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 15, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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:: ...No, *. THE 1..ARrNIW' STUART. Martin. (Count/, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 194 PRICE ttN CKN I'' 1 '

::.:. HOLIDAY TO SPUR CITY CLEANUP PROCLAIMED, 'IIkusiijMiiildinjlanneci ,lt J.r|

,'"IQ.. : Parade Set, Tuesday;; $14)) ,1''I ;'j Il IlIn ;

" Prizes Put Up For DrivA ref

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I OPERA STAR DIES I I II (ilywidt- holiday next-Wednesday wItH l'i'6claill, 'I r. I.\

Tunney Heads :f. ..._ .. ... .. BAKER URGES { r !
'A PROCLAMATIONWHEREAS last night by Mayor Phil Pence to cilitate"umted efi 'f .

Z to cleanup and faint/ up thin community.' With .a'few !.

the'month of May has been designated avoidable exceptions! every place of bunine/sHn the 'tit; "
New' Concern .. clean-up month, and expected to be closed all day aN the cleanup campa 1'j'1'';, .I'I j'

) 11 I ready widely evident, reaches its! climax J 'i '
by "
WHEREAS Wednesday May; 21, sponsored Prelude to the holiday w15 I r i"1
the City of Stuart and civic organizations has been officially II'" "
;; an attention-focusing 'pit ,
the experience of one of the most nuccess-! R t
Backed by '
declared cleanup day afternoon at 4 fe ,
'ul! mass.building exponents In Texan" a new Martin County -- I RAIL A CROSSINGS lug the Martin County i I:" j 'I IJ. !

orporatlon, "Precision Builders with Gene Tunney as Executive I Committee's THEREFORE, BE IT PROCLA'IMEDr School Band. The line.. ot tn| 'I'' I

chairman of the board will shortly begin constnuction: !\ of Efforts Described: for will form at the court house J I:
That all closed
business be 21 ,
a factory it Golden Gate in Port Sewall, and expects to be Kiwaman places on May MAY Y BE READY culminate I its efforts for I j I
that the the
and the citizen. of City of Stuart spend
Utnufacturing pre-cu' houses in volume here in 30 to 60. drive with a concert by the j I 1 t eat !"
..- City Commissioner Bob Baker day cleaning up the grounds surrounding their homed, the street area surrou r' ,"I

Elmer Terrell Miami builder, 1 urged every citizen to give unstinting and cooperate in every way to make Stuart a cleaner: HERE JUNE 15 the Florida East Coast Ra| ::1 .t I

Ivbo owns the Southland Shop cooperation to the city- and better place in which to live. station on Flagler Ave. I .!'II t '

%Uteri to president of the newConcern. i COMMISSION wide cleanup campaign this 'PROCLAIMED this 14th day of May 1947. I Paul Young chairman; o '\ :, '''I' I ; I)'ji'l

month In a talk on the drive at Dally progress Is being made, exeoutlve committee In f cl )t"" f, .
the weekly meeting of Kiwanis CITY OF STUART on the Installation t of the automatic I
He told a News reporter Tuesday II I iiiiiiiiilimiiiiiiiimiiiiiiMiiir! .
night that'all preliminaries APPROVES PLAN at the Woman Club Friday By PHIL PENCE crossing protection signals ': !
In event bad | I
noon at he 4th St and South Akron I wea
hid been cleared, and that the ** A. Mayor Commissioner. i '
his belief that Ave. crossings here. officials! In prevails next Wednesdaycltywlde ,, '
firm U now definitely committedto stressing ATTESTs I L. B. EURIT, I jf I
holiday and ele; : .1 ,
the first mass-seal this city residents ire as civic- charge report. I' .
launching TO AID TRAFFIC As City Auditor and Clerk. will will 'be' postponed to the i"
homing effort In this area., 1 / minded as people anywhere I They estimate the work h I ,
lowing Wednesday, May jj
Baker said such efforts would be be completed between June 1 II 'i :
Men of wide experience an the _. .. I '
-- ----- -- was announcedIIIIIIIIIIHinilllllllllllllllllllllll 1
could and 15 but believe It will cost .
and k
quite Inexpensive ,: ,
field officials of then ,
housing. SAD Approval for Jaycee I -MRS. LOUISE HOMER make Stuart 'one of the State l2-Case Docket Drawn Up about $21,500 when finished This I
Seen Certain and nations most attractive Is $1500 above the cost estimated -I !
Vice.president'! In. charge of Proposal Mrs. Homer, the former eperastar communities. by L C Frohman chief engineer of the cleanup campalgr ; ,I .1' j
1 Herbert Trost of This Summer died of a heart ailment last \ I '
production ported night $142 In I I
He out that the city. of.the Florida East Cost r'j
San Antonio, Texas, former general May t at her home In WInter'Park pointed At County Court Session have been donated by v{ ,1' : J,4i I j
with Its limited capital and resources Railway in St. Augustine, and
superintendent of the Stout A plan presented by the Junior at the age ef ,.. ,This Stuart business houses to) fJ. \

construction Company,. which Chamber of Commerce to ease picture was made Jan *, IMS, Is doing as much as possible $3500, above the"-estimate .In- the drive. These Include! ; I
turned out 15,000 houses during when she and her husband, but that even this Is Inadequate An docket was drawn'up C.batlnry. ......1. Divld M.i.h.ll. RlwrlKliUi 1 cloned m tne IMT construction I .\ 1 I'I
the traffic problem at the Intersection In a summary of what )12-case n. Ju hi, H. J.. Uu war--5,000 of them In a five- of U 8. 1 and StateRoad Dr? Sidney Homer obwrvYd the executive committee at the May term of county .rr. ..u..1! um.lrct.ilKuu gins)I. iso, $4 In trade Gij; t t I'' Ii''
cleanup ,. ...
month period their 50th wedding anniverosary. here with Judge ... jmm .. .. .. .1. Hndkaturr '
AlA Immediately'south of court Tuesday Dry Goods Store, and 't '
of which Jaycee President nuiiMli I) sid I M>nk&llStaiU Eleven members of the Fix I
Secretary II 1 Harold Mount of Arthur' R. Clonts presiding : T, ., .: .,,Absbss's' I
ss uuull
> trade
the Roosevelt Bridge was given Paul Young was appointed chairman vi. Hmrr,..... signal forces are doing the work. Victory Beauty Sales ,
Dallas Texas, former chief expediter Of this list 27 cases were set "o..s1" "" .
unanimous approval by the City Jl In trade Daniels b'
by Mayor Phil Pence Is doIng 'MAY05 The expense Is being borne by ''I I
for 7 Southeastern Statei trial by Jury May 26-30. A do.,. ,,. ni.:, .be, Cobb WsO's. .
at fop
Commission at Its meeting city Store. ,i
which will be reimbursed :
3 NOMINATEDFOR to make the drive a successhe _..Un. ...".. ,.50,05. whllo etsA.Ivi. the FEC "0" f
under the National Authority 18
Housing hall last night. told of plans for a parade venire of Jurors was -'' IL' WIll',., '' N,. ,. by the SRD which\ In turn Best decorated bicycle C
returnable May 26. The ,iii-: :: C, .. ,: 'i. des: ,,, 0wn. ,.... 1> I
: Tuesday 0 '
The plan. as explained for the May 20. holding of a purvey that I... .... will be repaid by the Public boys), 1st SJ in trade Ii e ,4 '
Both Trost and Mounts will commissioners by Ben A. Bedding found Stuart merchants agreeable Jurors names were not avail ".... ... V. C Lo..nI. .,.pUs. Roads Administration of the Department Store and $l { ?
1D'' 'PRESIDENCY .........
bring their families to Stuart Installation abler ""as shOsOo wOOl' 4,5.isWd trade Bruneri : I.

Jr. Involves the : to t titywlde.; holiday May Will.. Federal Government pharmacy; 0
a few weeks. I of'three traffic I lights, wIdening 21 to climax the campaign and r Seventy-two cases on the 8UU. ,,. Hmwrte I)'All.. H""honhi ----- : $3 In trade Stuart Paint ,.. ,t 1 1I
Treasurer II Valentine Battle,, docket'were settled TueodaYwith .. 4> thu-k. "smI'. W.k., 1 ",
4 of the highway In that donation of prizes to spur clean- I pany I!
Dutv n Knurl UAItui pan Ii "
nil-known Kobe Sound resl! lettering on the highwayat OF JAYCEESHarris up efforts. i bonds estreated is most e.hIs .be.'k _..sC"; wile.. Best decorated bicycle (neirre 'I, :j''I
4I area .... .... ,
been settled .
I dent. Tunney worlds hea1'Y1weight certain points In the area and Me told of the drive being car cases. Five cases had nolle see'<' 'n.clunk ........KAIh..h Wlllci. seoeostharc [Foreshadowing girls), lot, $5 In trade Dyers Dry ''I'fr4 JI I

champion has maintained -] Installation of caution signals at ..-....- ried to the schools, both white 1 previously. four were MAY 25 Goods, Ind. SUO In trade la. 'f J

\ a winter home at JUPiter: each end of the area. Having Lowery, Jr, Ben 'A. and negro, where considerable i Pf*. two were \passed 'and HUle ... I,.. W, Wlrkcr, wrri'''In 1'' Polntes Jewelry I jr

Island here for the past 12 years.! already been given support for Redding Zr. and Uor4 10. HoldeG enthusiasm\ being engendered. i t were'' removed""<< from"* ..theSBClftl1J I ."tor. mlik-lt II...'....'.white. l-.rt,Ini.ulc.ui Pl...... ,iktato HIIAMI ...<.: Events Best"decorated bicycle (llerr.'i. :''I/.'

Col, John Q. MacDonald of the project by, the State Jaycet were nominatedfor presidency -It'. irs, Interesting fact," Baker ..corietallt ,.. funk V. Korrtm -= Gynirig? bo>s>< 1st, fl In trade, *tu H e 'j. !:
1 Include ,, ; ;. ,
: cases fl ,
Mwgast Realty was instnuneiv TJia.27 nriitalt tthlb II l iM.As&d Corporation
Paul Drug 2nd In
c tel I IObJective' organization. President of the Stuart junior Chamber ot said "how much Influence and S..._. r JU' f''
In bringing the new firm here.' Young asserted! the project could Commerceat a meeting of the help youngsters can exert toward ; I MAaoutu Piaeiically every vacant lot trade LaPointe Jewelry ""f.

Is the Immediate be set In Its entirety! by the club at the court house Monday the success of the drive 0 'wt- ; ... hme 5, WsAA'''', I.... In Best decorated auto 1st. S3 1
instruction of up MAV Issues It.C ._. .r _e.aAu ,_..<1: 1111. went of the railroad tracks
moderately priced' end of summer and said the approved night. Elections will be Held once they become cleanup-mind- l a* K., H-rt.ler. ......111'.4 killtonr 1..10..1'' Salerno, owned by State and In trade Ferlu n" Drew Shop; !

c sub Domes for Stuart and vicinity,,: plan now will be sent dIrectly May 26.Other. ed. An Important contributionthey HU. *fi'uiuutl,.,,- ,Th,h"Qt: ;.. Ir.. '' '"
plans for construe i
calling to the Governor and his officers nominated Include are going to make Is the I< | ,. .....,...,.a. (,. ,P.mm, I*,.. .,,,....s ............. foreclosure, I to being purchased I .
Ion to start at once on a factory has been Ernest Joe Oreen- designing of posters for citywide, o,1,.,_ 1.d .at... ..i, ......, MilW. Osese'otho.sue. i Bent decorated motor scooleror
Safety CounciL Young Tyner I' H.I.( M ,)" runs, k"ihi.IIIHIM ........, "", by a New York-Wuhlnrton syndicate -
, bluldlng near the Florida assured of Its being pushed for lees and Daniel W Fagen for distribution advertising this III fMm(% luunMl llurrnnp'.* ... IMI" Mike' kMn, k.,".. for development in retirement .. or motor bike, $5 In trade Walk '
East! Coast Railway siding at the Irving Kanrarek drive with a prize for the best 5lto .. A, i,. 0-.,, -ti ;.."Ad as' 01 ill 1'sa ......./ ......1...... er's Jewelry, ,
quick acceptance by plate 1st vice-president; uult, oun..l un.>l..twlH 5. .. II...,. Do....... fs.CeSs% homesites and small '
Golden Gate, on property ownedby Road Department which will John N. Mann and Oreen- one from a high school student. ...* vp A. i 0.... .Bitr.vvtitdSuti .,. .....v".n! ....10.'.... farm home iles, I (10 cash prize for the most. '. ,', ',
the Port SewaU Realty Co. the entire report- Ices for 2nd vice-president, John another prize to the best from ..,10, enI' s.k.'d' 5,5.5 ". 5,5, 5's. ,esesy ,0eSt' complete and best organised '
bear expense Cn: k t4os.. dok. nxi R' 1,.. ,,kfeki wkllr I
ot which Carroll Dunacombe la edly out of the departments U. Mennlnger, Max Auerbach and Stuar elementary school and .... 1>.,....... ......motor.l Hn.tl.rU>d. l Forbes' Magazine of Business. unit In parade. Donated by JohiM I

c local representative fund. Kenneth Stlmmell for secretary, also a prize to the negro school ,MAYA. >,Ti ,,, .... oar.. .,.. K.. .ise W.I' ..nt.Ok"1. I 1 Law, Ir.Inasmuch.
Mr. maintenance 5 0-u' < so ssstO I... Ae.i... '....d ....1....'., In an earij'isose will inform Its '
Terrell said that the firm "We're for some kind of con Howard Bartlett Carl' M. Fogt best production" "or sill hi I 10., I.iKliwiml. .. "u..o 4: ",... ... o... i L. weu..... ... subsrnben throughout the na. ai the high school ,,
would manufacture "precutlouses : that highwayas and Charles Kindred for treasurer He commended the energy Oil,i V".rk"ivpkklv 5. J'u'u e'os. "I, ..ill.,, '" .ss."Scv.05,0. O"5, 05'beueosunn band cannot compete for the ,' ,
, trol of traffic on H '' tion that they can secure a..free
for veterans at prices and :.. other prim, the Cltixens ,
It goes through Stuart Young ; Kindred' Tyner Holden Young is devoting to Ms job ----- copy of Stuarts Fishing Guide. Rank
which veterans can afford topay" told the commission last night Fagen toweiy Mann Fogt, the response to the appeal already I department Is .offering a 125 consolation 'I ',
The magazine runs a special -
and at the same time would evident In BLLI!: TO SPEAK I prize to the band ,,,,i i
"and this Is a god proposal that Oreenlees and Oerald LaPointe particularly. ROWELL'S ACT I about brochures of In. ,
I wild homes of any size according we feel sure can be ready before for the board of directors, and the negro section.. "Let s not go AT JOINT MELTING!: :I iereit to businessmen-and Stu' SI* In trade by Pisgly.Wigtly I
to Individual specifications. work this holi Jack Bell, Miami Herald for the best hone I
the tourists start South next Kindred and Paul Young for fishing lets on I arts fishing booklet has been I .
Tunney Is associated with the fall". State director. Three directorswill day," the commissioner asserted columnist, will l be the Speaker at I selected as the sort of thing to l Theodor Dehon and !Son,

Stanford Construction Company Passed on second reading by be chosen and one for each "and make Stuart a city the TOSSES OUTMOSQUITO a Joint session of Stuart Kiwanis I appeal to the business executive R"a $lt '

which is building homes In a (Continued On faff 1'hreeJ.) other office 1/appearance of .which we can. be I and Rotary Clubs at 12.19 tomorrow ,.: In search of relaxation. I cash prise to the organization I '
large at the Woman Club. 'I
Connecticut. residential Justly proud I giving the greatest amount, ot '
levelopment. UNIT help In the campaign. 0"
Frost Warnings i Saved I ROTARY TO HOLD BK1SCOES HONORED : Two SIlo trade prizes oy' Bexs
LADIES MIGHT :I Hardware Company and-0ri,
STEEL BOATS IN Seining Measure Passes Stuart Rotarians and wives and Mrs Dick Briscoe II Style Shop and a surprise pack .
honored their 16th wedding
were on
State Growers $1,000,000Lakeland I I House, Now Before will hold annual Rotary Ladles'':I anniversary last week at a age from Halls Electric Service P

HOMEr Senate Committee Night at 8emnole'Inn. Indian- have been set HP to be used .., 1

FIRST SHOWING ______ -- ---- town. at 1:3P: next Wednesday I barbecue supper at the home of I the discretion of the'a"arda, j ,
May 15-(API-The the; impending severe cold weather I I Rev. MarvIn: Rowells;; measureto night May 21. A supper and : Mr and Mrs, Kingsley Smith I committee I ,' ,

Federal-State frost warning ser which gave them ample r-- '' legalize seining In Martin entertainment are on schedule ;I Other guests were Mr. and Mrs Stuart Hardware Company .fo ..

OF]F vice estimated today Ita advance time to prepare for the emergency -1 of"undertermlned origin County has been} passed by the, -- Roy Lane, Mr. and Mrs. James fen $25 In trade for the best ,

HOUSEBOATSteel notices of the past winter f reeling ," Johnson reported "Forced destroyed the Salerno home of I House land Senate after reviewof I I RETURNS TO MISSOURI I R. Merriman, Mr and Mrs Roy \over-all cleanup job '

weather saved the Florida harvesting of both citrus and Mr and Mrs. Odell DeLoach at the Senate Game and Fisheries Barnett, Mr and Mrs W. N. Four cash prizes of S2.$' each
before the freeze due to Salerno Sunday night while Commlttee"14ondar.. I Mrs S. H. Bess. a Stuart visitor Cromer and Frank Boyle IA
vegetable and citrus growers truck I ; I I have been donated for the best 1
"Home :Afloat" Bring $10.000.000. Despite the warningsthe these advance warnings saved they were attending church service More Martin County legislation -' for the past several months posters turned out In the schools I $ I
'" left Tuesday for her home InFrederlclotown. BUILDS SEA WALL M
Praise From Crowd, severity of the freeze caused hundreds of thousands of boxes The DeLoaches had built which has been passed by: One goes to the best from the

SaturdayThe heavy damage, especially to tender of choice fruit and hundredsof the small home since his return both House and Senate Includes; Mo.. accompanied Kenneth Stlmmell Is completing white high school, one to the' 34
by her son, Carl L. Bess who I a new sea wall for Stanley
of marketable truck from the Army and were planning
cars white elementary sihool two ,
truck, and Warren O Johnson Abolishment of the Anti- 1 I and ,
to return home Satur Dunn of the Rlvervlew
eyes of the; Florida boat. meteorologist In charge of ,crops. to add additional rooms Mosquito Commlslson and the expects I to the same division In the Stuart .; II I

log world were on Stuart atur.1Ia the' service, said the variable "The continued cold weather The Red Cross and friends at transfer of its duties to the day by plane Apartments Training SchooL S

as Steel Boats.Inc, held the 1946-47 winter season "was the and heavy. rains during the latter Salerno and Stuart Immediately County Commission Awards to white ,winners will' j, I '

tire!. public showing of theirIOOmy. most unsatisfactory In many part of February 'and all of began contributing of clothIng -I Validation of legality, of tax' 162 Billion Muddy GallonsOf be presented In a ceremony-at1

colorful all-steel houseboat years to .vegetables l and citrus March permitted much of the and household goods and sales of delinquent city property the CIvic Center Wednesday '

which Is the answer to an Interests ,I fruit that had been frozen In eight workmen gathered Tues '[ (Continued On taf Six), ?

xn'enturers' prayer, Johnson reported 98 percent of earlier February' to be salvaged day to contribute their labor to ; Fresh Water Went to Sea

Tenty-ejght! guests InclUding Its 11.627 forecasts were accur- I before It deteriorated, but this the rebuilding of the little home. Validation of legality of municipal I THITWEATHER

cold wet weather was highly Injurious Michael Pesin offered shelter for assessments.A :
officials of the company ate to within a fraction of a degree ----
and their fa-nilles: ..enjoyed the and only Vii percent were I to truck crops"". the. young couple in. an apart. 'measure altering docketing St. LucIe Lock spillway was St Lade during maximum discharge -. p.r : o. --= wmi.
: i.'w.:: :
procedure In Stuart municipal .. to, ... .
mull' The bureau continued Its experimental ment In his building there. Cs
erulse down the St. Lucieie mow than 4 degrees off None I coUrt trial without shut off Monday morning after periods each 24 hours.and ell, ci.....
of self-propelled eriC which the mark by more than 6 work In various methods Mr and Mrs. DeLoach have allowing war- 1_. ". 11..41....
misses 54 day of operation In which that during minimum periods
II frost and It asked The Stuart News to empress rent., M... MM. /......
10 of protection ,
maneuverable that it will degrees. ,, I period Is discharged from a 17].800.000 cubic feet pouredIn : ? .
turn demonstrated the meteorologist their deep gratitude to the -- : i
In Its own length. Considering the season I believe was maximum of 1000 cubic feet per every time the clock went "
I said '"that the beating of many friends and unknown contributor LEWIS SENTENCED. M. U.
Officiate ,
estimated that the our verification records are second to a minimum of 2000 round. Striking an average of ...: MI "
"Using sped of the cHt Is between very high*' he observed. 1 groves by oil, wood and coke U .* who have helped themto TO SAN QUENTINAlbert cubic feet per second 6000 cubic feet per second, the .. 11 UM. _

Sand 7 miles per hour and Reviewing the season, Johnson still the most efficient and prac-" overcome their loss and to Local sport and commercial dally discharge could be figured .,, II II .Mo. UM. UMOl" ____
II of frost protection. start life over again They havea C, Lewis. Itinerant .
lllat It has December' and tical method
a maximum, apeedot said November, fishermen and resort Interestswere at 432000000 cubic feet., Bay 'NCHES 'ALLal. ,'
10 Such heating of citrus groves 14-month-old daughter who Is printer who mixed business with IIA '
too and dry
13. January were warm appreciative of results to that we had such discharge for Ms5 toe:
Bore I and ferneries Wall general durIng quite completely outfitted with forgery has been sentenced. to ) I
uI Ce
for development
the event were ..ueb80vtb for the best crop the February freese, "with clothing but the' preparations 1 to 14 yean In San Quentln Penitentiary. be expected In a week or so from SO days and we arrive at a total 1I.r,._..- -- -.. .. ., ...o
Florida boating authorl. while' and March were of 000 DOO' cubic t
February the action, the river. should 21.600
tees excellent results In all cases,* he for the stork arrival this summer Los Angeles authorities as fIr::; I
as Allen Corson, fishing edl- cold ana wet. February temperature i shortly clear up providing good are I4t gallons In a foot ,
M Hancock
Informed O
toe are still to be replaced. .
of the Miami Herald and averages were the lowest on said of water For of THE TIDES
summer fishing purposes easy
Red Of Martin County today.
Considerable experimentationwas Miss Mary Shackelford,
Wty MallanU, nshlnf editor of record for any February since If you'd like an approximate multiplication call It 7Wandwe .
the Miami Dally JTaws, Guests 1885,and there has been only one done with artificial oil fog Cross secretary wIll accept any Lewis passed a fOfled'check Idea of the amount Lake Okee- arrive at the staggering figs _
similar to donations of linens silver for $1.000) to Vincent P. Fox of -
were 1940 produced In a manner ,.dishes
present from distant colder month. January 1
as chobee water which Is carried to ure ot 162000000,000 gallons Sliebnud kouevweimlt t..jf
Wnts that U8edb: the Army in Its ,' pots and pans) or pther necessities Boca, BAton, former Stuartjewsid _ _
service .
u, California and 8t since establishing of the those which poured Into our river In Mm 5* lUX.Td At.
u .molte'screUli, buCthls did not for a borne 1 last November, while sea by the S'Lucie during l1; : 1: .. U4 t kxtnA BIB. "
Iff 18J8 weeks of discharge1 vita.15I '
of \ :ot The Stuart News.Immediately period when the discharge occurs. seven .4 ( km. t
aim working
*. A struck satisfactorily achieve the .. "'
Upplncott officer of the The first freest generally < Cash
pencil No wonder there wu
Just sharpen your muddy ;
blanket WITH STUART DRtJO A afterward h* fled w.V. ; .
Biug> forming I a protective 4' ,
Harbor throughout the State Feb. ?
here and well 1 "f.
Corp the-JUatoi bill apprehended and follow this. water five miles to sea oft St. A.a.: see. n.w .
wn Oreat Lakes" yachtsman. 5-'. another frees was general over large area of vegetation, Mrs. Ralph Brighton Of Jensen was There are 1.800 seconds in art' Luc Inlet at the height of the "
California city in February lIot It 4,05 see 'IiM ,
Ioo hVlhe.
t the wheel of the new type Feb. (..1011..nd- extreme eold Throughout! the winter the Beach formerly it Royers- aMifsW A hour and ",400 seconds In a period when the V 8. Engineers .. If. 5,05, In 1..1;.: l lII. ,
staff forgery charge
*ft ford Pa. bas joined Me( en ., .. C
and expressed enthusiasm weather, freezing In many\ sections II OeOs e55
service: sends twq forecasts dally day. Multiplying U.400 by 8.000'we were lowering the big lake. ., 1"M.
1-4-5 of Stuart Drug ,Cosp. The watch apt ring secured: from fox II 1:11 ear .,. ,1 C
'the March
ease with which: it returned that cubic Let's Just hope "It dont rain 55 0s Cs 755 5,1.f'
additional .forecasts duringthe ", relumed by the Lot An find "' ;
with the I
w r
d be handled It,was the '"All Florida growers had threeto Brightens are interested JA "' M5s 5,5, eeC ii :
( critical periods resort fieldit J.naen Cl.'l gels! police department feet of. water poured ,Into, the no more tot a; spell. Muss Ice;, cii see 5
CQOfMUSd, 9so ,ft f.. 1"'''). four days advancsf warning of( .. ,, ,i C II "

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Track TeamsTo TEAMt
STUART HOLDS ..a.... "I" MM a
'I Ga4Nl1gN0 (APl-rOt the m cane \
.1 Beach MeetThirtytwo
.,, Enter Vero slated to report to Notre u at...

b1'i;, lnlw.it I LOOP LEAD TIE grid coach Frank Leahy nut k
MAt to know whit
you athletes 111 boys JS are Of Irish
t High School track descent TNrtt
I : v.rlou" ball players, scouts and Martin County
l\ i A, I inanSgers.. think about the' nl two I WITH POMPANO and IS girls, will leave tomorrow morning for Vero Beach to compete are lettermen. --4.i .
Conference outdoor meet a U p.JR.
pennant races liking a general In the annual Indian River
I, ,,f"l } I rtnientua, tan .la the vote in bulb 1 tomorrow.

H I 1' :'.."*/" AN :
''I In the National the Hall Driven in Deciding Runs This meet will conclude activIties I IrArS
." t 'f leaiu. Pod, within the SEC organiitlon. Smith and Lurllne Greene to en- ,
Bebee Gets
era ara aural* b* an Improved teams a.
e'Ith mora expert- 4th Win J v t sa Following the meet ter events and Mary Lou Garner .

sued and: greaterconllitenci r representatives ot the seven remaining Molly Rlcou. Wanda Clements ,

In EAST COAST GLADES LFACUtft members ol the loop June Pollock, Alice Priest NYlON' ,
I 1. I'ft ('HISlUANt (
I pitching. Youth ; t ,.U will meet at Vero Beach Hlgb Ann Leach, Betty Knickerbocker
store aster from I II I' *,..no t Kill Pollock
\ !; ,.:. I :.0 f School to dissolve the conference Juanlta Baker and Iris
I m. mldnimmer on. I M.......... rwld i I "T I and wind up official affairs to compete as a volleyball team. BAIT CASTING liNt
But the Cardinals ItY War n 1.o
d. : : are atfo' much : Lnl. Worth .,eaatMitr I Ilk. However. Stuart Principal ErwIn!I STUART SWIMMERSTO Smoother and smaller this
GLd''' Y 5 Bas 1'4 r, Johnwick, who will attend the
.;, itriinftr' that I Mar Rlon tt'h Y .... S with Coach SKIP STATE MEET : other Hoe of equal ten.
LAST SUND..y'. c EUtTaPvt. evening meeting
t airy looked tab e -
..... 50. 1..0 W'weA 1M'.rrl' Charles Kindred. Is hoping to their accomplished Braided tad practised by
a year ago--caper I l -- -- I I
NM1 s t
: :..jIa-: ART HOUTTEMAN NFREDSANFORD conference w.lth doily withCeorgeMiincct, l+TUtnT tYratw .FILL A YEaS draw up a new ( performances In sweeping al]
__ ...... _._._ methods which
M. CperIT and Johnny NEXT" aUNDAY'a' C"MES I ITI4k'I' N.w at least tome of the schools honors In the Indian River Conference insane

Beatley back et ('''asl-u' represented and perhaps Include meet April 39 In Mel- greater strength end flit
t. help out Breecheen. Dk-k \ I.... WnetY at H-11e'. (.taAefM I ais this section' of the of casting. Mad in om
Pallet ........ t...... 0& "......o- 0 others in bourne, no members of Martin
on and olhera. .1.....ci .. II.'n4. h...h. I 4 State. Bounty High School's two swimming tests from 9 to SO Ib

'The Cardinata look to ba the oboe I II The seven schools to enter: lull teams will compete in tho

I 0'' both league, They hove a young Charley JtIlU'a clutch tWO-bail-I teams tomorrow Include Stuart. annual State meet In Lake Worth NORWICH LINE COMPAQ

h,\\wtUnft star ..t.leh..1 pitch- Her to right field which drove 1 iA a "h, Melbourne, Cocoa, Eau: Oallle, tomorrow and Saturday\ war '
I :o5 staff-th* \belt mflcld In baseball I home two runnrra' with 1 two out I Vero Beach and Okeechobee. announced this week by Principal yJU;seaCuyt .t.

\ wltb| Muilnl. Scnotrndienit. Marlon :In the 7th inning enabled the Tltusvllle will\ send only team Erwin F. JohnwickJohnwtck NORWICH, N.Y,

and Kurowikl and are silk. beat Stuart Sailfishes u> but out at I members who are not seniors said he still Is in

itfleldf. : They have liana and iplrThey .- highly Improved Boynton Beach I Johnwick: said because of a conflicting i hopes of lining up a dual meetor leMfcyLEADING

II and there ara rot art getting Hill a any few young.en ifi" team2 Sunday on the losei'll'lIeld. senior activity tomorrow two for the teams, but had HARDWAP

night there. received no replies yet to his andSPORTS
connected with Terry Modra knee. : t..o'
The triumph flf.h I In six Each school Is limited to overtures, STORES
the arms ft Kurowakl and Slaughter -

Marion'> back and Johnny Bexr for Stuart kept the Sail .tarl.'j entries In each event_which will '_. __ .- _____, __.___ h__
te But ao far, theie highly Inipor- deadlocked for the league a t: have a total value of 11 points

i tons cog m0 be grinding with faat-travellng s a for four places. I
monthly I which sported a 10-run lotI Kindred announced the Stu-

I The aerlout experts 1'va talked tock ling Sunday In Its M-4 drub I' Itt-yd dash: Ted Bishop and I VICTORY BAR

Billy, Southworth Bravo aa bing ot Lake Worth, I Wlllard Well. I

lie serious threat The Sjllflshers keep to the Mile run: Jack Thompson and ;

"If Mart Cooper plcki up where) road next Sunday playing the V. %* Paul Mispel IS WHERE YOU CAN GET A

n left oft tail year." one icout told tint ot two straight tilts I EDDIE FRAUTT DON JOHNSON TOM FINE ....7d. dash: Bob Greene and TASTY REFRESHING CLASS

"le. tht Braves on challenge the Rudolph Krueger
:ardlnala and Oodgtri. Cooper" la with dangerous Clewlston. On These rookie pitchers are among those eon.lderIhe"bl "n, ." They are Ayers of the New York Half-mile relay Paul Ther- OF

I great pitcher-not merely a good May 25 the Hendry County out ell by diamond experts to be_the most promising Giants, Houtleman .t Detroit, Sanford .t the ault, Dick Robert,,. Emerson I
n and following
fit will the
.tie. Southworth I U two deep Elliot I two play Sundays here Stuart will Jn the Major teaiuet this season. All have ft Loula Brown, Fravtt of Cincinnati, Johnson Kramer and Arthur Henry. BLUE RIBBON BEER.'ON .

till help a lot. The Braves can t* compiled ulstanding minor league records and of the New York Yankees and Fine of the Boa- Plaeusl. Harris Wall and Roger
1 1t I play drat there and then here : :
club band) time DRAUGHTTHE
tough to
any oeR
\ already have had tastes of the competition In ton Red 8x.
111"I Cllade I
( : \ I 9 _.. "n, '.. .- High Jump Wall and C. II
\ "ubt /for Fourth Place Three Stuart hurlers limited
\ {r Tht Spring vote, for fourth plan :he hoots to Nix singles Sunday J Hard wick. "Runt MARINE ROOM
but four of these were coupledIn HIGH SCHOOL I Sailfishers/ LETTERS DUE 10 Shot putt Griffin and

I ft, oea nybody to,the acrambl Cubi .After with that the, Phil.It 4< I the fth and 8th Innings to Ro>aFree. IS THE PLACE TO
throw I' Ed Howard and
ea. Olaoti, Pirates and Redj In a 'I produce Jesse "Stringy"the two Arnold Boynton, making runs i Mark ON SCHOOLBASEBALL L Roberts. ENJOY A COOL REFRESHING DRINK
did drive to head the second dlvl-\ GRID CARD SET Baiting HIGH Half-mil
\ ran: HuUhin-
Ion. But the etperti are cagey I his first hill appearance for: ON WARM EVENINGS. BRING YOUR FRIEND
(I tough to auggeit that one ot theia Stuart, this year, tossed shut ton and MIspeLZ2 '
t .font< reach the Brat dlvlilonTh I out ball the first four frames Drops to .29 TEAMMartin ) -yd. dash Wells and Kramer AND ENJOY YOUR FAVORITE, DRINK
h r 10-Came Schedule Includes ,
Cardinal Ire the pick. "By : facing( only 13 men before retiring I '
all dJe. the "beat aH-irtnnd learn'; la to left field In favor of Bob I Five Contests at ........- Broad jump: Bishop and Iln-, VICTORYBAR

I baseball one) veteran told l m... Johnson The latter ahaklnrailimited I HomeA Bud Parton' steady pitching I ward !
't' Only reap UI leek. sea let them 1 his efforts to the 5th I tot[ Boynton Beach Sunday County High School'sbaseball Rope climb! Bishop and (Hard-J'
after Bit I II 10-game schedule for Mar- team, which wound up wick | AND MARINE ROOM
I dawn* They are all elaaa Tha Dodera > Inning) which Bebee
chopped 10 points: oft the Stuart 1
i I en will I bustle I but they weal out- I rams on to twirl thiee-hll ball i tin County High Schools foot- Its first season:\ In 15 years May! Three boys will make !the trip -

,. bustle, thla Cardinal team-net an the ''the last four Innings and gain ball team next fall was rele9edyesterday Sailfishers' team batting matt 0 I with one,win anti oboe losses. with. competition for them us' Package GoodsTHE'

t'I' bail Geld where Met wta and .lose )credited for the win. by Principal Erwin F' as it fell ,to 391, ,ut,1InProV: will have halt of Its 10 lettermen 'certain Hurdle, javelin and pole

I .* .M Bcbce found himself In hot Johnwick! and Coach Charles fielding raised the team's markIn I from this season back for play vault events are' not listed on '

"- The I P dgera are packed with "If" I water In both the 7th and Bin! Kindred that category ( points to MT next year, It was announced yesterday the me>t program but may be I

\ f n-Branra, Barney, Head. ftrat base, stanzas but effectively held the The card Includes five gameson Horace "Mute" Arnold by Coach Charles Kindred Included In which event. the
third bate and Pile Belaer. lha Stuart lead and atruckout the the Stuart field with Pompano got Stuart entries! will be:
I only Cardinal "If" lea few removed, In Vero Beach, ClewlstonPaholtee hit In four tempts but held I2l-yd. hurdles: Wall and: Jim
side the 9th. His four-Inning The five to return Include I
hlr place atop the individual
ant) replaced, btnea. I
I tenure netted him a total of and Cocoa furnishing batting list With a healthy .520 pitcher Arthur Henry, catcher\ BLUE GOOS1!
The eonnntui 'I\ due Amerlcnn i the opposition Games away In- Javelin: a- and Joe Smith
1! leads I fven strikeouts and ran his season average: Bit Bebee and Elmer C. H. HardwIcK, infielder Charles
.i j mopes circuit itrongly to thel elude Okeechobee, Melbourne, Pole vault Beach Brooks and
string to 52 for 39 Innings!! Titus and outfielders Lamar
( : Graham remain his chief
l as
l I Bedbug.! o think pitched The victory was his{De/ray I Beach, Tllusvllle I ,and competitors with ,450 and 381 Howard and Joe Smith. Seniors E d aw.th: I!
t I know the Tigers they wi1Lteat 3 Miles North of Stuart Fed. Highway 1
out the Yankees They dont lourlh without loss I Fort Pierce. The latter will be marks, respectively who will graduate at the end of Glen girls phy-
Hams a joint homecoming contest It ilcal education teacher at the '
Lowery, husky Stuart this month include Willard
I -> think hey ran beat out the Red Sox Bebee, who notched: his fourth
chant" i center fielder, opened the scor wa announced, Wells, Emerson Kramer Ed Ho- school here, will direct' the 13- DINE
-but they figure a :
; 1 mound victory In Sunday's+content A COOL PLACE TO
/ : In the 2nd Inning when he The schedule : glrl team at this meet She listed
i 1 with better pitching. which they ring \ added seven more batters ward, Jerry Shlpes and Jim Bowden -
tnifht get And better pitching can led off with a. home run; the Sept 20: Pompano here to his strikeout llldred AUman, Iris Pollock,
total it
I'I'J' >I' up a tot ':first by a Ballflsher this season. Oct 3: Okeechobee,Hkere' running The team scored Ita.only uanlta. and Phyllis Baker, Carol
to for
52 the season and cut his AttractiveSUMMER
I His hit was a tremendous clout Oct. II: Melbourne, there triumph against Melbourne and :
I earned run to 2.71.The ,.
L Yanks Need Dill agioi / to deep right( center that traveledmore i Oct. Ill Vero Beach here average suffered defeats at the hands of .' .

