ''I I
juanlt skits PjerM Scores 15-3 nurse. ,
were presented by nine I J I
Winkle Saunders Legion attended a meeting. _- ''i'' ..II! ( "
Baker school Decision In --- -- -- 10 .
Phyllis organisations: The Mas- Season I "
r' '
Robert Oreen, Jerry Shlpes que, the Key Club the a Club Final Tuesday day night at the Legion ; r1, 1 "'tift..
Emerson Kramer; In Delray Beach to : t'
irale the Future Farmers of America, -
Wlllard Well, Mary Lou Garner, the Future Homemakers of Martin County High Schools further details'on the : 1

Julia Jamison and Jame. Chap- America the Latin Club and baseball; team closed out Its more, sponsorship of Junior DINNER DANCE Hl 1A Hi
the 9th district this
puRL' Mr Rom neUo'. English class or less dismal 10-game season

Musical entertainment be- The (10 first prize was awarded here Tuesday as It absorbed a Mlzell O Platt, district
tween acts will be furnished by to Mrs tdulhaupLaUn 15-I thrashing from Fort Pierce letic officer, presided at the At

the schools saxophone quartet Club for their humorous "Julius powerful Eagles sion attended by post

which won top honor at the Caesar" which featured an Oriental However the Tigers gainedone tatives from Fort Pierce '' "
district music festival at Sebring dance to the tune of "The measure of success from Glade, Vero Beach, Palm THE LIGHTHOUSE

and second division rating two Bells, of St Mary- June Ma- their first season since 1932 South Bay. Hollywood\ A "
weeks ago In the State final In tousek and Joan : Michael when they snapped alt eight- Beach, Lake Worth Delray '" j

Miami Included In the four- Harkins, Roberta 'Nuner, game losing streak by coming Pahokee. ;' : ;
Mine are Janice Arbogast Joan Ernie Rlcou and Emily MorrJson from behind to wallop Mel- Also present were the THIS SATURDAY' i 'E'; ";1

Combs Emily Morrison and were In the cast. The narratorwas bourne High hers Friday 10-I. tary of the national I : J ,
Dorothy Clonts. Miss Clontt Janice Arbogast As a result the Stuart outfit headquarters William 'I i
win play two solos, 'Beautiful the skits" finished with' one victory and State department chairman Music at 7:00 P. M. 'J' .1_ !' j
Colorado" and "Song of india. Second Of nine losses for 1947 play and the Statewide program; i I : t + ; if
prize $5 went to the
Key Club for Its dramatizationof strong prospects for a winning representatives of the Ford Come and Bring Your Friends ,; r. \: I
tor Company of Dearborn,
team next This
year yean ;
Crosstn the Tracks In the V / ,
which the
BOARD cast team was handicapped by lack of co-sponsors I ti
were Jim Conrad Willie '
Wells, Jim experienced players and delay nationally. and I' 1 ':1 '
Bowden Jerry Stripes. '
of It was emphasized that : : : ;
pre-season which forced jJ
Emerson Kramer,Robert Oreene, born after I j I I'' -: .
NEW TEACHERS 1to forfeit Its scheduled boys Jan 1 .
I Lloyd Campbell Runt Griffin, opener In Vero Beach March It would be eligible to play. Enjoy a Delicious, Wholesome /., \ ,
Billy Hardwick and Dick Roberts -
Arthur Henry pitched and every team formed In a '

WAGE SCHEDULE j I batted the Tigers to the Mel- would have a Legionnaire DINNER with DINNER MUSIC : t ;' :
pointed for It as team ..
I UllllllllllllllllinillllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIITIGER visor. He would act only. In : I,,
$$1,000 RAISED 1 PITCHING advisory capacity to .the ByLarry's !; j) ,:" I II
of the teachers salary I
... manager. I ,\\1,
L IP P. <<
schedule as recommended by the I Ky 0S W0 I. ...1 Martin IP, j
Citizens Edu6atlon Committee l TO IMPROVE wrll. A e a 54 .'" Registration for \
Teachers Mnlit 1 5 5 0 .... play will.. be held at the Pascal Orchestra I ;
and the County Also- \il'il'j 1 1II
.se I as \t' school after :
elation' was made at the regular I TIAMSrMuM. oo ..r II..... IS I.v.r. l I. May 19-21 ;
monthly I meeting of the County I GOLF COURSE .-....Hoock d .I"woo 1 at. "d.f.,5./,1..1. No rlttkor1 U Th. Coolest Spot on the East Coast to Dine ,; 4 1
School Board at the court house as the visitors committed i '
'Tuesday night The secheduleU :JIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIbourne miscues which led to all the : II 1'

baaed on Individual credits' triumph as his matesbraced art runs I ': ,1 hiI
II :
and experience.A Mora! than $1000 In voluntary to lend him the strongest After nine straight cuts : t : : \'" '

house for teachers In the subscriptions was raised at a possible support In the second was safe 'on a shortstop t
!Indlantown school owned by meeting on- 23 members of the halt of ,the contest, starting stole second and moved to : : : : : 1 ENJOY YOUR DINNER '

D.'W Ross was purchased by Martin County Golf and Country with the base full In the 4th when the relay of Bowden \, ,
!the board for $4.500. Club at the club house last Inning and his team behind I-C, roller was dropped at first. I I IN ""d:
night Henry retired the last 12 batters ShipeS then slapped a single .
Ten teachers were; appointed OUR GRILL ''f
bj the board five The fund will be used for Improvements In sucesslon as the Mel- center scoring Titus and //w
: negro for .
l District 2. three for the Stuart on the greens It was bourne attack suddenly diminished the fielder kicked the i i WITH i !
reported by R. M Johnson chair- into utmost futility. Henry around Bowden also raced
elementary school, and girls phy- Ed Howard singled to start 1 :H 'J
fanned three ;
ik-al education man of the greens committee passed three and '
and commercial
teachers fop the high school who gave an optimistic reporton allowed only six hits, aU singles, Tiger 6th, stole second YOUR FAVORITE DRINK t 4 4t t'1"I": }'!
Hardwlck double to
the'greens pondltlon, although five' .of these werebunched .. ,t'..
County Supervisor Mrs.ton Bill center with two down la I '" :: I,
Foster also Club President Fred L.; Hall. ftt th'd'4th"aljhe visitors t,'" "
was appointed ,
who presided at the session: presented scored five times.A ., 2nd stanza was the.only i
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teaching vacancies were Stuart hit. ,
a plan for increasing Uleclub' walk and twiTMelbourne ,
reported. six In outlying white membership which was errors got one back for Stuart The box scoresMELBOURNE: '

schools In all districts and threeIn reported by Secretary Charles In the bottom'of the 4th. Ed Line of Choice LIQUORS, WINES i:
Aa. H roCorH. a :
outlying negro schools) In Die.trkts .
Rue as totaling 44 today The Howard then singled with one k I I.
| and S. next regular club meeting will out in the 5th took second as MNIea.M... | ...:5b....5_ :.:?: :..:4 I: 1 I: .I 1 4 i : : and CORDIALS :. i: .

be June 4.Preceding. C H. Hardwick drew a pass and I I 1' I I ,. i" q .
1i1 .1'' : I I.
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!the club both moved a base on a
meeting a up
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NEW rf
picnic was held at the clubhouse double steal Henry promptly de- K.IN u.5. .1 I 1 I 5 ; : : I: :: ; t I r
with more than 150 attending livered a line single to !left field Iwo'80.._. ._ .. .....1. I 1. I I 4. .aOrb. I TASTY DELICIOUS FOOD i'
to both 'and send I ,
score runners
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Stuart ahead to stay.7-(. Singlesby it i its -7 al'I. Prepared by Mr.. and Mrs. J. T, (Mom r I !I.
GRID. CARD DELAYED Joe Smith Charlie Titus and STU*!, r I b: / : : : J-d yI '
and A. a H roi A : and ) Felton :, i
Continued conflicts solutions Jerry Shlpes a costly passed Tito.i tii Pop i
Fort Pierce: May t _, Work for which. still .are unavailing ball added three more tallies to .i HY : : :5 I l : f : I \ I I !
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Ie to be started by the county have further ,delayed comple- the Tiger total before they fin- ( i Ib...:. ? ..:5e: "It 11rawur : : : \

at t once on the construction of tion of Martin County High ally were retired. W.I.N.r1 ef .._ ... ... .5 | 1 .. Ice Cold Premium> BEER .: I:; ,i i1
I hlghway4 parallel with the Schools football schedule for I Ed Howard and Titus, .who C K.. H.rdwfc.Ik.'. .1.11| || a 5 l / \\1 If" .

Florida East Coast Railwaysww next fall It was reported Tuesday 'had a perfect day at bat, led the scow H...., e. ..5.. .t.r | I .ei ON DRAFT .L /if;, r
Fort Pierce-Lake Okeecho- by Principal Erwin F. John- Stuart offensive with two hits I
Iw cutoff branch. wick:, who added that further I apiece and Howard contributedthe it .i l. i 5i Cj \: Ii 1 1if

.'The County Commission' Tue.day .- report on this and the spring only extra base blow of the s"-i.*:' l' jntofMELHOURNS III Ml I / ,,,, II 1 yjy ,
instructed Road football training scheduled to I game when he doubled in the STUART i '.'_. 114 It! :.-. I

tendent R. L Hayes to Superin-begin get under way this week at the ; 8th. Every Tiger made at least I...Ru....... 5.5554 C.",.. lo.,Willow.lid. liowd.Vl'H..llt I : ; St. Lucie Bar ;y } 1 I ;

clearing and 'grading work for school will be made next week ,'one putout and all but Emerson H.It..w... I.. Loft Skpo.,. I"kooooStuon Two_ki.II...kit....._... iI.tr.::
the hew highwayrom, the e, Kramer managed to get a hit r. brnod ..... M.Ib..r.. ,
'I a..... I. ....... ..__si...o4 I.
White PLAN MOVED Tuesdays tilt was something
City Midway. road to a, RETIREMENT .at. Tit_ Be_.. FORMERLY TOMMY'S BAR AND CRILL'
I. ahl e \
Snot 4 miles- southwest where Tallahassee May 8 ...* A new else altogether None of the 10..... .. H.,...,. .. '.II .....,' ; J JA
I three Stuart hurlera, Willard _Coillo ........&-or Jock"onrr ."" 4. \ \\I\
"ttlon houses are to be eon- teacher retirement plan under I. B... .. .....-o<( Jockoon VISIT WILL CONVINCE YOU I''
itmcted which the) minimum monthly Wells, Henry and Ralph Mer- ."''f Honrr I. Hit kr oltokor Iv '
The pension )js raised from $50 to !, ritt, could find the plate with (t5: Howord. S,Sniltk) .... oo4 BEER BY THE CASE ,
North St. tucleRiver! ofC Jncknoo II ood I I In 4 SI
w ij> $75, was unanimously passed by any 'degree of regularity As a 55,5.: err MoNkkoln. nod I III j 1 : I'
age District has agred to I .: .. '
.In. Looln oltokor Jukion
Provide a 200.foot right of way the house Tuesday result Fort Pierce coupled eight kollo. -*r a... .. U.plro. Hhrlfl.r ------ ----- :' : I
to the Walks and hit batsman with Cokmon. Tlw.--a 415.roar. I
southern! .
edge of the dUWrt ,
with other I nine solid nils, to roll up an h
property owners Imposing 13-0 lead In the first
to continue the right of way three Innings. Hsy et .A'. I a 5 H a 1'0. A. : '
COUnty line the, theSt..commission Lucle-Martln I The 2nd frame was the worst t.I.'was .,*_ .,e i Ie. RECORDS! RECORDS!.
was : : : : : : t
laid by The first batter drew life on an J. ark5ii"a ;,:::
1U attorney D. c Smith : !error'and two walks, the wounded H... ..w_ s1 _"...,5 5 5. s
lI'esotiatlon.'alao'have' W. sul.al.4 50 .5 I a e
lun with been be- I batter.and another walk forced 1Ao. .. ... ... t I I
Martin County,land- 1
.home two runs and brought 801..1. 11.
owners to take the right _..hl. rf.. .. t 5 I I OVER 1,000
through that way about' Wells': replacement Inb arras. ,e ? .. I a .
county Lake I Henry He promptly walked a HwUrf. .0 . .
Okeechobee It was staled. Vw... M ..I I .
e third run and a single and a 5b...II.. .s 5 .1. .,
notched A N.So. tab ,.. a 5 .
double four\ more. a
MORE\ABOUT' I II..... 5 5 :. .
walk and six base blows Including ".,. ... I I .
NEW DRAW FOR another double by Bill Strick iiiiiiii. USED
Investments land netted the Eaglet five more
Korea: In the 3rd and with auch
(Conlrmierf/ From Page Oft) a lead matched with the hapless -

... sAlES AND LISTINGS Tiger offensive Eagle: reserves Y
bong ahead own with the ln>. THROUGHOUT MARTIN took over for the rest of ,

Beach mmJtt fonr.man Jensen COUNTY the contest. Your Choice .
was selected to Ruelane Kindred started on
IOoPtra"", 111 that community the hill for Fort Pierce but when IS WHERE t q, i
With the auxiliary W. B. TILTON he loaded the bases with free TASTY $1

AI Nalhen, _Chamber ,IcePrlllident ) REALTOR- tickets In the tot Inning. he was For Only
and a 'B. Kraft relieved by Oene Hayes who fan
Clamber manager presided atcon. ,Cor. Cemmerelat 8t. and Old ned Wells to retire the side and BLUE

bye meeting after which JDixle Hi-Way 'went on to limit the Tigers to DIAMOND t
sidersble dlalaUetacUon seportedly :three hits while fanning 11 men ,/ ON
expreued'oyer the all- Jensen Bach Only faulty Eagle) support pre-

He-let! or brevity of discussion of vented his attaining a ahutoit THE MANOR
subject tot Which the meet- 1t------:
bug w" believed to VICTOR I
have been
wiled' i THE
the Utile was said on Vlther "THE JINX!'
bridge or the several proPosed 'ENJOY'A
'S'eri' Wand roads and no plans ,BEER. LUNCH ,SOFT DRINKS. .. JAZZ BLUES BOOGIE SPIRITpALJf' a
S ..made. for further *'**** ON WARM EV! ..
--on" kh of these subject In 'SPECIAL AND, ENJOY Best" :. "We Service the Re t"
=Y mUCh OQUntywlde' :
In Beach. rUcu.laI1.l" Jen.14o.aoo. .- ON BUN.. .. SaeI *.> \ :

I I.i I '"0...* 'IOOA., M., 'hi liOO A.' M : TT BROS.5

.i- '3V4 MttoM North of Stuart h F.>d.. No. ( BAR AND
I kq, ., ,
*IHl m Chlahotm has r 'YOU CAN'T. BCATtTHE: \ 'JINX '

"rr Mite. 8t. Louis for a eMit with) .0,.. Sunday Nova''Till 2.00 A. M. .'Psi f,hoiM' Stuart.;209 .

Yr pnn-In.law and !Il! Ier. e / = CI d AU Day TueuUya "
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I ; net; root 'THE !5TCART! NEWS, STUART Morita Conafe, >FIOMDA,. pICRWAI, MT,'_. M7', _
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fund U cents In the penses of $2472.71 for net Income -, for compensation allowed an4
and bridge I '

1 \ THE DIXIE TAVERN Growers Attend Field DaysIn I COUNTY AUDIT !.I1.016J1 outstanding In the Indebtedness health and fund wel-, divided of Into,78S4J.".07U This for net compensation 'was $174 The.M sheriff for excess had feel total, I'eee1P11

I for .
t'' Ur fund, ,8Ulln,the agriculture allowed and J7U17 of $K, 4J 55 and total expenofWI.JJIJIforaaetlnooVS!
AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE Fort Pierce Belle GladeFive (Continued from fog- Oh) fund. 277.82 in the publicity excess: fees. (

[ \\1 :" tIt 15 Miles North of Stuart On Federal Hi-Way 1 : fund, 198.80 In the hospitaland FEE'OFFICERg- $5,110.83rThls for: was split\ into ..".
$16,713.36 collector had total receipts CeO.l1 eompensAtlon
fines farm fund, $3,89193In The tax
licenses, county allows
i'1 IF YOU ARE; WISHING FOR A GOOD PLACE TO from Mar- Johnson, accompanied ly H.j
{\ I representatives ) and forfeitures $680 Interest and the I. and 8 county fund and of S1U1J.28 and total expenses and "4.11 for dkttess! fees,
;, .} EAT and DRINK tin County attended a field day B. Kraft and Guy Boyd attended $5M30J $11,684.61 l l In special and miscellaneous -1 of $ ,150.$8 for a net Income The county Judge bad total
.1. YOU WILL FIND "TASTE program' Monday afternoon at a field day at the station In profit on ; funds of'I.662.4t'' '.This was divided receipt of $$4,7e7o2 and toS I
A TREAT' AWAITING toll, dockage and ,
Y the county agent's office In fort Belle Glade Friday conducted by from rept** The 1945| tax a assessment rolls: Into$ ,587,4$ for..compensation expense ot '.6.33 for a .n3
YOU. SUPERB WINES AND LIQUORS, PREMIUM concessions, $2,768 II from sales 3.120"
Pierce. The program tor attend- Or Roy A. Ball agronomist at ofproperty I allowed and 1,084.80 for ex- Income of $ all of wlucb
listed total tounty valuation
BOTTLED BEER, HOT PLATE DELI- of scrap and farm product, ft. compensation;;;
LUNCHES went for
Ing representatives from the station In charge of the fees.
( Palm pasture cess allowed.
I CIOUS SANDWICHES, SERVED IN OUR COCKTAIL 12188 from excess feet, $306 tt28'J:8r; : : eourt The county hits
J''j''j' Beach Martin and St. Lucie grass business fee and State j The clerk of the circuit no clerk of tied
from candidates' filing
LOUNGE. Counties Included discussions of "' had total receipts of $12.52908 criminal court J of record
t. It I The count) agent reported $89.T* If 0 n) miscellaneous The report'on the county's fee um
: Open From I 10:00 A. M. ON WEEK DAYS vegetable growing problems and that the section of the field day Non-revenue reeelpu officers showed: i nd total expense or. $708884 there were no''reports made '
'.z FOR A GOOD TIME VISIT Inspection of various field trials of particular Interest to the Stuart loareei.Included $1549751 from tale of The tax asseftor had total receipts (for a net Income of $5,43714 .the Justice of the peace and thi
: 'f Attending from this county visitors was the developing bonds.. Investment and propertyand of $9,45114 and total ex This was ,divided Into $5,282.34 constable ,

THE DIXIE TAVERN were Hoyt Freeman, co-owner of of new grasses for golf green, $','51.11 miscellaneous. I -
I and manager of 320 acres pastures and lawns There were
BILL COLSON Prop truckland on the HObe Sound 20 to 30 different strains being EXPENDITURES GIVEN '
l' Road; Stanley Smith vegetable tested there In small plantings I

.'1'' _, :.. grower; J. H. McCready, man- Of these six are conducive to use The expenditures Included A Bright New; Coat of Paint
-------- DIVIDENDS ager of the Miami Fruit Indus In Martin County, these being 161,089.90 from the general land ,
BIG tries' 960 acres In Indlantown; R. pangola. coastal Bermuda Bermuda $23,025.2 from the fine and forfeiture I
----- M. Dunn. retired Iowa farmer n.Pensacola bahla,Cuban fund .S48.I7J from the
I visiting here, and L. M. Johnson bahla and Para grass.. Three: general road and bridge fund Will Make Your Home or Building 4
'1 county agricultural agent others also usable here, Johnson $20,08075! from- district road Reflect the Real Spirit of p
,; \ Dr. W. T, Forties soil chemist said, are carpet, St. Lircle Bermuda and bridge fund!, ".1110.1' Iron
It the Everglades Experiment and white dutch the health and welfare fund $4-,
i j CLEAN UP STUART Station In' Belle Glade\ openedthe although these were not being (34.25 from the agriculture, fund, 'CLEAN UP MONTH
: meeting with a dlscuslson of tested at the experiment station; $2,88760 from the publicity fund -
Jtr4 soil acidity and the elements The county trio also heard' of $4,000 from the hospital and
In soil for county farm fund, 3,884d from
'/ necessary growing explanations of trials of native
r4 tomatoes and vegetables. Florida steers by R. W. KIdder, the I. and S. count funds and
CIVIC GROUPS f Norman C Haysllp, a staff animal husbandryman at the $21,592 from special.and miscellaneous Here !
member of the Belle Glade station station. The steers, held In five funds Painting Days are f J|

I, .. then discussed major Insect pens, were grazing on the Rose The expenditures by functions: ,
',' Again We I Remind the Public pests and diseases of tomatoes dale strain of St. Augustine and classifications are broken
.: on the State's east coast grass and also are being fed a down Into general Government
I and reported on field I trials of combination of molasses and law enforceemnt highway main- CHECK THESE BPS PAINT
;. TIIAT WE ARE OFFERING late blight resistant selections of cottonseed meal. tenance and minor construction,
I Irish potatoes. j welfare, auxiliary operations,
C B Savage, pathologist at NORTH FORK'HEARING debt service,capital expendituresand
; the station,told of mosaic studieson SCHEDULED JUNE 19 other expenditures.
IN TRADE squash' in the three-county --- Totals for each Include $ 3- Everything You NeedFor
: $25 I area Or. V. Allison l of the A public'' hearing on improve- 85545 for general! Government,
t I Belle Olade station presided. ment of the North Fork'of the $25,75234 for'I... .enforcement
I After the talks the audience St. Lucie River for flood control 62841.13 for highway maintenance '
adjourned to see field trials 6 and other purposes will be held and minor construction '
FOR THE BEST OVER-ALL I miles west of Fort Pierce on at the elty hall In Fort Pierce $889594 for welfare $21,13765!{ I the Best Looking

Orange Ave. Inspected were different June 19 at 10 a. m., it was announced for auxiliary operations, $3,8893 "
I CLEAN UP JOB! fertilizer water and limIng Friday by Willis K: for debt service $$11,044 for HOUSE-
k treatments on beans, squash, Teale, Federal district engineer capital expenditure and $12- WHITE Vc4e
peppers sweet coif, okra, English in Jacksonville.In 44425 for other expenditures
t ; See U. for IIOF.S, RAKES, SHOVELS, and peas and cantefoupe Variety a resolution adopted July The latter Includes purchase of I 9
observation and disease resistant 5, 1946, the Committee on Flood Investments, municipalities and
f IIOUSE PAINTS trials are being conducted Control in the national House revenue paid others. "
In cooperation with the U. 8.Department of
Representatives directed
Unpaid vouchers from Oct. 1,
i J the Belle Olade of Agriculture station I by and national Teale reports to make on a the review river of fork previous 1945 Included $298.45 to the general
1 Stuart Hardware Co. fund,and$241.21 to the gen
I on tomato selections.State plant breeders. I and all Interested parties are Invited eral road and bridge fund.
to be
present or represented There were
none by last
The field tour led
was by Hay- at this June hearingof Teale's
I i; all I slip and Dr.'Forsee. report. SO.The transfers More than an Ordinary Paint
from all
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r t I'' were laneous from funds.special' and miscel 2 1 1i. White Stayt. White and Pro/ecfi/- longer"

\It will give you the whitest .

\\f i'' The CITIZENS BANK of STUART 30 The of $county 28,380,23 balance Included on$ ,54'-Sept white house on yout': street.' :V M

21 In the general fund, $2,834 Made to stay white, clean and
I 82 In the fine and forfeiture
fund,4.0IU. in the general road attractive (for many years.

I Resists 'severe.weather and

l11 111 ENDORSES LEGAL ADVEHTISENtNTIN atmospheric conditions.'
: WILLIAMS' his. ft.PlalntItrt, i> :. > it does a better. job of

i : "Clean Up Stuart" RUTH 1. OORGCR... M .I. I ik hiding the old dirty surface.

Campaign THE STATE Def.sd.nts.or FLORIDA \ Saves an extra coat.ONLY .
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TO Ruth J. If unmarried
.1... ... .. .
or a .MIo. and If .rind.Ruth _
L ;f: \ ......Dare. namo I.._.oekna...,. .5..4- .d4
dr.. Varaan.
to Mount weal CkaatarCmnlv.
.. _
II. MM Nrf .....Twit. named 1 .11 .k.soundest- .-... $5.30 Per ?'. !
may .be .arrl.4, ,
: i ir
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r ,1.5 ,by OR. 11I-OTHER.... ..CLAIMANTS... or ...1....1.Our 1 when it't painted with/// BPS Raintff; ; "'
eI tin ...... named ..'......1. .b. Our (
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STIMULATES PROGRESSLet's be end an Res to be deal Of

: allta.. w. zdw.rdi. .A bra....._eo.. b Mary... The Finest You Can i
land ewpwatles whose fa "' Way Help Make Stuart A
\ iJ r mon I. 11..1" the ,,
.._ CsU..ih.Os.ponr.
add Yorh.',..brew I.a 4119 Terki.ed Do5woro&-, ..... A...... New Brighter Town is to Paint Your Home! P

: ti. ..IRS....another named. .n4. .,_. abler.,.... uy..,..of_the..

ar ... sine. tUlmlnl pay rHrkt title ar O'N AJGtNt.! Mf, ,,, > PJ."r, ,
.. I IUII "I
1 : interest In end the PropA5.1 lvtd
,1.1' Clean Stuart ,In this suit and .krlMfur, aiii p-rtM*
; Up
1 I il d..rlnodt
:: 1...Yon. (IT d>'= Wcm< sam the Clre.il h5r-by CMrt tas
I of Martin Conlr. rtoriita. It the Coirt
I 4 house In Stuart. Martin one" FlorM l
I j ., n tW ttk d., of JaM. A. D. II4T, .
AND KEEP IT CLEAN EVERY M a Sill of C..IoI.t brought against, .
INDIVIDUAL ,... cad sub of ,... by ,. R. Williams I !.S
; } AND> ORGANIZATION SHOULD COOPERATE IN .pose*. Aim*1 4"WO.W WIIIUiu.. title,his' wilt to ,thed for,the.110.nr.BwtloiM ..... WOODWORKl
J ....ri.... ._rt,. sloula ,Is Ns t1.County. fumuxWAI
:: I'...\ THIS CONSTRUCTIVE EFFORT.WE Pl.Cda H.. 19.. MS.N,II of Tows t
..... -,
ship II SMtk. biK* I*
'f Otk rwH). the allegations. .! Mid BINCmnpUiHil .<
) .." |1M Mkn M a--ed kr
'... lad n IJ kail .be published' ,. Mw Stuart NaniMwaaapar ,
.1 published .is ....... Mania
.. .
-'. 15 '. Cs.t1.four <4I ,1orido..._....nee.. _oeS.. .ritw
0- ssd 4.M n ....... no.w.. SATONE
Ihl. bill 'far of M4. A. D. 1941.SEAL .
: STRONGLY RECOMMEND I'I I ( ) .. POIlIROY.t'Io. aei hr Made with
r I .. 01 the c....... Ce.rt:
;; NATURE T. T OUOHTERSOWAltonwr t Dries
OF THIS 'N PkihitlHiM.r NouQS
i, II. It. tt. 1M1AT ( over
r, 4.J $ Night

tit J J'''f" ) a YOUR $3.75
( t $2.10 Per Qt Per CaL
r $4-95 Per Gal.Visit .
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M. The.Entire. Community'eriefits = REPAIRS. tor Our Store! See -Our



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C.nal Gush ........ ,ad
s' Member: The Federal Reserve System and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation: 'Cud: a.k ..Of- t SM HOES .. SHOVELS RAKES. WHEEL'BARROWS

.Kenneth Stimmell
e The Pank of Personal Service -,* Owner< Manager'STUA.RT


'- "--,., Box 4M' Phone '41-W t 'HONE' ,38't't t 'SOXd "

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SOLUTION 'OF LAST WEEK'S PUZZLE iiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinrminniirnnnmfnrn' / iiuiiMmiiiiim.iiiiiimimimiimntniLOST.I I I I I I I I / rat
IIC 0010 0.-h..11.,, WANTED, ..* FOUND {!

l yowl, for )8. Com..1. ,of IIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1 1 I l l l l l l l l iiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH'iiiiiiiiiiiiiinLOST I I I I I I I l l l I I I /1 1 1 1 Tw Awwa' = IN MARTIN THE COUNTY COUNTY JUDGE COURT OP i ,, i
al"Ae ,
water an. 'om q l..d ..... :: Nw of 0._ .A C STATE OF FLOIDXOTKE I
L Pea WANTED Good home for nine Solid gOld chain type ill
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lf'm' L PorW :wilful L E 1 N H tL50Uneuiir, ::: 'lovable. kitten., part Persian, necktie holder In Stuart betIwoen sl IWt/4 PI a r T a N..a FINAL OF FILING DISCHARGE PETITION OF FOB 'I }

l IL Chief R E E R [ E IL' srmba! lot Lit who want to beNOT PLAT Aprn 19 ana 2X Reward Lee 5. .Ik 1 00.. .. 04001. 5 .1/4 '..11'I iN UGAltD':, ':'S"t.ll". I .i

.,:LL 5 H _H S II.t0. HWWw Erelanatlen aOMIL THINGS but PLAYMATES fortho.rlb' If returned. Please notify thla 1.000. E..tx, ..: 715E ,ill

I R UnN settle parties. Good home .newspaper. tt L.Ho a WA 1Lb VIOLET C WKARH, J-w, ..,4 11
'MfYla1L N .I. ra I r.. P1040 TO AL4 MNUY IT YAr 4UN(RRNiNude. /
= : : P A L R N Mr.nnr. urtlhth and proper care most .ke |...r.aatee4. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiniiiiimiiiiNOTICES I / 0 I1 Oil II ton : la hereby lH.t 1 how "
1. E A :k W IM an/mil;/ Available ONLY to I I:: :t BIB' 04 :: :: r.:::= ::::::.::::.:..., 1.11oIb : .y .::: f. ra\ sdmls.el...
1L sphaw '.-u.It I. or the a> nf uk1. .,
TIS' WORD OIUIM- CendL I" E I IT L i! Pl.war: those who eaa ....nl'. See nmiiiiiMiiiHiinmiMiirnniiiiiiiiiiimSPENCER Lo .. : IC.MrwoM eVoaeiodi thai I fll-d my Million Y
MINIMUM 151 FOB,17t N Flrn. tot asrTI Ed., Rlv.. tU 1 II n 'a 7 E., _......." IUI for aU.hara., ,'hr will\\ apply la Ike i
r. 01nd' with: A or call Mite Alice /Dehoa, Telephone SUPPORTS for wo "..._.'. BD ./ Psd oJ .; .. Ronorefck A. R. I.IMIT.: I'<.ui.tr ,111
5' PER WOKD CAPI- Oldi.slmusltal MA I E 11.' T.rO:: :o"r.": 14, or $1. tf men. M..'. beta.. Luella Downers G.. .... S .. 1 N 41 Judae of .rthrrC. .M{, HUlr of Mor.Me !'r I',4,

MINIMUM M. FOR no&DS. ... R S p 1101 AT. Fort .La. 11. A 11. 1100 I M. .. a.oraos : .',,....-... IUIL. on tke led :day wf June A. U I tit, ,1 I I
,0erhL Orange tar
L5, wt. ff ut.r for approval of name and final d//.-
l Poverty F? IAN I A M ,po weaturl0L I LOTS, and partly built frame I Pierce. Phone. It-" for appointment ...... r..to a 1 e of I : I \ 4\\. e0..... aa .dmi.Ltmlrl. .f ,Ire ftataloaf ".+,{ ''i '
SL .strelnoL p.n.001y4.i1W1/4E: 1
w-Tl j K house KJM See Curtis Bail Violet' C Mrnra, dwraeodDated ,
PIn1.A N
R /, iwtlmWwun.ln. U .. 4 11.1 /
: .y. tal. link dny. of Auril. A. Ot
niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiniimiiiiMiARTMENTS; I I I I I I l l t l ) Omlt In lire. $ '-1 5 behind Ordway Paint Shop en i r-I. ;: 1117fte ,? II
M L A Qoaild r.0 of I sib 0 .. C.11Io 51.,1, ....,._" It I' + ,

FOR RENT fL'L H hrwly...w. .tfeai. A hritt.ntlo.? Old South Dixie Highway or I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT "':::'...Lt'r' : .Blwk/ M.D.I .a. rt /11' t 1 I ; : 47 (,; .". AdnlnlMrntrla' MAROFRT.r h.t\:\ "MRAR1.... 04 / 1
( 'L write P. O. Box 13t. 1 .. Vlulrt
11111111I1111111I1111111I11111111'11I11I1111IATLANTIO I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t II rtiw. 41, Kind of red 'n DOWN 41 ,i I MARTIN COUNTY FLOSIDA.N0TICB N b/ww.PirY:: :; .... Add', H n' M'' :,r.l; )t ) '' T. T. .: : ?C: Y j ,
: .... I*, By birth" Ob.truct BSSJt.II. WANTED: Carr U r.dt:.Expert TO cOEDlroas Allarwy
lion iL HlatorlraJ t Bmwood Cook in a IN .IGAIID row LRTATEOr 1.0. 11. I. a ... BIk e ,.... ..11 :'"f--: ... n.1I II.. I. II. II. A, D I.'
COIHK. of11c1aN / HarmonyOtioofthrot Mechanical Service. Staart I Lt'll N II' of0'" }
t 5rpr... son. tL ..a;:the :: 44. tSST1 war Service Station Opposite Stuart WILLIAM: A LHAVITT, U. Hlk tI ,. ....... ,.... ..11 ....._.'''......,, .... ills j LEGAL ADVERTIIEMEN'C fir: ,{
1 a'' tamDt .. onual 'writ 47 BII I. worry D..d /' Hlsbl.o' ... 1D Fe.t Ad41. 1lPb.rwo I 1 '
4. Pa_. nut ./. ft.nlo4l 0. "hak. 40. MntlnW: News/ Phone 1144. tt Ton ..4 ooek of you oro ....... .. .f II....... NOTICE OF INTENTION TO INTRODUCE r-L' ,
:k Own. .o. Up.nlne; In t a Town 1e. bilesl, IM 004 _(I.... to ew .!!! ooy clown. /N4/b.a' '" SPECIAL LEGISLATION I ;
Adh.nn! et wall to.dmlt .rlvanK f.t t.mol. ... OF rot :::Y1o: 11Ms.: ..
o WANTED, TO BUY GROUP o.4 ot.....> ..... >o. ... ..u. of '
L oww0 Hhl and I elf T. Vat or el.tm li Aoknowlodto Is- / Hotlea la -"t.:7: l erf Inlonllon' U
: 4 35
hovo rasa til Eototo of
o1.Ir LOTS OF t OR MORE OR if : :
n. IIt .
t Pirulnlnc to 'I ... '
rorev.rFOR t.ehi: : kitroduro In the 1141florlda
0005r A .LEAVITT. ooMoori, loto I a elk 0. O,.. _. .
L 11
.a Ulowy labels thn .a. .
01 1)0., .
pr.1sl ACREAGE ON WATER FRONT .. : : : :: .u .\.7.t:: :. : 'U"l LeaLhRuro 5utho.'Mloe10.
ef ooM County, to tho County Ju4 of Lot Oil I 0 ._ ti A. G.ie.o. Jr 1 .. 1
R IN JENSEN WITH RIPARIAN ...... County FVirUo. ol kl. office .< O/pSEy4.5NpM dt oord County .Cemmlamooere. ofMartin t 1
?! I County ..04Co..I..I. / tna llonrd of ,
.. RIGHTS. GIVE PRICE AND ... ooortlnoM ta "..rt. Fiends. wlthhlrllht ./ ra ...... of ...... Bond aedIrMea I I
Du20 Kl oataooir Moittki' from too 4.U r t7 4 II .1. 'vi..4 1>'.'.' to enter Into .. oirree. "r f e
FULL PARTICULARS. PHONE o< Oil lint ooblltotloK of tkU llothoEock Pork' [
with the ItooortmrolJlnt
On l.l.wlo Cy 15.71 went KiotoK'Mid ,
.101.. or ....... Moot .ko to writ- : :i. : : Ca :'::::" : I th.r road fuwle ,i +
/ 12J7. WM. SA IUK" 144 Its ilk Llwoio P..k 40 elaLw / r4 I''
los and m,.t ..... tkl oteeo ol .. ..... hat, mey ha advanced ;P,4: nerd In the i 1
COURTAPARTMENTS CHURCHILL RD. WEST PALM Pest Oftlol .44,... of Ih. .1........, silt .w. Llttl. D'.10' Addl1. ." .d Department tar tbttA MrhtrrrlWnnewr 1
.oil .ko swore. U kr Uo. ......... kl" la pod.SWy..I5Ey4 :. .......... ..4 .,.......... '/ ,
BEACH, FLA ocont OP klo. ottornoy, or the .... .. .. .. pan s0. .4 II 41La ._ .h....... t.. ... .....n'..rl u. may 1 ,
JTUART, FLORIDA May I, I, IS 21. 1 ........ void. .looardlnc to lp.. "j 1. 'BIk' / J..w: 'ioH. I. "' .. _'' WLu. .ke repaid. out e( any ...II.hlo ,....l:0, Ii
RATES Toll. flcitk dir of .... A. D Itlt o. S. 11. his 4 .: *'.- d w;;;, Henl. ,: : /11" ,, "; he. '" 11
!LOW SUMMER WANTED Golf and T. T, OUOHTERSUN .. 14. 15 d 15. blk I. R..b 1.5. FILM .........,...- .... ::'l ::..:: Aso..; = I.:
npfetelr, \ Furnished llousekMpinf : equipment I A. AdmlnlMrotof o( tho E..oM ",..... A.4111oo port .1/ .old Jonwn. Bond ond Nndw140r. ,. I,
Apartment furniture for club house. Con will,.. A. Lww/// .(. _.... NEy.5SEo.0bps or to the I..... Ruod iM-rnrtMioot for. ,
21 I .I. .1I FRANCIS. I 1 N S II 41 is 0' sex 'Ir Martin County
2 2 3 24 25 tact Martin County Golf and Mc. .
W T. FACET / J2J A......... hr "'..'..... ... Lol .. Blh 1I .... Ile. t. Sbrk .......,........ I 18'rr D.l.f April II: IH7. 1, t tB4iAOU ,
Club tf COUNTY
I1U : Hoy I, IS SI and .". ItIT '
Telephone .. . ... 0..4 Addilb. I LounubllV.lloo :y, H 'rllPOMKKOY. w t r l 1
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Lot ISO III". Lolo Ca7.1t .....;."......... 4.IL d { I -


