The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: June 26, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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System ID: UF00087096:00025
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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City SCHOOL Richmond Manley L.Va Hw. -i.etr:: ; 1 PLANS TO 1,700 Acres St. Lucie II !

landed ma -foot ullfinlv last ; on
SUPERVISORBoard Wednesday from the "Buck- i CABLE IN
I aroo" with Ford Carter !
Capt. -

1 TRYING G TO I FIELD DIRECTOR after an hour's battle. Mr. and,, 1 ,000th PERFORMER ANI1f1tOME
Mrs. Hubbard did not leave : Hears {1ST
$eta Tentative Budget<< Stuart until noon-and In addition I Wire Would]
'ToUling, < More than U the CS-pound Mil I Pittance

SSOLVETOWNCOURTSUIT $250,000 landed I dolphin and S bonitos. i mission ] i Statewide PRODUCTS BUYS
He was awarded the Stuart i {, fl IJ
Harry C. Webb, assistant prin- ,
Sailfish Club Gold
Button. "
cipal School at, was Martin elected County to succeed High .iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiimimiiinimiii"i i by Pending City Work ''BIG TRACT HERE
M. O. Uttman
Mrs. Lou
Hill Foster resigned,
--'- as county school supe"r. The PENCE EXPLAINS era last night Ruth Stuart Allen( -act- j 4
li, Krueger. Ungberg action. was taken Monday afternoon South of health Informa- Manager .,f Southern
Attack "Validity" of at a special meeting of graph Company's Convene
for the State Board of at
-Stuart the School, Board at the courthouse VALUATIONS IN 1 cable lay an through the spoke on her board's St. Lucie, Hotel
work and plans at -
i circuit court suit quest- Mrs. roster, who ha held the It was noon meeting of Ro Stanley Home Products
nf "the validity of the position for the put school year, INCREASE mission by Chlsholm'i yesterday, I mul lion dollar nationalsales i i
,rporated Town or City resignedeffective next Tuesdayand HERE i Fred Wilder of Indirectly for the: concern, headed by
Stuart Fla,," WM filed expects: to leave late next, that this cable of a county health Frank Stanley Beveridge of
offici of Coir week for her hometown of Tracy' I crease Allen pointed out that Westfield, Mass., and emloyinir -

e 13 at' City Tenn., where she will live Equalization Board Meet*' facilities here pays better dividends to some 9,000 persons
Clerk J. R. Pomeroy, A with her mother and daughter,! July 71 Most Assessmenta of 2,000 such calls than Its over-all has: just concluded purchase'

equent summons was 'Also at this special session,! UppedThe at once through situation which must be of the 1,700 acre Ira Max
tt Monday on Mayor, the board set Its tentative budget i will furnish, the up If business! and social property on the North Fork
I Pence representing the for the fiscal year starting next, City Commission will meet I latest are to be discharged. She of the SU Lucie River near
to file written appear- Tuesday with a total of more at 10 o'clock Monday morning, ice and Is part of I because health prob- Stuart and plans future de-
a on the next rule day, than $250,000 Of. this amount' July T, to alt a* an assessment set up nationally vary over the State the velopment of the property.
\r 7, and thereafter t9 file $238,000 is the total maintenancefund. and equalization board, at When Legislature enabled the H, L. Worrell of New Baltimore .
ten defense if any. 1 A hearing on the proposed' which time all persons desiringa Atlantic board to establish local ) Mich regional manager,
alntUfi are George Keith' budget will be held at the courthouse change In assessment will be : the cable will departments to care for heading a four-day sales meet- W
-Bert Krueger, John Lang-, at 2 p. m. July 8. I heard York to Miami. that arise in given Iee- I GINNY LOWERY Ing' of managers of the Southern
and his wife Elisabeth RICHARD F. ALLEN The board asked for bids on The assessment roll for 194'1'' brought as far thus allowing for much I) Miss Lowery, 22yearoldblond territory now underway at

;:lxn. Named a* defend.nta'IJII Allen, veteran Red Cross admInistrator a new school bus and two buildIngs : has been generally hiked upward -> i sonville now, he public tare. blue-eyed singer from St. Lucie Hotel here, stated today .
Town of Stuart, T. T., from Camp Murphy. The from 10 to 25 per cent south from West speaker explained that Juliet, III.. Is the 1,000th USO-I that projected Improvements
titerson, Pomeroy, C. X.itenstn :. was named by I so this Is the last li Interested In pro- of considerable magnitude -
buildings would be used for tworoonos with some larger Increases where C'amp Chows performer to gooverseas
President Truman field director
and Thomas Cook.i a* warranted Phil : here would take the masses but from the would be made public as
at the Stuart Training Mayor Pence announced to entertain U. S.troops. .
for the V, S. aid
four individual were nam- proIr.m School and teachers' quarter at months, it WM viewpoint, not th/ they developed.The .
because they have In the to Greece and Turkey, Kobe Sound. "Assessments," he said, "have j A request by C. which must be handled tract Includes the beautiful -
,ut put been holders of re-1 One of the six remaining been Increased where obviously for funds from or others agencies. Max ranch-type home, adjacent \
itUon decree" and all or 2,314 schools was filled with the elec- most cases the value remain i health unit was county nurse here but just north of the
> of them till may be own.II tion of Miss Edith Earle of Salerno about the same as the market; commission out that the six-man mouth of Seaway Creek picturesque -
told at such are. felt to be to teach in the Hobe Sound value In 1941-42. The new assessments -i peared for the unit could offer citizens; PLANS READIED R tributary of the North Fork,
>tent to represent! all the 1 1I FREE X-RAYS school for.'White children. The are In many cases Health and complete and exhaustive 1 Vj mile of high North Fork
bondholders.ilcttor board reappointed Miss Gertrude about 40 per cent of current iation, although it could be watt rfrontage, and acreage extending :
I for the plaintiffs is Boyd. lunchroom supervisor market value." I Passed on than its supporters back to Mile Lake, one
nis B.. Adam of .Jackson Mobile Health Unit Ends at the Stuart school and Continued Increased operating .i adopted by the 'it Tickets to Go on Sale Soon) of the most noted black bass
In named Mrs. Clara Gideon for "white cane" -also told of her board's New Officers : fishing spots In this area. It Includes -
13-Day and
Stay cost the large amountof
itb laid the 'lilt'aeeklng a CountyThe the tame position In the! Jensen property going under, home- The measure cancer control project In, I Installed excellent quail shooting
irUory Judgment I 11 based Beach, school.BOARD such a cane by a case-finding program territory In a sportsman's para
he belief that he and ther 13-day visit in Martin stead exemption through pur!; tially or totally authorized and it Is I Completion of plans for the dise.
chase for homes make the increase
plaintiffs are not reeelvDemUts County by the State Health De- vides "protection to set up a detection Junior Chamber" of Commerce's Here with Worrell at the St.
! to which they are ment'* mobile'' health unit TO GET necessary, he said i gible with in each county and five July 4 semi-formal dance at the Lucle in the Wednesday through
led (for the taxes they pay par out ,to traffic located diagnostic Log Cabin marked the' organt-. Saturday special meet
was felt this week to have met company
roperty they own within the j in the State. latlon'i meeting" at the courthouse
are 22 executives ana assistants
nt with strong success. The unit Jaycees".1"is officers of. the Stuart njght.Tickets will00'ori ,
city limits. Consequently Monday
made six separate stops in the SALOON HOURSRESOLUTION ; from -ten !States! including:
are seeking to alter the I btr MX Wed sale awn ,at $1 a person '
county and .total, ,f 2.J14 persons The club had 10 C. L. Lanler, area manager (or
i mitt tin UMltrenfttr of guests President Ben A. Redding, Jr.,
' IS year of 'age or more TwoWay'' announced this week. the Southern territory Atlanta,
Uonlnf the tainted
"supposed were given free chest X-ray It Oa., Mrs. B. Brewer, secretary, j
, city and Its authority HEALTH The dance will begin at 9
. was estimated this turnout represented Atlanta office; Charles V. King, 1
'ry taxes on the land in nearly two-thirds of Success HereThe TO HELP p. m. and last until 2 a. m. Art branch manager Atlanta; I""
Ion. Keith property is RACES Smith and his orchestra of Sebastian "
i of the Roosevelt, Bridge. those eligible. A resolution to govern saloon -, has been secured for the\ Harold C Ring branch manager .
wrt I 11 Immediately east The unit completed Its stay hour In Martin County la beIng tworoductJon of MARTIN Mosley, air-minded car- occasion Redding said and dee- Tampa; C. W. Waltes
::rwger Creek and in the here with a two-day session near drawn up by County Commission "Comiapoppln in the high .r.'N will hep; officiate; at orations at the Log Cabin will branch manager, Birmingham,
dway sector of St. Lucie the Stuart Auto Camp where 639 attorney Evans Crary by school auditorium Thursday and Field July 4 when local be made by the Jaycce-Ettcs. (Ciintiniicii! On Page four)
a. negroes took advantage of the authorization) of the board and Friday sponsored by the Junior Chamber Of visiting model plane en- An application for a/filiation
m of the other !defendants free'' opportunity. Wednesday la expected, to be presented to Chamber of Commerce was a Again will hold a five-event from this recently-organized Sister JAYCEEETTESELECT
available for comment. through Saturday last week the the board at Its next meeting at "definite success, both from the Sponsored : Entry fee of $1 for one or organization of the Jaycees'
attorney. M. Q. Llttman said unit was parked on Flaglcr Ave. the court house at 2 Tuesday experience and financial has been amended to was received at the meeting'
rosy he had not had time In Stuart. On the first day 285 afternoon. It was understood, point," President Ben A. Redd-1 Directors of glider events. Monday Monday and carried over for i
ad the 34-pagt bill of com- were X-rayed, 193 on Thursday the open hour to be defined In ing reported yesterday.The i Chamber of 30, In the last day on which, final consideration at the next OFFICERS

t and was not informed 223 on Friday and 234 Saturday the resolution would be from club' profit from the night again went ....... .will bt accepted. meeting July 1.Considerable ,
total of 939. -----
sh yet to comment! a noon to midnight< on Sundaysand venture was about $100, and favoring discussion wasaroused I
The unit made one-day visits from 9 a."' m. until 2 a. m. was felt that valuable lessons State-sponsored CLASSES on the proposed county Mrs. Floretta Bartlett was fleeted
to Jensen Beach, Kobe Sound, on weekday in the art of play presentation unit here.Directors. START MONDAY health unit In Martin County I president of the jiewly
ABfACTORY I IRSALERNO Salerno and Indlantown June The board's action was takenIn were learned from the organizat also which has received more or leu 1 formed Jaycee-Ettes at the
12-17 where 843 were Xrayed.The line with similar action In ion' first dramatic effort that annual clean-ups swimming and water safe i unfavorable consideration by I group's second meeting" at the
'unit was open 4\Mi hours a neighboring counties. However would enable It to considerably 'Its In the county, under the auspices of 1 the County Commission. It was Civic Center Monday night. 14 ;
day. Technician In charge were. the authorization In St. Lucie Improve its next such efforts. the recent Stuart\ ; Chamber of Com felt the Club should go on record Lydia Houston was elected 1st
Embree Walker and..Miss Margaret short-lived. The and the Martin County In favor Beatrice ia-
County wait A crowd of nearly 300 turned Letter* were of such a unit although vice-president;
Griff eth. board there adopted its resolution : S. of the American Red no resolution to this effect pointe, 2nd vice-president; Ad-
..4.Uslit out for Thursday nlght'i show. V. Engineers
will begin it
Monday was
June 17 and Helen
unexpectedly and somewhat flow of fresh was adopted.The denote Bartlett secretary;
fewer than
Prepare to Begin; PRIZES ANNOUNCEDFOR rescinded It two days later at a when two- I Okeechobee be this week. All who club's new officers which Czverko, treasurer; Phyllis Con.
that Friday night the
Operation MODEL PLANE special meeting. Nevertheless contest reduced registered at the Red Cross were elected a month ago took stance, chairman of member-
week baby popularity as soon
Locallyd CONTESTS JULY in the De hon Bldg, are
there was 'Indication' the to office formally at Monday's ship, and Joanne Constance
culminated with the naming of cease injury
Martin County board also might I to meet there Monday meeting. A rising vote of appreciation chairman of publicity.The .
Llndsey, former Mary. A cyclone motor wllr be first change its mind. the two' winner* They were', sport, and a. m. with James A. Smith was given out-going ; group made applicationfor !
man and Jess Robblnson. grand prize to be. awarded at Joseph Cuthbert, 4. son of Mr. and requesting be the Instructor. The president Paul Young who will affiliation, with the Stuart
Jeneylte, have formed the the model plane contest at HEARING IS 'HiLDIN and Mr. C. W. Cuthbert and i action to remove will be held at the 8. W. serve now as a State director Jaycees and agreed to put up
3\% of North Fork.
Judy Taylor daughter
lal Crab Co. which la lai Witham Field July 4, It was announced FORT PIERCE pool. the decoration at the Log CabIn -
i"I a crab meat concern at this week. Second grand Mrs. Joseph Button. The board also have been ac- FLOTILLA TO MAKE for the Jaycees' July 4 dance.
.... prize will be a 618-Hood auto Four representative from Miss Jerry McCluskey directed, letter of welcome at the Red Cross office WEEK-END CRUISE The session Monday was devoted
rdlng to Llndsey, "We tire and third grand prize will Martin County attended a public the play of which all 10 member I ness enterprise past three weeks and :26 I primarily to drawing up t jj-
the St. Lucle' and Indian be a model plane kit plWl an hearing last Thursday In of the cast were of local origin. comer to the been enrolled through Flotilla 9, Martin County the group' by-laws and con- t 1
blue crab In this section unannounced amount of trade Fort Pierce and endorsed Government However, registrations Coast Guard Auxiliary I will make I stitution. ",'I
superior to other area.1 with local firms. proposal for Improvement 3 Convictions Gained In Fi to be accepted un a wet k end PalmBeach Women between 19 and 38 Inclusive -
'tennen will go after the The contest are being heldbythe of the North Fork of the instruction begin! Mon where rue'l: be are invited to join the
rab* with specially de- Stuart Model Plane Club St. Lucie River for flood control i overnight guest of the flotilla organization.
1 trap mi company will11Y which In turn 1* sponsored by and other purpose The hearingwas Three of Circuit there. The local group. will I, ..
' Days
crabs brought to U. by Harold John Post 82, American conducted by the War De- REMINDS leave from Von Jour dan's dock : TIDES
"|n with club president Ed assistant district engineer In I boats owned .
; by Phil Pence,
toES NABBED Higbee, Box U, 'Palm city. by Charge, and In compliance witha I Three conviction... two with leave to file Kraft manager of the ,D. Gray and Jourdan and J I
:TWO THEFTS Monday. The contest, which national House committee' subsequent sentence, resulting was Iran ted. I of Commerce said to up at the West 42nd St. dock in Kiwi u< lowiw. for Ik* St. Lurt.
HOBE SOUND will be broken down Into 10 resolution directing a review of from the first three days of the The case of the his office will be glad I West Palm Beach. 1 ...11 lor tfc. .wMk ..din. Joe. It.

divisions with three prize in former report on the Caloosahatchee June term of,circuit couat D'Alba' and In bringing up to date 1 Expected to make the trip are Standard rol ...Tim..11'*. Pol.. .d. ..... It
' Hobe Bound theft to River 6tLucie River I th* court ho ass. Judge A. O. a charge of to be Included In marine i ininaten' fo, 10..10 ... 1 hoom It ..I......
were each division 1 III open anyone Harry C Beckman, Jack L. Coleman I Ito.I ". oompiwd. w-kir, by Yo'. H.
I Lake ; Kanner is .
Okeechobee residing. .
Saturday with confession Interested. They will get under and drainage tinued for the and chart distributed Web Ordway Ralph W, MllektU.
rles Baker Redmond, I'onIIrlro way at 1:30: p. m. and extend areas. I Convicted were Henry Mills Monday major oil companies, and Hartman, Harry Swlnglehurst. H. W. U W. .
I that he and Jon- Until dark. I Attending from here were Willie Pettway Jr., and EdwardT. The case of that persons with marine M. O. Llttman, Leo Ooessling. A H. T.u.iI..lli.I- .
VinsI, negro section hand Mayor Phil Pence, Commodore Bratton Mills found guiltyby Charles R. Gould. furnish information as Pence. Jourdan and Gray. thus... 17 tar Ik.I,ill mA IT:.. 11:14:. I'M'>.
'rt Here, PlAtted robbery GETS CONTRACT' Stanley Hitching County Road the six-man Jury Monday of age yesterday wanted. 110 1* 11 .,11 1.1.. !,:"
V Folson' drug store atPound FOR CAMP RAILS' Superintendent A. A. Hendry assault to commit manslaughter rected verdict for AIR TOUR BEING HAD J.no .It... ,'.::11 MI .1:11.:.. .I ItU.do, 111.11. .
and An Petit Paris M, K. Frank, New York tron and K. B. Kraft, manager of was sentenced Tuesday to six for 1584V Fox ]PLANNED Nearly 100 Miami private pilots the Chamber of Commerce. J.I, .'''' ,... I.44 '
Mrs at the State Prison In of new of
operated i,,bt A. H. and steel contractor. has pur- year by counsel ; officer flying In 50 planes are on th!> J.I, .. hi' lilt l:4. 1:1: *
Ier, The theft occurred chased the rails angle Iron and INDIANAFOUS RACE RaIford, Bratton was' found Gould was not ; Odd Fellows Lodge first annual air tour of Florida
' when an undisclosed creosoted tie In Camp Murphy FILM SHOWN EIWANIS- guilty of attempt to commit lar- personally\ by the evening' prog which began yesterday morning '
'* 1I'U taken from the spur through a contract awarded I' ceny of an auto Tuesday and Of two other Woodman Hall at 1 p. m. and will conclude at Fort Myers THEVEATHERrw

W and about, f80. Iron by the, War ,Asset Administration 'A sound motion picture In sentenced to .one' year In the, yesterday A chicken supper will Sunday. The flyer, who were; ti* .>.< ,,_. as Mpw... '*'
4ekage store at Jacksonville it was technicolor entitled "The Cruci- county Jail.Ptttway ., ported to the court "ed. Quests from Fort to have lunch) In Melbourne! Job* M.m. U. Wotkn Oh4" ,
*-* Friday at fort Pierce, announced today. Work of removing ble of Speed" was shown at the charged with manslaughter of Allied Liquor and Okeechobee are ex pasted over Witham Field here City Stu.....1'I R_ ,
Sheriff at. Woman' Club. the Jury deliberated only 31 are expected to attend the 10... *
r. Q. M.: Hancock: Immediately.. Friday the damage wa I held in connection with nationalair I... II .. .. .01 IsIt
" ans had acted. M "spot- I The film sponsored by the minute However sentence was and dismissed,, Florida meetingIn Fort week. 10... .91 94Jum
tooth at' MM 1 the Hobe : Firestone Tire and Rubber Company deferred 'whenhII counsel. O. Mlller-Oerow July i 10.. II ,NJ. I'
' he 411d'brobe into HOLIDAYS DEFINED I and narrated by Ed Thor C.'Durrane of Okeechobee, announced O. & Fletcher tor CONSUMPTION TOLD ." to II .. .:"
JJ. "tor.. .1114111 J* claimed I Tallahassee, June 2< Legal geson summarized the 30-year he plans to seek a new was moved up to TO MEET The Inspection Bureau of the joa3 II ".. .. _0INICHIS .
made Use..1W store holiday In Florid are not necessarily \history of the Indianapoll 500- trial for,\1Ie defendant.In endar./ John Post of the LeI State Department>> of Agriculture ItAIII11M.I.J .
< holiday* for administra mile race and outlined the important the case Mondayof the meet at I p. mj FT- reports that 201 380 gal. of gasoline .... .11
, : $I"-wortlera of county School Clarence. Server defense One ease .Is to. at the Civic Cen and .14.183 of kerosene 10. I' "
of d tn. : thing the> race haa con State vs. a 27. gal. .. .. AIR
,OALInAtIgy"W .baWl been Boards Attorney General J. Torn trlbuted. to the Improvement of motion to quash the 'In morning, one I discuss the new Legion were consumed In Martin County I... II .'1'I'OTAJ. ,

Watson ha advised State School the auto. formation and give, the 8tat One Tuesday. i project. \last month. ...... ... "":ii _,_
r' Superintendent Colin Bngllth

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; ', ) : WE SELL AND DELIVER Sailfishers Pompano Play to 3-3 Tie '"THE JINX*


/. :, i. ,, t\\. SHELL f S EC LJ
) ;.. IN ANY QUANTI As Rain Halts Game After 9 Innings '
'JT: CHICKEN SSfetf *>
1' ::: \ See / t 23e
:,'!,, |. C. F\ Bra ford STUART HOLDS j A LINE ON SPORTSSailfishers KIWANIS CLIPSROTARIANS 3'/i Open Miles t NorMfl:OOLC+ of M.Stuart'til 2:00.: Fed A M. '

: Aren't Great/
;Box. 74 \ / ,Jensen Beach, Fla.: Open SusftUy rloon 'Till 2.00 A. M.
"j j x : At Jensen Beac Gulf Filling Station 2-CAME LEAD 9-8 used Ay Day Tuesday*

f -A7 But They Inspire ConfidenceBy

I \ .r".r"I ,. '. ; : PLAYS P AHOKEE ED MENNINGER, JR. A last-Inning-rally that nett. Now Under Personal Supervision of
BRANPORD'S SERVICE GARAGE ed five runs on four hits and a EARL B. DUC\N.
Say what you' may, the Sailfishers are a team that's won our
: 1 EAST COUTUES:; ; LEAGUE confidence, It's not a "great" team In the sense of the word It pair of error brought Kiwanisfrom Owner
GULF RROD\JCTS w behind to defeat Rotary
I' i1TUART- L P."tIIIL has Its weaknesses and It hasn't an all-winning record. It'. pulled Softball '
> InI.
: -8 seven-Inning
:. : 1 mfa.
', WHY WAIT TILL FALL? : i some awful boners In the dozen to date and two or three
..... I. ....' tMoirloos gomes tame on the East 5th St. dig St. L vie
!' ..,; ; / Pleld 1 A ,610 d times It i been lucky, plain lucky to get away' without Ion Even mond yesterday afternoon. ar
': Checked With cl.We., 2 b
Have Your .60a'
v : Ca Us Now 11. .
'I.. 1..k WWII 1 .161 1 1U luck failed May 4 when Lake Worth administered 1U only defeat Bernard Goiter pitched the

II '''I'I EXPERT MECHANICS O\l DUTY .e.11..IWyntes laude, "lIh .1.1 0 d ,100 all ". so far But Its a team that has Inspired confidence route for Klwanli limiting Rotary AND RlLt
; { Manager! Johnny Mann has proved himself a capable leader to four hits while fanning
I ..... S /en Days A Week\ lAST SUNDAYs RESULTS six Harris Lowery',Jr.,hurled for Choice
M..rM.on 11.14, .. P.h..... 0 Hofolll that keeps his boys plugging when the going gets rough until the Line of LIQUORS, WINES
ART I. ....... .(. but for nine
Ill f S 4Tin WWII opposition wavers and finds its measure taken. Sunday was a Rotary was tagged
Located /j Mile S. of Jensen Wr till liuinn. nil.I, and CORDIALS
Bridge hits and lacked the support
( : r.wl.t"t, :::. I. 'Lake World' I. good example, Two of his key players were stopped by Injuriesand
-e.r.t. lt.eb at 5.11.Ol.de,12t (CU.-! given Coker. George Parks of
r I 1( ............. three others were absent from the bench. Pompano ahead
Kiwanis led the hitting with
t ) r NEXT SUNDAY'S CAMFSRain two runs and continually afraid Stuart potent bats ml ht break
three singles while Coker batted i
11..10.. '1.1. .. wk. W...... out and erase that edge, opposed) continuing play when the rain
;' 11,11. ....." at "....... home three runs as did Harry
: 81'IIAKT .. !'....... rame In the 8th, a 'complete reversal from the week before when
Beckman for Rotary Your Buifess With
....,..,. 8-6. at C....,...... Pep Up New
It trailed as rain began In the 8th inning But that game was The box, score:
:, EES an all-afternoon completed 10 umpire Art Parks decided this one should too. ROTARY'

:.\1'.. threat that Rave no signs to The Sallflahers did what Pompanft feared most. Two singles p.IM. 1 AS Y *ILowrrr R. PO. .A II f
!.! / stopping once it materialized and two wild heaves and the Pompano lead'WAI eclipsed by a tie r '. '" I S 1 I IBxkm.l i SIGNS
Engineering Surveying, Blue Prints \ U :41 fJobimlrk
," finally halted proceed that left the visitors highly chagrined and disappointed, to say the Ib ,41 1 I 1fl
''t Ings after nine hectic Innings Icajit. How much of this nature was worn away by the gratis fish king I*...._ 41 : : ITT.W 1
I Estimate Submitted Jon Request 'here Sunday with the fry afterwards Is hard to say, but Mann and his crew had kept If rl 1 4 1 a .0Mnsin.er 1
Stuart Sailfmhers and Pompano Old.., of .. 0 0-0 .j CHAS./BOXWELL/
locked in Stuart out of the loss column for the seventh straight time. cd..... r. 1 0 4p
, 303 E. 4th STREE / STUART, FLORIDA a 3-3 tie. 0 j. 1 anerf .I ',0 0 0
\ There made '
1 I were no
,. I ti PHONE 11 for a replay, but if Stuartcan Such a streak coupled with the spirit that has crested It has 81 a41i$55 i RAINS BLDG. PHONE 103-1
win either of Its two been responsible I far our confidence that her Is an outfit that KIWANIS
remaining -
'I i AI R R po A II:
games with Pahokee may bring our community a good deal more honor and publicitythan I 11..11 Ih ..... 1 0 T ,IP..If
\ it can clinch the regular seaSon : ever was bargained for nearly three months ago. When the Tyxri Ik 4.1.1.S 1 S I Ic.
I \ pennant and eliminate season got under way. ..., n 4 S .1.
LIST your Roofns Apartment* and Rental any need of the replay I The goal Is high and as rugged as they come But with a team Hn H.iki
II Homes with us. St the The Sail three-hour, stalemate left I tarrying crack hurlers such ai Jesse Arnold and Bit Series hittingat I u tt 4 IIMirlitlvr .t ,I .I ..I
: L. tisher still two gomes a .305 clip and sporting an Infield that can make Major League Bran c I d .
In front of the 0
pack In tht Bait Ouitliunn rf S I GOODS
Coast Glade plays of the type executed by Warren Snipes and Woody Munch Urn. rhIW111e. I ITr .
flag chase .
w I a .1" e tI '
tnra i'tlafs and virtually eliminated third- Sunday, who knows .
'. With the tint objective the ECGL pennant, virtually assured; i sit a .
11 BUYI0PLtlNG RENTING place Pahokee from title consideration .-I.. be 1..1.... Offering/at
i FHOPFltlY IIANACFMENT The Beanplcken, lie nrkt stop Is Hollywood July II-13 where Stuart will seek a /I...., .. tli II' f--6 Quality
: Write I lft. Box No, 4 trailing at Morrison Field 5-2 State district semi-pro crown After that comes the Stale meet Itl.nl.H... bat.. h.-I.....WO. L.Sol Onl.1-.0,. Prices That Are ightYou'll
Illl 1 1 321 North V/olorado/ Avenue In the 8th Inning Sunday, become In' Jacksonville! starting July 25, the national tournament In 1..._... U. kin. ...J.-Wk.. L..,.C...0wt .
tlrldaM. Par" Hh" I. T. bass
Fh n embroiled: l In a heated Wichita; 'Kans.e starting Aug 15 and the world series In Havana hltT.".. c...... q0n. b... '"._ S
1 I t StuaA, Florida argument that finally resultedIn Sept. 20 This .Is a ladder worth climbing and until we see It wewont tar..MV S. I'Owwr Ki., .... taw I. oft. K.rn4 OM k..eRoerr Mae R.-
the umpire's awarding the be conduced It can't be doneShipes' I.. Kiw.nl.. I. ("..... buM l Perlis. Enjo Our
/ game to the Sky master, by a "______ eo.". Kkriirlrr. At...1._. HIn.nli.ulbr __
Um I' C'kn <. B.M on b.ll,
forfeit --off foi.r : Wad Pltrk---Gik, I.
!11/I" I': I Pahokee, although beaten now .462 Passed 1, P.,',hUta. f.--Brunt t"spice* S, Knllliu Lottery I. Lon. MIXED E>RINKS
four times in nine FISHING
I I starts, will, r.ltb. Tim. --- 1.07.DODGERS.
LOTS FOR PENSIONERS be host to Stuart Sunday In''