'the collapse ot Yankee hitting 1..1 than 400 feet on the lYihll I 1 Oct. 241 J Clewbton, here averages'O Port Pierce twice Cocoa twice 13IACIC

peer. plus the type of spring tralnhI Boynton Beach Oct 31, Delray Beach there I It H A.I, Palm Beach Junior College MENUS.
ink;they have employed, won't be i blow off Johnson In the 5th Tom NOT. 7: Pahokee, her N Arooid. 0 :. 1 la R.RI ,to twice,Vero Beach twice and Melbourne ,

aryl big Both the Red Sox and Cooper and Norman Lolatte 1 No*. 14.: TitusTille there (John I.Iffin' ..",,, 0 0 t 1 I I .tat once.SPRING. tIJ EpRL, -- I '
Tigers will leave Florets much: bet'r I opened with singles and Cooper Nov 21: Cocoa, her h.b. : : 1 : :::: .. 1J ,SANDWICHES ICE COLD .BEER

r to sn : teams The 'injury i it. soored on a pair of infield outs No*. 27: Fort Pierce, there. "hia.Y....... I.1 .1.. I a .4 .000E lOt, GRIDWORK .
DiMuggto I hea keen a hard The 1-1 situation held until -- ".....1 I 1 1 I e .1.a Supreme Sift ,WE SPECIALIZE. .
tine Joe t. the Yankee apearhesd I IThlr. the 'Stuart 7th. Warren Shlpes AWARDS DUE MAY 28 I..y I If a 1 e .leo I
J. Arnold I .
will have If! be a I.rln upH I and Jesse Arnold singled in succession I Athletic awards in football :: b II' s v .Ise.SetWnloeon BAIT CASTING LINE 'ITASTY- 1- c .
ti' warn tilt, on the part of the yankedsaF Noll 0 : : I : :leaTha.ea. '
with one out and'after I(I basketball, track, swimming and .. CANCELED. .
; totieat out either Red box or Tigers I J : I t m .The World Ban Case SALAD ;
Bebee fanned the stage was let' baseball will be made at Martin I antis I t : I ,
I'' 11 _",.Ibly 10 head off tine, 0.' 0 .
''' If a I .1"
the for Hall s winning blow I County High School on senior n.I.... If a e s .nee : ing Liner r. smoother and J'''
AI. this moment, and
(f+ too high Jndlan"1, Bebee only free pass opened 1 I class night May Hit was an- 1'."..... a U a e .'11A' Plans for a two-week session I stronger waterproofedby \L'( 73
re gat .
I .A := any : :: the Boynton 8th Ross, the recI- nounced this week by Principal ..?' I. e e .enS of football drills at Mar
pennant Russo I.. ., I. I ... spring our special' procew.l DELICIOUS CHICKEN SAND W ICHE
E .s beg dlIeren., pient then stole second and Erwin F Johnwlck. I II...via... .J'I" "e' asae e .... tin County High School have World': ;Record of slJUb: ""
{ tallied l on )pud Partons line, been cancelled) it was announced 1 v4:
he O.K. "
Yankee pitoblag eaa ani Tarpon on an IS lb. :
} ? single to left The next batter TRAM: a IT' 45' 01 l01iitiGE Monday teat :
17 Erwin
.. by Principal: F
i It yea last year. .bull tiler. mast be St>lp ss I I I 0J. line made "*
Y 1 a big 1 chaags III Taokee "lIl1n.. I was hit by a pitched ball, 'but .4r..Iotf-1f 0 .I 1Ars.aw '' Johnwick, je/ai with a Black .... ., .. '
e aJohsne
Pearl .
|the next two quietly submittedand However, Johnwick reported
'. + Topkee .ptr.t, cud T.nkef II..U' e 0 I. ,
"!" fhla refers Ie the Yankees II 194', Bebee !fielders stood and B.... o s 0 1 0 FISH WITNESSED 1 In lieu of this cancellation grid\ PACKAGE GOODS

set the goad getting ready fsr t8n.BnL watched M he whiffed three In n.HoN...e..M III 0 I e. e 1 0 I Rockport. Texas May'15-M>) practices at the school will start LINE COMPANY ;r''f .
r t tie 1941 Taakee squad mod I a row In the home 8th -A sight rarely witnessed the 'Aug 18 next fall Instead of the r"fr! .. WINE-AND BEER* :

t h.. by sow bow essay ,.mn II Woody Munch made his first BOYNTON LEACH flg e r migration of hundreds of thousands regular beginning two weeks OIWICH, '.T," ,

.lout lout year tIIr..1I this wrecking appearance for Stuart playing a "M II 1I r. of fighting game" fish later on Sept. 1. Coach diaries *

lal1l.. A few 1t..I. .. Cardl- creditable game at second base omen n 0 i 0. stretched out In .100-mile panorama Kindred will be asslslted with kid' by

1jj awl blood eseld help. etero than etrue. and Hall gob his first starting B. T"m'.r 'h 4 I Ie. was reported Saturday the team next fall by Assistant HARDWAREand
Y.. eaa back ea Becky H... role catching: seven frames before c...w... .., lb 4 0 I etetiI. by George Devine and Len Crook Coach Joseph McCoy, LEADING OPEN DAILY

r'" Chile! Dresses cad Red Carts.'S being relieved by Horace 4s ... 0 : i i operators of a fisherman's flying

''S .......gea Ie handle. saws Moa their abarea Arnold. Parton' tight pitching 'Fuualalo.11..... I'rt I'0 .. .oIt. service, Crook said that the RACING MEET SET SPORTS STORES. (Except Sundays)

tU plot, bet Ib.y' era act wt au with which, he fanned 11 In goIng .. 11"ii" I like were coming In a seemingly Eustls, May IS irNS) _I --------"'- .
ticleld wlnnlag 1.81.. the route and three new -. f endless stream with bonlta More than 75 miniature tact ear ---- -

/II Yankee revival could make a regulars, Ross Fountain and Deere by nnlHtiHoyato .. scattered among them. Trout are enthusiast will gather here May

o + i t btdieerence. but this means pram Dermout. nerved to bolster the lI'rUAlT* B..cll ao 010' n.0 II. test-a ala-0. raveling In a scattered forma .9 for a Btat championship Ilfl.f$1.11. M!Lb}6 Major r Ball Parl

a ,' Ucally the antics team mUll plsy Boynton cause which suffered Run* balled !! -- Hnonun 0. Pen tlon while red fUh and mackerel meet held under the auspice .of
'Ibene-ball outside of Spud Ch.ndl.r, Inn, Tn I't.-:: iIoH.. Am'.Id are In successive schools. the EuatU Model Club
IU second straight one-run rebuff _. .
{ wh It attn their beat pitcher otter ,.._1t.IL H rue.-I..e.ry k..ned.. TI Awn + ". .w,', .. ... ""'
\ tuart S Rornlmi Bfwrli f Lot 1"t'-: ; lmm; nmpp"' '''mr''AM'A' ''''RM'; ''A iar7l IIIIi!... "i !/
eoote nine of major league .. 4I1- -
1 Scoel "
years Smirt 10.00,0
f box rwy.N: +'IkJU1tVly'WwW4, :: .:dIW. W'WArbr' kWlatl .a'
The score: taw >...-KOMld atr.ebwet hy J { '
KrrlQf.I ,", I. >> ..l.*. 1. kr r>rt.. II l 1
ITUAIITAll II w MI'-n' _*.. I. ale r..... "DINE and DANCE'AT Do You Know--
I } t' Cleveland Has NursersI sullr" ef .. A4 0 iIesom .1M.H" be ...........jy. grew liDo.( I k
--I s eH. .. Hues in* kiu__ff 1. AnwWI "' Wkt ,
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w. Tb.li ..
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I "t ''ft. vote w. bare picked ap giveat ..1 'N 0 1 .4 I I In 4 I....... off Joke... 1 awl"THE ,
Muse, : t aL.en.y I. I 1..1... .If Hebse | and I In 4Wlnnina Uet. riMar i WV U4 M O. I. gotten ta I*
Jot Gordon a goon poor, posstbly a of a I I ., ...... ...,....* M-, s..b.ii. u. ,,. What Pitta* We* ....WMwrt. Leei Ue ,..
.' .. with Cfevtiand pltebieg a4P ..... ... 'b I
{ I big, lb 4 1 I evr-PnN cud "' 1'00. lauk. Ie
t The Cleveland out.y .. He* Mmr" r. *.4. s leaM> AM UM4MeM w
"P ways SfiYMOUR'S
ParouL. :
'- blow I INN leCIf i., WhM heye* lel* lit *eiJ
d Ii {I T geld however Infield lin't is any too par hot alt .- JINX"BEER J::lea 4 f ,. WM'fhyae. >VM N;:t.a.-:''.
i 'o Y**>T .,, Who* Wer

II;IITI'II', baseman Kell la close.la the to being)..,...tile. bert 'WNCH SOFT DRINKS TASTYDEIiCIOUS, FOOD > c ...,..*, Itttta. ........ *l|.. .reWr. .
,* main Job, of toon.. Is sup Mixed Drnlu( -:.B.., OB Draft' leave Thud *W news of r 011.1'0.
rM.to| UM Red lox, with Ted WU SPECIALCHICKEN > Ham,, a* Will M OffeAsf It* Awttt 01 # *"

.f llini. Tex Hughsan. Bobby Doerr, HEAR GENE ON'THE SOLOVOX w,.. u4 Jf/Mf/ tMOM, Ofitttt Htrl'f Jew.* W /.'
i ,L \-Do* JPIMaggl and JoBnny Peaky FRIED' STEAK SANDWICH fr. Ul*u Will it Feud 1m V- *

E ., 'Tfc vote, al this! moment
t; '....t t I"podgars h.le... .Red*. Red SoL So.'The The text third vote vote Ist Opens 9)00 A. M. ,"'til 2100 A. M. OUR FKIALIAJEIAH WIDE: ADUU' MM

3 / MiU North of Stuart : Fed No. 1 SFECIALTy -
n ... Tigers a Now ..1.
Cardinal Stft
:,hi on at All "". lM* M.wu4..sd.N .
awe after all there Is hoi sumit YOU CAN'T BEAT THE JINX Jensen> Beach *' SEYMOUR GIDEON
f bent it
Postag. Paid .
mq 00 lb..*. pllll the> grad "* tile Open Sunday Noon Till 2.00 A. M. Owner C C. Sptak* ***,jHt Ueito *, .0.
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, ( OF FI6NINGipiS BELLE GLADE GRANTED 'M7' ARREST IN/APRIL' !the. St, John' RIVer to'commer J If .,
IS BOCQHTllabassee. RADIO STATION LICENSE Signup For LedB's Countywide Junior Baseball '
Tallahassee May 15 Stale eta!' fishing was by florIda -

May 19 ,<*>- Washington May 15 TIle wildlife officers made 231 arrests sportsmen today as, 'the i

Luur* which would require Federal Communication Commission for violation of huntingand greatest single: stroke for, conservation +

yang of fishing guides operL bas granted the Seminole Program to Be'eld at High School Next Week' fishing regulation during' _In a decade: ,,. '+ t 1 r

In fresh wake wad taV" Broadcasting Company a April, the Oame and Fresh Water ----x '

.',4 committee m the House on Tuesday Fish and by license radio to station establish In Belle and operatea Glade i -....._.__ ____..__--_- monthly Commission report released disclosed today.In a Athletes Foot Itch '

Fla. The permit calls for a stand- Signup of all Martin County 1 appearance within the next week Not Hard To ,Kill !', '

1 hi* license would COlt *5 an- and broadcasting station, WO are boys Interested born after In Jan.participating 1, 1830 who RULES EASED and will be available here soon' DECISION LAUDED In One Hour,*' .. 4.1P ;1 1aN
and would be Issued by kilocycles, to be- operated only the American Legion's Junior after first day sales in New ')York Orlando May 18 (A') A vh..A.M eat ..as al.P .me,.... ,
.rjy ..
i i9
during daylight Call letters have a. ?eL s *
Water baseball program here this summer ON CJty., A 3-center commemorating Supreme Court decision uphold- "" 0' .. / 1MM. IT Pt.NKTRATKM. +,t, t'4
oanduullaeee not yet been PACKAGESTO ..
,_ .
h Cateitm wouldbe will be held at the high the 100th anniversary of ing the State Game and Fresh MORE L.in-if. t. KILL Ult Kc o

permitted to e&1TJ'ackl.. LICENSES OPPOSED' school Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Y.rJ U. S.'postage stamps will be Issued Water Fish Commislon's rightto STUART DRUG STORE
/nib while conducting parties, and Thursday of next close Lake'' Okeechobe. and Aclv, .t
and next Wednesday
Saturday -
be required re- week, It was announced this SERVICEMENCity -- ---- -
not would pdlahassee May 15 (VF)) '
t any violations of Game and ,Representative J. H. Baker of week .by T.; J :'f: Kennedy, who I a Kent commemorative I '
b commission regulations, by Liberty County has Introduced ,Is chairman of the Legion com- airmail envelope will be issued : ACCURACY COURTESY SERVICE,
mbell of parties they were :a bill which would give veteran mittee for the program. Deli.-show;: Gainst, Next Monday a l-cent souvenir I 'AbstraCt &' Title Insurance Co., Inc.
dint to the commission or of both World Wars authority to I After those! four days further I New Stamp Issues sheet complimenting the < .
Abstract Escrows Title Insurance
let revocation of their take fish and game without a ,singing up will be possible at .Coming 4 ? ii"
International Philatelic
too. ;license In Florida. points to be announced next Centenary I 10. Victory)' Arcade ,Stuart, Florida L (. ,
I week In Jensen Beach, Salerno Requests for parcels by all Exhibition In New York which .
j -- ____.
for nine ,
opens Saturday days -
I'Kobe Sound Indlantown and members of'the arjned forces \ '
wlll.be Issued but will not be
Well and wick Stuart.will Principal, be In charge irwin F.of John-the still overseas no"longer are required available' anywhere thereafter '5 We Sell the Be.t'I, I"We Service the, Rest"
Jones Drilling PlumbingQuick
It was reported this week except at the Philatelic Agency "
the II
slngup at high school next d'A' II "
Service).' Wei try to pleas you I week. by 'Assistant Postmaster H. J. of the Post Office Department In' v Buy Your .

Inquire After the registration Is considered Schwarzcl There also Is, no I Washington .. '
at Seven persons from Stuart 'Refrigerator ,-' Radio''- Appliances
complete Kennedy said, longer a llint) -on how many
349 W.6tb St. I took a competitiveexaminationSaturday
SYDNEY JONES the number of teams to be organized 1 packages may be sent,8chwarzel! I for three Civil Service Where The Guarantee ''i
In this county will be said a'ddlng that size limit has positions, In the Post Office here,
p. 0. Box 1048 PHONE,292 Stuart FloridaTHE determined, managers and been, Increased to 100 Inches In I, the position being substitute Is'' Ba'ked",. By t'
counselors named for each and ,
w sponsors acquired. Flay will get Trol*<..l PKoU it,,.. combined width and breadth and : clerk substitute cltFcarrler and SERVICE ';I.
special delivery BARTLETT'BROS.
messenger Applications
under way early next month. T. ). F.. KENNEDY- weight limit to 70 IDS. 'j for Civil Service Ixamaleading "'

,, Web Ordway In Jacksonville The assistant postmaster reported to appointment to posi- 317 Osceola Ave Phone Stuart 209GRADUATION K
STEAK HOUSE Monday was Informed that a June 50, wilt'represent Martin the city; mall f delivery tions In the Internal Revenue '

film "Play Ball Son I" sponsored all-star outfits In .this 0th dis service, }bow 2V, months old, It Bureau in five Southeastern I --- ---k, ,-4----------- ; j t
Miles South of Stuart Fed.
3 HiWaySTEAK : (! by the Fort Motor Company trict. showing continued Increase In States were due In Atlanta Tuesday :

CHICKEN and'SEAFOOD DINNERS which li'co-sponsor of the The champion the, district customers although It still Is being I No date ,pad been announced j {"
tf national Junior diamond movement the handled by two carrier The for trie test. "' WILL SOQN BE HERE ,, T
will 'In State tourney
Is available for
showing Stuart Postmaster Ralph W. <
service\ Is given twice a day Monday J
here. said Immediate Utter In the summer 'and the I i LAYAWAY THAT GIFT NOW .
Beer Wines and Soft Drink. Kennedy 'through Friday In an sec I I Hartman fa on vacation until
steps will be "taken to borrow it State champion then will '00 tions of the city except in .the 'June }J.
GAS; OIL TIRE and AUTO REPAIR for showings In Stuart And probably the regional finals which Includes Bessey Addition >nd the negro, -----.L... _..___, '
Open 7 A. M. t:3loo A, M. several of the,other towns champions of Alabama section. All sections get$ one delivery I FOR HER FOR HIM t
G. L. Dunning Owner In the county. Georgia South Carolina and on Saturdays, I 'A 'Bulova Watches Bulova Water Proof ''
? Ordway 'also Inquired about Florida. The regional l. winner Schwarael'asked continued equipment and plans for the activity then Is'entitled, ,(tor the,national by residents in puttln'l R \'E ALESTATE I Diamond Rings t
of the all-star team which final to be held this )'ear' In up mall boxes and numbers .J Fifth 'Avenue Compact Bracelet, t ,
will be selected fro", aU teams 'Last year's national for the service Vlthotfgh he 1 I .Wales Bill Fold .
FLOWERS For OCCASIONS organized In the county, This championship team war-from reported mo V: people have com- Sterling Ch.telainea I b
team, which'must be chosen by New, Orleans, La., plied. He also urged business '. Hand Painted Sterling:!! Tie Clasp '" 1 ( ,t'i

houses In the downtown area to PortegueseCharms J; B. Stretch Band ,
: FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS business for looks If not for the I t't'i f
) STEEL BOATSContinued Or. Charles A. ..Carrlel l. pastorof actual service. Properties. of all .kinds Buy If You Wish On Our Lay-Away Plan '
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CERAMICS the Presbyterian Church here In line with, 'a recent announcement rep.irlnl'
We watch
I do
for saleAlso : our own
( ,, from Page One) will speak on ",!Events Between that printing "4fmany ; y : i
SMITH'S FLORAL Pentecost denominations of the cur- ." I'' : ( r i
& GIFT SHOP the Resurrection and / I ICrystals'Fitted
second craft ti''ter .the Snug at the 11 a. m.-servlce Sunday at rent postage issue will,be dts:' ,rentals. and i insut.ante. ALt WORK. GUARANTEED. ,
WE .
WIRE FLOWERS Harbor yacht basin. the Woman' Club. continued at least temporarily S '. *' "i"" :

Arcade Bldg, 5th SL, Ft. Pierce i Phone 310JZIGZAGGER -Quests expressed pleasure at''. -- by the the Post.Poe Office Office here Department reports all, 1, Engraving !

the spaciousness of the Interior s
denominations still fI rIV
ATTENDS'' MEETING ) available except "
arrangement of the ne+, boa U-centers, : "
The recent
which Includes three 8 by 10-ft Miss Lucllt' Inscoe; home centJoseph\ Pulitzer'Issue also 3-1 Edward Mapp ES?
rooms, attractively finished In demonstration agent for Martin l is still available here and additional -I I i LaPOINT. .

i .. pastel Colors. The kitchen Is County attended the District are:expected,' but I ,. ,. '
AS equipped with refrigerator and eOC'u Realtor
SEEN Home Economics Association the U t'-ceat air "
IiV JU'i jas 'stove. The bedroom has a meeting ,n Fort, Lauderdale mall still has not been received I I '' Imported and Costume,. Jewelry
IpJ:, P O. Arcade Bldg.Fhons .v .
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BAZAAR double and two single-beds and Saturday. and will not until the stocks of ,I '; .
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the settee In the budge converts the special I 1zed '
Into a double bed.' There Is MORE ABOUT have been exhausted.- Issue! 19 VICTORY! ARCADE-" ,,. i STUART,'. FLA.: .
ample overhead ahd bracket .Two new Issue will make their I I ,

lighting room. .- and plenty of head COMMISSIONContinued ......lco.-.I -" --

Officials present' Included ( from Page. One)
Donald 8. Warman president, ,

Stephen, Peabody, Fairfield, the commission: to take Immediate '
Conn., Vice-president John P. effect Is amendment to J
-A O'Conner vice-president, Joseph the city ordinance controllingsale
\ P. O'Conner secretary Henry 8. ot Intoxicating beverages :

scattering' a gay horne, Darien. Conn., president within the city Uml'Thll' ;
: of the board and Philip O. emergency, ordinance prohibit { "
Haitngton. In charge- of the the sale of all.such beverage
embroidered cllt11
r lloweri, 'e draughting department "..'t t, with from midnight Saturday until 6 i'f tfJ '
their families and guests. ) a. m. Monday from May'' until J
\ dainty strip ef lace enhance The president vice-president Dec. 14. This gives legal supportto
and .treasurer of..; Hearn's De- I the gentlemen' agreement
Y your Carol I King Originalof partment ,.Store, In New York which has ben in force the put I
which) maintains the largestboating two weeks. ,, '
how room in the country C. A. Christopher; named to 4' :
while Carole '
." lyn rayon will arrive here In' a 'few committee to draw up an electrical For Friday and Saturday. May 16th and 17th
days'-'accompanied by' Stuart wiring code for thy city, reported .
Junior sikea 9 to 13. Strauss, sales manager for'' the effort- toward that goal
concern to ''accept delivery on have ben "bogged down" and to :
9 5M the craft-first of -numbef' his request for action the commlslson STOCK. REDUCING SALE
9 2 consigned to the New York out decldedto call Another
let., meeting of the contractors "In v
the Immediate future t I In Lane With Our Continued Modernization -
Mr. O'Conner stated that nu- .. ,
at the A Ttquest of the commission ... t
merous contacts made 0 ,. Oll w +,
showing had evinced strong desire that parking on Albany Ave. be 1Sc VALUE Reg. Sale Price
'. -for craft In the Florida limited Che cast side was con- '
sycb '
Moth Killer 79c
Cashmere -t.o!! Elk.y .
area. tinued to a later meeting for decision Bouquet r -
: and.It was decided to have Lifebu $1,00 Nil'Deodorant-I .. ... 89e
and .
,<- Vermouth has a base of white Chief of Police Roy Baker Investigate 1 $l.00 Dee: Nate .. .. 89c -
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,wine fortified with alcohol and the situation and.report .r Woodbury + : r Yx t
fie In I M1 \then aged for,a'ear: or more in pack with recommendations ,= ., 0 Dil-Kil ..._....-. .. 69c. BABY SUPPLIES ,.
", wooden! casks. : .. "" -,25'MoUi Flake( ..1!..._,............*. .... 19c .. Baby Oil
\ "s" 0'APS --
.25 Elka,'* ,Cedar Cheat Compound .... 19c 50c Johnson 43c ? 1 e

rfOR 50c Menncn's 43c

k\\ 2 BUG BOMB with DDT ;.:.. .... ........$2.98SAVE Baby Soap ,: '
.lQ ((15c Regular Val.) '

; for 25F'. ON DRUGS 2 for 2Sc i i75c ,.,. ,

A 0; ar ". Dextri-Maltose 69cMANY '
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( keg"t Sale Price Re*. Sale Price'. '

$1.65 Pinkham'a.Compound _...$1.19 .50 Phillip Milk of Magnesia .39

..1J TIRES $1.25 Agarol ... *._ .. ..,. 1.09 $1.60 Fitch'. Shampoo & Tonic .99' '

t $1.25 Petrogalar __. .,. u. ... ,.89 -75 Usterine __. .._.v.. .. n .59 i
First choice, lor extra quality I $1.25 Absorbine, Jr. -."-,_.__ a .89 .25 Carter Liver ,Pill __.. ,., .19.
extra value, a *af.>. : $1.50 Kaomagna ...?,... ...._..,..... 1.29 .25 "BC" Headache Powder .. ._ .19 *"

sound, good looking Goodyear $2.00 SSS Tonic _.,. .'-._.. ...__ ._._...:.-. 1.89 ..25 Shoe Polish ......_....__.___..._.... .19
give you- long low .75 Phillip Milk of Magnesia ...... _.,. ',.59 ,.25. ELa. .. .. ... ._..___.... '" .19 \. ,Y
cost mileage,greater safely.! I
( 1'- And you pay no premium EXTRA SPECIAL
...4' oi '
.... lor the plus performance ( '
these famous tires.\ Gome tn 25% Discount on all Billfolds!
and gel forgoes! $'I l16.1'0 ,

years ...... I
., aolna, "'.- ....'-,_ .... ""' THe Recall .StoresirtJART
rise ,'''' ,

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a f ,. i.NOTICE. i.
Stuart Motor 'Go.NJrth 1 PHONE 11
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i : We Will Be Closed All' Dair Neat Wednesday, May 21,' Citywide, Clean Up Day, Opening, : 1.
6l30 Thai Evening.
Department: Store' I, ,Federal t' Highway r -- ;Sft* H,.Flo-lda.: '1

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VISITOR HERE DIES Young Horticulturist Piesents1 t I PLANNED AT CHURCH] -
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iiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiimmmiiiiii; Funeral services'for' W. Her. A section of the *.
I II Monday

I } : IN THE FAMOUS iij JACK A. PENHALE, 62 April bert Poff 30 at(9.his who home died in WUllama-suddenly Garden Club Program ChUM night for will members be rwerved of \is?

f\\ DIES HERE TUESDAYJack port Pa, were held at St. Mark's den Club of Stuart who ,
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I Luthern Church Member of the Garden Club I Brazil. I tend the 1.30: p. m.
St. in
\ / Lucie ArthuPhale Wllllamsport II IItl8
: 1 Region 6), died May 3. Burial was in Montours- of Stuart closed the club season "Borne proudly on slenderstems of' of "The Seed. The' K ant*
Tuesday morning at his home IQ I in their endless hues
meeting Monday' afternoon o1Vernational
vlllt Cemetery in at the Mat themti,
I ; H tMf n. SPORTSMAN IS A GUARDIAN C* .'MU-RLSO5INCaa I the St. Lucie Inlet Farms section./ + Wllllamsport.Poff. by appearing in an arrayof |color are the exotic leaves' of carried out In U. a. and kv
Funeral services were to be conducted was a prominent flow the fancy leafed caladium; Is dlam. Club
,. The finny population\ sing With, slender cane poles, we Wllllamsport businessman and bonnets made of natural members ,
at Johns Chapel at 4 this ix.r ix. demonstrating :the opening line of an original, takepartlntheprojrar
; 4 Ing"*"Happy clays are here again j boated about twenty fine fat afternoon by the Rev R. M. Fen- sportsman, visited here through ers and shrubs, pamphlet which the son of Okee-|has'been
'because St. Lucie spillway little channel cats and six or ton with burial In FernhUl Ceme the month of March and became unusual talent lii the millinery chobeel State Representative' the Rev, w arranged Q. by the* Y,
was *hut off Monday morning eight beautiful bluegllls\ \lost a tery. known for his attendance of Rotary art. distributed to club members.Th..ummal' lows Aldridg* Ii ,IUI'UI
and the river will be clear !again whopping big gar and a big mud (Club meetings each weekOriginally Convention reports of the local kno..Iedae : : ,
scientific -
Penhale was born in Corn- of )' of his
and final reports Welcome
soon fish-and for ,my money had planning a one-week delegates three' by the pastor IKD
wall, England and came to gleaned through
more fun watching the corks stay In Stuart. Port liked the officers outlining the years activities sponse Mrs. W. R. Uad
Jerry Smith Captain Ford wiggle and plop than any 'of thehlghfalutin' America as a young man. He city so much he stayed the full l -along! with horticulturalstudy ,years of research descriptionOf den dab president; poegT, 111111'U
had lived here 22 and contain a
years was
filled ,
Carter Seeds Blow
and Captain Bob Fulford Oulf stream fishermen month and had planned to Incorporate and Into My & '
painter trade. varieties/ of the plant
a by 89
are en rout to Miami where his business and visit a long business session. Friend,," Mrs. Herbert
they will go across to Cat Cay For pure relaxation and peaceof He Is survived by his' widow, here each winter I The highlight of the after 'Is a prized who possession received of each his) solo -In The Garden" nib
with Stephen Pfubody on hli soul there Is nothing that Viola Edith Penhale; three sons, Poff the noon was a program on caladlums club guest Edith Matthews; preaen
OS-footer. "Water Wagon" beats a cane pole, cork and Jack of Detroit: and William 'and operated Harder with William L. Hendry, brochure.His 'i of the seed the soil and
to participate in the Cat Cay/ wiggly worm, on a lltle river- Arthur of Stuart; five daughters, Sporting WUllamsport Goods Company In Okeechobee High School senior, I simple descriptions of soil flowers by Mrs. Harry gwl,
tuna .tournament.! They are'I when'you are about eight years Mrs. Edith Thomason of Texar- in becoming sole as guest cpeaker. With an exhIbit propagation and climatic: conditions hurst Mrs. George Conrad
taking along Smith's littler old. kana. Ark., and Leora Jennie, owner 1919 fourteen years will likely lead to Introduction Mrs. J. E.
Funny how quick, I can return after of a dozen fancy Taylor; sermon//
Backus-built fishing cruiser from to that age myself The Martha and Jane Penhale of He was starting Instrumental work in In the store. | IMOGENE ANN TILTON of his hobby the varielle'l In Martin County of Walks In My Garden,' Dr. 12F

I which they will d.slv Peabody Is only thing missing was bare feet Stuart, and two grandchildren,' a trapshooting league organizing in Mr*. Tubs daughter *f Mr. Scout held the rapt many new and rare members of ridge. F! '
a'vice-president' o( Steal Boats and straw I Edith Ann and Patsy Aleta he traced the Arum family. The club was
hats. could haveused the lovers as
garden Ushers will be
the '
and took
area I. orIndlanto.a IT
an active part and Mrs. Retort I I K
'I Inc.: and lives at Fairfield Conn. a chaw of terbaccy, too- Thomason Scout the origin of the members of the high In praise of his youthful Doiler Mrs. Curtis
\ In{ Boy activities/ in WU- \rhli
and It ---- was married In reachesof ability as a lecturer as well as
wouldn't a done n* harmto Arum family to the Mrs. C. B. Ashley and
John Clay of Jutin\ Clay' & Co., I have had a stone Jug of water COL. B. H. KERFOOTDIES ber'of llamsport the He YMCA also,was Elks a mem-and Clement a double E.ring Tilton ceremony of Hobe to _the. Amason in the jungles of I his success-as a horticulturist Johnson. A committee Mu.' ki L
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along with -
stoppered cob.
t house has his 56-footer "Sea i(I Brother's, that's fl a hln'corn. ON MAY 2 Lodge fog P&AM, and a charter Sound by Dr. Charles A. Carried LEGION POST PLANS j the responsibility of Roscoe H. i dudes nosegays Mrs.on those Henry attendln'
member of the Wllllam Raltu,
port Rotary pastor of the PresbyterIan -
.. Rover" at Toley's Boat Yard for i Much as I regret my Inability Rollins T J.I1. Kennedy, Paul D. C. Armor and
. i I Club.A Church\ her, at his home TO MOVE BUILDING ] Mri. t-
minor refitting Suttirday. leaving I Ito attend, the unveiling of Steel Cot Benjamin H. Kerfoot, 88, Witham and Andy Talmas. Glass. Mrs. Leach and ,
Sunday for a flatting trip to''|I Boats, Inc., first new houseboat retired Army officer died May 1 May 3. 'The ceremony was followed also appointed a'com K. U ,
Lowery will m I
P INTRODUCES\ Harold Johns Post 83, American / arrange \lire
ky dinner at the Lighthouse '

I the at General
Keys. He flew down from Pratt Hospital In
Saturday afternoon
,|i my apolo- for mittee for aid to disabled veterans rations/ o fthe altar I
Chicago 'to make the trip i! gles to the firm were temperedby Coral Cables. He was well- OLD-FASHIONED BREAD'To I after which the couple Legion 1s mapping plans In Martin County composedof
I the knowledge that I was en- known here as a result of many left on a honeymoon trip from moving Its {recently-purchased I chairman Fred
I. !'I meet the demand .for the which they returned recently. building from Camp Murphy to Paul Wltham, ;
All winter visits
the salirishermen blue Toying to Stuart
In that
myself ectstatlc I : :: I Stafford and L. C:. Clements. dent and cashier of
kind of >
I martin addicts IInd other big spa'''seventh' heaven! of all dyed-In- Col. Kerfoot served In the bread Mother used to I[ Mrs. Tilton was -graduated a' plot on East 5th St., oppositethe the cit
bake A Jc P Food Stores Is Introducing from Orlando Senior-High Stuart ball park, where it Bank of Stuart !and lone
game fishermen j this
in world nacheral-born !
fishermen Philippines during the Spanish- NAMED COUNTY
I its new Marvel Home will be converted Into 'a home HUDSON been active in the' afoflrs
tailed j School la IMS and spent more
to have
as much attydid ;: bream and catfish tuning. American 'War and was In I ADVISORY BANKER and ":
Style bread community
here. Dressed In an than In niinos's trainIng for the post.Commander. counts
\ last year
Saturday afternoon I There ain't nothln' on the face I France with the nth Regiment,, old-fashioned red checkerboard { na Harris R. Lowery, Orlando, May IS-D. S. Bud- new appointment It will lit
Jacksonville hospital
up the South I Pork, with l 'of this earth that of which a
my boy : can compare he later became colonel '
I package. the new.bread will be son was named county' advisory duty to render advice! and
and ) of his. I II Mr. Tilton, wh attended Martin 'Jr. appointed temporary com
a pal
I Jimmy was helping Jimmy Ills Dad Boyd.hetout with It-specially when you fry ; the during World 49 War I. He was In I II considerably larger and wider 1 County IHrh School, holds mittees to handle details. Bob i banker for Martin County for 'set to the asslcatlou In itural .n III
carpet grass' when tooled up those little golden cats and I years. I than the' pl'elll'nt-day standard I a non-commissioned rank In'' Brown Is over-all chairman of 1947 R was announced here today and financial maUtn
him away fot a bieum; und rat- crispy bream In the evening He Is survived by his |loaf and wlU weigh-1',5 pounds, the Navy and U stationed In the project. Appointed to handlethe I by A. A. McKethan, president generally' to assist in the Db
fish expedlcUUoii up ih.it beautiful along with some hush puppies Mrs. Robert Kerfoot. of WldOW'1 A A P announced. It will have Jacksonville from where he moving arrangements were I of f the Florida Bankers As- live of how bank can bt
York City, and a thicker slices than sociation. serve the people of the Sub
iUf| :! Mi cam Cat Cay Phuoey the standard was given a special' furloughfor John Rosbury and Chester Ho-
r- - -. Margaret Thelen bread. the wedding man. Financial matters will be Hudson is executive l vice-presl- Florida: said McKethnn

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.ate, fleetest, anchors'In the Mississippi ,River: at vessel made a leisurely cruise up the Mississippi the Communist controlled Bay where a TWA plan crashed and allied all four of its m

I 14 : Memphis, Tenn, for an exhibition during the from the. Gulf of Mexico and New Orleans Government of Bulgaria. He' cupants on a training flight from New Castle, Del The are kW Y
-- '. -. --- -- -----+ was acquitted In the German occurred near Brandjrwin Shoals lighthouse, which can be ten
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1 Atlanta was re-elected president of the a Ve '
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I +' Southern Baptist Convention at the annual meeting in St. Louis. t

'I Ife displays a 14th century gold ehallde sent t* the Baptists- "e y

i America by the Flint. Baptist Church of Moscow. It was presented r M

l to him In Moscow during his visit' to Russia last Bummer as a 1.l 1. "

I' token of international friendship between Baptist of Russia and / ,\
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P tovett. Now York banker and
d : : Aden Brown Thomason, Jr. nestling In the arms of his mother former Assistant Secretary of

'I R at Stanford, Ky, weighed Ibs. 15'i\ ox. at birth. Mrs. Thomason,, War, has been appointed UnderSecretary -

I }. 41, was not surprised. She weighs 14* Ibs. All of her U. child of State by
Yb ren were large at birth:; President Truman to succeed
C, Dean Acbemn who has resigned w .A
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was *f their wlntef gaarten.
o"t t r Wlngray Ind leading two of her triplet cubs out

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t i S Field la New York before their mo\ben..k them aboard an airliner is s y u

'1 bound for Berlin. They art left t ,rlghti H. M. Beutell, Jr, Y ;I

-Y'i,i s son of Mrs. Mary Jan .Beutell\,'of Atlanta; ,Judy Cherry- S. .' y RU 'UE Ii. HILLENYOETTER SA1gUEL BYDER
month-old daughter of Mrs. Charles Cherry of Hayesvllle, N. C.. I

and 4-month-old Alleen Heos, daughter of Mrs. George Hess, President Truman, accompanied by his"sister, Mine Mary,Jana Rtar-Adm.new head *>HllkmkootUr f V. S. Central Is th Intelllgene *- :.Hjdef, 4)fouad eul yea 1

s ef Baltimore. The babies and their mothers are en route to Join Truman, leave the homo of their mother, Mrs.' Martha E. 'En- *. H* recently return Camels and hone turn left, mwtor1' vehicle laughs public In Psa't dctdW

R their fathers and husband wh art with the armed forces. la man, M;at Crandvlew, Mo, after the frtaideat (aid a Mothers ee from duties la Part to take lag to this highway direction alga at a fork la* turn right, accord R. (.< especially whes Ws
the Nla4 la Ehybor'' haa hoer dlstarbs the r*
German Day visit.
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UiiliiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiininiiiiniiiiiHi SOLUTION OF LAST WEEKS PUZZLE: IMoofnw tko droerlptlon' ot ho proparty. ;

Stevens and George Thompson, ,..ri.n.niuroettw.um..4n.'Uttn.t. :::iuxM. ADVI.IITIS.M 4 jJl
SERVICES; OFFEREDihlllillllllllllhllllilillplllglllllllhhiillhIl 1 .re oa fulhtwal --
1 Ac8000 Solution btYeutoeduy'o. Comic 11. s-ootllkt put"IS. at tJO: p, m, Saturday at the j ( No, It' IN THE COUNTY JUDGEt COURT IN !, '
YMr of latunnm J ity 1 IlllDrarriptluii "
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Collwtndloi ,
home of Judge Arthur Clonts In of Property I Sink' 11' '
BRASSIERS Girdles, HealtlGarment I. : loII TfT31 M rntiUvdceffl. 11. T'l:::':: I IL H"ff'> U' i hi IMato. Addl Im, mint STATE OF 1'.18Aj.ETITIN: { ) ,
., Individually designed the presence of a small number of of 'I'l'OIe.ns' NOTICE, OF FORFINAL
m ''Hm IN 39TH DAY It. C.n.. .Jlb a ol Sortbn:: 4."n $0. .55, IINaiar DISCHAhTE OF .
by Spirella., Free dlagnosls U. ..I"...rlvo, h...... 'u.,". of relatives and friend. The I I la which uaraard. H. N. aMen. '.j I ,
M... T. C. Knowlcs. u. I." ." ,Pa.. 01 .n All of aold pn.party lets' I In toot IN alOUD INK !KHTATh 1OF ,:

Phone Stuart S-W. U It- ...-...... I" iJllr.mhl'h.er I.COID..d. ; bride was dressed In a blue eyelet .unt, Of Martin. R,.." of florid. ) ,'1'1 ; '
lb 0.o.h rortHbot* or errt flrotro. H, I. CRFFNK.' DKPFARKn: l ,
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Min. white
U. DINoo. and blue hat with
dress .
Half of Southern U.if. ..uro..a. fflPJ NWJ1 .i.: 1101.. and Iaold aboil .br rroVrmrd ouowrilln .. .low tit.I TO i ALl.. waul IT lAP: Cl10I'R514i' .
PAYROLL 39.000 Worker Back U. .1... Wll".ut rI.1It accessories I proprny: OMrnbW In. ourk rrrtlflrnto or Nolle lo h.....' trim," l hot I haro j'j'AOMINISTHATHIK t'' "
tern for .110 i= .c ii11 netlo,.,.. will br aold .. .tbr b,cho* flldne'lo.I'otesnvdo. .....t. mtAdmlplatratrli 1" '
PER WORD OWOK BOOKN.uon.II'1 on Job :' After the wedding, a reception durr" .000on,... h.... duor oo tbo. , of H. J. I '

"MINIMUM Me FOR 17 hour < 01. lo:: :::' .tIeW fliJP<$}tM EEA n4eilsslt was held at the home of Mr and I.i,'. Maiidoy In month of, I.no1141.. 0_... .._...., th.1 I b",., tIled. myPotllloo '
1oIn" :;: of 1 1)41Itatnl (
., .. '' h la Iho Ind doy rao I ':1
IDS) ; t. PER WORD CAPIS lal .... New York, May 11
S MINIMUM See FOR 1U have It : The ooa.t- -cout. telephon It 0rt.:: ujTI1J:! [iiY1 : :It .. cake wu cut by the bride and I I CII."I: ,, C.." SOnS.. ?. Poucany Honorobh. Arthur II, II",,,,I In. CountyJudar t$: ,,, ij
as for J' )
See these .. "
today ,
a ao. Com_ oolnt I'. ""' bridegroom and punch and cake Cl ,k of Clrrolt Coat. Mart, County: of Martin Count) FloridaMay ( ,1 I
>S. RS ,
the Stuart News office tROUGH strike entered It* 39th day today II.: T,... .qu...... U, M.u ", .tt" tin:Id*. II. 1147, for mproval, M thr aonv Ii 1,1 1,1.nd ,
... I'roof ,....s... lor, were served to the guests ky T MOUNtS, 1)1"l my Clark, for an ,..... fi.r fOol dlatrtlnitlon' I
;iiiimiiiimiiwMiiiiiiiuuiMiiiHARTMENT3, ,, : with an estimated US,000 member ....... ..... Winifred ls a graduate of the : Pub. Mw |. !v. U and II Iou:. and for 1 final, dlarhariH w Him,nlotrotrlo.of I I'' l' I
I I Ibo of H. ticn.oo diwrnanlAirll .. n i
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RENT1111111111I11I11I111111I11I11I1111I1111I1111 of uniON affiliated with ::: : : of Martin : j,
FOR PRY. SERVICE-Yonr lauddr; :t : 194.3 class County High LEGAL AOVgRTISEMEMTy II 5047. : I i.
,,,,,, CTtt'IA MAt f3HKFNItAdmlnl.tratrll' 4 '
carefully washed, all Fla I the National Federation of telephone Na.... 'abrle .nlm.. School and has been employedby of tk. il.lif' H. JApril "j'1 ": II

Work, sheets, pillow-slips, etc.ironed 1 Workers .tlll on itrlke, k CI.", ( abni 4. Hark of afnulllone t.. 'Du'h AftisenCL the Southern Bell Telephoneand NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY G 055-I. dmnnl. t,: 1 '
and. wearing apparedried Their refusal to erou picket ::e .- tt. .' .. .:: :"rhor.t: [ ;?: Telegraph Company for the!I Thr Vka IIIJIlPLUI, h>',. Adn tHAPEU.'nntral ... ..bno- lllooio'c 1'. ,.W"r W4IIOIITCOOInN AII.lnl..trI.': I,,},'",:' iI''j 1 ,\I \
'nID. two "Bobby" spent .. h. .. 1.01 Comi ,
for t..n h. It n
past h
home Ironing Wi. Cltr In Wl : years eotI4o.4 '
t. 11.1.. 50551. > e. rOe .1. W.n, .uu, I II Moy I. 0, II. l I" .1 ,
\line of still striking unions kept 10. 8..ooIu. P.pp A. t :
can give. you two days servlci. \ ::. :: .'r.:'" ... Of':: -..... two years In the Navy and has I Ono.l it I tOll. .ndot....d W. A..... U.'nl.' ...'.... I I '
; and will pick up and dellvci many thousand away from their .ISROm. ylInSlo Lwr11rI0O .. A.k. "' ...'..1....PI...., been fishing her since then, .,,0..*.,'. Iii 11.1.. '... .,whh tO, knr followingvrlbod .. OnesdnOnd LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT:_ ; lr'' :t' /.
If !V f N your laundry Use this economical jobs; but In San Francisco the t.: thick IOUp A:5 .. Irorosut "N.nt They 10'11make\ .their home in) 'I' rurplu tvnl pruporty lop thr Garornmnil. !f'' ),
e .1. n ""nt. U. Whl.I.I., '
t .
service for your family. CIO American Communications t tt; t :::"vol: :. IIUOI". 'ao.lk'm"... :::1-: : Salerno (H..h itn<.h..1......d.On.ad'Od4.1.Cone..I..5''vhe.lcd .. MASTIC COUNTY, P1,0810*' I ., "' f ;
1 .
: ; ; \ WEIGHED WHEN DRY. PRO.PLES Association, declaring; the HFTW SEERLEY-WHITICAR I Thr "haM. will ... dlapoor4 of upon IN RKGAKD THE hHlATK I I.wll.LIASI ', .; I
rr r r r ..... ) I
strike 'has been broken announced I- r 'Iho tllnoe, l .01 I wndltlonaiflrat OJ' ,
LAUNDRY Phone J4 br. to ) !: ,j I
oholl A.Ir.Avl7.
Mr. t.illianSeeniey and Johnson nnaldoratlon i ; ,
MlU that/ its i].ooo membersIn .
,air f ir .r on H .h'ln. o mrmorial '
Northern California and Me - Whltlcar were united In marriage .nd ownalrtVrn..li'N lot aal,. 00 00. four 'he ..d ...h or ...P= =" .....1. itP'hod j

gr-- Arthur Clonts at I six Ii,. a.. red monInd. I. poon'nt no, .Ioinn' I,
ATLANTIC COURT DO XOU have trouble with pool Yada would return to work. by .Judge\ I :fll't.\:: : ..' ,,.. 0., mod h := 4,4 01......... rht.0" ">a no ,,11I..01 ,,'" '

hens not layIng; Then 8141 Southern Belt Telephone and his home last Friday Lillian lathe ...... ..d ,..1 r.. .n, ,..mmrrflal ,taI vau moot )0... ...1... 1h. Ibiiikil: nt, I 1. I.1 '
APARTMENTSSTUART I T daughter of Mrs Winnie d IM,rial' ..th', arruut. uaoTh WILLIAM A. IKAVITT *'" ..<(. Ut> 5 ,,\
FLORIDA Hen Pan-a-mln ,Stuart Feet Telegraph Company reported : : : r' : I .rna,,,-1 wl<.M br auld In'o" I'it yrtnovn >> of 0.A'iOnlr. <" Id* Cminiy. in,In' o( II I' ,
Steven and Oeorge Thompson frum. th. land .MI wh ,h la I ... I i II
RATES Store. U today that 'a little better thanhalf" H.rtl'. Countr. H.>.l i an hi "II w Hi 1 I Ih.
MIW' SUMMER Johnson U the ton of Capt, and locatedTh: o'o'thoo. I. H...... 1'1...'... rllhlo 'i't' ,I' ,'j t
Home.krrplng of the 39.000 operator who m3B I HI, |..I i'n of ,hi. haprl will bo .. I II
,mpletcly. FHrnlshed TRUSSES, elastic stockings, In the nationwide tele. Mr. WhiUcar of Port Bewail I .. a ,. .. mual t. Ht 1.1,' ..1.. In tbo .4h. f'l s.i.nd.' notA. Ito .0.4,0* # I it'
Apartment' joined \ ,..nill Ion 'Impoard. .1.'.... of ib. 11,4' nbttnok'o of tM 'I'
anklet Ilirhl' f 'k : 'n"'oi:, \ ,
knee etc. Stuart
pads, phone strike had returned to They will make their home In .I.osdlOnonld,0.tIto' K.ch chlmln do.O .i 1 On t"' '
1 t" I I'm ) ,
W. T. FACET Drug Corp tlMCRPHY Port Bewail for the summerAPVEI'T13EMENT I ..d muBt <..tv |Il', pinna Mf 000I'b'O"N I J 7 'I' I I'A ,
their jobs ..5.1100 ,'iotn.e' t, .n"
Telephone 91U apolralln ahall' Inclurt. lie Pot coffin IdA t
The company said members of namv. (5,0.l ,. :horrh ,,r denomination:: HUM b. II, :. hI, I
ft DONALDSON- LEGAL ''h. ........1 d, "" ,pt.,... ..r .h. .._. **nt ut bimi= :E :' t= will I t II"I Ibe.s.o ,
FLOOR SANDING AND FINISHING -' the Southern Federation of Telephone ,tin j ... p."hn. 0,4 n" ....-... .. ..kI : ,; I I, I IThIn

11I111111I1111111..111111111I111111I11I11FOR PHONE S2-R P. O. Workers who signed a NOTIC8 INTENTION TO IEGISTEII .. 40. "....., ,1 f,.. ''h. .,"." lor.h. ooI.h'h' .., .r ..... A II. ...'1. II !r. I
.r ir3J NAMENutlcr .
FICTITIOUS I. .... It I. oldAp.Il.'nn ?. uuU1.KlllN'
BOX 604. U.I new contract last Friday night) t' nil b. .,.."''bI.i at lOt A. Adnltl.iIo.' ; of fl, 11.0110, .., 'if" ;

SALEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII have, reported for duty.-.emevl t d.nslr.d. U IInd.korobr. 'ho cliron pO'lln. thitTHK .. It IS('h.un..' I Cr.... tIlt ...I"nilllrd. |" .'tir nppr Ihr"Brl.trIbollana Wtitt.o ; U. .> ..<. IJwr 1 '."...... 'I'4 :, '\
.0. oil b nd.t.'ono.notll.nhnf"k'oo.eaeo.
WET WASH LAUNDRY SER I where members of the National .., oouao. I..... of 'Inrid.. at. .I I 11,1,1, .r L. u. S'OAOJCIfI. ...... I I
.d.'nl. '
lot-pound eapacltK :, VICE-Your laundry Association of Telephone 11'1, will ...1..., 0,0 0,. l'lort .1 III, 'mm "d tkr pt' on ur omntaah u.'r5.0tno and: s.142. I nki t 1" I
R SALE: e.reruU'1 1'1..1t (:noon I. and cc M..tln ('ml,', I :: ::: ;, m I,>p< >nl nhall 1 !'"' mailri ? I
hn Refrigerator pore,lali washed clean and ment Workers maintained picket Pl.ud... .",. OcieO It c"-f ot p.bll. A.I"II", ,,.. boll I.. ,lot In tttloeio I Li 1
nude and out. A-l eondtlioi. you damp for home drylni I lines. ..II.,I... OW 11I1. .."... lho ru4t' ,,. .''''. wlthll'' ''hh" ,"0, ".yo "...",...1.. LEGAL ADVERTISFJMENT= ,.I I .

Idle Box 683 SIuart.1 and Ironing We will pick-u : Service In Stuart, Fla, I* reported I' w\l COACH \ A'T' :", :; ::::1''=: II'I:: ; -r.:... '.\\i in. NOTICE '

and deliver and give you two i continuing satisfactor : under *blrk ... olll ...... In OAt,.... ...'...... bot",...t'"n' ,......,.1.. .ho_ MAIITIN COUNTY FLOHIOA i
p/v--- j .... .... ..r ....rl..... .ri
: b ulnnuiIn TI> .d hnd MAY 'IS IMT 1,1 '
...., of "
service this economical ri.Hn.l olorr
Lots' day on '.0-n
S Building :
SALE: ben
g ily" although long distance calls Mnrthv. Mittr: PintO' till ',t 'oolltt:( I.l..7"1. NOTIcE IK HHIFHY: : IVhN THAT .
I Onoro Brink ;:
I : : :: : ,
,.. ,, ,
lots 51 I X IS*, t Lola 41 X ISdjuinlng wet wash Rate Re per Ib. still are ncessarily curtailed. js 4f Tkit Ibr ret l.. inttmt.i' I l to >ol"I l b"I.I Ir i,.1.1,1 dIfI0. rll Dur.uinl lo n II f IhMttrI : J
.. .
f R wl Propr' 01.10..1.t | :a7. I< .
ty \
It tho r I H 'M
.. Wolkxr, ..d r.lh.lH : I,... < h. <
Clue when Minlmuirbundle II. .
good location Weighed dry However no slowdown In local > on tceO'he W., A" t.Alnl.l"t' n. jn,k...nvilkI .. I..d MullnCounty \ lor
.h... *" rilx d I n
Hrorb 'hit tin 101100'1.l
Price right for quick sal. II pound WET WASH 3rI3- .Klllolt: of Jrnirn I I. H ri,1. I O H, .a 4111I '\ . I service has been efefcted! There ---v-- .nuenth.eo'.o"lt.mi.dla'.ibol . I HIIIKIT1UI, Tko proprrty ,. ...h."r' ..5'1'i: .n4 :.t .1 ,
Hill deliver warranty Deed le per lb. PEOPLE'S LAUN- was no comment locally on how ""*. t ,.. ,Ic fnlt.wn p....ri.... ,in ,h. .t ,. blKhf.t Ibn Uwrtttautr '
.b bM. M Ibr Kor h do< at n
Write P. 0, Box '54, Stuart, DRY Phone &8'7. tf, much longer the national tleup DOROTHY U, K hi,I,SAI.OCt.ETHEL IIITTAirllSI ..,..j"I "41"dtnOoI'.. ...II A.'nr'' In 8:uurl ttorldn:: : Wl: m lhkour ; ,, ti '

I IL, U would continue' Miy I. '. an. U4:' R.".:;'';::... ',.::.. teen,. > 'f II orkH* A M; fJUKK Ml J orlo.llP 1T < :
---..,....:..-- iiiiimimimiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiWANTED -- ...... r. ,...:. ....lIb..n... M MtktNIMH :l>y I'',
-- -- 'n M>rOn.
--- L GAl. ADVERTISEMENT, '' ,, ..d4o..;I.,. 'NT.5O: oC'oiet.d 0m't:1"0o. I..I ....; \
I SALE' COMPLETELY RE ,=:. ...... I.. ...d "' ;

ONDITIONFD BENU1X AU: IIIIIIMIMIIIIIIimilllllllllMIIIIIMMIIIIIIWANTED' 1 '-LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT I I.,111(11(11( V" 'I.'kRIOII l "'Tbr lime. cooI H.indiW (11001 I ( Hi.... mrh..., ..KIf..r
JAYCEES OPPOSE under the direction of Capt. Or. LEGAL NOTICETO .r" ft rlirltioa, .hall br |Ihl", teal .ho ..n..r ll.. of Hint* .d.! mmunlriiMilltmt > ii
OMATIC HOME LAUNDRY I Cars to repair Expert Huge New York vllle .M. Snyder. ALl. 'TO WHOM IF MAY roNtHlf) ( I ric., '<',mn''iuMiuHI All '.. 11147 : cvnlrr, r\rno\ ('of j K'(Ht..! miujii"Kd InI I
MACHINE PRICED VERY Mechanical Service Stuart LIFTING BAN 'I AND' TO AIL INItKtKTHI: : I'AKrit-' old .. 'lui' 0 ,y SI) 541. or ...,
| 'IC
: unlrlpalllM MH FlI'f.

EASONABLE SEE IT AT Service Station Opposite Stuart Exhibition T.ilahllllH---Th.: :: Florida ,ire Nuiler oh, ':brld norrb in th..rlv.n liif, : T.\\\ .\).o 11 I.>.; 1 "I.I:',:*mnkr:. n4 "uflpra ri: bnvinu.0 otilbi' a priority", pWlodIk inolI. .Io.I.I.to. ".a,. .054 N.h. .Io.1 tno.tM.. or .,.h.....",...",.1....II...........1.. '

AIL'S ELECTRIC. News. Phone (144. % tl Stamp 1I11I11II1I1I1I11I11I1I1l1II1I1I1II1I1II1I11II1ISALERNO S..... flurlJ.. ot I* 41 in'' II M t.Klld ,,. '' rliihl a ,nnrrwd to njort onif 0 nod..-." lioto'.on.olod. ....k..I1'. ....
rrfuul of tile .n .1.
I 1147 on "" ""
,15, 22ESALE Junior Chamber of Conunerce em'eln 4,, o.n.I rdl'r.:::; I.VII!: '1'. l'III'1''HAHO.( '
; ;; NEWS 'mci a ST UK( ( IKtSTATh
+ WANTED:: Beautiful; girl burg of bulldinv to On : I'I.'v0'onoIOlto., Wat and I. III I I. f'
-------- -- went on record as flatly opposIng a ,. .... : KM: THIN J K K of par
Opens SaturdayNew I .,d S. Hlork I, $,lymunn Bubdlrl.l :: Phllce Radio, e.blnetI1ICdei. alive on the stage of the Lyric a proposed House bill In ...,11. Counu. ...k>.1.... ro, Iknwrvooo '. Wnr 4.., I. Ad..I.I.'...... of NW, -r.n.: .. Ill.I l'a.II. I'airrII ,
condition MnbIb Theatre on Thursday night, Okee- By MRS O D. QC1GLEI4IIIIIIIIIIIIIMHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIII oT m offlet lor tho A"' I. ". ".. ...n Hor I K K 41Trano I
food which fishermen .Lake
on =: .. ,.., ', I'do.I" ., .
: K.4 Cron. Mortln Tountx (' .k. I.
Sands Phone (111 Hob May U. Good salary paid Apply ,,, SI 01 >nd 00' I Al :
John ItII
chobee and the St. River ofltst.eei'E..atonhOn4' Jo.' ; .
15 (W Postage *,
York May ) ; : FARMS I 1 II II
'<.and Fla. to Dr. Neff In person IIWAJiTED stamps worth more than would be exempted from punishment The( Southern Methodist and North Wt,to mot( tbr ol Chi.ii.tko,l Atlontlr n Helonro t''t Chur Al km,.."I. II I. I2:" _- _. OOIrptj.le. In tit, o.tntOiiOl. ClOy I

it'll BUY GROUP Of the under State Game and Sunday School gave a Mothers mrru Md N' rtk of tOe" Hluort loot I LIOOAI. ALOVEaTISEMEN'fIN'FHE nrroo.
TO 000 000 .
tl. Including personal :
---' Commission S,kool| .lul to dM,"rmloo "'kr hvr rurh --..,- -"- ---- II. HlH-b II l. blXIK
Fresh Water Fish fond
OF t OR MORE OR collection of King VI at 10 a. ko .hrMICNING COUR1'' OF THE Into
SALE A".I01NING' LOTS George Day program m Sundayat > n 'I FIVE PARK
regulations HOAKIIOrAIJI( STUfNt"' rill.. Jll"CIAI., C'KlUIT' IN AND '
WATER FRONT of official colleclions NINHI Is' u In ,
ACREAGE ON England ajid nt OJooOmrt P .
IIOIIE( ; LOTS IN BESSEl : In a. wire to Commission Director the church, TIll!:, CITY OK STUAHTb I I I'OH MarliN 'IIUNn'. STATE OFFLORIOA. j.'n'7' Pa. 18. f H to,. Hot" 50, \
'IN JENSEN WITII RIPARIAN somt 30 r foreign Govern.thenta T. KrNNKDY. .
By I'relud.r So,,n That Huh r Skni ) I IN CHANCFSY.oaoLa *
IDDITION STREET HAS Ben C James !f. -I .. i ,. 4.' I t*., 4 i"' .. '
RIGHTS. GIVE PRICE *710 will on display here Morgan. N,.. Il.dvo P.7 0 lb' plns Vlotm"" I OF NOTtLE TO APPEA. 0 "
(IrAKIAN RIGHTS TO RIVER. go Conley, chairman of the Jaycee $ ,, 'Mlh.n be lb. Pel 1 P..h. II .... II H... 1>4I. "1',14.. "IM.IA..",....01" ANNo. I .,, rontalnlM trn .

SLY, .2....... PRICED FOR'' .3237 FULL. PARTICULARS.WM. SADILEK.PIIOKf 344 fpr.\The a week occasion starting II the Saturday Centenary. Conservation Committee, said a F 't"bonnf ..a .,::: 51.rleo ned mus.nn : .. -..LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTliorlo .5, II.I.IAMS I bio wlfr.Plalntlffn. )I >. -rr\i".11t k K. 40. ,f

(IK; K SALE. HARRIS LOW -organization had adopted a """I..., ohA_.. .. 0.......l4 Cnn t. ,,"''''' ... Toa.soea.SITl000,01' I
CHURCHILL RD WEST PALM International Philatelic Exhibition i ..,... w. 0, 91... 0. 11. Q.... NorICg'OP INTENTION TO INTrO I niTH! ) 00110:R. al l J ;' \ 4
fRY. BEACH, FLA. which marks thl lotUs anniversary resolution at Its annual convention :' .,5 CIO chOke.' .... Oe "tt, 1 DUCI SPECIAL "LEGISLATION IVfrnHanta I
I'", U In Beach opposing\ of Mlech.t"; I STATE: OF FLORIDA: Ton 'OIM>WrNfl' ; Ours AND
May 1,5,13,22. of the Issuance of the Daytona 101.l.C' .....hoo Vi.' ... MeMO. NMIOr I. h.000.,, ,.V leIla' a.iUod.ee 'THE I Kith J. l.,row. If t.amorrlrdI .. 111.1..,118 IN 'I1IKT SAI.H",NO' 001...
SU--; first U 8. postage stamp Grand "any legislation : detrimentalto Th. KO.H M A.'. Moor ..- (hariicuik ... i Oemi.i: L.ei.iuno a. to. ca' ,I ,TO widow. and 1C ...e'.i.ti. a H.I) at IM II M". 5. 1'10.1. 4
I onrl
R : Golf elu.... Stidii 'bt W, I Ltr. .. Ih. r' a ...... O.ol
WANTED Golf and the Mn. burk H.rulH Mrh .l loturr nulborlilnirMir wboa. 4.1 Lot tl, Olin or H li ,
equipment propagation
*'urh. nine bottlu Central Palace, New York famous protection u 'eel.5, t1.l.s (ordO .. K.> H>niMn : "" o.ML.C.." .."'..... ........ ,or OAult'o.' TO. 00 nt II ",. '
apartment furniture for club home Contact and restoration of Florida' second ,?k_, O'oe ,ho rk.rl.. U.. ", I n Coo.., ond/or thr ,",..,-d ..rCD..I. neo.bdoonel4nnk'4O.hI'ed.On ... ; ,
stove t tank. Miscellaneu Martin Golf and exhibition hall will be taken asset and .nil "H>l.k M,..-...t. M_ J. J. asn0i.In I ln.i..,.'. of J...., ft,;Mil .u,,01 I ,, I. M.,unl V"raon,. W.'a I"r.llouru Lni.e.7Ol is..dId'lIiJ'h:: .

household Thi County over fpr' the eight-day show largest -hunting ... 0... F..d Pd.e'x. ..d N... II. BrldBO' UUtrlrtto ,to .n... Inl.. .. ..-- I M'W. York all. unknown. anonan, ...h.'m. I : ton. a. I I.. D I.,.. .tri I.. hOok.
equipment Country Club tl .fishing" O. 0.00, ns. oSlO'" .h. ........... 0i winO ''h. II''." ....d I.Potten'. .., .r .aid al".r,. n"nrd drfmdanl( '
each Diner .Jensen Beach Some of the most valuable resolution voiced .n!..rod.G..04'. ....Idl.. 'ho' .., ....... ...d r"nol. !"."......, LiI. :i <: 14. II .\. 1.I. Hl'"W:
The specific .. ...1 1f.drr.rn ..,.... .. ..d h, tbtd "nnd", .1 \' KNOWN HFIRS l.PC'r.too.
iiiiitiiimiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiiiiiiLOST I stamps Hi the world Includingan t Olfl la 1:0.: Mr* 1' < ,ih.afly loa .d 4. 1. 75, 54, is,
IU Dixie Highway-A1A. It I the "no .._ ., iii.. .,..'..r'l..n' :t: IfVISrrS' : : "RA"' TfH: AnoIGN'F5s ,
opposition to penalty"bill ., B, II''c Jo H'' Jino 0.1" l>e"f're"a I. I to k''I.: : ; 5.010 I 5, r1; :
-- ,--- I & FOUNDilhllhlhllhlllilhlhhmliIilllt'hllll'lIlllhhhII octagonal-shaped piece of "bill wl",.. Lr, .I lr. 'f.,.",. J.,'kto. 5.odn5.a oi d. ...p.. Ihd _..., .pp...... JlkNIIH, ( NHMTOKH TRUSTM.JI a U f S ID. HI;x-k ,
'K SALE: On. dresser paper Issued by British Guiana .and a companion of ...,,. Smllk' >n4 ..lid.... CrnwIoriL'I I,,... 'h.OO. lor the J",,.... H.ld., "P1. I tin ITHKR ILAIMANTI. rlalmInk I. 1.5. I to t Inr. 11, H. ISII ,
stroni definitions" The church decorated ... ,...,d .... ol ..enn. .. eo.iln. >,. k,ou.h. ndrr or ...In.. nnif U:Hlx-k Lou 1, I. I, 4 lo
double l iron bed, Innersprlninltrcn Gold Pen withCame.'lhead"In In 1859, which now commands was. .on. r..... .... D' "tsm.ftm. .....In. "f loIn' "I.."r .._Ii I drfrndnnla" who win!. I beth I. II. It. IS II '.. Hlorb '
LOST Solid .. price of $50,000, will be exhibited "We vigorously protest. Con- with white and pink flower I tOo ..ndu, of CetlsCnOeotf I. ,lu' and ar.. not known, W .ko 4ad Of t 4 t till
., chiffonier ainfliti Stuart. Lost ley quoted the resolution, "any Mr and Mrs Adolph DeLoach ..,. Sm... Rood, ond Hrldm' Dlilrl, .lIv: L1f.1; !/ : IS' A 4i.:' Hlorb ; .
with spring and mattress and Ith. Please A 'court of honor" will feature or to thr III.,. Rond Urunrtmrnt rn, I,. W '.d......., I ..0o. C.. 0 MaryHalt Lot I. S, I, i, I lo II ..... II 7
between S would .
May legislation which takeaway and Jlmmle spent last week ... "..lIn .. .... 'In !.
bone 95 every ,stamp Issued up to son, I c..t" ,o.I".olin .h" .oId. II, Bl.x-k K, Lou 1 0 I.e., 7,
R. It
return to Stuart News Office. from the Game and FreshWater end in Webster visiting her D.4r, April III 041. 11..d. t. Maryland: OUr Cor-Mortlmn 5. 0. 10. IS. ii. si. la It. ako'k
It 1870 representing material loaned IDAHO (IF COUNTY ('OMMIX10NKRSHortln ( C..n. > I"''''''.'' rurpi.ration whool III: ..... 1. .. I. .. in Silo... t,
,; : Reward Fish Commission the uncle X H. Whitman. Mrs. De- County. Florid!. ...... Not. .. .. 1. ,
SALE:: Croohey'SedaiaaI.I by collet.ors on Invitation of ; ado) I. 4M 1 lnitlon A II. II to U I. Hlork 5oln I
to make and enforce rules By: J. H. POMFKOY Clerk i 0 C, 0, II, II.11. ,
right Tnt'S I.
.wt Slew, )7IO.H., CaU 151-J. WSTI L'Do" row boat. Finder the exhibition sponsors' Loach mother Mrs Ella: Preacott ...,_ I. S. II 51.LEGAL 1,5.0Il I *.In l'" AU, I KR10NS OR ABTUS : : t : ::7 :
and regulations governing and accompanied them home 'j 'l"I: I '
111 .J. W. Pegram Exhibition officials say $1,000 : wh 'hir rlnlm, n'. onl'torro C Ihioh 1I1II,4 I U i
please notify ".. 000 worth of Insurance has been protecting fresh water fish In after two weeks In Webster with ADVERTISEMENTIN I ..vr nanird. Ont I d....,,Itod d.r......'.. II It. ..d It. cot U. Lola C. fS.
Phono t 7. rteht. till. 01IM It II m.d I' "Io..k '7 lob 1. a. \'
.1..1. any
'* SALE: Ciood Quality Heavj our water her brother Mr Whitman. THE COUNTY JUDGE COURT Ol '"t0 hr oliir ,,, iOt'a'IOI '
taken by the exhibition, plus an COUNTYSTATE .r.t In and .lo 'Ihr pr iprrty InrolvoiI Co 0 S 0 I. ''n

"seds. lot for tilt Worth. 11I1111I11I1111I11I1111I11I11I1111I111111111111INOTICES estimated additional tl.000.000 by : The two proposed measures '' Chief Storekeeper Qualm L. MARTIN OF FLORIDA I In 'll0nlI, ..,. brrnnnftar loom, portlro Lot,. I. a, '. Clot In' n I 5,11 to 14I. a,
I.e.. S 14. III"t IS Lob
him Chicks in w, Nortl! the collectors themselves, on the sponsored by commercial: fishing Brown U. S. wavy, and wife of NOTICE FINAL OF PILING OISCHAHGE I'ET.TION.OF POP "" '"ly.. ,nn IrirrlbrdYo .I .'-k.. ot ,... ".> krroby rord lto.k5OLsnl,0. : to..d 15. Honk. '

", Baltimore 1, Md. iiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiREGISTER thousands of stamps to' be Interest. In' the Okeechobee- Charleston 8. C., nephew of A. ADMINISTRATHI, ,"I'I I,, anprar brforr tha drtalt. moo. II'' .... a. COOt .II I I.50 lIlt.5"os. I St
,. I 10.
Jir, .June &*, 'Ice for employment .ihown Special guards 11'11be\ eta John. area went to the floor,' I.. Brown of Salerno, visited Mn. IN acGAa& ma(5vloLrr LATATS; I "h"u"f Martin. I" l"',.uo"unt>.. Martin l"tn.tduO Tounlr lOsCood" FlorMn \II,"I Otori, ae II.I .t.111th.. I." '!:. I.nO..a: f I I

I thb morning after passage by A. L. Brown Saturday. They are C. "URII. de,5TO I nt Jon. A. D "41.I" ,. 5. 4 0l 0 'io' I: I I I '
SALE:: m and 4 h.p. L..uw through Stuart Services at our >n duty. n ''hr th da> brouvM atralnatind stool. io 111 1.-a. I. 1. :: II :::
air-cooled engines Also j offices In the Krueger Bldg The King George exhibit will the House Game and Fish committee newlyweds and were honey. Notl.. I. h..h ci'.., Ih.a 1 h... a Hill ra of'b Complaint of" y' ,by F H. W,U I'amiwlfr (C C I', Sink O' .Loin 1. a. .. .. ,
Three other bill. also ., ..,,,.. .. I 0"' ; : : : ktLIIaII,15110.SbotAtIl I ,
'rotation Phone 41-W for Snappy Services include, many rarities and a monlng In Florida. iliad re ft. Od..I.I. .td .1nn S'tlItr., '. fur ale purtlr : : : al tool.OO'OIIIL.ulndlOlo.hlIt
pumps timer Jrlo- ..... ....... too. 5,5,5lNO 0 lIloth
proposed on behalf of the commercial who has been .r .. 11: 01 Vi.l' C. uf notnIbe. .. lha fnllowlnia ,
Inc., .f all khids. tf showing I of Jim Brown, employed I hoiro fIlM prtlllh I : '
I iiI scmprehenslve dMooiod my ... ... .pcnIo'" .1.u.t< In MartliMinty
f -, Mll -- and other iriaerlal men were shelved by (In pompano for several for ;; Ihotll will opgly lo :thHworobo to wit, LM.5I.Oix1ll.lOIs.alk: "1
l r I ketches proofs ,, >R. tIn,'.. Col,MIjudir. Flortno ft I'.., 0: SlInk. Ill 0,01. 4
SALE: Table top Florence SPENCER SUPPORTS for women. :; showing the various stagesn the committee month, I II home now. of Morlfn County O.I. of tOn Hartlona. SI II sod 55 of Town.ohlp .me I, I. a I. I n

nge. Like new, Call ".W. tl Menu belt. Luella Downey the production' of British Ido. on thr Ird day, of junr.for A.'In.I D tea it:;I.0Ih......III.. tho Booth.1I..II..n.. Rann II Ol but.mold Sill It 40 Clock Lot ti1r I : ,!k, i II. 51 =,d,'III\5.0 0. IC

I 1101 OrangO ,Av*. Fort .itamps. CRARY: _.IN BAND!\ 1EDER5ENThIOMPONMr. for oh..opprovol. n. dmlnlMratrl nf ornr. md of ,tko lI.to': CO"l"I.I.m" ... 0.0.. .o ..nf lo.d..biC ., Hlork. 41, ..... I. 7. It 5 'I, Slob" 'I
UiEI Beat lrlIth Pleree. Phone 1S7-M for appointment iC. Hron dorrorrdDowol ?. ltd rorb I you: mod tOn. 0. 41, Lola I I. i. i. 1. '. t. II. II. It ,
IIrIrp.StreuolI S"/j I CUBA TO EXHIBIT Cadet 'Iani Crary,,' Jr, I Ia a ant Mrs. Alfred Pedersen of VOl.1 |kli llth' doy of April A. rAI aknll bo. ..hu.h... I. tho H..... N... .II book 44. Lot 7 1. .. f. I.' I. .'
Motor .
tf ........_ onl llahrd. .In Stuart, Martlifoul1 BI., .. $
Foreign Government display member of the Holies School of Salerno announce th mar. 1141. u 7. I. I. II. II 14 I' A 11. 1 ,
:* .i W .Berry, 305 West Jrt .AIIG'IT: C. 55005 ('nofty. ,,,,rid.. 0..C0'.0 005 tor 41, Lola 1 I. I. i toU lo tot 11. It 5 '
'I HIGH SCHOOL EDITOR will feature those of Britain, band of Jacksonville which will rlage of their daughter WIni- AdmlnbtratrU, of thr 11:0: ,.,. ., III tnnoorutltr *..t.. Hlork 17 Lot. IBlock ". 11. II A IS '

Brazil and Switzerland. which Elv a concert at the Daytona I fred to George Robert 'Bobby Vinci' C. ....... donoord.T .. II,"ar red. ....'....d ol otunrt. Florll. Hioot 40, Lob I 1. I In., nod 10. .
IlL N CONVENTION T. OUl.HTk.HaONHay \ lOb Mb doe of May. A. D lt7IHrMI Clock 451, LOlA. H'.k' Oi'to.eoi: '.,
UU: Brand-new Whhueir Agf lou, editor of Martin already, have observed the cea- Beach Bowl Saturday at I p. m Thompson, .son of Mrs Winnie .., I" Ad..ln.'rI.. 10' I. Last 1 to a I I .. II l.... lI..k.