Mt 8 ', .1. ; : Psspa. S II 41 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER: ; 1 I
..... 7 04 II .Inc.. Rlh 1 Mau. I.U ........ ............ II." ,
SPECIAL LOW Martin County Florida w.... a. H..,.. a 'D .1 ,NOTICE JlERF.ltY cnVKN ,1..1 lho / 1" j1 ';
Pre ./ ...... Loti 4 a 0 :JI 41 ..4.......... seder tb. ,,"..1.,_ of ,

SUMMER'! RATES 2 3 Notieo h hmbp riven that lha followlni aaairlhrd landa *lll W al Is 10 Ina .. .., ,, 1. H..I'' 1I.hA. ." ...... ..... '.IL Cnapwr II.IIIf I.... of MurMii, A... 'I'
.lilt eoojiea on the eoeeed doe of Juno. A D. 1147, at tha hour el II I.'. ..r.s. In + : H.I.I.I. Aw.s4. Illl.. will ,..1.... rltk th. Clrrk of r '
I.' the Court Moo. dear. tko C...... of Mortln In the Clte of a,..... R.... .r .4 P1.IHMn 0"EY.. .._ ko Circuit. Courtounly I. .nd fir Marlin I ,
......,., to pay tho .-.. due for lean heron. art .00.011. tile. ..... ....... 05 'M rl I r 45 e H 41 1, : Fiori.... .... pt. or .uroofNotlVo ,,1 I'p'p
.ilk .11 eeele ot .oeh ....> end adrertlalnitoiarlptle / Lot 00. 810. 5 ._. VIeil.u R. 8.11. a.l"CoIiII at. .of thi. mil.., IM. flew ,
our 'lirtc olrjr, clean'portable II... nomr" to orltflS ,
Enjoy ..
Poo A1d. Ie
IT, und.r .hirk .r .r.. ... ( '
,' wtU-.entilated #6 S1 5J Twp. 11_ A..re.0 Two C.I...., Pork I.1L .....-... ...1.... .1 R...,., PferlilO! thitIntorontrd {p 1h i
/ t tS4 Of Land 1m. 5 L Ac_ N..e 01 0... and C5.1e .Luck E.41. II. NY. .1 LnW. .In ice b.. ..._ on '
W4. 0IIWY.. It M II + .. 1..11...
a-- Lot 4. Sib I F.k ". Olrei ..""....., ... i.le1.e. I CARL n. H ATII.I'"NAI. 'l
mile jour friends to S) ee m' or NEV a : sb or8Kt Is 1I1..1f t .1 Tuvalu .I, ... UU' '<'ALT.oo" 7
lonujt In oar fine, large olriu I Phi hwy ill. I II tf III 11'.. .. CeodoIII 11571 M... .... ia .t _, It IM 41 W. rh.h'o 1,001.e. "I"tldal pl ,

tierlooklnf the be uM -' 5I ? II |* II' 144<< H r. Orr U.TI .,. II A It 01k-1 ef April n, rd. $... 1. I I I
W % al Bet lylnt N T0..do. ...or ... Poe'W :. _. i t '
St. Eerie River. ef By ." II U II lit Httiry f. Guy ...n .. .JO II U 11'., D. 114..... ..'_",.._.. ..... I.u LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

1......_. Fan,. ee m '.' Aw..4d .. a P.O.' ", ,
PB I P SO 0... aa, Uso Clty .. t. PS S pact If \ ;.. (It harrny. elvoii r>f /;s1Colla.r '

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I I ,"11111'1 111111111 1 1 1'1 1111 I I I I111111111111111/ l 1111111111111111111f11i1111111IIIIUI11111FOR/ / / Tenet II Blk A ...' .... II D.: W', ....11 .,.:.. ..-..-....,. II." tat:: T I.k 1 l..l.c; .,.hl".r--r.: _'.....,". t.u r.:in-fular a ./.;/r-:71f':: :::: :.the the ve.i adl'. : Ii IiA
WITHOUT BATH 11" SALE ; Lot. 1. t 4, .. ,. II. 1 --
lOOMS f ...... .1 .hl.k ,. .i '0'10..01'
SALEjiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiinimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim All rl of War'Md Hwy
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1 1I. S- J..w ...... ....... ,... 11.10Lill. '
jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii/ 4hvo K Illl> .. ", .. ll I* II It Hoory P. Our .....':'?.."'" I.i.n folk ,: to iii .....; Art anlhrlaine....the N..nl 1
IM with Shower and Rnt l l leehrr farO of port + .. ....... ... ISO Count, G.wwl..bn of 000110 rr-
15 RIk
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$4 11.i .r..w.r. Pluri. .1 .
FOR SALE: $900, richly carved .. In ri I ... !: f. County la. k. pl.1 a 4
IUM at' Your Disposal) INTERESTIN 74.17 LM 0. Oil 01 01..N, a..0. III l.. k.ll l .. 1 ,' I Iao.
fOR SALE: HALF .. aa) maleu pNter who > rvBulldiair 4 {
dining st..-Uble, six: chain, 1 .Los ,''' "Ih 4I W. H. 11''....'... ... .. ... .. Let ....1.'.. w''d ...wW: pr..ldlo.. I
INGLE, per day *U* MAYES-CIPSON WELL sideboard cabinet, ori- \ I I. a It. Ilk I.. '"" 10.,... Dew. C. _...".. ISO Rut... View C.wO A.... tho 4.".. andd ...s .en..Hx. 01 ..,. ly
DIGGING RIG. FORCED TO sever, Lot I*. ilk II U.., H. T0.. .,.. 010 ot ..... 01 ID .f 150.II 1.._": univMinr. thai no ,
per week M MOIBI.E (Inally, custom mad $3000. Lot tf Blk II Gee. H. ThoMo.' ..' I It .'. .._.. N _wthw. ...It ?
SELL ON ACCOUNT OF Give phone number in letter. Lot It: Blk II ...,. Rlrh.cd aa.a: :::: : 010 .. :. ::n : : :rp': t 5 *ceeelfit.........., Oi...d.olld. '
HEALTH. SEE GEORGE A. Lot II. Blk II Harold seems ,, Ili 0... II ,. 406oS work wilkln' nay arse.n.add 0 by aald
OCCUPANCY per \ E. Tollman, globe Sound. tf Lot ,II, ilk II led: ;...... Do*: Co .. : :,: : I II 0. Nib 0 I. A. ... ....,. 110 Board without: havlinr llrac obtalmdhulldlnt
GIPSON AT BACK OF BODY -- -- ._--- Lot I Tract 4 .. ... Minnie Mao De.le ". I Ii rD r"k\\ ,; : :" '" urrmlt. frort .aurk Muil.llnre, ,
IT 12.Mpr SHOP ON OLD I OLD NEWSPAPERS: le at pound N III'" of Treat t :'.. : I Erewt Drew -, ,....::.:: : : Ins Now M.erwb I .f 1 Inspector! itrovinlnir fir the _ti.> 1
FENQER G..La0W.Rea i iGov. of "lId''.. ....., { t I
M III ef Trort t Ses.O Unw (Ar..... 11401. e5 permlta" mekla ,,
wrrk $12.M DIXIE. It Bt Stuart Newt. tf Lit : 1 By' :: :: 41 It ..bdrw.ar. :b" thus pro. ( i
.. ..- -- Tr. It'P1 IM hi NW oor. .. .b PO O ; C.: 41 \ >|.|OM tkn. ort; ;i .lin.. oil !.w. Y f f.r
I NEWSPAPERS SALE of of NKti; \ of Int. e 0 NI.eh. Hopliw 01Leh ..... 0I.l I.wv .. fllni" 'Ihnnwli08 t '
FOR SALE Philto Radio cabinet | OLD nK4a an KB .l paw t: : : end lwuvldine, ,hat this net ohl.nIre I d/I'
: : : : ;: 10.17 } F.
.. ._.. .. V .. ,. e1st.1t4: Mj ? : .
eondrtlon Mr*. le a road a''Stuart Newt tf. I v.r : (til. ", Goo. H, Themvao* ,... ..,. lit Lou I l 4 HfM .a July I 1. 1147.aOAkU..F tw
'model, food ,- Bet IIIW of ME'rer J IfIY Doe r. ..I1._' --............ LOS IOI1NTTor : OIlIlIIl"IONIIBI: !, r rMrrU.
ROOMY WITH PRIVATE Ruth Sanda. Phone Mil Hobe FOR SALE: I metal ke 'toxH, of 8Eti' .run I lor for, ": :: : iA.: li"'t; : C 0..', 'htri," I pt p
n.1, EM I III, W SS'. I' 11 I.. ? R 'HIMMtor' .. CIo.k
BATH Sound Fla.' M lb. capacity 124 Cleveland N 111' M .keet .. .. .. I 4* II Delay XoW.ll '.. ..... .... ,.., 1 tl BI:k. 'uIt Ito 1. w ILI::,:OIaeb ;. ':'' .." April l IT II M.y 1.: tJ

May I, 15 Ave. II All :. ..It IS II 141 Uluid C Fearee .._ It II o 7 'f 7
? ? ., .. .. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNnllco
Int. 14 I. 10 I.... 010 If Hrwpb.w, ._ totPoe
INGLE, per day |{Jt! I All : : ::...,14 IS II 'ohO Ulead: C.; PrarM ::_:_...:_.:,.., *. ?

per week h $12.NWWK FOR SALE: FIVE ADJOINING FOR SAP,: Get Tour Gardenias ,'AH .. ? .. II II It IIS Ulead. C. Panne ...4." '.'...-. 411 .5 La 1Ie.0I1.. Mil.0. /D.. H..ls a poet a ''7 '" ,, lo ....h lwpf.l.W.I.--.t; ; ;;; '

CHOICE LOTS IN BESSEY I and blooming plants at Koeh- I Iler' :1 Pie A" ..wi../.. ol G.M..I.POOMew 'I'1 / to apply to, th. l 'i\.T' rlorldaat 1'' t r
Ito lar tre.lan{ In 1
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OCCUPANCY, per STREET HAS Federal port of Sec 0 end 0 i e of ...,1.1 lore l law, 1 1 /
333 N.
ADDITION. Highway, or Iho
.. .i.reoPu--Js' 40 M Lol 1I'1t' Mil... 11..1..10'' ._J.:..w.: .. 0111 ......... of whliki\ a fnllowmArt '
a '3.1.
J .,...h RIPARIAN RIGHTS TO RIVER..1 Stuart, Fla. It .../. 1* a. II, Bib tl,,. .,i. J. A. Panchlr* ",. ....,....?_, TH 0.14., 0.0. Park ti A. ..kl.. It unlowrul. to .... '
ONLY $2000.01. PRICED FOR imiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiniiiiiiiiiSERVICES ,I.r... City Parma 5,0 ./ .r0 ./ : : f ...... any row or untrrotrd orwrravo.ind I ior
QUICK SALE. HARRIS LOW- I OFFEREDiHHlllHtlllllNHllHHllltlll11111111111111 T..... | to I /IM. ra 1 MN II tee al tcoMud. r i we.n Ju. la.Lrd '

BOX 154 OR CALL II to II ,Ina" II to II p ..... .. .. : th. :mainland M : YtrbCint ,, j
ERY JR. R. 1I.e. .. Ill
1 / Loll It a II, Blk 7 ? "
'to"AIR IM., It. III a It .11 IS 41 171 P. H, WllllaaM. Jr.------ .... It.. Flue/d/ ; p.uvlAlnr IMvW4aas
141. tl .BRASSIERS, Girdles Health Tract U ,II II II It P. N. Willi.... J.00S GoI40. 0.0. 5 50 ..f : of Owb art vhrll Ae wdr.wnN /.. ;'
0Lot I Mil. I l.f
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TOOLED ballet plaster,/ I Garments, Individually deafened ] t..ee.. ", II II 41 It Philip. I 'Elkrl: Word IIITn Henw e..... .. 10 rJlIt i... ;In ewfllvl Ih..n.iih'5.nr e.4 d
FOR SAlE 5* Free Blafnosto. .... l|. 17. II. II to i ML4 1 r. Co. aa ItLot. p..ldl.. when. owrh wl, .h.1I 0.0. I ,
PlENTY bin Hydrated lime, 1 I bags by Spirella. 41 ,Ina.. tt .. 00m, 1. f a I. 1110. IOa I.t. M. I....d. ..,,........... 100J. .".... .I !
Or: ROT WATER Ed Smith r Mrs T. C. Knowles. II to II .lm----------10 II 41 Ito P H. Willi..., Jr .. .. .... ,1167Trart O. J-.k...:. AItl..tN.I.5La1OID. : BOARD OP COUNTY nmmssioNf:M. / a
$55.01. ,
finishing lime Phone Stuart 3-W. tf 41 II IS 41 It Edith Tkiiraton .. .... ... III ., 41 MxCounts/ Ybrhl.. I t}
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Box: 4SI Stiart. It Treeta 44 ;r:::..::J.::\::II II 41 1* lira, .nun. Burnlrk .?:::". ..,111Tra.t. of III.... N H..ws CO.a i oITnd April IT, 14. "MK: ; R.j'N'ROY.: ClWk 1,

CALL 41-W STUART: Headquarters I I. I to 14 'i... II T 10 ('. .. L.e _....t.,....-.. ....
... FOR SALE: Golf clubs, Studio for Snappy Serrlee .. 14 ....., II to 14 Intnm Prf I.Me. bt. l ID.IL.l7aaf0.b.a LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 7 I I {7

See couch apartment alai bottle 14 I*...4*,_ lit /. H. Willi..., Jr _. II.41Tract. of
of any kind. Local haullnr ef .4.\.A.\ l. .b';;;: .i.__. of L. II 1 Mow.. r H... Notice /le ._, alv.r of Intmtlon' to
fH ttOTl Y tank. Miscellane- freight and Stlm- ",,, cm .Gral H 41 apply toM. UaLlnturr lOr PkirlUe M Herrnuler
R W. CRAFFE. out household equipment. The expresi' I 41* It,, II. 'It.44 II a Tr to 'J.: Iwo 1.200. w. H. 1'1...M -_...._,..... .. 141w ..ion' /In 114 f.r the pnaaaeo .ry 11
Manage Beach. mell'i Snappy Serrioe. Telephone II 1-t.: ... .. 1iI ?10'Ito ;. WllUaota, Jr ... ... .....11..* so': U E II'';" of Lo. of e etxlal{ or loral kw ,Ulr liibalenM T 'r /,
Coach Diner, Jensen J ..... .f which I la follow.. 11
Y 41-W. It I .. nib I' 4h. 1I.'k. .,_. ._ .. I.U aa ::; ( ,
It Tract. t to <4< Im.. t .. A Aat 4 pro.ld, for ,.. ...waF j
O.rrUONI Old Dials Hlrbwa-AIA. II I IcV. It II. II. t.S 0-lees. M..."\ = pertlonment. dktrloutlna. and. uee .... ) (,$
PAYROLL BOOK-National system Ito a'i ow II 0.w. ... It II It IO' P. R 11'11110.. ,.. ..__..." 10.16 Pbl sl Iw ,, .. w tween tke Roerd of boar Cnmml.alonera .-

1155 FOR SALE: English Springer for keeping wage and Tract. It, :8T tl, EH ofTr Fro lib j:: ..7 a f/:: pi the. Board of.Martin of Publ County o "'., .Florida...,.11.l ,.one of I f

Spaniel Puppies, I weeks withholding tax and aoeUl rwu 41 ..... .
hour 1'1. of .
Martin .
tf. ,4nV ... .. ,. H, *,?.... Jr.- .. .... Caunty all ,
Liver and white when .. ? ,II, 4, Ill r ? II r No .a Co. >a 411..t. h, Mirtln ('uo.. Klorlda i
.ld'l security reports, you 'Tram II. II, It, II a is, nib. f .. Cl.ud. "" I N1.e from 111 ,dFr"nleHoclluaa / C !
food htnterm FemoJea '7J I have 10 or more employees. II .. II., Ina, .-.?.......-.14 II 41 M P R1I'11II. if ........__. II RIM. L. ewlt = s.I:; :: ::: 111Ives sew ., ;: f : : 'f\:\

IllllllllllliillllllllllllllllllllllllllllFOR Malea. 1100.00. IL Steflena. .. na today. Ask for these at ,...... I M II .... ...._ .. II, I* 41 III P H. WllltwM, Jr. _?,,.........Alt.IITreala : Oil I Elias YOlk lot and III. Stauteo of :/1{
Let .. 810. 5 g.ih.r/w. / I..... .. ........ .. IIITroNea ....d..... .. ."'..........

RENT 4) Rob* Sound. May I, I the Stuart Newt office. tf ,41 50:7W: / ..44 It' fact a. 01..1tI 41, 41 III P H,Willie:.... ,.. ......-..... 17." Frull ,_. PO .e..e.7 be'Mod providing by the It.bat... Troa.ui wid"ahell toil/w..r. /.* 77'14 4

WllllllllllliiiuilliMIIIMIIHlllllllll I I I FOR SALE Good Quality Heavy I ROUGH DRY SERVICE, LAUNDRY Trart 47 ..-...................II IS 41 11 W. A. BowoH ......"............... /ill IPIPIC. I0 M. H.tl.n: erperoK ....-.... dose by the 51...

1 RENT: Furnished room Infata Breed, 200 for 111 00. Worthwhile SERVICE-Year laundry ,....... tit.. I... II a.tr lit yolk :: P N1 lo' ,oIoW'I. .I IS 10 : ,: Tee; .t.1 Foe.. e-:. ::.:::::: m CowptrolltI. fund. lid ao Boarda allocated,; .to....the... 11'1 I
horn ? to ') I two . .. .It I* 41 III P. KWllltame.. Jr..r .. .... .. "It II fL, Ita f. a r... _.., _..._ 4105D4b ef Ceaaly <.ommi.alonen ef
*. Phone J-W. Chicks 101 W. North washed all Flat ::1I : .: :=:. : : 1.11: AI y. 0Yanin '
1 1UNTr carefully Trart l1: : : : :: :: It 41 105.04 W', tlelkII ... .G.w. County> Florida, may be ro.

Jl ATI. Baltimore J,. Md. Work, sheeti, pillow-slips, ete. All .. ... ... _...... It ... III P. H Willi...* ,.. .."... ".41 'Lit' 1 :,\N D. .. "I. PS r .0.1,04......,Ise... _,ot. ....... ..4 .....

Fib. < June 10, Inc. Ironed and .eArI", apparel Palm. City Parma (oonl'dl, 11 r 50. ra c. H II .1. nendrd from from'time rot lo to tin,yanr, for and eillM* +
Fire room stain dried for home Ironlnf. W* Treeta Ito 0o..., I toH ..... 0a 14. .11r 1 .. .. ..... PIo.._.. .."._.._ I"L. hodnled ee unbudeetrd kwful. ocunly
A AH FOR SALE: ELEC. STOVES ... II 0 10. Bib' 0 h.h.I. I. t.... .........."... 7 05Les rrpeellnr/ ell .... or .....
Adults electric, Onto IXtx APT. SIZE II""'. CASH OR ran give you two days service I : :M-tnl": ..: ..."._...Vll II 4* I7' P. H Wlnlame.' Jy -"''''. II." 01 .. 11m.. alt S Must ....._.. J" ."........ I." Srnoarai. ,la cable .....Ilhl nndprevldlna i, I '
mljr. Mil, Charles and Dist P.h AII..1oo. N. that aurk art aboil tokoeffaat f
STORE and will pick ip d.II"1 Tn.,. i. I,' a. I, 1*. II, '
e5o 4/2 Arkon it TERMS. CROSLEY 4,1D 01 ... G... LaGoa "hnmedlataly' upon benuiln i ,
Aver 614 CLEMATIS WEST PALM' > your laundry. Vie this ::: : II 'to It Ina, 11 W II H. Wllllame.. Jr. ........... .. I*.I* 10 ra 05 P11p. /
metal service for your ';:1 .... a, 14 M II IM. ..._. II II 41 II* P. f, ..30UU: BOARD OP COUNTY rOMMISSlONIRS. n
* ma. .... I.41rarla
RENTS Floor Oan ding .BEACH. '., ,II II se'' 4t II P H. WllllamKJr. "no' A. L ..... .......... Martin. County rloridaByiJ ,
RATE ONLY lie PER LB. ; -- -- ---- ----- ..... II a a.. IIlk. II 11..1. .. : 110Is. P ROT. CWk.
* Z4 May 1,1; 41 Inc; 41 "lit. 10 M, H. Y/.0 _._......_. 100Pktur. ,
des floor and edger. Refinish April 11, WEIGHED WHEN DRY PEO' II lo II It to...., A. II,:1'.11, II 41 1/1'. H. '_ ....-. -.. ?......... *.,* II. City a "M..... ID April IT, II. May; 1: I _

at rea.onablw ntci. FOR SALE ONE 4-Ct'BlC FT PLE'S LAUNDRY Phone X3T.tt.! 'trort II .-.. .--'.._.*. .! It 41 I L C P...... ..........-=... ....-.a.I4 0Wy ao 1. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 1 !' 1
IM, Stuart Hardware QUICK-FREEZE Teat tt -------1s is5 U Palm City Ca. .. _.... -..... ... 1.11 ;.Nrrt i .. ._D se 41tit.

IfIllll CABINET SCHAEFER USED. HALLS .b0. '.?..'''.....,?..14 II 4* ,1* Prod W.\ Call .......,,...?.... ..-til : a Per ::h'l I Alt... WMwe, ,....,.......-... I IIb..1 NOTICE Or n rrprrl0N TO REGISTER .''
DO YOU hare trouble with, your ;; Tr II : I foals' 0,0 I FICTITIOUS NAME
Toll o.
llllllllq,111/11141/11111111NI I Ei.ECTRIb SERVICE, POST I' hens not laylnfi Then us* F.oh 1. 10.oatT'M': = I.DO 1 .. I.. ntleer .. 1.1a'h. ./ W/, : f"W t..L-:...01G.w 30 41 NOTICE la HEREBY GIVKN loot ta. :7 I: t r
OFFICE ARCADE. tf Hess Pan-a-min. Stuart Feed 0' pro II'' 4* N. 015 ... .. .... 50 11e adoraloiMd. o.d.r Iko .....1...... ofCkoptor w I 1

FOR SALE of ......._.;..._............. I II.. II E. Joknaani Lena .. Eddy ..1.11 1.1 ,..... WUI..... ...;.....:...... .. 01G..w It,III. Lawo of Ptanda, A noof "
>OR SALE: IM and 4 h.p. Union Store. tf. All I of Rood .... ... "...,If 4* 4* 41* J. T. Paajiml. .,?......... ........ 114 G..t W of IM/.e;; II.' 111 I. will roatotor wltk tko Clrrfc of 5 4
'iimimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiii I I I I I ) air-cooled enflnea. Also. ... 1'- 104* tko CtooaH Court .hi ond for Marti* W
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fa _
elastic stockings lt: "oJ u' .11'1. ....... 1f,18 County Florida, upon rorolpt of proof r
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AU: s Building Lola .- Irrigation, pumps, Ulnwr Motor f. Lot L..tt 11 I T. R. rt. t .... .1 N14 of 1.0 II I T. C....... Iexew..t Co"... 1..17rat. of poklloaUoii" / of Ihta otl.. tka fwtl.tloua ,

tM.. M 1150E Loa Co. tl knee pads, anklets, etc. Stuart O..MMS.N..fI.OO ..., Perk ..... Ib ; ..... Poison
ii WI m 4>9J U W..f.0. HIlll "'WEITS.1.1 t ...
'" Drug Corp. rue of toe N cCroaa >' am
"log toed loeaUom. Close W to Sa...... r/.. P51pu ... .. II 4swe ..... .. kuafMOl ., Stuarl. riorldaitbot ;

L rrle* rlht tor *jnlok aale FOR SALE: Table top Florence MURPHY DONALDSON- aWly alono. le.nnnnklilt II" of Rs. .... f ,,1I1p M. Ctro. .o --,-, .... party,,Intoraotad} .lo Mid ...1_. I Y w '

"" deliver warranty Dee*. Baa*. Like .... Call (4-W. tf FLOOR SANDING AND FIN- Sins* M0e..0 hoi' r '.' 0Ir.... .......... Pt.t No M ,.,..... MRS." MILDRED htATH.Btuart. h, [;

'. 0. Box IM, Stuart, FOR SALEt Pinto cow pony, I ISHING. PHONE: :M-R, P. O. of sea let N tr.rli'Ia: ,' \lV.I I ''. c.----------1 aksPSIP05P5. .._. ,. ie II'. April IT. .. .F........... 11
Mor 1. 0
old aally bandied, $160a BOX I". tt. W II1. Bill r.llTli I L.. .... 01k. Ii ....._... w.. K. 11'.1.. .. ',__ 4 04 1 Ir
yean t'I HW' '. lr...>..1/ M 41. I Oo-4 TMkv't. .+ .. II"oi ..1 I:de. Sib. 1s II........ oo_ fay ....... .... LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
SleUena Box: 4J, Hb WET WASH LACNDRT 8I3U : F.ta.r:
1AL5; Packard of N5* "* DIp.. Nw1a0e
Pkk-np Sound. May 1, 5. VICK-Tow laundry carefully NEIL .. ... .....u IT, 41 t :A...*' c:.... ..,I...- J..*.. .II* r. IOP It PSC. NMbe 10 wnbn Stets of 1..Uoa t. 7.5'noule
GI Plck-Bp body sll10.Iw _.. ... .... ... M .IM .....hll..... 0 F1.hb.st Its
good tires, new FOR BALE: Boat M' 1." with wahod clean and returned to "w'e. a.ot 1111I\4, ,. .". .._1I1I6_.!.it I.' 41 Writhe .; G'..r ,.r-. I-.IINartkwood Leta 1150. 7af7: : i'i: ; tll.-'L. WIm.s4 .?y.-,. :, ua ww.br s..la I. 1017 foe. 00.' "C .
of epoalot loral the
.. o law.
for drying ee
job. yen damp, ,- use lau .. $ir. II 014.. J. WII"o_ ;._ ISO .
Can be sea an; BrUn-Stnttoa Motor, IMhp. and Ironing. W* will plck-Bf Ief NWU Lei 1407. .il. /0 ._.. .. ", 110M Oen4. C.. ...._ .... of w.... ta no folio.' ,

j*N It Standard Oil Station, J. W. Berry S0( Wort-Ird and deliver and live you two .0OWSI.4.P01.. _a_.. < .P..S* It 41 T N.... ..... ID .. ot. An triele Art ta errotlnn Martin/ County Oils (It, Plorlde tailne, dr.thtkouadnrloe r
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Chandler. Aryan4) r
t' ) of wbkk .her! bo Menllenlwith
JtWLE St. days aervlee on this eeoBeml. Late 4, Blk II -,".::: Mil. C. W .... I .... 17. pL LM tko. fin County C..IooI l..os ;..

ear wet wash. Kate le per Ik. Boomed Park a 1. Of G.w: G.t W eLY.w 0.......... of eaM County; ...kI./ a
: ElNtrit R.BIO, Hot FOR SALE: Maatereraft dump port ol Go.. toa _.,._at .IT *4I ai.phi.S5 i 7. tko. Board of c..... Cammleelonoraof ; .
Iial, I karher. Good oondl.Jf Trailer. 100 Ib / Excellent Weighed when dry Mllllmnm"ndl.1I iou-1,5/f. ali> ,la..'_..-_ Ahwe Com w.---.
Jwd. for baggage *r ctllltyhaulinf. pounds. WET WASH II''lo ... Lido a /t> oJ ,\ "' fI: :{JIL; : ", ,In upon each alt ol iwal ace end...nereonal.,.... whleh property. ton
pMet- it.w $1H. H. Steffenlv Box le for Ib. PEOFUTS LAUN-' port .. OOT. Lot | ;.,M tl tt > .. II \ '. ehell I be epreed nvon Ike aouaty..tuutyelk

: Day, Phone tt7. tt tern U I 1_ Blk' t _? A... m.I :..... __._ I..IJ,. ..... 14 a to. ..... 1.__. Mdns. 1t ....._. ... aL .10Nob oy tho County 1.. Aaaaaeor one!
'-... +.wwWr+ 43 Hob May 1, 5. Lam .. to II .*... Blk .... nVohl. l>. Skellon _....._ II of 11'14 1 .. ..,. It to 4; 1 P.0.. .a.a CS.'Lsd Ow ... 1.44K whteo. t.. ahall .be eoltaated. by SIp
*: On* new bed koxltalalre PAGEANT' HATES CHANGED t.e4 '. 10ft- ale, I msttFuix.JK.Attt. !::: Oanatr Taa Volkelor of eold aeuntylprevUlr.1 t
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en. lee bow Daytona BeachJ'N81( ) bon. _. .. ._.10, II 45 I t. A. )Serb. tto15.14 anent only for the henefll o4 toe dlei
173 .Motor Bike $130.... Telephone -Official date. tor the ,MLa 00. L.1o 4 0 t of hwy. 0,1.0 ........ aww .a ..II.....I ...
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1H or write Karl Kraenf Florida Pageant ipontored' .lay i p a u P n ._. .._w. a M 41 soG.-"'" to aock fando fot aanllnrvvkwaltbv '

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orate walatrt Commerce have bet% changed .. all' ':.mnintenenaa. or nerta nf aurnoaoaionoaHnt law. "In
eta roft OARS: Pans, kitchen IdwO.tI Ii ... W.5'Ca1M.. .... . .
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6 Floi.fdaNeeds a Stream-Lined Constitutior, ,

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I 3 ;'Ii"!l" I I something about this dtuatlon' and not let It drag on any I ON SUPREME COURT I MEETS METHODIST TUESDAYThe WSCS ASSOCIATION The womans association MEETS ,

i 62-Year Old Basic Law Code longer As D. H Redfearn of the Miami Bar Association Methodist Presbyterian Church met III,
of the 1'
remarked in his cogent analysis of the need for alteration Tuesday afternoon day at the home ol Mn B1ar,

: :' } Should be Made Up-to-Date : ,'''Without change, progress ceases. A new Constitution Church with Dr.met of Abbott the chairman Morton In, Mrs.the Lowery Kara In with charge Mr of. Elizabeth the bug/,

I I would aid the future development of Florida. If absence Mrs. John E. meeting Mr*. F R Horton
\ I I IJ Charles Fischer
: ) Florida la to continue to make progress, its citizens must presided.Members chairman of the program
''i; 1 i' Florida's Constitution 1st 62 years old. It has been I be willing to accept changes in iu Constitution whenever II Taylor voted to continue t8on from the Indian
1.,1' r amended 79 times since its adoption in 1885 Age alone progress demands them." meeting through the summer which each association men!
,'' w i in not all that ails it, it could be old and yet hale and J lie quotes John Dewey, American philosopher: I and to sew for the fall bazaar. present took part.
,' hearty like our federal Constitution which has had but i a "No form of life does or can stand still: it either goes : 1 The group was Invited to meet William Other attending were I
fraction >as> many amendments--but Florida basic, legal 'forward or it goes backward, and the end of the back with Mr*. Taylor June S for a A. Camel H., Miss Smith Mr, CL
lode has become a complicated hodgepodge of obsolete ward road ill death. Democracy as a form of life cannot I covered dish supper and sewing Mr. .. A. Marsh Cornelia Any
laws, contradictions and overlapping provisions, include j stand still I I'j session Members were urged to Wiley, Mrs. Helen Mra" l.
I 'I'Y {; much deadwood which has no business in any constitutIon : The Florida Nonpartisan League of Women Voters : attend the lubdistrlct\ meeting C. Young, Mr*. C. A Lea\ ,,. 1
and in the opinion of the people of this State need'j u.,as made an intelligent\ analysis of the situation and j jI at the Calvary Methodlt ChurchIn Anna Dunn, Mrs George I a I
ti ,1'' I II Worth at 10 a. m. May
; a thorough overhauling. I recommend: Lake and Mr. Ivan Taylor

F __ The current session of the !Legislature. ..should do< I BILL OF RIGHTS Addition of freedom of radio a.1 21.i .
h i Attending Tuesday meetingwere
\ well as speech and press A more inclusive section to e
( H. H Thayer, Mrs. C.
prevent appropriation of money for private purposes
r W. McPherson, Mr. J, 1 Y. Har-
otherwise i
religious or Mrs H. F. Johnson, Mr*. I.
I SLrFRAGt; AND ELECTIONS: Uniform registration -' i U ver Decker, Mrs. F M Kramer Ad! M N.
: Summer Rates ion system, specific provision for secrecy of the ballot I Miss Mary Ames. Mr*. H. BSwlnglehurat '
r I prohibition of corrupt voting practices, elimination of Miss Symoneyte,
,) '|power to impose a poll tax, and guarantee. that every Mrs. Walter Kltchlng, Mrf'Vf
, ItI I citizens who can read and write English can vote. H. Barnett, Miss Emma Slsson,I Phone 2496 BOX No
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>> I i years Better representation, with a smaller LegislatureOf Atwood and Mr*'. W, O Ald-
} i higher calibre paid better salaries A longer session- ridge PITTSBURCPLASTIC
,legislating\ in "big business" ,
PEOPLE'S LAUNDRY I THE EXECUTIVE: More power to the Governor, --
'making him really "chief executive and budget maker," MRS. ARBOGAST
\ ', 'Instead i of delegating those powers to the cabinet., I I TILE
I THE JUDICIARY: Elimination of all courts except HAS BRIDGE-LUNCHEON