\ ;1 WATERFRONT 1200 be what a game nevertheless with the promises usual close to,' Heads Stuart 'SHORTS'By PLAY6INNING .1 I L \

I 1'RIVILEGESPavement tense and hard-fought characteristics "Tall Cold Ones" or Hot Summer Days

of every 'contest between Bat I I ,.' and Si JL walks to r front A* every Is.UBIN .. that town and this. :; EARL BALL TIE

: See +\ Sunday affair here, Indeed-' Warren, Shlpes; ,-blond shortStop I As one who writes some of the The V/ctord/ Bar\

WI. +t j.; 1 ISO cJ.tt. as,-found Stuart twice' stai el the Stuart Sailflsh- I(thoughts of the fishermen of ............. ,
1'1 i I i come from;behind to sensatisnal Martin County, here's a lot of .
climaxed his Rain
era which
knot the began as the Stu-
score Paul Thompsonmade to E. J. Rhodes of the JOHN/N./ GILL Manliter:
: ( praise ,
-- K his first start the hill show of batting proficiency during art Dodgers finished their turn
on South Fork section. He and two
I ,\ : for the Sallflshers but shoddy' the past six weeks by collect unidentified fishermen broke at bat In the, 6th Inning halted
R support coupled with his mediocre ing three more hits,one a double, up action between the locals and .
r the blockade of water hyacinths
: t. In four turns at bat Sunday' to the Fellsmere 'kith
: : .' effectiveness: brought his south of the bridge on Indian- the ... ..
the h -
downfall In the 4th Inning. capture first place among score tied S-8 before a large
town Road Now can for
ji I I1 Arnold replaced him Individual averages with a 462 you go crowd at Little Dixie .Park Sunday .
\ and turn
miles the South Fork for
up !
\\1\ COMMERCIAL and AERIAL ed In a surperb relief Job. allow mark bass Frank Button and Ted afternoon Many Thanks 1
ing only two scattered singles 8Jll fisher team marks tooka Preston actually got tired of It was the second: straight
I and beating Sunday.The two Pompano Week that the Dodgers, who
fanning nine In 5 2/3 InnIngs X
catching fish Saturday morning for
it !:; 1., PHOTOS1 Seven of his strikeout victims I hurlers allowed only eight down at the Inlet They' caught have won four of their six games, your
I j came In succession starting hits to cut that mark 5 points have run afoul of wet weather
PHOTOGRAPH! WILL HELP YOU MAKE THAT two 12-lb Jack and one 10-Ib Pnt Patronage 1
FI with Jake Wralnea In the 7th. to .306 while five Stuart errors trout. They also caught quite without reaching a decision.: The
SALE \ Andy Montgomery of Pompano afield dropped that mark 4 4 load of smaller fish, including Sunday before the Dodgers game
J : IROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE GUARANTEED pitched: creditable ball In his points to. .920 some nice snook here with Fort Pierce was halted which was deeply app/eciated. I
own right and once ahead would The averages: after the teams had played a
have gained the decision BATTING: Fishing in the lower St Lucie scoreless 1st.Inning, I 0
TROPICAL PHOTO SHOP except RBI A.k has been extra good for the past!
for a AII a H ) Next Sunday the
a pair of wild throws In the .... Dodgers will
Iff flhlpn II l> I. 1Drive
'C I 8th Inning that left In the tie- Tit' 11 4 .... week considering the amount of play In Daytona Beach. Extending Goodwill j ji
Krueger'Bldg. Next To V"< Union '. fresh black water
> "> Ing Stuart run. He fanned six J..ArnoU I2 11 1M 11 ..4001 being run The score by Innings: ,
/ A.d.I" I' 1 .1
r and four times retired the side !<..WfTI" 1 11 0 .". through the lock gates I even Fellsmere 000 312-8 I 0 i 0 I'I
a I:,1 In order. However, lIter t the Griffin' T. i f f. .SASPeioerb had my share of the fun with Stuart 321 000 8 8 (4 The
;/ sec 1. 1 Js1f New MMagement of
I ond 1 41 some large red snappers Friday Bell and I ;
Stuart rally to tie, he was Rail 11 s .200Groh. Gajlver; Gunn and
k 10. II 7 night using live shiners for bait. ,
replaced by Wralnes who efficiently ... .
f Will. T 1\ I 1.101H..I.1
L. throttled Stuarts ,last 0 21 T I ..202Rt11br The boys are bringing In a lot
I j\,\ ,uc, 'l Now Remodeling effort In the Sth I 1 T I.II I a 1 1 1 t s60Th .11'1I..h of good reports on boss and The Ma' n.k Room

I, f' __ Pompano Missed a fine opPOrtUnity ...,-..._. .4 4 s 1 I I I .1 ..U'.InJ. snook caught In the spillways at can't ,expect to catch fish In ,
to gain a substantial 11..11 f s 1 I I ,1f6hRe. the locks the tame spot all the time; so t
I frl; I II \ !lead In the tat Inning although .. 0 11 I I 1 ass As a word of ,advice you' follow the fish I : I aDd
't \1' But It did tally Ar.oor. : I: 1 1 : :.660M. I
once A
I i walk to "
... ....
/ I. Bal
I Montgomery and bobbles by .....
Doing "Business Usua s. One. I 1 The Victor
as Thompson and Ray Ingram TAU .11... .I IS. 10 sot. "DINE and DANCE" ,
I loaded the bases with PITCHING i
/ one out. W ERA;
Q W b
\ Drop In. "; However. Wralnea bounced to BrbM ..7 s 0 a 11 2 uJ. !
4 Helsley who farced Montgomery Ar.::. -0-t 01 IIi ATSEYMOURJS PAUL GERHARD
tt "
Be\iad 1 0 s
We'll ; To erve Your at home, and Milton Vincent The.p.i... I" 0 S 1 011
(Contained. On Griffin> 1' 1 I 11.11
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.Jo.- REPORT TO BE GIVEN Woman Club at 11 a. a. Sun:r STUART'HOLDS Stuart FFA Boys Win State ond session and several other planning to take late-summer, i I

Dr: Charles A, Carrlel will day Jamel Wood and Kenneth I faculty members are tentatively college work. I +tlCLARK'S I
peak on The Greatest Sin U I Uewellen will five brief repocti I tI "

Lack of Purpose" at the Pre by- on the Presbyterian youth con (Continued from. Page Two) Title at Daytona Convention II"'L
Urtan Church service at the ferenceTILTON'S I
sharp single to ,left scored only PAINT SHOP I
-- Douglas as Jim Walton was slow (Tw. report from the FFA i the contest The Stuart team : ,
convention In Daytona Beach representing the 8th ristrtct won OVER AAP STORl ON 41 LET ; I rJI
from second
away were published In The Stuart We /hand lob
arc prepared to He<*ny type i
SUNDRIES over from each of the
was held at third. Fred Robinson News last week. However, the ,
then forced Wralnes at third followlni Is a more detailed report five other districts in the State. AUTOMOBI AINTING 11 ; ;
renting tne side of the tlz.day affair Two members of the team '
Stuart immediately evened this one of the boys from here who Robert Greene and Emerson II ':
SUN TAN OIL SUN'' ADE SUN GLASSES denciu bnipes dropped a bit In attended) Kramer, were delegates of the NO JOB TPOLAlRCE OR TOO SMALL I ;;:,::1 :
snore lett and with heads-up The FFA Submitted ; l
CANDIES TOBA JEWELRY parliamentary pro- Stuart$ chapter at the annual Ettimat f Without Obligation ,
it to second for
running legged cedure team from Stuart was a '
SODA F TAIN a oouoie Muncn s sacrmc puanea happy outfit last Wednesday State convention In Daytona W. R. ClARK, Proprietor ,J
SODAS ICE CR: SANDWICHES: him to turd and !kllle,'* night for they had won the Beach and Introduced several I', j
grouna single Drought him home State parliamentary procedure motions which were passed lr'1
NEWSPAPERS MAGAZINES 'l'ne rain, which: stopped the champlonihlp The State Farmers Degree !
game for 10 minuets. winos Douglas It win a heated contest but Which Is the highest honor that MAR IN COUNTY ,; Ilt : ;
batted In the 4th, broke out but the Stuart boys weren't to
again ]ut as !'O IplllO wu re- be beaten that night. They had can be given to any Future WELL RI HERS" ''i' ,;IIi'i: :
lueo In tne nth ana action hait- act the State title M their goal Farmer In the State was con
ea again lor a halt hour Ai> and accomplished It. ferred on Quigley, Smith and Wells Dr|led,, Cle eel. Etc. !'
WANTEDImmediately tnouga tne Ugnt downfall per This team composed of JeueQulgley Robert Montgomery. These boys i'' 'fl I
rate, play finally was resumvu Donald Terry Alonzo had outstanding projects and Have Your Work one A Licensed Driller \j "
ana aiuart quickly tied tne Smith, Stephen Huddle Robert kept accurate records of them. {
count again tuupes led on with Greene 'and Emerson Kramer The boys said they had an Pro Service i i ir'1 r'1 li i l :
Jill tmia hit, took second as placed second In the State contest enjoyable time in Daytona and Phone 107-X-J 310 East Fourth St j :
Montgomery threw out Munch lut year and vowed that hope that they can return next 1
and uasnea home when Heuieyariiiea they would be back again this year. AR ,ES MATES :I : ; ,: :
a single througn snort-. year The boys Instructor Is C. W.
CASH/ER/ stop The Jbtuart' lures -sacaerskippea The team received several Long who has been affiliated .. .. r rH( ; 'f'Ijl
to second when hooin- prizes for winning/ the'State with Future Farmer work for --- -- '!It I
son lose tne relay from the out- title. These Included a $25 check more than 26 years
lieio. ana neaata lor third and for first place, a blue and gold '
then home when Harrell tiled to banner Inscribed State champsand TEACHERS TO STUDY ? : i" I '!ilt
y I center: and Douglas heave to a beautiful gold trophy with AT IT OF FLORIDA ,
APJCAFETERIA yh mica went wild. Stuart Inscribed on it This ,,
ice box score: trophy has to be won' by.the Mrs Harris Lowery 8r, Mrs : y
I'UMPANO same chapter for three consecutive Eddie Lee Smith and Miss Edith ... I i iTh ?*}
..... ....1.......AII.XPOAE1I..te. .. Of r 5 years before the chaptercan Glenn teachers of the Stuart 'f: ;))111'l1
urns.r.. ........ I ," e I have permanent possessionof school have entered the University :
-......... ....._...1 II & It the boys have their goal of Florida at Gainesville ere Are ; !
..': -I:. ";;:::;":.: : It : : set for next year for the first term of summer
....., .. .
eS' _If.._.__..... r e l The team received a ovation school QUESTIONS I
.-...-.. .. .... .. .. ..... .". ", .I "' .' from 'the judges as well as from Wendell D. Waten band di 'tvTli''

l/.nt.w........n-el w ...,_.......,.1.. I. ., Y 1 .. rM Y the huge crowd that witnessed rector plant t o,attend the sec- You may have liked jourtelf, many titles 1 1,1. I

t .-6.tt d for a.n....r u e rth.tAal t. iii And just as many time ]you haven't V*<3 the I j {, ,. I.
d foe IM.i. .. / I IAII..POA& : Il II I.1"I.

.i.; Wow. of Sv.fNf ehl... ... ........ ........ . Ann A N S S. <
ir p ..... n _............... I a 1 un > : /1"" '
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.Wrwr r e e rprnr
N .... ....... .. e Y. a Y.strew They have beenj "Where QtatfGtt Jewelry of Choice
n. .'.004 .. II Quality?" orl"Where CajJrf Get Expert Watch Repairing "
THISWJ H.II _._. Under
.1 s e e Ne
NOTICE q .... --.-.. Y. r w anagement Done?" S\\ :

''SUMMER! .crow U. ,
Tko:;:: t r.ft ..:..::....s e i e i i iM..rr solve these probtejfls for ou7 l )

Slip bM dm eli f We Owij Watch
r cool M t ibntaf' e* to! Kuffle. Notice is hereby given the E alization Board of they i r 'J
t\it ... ... .......... ..
dial h ddica. l loci looping ,lams City of Stuart will meet n Mo July 7, 1947. at the .., I stale Fitted I Engraving ;1 ,
M s.diisq l lilt hooldo-knjth ofUK hour of 10 A. M., at its ual eeting place in the City ;! '7"; .44eBelt..d '7-;.1 AMOCO ATIO DIXIE HIGHWAY
.. ..... 1
,end cticadt the for
deem dim Ar.we Ia ah.a..r.w. '
Hall of said City at whit pl e and time, the City Assessment ._.... ... X I
toe. b 1& rh Service Speciality 1,1,
LaPOINTE'SImported ,
Milt All dm mdmitiMnt
[ splints Roll for the yea 4 will be submitted to said naryrra.r ... .tw ....... u .Wn r f t
Undo. summer pollen in lisM-iM. y l.ei.I oY '
...... Board for approval, further otice ta hereby given that VUMrAMU..... _.. ..!N III ..o.MrN ".-...I i'i'I
deed I mVIDEM fabric kihecrfiroeBEMBERG Io. _..._._..... ... ... '
.. *. G.oeab4 all persons desiring to have c ections made in said Roll, MttM la..L>WMIlM. Vi.II. BMM.n and Costume Jewelry : !it!
...., II. .w. ..... .... all_ .. A. ROSBURY, Manager !
Nay BIoI. J4i/J a 24w.'ksaeed .' whether In the Iwtinjf, valua ,n f property, or otherwise, ....-- .. w.r...... -.... eras rWrw.r. !
.., .. .. ...... VICTORY ARCADE STUART, FLA.
Toads Mute are required to file with the ity ditor and Clerk, on or P. &At.. ...._ ___ ,M 1, :
it rorww I.
before the day, previous to he me ing of said Equalization -" .. ......_... "LYrWee/ 1M.IW. .. ,110. : I
............ .. .... .... ...
$10.95 Board as aforesaid, t eir Petition setting forth their Irn Y.Ye1N, Ie....... .......o.......... rasa.n. ---- --- =--- -.. ': ',
objections to such Asses eat and the orrections which eo.err.. I. ..s 1/onpoe. .. '51 J. wraYr "" ] I ;]
a/// ?a ruY WI rMw II'
they desire to have mad .. I,
_il7na. tnW Ira N'atth.rnr
Stuart ... ......&..
.. J. ANrl. ....a .... ....YYN. ..m.d. :
....-...... ... ...
rt w14a r I. I
_. .. .. ... fMSHBiqqtmtrucknewsiyeal;
-- L. B. Eurit vtt ibomp I ao .be 1s
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........ rinsed :
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wn.-I', .rN ... ..._,. .la.w-I....
Department Store _
As City Auditor and Clerk. miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiibObituaries

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NOW Mrs Tamlne Marie Jorgensen I( .
73. J pioneer resident of Walton '
died at her home Monday ; .
morning after a long Illness 'Rr ; I,
withPROMPT Funeral services conducted by I1'I,

'- Vnlon the Rev Congregational H. H. Jones of Church the P ;,,1 il

were held at Johns Funeral
SERVICE Home here at 2 yesterday after- ,'I''j
noon with burial In Fern Bill '

...,. Cemetery Mrs. ,.
/ Jorgensen and her husband j
A. on the late John K. Jorgensen :
: ,(1
came to Walton more than ,
32 yean ago from Norway and
JOBS became Interested In agricultural
development near the town.
She Is survived by a son, John I -r-----i r !l Iil IilI'
FENDER REPAIRS 8. Jorgensen of New Tork City; ; i'i'I '
BODY anH a daughter Mrs Andrew Johnson : "
of Walton and three grandchildren I ,
Miss Thelma Johnson 1 I' l
GLASS INSTALLATIONS now studying In New York Mrs. I"
Stanley Young of Lake View
Ore, and Stanley X.: Jorgensen

V MORE an art FERTILIZER student in New DDE' York.' tlwt% StGH P I;I '

Spring Lake Beach;N. J, June
We were swamped with w/rRSall/ winter and it was impossibfe.for 26 >... Good news for the American : ; ,

I / body and jobs annual farmer convention came from of the the 22nd CHEV* LET TRUCKS I' LflJ
us handle, all, th paint national \ i f
Wp, A, tup.BUT where! Fertiliser Maurice Association H. Lockwood here 1t; ; ( :

which piled. I NEA's president predicted that ,. ',\
I I per cent more fertiliser would NEW FOUR-POINT DRIVER COM.FORTi RM f. i I i
\ I be produced during the year 1 1. The cob IM "bf oH.>..." wflfirie u e WD TIDE, 1 1 !
NOW IN MID MMER : ending June 30. IMS than during 2. DrtvVt co the current fertilizer end 4M|..r-wMt more .Ug roes 'ft'f r'b:' '
I year. 3. WMw.d........men comfortable greatest contribution to driver comfort and safety In truck hlitoryl '[ 'f
wait-My ..djutl.ble.1ar,", :
/WORK FOR YOU. tit l Yd/, b ltv See this truck Vt our showroom I See today's newest trucks, withPLpO.MOUNTED !

.ito,agalrat* end vlbralkm road..ikoda, tof the cab that"break\hea"-that "Inhales" fresh air and "exhales"used I t

1Ironi.e, tlvrdlor FRAMES.IONOCR '
Phone 24 Box No. 277VERO WHEEISASSS.INCRIASSO air-keeps glass clear and free+from fogging. See this line of advance-:

:; FOR QUICK) EXPERT SERVIC1 B FLORIDA LOAD end SFACI. h pkfc. design trucks, with new.increased: load space: longer*than-ever wheel

Plsstie a Aluminum tips pan** -

" '. Estimates Free W4 Tile _VAlVMN4UA werld'. moil .conoMkal TRUCK ENGINES lor wlrilxe. ,bases and a host of other Improvements destined to make Chevrolet r ,

Asphalt oor 7'l .,

Floor n 'andF' HYDRAULIC' TRUCK SRAKIS-k even more highly preferred by truck buyers. ""ZZXZlIlCHOOSI == '

h wtHi" ..dint>e d...... far crMtarcontactenure
....... ..*..*. '
;Ordway: 'int &Body, Sh Ru, Clean : efcrtopi.. CHEVROLET TRUCKS FOR TRANSPORTATION UNLIMITED -

, Our only I :. tivo it

, .' '. Mart Ciounty,

;Old! Dfxi,I Highway: ', Phbne 9135 Stuart Martin GEORGE County kEITH CWners',. Royal: l Palm Chevrolet'Co .

Bidg.{ Stuart FU. Phone 9124
. ,Krueger ,


L.,,'' b tin "sdNh'6ts/ '! r' ,
.M a. A x 1oIr \'prot"ta'yl." S.4'

1 'FOCB THE 8TCART' TfcWS. *TtAKT:MaitU County, rtOBflBA., MVMDAt' ;'fCM:M, 4M1.I .

If' U I Society i $35, however, and then Cadwell, George Leeman James last week to their home In Central Fred Pedersen, Mrs:0 D Quigley the business\ meeting u" ,
FISH DRY NETS was staged by the Lftdln !- mately Sever. Pedersen
$35 FOR CHILDREN of St. Joseph's Church at,was plenty of fUh, cole slaV. Merrlman Ernest Eicon andGeorge LKNT COMPANY, Square\ K T.. after eight I and tha hostess! Mrs. gave the lesion us
I [ potatoe salads, baked beans and Zarnlls. months here employed with Sunrise Mr and Mrs. P. i Soottan! and as her subject} "The yjnj
1 Rainy weather kept away the I the log cabin. The fund for sendIng I The who worked and Oasale Oodi
rolls for the two baseball team women on Inc two daughters. Joan Purposes' Present
I expected crowd at the benefit local children to the church,> and their families who were the committee, headed by Mrs PLANS TO ISSUE Products\ Mae, motored to West Palm Mrs George Oeborn, 1 !
I netted api/roxl Nellie Included Mrs Mrs W. M. Mart and Mr and *(* t,t
,: fish try Sunday afternoon which summer camp guests of the spon.orlnllOClety. Peieoni. Beach Monday on business.Jesse Wllbar Mrs 8
j D
I The committee expressed appreciation Veronica Hendrlckson, Mrs''Erti- Mrs Jim Marr and children ot Quigley, Donald Terry Beret
: to the many who est Rlcou, Mrs James Merriman, NEW SECURITIES S Robe Sound spent four days last and Alonso Smith attended the Fred Pedersen, Mrs, O.I 0) a
i'' SALES > See Us For I contributed labor and food towards Mrs. Leeman Mrs H. B. Ralnr', week.In Naples visiting Mr. and PTA convention In Daytona Icy Mrs Martha Whltu.MM .
i the community Bet-to Mrs, Ed Bemsky and Mrs Mich- Mrs. Arlo Carson. They also were Beach and won a trophy for W; L. Merrltt tsRE
,, Repairs; and gether Bill Pitchford donatedthe ael Harklns. sightseeing In Fort Myers and the year.Ma. --.
Power and Light
The Florida
I 200-Ibi of fish: Beyers' Bakery Immokalee.Mr. Oeorge Osborn) president
SERVICEt Parts 500 rolls; Cromers Market, COURSES PLANNED Company has filed applicationwith and Mrs. A. 1. DeLoachand opened the Ladies Missionary\
j 1 the'cabbage and the Flggly- Daytona Beach, June 26 the Securities and Exchange son, Jimmie, and Mrs. Ella Society Wednesday evening at
I Wiggly the flour and cracker Recreational and profit-possibi Commission In Philadelphia ; Prescott were business callers in the church by singing TU So
I ARNOJrtBAUER\ meal l Mrs, Harold Rosbury, Mrs lities were) emphasized here by for permission to Issue $39- Fort Pierce Saturday.Mr. Sweet to Trust In Jesus" and
Joe Constance and Mrs, Louise State Markets officials In an- and Mrs George Osborn Scripture, John M:1-21 She also
St. Lucie Boulevard I Phone 142-W Hitch made large bowls of sa.ad. nouncing plans for the operationof 000.000 In new securities to raise! spent Sunday In Fort Pierce read an article, "Abner Nelson's D
Preparing the fish were Bill short courses In native craftsat part of the money required to visiting Mr. Ctaborn /sister, Mrs I Testimony from India". After
------ porter, Ralph. Hartman Jr., Ben I Holly Hill in July and August meet its $85,000,000"construction E. O. Pank -
i -- program it was announced this Mrs A. L. Brown and son, LISTEN
OUR OWN week by company president Mc Joe, and Jimmie Thompson motored .1
Abstract Service Gregor Smith In New York City to Fort Pierce last week on
I t.I t. % Black The company'sa construction business 1--P 4r v5A4
1 Mrs. Richard Brown and children .1h
1 \ being pushed forward -
PROMPTNESS ACCURACY COURTESY program of Vero Beach Betty Brown *
In anticipation growing of Fort Pierce, Mrs Lewis Crews *
!I TEAl2lb.Pkg Abstract'' and Insurant Co.; Inc. demands for electricity In the I and children of Ocala and Mrs 1
Tit area served by the company,I W F Woodward and aylQnhe ofOshteevllle ( I'Every
Smith said: The securities the spent -
LORIJ visiting Mrs A. L. Brown.
1 1.lb. Pkg.
contemplates selling
1 company John
STUART, Mrs Lewis and George
are $10000000 principal, amountof Lewis of Fort Lauderdale calledon
10 Victory ArcadeFran 6u.enberry.; Pres.. first mortgage bonds, $10- Mrs. Ellen Lewis lost weekend '
} 33c 64c 000,000 In debentures and $15- .
I hM-eau, al4WIK I ?IG II.CQ; 000000 In preferred stock Part Joe Brown and Jimmie Mon., Wed., Fr945A.8
-- ,
I [7s- ADVEKTISEMENTRom of the proceeds of the sale of Thompson spent. last week end
securities will be used to retire In Miami. '
No. 2 Can CRISCO I -- debentures and notes of the Jlmmle Homan and Jlmmle:
where J'gjt...fy Joe Marsh company now,outstanding WIRA
I PINEAPPLE 1 27c Thompson were dinner guests of
I'' : : Smith said that If the company I
.. Joe Brown Sunday.
ANN PAGE APRICOT 3-lb. Is able to meet Its time The Home Demonstration Club _
1' 16-ci. Jar C an. JLal4u4k9 schedule the securities probablywill met at the home of Mrs S. D.
PRESERVES .27c __ f.i?:: CrtWy Hat be offered at competitive Bever Monday After I an hour
y' bidding early In August, ,
Ni'CPAGE-SPARKLE- of handwork cake and punch
JELLO 3Pkgs 20c DUZ NATiOlLliRMCenlintied Mrs George Osborn, Mrs E. A. fRgN 11w
SULTANA Baldwin, Mrs W L. Merritt MnToday's .'n"rnt PgRKERtor
16-oz. Jar Large One at these "Breakfas s the as ahe's lot up with Ed's pip and ,
PEANUT BUTTER 31c Box 30c m Kiting"radio iihowiinmoCapi- the oIKtitaittle freedoms hi enjoys ( From' Page/: One)'
>ol I lly!ls-lweeksndSsr! r/h dray Milk -Today
I .. MILK 'BONE won llrM prut the They' got that refrigerator Ala.: J. L. Severance, branch O
tomtwifi crsi -
/i it hut in the audwn/. It wu home no stacked with beer) and manager, Columbia, S. C.; Leon Producedand
--1------ a
we'r goink over tonight to drinks s
F Roberts, branch ,
full-siaed ?
DOG FOOD refrigerator| /(The price, toast-notluattoSarrah'ahata tak Jacksonville ,
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not the dot.) / s
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NABISCOFIG / ing first prim but to a happily Mrs Thelma Scott, branch PasteurizedIn
I led
< I our i hats o hen paid off
married eoiph, who've learned Columbus, Oa. Mrs
NEWTONS .. .21c / to manager ;
it 1 la L" Ed
ea9 treating the ,
live with
-- -- onk another differences Mary Piper, branch managerMobile Martin County
TALCO-20% 16-ot. 30c I i .thing like rfjoke But you in taiteilhather it'a a taste for Ala.; J. C. Williamson,
\ DAIRY 4.24 Jar. rnld ce h? was /roud of Sirrah. hats or beer branch manager, Hew Orleans, Barat's BELL
trim Jthnt'i DairyP.
whew I- \ another READ
I La.; C. D. Greene branch man
I thing Fd can bnfrroud of the r
: way ager, Baton Rouge, La.;
,,1 FRESH, FRUITS & VEGETABLES hf |put upIh hose tutu of tJC Ralph V. Meade, branch manager O. Box 1042 Stuart o RRAINE B R.S
CRISP ISEBERG Snrrah'swh ereraeeitieism,just Aususta, Oa; Mrs. Bessie
I t r McPherson branch manager,
LETTUCE 2H. L.23c Vicksburg, Miss:; Miss Juanita
... / pyiA,19,1.Valid Store' ;'Brewers,MM .. GREEN:,FIRM - 'Te\ ,
I .. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Winder, GROCERY
area manager Nashville;Term;
C //u.. 7e
.' C-ABBAGE Lb. .; _. u. __ CENTRAL KETMEA E. E. Montgomery, distributing
station ,
r [ARCE, RIPE i I M.manager Abele,educational Atlanta Oa.jHenry department ;

CANTALOPES t* ....,:,. _. 19c15c : / and Prof.,E.Birmingham Nyberg head of Ala.the; ALL BRANDS of 1' V \1)i\ ) ) /

GREEN-TOPPED 7! PRODUCE and GROCERIES r educational department from TALL MILK 2 2C. \ f

the.Westfield, Mast, home office --.-.-.-_--. ....._.._..__ ,.._ .23cArmours
CARROTS IfJL.2 Stanley Home Products
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COfcVENlEflTLY LOCATED2nd handles sales lines similar to Star Corned Beef Campbell's Tomato
SWEET.. CALIF. T T--f that of Fuller Brushes, 16-oz. '
specializing -
\ and Akron / \. Joe Brook in "club sales" While no HASH ': cOUP I 3 3' '.25c
PLUMS 2 39c announcement has yet been Can. n__.""...'h: Can._.: ...
tLo. __ ,
t I made for Its plans for the property -

j 1 11, Lb........ 49c SPECIALSSpecials sonnel the and It local Is viewed advantages, property as probable will projects be,that developed ,:I SUGAR 5 Lbs. .- -____. .... n..._._... __u.n,..__I__ I 47c
as some form of headquarters

I':t 'i Gold FLOUR Medal I tE Po*T t CORN L STIES SOAP 13- zpk.l3c I For Friday, Saturday! June 27.28 announced While the transfer for no, documentary the purchase Southern indicate price stampson group that was LORRAINE DRESSING Z SALAD 2\.. -o g'7 I CROSE KETCHUP& BLACKWELL!B y .TOMATO.23cfor.