Bike 'ISO.M. Telephone anniversary of their first Hay I.I I. II 12. A D, 1I4T : POMIIOOY. II, L,00 1 to a In.. I 1 00 11..10. I '
14. County High School newspaper tenary 1 rook :r ;, ('iteM ('no.0 II. L... 1 to II ..... Ulrx-k 'LII
write Karl Knitter .Jr.. The Star, returned Sunday night postage stumpabut were pro- LEGAL ADVERTHEMENT; HARRY T" TlYKRT 14f .....1..161.... II. 17 7 IIL.I1,' ,, WjI I
0 celebratIng ,. T. OU SJ14? May I. 15, ZR from the 1947 high high school vented by the war from "NOTICE' OF SALE Attorn f"r rinmllffa.Mny IItoo050l.oI.nb.lOtsoi,17'b.' I ?: '

' SALE press convention and publication the event with special pro- 5.ya II IS, II 114'' ll ...... Sb .0 171 I Lou I lo l" Tkc, Il.lo,10In,05I'teI.Sitn.kIe '
fans kitchen "laII. HUTTO NOTICE I lo brnrby (Iron Ihot pur. an' ,, 1" I I1..a.
table oscillating and at. contest last 'week end. IsGainesville. gram ,., a final dorrro of fororHMUnt rrndorr.Hononblo LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 0 I. I. SI. 70. 05."tO, 5 '
lie tans Other foreign Government & A O Kannor tin of IkLounly IS. .II:tl :i.I 0000 no, 1..ewtI I ''ii
Martin County EI... lode.. of .h. Ci'eoIO, Cooll .1 Morli TO RtCISTEl s.d. 55 CInch.. I 45, L.. I to I"it'n. ,
". C. Dehon Bldg Fhoni She attended most of the see which will be officially represent 'CO KlnrMa. In IK... ..... nT Ilorkoombrr NOTICE OF INTENTION NAMENOTIO II, II I. 14 Ire,. 4 Ii. cloth 1114 7l 1
ed In an "International salon" RADIO AND APPLIANCE ; 1114. Chanrory. Ihrnlo .I.aI. I FICTITIOUS 5.nlolS,4tslIlioIt00.' 'A
tl slon of the eon.entlo1.fter, a ....d''.. ....*.... W. P. II......'.. .. ; .IS HrHrfc-Y. GIVrN' .....that.... Ihionrirriignnl Mock: Is7iLnI.5soIl.n,0.II! I
Newfoundland 01thnnlrr
' -- laat-mlnute decision to go to Include Canada JUST ARRIVED .....1..." odnrlntatrotor. of Iho ...... DI' ....onoVr tbr of Florida. ArtiM ,. II Ulnrk U": Lou 4. S. to I Ino. "
'II' SALE WO. richly Carved Gainesville but no report has Cuba. Belgium. Monaco, Checho 0. I. Sortonth d_...., .. .rialntltf ..d II 1-oolalrr. LaWa. w Ik Iko COnS. of I. It, II I II .I. II I.... Rlork.Jt' I ,
I. R. Rwou > aona C.m..." ot ol. .. 1011 will Lot 14 n.4) II Cinch III. Lou a. I .
5 nr "ft-table. six chairs, been made on the local school slovakia, Sweden. Finland. Hun- FOR IMMEDIATE? DELIVERY fontanla. ., doted April III, K47 "h.I .... thr .llrrult. ."intIdo.0lr r..", In. .ond,.1.for' of Martlifoiinly prool -. 0. -. M. red 14. Hlarb Seal, .LoU I I I II

boa.d. ocne'. eablnet, ori- which waS entered In the gary. Egypt The Philippines and I M tba und rol'.ard wao appolntod. mIprrlal of ...0.1".1( thla notlro. tOo fl.... I, I. 4. I ", I
paper Mualor' to raorulo ourb itr<""r ol IM t I. t., rgdtt: pOIok
flail *
custom Inside 3000... contest. 1 the 31 members of tht Pan- ELECTROMATIC PORTABLE WASHING Monday: Juno I, 1147 din-Ion tkrlo. ..a: "\lflA>"'. ",...1" undrr wklrh I.. ; '
Cht Phone 1I Into of ..our.O. .0lr. n .be.I, ret.. RTtlnJIVHM t. Hlorh 111 IMS
number> letter, American Union, .. ... kwlh. nt 00,00,0. KtorMotknt III Lou I mat !
L ''Salman Hobe'So. I MACHINE ..,. Nt.. 'h mocO .Ore.. l.r 'A "I.In'......a.. In Mid boalnooo .ba 0ECPINKTU Block UK Lot. S. t. >.* tHlork <.' I'
ad. if FERN COLEMAN HOME Martin County. Florid; M Stuart, VlorWo : fnlowiM.y varty Illl Lotl I .. I ... Hlork
PABTISTS thorrln, I will .oil auhjrot to oollflraioUon illI.otllttS400fISS.45In.
kNEWSPAPER$3poqflNEWSPAPERS d who'wu 8T, CHARLES CABINETS and SINKS of ..... Court\ tbo tolkjwlaidroerlhow .., SInk ill: Lou I lo '
.. tu,. fiI.... Mill Frn Coleman TO ATTEND CONVENTION "'d.. .It.... I* .....1..1.C" IS. la 51,1.1O.ond ... II IM, Hlorb 171: Lou 1.t.'i'"t:. '
U graduated last week from thenurllCS' .'". Florid.. .o-wltt In. 5000 57 1.5103
school of Franklin Mrs Walton Park ha requested ;Sunroc Water CoolersGE LoU Nimbot. I.. II) lo tw.lro LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT r. ':. :I"I : 1,01.'l 0. 5 In::
training .
III.. kotk Inrlualrd. of Won FMdPkuo '
FOR BALI a II to 11 l Inr, Mloob" 111: LoU I
all who plan to attend' the of h .. ,
1 plead Square Hospital at Baltimore, 5 aokdlvlalon > n minor COURT, IN APeS 0.t0I.o.5t.ohlt4laO.l4oJObein l ,
J'tjtBart News. IfmIiilIIhllIlfllIlllllIIIhIllIIllIlIl. Baptist Training I union I convention four 14. oad> ......, n.. 404. Hoollon IN, r.T:1I4YNDCt: u FLORIDA Blork 177 LoU I lo n
arrived In Stuart Tuesday Electric' Vacuum Cleaners II. Townahlp III SMtb of R.... II U :II IM, tlork I 171! t.-r: I* ,
her mother' Mr*. Jack Coleman In West Pajm Beach tomorrow 41. Boot .. fft oklt of ..... .... IN PROBATErsTATF. S IIln,5I4OIo.uIi1I.nas1oe.. 'I

'. FOR RENT' who went to Baltimore to attend contact her for reservation GBSON| HOME 'f'f EEZERULCaIC Iko Chad. .Clronlt 10 tbo. Court offtro lo wf tbo. c..r. .. lose OF- rnTTHI FULLERr I U S 10. 8"' lOll, ...'0 '
> .., Hlork LOU 1
.l.r.= WIIXOUCHRYr _ _
11I11I11111I1111I111111I11111I1111111111'' ''' '' I the graduation.. She expect' to or transportation The session WATER HEATERS II I In aad for Iho Dorroard I I. Bio l Lou | u r

01.I tENT* Ranch '*," "*. last' remain hen for a. two-week .vacation open at :2:30 p. m. and the stu- and GAS .h.IeO..... .....SMu 4.. .. of b.. nod rI.tdi.. OS .ho 01,0.. NOTICE 01 FILINC PETITION. FO r| Lou I lot i' i a> I.lo C Bl lo4. ,

""NI.lleehobee on lIsts highway,. art church U planning to tend ELECTRIC ICE CREAM FREEZERSA111C ...O0. ix.s pM Otddre' ,..O..Sue in-a. to .,..r. amid' I FINAL NotlooIf DISCHARGE I brnnby ilmn OF EXECUTOR that I bafllool .< Lt lit I .. 8.k.'tt.!.. I ILoi

jcres fenced ami em.. a good repreaeatatlon.MRS. Sassy 1". nTE my flnol rotorna no kiorajtor o4tho .. ,
'"- .. 8.1 ....... lit Vixur. Mtou of EVIythc rotOr. WlltaoikbyoWooord Is. ilok U. lJ
c.m '"". dJpplal BOYNE: MePHCRSOK BACK 'FANS T. OIICNTIH8: : Ibol I kayo fIlM. my PMItloa. PLOT or PALM (ITY I '
two houses LOWERY LEAVES dntrlbatlon. and tom flnnl dUoboroorlonta 8 Co Is-Il, ,
K' barn. aboat l, DAVID M. MARaHALL for :: : "H '.r .
RB. McPherson who ha CII.ix, Pt.taitf CM.e one Ohms ,..''obs lltC 4,, of lore. 5547, p. ., ,

V'be.res U.In G.carpet pass,Write: been on sick leave for Ux weeks Mrs. Harris 'Lower, Jr.,. and TO MAKE_ YOUR_ HOME. COMFORTABLE "'_ 1. I" IS. tl.LEQAL a 4,111. ,ab Coonty to Jades 011. IIoe.tobla of Mortln 4,00:OwntyPkrrldo ,, a.. .Wool SI n.i of tntt I 5 I. kIrk I:

'.".. W.$ Parstey..Boa .Itl returned 'to 1'111' dunes: at the children Harris, Jrd md Day, ADVERTHEMENTlOTKlf : for .PO..... of aold flMl ro.mrwa '111 on< Lot II. Hlorb 51, P007 '5 I
Va of Lot 41r.
SALtHNO brtnt S-U II
dlntrlkwtkranod '
If r IS, 21. i': Florida Eat Coast Railway station will leave tomorrow to loin her for .11..i.dt..h: ( = : arrwtor olth .. || rbolno' of Lot SI, Hlbn' Or'

here Monday.
: *"' "' C aandtag asa, and' her slater. Mrs home In Mountain City Oa Mr*. HOMO am Pen. isaaNotrca *'.BUCK I. WftlOrOF 1* COUNTY, FLOKIDAICIrnU I

los *edger Reflaia bnrna Lukert left yesterday Clark ha* leased her home there is HUSSY: OIVEN tb.i Aa -.,... ( C_ o..II' j,
MePHRB tOo kodoy of Six lotawlwo CRARYHloort ,
r MAn Jnlo'
o. at rouonable rates. morning for a month ,visit In beginning June ,l and plan\ togo ] oavtlflrntoo boo ClOd reId. orrtlflroloa <, PUrMn. M Altvnof toe A. Cluck.o CI : Cool (5

S 10" Btnsrl Hardware I Morlche and llmlra: ., X.-T... and to Detroit to visIt her son, IM OC4Ml I. A... Opposite City fir b pt. fo* 0 t.. >od .. bo ....... .0,,.. P.brTaTll I" ;. ploacztto..' :
uq'5s ,
II sad Jtu | INT
Robert Clark .and family .., Tho loytUlooM _hori tM' roses ol II, y
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t i : Ji'' Act Now! Don't Put' off Mosquito Fight Two More Yea

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I ,. : WAINWRIGHT TO SPEAK of Corregldor, will address aI LEGISLATURE IN ROWELL INTRODUCES TICKETS many tickets u there.aq
I I ,< I Restore Health Appropriation TWO FISHING BILLS in the high school
Tallahassee, May IS (#J joint session of the Florida i IUd!

i. :\ Pen Jonathan Wainwright,, hero House and Senate May 30 at 2.SO Taklhas-,May If T(tfV-) wherewith the the play win be pn,,
curtain .
': J t'. ACTION OPENING To Start Survey on MosquitoesEvery A measure which,would makeIt GO ON SALE up at I p. m. sl"*"y

1 1I Illegal to gig, spear, harpooner Mrs. Florence DeBen",

'>L BEST BARGAINS ''CHOBEELAKE Florida legialatith the Interest of his Stateat net, salt water fish at anyplace Tickets for the May 23 presentation with aging the director use of the reported
than IUd!
t In the State less I
heart should the House
act immediately to get appropriations of Philip Barry's three- stage for rehearsals,the ,
I j committee to restore a $110,000 item In the State 3M yards from a bridge, Jetty I sale showing splendid progiWi ta
r F-b; ; Fi.h' I act; Holiday" go on.
of Water Introduced
IN Netting wharf was
: TOWN Board of Health's proposed budget for State-wide mosquito or ever lack ot several stare JI
,: \ i : Upheld Despite control preliminary work, the House Tuesday, by three this week under the direction ot Is hindering the playl
\ Came Dept.Tallahassee The last week Representatives. the, members of the east '01 the It .is reported by caJ
House committee early Mrs
d' Furnished appropriations I
l i Home and 50 foot Lot in Center of Town.Electrically '!' Teomans of
(iPThe) legislature fared this Important item from the Board of Health'sbudaet Representatives Stuart tittle! Theatre Group. chairman: of the stage p :
\ f Equipped. Large Porch Covers Entire Wednesday passed the bill thus automatically throwing forward, at least Citrus -Henry of Okeechobeeand also. Introduced I Erwin F jQhnwlck, theater committee Needed Items iS
Front of House. Large Living Room Kitchen: BathRoom exempting commercial fishermen two years any intelligent effort at meeting this problemon Rowell of bill Martin limiting fishermen group president, announced that wine glasses, a silver
Two Bedrooms.. \ from penalties for netting an all-Florida basis. to'catching one ...III I while there would be no reserved dish buzzer or doorbell and
I for fresh water fish In Lake seats, they were selling only as phone, regulation size
I Nicely Furnished [ That item should be put back in and left back in. It flab a day and forbidding sale h _
Okeechobee and the 8t Johns
is of vital concern to every coastal county, in Florida, sinceit of the game fbh' In any form.
River, Slat
despite opposition by
Lawn and Fruit Trees I conservationists and would lay the ground work for an effective State eradication I
vigorous return hundreds thousandsof SCHOOL DISTRICT WIVES AND MOTHERS 0* DRINKING MIN
Within Walking Distanceof i opposition C. Morgan voiced o(by the DirectorBen State dollars In resort revenue, and "millions of dollars worthof BILL SUPERFLUOUS- ALCOHOLISMIM4MMIX

Game and Fresh Water Fish peace of mind" Florida's citizens. The .complicated new school Tool Ml.* OM Walt <4 H.-.I........
I Commission No definite bill has been as ,yet entered in the Legislature bill now In the State House of ,WHITI CROSS HOSPITAL
Stores, Post Office and Churches: Passage of the bill today has for the proposed joint effort of federal State, county, Representatives for approval of w."... ... .._....
'(left the way wide open for a and district agencies to eliminate mosquitoes and sand- Senate amendments, eliminatesany else (WrO: Avenue fcrMmk.it" ,,ft.

Only $6,000.00 i stream of similar bills applying flies, ai proposed by the Florida Press Association, and need for the proposed bill, ------.------. -- --_. ....;:;:
:I to every lake and river In Flor-, endorsed by Governor Caldwell.The to consolidate: the county's three
ida,'said Morgan adding: "Com-, which school districts. County superin- .
State Control Association,
Anti-Mosquito J
Terms If DesiredEDWARD
mercial Interests will figure If, tendent Roscoe H. Rollins asserted
met April 30 at St. Petersburg, Is apparently depending
such a law Is applicable to Lake Monday
Okeechobee It Is applicable to the State Health Department to handle the matter since no The schol bill, If and when It YOUR FAVORITE DRINK
i any other body of water in the legislative bill has been tendered from that organization.The becomes law, automatically takes I
MAPPREALTOR State I truth most probably is that there: is no agency care of that situation after next '

Rep. W J. Hendry Okeecho: 'in Florida which knows enough about the problem as yet Jan' 1,, Rollins explained and St. Lucie Bar
bee commercial fish dealer, led:Ito frame an effective law, and the State Board of Health's makes 1 the separate Martin

i ,the fight for the measure proposal for a State-wide survey in advance to map out County bill superfluous However
Also causing concern among preliminary detailrfor an intelligent State-wide program if the measure based on the recommendations -
P. O. Arcade
: Phone 19 '
conservationist was action of two years hence would probably bt money well spent. of the Citizens Line of Choice LIQUORS, WINES
the Senate Game and Fisheries]i The News believes that the State Board should receive Committee for Education should I
oil I Committee Wednesday In voting fall to pass the county consolidation and CORDIALS
in this in
legislative support project-particularly
j i out two House-approved bills Intro.
I bill then will be
providing for Statewide closed I view of the fact that this is the first time the health department duced, Rollins said I
seasons on mullet and salt wa- 'i has evinced an active interest in combatting the

ter trout Under provision of I pest mosquito and sandfly as well as the malarial mos- CLEAifDRiVE I LIST your Rooms, Apartments and Rental
INVENTORY one bill the mullet closed season quito. If the State Board of Health becomes actively interested Homes with us. '
would run from Dec 10 to Jan 'I :; it is most probable that that would be a strong "
20. The Senate committee chang I factor In retting the U. S, Public Health Service to jumpin (Continued From Page One) I L. FULFORD
ed the House bill closing the and aasfct also.
trout season from May 20 to I On behalf of the people of Martin County and, night and negro winners will receive I cR.J! rilats i iI
SALE! June 20 to from April }15 to May their awards at a ceremony '
15. I speaking for the people of all 67 counties through the ,/IIIAIM: SELLING IIENIING ,'
I Florida Press Association the News believes that it is at the negro school the following I IROrtnTY MANAGEMENT

I BILL AIDS FARMERSJacksonville :time for Representative Rowell and Senator Crary of this Friday night.The awards Write 1'. O.: Cox tfo .4
of Mrs J
committee composed
May 15 A bill i'county, and all other Representatives and Senators, te give O J;. Edenfield!I' of the P-TA. D. I :31 G North Colorado Avenue
Introduced In the Legislatureand UH action on this matter. Phone' 317 :
L. Williams of the Merchants I
t tI sponsored by the Florida There are enough legislators in the House right now Association: Mrs. E. A. Mennln- Stuart Florida 1

Farm farmers Bureau-4 cents would of the refund to who see the value of this program to form a powerful sales ger of the Woman Club, Commissioner -
Suits ] bloc for any good idea that will lead to mosquito eradica Bob Baker of Kiwanis I
Bathing on every gallon of fuel pur-
chased foe use In farm tractorsor tion., Here are letters from twelve who have gone on record and ErwIn f. Johnwlclc of Rotary the-:
I \, other farm equipment In communications to Martin County Anti-Mosquito "We Sell the Best" M"W.' Service '
$1.98 $6.98 I ---- Control Board in the past two weeks: Volunteer trucks and workers!
to for them will meet at the FEC
"I wish to assure you that I am In favor of mosquito BARTLETT BROS,
I ror-=F'-AfST control, and will do everything possible to be of 'station at S Wednesday mornIng -
for assignments Each
1 I PLAY SUITS 2.98 to 6.98d John R. Peacock Representative, Sarasota County.heIP'-1 needs a driver and three work-i
that I will the matter of Irons APPLIANCES Toaster.
I Itry \ "I assure! you give ers, and Indications are a large
I .).t SHORTS SLACKS PAl N control on a Statewide basis my Individual and number of both will be on hand

ry, t tention.-Harry Boots, Jr, Representative, Escambia. A chicken pilau will be servedat I WAFFLE IRONS '
98c to 1.98 1.98 to 6.95 County; the Civic center at noon for
f' N RZLEFRubon "I"am thoroughly sold on the idea of mosquito control both white and negro workers FANS MIXERS
\ 1R on a Statewide basis--or anything else that will help It has been announced>I that 2&
Anything that I help with all Individuals and organizations 317 Otceola Aye. Phono Stuart
eliminate these pests can you ,
,I 'Is k R to NEURKBALMP up here I will be glad to do. Roy F,'Roberts; Representative wishing to enter Tuesday par ._ ,,
Brevard County." '1 ade should contact Ben A, Red -- -
J. PINtTKAJSNOHMdKUKM ding, Jr., who will organize the
"I will five the matter of mosquito control on a State- I
BLOUSES SKIRTS tdttvOft line of march, on or before next r
the d.e'aw/a., .d wide basis my careful attention George Dayton.. Representative Horse '
Monday night. owners I
.(' 1.98 to 4.98 1.98 to 4.98 Pasco County; wishing to enter should contact 1- '
'\ 2. STIMULATING" "Establishment of mosquito control on a Statewidebat ,
\ Parade Marshall Lon Tyson i' : VENETIANBLINDS
\ j\, ."IIno"..,hk...tht.. he".hb"eiwP I is! to my mind is a step in the right direction, and I -

k, / SOCKS 2 for 29c or 2 for 35c \ \l.:. WXHMWllfV the shall be glad to cooperate with you In any way I can bring" SHOW FlOTiLLA NAVY 9 WILL MOVIE '-
this about. P. Guy Crews Representative, Duval County. *
I pm nib KHMhint Netirabalm M "When this matter before the House I will Flotilla 9 ot the Coast Guard
'\ I .*.cbr..<1.ihr. Pain>N>'ni...h.spree|....., *k.Ham.. ou,.rock"'.. blood in- 'Rive it careful consideration.comes Fletcher Morgan,I Auxiliary will show a technicolorfilm I. -
HOUSE COATS SWEATERS Sowini ihroiuik Hweittd llvea n- my very "The Task Force"and other
'i' : : .J'r: j
weal hla lu ttra n d aniwr.ton Representative, Duval County I t'I
official training films at t o'clock I
\ t 2.98.to 3.98 2.98 to 3.98Ora's : r.u.rtlicvad. 'bv txcrii ftticni MI fre aKpitiiira'.rawarch or Ui*_RIKr iNraribilm I "I am wholeheartedly in favor of mosquito control Monday night at the Log Cabin, HOME rURNISHINGJ
I I v.kse.r/ and *liiutt,. I the State'of Florida. It is intention to -
I throughout support
j r AlW Plead Iuo lh< l.llol of mllKulaf my on sound projection equipment -- -
I =. 11-k.cotdl.lIed, llnnlimi back stated.bttTMojianttaiiom cban. '! Statewide legislation, H. C. Barnhill, Representative, recently furnished by the Coast "'""' t:::
or "
I Okaloosa County. Guard, Commander Ralph Hart-
-+ ol the ach n* faaiMtui.bilm
i .. ..,.. So ri aixMh::.n;.., >,an.od.UlAN tt.inlm, and nIk. I "I am not entirely familiar with the State mosquito I II man announced this morning McMillan Furniture Co.
... .... I Plans will be made at the meet-
rafrnhinn When you want tof and control idea but I feel that I would favor such a plan.
I iRI I wckom.and robot pain, )Iron rub with.ut.lK, N Mrabalm and. muicvlararhca he.1.l lnl Clarence Camp, II, Representative, Marion County." Ing for a fishing trip the following 610 ORANGE AVE. FORT PIERCE. PHONE 69)NEW )
>.,d Novo better w 'lt.1 "bear, I J. Ben and I to Sunday.
Mr. Fuqua, expect
l Style Shop Pfi led br uiart follow" ; diiaclmni 5 folder, "My colleague pass
I At druiHorat .& 351. 7J* wd. II 11 ....<1... local mosquito legislation for Manatee County and if

i I MODERN.CLEAN.SOOTHINGNEURABALMa the cart gets rolling on Statewide control, we would probably L
I \\1 : 'aIiIt OSCEOLA AVE., STUART : :: go along. Walter S. Hardin. Representative, ,Manatee

iIt!11'' I to Mrs. T. M. Deal and Frances: Hibbard I 2'WAY RELIEF FROM ACHES AND PAIN "I County.appreciate" your views in this matter and can go MODERN HOMES

I along with such thinking. Jerry Collins, Representative,
t' fA. .. 1
---- Sarasota County. ,
J. i "I have every interest in the setting up of Rome kind

of program for mosquito control in the State of Florida.If i 2 and 3 Bedrooms
i some workable plan can be worked out, I will certainly
U U-WASHET LAUNDRYETTE support it. Grady W. Courtney, Representative, Bay

l County." Featuring; Installed Attic Fans, Plumbing Throughout Is Cop'
j, I "I wrote you last year that I would be in complete
'j 1 209 /, So. ALBANY AVE. OPPOSITE WOMAN'S CLUB. accord with the mosquito control program, and while I per Tubing..., Crane or Equal Quality Plumbing Fixtures including

; don't know enough about the subject to prepare the necessary Combination Tub and Shower Bath., I
I .i I legislation, I assure you I will give it my support. -

'::1( ', ',. SOFT WELL WATER Charles A. Luckie, Representative, Duval County." GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES OPTIONAL.
j The News suggests that these twelve sincere legislators

; New Maytaf Machines Free Parking form the nucleus of a Legislative group to.insist that Built in installations for the modern GE Electric. Sink, which includes .
the committee put back the funds
appropriations necessary
': Easy to Operate Arear waste disposal and dish
in the Board of Health appropriation ask the Boardof washer.

Plenty of Hot Water Free Play Pens Health to frame a measure which could be launched
i Free Porter Service For Babies this year. Fluorescent light fixtures, asphalt tile floors, easy to keep. radio

Let's not wait two more years without doing anything.The ant heating with available, connections for installation. Hot water '
All the Above Is Included In Our Regular Rate News received the following letter today from
State Senator Edwin G.:Fraser: "I am in complete sympathy radiator heaters, if needed. The General Construction and

60/ Per Hour Minimum with the.movement I think It for would a State-wide be quite mosquito advisable eradication to ask the Materials in, These Homes Are, of First Quality,, '

Mate Board of Health to initiate this program. This Is certainly -

EACH ADDITIONAL MINUTE lcwt a most worthwhile suggestion and one that would PRICES, ,AND PROFITS ARE LOW, GIVING YOU{ A

further the health of our State.. ,
u.. '
HAVE Set Aside A Battery of Two Maytags On Wednesday and Thursday
j Mornings For Your Colored Laundress. COMUNTTT CHURCH The women of the church will Modern Home
Bring Or Send Your Laudress With Your I for $4,000LESS
$3,000 to. $
t Wash and It Will Receive Personal Supervision. HOBE BOUND give another building fund bene- ,
Berrlees will be continued 1ft supper at next Wednesday
h I
l + Complete Supplies For Sale Friends of the church '
Soap, Starch: Bleach Etc. through the summer at the Hobe night THAN
i Open 7i30 A. M. to Si30 P. M. Daily Saturday 'Till Nopij Sound Community church, with have donated chickens for meat I I COULD BUY THIS HOME IN ANY OTHER CITY

the Rev Alexander Linn preach- dish: Literal. Financing and All Details Handled By U.
DRYING LINES Jig every Sunday morning at 11.
Sunday School meets at It with SELECT YOUR .
Mrs. Andrew Lester as superin STOCK "RIMOVAL SALE

U W ASHET. .LAlUNDRYETlEi .tendent. Stuart Drug Corp. will holda i
Arrangement have been made ;
special Stock: Removal Sale In
for Mr,JUnn to occupy: the guesthouse THEODORE
on the Governor White lint :with Its current plan of DEHON & SON

i E. MASTIN Proprietor. place on the Island so ac,to be modernization D. L. Williams,
f : able to take a more active partIn owner, announced today The I' '
.the house building' sale Is set for Friday and Saturday. DEHON B-LOG.. ':PHONE Sif
now wen under way. project ......:...

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[SOCIAL NEWS and I a ppeni If s of the WEEK IN STUART News Items office for this before paper noon moat on Wednesday reach the newspaper* .illLilAMI

Ilume Telephone l 36-W i Office Phone 3110 .!

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EXECUTIVE EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETS, I Mrs.. Arthur Dehon returned r TORNADO RAZES'' NORTH CAROLINA HOMES.II If all the gold diluted tit ocean : ', t i..
e 'i SPEAK TUESDAY PICNICS AT THE SEA HORSE Saturday from Illinois where .I ROGERS SEEKS water could be extracted there It I I' i 'I

V. 0. Seeklni, manager'of the Mrs. Harry Swinglehurst, assisted she was called by the death of r# I would be a ton and a half of the ;1 1. t I J"

Union( cable system at by Mn. H. H. Thayer en- her father several weeks ago. "IL metal for every person on earth. ( r
14I intern tertained members of the executive -.,. *. AID IN FORESTCONSERVATION I.
Beach, will pe. the guest
fltm II) board of the Garden Club of Mn. Luther Damron and M..... : \ '

neater at Tuesday1 supper Stuart Monday at her home, the Stanley Hitching spent last jiii1 'tl fl"

I leetlni of the Episcopal men'slub. Sea Hone, at Waveland. A picnic Wednesday and Thursday In '
Supper will 1 be' served at lunch was spread on the river- Orlando where they visited Mr. '
a house beach for the last meeting of and Mrs. George Mahaffey. They ,;
parish '
30 at KEEP YOUR 61 ( :)
the club -
successfully head- year reported Mn. Mahaffey is still ; .
geeklns has At the business meeting the In a serious condition from a Washington May 15- -Representative UEMEMBEK-VOUCAN : ,

d the men'l club pf the Holy board presented the club presi fall suffered two months ago. Dwight L. Rogers ran Church in Miami'' for 18 dent. Mrs. W. R. Leach, with a was pne of the Congressional

tat and will aId the new, oranizaton beautiful white plastic handbag Dr. and Mrs* W. M. Phelps of leaders In a stronglysponsoredeffort -, i'' fill. ,

in Stuart In planning as a token of appreciation for SUunton, Va., are guests at the to support forest conservation n v ,I ;
work by'&b8lJtlnK! the private
her work N'i
of ac- during the year. Mrs. St. Lucie) Hotel while looking i
d nd promoting a program Leach, In turn, gave each board over prospective sites for a homeIn a I timberland owner with Si } : I
1llIeI. member a novel gift a gold Florida. practical on-the-groimd help '\

lapel pin which contains water ..w man appearance before the ( ; t
for the stem of a shoulder boquet. Mr and Mrs Oscar R. Thompson House Subcommittee on Agricultural /, 11

$-OM They adjourned, to attend the of Atlanta and Roy Bundling Appropriations together ', ., r .'*. !
q regular meeting of the club at of St. Louis arrived Saturday for ."lie x with 71 other Congressional I : .
y members<< and 45 witnesses
the Women' Club In StuartTENTH repro'senting
their fourth visit here this sea '
son. Their yacht Marcia. n, : a nationwide cross-spc- ], j,,: j'
tlon of Interests,
Midnitehow GRADERS forestry Rogers ,
TSun., May berthed at the Stuart Marine I 1
-Tickets Now Qn Sale) KOBE SOUND BEACH Service provides vacation head- urged Increased forestry activity 1\ I.
The 10th home as sound business tvlong! 'range '. j
grade room of quarters in the day-time and 'I 1i
the Stuart school were feted at plan ot national economy h
they are guests at the St. Lucie !
Specifically, the committee I
2 1 a beach party at Kobe Sound Hotel at night. Mr. Thompson .J
was asked to provide additional '
, May 7 as' a reward for winningthe Is an executive of the Thompson, farm foresters to go Into the':, :;... ...... -. \ ,
1847' attendance record of Boland and Lee Shoe
Companyof ; II
the Stuart P-TA. Atlanta woods and with small woodland own- Mother of Four i ,\, : ,1 'I'
Don Romanello Is the home. ers advise them (on proper
room teacher. The !9-TA mothers Andy Anderson- -of the France Spectators view the wreckage of.the home of ed more than 50 homes Powell's 4-year-old planting, cutting and marketing I' Lost 45 Pounds :I ,\ Yu I
d who Early Powell near Fairmont, N. C., after a tor- daughter" was killed and three ether persona practices. Also, it was asked that I ,
planned the event, and Apartment has left for r" '
an extended 'I \
nado swept through the community and destroy were Injured. the present maximum authorization l'tf4td I {
Yk Principal Erwin F Johnwlck
accompanied -
summer vacation to .
-y for fire protection be J \
I the following class Chattanooga Bristol, Tenn., and approved Sleder I't '
I, FUTURE KING OF SWEDEN = I and, that the five-year ,
members: Janice Arbogast Mary Johnson, arrived from '
Brooklyn. He expects to returnto Friday for '' ;
plan localized research
Coleman, Joan Combs, Ford Carter Stuart Oct. t. 1 Cleveland for a visit at the ex- t Graceful \ k'r\\l :
j perimental and demonstration
Mike Harklns George Knick -I-- Johnson House.TEACHERS r '
/ centers Initiated a year ago. be Figure I y\
erbocker, Jonhe Langberg Bill Mr and Mrs. Frank J. Mahaf- Dewu Fran I
In full
Leach, Sue Leek, Emily Morrison fey of Northbrook 111., are PAY FUND put the second operation as proposedfor 40i.14Dnse3irs M...DorothySnodgmt t', J
ol the
Mollle Rlcou, George Hitch guests at the St. Lucie Hotel NETS COUNTY $5,719 year plan I 11'
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Sarah Roberts, Jerry Smith and while visiting Mrs. Mahaffey's NAVY NEEDS ENGINEERS "farmerlr wclrf hed I,,IJ I I., ,I '
Joe Smith father William Delong, and Tallahassee May IS-(ENS) Jacksonville. 15 of.nd IrdL....-r....yo...u Hy 110".'M AHJtI V""OH'i; I ', ,I,;
... May --Survey Canrt"iri< iiKt/'I flan. hove cut mr..t1' o ;
Mrs. of ;
Delong Palm City. The last Installment of a series ors draftsmen and :. i
1 % Mr. and Mrs Edward Swag of i of 10 payments from the State i electrical! and civil architec-mechanical Your =:b.rh"J-u: :; :.: lt i 4 t I i
the North Federal have Mr and : mMn -A\,1.!;. i ill,
Highway Mrs. Ashby Arbogast teachers salary fund was mpdeto tural engineers experienced In wryrYou..tdr.ly... ..but not|t.A. ..mwh | I I
returned to Wisconsin where had as their Sunday guests Mr. the county today. d.'t cut out Rnr meals.," a.rdc point" I
design are needed Yrn dmMY OUt iMm '
urgently by buita
they plan to sell their realty and and Mrs. Hiram Raulerson and According to figures releasedby I the Navy for .wrl.or You. ..t.., _AYIn:u.duetted..:j'I I;.. I 'j" ,
employment )Ir. I
i A t I'I I t
business holdings there -' William Hendry Jr., of Okee- lenI dull 'he..mak'.I1- { ,'I
preparatory Superintendent of Public Instruction I ,... NodnNola..lhi'
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Islands area .Iu'.yau' iI.
...,._ ... Nridml'
to returning here In the chobee. Colin English total -- 11.''''' AYi' n I'
ON pay ary for the professional 1 positions wiitwfalt and other 'I h
YF 5Z8GEOgrg late summer to. make their per- ment to the 67 counties from the |I range from $5.187 to 8,127 i' Try- hAW>-aOd( '.y,.'.ulnly only, K j L f. Mmr \ '
manent home. Mrs. Blanche Lowrey'spent the fund for this month amounts| year and for subprofcssional a j B.d...Call the.vtry. phoM.gTUART /II,... l+,R .U ft. don't fmultl. t I j','I ) II IINo

e Q week end In Delray Beach Visiting to 175924468. employment (surveyors and DRUG CORP. '
All local students at John B. Mr. and Mn. J. B. Smith, I 1 ,
English said Martin draftsmen I I '
County from
) $3.306 to $3,7781 Phone 11 I Ii 1 1t.
h Stetson former Stuart residents, and her
University at DeLand
received $5,719.28 final -I i -- 1
payment a year
&s came' home for Mothers Day daughter, Miss Janet Kay of 4755.15 of which Is for ___ __._ .. i ::::-:- : .:: : : I.
o with their families Returninglate Boca Raton Field. Instructional salaries and $96411for .
\t.IIII t. !

"e Iow Henry Sunday Beckman,afternoon Jr., Bob Know-were Mrs. J. P.-Hardin. -, mother of transportation. I OPEN V 1 '!

RalEroute leI Jack Boggess Jack Hartman, Mrs. C M. Walker, arrived Mon- from The the total teachers amount of State fund aid I I1IIII IIII I II Sat. and Sun. 2145 \ I'i 1

1arlaiT Joe Courson Walter Wells Don- day from Great Falls, S. C., to salary "
ald Burroughs and Sara Lou visit her daughter. Mn. Hardtn for the fiscal year 1946-47 amounted .i
Rollins. Is recovering from'a serious Illness i to $17,780,029 for the ;.7H&,4.: I [ '
-- ._ of several months and an- entire State $18,000,979.12 of TODAY ONLY1 THURSDAY, 'I
went for I'
which Instructional
other daughter, Mrs. D.L. Deeseof 2 --- BIG SHOWS 2- -
S salaries and $1,779,505.05 fortransportation. ,
DANCE CONTEST TONIGHT Miami, came with her and will l I If

PRIZES TO THE WINNERS remain to assist-'a-in her care 1 English reported Mutti'll i I ;1.i 1.

Dot and Larry Simonds Miss Marie McOee- returned to County received a total of $87-\\ RIMINAL ., !
Jacksonville' Sunday after a This picture of Princess Sibylla and her baby. Prince Carl CusUv; 132,65 .tram. ,this fund for :1
EntertainS only. Pen e 4" the late Prince Custav Adolf of Sweden, who lost his year; teachers salaries, $57.491.10 :
9 Do... .'Pour J.... Fo...l w....... week here with .her mother, Mrs life In an airplane accident, was jnade on the tot's 1st birthday and transportation, $9,64155.The '
Onkortr Tkurooort. ..o ..... ., NIMLoon Marlon McOte, and her sister
awBOo .......ar N.. .. Marie Is a beautician In Jack anniversary.. A great-grandsion of Swedcn'i S9-year-old. monarch amount received by the COURT 'Jq
FOLLOW THE CROWD FOR FUN TO sonville, King Custav Is In direct line to the throng. I county was based on $995 a Instruction
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TOOTSIE'S .,. .,. ". unit. \
PALM i Tom fflRRTHR Robin :''i'
CLUB Word has been received that I
Graham Blair former'Stuartboy A second presentation' of the CCMtiW!! 'O'DiUSCObb-RrmMram' I A
.. .. I. C. Knowles, Jr., Is recovering who completed the Navy high .school senior play "The I 11'//
M. N rtk ol SUMrt, r 4Wol Hl-/ .r No..t WORKERSRegister :
Ctd. au..... P.cb.. G.N.. I from an appendicitis operationat college training course at Geor- Uncertain Age," was given Tues ALSO I 1 I'
his home In New York City. il
[day afternoon In the school audi-
gia Tech; has been assigned to torium for the benefits of those for Employment :; '

duty In Japan. His wife and two who were. unable to get seats beginning Monday, May ;
children will remain In this 19, at our office in the .1 ;
(Remember-only( Chevrolet gives you Friday flight ;
Krueger Building. This
country -I- .
I _, .
branch of Stuart Services
I Mrs. James R. Merriam Mrs. I

BIG-; CAR QIJAIJITY'Naturally Virginia Military Institute has Gerald LaPointe and the Rev. .will keep you employed. ,il ;: .