,' Supreme and Circuit-with subdivisions of the Circuit Mrs. L. A.. Arbogast was host in beautiful irrelesct\
, : Announces 'courts to handle specialized matters Appointment the ess at luncheon Tuesday followed I color and
I II judge instead of election-with the people having 1 by bridge :Three tables were In
I right to vote on them after years service Jury service play, wl h prizes going to Mrs I
I for women. Stanley Kltchtng, Mr. H. M''
M I FINANCE: Rearrangement of homestead exemption R i Klelfeld and Mrs. Howard Neall I

Reduced Rate for to cut out unfair exemption Of revenue-producing proplI'tie.nd ---
an adjustment so that homes pay at least I in attractive. bakelite eo
Ii something' toward police and fire protection and general COUNTY COURT SESSIONIS 'tare available for wall
bathroom ,
,; 1 kitchens Isis
; operating costs (Editors Note: The homestead exemption SCHEDULED TUESDAYThe
parlor, restaurants, etc
i law s inequalities are basically behind the current revolt .. ... .
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It' DAMP WASH against property taxation and the growing demandfor regular session of county t colors Asphalt be.laid,-10<1

I some other form of taxes besides realty taxes In former I .Judge. A. O. Kanner kf;,today for Tallahassee where. hi has been I court will open at the court house bathroom can and kitchen on flo y

for instance, in the past few years, hundreds of invited to sit for the next two weeks' aa a member of the Supreme here Tuesday at t a. m. with Wood floor can be exp
rental properties have been purchased for homes and are Court of Florida Judge Arthur R. Clont presiding sanded and finishedchooM '
I now off the tax lists except for bond purposes. This results - ''
; The session will'be devotedto I the kind of finial
6' PER LB. in those vacant and income properties that are left drawing up the docket, Judge RUGS CAREFULLY
; bearing all the tax burden-which gets heavier each year AUTO ACCIDENT UTILITY TAX Clonts aald CLEANED
-and which throttles initiative to provide new housing) ,
A provision allowing the Legislature to Use its judgmentin

I :'r I' applying, for Instance, a state income tax to take the BILL APPROVED NETS CITY $476 "
( Wii.HED: WHEN DRY) place ofrealty taxes. This is now .forbidden by the Constitution I PALM BEACHES MOST COMPLETE MUSIC STOI
I : Abolishment of ear-marked funds which are -
'often out of proportion to needs and could be more 206 Datura St. Phone' 3175
way Tallahassee. May 8 -*- (A'1> -*+ The office of City Manager L.
; I windy expended if in a general fund. Centralized State Governor Caldwell has signed B. Eurlt reported Monday that WEST PALM BEACH- FLA.rubal .
I' : purchasing State supervision of the bonded debt service: Into law a bill 1 which requiresdrivers a the 10-per cent utility tax netted
j I..J Your Laundry Carefully and Gently Washed with LOCAL GOVERNMENT: More home rule for cities who are at fault In auto the city $478(7 during the month

,; .. t finest soap in pure, soft water, with three rich, I, and counties Abolishment of general laws with purely accident to prove financial responsibility of April. ReceIpts totaled $1.266. .
local application->-8Uch as necessity to go to the Legislature !- or lose their driven' 57 and expenditure totaled $790, ,
creamy suds, and seven rinses-and returned to ], i to change a'city's charter or to create, for instance, licenses. The law becomes etlectlv It was reported B er
I of Oct 1, y The April net brought the tax
local city park board Greater flexibility among units
fl' fresh and clean for home and
.. {4 you Drying Ironing Ilicalglvernment. Allowing consolidation, for instance, of House members! concuired In balance to $ ::31U:: a* ot last
j ,
! 1. municipal and county governments for tax assessing and two amendments tacked onto Thursday, 1The collections ?
\ I the bill by the Senate. One removed were more than $161 above those kffo2npw ry
tit: We Colgate' Highest Grade collecting
t use Soaps.We the provision that a mo- for March, and the balance
I : ; CIVIL SERVICE Establishment of a merit system
'; : : torist would lose his auto license shows a lain of more than $1,500In
tan give .ix-hour service deliver
you i or can 'This would'end
the State
for employees of government.
tag If he failed to comply with the past two months. May I I.
'I' for early the following morning drying sloppy WELFARE provisions or measure, the sixth month of the tax'* operation Let music .,
grace your
PUBLIC. : When the original Constitution The other lowered from $100- Guaranteed Used! Fiesta
i i It l* our constant Endeavor to pro"i'd. complete ban framed natural resources were so abundant that nobody 000 to $40,00 the amount of net : home with, a Piano designed Thoroughly, recondltlone 1
thought about gavfng them. There are now 20 boards worth a motorist must show If CONFERENCE PLANNED to meet your par. and refinished
1 Per 1 I laundry service.Don't concerned one way or another with the public conservation he hat been Involved In an accident Chicago May 1 Children titular needs. SPINET TES: Wurlitie
I, !I of rel'ourcell-and overlapping and duplication are worker from churches throughout Whitney, Lyon and Heal l)
\,\ ,J e : rampant The Important subject of education should be The bill applies only to motor the United State and Canada Winter
t' I handled basically in the Constitution, but its details left Isis who have been shown to be will meet for an Interna- NEW PIANOS STUDIOS: Monarch, C.M.
at fault In an accident. tional Children Work Conference -

1 / wear yourself out during the hot summertime to the CONSTITUTIONAL Legislature REVISION: Amendments should Senator Evans Crary' of Stuart at Del Maine, Iowa. July Wurlitxer Howard GRANDE; Kranich: t DM
tf.f tf.- one of the bill* sponsors, 20-23, according to Mr* Mabel
f -, by doing own laundry 'f he passed/ by majority vote instead of three-fifths vote. ,explained any report or findings Garrett 'Wagner: director of Gulbransen Hard man, I C.; FkcherMIRBAPlANOSi
I your
I' I A majority vote of the Legislature should also be sufficient rf! the Insurance Commissioner children work for the interna- : Baldwin
I : to call for Constitutional revision. Proposals of any i cannot be used: as court tional Council of Religious Edu- Kranich & Bach Wurlitaer ,Klmball

'f' j "SEND IT TO THE LAUNDRY"People's ,constitutional convention should be submitted to the peo-. I evidence In settlement, of al eatloiuiponsor. of the conference Price, ,Furnished oo la
claimCrary. -f- --, >-*,, Mot
I r wiry an Surprising
; !t pie.MISCELLANEOUS: The present Constitution contains also laid the measure The planet of :Venue Is lea TERMS erate
numerous items which, don't belong there-but did not provide for compfllsory I than 26000000 ,miles from the IF DESIREDMODERN,
i 1 tti Laundry I should be in a statutory law, such as the articles \on the Insurance and all persons now I earth at tome'periods,' of the

Itit i militia and on married women's property Also there are carrying liability Insurance would year. _
1,1 numerous time-worn and outdated anachronisms, such as I not be affected I

1: (0 Clean Sanitary and Economical" I ,, the reference to dueling and the provision for the election He Paid the purposes of the'
bill were to promote safe drivIng -
-A of U. S. Senators by the Legislature .... ]
and financially protect motorists
4 f 'I' Laundry Services HOUSING AID DUE RACETRACK WORKERS HIT who were not to blame HOMES
Lakeland, May S *- Construction Tallahassee;May S Elghtr-: for traffic accidents.
of housing accommodation five per cent of employes at all
"We return eyeiythmj but the ditt" and supplementary acuities valued Florid racetracks as well as the CARD Of THANKS I
"I t J : ''at,approximately $1.500.000 i Jal alai fronton must have lived Mrs. Charles Dlckerhoft ot Modern Living !It Your For The Rent You Pay
will begin at Florida Southern In the state two years and votedIn Hobe Sound wishes to express -
'I college by June I,President Ludd every city,. county and state her appreciation for all the I '
Phone 287 M. Spivey has annnounced The primary and general election the beautiful lowers, cards and WE INVITE YOU TO INSPECT OUR MODERN HOMES NOW UNDER

I ( project will provide housing lorI last two yean, If a bill Introduced deeds of kindness rendered her CONSTRUCTION. CONSTRUCTION COSTS'NOT ONLY IN' FLORIDA
more than 600 veteran student by Representative Richard during her stay In the Martin BUT'THRou
I and 48 veteran families.. Oelkers Is paued ". County Hospital NATION SHOW

*'W. don t say we have the beat our customers ay that" .., s I AT.

MR. CITRUS GROWERP, R 0 T'E C T il $3OOO to $4,000 LESS


AVOCADO production in Florida la in its infancy '
Have your Winter Clothing, B Blankets etc. Dry

'AVOCADO production in, Florida u numbered by the thousand of Cleaned and either Moth-Proofed or Put in MothProof YOUR
crate, while| citrus !I. numbered by the hundred of million crate OPPORTUNITYTo
Bag for the Summer. Take advantage of our

AVOCADO appear to be the best prospect: in Florida today for fruit Famous Berlou Moth-Proofing Service.
Own and Live In One of These Modern Is Here.
s grower, to make money. .. "Home.
AVOCADOtrees of bearing age in Martin County, on July I, {1945 I! J "
r Our Avocado: nursery lock la grafted with the beat commercial and cold resistant BEGINNING MONDAY LIBERAL and CONVENIENT'TERMS '.

v' WE WILL CLOSE AT mop. M.. N' '

BABY CHICKS POULTS- Instead, of Si30 P.. M. and at Noon Wednesday instead DON'T DELAY-ACT, TODAY;: '. ,
U. S. Florida Approved Pullorum Clean of 1 too P. M. -j ;; 2'
1 'SEE -- J;,?.. ,
No order too large or too small for ua to fill, be it one or 10,000 or more
confidence yes "sire*"--over $50,000.00 business with one person. GEORGE KEITH'Cuatomer
Writ for price list and slate quantity deured '

FLAMINGO 'HATCHERIES. Martin County Cleaners. :

Phone 9-1177 2417 N. Miami Avenue MIAMI, 'Fla. .P"on.Jto P. O. Boa 906 I ,. PHONE 1

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Keep your Timber GROWING working closely with the various LIVESTOCK DECLINES "

[;,oa WORK GIRL ON SCOUTS HANDCRAFT Seaboard is Forestry Goals! If Timber It cut he proper way state vocational agriculture New York MalyLivestock ,(M )al i i
fo Railway Promoting
Then wood Industries can oper- departments. By providing I on t1: S. farms declined In num. f t 41
Arbogast, ttt Morrisonnd \ i iacme. awards and out-of-state trips,' :
Judy ate every day j herd last year for the third I'uo-' i' l
Olive Burgess met with Mill ........ Meet Demands of Full Production greater achievement: has been twelve year since the all- lme i1'11

cults April 28 'at the u//l. .....rtl Med.. M. Morrison to .1.t pohcy Ml lotMtnr ol th.i susb..4 has been given by' our organization '
of lIve ''li \
Rolloec _.. .... here and coupled with the desire unltd (excluding poultry i : '
IdiICUSI actirities of the senior M.rd ... .._.1.. t.toto motico of many new ones using CONTINUED DIPPING depends to a number of vocational stock was U per cent lower than ij a J
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Olrl Scout pon PROPER CHIPINO < '
,,1'11'0I' of 8tuart'd who has had =:i :...k"If KMtUH. ...t.\\e.::::;\\; -viewpoint*Utl II.:. wood as a raw material the Youth will better aid productionWhen agriculture chapters and other a feat 'ago. "V I C
Woof Nisi Hull t0aa II.. ....., poet fA thlo work assumes a greater proportion given organized t Instruc- landowners upon request. ) t. J ",
rtperlenee 'In Girl Scoutat 0.051,. .forMt Uoii .n4 th. 40. for all occupied In such 1I' While our program Is varied
vide ..bp..l of ...11 '.d..,? ....... tion ,
particularly la camping, i ._. tho .../.I L.oR_ w. 015. specialized work. Given a chance, 'Consumer Lose otentlal Goods In scope It has been set up in a, LOYAL ORDER OF ,1 r'' .'
r Zflore and handcraft, will! act "' -- the railroads will accept the I'When Fires devastate our Woods manner to make it flexible to MOOSE J ;J; '
reiser to the patrol By ROBERT N. HO8KIN8 challenge of new enterprises and To acquaint others traveling ; meet changing conditions, Wt I II STUART LODGE moo ') I'

1 Scouts decided to make both business and railroads will along our Line with the Import I are constantly striving' to improve -: .MEEtS.. t WEIA.sDAVS;: ''jtf'( I(
Industrial Ini
:The' Forester SeaboardAir lot I
t Undcraft the special feature of hold their strong positions In ance of our,forests In relation to our program which\ In the EACH MONTH 4 I I ,
SSTpwram, and Placed anYden Line R,. the national economy. Wt haveas I the total overall economy in the end will mean adequate wood to I Woodm.bl 11.11 I ,", ,I:
!\ for materials. They will Just prior to world War n much at stake as any wood 'Southeast, a dining car menu Is I meet present and future demands -' Stuart FIll. e 1 :" 111
their weekly meetings many railroads began mapping Industry, state or federal forest now in the process of bring pre- i 1 .I, '
ark Tartlclet at that not only will I their plant for the employment service or others receiving direct pared--whh.h.:: will bring'another' _. .... -- :. ;i' i ,I It'
Tic credit on achievementJiagei 'I of foresters In their organizations moneys from our forests Without irk, 'S Sr; forestry message These menus 1' t f.f.Goddard's .

them but can be used for to handle specialized work tuf filccnt wood for crosstlesswttchtles and other media will be used by 1 .
present I -much of which heretofore,had poles, piling bridge our organization In the futureto t' '
(cwistmal been left undone. The SeaboardAir timbers etc,, It would have beenimpomslole further the cause or all phasesof Restaurant Jrl' ; [

u yaM CITY MAN! ON TUG Line Railroad Company con- for us or others to forestry,
t templated sue ha move after the have given the service during In 1945 a cooixrutlve program

Vernon Otis Cornell, motor location of a number of pulp- i World War II as was needed to was set up with pulpmllld .and FORMERLY CLEMENTS' : 1.'; of:: :tits; ,
nuthlnlsts mats first class brother mills along Its line. In 1037 It move both troops and supplies other wood uxlng lndunlrles .

of Mrs Paul A. DeVllbissnf secured the services of A. E. throughout the nation-all. of along'the Seaboard for student! 1' "
Palm City Is serving aboard Wackerman then forester with which played a major role In the \ 1\ enrolled in vocational agricul- JUST SOUTH OF FRAZIER CREEK BRIDGE: i.\i
W harbor tug vas YTH 390 \the Southern Pint Association Successful prosecution of our efforts ture and designed to recognize ON U. 3. 1 1\\, t1 t1I ,
Cornell entered the Naval ser- and now professor of utilization toward winning the war. achievement by the JndlvUluul r r' '

rice in August 1941 and received at Duke University thus enterIng As an example the Seaboard Air 1'p farm,, boy' on his home property, I MR.: AND MRS. BENJAMIN GODDAKUl r "
Ui remit training at the Naval tht field of forestry, True Lint Railroad Company used In This group was selected because .\ { :
waning Station In Norfolk. Va, many Class I railroads have had 1949: 977000 crosstles; ft,083.000 of an older and more mature .. Invite; You To Enjoy Our Opening :, '
foresters In their employ for a board feet of swltchtles, treated boy who had supervlxlun on a j\\ I j1

long period of time. Their par- and untreated; 12419.000 board .J/,,'.. year around basis Much of the PURE WHOLESOME I.. : '1 i 1.1: ,
I Stafford ticular work with the other re- feet of lumber and 597.000 lineal I credit for advancement is shown j 'j ,,4

., Fred. Ae spectlvt railroads dealt largely I feet of piling Clayton Boardman, wealthy ell company executive from Augusta by the various contestants In HOME-COOKED FOOD t dl
with the purchasing' of forest 1 The total tonnage of wood his home near Beaufort S. C, and their varied projects should bo It "
J I Ga.-Rstl In bed at summer IA
Regieteed products, treating bf wood pro- products handled by the Seaboard reads a newspaper account of his disappearance at sea with Dr. given the state forest "service:i OPEN 7 A. M. TO 8 P. M. DAILY h(, .
ducts or management of forest Air Line Railroad In 1945 for their assistance and guidance
Civil.Eniineer and two Negro boatmen aftera .41d "
aloe of Augusta, I
lands owned by those railroads amounted to &,39e, 99 tons This Harry Goodrich .,.., t 1.1.
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small boat capsteed off Beaufort' flinging<< to cushion -- -- -
And The work of the Seaboard for amount represented a 1751 per I,
eater was entirely different In cent of our total tonnage. This and exercising over and over the will 'to stay up )just H minutes

land Surveyor scope from others since this rail- In Itself Is self-explanatory and longer" Boardman remained afloat at tea for nine hours, and

,t road owns no large timber tracts points oat the Importance of was cast ashore by a flood tide early Sunday morning Dr. Goodrich -
Stuart, Florida and its plans and objectives have forest products to the Seaboard was drowned and the same tide washed his body op on the

Phone 206-1" been directed toward working with a mileage In excess of 4000. beach The two Negroes are itlll missing
" with existing Industries In our For all lined In the southern district

territory, landowners and cooperating with a combined mileage of on Vro- others witnessed the exhibit
with state and federal 38741. wood products by carload various forestry,
., we, too, are directing our which stressed fire protection
forest services to Improve overall shipments amounted to 821,393 grams
,) I I forestry conditions In the cars or 12 S per cent of total carload efforts toward the 'farmer At I proper\ cutting of the farm woodlands -
Southeast shipment! It is then not most meetings foresters have and forest products
Iau Like other phases of activities so difficult to set ana understand agreed that the farmer needs For the past two years the Industrial I, 1
STUART I why three other railroads advice and assistance Virginia \ Department has been i'
In various department, of the y
railroad we have always realized In the South began to emploltorestere with 581 per cent of its land publishing a forestry bulletin 11I /
SINCE to them Increase forest area, has a It to land-owners.
that public Interest Is dominantIn help classified as and sending All I Id
+ 1915W1 all work. Service will have to their tonnage through new Industries total forest acreage of 1433200 foresters, vocational agriculture I IA ,
be uppermost In the minds of and, at the same time acres Of this total 53 per cent instructors and many others 1 M
f all of our employees If those Industries render a service to the existing la In farm ownership, This percentage I Our circulation has been built' I' '
who have spent millions Industries along line. In Itself Is evidence of'' UP through requests and 13000 :' I I
of dollars In' establishingnew While the Seaboard Initiated the part that farm woodlands copies are now mailed out quarterly tj
its ten If and when farmers this bulletin we have
plants In the Southeast and program some years ago, can play In I
employ thousands and thousands It has and Is being directed along are assisted in their farm wood-' '' featured various activities of i !
I work. In this federal 1 services, forestry
of local people. who earn their the same line as originally land management state and }
Spee1a1laeRea&aJe demonstrations. actively the Future I
livelihood either directly or indirectly planned Cutting particular state we supported schools Industry
Industries, which were stressed in 1937 arc and backed the Virginia Farmers of America work I
from these
tE are allowed to prosper Throughan still being set up on a cooperative' Forest Service during the past In forestry and the work of the I .
IIIhr effective discharge of duties basis with state and extension session of legislation In their efforts various associations. TO further
services So ,far this year two to secure funds for an Increased popularize forestry we have I
assigned, our rights also are protected -
Inform&tloa demonstrations have been held appropriation for farm used a number of slogans, or
\ :tIiI
These programs were designed forestry. We are also lending our Jingles, such as': k
Real Estate Insurance I The Seaboard entry Into the to point out to the farmer the efforts to other states when call- To keep all Fronts GOING _- : "
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Is 1
field of forestry, naturally' need for marking his timber ed upon to help them in gettingthe {
. Write or See based on the Increasing importance properly, which will assure him needed legislation and appropriations
of forest products In the of another crop from those same for their Intensified .fP.r fSif'MUSCULAR
JOHN E. TAYLOR overall tonnage for the entire .
woodlands With the high COB programs -
system When. alt\ is said, and has been forcedto since art spreadso I ,
I of labor Industry Naturally we
0.nsls Bide MnM
I done-what the railroad has mechanize,. In line with this thin and trying to carry on Puts size
, STUART chiefly to tea Is transportation. Increased mechanization in forestry as Intensive a program as possible any

With the expansions of those work we Included In, our considerable time has been BACKACHERELIEF

programs a demonstration of a spent In cooperation with various
power saw and a mechanized state forestry associations. These
LIST jour Rooms, Apartments 'and Rental tree planter. Our plans this year organizations, If active, with local \\tW1\\
. Hornet. with us. call for at least one additional leadership are In a positionto 4
similar demonstration In South be of treat benefit to state
dr. L. FULFORD Carolina, Georgia Alabama and and federal forest services In I I

. Florida. Characteristic of the their respective programs t Rub on NEURA'BALMI rjT'elRtOE U.fi
" 's?..t $.l.ls/ We have not overlooked the

BUYING' e SELLING e RENTING SENTENCEDSERGE big Job to be done in fire protection PfNFTIMTINOI
t. FROPMVrr MANAGEMENT: which Is confronting each I a.p.da>e. ..dMw.tic. po.. I

Write P.: O, Box No. 4 r itate here In the Southeast. At "j,
o 316 North Colorado Avenue v every opportunity It has been m I 2. STIMULATING H ,

Phone 817 our policy to confer with our I .<,.Hos...1.._.h.Iok..,. i\j\; "
own personnel and Impress on ,
Florida"JOE" _' '''01 pulu0
", Stuart caution' M0k. W
them the need for more m brlp
when burning rights of way and 1M -....-, ( : Hj !!

-- conferring with our mechanical WHEN ,.. .... _.. NeurlMmvor "" ... ON YOUR CAR :1
I r' lama. beck. II ....0 n work ,..... ...
I. department.. to their checking p.s: ntador., .,. 0,150! Mod ".,.-. ., I. '
of spark arrestors on our engines throanh cocwiml. ....., 5,0, "."..,if.' 1 '" I
T < Kifi. idunii UMudM Th miwrwlIron '
to i In this particular work .rvJ Much wra,.. 1nI h""b"Su :
know it ls definitely a Job of | .., lliw a tan**. : AND WHAT'S MORE..YOU 1 1 t
we ..
... ,...... _.i: = I .
MOSLEYPLUMBING education and training our sec ... .uwl,. !
wofk. ta
Ntvribilm 1
.,fd .. GET A LIBERAL. : l
tion crews toward this end. Several .Iht Nouilxlm Ifcm. So fc gnho.srn.H.lt,-. ..o CL1AN"I"1 "*and I' ,. I i"J
.w years ago a forestry train, nlmhimii/ 10 M*. Who .... Vint ,M and ston \ \ 1: ;
f was run by the Seaboard AirLine Icow ralM from miriliic and. mculit TRADE-IN I :!
: 'j
? ls
, ( .,. Railroad over ,Its system ..1.h0....d. _polrw....M,.. .rrta. hoI 5 ....,:.. ",F5,. iC '

i i JOBBING CONTRACTING This forestry train made fifty :411, :::...M. :;::=:.:,::.fJ.:1.NEUR : ALLOWANCE i (, )

, t PROMPT EFFICIENT SERVICE I stops on a pre-arranged schedule ;
I GUARANTEED In cooperation with various TIRES r!
forestry agencies. Thousands' of' CNaMQ/0
Phone 308 farmers, school boys and girls,
leaders In education representatives % Equip your: car with Firestone De LUll "
of Industry foresters and ee.
__ n_ 000'O Champions and pay for them the easy budget

ottgot way. Make Io small down payment and pay I '

Highest Cash For Your Car % only $125 a week. These amazing tires art ,

VENETIAN BLINDS bCo/o/ completely new-new in materials new in t ,
1 t In .1 Id'stMotet
detign, new performance. ,
can the O. P. A. limit for your tai I
pay yon :
You'll ride in safety because Firestone '
is as much at you can get anywhere and Our tUILt. O. SiJ rimy es tires 't a tlo
T>* Qutllt* CUSTOM r pg Dt Luxt Champlpnt art the only made ,

'STAY WITHIN THE LAW VENETIAN TRASO, BLINDS YOUR TO WINDOW FIT VtNlTIAN POGO BLINDS. p that are safety.proved on the speedway for \ h i it

SUNRISE MOTOR CO. -. o 31 oSaS your protection on the highway. So get more b b'h ,, ',

CALL, 22S e r(1t( e safety and more mileagt-get more taint ,l ,' i
311-25 South'DiUierce LET ONE OF OUR REPRESENTATIVES Vo et r
ttg from your dollar! get Firestone De Luxt {
fll't! Fla. Telephone i .RUBINSTEINRubinstein MEASURE YOUR
) re
I (foreground), 23. I IIOW EASY IT .IS TO OWN QUALITY( TRASO. BLINDS | Champions I i\\1

financier, leaves a pellet van 6E5 P,
U enter Federal Court In New d''Q.' Any room attains new restrained bfa
York where he was sentenced '
EXCLUSIVE AGENT to tvt yean ,In prison and fined 11 our. richness? dignity 9 ,

ISO,M 11ft conviction of draft t'rni1t: 'In& Immediately our Customised

FORCENTURY \ law violation. ed Venetian Blinds are Installed .
L.- --'----- i4'new
The decorative ef} N I 1

fecta, not to. mention the :
BOATS Expert
added' comfort and ,privacy '

Watch Repairing are out of all proportion COLEMAN'SHOME

ANDfIdHARDsoN to the modest InstallaUod '
Bring Tear Werk T* My.,.Home '
cost May ,we
2nd House AcroM show you? and AUTO SUPPLY r rTUART
I CRUISERS Fed. Highway No. 1 .

6* W, 3rd $t.:Right Side ol two MANUFACTURING sfoiteRA. CO.t. FLORIDA '


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i '' 191 EIGHt THE STUART, NEWS STUART, Martin County, ItQKIDA TUESDAY, MAY I. 147.I'l ,

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I I Published very Thursday at I O===:=OClO OClO===OCl0c:20ClO wlnlnlsiltuusBUluutiuununuuuuunnuuiiniunuuuutmnnuuuuuuuMr. { MISTER ,TAXER '
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I Stuart, Martin County, Florida,, THIS DAY of the birth of the atom, it Is refresh. Edwin A Mennlnger: By Eugene Hackett. Bniuwkk, C*.

I. by Stuart Dally News Inc. a luff to American fountain manufacturer
lee an pen fly A friend told me about your editorial regarding the monu- We have a mighty giant t
Florida corporation. around the planet in plane called "The Bombshell" to ....
; \ a ment we had marking .he site, of the old Celestial Railroad north That Is stalking through our land ,
I \ Entered as second-class mall advertise a fountain pen called the "Rocket" This typical of town.. I am glad that you are concerned about It because there We call him Mr. Taxer
matter past office at U. K. A. publicity stunt In ample proof that when atomic wield ruthless band
of And a
'. Morldae ar* a good many of us her who are equally desirous commemorating
I I Stuart under the Acts power In finally controlled and we do fly to the moon and
I, this locally historic site However, I 'Want to re-assure
,: t 45 Of March 8, 1879 Mars!, manufacturer of cheese: crackers will probably When I made my entrance j
that. it Is not quite a* bad as It U pictured. The State RoadDepartment'
r i :" ; A. FREE PRESS you this land of the free and brave ;
bathe> first to try it--in a rocket called the "Tasty Cheese "
I 44 to become
YEARS OF SERVICE ; Snap." contractor did allow the monument He met me there to tax me &
and damaged, but I had tU plat preserved and intend! to re- rect It
!% Wiuit n.llr N. . nfenttaM e From the cradle to the grave. jl jlTh..re
I : It IW "tltUi Tim*'., Ih, rest0.' i with more substantial masonry a* soon at- the Road DfpartlnenLeompl.t.r.
( \ : ., I GET; ; a great kick out of the naive impudence of
t 0 I.. j A FRIK PEOPLE p.p.10", .puhIMMN.. tee s1-M'1. ow hi".rh_.AWt...,. it all Its shoulder work in connection. with UM recent! construction were taxes on my cotton
; .Nh the liuman myself included-and'. think that the
'I t .h"h n. ''I.... __ '"01...'....'.. .. race, : job along .Abe highway. And taxes on my silks ;
: arch 3, Ifci Mu.rb <. N funniest business slogan ever Invented KennleSliiniiifH'i
| 'lly lIf was
t' p\' /was .'uoded'J.,.t. !, till., .its .=, i-Usgji: ""I'he Atomic Trio"-to describe the Since your interest Is so,evident, I wanted you to hare complete There were takes on my bottle ,t
4KUH ftlMrly
.:;,.N,. ': ,.1.0M". |cis/nnel( of Stuart Feed 1'Store here. lI.rormatlolabout It. And Taxes on my milk.. 1

------- e < Sincerely' yours, There are taxes on my butter I
: "WI" A IIRNNINCxa! 'G...,.., ... t
I HtNEST--\ r. LYONS ,....."11..... h.....' ITS CONE now but a few years ago there was a J. M. BOYD, Ani taxes on my bread
I -- -- -- ign up among the wire grass and palmettcM of a Palm Palm Beach Count Engineer There are taxes on my pay check

I or .(.11.0.. tear .,_SUBSCRIPTION,. _a100 T..RATES Y..r, .... .. '". .. ".' Is ea ('it)'''tltlwh, It said tersely"Tile: Hard-Pushed Cattle Co.," I West Palm Beach. And a. pol tax on my head, ,

1 .........,.. rates static h..s .. ....II..U... n. ......_...L .reserves" tM Posits and toW a story ,in five. words. ; D.611:140=0--OOoOOO There are taxes when I ride ,:
... p e
I 1'h. A...... ,....t...4M.......1..1.db-.N..bl-..,,Illr* I* II*d-tio I1M tot ona.. .M,u4..4 ell! p... .' And taxes when I walk ,
-. ... _- .. DRIVING through Louisiana once in a rural section WITH THE OTHER EDITORS There are taxes when I listen
: MEMBER OF THEssonAirDKI.8S': : ; encountered a series of roadside signs which were '
\ e Y .n......A.sees.....st.1.d... ,..r.. la .ail4.d _....... 4. .k.. ... /w.. ropublic.il.r. ,' ., .n 01.0 the product of advertising! g..niuThey) started off: i =- Q-:-oa o..o ovo0o: = And taxes when I talk. 4
lit..y.pr as .u' Ar
: Y h. .. .c.dya..hr.- :........- "Bhadduck's Garage, 8 Mile Ahead.The, next sign THREE CRONIES REUNITEDFort There are taxes on my doctor

.' ooonooaot: :: ==moo: o ===oco said : "Poor Old Hhaddutk Needs Your Business," and And taxes on my nurse
the heait-rending finale, tacked above a ramshackle gar. ( Myers News Press) There are taxes on my casket

Worthy of Meditation aye and filling station wall: 'Ten. Kids to Feed, the Cow's With the death of }Henry Ford, another Fort Myers And taxes on my hearse. .

oeo'.oao.===:=OCO=====: o o.-- =O Cone. Dry, Help Poor Old<1 Hhadduckt Don't Pass By.". old timer has gone the last of a famous trio has joined' There are taxes on the preacher 0
I didn't stop because I was afraid that anyone so sentimentally !. Thomas A. Edison and Harvey Firestone to renew in eternity
I Progress in the farewell
America has That speaks
reunited from the freedomof grace
emotional as Poor Old Shadduck would drain S
f I the individual to venture fur himself and; to assure' the file of every cent I had like'a crippled spider on a fly. the happy hours they spent together. in what they And taxes on the marble
agreed was a paradise on earth.,
fitiiiH and take all the losses as they conic But I never forgot his name ; and that's the final proof That marks my,,final resting place. .. > .;
Ford was a newcomer compared with Mr. Edison *
Robert. R. \V '
a mn. ef good advertising.ONE .. < who discovered Fort Myers in 1885 and at once establish Pray tell me Mr. Taxer 'I

t THE FINEST TOWN ON EARTH ed a winter home here. It was many years later that his Will I have to wait ,'K
I OF the neatest t advertising! slogans ever coined friend, Henry Ford came to visit him* became enamoredof For you to get the toll! |

I To un-and some 3,000 more-Stuart, Florida: this is that of the city of"Went Palm Beach :. "Where Summer' the town and bought a house adjoining the Edison estateon Before St. Pete opens' the gait. .I|
I pin-point in creation is the! finest town earth.. We prove Spends the Winter Stuart gets along on one leg on"Florida's the Caloosahatchee Mr. Firestone whose winter home ''I
that by being here. Fish have tails" /birds have wings, and Finest Fishing! ," but until a better one' comes was at Miami Beach was a frequent visitor and never a Are there taxes; on my robe and crownWhen :

human beings have legs, trams, autos, busses and airplanes Along that slogan will have to do. The word "World" asa season passed that the three cronies did not spend several before the throne I stand
,! to leave any )place which! they don't likf. lllej> ed substitute for "Florida" lacks the alliteration neCes.'Iar11 days together. And taxes on my harp' and wings '

with all these! appendages of locomotion, we' are only unless coupled with "Worst" although any fool can plain, After Mr. Edison's death in 1931, Mr. Ford'i annual In the promised land." .

kidding ourselves and olh..rM11<'11 we "kn<>< k the town" ly nee! that's what we're coming to unless some-way/ is visits became brief. He was last here in 1941 for onlya ECONo'MICft'GHLJGHTS, ,,,1( -,- rT .. -

"threaten to get out." The evidence of
our presence. Mrs. Thomas M. Biggar. It $Is still occupied by Mr. and (Industrial News 'Review)

What we really mean is that we want it to be better: 11111111111I111111111I11I11I11I11I11I11..11I11I11111111111 1111I1111I11I111I""lIlIlIIlnlllh Mrs. Lewis C. Conant'who were the only. tenants Mr. Ford When, a year or so ago a few doubting Thorn*:*! '
limn), it is- to be "the finest town mi urth"in/ matching ever had.
gloomily: intimated that the postwar production boo
t our individual conceptions of perfection.Ever Word of Praise Although he did not to Fort
f I come Myers\ the early1920's might not last indefinitely they were greeted with angry
stop to take stock of what we already have ? and spent much less time here than Mr. Edison, Mr. opposition on all aides. Some of the government eco
k first, as in any "healthy community" :Stuart:; is a complex iiiiiiiiiiHiHiiimiiiiimiiiiiiumiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii/ miiimiiiiiimiiiiii{ { i Ford got around and met MAY people. Some of themhe nomists were especially vigorous in arguing that nothing

j -little organization of persons! livlnjr through trading with HATS OFF to John W. Gilson of Stuart for achieving backed in business Ventures; others he took to Detroit oven resembling a "recession" could be forecast, and thai

''f t i one another, Any Granger landing)( here must, marvel: howe national/ distribution a product of his own craftsmanship i for careen in his gMt automobile Industry. He is remembered production would go on to new high plateau after w

'" \ do it. The newspaper trades printing( matter for cash the Gilson plywood tackle box, now to be distributed by all who met him as a frjendly man who high plateau. This reasoning was based on the frames
\ ,', hich in turn is traded for groceries, !and dry goods : fish by the Pondbrook Company Fishing! and Sportsman'lISIJl'cil1lti"II V. trot: about town unobtrusively with a cordial greeting duns total of war saving in the possession of the people

,' and recreation are trad eventually for new ran and Providence, R. I.Gil.son for all acquaintances, and/ on the undeniable fact that practically everyone needed <
"y''p outboard motors labor is traded for bread Mr. Ford became identified with Edison' and Firestone '
and meat ; began making the boxes shortly before the a long list of goods, ranging frpm clothes to home
t .en the preacher trades his on the rubber research experiments which
spiritual message' for the originated
which had been unobtainable for years. It was further
war, designing them from fisherman's
y i greenbacks which will put clothes: on his back and shoes became here Mrs. Edison recalls th'at it was her husband' Idea buttressed by the assumption that, after the backlog they so popular locally that it was with greatestreluctance
\ on the feet of his children. The prime essential of and that he sold it to his associates. Ford had rubber
any that he had to discontinue making them during order; had been made up the American people would t lit
I small town trade; and We are fortunate that those Invisible the material shortages period. plantations in Brazil' and Firestone had a vast project i In' accustomed to a higher standard of living: and would continue -
,, j'; gears mesh well and turn to the subsistence and Africa but after the' first world war Mr. Edison argued buying in hitherto unprecedented amounts iri orders
profit of so many liven in this small town. More and more Anglers elsewhere saw the compactly designed tackle that these would be cut off and that the United States sustain it.