I frLA\KES\ Lg. Box .27c the deal Involved approximately


I 'I I JEWEL -- SCRATCH\ 25.Ib.1.23 Baggy MILK 21'an.---.1 i 25c SALERNO iiuimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiit NEWSBy PORK AND BEA / _. .'_eL.19c

Shortening HERB- X FOUILLON:
31' 9c COMSTOCK PIE MRS. O. D. Q0IGLETuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiimiiimimiiii GENEVA CUT r
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I ,j"l 4-lb.bag--- 1,2F ARGO STAR H UNDRY 12-oz.pkg., 8c APPLES 2 :. ._.,_.__ ___ 35c Mrs Mrs John: Rasmus K. Anderson Mortensen motoredto and BEETS Cans 2 for C I, SAUCE ::.' 2 for ..25cOSAGE

Borden'sHEMO MALTED FOOD DRINK-- West Palm Beach Thursdayon
II. .j business.Mrs. .
I \ 1lb. Can

iI. I f''i COCOMALT ,._. 43c ST. BEANS 2v"Ca: z 25c and mother.. Albert Mrs Brown R. M.of Elmore Miami, ORANGE JUICE E Z::I: .; 19c

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t r N' Powder Form BORDEN'S % of Dothan,Ala., and Urs Charlie _
I A t J Powdered' or Liquid Brown of Pansy, Ala. called on

t I i 1 11b I S9c_ MEMO ....\........ .69c DIXIE CRYSTAL CA / Mrs E. B.A. Avant L. Brown motored Sunday up from Barrmgton HallCOFFEE TETLEY'S ORANGE'PEKOETEAJT

"' SUGAR 5 K 47c Miami Friday, His\ wife and two (
I 'I A & P SUPERITE EATS'SHOULDER ..__. daughters Penny and Linda, accompanied Lb. .. _._ : ._..-... .._ 19cMAGIC
1 him home after five
SUPER days here visiting her mother, CHEFMACARONI f
i 't Mrs. A. L. Brown.

; VEAL ROAST Lb.. .._.._... 43c SUDS 33c Mr. and Mrs. Foster Andrewsand DINNE! 2
;1 1' j' FRESHr ??. ._.__..._.___ _.._. two daughters, Sara Jane Pkj 19c
.t' and Roberta Lou, of New Or.
I leans are here visiting 'Mrs
GROUND BEEF Lb.37c Andrews mother, Mrs. chrk
JUICE 2 ":2 Miller, and Mr. Miller. MAR ETPEdALS ISWIFT'S
:: 25c
I BTET ._ Mr. and Mrs. Orman Eggles-
ton and son Benny, returnee .
I RIBS 42c _
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BLEACH Yz.gallon'k..21c Qt. \\Uc_ BOOTH OE 7BOOTH' Oleo, All wet or NuVco Ib. 39*

BORAX, One Pound Box....,., Se ANTHON ,LULA'WALDI

G CLEANSER, 2 Cans ?...... ._.........w.__ ..I c The Complete Fooq StoreCROMER'S
$2 ash
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THX STt )Y NEW 8'Pt7AOT;Martin\ County, FLORIDAV THUMOAT, JtNI ". 1147.JOCIAL .
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today fpr Tampa to attend the volunteer and professional petit 1t11I '
NEWS and WEEK I two-day educational meeting for worker. '. I -I, ,'j' I
Happenings of the IN STUART I..IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllll/1. / .111111111111111111 1=1 1 1..I..........................................._......"....._....... V-,I II ', I I

R3. ,. K. MTRICK and Mrs. Dalton Anderson u JOHNSONSTILLERRITES Mr. and Mr. Ted Chambers I tip for ice-box raiders .1 :: i' ,;

NORiD AT SHOWER I IdJ'l. hostesses. A pink and blue color SOLEMNIZEDThe : McClure-Hanson WeddingTo and daughter Ann, of Hobe

i. R- I'rlck.he'' former, scheme was carried out In decoration I Sound left this afternoon for 3
Alfar Chocolate Milk
: marriage of, Miss Mildred Jacksonville where they 'Will
[in Moore. Of,Mtaml :was;.ur- and refreshments. Atea Virginia Stiller and Clifford Be Held at 7 TonightHighlight join Mr and Mrs. R. L. Mllam C A j
|,oed<|with a stork shower Satur- wagon converted Into a pink and Mr. and Mr*. Bob Martinto s
I. afternoon at the Homer D: and blue peramulator loaded Johnson of Salerno wall solemnized go tomorrow to Cashier, N. I It'. a wise, cooperating mother i ij ,
of the social event tended Robert best
dBOD home, with Mm. Hudson with\ gifts and presented to Sunday afternoon at the Harrell C., to spend two weeks at the who keeps her refrigerator regu-t"j ;, :
Salerno Baptist Church with the of Stuart this week will 'be the : man, with Donald Burroughs; Mllam mountain cottage. t

single ring ceremony by the Rev. marriage! of Mia Betty Hanson, William Armor, James Harrell e ..... | larly stocked with Alfar Chocolate ;/, ,
11 1 111 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald and Joseph Courson, ushers. 1- '
Claude F. Holland, Visiting I I Marcia McPherson, daughterof I Milk. "i 'J' ,;
L. Hanson of Tallahassee, to Following the wedding; a reception Mr. and Mrs. Dorminey Mc- !' I
1 VENETIAN evangelist. Mr. Daniel McClure, ton of.Mr. will be given by the Pherson'of Salerno, and her | That food deep chocolate flavor blended with all the'goodness = \ 'II!:
IINDSI The bride, gowned in white and Mr. Wilson McClure, of bride' parent at the H. J. aunt Mrs. Leonard Smith, wentto I
= of Alfar Milk. All the element of nourishment '
:: II
Stuart. The wedding ceremonywill Greene home on Stypmann '
satin with a full-tenth train Jacksonville last week end
Bt'r: = and sealed in thafVills =
plus a flavor r ,
take at candlelight I After two-week energy {
place a a wedding where Marcia took entrance
examinations I
and veil, was given in marriageby : please palate. Oh, boy, it's the moat delicious :B jl t
m.'tonight any
her father, Fred L. Stiller. service I at T p. at the of the State the young couple at the School for
She was attended by Mia Lucille Baptist Church. The pastor the will be at home to friend at the Nursing at Riverside Hospital.She i plunder you ever saw for pilferers on the prowL "" i ,I ', I Jill' :
Blanton. honor Mist Rev. Phil Maxwell, will officiate McClure home In Eldorado Height was graduated this month = I i J
a* maid of ,
Clara McCulley and Miss Jerry with the double ring ritual. ; *. They plan to enter college from Martin County High School Order several I bottles today! I !;
E FURNISHINGS Ann Smith:, brides-maids. Candle lighter: will be the little together in September.Both and will enter Riverside. In Sep. ( ; i ira1 "' c I
Three, brothers of the bride sister of the bride Dorothy Han young people are well- tember i- 1
attended the bridegroom.. Charles son, and Jollne Klckllter. known in Stuart having been -e- : E r y ':1'\\;\> ,
Stiller was best man and The bride win be given In graduated; from \the local high Donald'' Burroughs and Joe I \
Francis and Hubert Stiller served marriage by her father and will school. McClure served with the Courson, Stetson University : ;. ir; '
McMillan F/rnitdre Co. be attended Miss Minnie for two and 1i
as ushers. by paratroopers year students, are home from Drland ALKA = ,ii" '"
ORANGE AVE. FO/T PIERcfr PHONE 699 The nuptial music was playedby 'Louise Greene aa maid of honor baa been associated in business for the week end to take part In : :
Mrs. Edna Coutant and Miss Miss Lorraine McPherson, Miss with his father here "since he the Hanson-McClure wedding 1.: I :
Mildred Clonta, Mill Peggy Jo returned. Miss Hanson is a Juniorat tonight. 5 i
Phyllis and Mlss'Joe Ann Constance
Sang. Ulmer and Mill Margaret Parker the Florida State University.Her e A-.. r ''I : .
bridesmaid arrived here Tuesday Bob 01 studentat \
parent Harrell senior
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Mrs Johnson was a membet | i
456 Drive
of the 1946 graduating class of The bridegroom will be at. to attend the wedding.Mr. Miami University at Oxford, 7175 I' .
Special Special Special! the Martin County High School I Ohio la visiting his mother, Mrs. I WEST PALM BEACH I : ;
and a popular member of \the JOHNSON-UTTMAN J and Mrs. Henry O.i Kind Louise Harrell, for the summer 3 ; (
younger social set here. Mr Johnson ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED ,I red returned last Thursday from months. llllllllllllllllllllllllllllimilHIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII/ / IIIIMIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIII, i N'ri''.I :I '
Reduced Prices ? a graduate of the Okee- Mr. and Mrs.: Albert Marlon I Birmingham where they visited -e- .
chobee High School, la known her parents. Mrs. Kindred Miss Olney Eurlt and Mrs. Fred ,
Johnson of Gainesville have announced >
here for his appearance with spent three weeks there and he Orman, Stuart teachers left last New; kind of "i: 1.1
local orchestras and radio programs the engagement and Joined her for the last 10 days. week for Tallahassee to enter water ;
After a hort wedding trip approaching marriage ot.their Florida State University summer '
the young couple will be at hometo daughter; Evangeline anney, Mill Chee Chee Rlcou, who Is school. They were Joined thereby dries the dishes too 4 !, ;4
spending the summer with her a former Stuart' teacher Miss I iii'iii'I ,
their friends in Salerno.
to Mr. James Felix Llttman, son ,.I
10-INCH POLAR CUB Were Now parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl J.Rlcou Azallne I Klckllter, now of.i Or } '1
of and Mrs. Michael George
the honoree by little Bonnie Sue spent-last; Week end In lando. 1 VI

Oscillating Fans ($14.60)) $!!MO) well and Kay and Hudson.Mrs, Fred Mrs. Phil Pedersen Max- LIttman take of place Stuart.Aug.The 3 weddingwill In the Miami. Mr. and Mrs.-e-Charles H. Kind- i I j' ,,

Salerno, won prizes in novel I First Prtsbyrterlan Church at Mr. and Mr. Price French returned red are now In Knoxville, Tenn., Sill : '1 I'I'I I
12-INCH AND 18-INCH MEAT contests which: featured the en Gainesville. this week from Nyack where he has entered summer I (I : II :'
tertainment. Mrs. Earl Tillman N. Y., Washington D. C., and school at the University of Tenn : '
Blocks I assisted the hOl"In" serv Miss Johnson Is a graduate of other Northern cities where they essee. Coach Kindred will con- 'I.j :
Cutting ($3.95)) $2.95 P. K. Yonge Laboratory Schoolof visited relatives and friends for tinue work on his Master's de- I I ;,'.' ,I I I II'
ing.Others attending were Mrs. Gainesville and for the past three weeks. They were accompanied gree which he began last summer 1 ,

ATTRACTIVE ORNAMENTAL Lee DeLoach, Mrs. L. C. Moore, two yean, attended the Florida by their daughter Mary at Maryvllle College at I ; .: I .
Mrs. Leland! Bauer, Mrs. J. C. State University at Tallahassee.Mr. Margaret. The younger daughter Maryvllle, Tenn.e I I'
Lamps\ Jr. Mrs. Hastings *. Norma and Alice, were
Floor ($32.50)) $22.50 Littman la a graduate ot Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smouse I :
Munch, Jensen, Mrs. A. O. guests of Mrs. J. R. Pomeroy, Jr., '
Munch. Wrt. Abe Blair Mrs. Wilson Boles School of Jacksonville and during their absence. have gone to State College Pa., Dashes dry to .sparkle See the new Permutttulomatic ,: \ 1"1
24-INCH ALUIKitchen IN McClure, Mrs. O. H. Crews, the -University of Florida. The for the summer where he has without toweling when Home Water Con- ," i
O. E. will make their Mr. and Mrs. Charles John are entered Pennsylvania State Col- ; I
Mrs. L. C. Klckllter, Mrs. young couple boner today. Easy'to own. '
StooIsV$7.50)( ) $5.00 Kreider, Miss Margaret Parker home in Qulncey. visiting relatives and friends In lege to continue work on hisMaster' ,...uh.d'.nd rinsed in I "
Miss Jean Parker, Miss Peggy Columbus Ohio during a vacation degree. Mr. Smouse Is Permutit softened witrr, P R M UTI I T' 1,1 : ,
head of the department of Industrial :
Ulmer Mis*. Dorothy Sullivan, MISS HANSON FETED of three weeks. Mr. John wills make laun. I
Soft water
30in. WKl 95)) $8.9542INCH Stevenson and Is employed by Shark Industries, arts of Martin County turn i /'mr.l"ol..r .
and Mrs. John
< I
whllou :
School. try sparkling white .
Mrs. Owen .Qulgley of Salerno. Inc, here but expect to be High m !
REX AIRATE Miss Betty Hanson, bride of transferred to the Miami office HEALTH WORKERS GO ruinous ruUiing.! Bath an SOF inlo.WATER ,1"U I I I I
Stomachs shortly after their return to TO EDUCATION MEET '
Upset shampoos are ; I i
this week, was honored recentlyat
Attic Fans ($169)) 5)) $13 .e Yield Inches Of tWo bridal showers Includingone Stuart. AT Miss TAMPA Flora Mae TODAY Stanley County W\rCcJtgC; 'h

Gas And Bloat"I for the college group and Mrs. Julie Tole of the Stuart school nurse Miss Olga Olsen East Coast .
LARGE CHARCOAL GARDEN another for adult Miss Minnie Villa entertained at dinner last X-ray technician at the Stuart I '
was so full of gas I was Louise Oreene, a classmate at Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. hospital, and Mrs. Ralph Hartman 530 South 4th St. Fort Pierce, Fla. ;
Stand afraid I'd burst. Sour, bitter Florida State University, enter John Oray. Mrs. Gray left Saturday secretary of the Martin .
$27.00) $21.00 Tel. Ft. Pierce 884 532-W
Cooking (
) substance rose up in my throat talned 18 guest; at her home on for Burlington, Iowa, for County Chapter of the Infantile or j :i4iw. 1;ii,
from my upset stomach after Stypmann Blvd. Friday and the summer, Paralysis Foundation, Inc left I I I I A Iii
GLEAMING CHRQMINUM meals. I got INNER-AID, and it Mrs, L. C. Klckllter was hostessto e WMr. ., I'' '
worked Inches of gas and bloat 50 guests at her Eldorado and Mrs. Mark Smith and "L'r'I', : :! :

KromexFrig-I-Tor$7.50)( ) $6.50KEEPS from me. Waistline .Is way down Height home Monday afternoon son, Irving Handy, left Tuesdayfor '
now. Meal are a pleasure. I ; Massachusetts where the I';' "i'' I'
ICE CUBES praise Inner-Aid to the sky.-*, The Klckllter home was pro Smiths will visit his brother and ,- I J
This is an actual testimonial. fusely decorated with vari- drive .home a new ear.' Handy i :
and we can verify it. colored garden flowers and pas will visit his father on the return 't' (I "
INNER-AID Is the new formula 1 tel shades were used in a huge trip. Good News : '
Martin Electric
Co. :
County containing medicinal Juices umbrella which hung over a '- \,\,( ::' ., : :' ; !
from 12 Great Herbs; these herbs glass-top table on the veranda Warren B. Tllton Jensen Ij',I' ".v' "\""., f'' 11
cleanse bowels clear gas from both of which were covered with Beach Is a patient at the vet '! '
D.hon BIdg. Phone 81 stomach act on sluggish liver gift for the bride-to-be.A three. erans' hospital at Miami where ADDITIONAL PIECES NOW AVAILABLEin I, : ," 'I I

J. W. KELLER, Mgr. and kidneys. Miserable people tiered white wedding cake was he was taken last week. 1i"
soon feel different all over. So ornated with tiny rosebud andcentered International Sterling patterns I Ito ,or{ "I '
don't go on suffering-Get'In-. with, a miniature bride Bill Sanders of the Pompano :, HI'

_._ .. .. ._ ner-Ald. Sold by all drug stores.' and'groom. baseball team whiflj played here ... ,I' 1
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Mrs. William Miller, daughterof last.Sunday had a pleasant reunion 7' :'
the hostess and Mr*. J. C. with a form r Army buddy .I ,. At last you can add your set of Beautiful International i 't ;' ,: ,
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\ Anthony Jr.. presided at the Joe Oreenlees or Stuart. The \I',. I, i/r+/!... ,' ,"'I' .:." 1 J j1
punch bowl and assisted in serving men served In the same outfit Sterling! I h ;., ''f
a refreshment course of In Kuysha Japaa, and had not it, ''I.II ,
SAFE PERSONAL LOANS operrfaced sandwiches cookies seen each other since they separated .A -available af tr nearly five years are those Iniecei ," j''I. i \

., and nuts. there. dupe ble service ieca in your' lnternntional Sterling wIsere "",,.t :, 1 :'I tl

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See Your mnk First For Personal Loan GET SET fOR SCORCNINi i .
Ne It Is Qlite Probable That You Will' I [1, I \

'" Save, 'Your Sel Time and Money.Bank GOooXYEAtiTRES -. 'I ,}Ir\ I

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Personal Loa are made at interest rates and thinner a enilorm 01_,.-.. $16.y.aerate .* f\v.

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,vt .on repayment basis far! re favorable to the borrower k.a(. This ,means I CM>IM>m I 1e I I IY K, y ,.., '
mom solely more ;
than'this' type of loan'fi| nvyertain other agencies. Feel 1 thousands ol exLiberal fa.vif =rteI, i\;
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free at'all times to com< 'n amiUee us for a confidential wit sow.1 a Goodrwr AllowoixMOPEH1T
t 1t' discussion 'of personal nancla needs. It is our busi- .- "1

ness and our pleasure t find .theSsjafe, way 'for you to. ..I
BALANCED V H1TI.S help toWve \
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tr borrow/ '7 MM a smoother ride 0 -cl-balance wheat 1a law Tlu SlOO!(' -
r directly ot indirectly cow} abnormal lire w dt

Make this small extra: vestment In comfot\
and serving. Slop la at Tl Service Headquar-

CITIZENS BANK OF STUART Jew today for new Go rear lire*, mounted 'cl, -

j and Balanced by "Wneel l !peclalUls"tyou
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11611' r!.1M Federal: Deserve ,System an*Federal! )Jeposlt: Insure \Corporation, '
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SERVICES OFFEREDiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiimiiiiimmimiiiiiiiiiiiii'. FROM YOUTH CONFERENCE nt tko auntS out oorwor of inldOomrnmoM BOARD'OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, MARTIN COUNTY, FLOIUDA CALL FOR BIDS tknA"tSSf

i .: Lot 4| Ikonon dofkMIntIt'll FISCAL TEAK 1M7-1MI. NOTICE "IS :HkREBV: :.floo* ttnj MARTC0UNTvoozcLosusg
to tko Souti jrsssvfJ.r.1M
debt frooi tko
PALM CITY STORE: Groceries Dr. Charles A. CarrleL pastor lino of Gov Lot 4 ....1.. nortk. t O.tOr055.0: :

CflSSIFID l [ Meat..*, Ice Cream Soft Drinks, ot the Presbyterian Church, and .,.to.. of 41 II fnrt to .. .Iron plnotkinoo TART LSection niv ockool. km ...
doflovtlnt' ll'll' to tko loft op .nlfl.ailOOSlad Op t.ioos '

Can.ie., Open evening- tf1MTON Kenneth LewelUn ot and the Jun Youngeople's Wood asd wo.t d.Sbytlae C5. rt Ot to d.s.un 00 ....51. .p4pth000s ala.01s0 .-, 1 so Co-, ,\ 8l.tr. ,..-._.... 'tZi5! looro 0I:

: TRUCK for hire), with representatives II tAo. MO and uu.ty a 41__ 10 rorwom locino. omtn = -"- Ii'II
wkorl kooo 111 Tlroil; II pllon ,0 florId.
P Association of the or at. row is 0 in.u plpo tO,
driver or without. Set E. M. church returned Monday from nk Hr uboru ol UM ItLurtilkrilnnlnc on ; Assessments and Tax ,Levies:' County Oen. School Tax Levies nU ..b... Cool ronrA UocponufoaPi.iu

Sellers at Stuart Auto Camp. Amn assoAnlos omtbueotssie ailsutoo. Non. ._. ._$10 932,148 (MUIII) xolom P'ATTUOON '
empt ( ) All .....terol .nnrto of tko nokorlu a s.
Rockledge where they spent a .h... '" .... ..... ... ,... .. .. '
RATES: te PER WORD ORDIN. Write Box 1041 tf the trainIng pipol' 1 10.05.. .....1.. .rlh..I, Exempt ........_ ..__ 1803130 Operation and Maintenance U -bod: .I' ..Idtop.. ,
week at Bummer youth nootlon or monikor
ARY MINIMUM 35e FOR 17 11501 tosS to thu ..... or Olson ., nnr
BRASIERES Girdle Health conference Approximately Tko Lo _1. dOOenIbuf Certificated ___ 7,810 Debt ServIce: ......._.___1 1.0 which. nlrvrtuml oWMTtk fa n.n.inrrik.ll .
WORDS; $c. PER WORD CAPITALS .l boise koundod on Ute 'Sooth eon-10, .ko nf nlonl ot owtnl Iknl It nu.ulrnl.nl .1;
MINIMUM 60c FOR 17 Garoients, Individually de* 150 selected teen-age boy and tko Morlkorlp. ..... of tko Bk t Lioll. U .... You 0e5 000sbn ostuij II'

WORDSiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii. signed b, Spirella. Free dlagnosk girls were there .at rCust.., ..d lot.lo .of.......!..pnrtlr.., CI In Teeo.oOlp CI.... Total .._..............._$13,(43,088 Total MlllJ Non-Exempt 6.5 III AH ..1."loid." ..- :.. 0Il IlP* bonsi Is'oseot aOG040. iQ 0Ai'ilOsNa I Ilontdo

*, Mrs. T. C. Knowles If.... 110... tl &.... uod .10.. .h.1I "" of ,hott ..... ..Ira.. oomu'utis, ahiob CII:'
Phone Stuart -W.. tf LITTLE THEATRE GROUP Krtir: tuGu..oao.tlot5Oot4ei Section ., ANTICIPATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES: ..... ; IIU
,..ktontkw loiitkn Isoen di loot
$ $ : .
TO CONSIDER BY-LAWS .. i..to loo ind tldoitod .
I altO h. kl ml ...uu.losIbumsond l Federal Sources ..._... t .
YACHT Painting, Varnishing: AT Tl'ESDAT' MEETING ometuoedlnous.Idpn..4..u __ 1,83300 ef tho h.. .holl.. .. oekool kuiM

APARTMENTS FOR RENT complete, refmlshlngi I 31 years tile root puumu,00. usC State Sources __......._._..____ 134,34800 ,h.._ poiwlkoif' kn tko.SUU' BonHn
........ oon.altiee mudusn. ( Otumllos.r pix0tiurosi.u fIIuIxb.st04P.W5ln
IIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIATLANTIC experience. Capt. Htarn. 802 The Little Theatre; Group wUl ..., .., .. -........ -.-. County .at District$ Sources ___.....L:..- 106,58800
4DI.h .hoot .. .h.1I 100 .........,
tf toot oe4 norissud sod uab.SIttod
Riverside Ave nor Cash Balances Gen. Fund InSink.. 3 11.Tl
, hear the proposed charter and UwrroBnlnnlni ? =:: au; :: =-
Cash Balances .& )iot. ,. I ,
at business at County 3,89377
by-laws a meeting .
I LET, US give yon a free demon i thu. _.h.... _, h thoI..... '.Od.
stration of the new Rumsey 7:30 p. m Tuesday at the courthouse .. Goo Lot C UP. .id ....... II osd -
tkiroutk 411 '!'h. ..h ... ..11 .. ...1.-.1.wI.h
I''j Electric Mower. Cuts high grass Bill Steffans, chairman runnlnf: linolo u(> ,.H W.woip 1.05 4, 514.00 lo.s font TOTAL AVAILABLE CASH .......Ie I .... h.... II.h... .....

and tough weeds Ben Hard- of the committee, stated that It on Iron pi". .hle is the point xibnoluUsit .80 CURRENT RECEIPTS $23807148\ '001, 11no. ., kit ... .... ......
.1.... ..
(0 hoo ..rthol, pnrnlloliM ....i.'e ..
hoped final adoption will follow. -
war Co. Phone 31. tf cli hthso..i of Hid. but 4. llrot IoUooo of lltat. I ...
A permanent date for the to. ,Iron ilpi' tkonol inovrrlrpnrnllol 1 Section S. (PROPOSED EXPENDI'' 5)1) I
n. .." ,I .11 .... .111I
for wltk 'o Boutk lino of mid 4" ""
REGISTER emplo'menttbrourb annual meeting for election of Lot 4t 411 fo t; to Iron plpol tkonoioutkirir .... add.I..., .... I........ ... .to...
Stuart Services at our officers will also be decided pnn 1.1 wKk nmt II.. .1 General Control .____._ __f 13,91000 .... .hl.' ., .. ........ trith 10.

offices In the Krueger Bldg upon sod_.1.Lot. suoib 4. I ,,1 lisa foot., Lot wwro d or nnd bon on.. InstructionOperation _._._.... '_'_'_ .._ 14573100 '.:':':::: ...::: d::''':. 't; o cimuit o'' '

;i Phone 41.W for Snappy Services wudu. oo0 Se Go. Lot t I. uoldO.oIo Of P t __ ...._ 800200 thoI..... H .. .. ....1.1 ,.. .ho I WILLIS 0 ilORILLtlaru.p ;
COURT of all kinds. tf 0) 0 nn Iron plpo on .tkotorlr Maintenance ..I.. _'or "e. ..d ..1o i. ...... AF I I'iuisllob.
MARRIAGE APPLICATIONSMnnio north .0.00.; the at. 040 54.unitI.oe I ___ --5..0 10,00000 ps rtoGoo ufOI4oIluo. Js.o 0. II., Jo S. 10.ADVC&TRCgJ.