,' and listed Joseph M. Phillips Jr., on ''T. J. Geary attended the 17th I AT YOURSERVICE I ;i ,\
the honor roll for this semester.. ,j|: annual State convention of the e i

your family want the) Joe Is a Stuart graduate who National Council of Catholic I FRIDAY and_ SATURDAY, MAY 16-17 '1\\ 1 ,; 1 ,
motoring enjoy made good In the Navy and entered Women May 6-7 !in St. Peters
AT LOWEST' COST highest V.M2. under the GI prufr burg. They reported that 80 I For ._ DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM 1 S .
the lowest ''1
ment at pos gram. Florida parishes were represented -
sible price and you'll his first official act In ad- CENPKAL "t PAIRS j, :, I
itf and only value like this need satisfy you I II '1'The new bishop, the Most Rev. I.aOPRTY M"N"GtMLNr \ "
find these advantages In Mr. and Mrs Robert Jamison CARETAKER SERVICE t I Ic Is
'' Thomas J. McDonough, perform-
of Miami were'Week end guests WINDOW WASHING c
the new 1947.Chevrolet of 'i, ed his fir stolllciai act In addressing I
his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. LANDSCAPING
-the only car giving 1 A. Jamison, of East 5th St. for the group The delegates I MOVING SERVICESaxpegnu ,
Mothers Day i, were guests at the Soreno a FREIGHT UtLIVLRV \

,, Big-Car quality at lowest I I 'r.. '|', Hotel. TREE LAWN PLANTING CARE I

cost-as the following ,,, Miss Mildred Clonts, student' TREE: REMOVAL I
Mrs. Sven Nbrd, owner of the
facts at Florida' State UnIversity at WE SUPPLY
prove. Majestic Apartment returned
Tallahassee spent Mother Day Saturday from City, ... Solid
Garden C l Rock BulUinf' I
with her parents, Judge and Mrs, M n'u lt S 41
ii i; Mich. where: she was called three Much 'T.. Soil R>4 nand
A. R. Clonts, on Osceola Ave.
.< ; Chevrolet! gives you the Bio-Csr i weeks ago by the death of her Stimmell {
performino* and reliability of a t' brother, Kenneth Bower. She i Kenneth I
Valve-in-Hud Thrift-Muter Mr. and Mrs. Franklin O. Ruo was accompanied home by Mrs. Owner Manager PLUS .' ,

Engine-tog.ther with Chew have closed their winter home Edward Demske who had been : I
rolet's low, upkeep _,-...andIA. on Rlxervlew Rd. In Beseey Addition I visiting relatives in Detroit fora

;Inavrot.t I gives you the !Bin-1! Chevrolet gives you combined Big, -Car II',. the .only!!! tar that does) town, N.and J., their returned Northern to Imlays-home. month. I qr .dIIlI I II

Car Ityllna and .ury of E Body lXIIT1orIand safety of the Knee-Aotion Ride, They expect to return to Stuart i Mrs. Alma Klstermaker of I Box 486 Phone 41-W Ell! m1'---

by f'ah.rat' lowest prices' and Poutlve-Action Hydraulic Brakes Nov 1 Mrs. Rue nag written that |i Cleveland, friend of Mrs. Oscar I ) I '
end k's the only with and her sister died there, shortly after !, .. -- -- ,- II i
!! car that dose I together exceptional gas oil'r -- = .--====-- .- _.__._ ,I I i I Y
economy-ind the only car that does I tt their arrival, following a long ----I l

t _. -i.. 1 ALCOHOLISMSwmihDy I SUNDAY and MONDAY, MAY 18 19th r f r i I( i
Mr. and Mrs D. H. Hayes and I t 1
:: I .. T olW will OM Worfi. olWHITI N.I.IlrNaa. '
Waller WhIUock of Madisonwere CROSS HOSPITAL He j a two-gun sleuth with one-track mind... .' ,

guests this week of Mr. I Writ. lor totamotkw21V A private who jets crossed by i brunette! I)?
and Mrs. J. M. Phillips on Cleveland I C.......)) Anise St. ,....:...". Flo. eye Y,

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Ym. wily OwvnM give y.u MO-CAR QUALITY AT lOWtST I. COST, West.Palm each Directory ''I'r : i IL

mot only this awed satisfy. y.u. VltH 'UP .h.w em.. sod plans. ....I 1 :'

keep yew .... with in for t! MW 147 Chewslse.NEW \ WHEN'IN WEST PALM BEACH .+ 4&i: r



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Odot==== =::::=i Soac :::::=::2oao The disputes that yet separate nations tan hinder| (| ,
: AckwiE'i
T11V fOR ANOTHER ClIANGET s 'i,1( must not prohibit Attainment ot the
(! tu they common goal 1
l 1Ji" Pitt NEWS 'and COMMENT fill peoples. If there is room in our sown country for? '

i shade of political and social, and religious
; cpoI O.-Ottsot-=3O1t70r'="'= ';oa-===,od'J thinklni'expression ?
F every Thursday 1I there b room In the world for different
Stuart Martin County, Florida I ;ENJOYED: the Reader's Digest quip about the,old colored of government, so long as none Is dedicated phi,
\ by Stuart Dally New, Inc, a with phies .U11
who s6 pithily summarized human experience
I man
\ \ k j florid I forceful imposition of Jta political creed on othersDwight ,
\ f corporation have added
the remark : "Life is so daily He Inlght ,
Entered aa second-claw: mail 6'r -- D. Eisenhower. :
I ; too:"and personal 11
..1'. matter at the pant office at so :
I oloaoc: ::::
r, Stuart, Honda, under the Alas'
i; T" Of March.' ,, 1879, + PERSONALLY speaking, it appears to me that the WITH TH EWHEREDIToS

,,"' '1 I' A FREE PRESS I happiest people, rich or poor, are those who have some '
,!4 YEARS: OF SERVICE: absorbing !lobby or interest. The unhappiest are :=::=aoaocaoaoa:r::=,asaeao ==oOme

' and ..... Sl- !-... those who Bit and think about themselves BARBARIC PRACTICEThe
I F t j a .( Id* Slim. Tl..... lk> firm *... e State board of health la getting Intl'reRW'doing
er61.hN I" HliurV April
"!";/ A FREE PEOPLEn.ao' 4incl. III* Sluin':... Muonxr. ./llkfchirll I". THE HAPPIEST,.too, are the unselfish\ who are constantly something about the unspeakable pollution\ of n,,

,, t f. I r, Hmr It I.*nil Tfcn.*ll... Sfutrt. .n.ohJaN lw l, a..ft. sharing' their experience with others They live Ida' lakes and rivers by cities and individual Citizens tare
.'0 fountf.4 tut,,t..r *. im tit weak '(nut, for themselves alone" for children, wives and apt to think that what was good enough for
; N ...." ... ... 'faruurlr, //toots ll M the t th
r whh' r l..na.. 41<"...... friends, : randfathers, is good enough for them. To dump! Wktt
/ 'f __ -=--- ; I Into our lakes when there are only a handful of us im

', thW'N.NU1'' ....., IIKIlNINc..a LYtwal / ....c....., M-a"n.... I HOBBIES are wonderful. A' man who has one never thing'; to do it when there are two and half million hither ,
I' If this barbaric practice Isn't !stopped
for !
j has a spare moment In which to tit and feel sorry pretty
l i SUBSCRIPTION RATES | himself. They Include such Interesting things as Florida will have an epidemic that will cut its! popu1 ',
my' want" DM fur list TM. YMH.._ '1... down to grandfather's' time.
collecting tropical fish. growing
t'' ..... ...... ; ;; : .... stamps or
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know..s a..aratt.
"(% Sanford
MjuiMrmmf rv (h* rlfhtMF.MRCIt -
,I' to .._ any oh.......... ..._,..__. S j plant1 or trees. Anything, I suppose, in which a person Herald
I'h.. A..rlhfN' P.,..i ,1. ....'...'..1' ...'It''.. to 'h ill" toe r..uhllralt.m'. of as .... Is deeply (interested from alf altruistic standpoint, it unnnnuittnuuunauugwmmntnuumnntlnnnumnnuuuunmi

', OF TilE ASSOCIATED PRESS--I\ could be called a hobby It's 'what you want to do

t t. The A..YI.. Pre.. I..tiI1.4 .. ..' t. err a.t.r rp.Llb i h at all" fl,. : when you aren't working., : Horticulturally
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h.d MW M Its. M.ey.r' ;=. a I*AP n.Y. 0.v.0h... t eFOR

l .c===:=o=Oc:=:::Toooi: -0=000=o MY PART, I get a great kick out of puttering around ,

: Worthy of Meditation I my boat ]It In' quite an old craft., built some IS years ago iiiiiiiiiinmiij
It wan my privilege! !last Friday In ill in on a confnvrHT il:V
.J by Fred Walton of Stuart, but a stout little] gal still, yet)
I ooor-moo: =: e. :::=!::::: o=o-.ocot; ==o i I there's always plenty';to fix on it-and its a great relief David Fair 'hiki i hnnhfon table with seven mm ,who) hove ilni"
'' .elrlivet tow slimy<>f plant At my left wan Dr. E J J.II. Con," ,,xl
Ito to leave the office these afternoons
lWe have a right to cheer) ourselves whh some real me on warm summer
: very Director
for sixteen wa Assistant of the British
/ : HutdiragemonU' The greatest\ : of thtwi .h the luminous, 01. and just putter on the 'Mary F." I would be at a botanical. Garden years at Sinennnre. It was In frill honor the! liiiidimi Cm' ,.
1'ificloRII' if I had a-brand spanking new boat which cgiven.
fact that fifty.fivf nations, lire committed b.> wlemn Covenant didn't need fixin', ; On, the other title was Dr. David Fairchild, fill nearly Uvntiiry

I'I I to help each other keep the peace, substitute! law a If* \lender in .minnrtmg' foreign plant* fo Improve' the aRrk,
i or, fore: and! to :si rive toward the uplift sod' defense of I Llicnnau tlll'.1 stall hurticiilliiriil fields( In the United State On nruiuicl t tlrtal)..
rights and justice and fundamental freedom The t UP THE TOWN! FISHING of course, Is' one of the most absorbing waR Fruit\, E. Conliier I specialist In plant hormone with the UVrxiilnuiit ,
world ha%far to this pledge in reliable 'I ,hobbies on earth. I like to slip out the inlet just before of Orlando him
: to
go before' a ( reality Next Wednesday, May 21. has liven declared! a citywide : Agriculture at ; Arnmlra furmm.san
I But the United Nations. has rained thin standard; to which holiday for Stuart by official proclamation. All dawn and be trolling along the reef when the !sun i enormotu debt (for. it Will he who dfoontof the spray flout a'stem ,i
men ot'good-will in clime anti| under comes up. I.suppose. It would offend the sensibilitiesof made them
every every flag can 'will nit mi apple1nd hung on (toes N..IIt.e IIIf
I stores clime-and the citizenry at large, young and but these occasions I up'
some sportsmen, on rig
repair and it has already
Apr-il this ;
UR with
I on Cod-Messed wuy : (X'list, (for many yean the Department of Agriculture q(II
I"' America. will do her lull part. o'd' will join with vim and vigor( In the holiday task c T like the commercial fishermen with outriggers and Javanese, Government) although a Dutchman by birth Iw hu ..,
I scrubbing! the face. handlmes, and I get a lot of fun out of horsing! In ,
f 'Arthur It. 'Vundtnliprg! / IIt's most of lib life stwlying tropical fnift culture In Java and Smnarrliiuthor : '
a grand idea, this first mass community clean-up, mackerel and blueTish Since it's just a hobby, 1 I b of the two principal bonkll1ll. this nbje4; he h mw A awher
lllllllllllllllllllllllMllllllllllllllllllllllllllrt.Mlltl' l llllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllll sod the News congratulates. the city officials and civic don't care whether I catch two or three or half a
', of i the fatuity at the University of Miami Next came II F LmlorlKiilturKt < .
YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR workers' who are pushing the idea. /, dozen e ; the main. thing i.s relaxation and peace In charge of United States Finn); IntnxInctHHi Canlnmiinnt ,

We hope further that It develops into a regular event Grove: where he has spent nearly two deciklei limit'g d.
jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiMiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii' iiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin hose working' on the advance plans\ for "Clean Up Day"|I J l GET a big lift, too, out of my youngsters Seeing the Beside him wa Dr George D. Ruehle. Illn'l1l11' ol p piimlgrunti .'

Have you ever thought! of committing nncr\leT\ The I have already discovered what a large amount of planning I1M { |boy for IlIt nce. hauling away on a 20-pound bonito, realizing Diversity: of Klomltt Experii' ent Station at Hiirm-itcail. slid, ropeour .. ,

fact you are still alive indicates that if the idea ever haH i necessary for 'community action. Trill first' clean up is what's thrill that U?,to him. Or walking through oiiMmHliiig authorities on tropical horticulture The irvenlb.

i J crossed your plane of thought you made a positive, stand I touching us the planned organization' necessary to put a the woods with, my son and daughter, as I did the other was' F W Peanon, vkr-(nresMent trf the University of Mumi& and i0

against\ it'and' took whatever steps were necessary to keep whole' ] town to work j, day, and encobntering a whopping big rattlesnake. I large nwmrrfl responsible' for the leadership this South (lornlii. lair,

L t, alive In fact, the normal human reaction to the suggestion I By next,fall, we should certainly have another Clean know that the little experience of killing the diamondbackwill I is i taking in the; dissemination! of 'Information on t"'plt-.lrl.lllt( life ,

is to move aggressively in the opposite direction, tot I till' Day, designed to "make ourselves: neat" for the tourist never be forgotten by either of them, and that he in Jt was im "inspiringgrcnp' just hi lit and listen "Bcinnv\ ill
t( I' i nuke sure not only that you survive. but that the found( ,season, and as the idea catches on it w ultin't be a bad particular will have at least a week of fun showing his rot were much interested 'hi the Khntific enpeditiiin Which IV I Iis d i

I I I !tioim mid Institutions connected with your business of living i idea to have a standing 'Stuart Beautiful" committee to pals the"set of rattles' I did the same myself so many heading Into, Brazil for lie United Nation, 'he dimmed fullv tliI I

strengthened and reinforced. |plug year round clean up and bl'autlfication. / times!! when was his age, eight And my daughter bring toe. has ahi' d. Here Is a iiimmary of the pmjectHYLCAN .

The State of Honda is trying$ to commit suicide. wj I HM-MI idea on which everypne'can' JolnGardel1Club Ing me a little flag the other day which she had made for AMAZON! INTDWATIOHAL IIMII n I'l> i I IJly"'an
( far ai! its business of livjng i ill concerned. The citizenry \ my boat. That meant a lot. li lii
( and Woman Clubs, Rotary and Kiwanis, Masons, Amazon' "Hylea'1 refers (a the ore of tropical
I' ," the State need to awaken to a realization that the available Odd Fellows, >Ioosei' every church and civic organization., in i (lie Amazon Basin Covering about fonr and t half million,! ) aim|
i supply of timber trees in Florida halt shrunken 26 per cen;I The Boy \and Girl Scout troops. school children-all the THIS SORT of stuff l Is personal, and probably doesn' miles, It tiKlmlei the grot plain which stretches from the AmUt! k rt

', in the pat 10 years If this (continues, there will be nd churches-can enter heartily organizing an effective belong I nany column ; but on the other hand it is a little 1 Atlantic, part of the.Unprier Orinoco, the three Cuianni (Frail,I. Bee
i 10 timber trees in Florida by the year 1965, When we con- Glean Up ,campaign Incident or so from the most vivid part of life and Dutch). Lower Tocantint (he sea emit of the prnvlmt, iif r,
Miller; that nearly half of all the person engaged In Indus-f f .% which In. daily and personal
and! part of the milh-west of the province of Manuilum, the. whole| sol
trial Be sure to pile your trash neatly along the curb next ,.
pursuits in Florida draw or1
their incomes
r.1 directly. II lug nearly one-third of the total area of South Amenta.
1 Wednesday and don't the clean up
; expect( city or
indirectly, from:;!: the forests, the forest industries and 'II !- 1 volunteer workers' to lift heavy logs or tree ,stumps crawl Be THE OUTDOORS has always been a "hobby" with me, In UNESCO will stimulate, facilitate and n far an i is .itlll.lt,
lured businesses, it is apparent that the-dixappearanci* (ift i that I am intensely Interested in the beauties and wonders
I sure that the stuff U reasonably "moveable' ," Several city H-dniule scientific investigation' In till rtgkm. i' j
our trees would not' t only throw SO.(000() worker out of their \trash removal' workers! have been Injured because of lift.: of nature. I love the beauty of clouds and sunshine on the I Such Investigations relate to problem in the zoological], "hmtleteorologlcal "

i. Jlob\ ;; it, would not only cut the State's industrial payroll ing heavy weights That a job for a paid removal crew. river; I often watch and marvel at simple little things like 'anthrnpulogicul and medical! science*, lixliulrdwe
in half i but it would I
deprive nearly one-fifth of the\, entire fiddler crabs marching in their'armies at the beach owlet
or questions] relating to the maintenance of human life and the <
population of Florida of its Income. 'There are /scores! of ways in which you can help make I
such interesting creatures as the land hermit crab. I Jib tent of human society in tropical *.
I We think that Florida Is a great fifth producing State, Stuart brighter, more attractive, cleaner to see oy ] they seem to me to be spitting with i I The proposal that UNESCO establish region in International
,but the forests in Florida bring in four times as much Paint your house It has probably !flood through the supreme Impudence at the world. There's always some the Hyleun Amazon was submitted to the Preparatory Omirnisi*1II

.l r { revenue as fish We think of the; vegetable I growing businen war period without If coat of paint. There plenty of thing new crooping up among the "little people," stuff J : UNESCO on April 23, 1946, Fmfennr Ctmeiro Brazilian i ep."oeln
*. and no it is, but the forests are just as big, and they !fwd, "pre-war quality paint now -- and willing handsj didn't know before. btive and was approved the Commisi'Hin and by II
I bring in considerably in excess of lOOOOIIIIO() ( ) annually. I to put it on. (Our painters aren't so busy/ I in the summer t (:eneral Conference| ( of UNESCO by ,Preparatory The! Executive Board ol l'\ESO

i The only industrial activity in Florida' that brings more time. JUST THE other' day for instance, In the evening, my meeting In Paris in April 1947, resolved that the project. should, li,.I Iganl
Money into the State than our forests is the citrus crop, and A coat of paint can make a wonderful difference on boy and I were sitting in a rowboat getting ready togo I /'" as a multi-section project, including specifically Inw4ligatngild ..
lifter all that too is
a question of
trees ,
a business building, too. Take Oscar Johrwon "Johnson "
bass fishing. "There's spider fish fundamental education
a eating activities
a my; appropriate) relating to
Livingso close to the woods In Florida I "
we sometimes House, the brick hotel on Akron Avenue He painted it informed "Spiders don't fish (h.
i lose son me eat just flieR, i Major reawxu Why tin project was approved and given
t 'wir perspective Did you know that Florida has more I{ last' week and its/ shiny and bright: looking now, a fine example I informed him positively' irkirityi ,
r foicNt_area than any other State In the Union, except Ore. for tiC MuartV I
the rest business plat s. Is"WELL ) The ..irnI,1,it
y fon r' Did you know that nearly 21000.000:! () acres( oT land 1 I area ,presents numerous problem requiring
a iu this State are devoted to growing timber trees Did ,I The colored folks are helping too. Their preachers: ," he said with the bored assurance of a person! nvntlgatkm/: hi many deldi No inventory! has yet-!h' !ti mud, ,

1''+ f you) ) know that we in this State have invested nearly $400 have agreed to preach' "Clean Up" messages in the who is absolutely right, "you can see for yourself then" J )I lylca) "s natural wealth most of which for this reason' remains nnki.-. ,
churches-and we 11) bet that Little Dixie will be a 'cleaner looked overside and there (b) These which (n
t $ 0 o.000 in trees, Underproducing) lands, plants and equip- ''I along side the boat was a big are problems Fequhb{ governmental
ment, and"did| ytiu know that as a result of the twelvemonths and more healthy section Thursday! morning. water spider eating a still-struggling! top minnow That nperatHHi and c.'Onpt'fMlklftIetw' \ government and (private l bob
I City crews cleaning out ditches! throughout the the wonderful birth national and !
growing season hard wood trees faster in are / thing about a "nature hobby there's so Internatkmal .
( I Florida, than anywhere else in the United grow*:'tate..T This I town, getting excess: rainfall off This will abate the mos- much to know. The guy who thinks he knows it all gets (c) Scientific studies in this area win advance iiniwH\ !!*
means that if we awaken to the tremendous possibilities quito hazard as well an. help in orderly appearance. knocked for a loop daily and personally. ,other comwralle| regions, both 'because many of the .resnlH will I hr rl j
(fwd protect this enormous industry, Honda potentially H There is evidence alt]) !over the town of sporadic cleanup o. nxtly relevant and because (lie institute will. furnish a nM..II. ,'t

the greatest lumber producing State in the'Umted States efforts' City Manager U B. Eurit !stated, "and we are WHICH reminds me that a few summers ago I was Jim liar cniiperntive) researcfi,

I Wild fires are chiefly to blame for the enormous getting ready, to go ahead<| in high( gear for the big cleanup getting some concha, wading in the waftr and hand- (d) Advancement of scientific knowledge almut such n'R": "

l t4i ,ahffnkhge in our available lumber supply in the past decade day" ing them up to my wife in the boat "What beautiful I necessary preliminary to advancement of social( welfare) salt'

4' pt I from 22 billion feet to 17 billion There are 25,000 wildfires Hardware stores reported good! sales of rakes and eyes they have," she remarked development of natural resource L'
shovels (e) The Brazilian ho offered a* a nmViM (,
annually in i year they destroy enough' for lot cleaning: government "f(

i fn lumber to build 40,000 five-mom houses These wild fires There going to be! a big parade Tuesday afternoonto "CONCHS," t explained patiently With all the smug assurance lull'malkmullnslilute i the Gwldi Museum at Britons de Par*.

A kill the seeds, the small seedlings and sometimes big trees launch the event but the word for Wednesday l Is of a man who has practically lived on this river (f) TIlt! coordination of international effort can "best pr.lIf(1Io(

i x Wild fires !stunt the growth of the trees they do not kill Let's get to work and make Stuart shire. like no other for thirty-five years, "do not have eyes They''are like nmet| the! authority of UNESCO. :

Artual records show 'that where fire protection is pro (town on the Fast ( oast." ,' clams: and oysters, jiytt shellfish." She picked one up and (g) The project) combines major" objective of tlNESCfl I"

sided, Florida lands produce six times us much timber as IIIIIIIIIIIIIUI'IUI' () tiuuunuinuan1111111111111111111 held it out to me. There, peering out from the Interior on vane scientific knowledge to promote coopejatiiwi among g"*"!'
is harvested from unprotected lands. iiiiiiiHmiiiiiitiiii' talks, were two eyes of piercing brightness and intellrence roenls. and nnn-ptWf'I1IlIIf'IIta\; \ bodies, to advance the ediiculfcm' ,lit*

For many years you have been hearing the fire alarm. Letters To The Editor As I looked at them and they looked at me, r ward peoples' and to contribute to the advancement! of human, *
f You ought to do something about it. I Hiri reminded of thought: "You've sure got a lot to learn." It floored me Scope of (WESTOKeipmu&tttty
i one of my neighbors who had a barometer He! bought it llllllllllllil'IIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIMII ,completely, In a way it taught me never to be too cocksure ,(M UNESCO is Concerned with tlie advancement d srinMStudies
1 so he could keep track of the hurricanes which occasionally about anything in Nature's bag of tricks. and with appropriate activities In the flekl of education..
visit our part of Florida He watched Die- barometer WANTS YEAR 'ROUND DAYLIGHT SAVING E. LD (bJNESC'O') s primary functions are to stimulate, flc', ,!Iilut' *'

faithfully. Several years ago his barometer pointed to Editor The Stuart News: coordinate. UNESCO Itself will stuff and finance the ntoqirise, to U
Florida The Sunshine State -- Is primarily Interested In ::::: ===: : =tea
"hurricane". and kept oil\ poipting to it for five pretty, TlSsl KTroEM'CONTtNT rrtent judged mdispensaliie'
r sunshiny days The .man wa convinced that his barometer merchandising' : sunlight Station'. of tin, Project/ .
was out of order, M he, mailed It bark to the,factory, "Sunlit hours" are of auch a premium that In many states evenduring 1 I. Dr E. J J. Corner, UNESCO'* neipul Field Sclrnli|* '
I \ ,the longest days ot the year, time Is advanced one hour. rC7000C: ::: o. ::=:=: 01000:: 3; oao fleer this M >
The next'dny a hurricane nearly blew him off( the map. irt Latin America, b In charge of project. He was
An ill wind is blowing in Florida today. lo protect We Floridians, engaged In the business of selling sunshine and tc.'ffi years Assistant Director ol the Singapore Botanical Gardens. ,

nil of the forest lands jn our State from the !menace of fire Its accompanying advantages. should, In my opinion, create our By John Wilbye 4. I>. coins b .assisted,. by Dr B, Mats. an expert aitr<1*

vuiuld, cost only $1.00 l a year for each citizen; Spending own year-round "Florida Time" by permanently advancing'ourtime .. There Is s jewel which no Indian mines di..a..... and Dr A. Metrxun' social presently dot "
hour. Brazil
that) dollar' Is the only hope we have of keeping Florida Such by one action the Can buy, no chemic art can counterfeit i from the U. N. Dr Camelre, of of floe Enw"11: '
by citizens of Florida would create
'ywen A'program of legislation embodying fire protec- an Invaluable It makes men rich In greatest poverty; board< of( UNESCO wilt|! lake part In preliminary planning .J.

thin;: and a comprehensive forestry program is pending in promotional advantage aid for of''the"fun merchandising in the sun". Our of our yearroundrecreatlohal Makes water wine, turns wooden cups to told, 3. Dr. Goner making a pHlrninary survey, hosed no a.<7

r t'.I'' Florida Legislature now, and it Ls important that the customer and The homely whistle to sweet music's strain! ; Belem, and wH,cnndtatton.
could have 'lunllt
tanking people of our State get behind a forestry conservation purselvea greater utility from !our hours"Permanently Seldom it comes, to few from heaven sent 4An International Commission consMIng of One -prrMellllh\,\

movement, if Florida 4s not going to continue advanced "Florida Tlme"ould eliminate the That much in little, all In naught-Content.WE'RE t( each government concerned will meet at the invitation ol the' ?.*,."'
wiat will amount to suicide vE seasonal controversy and confusion of moving from one time to ---... _---*"- meat of Brazil The time and place at-jfresetok jwoptised (for W' ate
t" A.. another, It would limply establish "Florida Time" In the sam (
M Belem .
*- EATING HIGH big are on August 20th.:
"I recognized ,categories as Eastern Time, Central Time Mountain 5. The the d lInii'
Commission win consider such, a*
--' ----- ----- questions
s YSi'NPublillher ; Time and Pacific TIme. Food prices could dive If tlstela
<< unemployment ,
M WAGES mounted of the project; the organization and administration of Ihe1ll'jIIdi
d Promotional! acute FloridIans Insist that Florida must lead sharply A little publicized factor tied to itratosprerlc tn be taken In 1948 end the .. .
i James Cordon Bennett intolerant of the nation with 1U State promotional Our fool costs Is ; bodget.8.
was program. partnershipwith the huge 'amount of edibles, now being eaten. A from the will be to W,*>"
/ all too ,followed in the old the sun suggests to that Florida should be Full report presented
fighting, a practice frequently me the first to employment means maximum food demand. Americans teal in Notes"
Coherence' nf(
r rough-and-ready days of journalism, greet It each day of the year. now gobble a pre-caplta average of 150 pounds of bee, 1847, UNESfJO> at its meetm| at Metico City

a 'Thus, one of his printers who showed up at work one The advantages of "Florida Time" Justify the temporary Inconveniences meat a year, The 1935-39 average was 126 pounds] Eggs It A kRODO

morning with a well-blacked eye, knew that he mart eon. of adjusting ourselves to It* schedule lame" T. are eaten at the rate of 400 per person a year. The pre- -r

coal it or be fired. ,In a moment of inspiration, he smeared Inrtmore, Miami.Laundry Company, Miami, Florida lo war average was 298. ==: lIo. ..a.s:: :::==OOO

;' his entire face with Ink. And meat and eggs are just random examples Com LAUGH
y.4. Bennett noticed him immediately.) There is a point, 6! course, where a ma'n must takehe pared with the pre-war average, pre-caplta consumption of ONLET'S

y. "'What are.we, paying. that man?" he asked the for'- f isolated peak and break with all his associates for clear cheese Is op 25 per cent, fluid milk and cream 26 per cent, oaolOcao: : 1>p. .....i-r.ao

principles; but until that time comes he must work,'if he< canned vegetables 46 per cent, breakfast foods 38 per cent. BASE: bECEIVER it

man'Told' tile amount, the old publisher ordered, "Deubje would be of use, with men as they are.: A* long as the good People are eating 26 per Cent more chickens, nearly 70 "So you\ deceived )Vuwbandf"" Bald 'the VI g;

itl Iff obvious that he's doing more work than anyone In them overbalances the evil, let him work with them for per cent more turkey. And guzzling of canned fruit juices gravely "On the yoOr jour h. deceived a10
er be ig\ the plant. !r rCollier rT the best that can be obtained 1s flying 271 per cent above the pre-war rate. He said he was going contrary' out ./f town anddidn't,. gq/.,
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''I TERM SHOW 15 TRAINING SCHOOL. .ALEMAN GETS: ROUSING OVATION, !IN, NEW YORK CITY I: Stoma State Senate, when one nor, and where'and how it'shaft., .
. ING TO LYRIC; .v' SENIORS TO GIVE. PLAY "N Florida lawmaker shot another lawmaker be raised Any school child cut '
r'7 was reminiscent of the' answer that one: It will be raised! ; 1
wrffs "Madhouse Of My- The senior claaa of the Stuart session when the bill creating right out of( the pockets of the t f
I of Illusions' i'fi i iaw it Ferris WheelFlorida 7 4
masterpiece the Tampa Utility Board "was" taxpayers! \ ;sw
spirit seances. Is cornIA Training School will present a ,_
*and Ml* .MUM letting a going-over In Tallahassee s
i ) UriC Theatre, ,on the play "Oh Promise Me" at the taxpayer will ap- Senator Raymond Sheldon t STUART STUDENTSGET f. ,
>)111 12. school house! Monday night: The plaud ,the action ot Governor of Hlllsborough, then a ACADEMIC HONORS y
U,n madnt "hocus\ pOCu. 10th grade at the,school i member of the House'of Repre- W
presented Caldwell In returning the paintIngs -
with fifty-flue minutes of sentatives, told of threats made Col. E. S. Llgon principal of
and furious program. j a play "Good Gracious Grand-, and antique valued at approximately against him and appeared In the the Holies School, Jacksonville t
3 ...- ---.--- ma" last,Monday night $7,000 and placed on House chamber armed with both. has announced that two Stuart '1'1" \; '.
,rtq. were living In Colo-, Final examlratloni} for the approval In the new offices of pistol and bodyguard boys earned first academic hon I, ,
of yean ago acing '
thousands remains uncovered,by graduating class were held yesterday the Chief Executive. The new When the Legislature convenedone ors for the past month They lJlJ IM'L", :
I to i are Evans Crary, Jr, and William !- ; t' i
and today capital wing, containing the offices of 4
I (Hits. the questions confronting Crary, sons of State Sena j ,\'
of the Ooverngr, Secretaryof the session appeared to be not
I a tor and Mrs: Evans Crary 4 .,' I
State and the flea Senate shortage of money but If, how, Cadet Herbert B. Kraft son. '. ,,14M I
,:: LOTS FOR PENSIONERS' chamber, are spacious, adequately and by whom the surplus should of Mr. and Mrs. K B. Kraft of e':I, ,
i be apent Now it appears the''' 936 Osceola Are., has received ; ,/
lighted and attractively furnished 1"1 a I
1// $50 to $200 qpestion Is whether the deficit second academic honors! at the; \ '
' PRIVILEGES without the addition ot will be $10000000, as stated by school for having maintained a "
e WATERFRONT t such' expensive ornaments The Comptroller Gay, or $13000000, superior' scholastic" :record for ,
N I Pavement and Sidewalks in front of every lot. Y e, new wing lessens the slightly the figure named by the Gover the past month. 1IJj tI r it, j
with which "
See apologetic feeling ,

State Floridians visitors have through shown the out-of-State Bath Room Tile and Asphalt Tile t fly''

'" OTTO KUBIN e. j\ Capitol.The Mathews white primary, Also 'Supply of Belgian Tile in various. colors I

bill! was killed, but the author Vi and 3/16 Commercial ,,
g refuses to concede It Is dead. INSTALLATIONS and SALES
i President Miguel Aleman ot Mexico: ,(left) looks wares to thousaAds along the lidewalV( as the Now we are threatened with the Tile Baths Orainboards Porches of ; t
'up at towering buildings along lower Broadway parade passes along Broadway at Wall street. prospect: of a Statewide speak Quarry Tile''
; Cash For Your and waves to cheering crowds In New York City He came to New York after visiting President ing tour to "carry the primary FORT PIERCE TILE & CONSTRUCTION CO.
Highest i during the parade In honor of him. Right: Truman in Washington. fight to the people" Rabble-
Ii I President Aleman stands "In leading auto andI i rousers render no good serviceto E. HOWLETTP.
. WON'T TAKE FIVE MINUTES the community, State or nation
: although under our o. Box 1181 Phone 787 111 N 18th St. .011 Pierce 1
N; V* can pay you the O. P. A. limit for your cat which I stitutional right of free i
, I I I I everyone, Including Gerald con-I. --
" I. as much a* you can get anywhere and 1
, Smith, Senator J. E.: c.
) and Henry Wallace may talk i COMMERCIAL and AERIAL
without hindrance Unfortunately ,
SUNRISE MOTOR CO. no Constitution can guarantee I
that the talking shall be along PHOTOS f
: 311-23 South Dixie
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!! the lines of good Judgment, good i
II on Pierce, Fla. Telephone) 190 sense or good Americanism I PHOTOGRAPHS" WILL HELP YOU MAKE THAT a
. More than usual Interest Is SALE r t'' i
v 1! attached to the race for the office I PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE GUARANTEED, 'k
" of 1949 Speaker of the House
of Representatives, The leading I t '
' I'. contenders, N C McMullen of TROPICAL PHOTO SHOP '
Hlllsborough and F E. Murray of I {
.' I Polk, ,both are. able legislators Krueger Bldg. Next To Western Union ,
I land have taken a leading part In I
: CLOTHES : present session The present i
Speaker Senate President, President r ; I
, aye your Winter' Clothing, 'Blankets, etc.. Dry Pr .tem, Governor and i
, leaned and either Moth-Proofed or Put in Moth. I President-of the 1949 Senate all : a aw
roof Bag for the Summer. Take advantage of our I come from either the northern: FUGATE and GREENLEES
, famous Berlou Moth-Proofing! Service. or western part of the' ,State,' w i1 ,
!! which many observers believe to' ti
be straws' In the wind In the Engineering, Surveying, Blue Prints ,-: i N f ,
I 1948 gubernatorial sweepstakes. I r

| BEGINNING MONDAY, MAY 12THWE i i Speaker A possible race dark Is Representative horse in the W Estimates Submitted on Request r / ti

T. B. Dowda of Putnam, though t !
VILL CLOSE AT SiOO P. M. : he Is believed to be more Inter I 303 E. 4th STREET STUART, FLORIDA $ ,
|utead of Si30, P. M and at Noon Wednesdays instead ,: I I ested ,fn the Congressional seat PHONE 311 t
to be vacated by "Little Joe"
of 1:00 P. M. Hendricks than in the State office -
I : .
GEORGE KEITH For years the Legislature has
m I been bombarded with bills to '
i )' ( ) make the University of Florida REMINDERS OM ,PARTY 9 LINERS
Martin County Cleaners and Florida State College for :
Women co-educational, Hours "l 1, tk
of oratory have been expended 7
hone 190 'P. O. Box 906
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for and against the proposal; at
this session I) passed the House
.,,.-4w-" Y
(heretofore strongly opposed)
without a struggle and sailed
,; through the Senate without a
SAIL t : I : negative vote] !

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t'I PI ot the oldest example of! JOINT KIWAKIS. WORKER HAS TIME Of| HIS HANDS liiiiiiiiimimiliMiiiilWiwiimihiiiiiii l Miss Bee niUngton, Eden, Is Smyrna schools and socially active. COnklin,Mr* Florence*,\

.11, velvet! 1\I that of a 14th century I NJtws t spending! a hionthi vacation i Annette! Cave, bumOllI, ,
d The regular noon meeting of 1f. i
\ i embroidered cape In the college r touring the State Returning from a short wedding -; and Arthur Phillips hy
b I ( .\ of Mount St. Mary Chesterfield,! Rotary Club yesterday was I Indian River Drive for the summer months Mr trip Mr and Mrs. Leonard I at 'the Vita Hood
'1 t I England.! omitted In lieu of a joint, meet. and Mrs. Elliott Lewis old friend last week end 'WIth Mr.' P1erct. shop ,I
t\\ 1r:r Z I ing of the club with KIwanis at fey VIVA ttAkK of Mr and Mrs. Karl H. Burg- tenna '* parent in'Uralton. In: The Palm City Ladles
.' -N its regular 11:IS p m, session grit glue nave leased an apartmentat TitusVille thy Will wilde In 1.1I I May 7 for a nose.bee k A
A FOR minnntnntttmmnmitnnnfummtiltOMMtsstONtk' HeaveD of,den. readiedfor
1\ now being and
\ NROWS 3 tomorrow at the Woman's Club. Cleveland. apartment hewing at RedwOOd ,
i I from r
Lewises are I
\\1 Jack Herald iimiIfGs': occupancy the winter home ,
Bell, Miami dally, I evening these four of in
." I//, / ... .'Ia columnist, will be the speaker' REQUEST! 19 GRANTED Saturday were dinner guests at Mary's In Walton-Eden Property Owner Oohklln' This' "? MIl
H County Commissioner taut Club will entertain with a game lln* lat meeting '
,"M ". '.. __ \, I at this special meeting 'on an Jennings appeared before the Fort Pierce party tomorrow night The as she and Mr Conklin
,t't't't'I. r R r4 unannounced subject Martin County Commissioner Inclement weather Sunday tertainment committee 1* en-I ing Irt\ two weeks for jf,
I RMAOAt," &It. ij : Annual' Rotary-Ann night will Mar T asking that St. Lade caused 'an arranged deep-* charge of detail find Its, Minn, where the I
r r : be held next Wednesday at the! \I Ih County be granted permission to fishing part; to stage the affairat ment was made that member summer residence, 'tim,
\ trt-
t'' I it TREES 7 Ik Seminole Inn 'In Indlantown at obtain a 200-foot right-of-way) the Blue: Goose where a after may Invite their friend All i Conklln had as lunch**
through a section: of Martin poleye party with supper members are asked to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Charm
;) : L Soars fuORIOA. ANDCut" T p. m. with about 20 couples! County deemed necessary for was held In the George Casper -... I and Mill viola Krelde' I
:, iJ expected for dinner entertain- the proposed road to parallel the apartment Sunday was .Mr*. EDENLAWM Palm City and Mrs. Mm
: 1' "' ment and dancing It has been I new Florida East Coast railway Casper birthday Those In at- Mr. and Mrs. Victor COnklin Ballou Mill Mary Amet,
announced by Erwin F. John. from fort Pierce to OkeethobeeJennings' tendance were Mr and Mrs. L. were host for dinner Saturday I Abbott Morton from 8U
l wick, program chairman. As a J request was grantedand B. Bdason: Mr and Mrs. MIlton evening to Mrs. Florence 'Cave, Mrs. IP""*" WWB'
i ; I I result the noon meeting next I I work on this new road will Lucky, Barbara and Eleanor Miss Annette Cave Dumon Mer- former Florence Oewert
: week also will be omitted.. be started shortly. Lacky, Mr. and Mrs. J. Cabnoo! win and Arthur Phillip ton, and her children
j' ,,
[ -- --- --- --- 1 Coals Cannon,
and and Mrs.
in from Chicago fora and Dawn,
I : Motoring were guests \
\ L t I 1 DAN MrCAIttV: AVAiUfcLE from Washington, D C. two-day visit with her brother, of Mr. and Mrs. L wand l
Expert I NOW FOR DOVERNOR-S JOB Mr. and Mrs Orale Cannon Arthur Phillips was Mrs. N. D Mr and Mrs. Lelcet!
Dan Mccarty, former Speakerof and on, Richard, who have been McCUe. Accompanying her were nard of Walton. Mn I
I Watch Repairing the House and 8t Lade the guest of Mr Cannon par Mrs. Gene Wins: and Mrs. Freda I II from Wheaton, ni. aping ,
STURROCKj k County citrus grower, who 1 11 ents Mr. and Mr. J. M. CannonIn Larson, Thursday night these at Ocean Breeze (C
Bring Your Work T* My Home i, building a home on Indian River, Eldred for tw weeks, returned guest Mr. and Mrs. Victor Jensen BeachFrcdAaStafl.
2nd House Acres --- Is, we understand, considering to their home In Washington T-, b.-
Fed. Highway No. 1 i A lot of time Is saved when this giant clock, on the Colgate plant being a candidate for Governorof Tuesday.
t Cloth. $3.50; Paper $2.50 I I In Jersey City, N. '., goes en summer schedule. Hen Norman Florida In next year'* election ; Mr. and and Mrs C. C Campbell STUART
fi. Order from 68 W. 3rd St., Right Side of! Reeves, plant electrician adjusts a bulb.high above the Water ,. *. When questioned recently of Ankona again have closed CITY COMMISSION
Edwin A. Menninger Street I I front. at an Indian River Drive Association their winter home and returnedto
"The Flowering Tree Man" I -- meeting! he smiled but! Louisville to atend to business !- Regular Meeting RegisteredCivil
Stuart, Florida Charles H. Jackson ECONOMIC HIGHLIGHTS did not commit himself at 'the Jansen Knitting
f j I As usually happens a year or to before a Presidential l However It was stated by I Mills 8:00 P. M. Engineer

------ ----- election talk i Is making the rounds concerning the Dossihil- Comptroller Clarence Day in addressing ,Mr. and MM. &. V. Ankeny of 2nd and 4th And
Ity of a. third.party entrant into the greatest race on earth. the State Junior Cham- Ankona were Sunday dinner, WEDNESDAYS'Stuart '
: This idea was broached to Mr, Wallace when he was ber of Commerce' Daytona guests of their son-in-law anddaughter Hall Land Survey
1"- DIXIE TAVERNAND abroad and he made a statement to the effect that he Beach recently that Mccartywould Mr and Mrs. Webb i City Stuart
sought no office but would be glad to serve in any capacity be a candidate. In answer Ordway, St Lucle Estates: Stuare. florid.