Stuart is becoming a "trading\' center" fn,. a larger area. kits and praised them. George: Brings owner of the Rhode should have a quick source of supply which could be harvested -,
:/ I- Our beautiful setting-and desire Island distributing concern saw one of the tackle' boxesin I like grain. lie started with goldenrod and before That pleasant viewpoint has taken quite a beaten lately -
our own to it
I A St Augustine store, !inquired about the maker-and his Even the government economists with certain ex;
_J more beautiful-Is of prime value in summarization l death had produced latex from the plant., Mr. Ford
I i\ y of what makes Stuart tick As Arthur any Erinhaite said, drove to Stuart to contact Uilwm, arranging to be national I I moved the experiment to his plantation near Savannah ; ceptioim whose optimism, to judge by their public nut

';' distributor. lie has just printed 10,000 circulars illustrating ami finally turned it over to the U. S. department of agri i-1 merits, remains undimmed are-talking cautiously of"corrective" a
millions the box and is running a large advertisement in Hunting culture. ; down-turn in production. And some expert
J.i.: I & Fishing magazine. "In the death of Mr "said are so Certain that a recession la on the way that they
Ford: Mrs. Edison
Our in this deal il recently -
part to strive
constantly makeA
'. jewel in a beautiful setting. It i is to Gilson who has sold :200 of the boxes in Florida alone] "we feel we have lost a friend near and dear to all have stopped considering whether it will or will not occur,
\ I true that have much
we and are guessing! as to when it will come and how severed
I ugliness! here-man-made; but. what man can make man since the first of the year, is planning greatly Increased of us. The two families have many memories in it will be. *

r. ;, 5 can undo. We should strive for good taste in building production. mon. Mr Ford was a great admirer of Mr. Edison
; [--Z';' both commercial and residential structures, remembering All of which proves that the adage about "the world the feeling was mutual. At Dearborn village Mr, Ford'igreat : The reasons for this attitude are easy enough to find

"tl' i, that the same amount of hioney rail finance an architectural beating a path to the door of the man who makes a better museum of American historical! mementos, is the lit! First, there has been a considerable decline In savings, because

41, monstrosity or a beautifully fitting building. It mouse trap" is true today-except that In Stuart its "a tle laboratory In which Mr. Edison worked when he first I people have spent the money wisely or otherwise,
{ to retain an architect; and architects should strive to make pays better box." came: to Fort Myers. After it was moved to Michigan it for non-durable goods for luxuries, and for just plain lire -

:t ) their ideas tropically fitting. Another instance leplacect with a larger structure which was used for e ing. Second the savings held by the average family were
i: / of initiative paying off-with all rubber experiments. Mrs Edison has made it Into a trelliscd never large enough even had they been held intact, to buy
I Waterway development, parks and beautification concerned 1 benefiting even the old home town which has
I are ; garden and pool which she calls "the garden of men very much. Third a large segment of the public whetherit
found objectives. We must anil will some day secure a a new Industry because a man had an idea cries." is right or wrong think that prices are too high and in
I j yacht attractive.basin. We must and and lane will have beautiful boulevardsand ---T----- --- The Edison estate has been deeded to the city as a I buying as little as possible. Fourth, there is a distinct

I : cal l There streets bordered by lovely tropl.1M WILDLIFE NOW FACING] GRAVEST CRISIS shrine and in the memories it will perpetuate the friendly I possibility of more big-time labor disputes. Fifth, In many
t planting. are illimitable possibilities for growth. personality of Henry Ford will awlays present. lines the production of goods at the factory is much greater ,
1M"t The jacaranda tree in full bloom this week in Oscar Are America's traditional sports of fishing and hunt ----- _. I than the sale of good at retail which means that
-- -- -
f r\\ Kanarek's yard on Seminole Street, n cloud of lavemlar in Mir destined to be victims of their own unprecedented --- inventories are piling up, and that distributors will Pare'

'", the sky, living proof of what beauty can be ours if we popularity? Are our fish and game doomed to extermination IN THE NAME OF FREEDOM their purchases.' Sixth increase* of income on the part >of
will try. Visualize an avenue of such trees in full bloom by the onslaught of the greatest sportsman's, inlimtnrv I
i army ) most white-collar increases
/ L.I We can and will have such thinvs in Stuart. ? Freedom is always destroyed in the name of freedom group have been lea than the
This is one of the tragic lessons to be found in the In the cost of living :- which simply means that their real
I f i{' There are many problems to be solved. Every townlike The answer to both Questions may be "yes", unless history of the modern world. :Mussolini Invented Fascism purchasing power is ]less that it used to be, even though
;1 every life has them. We must find a way to stop sewage drastic measures are taken to cope with the gravest crisis In the name of liberty for the Italian people-and they get more dollars each payday I
,\ II. and other pollution from going into the Kt. -{.ueie River. cur wildlife ever faced. ly enslaved them In prompt Some been
: i We must St. Lucie Canal the. police state he created Hitler very remarkable production levels have
stop from mud into
g ptiynujt -r Our Incomplete figures for the 1946 season warrant the came to power with a rallying of German
cry rights and
I :411 beautiful river. We and will do these \ \
can if tabulationproduction
: things we set estimate
that SO cent hunters I the liberties 1
more invaded and
woods embarked
: at upon an unparalleled reign of
about it wltb the spirit .
1/ of
\1/ I' For moat of us. this is acrornpli the and fields' than in. 1945 when, despite firearms i and ammunition terror within the borders of the Reich. Today the Soviet double the prewar peak. Men I suit output is a little about' ,
where will live
l' r fo our days. For all of us, it ia the spot where we are living Shortages, an all-time high of nearly 10,000,000 Union is pushing out the ,ruthless tenacles of Communismalso prewar. Hosiery automobile tires, automobile and i almost
licensed/ gunners was established in the name of freedom and all other articles 'are varying per
i' A them now It is "our own, dur native land" /and "our democracy. consumer up by
{ home town own These records more than justify the U. S. Fish and There is one other lemon modern history should] have centages. So are practically all industrial and construe

J' .\ I Nothing can stop us from making it "the finest town Wildlife Service's. repeated warning that the postwar years taught us all, and it is this: There can be no real freedom tion materials A number' of items despite the backlog,

on earth," in.reality as well a, hope, if we will work asa will bring at least a.60 per cent Increase in the number of in the super-state, Liberty and all-powerful governmentare are already in oversupply. To quote the News "A peac
team. American sportsmen In fact, fish and game authoritiesnow completelY'' Incompatsble.'POIWer. and the ruthlessness time economy ,. is shown to be largely restored aft

J see good. reason to believe that soon there may be which power breeds, feed upon themselves. Well-intent more than a year and a half of reconversion efforts. Wi
I CLEAN UP-AND PAINT-UP -- ----- twice as many anglers-imd' hunters as there were in 1941 lolled men are east aside, and dictators take their places; production at floodtide and demand for many good else
1 I' the last season before the war curtailed such outdoor Every fundamental human right Is brutally abrogated cning the question remains as to when lower prices wi

:;:1 7 1 ,' Let's all cooperate with the current Clean-Up, I'aint- activities-which would me as almost 35,000,000, sportsmen when it comes in conflict with the ambitions of the leaders. be! forced In order to lift the level of demand to the lev

I .i lip and Fix-Up campaign being sponsored by the City of A nation which weakens its basic liberties in any way cf supply," '

Stuart and associated civic agencies. And that isn't all. For, besides the overwhelming gives a hostage to fortune A nation which depends upon This is one way of saying that prices may have to a

,', 15 City Commissioner W. R. "Bob" Baker, who is lip ark- pressure of legitimate fishing and hunting the 1946 season government to perform services which are the' proper just themselves to, consumer buying power. And tn

plugging the drive and Paul Young president of the witnessed an unparalleled wave of fish-and-game function of the private individual and of private enterprise presents many a problem, many a confusion in itself. T

Junior Chamber of Commerce, official chairman of the law violations which swept over the entire country, caus Is, unwittingly preparing the way'for regimental recent, arguments over manufacturing profits; spurredsome
""I Stuart Clean-Up Committee, deserves\: : j he whole-hearted ing an additional deadly menace to wildlife ion and ultimate dictatorship. Now that England I is socializing remarks made by President Truman at a press ce

:' support of everyone Back them up1This its basic industries, thoughtful observers lee a,weaken ference, indicate the difficulties. In some fields, notab
i I campaign'!is truly in the public H rviep. It is a ---- ____, --- lug 41r'liberties which have existed there for nearly a women' wear profits seem to be very high. In oth 1

4 drive in which every man, woman and child in cooperation thousand years. There must be no vacillation on the part more basic fields, such as motors and steel, profit see
with Interested business groups, ran unite for the of the people of our own country In opposing European to be a long way from excessive. The CIO' content,

,tt.1 munity.greater health and beauty of their homes. and this com- 'I The People SpeakDEFLATION I philosophies in our domestic affairs. that wages can again be substantially raised without I

) creasing prices has been discredited by a great many t
I. I There is nothing that take the place of the
can pride
t nomists and the Nathan report which it
'.. that corn from a clean, well-cared for home and a well- tainly /

{ kept and beautiful 'community in which to live. Such a MUST BE SHARED BY ALL Today Florida has the best forest fire record In the interpretations employed' Improvements some highly questionable In the .

t tr, drive. ; Editor; Stuart News: State's history *..! and yet. j the best Is a shocking ,record duction plus Increased worker output,
((1)) Create civic pride.
of destruction. but nothing !
revolutionary be in
1 Rr t ((2)) Fosters Optimism and constructive ideas and actions Does It not seem absurd for our President to ask only certain Since July of last year 2,700 wildfires have _burned It is significant that most can-price seer reductions recentl101"
to lower the
: people price of our product, and not all of us?
t 106,389 acres of woodland. This pounced such
cost the woodland own- as those Involving a few line
I J ((3)) Helps preserve property. I W* all In one form and another are Belling something to ers $70,530 in damage on the 6,917,15 acres under bile have been extremely small.
((4)) Provides better living. others. Why then should not all of reduce pro
u* our prices? Nearly teetion with the Florida Forest Service, according to Owen Both government
and bUlllneu'
(5)) Sets example for the children who half the people of the ire
( an will make country belong to what U called service R. Douglass Fire Control Chief. drops in production
our town of the futurei occupations. These have In recent 'doubled which would ,
years and trebled their "Many of these wildfire could be
eliminated by ,
if widespread and *
..' ((6) Eliminates causes jof fire. prices. Why should they not go back to the price of 1939 andbeyond' were careful of their fire in the woods. Florida people and unemployment, distress telling, etj:
tau uneconomic breaks In the This U.11
price structure\
((7)) Develops community cooperation. as well as retail merchants? Why does
our President ask : about 25,000 wildfires annually. One of pattern that has *onl)
100 I Ia
,While the current campaign will probably be limited, only a few to bear the of Inflation, and every always resulted In the .
a. price not all the people? caused by lightning and 99 by man. And 85 of these of the past. this well "
r ( since it is our first attempt; there is ''every reason to hope W* talk about wlnnlngtthe!' peac We can only do this if all I set deliberately. So you can see that with the cooperation are warily happen Very in the foreseeable economists say that But almost Jf t |aU'

that It will point the way to an even larger and more com- of us do our'part. Just as we did in the war; This 1 II no time for of the citizens a majority of these fires could be reduced of the forecaster fature.j) were'
are much less bullish than they once
plete campaign next fall,-and In succeeding year In iixclal: privilege or exemptions of any kind. Douglas explained. ,
t every town where it has been tried a planned clean-up We should all, whether farmer, union laborer, Mrvtee.people The general consensus U that some kind of an i laSt

becomes a successive series of clean-ups. office holder of every kind, join In the sacrifice necessary Next in importance to freedom and justice 1 i. trial slump will occur either this fall'or winter, or )tet.

Let' keep our light high on this project, do our best to save.the finances of the nation, and not a.k only certain grqups education, without which neither freedom nor Justice popular spring. Those art' the most commonly. mentioned. 4* I In'
this month-and continually try to do better.,The eventual I to make these sacrifices. I II Ii be permanently maintained. car I but the forecasters are hedged with .If." and "buti

result! will be a bright, clean little city. i c. YOtnra. j -.Jam** A.,Garfield. the be expected meantime to take reduced place output soon.AGI .,nut number of line ens

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Jo..t>MM L Taylor it vie I* Pool l 0SATISFACTION Mato at .h..odds. ta 2,40 D. Day sea
RECORD S. HOSPITALITY EARNS GIFT OF SWISS CARILLON 1 Tht..u Mote. of Florida. .v .Io.e M.4ta.. too
COUNTY TAXES state of Florida" l"' .. r Wnn A.M.M.Ceurob .
ls a saseeI of more than ,. ..A IF R....'. .4' Roo.Ho R 'AI"""., state '.4 florfaM. I* H..1 r Alb'. *. t,y

ages 8 by buses in : ,'. ALL COLLECTED Erlck ..,....... M Chtrln Or JUDGMENT.. Mrm. state state ..f, 11.rlorl...,.. 1 M". I'A.W.A. Frbo'I...0. Ig '
3LATT.339 miles I BILL OF SALE .,... at PUHtlft l. R C.: HndwrbriiU (
pop Mil. O. to Lea A. passenger fatality U CoflHn PrnprrllM. tn A. K rlaitHlnU Post. 01 1'1...... to ('h..... 1 a. .......... .i i iAmt.

.bbl t "JeW record ta : County Tax Collector' L. C. N. G..S Rorlck. CIRCUIT.. 01 COURT'. U. a.MANDATE Sy..r (, r.rMlM Si.: :: P=: :: R 0.-woe.. J..::' ... ?,
of transportation, ( ) : .. at al.( ,,,... of IM-4114' to "'._1 Matt.Mika .
Klclcllter today reported 100- ,. .
Jr director of of Klorld. u .11. H Foils:
Frank : : -- -
cent collection of delinquent ; -
xa Council, who 1
completed Safety a surrey :\ }1 a- J / tangible personal property taxes : T ......,, t. Pint, P.itn.1 N.o, lit Excess! Add causes "'
ntlT as the result of payment this lotto --I lean. W..O 1'.'. Neaeh FREE I *"". 0'' Siumnch .
is travel. morning of the last outstanding CHATTEL MORTGAGE Ulcers, I.dl..uoft.
i. A. D.urhlm' ta .rank of Pabohow. \
I amount due Blowing, Gas, llunhura. Jleichtng.N.uses.
BOOK FOR These taxes became delinquent At.,* of norldt," U rlwrto.. II...... /KM S fr i ample ol tllKAad
A NEW State of Horl.l. .. W. I. Sclu.,.... I t i
April 1 and Klckllter: office reported ,
IhlvreJlnti pamphlet st J
tm l |
GROWERS 1 11.4 v( Vl>rid> to Franklin H. KxtllU s
27 delinquent taxpayers ... .( Florida lo M. K. HnllkU .
lyp 44 ; a tt owing! $1,290.19. :Today finalcollection II''. W FkirM"" ,I. Jok. K ........IIL STUART!DRUG\ CORP. t't'BRANFORD'S

brings the oiiiccs record
I to 100 per cent for the third )

straight year, KlcklHer stated SERVICE GARAGE'r


TAI : I Tallahassee, May 8 -. William i''
W Weeks, former Writ Palm New and Used Tires All Sizes

OUT"FLORIDA AND CWATA :: 'Beach newspaperman has been 750.20 Truck Tires, $10 to' $20 ;
) I named publicity director for the
Florida Game and Fresh Water Washing, Polishing, Lubrication ,and galleries w'
I I Fish Commission Ben C. Morgan 1!

l Open 7 A. M. to 7 P. M.
commission ..director, announced *
M, today.Week's'. Seven Days A Week

Located Vj Mile S. of Jensen DriJge tx ;+!
rJ -, fVr{

LegalInstruments 4 )


MiMNINOIRClo'h "drl H"JoC ... .
4 c. Hodope.HtI1.C 111
., to h.-".... C. Ho....... j MOTO-SWAY LUBRICATION 1'' ;
W.I... e. rata .. on w M"rrta. L. Wrf I '
comprising U bells made In Eng grateful 1 for the hospitality of Stamford residents ta. CLINTONE GLASS-LIKE WAX FINISH FOR YOUR
Doter 0.: K. to Lufhrt K
( $3.50| Paper $2. to the First Presbyterian Church toward Swiss evacuated during the war. rint ,......1 n Oi..ad n Leas CAR. IT IS SPRAYED ON.
'* Ofder from tba o. G..... P. II;....... 1..1 I
Conn.. bye Swiss Industrialist First F..I. Aadms, and Lem ROAD SERVICE
Edwin A. Mennmger ..... I Hea. .. Cad. A Huth.

'Tbe[ Flowering Stuart, Florida Tree POINTER HELPS IN RAISING OF MOTHERLESS FAWN I Arthur ".U..WARRANTY. In NOTE.Mr.. Wlliun' C. C..r. Stuart Service StationW.

senator. a. ModapF A us to GermsALnal5.
...."' .. .0 ... i+
Go"",: ". John, x .1 to K. f. "Arw'ULellta C. REIN PHONE 9144
M ..
H.. Poniiror to glilil. Harbor" Cor- .. .
p.nl.a' --- -- -
.the. a.; Or.nron. 'U II..., N. II;.......
LOTS ..._ .. ,
or Po..nl" to A. 'h. r 1
FPv Laura V Ml.nl pt .1. I. M.Paul, MI...,.

$ ra.'lIr, s.., .1, us 1.' Little J. Jon..n. I Repair For Spring''
Mansard H. Parka to Lilli. Pay
>nd Kato N M.- KI.'I i
'4 M .' ,. tUudc. l
Pavement and ( W'I

E: "...t HO.nl, DEED s.11.I 1. I.. gr,"..A.Kmllr We are now receiving

trrAFFIDAVIT many hard-to-get items. 1
Frw MMnlf. ...... I. Tho rub." I":, 1fi .
1 h'rl'" H. Warnit.', t,. The '
i C H. W.rwick. Jr, I In Thr I Public..Ub'k.
A.... N. F"'.., ,I. Th. I"uhlh. .
Nor) R. Melted. to Th. PuMIr
S--lay. xhalnn. In The PublicQUITCLAIMS

I RI-0' ..d W........, 1',. to C..I I IL. It".. Sec us for screens, screen doors, ,
Atoms M. Peker to lIorn. Wit ."....
..,.. Hywi U I.nil.., I K. n......... window frames! fancy grilled
I'Ml M. Hcmi.hel to Uiurrnn I ro...
art.". screen doors etc.
,f B. Arbomt. fa, UlMwIl ......, tMPARTIAL ,
pre a Ion. '


Moods L. W.,... It eo to 4. w. Postal.
Freshwater +-wrr at ... r Mill-Work Handled at All Times
Dragline, .-

Silt Miles'South On 666 STOPS CHILLS I CASA LUMBER CO. ;

ALL ... ,test M.I..I.1 S wo'.a"FETERea.
No Job Too Lar the Important I ,I... Q IN PHONE 66
motherless fawn by holding Y. .. woe
Clark of Calais,
owned by Lloyd .,J
Convenience"U. flUS I Mp R E Ml' ">.U {...- ...-.
milk bottle In his mouth at feeding ._
the .up-bringing of a 10-week-old time rug,cnbntd M Tottqwtnt M I Ir
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5, D SCOUT Jacksonville. May I Development REVISED MAILSCHEDULE

of farm fish ponds

WELL holds great possibilities for farm Ill
SET betterment and presents a valuable GIVENA r

:. All aid to the solution of the
problem of water conservation

: the research and Industrial division revised mailing schedule for
May' I
; of the Florida StateChamber
Charles patrons of the Stuart Post Of. 1 1r
port will carry of Commerce stated today In
318 E. I of coming summer problems fice which became effective
fourth St. from America a study April 27, had been released by

t Just West In Mols- the Postmaster:


KEY CLUBBERS Tr. 74 due 12:43 a. m, mail
Stephens' clones > p. m eight before.Tr. .
and Laddie Buck : 30 due (41: a. m., mail
: Beach; have re TELLOFMACONCONVENTION closes ':IS a. m.

.Several vacan SOUTH ROUND /
and It Is hoped Tr. 71 due 4:48: a. m, mail y I l tI
DRUG will be able to clone I p. m night .before' ,d

SUN Stream Coun- Tr. 7 due 2:46 p. m., mail I
clones 116 m.
; p.
''CANDIES. A report on the .
will have Tr. 29 due 1.59 p. m., delivers
\Key: Club convention In Macon i'I' r 1 ; I
parcel post
In New Jer
of I
two weeks parts O
,SODAS ICE ) themselves for OaH which provoked ago considerable Airmail Is dispatched to all .>t r
experience at the trains. The latest for the night
hilarity; was given by five members -
NEWSPAPERS at 5:29 daily
where they will of the high school Key Clubat plane closes : p. m
NEW tents and pre- the weekly noon meeting of except on Sundays when closing
time Is 2:16: p. m
. all of their own Klwanls at the :woman's Club
11 a.m. :
, MONDAY s:31 ajn It : will dock FrIday. STUART STUDENTS CITED
Reporting were Emerson!: Kramer
WEDNESDAY S3: ...m. ; : : LeHarve, Trance, Robert Greene, Jim Conrad! Three Stuart boys have been
tin H Noon I.p.m. J : boys to make a Lloyd Campbell'and Jim Bow- awarded the conduct merit rib

SATURDAY! : !1h days of excur den. A sixth attending member. bon at the Holies School In Jacksonville ,
and Into the A I
Charles Hall was detained at it was announced by
" : BLDG. school by a special graduation Mir DeWitt E. Hooker, superln-
are ,,urged to
examination. tendent, today. They are William Ii
- office' here if Kramer reported that among F Crary and Evans CraryJr .

taking 'advantage the more than 1000 boys who sons of Senator and Mrs '
trip. met at Macon, Florida was the Evans Crary and John H. Priest ONLY GOD CAN MAKE A TREE"WlIAT :

best State represented althoughan man, nephew of Mr and Mrs .
,Lyons' Ohio school received the attendance Lloyd C. Travis.
NS award with all 21 of

Its club members there Top
Institutional and
\ who submit achievement award for the past a gift to "The Fire WolT-Joyce Kiliner't beautiful} poem J Je

to the Veter. year went to the Lakeland club. "Tree!r b '
should Indi Key Clubbers from nearly all of '

temporary or per the United States were. there, REAL "Tim Fire Wolf 1 Is that Imaginary fiend which Malks the wooils try
Kramer aid, and also some from
chance that forget fulness and carelessness which result lit the
Canada. prompting
,617 S. Federal change t
specifying will\ The boys heard a number of bitterest and most :wanton of ell aabotagforea& fire.
(Acres the Brid ) Including r !
transfer of the Inspiring talks they stated, -
'to the regional suggestions: for Key Club ESTATEProperties :America's sate, for your own sake, let !

jurisdiction over objectives future club programs, beautiful word of Joyce Kilmer,"Only ;

h. wilt be lo* and how members can be of assistance Can Make A Tree," be emnrined' forever'
to their parent and Instructors of all kinds
MILK Moore, of
Make\ the
.. 'I woodsman' heart. yourself
of the Fort Pierce
explained Elections April 18 wound up for sale. ( of both the trees and the creature a

IN --..: the convention. A youth from wild.' ,'
Kentucky was elected International
Also rentals and Insur ccIe .
president and a Lakelandboy I

-, ART' International was elected/trustees' one of the 12 ance.

,41' According to the reports there Y

F Meetings was no shortage of entertain- 1Y 0 .

0 M. ment available. The boys went Edward Mapp .' "' .\t,11',; ""rt.' P. I ,
bowling, skating, to the YMCA, 0 .. \tt '
It. : : ; ,
t\lar ; r
76-OcUne and 4th two dances baseball game, a I 1 1

ttkjrl Gasoline. Gas. : E'S D y"I fish, fry and huge banquet at Realtor .
: the auditorium, and were 0 '
'- AUTHORIZED I I City Hall unanimous city In their appreciationof P, a Arcade Bid,. This Advertisement Sponsored by \'j:.: .

Passenger and : -"
Macon's hospitality Phone 19 '
.* t I Bowden thanked the elub for \':
"Op \
I : as_ the group for sending) tbem,,, ry ryo
'Your The! club had six guwts.

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I. :
i4 ,
\ - -- .- wr attacked by"a largeshark 'crafty. anchors-but 1 "
\\1'1\ hMil his friends to accompany: himto I ered. "Olad to. What time does DELAYED WORK PROCEEDS ON ROME'S SUBWAY w'alch/ did such damage 'to the I Digest fish to everyone think?

::1 I See Where. I Belle Glade far t steak dinner she quit work" I l tanking tnat the craft bad to around was the bottom ot, "-,

I While en route something occur- How times have changed. I Ije towed back to port. ,ref t at St.Lucie inlet which
by W. H. (Bill) Mitchell ed to cause him to change his About a year ago this paper\ published I a' "Itlnl angler\ book OII i I.

I \ tt U amazing bow a little paint mind. Instead of a steak dinner an article asking the j t. Then have been numerous ,,"play, and fight for almost b,
I, r I; and a rake with work behind Itt his friends had to Mttle "for merchants why the public' : could recorded Instances of giant I hours under the impression\ly lI .,
\ will Improve the appearance\ of cheeseburgers not purchase fresh orange Juicein I ( manta ,rays or devilfish towing he was hooked on to the btQtlt,
Stuart. Believe you m..e'were fishing vessels oil over cwittoa I fish In the tea The reef 9 ,
I Nattonal" John Mann and family are told in a hurry, why Have when they became fouled In the way, la still there lilt
\ you seen the several signs along --- -
of the
q ) .the spirit porting a new car these days ----
I :,. movement and make Stuart a the highway which read; Fresh I,
.1 cleaner and better looking town. A Stuart real estate broker,' Orange Juice, all you can drink r I DOORS OPEN

h::01 \'I' Recently a---certain;: business'1 clients the'other"Would day you asked like of to his bee for 10 cents.- III'1111YRIc1J' m ( Mon. Thru Fri.. 5,45,

: .man of Stuart invited. several of 1 I a model home?" His client answI -I Business of prospects.Is done In the presence J' Satt & Sun. 2-45:
1 '
I The article on parking meters '1
I which appeared In this column o -, Hit No. 1
\\F several weeks ago received I favorable f 4er '"
I comment from; some 'of war Vama no hi,, Mww t'i/ ,

I the merchants. The other daya v
certain business establishment }
was receiving an order of ice
cream and the truck driver had
to park his truck a block away e
I. and make several trips to deliver %jwr.IEFFREYSUONELATWIIt BEULUbOSI
the order. Unlodlng zones

1 ANNOUNCING: THE OPENING OF OFFICER INTHE and parking meters, would help = "*>* Hit No. 2 sWTHEY'LL
solve the problem.
'r A certain friend of !mine said: :tl LEO COXCEY: ana THE BOWERY BOYS-IN.:,
(on (the furrier) "My wife Is asking me for pin "UVE WIRES1'.FRIDAY

OFFICE HOURS: !9 a. m. to S I p. m. money-but the pin she wants '
has' 12 diamonds In Itl" and SATURDAY, MAY & Jo,
Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted Feature No. I

Repairs A business man from Stuart wortTp ariT'R n 's subway, called the "metrepolnana{"'Hand! labor
"interrupted bj the w.r,
visited the cattle country the ;
( other day. The cattlemen were substitute for modern mechanical equipmentFISHING ______i, 1 !t

I. bemoaning the fact that cattle ed a neat hole through the boat'ibottom.
Id.eMrr.. prices were way down labor .
prices were going Up, feed \la sky .' I OIARIISt
where I Joe high etc: The business man said; here, accord-
\ i Rom sit...d3J Marsh, "You think you are In a bad ing In to the old early timers days, all that was STARRETT

wayl) ,look at me) I have run \ necessary to get I ia boatload 01( IIOUCRSNULEY
out of Yankees. I IN THE FAMOUS mullet was to go out on the river A
at night with a Untern-and iURNETFE
Where's the Argument? If some action la not forth. St. Lucie Region ; they literally showered J Into the
coming soon on the dredging of
craft, Every Florida, fisherman ... Feature No. 2 t -- -
the Inlet. We soon will be ableto
call It "The Inlet with no ''the, ,
skipping stone: pompano SONMHENIE.JOHN PAYNE
You should have hoard Ed Carey versus buttermilk. Folks who've outlet." Plenty of fine Spanish mackerel wife "la extremely skeptical of which frequently sells over or '
and Spilt' Miller debiting the never tasted beer will sometimes running up to five or six the entire story.- into passing'' craft There:' have Rea. GLENN MILLER, S tt"tanet' y
merits. of Guenwryi versus 11,1let mighty vehement about theirstein. Those who spend half their
"Capt. McKinley recalled that been a number of reliably reported 'I'
.. Kd'i: our Irrrhirf, and Spike choir of bev.raits. And folkshandle. time wishing for things could pounds, are being caught along many years ago the late Rex Instances of pompam n VJleytrenadt
h.rdw.r.-bul. butt..llk.11I! have them It they would keep the south reef. They're taking A
to hear shove never tooled Beach and 'Fred Stone, movie knocking men'down at the tillersof
t them argue)ou'd hive thought thrt .be. equally pigheaded.they'd working while they ate wishing.\ Drone spoons. Bluefish were actor, had a similar brush with fishing boats. 'I '20.UItTUIIY.1'OX' 5aeeeeTea\ya

been dairying for life. From where I sit, It'i In things Another echo from my article present In small schools over the an
Finally they put .it U1'.0 Sum we know nothing about that we of two weeks ago I said week end. 1 talked to one man Into their boat without pro- Once when trout wore rather = SUNDAY Y MONDAY Y, MAY 13 & 14.. _
Carter, who b"da f dairy cowl. get bigoted and stubborn. But there was only I one pace in townopen who caught 28. Plenty of savage, vocation." rf thick near Sewull's Point (>a four I
Sam haws and haws and I..nlI'hen it comet to things .... know for breakfast. Lyon'i Im- bonitos Just offshorethe'U pounder Jumped and landed in:
t eludes there's a lot to be wiid fur a lot about, wt're able to see both perial Service Station serves whopper\ Mrs. Brown may be skeptical the middle of 9. H. Davis'' lap, ROBERT MONTGOMERY
take everything; you'vegot. --but that only she hasn'tbeen while he and I were flst'Jng together I
,, Holsteins, and about u much for 'id... ..\.01.rantand reasonable food twenty-four hours a day, proves .y U
and it Is good. Interesting sight Saturday around Florida tarpon. ; and on a'day thi| wintera
\ Guernteya take your pick I and above all, underatandlng.! i
t school after school There have been a number of saber fish landed of his own
:' Actually, Ed and Spike were like The Daniels have purchased afternoon: authenticated cases of tarpon volition In my boat's> bottom I / (I .'
people arguing about-aajt, .beerCopyright. (l.I 1I one of the new homes on East of giant whlprayi proceeding jumping In boats In. and around wh'lle I had some' Stuart visitors i ; SOlVE A MYSTERY! ,'." t...
Fourth Street from Dehon & along the rip between green and .
OIN Stuart. just a few yean ago a out',al guests
Son and are moving In this brown water about J miles southof big Silver King Jumped Into a .' | I

I ,,19 United Stan Brewers. Foundation week. the Inlet. commercial fishing boat and- Fish Jumping into* boat is ri:=.TUESDAY &WEDNESDAY, MAY 13 & 14:-...1FENDERSIAC :
\. Our ball team Is going "great It my memory serves me correctly tame stuff, I should imagine,'
guns" these days. Nice work Bream and bass mood.are Exceptional abundantand pummelled one of the compared to fish attaining boats.:1 for rrtta yottngTlQ: ivtn.SALWAWStw.
C ( boys. In biting Baker boys around.-In my own There havebeen numerous reliably : ....
bass catches being made dally I have known of'
\ fishing experience reported incidents
Your Grand weather these days 111.
; St. Lucie canal Fresh wa-
idle along ,
two to Jump in the boat while swordfish and martin Deliberately
1 money I'pleasant Warm sunshiny evenings.days and cool ter The fishing "on the correspondent upgrade. being played on light casting; ramming large rraft-and it, J'"sm' ){aniagtsno
.J tackle, have seen several Instances will not be surprising wonft day -l
I j Can I Sports! So many people wonder .I of the Fort Myers NewsPresswas In which they sailed clean If we run a news story(about an' ss. suit
for of the
earnPer why schools and .universit. responsible one over the boat-and one In which'an Irate blue marlin shattering the
r" : lea show so much interest In athletics most Interesting true fish storiesof unhooked tarpoon followeda bottom of a local tallflshlng craft. -
\ these days. Most of Our\ this year: plug on the retrieve and struck One of Capt. Toley Engobretsen's
t 2% educators have found that sports "A reckless 65-pound, tarpon so savagely: at It that he landed boats for years carried a sailfish -
: I tend to develop a spirit of cooperation Jumped Into a fishing guldeboat In the boat' bottom. I bill stuck through the
;. \ and team work, whichIn as It was home-ward bound near e planking where it broke'''off after
here recently and severely maul
44 later life Is very necessary My own experiences with un- the sailfish charged the boat.
Annum"I ed Dave Brown of RIchmond. Va.,
: / adjuct to success. This last war controlled creatures In. a. sklft Since It acted effectively, as 'a
and of Petersburg with
''I I on 3 / proved the point. A great manyof Va., Ralph before Lyman the two fishermenand I takes in a 9-foot gator which plug, and 'was picturesque in the
our heroes were stars in some "came to \life" and started running bargain, Capt. Toley lest it there
'I Insured Donald McKinley could II
Savings Capt.
t { form of athletics. Sports todayIn amok in a rowboat up the for the edification of tourists. '
subdue the fish. Before the silver .
t i Accounts our schools form a very Important knocked South Fork. I shot him through *,
I king was pacified
part of our education the head with a 32-20 pistol, About three years ago a com- Th jPermanent
I ; The Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation both sports fishermen to the I which fixed him-but also drill- merclal fishing boat from Riviera I Asbestos
deck of the boat breakingBrown's ,
insures individual accounts to $5,000. Husband MAN HAD BRICK IN HIS -- 1 k RUSH
Ii and wife may have total of $15,000, fully insured. STOMACH FOR 10 YEARSOne ankle and severelybruising UNDERCAR COATING oliI
I \ First Federal savings accounts are legal investments Lyman' leg MRS, LESLIE W. HALBE 1I
I man recently stated that "The two Virginians, guests at I a rgAr
!till| I for Trust Funds, us well as Funds held by Guardians, for 10 years he felt like he hada the famed Rod and Oun club, SOPRANO Keep that new car "new",
'h Administrator and Executors. brick In his stomach. This feelIng -' where Gen. DwIght Eisenhower TEACHER OF SINGING I
f was due to the lump of undigested recently spent a fishing holiday, STUDIO PHONE 442-J I and give tht.old car .'new"I
I ;, I Call or Write II food he always had inside were coming In from a successful 1020 Beach Court Fort Pierce, Fla. .
I I of him. He was weak, worn trip Into the Ten Thousand I quietney, with Amaspro ,..-5. =
out, headachy, swollen with gas Islands area when the fish "at r
FIRST FEDERALSavings and terribly constipated. Recently tacked." Their Icebox was filled I Asbestos Fendeneal, the ;

I he started taking INNERAIDand with snook and redflsh and the better car undercoater. _
( and Loan Association says the felling like a brickIn fishermen were trolling home- FACTS -
his stomach disappeared the ward. Without warning the big
t 4b of Indian River County second day. Bowels are regularnow tarpon plunged Into the boat ON CALL'IN Guard against Infiltration of carbon monoxide
gas and headaches are gone sending both men spinning. Up-: INSTANTLY '
hi ; at VERO BEACH; FLORIDA and he feels\ like a.new man on arrival In Everglades, two gas and insulat. against heat and cold from

( 1612-20th Street Dial 2137 INNER-AID contains 12 Great men carried Brown to Juliet C.I Arfc7Vtal' \ FILES '; '
t ifn" Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear Collier Memorial Hospital where pavements. ElimInate rust, road .noises I and
R. W. Sedgwick, Secretary-Treasurer gas from stomach, act on slug hla broken ankle was splinted'I body rumble\
I Member Federal Home Loan Bank and Federal gish liver and kidneys. Miserable The calf of Lyman'f leg was described -

,-I I !i, Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. over people, So soon don't feel go on different suffering all! "After as Brown black put and through blue. along You are sure of long tl't alt done by one applicatio'; of Amospro.