APARTMENTSSTUAR1' nouf) ....._.. tho Auxiliary Age lea .,n14,058.00
PAYROLL BOOK-National system r (.milk.' Wm film B.icfc .otOb.ohoi koSt. ...... Rl.or 411i All hi. 'ooi .. .hi tko .," .. of tki I
.1 FLORIDA for keeping wage and nnd Loin K. 111_ 11'..' Palo Bowk .... .... or 5., II .. .won poe .. Fixed Charge ..,._ __ _--'- 8,85000 S..., ......... .. or hutoen 000 p. a.
IOW SIMMER: RATES tkoa.nOb. JulV l 0. ClOT ... iknll oontoln" norquntidouripUon -
Furnished House hour. withholding tax and social Round D lla....... Fort Lindirrdnlnnnd II.. .beluoldflsnfota.ontbunln .. _. I... .... _. Capital Outlay __ a...._ .,.,0.4.po 20,000.00 of lAo bxo I. ocCur 05 10orals. W AU WHOM T0.??
security reports, when you Mirr K>rk>. fort Lnndirdnlo.Cnrl :of .. ? t. ........ II. 110._ Debt Service .._. IUll.oo t obulJon It ._pllot altO cot.tt. .. AND TO ALL WTERMWOriSNotion
keeping Apartments L. .Lobs nnd Inronli l- .., .. ...
Llnd.nr. Pork p. 11.1 oAk 001. uuut lu.of .rt. Or .ho al4le Sand Sdumlios.
[ W. T. FACET have 10 or mow employees. K. Hokhr, W... Pnlm Bonchlllim L.s5 .. St none. or ..... totho tuI U horokr drini ttiil k.
: See us today. Ask for these at M. Stnnror, ........ and RollHonoon 001. so I... oS .......i... mu.ite TOTAL IM will ko k.ld In to. CUrB* (fc
Telepbone 815Z It.ia, c..... ...1..... a bode. : lust 450 ICes sIts 05.0.d PROPOSED P FIVRP.4231,00l.00 no Owed ruuonv.n the ..." lo r.. of SMort. FloOd,. nt II o.
the Stuart News bfflce. U D..I W. IIOCI...... Otoart.uol lusty .. ,0,0 0 d ......d''.. boo tO.oetk 1141, on rofn.1 55 ClIp olTilftCnlkolli
CI.1r Stinrt.Clifford baob I tOo '1. Loois al_ Lew Transfer to Bldg I BOARD or PUHI i Id INOTSUCTIOPC,00 ponOst ton l.n.tlu. Son
lIIIIISIIilItIIIlII.IislIIIlIIIIIllIlIuIIIII i i DO YOU have trouble with your rMlldod : -okniolf. Snlornn sad oxrtbunl eon.. Goo. .too S I. MARTIN COUNTY u tOn 0,1000105 doooliood
.1110'. idarm.eUli.DiNu IS ... lie r., I... nuufh .140 of Re*. Fund from tot 0' U41.oo R. H. COLLINS. Sotrotorr. All .1 544 f, Otrmoos'dIcisla.
!t FOR SALE11111111111I11I11111111111I1111111'11"11I11 hens not !laying: Then use Goo. Lo' .. .. us ood pnIiolls. 00.uo.ot ..:. Pukllik Saul II Julr S. .. Imutlo. xx Os.si. a,.
lieu Pan.a-mlnt Stuart Feed II.. ., ,d Loto II.... I.., Rat --. aOL Eon tOo P.hOOIO.
PERMITtnocon4 ......r.... lob .,((1 b.xndssn' Is..ludia ; $228,821.00 LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT AS of Ri.ob 0. Cob rob, Os,.
SALE Store. i tf .' a 00, .. iod 555 ,... 0410a In-' 0.. en lo.t Pnnb I...., to 5.
FOR : I FIVE ADOIN1NG -4--- -1- P. Cluue Rs.ble. HIck loboub. 0.0. ,, tOo n t., tilomuf ........,... \ 11I0 tIC| 1jlot Ckurck.nnd .
CHOICE 110T0 IN BESSET TRUSSES elastic stockings dl. ..... "'to, II ond 1?. ,10irsuuo Co muonyod h, flnt pontf to xold _. RESERVES: to t4obutbno.sees
ADDITION STREET HAS kaee pads, anklets etc Stuart floor .( .,..... kulldlni. .od ..rt, 5 .0 h, .... ..,...... 40CI I U honor (Iron tOut the Ems. rofuiol nkould ki npkl
..... 1& nuos .... MonI.Cmutr '. Reserve for llnntlon 0.oed.tth.CItn000000lt will SOilING I BtMRD OP iADJIyry
RIPARIAN $IGHTS TO KinK.t .. Drug Corp. ifRSUPFTSforw eRa ,t.. ... wklck h cot Contlnge des .___._ 7,832.00 Moot on Mondnr, July itO, ISO, nt tko FOR THE CITY oe1 OTUAnT
t ONLY $zo4o.o.\ PRICED FOR LIOA nelwneuaax? ssooCyod. be 1040 .....,..... Reserve for Cash Ba/ to be kour nf II 01 .clock A. M.. nt Ito uunlnvotlnt r I, JPun. $. taitsais,
pluo In tko Clt > H.ll nt niMCltr
.... QUICK S LE. HARRIS LOW. 8PE .- CA roe sins TOo COIO* 5 sarool 01 ...... ultasisin carried Over ___,_.._.. 3,218.45 nt wklrk plnon nodi limn Iko CIt II. II 1..,. t J4)eisi")
ERY JR. lOX 550 CALL mtrr; Men belts Luella Downey NoLku I. 0.' I,rs.oun$ : oh. Ossod; G.., Iot ... I. Swtlo' II ..dM A Ou5.CSOOS Roll fur tki poor 1147 will
OR 1101 Orange Ave Fort of Pbll, I" 'tl,, of 05,0. Couie, I. G.. Lox 0. Sun-lou II, T.I. U. m nitkmUtod tn laid fonrd for npro LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
140. tt'F F lorida iu 0511, roe bide u. oesi.e teu.lIdoe. R E. ". u ,u.tloxiunty. d..nlbnCCu TOTAL APPROPRIATINS ft RESER _$238,071.41 p ..l. furtkor 0.11.0 if booby ios
Pierce Phone 197-M for appointment b. los. 4 lo Coos Moeby, foiioout '00. 0 a puiuO I. th.W. t:nnt .71 poroonlrootloni dusiclod to 0.. mc. NOTKI OF INTENTION TO locum
RSAL Merhaniral Ice U ... lion e >.. LM 4, fcctkxr II. I nod I In .old M>n, wkotkor In FICTITIOUS NAME
\0.u 0,110, dndnnut.d to T.ldl, otod4uumof0tl. eows..th.40in art IL INTEREST A/SINKING FUND t h.5CM.L,0O0t 41 prowrtr. or trOTKB U BERKS GIVEN 00.00
PorcelaIn Show Case, 8-Ioot. iiHi"\ I d .0' 'so 4 obolo to lonutlos moo 0,050 Ii.. o ... Both Mklf of .... rmulnn t> fikj wllk tko u nourolunod Ikontli prntano t
Good 0' dilion. One.lblrdI. DONALDSON- s k' l'r.inI, 5tml, Otsunt. Florid., Goo. too 4 I .h.., Ea.torl. ...,.11., 1 ns. *.-ut. Arliolostod P looypoo Ca. T.141 Cltr Aidltw nnd CWrkfoo or orforotki Cknptor 10,111, Uwi.of ftort*. I*
alto .. IK row South 0/. aosrH 1Ib. dnr to tkowniotlni of .f loll. will
FLOOR SANDING AND FINISHING > v.0. MIII I Itoonlota PI... Gn.k B.L Approp. proolou. nld o.oIowniolIb tki deMO
Inq ire Victory Bar. ( b holidI, doiemtod ut T.l5C.o. 0 lel000oolOst bo No.50 0,.. 55 Corriod GoonS Rooorvni Kmnllulkn Booed nn kforionld, tOol Ik. Clrralt OMrt I II ud for Sot
Ii Jun'e 20 PHONE S2-R, P. O b 10' 0C b.de I. biiu uabode Ikr 8.11 Ik I I If of nnld Goo. Lot 4. 1 .1.Ml.180 Nfne None No\e None None PotlUon nottlnv forth tvlr 4 okjorUonn onnek Coontr, Florid, npol noolol ot Mof
BOX 604. tf nI. Isuied I, O.b. Nsso4.ni, a .I.to. '77 I foot for n point 0 nMO..nront nnd lOu oornw4loonB poklltntlon .f thi. MUM, tki u
IiI' -.-.....; 1 01 ...,..,. ....... IntO .pnrnllllno 2 .5.120.414 4 $648133 $3,350* $3131.33 $0481.33 thor dnlro to hlnU sod.. tloul Olioo, to.wltt 7TH1 ,
FOR SALE; Italian i accordlan in. ieeisd ,luoloO baildiuc Oseuigt.d :::: tO, ;: II nnld Coo Lot 011of 3 .. kURITwklck J. t I. PARE, o4tf wkttl
tiiiiiiiNiiimiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiimimiiiiFOR tOo lino of 5664870 A $977540 $5,187 0\ $460840 $9 Hi.40 Ajditor
first class d to toil,.. tko Knit Al CIte nnd dent I. 0 CCO..5d In bsuIs 0 Sot
condition very tea.aonable GO,. Lot a .Unoi of UM loot.. CousIn, l'Io.Idoj 1000 tO.
... .. 0 p.4-tn lee
RENT11I1111111111111111111I11111111111111111I11I1111 .. .
one 14-J or write All ?edu si t no In Iho offlio of tkn ..... uelo. O.tiluescunuofths I. .. .......... .._ LEGAL ADYEPJIIEMENT .Md is o44 hlo.o is o 1014,
boz 128. l O sponlobod osno koforo Ste 5. 5t. tools ,sore tkonoi Enitorlr 13,835484 IK $16.256"73 WJlfotA $1,726.73 518,258.13' w. j.
FOR RENT New all t at' *1% tOt 5.0. ..... th. xoru .' tko St. Lotto N OTICE OP CNTENTIIOIO TO OtGl3Tgl S Okoorhonoo. Flortol -
: Cottage ,
June IL I s. 0' i4filnor. to S 450 004.0. > lo tOo South rlCTlTtOU NMCI Juno I. It II M
) .. ___ electric Docking Privileges The llpod Miorvoi tko null. to roHURMC -. ....., lost .....,... kr Sid PLEASE!: TAKE :NOTICE!: THAT THE B0ARD OF 'PUBLIC

FOR SALE: Good Quality Heavy. Weekly, Monthly or by the '4r INSTRUCTION d.eIb.d,e.n Muddor I. md to _Edwnrd dad Swnnn I. lI.rt'o.In '... INSTRUCTION WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEAJUNQ AT 2:00: P. M. NOTICE IS. under NearlY flko GIVEN provliloM tOut Iko.JldoniKlod LEGAL ADVERTISEWINT I

Breeds 2 for $11.00. Worth. seaso. Mrs. $& W. Ward Rio MAIITIS eNvy n.A. Cabot, Ru, 4. I Diod Book II. Off JULY 8, 1947. AT THE MARTIN COUNTY COURT HOUSE!: FOR. Ck.pl.tv lo,III. 1,04. .- rtsta At Ore COURT osl COUNT
I H. ROI..NII. ......." Psi's II', 0on Nortkorlr .1... tki.nld THE! of Itlll will ml.Iko .* oltb tO. CIO-h S MAOTIN COuNTY, OTATI I
9: \while ('h 'ks, 101 W. North VI.lain\ Rloj" P O Box 386 P sbllh Jm 5. Joir .. Wurt U.. of .... .._ 0, Ed PURPOSE OF DIS U'8SION. MODIFICATION AND RATI. Co .It Court. ]'. sod eon M.n-l C Yt.OOIDA. C

Aye. Ball nor. I. Md Stuart, Fla. ......\ .... 0 point, In tko Nortk' nCATION OF THE ABOVE PROPOSED TENTATIVE untir. IxOldu, x4.o mule* 55 p...C NOTE$ OP tALC
Fob S 20 inc. I LE4AI. DVf.aTluEbilJSt'kc eel, ...... ., .tko Wl.Oilso.f.41, i BUDGET L poOh fom .5 fIb 0oIlos, tOo UcU' Cf NO, OSTATOU or I
ne June Z6 J ;
= I I ,\ July Osoo. ion III foot North' ofiri ROBERT H. RBISUCE >kol*
-4- --.+-- AL NOT..1tTO I.... N. bs.t _. tkonoi BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION MART &OUNIV cnogsv or I, know on B. B feoiBUCK, IUOtlCF.
FOR SALE All hldal baby chin FOR RENT: I rooms furnished ALL We II IT MAY CON'ERN B..toel 1& n h. ...... to tko Nortkof 0.1,0 .4 I so Joo4 in 0.oIso.u I n CD.or.od
brooder unit 200 AND TO Si. I INTERESTED pAStills.lO.tios .nIJ'. us n.1o B....', Wool nof > MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA MCtl. C. tn, F9.Idoi. I tOot tki vnrtrr It WPREBf woes 5.O.50O
capacity. Ground floor, private bath and I-tb.' 'b, eloso, TOot to bmn.e to .0. .. tko Adios Rlrnrltorlr By t. D. PARKER i awosi.d o.ld ...*. HI M follow!II to nnTordor of loi CM
Only 52 See E. J. Arnold private entrance Cedar lined .I" oAt .Oslo .I. tII. cue s.it cite .h_ 1'1' lb lone. tko wnton OAIO.0I H. MOHAN ,rfin. Ode. is .04 0.4 Bun-Is 0-sIn. ..0lb.
I So nd. 11 I Close O f Ctt. P1.. ..., at II n. n f Julr. wi .. In a 54,0, .. n point In I as Chairman toiisolan C n-list eowomp, din
._! colsets." to Business district. 1 147, 5. 4 01 I of City of Closet u.. ....II .h .ad 111.I foot Soutkt Publish\ June 28 l x.. lola is u.n-I, CoiIe, P400., 4.10flo
Lau.1 310 EaH) 4th 01*. Tel 0 0000 rorm5, i,\ loutlon of kulldlnt-l :: oson .t rilht. nnnrloo. lo tki 11147, S Boo 500 P.00 .4 7setr51It10
bOlt SAL} lloi and 4 b.p. t... '''''..1 l-Mribod prorortrt itoeth U.. I.. Enitorlr' ontoniloo. LIGA4vEstmacxur.IOTNOTICV sod lout .1 tO. SIre, P
air- ooled Ala 1.7-x-i : ..... I 11. tlork. Woodliwn ., tho aow.. oilofuoudGo.io$4 I : LEGAL
so engines. ADVERTISEMENT:
June July r.k Adli tH S 00 at..,&, tysatini ._.. us.w n 0100 Sal, wioro or -. LEGAL ADVMTISEMENTFLORIDA o busTy BOARD OF 01N % 555$455Ow55huSt.
0rrgatlo pumps, timer Mu'I :8. lustb on 5+t Ilk sioct. .istooce .ios.. to a p 5 I. lino wfctek. .0.I I EQUAHotUo AI OF TAXES 4 P5.4.0010 51 Iosmk Sow'
to Co. old Dial I }4.hms| nnd C.I.OdAunsuf.I'A.orio.nlodCroo ..... 4,5 t': of tki Nortkwoolrdwnrd I ICon INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT I IP 00.0
FOR RENT] otoom and board .. 4, : ....... tend STATEMENT OF CONDITION' AT DECEMBER II, IS4I 0 oltO U Son .r 111 ems Tonpllod la OrnomlIBiotion ooinpll I.0S0 I. 011* On ,:n ., 00 pohis 000

fOR SAl : On locks Road, II I for two i gentlemen or young h.lldl.lI.n''..,C.bb Cknptor, for ofllooI .tileuw......CtlO Non-b, .11 171 foot S to foot n eonirotoV Woit toIo C o.h In Binkl ..-.._.?..._'.--. ..._.._ filL_.........--.-.... ... .. ...111..11 'l.I F... or G..ooi StorM HIM Com.of 4lIof fun lb. eb..4 od 0000 oust i.e. isrowo

acr I e ice farm land bouse business coukle. 746Vi East 5th La.. I'. I I II. nnd II. Block i. = of isa. .4 tosotbur O.tb a)i I 1.......... Mntnrltr V.luo Borioi "F- U. S. So...... ..... ... I...... ItI I p t O. B.d 5?" luMe Os Cso.ICMo.o.Florldn of COO, dos. of 100 C.o
Store PJO. Box Z04 tf ud Lo' 4 j U. 1M. ... out iC. p4001. tbtenon buisoolss a, Cort lt.Cd Poitod wltk Clork U. .. ...... .,._, .,,, ICC 05 I Mootlo co..l s'mniau I I lOoms I Ot. il Mon-is Cu.lr, list
21 x 0 nearly completed __ B'ock'' 0,. los Cnms.st .in tho 10 ..,.... o ,.1... l Uniln Ownod In PM _.:,.. _.__ ... ...... .... 0.401 I Modu Joly 1041 sIll ml us lOs I lb on 01 JoIr. 1541 CIIo'olo.OP
Mo4cra price easy termu. --i-.t Cite of 5t4. iyloe ........ Bow Offko ruralturo Cnulpnonl : .'.. ......... C.710.0I I M nt thi ( SlhnC1 In uS nmOO 0'luo'
FOR RENT: 2 furnished rooms. Sort No. C I ll I. U S. ida' 1. ... REBEaVnt onV tko 0......... I Stunrt. Florof WLW
; i t.. tnr tk I aogoucc ,
Write B x 605 Stuart or phone: .. .hole" 0.1'. .. TOTAL ._.... ... ... .. : .00.4,000.00 .oo konrinitatimonr ,
Hot water fAll convenIence Ch..1 A'to but.ms Wow i CCu a porpotuoln I ? ; .:, .. :.. ..... plnlnti nnd to *101 0 51-to If lb. 0.50 I IRoboI
127.2 40 B.. not 'le.uod B....... ,or'w. -IM.h.......,. .odnmon wllk tk.ra f. : t huoulsoof Roshonh, CI.. 550.5 I ILR.O
Close In. Good location Phone I. WOoS.I .1. ............ eltniplou ........ hla h orid .,. nt nil* Sonin Plrnklo.. ........ .._.___ .... .. .. C 07.00.0*I ...ol. au ft. b pnspontr.n.iuppo.00. 1 uno.IWusood.
June 6. Jul 3. .. ... 8unrono- Rliht.f.Wnr Iou Counlr A ...
) S-W I tf Apullst .. 0. S. nil pkrpom wlifc oro : In .?. . so. o I .0 to.,. orOniou SmusAul. i.ITTNAN,
U .. 0,40010.. 4in .. ... I RS.... To. Withh.td ... rorlrwlne nnd
o d.too'4 oh.thor or out east oodt .. of n .... ... .. ... I o qx.lllIt.A A. All.. 0, *4 ls.tn.I do.
FOR I.: 16 foot boat. New 0I a.ulObstldONINO ,ph.4.' "I..te mud > (rot Vido, ......,nn. S oot.. .. ..... ... .... . I14SCC.l. :I 0 40. is ..s. 0 C0040soiod s$ niBii.dlng will dnrl ooo.nek boo t. IS. us. JxIp 5, tIlt.
: $FOR RENT floor sanding machine BO. O* ADJUSTMENT 000 tOo mu lino ofVk< Und ....-

Bnig40 Stratton molor. 100 and) edger Refinish FOR THE Y 0' STUART I....... dnofl. il .. tAttOo,.. of Mid, TOtAL .. _... .. ...... .._n....__"..... .... .. ...... .. ... ............I O'O =T:0 from dnj to txc4 vcai100lvcrsoi'sci
feet Large anchor Ioan. I'' I. F. "" .NHEDY. 1.41. ai.,. Ko oral<4 U.. .. Hid I Iod 4nrnooMinry
your floor $t reasonable rates. .. rh.I...... bot.. U 6 foot fikn tOo Nortk n-OHIBA INLAND NAVIGATION DISTRICT :: : r for tko orTeeo NTIOfO TO 11GB'
.trope. right for quid Phone 101 Stuart Hardware I''ob. ,.. 54 I I J.I,. I"'. II.. of tko 16 11 I 8ontnlHnH of ..i. STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DIS.URUMElfn OOAKD 0 colPivy tech us OAMENOTICI
aale. McConnell OeeanBrcel Cor. Lot 4, oootolobt knelt. tt Ih.xikjoel FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER II. l 4fTiok 050. 0 TIN COMMISSIONOUNTY 01 ML .OY GIVOC 00.11td.ntp.u4
Co. j tf LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT MM wo l lino. to h. ..._., U.CLIPTR ? FLORIDA. nut. tO. pnr.OOnCbupwe
ark, Jcnoen Beaeh.lune 55 0 Cue ''oa of.h .._.. wi In tnnkl ..., .. _. ,.... _, 1'1..1' a. 1. VAIL. CHAIRMAN, 0thS. 50 P5-I.. 0

1f! 6; July 3. tllllltlllltIlIilIllltIifllIllIillulllIitIiuuIWANTED IN NINTH THE CIRCMT JUHBIAL COURT CIRCUIT OP THE IN .r.p.m.Aranoolofkudlnh....1011.1.. a kloe .0 rust .0 C k.nd..d Fran Too'u Durlnn...?._..:.::: ..;. ... ': ::; Pxbi.h A11'niT.J S.Is t.LHOY o4du._ 1147ADVERTISEMENT CLERK, .1 1005 CeMOIt, oIl CmoS n..l., 0.00 s.d sO.00 0.5'bo 101

: AND FOR MAlriN COUNTY STATE 7.. Rod.tIo "----' .. ,...;. . 1; j i" LE 0 Fluid,. 0P"
FOR SA PomO.. .
: Laundryetle Wa.h. or IZi'.N': CHANCEPY.MAIOCAIIaT : ,. .' kolru' Ion. nui. i Loud. .5 eobOooso 55 004 0,010. tOo S
log M4hine. Cabinet Radio t jiiiiiiMiiiiiiiimimim : oldow. ) I ortlr, In Goo Lot <. Sal 4n II, T:i, Iuo.u'ru. WIthhold .......,n- IN log THC -
1'101.U'' I 11 11.11. 4.. usC port), I.u... Low y ..01'bouboos '
Phone.g4aph! Combination.J'ortabl ,. WANTED TJpots. BUY! Clay flower eWAJtltJ: luCdOotsoslio'uuoT.5.. II 11. H. T.Iol J l-1:: : ... ._.... ." .._ ....... .. .' '-::-::':..:...' 111.0,15 JUDO MAOTIN IN POIBATIC COUNTy, FLORID A IoO.o45,

Paint Spraying out 3. 4 $11 inch, InDOor slO..0.Iu DONOAI0 I II IIBAMUEL sod folio.moro"I p.rllc.lorlr i orlbo4 IBoilnnlni u i'.tsi ...;" I. IllS 0.4 DISlUItSEMENTS Sosolond; 0tH.0: Too .: .. .......... ., ::.5CIOLIC1.tI; : .., Isisafi Idol tOol boo. p0,004 I eol.d 05Osoisa.

"t. vaum cleaner and ,totach 1,000 tots. iqed or new. Ernest I tiufosdoole t : Adm. nlitritlvo KxponnriBond : NIINRY AI.LAID 0 f..s a, Isil0m! C s. outs

me Is. Boat 18' II S' inboard Lyons, Slijart News, or P. O ORDER, to Ita.OFIPIJaLICATIO0lost lI.h H.d) I Nno of Iknt oortofc ox H, p Sass. ., of,b lord\ho. .out.... C.eIo.4o.0te: Poit.o' Poe VIse '..:: .. ::::_-:::::::::":.:':.:';"
4e cooled molor. 310 Box 47Z TOi. uA0Ut..IrilavAil 8WANN. SR.obose .. wron kr oldnorVoddock to Rd..,,C CosnI..Io.no' Mlinp.. Clxi or Dn..fd. Aualaul .0.itYo
esoIdo. to 4111 LlnkwoodBihlmoro. Osu.b nooroin oood. d.Vd Do xuis, OCOOPi.' .. .. ... .
East 4114 St. Tel. 101X.I.June June 26, Jufer J, 10, 17. R.... B.I".*'. N..I..d'' SAN onion. II. HUi nnd II.... IXronkoi lopion.'o: Tu.4 p.,00' : .. : ; .... 1,4)0)1 d 00.0 of,els o'. booby SC):t. LGAL
20. Jjl3.' UFL DONOV.wion OWANN. JR... CCILlknord 17. 1111 nnd r4r M i In Do 4 Book O0iou 0..t .. .._... ..... II i ronulrrd In VromnrnnV'tlnlnii __
ij' ; --- --- WANTED: Man) or woman, presentable 5.45, Mirrkr II nt .... III, iM.rtln Coyntrl R.- Silo D.po.11 Boi : 5.150S 0,4 C I nndn wklck c.L. or ollkor of Too NOTICE/OF/ APPLICATION FOR tilBiH .

FOR SAL : l'p-rlrM Piano In Appearance, for door I..d t1014, FRANC OwI.ollOoor EDW"RD HoIlr..dc.oft.oRI. SWANs. and 417' old.I I fort point"ooilk tOols o.} tko nt n CuriO dlotinooof linoof l BUtlonir* toiro A> RxproiiTikvbono Prlntlni : Ii., ;:: g i: ; ;:r : thi oitote of Monrr I l5uo No. !

excellent eOllditon. Cost $1700. te door vork) In conjunction .: tIEl.Yf( 0 si AN ) oold C... Li I of Bocllon II I. C Toisoe.eO .- ... 0S5 5tO C...', dod.. St Motto s POTtS U HEREST If"O.iyS". **
First $54 takes IC. AGNON, 'icistu boo kuknnd. Townihip nod Rnlm ntoiwmd.. tnoneooutorlr Snrotnrif Offko Allowl. :., ., .0400or-A-o.. .:: 000 : Plot oo 010 ofil,. I Oh. E.tkorlifollowldl M 'TA,., tki kolorrif a
Need apace.j with N.tfcnal Home $Improvement WARD I. W6i00N. .h_ ....1. nt ..... ... .. to tko oort 1I1..IIo.lOu", .. ._. .....e.. .. _...__. 55.5? .r I Coonlr nl ttu.V, Florid,, wltki o os,00fi.oti Os. OIls Sud
See W. Lacli Sertlce. Salary and Commuision doron I" tiOi Itilnood Rood. Rnlll II.. ol hut o< ood 8..... n .,.to oof io il ho i inlondnr nMntdk froni tki tlnjA Cu tlflootoirouTof tor Inn dood lo k. kroil
I MirrlniGOODRICH ANNE' SWANN 1141 fort .. b ..I.. .I. tOo ...t of I fob psbii..t4o'of tbl. 5.04. n *" I is
FOR SALE ;; ;; splendid Opportunity Mod by los Ox.hood. .. leM ., .Id 15.0.. 1,0 I tl Ib._ nonk_ teed EnionioltSobrtan 04.?'?.?0 bob oiots ne da.sstd ubojl 0. In .4 It- bounnoortko"oo.T. t.rtuio.1. riptio *
anning Pineapple,L L. c C'SUIIWOTON: GOOD .,... .1.... .h. s4s Ii.. wi oold ....,_ Iou, .d .004* .000. tO. > ; "f
Call .49(1 Ver Beach or write Go. __..,..___.,. ___... 0.SlC 0, pto 55 rnido.Co propriir oCt tko ooo.u In oIlS >
53.00 a I4ihel. J. I. Craig, 311 811'1. oboc. nd4d..n. 10 .et W.iIh ... .... 0. o d4Ouuu. C ..... I... iu .ho SUtt..ory. Prlntlnn C SupplSnlurlon : a.d 5., .04, addoon of 01* .1.5.0.
Box 277 tf .... $4. York N Y., ........., muaun nld 0... Lot I.yot pat... a L.pouos 100.00 s obot 5. On db .isb.o.: Osoodoeu ni follow!tCutlfloolo b.C
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Albany J\Ye. No. II
11 4? 00
PRANK C, GO< ..HICH. wkon ml.Illtk tho... .....,,1, tki noutk U.C ?oloploRC Tol.en.pb ......,: E.........f lou.,, Co Juno I, 1144Dourlptlon .
iiE"OR- : WANTED:( Golf equipment and d.... is .1O 9.t SI.. H.. of portion' II T .'''p Cad Soao 0 Tesnul R.oeooo._ ...... ..50110: ; I: on 100,004 0.0 a. SAud obull Os ot PropoHrr
FARMS SALE Vook H. Y. IIOONAS nforaonld to tko ikordoiirfoood ot.. of ,.. .
furniture for clMb house. Con : B. GOOD C.xu Ip.Si Adontiues..to .... .... : Iln.COP..ueenuatEopsuoouo Lot II Blork t, ELOOMnHEIGHTS I'
V. 8. May. Not RICH .ho. )Iran .ll 141 Won.rk 0 050 .iCodiso ,... I. Ptat of *
Hlf the foot Ani.ndod
by tact MaHln County Golf and il.tk 81. Now I N. T.: SALLY nm to Bowillwoitorlr '. P osi, .h.... nontb. .a pdmlnlitnior of tfcoWTbHnwfer p

per acre klOO acrei with Lit I CountrylClub. \ tl B. GOODRICH mu rnlduno' I 0ste .,.. tkok nou, II.. II ml C _. .., ..._ ., e 15.10500 0-mu. f'LkVl, 1- 5 5,.

feet on UJ4, No. located westside P1 W.M COIN', Niw York In Conntr tko nortk hud.u.oeo.II.. I rust Ia 0 poInl_ Mipn, PrlnU 4 Buppll.Tolipkoio ..... -05.--_..._,...._...__ I.. 04
H. Y.: RUB D 600DRIfO: lu woitirlr 1 .. C T.lmr.pfc .._ ,,,.,........ .. Is .01.0 o1InuCuC VCM
........ s, Ci II
of .
iufifi tOut oiAnln
If of ( tract between CONCERTO Block Layers Wanted oboe, molilonoi. .et 11I'.1 5lxIOt. ........ kr BonJiAin tout ., iso i. Tnvol KiponioPoitooo ,,,,.. .,. .,.o. ...... _.._._,b_ SIC St Mln. .
N. l
Sloan Y.t Yo, oct ANNI0000BIC8. lions to JO''C C Cipron .,._ ... ., ..... FtarWn.LEGAL :00,55 ., hobO 0hnU as
Beacb. Can Stevens and fipple. Phone o ....._ I 11I'..... kr .......,J doodt Dom .--I ,. pobiinuda. Jo,,. Id mc
CC45 Offloo A *5 lstY
Eoulpnionl lost ... .. ..__._ ,,. a 1
., ,
L or Terms.to.lo' clause Spec I 761 Fort Pierce, f la. It H. Y.Wmt 555i t_ 'N... Toni :-,nndMordod It, 1111 nnlfllod' 1.0:O'-1. II I. 0o4.ol.t R.oooo ......__,__ ..........._.... is.Cl), ba. 50, J,10 5, Is. : 'Jto.
16 lot |ntki B .. ,lo Rs,4euM lupobu .. _.. ..._._ us 1 00
price )) per acre. Brokers C5tn Boondu _,_ '0,. ...... 0e0 ; seMi 0. d.on.d on 04400
It iub..sbe Oed kd .. .. 10 ad
..1. tk AVCOCC 5os0 .
So. Inu __, _, .. .. .... ADVEBO-1SEMENT
eooper I.. See E. T. Boys RELIABLE MAN with car want ..." .. '00 ..1 to tko. kill ... 115l. tbso.o a thlorl ois.. ._,,'..a..M'. 7t.l.lho0h.isbiddou05b..oscs:
ed to call on farriers In Martin of .os.eIxlst '1104.. .01 roil on M.., tko .,.....Id..... l.. 0110.. Job NOTICE OF INTENTLFICTITIOU '14 TO REomuiCIVEN
ton, Lake ICpurt Apt. W. p, do. ,. .h. ItO .., .1 .bsut lit.. tki Wnltor Trnit lo tki ....cs of tko 0 14,1.1.71 ] MAMI

