The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: July 3, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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Sport 4 Society Editorial BRIDGE; TO THE OCEAN.

Loot New 4. AP Newi Picture. ... y ,- +; !
of An American Community Dedicated to the American Way of Life


ongress Body Allots $53OOO for Digging10Foot r I ::v I ;|! .I..I

ll Channel at St. Lucie Inlet Reef .1 $I'

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Ktaart to Play Hollywood Wednesday]I MEMBERS OF ATOMIC- COMMISSIONS 50-Year Effort Is r '' ;t :'

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IN START SELECTS NAME more than 60 years of struggle to secure federal : !J !.

aid for St. Lucie Inlet, those efforts were rewarded with .1,', + I

TOURNEY receipt of word here late last Thursday that a Congres- j I '
f NBC ELECTS OFFICERS uional Appropriations Committee on Rivers & Harbors has \ .I\, I I

recommended inclusion of an appropriation of 53,000 for \t '
-- the project : /
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6 Players Return Home Make That Trip, Now Known as Fine Arts I The action': came shortly afterCounty : ; .
Commissioner O. D.
Guild Steffens Named 'I y
President D Qulnllvan and Price French : ; .! '
president of the Chamber of :' i
V. i
Beset Manager John N, What previously has been Commerce, made a personal appearance ,

a announced at 11 a. m.' known as the Little- Theater CHICKEN HOUSES at Washington backing I ,, '
the pleas of Congressman
will Sahe will be known officially -
4t, thai the Sallflshen Group now }
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Dwight L. Rogers and SenatorIlllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllll
il the West Palm Beachsatgate as the Fine Arts Guild' 1,1
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nine at I p. m. tow Inc, as a result of adoption of b Leasee H. B..Rains Estimates i i. '

jotn on the East 5th SUitnmd that name at the organization'smonthly Loss at HOUSE PASSES ITEM I
In a pedal July 4 meeting at the court .
$11,000 :
ikibltlon baseball ,am.., house Tuesday night. "We have just pawed in the t

baseball I More than a dozen name suggestions Fire which broke out about House an appropriations bill + ," ::1', '
TIlt Stuart SaUfUhers were made among the 10 p m last Thursday complete appropriating "3...* for.the! t' ,

am, beaten only once In 13 27 present, but when a vote was ly destroyed a block-long row St. Lucie Inlet project,' Congressman e '
will the
arts thlt Hot season Rocks, at play Dowdy called Fine Arts Guild provedto David B. Lillenthal (\left) chairman of the U. N. atomic of chicken houses owned by Dwight Rogers ; l
energy wired The Stuart News last 11II Ii
be a decided favorite. I George Keith on his property r
elel In Hollywood next Wed- I. commission, talks. with Gen. Andrew G. L. McNaughton, Canadian
H R. "BUI" Steffens of Hobe I I north of the Roosevelt Bridge night.tllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllimill. '1
at T m. In the first member of the United Nations r
shy p. Sound was elected president atomic commission, at Lake near the city limits ,J
und of the National Baseball
I.I without opposition In the group'sfirst Success. 'I he buildings were being I C II' .
nereis' district tourney. ; ---- -- --- Claude Pepper with impressive I I,,I
annual election. Other officers leased by H B. Rains who estimated I l I
An S-S1 Sikorsky helicopter takes the air at Bridgeport, Conn. J ,
tit team will leave ojr auto elected Tuesday were his loss at $11,000. He data showing that this area
dneiday about 1 p. m. and rein I after being turned ever to UAL as the tint helicopter for use i Price French lit vice-president; $65,000 BOND Buyers Eager based his figures on approxi- faced a crisis unless action was '{ ,

that night after the game. by a major airline with Its regular fleet of commercial aircraft. i C. F Inland ind vice-presi' I mately 5,000 chickens which he taken to dig a channel through ''J :I I rt I

e Sallflshers will play at least dent; Mrs. C. R. Ashley, secretary said were housed there at the the reef. Qulnllvan is chairman f

o other teams In the meet ; David M. Marshall treasurer ISSUE APPROVED For $5 Quarts time plus nearly $8,000 worth of of a special Inlet Committee j t '
ding they remain unde- LEGION'S NEW Model PlaneI ; Mrs. Walter F. Davey chicken-raising equipment, whose other members are French \\Ii .

ted although opponents will I business manager; Mrs. Eliza- Fire Chief John N. Mann who and Ernest Lyons of The Stuart i,. Ii

be known until the complet- beth Madiera historian, and 1 Of Sea Water arrived at the scene shortly after News staff. .
n at the tint round Wednea- Contests Billed 1 Mrs. Ethel Walker, Mrs. Florence IN INDIANTOWN i the blaze started was unableto Rogers wired Thursday alters"t" .