\ COCKTAIL' LOUNGE that would advance the cause of peace. Prior to that, Mr. to this statement Mccarty I Public Always Welcome Phone Z06)
15 Miles North of Stuart On Federal 1 Wallace had suggested that Senator 'Pepper, would be a aid he would not know for certain Mri F. S. Younghusband her
IF YOU ARE WISHING FOR A GOOD PLACE TO good standard bearer for a party whose main plank wouldle until fall but would say now sister Miss Mary Scott, and her i .;;..
that be was available for the --
'I' Job
Mullen, left
niece, Miss Mary
better relations with ADVUTIlElIiI
EAT and DRINKYOU Russia. The Senator declined the
Tuesday for their simmer homeIn
WILL FIND A "TASTE TREAT" AWAITING honor with alacrity. \ MRS. DON ROMANELLO Atlantic City after spending
j YOU. SUPERB WINES I AND LIQUORS, PREMIUM The history of third-party movements in this country STAGES ENTERTAINMENT the winter at Mrs. Younghus 11ere'I;I s t.JyJoe Ma
BOTTLED BEER, HOT PLATE LUNCHES, DELICIOUS is certainly not encouraging to possible aspirants The FOR. WOMAN'S CLUB band's home In Ankona. ,
SANDWICHES, SERVED' IN OUR COCKTAIL electoral system, plus the very practical fact that only the Mn, Don Romanello of Eldred Dr and,Mrs. 3, A. Oatlln of''
LOUNGE. established parties have the local organizations that get planned and carried out a' delightful Eldred were among the Drive
cut the vote works against them. Even Theodore Roosevelt evening ol entertainment residents\ attending 'the game I Industry Looks at
Open From 10:00 A. M. ON *- WEEK DAYS I for the benefit of the Fort
t I running as an ex-President with an enormous personal l party In Community Center
FCR A GOOD TIME.VISIT' following. couldn't make the grade. The elder LaFolleUe I Pierce Woman's Club at the fort" Pierce Thursday night ; Our Town

\ I was one of the driving personalities of the'time, but the Community Center 'Thursday. .Mr. and Mrs. H T Ebner of
THE She was ably assisted Madison
DIXIE TAVERN by bdred have returned from
best he could do was carry Wisconsin The last third
I party candidacy, that of Representative Lempke, collapsedlike Weeks, also of Eldred, and visit to their farmer home In maybe yea read. low a sn*, ef A* DM Walters Hay,, 'tit'
'I BILL COLSON, Prop a pricked balloon. And the perennial minor-party well-"known circle,'In woo New segued York as theatrical Charleston, 8 C. Industrial experts....decided.. that life |. mtirallr wtiy. ..
candidates Socialist Prohibition etc..: master Word has been received from the mill tows \* the plan' fw !InWork the next day whet
II rarely carry evena pf ceremonies, and by MISS ,
Outdo brother Of
p DAgostlno
uitiTTtot big title Reasons they la offin, mill or itld I AII. '
single S. county. This Is definitely a two-party nation Gwendoline Jones, games di- Mrs. Don Romanello, who made
better bossing. hovM know. He worlu
fin an pleasanter I f
The next election it seems certain, will be a fairly rector. many friend during his winter
exact reflection of WllIkle Presented by Week were Mrs. living, anti stone uptwrlinlty for bate, bit never nilun hrwholesome
the ltooaevelt- to the extent
race in Florida, that he has gone In
;, that there will be no Important difference over what our Milton Baird heard In vocal solo* the retail grocery, fruit and meat ncnatloa.Wfll leg "MIutltulloMl". ,
I I and William McKendrlck In a looking around our Win glass *f beer with frifiwU
foreign policy should be. The Isolationists, In either party, market business In Greenwich, ,
are now so heavily outnumbered that they hardly count. repertoire of tonga. Both were Conn, Tt Is rumored DAgos I'd uy that was about tight Moat From. where 1 alt, any i,
The campaign, as a consequence, will be! almost entirely Cowles accompanied by Mr*. Frank tlno'* well-trained and splendid of us own oat homes,and keep them could! profit from being li

DR. FRANK S. FINGEROPTOMETRIST 'conducted on domestic issues unless, of course, sortie waltzes An accordion rendered medley of singing voice may earn him an looking,.j we enjoy tack othtrt *"her* wholesome \living, I teomponyl
was by William .
great and unexpected, event occurs to entirely change the Mullens. Joan Walters and .opera Job. and! our recreations are one% and friendship an t
outlook.It Mrs. Arlene Crob of Sebastian mostly simple outdoor! sport, ani)
M Linda Perryman emphasized the \la the house guest of Mr. and In the evening a mellow last of a. .III
Is taken for granted now that Mr Truman will be ballet and strut with Miss Dorothy .. (
Mrs. E. Llndmann fICo"941
I\ t ANNOPNTINT' TVs: OPENING: OF OFFICES! IN the Democratic candidate. He .will dominate the conven Hewitt their accompanist. o( Eldred.- beer with pleasant company O'vv

TilE NEW: FORT PIERCE! HOTEL, tion and write his own ticket. At the moment, the Repub- Following the game program LENNARD-TECDER:
.. licans in the strongest positions are Taft Vandenberg and' refreshments. were served NUPTIALS HELD ,Vvltl Staa ,
(on the.corner) l>wey, with Stassen and Warred the principal lesser! Joining the parade of spring severer

i : OFFICE HOURS : 1 9 a. m to 5 p. m. contenders. Party solidarity on major domestic problems MISS JESSIE MILLER; ,. bride was Miss Lyda Tedder
is reasonably good, and there should be no important defections RETIRING TEACHER, daughter of Mr and Mrs. B: W
1, Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted of the kind that occurred during the Roosevelt' FETED WITH DINNER Tedder of New Smyrna whose VENETIAN 'BLIND
Miss Jessie Miller
Repairs campaigns when many big-name Republicans) backed him. of Eden, resigned marriage to George Sawyer Len
principal of the tort
The issues which the campaign willbe nard of Tltusvllle wag. a quiet
on fought are
Pierce elementary school, was BUY DIRECT FROM THE MANtFACTlRER
in the making now. One is labor. It has been forecast! honor guest at a beautifullyplanned event at Tolkston, Oa, May I ON CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS
--- '- ------------ that if Congress a "tough" labor bill such as that Judge W. A. Mcqueene officiating -
passes dinner given In the east
I' The young couple Our TW .lttr CUSTOM BUILT ow ...... 0
approved by the House, President Truman may veto it. dining room of the New Fort
were accompanied to Folkston' Tom POG (
This/ should it happen, would give the Republicans a pow Pierce Hotel last Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. Jack Marx who by TRAeSO YOUR ,WINDOW VENETIAN' el
Repair For Spring erful talking point, particularly if more major strikes occur by the elementary teacher acted as attendants. 1
"t between now and election. Mist Miller, active In educational Lennard I Is the ion of Mr. and CALL 225
Taxation is another lively Issue Mr Truman has' circle many year la returning .Mrs W. H. Lennard of Walton, LET ONE OF OUR REPRESENTATIVES --
We are now receivingmany consistently said that he is opposed to any tax reduction to her home In Braden- pioneer settler of this locality MEASURE tOUR WINDOWS AND TELL YOU I
now. Secretary Snyder has spoken against it before I ton the, having come to Eden priorto He \Is a graduate of Fort Pierce HOW EASY IT IS TO OWN' QUALITY TRASO BLI
hard-to-get items. death of her father
Congressional committees.! The Republican leadership believes John Miller. Capt High School and spent nine
substantial tax reduction is both feasible and wise, The tables arranged In months In the Army Air Forces SEE HOW STATE)
and It has the votes to pass some kind of a bill. Again, shoe shape by Mrs. N. H. Bullard He River Is connected Shell with the Indian lfeserVe room attains n..
should Mr. Truman resort to the veto, an open-and-shut and her committee were handsomely Company. Mrs. Ang
See us for screens, screen doors, Issue would be created. decorated with center arrangement Lennard ia a _graduate of New 1Jour trained richness, dImmedlabty

window frames fancy grilled The size of the budget will make another good controversy of spring flowers. m our Cursed
Mr. Truman's $37,500,000,000 proposed budgetIt Place card were hand paintedby LOYAL ORDER OF Venetian Blinds i A'

screen doors; etc. being cut in many directions, and the Republican fiscal Mrs. Sara McDonald and her. MOOSE stalled. The decorat,
experts say it can be reduced by at least $5.000,000,000and committee STUART LODGE
without the Mrs. Bullard's InYOcatlon'was MEETS SiM: P tics: feet, pot to mentli
probably more, endangering national defense
arfn III nJtrd
followed WEDNESDAYS ,
by humorous introductions and
or in any way lessening the efficiency of the government EACH MONTH
in essential services. Thus In limerick form by the Woodman, Hall are out of all
Mill-Work Handled at AH Times a Republican master of ceremony, Mrs. T N vacy
Bt.art, Ha.:
national economy plank is being readied for presentation to West Song and parodies fitting portion to the mode'
the voters. to the occasion and written tallatlon cost Mi)
A President whose party had lost control of both especially for the honoree were show you7MANUFACTURING
CASA LUMBER CO. branches of Congress would normally be regarded aa a. chanted through out the evenIng 666'STOPS '' (
hopeless standard bearer. Usually, loss of but one branchat ) ) TWO !
U i mid.term has been sufficient to assure defeat for. the Mrs. Marigold Qoodlett, was u. ,:"*.*"
PHONE 66Lyons' 'Incumbent Yet Republicans now have very healthy respect presented In tap dances, the first M.let .M.ler1,1. S"T. +FEVER FORT PIERCE. FLORYDA .
for Mr. Truman's possibilities as a vote-getter, and In black bird costume the second lie PLUS. "Iup ... ins III ..:_.. PHONE 225 P. 0. BOX
they have lost the over-confidence that followed the' last In ballet dress Mill Milleresponded It=:'i t....... c.:e.r., .
national election. The public, opinion polls Indicate that cleverly to a toast -

this may be the closest contest in a great many years given ner.
possibly the closest since the Wilson-Hughes campaign. made A brief by Mrs..W.announcement L. Coat and was a "We *>h't Uy. w__have the best our customers fey tut

Imperial I That in itself Is a novelty after a series.of campaigns in handmade doll dressed completely -
which the result was never seriously in doubt. I In a man' formal attire was MR. CITRUS GROWER-

---- --- -'---- .".. presented Mill Miller who dubbedIt .
CONGRESS: TO CONVENE CONVENTION BEGINS i "Cully Pierce" as a culmination DO YOU '

] Service Station Washington, May 15-"Ameri- Jacksonville, May 15-Florida's Pierce.of her activities ,In Fort KNOW? ..

; canism" will be.the key-note of : delegation to the first annual. 4 AVOCADO
gift of
the M continental congress of three-day convention of the the teacher, was. made by Miss Deduction; In Florida la in its Infancy and well paexperimental .

617 S. Federal Highway, Stuart, Florida the Daughters of the American' National Association of Market: Amelia Reid. Concluding the staf*. _

(Across the Bridge in the Bessey Addition) Revolution which convene here Managers left last week-end for, evening; of fun and frolic the AVOCADOproduction; in Florida ia fcunbvrml by the thousar'
Washington where member began group Joined hand
Monday sang crates while
FINESTMILK : yesterday to outline a program -; "Auld tang syne" citrus i I. numbered by the hundreds of million*''crate.

I of activities and name offlcen Mr. and Mr*. Fred Dfcltiersoii\ AVOCADO
appear to be the" Lest Florida today fa
for the ensuing, year. have returned to Cleveland after prospect \
SHAKEIN spending a week with Mr. add growers to make"" money.AVOCADO .-
e s The Vatican City State waa Mn 1C. H Bnrggraf at Blue Heaven .
created within the City of Rome of Eden: while here they .trees tit bearing .(* In Martin County\ W July i,
THE WORLD! by treaty between the Pope and attended the insurance convention numbered 2500. .

the King of Italy In 1929. at Boca Raton. Our Avocado nursery stock I U grafted with the beat ttfmMtrclal' and i cold red. '

26-OUNCES THICK I varieties; withstanding temperature well below freeainf.



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Regular 76-Ociane: Gasoline, 'Cat _,,_-__.22.9c .INVESTIGATIONSISCROWS All-Type bt Pumping 'Pu11drujn' Cfeahwore.
+ re Ethyl Gasoline GaL .....-......_._JL..._...__24.9c N. order tmo latllt or too small for isi to IiIh\ it sae Nr 1+ .
'- AUTHORIZED FIRESTONE DEALER_ TITtl:,INSURANCE NEW EQUIPMENT Write Customer for eo.fidtft. yes "slree".r _8 O.60' ........ wide ono f,'
FLORIDA price list knd staU quantity"dear"
Passenger and Truck Tire All Sizes Charles Mayes &,Jack Gipson ,

ABSTRACT CO. 318 E Fourth St. Carafe Apt FLAMINGO
"Open AH The Time For HATCHERIES
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Your Convenience" ITUAfT.'t'IJA P Phone WI77, -
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ATE CHA.MBER'S i Sine 179,000 Floridians are dee> UNUSUAL MCIPENT' KILLS 4, INJURES 40 I!tare not available locally the ON NAVY, MY tmSOCGHT' !: i''
DIVIIION I pendent the 92 SEEK WORK I ,
RESTRY upon forestry -
REAPPOINTED I for their bread def may be extended to applicants Jacksonville\ May '1J-Approximately j.f J
EAD and butter -
i In other offices in the 300,000 Naval .person. \; tl tlnel )
and since forest conservationIs ,
growing II a major Flora so greet a factor In the presffvatlon AT EMPLOYMENT State. have not yet applied for J' I; 1
industry and, ta ranked In Employer Job orders and applications ( \
of our farm soil and terminal leave cash and bonds rr j
liar income only bjr. the touft -! for jobs should be : J '
water resources It would appear due them according to estimate s 1
trade and citrus and veget- OFFICE HERE 'made at.the local office at the al
t i that\ all bur citizens should back of the Navy Department.OBureauof ,'
I Ie production President A,, V. i court house Thursday" mornings. ," t
law enforcement officials 100 I I Supplies and Accounts.. A
the Florida State jl'
,lam Of ------- -- -- -- - ,
percent In whatever effort they 4 ,0 f'..._..t inh opp ortunltles tot
}umbel Commerce Mid early make to put an end to the an 4 : I !
In announcing the nual Florida the Stuart office of the State ; \ '
ii month destruction by I 'j 1\
I nre'l
appointment of W. T. Edam of 308,000,000 board feet of H Employment Service total none I 011'! 1

to the chairmanship 6f ber', which Is enough lumber to and there are tl seeking: work. Summer Rates
e organization's forestry dl- build 40,000 five-room houses.. I Including CO veterans and i3I; I: .' (t J!
sion. Edwards fcr Wce-presl-, In accepting re-appointment, women Horace B. Jones manager |
nt of the St. Joe Paper Com- Edwards reminded Hllam that i _____ of the Office, said today. I ; '
nJ. Governor Ckldwell had Instructed Job apllcants Include \peofesslonaf I ; ,
Under your direction," Milam sheriffs to report to him I and managerial, 8 >><< j : t'i', '
l it Edwards, "th State Cham- monthly respecting forest fires! r vlerlcal and sales, 18 service, 15
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rl forestry program U making and efforts by them to bring offenders skilled, 27 semi-skilled, 20 unskilled d I 4PEOPLE'S
In Impressing both pub- to trial. and S agriculture. Job
officials and the public of "We are receiving this fine ipa 7 5' ) i ic seekers Indicate a heavy demandfor LAUNDRY ',
dead seriousness! Of eonsenrt support" Edwards said "and kitchen helpers porters, J1 !L; ;: !

Florida' forests. Owners of our entire conservation and reforestation truck drivers heavy equipment :
producing landa cannot put programs are moving operators and laborers. ,
,me! lands behind lock and key along with speed and have With more job seekers than /It;', 1" "" #,
are them from the torch. the endorsement of all Statewide J jobs and wltfTVeteran: applications -

iej enforce must the depend law agalnst.arson.Upon officials: our groups' forestry Interested output.in IncreasIng* Steel plates protruding from a moving freight freight' train'killing four persons Sod 'injuring five running for each recently position as listedthe highas < Announces I I'!' j i,' iI 1t;

I train at Iluntington fa.:, ripped open the side of 41 .then. This picture was" made after the local office Is IntensifyingIts I
this coach on the Pennsylvania Railroad's pas- damaged ear was pulled Into railroad yard at I efforts! to find suitable Job 9
senger train, the Americas and wrecked another nearby Atloona openings for these applicants. 1 t\ ; I
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I "JOE" ''Tbantam The local office referred 12 applicants Reduced Rate for
NIIIMMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMimilllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIII'' '' '' egg that had tossed a- to jobs during April, 121\ < ,1:i..j r ) i it itr !
'i of whom were accepted. ; :
; In human for three ti
round a being
MOSLEY j Notes of Interest To VeteransGeorge Unemployed workers who tlr-! ] '-1/1/ r t
I. In'termsof
years quit thinking vlously worked In covered employment -
I PLUMBINGJOBBING II. Moore V. A. Contact Officer pebbles In fact, I wanted I unemployed through DAMP WASH l// \ I: :;
.) At office of ft. R .Lowery, 3rt, Fort Pierce.Headquarters to quit thinking terms of persons : no fault of their own and regls-1 I I),

I t to 4 p. m. Monday, .105 Atlantic. AVe. I and start working for pro tered for suitable work; drew i' I Ii
CONTRACTING '!'lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllimilllllllllllllllll lllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIimiMIIIIII motion of bigger and better I unemployment compensationbenefits
PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE amounting to $235 In
ALL WORK GUARANTEED Questions on every phase of I I PUNNED health and hospital appropriations i Martin County during the week ;
Phone 308MACHINE veterans'\ benefits come In regularly J Oainesvllle, May 15-Teachers St. Mary' hospital I April 28. Payments were made 6' PER LB.
to contact representatives of 13 Counties will conduct studies as othersls not only running a ,I to 18 persona, 15 men and three

.. -------, of the Veterans Administration. of local school problems In capacity house, but put five women. II I ''I'l' I''
answers workshops the extra beds Into the private rooms' Throughout the State unem-1 !I;'
Here are the to a during summer I Jt
on our floor, making 32 patientson ployment compensation pay- t'
few more commonly asked queries beginning In Live Oak where" menu during the week amounted : : '
SHOP Suwannee County teachers will : the fourth floor The nurse ; ( WEIfHIF.D; WHEN nHV) ; ) : 1 :
: shortage Is so acute that the I to 140,158.50 and were made i
convene Monday for a. three- I i \ t \
\\t\\ ,
to 8.841, Including 4.098 men and !
HEAVY EQUIPMENT REPAIRING Q.-I was discharged from the week session i H management was frantic as the ( "
Army In May 1945 Are read- : supervisor faced the Impossibility I 4,743 women. Statewide pay :
Freshwater Smith Machine Co. justment allowances still avail- of handling the work one I ments for the week Indicated an !' Y

able to me? j morning with.five nurses I Increase over the previous week Your Laundry Carefully and Gently Washed with t'' P.; "t' '
Dragline, Bulldozer.-Trattou, Electric & Acetylene A.-Yes. Readjustment allowances DOWN theSTREET couldn't resist lending a hand when $108,598, was paid. ; i' ,
Welding are available to any eligi- I here and there I decided the Employers are urged to list Jinest soaps in pure, soft water, with three ricH, f .,. {i

J'/' Miles South On U.: S. No. 1 Fort Piercer Fla. ble the veteran date of until his discharge two years or after release I I I:over-worked nursing profession and ''underpaid Is the most I their State job Employment orders with Service the Florida where creamy suds. and seven rinses-and returned to I '. A; \\1

ALL WORK GUARANTEED I or until two years after, had witnessed they are classified and matched'' fresh and clean forborne Drying and IroninR'I I I
" No Job Too Large No Job Too Small. the official termination of the I THE SENATE PASSED the against the applicant file and you ijrb' I I
, war, whichever is later. State Board of Health's new budget new applicants. If applicants !
Q.-I am a World War II veteran By Mary llartman I' as presented but the House I
Colgate's I
We Highest Grade Soaps :1 I
*. Acid ""** use
WELL I'M BACK from the 'I Appropriations Committee cut It fit I
and have been Ill I for five I .
Valley of Incision with a postgraduate In half. Florida-the state that FREE *.,.. -* *"> 'a..h ,! q
months. At the end of my sixth I We can give you six-hour service: or can deliver H t !
month of total disability, will I certificate In the Orderof I expect: to build Its future on a Ulcers Isd sestwd. i ,
have to continue paying my the Itching ,stitch and after): bid for better health-has about I Etonian CM, Heartburn Helchinft. j for early the following morning drying. { IfI ;
national service life Insurance being a number and Inmate In |: the highest V. D. and Infant mortality Names. gas sires Simple ol UtKiA d'.d 1 ,Ii
premiums or Is a waiver granted an Institution for nearly two rate In the United States I and a fare intereS1nl', amphld u I I It is. our constant'E n f' complete I I,
automatically? weeks. It's swell to be Mary : It Is a little above. the nat1 STUART DRUG CORP. service.
laundry .
A.-No automatic waiver of man of the Stuart News Hart-I ion's lowest mark In T. B. and'' I I, i'j'a j'I' :
premiums Is ever granted. A vet- The many cards, cancer rates A recent survey I I
eran must be disabled for six flowers brightened each shows that, from 80 to 80 per ,, ,
months before he may apply fora They were too numerous to be cent of Florida school children' REALESTATE' P I I IJ,
waiver( of premiums You are answered personally so I will have dental effect and 10 J ,'a' ,{,1 liDon't ;
entitled to file a claim for refund take this means of thanking all eountlep have not even one den- wear yourself out during the hot summertime 1 "
of those premiums you paid of you. Ann Graham of Stuart .tist P' j
I from the' date on which the was my room mate (coincidently CNLY.JHEALTHY PEOPLE can : by doing your own laundry,
waiver becomes effective. > and she too enjoyed hearing be happy and prosperous people :

Q.-I received. portion of my from\ the home folks. Anne has If you and the civic groups ,I
10 husband's compensation becausewe been confined: far four months which you support are Interested "SEND IT TO THE LAUNDRY" r rPeople's
are separated. Am I entitledto with a broken back, suffered In In starting at the bottom with 'e
a wtfow'i pension at his a car accident here; and her that "ounce of prevention" writeor I ,
death? fortitude and patience, her faith wire now to your representative ,
and determination to walk again and senators at Tallahassee I Laundry' 'z
A. -At the death of your husband i
you may' be entitled to a + though, paralyzed now-has urging I that tax monies be first i Investments i ,
widow's pension nothwlthstand- been a ministry to those who spent for the public health program "
have cared for her and to other Only In this can
Ing the provided way I
are otherwise separation eligible. you patients who are recoveringfrom the educational advantages, the! SALES AND LISTINGS Clean, Sanitary and Economical '1 ''f j L

Q.-Under what condition I.a Is much less severe conditIons fffle/ parks and roads, the conservation THROUGHOUT MARTIN I l 'I''I'L
veteran entitled out-patient ; program and other COUNTY Laundry Services :!,' : !
t t treatment from Veterans Administration OPERATIONS MUST BE IN- good things of life contribute to I ;' I
t I the of the citizens who 1 I
TERESTtNO maybe' people wellbeing
A.-A ?veteran whose disabilities just like to evidence a personal will pay the bill from start to I W. B. TILTONj "We return everything but the dirt"i i ''J !
finish. It Is up to each Individual f+
are service-connected: may Interest-for It Is the first thing REALTOR tr.S
receive out-patient medical, sur everyone asks me about'u But to study the state' problems, to I I i iI :
gical and dental service for ser so many more Interesting things, resolve to "Put First Things Cor. Commercial St. and Old I Phone 8 7 \
vice-connected' diseased and in- have happened since I hoppedthe First"; and then to assume theresponsibility I Dixie Hi-Way, I 2. \:111 IF; a
juries. Treatment may be givenat train here, April 22, for West I of citizenship In I :
a Veterans Administrationfield Palm Beach to attend the state a Democracy by taking action Jensen Beach, i 5 1 ;,
club convention that the hospital towards determining the legislative ,
station or VA authorIze
may ,
s f/ half the cost of .driving It to be given .by a physician; highlights have.become a memory 'policy now in the making : ; llji
I I'
I In the city
capitol '
or dentist in the applicant's
d :
HISHOLM'S. i 't1 ,
PHONE 9156 place of residence. THE WORLD OF SCIENCEand '
s Its progress Is something to STUART TEACHER ;Y t '
Izaak Walton. who achieved watch though The new Ane GETS CERTIFICATE \ \ I,r rJ

ro ',GRIY.HOUNDt Immortality writing about the sthesias are a great improve Tau/ihaase.r/ I$4Uct1JjStreit 11f 'I I If'
( >
May in-lENS
joys of fishing 'was a London ment. Penethol Sodium turned J I 11 '
.. of Educa-
ironmonger by trade reality Into unconsciousness so The State Department J : .. '
r tion Issued IDS teacher certificates -
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yr_.. peacefully and furnished a return -
during the, month of \ ;
ticket so equally pleasant :

), CALL US FOR YOUR NEEDS call that for the no betore-and-after comment effects. It Is April\ according this week by to'Superintendent figures released -- i ,tu"j ';

by but t of Fubll Instruction Colin 1
given Injection never f
"* Phone knew whefi or where. English. Easy Chairs Wi' ,
12 OET UP AND WALK Is the Certificates Issued the previous
post-dperatlve edict now-a-days. month,, totaled 262, representinga Kitchen Cabinets ; p G GQ
; !;
3551 for
Muscles are strengthened by use, state-wide decrease of (7 ;
they say, and vice-versa. So on the month '
a fourth floor sun porch, a dozen English said one 'resident of
patients spend the morning Stuart, John C. Gray, receiveda 5 DINETTE SUITES ,r i')'
certificate in
PAINTS hours, each trying to make his, graduate April. pc.
HARDWARE or her, particular piece of surgery .
sound more intriguing i,' ,
IU r SASH DOORS No more of that old time hush- Vic Vet s jSUBE.VOUCAN&ET
hush when ethical nurses refused
CEMENT to let the shutInsknow DESKS AND SECRETARIES $ Irj,

''If FLOORING SIDING<< of their neighbors' disabilities !:! ; 4c1 TABLE and FLOOR LAMPS t # r :
off I Oh'ed and Ah'ed at the GI INSURANCE NOW- pe. DINING ROOM SUITES t
:J rocks which had. been extracted EVEN THOUGU YOU NEVER y
from the various\ parts of the !HAD|T WHILE IN/ SERVICE PORCH GLIDERS SPARTON RADIOS '
Hobe Sound Lumber & Supply Co., Iric..it viscera I'd heard of kidney ,' ?

I stones and whatnot, but whenI Alrr MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS-
saw ROCK, as large as a

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( / Your car become a summer casualty 00 or a highway horror> JOE;. TIDWELL, Manager ''
5 'Give: it the benefit of a, complete overhauling: by our expert mechanic -

1 !; Lei.. us teat your brakes, tune,your motor and help' pro MATHER

n. long the; life of your,car, Drive In To-Day To eFor I .

4 correct information OF FORT PIERCE

WILEY MOTOR CO. contact your nearest, ,

'Northi Federal.. ( Highway 'Phone 291 VETERANS ADMINS-[ 116 N. 2ND STREET PHONE.I"R

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't'' "I j NAVY'S NEW BUZZ BOMB TAKES OFFV" | FISHING BILLS HiT M.Aot G. Coos to P1.1t ....... kIne'' Jw H._ \0 O.eaor. ie5.phe50. ..4 'eral freese. In February, came during the"188-day M
4t _..... w.1
j \ j Orlando, May 14-,IM to.A.'''.' ,..........and close to duplicating the, record last car was dumped Ins t i

.. ,I I Florida Wildlife Federation : L and, HI.= M Association.r Vint Federal I ...10..1 W A Talearapk N..tt CempaM W A........ Takpnou. season of 1D43-48; more than a hoppers at the mill at I:Hito
and Loan Association.Stuart Company.Ue 1,000000 gross tons Of cane April 21 and by that nlrht
and Talnrapk ,
backed by sportsmen throughoutthe .... Ice Company te First. Federal I OoesiHnt N Amerlraa TtlepkaMand were ground producing 174,7M029 ,- had begun the summer
r.tood and Loa AaaaclaUan
: State has inoved to oppose 'US PINOCNS A' t rkaataln: Bnaemar Protmtlaa., '1'........*.. CampanrTrainan pounds of commercial sugar ,program. id
j / Cohman to Karl J. KloM. Aoprk.' n Tele.lAo '
so AHUala
"vigorously and conscientiously"two p, H l Wllllaw so.. to Ruth J. ttnn David, Martin at o.4. ArmU II.."".. :.e sod T,le'rapk CfmpanyCeanra _
''I proposed bills designed to ml.QUITCLAIMS MURPHY DEED Brownlaa..to Ameriran T.Upaoasaul"'gr.'SSr'l.
Stata of rtoilda o llwala, '' -
\ t reopen Lake Okeechobee and the l Anna>. W.C a.. 'W. MI'd"" Qaaw.f. GaiMI PLAT. .: .... ., A-ortaT.., TelepkoM"
M Nor R LmMk dubu/ban. T..p Co.Mo
,1 : St. Johns, River to commercial Irvr.Hurt.. .........U..AauUrdin, Davakia.C Hos.o ACaEEMENTHJ.In Aad.... ........ to "..-., T.IPh..e. .
,.. one T.aoropb C"'P tsor. WIRA
fishing >arla. Coxmt .. Julln F. II..oa. MrKlana, u H .drln W, 0 M..dHh I. "...10.. T.I.phoo.and .

HINTING MAY BE CUT W. A. P.llho a. r. x, ,....._ R. 4'C.' Oran MORTGAGE....'... la B: K. UandriK. se.Tehomph Colt.. t.Cs.w.r.A..ebss 1.10.- Sod
( t X 4 A.N.rda. .Dn.I.p..1 c...... 'to EXECUTIVE DEED &ION M. 1.Ik to A.,...... Ttla..kaMSUGAR 1400 ON YOUR DIAL
Washington May 15 Dr. will) .. D. lIaGoe. 1I,1k I Ioh..... t. ('.... Vevld I"rtlo. sod T*. .mph C....." '
Pooh HI.a 5. H.Mrt .
of its. AfFIDAVIT Mutual Broadeaatia System
Clarence Cottam, assistant director l..ui. 5.1e' 1. Sophn T.1. .. I Food. Hildbeand Jr to The hbllc.
31a '
It. T: Kaaibla w John :. ...b... RILL Oli SALE. CORPORATIONENDS
< a of the U, S. Fish and Wildlife 5,5. Cfiflaa L
i 1 Service, asserted that "if the William s.: FSadt.h PraaricaMU,.. .s t. CkaimCharlM Amos> t,. Tharnum t. Amarlaan. T.... Clewlston, May.*15-..- r .' Cosh to luaus r. ..... who. and. T...ssl'..h. Cinvanr. the tompletion of
... Celebrating
4' North American waterfowl L. L, 16. at so to Ck.rln r 1'.1_.. CvHI J. Jtm'i t. American Talapkwia

I t r ,; situation continues as bad as it C.tT TAX to Chntor DEEDM.rtln M. Hom.a. I. ,L and M.Trlrvraiik._...... Cumpanr. A.a1a.. T.... season another, employee very successful and officials harvest of WIRAScnlng

!. Is now t will recommend a closed M Mln SATISFACTION,: C..h toy U Aurirw OF (I. KulKrn. .phone.,.. J.sad Lawlrr Talvurapk.. ".CompnivKd ."... .Tabphona the U. S. Sugar Corporation laid .

I tits. or extremely limited .bunting' 11.- rr-r... l..MORTGAGE, u SUvalort Mob "HrhiMMk sod Talmtrapa to, "..."..Company. T....."". aside their labors Nay Martin/, SI, Lucit and Indian /liver Cminfwi/
{ season next year" Trk.rk.'o.nh of Stuart ta J. L. OtilaJiia sod T,4.onA. '. CS.tror.JI on the occasion of the 16th annual
.. tort.lid a A..I. 1.0,0. II
I ae harvest festival at a coronation Our Martin County RepresentativeMRS.
The Sante Fe River sinks underground ';i Kim' Hara,..*.nd t: Brnaat lap Kin aad*Loaa al u"Aaaacta. T. L and Andnrwa TrtMiraph to!! Company American T.b.i,aona ceremony held at Sugarland
Jan M C. clod. Ails and Titlturaph CumlMnrW Park Auditorium, .
I'I'"i at the O'Leno Recreation C. R.do to Anark-an Tlr>>aiMM
MORTGAGEHarh.rt celebration closed a sugar Phone 119-W, Stuart, Florida.t1l.J.1
and Trkirapll Company This
Area and rites again about 0. 0...a U Floss '.....1 ...1... R. K. 11..1., So. ".."... 'oIopho. which, despite the gen
three miles away. '. nod 4.. A.._'.... and TvlttKrapa!! Company: season, .
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The Navy's KlW-1 bun bomb, aided by four rockets which I I&t HOME FIRMSOFFERING

j fall free after the takeoff, roars Into the air at Point Mugu SPENT IN COUNTY
Calif The missile has a range of more than 150 miles at more YOU
j : than 4IJ miles an hour

MACHINE USED I Short. former chief assistant t j I
ON RAMIE TRACT I to Charles Kettering research ... I.
J ... ....+...
I director for General Motors, '
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The decorticating machines veloped the decorticating de-// ; -_
developed by Charles R. Short I!I chine which Is hoped to T

of Cleveland ,are being employed ramie harvesting practicable Hardware I Stuart Plumbing i I Refrigerati8ln r ---P A I N Well Drilling.
by Dandone-Maxwell In their The ramie fiber has the high-
ISO-acre tract of ramie at Zell- est tensile strength oT the vegetable I Co. I AND Repairs and Service ..... Heating

wood this springy I fibers and excels flax andhemp 24 Hour. Service Metal Works I on all make. I Marine and Household Air Conditioning
".. Other acreage of ramie Is be : blending satisfactorilywith Trained Personnel I I' 24 Hour Service Plumbing. Septic: TaoL
ing planted at Zellwood by Zell- other fibpri such as cotton -I REFRIGERATION Trained Mechanics WIRING Hardware
wood Growers Inc. and Ramie wool, silk and rayon.COMMANDS L I At your service Fishing: Tackle and STUART PLUMBING
Mills, Inc.Short I j AND I Never Say I Kelvinator Sales I AND METAL WORKS
NIght and Day Service Repair ,
U describing the potentialities SUB ELECTRIC SERVICE "Scarce Merchandise I Night and Day Sernet
R' of ramie in Central I I You can I PHONES I I
Florida estimated there

are approximately Phone 44-R4 from .
Night u. Day 100 N't 314 Nit. Phone 314
i 1 ISO.000 acres !in Orange I Night Phone 44.R4
Phone 38 Box N, I Box 546 .I/ Phone 38 Box N Box $46PITCHFORD'S
I 'I and Lake Counties which I Day Phone 216 j I I I Day Phone 216 __ -
I are suitable (for crapCentral
; '
)1 Florida I Is the finest

1' ", place In the world to grow

I' I t' I ramie" the inventor added. --DR-I SUNOCQ' I LET US I TRUEMAN I HOME BUILDING
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GLAMOItUU., f, i GAS OIL Give Your Car 9r Truck I fertilizer' 1' See

CAMP NEW GI.ORY, ...1) A Complete Check Up I
I y

.-lMI.l" Cottages and Boat FOR DULL Martin County: ; Rep. I AND MECHANICS FEEDS
Seafood :AIR I I INSECTICIDES ...dREMEDIES General Conlrachlllnait
Oil Co.
LIttle and Repairs
,I ', ( AT COUNTY BRIDG& Beauty Shop ,Stuart Dm. Ht'.W.r II U. fLAGLEa,JACK MwRTIN AVI. PHONE 5.p alII I Phone 144.R
', a Ito S. AKRON AVL PHONE .. I .
= -
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1f STEEL -- ,
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'. M rriman'. Web ,Ordway'' I Stuart .N Jensen Hdwe
; .
{ CONCRETE Tavern Uncle} Bill Zy I ,I

'; J. i ,BLOCKS BEER, clc"n Motors I se'Z' 1 -. I Auto Camp SURE

i : & 't!, "' : S ea I leat I IWINESce Cream r IE.tlu.lw S..dlulto. R..a.....0f.."A.u.l.e.. ._IWod.Fulani) TRY THEM THEY
,, ) "? ALUMINUM :r/: ;;.... rut FOR Modern Cottages
I Open: P a. m. 'Till 13 !f. .... And ARE MORE THAN
: ,. I WINDOWS PAIL: CECIL STIMSON: I I, Closed Sundays 1AL6f AIIID 'UYIC& Tb' way some folks go racist af. Trailer Court
I \ L:. S. Naval tomdr.. __. '
o Stimson DAY'AND NIT; tel' RENTAL, eY DAY' IT
1 pleasures on tb" side. and WEEK 011 APT 1'0 HAVE

ij, : i MASONRY WHITE of(he Danvllle submarine, Va,Sea M ill command Robin 'Th Place Wh r. 'I'I WRECKER SERVICE / ::\ wont stay home a-facia' lam'l, ALL cosVENlcscls: .
PORTLANDCEMENT oIl Friends Meet" BODY REPAIRS t' problems that betide doesa't
a scheduled around w Beach h
trip CapeHorn bome-lIfe BLAIR and BAKER Jensen
"I', 4 at the of South PHONE 9142 augur well fer which .
tip 241 Osceola Ate I I Old Dt.y. IIi-W., Pk_ ass .
I Ili America. The Sea Robin will J once they hankered for. and
1\;, :' .t I' d I Phone 748 Fort Pierce be the first I:, S. submarineto /' i only leads to ugly strife a