Beach of JI. Blain 'OI1IIpla'I Cointy Wondferful eppor.I. ::4 h-: o u Dole Op So .uld Oust) bob. ,. Moor Ikondf nonkwoctorlr ,, ,... ..... --5 0,15115 NOTICE IB HEREInndonlmod tknt t ho .54,1.04 hstJUEPi
... nlone tki ... Iko -5.
'I Building i I Mia4ni' Florida tnnity.($15 to $ZO bi a I .. Stout.... .N. O.bp. duuiuot. In -.In of Indlnn RI..''Cp.l.o Iqolp.t Root ... .. ._.... __..,____., ,. 10.10 nndor 0. prnrhlonnS ill?. iii
.h. I. ..d.0 n n lino fat fort lootk of lure'wo' .. .... _.,,.,,,. ., ... .._.,....... .ax Ckiptor lo,III, u, of 55 JI4t
June 5, 13.: 1 46. experience or capital required., .h.1I 00 .bU.h" .u.'Tust ,... So.. out ...'.1101 wltk thol oniurlr* nunIon Pmtnvo a Vxproin i, ..,,,,:. ...- ._-,, .,._ ho, on of 1141 will ronkit 0100 ris.Idn.lOx CCMO. A, Ibis P dor
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PermaJient Write Itoday. Me- mlosoitior 0550.. 1 0 W Iko Mortk II to of tk* oontk Tolrpkono 0 tko Clnnlt Coonast ; e.;
Thstsmstth.Stbishuad.0 .k.lf. of On Lot 4 I w ....... ClooouhlpsofSus.utforoois4105... o TokninpkOfftao Coast,, Plorldn esr Mo,' t
3 OLD NEWSPAPIRS: Ie a pound NESS | COMPANY,I Dept. A, oruud. tho' 'h. hnni.urfr. %.....bod 10.Conu ? i .. 010.15 of publu.llon of o.till- mu.Ipt .1 p. f O.nO .us. .
a' Sloan *.. .h. isomood g4d ._.. wootorlr olooc n lino 141 enIlsu his oh Cisosli Con 55
.. tf; Freep4rt, III line 19, 26. foot Coot llou. dkini to wll c.oa'
I t.ouuu.d. aud OS ,. of nnd pnrnllol. wltk ,
11-- tout 'II.tl.\ 0 tO. Mnk Urn. of' THt\T>RNKR
1tl" b.mutudlnbAod. ooeo'sIC tko noutk k.lf out II. ......' .. 4.1414.S ) ;?
liiiiiiiiimiiimiuiiiiiiiiiiMHiiiiiiMiiiiLOST! I I I WANTED: Hypnotiel Subjects. ...... The dss.nlet5. ,. I 'h. _I ....I.. of 55xeouid 46... lao ,4 .I I., MO.ullomuoa. D..b.. _.,.... ,1' llueldxl U IOu ,
cOUNDIlllllIIllPllilllllulIlllllllllllulllIIIll is moo-owl .. ..... Sootlon lo tko : F..o ..,,.. ,.:. '_i- -- r' io.omuo Is.;idlbs.
pnSrsnO .4.t I. Unn
Age to 23 Male >r female. 1t..1I. Coorte. rIoAdA u 10 mu n Go.. Lot 4i ......onit ioas*m.au of midroo tk.II 7.. .=; VCuo :. ::=...:.. ..... Hi: :: AD TIUMII5'or
| | II Prtttr those who Rev, been I .nl..I..I d..rwd. .5 Cl .., 0.-I n dis0u.u. of t4.. fort. I p.id ..or.SOof..e.o..x., LLVJ400A PAM

LOST: Black 41)14 I raincoat June Hyp>iotlied before S4i4 oame, lIai AIltk.tloonep..ulluI oct Oslo, 10 his' 1 to.I. 01..14.1 It.lito. .,i:: 0eu0Cstooutsopolp55slb.o,0" I.OOlPtoouis555twm55 lopusesto' rurnltnro, Puons..0 m Eqnlpnionl to .Y4d* :. ?h..._.55. l.,.,"..:"'liCe..... ...". Jose *0, FlorId,. : \TALL!

14 In area tof Hulto'. Radio Adotress age, to Box fa 18, Stuart .... .. of rknldu.. sit .. dad..a 'ho.! _I. ..... of Und .....,.4 d osoisu. 11010'1.. ... P0,10. ._..... uS tho ,
Gene reward. teas' dncobd us Cliou.t I I k, aidnor. Mnddook ti ....... ( loOru.o.loi 11I'......, __.._.......__.._... ..... .. 1.
Shop u. Fla \ wnnn ov
tf *
111..11..... Goosed. .... .... RTISLbSRNTIi.
BEGINHING 5. .b exuti II.. III* kr wnrrnnty food. .. Doeonihor. II.: s.. ....,.._--:..- foliO
I at Stuart Ntwst office 0 soon.noel Lei. ... n. Cl.. "llnnd fOist D ..i, 111 nnd: couat or 5. I
June 18. July WA.N'*: $3000 loan for U tel T....... It .....h. ..... U at f_oond.d 'mu Mortln 1i BonordiT4. ...n...''I MASTIN 00 T
Cart ,
if Undi out 110-- I 5
Resnin.dt .
yeark on $10,OM hon,\ Will .01.. usd50 isul vmS .1 C a **S pros > "5 Br V 5. Eaflnoor DopnrtniontAlMlrnoU PI.OSIDA.eN 4j5YOAOOsi'4

I; LOST! Ladle Whltcold Croton pay I per cent InteresOwrlte of noiilkorlr tko wool nlong. Ii.tho0.,1. ., ..., oilonolon.,,...,IC of Till. .._ .. ... ..:::::.:::::::.-.=.-=::::: Im::: NO, rOT r' IAI.* : ;

Diamond sln-Cnded Wrtat lot Bwnnn trnot. a dutnnon of lit for Ooruffeoloo of TllloBoorrdlnn ..... .... ... ,._ .....,.,..o..._.,,,, 0,10050 lose zu.uei .
r Box Stuart News sucK.iO'flCR ,
4 .0adOdo. Is.
k"**. .. .. fool .. -
twtkonorlkwoot : :
Watch RewaM. Phone 154-J. June li, 26.EXPOSITION. Economy Bor nf onl4! ..... T.....' tkonoi wort so Appml.nl Xnponio _n: .:: : :. .::' : :: ) 55 MO EI' AO 5u.tip IISmub u.s1Li
June M Roofing;, I lr ..|OM tko CuriO UM of o.k Conormnntio Gonoml (wononTotol -----4---tn-S 00::01tbtl4oi.t. S.oe. I ,
ti andsSlieet (Vnnn taot n dlotnnon .55 tIC tnrt, __ ; :
Metal / A. or tool. to '. ....h_. ,
; "' "0
oornorof : I .
; laid .... Posh. tkonoi _..... ,
It !) I .0.-b Iko toot II.. of ooM Iwnni I0 ..... -trod ._..... ._-_ ...... ..--._..-.._ ..,...." LoS v.. ,, : :tl ,,
NOTICE Haven-With plans for 314 Orang4vs. Ft. Piers eROcFE'R.'S TrncV dbtnnoo. 5usd ,, ,_,, ., 40.1 ?so.t., .
n of SIll tort, or. or..4 0,4500
r von $0.4 ::: AimS's ;;;;;;;; : : :: ihPCo lni. F .1.,, ddlIip. So I
lllllllllllllllllllllllllinillltllllllllllMIIWE expansion of its facilities and orlo.y. to tko point. of Mort..,... onooptlnfjkoiofroni iM7 7--_. ; toe. ; : T'; ,h.sd0 :
HAVE: la stock Barrett Iko rinkt of .ar ,of 0. ofOnnd sot., I a.b.OooIh.O 'C I0u5
repair parts attractions the board of directors -. tkou M Conntp knrd-onrfnood .... ::0 01.00.1 4 Osbit. ?&.,
oob i sO
: for fluorescent lifht' Let us londln fru, ,.._ u tnM ... t t
: Of the Florida Citrus Exposition I CCI .L: 'tH.knr. r.nti ....... ...... ..........._. ___" ....:_.. ".lssssoi.i-0 :
repair your lights Martin have set the dates for WirNEM I booed .. Chub of tki ; .: ttmtsufajftr* i.
County Elettrl Co. Debon the 1948 L. Clronlt dlorC O Ad offlolol noil. M Hid Cnok, In ...... Domioor II, 1141 ............._.._......_.__.. ?..... .......olllltlllo l.
show Feb 50
opening 16 Ibis' .. ..
., I. A ? 11... ri r.f" N,4tse1: ,
All of '
Bldg. Pbon IL tf[and closing on Feb 21, according types $luilt-up Roofini l IlL tOSORlWv Thin. ptoormon .nn oion ,_... I. noonroii > sIlk _t..... of Cknptor I,
Asbestos Shingles. Tile. : viouit Coo'a 14111 ...... of Plorldn Illl Dotnllt, noooonuM wIth pnoportlni o.. Ali "OT, NovCUcx wALlOW,, 00AT'T
to John A. Snivel Jr. Winter > nora nroO lAnmlnti lois of tki
( ., .. EotnM 55
no.tI 1000Vpecies fill n> tko ? ot Iko 7ooumuP.
There oueNLcrt .
are Haven Phone Ft Fierce IM k o amiss u.4b, Dt Yt. .
recently re-elected M f.ALFORD. MICHABL 1,1 LITTMAN
I of trees i In the forest of -0
.t1O WniUc}.fiUUl. president ot the organisation. duos I" 111II 0, IT, A. B. lot'i 'itklbo Jnw In. 1117 I Tesousee. Al run Anomorlfor ll Admlnbnr. ,Is.
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NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART--- News MRS.Iteim MARY(or thli HARTMAN piper moat ,reach Society the Ed ne 1 v 1'.J.j.; ?'+. t r+ :

ef'lce before noon on Wednesday ,I'!, ,
t Horn Telephone $$-W Office Phone at } c
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I i IOESMAIDS FRIDAY ON BIRTHDAY GREETINGS AT BIRTHDAY PARTY I Bird Appreciation Shown Tuesday afternoon. tor Modesto, returned from Putnam, Con: '; II.1Callt. I
whoseIrrtH Betsy Barr observed her Mn. Louis J. Lorenzo and Miss Dorothy Sullivan was I
petty Hanson llth '
w to visit her parents, Mr where she attended the tuner; ::
wmL daughters, Sally and Jean, of honored at a surprise birthday II.
t ban Mcclure birthday Saturday by entertaining Stuart ReadersBy
M. her and 1 1I
Red Fox Den, Port Bewail, recently party June IT by Miss Beverly By and Mn H. Hall, for six t;: of grandmother spentweeks. :
place tonight at the Baptist 18 friends at a party at the returned to their North- Smith at the home of her mother,J \ She will spend time tn la month visiting\ relatives and .

\' rah, entertained Informally riverfront home of her parents, ern summer home. Locust Bank Mrs. Eddie Lee Smith. After fore I San Francisco as; the guest of friends. y''
R 0 afternoon at the.Wilson Dr and Mrs: W. 0. Barr. At 1JO: Cabin at Rlv< rslde-on-Lake the beautiful assortment of MARY HARTMAN they had moved, In the city her; trlenq, .Miss Elizabeth A. -I--

are horn In honor her Ice cream was served with a Zoar Sandy Hook, Conn. Many gifts was opened and refreshments That Stuart birds are definitely decided the tree was In the way ,i Powells. Mrs, Joe Huff of Evansvllle, t ,. f '
Present were tor beautiful, candle-lighted: birthday Connecticut residents who were were served, the guests appreciated by the readers of of traffic and a menace to light !
umaldi. cake. Oreen and pink decorations entertained! by the Lorenxos In enjoyed a musical session of rec The Stuart News "was demonstrated George Ind., and two daughters; Mrs. '
:. McPherson, mald-of-hon- recent column and telephone wires and had It Mr. and Mrs, Keith Carl of Nortonville -
ft were used and the Stuart last winter welcomed them by a requesting I JIumby Ky.,
I tilldrtd ClonU, Peggy Joe tables were arranged on the back. Mr. Lorenzo'and son John, ords.The guests were Miss Otrry reports from local cut down. Down went coconut, I and Claudine: daughters I Charlcnc and and Virginia Huff of Hopklns- ,' u +
and George, Jr.,
, r and Margaret, Parker patio. Varl-colored balloons hung have opened the well-known Maine, Miss Edith Matthews Audubon enthusiasts The most bird nest and all And so for left son for villa, Kv.. are vlsltlnt: Mr.- and '
Tuesday Gatllnburg.Tcnn.
.. from the rafters as favors for 'Lorenzo drill' at the lake where Miss Lorraine McPherson Miss Interesting came front George days Mr. and Mrs. Dove have : ,i
>10. TO METCALFS the guests. the summer season Is underway.A Margaret and Miss Jean Parker, Boson, 11, son of Mr. and Mrs.J. sat on the wires mourning fur where they have rented Mrs.. Earl Hall' ana' daughter, ,
N BORN t a cottage in the Smoky Mountain Joyce Ann at their honliT'liEldorado < -
Y.i received here Following games the group was note to The Mews extends Miss Emily Beach, Miss Dee Law, F. Bozone, 125 Cleveland'Ave"who | the home which might have 1
has ben for July and AuguNt. 7 ,
Helehfai! ,
old ,
taken to the theatre matinee. greetings to Stuart friends and Miss Peggy Ulmer, Miss Sara explained that he not been .
[the birth ol a son June t to Mrs. Bill Martin, Mrs. Durant neighbors. They expect to re- Rollins, Miss Danlta Deno and divulging 1 the I location of s.bird I She also/ reported a caw history i: Mrs, 1, C.- Gray. will leave The fccv.-e-and Mrs, Edward i u un
I tat Mrs Arthur Metcalf of Fulton and Mrs. Ralph Hartman turnId, Stuart In October. the honoree, nests as there ARE boys ,who of a brown thraslcr family Saturday for Burlington, Iowa Crawford Young -of Cleveland r.r
Union. Mrs Metcalf will b* assisted Mrs. Barr during the would rob them His teller lays: I which deserted a newly eompI't" a
: to 1I'1| fembered Miss Lillian afternoon. The guests were Helen Dear Mrs, Hartman: ed home In an tree The
,,' ST. tUCIE HOTEL PRESBYTERIAN WOMENTO orange parents Her husband, who Is Ohio to I Upend the tumuief.BtlLDINU t' '
""i V eve who operated the school McCullough, Jollne Klckltler REPORTS SUMMER GUESTS RAVE PICNIC TUESDAYThe I read; your writeup on birds fact that squirrels frequented head of the science:! department -- ---- I It
'i irterta for several yean.UlSt Gall Merriman, Joyce Harrcll That summer business !Is holdIng .. Presbyterian ''Women's That Is what I am writing the tree was the only explanatIon of Martin County High School, ; ltK) SALE
.,r Isabel Mothers, Florence Mej- up In Stuart Is Indicated by Association will have a picnic 'about.,, I have a birdfeedingtray I=[ sung could offer for Ihe- sudden will jdln her there In August. :,
I,r.a i WOMEN MEET gett Gloria Hancock, Jane Mor report from the St. Lucie Hotel luncheon at I p. m. Tuesday at and bath. I sit on the' move Gray Is now employed\ the War Assets AdminlsUatlon: today :'$I "
. hi executive board and three rison John and Ben Fulton, Bill which has entertained fishing the W. 8. Traylor home at Port .back porch and watch the 0--0.-.0 school on an'fXIallhlon programOf bloKsomcd forth as Flor + v G y
i.ai let of the Woman Mlsslon- and Tom Christopher,. Brady and. vacation parties' during the Sewall. If it rains the meetingwill birds everyday. The bluejays I In View of the apparent Interest the science department. New ida's largest real estate OIKTU- ; ,
I .Society of the Baptist Church Hartman, Jlmle Anthony, Eddie past week. .be held at the home of ,seem to think they own the In birdllfe here I begana laboratory equipment In bring tor with the announcements,
.1 >t Tuesday afternoon at the Leek and PeterBarr.GREENLEES State Officials from Tallahassee Mrs. Harry Lyons on Osceola whole thing. When" there Is starch of authoritative Information installed preparatory to offering that It has nearly 1.000( surplus t 4 }
Inn with Mrs' Ed Burgess, Including Robert B. Beasley Are I another bird at the same time for those who wish! l'ourlM'lIln physics next year. buildings (tor sale m the State.
uident. in charge. Ai this was ENTERTAINAT of the Florida Industrial Commission I they call "Thief." Then they to make a study of the lives and He also It working on the visual h '
' monthly business meeting 3-TABLE BRIDGE Herbert D. Rycroft, H. MRs. JAMERSON JR. will chase them away habits of Florida's permanent education program of which he OPS '' '
program consisted of re- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oreenlces ,P. Brink and H. R. Moss. VISITS PARENTS HERE Other birds which coma are residents and the seasonal vis has charge.
the departments andmmlttees. entertained three tables of Mr. and Mrs. W. W Matthewsof itors. --- --
from brown thrashecs
a ,tt Mrs. J. W. Jamerson, Jr, the mocking
i bridge June 11 at their home, Coral Gables were week-end former Evelyn Ft 1 ton, of Charlottesville birds, red-birds, red-bellied I was delighted to find the Mrs Don Parker Miami whoIs
.., 151 Bryant Ave. A salad course guests. S. H. Starke.. Orlando Va., Is visiting her I woodpeckers and English spar- most handsome volum I've ever remembered here as Betty 8e<,, Nt1.. .M.Lri, I _l INEt EVER I
FO ITCH was served at midnight. The you
THLETES representative of George A. seen at the Martin County Lib cord Is vlsl'-lng her husband': 4'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E.: Pel- rows. The mockingbirds don't ri1 I MQRg m IMi a., It '
HOW TO PIT guests were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brean and Company, brought his !ton, on Albany Ave. Her husband, eat from the tray-they just rary. It Is a recent purchase at parents at_Indiantown., _. I t ,,,,.M tar b7 .a sGT.I ulna t 1 1 .1.1t I
EJTE TEST Bruner Mr and
I Mrs. Bill
AKE wife and son for a vacation trip a former ensign In the Navy, Is take baths. They seem to Ilk a cost -of Sit and although it '
"I TC OI. a. Aruf at.ra fund.ULLpeaRWl. AneVNRTRATINO Sttffans, Mr. and Mrs. John U. down the East Coast and Mr. and studying electrical engineeringat the mulberries and cherries should be kept In the library as
/ .TR TN. A.w better than bread cruntbs
R11. i Ilea.Mat.wet t..annr Nita Io.M .atDro Ashley and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 111., are spending a few days In the University of Virginia bird seeds which. put In my Is p-rmlttlng It to be rented by .,
w Dehon.REMINDERS. from which ht expects to be ""II lllJkIfIlll"' Jill 111//111/ /I'ii' : SAT. & SUN. 2:45
>A 1. .w AA. Stuart. graduated, August feeding trays. In March and the week. It looks like a big Vri. { '
A Jacksonville, 111., party of April when the birds were college annual and has 146 pages Mon Thru 5:45
a four Florida vacationers Included migrating we saw American of "blrdology" In addition to 76 e TODAY ONLY THURSDAY, JUNE 26TH '
Miss Dorothy Eads Miss Louise SWIM PARTY GIVENAT redstarts, catbirds, great crest full-page color places featuringmore '
W. R. LEACH ----- ---r Double feaur Program ------ -- j
than 480 "Birds of Florida". ;
Bcrchtold, Miss Helen Donovanand ed flycatchers oven birds and I f1.y
s FROM Mrs Mary Varbech. Mr. and Mrs. W R. Leach entertained the following warblers: parula It Is published by the author ssn :
,. at a swimming party black poll, black and while Harold H. Bailey of Miami, andIs -
r < PARTY LINERS JACK HILTON, JR. Saturday morning' for their ind the black-throated blur. probably the most comprehensive :j jtlleCamP
J grandchildren, Chip and Betty volume on the market
George has a good start on a
g WInshIp Stetson who are their
. 9&- Jack Hilton, Jr, 18, who has Scout merit Madge which Is given today. It Includes a popular and '
In entertaining
guests. Assisting -
scientific account of 425 S '
completed his first In the speciesand ba/wiq/ ,
year the 24 Mrs for Indent if Icatlon of a certain
guests were
subspecies of birds that hay-'
Is back from cruise "
Navy, a number ef species. Because of
Arthur Dehon, Mrs. Curtis Whltl- JLAN PORIEC ,
I Manchester been found within the State and, .I
aboard the USS
Is his helpfu letter I Intend to planta
car, Mrs. Glenn DeBerry, Mrs Its
adjacent waters with
which took him to Egypt, Venice, mulberry tree and allow room special
Harris Lowery, Jr., and Mrs. W. reference to their relation to Slitltl ails f i '
Ollbralter, Salonika, Greece and A. Palmer. for the cherry trees even thoughwe IS i j
other points of Interest. He arrived don't care to eat the fruit agriculture.For lilllll Muss ,
In Rhode Island and Is ourselves. Food Is the greatest my own use I have a baby- tenslry) liFluchfi ,
now visiting his parents here Mrs. W. R. Leach and daughter attraction to any form pf life of bound "Birds In Florida" whlrh cmmii riciuuJhehdur j: 1
i eft, on a 10-day leave. His fatherIs Anne Wlnshlp Leach and course. was prepared by the Florida I
: a retired Navy man and Jack, grandchildren, Betty Winship o- Writers' Project and the State I
Jr.. plans to make a career of and Chip Stetson, left Tuesdayfor The I. L. Decker family reports of Florida Department of Agri '
the Navy. Atlanta to visit Mr. and Mrs "a mother wren and five babies culture. It Is printed by Florida 0 i' ii '
Arthur F. Reel 3rd. From there all doing well". This feathered Grower Press, Inc., Tampa, but
r HOUSEWARMING GIVEN they will go to their Tate Mountain family solved the housing shortage I have not learned the prlcr It
"n summer estate at Jasper Is the best thing I have foundto I ,
FOR COSSABOOMSUnity by nesting In the ragbag Inside '
O chapter of the Order of Ga, fat July and August the Decker garage date for hobbyists. I hall tell of mystery kI k-'

Eastern Star staged an old- -I- The Vernon Chasone reported you more about It next,.. week., I you'llthill I '+
fashioned housewarming Friday Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bauer returned a Carolina wren family which t' 11'
night for Mr. and Mrs Norris last week from a vacation built a home In a tin can on a Miss Ruth Stuart ADen pub- t
y Couaboom who have moved into trip to New'Jersey whore shelf In the laundry house. lic relations chief of the Slate for +" ";1 '
their new home near the they visited friends and rela Mrj. Boson reported on a Board of Health of Jacksonville
Palm City bridge. About 25 chap- lives pair of mourning doves who was a visitor Stuart Monday.She ars +
Party hee politsnwIls ter members left Woodman Hall .-- found due cause to live up to Is spending this week: at

long visits ov sh 'v ) In a group, taking a table lamp Joseph M. Phillips Jr. arrived their name. They spent many Melbourne where!! a VD rapid k 1.1.P
Idephon.arsouto rd.e U a gift from the chapter, and Friday from Virginia Military laborious days'erecting their treatment center .IS being established r r
taking refreshments for the Informal Institute to spend vacation summer home In a coconut palm at the former Naval i r
party. Novel games furnished with his parents :t their In front of the Bozone home, Be base.I' .
merriment for the eve- home on Cleveland Ave. "NHISTLEt" PICTURE Ir
ning. Mrs.. Laura Mlspcl, Mrs. o +
/ ..
Alice Cadwell and Mrs. Ruth Mr and Mrs. Bill Noe plan to Invite Your Friends To MURIET.Ia KtUOCCtm 1ANNUK M TOOMET Na t '- j jL
Stevenson were the committee:: leave July 4 for their summer I' ,
farty line Coartesy M tr MbkMil ttMMMi Spun
In charge of arrangements. home In Philadelphia to remain ii iii I,

Is Catching 1 1NIHIIN Miss Edith Matthews plans to until! October. Mrs Paul Mlspel Dodd d's Restaurant i FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE 27TII & 28TH I.' I
drive up with them to attend -
leave this week for a three-week i
2 11 BIG HITS 2YOY'yE ,,;
the marriage of her daughter
pill nUPHONI AND flllOIAPM COMMNT, INCOIPOIATID vacation ,In the Catskill Moun-
1 later In the month. NEVER SEENBUMSTEADS *.
_tains. Just South if Frazie Creek Bridge on U. S. 1 S +

I Mn. Richard Sudhoff of Palm PLEisURSTTO .r 1 T m h t
City left Thursday noon for .1
New York to attend the graduation SANDWICH. ANY
of her son from Mlneola. '
PAeI J'nJ/Bltt Sotg High School. He will return to FUNNIER
tuart with her later In 'th3 SUN Y SPECIALFRESH
tf summer. Richard, Jr., whom she
planned to- visit In Washington
D. C., has been transferred to
the Great Lakes Naval Training RIDA TURKEY DINNER AND '
Women in and around Stuart will be interested in the BIG SALEon Station from where he will go I caral ncluat u 4
ALL 1 E TRIM INGS .$1.25
to Chicago to begin a four-year -
now at Anthony's in West Palm Beach/ Saturday, June 28 ROTC. college training course.e .

is the last day I Plan to be' there! -.-

Vernon Chason and Durant ties- __ till' HUM lilts e-, t'

BARGAINS IN\WOMEM'S\ SHOES Miami Fulton last were-Thursday.business.-- Wsltors In Enjoy an OCE N FRONT Vacat dn PUS' SINGIETON-UKE LOUISE. ;,

Betsy Barr and Helen McCul- MySCOURINGHIDDENTH

tylizzh High Fashion Shoes lough will leave Sunday for Avon / r'' ,
Park to attend the Episcopal at DESERT 1,

Known tU country over l>r high llshion, superior craftsmanship, Church summer camp June 29- 4 _3-J KIUERI if' ,
July 11. Betsy's mother Mrs W.
oANew is famous women who
excellent Paliisio Y/rk among
C. Barr, will drive them over and
appreciate the 'test in foot 4par. /ixard, snakeskin, calf ,-.A in red, return'' that evening. '4 : f jnII'i'N'S +

green, black' natural ..., be Ait / shoes I 'r'' / ''l

Why travel for days se visit a happy }
Values 4.95 13.85 ; w er vacflioq land Why Kpnd
to e GROWERS 0' a r 1
m uch precleut lime repdfing o V

Women Play Shoes, ?w des? alien at you do /oxing after / '

Shoes for every day, ar /nd the I iVute and garden, nice for the beach. .b you s'I there! ? Mb every hour oliiuretjM 1 A REPuauC picnure i 1 Ii

Leatb. and fabric, wit eather or r\p. lole'. .red, black, blue brown. sNADi ANO you count...be off with

P ORNAM5NTAL SWITR the milwtfn a fun filled holiday or

Va/u/ / to 8. .( '. 2.95 ES'OUTN n. 'Vero Beach Os the' cooiAt SUNDAY and MONDAY, JUNE 29TH A 30T1I '

$ iLOer0A AND CUM.pTURROCR nt1g, where every ..vacation "HERE'S THE\YEAR'S BK1GEST LAUGH" C +

Hand .Bags t ity ll provided. Enjoy| o variety COUNTRY MAIL WHb LAYS DOWN Ji
of fishing and bathing THE LAW TO A COrfCHESSMAN l U j
port ocean
All the popul r/Napes and sizes posse envelope, under-arm styles A' _ aAsasaU% saA
_with _and.withc/t. handles. Black, red I, bro Values to 15.00 J fro clean sand beochet. Coif one lessee TMsL

', a'a undid 18 hole coursE. Decide

: 5.00 ne to discover the vncrowdtd, -- e Fa rni c s t -''_'
'P555 Tat
Flos at-hond comfort* ol this southeast -

odds retort community.Send,
/ i/r, tedo for.leformatioe and rotet..Coiprorfabcaccei .