1 r. The number of South Flora BUILDING MOVED and Mrs "AM ADVISE ,
DeBerry Mr do a thing to- halt It other noon: GLAD TO' : "i
semi pro teams entered at Tomorrow French Mr. Ireland Ralph W. -- Tallahassee July 3 (FNSI- than guard against its spreadIng ST. LUCIE INLET INCLUDED j :

llywood wu unannounced but : 3:30 Hartman and Erwin F. John- Would you pay $5 a quart for sea to surrounding brush because IN APPROPRIATION BILL FOR >; 1 : I.

lead eight Including Stuart A building t tamp Murphy wick, directors The board of A $65000 bond Issue for the water clearly labeled as such? of the absence of water $53,000." ,"i; .1':' J',

e known if be entered. directors also Includes the president Indlantown Drainage District A lot of people would did and mains In the area.. He said ortginTMhe In a written communication
Stuart Manager John N. Mann recently purchased American by Harold, Entries for the model plane secretary treasurer and was approved 4-0 In a special protested bitterly when the Federal fire was undetermined w the' committee the Florida :,1 I; j J
Johns Post 63 Legion contests to be held at Witham
ho filed his entry blank last business manager automatically, bond election held 'Tuesdaymorning and State Governments Congressman,. answering telegrams
to permanent headquarters Field tomorrow at 3.30
today, wlU be, allowed 141 serve as starting it was yen on his roster for the for the post was to bemoved p. m. will be accepted until the Prior to the balloting, an original were only four qualified voters, gypped. end of the row of frame structures that the recommended appro'i i
from the to thepoIt' meet starts It announced
mey. He said that with at camp draft of the Guild's charter all of whom were freeholders In A two-quart bottle of sea water and in a matter of minutes priation was "recordbreaking"In
land on East 5th St. Immediately this week by Ed Hlgbee of Palm .
&it two deletions It would In- was presented to those present the specified district. Certlflcatlon price $10, Is among the prize had engulfed all of them. that two precedents had been }'
ode the following: north of the baseball City, president of the Model and after considerable discussion of the election, was given exhibits In the Florida Depart- Rains said the light attracted! broken. No. 1.: the merits of the ,
field about 4 a. m. today Plane Club which Is on
!turn! Lowery, Jr.Horace and starting putting of each article It was Tuesday afternoon by the County ment ot Agriculture's food and the fowls and as a result onlya case were such that the House C '
The moving Is being done the affair. The club 111 -'
sponsored when the result
tie Arnold Ray Helsley, Bill adopted. Treasurer Marshall reported Commission drug Inspection laboratory here. handful were saved. He had Appropriations Committee gave $ ,
iy, Woodrow Munch. Bill by a private Miami firm. by Harold Johns Post 62 a balance of $286 on hand were presented and a resolution Similar bottles were peddled I cleaned and sprayed the build- the project $7,000 more than the

moor, Emerson Kramer, Rob- :The building not only will American Legion. although he added that imminent approving them was offered the from door to door by fsst-talking ings with DDT and laid fresh $48,000 requested. No. JIt: was' M '1 j

Johnson, Warren Bhlpev Bitbee. serve as post headquarters. but The contests in which then expenditures of $32 commissioners. agents and hundreds of persons straw less than 10 hours before the only new project receiving

Dennis Hamilton Herb also will have some showers. anda will be six divisions will extend Would cut this to $234. Approved was Issue on behalfof purchased them. The label on the fire and these conditions the blessings of the Appropriations 9 it a

mock, Charles Stiller Charles locker room Installed for participants until dark and If halted by A special meeting of the the district of bonds payable the bottle displayed by the lab- only served to make them burn Committee a rule having ,k '

U,Donald St Onge. Al Ingramd of games across the rain will be moved up to Sunday Guild was called by Steffens for from taxes to be levied upon oratory Is completely guiltless faster Rains said He Is the been adopted that appropriations 4

Robert Harrell street. afternoon, same time and July la at which time the bylaws the lands In the district in the of mlsreprelt'ntatlon.though.' proprietor of the Rains Feed would be made only for ;, '

The post at Its meeting at the place, will be offered for accept- total amount of $63000 The It says In big letters the ac. and Poultry Store on East 4th 'continuing projects I

MRY Civic Center last Friday took In Judges will be Zack Mosley, ance and membership requirements bonds will bear Interest at the live ingredient In the bottle's st Telegrams and letters of ap- j ,' ,

GETS 10 new members bringing to 40 A. P. "Bert" Krueger and John will be set out. The next rate of 4 per cent a year to be contests is sea water Then It I preciation are being sent by individuals i '

the number taken In since May Keller. No admission will be regular meeting will be Aug. 5 dated Aug. 1 and to mature serially follows with an Impressive list STUART MARINERS ; and civic groups to .. '