''L round the Horn. I -- -- v--- maa 'and wile 'at war; =-_ ----
li ; .- -- WHEN YOU'IIE THINKINU or EXPERT -:\."' Do eourtla' and yore 'Hirtin'v Docks

g.1,1 r '. i CONCRETE I r' while 'n your teens, or single; Stuart Taxi 'I ,

f'' Waterfront Properties TIRE -0 J t' ,then settle down and do nil burt. Seawalls

t .... In' try's' t' mare an extra tlnrlel
5 .
: # It roost ba pleasure that SERVICE Houses
\ Along the Indian and St. Lucle I : you Boat
i""' rivers, and Hobe Sound RECAPPING
I T \ AND 'f gain, outside yes own home tics,
t Ocean Frontage If bring dear Prompt = All M.rine
I Phone IU-I you ones mental -+ I1ependabl. TypesOf
( r f pain Iby Jet .teppln..out; and ConllructionI.
ill.. W. Pick Up And Deliver lieuf. Courteous
J <
t',\ 'If'& : I! I. L. DECKER STUART RECAP SERVICE, Ther' aln" one thing that.755 Ivan Taylor

I II ', I J. R POMEROY, own get onWds of home sweet P, O. Eo:474
", f' I 'A to'', II' ti .w o r'g ) I II DIXIE III-WAYHONJI; I1-W-I --At--MS .._= ICS H.Inapb..I- I a t you home eaa. that's belhan's one whit'neath sweeter: your, ,: of 149 I PHONE 104-J

__ __ 'am'l, dome' Just try aa.hard.r.
J 1 nI' I DE" L t. please yer mate, as you do anewfound'flame, and )'ou'li find -'-" -

I Quinn's \Jtore joy In yore married state and quit buatlD' outside gamel! WHITIE'S LAUNDRY

I' Xt Meats Groceries T A X I Other pastures may look greaser, but tbat' cause ,ou',. ,fenced SERVICE STATION 1 CLEANING and

And Frozen Foods I +- R V ICE OUT; ,ou'd likely find yore In field cleaner Sep thorns and TEXACO DRY.
i \ PRODUCE, DRUGS ''Needs no doubt! At least it's ,ores to till an' plant+.th' crop you i GAS OiL ( '
\ GIFTS Phone 915 4 ; and II
LIBRARY ,row' yore own; -r fer other fields' don'4 ran an''rant, UT MOTH PROOFING

Jensen Beach 'T'OTIIERS' GRASS ALONE!, LUBRICANTS' (11 Year CuanntceY 1+
::1& .__ Courteous, Efficient, STOCKINGS ,
Spurt N... 'of Solo YOU BUILD HOUSE Service IoADlE'S SOx"
PHONE 9131.J w. Jensen Be.eb
nAUER, Jensen'
(t } __ 75 II: 125 For One Dollar+ Beacb i
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I I: -- -V ''-
t"" Electric and 'ALTERATIONS
Refrigera' I Ition GAMBlE
JALOUSIES: Formerl Couallooa
sf \ No Job Too Large Or By Box or ,Pound SEWING ELECTRIC

A .St 0i Too Small Pralines Divinitea (ADD CEAUTY COMon AND ALL SEAFOODS IN Had Made Item
r Mexican j
i ; i ni HOBS SOUND Cream ausserss IT INSTALLING I SEASON' Agent foil'

i : ELECTRIC CO. Coconut Butter Crunch Kisses SHUTTERS. Opea 7 a.m.'Till. 6 ..... WARRENS'! LAUNDRY 'EME""RAD'OSVa '

Y- .Z' I ESTIMATES 'UaMmEII Saturdays 'Tilt, 8 p. .... Bring Your Sewing "
I ,. Phone Ii at EIectl'lcal Conlractl
I and
I I ,/ I ; Hobe Sound 3271 ,Mildred Heath'a' Sunray Shutter I WI CLOSE WEDNESDAY Repairs to Jfa
Product. I SubmltteL
NOOIf 'bUmatel
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JI; ,,1, Stuart Nile Phono 185J. aalna SWEETS Bid w. C ARMOR, ., :ox ad'I I SOS Akron An, Phone U RRS'B W. C.. AWN loll TI Large Or Tee es...
4Ua. 8t. : Seed
Ii ':,. ........ I a:.. ,_ -- --- -- 311 Next Ta F. O. Jenses

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. ,Il Listings of Improved and Unimproved Properties I STUART THE DUTCH .. COOK'S (r WILSON' F RANK HAL put The Beat d",

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Sewall'f Point Rlver-toRlver Properties VARNISHES 'ELECTRIC
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' ; :! ',. mittee. Contact Paul Young, Chairman. weeds, limbs, trash and rubbish, and depositing it ; I! t :)1 i iW'
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"t' 1 It I SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the "WEEK IN STUART News Horn.Item Telephone offlee for thli before 3S-W paper noon mart en off retch the?:j

II 'I I fc to 1' cup sugar In .a greased baking\ ;;
.. .'.., I 4-H 'MEMBERS WIN }faLa way, tint places la safety I JOSEPHUS DANIELS VISITS UNITED STATES NATIONS MEETING 1 teaspon baking powder sprinkle with above a
EXHIBIT AWARDSACHIEVEMENT demonstrations; Donna Brown I : HomeDemonstration' '%" teaspoon salt Over this pour .I/j cup Belie
I \ ," DAYAchievement I fin place In gardening; Wllda 1 egg unbeaten shortening. Clnnanigapyf
I '\" C for 4-H ClubKills Frlest, first place In second-year j I' pint-fruit sprinkled beer top atop BIll!
i say clothing; jeannette Slay, first ,MIX: above Ingredients an together JO to 40 minutes In
at Indiantown school Friday mina
,t I place In third-year clothing and Notes \ until crumbly. Place trait oven. Serves eight.Won't .
was well
attended by parents Betly Hataway, first place In -
"I" and friend A program I!, home -
Improvement. I LUCILE INSCOE
+ consisting of 4-H emblrm play- By MISS '
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I let, Kings and poems was presented I: You Let Us
by the girls In the schoolauditorium. When this season arrive guavas -
I I i t j., A State award was COVERED A covered DISH dish SUPPER upper and begin to appear and ripen, Clean and Simonize -1'
presented by Miss Luclle Inscoe
I be available until Sep
! program on the theme of and will
I 1 t t home demonstration agent! toLatemne Japan" was neict! by -the Las tember. This fruit 1* old, yet Your Car and Keep It In Good-looking

J' :mining exhibit.Goode for her 1940 Amlgas Circle a*, the' Baptist ever new, since there are so At A Reasonable Price
I Church !annex Tuesday night many new ways to use It.
j' At the conclusion of the pro1Iu.m when ]
purolhy Pierce was hostess. Ouava come to Ul Just
I \the girls served punch androokies
; Others attending were Mrs. i I our citrus fruit 1 Ia beginning to
In' the' school cafeteriaaherti Service
t creditable Achievement Arnold Bauer, Mrs Charles be scarce. In this way Nature Thompson Station
t I I Titus, Mrs. Charles Jackson, Mrs. i sees to It that we are supplied I
I Way exhibit 'was set up. Helen Arnold, Mm O. L. White with vitamin C all through the I 615 East 7th Street Phone 912J
I I Those tere.vniH recognition I Mrs. Callie McCrary, Mrs. f. W. year in South Florida- in .fact '
outstanding\ \ exhibits were t _____ ___
I ,. Billie Splnk, Mra. James Meggett, Mrs. the chemist tell us that the
Jean Brown first place) In
I, R. Brooks Mr J, P. Blakes- I common guava Is I remarkable
food nutrition and
third-year: 'lee, Mrs. Walton Parks. Ruth source: of vitamin C, more than
I N* ttnnrie health,; Faye first Rowell places and In Lavonne second. ,Hamm Olney Burn, Dorothy i 10 times a* rich In this Important
i,Sullivan and Lucille Inscoe substance a* citrus fruit. GAMBLE'SSPECIALS
war food, nutrition and health; ,
Some people have to acquire a
Idivonne/ Qoodr. third place In
1 IlnI-f('lr food nutrition and '! BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE| I taste for guavas. First they have ,
: health, : M"'IeHamrl, k and Sue ENTERTAIN FOR MOTHERS I to get used to \the odor, then

l KowfU, Second places In secointyeor Baptist young people of the. they soon learn to eat them fresh
I I Intermediate department honored i and to prepare them In many
food nutritionand. their mother at a Mothers JoMphui !Ianlehl (center), formerly' Serretary gale from BrU in'. united Kingdom. At rightof ways. To those who are trying
Iwttlth" Roaell
: Faye and Betty Day banquet at the church annex the Navy' and V. S. Ambassador U Mexico: to Herschel V. Johiwon, formerly of Atlanta, who i to acquire a taste for raw guavas
Friday night Mrs. A. S visits the Cnited Nations session on Palestine. at I III U S. alternate delegate to the UN. Daniel'" Is try first the Cattley which does One Burner Hot Plates

I Blair, senior sponsor. was general Lake Sucrfsn N. Y* and receive a warm greet- publisher .of the Raleigh (N.C.)' New and Ob-. j have a very fine flavor not so
TheJOHNSON j jI chairman of the event. A Ing from Sir Alexander Cadogan lrft), UN dele- erver. pronounced as some other gua- $2.98 and $3.29
J| variety program was highlighted' ..... -
I by an address by Dr. Charles A. IRWIN TO ATTEND vas.If you are going to try a new Samson One Burner Automatic

I Carrlot, pastor of the Presbyterian Teachers Group Entertained STATE FLORIST: MEET I dish, try this recipe and pleaselet
church. rye} know how you and your $8.95Heating
HOUSE --f-- Irwin i, Irwin New York bulb famftr like It.Guava.

\ !MARTIN COUNTY HOSPITAL At Jupiter Island MondayCounty importer and exporter who own Crisp Pads
> Patients Admitted 1 sifted flojirROTARY
: Dr. L. cup
Rooms and Apartment a winter )some in St. Lucie
I Rudlger ot Jensen Beach. -- ---------r-- $3,75$4.50 $5.25
will attend \the State I
Discharged: Mrs. Sheldon Commissioner and Mrs. I Estates,
i Now being Redecorated, Baker and baby son and Mrs. Arthur E. Sims Sound 300 ATTEND convention of florists May 25-27 CLUB Steak Broilers
with C. L. Bogge doing Elizabeth Foote of Kobe Sound. entertained at fnebeM I!, In Miami Beach. He then will I' ITUART R. _' .

the painting. The condition of Lloyd S. Travis night at the Gordon estate beachhouse j return to his business in New ..lull W.*.iw4 r "<<' $12.50Combination
was reported yesterday' as at Jupiter Island I for members Cm I CHISHOLM'S CHILL
I York City Join Mrs. Irwin
"satisfactory." of the Martin I County Classroom I P..t_ Toaster Hot Plate
BESSHARDWARE -- Teachers' Association. who leave today for their New JAMES PEI ltAM, ....

CO. 1 Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Link of President Don Rumanello conducted I I $9.50
[ Catholic Youth organI-
1 the Rivervlew Apartment, have a business session at
Furnishing Oil and concluded their fourth winter which the date of election of zation, organized last December, Hospital Day For'' Really Smooth Ice Cream Made In
1 faints in Stuart and returned to theirhome new officers was set for the first staged Its first 'major event WE, BUY Junk,

t" .-.. -:::-:::, in Schenectady N.. _Y. meeting in the\ fall. Principal Saturday evening, a Mothers Your Refrigerator
-- -- -- wrecked
: Erwin F. Johnwlck spoke on the Day ball at the CMC Center. Ap- Observed Here cars, scrap '
I"" P new teacher salary schedule recently and brass. Smoothie With 5 Whips
proximately 300 guests danced to copper
adopted the
by County
School Board.A the: strains of the high school orchestra .$7.25GAMBLE
Despite a downpour of rain
;I'I'I VENETIAN BLINDS social hour of Informal entertainment Phyllis Constance, master Sunday afternoon, a half hundred SISCO'SAUTO
I concluded the I last of ceremonies, announced PARTS
q MADE BY SISTRUNK, INC., of Miami monthly meeting of the first year variety numbers of \the program. guests visited Martin County ELECTRICJensen
of this new count'.tJrKal1lzIlUnn. Hospital during open house
The young: people, were *s- South Dixie Highway
1 hours In observance of
I slated by members of St. Joseph's
BETA CLUB CLOSES Hospital Day celebrating the a 'Phone 129, Beach
Venetian Blinds add Altar Society who closed a fund-
f'' BANQUETThe birth date of Florence Nightin
i 24 members of the Beta raising event of several month's .._-_._-_. ,,--
J I } More Beauty to Your Club of the Martin CountyHlgh 1 duration' which ended with gale.The hospital staff escorted the ;
School closed the first '
year' awarding ot anew auto to E. L.Oatcndorf .
I t, Rooms activities with a farewell banquet : visitors throng! the institution,
: of Shaker Heights
i fl t for graduating -members. explaining the operatlorj and
r" Ohio, a Stuart winter visitor duTny ? BESS HARBWARE
I Tuesday night In the cafeterla. -, /routine and pointing out Interesting .
When select handsome Mr. and Mrs. Howard the past season. features' ,of the latest
you Mrs. Nellie Pezzonl, who headed .I r
1 J11 Venetian blinds Eartlett were special guest In, the committee on decorations,'F scientific equipment now In use.
) to give your appreciation of their assistance The nurses' home was decorated
r home a lovelier .In various events which the high carried out the Mothers, Day with floral arrangements WHERE FISHING BEGINS
appearance : motif f by centering the stage
school student have staged( this by hospital auxiliary members .
with an original free-hand, life-
you're being practical too. prlhg.I .
who received the guest for tea
sized portrait of her mother, We Observing Clean-Up Fix-Up Month
I \ j lR You'll get enjoyable privacy Mrs. Mary Zarnlts, 90 was honored and a social /hour, A huge punch I 'are
MRS. J. bowl was banked with pink and
I I ,' o for years to come I, IS I MOTHERS DAY Cil'EST with as the the oldest presentation mother present of, a white hibiscus In the center serving See Us First for ToolsWe

Mrs. J. C. Anthony was the table with Mrs Walton
corsage. Stage decorations of j
tarot uf, honor at Parks, Mrs Wilson McClure,
a Mothers Daydlnn..r hand-made, red -
crepe paper carnations Salute Our Coast Guard Auxiliary. Let
a Mrs, Luther Damron and Mrs.
1 given by her daughter
Material Steel, Aluminum and Wood and Florida fern, white
Call U* Today Mrs. J. C. Penney at her home, gardenia and red and white M. Q. Littman as hostesses. Mrs. Them Check Your Boats*. Show Them Cour-
500 Stanley Kltchlng registered
South California Ave. Other
;+ Price*.Submitted Without Obligation members: of the family seated streamers Pezzonl, Phyllis were arranged and Joan by Con.Mrs. guest on the veranda. asthey tesies. They are Rendering. A Valuable

around the beautifully appointed stance, and Mollie and Ernie entered.
Martin County Co. table, were Mr. Anthony, Mrs. O. Rlcoui I Mr. Carroll Dunscombe, auxiliary Service.

1 L. Andrews, Mr*. C. L. Boggessand Mr. and Mrs. Foy Scott won president, and Miss Berg-
Phone 81 J. W. Keller. Mgr. sOl'la. Jack and Charles. Mr. the prize dance by the mothers' hot Neilsen, hospital superintendent WE SPECIALIZE IN MARINE HARDWAREVISIT
t Penney and son, Slit, Jr. and present, Donald Burroughs and were In charge of arrange

I Donald Anthony Burroughs. Eleanor Mahan won the spot ments OUR STORE.
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Mr. and Mrs, Ernest: Anthony went to Delores Bartlett. TB GROUP MEETS TONIGHT See Our Stem to Stern Line.
The Martin County TB and :
of Seattle arrived Tuesday to ----
n. BUSINESS FACTS spend a week here to visit his Qnpt.: and Mrs. W. H. Sanders, Health Association will meet at
tlt uncle, J. C. Anthony, and cousin. who spent their second winter S p, m. tonight at the courthouse I

INSTANTLY ON CALLIN .Mrs. W. O. Penney, and to renew season In Stuart at 169 ClevelandAve. to discuss plan for \the BESS HARDWARE""CO.Phon. '
r coming of the State health mo-
fo' acquaintance with other have gone to Point Pleas I
member' of the family. ant, N. ]., for the summer. The bile unit next month.The meet- .
; ;'A.i Art /Metal\ FILES -e- captain Is owner of the charter ing was postponed' from Tuesday
cruiser according to President C. 'A.'j
J r Mr. and Mr. Clair B. Simpsonof ". -a--. Christopher who ha asked for 38 and 216 BOX NLAUNDERAIL.L
r 219 West 2nd St. have returned Mrs. Frances Hlbbard and a full attendance tonight J

/ You are Hhre of long to their Northern home In I daughter, Miss Dolores Hibbard,
Dearborn Mich. and Mr.
moved Wednesday to the Edge-
wrvirr and efficient op4'ra.tion Mrs. Ed Barton have moved Into water Apartments.
i They came
4 when you ]hay an Art their Stuart home for the sum I to the east coast from Orlandotwo
I mer months. I weeks ago to join Mrs. Hlb-
Metal Dirrctor File.
1 Art -e- bard's sister, Mrs T, M. Deal, In
Metal Files have improved Mr. and Mrs. Chester H. Brooks I the purchase and operation of
left Tuesday for their home in Ora'l ,Style Shop. They have
Arro ball ]
X15 rearing<< roller Daretown, N.' J., after spending\ been guests Of Mr. and Mrs.' Deal

progressive cradle type the winter with their son,I at the Square Deal Grove on Indian -
Joseph Brook, who operates River Drive the past two
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STCART: NEWS,' STUART.' ; Martin County, FLORIDA'THttbDAY, MAT 15, 1S47Llm PAGE FIFPZEll ?

?.TA to thccomlng of Red Crow The tint meeting of a tint aid Y
Lth and BwittaUon" wUL mobile unit to Stuart next month.. class\ for the elt,', volunteer lire' There will be no summer slump Pending approval of the City '' 'r>,.
them of the month!) Mr*. Lottie Pierce also will givea department will be held at the in the activities of the Baptist Zoning; Board the board of directors hhh ll f
7nl of the Parent-Teacher talk on "Eye Conservation"and fire office In the city hall tomorrow j Church according to announcements of the Martin County .
laUOD at I Tuesday nigh the home nursing class of night at :30.: It was announced on thin week's bulletin. A chapter,American Red Cross has .ePITTSBURGH
Martin County High School will by FIre Chief r
ke Civic Center. study course, using the book, voted to purchase s lot on East
sal give; a demonstration, Jt wait announced John N. Mann. Commissioner "
the program
traded en" will 4th St. from the First Church PLASTIC '
* by Mis by Miss! Flora Stanley, Bob Baker,J.H.Smith and Mann "The Ten Commandments,
talk on tuberculosis of Christ, Scientist, on which to TILE is now available in a
ughlin. nursing con county school agree and program will be In charge of the Instruc begin next Monday
yeti ha1rmal'LIMMUNIZATION j [locate a building from Witham variety of translucent colors
board of deacons will
tion.Mann The Field which the chapter has acquired for the walls and ceilings of '.
URGED was upon qualified completion as an of Instructor a- kt meet at 7 p. m. May 23 Instead from the county. bathrooms, kitchens, recrea-

BUILD and CONVERT training course conducted here of tomorrow ss previously announced The action was taken at a tion rooms beauty parlors,
Jacksonville May 15 Dr. special meeting of the directors
last month by the Red Crosa restaruantt, etc. This tile is
OUR OLD MATTRESS Wilson T. Sowder, State health Smith and Baker were reap The Sara Hicks Circle of the at chapter headquarters In the I warm to the touch, is easily
officer this week urged all Flor- Dehon Bldg Friday. The airportbuilding
pointed as Instructors. The fire In cleaned with damp' cloth,
WMS met Tuesday afternoon
with dans and visitors to the State which Is 20 by SO ft.
department class will meet each cannot crack, chip, peel or
with Mrs. J. C. Anthony -
the annex will
who have not been vaccinated In dimension, serve as per-
week, Mann said Its durability means
NNERSPRINGSCALL against smallpox In the past five leader, using,the program manent headquarters for the sweat
rears to do so at once. Children. Ven ;! 111 Trap Ia plant > topic, "Japanese" chapter. The proposed East 4th years of beauty for, your
home estab
710 lear of age and older should be found In North and South Caro- rtaw The vacation Bible school superintendent St. lot Is 100 ft. wide and 125 ft or commercial
Immunized against the disease lina which feeds on small insects deep Purchase price of the lot lishment.'r
Ve Will Immediately I he emphasized I :which! It traps In !Its leaves Mrs. Ed Burgess was not announced.
I : has completed the summer Asphalt tile In easy-lo-
mattress faculty roster and plans are un- PICNIC POSTPONED clean colors can be laid on
all tor your filling *We Sell the Best" .1-| .s. "W. Service the Rest" der way for the biggest Bible 'The Episcopal Sunday School your bathroom' and kitchen
tpncess usable school In the church history.The floors.
'ompletely rebuild yourtiress OUR STOCKRECORD school will begin June 9 and picnic planned for last Satur-
at the Robert S. Cheek estateon
supplying the folding OF. continue through June 20 It Istnterdomlnatlonal day Wood floors ,can be expertly ,
, and all child- Bewails Point was postponed sanded and finished.
materials: ta because of rain until next Saturday -
new S ren are Invited to take part. You choose the, kind of finish -

e Innerspring'snit. i. --, --- I plastic, bakelite, lac-
o Burlay and quer,' shellac, varnish, line
Sisal Insulating pad ,BARTLETT BROS. or combinations thereof. All

o layers ef 'felt '\Always A Fine Instrument To Play ThemI I Again We Remind the Public I coats are buffed.

o Button lulls On > ,< Rugs cleaned. Pickup and

209 ,, tfl. THAT WE ARE OFFERING delivery service. Tacked
e ACA coveringHandles 317 Osceola Are. Phone Stuart """" \ JN4, -- ...artl carpets cleaned on floor.

. for turning. I _--- The V S, aircraft carrier Leyts Is seen'through'the open dock Carpeting cut and laid.

e Hand rolled edgeonplelely gate of the Presidential palace at Istanbul, Turkey, just after
THIS she fired a tl-gnn salute te Turkey's President Ismet Inonu.' $25 IN TRADEFOR Sanding
rebuilt AS CLEAN UP AND FIX UP MONTH. President Inonsi flew frlm Ankara the capital to give a reception machines for rent.
mattress will be DON'T FORGET"YOUR of American warthl .. Turkish .
to the visiting sqfladron Sparbrite prices will meet
returned within stand 'each side of the
policemen on gate. competition.
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Vultures CLEAN UP JOB!

ERNEST LYONS notice:' he observed, "that rook- See DESIRED.

Box SpringsStudio -- Charles M*Brookfield. Audu- eries located near wood ibis HOUSE PAINTS

bon warden, a Stuart visitor this nesting spots are avoided by the George Keith of Martin w
Divans week, related that an estimated .
Cleaners is Sparbrite's
black vultures-possibly becausethe County
20,000 to 40,000 white Ibises In
wood Ibis Is a husky bird Co. authorized representative
one of the largest rookeries In Stuart Hardware
rect From in Martin County
I the new Everglades National with a strong beak. able to de-
Park were lost this past nesting fend the areas:
ManufacturerTo II season as black vultures swooped While not certain that the -
in on the deserted rookeries. vultures are the'' cause of the
YouAt When Brookfield took over his Ibises deserting their breeding
1 duties In the Shark River section spots, the Audubon warden emphasized
of the lower Everglades he foundan that the aggressive na- l
estimated 10,000 to 20.000 ture of the predators and their
REAL SAVINGS nests In a giant assembly of the increasing numbers obviously accelerated -
Special Attention once-rare birds, but also discovered desertion when It The Lighthouse
evidence'where hunters started from any cause --t anda .
To had killed some 40 or more Ibises scientific survey will be madeto .
otelsTourist "The Ibises were deserting the ascertain whether the vulturesare .
rookery when I arrived" he said,, replacing plume and meat '
"and black vultures were coming hunters as a deadly menace to Wishes to Announce
Courts ,"nwm 4 In. I blocked off the water en- the bird life of this tropical
trance to the nesting place and paradise. ;,r F
' Apartments -1 turned back some twelve boats Some five hundred persona
Including sport fishermen and were taken Into the .beautiful
Visit Our Stores NEW, CAR? quite possibly hunters but lower Everglades cvountry, on The Cocktail Lounge
tours last winter, he ,
the vultures continued to arrive guided
AT MAYBE SOON MAYBE NOT and the mass desertion went on stated, and a new series of tours
'Wh know hew long If will b.before m can ill buy until finally the vultures were I for this summer wm soon be an-
'r MW automobiles? In the meantime, yea don't have to In complete possession" nounced to start from Ever- andPackage
Fort Pierce drive a shabby car Drive the "old bin Into cur shop The Audubon warden said thateach glades City on the West Coast.
,, With now, quality automotive flnlikn, we're "all if white Ibis nest contained i The Audubon Society Is cooperating '
Sleep Shop set" la give! yea the Aneet rodnUhlna job you ever either two eggs or fledglingsand -I with the federal government -
Idwl You'll again be proud (a drive Ill that hooded vultures, called In enforcement of laws .r- Store
20 Truck Painting and Lettering Also completely cleaned out the rookery which Includes the Flor-
(Next to Horton'i) ida pelican Brookfield warned

or We Are Completely Equipped to Handle l Your Body or The white Ibises are frail crea- -and any persons found maliciously WILL BE OPEN EVERY DAY BUT
these picturesquebirds
All Work Guaranteed. tures with slender bills and no
Fender Repairs.
match( for the aggressive vultures face prosecution under
bbins Sleep Shop stated Brookfleld. "We federal laws.ZONING SUNDAY DURING THE SUMMER


Phone 4830 are prepared to handle any type jobBENDIXaatc.Home 'Two real'estate auctions at Permission for construction of '

the court house Monday morning two duplex apartment buildings You Invited

............. realized! (853.SO, the office'of the on two lots In Frazier Crescentwas i Saturday Night are
county clerk reported. given Hubert Brennen of ,

The 10 a. m. sale netted the Jensen Beach by the City Zoning r
Laundry trustees of the State Internal Board of Adjustment at a special .

Improvement Fund $714 from meeting Monday morning at the

t three; groups' of property, and city haiL Dance to the Musicof
YOUPut 'the sale an hour later brought Thee board's action changes .
the county! $13050 from' lands the zoning of Lots I and 8 of ..",

in the clothes In 8t Lucie Inlet Farms, Dixie Block 1 In the subdivision from,
Park and Salerno. Two lots In residential A to residential B. .
Set the dial Palm City were withdrawn from The property Is located on' the V .
the sale as was a S-acre tract
Add the soap In the sale under,the Murphy south side of West 8th St. about "Rascals"

Thats all Act 90 feet from U. 8. 1. Larry, Pascal's ;


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A Message,. 1

GIFTSfor. 1'

,,$249.50YOUR 'r' To Our Good Friends '

*' .
0.0 i I ,,' ,

Washes, ,. THE GRADUATE: We regret: to announce ,that due to the forced ..,

$229.50CLEANS Rinses 3 times / closing of 'our Cocktail 1 Lounge and Bar on '

,. t ,
ITSELF Damp. dries Sundays it is economically impossible to keep .:

,EMPTIES', .: |ITSELF. SHUTS ITSELF.: OFF 20% ,Discount s f ; ;, our kitchen, open during the summer months., e

.AUTOMATICALLY With the lifting of restrictions in December,
On All Gifts
SHIPMENTS RECEIVED REGULARLY I. we want to welcome: 'you back to the fine.food.

'you have been accustomed to at the, Lighthouse',
HALL'SELECTRIC the{past:! : ;; .."
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E WalkerJEWELERS .- ': ,
: C & 1'. '\ ? -Jerry i / Smith .

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lllllllllMIMIIIIIinilllHIIIIIIIMIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII" "" the season at Pine Lodge, left day and Tuesday In. Tallahassee 'daughters, MOMS and )Ernie. .!. Robertson, Mr. H. H. Jones FORECLOSURES. DROP 'vision Chamber of the
Friday for their home in Columbus on business Jack of Stuart Mrt. H.W.Munch Mr* acksonrllU, May 15-IndlcatIni of
of Mr. and Mrs
} I NEWS 'Ohio., Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gamble, Heaton were guests Sunday lewis Gamble, Mr* Jot Backu, \ the continued stability ot mented business yesterday condi J

ij ( JENSEN BEACH Douglas Rlcou of West Palm Lewis, It and Mrs U D. .Jones, Mr and Mr. Norris Tllton Mrs, L; D. Jones, Mm Harry florid business, non-farm real! -- ,

i W Beach B Tllton Is visiting his sister, Mrs. Friday made a. business trip to Orlando have moved Into their new home Segerrtrom, Mr*. 'W. C. Johnson, estate foreclosures"" have dropped I i Ole Roemer, Jn Florldll<

l j\\ 'Iii By Charlotte Relller Mr and Mrs Clifton Mr*. E. J. Ward! was hostess to Mrs Jack Best, Mm Mack Cas- continually the last five year 'first deduced
( ; Mr and Mrs Ed Parnell and
liiiMiiliilliiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitimillllllimilllllHIII Iillilllllllllllllllllllllimil
\ at definite
club at for the tint quarterof a '
8eymollnTueeday Mrs and
her bridge Helller and report I
motored to tello, Charlotte :
and Richard Savannah, Da.
,: Mrs Loretto Vincent; left last 1 I Randy' spent a few days ]In I two spent children the week end here Ogden guests Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. afternoon. Three tables Kendall. 1947 follow the same trend .., the eclipse of
Miami with friends were In play and high wore the research and Industrial dl- ter
week for Newark N. 3. where! '1 of Mrs C H. Munch. James Matthews They returned
Mr and Mrs, U E, robin I left prize were won by Mrs. Laura
she Mrs. M ElIZabeth.Robertson left Sunday bringing Mrs. Matthews -
will visit her sister, Miss
1h Tuesday for their home In For- Howard and Mrs. Adolph HerteLAfter
I L. Fltzstmmons. :Thursday tor Georgia where she and ion here for a visit, refreshments STATE FINANCESREPORT
seyth Mo.. after spending the will visit frends) also to visit her parents Mr the games
I x. Mr and Mrs Dave Cunningham i served Those playing were
at Ward
season I were
I Mr and Mrs. Ed Peckall left In Stuart LET
I and family and Mrs Par. I Mr. and Mrs R. G.Sharp spent / Mrs Betty Alderman Mr. C.H. :
I II for Brooklyn. N. Y. On
I' nell Enochs and daughter of the week end In Miami with!" Mrs ,I their Friday return next fall they will Mrs. R. L, White of. Tltusvllle Alderman, Mr*. Arnold Taube, SHOWS OUR LAND CALL FORTH jJ
I Pttjiokee spent Sunday with Mrs. Sh frp's parents I IMr spent Mothers with her Miss Elizabeth Robertson Mrs
; Y f C H Munch. I and Mrs Conte and occupy their recently completedhome Day Seymour Gideon Mr. A. I E.!:
I mother, Mr
t hOMh on Riverside Drive They J L. Metzger. BUILD
[! __ Mrs Ransom Tllton and ion pion, Charles, spent Emerson, Miss Georgia Turner, LARCE BALANCE POWERS, INSTITUTIONS
__ __ .n_ ___ _,___ I,have spent several season at Jack Heaton and Andrew Mrs. Lewis Gamble Mrs R. S
:Ward Lodge Bloom spent the week end in
Robertson, Mr*. Ward, Mrs Ho PROMOTE ALL ITS. GREAT M
I U and Mrs. Raymond Kline Miami on business -+-
and two children were the guests Mr. and Mr. C T Tyndall of ward and Mrs. HerteL I Tallahassee, May 15'-A simplified J
Invite Your J'rJends ToGoddard's ,of Mr. and Mrt Joe Kling Tues West Palm Beach spent Mother The member of the Legion .report on State finances. TERESTS AND SEE WHETHER{
with her auxiliary were hostess to a surprise
and yesterday Day parents Mjr and
T, R. Helller, Arnold Taube Mr. W t. Fredricksen. stork Ihower complimenting .giving ft detailed analyst of I ALSO IN OUR DAY AND GENERA!
.1 Restaurant and Allen fItchford. spent Mon i I Mr. and Mr*. Ernest Rlcou and Mrs. Allen Kendall held In all State receipts expenditures I
-- -- .- -,+.- Town Hall Friday night. The and tavestments for the Jut I ION, MAY NOT PERFORM SOMEJ
honoree received many lovely '
fiscal year ha been released by'

? Just South of Frazier Creek Bridge on U. S. 1 CENTRAL 'MARKET cake gifts':and Refreshment pop corn were of served punch,, Comptroller Clarence M. Gay JI THING WORTHY TO BE REMEMBER.
During the fiscal year ending*
for Those present were Rita Taube I
Elizabeth Robertson, Mr*. Jack June 30. 1846 the State received I ED.
A Good Home-Cooked Meal MEAT J Smouse, Mr*. Harper Quinn,1 '15 ,877,224 from all source, '
Mrs Clara Vaught, Mr*. Norris while expenditures Including I .' Daniel Wet stt.
PRODUCE and GROCERIES ff Tilton, Mrs Warner Tllton, Jr..' general operating expenses aid
Mr*. W B. Tllton, Mr*. C. H. to counties from gas tax a receipts I J ,
SUNDAY SPECIALROAST COURTEOUS SERVICE Alderman, Jr., Mr*. Joe Wlnowl- racing funds and teacher -)
skl Mrs L. D. McEltresh, Mr. salary funds totaled $124-
CHICKEN and DRESSING . CONVENIENTLY LOCATED2nd Lyle:\ Miller, Mrs.,Clifton Bounds. 184,469-leaving a balance of, '
Mrs Kenneth Jackson Mr*. J. $11.24U31) In unallocated\ revenue -We Sell the) Best"I- -I"We Service the ReitJ
k Open 7 A. M. to 8 P. M. Daily and Akron Jo* Brooks W. Johnson Mr*. Elmer DeWitt, funds The rest ,was ,earmarked [
for specific purpose BARTLETT BROS.
-- ,- ,--- "_,,,______ ,.._ ..,.,..... ._.L Mr: Charles Alderman, Mr R. The 7 cents a gallon gasoline,
tax was the State greatest tax
source of revenue for the year I Washers NORGE Ironers|
\i .. netting $31.194.622. Beverage I
\ taxes. yielded $22780413, 'while i
S occupational: 11 i e e n i* taxes REFRIGERATORS

brought, in another $19,234119More .I ELECTRIC STOVES GAS
money was spent on public !
j welfare during the year than 'I 317 Osceola Ave Phone Stuart 2091
for any other activity of the
State Government$24.728.844 10-1
: Ing to the aged dependent
Let's Talk Sense ren," blind and other needy per

1 totaled General only operating$68.108.T18,expenses but the HAVE YOU TRIED IT!

State paid out an additional I
$31789904 In gasoline, racing
and auto transportation milage .
taxes and In teacher salary and
school foundation program WE MEAN OUR. FOOa PEOPLE TELL US OUR

funds, At the end of the fiscal\ l year I FOOD, )IS DELICIOUS, AND OUR PRICES ARE

About Food Prices $22, 38,7i7 In State'funds' were REASONABLE.OUR .
Invested, Including $10000000
y for the Road Department. $.- I
1I" 257,727 for the school fund and I
,a.r, $4455000 for the teacher retirement -

....a'f.'I.! system CAfETERIA STYLE
t r In all the talk about lower prices, don't forget this: NAMED SALUTATORIAN ? SERVICE't
William G. Colmery Jr.. ion '
or Mr. and Mrs W G,Colmery of I ,
: Day in and day out, no retailer does a better job of keeping prices 'down than'yonr, ,food Jacksonville ha been namedtaledictorian r ,

', merchant No food merchant does better than A&P .. ".: of the Bolles I T, AND
job '
I+ ; : ) a w 'ti s! 'I ?/ School Class of 1947, Col E. 8.I .
1 I tlgon, principal, announced today THE FOOD IS WHOLESOME AND WELL
:, We would like you to understand two important things about :A&P's price, situation; u 4 sEvansjr .
ni : .. : Crary Jr, son of State PREPARED.YOU .
\ Senator and :Mrs Evants Craryof
Stuart, was named salutaorlan OWE IT TO YOURSELF TO cd'THE BEST.
i Our net profit during the five has .
past years averaged only ( r 1
about 1 cent on each dollar of sales. If we were to operate our '

.", I .. ;1," business without any profit at all, this i cent would amount to ; + _. DAIRY CHAIRMAN ....,. (!J ..'sCAFETERIA

a saving of less..than 4 cents a day. on the entire food bill of the''I' iV' *

J average{ American family. tt' ,


r ,; We sincerely believe that A&P has the lowest cost of distribution V AirConditionedand

J n of any retail business in the world. When you spend $1.00 + ''t?

It 11 .j l in an A&P store, you get 86 cents worth of food and only about ." : ",,, ', SIt t'I Recommended by Duncan limes I

I f I 14 cents goes to meet all expenses -wages, taxes. ,' rent, light, _
",I J i heat and the hundreds of other expenses incidental to the Jf':': j rl s

I stocking and operating of a modern food store-including our I 'F', ; S I

y III very small profit. ",I ':)':\1', ''' ; I! OUR "BIG GUNS" ARE

w h'' Ohviously there is little "fat" in such a 'price. strUcture Our operating costs and, .profitS\t\It.. r',,": ,,\ '."Vi'\ WN!

Ire already cut close to the bone. : ,?,",' "
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Merchants generally have reduced prices on many items,on which they were overstocked .' .J(" Reinhold E of Jacksonville REINHOLD has

lit recent weeks we have reduced prices on hundreds of such items. That is, common : 'f i !beta appointed regional chairman .

merchandising practice and his no relation to a general or permanent price redilction. ;: ; a seven for-State June area Dairy embracing Month In

1 t- ," Alabama, Florida' Georgia
; While many food prices have already been lowered we must recognize that no substantial Mississippi. North and South e !
Carolina and Tennessee.TOPS.
general reduction in retail food prices is possible until the cost of food to the retailer is reduced. '
I. .
IB .. As any housewife knows, A&P's business has been built on the, policy of selling quality ::, Tee, folk, wn. WINNING TOT BATTLfe AGAINST HIGB W1wt
\! FOOD PRICES. W. and It looks
v* rot them started down
food the lowest ,
at '
practical price everyday. r :::1' 'U keep them that way Food oon..luI.tC."Joanyltbecln ?rlpacker
hare sent us telegram of
them will reduce whole**!. prices a* much M INMslble. Tam
1 We pledge to our customers strict adherence to that, policy.We ,will continue to lower '. to look and to keep UM ball rolling we FJ"}
.. you plenty of adflUonai price reduction this wee' A* at
4r prices as fast as reductions in costs to and economies in.our 4 iwwe're
our, us !operations{ permit.: for special 4-page color price ttst showing down* of Items
': : --"i.' reduced. to D..Iow.r regular everyday ahelf prto
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.,.' .. ., 'A.., '.!:> eery to ew1 awe to .s tho4 ...
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J u .4 ail 'ha. wide p.h..oesas.
4 I ;: : ::: ,, ......_ n. wabi... .. _
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,-: ;I ; w- ..... wwi.e wbr-
'' 'ti1'I ;; "" ,\ ....me.5. .the. ..eia Vie rite.*"Hktottwl
\ \ ,. h I' _.ss, -..... to ... hE
'" Tl.y<.,l.*....He.vas wee
SAT quI e.ocsa'ar' Keep watching our store window and reading our pries M1"
;t mud fillet
adwwttaemenU for more new about our campaign. We
the high west of Bring ,. t and you ew help by being pry tar
: S2Xe sues that you pay n. more thin the pri0. 2a
our price Beta.Ife veil a* ours and
r\ yopr war a*
:;;;;' i' A&P FOOD STORES \a ,t(. us we can acts high prioee.T>et' dig tat

,//I'..\"".,::,,.,,.","( .. .... "p II "I>>, i 1<, '" Ask ,At Store For New 4-PMO Prk.