Current dividend rate. Oet INNER-AID. Sold by all distance call to his wife, he service<< and efficient
I 1A\ in) drug stores told fishing companions that his Opera. Asbestos Fenderseal-the car insurance of longer
I tion when you buy an Art '

j:Il NEW TVA CHAIRMAN Metal Director File.,.Art automobile? life and riding comfort.

-' .. ... ... '- ""1, II Metal Files have impro'fedAroo Protect the life, durability and serviceability of

A SPECIAL BOX of CANDY rL:: ball bearing roller your car by having the underneath surface Mated with
Amaspre Fenderseal to prevent the rust that work
: progressive cradle type up through the metal Itself-breaking and loosening

i For A VERY SPECIAL MOTHER suspension. Friction resistance paint on the surfaces. When this loosening is..once

1 is almost started-the rust attacks from'\ all aides 'anfi continuesIn

tr of Whatever Her Taste In Fine Candy, We 1 7 eliminated. The Art entirely Metal its destructive work every hour of the day

Have the Best In NUNNALLY'S and It Is 1L. 1.'" friction clutch side hit by RUST Blush,and'iU mud and metal Water destroying on the elements highway: is that caused areflu'shed

1 .r Boxed:! Attractively in 1 lb., 2 lb., and 3 lb. \ compressor is an exclusive under splashing pressure against the underneath ..

Fancy Boxes. feature. It release* in. surfaces, penetrating into cracks, 'Crevices and j
-7-J other defects In the metal. The constant.pounding of
SUSPICION .t 'tt stantly is silent in Dust, and "
: opera. $ and Gravel that acts as a ::sand Blast,
Perfume tion and will hold contents on the metal surfaces, not only destroying ordinary

P I Toiletwater t $ t9K (.rmy) .'Let us tell you more holes pant,Into but the actually metal.. grinding' and pounding\ minute

I about our oomIleteline of '
t Bath Powders Cling devices for all standard records. > FENDERSEAL Is-, plastic coating of leather-Ito
i GENERAL LINE OF COSMETICS toughness that protects the underneath surf acea-just''
l HAVE YOU TRIED OUR FOUNTAIN SERVICE? as armor plate protects a battleship. .
,,1 WE SERVE. DELICIOUS SANDWICHES AND PLATE LUNCHES If Interested In saving your CAR see Ralph ZarniUt
i Cr < SPECIAL BREAKFAST MENU fkS.fQtt r the Sunoco Service Station, Fed. Hi-way and Second .


a R GORDON B. CLAPP 'STUART DAILY NEWS,' INC. One Application Guaranteed ForThe, life of( Your Ca";

Visiting Swarthnorc. ", for Office Outfitters
a lecture at Swarthmore; Col- Printers & Stationers SPRINGFIELD TIRES

yt lese, Clapp smile and says Stuart, Florida Phone 300
A t ti ,. "needles U I ,
t "The FriendJy Spot In the Post Office Arcade"P. pleased that It say I Ie settled am," open wry MIa agents- lot. I The Sunoco Station

= O.'Arcade Bldg. 244 Osceola A... learning that the Senate bad '" STEEL; ". =
confirmed, his appointment as Art NhltoI, J ', I ,
Valley chairman Authority..f' the Tennessee OFFICE EQUIPMENT 2nd St Fed Hi-Way !*t.II; ; Sluart

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I THE STUART NEW. STtABT,.Martin.County, rtOBIDA THTRSDAT, MAY I...1147 PAC..... YEI4snlNO
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BAN WHEL11JhJIIH. Punta ,porda.April 29 revised a ARMY. AIR. FORCES' NEW"SIX-ENGINE' JET BOMBER pie en the head of all labor U Congress, prodded by an outraged 1,' .,

May l-The bans decision that Lake Okeechobe found in connection with the public, U preparing to take I I Fort Pierce Florida :, 1',!II I,
l Fresh Water was open tit the commercial taking current telephone strike when action ( I
and Phone 782 ,
OHM during the Texas-Oklahoma tor-
of fresh water
commission prohibiting game Hah nado disaster, telephone em The only law that can really FREDERICK PORTER j .: ti
of commercial under two 1949 legislative acts solve the problem of employer- .
ID methods ployes in Woodward, Okla, placing Foot SpecialistRoom :, '
of fresh water game fish which 'made this lake and certain the welfare I and Interest of I employe relations! Is the Golden 204 1
I g\the waters of the 8tat.e of portion of the St. Johns the publlo in this stricken area Rule, and thlscan only be invoked Sunrise Theatre Bid*. ; i ..
lIaln hat ben uphewf River legislatively! salt and which above their own, went back to when leadership on both 4. .
f W White- I I sides la willing to work by It t 't :
It judge Oeorge attempted to place the Jurisdiction work and were immediately or- :.t" .iI i\\
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rort Myenand CIrcuite thereof under the State dered not to do to by their nat- I. I'I
VT. RarrliUn of 'Pal- Board of Conservation. ional leaders. Angered at this ;
)In an order entered at lack of sympathy and understanding THE STEAK HOUSE """l FJ: :
LAW DUN TO RETIREOilneavllle In the face of a great ,

CLUB May' I Dean tragedy, those Woodward operators 3 Miles South of Stuart Fed. Hi-Way 1 r
ROTARY rightfully refused to obey '
Harry R. Traaler, dean of( the
STUART M. ssar..l such an Ill-advised ruling and STEAK a CHICKEN and SEAFOOD DINNERS ; II
lll\1'\: University of Florida College of straightway resigned from \the. "I.
lro "PLATE! '
' 'S Law since 1815, will retire June union and remained at their LUNCHES SANDWICHES Il r
'liED pre.MatJAMna STAFFORD, 19, President John J. Tlgrt announced post to give such aid and comfort Beer Wines and Soft Drinks' 1 1 : .1 VVI:;, ''j+f :
.EIiIIA': here today following
to their local citizens
Board of Control approval in their power That group as Is was to GAS, OIL, TIRE and AUTO REPAIR !:! :! 4 J \

-- -------- ---- be commended "and its leadership Opn 7 A. M. to 3:00 A. M. b, a'i', fl

.respected C L. Dunning Owner ,. '
[COMMERCIAL and AERIAL Labor can regain Its position t ,; ".. 11 I

when it cleans Its own house, -- 'I! I. t 1
PHOTOS ousts Communistic leadership t .
where it exists, gives ,Just consideration ASK ABOUT THE NEW SCOTCH LITE r y\\ ( :
HOTOCRAPHS WILL HELP YOU MAKE THAT of the public welfare, t ,ti t '
SALE takes steps to require! of I Its SIGNS \ ,'I'j'\" : : ", !
memberships an honest day"work '
PROMPT, EFFICIENT .SERVICE GUARANTEED for an honest dayi pay '1 J''
and sets up standards of work Ir '
TROPICAL PHOTO SHOP manship that will take Into account 24-Hor Permanent Display 'I' ;4t' ;

skill efficiency and honesty I Something New In Signs Y"
Bldg. Next To Western UnionLUMBER Initial. Cot U Last Cost l $ ftlf
reefer If labor would honestly and SEE ,

----- ----r-----... A.. take sincerely cognisance look In the of mirror Hi faults and, CHAS. BOXWELL I ('(:\'! '1, :j1j

Overhead and head-on views of the USAAF new 108 feet, t Inches In wing span, with an overall -, admit its shortcomings and make RAINS BLDG. PHONE 103-M !
jet bomber, the XB.41.which hu been of 15 feet, t inches. It stands 17 feel, 1 Inches a real effort to correct them, It '
ntergoing grw. d tests at the Glean L. Martin high would then, command greater I" ) : '

plant at Baltimore, where it Is being' built. Its/ respect from the lawmakers and } : '
-r :: the-public. unday May 11th u HER DAY Give ; i;
and So far it has limply screamed '
AREA BENEFIT .. HEADS UN SESSION the "public be damned" atti- I i I' ".
i I Its head off at every attempt to HER Practical GIFT For : I'I'I
BuildiDgMaterials VOLUME HEAVY' tude Js just as damaging from cure Its Ift \Wlth legislation and a q t':,,,)t

% pubic relations standpoint toe cried "unfair, unfair," until It tI I ,
R C, Oehrken Jr, "
':1 labor organization as to a railroad has become a habit that hoi FOR ,t. s I .-I''
r the West Palm Beach field office : t \ ,' I
generated public disgust
,: or any other institution '
of the Social Security Administration o People now realize the danger A few of the wiser leaders are } -1 J: II c'
a today asserted that that exists when two or three well aware of the situation and A PRACTICAL "MOM"We : ': :
are more plentiful want to do something about It
his office is handling a greatly 1 men within a nation possess the
I power to bring the wheels of Industry but radical leadership in other I, 'I
old-age. '
Increased work load In 1'
We May Have What You Need to a complete atop over| quarters makes this difficult andes suggest a 17 Jewel Solid Cold Bulova, Bellrus' (' :.I
and survivors Insurance activities !
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Swiss. The ring she always dreamed of 3 diamonds
night and hold the populace at or ,
;'or That New Home Be Sure to See Us ,r. and has 1450 benefits In force .41 their mercy to freeze, starve or 14 Karat Gold Setting, Beautiful Hand Engraved. ': .

AL SHRICLEY Mgr. for 149600 a month. P c suffer other discomforts until Sterling Compacts also Gold Filled I ,'i ;i 0 :,. '
Oehrken office serves Palm they achieve their selfish alms :- 1{' ;
I Beach, Olades, Hendry, Highlands In principle the organization s .""t"
East Coast Lumber Indian River I Martin, of labor Is sound, and unfair Buy If You Wish On Our Lay-Away Plan ,"- J
Okeechobee and St,, Lucle Counties practice and abuses on the part Watch 'jl ,': r
of Industry In an earlier day Expert Repairing 'i t''
& Co. The monthly benefits In the made such action on the part U
Supply West Palm Beach office area of the worker imperative.Unfortunately ''ALL WORK GUARANTEED ''I; : ''t } I II
are distributed to 1,200 retired
labor leaders ,
bone 22 Stuart, Florida workers, age (5 or more;' 411 I I
have been no more prone to seethe I Crystals 'd Engraving Done While You Wait il
wives age 65 or more, of retired hand writing on the wall II II"i" '; Y
workers and 839 widows and ABSTRACT] ,
tha nwere the Industrial leaden If
children of deceased workers.
and Instead of "
to young widows with :
children 11 public sympathy and con LaPOINTE'S
I are of especial Importance fidence find themselves
In keeping families together DR. OSWALDO ARANHA _, L
\JAILFISHINGSPECIAL curbs and restrictive .
facing legislation -
when the father, dies, Dr. Aranha, former foreign FLORIDA .
Oehrken said. "They.-give the minister of Braill was elected because people an demand aroused act andsorelytried Imported and Costume Jewelry ';;,
citizens of tomorrow the chance president of the special Pates- ABSTRACT CO.
tine session of the United Nations ion. I ; ;
normal home
I to grow up In surroundings
with a mothers care" General Assembly which A typical example of the type JIM...KENNEDY........ VICTORY ARCADE STUART, FLA. I !I'' J, I' 1 tt I
l' I he added 'Without them, manyI.homesavould.be.broken evened in New York Monday. I of labor leadership that Is bringing ITUAIIT, FLORIDA I ..1
down the wrath of the peo I r ;'
up and r '__ ._ ,
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t the children separated from their ala, Colorado Florida Kansas,: :
f Summer Rateseek : mothers and their brothers, and Louisiana, Maryland, Wisconsin
I sisters They supplement life Insurance and South Dakota During 1946
or savings" Arizona and Nebraska Joined tho

Days u''U'U' ."._U'_ :....*....w_ $40 Handling claims Is only one group and South Dakota strengthened LUMBER! ,,,
of the many Important functions Its statutory position '

Sundays ... ....u..uu.u.u..u..._...-._ ...$45 of the field office, Oehrken by adopting a Constitutional ,\ ', .
pointed out. Every worker In amendment outlawing the closed "' '' \
FOR ENTIRE PARTY UP TO 10 OR 12 business or Industry needs a shop, I I" ;.,,1. .. :1

Propeller Shafts, AU Sues, Made While l You Wait. Social Security account number Thai tar Is 1947, five more LUMBER! : .
card ;rea office also considers States have enacted anticlosedshop .
tore your boat with us, for the summerOLEY'S serious responsibilityto laws: Georgia North Carolina .
give Information advice t and North Dakota. Tennessee
assistance to employers who and Virginia Arkansas now has
BOATYARDS must make quarterly reports of an act enforcing the 1944 Constitutional I
the wage paid to every worker amendment prohib- LUMBER!
Miles. South of Stuart on Old. Dixie under that "workers name andcorrect4ccount iting the.! closed hop,
number and to
'demo Florida 'Committees: of both houses of
workers and their families who
are concerned about their rights Congress have approved bills
that Include anti-closed' shop
and resporlalbilltieaBefore clauses While labor overlords

1890 water-color painting bitterly denounces such legislation I
SEND IT TO THE was' considered unimportant as they do any measure designed LUMBER( !
to curb their
and used almost entirely iu pace a on
activities and safeguard the interests
schools .
LAUNDRYPhone young women's finishing
of both the laboring man
and the public, the wntlnient of
the people is against the closed "
287AND I Too Late toIC.L.ASSIF'Y shop and this includes many In : : e
the rank and file of labor Itself ,
Organized labor today la big .
business and Its top-flight executives i
wield more power and
WE WILL PICK UP I By RUSSELL KAY play for greater financial staked

than'commerce do the'and so-called Industry tycoonsof FOUR CARS ON HAND.. MORE ROLLING f'

Your Laundry As the wave of anti-closed Abuse of this power Is directly 4, a
shop legislation continues to responsible for the loss of pub- t1I j

CLEAN, SANITARY and ECONOMICAL mount throughout the nation, no good will) and confidence for
it Is well to remember that Florida ANNOUNCING THE OPENING
LAUNDRY SERVICES led the way when a courageous
and a determined ,, '
legislature ,TAV :MKN) or OUR
people General rallied Tom behind-Watson Attorney to pass OF A NEW LUMBER YARD TO '

EOPLE'S LAUNDRY amendMent.and ratify the "rIght-to-work"' POLICY"Ill

At the start of the 1946 legislative
Phone 287 year, nine States had laws '
regulating prohibiting the Winds Always

closed shop:. Alabama, Arkan Blow Some Good,'"

Sathe,, Proverb.

Depressions and

est Palm Beach Directory ,the Recessions PROVEN Verify I e'

hare i

.. ura-nc *. I.la OUR PRICES ARE LOWER!
You fully,Protect
aoorne6--eHt&T ...ITAI.HUTWllTIlATING. ear May We Go .

OPTICIAre .r OPTOrxT'1OTg wATWR00PIN6oLarATI Over Policies Yq'er Hobe Lumber & Inc.
{ and euv>! Sound Supply a.o.t


I ,livery =had oflswaaaee
lit Clematis s.:. SAFE A' LOCK WORKS PHONE 3551r'

riJrnltare and 101 Just 8" .:.t Phone 7100Ne I Pheae 19 P.O. Arcade

II.....?F .lnr' Hpalr. Anytaing v x

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''J : SCHOLARSHIPS llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll/ 11i111/ilhHIp1111/111111/ / Mr. Len Gamble was "host Mia Rita Taube
11' OPEN :' DELEGATES next to lowest attendance record .pent ,
j I 2 ess to her bridge club at Sey.mour' Saturday and Sunday in
the State
74 club
during t
Coral Cablet. I Six' among
<'INKEI attemoOq'. Prtaea
IL. L 11.200 educational echolal'lhlPa.1 the month of March, leesthan JENSEN BEACH NEWSBy Tuesday attending a meeting of th
each for high score were won by Mra Club of the Martin
: covering two year of college TELL ROTARIANSOF 78 per cent of the roster Count)
work Robertson and Mr*. Gamble School.:
i at Riddle InterAmerican and urged that member seek R 8.
It. + I II College. here, are open to. Immediate Charlotte Helller : Those playing were Mr C. I Mr. and tin Carl Fish,
194? high school graduate Improvement of this 1 niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiillllllllllllllllllllllllll 111111111111111111111111Mr H. Alderman Mrs. Arnold Taube, Sunday for their home .
I 1.
1 throughout Florida John Paul CONVENTION situation. Pahokee, he laid, had Mr. T. R. Helller, Mrs. B. A. cage They have
I and Mr*. R, H. Clark and I I his home In Cleveland, Ohio. spent th,
CONCRETE Riddle, chairman of the school, the best March record and Or- children Betty, and Bobby left Miss Jane Fetaner and Mrs. Emerson, Mrs. Adolph Hertel, ter here with Mrs J. w. Ju
; announced today. Alt students --- lando the best for the whble Minnie Klpp left Monday for I and Mrs. E. J. Warn. __ and Mr. and Mr*. W. C Joi
a'I't desiring to enter the competitive The brief resume of the State year. Only Apopka was lower Tuesday for Lexington Mass.where their home In New York They -
r : REINFORCING I examination should write to the Rotary convention the first part than Stuart In March. he aald. they will spend the summer have spent the season at Ward'iLodge. I. ... _
deam of the college requesting He said the convention at- .
( i' S STEEL Information on the scholarships: of this week Daytona. Beach. tracted about ITS guest representing Mr and Mrs Carl Fisher. have
; < L before May 10BUILDINQ. was given Stuart ROtarians- DY nearly every club In the returned from Tampa where I Indian Mr. and River Mrs. Francis announcIng Pelosl II =
i l I CONCRETE. the city club two representatives State with Pahokee tops with they spent three week vi tingrelatives Drive"of are daughter,I VENETIAI'BLINDS
j' the arrival a
I i tt PERMITS President-elect/ McRae 19 delegate He also told of the ,
f1 BLOCKS r.r II... It J,h..... h HMlionMtrit4 4: Saunders and Secretary-elect new division of the State Into Mrs John Mann and two born April 26th at Martin County
Ii! 4 pint.' *f Midway... .guMivtal. Harris R Lowery, Jr., at the three district, from the old< 167, daughters of Stuart were the Hospital. '
-t. bkvk bad Wsfn'' ed Mrs T R. Helller left Saturday '
STEEL: & ALUMINUM ................ 14,t. II II.. "..00.e..eweIn' club's weekly noon meeting/ April to 167-A, B and C Stuart 1 11 In i I guest of Mr. and Mr R. S. Ro- for Norton Va where she ;;
r. 110.H. &.I i*. I. 9.0W. 4. Tewn. 30 at Chlsholm'l.Saunder. 167-B In which I there are 25 bertson Tuesday. j
i .hl. IA. R.ne. 4''. COOO. Solldins nraw.eq was called by the serious Illness
WINDOWS .... *, who took the, lead clubs with 1447 members. At "
: 1 kf IS h. I Mr. S. Beardsley left Sundayfor of her father, J. N. Harmon.
In reporting on the sessions old this convention presidents for
Miami where she will visit Andrews L-N HOME FURNISHING
Mr. arid Mrs. A. P.
I j MASONRY.WHITE e CHUlfELECTS he had received considerable Inspiration each district were elected, for her sister for a week j and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Ballard of .--- ...
convention 167-B<< James I. Keller, Jr. of
PORTLANDCEMENT and mentioned three speaker Miami was selected. Mrs. John Nelcosky has returned Miami wera here Friday attending -
In particular that he felt had delivered Lowery also commented' on from Indiana where she the funeral of Henry Ballard
NEW OFFICERS unusually good I talks He the Inspirational: talk. and spent three week with relative Miss Mary Walton of West McMillan Furniture Co.
I Phone 748 Fort Pierce reported that the records showed thanked the club for sending Eric Samdall who has pent Palm Beach was the week end
n Stuarts Club as having the him. the past month visiting old guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Me- 610) ORANGE AVE. FORT PIERCE PHONE, 69:1:
trlehcb 'here. left Tuesday! for Elfresh. -
i Officers and committees of

the Methodist Church for the 1.-. .- .. ,... I

",j v." ''\ '\ t'/.l.' .,,/ coming congregation year were In annual elected by meeting the- I DOLLARS '!' ::) / I r PATRONIZE

April 29. .
.,*lf n rnrn t [ y '" "", Dr. H. W, Blackburn, superintendent SPENT IN I J// HOME FIRMSOFFERING
of the Miami district I MARTIN COUNTY
presided at the session, which "
j featured a covered dish upper
PITTSBURGH PLASTIC Dr. Blackburn chose as the 'subject DIRECTORY '
TILE it now available in a of his address, "The Church
variety of translucent color and World Conditions." FollowIng 1 '
for the walls and ceilings of report from each of the -
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bathroom, kitchens, recrea I church organizations, 'the congregation -; -
received commenda. '-
tion rooms, beauty parlor,
rcitaruanti, etc. This tile i ia tion from Dr. Blackburn on an I RefErigera I'' CANDY I ii'Af QUALITY
t :
I 'l' outstanding yean work. The I Eleelrlc. and I Stuart TaXIJensen'' Hdw
warm to the touch, i I. eaily church membership and flnan tioa SERVICE ; I HOME MADE I SEAFOODS (
cleaned i
with cloth
damp ,
t cannot crack, chip, peel or clal point standing In its history are at the It was highest reported -I No Job Too Large Or I By: Boa or Pound' I JALOUSIES Formerly COAabooa SERVICE SURE

.._..- t sweat Its durability mean Too Small Pralines .. Divinites ADD BEAUTY COMFORT AND AU .SEAFOODS IN
year of beauty for your The following were elected I HOBS SOUND I I Mexican Cream I VALUE TO YOUR HONE O5. .. SEASON'P I TRY THEM THE
home Coconut Ki_.
or commercial estab trustees; for a lores-year term I ARE MORE
ELECTRIC CO. I Opea 7 a.n- TiII 6 p.1IIo THAN
lishment. Dr. F. B. i Butter Crunch : SUNRAY SHUTTERS
Eurlt I L Decker andJ. I Courteous
i M. Philp: for a two-year term, I : Day Phone at UTIMItTU SUBMITTED Saturday s Till 8 p. 11Io i APT TO HAVE IT

Asphalt tile in easy-tc- W. A. Smith,' Senator Evans Hobe Sound 3271 I I Mildred Heath' I Sunray Shutter WE CLOSE; WEDNESDAY .
clean colors can be laid on Crary and J. Y Harper; for soneyear Nits Phone SWEETS'I' Products NOON PHONE 149 Jensen
t ]
bathroom and kitchen
your term LeVerne Van I
Stuart 185.J I I :. aOI Akron Ate. Phone 51I
I floors. Ness and J. F. Bozone. Rains Bldg. 4th. St.. I w.c. ARMO' r. o. BOX4s.
1,1' Elected stewards were John E.
( Wood floors, can be ex Taylor A.. C Coursen R. B. McPherson .

I +I '' pertly sanded and finished. Al Shrlgley W. R.Leach. I PITCHFORD'S : SUNOCO LET US '' HOME BUILDING I
f 1 You of, fini.ih -' Lon Tyson, H. H. Thayer I II MoRS r S I G N S 'I'
: : ItUlbat:; lacquer L. M. Johnson, J. F. Bozone, I I LAMOItUUI GAS OIL Give Your Car or Truck Clo Aftl41e1' I See

\ shellac varnish, lines Harper C. R. Ashley Leon L. CAMP i I NIWG.oar ::' I LUBRICANTS A Complete Check Up EON'HIGBEE
I, or combination thereof. All Jones, H. McCormick, Harris R. N &

I j, coils are buffed. I I'I Lowery I. L Decker Jr. H.and O Mrs Kindred J. E, Mr. Cottages and';{Boats I rOil lILL w I Martin County Rep. RxPEa18NCED AND MECHANICS ATTENDANT! MNk, 1/1 Fore PkTce
I Tay.
k, Parts d An K1.d. W 0 R T H A M
'I Ruts cleaned. Pickup and !lor. WHOLESALE and RETAIL I i LIFELESS!: FENDERSEAL OPEN .4 HOUR DAILY DesignersHAIR
delivery service. Tacked Coursen will serve as general Seafood ; Glass Blowers General
J 1 Standard Oil CSTATION Contracting
: School Under taCoaUnr.. o.
: ;y carpet cleaned on. floor. ,Sunday superintendentCommittees Bait For S.le LIttle SUPER uavlCC and Repairs

, I I hf. Carpeting cut and laid. I Mrs J. F.elected Bozone: and membership Mr;-. JENSEN BEACH I Steam CI I nr I RALPH y'.. CHANDLER, 0..... I I 1508 Phone Orange 668. A va. .P. O. Box 832

. 1 j Sanding and polishing J H. Greene; pastoral relations,,1 AT COUNTY salons Beauty Shop I Zit Fed. Hi-Way. Stuart Dials H1-war I I Fort Pierce, Florida Phone 144-R
\ 1 { machines for rent. Senator Crary and Leach, nominations 11. a AKRON AVI. 'HONE .. .. .
: Thayer. Tyson and Bo- -

I, Sparbrite .price will meet I lone; audit, Coursen, Taylor and .- "- -. .... -

:' 1 any competition.FHA Dr Thayer:Abbott; records Morton Dr.; hospital Eurlt and andhomea. I Merriman' I Web Ordway;; : I Uncle i Stuart GAMBLE
fL' Billy ''''
FINANCING I Dr. Eurlt; church board Tavern Sf' '
of education the Rev. J, J. Richards ._ Motors e e I ELECTRIC
Harris Lowery, Philp Aldrldge and Thay.Mrs CIGAAlTTU. NEW PAPERS AUTHORIZED. DIALU FOR I (1g.du.l.n.,....-...--Ioa It......Iv....A.... _ibitd.rstw.e) FRIGIDAIRE
,r I'' DOWN PAYMENT I Ir er; board of missions, Mrs. J. J. Sealte.t lea Cream FORD" Modern Cottages and
1 r NECESSARY, IF SOl I Richards and Mrs. Oreene, open: 9 a. in. 'Till Is p. m. want you a secret and don% And Trailer Court EMERSON RADIOS
It told, 'on
your slippery
{evangelism Mr. Richards and Closed Sundays ALES AND IUVICI
'If. DESIRED. [ Mrs Bozone: visitation Mrs C. DAY AND '1Irt!' I tongue you keep a tight bold. aENTALI BY DAY. WEEK oa ElectrIcal Contractor
I II Whltlcar, Mrs Thayer and Mrs. I 'Tho Place Where I WRECKER SERVICE 'f You ten It to no'one not even ALL CONVENIENCES MONTH F"tlmatea Submitle.. k,

I, George Keith of Martin Bozone; temperance, Henry I Friends Meet" BODY REPAIRS close friends "- for once it gets loll To Large Or Sma!
Kindred and PhilP: music, the I out makemeetln's ) BLAIR and BAKER
County Cleaners I* Spar PHONE 9142 I don'tcan't Next To r. JensenToo! Rear
Rev. W. O, 014 Di-Is
brite's authorized representative Aldridge, Leach and 241 O8oeola AYe. J You / of impamends I "I-W-1 rbon..us
in Martin County. portant men, while befuddledr I
I Charles McPherson was elect- .. by whlskey'ou might tell It .. _
ed -- -
an honorary church --
trustee. I "
This country Spent billions to F RANK HAL Docks
r-II ,
CONCRETE TIRE learn to subdue th''beastl-lIke
! Waterfront Properties 1 foes of both me and ,ou. We ROOFING Seawalls

i BLOCKS made our mistake right there at '
Along the Indian and St. Lucie rivers and Hobe Sound RECAPPING-' I th' ..ta-: when some one tipped of, aU kinds and Boat Houses

' Ocean Frontage ANa over tb old apple cart) Had w. .
Roof j
CONCRETE ITEMS I'llonel10-J f not been hasty In raisin a shout, RepairIng AI.Types Of Mares
We Pick Vp And Deliver they'd lUll be a.wonderln' what General Constructionsun
Delivery Stuart
j STUART RECAP SERVICE we had found out) 4M Colorado Ivan Taylor
: I I I I. L. DECKER J. R. I'OMJROY.: .I,. a But we Overt: 10 proud or th' Phone 9141 and AYe.Leave, I

t. .. v DIXIE HI.WAYHON" IT.W i+ 1 AMy at,_= 113 H.I.eI/h n Atom bomb made. and t/l'/ havoc Message Plo'Nti04-J; :
, 1 1wtik \\ta%! i z _Addition_ It wrought In th Japanese raid, I .W./1./ P. 0. a..lllt
A, it that we had to boast that we'd f'
mastered this power victory
..y eww. 04c ._ fth'
/ c; was sweet, but th': arter-taste SOURI Th .
r : noise that we made was -
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QWM s Store !:Itard 'roud th' GLOBE: and caused tJ'I' big 1IaOon. our secret to WHITIE'S LAUNDRY I IMeata

llf Croceri.. T A X I probe) SERVICE STATION I ,and.

And Frozen Foods Ii' RI I. Ii' So now we find aples for rulers abroad, who pose u ,our friends TEXACO. D1tY CLEANING

PIIODUCE. DRUGS but. af' really. fraud. To learn of our secret they now boldly tr1GAS OIL I (WARREN'SI)

LENDING NOVELTIES LIBRARY, Gins Phone 915 4 what can't be had free,they hay' money to bu)',Th'fact that theY're and/ ALTERATIONS f,

,:,, Jensen Beach .acekln' 10 gosh-awful hard, 11 quite enough Proof they OUGHT Courteous LUBRICANTS, r I I ((19 MOTH Year PROOFING Guaraateer I:

$ Stuart... p_ r.. s... YOU BUILD HOUSE I TO BE: BARREDI Service Ernelenl LADII'S IiTOCIUNG'


a. PHONE 9131.J_ 75 a 125 For One Dollar / L ., W. IIAVER, Jansen Beach leases Beach

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0 PAINTS VARNISHES INA by LEE LUNCH ROOM On the OceaA': Edge Morin* and Household Air Conditioning .

1 ENAMELS Opell I a. 1ft, '1'11I1. p. IlL,, I TRAILER PARK SANDWICHES Hardware f'lumblnr.: Septic Taut,

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..d 211 8. DixieDay HI.Way, 21i. Miles go .1 Stuart 011 I Night sad Day ServJCfKreDr'r
I D.PONT Phone PRODUCTS 129 I Bldr.,, Federal I-Way No 1 I Open Year ound I BESS HARDWARE CO. Day Phone 100

Wednesday.. J I GUL1P" GA OUNJ: JENSEN Nits phone 314
P. O. Arcade P. O. Boll 117 -Closed I.i Phone 38 Boa H Box 648
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Listings of Throughout Improved and Martin Unimproved Properties I Bess HardwareGRANTf LEEK Stuart Plumbing Refrireration r -ALTERATIONS Buy The B.at .

County '
AND. 'Repal and Service and GENERAL

ACREAGE -I-' RANCHES Trained Personnel 24 Hour Service Metal Works on aU Inak. SEWING i

Bewail' Point Rlver-te-Rlter Properties REFRl ERA TlON Trained Mecbal 24 Hour Service Hand Made Items j ELECTRIC_
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: and At eemc. .WING Agent for liasees .
your App
Jupiter bland Oc" -Stllla4 Estate Bile 4ti Never $.y AND K.ivissator Sales WARREN'S LAUNDRY KitchenLasdry.