1. charged spectators. The an- at the Civic: I Center at whichtune on Aug. 1, 1948 through of the chemicals ordinarily foundIn WEATHER STORM Rogers and Pepper } i
EW OFFICERS nouncer Will simulate Flannel- a skit under the directionof 1077. They will pay the cost of sea water i The recommendation was part } ,
mouth Don a character in Mos- Mrs. Davey will feature the of $572.000 by the Apppropria-
the completion I of proposed That what fooled people. Dr. Tom Hogarth Clyde Coutant
ley's dally cartoon strip "SmUln'Jack program. I works and Improvements to be V. E. Stewart, director ot the I and a companion from Fort Lau- tons Committee for rivers and 4 t
UTILITY TAX ,' A soft drink concession harbors construction In Florida 4 ,i ,j
The constructed In the distrIct. laboratory, explained. He said derdale left here June 1
seven new officers. were will be open at the field with during the 1948 fiscal year C h + '
The election was held In the the chemical analysis of the wa- aboard a 3 -ft. sloop belongingto 1,
stalled} and most of the newmnttee net proceeds going to benefit PLANE.RACES office of R. L. Hooks. ter was "accurate and has significance } I Major Basso. Headed for New which started Tuesday, July tIn } .,,
chairman appointed the club addition the Caloosahatchee '
the NETS $955The to chemists but persons York the boys ran Into a northeaster ,
first meeting ot Rotary The entry divisions were an- River and Lake Okrechobee '
unfamiliar with chemicals seethe between Jacksonville and
ub'l new year yesterday noon nounced as follows: In I Drainage Area received $12,700 ,'
Lotta Dough I lisp and think the prepara- Charleston lost their course and ie
The Chlihoun's GrilL First, hand-launched gliders; DANCE PLANNED tion must be pretty good to have after a hectic night pulled into to complete a spillway on the
new officers Include ItcIIae office of City Manager L. second tow-launched gliders; all that stuff In It," Charleston as the small auxiliary project which will take a contemplated ,

Saunders" president; B, Eurlt reported yesterday the third, hand-launched stick Any Language! -- I motor used up the last dropof $791,000 to complete. j 1
Q F, Johnwlck vlce-presi- 1 -per cent-utility tax netted models; fourth, hand-launched HERE TOMORROWModel :1111I11I11I11I1111I1111I1111I111I111111I1111I11 gas The Port of Palm Beach was I

nt; Harris R. Lowery, Jr sec- the city$955.60 during the monthof fuselage models; fifth three I Radio communication with the approved for $106300 to aid In '

t tur;Drew King treasurer and June. Receipts totaled $1.063* groups of gas engine free flights In good old tax collecLor'lloinuage ONLY DOGS BUY Coast Guard revealed that the making "a first class harbor;* r

Citing president Fred A. Stafrd 60 while expenditures totaled and sixth, three groups of gas 1947-41 LICENSES too to send $200,000 was allotted for !Improving e.1
the office of L. C. Kick- seas were rough
Harry c, Beckman and H. $108, It was reported. engine U-control flights plane contests and a the St. Johns River between i' d
boats to the aid of the trio. Old
Butte, directors. semi-formal dance are scheduled liter at the court house reported Only S dogs have taken out ; C,'
They\ were The June net brought the city's Prizes to be awarded Include seaman here familiar with the Jacksonville and Lake +
rman,greeted to their tire for the holiday here tomorrow that $322,72713 *as collected licenses so far at City Hall, it for I {
new of- utility tax balance to $4.13871 as three grand prises an auto today Charleston harbor and the Harney, and $200,000 Tampa
III byUdg A. Jeanner of Monday night. The June Income a cyclone engine and a model afternoon and night. on the 1946 rail Incluslv, was announced today. Some 75 Coast Guard service there com- Harbor. Requests for millions I,
have failed to p
wnders, after accepting his was $330 49 less than that plane kit plus local trade. Also The model plane contests will of $549.97 realized from' the Individual eligible dogs mented, "If the storm was that for other Florida waterway projects t
tile told be held at Witham Field startingat up. Granting the canines ;
of the donation toelub there will be three prizes to the pay were sidestepped {
While mere
of May' expenses! Fate saved that
of June 2 and $37 29 severe only
> of 3 30 and lasting until sale a 30-day extension of the July '
a new dl. : p. m Lucie Inlet 'Ili
speaker's $>52.85 less. July Is the eighth best entries In each of the sloop and Its crew'TRANSFORMERS The St. project
id by dark. will be on by Everglades Drainage delinquencies 1 deadline. City Manager L B. d
a pair of winter vlsJ month of the tax's operation. visions They' put on (Continued On Page Stwn) f ,
here who have attended the Stuart Model'Plane Club of Enrit stated that he Wall

buiLl''meetings.! They are Arthur Hours Set which Ed Hlgbee Is, president This puts the county 24019.20 securing the famous services of Boned, The double power cutoff STRUCK Monday THE TIDES "'
and Floyd} K. Wlnegard Liquor Opening and which Is sponsored by Har- nationally talking dog
ahead of the 1945 collectionand afternoon from 11:10: Until
** Y Dennis Hudson old Johns Post 62, American to explain to the tanlnes that
"fed the Boy LegIon. again gives KlekUter's office the old excuse "I left my wallet 8:33: and again for a 20-min-

n4 01 the club now h.building t balchairmen- Here by County Commission, The dance, sponsored by the that happy Intangible of 100 at home would not be ute period was .caused by two Alsh ... .hoe _to. tee tho III. L.ne :
a of $515.61, Junior Chamber of Commerce cent tax collection" tolerated after August 1.allslllllllllsllllllllllllltnllllllllllllllllll. large transformers in the south lean 10' tho o.h ...1.. dub. 14 + 1