M.NNISOiI / nioa'orfoiti ItiViafe's, cottages, opart- ,

merits on kin beach or In tow\- low summer rates. "

Cloth $3..50aper. | $2.50 Writ tot DEPARTMENT 2-$ 1


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312 Cfematia St. West Palm


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I I II \oE EIGHT THE STtAR! NEWS, STt1ART; Martin C..nll, .FLORIDA, THUR8DA, roM: Ie, 19..

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'.. 1 11 l1e t1yuui .I OUT OF BALANCE Br COLLIER I While Martin County sleeps, t. Lucie County Is "do- Letters To The Editor
: inir business in a big way" tappWa potential Hew agricultural -
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: ; 1 Stuart Published Martin every County, Florida,I 9EYT-- I Thr traversing 6{ the Allapattah Flat by the FlorIda SUGGESTS )NEW LIBRARY HOURS v
cut-off road has pointed to the\ .development
.. East Coast
by Stuart Dally New, Inc, a
\ ) .\ Florida corporation I 1 Er I of a rich marl area, much of which lies in this couj ty. Editor Stuart New!

: \ Entered: as second-class mall I Imatt.tor ucE I St. Lucie county has already) projected road out to this I read In my last copy of the Stuart :News of the

; at the post office at drNER os of section and the recent federal hearing on drainage and the Martin County Library. In the same notice, I Wv iTl

; +' Stuart Florida, under the Act r LtV1NG'JACK I flood control\ at Fort Pierce was designed to open up the of new book now on hand and also notice the library note

I 1 II 4 of March I, 1879, I fo'lata. a* the Martin County Public Library This !fetter <, c
//4 from the section Into l
: I Martin Highway comes directly point out that to a large number of county residents ::
I r' 4YFA'Rs, : OF SERVICE 1'alm City and Stuart. Let's get on the ball now and develop listed, or for that matter any book on hand at the the HbriT''

and. Ik, 'St.0.<. .n.Ib New w.. .._.ur this road. Either that or find later that the rich no interest, lee with the pJ'l'eennew hour. of from t Mil l
I 11" { ll I Al Ifc* Kt'iwl Tlmtw. tAw ftiM liIWIHJ > <' agricultural development will be funneled Into
ImblMhwl. Hi. SlUMt AurH I*. Potential I'M: P. M, the majority of working people In Martin Colllot
i A FREE PEOPLE ,Iwllf.; and (Jw. ",..... M...*nir.r. with Those boys are on their toes up there able to avail themselves of the library I
lP.l" ...h... -0. llww* ranaulidMvrf, lAnd do privilege,
wM im1 which deserve full credit. Let's wake up
II ".. ., ivra for they. .
.h J HI. Ik al u.N ll> N.w.wr .. When t made this same complaint at the
,..."...... U.l.hM. -. Ir4i.t.. wrwh'j I things, too, library, i,"
.... .... formed that the new library hour were Instigated
IT hhlirn I" i hfwwil M Mi* at ilk
, f : ." l'' VonA''{ .Yb.HI, iNvnluWn1Dtta This county spent 260,000 throwing up the fJ'adetor ct several Stuart housewives who find it of some
Martin Highway 24 years ago on the assurance! that conn!
In the What
::- -----r------ ---.o ag Thews' visit the library morning I would tike to
would "take par
A. )UNNINJUI. G...... ........ the State Road! Department over. \ Is that they are enjoying this. convenience by depriving !

t MUIKST. .!....,'LYONS: ._ _._ ___ .:.....__ _Adv.rln/wr. / Mw.r.r Pat t posS new developments suggest that we ought to again try to i Others. In a like situation all opportunity, of Using whatthwl!
j pet the SItU to carry out its obligation. .. \
'i ..I wives to obviously enjoy. Surely these people
, i SUBSCRIPTION!: RATES are not !hat .
:E- a,=: oooao ___ oaor--oeee t cannot help but think that If this. matter
.1,1 were
si iJ. .. I brought
M.III./ Y.tr IIDt T< > "> k
: V .. ___ .__ those In
\. n attention of people charge: that some correction:!
,IQv.rt"Ine\ ."tw, hildv u.ptklkm... The M ti y* unt ......_ tkf HirhtMF.MRFR 1 wr NEWS and COMMENT be made.

I ,I, 'I 'A'o Asw4l.d, P.+t{ h IJ:.rln.Ivrly rrlrl' hn,..n111 obp h:rlinnna d' 1o Ia! \ :!:rrpwhlkr/bw:rwwnt.us : 01 oU ...... : : .oexr._ _OI-: ::'=: Oa70Oa70: A* a suggestion would It be Impossible to have I the Lib
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\ open one day a week from 6:00 P. M. to 8:00 P,,M.? Buiih J]
OF HIE/ ASSOCIATED PRESS \ ywN ALL THE TREASURES of antiquity pale to insignificance two hour would not throw too great a burden on anyone n

bl'lJide'tholle rare and precious things! ,which are such would be the case, why not have the library
1h Atawl.ud P"as rn,1bJ lul.rh' In lhr rrpubllrwllor' .1 .a
".e remain
f'I -.1----eMrl: new, prlnlyd ,In .Lr, ,,:,: :w/n,, n,.-wrll..nn. nil,r"r"P ?ww- :d:.Wlcher:: -I'hi (trucked off and burned each week In our "small, town. I one morning a week and open a couple of hours" In the eves a,

: that dayf": -
llllllllllllllllllllll'imilllllllllllllllimilllllir.lHIIII' 1I11I11I111I'\' \ DON'T TELL me ofhe'rwfse; I' know. I've watchedmy \ ..." CHAS. D. SClflUMcl

YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR 1i01J r boy and dozens like him toting home such gaudy lENREII
" Q PRO rejects of our times aM the lithographs the Lyric post -
JiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii, iiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiMiimm'"l about our town to advertise the coming shows. I APPRECIATES: OUR COURTESIES!

i I like unusual! first names They express individuality 11 r even KUW a fight one day over a poster for a wild Editor Stuart 'News,
.1: in a special way and give character. Often they carry a West play that had flickered on the screen the preceding

.. family significance thai is cherished, and in any case they I Saturday, I wan much Interested and much More amused at Jit
'{Ire) so much more interesting and delightful than names VERO BEACH LEADS THE WAY Hold's reaction to Ids experience: in your city: ,

!( \ .lke Ed; John William, Henry, Paul and Sum There are I Last week The Stuart News printed the first of a WHO KNOWS what "value is?" Our yard looked like a I must say that I heartily sympathise with the Ulsai

106 many person with commonplace handles like these, aeries of six advertisements which the Vero Beach Chamber -I forest all last January as the kids reached out and saved gentleman, ,t* spending all the money and time, and Urn

and nut nearly enough folks with outstanding names like of Commerce is running in Florida newspapers' for from the trash truck every Christmas tree discarded on treated like that. Happily, I did not run Into the kind of left]

I 'l lU-anc, Marvin, Lyndon Boyne Bliss, )Irving, Malcolm, I summer vacationists. our block. I dr crlbe.. For some reason or other, Mr. Kraft. of the
Knight, and so /no. ? of Commerce was always very cUrteous and helpful to III

1 1I 1t ; 1 Parents usually have nine months to make up their (that'comfortable These ads stress accommodations fishing, ocean bathing available, and at the hotels fact RIGHT NOW we're having a deluge of coconuts Co&saboom' at the Civic Center was a Jewel always lookiniot

utinds about a child's name. Tin1 mother's family name are gathered from every trash heap on the block In my our' comfort and entertainment, Introducing us to agreeable
cottage and trailer courts lit reasonable summer rates. not nut falls in three blocks that ml.ssss The "Crackera" with whom I
frt,!iutntly makes an ideal first name for a son, like liar. firm opinion a pie. stayed were extremely
neon, t'arroll. Ernest Duncan etc. Certainly that choice Vero Beach should got full' credit from every Florida the keen ears of our young In time, of course, they'll stale, taking me fishing Various place, and doing their IlK

\ t 1 1": to b<> preferred to the misguided: enthusiasm! for giving I community for "setting the pace" in an encouraging new find their: way back where they started in the : make our stay pleasant The folk In the bank post-fifth

"Junior" the same name us his daddy ha, If mothers development! the inter-change of summer "visiting." traflh\< heap at the curb-unless another youngstercomes i stores were all helpful and obliging Poor Mr. Scofield -t lit
could realizo the confuwion" / that inevitably Stuart and Jensen Beach might well profit by her example along, spies all the treasure and makes off withit have traveled In a different circle.
ensues, they -
I \ would atop this! Hilly practice One thing a baby really if we can be no alert and progressive as to raise And then those sixty-five"fsh| In one day. Whyl. than

needs as part of its inheritance Is individuality and that funds for such an advertising campaign ourselves. I about sixty-four more than he could catch up here) Andi!

includes a name that stands by itself. Every; boy who Many Floridians would be happy to come to Stuart HOW SIMPLE and how grand It would be to be again you collect: sixty-five fish, they really do imell a little fc,

utaitnout! in this world as "Junior" has two strikes on him ; and Jensen Beach from interior and West Coast sectionsif like that, stirred to enthusia by a chromo in the trash I think Mr. Williams would get wJ/'II to this and put In) i sal|

1 r I't he hat to live down or live up to all the things that "Sl'n.1 I they knew the advantages and economy of vacation' Thrilled by the photos that the record shops] toss as rejects fish perfume for these fastidious Northern fishermen

I ior" H distinguished for. It is not fair to him because most ing here. In the waste. Do you remember when we boy used Yes; anyone .who spend a season among the pleasant S,

x. t t ol these '"Juniors" offer preateV promise than their papas Progressive Vero again "leads the way." to collect the baseball pictures that were tossed by our people and leaves with such a reaction I is certainly In need'

showed -- -" -- elders so carelessly from their pack! of igartts our sympathy. Who WIll that guy who laid "Oh Lord, I tit
Girl,,' ) THE; PRICE OF LEAD 7 thee! that I ('tin not a* other men seerRespectfully
name are somewhat] harder to choose I think
1 J JI than boys', and it is not necessary, in order achieve, unusual A storage battery which cost $12.00 a year ago, $I6.M IT'S GRAND to know that kids still get a "kick from ,
three months is now tagged $23. the in of "Crack-a-Jack. So did
I ness, to resort to the Bible for stunners like Hepzibah, ago, prizes a package BERT SIMMONS
I Amanda or Leah. There is real character in given Why we all. BLMHURST, ttLfflOli
Because the price of lead In the world markets has
like Joy, Gay Hope t'enelope, Jewel, Faith, and even In -
1 the commoner Beverly, Sarah, Ilonore, Dolores, and such. zoomed inordinately. IN TRUTH, perhaps, precious objects' which men seek I THIS IS A BIG ORDER
't.. Do not confuse these with the fluffy of Why ___ and hoard, the stuff they fight for, that which their hands
Maylielle, etc. where mama just went examples overboard Phyllis trying I We wouldn't know. But it occurs to us that lead is part BO unwillingly to leave are in real value no more' than I Editor The Stuart Mew:

to do something. The "belle" names for girls were pretty| the only common substance which blocks the passage of. anyone of these, You are hereby notified that I require of you to do aD jnm

badly: overdone some yearn ago and many lovely women radio-active rays j jllllllllltllllllMIIIIHIIIIIMtlMIIIIIIHMIIIIIIIIIIIHIIHIIIM F..L.cIOmaOqrllOClO every way possible to elect! ;pr, A, Herbert Marshall, M.Dfr

-h.i\e: Suffered all a result. The only belle omitted were, f / HIIIIIIINIIIIIIIIIltllllin, : ;: :: ::: : =====: lOCIO ====:IOClOC> = dent' of these United States of America but whatever 701t:
I 'I Mehitabel and the dinner bell. : I. must be done In an honorable, and In a peaceful manner1

: ;'_ Of course I grandfathers are much wiser about these WITH THE OTHER EDITORS COME ONLET'S LAUGH This Is a great and critical moment facing the world In

\ ;things than fathers, which enables me to blush over my I :sjiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiMiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiii ilillr11111111IiiiIIIIIIIIIIIIillllllCHURCH =onoo: oOnooGOtr:: :: = and I am determined to do my utmost assist' In avoiding:
suffering, and I Intend to spend the rest of my active litetr
I' own mistakes and wonder, quietly to myself, what my I, MEMBERSHIP CROWS DISCOUNT TAKEN
mother I to help solve the worlds problems. No political parties, wrnnlrations
was dreaming about when she
.A- iold." I am told that at that named date me "Edwin i!' It is somewhat amazing for us to read a news account Father was not greatly pleased by the school report : ,'nor race, nor creed, nor color, nor rich nor pus
|than half remote now more in which a preacher insists that the United States is fast Drought to him by his hopeful. "'IIow la it," be demanded, to fear me, for I will give all a square deal but not t art**
century ago, a gentleman: named Edwin Arnoldwas I
becoming a nation. "that stand so! much lower in your studies .for January ,<
pagan wtx
poet laureate of England, and doubtless I you I am a Democrat. I am a man who ha no price
happened i\
along about the time that fellow The difficulty in understanding such a conclusion than for lJecembel'1""Why IlIeYe.! In the Golden Rule and follow It, I Am a Jtatanui
But mother composed Home special'j I Iriaty. comes after consultinfe figures from the Yearbook of Dad" the boy replied in an injured tone, "don't not a politician, You will always find me on the side I tin
my was no poetry delver. She liked American Churches which, reveals that know that everything is. marked down after the holidays -
simple ballads of "The One )loss Shay" or "Maude Mulil 1 I church member.ship you right, no matter'whether It 1 II popular or unpopular.. orvki!
in 1943-44 wall 52.5 per cent of the total population ?" Sunshine Magazine. it friends er
l" but she was not one to go gaga over some matinee \ win votes or lose vote, or whether It wins
idol. (she had been married eleven:! years when I was born) of this country, which h the highest ever reported. Of. TRADE friends tht I ls what I call a statesman, and I think It II t*
]: tidal reports show that church membership 'has steadily TRICK OF THE lst
And if Edwin: Arnold ever wrote worth definition than :the dictionary give The dictionary says
reading, I have never discovered it.any So.if poetry sometimes! ref i I grown since 1890, when it included only 22.2 per cent Man (at police Elation) : "Could I see the burglar, who man Is one who I Is skilled in public affairs, and the art ol to**

friends think me a bltqu"I'r. they put it down to poetical my- I|I of the total population. broke into our house last night?" I". sent, or one who deal wisely with public m tterl.

background or the fact that as a baby I ate my a banana I I The viewers-wlth-alarrrtr/ us about juvenile delinquents Sergeant: "Why do you want tones him?" I know how to solve all,political problems, and if rim
.hole-ppeling and all. I the disintegration of American homes and la- Man: "I'd like to ask him how he got in without waking authority that Roosevelt had, and with the help of he Lord.J I'
I ment the lack of 'moral impact" In the schools Ilo-hum 1 wife." Glades Democrat,
my County be able to do so, and will do so.
I read the Is'
other day of a man whose first name I It is the same lament that has come down to
every genet 'I to stir the dreamtol"rant
am a political prophet I come
Loss, which was compounded from the first letters of the
ation. Somehow, the members of the human race manage BEAR TRAP nation, and to hold back IU feet from Irretraceable d*
Names of four
1 odd! attracted racehorses owned by his grandfather The to perform better than pessimists! predict even if they Among the pioneer Iwnters of Arkansas! skepticism To heave the land a* with an earthquake and to shake Ux
h name so much attention to its owner that do not measure up to the fullest performance expected by concerning the of visiting sportsmen In rampant. will come frat
prowess shallow word
Idler from their seats; my
I )Jie> named his Cain. live in Mexico
They where
tb Loss an American, is illdlI ss.rialiat. City the optimists.-Key Went Citizen Yet old Jack Smith, one of the state's bet bear-hunters, I Lord's own mouth and be thundered Into your conscience
an WHO ARE THE GREEDY? has gone no far in emulating the visitors as! to attire him- I will JillIOn, teach warn and rule. 'The real word IIII
If somebody would change the first name of our senior (Sanford Herald self in the fanciest, flossiest hunting costumes he could spirit Is keener than the brightest bladea of Damascus Sues
Senator in Washington, to "Salton," he might be re-elected. ) I
But President Truman assures the nation that another de find in the mail-order catalog. rule a land In strength,, with Justice, with wisdom, with honor
not with
my help. laugh at Jack's tItled! get-up but he just I
Neighbors with
l pression can be avoided if the "greedy" do not get control, power.
-E. A, M. smiles and continues to bring in more bears than anybody I >leader III'"
but he should ''have told us who these "greedy" are. Are Providence, they lay/alway raise up a great
-- -- they the corporation stockholders who are- getting an else! in the country. crisis, but will we have wit enough, KM enough, or enoughto w
:WATER COMING OUR WAY i "Jack," asked one of the'visiting sportsmen, one lay, chasing off W ODI
\ I'rage of 3 percent return on their investments and want try and recognlz who he la, or do we go
Okeechohee farmers bn Kramer and Torrey Islands Ii? Are they the enterprising business men who are opening "do you think that mail-order outfit of yours helps you to talks the most over the radio, or aom, great orator, or sowr

ore forming a flood control district and will ask the i new stores all over the country and hope to make get more bears1""You're politician* or some the hour? !
Engineers: to lower Lake Okecchobee's level to a maximum a pr"", 11 Are they Mr, Uwi! coal miners who are about dern tootin' it doesl" rejoined the veteran For Moses truly :: : the rather, A prophet slut

'of 16 feet. to str e for another waKe increase Are they the farmers /- hunter. Lord your God ra\8e\> utf among you ol your brethren like nato
The News does wish biased wliBare reaping the largest annual income In the his. How so?" he was asked. Him shall you hear m all thing whatsoever he shall :salsyou
Inconsiderate in not to appear selfish, or tory of Vie world and also getting a subsidy from the gov- "Well! ," Mid Jack, "when them bears see me dressed and It shall corn to pas that every. soul that will ad
our constantly expressed view on the ,'nmenIre like a dude from Memphis they decide right away that the people' ks
water control er they perhaps some of Mr. Truman's own up that prophet ahall be destroyed from among
d'Ne and of problem the The magnificent development party poVicians like our state, legislators who recently increased I couldn't hit the aide of a barn at ten paces, and that, any all the prophet from Samuel, and those that follow afle **':,
Everglades deserves support from all tnV'r daily from to how, I'm pretty. sure to be too drunk to do any shootin' a of these days end>
sides but, in fairness feel pay $6 1127) Or are we all many have spoken, have likewise' foretold
that this section
not have we should guilty \ ...*. 'tall. So they just don't pay no attention to me. I'm ableto he and I don't mean maybe. *
to carry the burden of practically 75 cent' "
per _
shoot 'em at point-blank range Arkansas Traveler,
lit the excess fresh water taken off the Lake. mo"ClOC:= icE3oca=::3eaot:=::::2. : know whereof I apeak. talc j
Ne T say the Lord who created nan )Is unequal to the
Again we remind the people of Martin County that THIS WEEK'S, POEM absurd.
His to I Is
veallng thought man \utterly
( any plan to lower the Lake's maximum control point minister was to conduct the funeral of the townwastrel'whose You hear IDS
.c::::=::: OClOc: .rio He that la of God heareth Ood' Word.
aOClO ==::aOJl:
phould also incorporate lowering its minimum control life had been such that not a great deal of
f fC ft
: that the SHELTER could be Raid of him. Even his widow understoodthat. because. you are not of God. _. tBelleveth
point) so Engineer Dept. will have the same flexibility food Lord and the Lord u In"
e : not that I In the ,
of range in their control plant. Narrowing this range BI SYLVANUS GLASS; Nevertheless,' the pastor wanted to say somethingon am myself but of the Lord,
I of
from its present three feet to two feet would result in almost When\\ torm clouds threaten the complimentary side if ''he could and it occurred to words speak unto you, I speak not .

continuous discharge through St. Lucie canal spill- And it looks ike rain ,;;.r him to man the floral wreaths with their cards of sympathy dtfelleth Our civilization I II me. He doeth the work materially unless' red
cannot survive
t way. Leaving the minimum where it Is and reducing the And wind stiirts to blow; The man had been a volunteer fire fighter and the .spiritually becoming, permeated dm
maximum would have that effect. Then It'. rOOt to know hook-and-ladder boys had dent a, beautiful floral piece n can be sated only bjr from the

All this IH not so easy as it sounds, inasmuch as any You've a plac\to /goj: "This ought to have something if any does," the preacher Spirit which of spring Christ,out and Of being that made Spirit free Only and bapPJ thus can of the You'll) get no wixin'. rl, thought.} '. ahead
lowering minimum
automatically digs jnto the navigation driven out, and all the shadows lifted from the road. ,
factor. There is a 6-foot channel across the Lake fie was badly disillusioned. Worked neatly into the .
predicated on a 14-foot minimum. Every foot lopped off Or when shafyws climb design in red roses was the etatementt'aGone" to his last ThankYou.DR 'A,:RERBERT juAyt8J1ALG0>/
that minimum reduces the Up to hours of nigli tire.-.KVr Philosopher
navigation_ factor by a foot.
Charleston, Missouri.
Whenl'/ time for Weep, :...-...oTROUBLE

4 N FISHING FROM BRIDGES Let your dreams the\keep IDENTIFIED PA Th Government Should get out of- private< business and

(Bradenton Herald) Troubles buried deep V 1 Bill Jones called in a plumber to fix an upstairs faucet out, except where taxes are Involved. It should do busjne ai'!'?

: Unknown for this time and as he.and his wife were coming downstairs they met cording to the Conitltutlon. and return to the principle

; j jt The legislature, in passing a new law relative to fish the plumber coming up. Bill said: lf'ffovcmincnt.. \aaAtjft

ing from bridges on state highways, gave the state board And may your house\eat \j <' "Before I jo downsairs I would like to acquaint you What this country need most of all I Ia an honest "J
department all authority-although aa a matter of factIt A shelter for you, If' with the cause of the trouble." capable of acting In the national Interest without regard

had it already aa. state agent for highway and, bridgeson Where you can believe, ,( The plumber politely removed his hat and murmured : getting. ,
the state list. Where you will achieve "Please to meet you ma'am,"Clewlston News. If should be the primary Interest of every intf uf t J

t ., The new law specifies that the road department may And your share receive; to understand the greatness of the force at present wod j
prohibit fishing from its bridges. It will Thus live and hold fast of us ml/
probably exercise I BEWARE! human life and ""rlunent. We are la the midst
this authority-::as in the past-only where hook-and-lin '' ; whtever S Front the Rice' Lake, Wis., Chronotyper "Watch out revolution! In history, yet most person teem not to .be, .e ,
fishermen make a nuisance of themselves by moving back 'Popleusd to) ask heaven for ; they want for the pancake supper sponsored by the Mikana Ladies that fact
and forth In ,front of oncoming traffic. ed. That was before the government rtdrted. to hand out Aid."Successful Farming. AHU. ',
things." ,The Pittaburg,..(Tex.):GmtU ._ ,

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White Sidewalk Rolling Again

Decked and car brass.StSCO'S, scrap. SEEKS JOB The County Agent's: .ColumnBy 1 t .1' U

copper L. M. Johnson :

.UJT RTS OF TREASURER U M. Johnson, county Agent.: J I(r1

left Monday morning win 12 Svtnth of the USDA Extension 1 r/
South Dim (' Highway boys bound for Camp McQua/rle Service In Washington, C. M. .., vile /

Fort Jacksonville June 29-H, T. where they will participate in Sampson, extension economist
Doc" Carlisle, Jacksonville businessman and N. R. Mehrhof, Frank S.
Ph the 4-H Club camp program Perry and J. Clyde Draggers of
has announced his '
candidacy for the office of State aartlng last Monday through the University of Florida poultry ? : If E: tl,R I /

Treasurer, subject to the Demo- Saturday The county agent'sOffice aboatory, 41 1 '' '

cratic primaries next spring. He was a busy place for MANY SUMMER STUDENTS 1 .''It.{ ,
was an attache of the office from abort time unll the boys and .
DeLand,June 28-Stetson University -
N illlllllllllllllilliliiiiimiEimimiiiiiii 1941-45' their; baggage were loaded on reports the largest sum Now You Can Boy FIRESTONE'' ;

the bus The boys, with extra mer enrollment in its history.

ea. w short haircuts were eager to be With 900 attending the summer Deluxe CHAMPIONS at lower : '
,4 off and use the sporting equip- session which opened June 18, 1' r rI
the university now has a sum 1'
RIME DDi iX.O ment they carried such a fishing mer enrollment which is greater Than Pre-Wor Prices r I '

TE rods and baseball mltta They than Its pre-war peak for an .

appeared to be able to give a entire year, Your Used Tires Are : ; 1 ;1 1'ill

good( account of themselves when : :
REI FOrtCINGTEEL boys of the State In the varied West Palm Beach, June 01 26- Worth More to Us '
boys o fthe State In the varied R ,
Palm Beach
s County cover crops
camp activities We hope they and pastures are showing excellent Sot )
0 will have clear weather to enjoy Come In / for '
growth at this time; according loday[ ) ..
CONCRETE the camp life at McQuarrie and ,
to County Agent M. U. ,.
IKSLUMINUM the trips planned thru the Ocala '
B 0 Mounts.
National Boreal. They will return -- BIG SAVINGS il '1,
Saturday. The boys who SCIENTIST I +j':
CHURCHES. or 11614.14 1 111 1 1s
left with the sun.
Johnson were Lewis 'CHRISTIAN ; to I
loot of the Uuoll-aeniKHI. .hlrkth will :
STEELWI lows Clements Donald Parsons, Oer- be nod ,1. Chroh.. Chrit" .Mandel." j I''
old Mathews and Bill Hattawayof tbnu.h.ul. the.71 I. .. I. ...'. June .,-

Indlafttown, and Johnnie t'Th.. 0.1d.m T.atH. Ill..) 'the akk.
MASON VI- WHITE Bobbltt, Bobble Johnson, Carl .' ':i."I the., :leaven. mire the 4rod, 'fr.ely aswt s \i
freeir no b." roweled
PORTLAND Ulmer, Bobble Shrlgley George ai-, .' l III.".1wer 1101''I". "! I I II
Boson Jimmie'Anthony:, Nor- Aeons eiutlnal, which -eompriMwith '
,., j'
CEMENTPhone the Lo..en-.anew 'io the fops. 1inh.
-- - I "
man Crews and Peter Barr of ... Bthle, "And lb- .1... bell f1.kw 16
PierceHrjlnfornAlU.il R. T CARLISLE Stuart. then, that" b.U... I. III' a-. hall "
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IIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIMIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' the/ oat'ant new tonviM1.: !'rhea! They!, thrr.hall hall take Peak..Ps.'Mnta This vision of luxury and beauty, after h. years of war-time"
and if they drink !rode is onto the American ,",.n.. Vivacious andsportloving
The supply of free publicationsat any |privation, again rolling j
Carlisle said he proposes to Ihini H .h.11 nut hurt Ue, ,m, they hell: Heidi a Conover model shows off the tread pattern ofa ,, : I''
seek the office on a definite the office of the county agent l.r bond. .n .the .Ick, .nd, they bell tlrastont"imperial tire the first white aidcwall tire using;
constructive platform which 1s growing rapidly as the stock neeMark> 1.,11. 1101.Th. the rubber industrThe nylon ordaiuurci 11 "
Loam-a.rn".a .10. 1aeledea thefnll..I.e nylon cord to he 1 I
pledges changes In the operationof Is replenished after the season's p..e. f,... the Christie.aelene" greater produced n : resistance: of the tires to bruises
the office which he thinks rush, and new publications are with Key to .010.the ."schinee..,......."and by H..llh Mary ( h temperatures (generated by fast driving The nine ribs with
will be beneficial to the peopleof being added to bring the libraryup maker Eddy; "J.... ....hll.h.. I. Ik. 4:(14bi sharp-edned non. kid anitloi, provide one of the widest treads
STUART to date. These publications .krt.ll. rn. the' ,c.radrnt for ill ('...... and flattest contours yet developed for pawnnm-r car tires.i In appearance
the State. .. ; i j
Uoalty. M-Univ.' aa4 ho.II. Cbkt.I.e. ;
furnish information of Interest an. under a dh..1 ol'd.,. .n.. he in economy, and in safety, the new Impurial li the peer of allpoutwar '
; SINCE "This office would be streamlined .. ... .. tires. 6-47.1
r to farmers, they wen thr Cnrl.Uro..n. Ie
fruit flower
and ... .
under my administration the kri.t-.plrlt' to Ml'5 th.Vhrl.
eels growers The public >Is invited to l.t.a.ape., ... to heal' h. wick' ''
said Carlisle, -and advocate I would these Immediately Inspect this library, and If they mil .u_.the. .. Innlu.. "'....(III. ...17...IS)......._.___ ; I'I'i
do not find something useful we
changes; will\ be glad to write for the Information -
"((1)) Separation of the office .
W6Specialise from the department handling