"Scarc. MerchandiM" ELECTRIC SERVICE Night and-Day Service' Bring You Sewing' C' .U'

ti C., B. ARBOGAST YfU can always ret it. PHONES GRANT LEEK aDd Repaira'' *.. Riat;
from II. Night Phone 44-R.4 tG ::
Day 100 Nit. 314 I
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MRS. MARY HARTMAN Society Editor ifi
News ttcnu for this paper nn t reach the newspaper

NEWSandHaweMngsofthe WEEK. IN I STUART Home Telephone elflee before 35-W Boon on Wednesdsy Office Phone 300 i fl *

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Mrs SI:. A Mennlnger return-; Mrs Joe Oreenlees returned
STUART GIRL OBSERVES STH BIRTHRAYtnplMl I PALM CITY CLUB ed Saturday afternoon from a to Stuart today after an extend
CUD.:;;BEARS FROM Mothers Day WINS PRIZE ,_ MEETS MONDAY three-day visit with her daughter ed visit with her parents, Mr;:

OlWAt MINISTER Guild The Latin Club of Martin The' Palm City Home Demonstration and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs and Mrs Joe Nerbovlg and family
'!'hI Wesleyan Service County high school took the'$10 Club met at the home of J. C McCrocklln, in St, Petersburg In Portland Oregon. She!

r h, First regular Wethodlacbureh monthly meetiVburaday Service Set first prise on stunt night Thursday Mrs O B Cadwell Monday, After j also\ visited friends in Kansas. Mr,
i i at the high school auditorium e City and Lsrwrence. Kansas
evening athe sponsored the business meeting, Mrs. 6. Aldrldge will ,Qreenlees have rentel
The event wai The Rev W and Mrs.
O S of Mrs. ,Arthur BowerlnaSTun. and Mr In Hole. Sound by the high school chapter of. Yolan Blasko, clothing leader, speak on "Th Search for Hap the Slocum apartment and ar -
\ ton Tyson *. the Future Homemakers of assisted by Mrs R. R. Wallace, piness" at the 11 a, m Mothers moving there this week (fid. 7:
.l rt Hlwon M co-hostesses.rjurtli America under the supervision ot Miss Day service Sunday at the Methodist ..
Whlticar. president letter A special Motheu Day service The winning skit was" original Luclle tnscoe Home Demonstration Church Infants will be Robert Mattox whO has sue;*
lirted the session., A to the will be held Sunday night at 7:SO with Janice Arbogast and Joan Agent gave a demonstration baptized at that tlm .. A varied eeeded Claude Massey as travel
read which eam. at the Kobe Sound Community Combes. Entitled: 'Caesar Comet In the making of accessories : Mothers Day program Is planned ling representative ot We Vlr*
L from Ret. Rolf Anderson minister Church at which the Rev. Alex to Dinner, represented a A felt bag was constructed for the 7:30 p m. service at the' glnla Paper Company In Jacksonville
NOIT/a)', who Is the last oc- ander Linn will speak on "Mary,' Roman banquet with Michael during the demonstration 'church. was in Stuart TUesdaJt\
adopted" b, h' OuUd the Mother of Jesus* Julia Harklns as "Julius P Caesar* Refreshments- fruit juice accompanied by Stuart RicheI. -
r and to whom Christmasr time Jamison will sing "Ave Marie"" Second prize of $1 went to the with caraway cookies and cake Guild of theEpiscopal son, Vice President of the Virginia .
at that Catherines
,Sun,Wer tent the de- by Schubert with Mrs: Ray at Key Club for their skit Involving were served by the hostess St Church will! meet at I. Paper Company

art.Rose Walton gave ''theM the piano New members will be a railroad crossing The Key Others attending the meeting ot Mrs. D S Hudson '- r'i { I
on home
tloni\ and the program received. Club members were attired to Mrs Pauline Crews, MrsKathleen" entertained jt{
: were Estates Monday litap.m. Mrs Arthur W Brown t. I "fr'
Wall Printed In Sl Lucle
and Mi family" Haniennntr Lacy Griffin Is chairman of a represent family group, Including I DeVllblss; Mrs. Eva- with dinner and bridge h J: (
UUlan "
by Mrs and two building committee assisted by 11 daughters. belle Felnauer Mrs Marion Bal- Saturday evening at i.-r home 1, .''
-two members George Brownlee and Olof Williams Other groups presenting stunts lou Flske, Mrs Elaine Oregon*, e---- In Palm City Quests Included"Mi ; 1 t, Ii II
siiori wen present will behOllell 'now In charge of ,conducing most ot them original, were the Miss Viola Krelder Mrs Eliza The St, Marys Church Sun and Mrs D. S Hudson, Mr. ,! I'' iI!!: ,
un. Curtis Whiticar1 meeting a home for the minister Future Homemakers, the Lettermen ." beth Krumm, Mrs. Carmen Lisle, day School will hold a picnic and Mrs R B. McPherson, MIsS r'I
- at the June on a lot adjoining the church 's Club, the Letterwomens. Mrs. Hattie McFarland, Mrs. at the Robert S Cheek estate Emma Lukert, Mr and Mrs John 'JI .
.jlch will be the quarterly coved About $.00 "worth of lumber already Club, the Future Farmers of riioM St.dli Alice MalleryMre.. Mary Packard on Bewails Point Saturday M Law, Jr., Mr and Mrs Edwin ..

dish supper_ has been placed on the America, the "Masquer the daughter of Mr and Mrs II M Godfrey, celebrated Mrs Mary Porter, Mrs. Members are requested to meet A. Mennlnger and Mr and Mri, : ,
property and the corners have school dramatic club, and Don Deanle Godfrey recently with a party for II of her little' Leona Smith, Mrs Margaret Van at the parish house at 2:30 p m U. A. Arbogast Prizes for high' J" \ '
([HILIARt HOLDS LAST been located. Work nights will Romanellos English: I class. : her Sth blithday around the table are (left to right) N ... Mrs May Wallace Mrs I and bring picnic lunches. Transportation score were awsrded to Mr, and ', I 1,Ji'i! '
MuTING Of SEASON be arranged for donated labor Mrs.Walter Dan.Mrs.' Louis\ .friends at her home Grouped Carolina Johnson Lane, Mrs, BIHlngsby. Mrs Kate to the picnic site, refreshments Mrs McPherson and a guest ''w. I''

Tin! St. Mary*chapter of the with covered dish suppers to be Harrell, and Erwln Johnwlck Johnnie Gill, Mary Jo Speedy Dianne Thompson FraqleCBOnedl. JenIjrn Raulerson, Mrs. Carroll and and a sports program: prize to Miss LukertMr I i. it' I I II
ronnnl auxiliary of the Episcopal served A recent spaghetti din were Judges.J Kay Hudson Deanle, Gloria Cabre Mrs Rowley will be provided r .... I'lli
Bonnie Hudson
Sue I
church held Its last meeting ner netted $131 which brought Megfett, Joel Wallace, Sara Wilson and The next meeting of the club' e left and Mrs E. A Mennlngcf \ 1 If '
,1 1 the Kaaon Monday afternoon the building fund balance to AGNES ANN HACKETT M.... Godfrey Is shown with the children holding her niece will be held June 1 at the home Mr and Mri James extended Steele motor are leaving for Miami tomorrow t I !, I

it I the parish house Plans were about $740 A plan has been HAS BIRTHDAT PARTY Donna Gall Godfrey of Mrs Blasko, Tuesday on an, California and to attend a luncheon given 'byDr ':'1\ j :,. It I
udi lor next winter i meeting adopted to finance the bluldlng! Twelve youngsters Joined trip to Oregon and Mrs David Falrchlld at \ ,
Attending\ were the Rev. RU. and work will proceed Immediately Agnes Ann Hackett, daughter of PEO BANQUET HONORS GIRL SCOUTS WORK t Mrs. H H Thayer returned Washington They are planning months their home In Coconut Grove la. i I't'rl'" 1
renton, Mr and Mrt. J. O.' Mr and Mrs. Albert L. Hackettof FORT PIERCE CHAPTER ON BADGES I Friday from Bradenton where 'to spend the next return to their honor of Dr E. J. H Corner:* l .
Mrs Roy Lane, Mm 4th St., In celebrating with her sister sightseeing and I "
Hancock. 68 West divided she spent 10 days Botanist at the Royal :,
70 members of the The Girl Scout troop Pa, In the formerly
Cart More than home Pittsburgh I
, 1. t Burnett, Mrs M. R GARDEN CLUB BOARD her tth birthday Saturday Mrs i W Thome and MrThome Botdnlcal Garden at Singapore ., I "
-I wriiht, Mrs Horace Atwood, CHANGES MEETING DATE afternoon,The children attended PEO sisterhood and their husbands Into work groups at Tuesday afternoons fall, and now head of a Botanical I Exploring -: an, ,,,1 I
.Mrs..... R, HKrupp I at the Woman e- ;
the Mon ,
Hatt.ln Run. at attended banquet meeting l .
UK n. The executive board othe a matinee performance a : A Shepard ;Expedition to Brazil under f r r
Mrs Robert O Judson, Garden Club of Stuart will hold theatre followed by refreshments day night at the Woman s Club 's Club Acting as advisor\ to I Mrs R R Tllton and son, Mr and Mrs Helen who auspices of the United Nations ':
.t \Mn. j. M Stoner, Miss Matilda and Its regular meeting Monday at at Agnes Anns home Attending Host for the occasion was Chap the group working on home nursIng Randy, Is\ spending this week in I and operate their the Corte Mexlcana tourIst I

r>Dton Mrs. John. Hilton The 10:JO a. m This Is a change from were Patty Berry,Mary Loyc. ter P of Stuart, with members of was Mrs Marie I McCulloughworking I I I Miami visiting .friends home in West Palm Beach '
I Kit Richard A Tunley the usual Friday date to enable Campbell, Sally Stewart Emma Chapter R, Fort Pierce, as guests with the girls I on music the winter, have gone to Mrs Blanche Slocum eriX: : I. I
will be Oct., e. It Donaldson, Bonnie Mc- I Hartman, society during
meeting Ruth I Mrs Mary I
the clubs president, Mrs. Willa-, of honor The four banquet badges was Mrs. Q L Edenfleld; California, where they terday for San '
vu announced attend Mrs. Cullough, Doris Hancock, Ann to on nature study editor ot the Stuart News, re*I Enclnltas for a two months visit with her
ford R Leach to tables were decorated represent and helping!! will are building a summer home ,
Slngletary, Shirley Goodman, the Bozone. I turned to her home Tuesday Charles E Slocum and Mrs.Slocum "
r.h Harry Swlnglehurst will be hostess the four seasons of year Mrs J F e son

h .as. I 8. SUTTON GIVES to the group at her home, Bunny Bouguet Plrtle ,and Sandra Peggy Davis Mo- and guests were seated accordIng The handcraft group Miss' from St.Beach Marys where Hospital she under, West Mrs. L.-E. Ashley who motored I \
Carolyn Palm
|TAin FOR DAUGHTER The Sea Horse,with H.H Thayer to the date of thelt birth Hull advisor, met Monday to California with Mr and -
jra.lot 8. Button entertained as co-hostess. A covered dish Clung days.Dr. Amy night at the home of Mrs. M JMorrison went an, operation. -10 days ago Mrs. Don R Innes and has been Mr and Mrs ira home Daniel on j

Mr daughter Judy Taylor on luncheon will be served at noon! C A. Carrlel gave the address Their work session After a'weeks- visit with fri visiting them at their home In moved into which new they purchased :
h*third birthday with a party INTERMEDIATES of welcome, and Mrs O.L. was preceded. by an outdoor sup ends in Palm Beach Mrs Her Beverly Hills, was Joined recently Fourth Street U .
from Arthur
itner Georgia Ave home Punch MRS. CARTER HONOR_M OTHERS Edenfleld arranged an entertainment the win by her son ;Ensign James recently '
per who spent
and pink and white-frosted NEW LIBRARIAN Members of the Intermediate program of games and I ter man here at her home on Osceola I l AshieSt, who has been discharged DehonMr 'r ,'. ,
served to Judy s seven Mrs.Jeanne Carter Is In charge I after completing
ate wen Mrs L C. Kickliter, her from the Navy '
contests for
guati who brought her many of Martin County Library replacing department ot the Baptist of the host chapter, A large delegation of Martin Ave, left yesterday a several months tour of and Mrs Jack Whltlcaf ) '
will honor their mothers president Northern residence : Fishers Island, ti
Prizes wen won Mrs Blanche Slocum librarian Church and cattlemen left yesterday tot I
welcome gifts, County growers I' in China and Korea '
17 How Dial andTommle Max, who Is on a two-month at a banquet at "I p, m, tomorrow presided. headed by County Agent L. M I -- duty e New York; where Mr, Whltlcar 'j I'i'
\\i teachei at the church annex Dr C. Fort Pierce James Reardon and son Jay will be in charge of the Yacht I .
Mrs Carter went to Travis admitted
el Others attending wereTbelms. trip to Texas Hubbard who was Johnson, Lloyd C was
Dr Roger Lake/ Pleasant '
be speaker i will leave May IS for will re t
In the A: Carrlel will .guest Club this summer They
Mae Hall Johnnie the Sth and tth grades In automobile accident Monday for a field day arranged \ to Martin County Hospital
'. until school Mrs A. 8 Blair general chairman Injured an Agent K Y, where he will operate turn to Stuart In October ; t
Wghton, Tommle Allen, Donnle Stuart school, and at Jensen Beach two by St. Lucle County Hamilton Inn and the Tarn- Thursday night but Is reported J ''I
dawn and Sue Nell :Maxwell Is out, Mrs. Carroll Dunscombe, for the event weeks ago;' was discharged Fri Q the Club Hhls summer Mrs I to be "resting comfortably, No dinner I 1
chairman of the library committee from Martin County Hospital A son, Jimmy Eugene, was arak diagnosis has been made by attending Ted Oughterson was ''I
Ur and Mrs William GlUlardo for the Woman s Club, will Fred A. Stafford has received day will convalesce at his born May S to Mr and Mrs Reardon and their daughter I physician Dr J. D Parker host Monday night to the Board
He Pleasant
of his promotion to a maJor Terry will drive to Lake of the Klwanls Club
until 4 each at Martin County of Directors
[ Salerno are the parents of a be In the library Indian River Sheldon Baker .
Eden on
home at ----
In June -
Reserve Jll'eek _
first -
Air Corps the --
In the Army -
Mrs, Slocum Is expected .t
daughter. born May a at MartinCounty afternoon. Drive! Hospital r
to return by July IS .
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i !: Till STUART NEWS STUART, Martin Ceantr. FLORIDA, THURSDAY MAY .. 1m.I .

I : I"t j SCHOLARSHIPS OPEN next to lowest attendance record tII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIUIIII 111111111111111111I11I11I III Mrs Lewis Gamble was*ho tea I Mia Rita Taube .pent
1 I I"M 2 DELEGATESTELL I to her bridge club at Seymour Saturday and Sunday|II r-
among the State 74 clubs during -
Coral Cables, May 8 Six
PJ INKEI $1.200 educational' scholarships.- the month of March: >les JENSEN BEACH NEWS '* Tuesday afternoon Prise attending a meeting of the i
; i by Mr*. Club of the
were won MarUn
each for high score
covering two years of college ROTARIANSOF than 71 per cent ft the roster, Counm'
work at Riddle Inter-American and urged that member see k R 8. Robertson and Mr Gamble School. ,
I College here, are open to By Charlotte HeUler Those playing were Mrs C. Mr. and Kn. Cart Fish .
i,1" 1947 high school graduates Immediate Improvement of this, mmmnnnnnmn IIIlIInlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll_______- n all IIIIIIIII- IIIHHIIIn1l Hllllttill H. Alderman Mrs. Arnold Taube, Sunday for their home *
!, r REDI MIX throughout Florida, John Paul CONVENTIONThe situation Pahokee, he laid, had Mr. and Mn R. H. Clark and his; home;;; In Cleveland, Ohio Mr*. T, R Helller, Mr*. E A. cage They have spent tilt ta i

l.r a CONCRETEREINFORCING Riddle, chairman of the school, the best March record and Orlando children Betty and Bobby left I Miss Jane Feigner and Mrs. Emerson, Mr*. Adolph Hertel, ter here with Mrs. J. w.Jok!
I announced today All students -- the best for the whole Minnie Klpp (left Monday for and Mr. J:. J Ware. and Mr. and Mrs.. W. Co JIlaea
} desiring to enter the competitive brief resume of the State year. Only Apopka was lower Tuesday for Lexington Mas their home In New York They -
i .fl' examination should write to the Rotary convention the first part than Stuart In March, he *ald. where they will spend the ram have pent the season at Wardi -
deam of the college requesting He laid the convention attracted -
'1' STEEL Information on the scholarship! of this week In Daytona Beach about 675 guest representing mer.Mr.. and M.... Carl Fisher have Lodge. Peloal of "
Mr. and Mrs. Francis
j r before May 19.BUILDING. was given Stuart Rotarians by nearly every club In the returned from Tampa where
x Indian River Drive are announc
f the city club two representative State with pahokee top with they spent three weeks visiting VENETIANBLINDS
CONCRETE daughter
Inr-the arrival of a
j i PERMITS President-elect.H. McRae U delegate. He also told of the relatlvei Martin County
1 \ BLOCKS far III.... R J.h...", .. _I... 4. Saunders and Secretary-elect new division of the State into Mrs. John Mann and two born. April. 26th 1 1Mn at ,
MitiriH. plot .r Mid'. "., SwM,t'.htn. Harris R. Lowery, Jr, at the three districts, from the old 187 of Hospital
daughter Stuart thepe.te
., ........ h..k year .....r"..... ...Mm11afor were T R. Helller left Satur-
STEEL A ALUMINUM CM, r Hubert M. ,In DM-I.1""n 4. Toonkl 30 at ChUholm. 187-B In which there are 29 Tuesday, day
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WINDOWS > Ile, 41, r nw buldlns la was called by the serious Illness
unt.| S h. it,Ik' tieCHUTGifELECTS. Saunders. who took. the lead clubs with 1447 member At Mrs S. Beardsley left Sunday of her father, J. W Harmon.Mr. .
I In reporting on the sessions, laid thl convention president for for Miami where she will visit arid Mrs. A. P. Andrewsand HOME FURNISHING!
: he had received considerable Inspiration each district were elected; for
her lister for
MASONRY WHITE a week. Mr. and Mi's Gus Ballard of
from the convention 117-B James I Keller, Jr of
.I, PORTLANDCEMENT. and mentioned three speakersIn Miami wa selected Mrs John Nelcosky has returned Miami were here Friday attend
from Indiana where she ing the funeral of Henry Ballard.
that'he felt had delivered also commented
particular Lowery on
: three weeks with Miss Walton of West McMillan Furniture
spent relatives.Eric Mary Co.
NEW OFFICERSOfficers unusually good 1 talks He the inspiration! talk and
I Phono 748 Samdall who ha Palm Beach was the week end
't' Fort Pierce reported that the record show thanked the club for tending spent
ed Stuart club a* having the, him. the past montht visiting old guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. D MeElfresh -I .610 ORANGE AVE FORT PIERCE PHONE 691
--- frlehds 'here, left Tuesday for .
and committee of -
the Methodist Church for the

; ,,,t1,1, ,!,t.f" coming year were elected by the '! t -

:'..," l'fl' '''IJ I, .. congregation Aprll'29. In annual meeting I. DOLLARS -- PATRONIZE
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I 1 Dr. H. W. Blackburn superintendent SPENT IN I)j ,J HOME FIRMS
i,' of the Miami district MARTIN COUNTY -
I presided at the session, whichfeatured MARTIN COUNTY OFFERING'YOUSTAY
a covered dish
supper "
PITTSBURGH PLASTIC Dr. Blackburn chose as the subject DIRECT.ORY'THESE
TILE i* now available In a of his address "The Church
variety of translucent color and World conditions Follow- I

'" for the walls and ceilings of: ing report from each of the ____ I. ___ _
"' bathrooms, kitchens, recreation church organizations, the congregation -

rooms, beauty parlors,I received commendation -

;I'i' restaruants, etc This tile is outstanding from Dr.year's Blackburn work.on The an ,Electric COMPLETE and Refrigeration CANDY i' SUNRAY QUALITY Stuart Taxi Jensen Ilk
warm to the touch, it easily church membership and financial I SERVICE HOME MADE SEAFOODS.
with cloth
t damp I standing are at the highest I No Job Too Large Or By Box or Pound JALOUSIES Formerly' Consboon SURE
cannot ;
crack chip peel I
point its history, It was reported Too Small Pralines .. Divmite I
sweat Its
of beauty for your The following were elected HOBE SOUND Mexican Cream VALUE TO YOUR HOME Oil SEASON I THEY
home or commercial establishment trustees: for a toree-year term, Coconut Kisses ARE MORE THAN
: Dr. F, B Eurlt, I L Decker and ELECTRICCO. Butter Crunch SHUTTERS peal a.I'Tr.II: : 6pm I

r /. M. Philp; for.a two-year term, Day Phone at ESTIMATES SUBMITTED 8pm. 'APT TO I HAVE It
t Asphalt tile in easy-to- W A: Smith Senator Evans Hobe Sound 3271 Mildred Heath' '. Sunray Shutter WE CLOSE: WEDNESDAY
clean colon can be laid on Crary and J. Y. Harper: for a Nile Phone SWEETS Product NOON PHONE 149 Jensen Bead

t i,. k J 1100.your...bathroom and kitchen I II Ness one-year and J term. F Bozone.LeVerne Van, Stuart 185-J i I Rains Bldg 4th St. I I W c C: ARMOR, P: 0,BOX MS 301 Akron Av*. Phone 'J

I :1' ; elected stewards were John E.
Wood floors be Taylor, A. C --
Coursen R. -
can B.
expertly Mc. -- ; -- -- -

I I'r:1: You choose sanded tile and kind finished of fin. Leach.'herson Lon Al Tyson Bhrlgley, H. H., Thayer W R, ,, PITCHFORD'S. I 'I BE MORE LET US' j S I G N'sHOME jl BUILDING

... .hl plastic, bakelite lacquer 1. M. Johnson, J. F Bozone, ULAMUHUU3 OIL Give Your Car or Truck l.lo MasterNEPN See
: I'' thellac, varnish, .line* Harper, C. R Ashley,' Leon L. CAMP NEW GLORY- A Complete Check Up
.. I or Combinations thereof, All Jones' H. McCormick, Harris R. HIGBEE &

d{ coil are buffed Lowery Jr., H. O Kindred, Mr*. Cottages: : :and T Boat Fall DtiU 1SUNOCO! &XPERIeoceo AND MECHANICS ATTENDANTS Af I.
L. pecker and Mrs: 3 E. Tay- Part .1, All IU.... W 0 R THAN
,:! Rugs cleaned. Pickup and lor. WHOLESALE RETAIL LIFELESS I OPEN ed HOURS DAILY Designers l

I :: delivery service, Tacked] Coursen will serve as general Seafood HAIR Standard Oil Coy Glass.Blowers General Conlractuif
School .
Sunday SuperintendentCommittees
carpel cleaned on floor. Bait For Sal Little i and Repairs
t elected: membewship J I 1508 Orange Av4j.Phone .
Carpeting and lAid.
: Mrs. J. F Bozone and Mrs JENSEN BEACH j"I RALPH P. CHANDLER O.wr I 668 P. 6 Box 832
I' Sanding and polishing 1.' H. Oreene: pastoral relations, AT COUNTY BRIDGE Beauty Shop 2H fed HI-Way. Stuart, 01olo' H&W' Fort Pierce Florida Phone 144.R
I machine for rentSparbrite Senator Crary and Leach; nom- lie *. AKRON AVE PHONE M I I
I !nations, Thayer, Tyson and Boone I
prices will ; audit Coursen, Taylor and __ ,
I. meet I e ; ____ -- -- --- ---
Thayer; records. Dr. Eurlt and j I I.
competition. '
1. t any Dr. Abbott Morton; hospital and I OTavTavern 's I 1 Web Ordway I Uncle I Stuart GAMBLE
; tL FHA FINANCING homes, Dr. Eurlt; church board Billy i Sf''''', ,,
of education, the Rev J. J. Richards Motors "" i
I AVAILABLE, N O I Mrs. W. O Aldridg, Mr, I IIUR. WINES, CICAIII ((E..'..... ........ lr AIU*|.. 'P..1.r.a Auto Camp
r 14 DOWN.PAYMENT Harris Lowery, Philp and ;Thayer CIGARETTES NEwt PAPERS AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR arMk.4. ..........::..... .:.tl FRIGIDAIRE... .

; board of mission. Mrs J. i Sealtest Ice Cream FORD Modern Cottage andEMERSON
) I NECESSARY {I Richards and Mrs Oreene Open 1 Till 12 .... If you have a secret and don't RA0J05Electrical !
I IF SO| ; : a. m. p And
J I evangelism Mr. Richards and Closed Sunday IALE AND SERVICE A tjpi l want It, told, on your slippery Trailer Court. '
DESIRED. I: Mrs. Bozone; visitation, Mrs. C. DAY AND KITE ,/ J \ f \ tongue you keep a tight hold. RENTAL, BY hAY WEEK OR Contractor!
'I Whlticar Mrs. Thayer and Mrs I The Place Where WRECKER SERVICE 1 You teD it to no one not even ALL CONVENIENCE MONTH Ultimate Submitted >

+ George Keith of Martin ,Bozone: temperance, Henry I Friend Meet" BODY REPAIRS ,close friends w. for once It get Job To Large Or Too. SroilNcilTer
Kindred and Philp; music, the out you cant make amends! BLAIR and BAKER
County Cleaner Spar PHONE 9142EXPERT I W
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i J brite'i authorized representative Jones Rev. W. O Aldridge Leach and 241 Osceola Ave. I J You don't attend meetln of 1m OU OUto HI-w.,, P_ tilt' .

ill Martin County. portant men,.while befuddled
r Charles McPherson was elect .- r by whiskey--you might tell U
ed an honorary church trustee. -- -- --- '
I I I This country spent billion to FRANK HALEROOFING, Docks,
l twastly-like I
Waterfront PropertiesAlong I I foes of both me and you. W* Seawalls
i I made our mistake right there at
the. Indian and St. Lucie rivers, and Hobe Sound. -.. 01 th, start,, when some one tipped, of all kind and Boat Houses

Ocean Frontage I ANDCONCRETE over th' old apple cart! Had we ,
I I tl ITEMS Phone U*-JW I not been hasty In raisin a shout, Roof Repairing All Typo Of MaroMConstruction ,

I sea Pick Up And Deliver they'd still be a-wonderln what General Delivery Stuart

I STUART RECAP SERVICE: We had found out) 404 Colorado Ave., Ivan Taylor ,

at ; I I. -DECKER I. R. POMEROY, Jr. But we wee so proud!\ of th Phone 9141 and Leave .
o ri AI Atom bomb made and th' havoc rOE 474
DIXIE HI WAY-PHONE ST WQuinn's Mr. = ftwPau.a.a: Message PION
i I i IefvsN a -- It wrought tn th' Japanese raid, I Writ r. 0. B...f III {
t 4 Fa A that we had to'boast that,we'd mastered this power-' 'th victory 1r >

;; r was sweet but th.' after-taste SOUR I Th.' noise
0 E A L : that we made was e -; '- ,

I Store )heard roud th' GLOBE and caused Uf big nation our secret to WHITIE'S LAUNDRY ,.

T AXI probe! i and
l t n I Meats, Groceries SERVICE STATION

a 1 r' 1 st we*.oar And Frozen Foods i'I E R V J: E So BOW we find spies for ruler abroad, who pose a*,our friend TEXACO. DRY CLEANING

wow PRODUCE DRUGS but ar' really a fraud. To learn of our secret they now boldly &r1CAS oil (WARREN) ..

rA S LENDING NOVELTIES LIBRARY, GIFTS' Phone 915 4 what can't be had free,they hav money to buy Th'fact that they're andLUBRICANTS ALTERATIONS

Jensen Beach ,_kin' so gosh-awful hard. 1 Is quite, enough proof they OUGHT x I (It MOTH Year PROOFING Guarantee):

rifle Stunt N... Pap F.r Sab. YOU BUILD HOUSE'to{ BE BARRED! Courteous EfficientService i LADLE!! STOCKINGS

PHONE 9131-J
75 x 125 For One Dollar W, HADEK Jensen Beach Jensen Beach '

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4 PAINT CO. Coo'KINO I SERVICE STATION 'and ServiceHeating
: 0 INA LEE- ROOM On the ,OceatV Edge and Household Air, Conditioning

: ENAMELS Open 1.a. m. Till I p, m., I TRAILER PARK: ,SANDWICHESBEER Hardware Plumbing Septic T**

0..1.. ,MMURPHY 1 p, m. Till 8 p. m. Dally Beer and Soft Drink WINES Fishing Tackle.'and STUART PLUMBING
-- z I sHERWINwlu.uU5 Open AU Day Sunday I Sandwiches, Soup PifH ie BATH HOUSES Repair A 'METAL WORK*

{ I end 21t 8. Dixie Hl-Way Mile lie. .f Stuart'ee I Night and Day Sen*
DyPONT PRODUCTS Krenger Bl4,. r.deralnl.Way NO; I Open Year 'Round I BESS HARDWARE CO.. Day Phone 100
Phone 121

F,_O: Arcade__T. Q, tot _177Besi _-Closed Wednesdays _I I. I JENSEN BEACH I Phone 38 Box N Nits Box Phone 548 314,
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Listings of Improved and Unimproved Properties Hardware GRANT Refrigeration Tl i ALTERATIONS Buy The Best;,.

;/ tM Throughout Martin County Co. Repair and Service: and GENERALELECTRIC

i ACREAGI1_ RANCHES Trained Personnel 24 Hour Service) Metal Work on all make SEWINGHand () '

Bewail Point Elvtr..te-Blvet Properties REFRIGERATION Trained Mechanic 24'Hour Service Made Item*" ,
w'' Agent '
and WIRINGKelrinator for
r At service :
Jupiter bland Ocean-.te-8eiuid Estate Site Never Say ANDELECTRIC your Sales WARREN'S LAUNDRY -Kitchen Appliances, Laanrlr1.:

"Scarce Merchandise": SERVICE Night and Day Service ,_ Bring Your Sewing aU .

.C. B. ARBOGAST You can always gel It. PHONES GRANT LEEK and.Repair ca.D4 R
from us. Night 44-R-4 t.
Day 100 Nits 314 Night I ,
((1 Real Estate' WaTEBnONT PROPERTIES Insusae Phone 38 Box N Day Phone 21< Boa 146 Day Phone Phone 44-R-4 216* MRS W, C.' ALLEN ILICTlU1Q; \.
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5 AL.NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART f -?fS News item attics for this before paper noon mart on Wednesday reach the tJ}J +j.: .. J:

I Horn.Telephone 35-W Office Phone 300_ I'. ,...,' J ,I.I: .r,M9,I:H..1 H..1J I

_ LATIN CLUB STUART GIRL OBSERVES,6TH BIRTHRAYTravlnl PALM CITY CLUB Mrs. E.: A. Mennlnger returned Mrs Joe Oreenlees returned, t '
HEARS FROM Saturday afternoon from a Stuart today after an extend +
Mothers WINS PRIZE ::
lay ;;
IgWAI MINISTER I three-day visit with her daughter ed visit with her parents, Mr
The Latin Club of Martin Mr. and Mrs. j
wesleyan Service Guild The Palm City Home Demonstration and eon-In-law, and Darn.
' and Mrs. Joe
\\111 church County high school took the'$10 McCrocklln, In St. Peters
I J C.
tM First] monthly meet- Service Set first prize on stunt night Thursday Club met at the home of burg. fly In Portland Oregon. She 1 p

\Id its regular at theme at the high school audItor- Mrs. O. B. Cadwell Monday. After also visited friends In Kansas j
evening e ,
.,fhur daY ium. The event was sponsored the business meeting, Mrt. City and Lawrence, Kansas. Mr
, of Mrs. Arthur Hovering In Hobe Sound The Rev. W. 6. Aldridge will and Mrs. Oreenlees have rented t
and,Mr., ,by the high school: chapter of Yolan Blasts clothing leader,' a
Lon Tyson I "The Search for Hap- apartment ad arc a
Mre speak on the Slocum
Ids the Future Homemakera of assisted by Mrs. R. R. Wallace,
rmud! roneon u piness" at the 11 a. m. Mothers moving there this week epd :
of Miss
America. under the supervision
Irx Curtis WdtticU session.president.A letter A special Mothers Day service The winning skit! was original Luclle Inscoe, Home Demonstration Day service Sunday at the Meth- i e a t )
inducted the came to.he. will be held Sunday night at 7:3P: with Janice Arbogut and Joan Agent, gave a demonstration odlit Church. Infants will be Robert MattoX who has sue*" a
tie read which Rolf Anderson at the Hobe Sound Community Combes. Entitled "Caesar Cornel In the making of accessor baptized at that time A varied ceeded Claude Massey as trtl-yet- "
OUP from Rev. the minister\ Church at which the Ret Alex- to Dinner", represented. a ies. A felt bag was constructed Mothers Day program Is planned ling representative of the Viti 0" '
NorwaY, who \Is Guild last Gear ander Linn will speak on "Mary, Roman banquet with Michael during the demonstration, for the. 7:30: p. m. service at the i ie glnla Paper Company in Jacksonville .

,dopted" by the'whom Christmas the Mother of Jesus. Julia Harlcins as "Julius P. Caesar." Refreshments of fruit juice church I was In Stuart TUesda(: 5a i

and to tent at that. time. Jamison will sing "Ave Marie"1 Second prise of $5 went to the with caraway cookies and cake --r accompanied by Stuart Rlche e,
ctaiee were Walton gave the. de- by Schubert with Mrs. Ray at Key Club for their skit Involvinga were served by the hostess. St. Catherine's Guild of the son, Vice President the Vir <'- i bJ'' a
Urt.Rose "the the piano. New members will be railroad crossing. The Key Episcopal Church will meet at glnla Paper Company k ;
the on Others attending the meetingwere
program *
,,\ and received. I Club members were attired to the home of Mrs. D. 8. HudsonIn -C-
Jind family" waa premed Crews, Mrs.
his LIllIan. Hansen. Lacy Griffin\ chairman of a represent a family group, includ- Kathleen Mrs.DeVllblas.Pauline' Mrs
by Mrs.members and two building committee assisted. by ing 12 daughters. s Felnauer. Mrs. Marlon Bal 8 p. m, tamed with dinner and brldgg! t .,,
vHity-two I George Brownlee and Olaf WU-' Other groups presenting stunts' : 1JOr i1e. .o. Saturday evening at ii-r home .i r" ; \
present lou Flake Mrs g ; '
here were hams now In charge of con- most of them original, were the, Palm City. Guests Included( r a 1i l'
Whitlcar will beISII Miss Viola Krelder, Mrs. Eliza-' The St. Mary's. Church Sunday i
Mrs curtli strudng a home for the minister Future Homemakers, the Letter-; Mi. and Mrs. D. s: Hudson, MP. < 1,1'I'' ,jij ij 1In 1\y
at the June meeting beth Krumm, Mrs. Carmen List School will hold a picnicat '
will be the quarterly coved on a lot adjoining the church. men's Club the Letterwomen's Mrs Hattie McFarland, Mrs. the Robert S. Cheek estateon and Mrs. R. B. McPherson, Mist :,, II
rich About $400 worth ot lumber already Club, the Future Farmers ot Pilot* Sudto Saturday. Emma Lukert, Mr. and' Mrs.John '
Alice Mallery, Mrs. Mary Pack- Bewails point f
mpper.IIILIARI "
' dish has been the America, the "Masque" thetchool' Law Jr., Mrrand Mrs. Edwin
placed on M. ,
Deanle Godfrey, daughter,of Mr. and Mrs:! H. M. Godfrey, celebrated ard, Mrs. Mary Porter, Mrs. Members are requested to meetat Mrt; r '
property and the corners have dramatic club, and DonRomanello' A. Menninger and Mr. and !
HOLDS LAST her 6th birthday recently with a party for 11 of ber little Leona: Smith Mrs Margaret Van the parish house at 1:30: p. m. '
been located. Work nights will English 3 ctass. L. A. Arbogast. Prizes for high- '
FETING Of SEASON be arranged for donated labor Mrs. Walter Davey, Mrs. Louise .friends at her home. Grouped around the table are (left to right) Ness, MrsMay Wallace, Mrs I and bring picnic the lunches.site Trans-, refreshments score were awarded to, Mr. antf{!: ; I ,dt't I;':: ,rl\ 'A'I, ,
The St. Mary'chapter of the with covered dish suppers to be Harrell and Erwin Johnwick Johnnie Glll.'Mary Jo Speedy, Dianne Thompson, Carolina John- Lane, Mrs. Bllllngsby, Mrs. Kate portation to picnic Mrs. McPherson and a ''guestprize J 1'l.a I '
and and .
jinan'.auxiliary of the Eplscoj served A recent spaghetti dinner were judges.AGNESANN. ton, Kay Hudson, Beanie, Gloria I Cabre, Frank!* Csongedl, Jere- Raulerson Mrs. ,Mrs, Carroll I will be provided.a sports program. to Miss Lukert. I f' :{; I
held Its last meeting I Sara Wilson and Bonnie Sue Hudson Rowley e'I I
church netted .brought lyn Mcggttt Joel Wallace I -
tnhi;: of the club,! -e- r !\"
the season Monday afternoonthe the balance to HACKETTHAS Mn. Godfrey la shown with the children holding tier niece, will The be next held meeting June 2 at the home: Mr. and Mrs, James Steele leftTuesday 1 I Mr. and Mrs 1:. A. Mennlnjcr, \.1 f 'If+''I'II
Plana were
pariah house. about $740. A plan has been BIRTHDAY PARTY'' Donna Gall Godfrey. on an extended motor are leaving for Miami tomorrow 4 r I Ito
tadt for next winter' meetingsAttending adopted to finance the bluldlng Twelve youngsters joined i I of Mrs. Blasko. trip to Oregon California andWashington. 1 attend a luncheon given by I 1\\ I I

were the Rev. R. and work will proceed Immed-. Agnes Ann Hackett, daughter of PEG BANQUET HONORS GIRL SCOUTS WORK' i Mrs. H. H: Thayer returned They are planning I Dr. and Mrs. David Falrchlld at :l'ILt.I' f\' !
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Mrs. ,
Fenton, Mr. and iately. Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Hackettof ON BADGES when to spend the next several months their home In Coconut Grove la j + 1 \
Mrs FORT PIERCE CHAPTER Friday from Bradenton 1 1I
snack, Mrs. Roy Lane M West 4th St., In celebrating I' sightseeing and return to their honor of Dr. E..tat\heCo.f fi i',
r. Burnett Mrs. M. R. Carte i GARDEN CLUB BOARD her tth birthday Saturday More than 70 members of the The Girl Scout troop divided, she spent 10 days with her sister Mr- home at Pittsburgh Pa. In the formerly ia a I I