The sew committee win be held from 8pm. until per substation of the Florida Power l"r''r4.: .: wPol.: ., add i ha.. II ,
Remember 19321
med by saunders Include: I The County Commission Tuesday However the board finally decided 2 a. m. ''at the Log Cabin. Art" by and direct Light lightning Company hits being, It wu lost ulsae: ,lor CopM4 kilt' >n<:.okHIUo.U. bojw .ro:: mOatnf"r W, H,

Club "Wee.\ Stafford; classlO" set new opening hours for against this move although Smith and his orchestra of Sebastian ; .
ton, Dr. I vendors such opening will furnish the music. reported yesterday by company
!* A. Cartel; Martin County liquor allowing Settlements n, w.am.
Out-of-Court John M. Law He said
PIjU Pence; attendance I outside Stuart city limits. Mon- from midnight until S ,a. m. Tickets which went on sale this 2 manager :.. hl. 'P.lI..I ,
the transformers had to be cut
JY4 4 loll 1.41 tee 1.'
.clt: establishments Sunday. Particularly forceful In week are $1 a and U .t
public' information day through Saturday the person purchased i out and the re-routed Jose h 554 S". rhe 5,44
neat r. Lyona at T m. his arguments against the Sunday before' tonight It was power 10" ha lies 1.11. .ass 'ilJul ,
a. I
membership L. may open
: Term
Mark End of June before It could be turned back .. II'er 1I.1t dh1 ....
IIIrtt; /fellowship, Ernest: : and close at 3 a m. the following opening proposal! was the understood the buyer could makea on. tar a. .11 ... 11,1. a.h. JNfJ41

Sri Rom information day. This creates a midnight Rev. Phil Maxwell of the Baptist table reservation with the per- :: I: .15,55 11,17 15,01, hdH.h,5ehT, hde:, I IJYI
: Sunday Church. son from whom the ticket was AIR GROUPS; HEREIN'
'I'unIh magazine R.wrytce. Saturday to 2 a.m. opening Road Superintendent A. A. purchased. The June term of circuit court Two cases were scheduled t

establishments CONSOLIDATION
but the
eca4onal Edwin A. : period will-be closed the remainder :Hendry! was Instructed by the Decorations will be.In charge with Judge A. 0. Kanner presiding Monday but neither went to the Palm Beach Aero Corporation THE WEATHER '
The of L. F. McCarsonvs.
lIIIhIIer. : of each Sunday.'Commission board to start seeking rlghts-of- of the Jaycee-Ettea, sister organization pas completed at 2 yesterday I jury case and the Aerovets. of Witham ,
COntmunlt7 ,- afternoon with the an- Lena Luftlg for civil damageswas ...., Gs w.w. se ,.,.eml'h,
Evans way from the Coast Guard station of the Jaycees who Field e.t
lentc Arthur R. Attorney, nouncement that the last case on settled out of court and the have consolidated Major ,.... II.... U. s. wYame. Obsww.
; :youth service. Hudson;; Crary wu Instructed to draw upa to the St Lucie Inlet on the plan to do the work at the cabin Mlller-Oerow K. p. Krueger of the former concern ClgE.U. I...7 '
of Company
trial bad been settled out of case
"u.rtaa acquaintance Paul resolution to this effect for Island-prior to construction of tonight Inc., vs. G. S. Fletcher wu con- announced today Palm :r.- waJYN n..NnaaN / : _
asba at Its a hard-surfaced road In the area court- ,. .. ._
Student loan ,fund; adoption by the board term. Beach Aero taking over obligations It .n isaeU
M. Law. next meeting. The hours for..the away from the ocean to link JULY I SAFETY URGED One case wu beard last The tinued for of Albert January O. Brady et of the Aeroveta and both 10.. If .. ._...... ..oS hh tS is _H
case .
Rational .service, Judget.Coemanbud' winter-time period from Dee 14 with the proposed bridge to the Motorists were urged to consider Thursday, the fourth day of the groups sharing all1IOrImprove- JYN .. ._ _N t/
through Apl'\llO.\ will be set ata ocean, from, Stuart. He wu au- personal safety as) the term which; resulted In a directed al vs. Gordon. Duke and John ments made recently. 10.. I' ,_. n u

e, Jack' ; -| later date.Considerable'. thorised to secure all he could main objective in plans to observe verdict for the 'defendants Blow began Tuesday and was = I ',::':;:=_:: .;:..,

Col'd1. Q. Donald, Drew I, : discussion preceded without expenditure and to re- July 4 this year by H. K.Klrkraan S. M. Loftln and J. M. Martin continued to yesterday before the ROTARY CONVENTION ''INCHU IlAlNrALI..
&11 Russell hourswith director of the State 1 co-trmsteei of the Florida East The district convention oC Rotary -
Whey: Christbasket adoption of the open port I In, SO days to the board onwhat" out-of-court settlement waJ announced 15.0 II ._ _.. .. .... ,.i5JYN ,
of Public Safety, In I Coast Railway. Plaintiff was Clubs will be held In Vero
San,,Brans crary; : a large delegation of llquflt Department ;sought ,
he- The plaintiff
.t-anna, Harry vendors present as the'commission owners found, with an appeal to reduce the annual Elizabeth Powell who sought an Beach July 2t and M, It wu announced -Y N :aS 1tS