Insurance matters, as, a State "Think twice before takea (
Insurance commissioner with chance" Is the of the BENDIX 11 !
slogan OHLY THE 1 IV -AIWtc i '
InRental. all the responsibilities of that farm safety program. Progressive ,
office should be elected by the farmers are planning to ob- IfEtME
people and be responsible to r ]
serve National Farm Safety PAT AS ? 1 I I,1M
them. '' Week July 20 to 28 by making LITTLE AS F .a=yet, : ,r ,
"((2) Regular routine tire In.; their farm a safe place to live GIVES YOU 1 "WORKIESS WASHDAYS"PLUS i m4sa., 41 elf is he b I
spections by the State fire marshal and 'work.The aembrr/av/ err f .1
't division a department of President, by proclamation '
Real Est t. +-. Insurapc* this office, to reduce fire hai- Issued April 2, designated the 1 orh'D 1 1s dil.af.. tJoe
Write ards" week commencing July 20 as 44 ro f1.. :, Without 3
or S fJOIINI Carlisle pointed out that his National Farm Safety Week asa THESE ,4 FAMOUS FEATURES PER alt e. p'

E. TAYLOR JVi years association with the spearhead to a year-round WEEK cs .. .'j
office has given him an Insight farm .safety program, The Increasing '..1.1I.
Oiceola Bldg.) Ph a 1041t Into Its operation and caused complexity of modern
iSTUARTWANTED him to be familiar with Its work- farm operations continually I.

t Ings and Duties' creates additional accident hazards NOW -- right bcfotje the
Owner of the Stockton Street and more fatal accidents
Pharmacy here; Carlisle Is a native occur in agriculture than In any holiday driving sea on

Floridian having been born other occupation. All rural people Firestone brings you the ,
In Marion County He moved are urged to set aside a specific -
here from Ocala before World item during this week for greatest tire value in history! "

YARD WORK War I and later enlisted In the family discussions of'' farm-ac CLOTHES-SAVING You get new, low prices,

LANDSCAPINGCENERAL Merchant Marine. He U a mem- cident prevention. TUMBLE ACTION trade-in allowance! We cd .
REPAIRS ber of the Woodmen of the plus our big your

WINDOW WASHING- World Downtown Lions Club, Notes from USDA: 7.b1.wt A or I ntly No tiff..,dotter taker, no hend used tires for retreading and here's e oppor '
N. E. Florida Pharmaceuticaland "If you are Interested In lilies wringer, no ins t 5 tare
BUSINESS & RESIDENCECAR Florida State Pharmaceutical better get a release headed flab,4rrsn tor dot ty thi ssi -YWATER. > unity to equip your c r with gcnuiFirestone

WASHING AND Associations "New Lilies Surpass Ordinary De Luxe Champions l> ttcrthanrewar tires i ;
. POLISHING Varieties in Size and Vigor.' It !
TREE REMOVAL AND EQUALITY ORDERED tells. of the work of Dr. 8 I* at lower-than-prc-warlpncis 1
Emsweller and other In Bureauof '' '
. PLANTING Tallahassee June 26 The Plant Industry, Soils and 1CYLIN !& i$'" :

MIMEOGRAPHING WORK State Constitution and the Agricultural Engineering In VER w wWeak" ;1'1'g
have declared g
creating new varieties and gives
DOCK REpKlRSPROPERTYlMANAGE that County Commissioners a lot of background/ too. ER .' YOU SAY VJAYSFIRESTONE'S
must create commissioner districts nd minas b. nano-pound
"Rich forest dividends the
.- I nearly as possible equal lead or tdoS.. U, gal us I.r bus
I MENT national forests paid a 1946 ,water. Ilea sap, tool Ad .
to Attorney
, population, according dividend Of $3424430 to 853 O WI
What General J. Tom Watson. counties In the United f'1'
have ou to sell iat States LO PRICES I 41 r i iO
Alaska' and Puerto Rico, which
it with us fol proper Jim ]dl- 1111I11I111I111111111111I11111111I1111I11111111IRefresh 1.!'.', l l&M

1n". Register with u. or Yourself Total Include cash national-forest receipts from acreage.opera- W H UR LIoERAJI

employment ement bl] k. tion of the national. forests '
for to'
al. amounted
$13,875071 In the
...J fiscal year 1946. The law distributes ,TRIPLE : RINS N
KennethOwner timm 1 a certain percentage of U Tho eett.r the eas tho but O Slaw ORE 0 MILEAGE AND j, k !+
EARL/S/ wtun. With" nod-lad" ,mo r.
4nager this sum to the States to be soap 'tc
ouxhly rimed way]your white* ? SAFETY e l F dO
apportioned among the counties whitec4ari olMTsn*, .brifbter'


C S Gainesville,.Tune 26 Miss TIME AND TRUBLE USE THE
FOUNTAIN /) Lucille Inscoe of Stuart Is one
Krueger Bill Ida g SANDWICH S/& COFFEE of 37 county and home demonstration CONVENIENT FIRESTONE BUDGET PLANe

Bog 486 Ptoi& 41.W INDIANTWN, FLA. agents, assistants and

a special summer short Ol/E
course on advanced extension ,

"W. Sell the, t" -., .1. "W. Ser ce he Rest" methods at the University of .No oar mot UM' top!hoisting I Just wet tujnUnp ,' .a'3:.;clot eJoou I Yet//
Your Florida !, dry Uundry Into IJU buket. vp to 35S STRONGER ew Saftl-Sund cord
Buy The three-week session began body gives extra protection >init blowouts and 1'' ,

Refnger/toV ;-- Radiopplia cesa June 16 and will close July, I. can be napped ague and a win.,
It Is the second annual summer

e e The Guara ee- session of its kind. up to 0tt MORI NON- KID ANGLES New

Courses Include audlo-vlsua! Stlu-Cnf tread auura ears\traction and extra
Backed ByiBROS aids, advanced rural leadership proNctloa agimtt skidding
advanced Agricultural Exten-
sion Service youth programs up to 32% LONGER MILEAGE Wider (l.ttef
BAR ERVI and poultry practices. Instructors used and Vitunic Rubber providV extra prouctiaaWCM. +

are George L. Crutcher of agatast .
31706c, a Ave. Phone Stuart 209 the University of Florida General -

Extension Division, 0 A: ''It
eI Slot Moll out
NEW F *"" *'", .
You Can Now Buy Yowr ..r" S
NEW Fjr*s'olU
Put ;its


N NVENIENT BUDGET TERMS See how you Just att a dial-add aoip-and the IVndix Ala SM Our Extra Value Merchandise for Horn
A and Form- Car and Tfwck-Work and Recreation, t
CUSTOM lUILTto O-r Senand QuIMf does the;real! Coke In for.4 demonstration Howl!

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TEN THE! 9TCART'NCWI, ITCART, Martini Casty IOMDA, J&8D4TIt1N1) ; U, ."7.tr'lj .

J:: ;::: Editorial prove we guess, that a Bronte amazingly tine cottage can be long-distance talking record of of Crestview It was generally I The tradlton that y
Desk Button and a certificate aren't turned out. We think that deserves J 1947 Legislators' Able, But None IS hours, S3 minutes, was estab-I conceded that Beasley mad one gressman from the tr4 die

:' I i j;' Odds and Ends always enough to express that a lot of credit tor giving lished by Wisconsin late Sena- of the most efficient and, popular could 'be elected son :
I, ,j'l 'I "thrill of lifetime" How amounts County to a new what communitywith practically- Were Persuasive Speakers. tor LaFollette, with the late speakers of recent years, three Consecutive terii

; j t, Dr Ralph X: Pilgram of Harrlsburg about a statue of a aallfishdowntown a goodly number of rea- Huey Long M runner-up. maintaining a, high degree of broken by MlllardRepresentative cuj!

f 1 1\\ Pa,. sends along a ? If an Individual sonably priced homes In It despite -I By FULLER WARRENThe Bill" Hodges of Leon County was Against such'long-winded orations order and decorum with i minImum siket, T""
: ), j, can thus "glorify" the Idea of "the Impossible housing the past weeks performance of discord The House both able and Popular
photograph of a specially assigned k
1 t+ catching one why couldnt ,a shortage, 1847 Legislature had many a remarkably effective speaker of Senators Taylor and kept abreast or ahead of Its district, has" .,
\ plaque which he had: town follow the example? able members Some were successful He probably made more speeches schedule, no ruling of the chair 1D40, If Beasley ajf
?' 'It I made to commemorate the' The''a State Ad Commission sent businessmen Others than anY other man who ever Morse, totaling some ;30 hours, was appealed and Tom friendly: a candidate the race ta
:, catching\ of a sailfish here on' Two of Martin County distinguished us copy of the new folder were outstanding attorneys. served In the Florida Senate It seem like brlel comments grin was as constantly In evidence Congressional District III!
February I It consist of a' citizens, Jon Hall which "will Invite thousands to While these records prove beyond as was his red rosebud promise of being !
bas-relief of the Men of conspicuous ability In was hard to pass a bill that he further question that men one of tb
1 Stile of FlorIda and Frances Langford, who Florida next winter A hang boutonntere Interesting In Florida.Lyons'
;S fi a replica of Stuart Sailfish' maintain their Florida homeat up color job preaching "Cometo many occupations comprised Its opposed. He talked many a bill are the out-talklngest critters
{ Club Hag, and data on the 7- Bewails Point, narrowly Florida to have fun" from membership of 133. Many of Into a law. I living they also establish the
foot, 1-Inch sail':. Which goes to ,escaped Injury at Santa Mon- klver to klver. It will bring a them had long experience Inthe It will be a better day for, fact that a fondness for the I
ica, Calif., recently when their lot of tourists through general ..Legislature Several had extraordinary sound on one's own voice knows
I!, i cabin plane was struck by a Florida appeal," but Its up to skill in parliamentary Florida when the power of persuasive -i no geographical! or political confines Imperial
"r small caliber rifle bullet A each Individual .community to procedure. Some had a superior speaking returns to the, the participants coming
) REAL 14-year old boy, who said he get Its share, I knowledge of the State'sbusiness Legislature. "i from widely scattered sections'
\ had been "shooting at rab- I ? and representing (or do they?) St
,' blta" Was'arrested In an ad- Also In ,this week mall Is a: But none possessed the most ACCIDENT PREVENTIONPART I both political parties Not that on
; : adjacent field 423-page book "Opportunity In useful equipment for service )In OF CHILD men are the only talkers; we've 617 S. Federal Mchwe 1. Stuart, Florida
I' ESTATEInvestments s Florida" published by the State a legislative body..,that Is excep- HEALTH PROGRAM I known women, as well as men, (Across the Bridge In life BeService Addition)
i Realtor Otto Kubin has been Department of Agriculture it' tional ability to speak persuasively I who could talk the horns off a FINEST MILK SHLKE IN THE WORLD
I j L' j quietly "selling off gosh knows details all the manufacturing, Many members could According to the Florida State I blllygoat, but none that possess (26-Ouncea Thick) ("Jl. ... .,1.
I I how many lots In the old Rio St. Industrial and agricultural opportunities .: speak logically and Informatively Board of Health, lives of more I such lasting qualities as the Sen- Regular 76-Octane e 0 net Cal. ,ZZk

I .1, ',_ I II Lucle subdivision--and I theremust In this/ grand State: but none possessed the [children art being claimed by: ate talkathonen Ethyl Gasoline, Gal '. .----, .. .--", -24A
be to change other members filibuster would
twenty new houses going through stories gleaned from power Perhaps the
I up there right now. Streets Florida newspapers, We were bers' minds by speaking The accidents In the home than by have reached an earlier end If Open AlTNigt Every Night
\ 'L{ and sidewalks were built duringthe happy to see four articles from! vote on no bill was decisively Influenced diseases. For this reason, em! the air-conditioning had been HAMBURGERS/ ND CUBE STEAKS-Ai COOl! I
boom, but the subdivision the columns of The Stuart News.I by a speech of any phasis this year's Child Health: turned off, and the normal As the eeUSUMMER'S '
I "didn't take" at that time",Now, member of the 1947 Legislature. observance has been placed on Washington summer temperature -
: e with the lot put on the marketat Last Sunday's Miami Daily: Very few members succeeded in avoidance of such accidents plus the -heat generatedby
SALES AND STINGS reasonable prices, they sold News magazine section car- saying anything sufficiently This Is a departure, somewhat,; political and' personal differences -
TIIUOU.IIOUTVMAKTIN like hot cakes and a great manyof noteworthy to be quoted In the celebration been givenfull aw ay.
1 I ried an Illustrated stofy on from the traditional
I'' ; COtAtA I I the new buyers are putting up newspapers/ No member made a Is not' Physical discomfort may accomplish
Edwin A. Menninger, publish for accident prevention
I 4 ,' surplus Army houses on them. er of The Stuart,News, detailing speech that caused Onrll considerable I generally thought of as part of'I what reaaortsod sense HERE
L :!' :+, W. B. /TI ONIF" These houses come In units his flowering tree activities comment excellence a child-health program. cannot, as evidenced by the fate
and the finished product depends We were also Informed as a speech No member Some of the leading causes ofaccidents of a nudist colony establisheda
REALTOR pretty much upon skill had sufficient skill as a speakerto the I few years ago in South Florida -
\ today that a Stuart News editorial to children In
il and taste of the 'compiler an "Editor Easy Chair" fill the gallery, There were home are: Our only Information regarding Enjoy Our .If
Cor Commercial St. and I Some are excellent, show good; few who could even hold the It la from newspaper
and News it Comment" will Buma-many of which are
" ,r ,, Dixh- Ill-May. taste In the remodeling job be Included In an anthologyof complete attention of their fel- kitchen accidents. For example, accounts and hearsay, but )IBI Specia.l
bthers are pretty much ordinary. low members Delicious '
matter of record that after
''' ', Jenten Beach selections from 'America'sweekly a child reaches for hot things on
'If With a good paint job and a newspapers now being This was not always so In the the stove or is burned when hot flourishing during a mild win-
i few tasteful alterations, an compiled by John M Henry of Florida Legislature. During the liquids are spilled, 'Others are ter and balmy spring, It disap-
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lit I the Des Moines I Iowa) Register past 20 years the Legislature has surface burns caused when' the peared simultaneously with \the C ld Pates
I' and Tribune. We Just men- had members who were widely child touches stoves, Irons, electric coming of the rainy season with
; :, FLOWERS For AU OCCASIONS tion these things In self defense celebrated for their extraordinary I healthers Children playing Its accompanying swarms of
because of the strong ability as speakers Some with matches account for large mosquitoes This is Just a suggestion -
I probability that you will find were such surpassing speakers portion of accidents to opponents of future
))1 : BOUQUETS CORSAGES\ /CUT FLOWERS that pet article of yours beau- that the galleries filled to overflowing I Falls--Infants left unattended I Senate filibusters! a d

i iII' FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS tifully balled up In todays and every member was frequently fall 'out of bed, I Not being politician we haveno
paper. In his seat when they "took the downstaris or out of windows idea what Tom Waston hopes
i J DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CERAMICSSMITH'S floor." Poisoning-children are made to accomplish by his tactics regarding Delightful Salads

: 111 f 1\\ One of the most dramatic and One such was the late, lam- very ill, or die not only from the Everglades National
< M, I FLOR T SHOP Interesting avenues of new." In ented Dr. W. A. McKenzie of taking common poisons such as Park, but to the unltlated It
i /FLOWERS any town I Is the "list of the hunt Lake County. He was a poet, Insecticides,lye and other house- seems to be an Idea equippedwith
11/ .i WE WIR ed" posted In all sheriffs offices philosopher and orator all rolled hold poisons but also from tak- an automatic self-starting
i : Arcade Bide, 5th St, Ft/Pterce Phone 310JLUMBER and police stations Police Into one When he spoke ing an overdose of medicines backfire The bill creating the
t rf'porteral8ually\ take a squintat everybody within car-range especially candy-coated or park was passed early In the 47
--- them and I think It very listened and learned. Frequently brightly colored ones.Woufldsresulting session and, If there were doubts
Interesting to study the facesof when It was known in from child- as to Its legality In the mind of
these men and women who advance that Dr. McKenzie ren playing with toys that arc the Attorney General there was .S
\ i r I make up "life In the raw." There would speak at a certain time, dangerous,' toys with small detachable ample time, to make that fact
; they are, page by page the murderers delegations of girls from the parts which are easily known without waiting until
t rapists, robbers car Women's College would gather swallowed; lollipops on sharp Governor Caldwell reached CAFETERIA
In the House gallery and listen Washington to complete the
thieves, and Just plain"missing sticks are especially dangerous. 1
and What stories are Imbedded In with rapt attention to the exciting Injuries from foreign bodies park transfer Critics of Watson
'1 those black and white files! oratory that rolled majestically such as bobble pins that the view It as an effort to embarrassthe THE COOL SPOT\TO"DINE'
/ : I Building Escaped prisoners of war. Waitresses : from his eloquent child swallows or else sticks Into Governor who, Incidentally,
: who Just "up and dis- I myself was several times put his eyes or ears; electric shock, doesnt embarrass easily, while AirConditiondand
i 4 appeared," Respectable businessmen almost Into a trance by Dr. McKenzle suffocation, drowning and gunshot many friends of] Watson consider -
;' 1' : Materials who "vanished" without 'i meemerle'oratory.. I wounds take their toll of It a misguided publicity stunt
f have seen strong men trembleand While the recent session pro-
cause or trace. The hunted. children lives each year, and
; a Walking down the street, I often sedate women almost swoon most accidents such as these can duced only one! Btslewtdf candidacy Recommended by DuncaV Hines
l are more plentiful think: any one of them under the spell of-Dr McKenzle be prevented by watchful parents 'several prospective entrants .
I '
',. might be here In Stuart. This; s exciting eloquence,: 'Safeguard the child- for other offices emerged -
b We May Have What You! Need quiet town would be such a Another legislator who held Safeguard, the nation" from the biennial set-to,
f swell hideawayUnmailable, his hearers spellbound was the notably that of Tom Beasley,
; For That New Home J5e Sure t See Us late A. W, "uncle Lonnle" Weeks Speaker of the House, who Is
SHRIGL/Y of Holmes County Though far known to be casting a longingeye
AL Mgr. advanced in years, Uncle Lon- on the Congressional seat r "I
nle had a powerful piercing I Florida presently occupied by Bob. SlkeS
J I East Coast Lumber voice capable of being distinctly ,
i't i Items ListedIn heard on the back row of any Ferris WheelThe with
audience. He had a physical : ROTARY/ LUBaT

11 II! t 4' vigor that many young men envied ART N. 5205w.d..d.v FENDERSEA1Th
Ii & Co.
', ) Supply an effort to pass general He commanded an array long argued question of mil
Information along to the public of colorful language the like of whether or not women talk more SHOLM CHILL
i t I Phone 22 / Stuart Florida and save time and energy the which has seldom been heard than men has been effectively 6D STAFFORDmHvM '
,, hr 1 Post Office Department has released anywhere, When speaking Uncle answered by the U, 8, Senate. In MES EGRAM, SM. Permanent Asbestos ftU311
a partial list of unmall- Lonnle arms flailed the air In that august body, the all-time,
1 \i \ i i't able matter for which a,penalty all directions. On one occasionhe UNDERCAR COATING] of ;
i may be Inflicted If the item Is spoke with such explosive f11A1
; J Waterfront Properties caught It Is suggested that If force that his false teeth were CLINTON 1 Keep that new car "new";
; there is any doubt In a person'smind catapulted from his mouth and
I 1 I' i Along the Indian and St LUcie rivers and Hobe Sound, regarding mailing of a hurtled through space into an 1I and give the oU car ''new"
Ocean Frontage certain Item a check should be : upturned derby hat on a near-
"" )t made with the postmaster by desk. MAKES YOUR C/R LOOK NEW, quietness, will* Amaipro'' 7 a
I : j The following are unmallable: Pat Whltaker former Senator LASTS THREE AiMES LONGER I =_ =
I r Intoxicating beverages; In- from Hlllsborough County, ASK THE CAR OWNEHT WHO HAS A INTONE Asbestos Fendtal, the
j flamable matter such as matches both as 'member of the House iOB \ better
t ; lighter fluid and any other and the Senate, was one of the SPRAYED INTO EVERY CORNER & CREVICE car linden r,
t, J JA, ( articles likely to cause fire most persuasive speakers ever OVER HALF HUMORED JOBS IN STUART
I through absorbtlon of moisture, to sit in the Legislature He Guard against infiltforion_oF/arbon monoxide
\ or self-Ignition through frictionor usually spoke to a full chamberand
I; J S I spontaneous chemical Changes a packed gallery Stuart Service Station gas and insulate aaeLnst Mat and cold from '
I ; ammunition and all other The late W. C. "Homestead
1' y; I o w. explosives, firearms, such as I I pavements. Elfminate\'r/r; road noises and
I revolvers, which are capable of
: a being concealed on the person, body rumble.
obscene matter, poisons, narco- West Palm Beach 1
tics, extortion letters and lot- 'Directory It'* all done by on/app\i 1 ,
and fraudulent
: tery matter. I
:1 WHEN IN WEST PALM BEA/H Asbestos Fendenecwh. ca\Iniuronc. of longer t1 l

15 Jacksonville OPPORTUNITIES June 2*CITED,-Opportunities THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR/ATRONAGE automobile We oVa I riding ca/nfort., t

for expansion of Florida
I 's cattle industry were em- -sasroo55T sagMo HAWTHORNE 'rotert the life/durablllty q\d'' serviceability f
\ phasized here this week by William ROOFlNC'CO.. your car by havinq he underneath\urface coated wilt>|
L. Wilson, Director of State I Amaapre Fender/eal to prevent tne rust that worn
1 :;. / ; Markets, In discussing current HOOFING-SHEET METAL up through the/ etal Itself-breakW and loosenun

'/ '. 'to price levels for livestock ,,. oprohmAnCLJHATIJ NLATWVLNTu.ATso paint on the f/rfacei. When this aoseninj is once
1 ouNi u tsBADCOCK'S' \ WATtxraooriNa, started-the r/at attacks from all sid\II and contii -
NAVY OPTIONS NAMED In its destrucrfve the '
j. work every hour 0
The Navy Department has announced I
1 that all men enlisting RUST an j or re-enlisting in the regular B B' S by Blush' n/id and"water' on the high\ I', that ,lit
H o Navy within three months from flushed .un/er splashing pressure ajaiiVt the underneath
date of 512 Clematis St. SAFE WORKS
discharge from regular AytOCK surf cracks crevices 'w
ces, penetrating Into ,,
r ,,1 Navy or reserve' may do so fora Furniture and Ml First A ':1- Phone TWO other defe ta in the metals The constant oundln: *.
term of two, three four
or six I
"" ",\ yean at the option of the man House Furnishing Wsfaalr Anything Dust, San{ and Gravel that acts ai a and Bl *
, : ordlnw
concerned on the mal surface, not only destroyiW

I f1v paint, buff actually grinding' and poundto/ minus
holes into the metal \
FENDERSEAL) i i.i-a coating of I lAthwfMtoughnew
j'L i Immediate Response;; 'To Every Emergency Call I that protects the underneath surfs&-J &

tlnp of Improved and Unimproved Propertle Our"Towing" Service, Equiried To Handle Even Heavy Trucks, as If armop.'pUte'Interested in protects saving'a your battleship.CAR' see Ralph'Z'n"SeCond ,.,-

';' '!Throughout Martin County .. Respond I Immediately to 11 1 Emergencies. Pur Drivers Are at the Street Sunoco, Stuart.Service? :Station' Fed. Hi-Way and i}

ACREAGE 1ItANCIIU Trained Mechanics. We Are )Hid.l Representatives Iri Martin County, for AAA I On. Application Guaranteed For tt life of Yo r C"
t SewaD's Point Blver-to-Rlver Properties

Jollier. bland Oc..-..-..... EstatM ,8t... St :

C. B. ARBOGAST North Federal Hghway? iLEY M CO. Phone 291 I The :noco'St-atioD'


2nd Sty Fed HiWayI'ACF 'st



HEAD OF REALTORS are costing far,more, comparatively Seymour's Inn. { weeks 1
I ,Tallahassee, June 24 -. The FISHINGIN GROUP SEES GOOD i ," -Werly said Mr. and Mrs James Rogers Miss Elizabeth Robertson was' :'i Ir IrI
,>CI l rk of the county fudge's court SUMMER FOR STATE "One of the things realtor and of Mrs. Francis Thomas Satur- hostess to her bridge club at' Fred A. Staff t '
)II not authorised to marry people builders are grateful for this of Mrs Francis Thomas CSatur- Seymour's Inn Tuesday after! I ,
I Attorney ,General J. Tom THE FAMOUS Orlando, June S8-AC Werly, week," Werly added, ''18 the fact day. noon. High score prizes were r.. v
Wttsoa has Informed County president' of the Florida Association that homes up to 2000 square Miss Marlon Fairbanks and won by Mrs. Adolph HerteJ and i
judge Charles 0. Mathls, Jr, of St. Lucie of Realtors, here this week ft. now may be built the one Miss Merele Pace of Oakland.. Mrs. Betty Alderman. Others ,
It. Augustine. Region ; stated that a recent survey Indicates bathroom limitation Is droppedand Calif., and Miss Marie Fairbanksof playing were Mrs R. 8 Robertson ; ,
.I-- a good summer In practically -' no Federal permits are required West Palm Beach were the Mrs C. H Alderman Mrs \ t II,
IHt TRUE SPORTSMAN IS A CUAHOIAJll\ OF NAttMAL, tUOlMCU all communities where I since June 1. For practically guests of the Fairbanks' grand Arnold Taube, Mrs. ,Lewis Gamble ell, L (
r there are active boards of real- the first time since i .;
One of the most delightful 1942 mother, Mrs Florence Beardsler, and 1i"1." Seymour Gideon j
action depends largely on the homes may be built without Friday and
lights, I think on the St. Lucie factors tors.Activity I Saturday Mrs Lena Jones has returned .;,
affecting the ,
and Indian Hirers In species seems to be centering Government authorization anda Mr. and Mrs L Sutton of
time \la the schools of summer porpoises when It Is very young and long particularly on homes and small I substantial Increase In construction Ocean Breeze left Monday for from a month's visit with relatives :;: f
ItWfsm which come Into the In- before a large predator like the Investment properties, he said of those muchneededsmall an extended motor trip to their In Orlando ,
st side waters to feed and to mate. porpoise Is Interested In it He stressed the fact that hun- homes for veterans should former home In Colorado They ,UI'I
That the ancients loved them It would be far more logical dreds of lots even thousands, result The realtors of the na- expect to return in the fall
td look to the changes made by tion have worked
Is are being purchased over the uncreaslngly
the Mrs Joe
proven many depict. Kllng Is cashier at
man for an explanation of the
ions of "the State for building homes when to bring about this desired result
dolphin" the art Quinn Grocery during the absence
depletion of shore fishes In this
of the flow of materials Is again free and 4t looks as If their efforts of
early Mediterranean area. Mrs. Joan Sutton
eA region.Pollution of Inside waters, He said lot prices are not at all ,
It Is beautiful are now about to be or"'ned '
a sight to watch Mrs Loretto NOTICE't t
dredging, and the increase In out of reason and urged that Vincent has re-
RACTSTA them rolling, charging fish on shrimp trawling could all contribute any one desiring to build a home with success* turned from Newark, N:J.,where
D the flat
leaping and playing she has been her
to the dlfflculles faced visiting sister
a ATION.asC secure the site now, have It
They eat a few fish sure. Be byl fishes particularly during clear cc:: :=::::aoaoc==oao and other relatives for two
wit and In shape for Starting
L1NS MANCI the picturesque pelicansbut ,-- their early ,weeks of life. It Is building as soon. as*assurance of. : months. NOTICE
hereby given that license sr
be dog
why Selfish about the unfortunate that the'march of materials Is given thus avoid- JENSEN NEWS Mr.and Mrs Sam Fritcher and"Ace" ;
FLORIABSTRACT bounty of Nature
It Is
a won-
civilization has this effect on Parkhurst
left last
ing delay "Purchased of homesare week
/ CO. derful porpoises and rolling thrilling and thing to eee wild life but It seems to be inescapable really getting more tor their By Charlotte Helller for Flint Mich, where they will I will become due,and payable On July lit
pelicans The only path openIs dollar today thun In any other I I spent about two months .
JIM KENNEDY..0 t diving makes this They world an so part fair of and what at to determine by careful study commodity. Food, clothes, labor! -===::101:10:: ====01:10 Mr. and Mrs Lewis Gamble at the' City} Clerk'sXoffice, >City Hall.
the factors Involved and try to
eTUART FLORIDA tractive. Let us all have the Mrs. Vonche Scarborough and and daughter Verna 'and IOn,1

grace to acknowledge thelirights work out so some that Intelligent the wild compromise life regard him-as a friendly 'critter'I, Mrs. Audi Lee De Witte of Jack, Louis Mounds, Jr, 111, ,left'where Tuesday will for' Licenses are $1.00 eacp for/diner male or

home Joy to o: :rvefr: dee take I population retreats. less rapidly fish even we If he do.does A more like,I Inhumanemethod the' same sonville are the guests of their I visit Mr. Gamble's parents they Mr. female
as man expands"The could brother, Durwood Cotton, of and Mrs. J. M Gamble, for three *
them-without shooting
REBUILD and CONVERT I question as to above outline was writ. I
whether they "benefit us." tea as an objective answer to hardly be found for the chances f--I ICI t If'
YOUR OLD MATTRESS Up near St. Augustine SORT those who would, without think of killing a porpoise outright I11 I//
oft the 'residents are proposing ing, blame the porpoises for the with the average gun Is quite re OF STUART, a aBy
{witn. i to eradicate or reduce the porpoise depletion of local shore fishes, mote. The more likely", result WIVU AND 1N4I IIIIN '