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':'HE BTChtKT: NEIR'k.19'I; iA1N'y Mart'!!..'Ofannty, FIOKTOA.! I THtqiSlM.Y"fettY!) :\ W, tUT 'AGe> tiYiEIV'IE t i I,, .

-.aYIt Stuart News Weekly' Market Basket Page "-. :. /

'cIt 1 II IIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIMIIIHIIIIIMIMI 1 1 1 1 1 / at t a. m. fore their home In as they had endeared themselves' : :" :'
I THE STRENGTH OF A COUNTRY rector of athletic, announced In their school work for three
thSte I Antrim N. H., ending his second to all 68 PERCENT \
lie!! City News i The 1 I today semesters must be equal to ,or
basic strength of this Hen
'111 m season here serving the Palm I Friday evening many of the country its philosophy '
{ TO be eligible for I 'I
Congregational Church members and of the of life and government net In iU natural resource! and membershipIn above the general average of the
& OAT City at y
ANNA redfrI dI. the society, boys must win an
By I pastor. Due to 111 health they I church for grilled its consequence These last, vital aa they,tire,' OF DELINQUENTCITY I athletic l letter and their average school \'
- 511151s15gllllltltllIIIlIIIIIIIIIr11 I supper on the lawn of the church are but the of th first They are the natural J..
found It to
Harrison necessary resign from across the street, but due to development of a system which places maximum ---.-- '
and Mrs freedom "
Rev \their charge here. They will be
rainy weather the party was for the individual above all other /
let( by auto Monday ,greatly missed In the communityECIAtS consideration TAXES IN /t'
;kprd held In the vestry'of the church. I '
ClTi .f r Other nations have great resources- SALES. See Us Fort '
particulars, than our own 11 Russia Is a case in point But t ; /

fore their departur Fifty-two other nations have not been able, despite grandioHe*''five- City Tax; Collector L B. Eurlt I &: t...N.1 gl A,1', I ". Repairs and u
year plans and similar schemes, to put them to full for 'irlI. "
adult I ) and JO use '
children were 1
present last week repo rted nearly 69 I percent SERVICE ) Parts
U'ID and the supper was enjoyedby the benefit of the people Super government, which robs y i
; P all the individual of his freedom, likewise robs him of his ingenuity of the delinquent tangible I '

rs Maryion Baloou .Flak, and his ambition The individual 3s simply the personal property taxes collected I' ARNOLD BAUERSt. I
1. l Lchacman of affairs for the balance tool of the state' He U denied much and often mist of as the May 1 deadline passed I.

RIDAY SATURDAY, MAY 1617 evening, then calledon the fruits of his labors. Result are gained by mass action after which time the tax .col Lucie Boulevard Phone 142-W '
? I I members of the church board by driving and terrorizing, the people, But the individual lector Is empowered<< to ,
and all spoke words of peat appreciation save for the man in the saddle* never benefits warrants on the property .
A1U -- -- -- ---
\ LL BRANDSANNEDMILK II / for the service given This Country grew great under the Constitutional idea Ing levy upon and seizure of It
by the departing minister and of a government of limited powers -* government which for the taxes due !'
2 25c Wife The Rev.'J:. C, Young of When the taxes became delinquent
E p for ___ _____. I Stuart also spoke of Mr. Pack maintained the Army and Navy, the courts and other essential April 1. Eurlt: office released *
services and acted as an arbiter In the economic
ardi fine work here' aDd with notice of 21 delinquent
RMOUR'S I the Ministerial Association In affairs of the country but never as a competitor or participant taxpayers owing $782.41* Of this E*
Stuart. Mrs, Packard followed This is the kind, and the only kind, of government Eurlt reported seven payments ; N
Kir37c: I then with words of praise and under which the rights and freedoms of the people can be I now made totaling $529.77, and \ l
encouragement. for this church preserved, and it must not be undermined here, !added' that 12 of the remaining if: '
and, Its workers and expressed 14 delinquent tax amount' were @alB :1
| her enjoyment of their work levied upon transient boats no .
I I here. Finally Mr. Packard expressed longer here but owners of them] ,
OFFEE1U 1 Our Great'America -
49c fo Mack 1j
n' ______"' ___ | his regret at their having 6y may return to,make payments)!
Ml" to give up his charge here later. One levy Is disputed and
and his hope that the work may E b SVOM tIf( MdS yiwc the 14th Is on a firm now out' Who UPER SUDS 35c continue, that the church may of business here. peaches'' "l
Boa _..__._____ __ prosper and grow and be help- Eurlt still had no figures available I I d
Imagine that tantalizing flavor combined with the M
on city tax collections but
ful to all In the
RMOUR'S STAR NO. 2 CANS. Mrs: community reported them to be from 90 '' ever smooth, Velvety texture tff Alfar !ice-cream, ) I
ers Flsk then called on William + 95-per cent collected Ib'joIt certain!}; hit with every number of the family F %

OMATO JUICE, 2 For___ ,_ 25c for 8 teller Burdick, and, the stories communitystory suitable crs 4 .?- r.4ISlai E r EVANS CRARY, JR., GETS to'i' On jour; way horn onlght pick up ti tia
occasion were enjoyed. of ice-crtam
sees,so e.vn.esC toes a To voaesv nee-we toss LYe,Bf1No ATHLETIC AWARD carton AlfjrPeach ,
UCOA OLEO ORHVRNGOLD I The rest of the evening was INeeIO mercrg, octes.An0 wso.4lAweA adios ftlar .
Evans Crary Jr. of Stuart
given over to a social good time ,r or worotaNouas'o coo ooo +es-Arsr o aww rry! was I Trpa /or the family! i'
one of 10 cadets to be awarded
and 1n ldc.
209F 38c the certificate of membership of
LbIMOUR'S .-__.....,.. Mothers Day was observed at 1 ie ayP5I MOM dud the National Athletic Scholarship F
morning service of the Palm
I '1,1! MLO K LooP eel, Society of secondary schools
BREAKFAST City Church with a children MC LO( ad O 0 at the Holies. School Jackson ALFAR I # l i
service before the sermon. Mr. "SC SoWCW KILLS Fla.
Tie e 6 TLv nIh'ee ville, Capt. W A. Hochhelm dl-
ACON 63cRADE I Packard preached a Mothers 4PPS F n? Lb. ____._ __._____ Day sermon which was his farewell weevit N Tae t Ov l
service to this church It Ishoped -'vi WGSq e K4e ewe Creamery Co. 1
A ROLLED I he may return to Florida sPSl.ca
and visit In Palm City, I
IB ROAST 69c The Ladles Aid of the Palm t 4":>G Flamingo Drive I'hotie7l75 '

L, --...........---.-,..----- I City Church met May 1: at the West ; ,
dip I
home of Mr. and Mrs. Victor BREAD Palm Beach t ,

t the Fatigue of Dressing and Conklin at Edenlawn. A covered --I ____ _
are Shopping These dish noonday luncheon was /r DonS MM Dsvaca'eee '
o a la(
Hot Days. I served on the patio to 31 guests Ole roe 1.Y 1.
ORDER BY TELEPHONE In the afternoon some of the o. ELM MLy, sae
women enjoyed the beautiful
PHONE 143 park and groves and flowers a w .f c ........,..y GROCERY SPECIALS 1
surrounding the home. Others ?
For Free Delivery remained to.work on articles fora
fall bazaar. All greatly en- joyed the hospitality of their I:55. All outgoing mall must be 1
hosts mailed before 8:45: as togs are

Milk Mrs M,,H. Bllllngsley returned locked afthat time: '
Today's -Today Dixie I ISr
ANTHONY'S last week.from a two-month vacation Mr. and Mrs,S K.Lane had ai l' Crystal Sugar 5-Ibs.: 471
Produced visiting her sister and their overnight guest Tuesdayl'': \
and family In Virden 111 her sister Mrs. W. N. Wilkes ,- 'l
( "Mr: J. D. Petty celebrated his and son, Billy, from Miami PRIDE oruTHE VALLEY ARMOUR 'STAR "
MEMBER *': _J as* ur8 ed 81st birthday last Thursday Mr. Mr and Mrs S. E. Lane enter- I a1Y
I Petty, who has been ill many tained 'on Mothers Day her CORN 2 No.2 Can. 29c TREET 39c
Economy GroceryHOME I In Martin County month and, has lost his eyesight mother, Mrs. Martha Whittle, CAN .. _
Str appreciated the many' of,Salerno, and her sister, Miss Cream Sly Ie ,
I Barat's cards 'ememberlnl'hlm on that Ann Whittle of .West Palm
OWNED, FRIENDLY OPERATED Dairy day. Mrs Petty also had 'a Beach. CROSSE &: BLACKWELL CROSSE &: BLACKWELL (Orange)

M S. Akron AYe. WE DELIVER Telephone 143 I birthday the,week before She 1The1\PV and Mrs Stanley FBlomfleld .
II Bootfoes'::: 21C ;Jar": 2Sc
O. Box
I P. 1042 Stuart ha not been well for a long I of Massachusetts, and ;

.. time, and also appreciated the Penny Farms, Fla. will arrive 64Lll
--------- ..--. cards sent to her. Saturday at the home of Mrs. .TETLEY'S ORANGE PEKO
Mr.a'hd Mrs Frank Mahaf- Marlon,, B. Fisk. They expect to
fey, of Chicago, arrived last weekto occupy the Palm City ,church TEA 19c 35c i''
visit with her father and wife" parsonage over the week and lie IA LB. i,\ LB.
Mr. and Mrs William C. DeLong, will preach next Sunday sill, )
and expect to remain sometime a. m In the Palm City Church V B VEGETABLE ARMOUR'S CORN BEEF i 1I Iie
say Lola Blasko and a girl' firend Mr Blomfleld Is now supplying I '
from Cleveland arrived May S a church in Daytona Beach; recently JUICE 2 25c HASH :: 31c k t
I for a two-week vacation Duringthe I he served a church. In No. 2 Cant ___ {
time they will take a trip Tavares. It Is possible that he ''
through Florida before return-! may be called to the Palm City ARMOUR STAR 2 No. 2 Cans LADY LUCK, WHOLE PEELED '1
Ing to Ohio. Church is he la highly recommended N
r N1 Mrs. Frazier and'son, Robert TOMATO JUICE 2Sc APRICOTS ; n2131 C
ta Miami winter visitors, were weekend i The next Ladles Aid will meet
guests recently at the homeof June 4, with noonday covered Ie SALE CHASE bOc Package 8 Tea Balls
Mr and Mrs. I. 8. Oregon:.1 dish luncheon at the home of

....... Mr and Mrs Leo Cordery were Mrs LaVerne Van ,Nets. Palm COFFEE 'AN80R44c I TEA 1 C 45e 1 : '
,,1 guests of Mr and Mrs. L. S. Gregorle City, Farms Both items a
. May r 1 The next Palm City Woman ) I
# Correction' The Palm City 1 Club will meet at the church 1 t
mall closes at I:45 a. m: It comesin vestry next Thursday at 2:30p

'1' S t and.leaves each weekday at m. All arq.urged to. attend. Meat t. flM '
Department Specials 1 j

LISTEN TO1b'1.r.MJPr .

idc SWlft'a Premium HAMS BACON'' I I

* yY String End. .Lb. 49c Black Hawk 11b, layer .65c

Round End. .Lb. 63c ;

Center Cuts .. ... ... .LL Strip Bacon .Lb. 63c i +




.'.. Every Pot Roast .. ......._.... .. .. ...lb. 39c Brisket Stew......... ... .. ...:.1b. 23c
11II YOU CA'N DO SOMETHING/ ,. Mon.,'Wed." FrL. .

., 9145 A. ItWIRA SIRLOIN. or ROUND STEAK. ......:: __ ............y..M........ ...........Ib. 65c i


.. .... ..
AI''Ik lip (s <11 7. tan -

EASY DOES In klghu. hot tyt!tau MO WBbrtl! Y... FRESH KILLED HENS, Dressed and Drawn .........................Ib. 49c'
.iwaiiad.s.e.ao.t.et. d ,
"k..e- aye.4wple
a "'. ;-h ..ape.....I ease M........... o a TENDER. YQUNG FRYERS.. ....... .. ......._..__M_...... ..-. __, lb. 65c. I

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1 B 4 C6ugr| must levy ,11.U mllfe, own State and of the Representative Held. The No. 1 well brought in uaAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADTo""

''j Review of Complicated School Bill Shows to | cota/ ruate for e,Gee ugly from one i district oil in 1943 and copped the State -Mall-. !T L
t' $50,000 prise The No. 4 showed 01 $. Aw,6 home .e e.oeAw it
I l low ,assessments..jCoulte: with The second reason for apathy 4MAN
( In
and Not.. 6 and $
oil 194i
Child Has Fair EducationRfprlnted hlgtftajipaylm sbtutrtow to \
.: R :, Every Right OhJ1'9.t mills., our,low campaigns plane .which are fought mostof 1948.All four ,well have produced Let s. .Ib, II .. ......... Maw LD It__ _. ..la

e .
------ Lahr cbarla05 a. a
-- ---- -- ti total 100000
/ -- High Points Candidates take leave of their an accumulated

I \ 1 ( from the Tampa two years, about $36,000,000 will days a year, which Is nine school rob .t[ng are other high points good manners and run up and barrels at the rats of about 134 a'Ot iww 7 100r '"' s II u ,

I : Tribune) go for teachers salaries j months 6f the Mllr;* : ; down the countryside beating barrels a day, reliable sources Lot I, elk I ... ........... L oruns a *IN 4
I 'A ", : The school bill passed by the ) Follow the law as to re-em- tomtoms and uttering sheer non- report. However there U some Unto EftotM Oroodwor
Heart of the bill 1s the minimum of set 4* mad for nursery indication that No. l well! may A ol SEV. '
II' teacher -
ployment up a
: \ Senate and lent back to the .eeRIe. i Sfw/ P 4.......-. a so .1
;' \ for foundation program founded continuing contract plan, pay a Sc fools fine Junior colleges.A Greater public1 Interest In be capped for lack of production.,
\1 House N v
concurrence on amendments on the assumption that the I definite salary require 12 months exnaity\ superintendent will elections would result the auth. The largest Individual acreage uu Ut 14 14 aSt Bk' 44UU ..( ,.':::'::::: N.V: .:=

,t will double the State'sa poorest child in Florida has aright of service from! principals stud have \4 f load\ a valid Florida ,certlficate ; or thinks, If candidates waged In any of the Florida counties 1', A T, sib 1 t as

appropriation for .school but to at least a fair education 10 months from teachers. J.I after Jan l. 1953. showing -: their campaigns on a dignified and every one of the (7 in the til, al:" I (D ..-.....! d of 41 i. t UMorwoofM : ,

I : 1 ( counties: that participate must That Is what the schoolmen call I 4. Employ qualified supervisor, I fouls years of college trainIng. level Instead of calling their i State have some land under Itypecan 'a.If N Part '\ -

live their schools a thorough 'equal public educational opportunities who must supervise, not perform Artier July 1, J.47. the salary opponents names and making I lease, Is the 4,998,721 acres under Or {. A t so .. .
j I' I and Monroe uu ii. ii a is UK lLtaMta V ..._
other duties of lease In Collier
Superintendent basedon .
going reorganization -a far cry' from manyof : promise to every special minority a kt
Perk /
I a
t While definite I totals are not Florida schools' today.Requirements I S. Observe restrictions on the the (lumber of rooms group, they should make Counties Bumble has more P-.lsah IWIa/D : "

i II shown, School official I estimate Set size of classes but Done wit) be allowed an Increase clearly known their views on than 1.000.000 in Collier and Oulf ./ rye' .........._ 4 II 4.. '

r the State and counties will spend To assure something equal-J 8. Set up salary schedule mr More than $900., and controversial questionsfor the and 1.553.105 In Monroe. LM t, Blk .... .. ...._-. .' Cattle JMMO Bit.ta .
_. .. McDoc..M.I ::
$50000000 a year on their ity of opportunity, the legislature T. Follow ft. budget none y go over 117300.The public Is more Interested In Issues Of the 25 well started holes and ..odod /Plot D ol Block S .. ,, ,' .
schools. of which $38,000.000 will has set up requirement q>unty board may divide than In candidates, plugged as unproductive : LtaMln. Pork .... Add.

come from the State and fit..-' that every county board must: 5, Pay lit to the program the the'eounty Into school community last year, nine were started by lo Stoort ..... '. II, dl '
j amount set for a "minimum fin. to discover LoU IS. II a II. Ilk I ',I, Jame.. Idea .,
and set Humble the company ,
000.000 from the counties. Schools meet before It can get a share of: areas tap advisory 11

I': are now operating on ) the State foundation funds. It ancial" effc/'t. committees for each school, or Palm Beach oil first la Florida In 1943 Lot U. but 11Hlfkloolh N arse.a: o 1.-1.1.( Lot "I I.... HaD .. -I,

tures of about $ must: I I 9. Elect five board member groupat schoot'to takeover Pure Oil! Company started seven IO First Add.!

which $15000000 la expendl"1 J' Keep accurate records and I I from districts by county-wide from tile trustee These cjramtttees Sun Oil! Company five and one Moo of of NwV Irroud Plot NVa o1.. +

o the Slate Of the $ fl*> correct reportsVRun : vote, who after July 1, 1951. will would not have the power County Scene each by Oulf Ohio, R D. Logan Ely, M ta Vs I Pat*

j be spent each year for the schools.at least 180 I I receive $10 a meeting and IM or duties now held by trustees trustees and Republic Oil Company ItLow 4 as dl 0 H
Ikt Browolm
i cents a mile for: travel, nothing or by the county board..A4eacherr Lot .J. Qlk I:' : .......::: A. s.:O le- tl

more, education advisory committee Of Oil SearchFirst Fifteen the major oil companies .> l ofS
I {
| ; M'"E
;; i BUMPER TO BUMPER SERVICE 10, Do away with tax districts already functioning, Is : have headquarters In ;rr:; I. PE I 1' II 41

by July 1, 1948 er consolidate legallted M assist the State department : ; ;' i Tallahassee and the ever-spread. Lot t Une.ls Pork Cw
': MECHANIC ON DUTY AT ALL TIMES Into the countywide district. and college) In setting drilling Palm Beach ing search for "black gold" in Lot h.1I elk T : .. ..: ....:..:: LlMota:: Pork Lo.J. a

I, -standards for teachers' and County In an effort to find crude the Peninsular State now bringsin Koffl Little. DIEM. Addltloo ,
MOTO.SWAY LUBRICATION ; Ranks Established port ol SWV, ol AIL V6 +
was begun last monthby
Teachers divided Into the schools."The! Senate doubled thenumber"orvcholarships.for petroleum between $500000 and $600- M ta PI t p M .. .. 4 II 41 ,
I, CL.INTONE GLASS-LIKE WAX FINISH FOR YOUR I are students the Humble Oil Company 000 in annual payrolls to Florida Lot I I I IFnrtrr r f. ..M H.llrtarn I
> 1 following ranks: li.I ::.. :::::: w.; '
Houston, Texas, on the former La o a Easy .:
CAR. IT IS SPRAYED ON. I 1, Those holding certificate: Ut teacher colleges; and l.capital city alone Lau u. II .. U. 814 f.... .*Mlo Loa rilift/ _
Henry K Wells ranch near Loxa- .
made them available to nudents
I. n ROAD SERVICE I based on one year or more of in certified hatches, now owned by Paul UILDINO PERMITS NEVi. ol Adoltloo BEY4ce I / port ta PBI of !
schools other I than
graduate work beyond a master ** Fentresi. recent purchaser. for Hmr C.kr.i; It Cm 'TrruiiMlvlilon Pare M ... .... .. I M 41 .
I for which State institutions .. II tr II tau W Let ... ., Race I.
(00 teach. I Blk tl .
degree $3. a RooWckMor.
Stuart Service Station Discontinued Florida only producing oil! weer.. ,.Meek Bad ,. -. sod esnenMsews. ;;; ""
Exam swq'o Sewed AMdltl
: er will be set up for salaries. : wells Humbles .
are Oulfcoast of Cow. M ta
W. C. REIN PHONE 9144BRANFORD'S 2. Those holding master degrees Teachers will have to take an Realties wells, Mo 1, 4. 8 and S. MARRIAGE APPLICATION, r ESt S P U P* cct _._ I M 4.| 1

I : $3,000. oath pfalleglance but examlnadiscontinued. all located in the Sunnlland oesrn R.hert '"'-,_ 5.5w... and Lot III __ _.._ ,' UU CWfoltMotUt ,,
S. Four years 01 college training tlnn.t nn the r.nn.t.ft.utinn will be winitM. P.d.1.m ....- rUlpottakM Peril ID ofSW
-- --- ; ., *; : : LEGAL ADVEaTUDlEJIIT of SEy, M lo P* .
$2250' LEGAL ADVUTUDlEJIIT I pd.a ... I M 41 t
; 4: Three to 31 years of college. A teacher who violates. her contract Lout to II 1 law"Rik I Baa Subsets ,

SERVICE GARAGE $1600 by leaving Job without 1946 Webb 4k H....... I /D 'of +
t release 'will be barred from DELINQUENT TAX LIST part of Coo LoU 4. I S M 41 1 ,
I 5. Two to 2.9 years of college;I ,
GULF Lou 110 II Inc. t H.MlUo III""bU 11
PRODUCTS 1000. schools of Florida tor one year. El Qorodo rMibtt ;.i.fie.d ;

: I In addition! the Senate votedan A continuing\ contract" system Martin County Florida Plat ol Part of MKftM ;
.. ?
New and Used Tires All Sizes gives good teacher of I.rsar41 .. I M 41 aLa

750-20 Truck Tires, $10"to $20 'i amendment that will take a permanent Job assurance but leaving: Noll" .is hereby riven that the fslkaiet. described .... WIN b said .1 '1. Blk. I ,....._........ Vlrrlnl.. H. Smith
of teachers
care some holding Public suction the .. .
DO aeeoad 1147 01 Juaw A. D. 1141. at 'h bout alII a'tlsrh. Wash. riootal P.* Addfji
i old life certificates Salaries for sebooT authorities free .to fire i an at the Coart Nou" dewy .h aunts 01 North I. the City of ....... Slate aI/ Colonial. Pork 3- of 2t. ,
Washing, Polishing, Lubrication and Batteries incompetent teacher "....d.. M Per the. amount fine I. faces berate aid eppa,.., the .amy together b... 1:.... k|. NVi ofwy ?
Individual teachers may vary lit with all "to 01 such .ia. end ......'.I .. ol NWV .. ..II..f 5
t Open 7 A. M. to 7 P. M. from these amounts and school For the first time the lls- Ls4.. Blk, I Frank A. ilrckWta. .

I boards may add to the 'minimum tory Of Florida the State will Description Teo- .... '. Am.aT .1 Tees Lot II. Block I of T..ede
I 1i Seven Days A Week 4 ....r o,. net of OMII II 41 Pltckfur4 .
f foundation atandards mat* comprehensive effort to 01 Land 3". S. L Acne N... eI Ownar NW Cost.5S. .
Lots It A 14 Bib 1 otTuMdo
y f Located /, Mile S. of Jensen BridgeTILTON'S Tax Formula educate the handicapped. To tn-. Minor ki port
I I The bill does not permit the assessors sure kome progress In construcHV.pf \h.! t '. a 1141 I.r. 01. _. ....It II 41 W.. P. Kdword4"LMUT .
of Individual counties to new school, the State ( bey a n) II IT la W. t. c.... ..._, .+....,.. .1'.1t Aoi.d. PUI. of .P.U.Cltr .
; '
/ will pift $300 a school All ..11 II a044 H. P. Guy .......... ................ 11.11 oo ta PB I Mt. I* t tI.
room ,
determine how much the counties up of saw lying I N 41 '''_' .....11.. 41

: SUNDRIES- should pay to support the to be matched by $100 by the wal"It.Re .., ..5. II as 171 Ron I.- CRY ,_...._......... UAT Lot: 1 i Blk,' tLot. 1.1-1-1- Pf.fcl
schools School officials' found counties Building must be approved -: ..41.,._. ,Forms .IsPS1 ( I. 4, I IIt ii ato
i : 14Lol. loss k JOOMLOIM .
r so .... a. "f.lb. '' IN.s
a wide variation In assessments, by the State. Money allocated a 27. Al .. 36 as t ; ,14 Toil; :.; '

i 'a and set a yard.stick made up of for building can: belied Thor 5I a k'A :,::: :::::.._ 11 0: w. a..11 ..,,,....:.,,..... Iald .Lot t*, B II I k 14 Ilk.14 : : ....::: L ....L. f wee Ilioowoi, i iWoh ,t. oh' I
I DRUG SUNDRIES COSMETICS the following: only;: Iflr capital outlay rejects All II ., w.rn.i4. Hwy Lot II. Ilk 41, H.War man .,

1\ r ,f SUN TAN OIL SUN SHADES SUN GLASSES I The value of railroad and tele- andjfebts service a..r,l5.. Park II: n.n aD .1.. wts IT as of s9'' Roam P. Gu, ..........,..... '.!, ..Ho ol.. PUt"VUw' of. Court I /D .1 A..d.TrMU..

( : CANDIES TOBACCOS graph properties which was given ,'., / NEY. I. raAI. a Pt.Ad 11 a 14 Pdoi Clio For*.
JEWELRY a 37 1 40 ss M .ta PI II Pen ?t PB ..
value of farm -
( a rating one: products 1:... ..
r. j \ U a '" '1 4'
SODA FOUNTAIN 10. Ilk' 'n4"'w." .... ...
De. C. .
1 I one: auto licenses sold Vi S. InterestIn t Lot '... 510 II ... c- H. Thompson ....._........... .U tat s. lib 5 -.. ,. .. .. $. 4. not
SODAS ICE CREAM In the valued at three ... ... Hlb. II. ..
SANDWICHES county, ; 0H. Theme-" ..-...... .' 1.11. MMirono o J /u Ol
I 1s. Hlk II Li-heed ... .. Co. LM I W IIP aCo
''I.1 assessed value of non-exempt action ., 6.24 .7
tt NEWSPAPERS: MAGAZINES Let 14. elk II N.rald .._ _......."._..,.. .. 1.16. property, five; retail! sales volume Voting Low i SLotat Rik : Indluto.. DowN C}. .. M .ta Pi t P M PB Co. ao at ..qt
i' four purchasing of' !., Trot : : Nlen ia N.. D..ia ..:: ::.. U! ) t, 51k' Bloock. 11
power MopkhuDo
: t
I : : :
I .f
Trost : :
A I' I t siwest D... .. ,_....:; to t6 "" Rlt. \ : Porto .. Itr
the tx The of these N .... ..
veople, ) sum aI Tract a .
I SUNDAY 10 am 'Till 11 a.m.-I: p.m. 'Till t p.m. 'GalldP FihdsI 111', Erw4: Un. t vI'." I... LoU I to II 14 U II ,
Y" ; divided by 20 gives a factor used f..1 Ar 11 If" In law sort ley blk II Dan sour ..
MONDAY I:SO '.m. 9 ,.>".; TUESDAY $:3t a.m. tIt p.m. determine to' of 'ile," al HE'4' of ..:.. a to 10 i.*,. to ', r. r
to they amount : .. OB II 14 -.
,If t )11:10 as II page UM tao,
WEDNESDAY 1:31: a.m. 9 pmj I THURSDAY: 830: '.m. be paid In by each county* '" .., ... ...... I 44 26 0.., 5Tbsml.as I ......... ..,. 1.14 1I1b. 14LoU .-: W t. Bbjtrk: l
:f' ; 'Till 12 Noon I p.m, Till 10 p.m.; FRIDAY I:30 'Till 10 p.m. To support the minimum pro-, "In America. with i the l ;beat Ba.. III' Wall'll.' ... T"", Ck-ro Cooiilukooi A
'f .1 14 M II I.... .''b.:II Wallace HiMwknrMrav
.J r. SATURDAY .:30 a.m. Till 9: p.m. gram it was determined a county educated electorate the propor bee sx'f., a 56':'i.110'.Us'W es for.; Port Siwoll' a S /D of part ."

'1. I. with full value assessment should tion of citizens who take the N Its' es ...... I U II 006P Stowell ..,..... ....... .. U. of.'MII..H_ i
: ) I : TILTON BLDG. NEXT TO P. O. JENSEN BEACH ( mills Martin trouble to vote Is lower than in All t5 II 5o .U Lolaad ,..... Grant o. ta PB S PMMT "
: levy County wa* C. ,..... ....,.,, 40.39. a pa Co, 11..1.1
.)... assigned 4 44 millsml any other real democracy" declares AU .. ... ....if .. II 430 .I..d C. ..... __.... ...,. Lot Wit* '" ....._. I' M. i. Utah. Rn

U_ George H. Gallup director Aft .. ., .. .. If I0 it do3 .I..d C, Posse ,,........,....... ..... c.a... Colo Park 01. + '
; v toe American of r.A. S.bdidNO, .of I /o of MTI ol LM a '
l ( InstUute
1 _'al..d. i Mile. or rUiMO Grant \1 1 ,
I. M
I'; rt buetgplnloo I la the R'eader'sDigest .I.PaIPu. 6,4 40'70 .ta P* 1 p>.. IIUu '" 11.1 '
\ 11"i! I' >ti ,for April. Lola If a 11. elk ..._., I. 4. D.sh.ry ...r.-........ ,... II a II Blk T... ," ".. B. r" .. _1I
an1 r.. City Forms CoN.o Cot. X I /D of
In article condensed from
.. port of L* I Mil.. orHOOM
1 5. 4 '
\! f" National Municipal, Review Gal- T'jj"10 to I". it ; .: Grant M .. PB

: : 111IRIl lup states that according to U. ,.,..hew.., II 26, II a 20 ... .. .11 II U U' P. .. Williams.. Ir. ... _..,..... 11.03 II. I....t. a 41 I.P*Blk Co.UU : .ItlO :" ,. II.. I..... M. >:,d..or4It > 4

0# I Q.fteasus Bureau figures. only II II u If P. H. WIII_., I. .,....... .. Teen J. jMkMO AlbtomitofNIlolLMItl '
1 II 35. &.OOO'4)f more than 81.000.000' .- ?met ii .. .11 II U II Philip A Ethel. Word. 1.11 /O 41 ,
T..u a6. n. i,. .. .. ...
46 : of M or H. Greet 1I.q _
w THE tflglble voters went to thepollalJt 45 4.5., u to If I... ,
Tract 14. .....
OF C. w. Uu
November. As to ti I... .. ..It.. 44 III p", N.Tros40 "
: Williams I. bO. J..... ... II.'! Port l.lorao kc I Dof ," '
I r' By edntrast, England last ..., ..It II 40 I' Edith: n.n... .?__..... ,... 1.11 Ul. IT a E : ekoo.ol .
UNITED general ';election had a voting f.... 44' a.. .. .It of 40 to Alm Julia Burdick., .,... .. ... ..,1 Ut II MIMe Hoo. ', ,
Torte 1, 1 to It I.. II 000 II tl
participation of 50 per cent great. is4 I..... II to 34 law Los '1.: Blk I 'fM W. H. Tl...ter 1,

er In.,Canada nearly twice as a. 14 :,14 II es Ste r. H. Willis.., J.r/":. _.,_., .. II..' W of. II lit'.e toU I
T..... IT 10 40 I.... 46. 1 a i in u o.-*, _, Coca, MollMrlCI.Mdc .
lark a proportion cast ballots. 46. 60. 61 to ..I.... shares, Rnlood
I FOR CROWING TREES. Half.of the entire French population 40'I Ines Es: ':'h : Tr.0s Plot of ,.. Addition. to- 11:.

voted In their last national ,.. Ina .. .u ,11 4. III r. H. Willis.. J7.Tracts .. ''b' U... Port Uu SoWroo 1* a n a offiS'' ,'
/ I to 4 lee. a is H.._ .
v 17; '. 1o. '1i :: '. 26 ,l r 33,Ti.., II 4.
I aj tI. ., Even Snore depressing, Gallup hew 54 ;. ,.It If0 III r. H. Williams.; Jr. ..,........,.. '''11 Uu t II. arb,I Birrh
I fit saya,'ta I the smaller percentage Tncu 07. 50. U. ESy ..fTr. Ut It, Bk I L. Bcotl DillIseh.o U''
do. & xnos. ..1a . ... 216 11
of voting Americans today than T'i.:: ,. .. '.1' as 40 III". N. Wilisms, Jr. __." .... av-pv : ......_ E1/.teak Katherine\ Blood.Lynch
; 50 to 100 years ago: I3. 01: 6. : : /ar,, .
r I..t 55 I. el .w .. ..11 II.. As P. K. William. .;Jt. ........., .. 5.55 lmwu ._ ? '
'L.. cut'BEST Woo sees reason for T..... I 10 at .IWt .. .., to oft Its P ... Willlona. I. __...... ,1' ll .4 !>% < MS..... It' nil.. A. a.IoNf L
,/ ,. "f this increasing lack of interestin Truce. It I. 44 I... 4u /, \ o 01'of. Ut | ..1' II n II T........ ,.... Cw

:Jw" the ballot. The fact Is that to IT 1.. II .. $5. 1 I' 61 40 266 F. L Willi.... I. ....._..... .,..1, All: ''' .It ,59 .II 141 T. L" Port ...- .
..,. '1 schools and college fall to give Toes 47 ..._... ... .II II U It W. A. ...._ "._ ....." 1.11 Dubs. Park;; ID ;' 'G; "
l' 6 Trusts to 10w .. 39to \ La5Ns/R..PS '

t I' students 'even ,a rundlmentary ,: ... .17 II 4. 515 P. 11. Wllllams, Se. ..._'...._ ..... o, ... ..M M ftUu 1 1,

I t 1 knowledge of the, working of snot tI .. .It a6 1P.. It Jobs W. ..Ik .. .._. 1.11 Logo II Is & 51, sit a Ir
If H k
I .
their 'Oovemmont" Widespread All ,. .11 II 46 141 ... a. WIIU... "Jr. __.... ..... i Uu II lo II tao, i;, t F E 1H--Z': :! "
Faun. Cup ,.... C"dl( ) c Claim Pork Addltloo. No.. J
Ignorance exist on, such question Teets I 6 I.... 0 .. 4 /D .1 .... COT LM
'as the number of yearsIn I Ines at t. It 84 SM .ta p* il p as p* I

a Representative term the :: 1y hew ............. .....tI II 41 m P. K. Willis m. I,. _'_'" .1.11 "'A'il bal ,II
y.. of Senator Traeu .. I. I. 9. .1. II, Uu it : ik. ., :. A. r.. l>r>ki
names from' one 39 to 16 17 Im 22 Uu It a |l. ilk 41 .u .. NS Ysw ,

I.a 24 : ;1 sew ...... II ise III". N. Williams. Jr. ............" ..... ".VfTwcMw /O

.Tmt II .... ..............to as 40 It P. K. Williams. Jr. ...._..., I..' p* IfNWV. i 'I,.. "
I p .
...... 10e U Iw.Ia.. : .....JJuu se oil w '
Al 00 L. .. II .......It 39 46 U. La 1L Williams. Jr. ......_.I..C 11. a is. iik i .. ,... Allen WM.OTtlllf
.. Leal. 5 /D of S I oo.ol .
= :: :':.::: : ...: .:.it$5 :: :: 94 5 Pe.5.'m I c-; :. .-,.:::=::::::::.:'-Llt: C.MI W'/,CraM.4 11 W" ol W01 LM....57. 36 41''

I.Tract 1 ................. If 10 40 10 Fred W. Oohl _...-_...._ U. :'VOO, ..... ,t;_ Ie.q
n. Port-e 'Fr. 55 be. z. is' _::. ::: err WunloM ,_ ..,
..I WEST COAST FOREST : La..1/. 14.A7t.in' W of..lodloaI .. 11..1 "
I DB s ..... 00 a IT ......If II.. 11_ a I.. 1.lIooIt ....... 1.1", CoMOJBraol Ie.qt; ar"'w1 ap

I WESTERN FOREST 11': '1._ ........ ......... a It.. t. L ......_ a to" B. add: ...1.11 :; of"j) ..r Lot:; "II ;I The Cblwq .._..o.t .Catoo

"Ill Winds! Always AU S ot Read. .... ....17 40 49 II' I. t. P.,imS _....-,...-... ..... ....,.... Pork San. ID '.
sine did 'It.wsesIt Lot M G.... Grant .
? mm* NORTHERN FOREST ,MM'SOUTHERN FOREST Blow Seme Good" ea Se Goy, U064., ....167, 41 1 T. L Naabr.C.;. ; aL'.............. ....., me .iatoaPad. ..,' M 4S> _
'Sathe. Proverb. .... o. "I .... 01 Let 1 Wl. If of C If of Lot, M Ciamceed"
rm TROPICAL FOREST '' cea N Olrowlo Fbrldo Plot N. .
f :: ;) CENTRAL HARDWOOD. FOREST Depression, and r.r:' W r.D.. 1' o. .ta PI 5p M PI

OWI, sloe. se-ask Co. I ,. .. .. N .q.
.. :.., .rWessioa. Verify 111.5'.; a. ...ett d b.4t. I : Ut III: ilk. II":: ::::. w..' 1L 'w."'.o. d.5 t
tie. bide N& '
wt. Lola 261 a as.. "OIL II IrooUoK Is'r
the omrot
statement they re .1 5 W..fleld... SD. .Olympia ......... Fiat Nw '\.
have PROVEN s Kill. W
Jill'L a.to
t L '' 0.0.: :oW:. : L 'Jil ... .. Psis P/7 rs
In the that faffiAYS OF 55'. b..14' IT 41 George T.-; ,,:: :,,,_, II... ?-fl n. A If17.'e1t. 1
Forests are important to state III U WltUoM
every ADVTY In..0ai'"a \ ot \ td.tot *
; .?. qof Nsf4 61.I ; 4 lass, .1''". II Kilo L. wuY.M"r.
needs' Abapa'Cw9.. Los L. I4M. _lb. ..
Union, because everybody things ee U : / It Tko fioko Mad
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