right, Mrs Horace Atwood,, CHANGES MEETING DATE afternoon,The children attendeda PEO sisterhood and their husbands Into work groups at Tuesday af- Mrs. J. W. Thorne and fall I Botanical Garden at Singapore h'1'\ i'. I ,

n. Hattie Rue, Mrs. R. H. The executive board of the matinee performance at the attended a banquet Monday ternoon's meeting at the Wo Thome. .- -e- and now head of a Botanical Exploring 14' I : 'I j j I

app, Mrs. Robert Miss.Judson Matilda, Garden Club of Stuart will hold theatre followed by refreshmentsat ,night at the Woman's Club. I man's Club. Acting as advisor to I' Mrs. R. R.-Tilton- and son, Mr. and Mrs H. A, Shepard Expedition to Brazil under n iI ,1 ',' I,
if. M. Stoner, home. Attending of the United' Na :
Ann's who auspices
Agnes their daughter, Helen,
pnUm... Mrs. John Hilton and Its regular meeting Monday at Berry,Mary Loyce Host for the occasion was Chapter the group working on home nursing Randy, V/ spending this week Ir I and I
were Fatty Mexlcana tourist tions.
Richard A. Tunley. The 10:JO a. m. This Is a change from Stewart, EmntaRuth P of Stuart, with members ol was Mn. Marie I McCullough I ; I I Miami visiting friends. operate the Corte I -e- I
lit Campbell, Sally home In West Palm Beach j
the usual Friday date to enable R, Fort Pierce, as guestsof with the girls on music -e-
pit meeting will be Oct. ,6,- It Donaldson, Bonnie Mc- Chapter working winter, have to Mrs. Blanche Slocum left yesterday !
the club's president, Mrs. Willa- honor The four banquet badges was Mrs. O. L. Edenfield; I I Mrs. Mary Hartman, socIety) during the gone 1 ,
announced. Hancock, Ann Antonio, Texas
u ford R. Leach, to attend. Mrs.Harry Cullough, Doris Goodman, tables were decorated to represent and helping on nature atudy was: editor of .the Stuart News, returned -I Enclnltas, California, where they for San visit with her I''
Shirley twO' 1
Slngletary, home. for a
Swlnglehurst will be hostess the four seasons of the year, Mrs J. F. Botone. to her home Tuesday are building a summer r f 1
U. J. S. BUTTON GIVES Bunny Bouguet, Sandra Davis, West -e- lOri, Charles E. Slocum and Mrs. j
to the group at her home, and guests were seated accord- from St. Mary's Hospital j
' FOR DAUGHTER Carolyn Pirtle and Peggy Mc- The handcraft group, Miss who motored Slocum. if.
.eaT! Mrs. L. E.: Ashley
The Sea Horse,with H.H.Thayeras Ing to the date of thel birth: Palm Beach, where she underwent j .
entertained Clung. Amy Hulj advisor, met Monday California with Mr. and -C-
Mrs Joe 8. Sutton co-hostess. A covered dish an operation 10 days ago, to
ir daughter Judy Taylor, one luncheon will be served at noon. days. night at the home of Mrs. M. J. e Mn. Don R. lAnes and has been Mr.- and Mn. Ralph Daniel A Jit"
< third birthday with. a party INTERMEDIATES Dr, C. A. Camel gave the address Morrison. Their work session After a week's visit with friends visiting them at their home In moved Into their new home on '

her Georgia Ave.home. Punch MRS. CARTER I HONOR MOTHERSMembers! of welcome, and Mrs. O.L. was preceded by an outdoor sup- In Palm Beach, Mrs. Her- Beverly Hills, was Joined recent- Fourth Street which they pur. ,

nd i pink and white-frosted NEW LIBRARIANMrs. I Edenfield arranged an entertainment and- per. man Qarms, who spent the win iiy by her son, Ensign James chased recently from ArthurDehon. a t

bit were served to Judy's seven .Jeanne Carter Is In charge of Intermediate program of games ter here at her home on Osceola I Ashley, who has been discharged ", .
oils who brought her many ot Martin County Library replacing department of the Baptist contests. Mn. L. C. Klckllter, left yesterday for her from the Navy after completing -ea- ,
of Martin Ave., 1
librarian Church will honor their mothers president of the host chapter. A large delegation several months tour of Mr. and Mn. Jack Whltlcar"left "ill,
atoms gifts Prlaes were won Mrs. Blanche Slocum; Northern residence. I !
j Rote\ Dial and Tommle Max- who Is on a twomonthtrip at a banquet at 1 p. m. tomorrow presided. County growers and cattlemen L. M. duty In China and Korea. yesterday for Fishers Inland, ," /Z'
at the church annex.Dr. C. headed by County Agent -e- New York, where Mr. Whlticar /,
teaches ,
ell Othen attending were to Texas Mrs.Carter I James Reardon and son. Jay ,
Carnal will be guest speaker.' Dr. Roger Hubbard whO' was Johnson, went to Fort C. was admittedto will be In charge: of the Yacht ,
alma Mae' Hall, Johnnie the 5th and 8th grades in the A. will leave,May IS for Lake Pleasant I Lloyd l
for field inTr'
automobile accident Monday a day arranged : will 1 rev
In an They !
until school Mrs. A. 8. Blair Is general chairman Injured r County HospitalThursday Club this I summer. j
j'ighton:Tommie Allen, Donnie Stuart school and Agent. N. Y, where he will operate "
Beach two by St. Lucie County ,
tiason and Sue Nell! Maxwell.Mr. Is out, Mrs Carroll Dunscombe, for the event. at Jensen ,'CA the Hamilton Inn and the Tam- night but Is reported I; turn to Stuart in October ': I
chairman of the library committee weeks ago: was discharged Fri- arak Club this summer. Mrs,,i to be "resting comfortably".Nudiagnosis 1 t :: .
Eugene, was oughtr-;
d will Fred A. Stafford has received day from Martin County Hos- )son, jimmy has been made by attending Ted was dinner
Mrs. William Otlllard for the Woman's Club Reardon and their, daughter I
and Mrs.
born & to Mr Board
to a major pital. He will convalesce at his May .1 Dr.J. D. Parker host Monday night to the
word of his promotion
r Salerno are the parents of a be In the library until i each Sheldon Baker at Martin County Terry will drive to Lake Pleasant; physician Club.
Re home at Eden on Indian River of Directors of the Kiwanis
aughter, born May 1 at Martin afternoon. Mrs. Slocum Is expected In the Army Air Corps Drive. Hospital 0 the first week In June. ----_.-----,------- I iii
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:y i SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings the WEEK IN STUART ii 1elerihda6 brrtixi before 3g-W need on Wednesday Ot11ce Pbost

I Member of the Young Peoples froji New York Qtj are _'

II\\'\\P\ Fern Horton Coleman; Engaged Garden Club's Miss Anne.GRIFFIN Griffin of New York May Queen Is CrownedAt Baptist Department church afternoon went of"to the Jensen for First, a Ing ding their Anniversary vacation. and with 50th Wet\V'g,

: uXl City and Henry Padgett of Kobe Beach Mr. and Mrs O. 'James Toto,of Stuart( 'Villa, k

:\ t To Robert Voss of Connecticut Last Meeting I I Sound the were Rev'united Thomas:: In Geary marriageby of 'Stuart High Friday L.picnic Edenfield supper.-were. -choperonea 'with Mitchell tM Hew has York been Sun eon t fdru*,,

c// St. Josephs Church here at I '
'c'f,' ,; I I Friday afternoon crowned Feature 'of the program was 1 Mr. and Mrs. O M. Mitchell past 40 years. '
'f City Commissioner and Mrs.: ; and ball at the Lord Baltimore Set MondayThe Phyllis Baker was
due -
Fort -
\ Mi, and Mrs. James Diamond May Queen of Stuart schools the appearance of the ;::: :;;
"Ji' I J. L. Coleman announce the engagement Hotel Mrs. Coleman Is In I club under -
:; of their daughterPern .. Baltimore for her daughters' of llobe Sound were attendants Friday morning In a Ceremony' Pierce high school glee I WIVES' ANa Mortise M DlMKlMD AIM
i Horton c to Robert Voss, son graduation Garden Club ot Stuart Also Included in the wedding on the lawn In front of the Log the direction of Miss Shelley
t { I Ann Clement' of Boston celebration Evans. The local high' school ALCOHOLISMWHITI
i or Mr and Mrs Robert Voss of After finishing Martin County will hold Its final meeting of party were cabin. The May Day ,
I" t Rant Haven, Conn. The wed- High School In May 1944, Miss the, fiscal year' at S:30 Monday I and llobe Sound, Randolph was arranged by the girls band. Wendell Waters gooeoahdry rrs.i.4 dull did woo6 w RsMiislis.. tha
''i 1"' I llng'Vlll be in the fallMiss I Coleman enlisted as a cadet, I at the Woman's Club. William I I bicker" flf Newburyport, Mass. physical' education department, furnished' music for the occasion CROSS HOSPITAL
and I llobe Sound and Mr anaMls of which Miss Edith Glenn is Inez WON ow intw..nns
t Coleman was graduated nurse an,1.M'tan I I her training[ Heudry' JI" ol Okeechobce will Official hostesses were
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Crowe, Hobe Wester Case c.itn8 ATM heosbsre. t1
Marvjn H ,
Miss Oametla i
calmlluim head.
( yesterday from the nurses' train.i that August!, present a program on Powell, Belle Borone. and Betty Ing school of franklin Square' Mr. and Mrs. L. t. Hill and Although only a senior In highschool ;:Sound. crowned the queen. Miss Baker Huff I
Hospital, Baltimore, Graduation, daughter Patricia' formerly {it' young Heudry the I: The bride wore a gown of bluecrepe was chosen for the honor as one --- -
; UftFI I with white accessories and of the outstanding! girl athletesIn '\ :
exercises< were held in St Luke Stuart and now of Washington, largest collection In -
I, Episcopal Church in the after., D C. were also guests at the' Ida of these plants, and has bred! A corsage of yellow' Ophelia. school.
noon; followed ,by a receptionat new specimens himself He will roses. Angelina Constance was narrator
the nurses home The new graduation ceremonies" Miss describe: his hobby, his;. techniques I -I A reception for about 20 guests, for the proctvdon andtraced
I graduates and alumnae were Hill and Miss Coleman' were' and bring apechnen'plants' I I, friend' of the bride and groom, the history ot May Day 1,9
honor guests last night at a bane high athool, clmtsmatei: with. him llmdry Is an Eagle was: held at the home of Mr. Ginger Jamison was court jester I'IlfRJ
; Scout with three' palms He I It. and Mrs. Crowe. The refreshment :-Ilower' girls were Mary Mar 1
'r table was beautifully deeiru.ed French, Sandra Ringle,
II RECEPTION; : SCHEDULED : earh guest' Places were mark..dwith the son of SUe: Representative garet
: with cut Tlowers' and
miniature baskets In and Mrs. William Henclry of Carol 1 McCullough Joanne Mann
pastel I
I' .Reception of young people' chades More than 44 memberswere Okwhobee centered with a three-tiered Jean Lorenzo Shirley Kleubens l ;;
,. Into the church will mark the present for the dinner Garden Club members will'' wedding' cake Mrs Padgett has leading symbolic animals were .
Mothers Day 11 a. tn service at which was followed\ by a regu- wear flower hats of their own I been' an employe' of the Jupiter Betty Lou Meggett and Olive
the Presbyterian church Sunday lar business sesMon In charge" dnlgn Hostesses for UK afternoon Inland Club for the past several I Burgess Also In the processionwere Streit
Dr. C. A. Carrlel pastor of of arrangements were' Mrs me Mrs W. C Arnlur, Mrs.1 years and Mr. Padgett' Is employed Mig Allman, Leona Chose,
the church, will speak on "What Gladys Perry Mrs Sue Chaion. J. I E!: Taylor and Mrs Paul JrOl'n-1 M caretaker of several Jerry Smith, Wanda Scott, and 1 Easy Chair Y,
i Jesus Christ Means to Me." and Mrs Ralph M 'rrlURF uhel.CBCR'If' large estates on Jupiter Island. Mary Lou Darner,. dressed to M (
Binlly Morrison, will lead the, I After a short wedging: trip thecouple represent each' sport 10 the I .
------ will reside, at Hobe SoundRERFKAIIIODGR 1 e '>
youth meeting Sunday night at school: curriculum. Cabinets il
CIASS i.oinsKHfRtn .. Kitchen
7':30 at the Episcopal parish IK ROSS MEET : : IIISII SIPPER I -- -- -- Performing' the traditionalMay \,"

house. I'' The Board of Directors ol The friendship class: of the' 1101 I>!S BANQUET MONDAY 44 j, Pole dance were Martha DINETTE SUITES
Fegram' Betty Morrison, BettyJo 5
Martin chapter American
REREKAIIS OBSERVE Baptist! Church Sunday School I'
Royal Palm Rebekah Lodge 44 Blantoh, Joyce Powell Clarice
MOTHERS DAY I Red Cross. will hold a special -'I entertained the Bob Baker class held a banquet Monday night In Sheats, Mary, Alice DeLoach,
Royal Palm Rebekah Lodge, meeting at a o'clock: Friday I Tuesday' night with a covered I Woodmans/ Hell In observance of June Bowden Rosle Dlas Jovel
No H IOOF, observed Mother's: night at the chapter offices In dish supper In the church annex.After .+:Mothers Day Sunday and to wel- I Howard Joan, Wright, Thelma
Day with a banquet Monday the Dehon Bldg. Final decision supper >t the class regular come new members Into the Bishop, Jean Brown, Joyce Lden- DESKS AND SECRETARIES
night at Woodman Hall. The monthly meeting plans Were, lodge. I field, Patsy p,. VelmaSavage
will be made on the purchase of AnOO. TABLE and FLOOR LAMPS Y
I made for redecorating' the class
banquet tables were decorated Torly-four members were and ]iwnahan
a lot, and work will begin Immediately room. This work will start l
t with vart-colored spring flowers present Tables were deC tell 9 pc.:. DINING ROOM SUITES
and fern. There was'a corsage on the chapters new Monday night with husbands of with ferns and spring flowers
of red and white carnations for I permanent' headquartersWIRA claw members volunteering to and each member wore a carna- MRS SPICER ENTERTAINSACE PORCH GLIDERS SPARTON RADIOS
r do the job.Attending HIGH BRIDGE CLUB
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the Tuesday supper Mothers Day Special vocal Mrs. R. O Spicer entertained -MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS-
were Mrs, Andrew Pittman, Mrs numbers were given by Mrs.|;
I members' of the Ace High Bridge
Harvey Homlar,Mrs John O'Day.) Frances Ferguson accompanied:
I I Mrs Vivian Taylor Mrs. Herman by Mrs. Edith Smith. Club Saturday afternoon at her
home tn St. LucIe Estates
Relti Mn Helen Arnold, Play- I Use Our Budget PlanJOE I
Ing were Mrs. E A. Mennlnger
d I Mr. and Mrs, J, B. Stewart Mr RCNCII: IN COSTA RICA
Mrs Aihby Arbogast, Mrs Web
.: and Mrs Earl Tlllman Mr and
I Mrs William 1. Hayboer, Mr.I Trice French' production: manager Ordway, Mrs. R. B. McPheTSofT
t} ; Mutual Broadcasting System and Mrs. W. R. Baker, Mr. and of Shark Industries, and Mrs\ Eddie Lee Smith, Mri T. B TIDWELL MatiagarMATHER

GOOD LISTENING, EVERY DAY I Mrs. J:. H. Hall/ Mr. and Mrs.I Capt. Charles Anderson of the Parish and Miss Emma Luckert.
,Joe T. Moaley Mr. and Mrs. Cecil company fishing boat' Hammerhead -
ALL DAY, ON I Donaldson Mr. and Mrs E. A. have gone ton Costa A program on stewardship was
I Rica to study shark held by the Woman Missionary
Lewis. J. C. Anthony and. Cecil j
I M' I J. Moore methods on the Pacific coast Society of the Baptist Church
f WIRAStrUng ( I of the Island. They expect to Tuesday afternoon at the church
two weeks month J. P. Blakeslee was In
BAIL SET SATURDAY I spend or a annex
Mahj I"JSthicle and Indian Bluer Counties II fishing the waters of the Pacific charge of the program on which 1//.,
St. Joseph Mothers' Day ball I' with shark fishermen' to see If Mrs Marian Ballou Flail: gave an I OF FORT PIERCE
Our Martin County Representative will be held Saturday night from 'I they can discover methods which'inspirational talk: on steward
yf 8'30 p. m. to i a. m. at the Civic can be applied' to their own fleet.I II ship of time, talents and posses-
j .-a MRS FRANCES C. SMITH I Center. There' will be dancing I. The company Is planning additions -i sions. Sharing the program 116 H. 2ND STREET PHONE sa
Phone 119-W I
Stuart, Florida
to IU! own shark: fishing: with Mrs.' Flak: were Mrs. A. O.
4 t- I fleet Plttman, and Mrs. Ronald Cross, .
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III II II till 1111 l// where returned Mrs.to Piney'the Ensey had home FURNISHING POWER FOR FLORIDA'S THRIVING, EAST' COAST Cadwell served refreshments of them as far u Roselle, N J,: of the serious Illness of Gordon ''t \l" J j 11} ,i J j
NEWS OF'River a' waffle fruit juice, homemade cake and where she will visit with her' Tldmarah who first started the '
them maple: syrup supper awaiting cookies. Attending were Mrs. sister, Mrs. Miriam Banim and little grocery her the past win J"1/:i ;y
Drive Henry Crews, Mrs. Kate Rauler- fanail She will also relieve the I ter. On arriving In Long Island 1 i. 1y; .((1
son, Mrs. Elena Oregorle, Mrs. M. Rev. Packard of much of -the he entered hospital and Is still i i' 'i\\ r ,
VIVA CLUIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Miss Madge Malane, Tallahassee H. Billingsley, Mrs William Car driving going north. i In serious condition. He sold i r' ;J
fj and Fort Fierce, was the ron Mrs. Jolan Blasko, Mrs. Mr. and Mr*. E.: W. Stossel, jr., the store to Mr, and Mrs. d. W. """It,,;;- r
Iy / } week end guest ft Mr. and Mrs. Mary Porter, Mrs. M. B. FUk, art making headway wltn their Barrett of Swanton" Ohio and ,1\\ 4 .:\
A. YOVNOBEROU Leland Hubb-j-a. For dinner Mrs. H. L, Packard, Mrs. !:'I'a- new home which they have been they now have Very fIne stockof .
p ISsCOMMISSIONER and card flames Saturday evening belle Feinauer, Mrs. George working on for some time It is goods and a good trade. III,
IS OF FIELD SURVEY they were Joined by Fletcher Smith, Mrs Ralph Mallory, Mrs.R. located on Palmetto Way, west, Mrs. R. R. Wallace' of Palm (,,1.1
Gilbert A. youngoerg Russell of Ankona. i R. Wallace, Mrs. Paul DeVlll- of the S. O. Crews home i City Farms Is employed at'the 4 ]t11 I, ; ,
era! blss,< Mrs. Jack Lisle, Mrs. Charles T. Grover resident' office of the Home Demonstration .ii ji"f
ChIef Engineer Eugene ,
oUle, Mr. and Mrs. E.: R. Ensey and a ],
Dls- of Palm about nine J
Navigation City I
years 1
INland tort Donald spent Tuesday In land, Mrs. LaVerne Van Ness, :
IMS mured Fletcher Ru ago, has' returned' and built 11
County Comml Tropic ,visiting Mr. Ensey' Miss Inscoe and the hostess himself a small: metal house on I 11 1.+" j
LucIt mother Mrs. )
George F. Ensey. I Mrs. Cadwell.
Foot Itch
District Cornell Ave. near Sth St. Mr.1 j A :

Hit]111 oi'his Intention to make Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Merwln I City The Church Ladles held Aid their of the all-day Palm Orover met with an accident Not Hard To Kill.1: : j ; t
ofRivet while In the northwestern I
eagle field Investigation were Sunday hosts to Judge meeting at the home of Mrs. partof In One Hour 'Y'i; I:' '
with a view of de- the United States in whichhe ,
to form Islands Flem Dame and Dewey Crawford 6 i Victor Conklin at Eden, north of suffered a broken back and oe .nt M-.....rant Mw hwk mt my'lira I f fta
spoil Fort : .
nf Pierce; Mr and Mrs. Jensen, yesterday. .bow. TK-OL. KTRONU (imtlrliW roiiln. I
line rather other Injuries. Mrs. Orover! .
tM high water Jefferson Beaman, of OM ].I.hol.T 'uaalsATuo. i .
I lame promiscu- formerly I Tomorrow promptly at < p. m, passed away some years ago In' a.a,0,.. MotU. 5wew kiLl. Sea N.h. "i"; I
to deposit White city and Mrs Fred pun. a grilled supper or picnic will\ beheld ::::; ; '
1 in river waters forming phy of Eldred. California. I STUART- DRUG ll' i :'
the Ii
on church grounds 8TOA t
shoals and .Impeding,local Word ha been received here! .. .
navigation. from .the Palm City -_ /' : 1f /
feet Leaving Edenlawn last Friday: Church. This supper Is given $: f '
of Oen. ;
i determination and catching a Pan American ;honoring the Rev. and Mrs, Harrison i jtQ'FUGATE {
requesting a plane at Miami for a short vacation L. Packard to show, the ,
uon Russell such acM atual In Nassau were Mr. and MORE POWER FOR FLORIDA! Developing M.MI horsepower, Florida Power and Light Company's; community's appreciation for and GREENLEESEngineering f

| Commissioner i meeting held Invine Mrs.Merwln Victor and'Conklin Arthur, Dumond Phillips. newly' finished generating station at Riviera, Fit, b now pumping electricity Into the company's; 'I their farewell fine to work them.here The and new as grill a : ;I

last January. While there they"were guests at state-wide transmission system, providing for the Immediate apd future growth of areas served bjr; i recently installed as a perman- ,
Blue Prints
RANCH HOUSE the Royal 1 Victoria hotel. the company; Several' thousand visitors have inspected the huge plant. The station covert tl acres 'ent fixture will be used for the Surveying Jqf; 1

._?CONSTRUCTIONthe and Its turblni-ceneralorlareelt single unit In Florida Power'and Light Company'i; entire system, first time. This picnic will take r \ ., ,I
A dessert course was served to the place of the banquet for the Estimates Submitted on Request 'I '\ !
Drive at Eden the first Mrs. Louis Bell! Edason Miss whirls its blades at.a speed faster than sound. 'Packards of which notice has '

action of a western ranch Amey Hultt, Mra. R. H. Escottof been given.Mrs. 303 E. 4th STREET STUART FLORIDA : j', '
It under construction by Eden and ,
Mrs. R. Griffith Clarence Feinauer will 'f'
..dor! Herbert Oass of Jen- and Mrs. Charles Moehle of rival of a daughter, Mary Elizabeth their monthly, luncheon meeting I I leave Monday; with the Rev and PHONE 311 1 :w : *I !
or Kin Georgia Turner and Walton last Friday when they weighing ( pounds, 3 when Mrs. Mary Walker, past Home Mrs Packard and accompany f n 1 I'' \
met at the home of Mra. Leland ounces, born Saturday, April 28. matron of Oakland chapter 233 ___ d f'r.1 "d"j!
Genrestaurant Hubbard In Walton. These wo- Mr. and Mrs; Pelosl are among Oakland,.N. J.. was an honored DemonstrationNotes r
men, with Mrs. Hubbao- as the' younger contingent of the guest. Assembling for the at- 1 ; is.w. .
ill hart a brown tile roof chairman, form the entertain Drive. They have another child, fair were Mra. R. V, Ankeny, i' ,
specially for It and as- ment committee of the newly- Bobby. Mrs. Viola Wilson, Ankona; Mrs. I
lie floors. There will be formed Walton-Eden Property Max Shanefleld, Mrs. Don Ro- By !MISS LUCILE INSCOE "

Ho to the west, 1 rooms 2 Owner's club and met for query "'Robert Ounn Waterloo, Iowa, manello, Eldred: and Mrs. Mary I ORA'S STYLE SHOPWe
n, guests room, garage and and'discussion. A games party and winter resident In Stuart, Carlin, Mrs. Clyde Cato Mrs. W CHILD WELFARE IMPORTANT
drj all In exact replica, and was planned for Friday evening, was a guest Thursday of Fletcher W. Link, Mrs. rt. W. Luther Mrs This week, national Homed'I
colorful vistas and glamor May 18, to which members may Russell of Ankona. Their Arthur Richter, Fort Pierce and Demonstration Week, Is a
lutlful landscaping on the Invite their friends. friendship dates back 50 years. Mrs. E. P. DeFriest, Mrs. F. A. time to talk about child health ,
vet of river frontage. The Oowdy and Mrs. O. Rlngdahl, as well as the home demonstration -
Htj was purchased from Mrs. Mlnnle Taylor: of Walton Mrs. D. W Frye and her sister White City. club, for the latter la very Wish to Thank the People of Stuart s i
Tomer's nephew,<"Chuck" was the dinner guest of Mr. and Miss Eleanor Van Fossen, closely concerned with the welfare -
of Jensen Beach. Mra. H. (9. Bond In Fort Pierce Mrs. Viva Clark Roat was a
man have closed the Frye winter homeIn of children. Special attention and Vicinity for their to our t
Sunday Mrs. dinner guest Monday evening In response li
Taylor's cousin Artkona, leaving Sunday for was given to child healthIn 1 1
and Mrs. Coney Stubbs. a and winter guest Miss Mary their northern residence In Pitts the E.: R. Ensey home In Walton. many parts of the nation \last
Uy married couple from Casey, left recently for her homeIn b rgh. week, and It la appropriate to
can, also John Rogersthat New York. Her departure was Dumon Merwln and Arthur continue our consideration of I .
town and Robert Ree- followed this week by Miss Katherine -i The W. C. Wilsons of Ankona Phillips co-owners of a nursery; this highly Important subject ; SaleTHE
t fort Pierce, were Sunday Smith of Boston who has left Sunday by automobile for business In Edenlawn, have 450 during home demonstration 0 Opening
u la the E. R. Ensey home been a three week's visitor In Ypsilanti, Mich., where they will bougainvillea plants now in full week and In fact,, during every y;
''ilton. After the young peo- Mrs. Taylor's home spend the summer among their bloom In varied colors. The flowers week of the year.If I I
including Miss Katherine I children residing In that State. are a wonderful sight and our farms, communities,I '
1 and Donald Ensey, spent Mr. and Mrs. Francis X. Peloslof are perfect for kodachrome film States and nation are to continue ( :
Jar on the ocean beach they Eden are announcing the ar-I' Mile Jessie Miller and her fans. The public Is Invited to to advance, the ) 5w ,r1t
cousin Pete Miller who has been view the flowers at any time of today must be
spending the winter In Eden Merwln said urging that visits will have strong bodies'oungster.1 \ ,, ,
Racine WIs. motored to be made In the Immediate future knowledge good minds tl ,
from +
[ones Well'Drillin'g and PlumbingQuick Bradenton Beach last Friday because the blooms soon will be spirits to cope with 4 >l s.e r THE BIOINVENTORY
where they went to estimate and gone and the plants are to be lems that will fact { # e ;
Service. W. try to please you moved for planting In the Snug + 1
repair damage done to Miss Miller' they grow up.
Inquire at Harbor area next week.LABORATORY thousands of 11 is r '
beach < home which was Every year,
349 W. 6th Stilt. caused by extreme and unusual children lose their lives or are
SYDNEY JONES high tides. READIED handicapped throughout their ;1: : SALE : '
lives In accidents' and diseases ,
Jacksonville, ''May > ''-' The
.0. Box 1048 PHONE Stuart Florida"DANCE
Miss Wicker left dur- that could be And this
Anne f. Florida State Board of Health's. prevented. .., ,
ing the! week end for a short stay first mobile laboratory for mak los ''Of young people or of their w.l 1''
In Daytona Beach before pro- ing "on the spot" surveys of future ability or accomplishment ,+ IS STILL IN PROGRESS
ceeding to her home In Vidalia, stream pollution, shellfish areas, Is a very tragic problem that It I I Is
CONTEST TONIGHTPRIZES Qa., after a visit to her brother, restaurants and the like Is near- la up to the adults to solve A p

TO THE WINNERS L. W. Wicker, and to Mrs. VivaC. Ing completion and will be readY; Many agencies are working to .
Roat In Walton. to go Into action within the next reduce the great loss the nation a .
Dot and Larry Simmonds 6 4 -
I week or: so, according to DavidB suffers every year through preventable t .._, -a r
Entertain Mr. and Mrs. J. Waring and accidents and Illnessesof r
Lee, chief.sanitaryengineerThis ( I
D.-. pal J...., Faint W.I... their daughter Miss Rosamond its children i The home demonstration
Orclmlr. n........ ... ...,.,*., HIM Waring, have moved from Indian "traveling" laboratory Is a club, the membershipof SEVERAL HUNDRED)
THE Saturday FOR River Drive to The King's High- SVi-ton war surplus truck pur- which usually Is made up of
ms" way west of Fort Pierce, chased from War Assets Administration mothers or women who are specially GOOD BUYS OF THE LATEST STYLES IN ALL r iI'
Interested in children. Is THE FOLLOWING LINES :
PALM CLUB and equipped to make n
'Mn. J. W. Lowrie, of Eldred contributing In this undertak- "

... I M.... Nth W StMrt, rc<.bnl, Hlr ". 'P. was hostess' to members of any necessary laboratory 'an- ing.Because Junior Misses and Women's Dresses :: ,h t
.., ...... c-. Emera Circle O.EB. Friday for; alyses. mothers are more con-

cerned about their children than Sun Dresses. Play Suits j {
anyone else, and because! the .

Is nome to help demonstration the home clubs and aim the Swim Suits of all Types. :

children In it, the home demon- +
"- stration club is capable of doing r
much for young people.It YOU STILL HAVE Lingerie and'
will take the continued
cperatlon of all agencies interested ;

In child welfare to Insure THATMother's Socks i I
health and happiness for the :
children of this and coming gen-
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LAUNDERALLls the Product- of Years Research Designing, Engineering and Mrs H. M. L'Heureux i

Testing by Jacob's. Engineers.; :'have been 1; of a named announced 9 Ib. C o Douglas*.the boy birth who Bruce.May has Every Item In This Store Marked Down ''a

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Mother and child both are doIng -

BETTER BUILT. TO DO A BETTER JOB, Mrs.well.LUeureux's They are at later the,homeof Mrs. for :' .

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Charles Mayes, in Stuart.
: The faint City, mall for the
DOES YOUR?ENTIRE.CASHING( AUTOMATICALLY summer season will arrive at Quick Sale !
8:45: a. m. and leave at J.50: a. m.
ONLY 3 THINGS TO DO--Put_ ,Clothes in Top-Fil-Dooi'U- ADD SOAPFLIP. The change in time began Saturday -
and will continue until the
THE SWITCH ,. 'v usual change In train. arrivals in ,
r\: w. "
the fall.
BETTER R -Verso-Rol Washing Action! ,' Mra. Lena Petgla of Miami arrived During Sale Store will bo open from :
WASHING / . at the home of her par-

No Bending or Stooping' Launderall i is Waist High!,' nts May,, 1.Mr.She and expects Mrs. J.to D.remainIndeflnltelJ' Petty', '1lgAt 8:30: A. M. to 5:30: PM., ,-

with them.

IT'S SAFER TOO! SaftiLatchStops' AH Moving Parts Instantly 1. Packard The Rev.are and leaving Mrs Harrison by auto: t! and I':

Dried Dripless and Dewey' Monday, for their home In An- .
READY: are Damp trim, N. H.. The church service '
FOR TH"E ,LINE Fri /, 2i.a: Open Till 9 P. M, Saturdays'We '
/ on Mothers Cay May 11, will be 'i" '" ,
heir \last work in the church' ,
.CAPACITY' Washes UP to 10 Full Pounds hero due to their resignation I on .11 IJ J
of .
account 111 health The services '
FACTORY TRAIHED SERVICE MAN ON-HAND to install U lId.raU i i In Your Hom Brine Your ciith r on Mothers Day will be called f S "
; at 10:45: which is earlier than close at .Noon Wednesdays :
uld J
Come .In Today: 10; .fREE, DEMONSTRATION'j: ;; : .r., usual, ,as a.children's programwill ; r

oo\iJ precede the church service.All
WE CAN MAKE IMMEDIATE DELIVERY' ; members and friends here
and in Stuart are urged .to at-

tend." On Monday at 2 the Home :ORA'S
AR 'J Demonstration Club met at the .
.COUNTY home"bf Mrs. a B. Cadwell with .,.
Miss Inscoe, the county demonstrator ..
KELLER ,The making of felt handbags "OSCEOU AVE UE"' S1UAR' ,
DEHoN BUILOINC .. *+ PHONE 81 A' J. W. ,,, Mgr.Y. r
'" '. was demonstrated and the
member sewed on them Mrs -
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o 'i vb .a ,l.ma.

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i f CE.It SIXTEEN THF,eTIUBT: HTWS, STIURt. a, Martin. county. ,. .FIORIDATHIJR8DAT. .). !. MVT- .e, 1M1"!
, It '8 Ml woods fire burned pent
almost two fires These many a1eeplea.
.,..1.1I said "That's all and many more 11001 acre of valuable timber- fighting woods fires
District Forester Some Kind f' I a day year ea
I I I REBUILD and CONVERT Lakeland Seeks a day, for us when you realize\ land at as estimated damage of a careless} smoker oran ,_
, The cost wtuld have unknown
from person
,d'it' : YOUR OLD MATTTRESS; 'Grasslands I that October duet through of our fires March occur 80 you b$13,166.any thousand of dollars fire deliberately, wb
t with Tropical Tree for Florida's Vast can Imagine what a problem we more but for the efficiency of Most: of Florida cacti
firefighting fire
i \ DeVanel hard working
: from Lakelandto Ore caused dell
: have In an area
\. ,! + INNERSPRJNGSCALL ._ __ __ I Miami crews, most of whom_Continued On taa: Se

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i Call for year mattress

( ,I: ((11.;{' Rep Completely,...,"*" usable rebuild filling your 'El; &tcal Equipment?