: ,Custodian, Bd Hllbetj 8wtRl. \ gave consideration to allowing -I l whom? a cash yettlesnen. by the holiday traffic accident toU. In I unannounced amount. ol civil $190,000 In ctvU damages. Settlement \ this week. A Stuart delegation S:.y ,IrJYIS ,,:::'

ay, I damages. wu unannounced. Is expected to ,attend. tca':
Ty J. r.-KtllMdf"I. I 'open,'hours on Sunday board would' be necessary, Florida I t "
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I ; C 1 A t'tSt'EDDDURING I illllimitinuilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I I I I I I I I l I I I I I I I t I I l I I I l I l I : week A. H. Shapiro of New York INQUIRY' CHlEJy have caught this snake which.If -

fl r, .::1\\ JUNE NEWS OF who was her looking after his It was an Indigo, was nonpoisonous LOTS FO1Q-E911OkERS
I withY grove Interests' In the Header and had sent It. to
\ building permit I Ow
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j ( i !total valuation of $23,450 were I Wart River DriveBy Canal district us here at Ross Allen's Reptile Sao ,
?C .1 i if/Wed/! during June by the City --- Institute, he-could have col- WAT RFRpttf' PRIVILEGES
"'j j 'of .wart and Building Inspector. CtAHKIllimilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Herbert N. Allen, owner of the lected around *t for It We
John -K. Mann, It was reported VIVA Buick agency in Newport News, are always In the market for Pavement and\ id"vyik* in front'of every lot.
7 J TdcedEy.w :. Va., and his sister, Mrs. B. L. all kinds of live snakes. ,id

Largest Items were two $10.II ,- Phone J495 Box No. 271 A new home that presents Douglas, of Savannah, are expected Under separate cover, we
II 000 residence In the Beauty Addition VERO EACI\ FLORIDAPlastic modern form yet derives Its architecture the last of the week fora are sending you our latest
fur which 8, A. Mutthtws A from Colonial times visit with their sister, Mrs. catalog for your Information.
r W.i contractor, Leland Hubbard, and Mr. Hub- "Sincerely yours, d Kurnn''
and Aluminum and Into which the owners Mr. bard at their home in Walton.
; : Wall 'Tile and Mrs. J. M. Sample,Jr., moved "Ross Allen's Reptile !
last week, was the scene of a Institute .
jt.II IIIIC Asphalt Floor Tile social gathering when Mrs. Sample Miss Katherine Ensey and her "Holbrook Scott,
brother 3. D.
: II///IIIR l lilt ( entertained her contract Ensey, returned Public Relations." 1
Floor Sanding, and train Bradenton where they .4 add that U'S''lfmilie I
bridge club last Friday: in the visited their aunt,' Mrs. W. H To this letter let me She ]gtely For
Finishing Ross Allen' Reptile Institute at
contest were Mrs. William Gray-
l' TODAY ONLY Tucker, and family and made
son Padrlck Jr. Mrs. Dan Mc- I Sliver Springs had the only +r
';!i 'I[ I THURS. JULY 3RD I Rug CleaningOur Carty, Mrs. Frank Fee Mrs. :Bradenton arrangements Beach for ,a where vacation they at established laboratory In the 'I N
; only representative in Bryan McCarty Mrs. E. L. United States where the Government -
went the early part of this
; / ', He'll Wrap" HU Paws'Around Martin County i I., Adamrand Mrs. George.\ Putnam week. ; could secure vitally' Sin1c w. Cabinets
High scores were won by needed snake, venom for the
0' !
: I Your Heart GEORGE KEITH Mrs Putnam and the hostess.Dr. manufacture of antl-venln and
Mr. and Mrs.
Svee of
4 ., ."GINGER" Joseph serums Which used by Army '
iI l' I1: Martin County Cleaners .
,,' 1" ,' (The Story of A Dos:;) 'I and Mrs. ?A. Oatlln of Eden where left they Saturday will spend for Chicago the remainder -! and Navy doctors. In 1943 to IN STOCK NOm48-I NCH; DOUBLE-'

f: ".:: Frank With Albertson ,. --_._. Bldred h.d'u' their guest last I of the summer with meet forces requirements Allen milked 37,132 of the poison armed BOWL. Di DkAlN1 BOARD
Mr. Evens mother
Mrs. Marie
j ---- Also ous snake HIs contribution to
I ., ,r' ovec. EMIL SANDSTROM the war effort will not be highly L. ,