INNERSPRINCSCALL population. Arthur F. McBride There arc, In addition, the Important would be an open wound causing Sl\1 L. B. Eurit, l

curator.of! Marine Studios, aestetlc factors to consider considerable misery it not lingering a-.fully. 'new N.nIdis.H.e City Clerk. i iI
710 one of Florida's great I tourist The porpoise has a great death. This unsporU- WHIT g
attractions where the man like attitude Is not InherentIn
appeal to most of U', Includingthe Writ I
Is king-has written an open of tourists, and! we the, great majority of the rave Cmtrt A..... St. PiUrtbir, Fie. I
We Will minded and fine defense of these millions : fishing fraternity .
magnlflclent creatures,
I Call for your mad Porpoises and fishes"he says

Reprocess liable filing( "have been living together In DOLLARS U hlldi PATIONIZE- If
the sea for some tens of millions I
Completely rebuill your of I&r.
years. During that time there I
mattress supt-lylnglhe have SPENT IN HOME FIRMSOFFERING r ; "
following I undoubtedly been marked : MARTIN COUNTY ; :
fluctuations In the number' of
o innerspring new snalerfJsi HO $ I each but on the whole I the fishes MARTIN COUNTY -- YOU ; 11 Hi, : I

have been eminently successful
B Sbkl lap 1 Insulattn and In the absence of definite facts STAY AT HOME BUSINESS, DIRECTORY THESE SERVICES !
It Is ridiculous to assert that ;l
LaArs, .f felt during the past ten or twelve '

Butt s tufts years the porpoises have suddenly s
begun to kill off the fishes
"The well-know concept of the I I t

AC H.ndlkn A ]levering for t ]ruing to"Balance prevent of the.Nature"depletion operates of the PAINT STUART CO. Electric COMPLETE and SERVICE Refrigeration I II I GAS SUNOCO"X. OILLUBRIN SNACKSHOP WILSON'S I I For AMBLE +I

Hand Volled Jdge prey by the predator. We may FILING CABINETS i ELECTRIC .
well consider a group of Interdependent PAINTSVARNISHES' No Job Too Large Or ; TS On the Ocean's I
Complete!! rebnitmattnsi organisms as resembling Too Small Martin ReV I Ivj and F RIGIDAIREEME +
County I
wlIV be a pyramId. At the bottom ENAMELS HOBE SOUND SANDWICHESEER 'J'ypes and I
_'An of
are the primary food producers
\\wltl ADIOS
returned ] o I -; the plants. They alone Lr Few ELECTRIC CO. FENDERSEALtnder .... OFFICE SUPPLIESThe

48 can manufacture food, utilizingthe MURPHY.HER IN-WILLIAM! D Phone Car Coating. 7'f' rU USES i ectrical Contractor M
rs energy from sunlight, Above Stuart News +
Hobe ound 3271 Steam Clean : fctimates Submitted. Ne ,
them are the organisms which I D.P NT PRODUCTS I Open ma 'Round I ,
TOTAL C ONLY teed on the plants They mustbe hone 118 Nit Phone 21 1i-Way Stuart JENSEN B cnI Office Supply Dept Job To Large Or Toe Small

$24'Mattressei' 5 a smaller quantity else they I 0. Ar ado r. 0. box-877 Stun 18S-i I I I' _.. !- Next To P. O,Jensen Beach
would consume all the plants
and perish with them Above
the plant consumers, would be
still other organisms still smaller Web Stuart'Auto Jensen
Box SplrftigsStudio quantity.. Finally at the very v's Store way

top of the pyramid sits the ultimate to
\Divans predator, In the present e *, Groceries Camp SURE f s
argument-the porpoise. H1 i I. A roxen Foods AUTHO LD FOR Uncle
Direct FromManqFact position is secure-only as long R DUCE, DRUGS ORD Billy sez. .' Modern CottagesAnd TRY THEM.7HEle '1 t

f as the lower levels are sound FLTIES, GIFTS
r O trailer Court ARE MORE THAN
.... ... .
qr'T The total weights of the porpoises N/II/G LIBRARY ALES AND SERVIC (1..1..1.Ice Ip......... .......p...II .....I F.It .,)
of this region can never even JeBeach f DAY AND NITE RENTAL BV fcoNlrf DAY! WEEK Q* APT TO HAVE IT.
1You approach the total weight of the RECKERSERViBODY ALL CONVENIENCESBLAIR
fishes they feed upon for the ais rw Paper Pr Btte REPAIRS Time was that I can a\d BAKER

At porpoise's success Is dependent PHONE 9142 1 when any Democrat could Jensen/Beach
P NE 9U1-J OM Dl.l. HI W rtam* elSS
on the success of his prey. (It
1 a base on team and
REA "SAVIN be to out here any
might well point I J
that the frequently quoted statement J his turn at bat He wasnt
Spec/il/ Xttentio
that a porpoise can eat I ner wasn't LEFT-he
his weight In fish per day la a wHLN It THINKING OP rn'Jocks a
To, YOUR AD J middle lane-he didn't ,
Stuart Taxi
] physical Impossibility. His stomach i I l
Hotel 'ti simply Isn't that big. Here CONCRETEBLOCKS IN THIS SPA brother DEMS, ner with :awalls \ m
Marine Studios adult porpoises raise "OLD CAIN!" \
|ouri t court\ weighing about 400 pounds each, ILL BRING RESULTS i to Republicans wee just th' SERVICE Boat Houses
consume 20 pounds per day. On '
fat and It AND T SMALL COST -they had th'r plank to Prompt Dependable ,
Apartmen this diet they grow A Types Of MarineConstruction
I Ja logical to assume that In the CONCRETE ITEMS ERV WEEKTAXI ther wasnt none who Courteous

sea their average consumption coop" nee gave out
isit Our Stores would not be "over triple this Sri I van Taylor 1 1P.
knew right wher'
P ON 300 They
AT amount.) L. DECKER O. Box474PHONE
L PHONE 149 .
stood each voted
To further dispute the argument other !
FOR "T E D, MAN" 104-J
that the porpoises are depleting DIXIE HIPHONE ST WPITCHFORD'S I that way but now you I 1
Fort Pierce the fishes we might consider --
I T| / all party lines crossed up
evidence that has been g'I .. ...
\Sr -- .
.day todayl,
wherever Intensive - 1 ,-
Sleep gathered "
Shop tudles of fluctuations In fish W L. Th' public's mind Is fill\ TRUEMANFertiliser UBSCRIBE + 1''

>20 North 2nd f St.INext populations have been carried T -It can't be classified F

iti The outstanding finding Inch somethln'lackln' In this day; clear reasonln' has dledl I We're .1
/( to Horton's To Onepf The Best I b
) I work was the Importance ed to death fer other !lands that border every sea, when TUXEDOFEEDS ;
o the early weeks of a fish'sU Weeklies In The UnitedSt
i < E
or When environmental con- BENT home sr" dum hard-pressed IT DON'T MAKE SENSE TO
and Boats
dl&OM were favorable a large 'Coital ANDCJNlRAL \es '

| Dubbini Sleep Shop p d1Jc on rtiollr of of eggs the hatched years pro-out. WHOLCSAll 3e codBait ..4 KKTAU. Mine 9154IN POULTRY INSECTICIDES: REMEDIESSTUART LINE! )..OF. n

.1I10)S..Dlxle FaY able conditions at this time .fir Sale
West Palm Beach WC pie larval' fish to moreu1l1 jJENSENlBEACH AVE.PHO SIC t II
all overcome the hal- At COUfttV BRIDCI JACK MARTIN, M j $3 a year $S two ears
Phone 4830 ards of\ early life and grow to \

'I' marketable size In short, the .
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Repair For K1TCI N S ANEW andT \ A Complete Check.., CLEANING



are now receiving WEDELICIOUi Beer and Soft Drin i .OPEN a UUU DAILY MOTH PROOFING

many hard-to-get item HAM Sandwiches, Soup, notVi ((10 Tear Guarantee) General, Contractingand "
OOD' St yard Oil Co.ER Repairs
\ Miles So. of Stuart-
P. Box 832
Dixie Federal HI-Way No. 1 \ I
til 8. I-Way MEN'S SOX One Block West Palm
I Eneger r. Beaut hop CULT GASOLINE \ DIW HIW.FQUALITY I Jensen Beat] City Bridge On The ,

See -fqricreani, screen doors, its I. Alte.Ie PIIDNI seAN Right

"!- 'owSAiB/s, fancy grilled '
crefet floors,'eta 'MerrimaV's YOME 'SUNRJALOUSIES i F R A N HALEJROOFING -- Buy The Best -


m. Box or r and \ Formerly Cambodia

Mill-Work t&ndhXat All Times t $ alines DI 'tea VLL / ANDJoof
Mexican Cee
me.Coconut *AI lie jtn j s o+ \ Appliances
> Openi 1 Iii. m. Tin U m. so.+ K aButter USMM IT WSTALUH4 SEASON Repairing \ Kitchen, Laundrf
) Closed Sunda I Crunat 'Sl/NRAY SHUTTERS Oifea ? a.m. Till 6 Cabinets and all mall
LUMBER> The Pistes re / ESTIMATES SUSMITTED ,Saturdays\ Till'8 p., 9141 Colorado and-Leave AT*. \ Rental. Radios
a 'Sunray Shutter W& LOSE:
Frteade MeelfMlOsceoUAv Message
.!NONE M SWEETStain Product \ NOON Wrh, O, I. lit \ ELECTRIC

; Kdg. 4tli BL/ W. C.AIIMOSi( r. O BOX Ow Ml Aben' Ave..Phon Stuart,' Flaw, Phone fitiL6G

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tun and frolic, good connected with the State son, Joseph, SUjl 1 II 1,
A treAT ECONOMY IFFlorldlans 1 ccnnomlc future today than t they .free cheat X-ray* In the countywill iiiiiiiiiiimmiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiuiiii, nine of mental Station. Dlbblee.
I exceed SO cent of the things to eat and prize will be Expert-I I They art UvinII\
j per
were a year ago the restarch II Records show NEWS OF In the offing Everyone Is In- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph. Arthur Glfford hontalwJ
theSTREET adult population.
J : I are substantiated In and Industrial division or the DOWN vited. Ington Ankona were During the war Ddnohu .S3
that public apathy to the public Indian River Drive snack guests of their neighbor, officer in J "
more optimistic view ot their Florida Slate Chamber ot Cornmerer I J 4he osg
: \ stated yesterday In Its health program In torn sections Mr. and Mr*. Louis:;; Bell Eda- Mr and Mrs. J. D. Askln Sunday Chinese In the Cililna-Bu X
half the local total
Is less than
\ l'' weekly business review dealing Charles Christopher association By VIVA CLARKIIIIIIIIIIII115IIIII11Illllllllllltlllllllllllh; son were Saturday night guests evening India Theater

I with| the,State'* LOYAL
11 ORDER OF "Current statistical yardsticks president educational, i bard at their home In Walton.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. C Phelps have
promoted an
j siaecM uphold this OIlnIOland.. compared .I By MART HARTMAN for several !month, In her husbands anticipationof a* their house guests Mr and
( o/O s .oI I with the typical year of t DON'T LIKE 8NAKES-but, taking program forward to the arrival of getting a cottage on Long Viva C Roat was a din- Mr, D. Kirch from Bridgeport
the Island Sound Mrs John Bahl-, ner guest of Mr, and Mrs Joseph Ala. they were Joined byJ.
I II 11937 or with 1933-1939 averages, like ,that first woman In the mobile X-ray unit In Martin Friday
CACMMONllVowdulani a show Floridlan far better oft Garden of Eden the serpents' County. berg closed her winter ::yme inWalton i Worthington $in Ankona June D. Askln for a fishing party.

""T SttArl, Ha Hull, In practically every economic hold a certain fascination, possibly and left 17. They reported a large catch of
j born of a respect for their New York where; she will Join bass, some weighing around 4tyIbs
C'at.egoryH _I MASS X RATS BY THE STATE: Two table bridge
i > -__ __ I power to kill As we recently him and also visit a alslter Mrs.George .
Board of Health ar carried out In Hoboken, were In play at She home of
killed a pair,of the deadly coralsIn
at a great saving to the taxpayers Mr. and Mrs Edward B. TraubIn '
\ N J., Mrs Sahlberg was accompanied Ausley of Wau- IMPARTIALLY wig'
our back 'ard-whlch required Mrs Hortcnse ,
round numbers, If Ankona Saturday night when
Jones Well Drilling and Plumbing a hand-book to identify Using residents by her children, John,I Mr. and Mrs chula was the Sunday visitor of storms Deal Out D.Jrscioa
the 2000 Martin county they entertained
-you may be Interested to know Jr, George, Judy and Fred. her brother, Ruben T. Johnston,
had each paid for a chest I Charles Gay, Jensen Beach: Mr Roofs ,
[ Quick Servic, W r try to please you that three very similar snakesare and Mr. Johnston in Walton. ads
Basso, AD-
X-ray the cost would have is and Mrs. George P. Ripped Off, Cbiane
/ the scarlet and scarlet king Harris Avenue in Walton
If raqytre at amounted to $20000 many kona, and Mr*. Paul McDowell
-both thepoisonous having a going' over by the: THE DONOIIOE8 Blown flow
non-poiaonous-and JOSEPH
319 6lh StSYDNtVyJONES.
times the amount paid the StateIn and H. A Moore of Fort Pierce.
coral which Is easily county The project has been: JOIN DRIVE COLONY Tee May Cra
". If only I ONE citizen Is, These players are among those

:' 0 P. U Box 1048 PI) NE '292 Stuart, Florida distinguished black bands by wide and predominating a slim- saved a lingering. death from under although I consideration none of for the planshas sometime : i making noted progress at the Joseph A. Donohoe, lent herewith Th Roof 4 and ugh Walb Wind, w
tuberculosis + by detecting thedisease weekly tournament game at the Stauffer Chemical from
with black snout. In taken definite shape untilrecently. i Ha sly
head a In its early stages -: Indian River Golf and Country San' Francisco, wan Joined last ONE 0.
the coral Is burrower This road leads to the The .
habit a
the money has been well spent I Club In fort Pierce. week by Mrs. Donohoe and two TECTIJW sgalnit
1 which live under litter and soil I newly formed Walton-Eden inane) Lett
have shown. however ----- -- ---
Past results -
1 i i by day is plowed or dug out, or Property Owners Club and 11I1 -WlNfcSTORJh |NSURANtE .
Bath Room and Asphalt TileAlso ventures out to feed at night or that saved hundreds each year of lives by the arebeing :I being widened and surfaced I Harry a vacation Jennings stay ha with terminated his parents STUARTCITY tbi (realest '

after rain. Usually gentle, this so when 'completed It will culminate BUI I/ All
to eliminate Mr. and Mrs. Lane Jennings
I Supply of / Tile if'various colon State program, designed
snake may surprise by Its ability a plan long in the mindsof COMMISSION IMn IT'I
TB as major' cause of of Walton, and returnedto
I'! a
1(8 and 3 16 ComnWrci l
i \ on victims holders Interests NEEDED.
to "chew" suddenly a property I lave YM
if death. Gainesville where he I Is a stu-
INSTALLATIONS and SALES linger Beware, and treat : Regu Meetings ENODG'JOE"
WAlTON-EDEN CLUB dent In business administrationat ,l lE
Tile Bath DrainboxWI* Porches of the smallest bite.
I, FORT PIERCE CO. handbook for Identifying wide-spread attention Tomorrow night a Covereddish 1 Mr, and Mr;; Harold Ecldcl APP

i'1 snakes and giving the proper The Martin County Chamber of supper followed by bingogames arrived Friday from Belle Oladc AS ry nd efInsara
aid treatment Such a i
E. first
1 Commerce, the Junior Chamber are on the -social Calendar and are occupying the Jennings Stuart Ci Hall 1
'I I, pamphlet Is put out by the the P.TA and other organizations apartment while looking after cc
for the Walton' -Eden Property
P O Box 1181 rhone 781 US N. 18th St.. fort Pierce North Carolina Bird Club. Address I have endorsed the program Owners Club I As usual the I business interests along their ass 19 P. Arcade

"'- i Raleigh Book N C.Fund and, Box enclose 2281 a, However, they are keep- entertainment committee will, 1,200 ft. of river frontage. Publia Al rya We ome
will their fingers crossed until act as hostesses and a full eve-
dime for mailing and you 1In' county fathers complete Miss Thelma Johnson, daugh.
HEED receive' the public guide shown the figures of the new ter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew

I 1 below budget to make final decisionon BIDS FOR CIVIL SERVICE Ii Iii ,Johnson and teacher In River
POISONOUS SNAKES the distribution of tax funds!i fOST BEING ACCEPTED side School Jacksonville, is In \
I 1 .
THIS AD IN rfiU An Important phase of the work I Applications for an open come I New York at Columbia University -
EASTERN UNITED STATES which has not been emphasized petltlve examination for appointment where she soon will\ receive
t SATURDAY EVENING wa. sufficiently ls the follow-up program as Industrial hyglen-I II her Master degree Miss John- MOSLEY V
Y FIRST AID GUIDECOMMENDATIONS and enforcement of s/tnl- bit at the Charleston ) son In a graduate of Florida y

.........._ .- tatlon measures to protect the Naval Base are being accepted State College for Women LUMBINQCONTRACTI
Post accomplishment of the present by Civil Service examiner)) at

I year, To spend thousands of the base and will be until needsof Mrs H. 8. Bond of Fort Pierce
\nd dollars each year ridding schoolchildren I the service are met It wasannounced and her brother, William Rod- JOBBING !
I of various Infestations this week Applicantsmust I denbury from Thomasvllle, GaMi .. PRO T, EFFICIENT SERVICE T
and sending them back Into unsanitary j be at least 18 and not more *. .and Mrs. George Green of A WORK GUARANTEED

I r conditions to be Immediately than a day less than 62. Th Stuart and Mr.*. Margaret Joiner Phone 308
II TitoA Infested Is throwIng position has a salary of ",902 of Fort Pierce were visitors of
( MUM daY.nrdAaefd.ote.nasiv w Mime on to- money Into rat holes a year, Mr*. Minnie Taylor of Walton .-

G E;A;'R incTMlnf Tb. neord b FOR A THOUSAND OR TWO] Further Information may be during the week End.
t' 0 1 i ;t'a. 'poinU to dyBAmicalljrunbilaimd more dlolars each year the treatments obtained from Mrs. Gertrude
.nd out-ot- could have permanent i Mlnnehan at the Stuart Post LEASEES' HOBBIES ARE
Get TIR -SAVIfl & ba bent wheel.tmdnpuU., worn Thn end results and the public health] Office I II BOATING, FISHING I DRY' CLEANING

/ w" """+. til Purse could then devote time Mr. and Mrs Ernest T. Bailey \ ,
J BEAR Aline CMIM rapid wrar
nt Wide* lou of MMrinf control, .. ... .... to new and preventive measures WI-; I from Baltimore are another addition ,
fl fuw AonDiNTl Your BMT Soviet .,. -- One nurse for 8.5QO population I munlty dlscu.wcd Mrs to the drive colony and ,ToVNotch Work
I HERE! Mta quickly detect, enrracU IhoMhudi -- 'can only hit the high spots. i Jolan Blasko and Mrs. W. S.I are leasing the Harry Child
with hil Bur Balancing and -....-- Burdick the hostesses. The I I
Even a full-time office secretary are home In Ankona for a year.From AtVair Prices i
Ahnh Equipment Hit chick up ewe M-
r bring*|ypu| UMO-OOUBLC toe nuUag to keep a file Index on thethousands I next meeting will be July 24 this point with a couple of trim
ULMJERMOTOR end iVirirl Let yours b< thtAocvknt ARE DUE of Immunizationseach I The Palm City Home Demonstration crafts at their dock:they follow Ask OuX Hundreds of '
ly t Dtdnt H pp.ol the Martin County Health and I year would free the technical Club, under the super- their hobbles of boating and
t Tuberculosis Association and worker for much needed vision of Miss Lucile Incas, the I fishing, And stimulating these' Satisfie Customers

CO. Miss Flora Mae Stanley, county I Investigations and follow-up county agent will meet July 7 I favorite pastimes they are
t S DIXIElUGHWAYSTJUART school nurse for sparkpluggingthe I work. Few taxpayers will ob-! at the honie of Miss Viola Krel-,' neighborly-minded and form I
war on TB In this area: ject to the cost of 85 cents pr der on South Fork for an all-' jolly parties Among their guests GEORcV KEITH
r. Figures are not complete at this 'capita a year cost of a complete day meeting with outdoor picnic this past week were Mr. and Mrs.

Phone 9141 writing but the total number of State Board of Health set-up dinner William r. Cochrane and their
\ ..._-.._., --- -- ---- here. Head officers of the high- The Ladle Aid of the Palm : house guests Mr. and Mrs. C. Martin County Cleaners

er-pay bracket will divide time I City Church will: meet at thehome I S. Dawley from High Point, N.
between three counties and bi of Miss Viola Kreldtr Wednesday C., who left Saturday
Attention! Farmers add Growers! paid jointly by the participating for an all-day meeting, Phone 190 P O .BoiWfj)

::1. i' units.111I111111111111I1111I11111111I11I1111I111I11I11. with covered dish luncheon at, During an extended motor trip
noon through Florida Mr. and Mrs
4 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I t Mr and Mrs. Henry Frisbee, William Hedendorf and son,
If of,
market by cart don't teed
ox- one our new
you I
___ Jr, have the framework up 'for Richard, and Richard Foster
o pumps but / Palm City News a home on Palmetto Way. Their from Queens Village, N. Y., Your idle \\mOyney

It i I. WE MANUFACTURE PUMPS THAT WILL MOVE FROM 3 TO 5 By ANNA B. DAT fiends! are happy to have them stopped in Ankona for a number > <
return here and make their of day visit with Mr. and
I ", I MMLS AS MUCH WATE \PER I LIP/AS! THE OLD-STYLE PUMPS. iiiiiiiiitiiiiiniiii'iiiMiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiMonday home. Mr and Mrs Frisbee, Mrs. J. D. Askln Prior to leaving

I I formerly of Palm City, are living Florida they will\ return for a Can
We have spent a great dr l of,time and money to produce mornings radio news south of Stuart on Jefferson longer visit. ears
brought anxiety to many Palm Ave. east of the Old Dixie
I this new type pump, and\ i w City people as to the safety of
I to Highway.R. Mr. and Mrs M. Rauch, Eldred ,
THE FIRST OF ITS K'ID ON THE MARKET a long.time resident of this It. Wallace, who has been are here on a month vacation. 2% ;

I PUMPS REBUILT WE CAN REBIJIL YOUR OLD PUMP SO THAT YOU community flash flood, Sunday The news night of \tjhe at 111 for several months Is reported They aay they are going to seethe
: as getting along nicely though State In which they work,
CAN GET 3 TO 5 TIMES AS MUCJi.) WATta WITH THE SAME H.P. Cambridge Nebr.. with a 13-It. 'his full recovery probably will play and live! Rauch Is conaoaa- Per
I'' wall Of water hitting the town be alow Ann
i t I (We are Now Working one oft Largest Orders Ever unexpectedly during the night : The opening of the St. Lucie + on

Received by a Florid?'Manufacturer) Immediately brought to mind Locks has greatly spoiled the
Miss Florence Shotwell who has fishing In locality I thougn Insured SaVirAccounts
for several years lived at Cam- I et REAL
some of fishermen, are find
I ; ACME WORKS bridge at the home of her sister Ing luck by fishing at the locks
; Mf'CHIN Her many friends here hope Mr. and Mrs M. M. Baker I II The Federal Savings an/Loan Insurance Corpon-
4 : : their home was not In the pathof have returned from their vacation lion Insures individual aytounta toBSOOO. Husband
t\ Fort Pierce, Florida Phone Fort Pierce 1019 the flood and that they are I i insured.
at various places In Florida ESTAT and wife may have totatt>f f 15,000,Ifully
'vl H. A WRIGHT C O MAP sate I I During the trip they visited I First Federal savings/ccounts are fctra.1 investment

Fred Holly, who has been 111 Fessenflen Academy, near Ocala,' for Trust Funds, as w/l 1 as Fund heVl by Guardian"
since his return from Long Island and Byrd Lodge at Avon Park,
Administrators Iftcccutors. 4
"+ Is Improved and hopes both of which are projects it Prioperti of all ki s pnd

: soon to be at his regular work. the Congregational Church I for sale, jfall or Write
Recently announcement was Many of the residents here
made of the coming wedding of are wondering what the pros
I : P MODERN HOMES Phyllis Baker of Stuart and Edwin pects are of securing a pastorfor Also rentals n insur.anee .
J Howard Andrew of Melbourne the Palm City Church for FIRSFEDERAL

Andrews who la In the the 'coming season The pulpit .

f l t 1 2 or 3 Bedrooms Army received notice of over- committee la working and hopes Savings and Loan Association
seas duty and the cermony was to soon be able to report success, ti tiof
15 f postponed until his return He Mrs Mayola Silva, a former, Edw Indian River County ;
ii i: U Unique Features: la now serving In ,Japan. Miss resident here, 1 III now living in p VERO BEACH, FLORIDA ,
Baker Is the
daughter Mrs Atlanta. Her daughter, Helen
1 Gas or Hot Water eating Systems. Albert Frlpp and was a member who was seriously ill for month, I Realtor 1812-20t/ Street \ Dial 2W+ 4

of the It47 graduating class U now almost well again. For along '
Plumbing installed Tor General Electric Sinks and I. W. Scdgwlck, SecreUry-TreiauJ r
at Martin
County High School. time she was at the point : P Arcade ,
r k Disposall! Units, installation of which is optional. Mr. and Mrs 8. E. Lane hadas of death. Her younger daughter' Bldg Me /ber Federal Home Loan Bank and redertl. .

With Without AtticFajis. their week end guests their Margaret has a fine office Phone 19 Savings and Loan Insurance Corp'Current ;
\ or mothers, Mrs. Martha Whittle of position and la doing well Their: 'dividend ti
r j On Big Lots 100 x 135 feeS( Salerno and Mrs. Mable Lane of friends her send best wishes. rate.

Stuart Mrs Marlon B. Flak has writ-'I
t o Mrs 8. E.!: Lane and daughter ten from Cleveland that she expects .

1 Mary pent Friday with her to leave Wednesday fur,
We are told tha Our prices are f rbn $5,000 to $7,000 cousin, Mrs John Collins at her sons home In New Hampshire CALL US FOR YOUR NEEDS.jo

wider like properties offered in different parts of the Bewails Point. and will visit with themIn ,
The regular monthly meeting Maasauchusett"and Maine Phone '
I State t ot lye Palm City' Woman Club She also reports a visit from the

n Being held today and many Rev and Mrs. Oeo Penn, ndw
subjects of Interest. to the com-\ stationed In Cleveland. 3551

Now is (Your

.OpportunityTO Highest Cash For Your. Car
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I to as much as yoiWan get anywhere and r CIMIHT



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