, { ''l ,j }mattress supplying tht f"lt } C O

,I )" t lowing. Innerspring new material unit .: One thing's certain

Burlap and
Sisal' insulating pad d YOU'LL FIND IT AT .*

i'' 0 Layers of felt

,. *Button tufts '
I ';I 0 ACA covering
; = Gibson Eleerl. Ranges
'f' 0 Handles for turning
u.. Elejtro-Mlie rort.Gfo _
I .rpi Hand rolled edge et I 3 V
; r Washers for Apartment! Use!
,'; Completely rebuilt s1
Atr-Void Electric Water Healers,
mattress will be
1 : J, 6 and T-gallons = iHolliwood
returned within /
1 t Electric BrollenSllek = a

I" 48 Hours and Cory Coffee Makers = ct t s,
two-burner Electric Hok-plales N'n0tiro
G.E. Tacmm CleanersElectric _

I .. '. $24.75 ,/ 14 let tread Freezer "4'oem
i Mattresses
i Box Springs t tFMv
An expert on tropical forestry, District Forester Claude DeVane

Studio Divans looks over his nursery of tropical plants at Lakeland after the It's a big woods fire that calls for District Forester Claude De- APPLIANCE
severe cold snap In February, Here he lovingly touches one of Vane's personal attention. Here DeVane gives fire\ fighting Instructions "
; Direct From his tropical forest babies Trhtania contorts from India to radio dispatcher Eler Splvey at Valrico Splvey 202 Osceola Are, Opposite City Fire Dept
which appears to hare withstood the cold well radios the Information to ranger Elliott Cvrbett and a crew of'
Manufacturer ,....... firefighters driving to the fire just north of tamp*.
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To YouAt Vane explained, "1s type of:1 160,417,acres of timberland I
!topical tree which will produce tected by the Florida
good timber fast something Service.
similar to our pines But prO-I
I REAL SAVINGS we "Why, 881 fires In a
want a tree that will grow fasterIn
enough to keep a are
Y Special Attention I II South Florida than our pines. busy most of the time
And It must be a tree with a' .
I \, To/ great commercial use, a tree I
,J Hotels which will produce good lumber
)t poles, pilings and crosstles. TOWING SERVICE
Y 4 ') Tourist Courts .C"I Even: though his Interest In "t"- ,

tropical forestry absorbs some HOURS A DAY
i Apartments of this time, 'DeVane spends afOR
most of his time on fire control WE ARE THE OFFICIAL REPRESENTATIVE
activities. And from October
I {; Visit Our' Stores through March he stay as busy AAA IN MARTIN COUNTY
as a doctor with not even the
J: AT nights or week ends to call his NOT

Fort Pierce\ I A* chief administrative officer STRANDED JUST CALL
I of the Florida Forest Service In
f Sleep Shop his district, It I Ia, DeVane lob to
supervise all
t. District Forester Claude DeVane dictates a letter to Mrs Jessie ] problems on. forestry .
I 120 North 2nd St. his His records show that
Brltton secretary
F', I last year in his district alone Federal Highway Phone 291
/ (Next to Horton'f) there were 661 woods, fires oil
It \ You'd think it strange to see District Forester Claude De-
j't .. or a Brazilian Jungle growing In I Vane Is doing his best to naturalize .
1 'w Florida. But the day may be 1 several kinds of foreign trees
: A i Dubbins Sleep Shop close at hand when you will ice I and make good American citlf -
/ i Just that. of them. He carries on his
: Or It might be a forest from i experiments In a nursery at'
1910 S. Dixie
'r Iq far off India, Johore, Dutch I 1 Lakeland where the district office ANNOUNCINGTHE
j I*t V West Palm Beach Guiana, Indo-China, Malaya, Is located.
Egypt; or neighboring CUba. Florida native pine doesn't
". Phone 4830 That Is, you may see this one I grow so well In many parts of
I, I I of these days It you go south of South Florida and years ago De-
Lakeland, Vane realized that some kind of OPENING OF THE,
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tropical tree successfully trans-

\ I Bath Room Tile and Asphalt Tile I the planted problem In Florida of those might thousands solve
t of Florida acres of grasslands In South U-WASHET LAUNDRYETTE

I I Also Supply of Belgian Tile in various colors
rl DeVane began study tropi-
V4 and 3 16
I'j j o"seltES: : cal forestry and he read all the
INST ALLATIO 2091/2 South Avenue
books he could find on the subject Albany (Opposite Woman's Club)
i Tile Baths Dramboards Porches of From his studies, he decided .
Quarry Tile there were a number of
I FORT PIERCE TILE& CONSTRUCTION CO. species suitable for experiment. MONDAY MAY 12TH 1947.
He wrote to foresters In far cor- ,
E. HOWLETT ners of the world anywherethat
ti the climate was similar to
I N" r O Box 1111 Phone 717 lit N' 18th St., Fort Pierce that of South Florida. DeVane
"/ atN exchanged seed of native Florida
trees for seed of the foreign SOFT WELL WATER
Starting actual experiments Is
I I'I' 1939 when he joined the Florida .
J, Forest Service, DeVane set up a '
"t'\ tropical forestry nursery on the I NEW MAYTAG MACHINES FREE PAttKiNC'

The of Stuart outskirts of Lakeland. Easy to Operate IV. AREA
4' Thanking People To protect his precious young N
II seedlings, DeVane built a lat PLENTY OF HOT WATER FREE PLAT PENS .
tlced enclosure with .
a door and
y\,1,I I FOR COOPERATION AND lock. He wasn't worried about ,FOR BABIES .1
the Florida sun on those trop! All the above are included in our regular low rates.. .
'I FRIENDSHIP cal plants,: but there might be
Intruders :" curious i persons
,15 with a yen for the exotic beauties 60 PER HOUR
During the Period of Our Ownership And DeVane wasn't taking MINIMUM,
any chances with his forest

f OF babies Carefully planting the seeds of EACH ADDITIONAL MINUTE 1

each type of tree In small clay ,/
pots, DeVane then placed them
In the nursery In a marked location This Business Is
to prevent errors Then It Through Popular Demand

EXTENDING OUR GOODWILL TO THE I' rain remained to do for their Florida's work. sun and Also (for your convenience; we cad supply you, at reasonable prices, the_ following* *' \

When the plant became large .
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NEW OWNERS enough they were transplanted SOAP I BLUING : /
# In various Of the '
areas district READY.MADE STARCH
.' so further Information could be CLOTHES piNS _
}(. obtained over a period of yean. BLEACH BASKETS ,. ". :
"I haven't been able to select
{ any particular tree yet as the I
a We are the owners of all accounts due Ora's best for our purposes DeVane DRYING LINES
to says, "but I have learned that .
Style' Shop up May 2, 1947. We wilt. many of the trees Fee experimented

appreciate having these accounts cleared with can't stand the oc- '
t + I easlonal/CBtdt spells which bit
; up as soon as possible because of this change Florida'any sometimes even UUW'ASHETe
'chills Mlam ."
tn ownership. All al( ns :
lay-aways are our The cold nvap of the past

home, 392 East Fourth Street, Stuart February sent DWane hurrying

}(.' over weather to his his nursery warmed plant 4 up*He lOOn a found bit to u look several the Open Monday Through Friday, 7:30: A. M. to x,3P.: Mo

b jy the of cold his prize but others prospects appearedto killed Saturday 7:30:: A. M. 12:30: ''P""'M.

MR. and MRS. C. T. SWEAT have withstood the wintry

1 blast well. . .E.MASTIN. Proprietor:,
1 What wet looking for. -Deatya l .


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r THE!: !BTOAjtT.NIWS: ,.BTTJART. Martin .County!, :_riORIDi. \ THURSDAY,\ MT. I,.IM. PCr. :_SrVFNTFEN, _: .
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I SAXOPHONISTS AWAIT CONTEST CALLThese fort Closely: with the Florida line! plowing I155 joined the Florida Forest t )
".I ACCURACY .I. .. ,COURTESY SERVICE I CIVIL SERVICE :: :.. Forest Service In protecting their Even though he didn't Join the Service he ran his PI.'DtCIty l i "'
CICI Abstract & Title, Iiutlrince: Co. Inc. timberland from fire, and In Forest Service until 1930,DeVane farm-, was an Inspector with theState '
: | Using the most approved methods had always been Interested la Plant Board, an appraiserfor 1' '
AlwtracU -U> Escrows Title! Insurance POS'rSOPEN' I
""bI of forestry plant life He grew up on a the Federal Land Bank at I
l0| Victory Arcadj+ Stuart Florid.lOWERSlFor The small acreage planted was farm near Plant City on the Mulberry Tampa, Inspector for the Production ,I i', I 1
nw! lIecause of war-time shortages Road and In 1(20 he was Credit Association' t'; {,I'', I
eU regional; graduated from the Universityof plant City and was a supervisorof f'' :.
The 8th office!!!! of the but next year the Forest Service'stwo I I
?e I- : tr & Civil service Cotnfhlsiilon! nurseries at Olustee and Florida with a B3 degree In I WPA projects Hlllsburough !;I 4 1.:i' I'_:I
In Atlanta Is adlielting! apptle.1tloni Munson expect to produce 10-, Agriculture From then until I County. I '1 I III
\ All from the general! puMl4 000,000 seedlings It must be remembered
OCCASIONS In an examlhatlori adhdunbement Y r + pine forests reseed : : r
for sohe deputy! collector I themselves, producing millions "DINE ahd DANCE" : I f 1r
OUQUETS *,fcORSACEi ,. CUT FLOWERS office Auditor for' prbb.ttbhal of young pines every year But I '
(leading to permanent! ) tppblnt- because man-caused fires destroy !
FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS ment to positions with the various millions of acres of timberevery AT
DOMESTIC: nd IMPORTED C RAMiCSSMITf'S collector Offices\! UI'f'or\ 0 I year, man must assist nature : 1 !f
Internal Revenue, lotated! M the! n nal6aix In growing pines f'
; FLORAL & GIFT SHOP five Southeastern States bf Alabama Timberland owners may Call\ SEYMOUR'S INN '.i
<:: Florid. Georgia. Sbuth! on DeVane for advice about fire
WE WIRE FLOWERS Carolina and ttHheuH\ The! I control or woodland !nanageI TASTY. DELICIOUS FOOD i uX' '1
. entrance salary is,$2,844 a year I ment and he will help them ; ..: A4 1
\rc.de Bldg, 5th Slr Ft. Pierce Phone 310-J Veteran who qualify in thtfc But In each district there .IS at Mixed DrinkBeer on Draft ; ,,
examination will be given pri* least one farm forester who does I J I I II
ference as provlHed! tot In the nothing else but woodland management I HEAR GENE ON THE SOLOVOXSTEAKS t\.11 : ;I \ 'I
Veterani Preference! Act of 1"44. work and DeVane '!l I, ',I
For descrlptlbrt 61 duties, fortns usually refers such requests to ,and SEAFOOD : ''d<; i :' ;
to file and other! Informatlbh him. DeVane advises landowners .
(r see examination anriouric hiehl( on fire protection methods OUR SPECIALTY ; 'i4 j f' w C rll.
s No 5-186 and the! commission 1 such as plowing fire lines, con- Jensen Beach SEYMOUR GIDEON b I ,, :,
local secretary! Mrs B rta trolled burning where necessary! ( :
1 1"I Stuart at the Stuart Post- Or - MI.-.) Do.Ut II.... Photo and If necessary obtains forest Owner rf) .f II

1l ( fice or apply at any lit or ihd high school uxophenlstf hold a lut-minute warmup ,.service equipment to do the fire .. _-'.-- i t L-, : ., I
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class Post Office! located In the -- ----- 1 '
five States. Before being tailed to compete In the State band festival! In .. : I
fi I
Application must\ be received Miami April 14 Each was allotted seven mlnutei U play apiece I' f 1H I
CLEAN by the U. S. Clvl) Service Com- I from left to right they are Stan Karllnf of Miami High I I',(I ( ,
I mission's regional office Irt Atlanta School, Louis Stalnaker. of Palm Beach High School and Dorothy .. : : /

j be not adaptable later thai next! Tuesday CfbnU division of ratlnfStUARf Martin. County High School Miss .ClonU won tint : THE C"7'-cJ 'W-- .GIFT l'l':a'I j i: IJI.y

MURPH! 'S QUALityHDUg. : fI 11\], :1'f\ ""ifr
!;: PAINT MARTIN ..COUNTY I District "
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FILING fiTttldrt SoftFINAL Member of the Sallflsh chap Jewelry for Mother !
ADMINISTRATRIXIN DISCHARGE OF. ter Future Farmers of America, (Continued From Page/ lixtrrn) ,
jJ ANY QUANTITY REGARD THE ESTATE IOF of the high school came home --- p '\ '
Surprised Its a fact. Florida
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H. 1. CRR.ENE.. DECEASED I from a lubdis'rlct contest In Forest Service records show that .L .. : F., I ,'
Belle Glade April S5 with two '
TO AIL. WHOM. ..IT HAY.CONCORN1Noble. 84 cent of all woods fires II
... per
J b h r b' air." Ikat 1 fc first places and three seconds In "
d '" y w are purposely set Carelessness j 1 .
-I.I.. : ; ; ;: ::.tit.: t : H. J. six contests entered. Emerson results In 14 per cent of all fires. On This DAY of DAYS remember MOTHER '; "I f
Also AH Types ok pants i and Suppliesfor 0. .... 4..d IIt.I 1 b.. .. of d ., Kramer placed first In public
Pwitl.a' fM .nlb.U.. .4 t.. fl..1 And Mother Nature Is guilty of '
Every Type Job dlu-bonn... .Arthur.4| toot R.I will C...tpplr.... Coop to IktHu.or.bte ., the speaking parliamentary Also In first place procedure was starting. only 1 per cent by\lightning with a gift that is as t lasting and ai beautiful ,; ; ,

Juirn. of Mu-lln Coint7. Florid .. team composed of Kramer, Harris ,
: t<' .1147. lor ::'fi\\ f.Do Mow Many persons think woods her love for !
Wall Donald as
nd lor oroVr litrllutlop Terry Jessie you. 1
< ....... .. fires don t affect them. But De. '
n for flripl 4l folnklralrhlor iQuIgley. steven Huddle and Ro I I ; .
Paint tCO.I ...
tk vatato of H. I Grovoo. 4o ... Vane paints out that the present ',' ,
- April U, 1P47 bert Oreene
CttciA 'All olidMi.Ad. housing shortage Is mainly due Ith
....... Dick Roberts took second .
". ( iko MUM of II. J. to- a lumber shortage "Those
. t 1 In.nq -..4' In harmonica playing and another "
: 561 fires had last he
FRED RUE OSCEOLA AVE. I, T. T.tor bUCHTFRSONAllnrrwr Ad.I.I.......... second was marked up by said "burned we up thousands year of Many Exquisite Gift Ideas ForMother's ; ; I'
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I April 14. I II II 1(47 the quartet whose members are homes homes we could have
Kramer, Roberts Oreene and .i ,
I now If the timber had not been ,
Charles Boggess Also second destroyed ,
t ti was the horseshoe pitching team As his search continues for a ':
i Jerry son Shlpes and Jackie Thomp. suitable tropical tree to grow In Day Gifts : ;' :: I
South Florida, the district for. 1 I
''R ..ttONSfWBE't' The! chapter only loss was In ester emphasizes that when one > JqI'
:' diamond ball, 5-4. to Belle\ Glade Is found It will not supplant the ;' "
In extra Innings I, ,t
U State native longleaf and slash
b The two first place winnerswill
go to Fort Lauderdale tomorrow pine portions whim of the grow southern well In, some of I !yi: '
C. & E. Walker Jewelers
contestBONDS to compete. In the district the So State.DrfVane! encourages plantIng I -

MAY THROUGH ACCEI'TABLE- of pine seedlings In his district Stuart 1 : ", ': I
5 MAY 11 Miami, May S-The Veterans Last year there were only 347 Otceola Ave
91 Administration has been authorized 82 acres planted In pines In the 'i
- "" "'''' "'" """, ..-'. ,( -, .. .. to accept "terminal leave" dIstrict. This amounted to Only 1 1 1t
bonds In lieu of cash, for the 64,550 seedlings These were --- I
. payment of premiums on national planted' chiefly by 17 cooperators -
service life Insurance, timberland owners who

Stanley H. Wasser, Miami VA LKflil ADVtRTIIINMfeo ..."'" I
regional Insurance officer, rea '
tOOftFOODlOODHMITH I I I minded veterans today LEGAL NOTICE "
FISHING BILLS MOVED / l. here), .Ir.n.l Tk.l i knr. .
4,. .1/1/ .b. hldI.oh. CIte N.II ('It,
Tallahassee S bills
May -Two \
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( I I I designed to permit commercial D'1141.41.44.. .P1.1014..1.,....1) of Vile It a of 8.II....M.to
fishing on Lake Okeechobee and rant a permit fin raiulnirtlm' / .4.
Duple ....rt..... baI4Ie .. tb.< follixrlH .
the St. Johns river were approved Mcrrbrd' ml I priori' ,
by the House Fish and Game Lou I rod I. ......k I, h..... TrM.wnr. .
Committee Tuesday April:'orordina 1555, rMordnl U pl.t In.h.rwj Hht; Boulu IM I*.
\ The Finest In HomeCoolingA f,
h..4' : :; { :
I f roe BtotpCltr hl
-4 Plymouth, May 4 1Bi, (W"> The it':4 ::.U.tint, L :1 I. in h.
., 8...... 1I.'n' Co.fill. '.....010''
annual meeting of the Florida and 'D d.1.'An. wh.1 h...e not weh ...
State Horticultural Society will h".1' / ''
oolO'R''I: \
be held In St.,Petersburg, Oct. PUN THE CITY OK" STI ART,
Bring Her to Chisholm s 28-30 Dr. Ralph L. Miller- of B> T. 1. P. KENNEDY o. Chol,.....; COOLAIR ATTIC FAN KEEPS
Plymouth, secretary, said Pak. 14 A....'). 1 a ,S ..,. 517.


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Day I


.<" ,. -the 13estYour UNEQUALLED QUIETNESS AND I t j

I choice should b*'-y- IN VENTILATING ENGINEERING -
the new Goodyear DeLiua .

:' .. .I because iklll and method de.volop.d QUALIFY US TO PLAN 4 ''a1
!In building over 401miHlon
tlrei build PLUS perT YOUR FAN INS,.ALLA TION. .
formanc fta every new Y'
.. Go dear.And'rou can get ALL SIZES IN STOCKHALL'S '
: best know -' '* 'I
One of the very" ways we 'thl long wearing "I I
of to make Mother happj on W day Is to rnafee, tire her, now. .i-6J

'dinner date" with her for CHISHOLM'S. You I, I Come In. t 00a1e-

can multiply her happiness by ai many times/

M there' are week In the year, if ,you make mill GO D1iE ,

dining with \Us a weekly habit:, .As a member' atstRVt .t

of the National Restaurant Association/ we are JdW turn Z 11II1E" 1 '

pledged to offer yon:efficient service p,top. '., "
-qualjty//.clean, well-prepared food : .'. enjoy* IA1, haMS i UUftAl THAM-IM AltOWANCIVlOrBtLT -'; ,-

f 'merit : .
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I >: BAIANCCD VnO: L lelp fo give ,

704 A imoolhit ride Out-of'.baleme* vheelidlrcetlf ?.

et Indirectly COUM abnormal tins wear.

]Hale thU ftfaal] utl'G Investment !la comfort
tad Idttn?:'Stop In at tire Berric Headquar- 'EhECTRIC SERVICE

I t Ifri.(dd y 'loir:new Goodyear,'tlrei. mounted s

CHUSHOLM'Sx ,and bahmcid by "W ..I Spedall.1."; ,

Ph&h I U.

MEMBER NATIONAL' RESTAURANT) ? ,ASSOCIATION. 1 'Wiley Motor Co.Kortt. ., 1 Post Office Arcitta '

MEMBER JrTXRlDA'R&TAURANT) ',ASSOCIATION ,- .,t's J.rai Highway Stuart, Florida
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I X"lIt gat Benestad has been a winter-Billy. of Miami are' visiting he week end JAYCEES WILL MEET t U VPTISIIIENT:

I SALES fisherman here for about 20 mother, Mrs Martha Whittle I Mr and Mrs. Sam Blckley was IN MIAMI IN 1948
'. f See 0. For SALERNO NEWS\ years and he had returned from this week. Mrs Wllke* I II theformer a recent caller on Mr and Mrs NOTICE 0' INTENTION TO 1
Beach. May 8 W( ) ,:
Florida three weeks before his Cora Belle Whittle O H Johnson Daytona :r.a:: : :"
[ & ;.. .., 11.10 .
: R.pi By AIRS O. D QUIGLEIMr death Be is survived by his Mr and Mrs W M Marr and Mrs. 8. E. lane and laughter Delegates named William Rooles- .... ...... .... tho ..... ...... ..,

\\i Jfl, '/ SERVICE Parla wife, a {son, Tollef Jr, ,and. a daughter Mrs. Arlo Carson, and I I Mary of Palm City spent yesterday ton of 6t Augustine presidentof Chamber ::'. I : '
I daughter children Patricia. Kenneth and at the home of her mother the Florida Junior 8,..... S... lot jti.V.a
I I, .. W L. Merritt enUrtalned of Commerce and picked Miami "
Mr and Mrs. Chuck Hendrick Lynnwood, of Naples spent Sunday Mr. Marths Whittle SSSV ,
the Ladles Missionary Society IMS meetIng 11I10 SSS&SSAzTH .
I for the organization* -
( : 4 11.ARNOLD/ BAUER I at her home Wednesday after I and children, Kay and Charlie In Kobe Sound as the guests I The teacher and pupils of they brought their annual he 001" t \
were recent visitors In Fort of Mr and Mrs ,Jim Marr of Salerno School presented an Interesting as COACH ,
noon 9 30' Mrs, George Osborn I convention here to a cloae Sunday ..4.. .i ... .11I ...._
.1 E} ; St. LUCM: Boulevard Phone 142WMother' I president opened the meeting:I Meyers at the homes o( Mr and Hobe Sound May Day program havln* .Mp priMtp. pkw. Ie
nlghlBUI of
by singing""Tl So Sweet to Trust! Mn O; R Hendrick and Mr Mr and Mr*. Frank Simmons I Thursday afternoon at > at the bi J.*.Mt. _..,, Martin, CMIH: '"
I !II' I In Jesus" and scripture reading and Mrs. Albritton I of Canal Point called, on Mr school house Annette ODay Rosier of Daytona Beach,*T=: :a:: =,tatawtM' .i* :::

I -I was John 10:1.H. Alter a short I Mrs. Rasmui Mortlsen left and Mr. O H, Johnson last and Carl Sauvage Jr. crowned who, withdrew from the race for 1I.1l11101''J.' ..._ ....... .....
I .. .. .. ......
who In favor ofRooleston .
I.. I business meeting a, social hour Monday by car (or ManaaquanN the King and Queen were State president, elected national ,j '.".I.... "- I. ."'..... b
and Vivian
Johnson was
was enjoyed by Mrs. S D BcverMri'J J for a two-week visit. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE I IJORnTHV k. w 4
P. Wllbar Mrs, Martha Mrs. T E.: Preston arrived Merritt director Robert J. Bishop! retiring A .1\\ ., \\II'lH .: n lOT1
I Whittle, Mrs. Tlllle Hulti Mrs. home Saturday after spending A son, Welcome Sweet Spring State president, was' nom

For Infant Feeding Gladys Perry Mrs Fred Pedersen three weeks In Sumter S. C. VVti* A.ku Admln-klrkllua CHAPELJTho nrob Time" wal sung by the Jrd and inated as the Florida candidate -- +

Mrs Ralph Merritt, Mrs, E. with her mother ..lv.. antic, that H .kak ... lablo ford 4th grader* with Mr. Charles for the vice-presidency of the
WHITE HOUSE ....... infer tha Surpluk Propkrtr Ad
Kindred at the piano The lit V 8. Junior Chamber
Mr and Mrs W B Arnold of ,
A. Baldwin Mrs O D Qulgley ef Illl. and War Aaiou Admin atmtlon
Mrs. Minnie Johnston Mrs. Sammie Fort Pierce called on Mr Arnold. Order. 11. .R.-.ulat. .iB S. tho. follow.ncVkcrlhtd and Ind grades sing three songs, District vice-presidents elected

MILK Lane of Palm City Mrs sister, Mrs Shelby McCulley and .......,.. ..rval...,..I roponv., tII. .whlrb......hna....boonduktrlnl "A Little Man In the Woods.* were W A. Leonard of Pen-
family last week 0.. .h.1M! ....,.. .. (.".. M..h'. and Jack in the Pulpit"/ and "AShoemaker' sacola, William A. Chandler ,of
George Osborn Mrs.I.I. McCulflum H.bo II..... FI.rida,' _....... ..
Dance"In Odum of San-
Mr and Mrs Clem MathersJr ; Gainesville Bailey
TALL and the hostess Mrs Mer T'lTh.. ,, ... .,....... ..... Johnnie Reddish ,
.111 ,
and Mrs .h. '" a sack race ford, Orayson Jones of Fort
3 33cI i parents, ...
rill .. I..... .... .". ,
CANS Mr and Mr.*. Andy Flitch of .he.'1.0&f..IIe..I._.1......... .hU.0.... .,... .. beat Annte Hayes. Betty Myers., Jack Delaney of Key
Word has been received that I West Palm .... f.. ... .. .h.... or ._...,.1. ... Lang and Carlene Shamrock In West, Robert Tylander and Jack
Benestad died Beach called on Mr _. ....I..U... Ie ..1. f.. .... f...
I Tollof (Ingman I
and Mrs. Clem Mather ..._ ... .h. .... .f.., the potato race Raymond and Moore of West Palm Beach
I Sunday "'''''0'' n.
II. udden April T at his ,home In dl..1 .h.1I ... ........... to ....h .... i
Jo lost to Robert
Betty Thompson Stuart club Paul
: : BarnegaP City. N J. Services I Mrs. Wallace Earl and twin __ ... .n' ,.. .., ......_1 ,I.. president
i daughters Judith and Jamlce or other aMubtr UMTh Bonnell In the peanut race Young represented hi* organt.
conducted at
were Bugbee Fun .......1 will bo .old Intact for ro
Marvel Enriched eral Home April 10 with burial and son Tlmmle, and Mr*. Curtain moral from tbo .Innd on which H toat Herby Metzger beat TommleOT atlon: at the convention

al Masonic Cemetery In Barne- I II nnotorrd down from Wash 1M.TIw.....-... ..... 01 .hl. .h.... ..III ... >ay. Ruddy Thompson, Francis
Shamrock and Martha Fen-
BREAD SrWhite ; lie I ington, D C a nr,oo oqual to Ha fair valua In tho COMMISSION PROPOSED
of Ibo ondlllol Impo.rd ralatlnlof hale In the boys" foot race
Mrs W L. Merritt, Mrs Gladys Hlht ""
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l I. f. 'h. .1.1..04. Arthur Claud Tallahassee. May 8 JW( ) -
-- - -- -- ---- i Perry, Mr. Ralph Merritt, Mrs.; mnovnl.lha Cole defeated

House FOR INFANTS W B Blanton and Mr and Mrs.J \ .._ .d.nppllentlon...... .h....aknlt.. .. .rneludo......1.. ...thaUM .... Davis, Arthur Penhale and DaltMotes Senator George Lealrd of Fort .. R5 ,
1- I P WUbar attended a Mothers .h. ......I ............. or tho .__. Among the girl HarleneBarba LauderdaJe proposed Monday In

APPLE BUTTER ST25cSutlana ; AtJFAR MILKI Day banquet of the Royal Palm Ih. : '....' ... =.: .= whipped Mildred Craw- a Senate Recreation bill to Commission establish a FlorIda The C S,
Rebekah Lodge U lord tn a sack race Billy Jacobs L DS and
Monday night which II avidAppllratlona
... ..... .... ......
._ wllnffico .b. .t beat ftarlene Barba and Nor- Governor would name the hint
--- -- -'--" Mrs W N
The Be l M I Chief of thnplnlna. whn, with In.Uon .... ma Crawford In a foot race members of the commission. } ,
...... .......
.tI. .hureh .
BUY BONDS .Iet..ill ,.of......... .h. ........ .. ......_ Mrs Fred Pederwn outran Mrs o.
RED KIDNEY BEANS 2 23c I to whom dl.n.al| khntl ba *iador C A. Baldwin After the races
: ... (INSURE
.h.1I be filotl I. .1.1t.
I "It hi. 'hl", ,... d.,. ..", ......In.A.nl orange Juice and cookies were Toda,'. Milk Today
._ Alf Creamery ... ...dt.. II., If. 1.4T.T. served all 1 present
-- -- ar II.
l ..... ... ...dlt.... of .... ... .n Canning Success
CHOOSE A & P SUPER.RIGHT MEATS ._...., In'.....".. .......In. tho Produced
WEST PALM BEACH .........., ... ...,h... .1 .....1.'.. rt- TEXAN APPOINTED
: I Vhon 7171 ....... ... ..b..lltI.. ."..... will loa and ... when you follow
456 Flaminfo Ar BREAD ...11..1. .. ..d .ft.. A.... II, ..41.
RIBSTEASCHUCK 67 ci ot tII. Ofll.. .r a..1 P."J'. .11..1.' Tallahassee, May I The (ntlrudionj! In the Boll
Pound .,. ..
W.r Adm nlilnll -Jicbraovlll* Florida Game and fresh Water Pasteurised
t. 1i>rt t Th. vroimtr .10 tub. Fish Commission has appointed
I to Ibt fallowing trtorlUn. In tin Coleman Newnan veteran Texas In Martin CountyBarat's ? grocer*! or tend
ROAST TO _.I.d........
43c G..I ..._ biologist, to bead It* Statewide 104 with name end
i Pound Plilid .I.. ...............A.Ft..... C.-. deer and I
1 .__ 'Ii .'1Gn for main to anin I ...,nokk turkey conservation Dairy !i odd,,, toi:
1 .. "' ... ... 10<.1 .0......... and research program Commission
if 1b 4. Non prof I t Initl ntlnna Director Ben C tAU IIOTHIM COMPANY
FRESH PICNICS 38c PRIORITY PFRIUD. Tho: tlfkai for Morgan
P. O. Box 1042 Stuart
Pound .......1.< prlorltlok kkll .. |h rtr 1101 announced today !l' -.... 1000i_
dava. .omairnoina'" on April !.. 1147
and ondni Nnr I*. II4Jforoona '

PORK CHOPS 3 kUo innko hot offora hkvinp durlnl: o thla prlorltr period.Tho mar.
S/WU r not Ik morvad to rvjort par
End Cuts
I nil
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*,.y rOfflM .rloiuil U 1 roatiirl .
Sunnyficld nf Knl. Pra> n> >,lip....l GROCERY SPECIALS
W.r A...U imlntolnlfcHli.VlU .
: r. o .... 4111Iirb.oi ,
SLICED BACO!N 69C Every JA.1H4 i; florlib.t .

Pound Mon., Wed.. Frr.. II., 1. siLEGAL
d _

Pound DEED Crystal Sugar 5-lbs. 47/

., Houao Bill ".. ISUNOTICB .

I Encore Brand PreparedSPAGHETTI2'L ......;.H...PHEE.,,11...:...tbo. ...holder. fi....of..It tbo I. _fol.ricntra .. Happy.ale Mott'a.. APPLE
....... .
for a tan d>od to ka tboroon.
I ; : 2 23c .Tka '
,( ..,.... tka-nnmoa j:which It wna .:.:...1 '
'I ;. .. aa followatOrtlfkala. No. IT Unsweetened GRAPEFRUIT Yellow Cling

Scott CountyCHICKEN 2 CANS Yoor.
'. Llttk Dili" Add lo.. port.
NOODLE SOUP 27c of IIW'4 of BBH: .. In PH ponII
) B.ctlo> 4 TS. 11 R K' 4Xomo .
In wblck >u I
-- of nld prorwtount behtu Int ho Cigarettes Carton $$1.69Campbell
... .
PREMIUM.------- t? of Mortln. blIJnlou of Plorldt.rtlflnu
I NABISCO ) owk. eonlf.... ...l\fI..l.\ .
.h.1I ... ........... .....dl.GO. to I... ....
M ......., ............ I. ..... ....lfl.... GO
CRACKERS 22c ... TOMATO Dill's Plus 5
> will o. lold lo tb. b K..Iblddor % DDT
U.flmt .. ..... ..... .. ...
Pound B., Mond.rwbek I. ....th 0."., .... uu,. SOUP, 3 cant .'......... .............27c SPRAY, Qt. can _..... .39cC
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---- -- 'Ik. tnd do of Juno. un
Green TopCARROTS .Ikta 1.1 .., of H.y. 1.IIJ

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CELERY, Large, 2 Stalk ..... 25c Notkv oponod. l>ot kmby tk. o.,xt;..r*.th.t ulnr, bldib ....Un...III Specials

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tho oonitrwillon of Illy Mi .hkiuhoo
H.l.t.n. of two nnerou .nd.upportod <
CABBAGE, Pound ... .. ............... 2c !1fr"1 by four S o pin* plnnkiTb. HAMS
Htuart Poo' Bo rd will
furnlib thtm < .
I.\: .nt, tbo p >ik.. tho roinforclnc ...
California ... ,
tm.1 tho p.lnt d. for on
not. Bid. ... for Rath'. Black Hawk ,
oro .I..d fiirnldilnc Tenderized
LEMONS, Large Size ..... .......Dozen 23c 1;:; und.nnd... ......,. nuklnri... tho. ond.. uwlniknd I ,
.111. tho
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GRAPEFRUIT, .... ........ ... .... ... 4 for 19c ," !!:!) MKH. H, H.or HIP.ITUAHT ..--.. CIo.'.... '
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1 63c
PLUM JAM TO SERVE A Ib. layer '" ...Jf,.....J.!.. .a**,.i,,*.... .,
*., ,,.. lhat ....... SWIFT'S PREMIUM
Nabisco 16 WELLPREPAR )INNER ... .. of ,....."....... ...d.....1. IN PIECE ........... .. ........__...._....... ... 60c
H..b. A. O. ........ of ....
RITZ, Large Box 28c : 25c"JUNKET" ,ludaoa of tho Clreirit; Court: of Hnrtinountr '
rlorlaa. In tko anuao of Uoctotmmbor
:: UI4: Ckanoorv th.roln laUlv LAMB :
Talco 20% FROM >Nidlnnkotwon W. P RnVunlb. a.Jkclallar ,
Dairy Feed $4.13 S. J. "i1! *ndnrlnlatrator"k. ..>...a.d.af na tk.Plaintiff. and of Black
... Hawk
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ttea. Compnn. at al. na Spring
QUALITYMEATS ...f.......... aaud April la. 1147 wborwIn '

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and Ice Cream baura l"'rtlnt.u.l of anla."aama balnr'* """n"..lo>*.."l.aa' >...' BREAST (Shank % or whole) .._........\\:1.; : ..... &

OLEO Pkg. of 12 .lieBALLARDS :: : 'r."Florida;\ il ':': FOR STEW ..........h..............,..... ..._ ._:..._......:.._..... ...........Ib. _
Churngold, Ib. 42c flrmntlon. It aaTn. Coar. 'ur'fo'lkwT! ?,
PRODUCE dnarlbod landa. altuat* .te _Marttn '
Cau"l Florida to-wlti
riornnelsSPAM Lota STEAK I

12-oz. can 39c SWIFTS COME IN AND LET US HELP YOU P.'III.....piJSS&s&xxZ. ..,

WITH YOURMOTHER'S ."'.. *'T::::'.: :::.:::.. ), :::; Cut from Prime Corn Fed Western'Beef !
DOG. CLEANSER DAY MENU ... Ioo. .. ,"t of ..... lot.
Daily,oft-oz. can lOc .:II.';.".. I. ,:...fO"rhola.fll.: of 'ho tI..b of or ROUND ......'h. ...................""' ._......_.............;.. .. .Ib. 65<
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14-oz Can ..lie
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2 pkg 19ciorden ANTHONY'SEconomy I, .on....-.......hld. __...'oo.MARRY_b -....r...Iof DYER, '.,.... FRESH KILLED HENS DRESSED AND DRAWN. .. .lb. 4f!


Instant rI r. T tfaftaix:, ) "\?: (;10.....'. 2 average ..__.. .... ... .................. ... ...:... .lb. ,65<

Coffee 2oz. jar 43c AU DAVID,.......H HARHHALL
FLOUR l -"""
MEMBER II., ..... a .'iUGAL OLEO

DQ Chocolate 5-lb. Boa 10-lb Bag Grocery ADVERTISEMENT NUCOA or ALLSWEET ........, ...:....... .. Jb. 36c

Syrup, 16-oz. jar 27c 53c 1.00 NOTIC' ?!c4rrTo1TI01NTAVEE6IST!

Ckkptor II (IS L.W. f riorhu An. -

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::tk.: 1da;, .:;.=: .... t:': MARKET
.' Now Close Wednesday Afternoon Uo.. ...... .....It I
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Al Noon Each Wednesday1 During onmod .to ki. lTOIJ
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