.... WALTON SUNDAY-- SCHOOL. Chief Justice of Sweden, now publicized but It will go down Mart'/County Eliectric Co.
'" I j j"I I. .. Sat.- Morning
: In' history of the most
as one
,,,, United .
;' Yllta/ SENDS CHILDREN SHOES at the Nations' meet. '
/ / aNllf IIII////IIiI R I 111111 I'IIC,Ile IV) A. M tremendous efforts put forth by
I I yr,, Y .'II + site ti j YIe hi RUM errs! While needing bread a mother been lag at chosen Lake Success chairman, N. Y.of. has the any one man. Incidentally AlIen JLW. KELLER, Mgr
errewY Dodrs Open 94Jf; was weeping. Her tle son came from Akron, Ohio, (
I Q r lar rwenltb. asked the cause and she replied: United Nation Palestine Inquiry joined the Boy Scouts, moved to Dehon BId,. Phone tlSUMMER'S 1
; ,, r r wY.e.FRI. "See, this 1 Ia the last baking of Commisison.Merwin Middletown, Ohio 'became an
n :, I Children'sMatinee/ flour." The child looked into and Arthur Phillips was Eagle Scout, then moved to _
", J the barrel saw a little flour on the artist, Albert A': Backus. I Winter Haven and attended '
II T 'I' do SAT., JULY 4 & 5I I Plan Now T* ttend'' All' the bottom and said, "Mother, That same day Mr. Backus took Stetson University He assisted '
r il don't you suppose God will hear HERE
I his hosts toa Fort: Pierce din* with the wildlife In the film- :
; I : The Special l jbhows Picked you when you scrape the bottom ner where the walls are adorned ing of "The Yearling" which we
111 11\\ From Our film Library of the barrel?" with Mr. Backus' paintings that understand will be shown'at
Yes, that Is what the child-
# stress Florida scenes most like your local theater soon. .
': ren of St. Andrews Episcopal ly to interest prospective tourists Enjoy I Our
E ,irr' i URD' JULY) church at'Walton' think when. KOBIEOARD UNHURT :
l SA STtferybody's and are well worth seeing. ,
they ask to become
you coworker IN
Yt During this week Mr. Backus'brush BOAT EXPLOSION
; ,: i iI Favorite and scrape the bottomof has portrayed a numberof Ruhl W. Koblegard, Jr,, escaped Delicious'SpecialCold .
Mark T aim's Immortal the barrel In effort to collect Edenlawn attractive views to serious Injury late Friday
I :, ,: t t'I much needed wearing apparelfor
canvas and most probabl)' will afternoon when he wa* In the
a worthy cause ,_ the Child.rens !
\ \f- Classic Home at Jacksonville under I be among, his fall exhIbits. cabin of his 28-ft. cruiser trying .
to start the engine There
i\\ ', ,: "The A VENTURES; of, Enesy the this direction Sunday of School Mrs.,pack-E.. R.i Last Saturday night' Mr.., and was an explosion and Immediately -
Mrs. T. L Houseman of Bewail the boat *sank In the 'yacht
HUCKLEBERRY' FINN'Comedy ed and shipped 19 pair of child. Point had as dinner guest A. basin. He had just taken gasoline -
HI rens new shoes and three pairof D. Merwin ,and' Arthur Phillipsof aboard and the spark an
women's shoes to till Institution
Edenlawn, from the blast was gasoline-
it this
( : led the flames
'causing to
; Clothing for these children I ts WALTON-EDEN CLUB PARTY'',
ALSO spread rapidly. They were extinguished '
Gl a question of great concern so Delight Salads
t \ Cartoon Virtually a full membership when the craft sank .
: scrape the bottom of the barrel
attended a meeting of the Wal- although gasoline burned on the
t '. L' for everything you do not need tonEden property Owners Club water until firemen extinguished -
Regular\Prices! and send to the Children Homeat
'i' t Friday night when a covered .
r: FREE / POPCORN' FREETO Jacksonville or get In touch dish supper wa served and
:- : with Mrs. Ensey and the children Force the blast tore! the
l TJHE FIRST TWENTY CHILDRENFUN of the Walton Sunday School. games played.It stated cabin top loose from the hull
was by nearly every-
FOR AU.t.: They will see your gifts reach this and planking'away from the bow t '
x il one present was by far the stem. An anchor on1' the, fore- or e ?
their destination.
LUS wri MOTHER'S DAD'S MAKE YOUR most appetizing menu yet .ward deck was thrown atop the Sx.C
Stanley Jorgensen of Mr. '
,i PLANS NOW planned thin. from chicken -
; every
ri 0555(11 r.1tI cabin and the engine box hurl .
and Mrs.
John 8.
.-.'- i, 'i t > < Jorgensen to desert with 'leisurely din
b' STARRETT ed out
If. IIRNETTE2111f former residents of the after cabin opening. Rl
Walton Is
now a student at Parson's ing that was' spiced with soft Gasoline fumes escaping In the F'ET A
fl'I Juke box, music. engine box are believed to have
School of
I I Design taking the ad-
Three members
new were caused the trouble.:
vertising and commercial course., taken Into the organization, THE CPOL SPOTo DINK
. ;' After his -
graduation from Fort these being Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Mr' and ; UrC6nditiotdand
; Mrs.
Edgar Martinof
High School and

: \\t.. ;, Nr1YtlI' Top Grade his York parents, Stanley moved was a back student to until New at Frederick Ankeny of! Dunphy Ankona of and Eldred.Mrs. summer Pique! vacation Ohio, are to planning their win-a

SUN.. & rlON. JUJLY 6 .7 the Much merriment was expressed ter home In Walton and will-arrive DuncUn
iy iys T Rlngling Art school In Sara- when the big prize of the eve- Recommended by Hines
: f sota. early part of the month.
'I ning went to the new member
s SP ER TRACY Office Appliances Mr.'and Mrs.!:. R. Ensey spent Mrs. Ankeny.A .

1 Sllturda,' and Sunday visitingMr. .....
business meeting for club
t KATRINE HEPBI RN :]Ensey's:: mother Mrs. George ROTARY CLUB ,
members only will be held at

I'I ROB EJIT WALKER For Mo'CJern' Business'i EfficiencyLetter i P.home Ensey at.,'the In Tropic.upper hour Returning they 8 portance p. m. July will\ 11.be Business discussed of andIt lmr As CNIS 5TUAR r w ..MGa1ltaLL.N.W. ,aver".l. Ts'the Wollds Most &auliful Winien...'

had a* Mr. and rl. Mii
guest Mrs. Stu-
MELWNDOUGL requested that members JIM
art Ollson, and children, Nancy RIR1 e\
Postage Scale .._...................._......1.80 to 19.50 and Judy, of Stuart.' attend. N N i sitAa 1 \\Na ".asar. j jINTRODUCIIPG

I j'' 'TlieSeaiGrass or Link Junior automatic gum tape dispenser..... 22.00 ENSEYS VISIT WOMAN SURE STUART GETS NEWS AROUNDOn

Steel Cash boxes with money tray ..._............_... 4.45 IOC YEARS OLD June 19, the writer of this We Od fcur, Own
4 I Last Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. X. column received ,the following

r Kam without money tray................_..... ?. 2.80 R. Ensey paid a visit to Mrs. letter! Watch Repairing
1 n ra5omoKeM'" Lucretia Honong of Mulberry Silver Springs, Fla.

I ; teeoucm Giant Automatic Pencil Sharpener ._._.. _.. 2.25 I Street West Palm Beach. Mrs. "Dear Miss Clark: ENG AVING
\ I Honong wa born In Columbia "In the June 5 Issue of your'' CRYSTALS FITTED \
Mimeograph Stencil, 1 legal $1,209 best gradeper S. C. In 1841 and wa* 106 years paper In your column on In* All Wo4c Guaranteed s. I

I d 4 ,: TUES. & WED. JULY 8-9 quire .. ........ ___...._.._............_... 3.50 old Roosevelt's June 9.life-time During she President receiveda dlan that River John Drive Conway, you mentioned killed a- L te's

Mw. r.Aara.m eYDNfYI message from him every yearsince snake, and wanted to know o
t' \ 'U.RK' (KRHRNSTRE1il [ ( [[ [ :I Office. Supply Department she was 100 and she get what kind it was. From your Imported an! Costuma
I I li., j I orchids from Tom Brennamart. description this snake was an /EWELIRYjhetory
Mr. and Mrs. John U. Mennlnger -' Indigo ,or' gopher snake. Mdg.

"r'' r: : __ HAlE I The Stuart News of Stuart were dinner guest ,"Incidentally If Conway had
of A. D. Merwin and Arthur -- ------- -
.' Phillips at Redwood cottage In Utyx
I il" "r -w CRAIG STFVENSe..rla Edenlawn. Incidentally Polar
Phillips are
j. adding another 3,T

I .:" j I IIc l across bedroom the, bath patio and-from closet Redwoodto space !

.. Rutherford take care from of the Sauk needs Centre of Dr., ASIL FINE TRAINS, DAILY I

Minn., who ha leased It for the o 1
coming winter 1i
1 r -- NEW YORK i
NEW IWASHEtr Miss Jessie Miller who left

E11 Essm a couple of weeks ago to !
visit relative In Wisconsin' II AS INGTON' i EASTMcaMseai
now In Racine u'guest ot her I
cousins, Mr and Mrs. George
(j) Miller. In a letter to relatives !

Miss Miller says everyone there r
eats six meals a day and U she V
keeps on doing the' lame she I
k' 1 will have to Inventory her clothIng i I(
to find the ones that fit. I
WASHES And she I Ie sleeping under blanket s -
!* and comfortable ,
--I PG
Mr. and Mr* Miller are well- P

RINSED : known here where they have'
wintered numerous seasons. s Shed h 'a met Ir-ttiMitlMM comfort wd
o pater a the dwal. .
ty Mly track IWN.ihnf Fkr.c
SPINS Mr. and Mrs. Karl H. Burg- We lost sad Ariwtic Cart Lips alter'r !
graf of Blue Heaven of Eden have o rw choice rim tot. Navy gripped, Diesel.
returned home after M1e d taus L to the Ian.CHAMFI .
a vacation mum
DRIES waQanu501r
; IuMiss. cv
In ,
Put-tn-Bay on Lake Erie a knurr cuck ttotwiliMr with
visit among relatives In that diak.g era ad two tmn-lemi Cars( Hwr
! ,, \ we1e"IBM.
-" AMIAN 35 1 .
web H
, section' and a stay with friendsIn' W aces .e.dasieas, eke
their old hometown. Shaker ah coaches iMM-lenfi; M4 the HA-
r Sttfck No f ANA SFICIAI, h i HUM* vsuaeas Cad teaches
._. ,,_. Heights, Cleveland.Mr. '

1 and' Mrs. W. H. Lennardand Eastern( Std. me) CHAMPION MIAMIAN SPECIAL HAVANA t)4950tai=195:00o:

-g Mf. and Mrs. Leicester Len- Lv.*Stuart ._ .- .. .. 11:55: AM MJP1W: UUAM:
Lon. + nard and children of Walton Av. Jaeksen he 3:45: PM 7:15: PM' Ids AM
were In TItusville Sunday visit- Ar, BkHmosfd 'A.C.L _
) 3:11: AM 7:85: AM
lug their, ion and'' brother' AT.'Washington .. .. .
1:11: AW MS: AM : 'I & 'E. WALKER;
Mrs.. Lennard.Sawyer and Ar. New York _. 11:21: AM iitsnff: 1:21: AMCOAST

1 Today Mr. and Mr*. Lennard For reservations and forth aformaLion 44 1 $0 ,j t1

Hall Electric Service will arrive from Tltusvllle for Telephone; 25 ,JEWE.I..EftS. ,
s four day, visit here and will vi-1W edit" tit c oa 't+Iwr ; .

1 participate celebration.. In a family July 4 S' 'o5CiW iNi..

Coming down from Fort Pierce
Sunday for a visit with ,. D.

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Stuart Whips .Pahokee 9-4, Holds 2-Game League Lea '. 7, ,, 11 f,

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The State" -Game! and Fresh 11- IS ORGANIZED Lead HERE SUNDAYArnold ':::1 ,

Water fish Commission at a Florida Tallahassee Game! and July Fresh J -Water Tho 7 MORE GAMESSeason Batting :, :
last "
In Tallahassee
meeting Pith -
Commission has Asked! ; that
rejetced a proposal for a uniform the State Board okConitervallon 16 On Warren Shlpes collected a pair Harrell
Rotten Kennedy It Shipel
hunting season In Florida. be enjoined from Extended Into September of doubles and a single, In the .
exorcising Jurisdiction Manager Lowery Pettit Lead Team to llthTriumph.
the commission didlei i .
However, ovrr fishing on Lake Coaches At Loop Meeting 14-hlt barrage against two Pa- .
and announce\ over-all opening Okecchobee jnd the St. Johns M6nday hokee hurlers Sunday to retain v
and closing dates lor the his Individual batting lead
1 Managers and coaches of the
coming/ sesse The uniform se'- Indecisive argumentation for among the Stuart Sallflshers LEAGUE
In bill for l loth district American r .. Gat
rejected on the groundsmat a injunction filed; Union W L '
jon was three hours at a South Florida with a hefty .477 average. It was fttiurtPflfntMIM .I
.the live conservation! / Jn the Leon .County Circuit Jutilof) baseball teams will. meet Coast Glades League meeting the ninth straight game In :: ", :m Ii
Court, the at 8 tonight at the Legion WorkMorrlwn .be: S
would ,disagree on the commission charged i home take l.k 4 4
\trtcu Worth Monday night was which the youthful shortstop
KMJPikokto 4* It I
lit West
that the Palm
three Beach to discuss : : :
Icglitatly /acts, :
Met-. finally resolved in An agreementto star has hit safely. and the 4
giving the Board of ponsfrvaUon plans for the approaching ca- C'...l. The commission approved a extend the regular season for fourth straight In which he has 1144WhA 6 .id .."
1M7-4J deer season extending authority over the two I son 411 another seven Sundays to be followed banged out three hits He also "'lie Made. .1. .!toil 4 .

from Nov. 20 to Jan. > but the bodies were 'InqoiiKblfnt I with The Stuart team, composed of, t % by a playoff. stole a pair of bases to take the SUNDAY'S RESULT* I
the hostile to" commission: rfjulallons 10 boys front\ all action:i of the i Pom.JS. ;; 14, :Brllo: qiUo I
days of the week on which hunt and nskod that be I Originally\ I It was thought thelleason team leadership In that department Stuart .. P.II.... 4* '
they has been
Ing will be allowed will vary in I county organized and might) end next Sundaywith ... 9h a, IL "'
the districts In the 4th district, declaecd uneoiiKtilutlanal\ The I \li< holding daily practice, '-weatlict -, only the rained out games, Pitcher Jesse Arnold notchedhis Lair: Wonk |t, MomiMi; Malts Ill.
three acts, to
include Martin County, designed :'reopen I permitting Coach Is Harris of which there NIXT IUNDAY' CAM lS
which "thr : I are seven and fifth hill triumph of the sea-
and St John Lowery, Jr. Is .! ,
manager T. J PKoimfdy p' 111tuorLcli.tow
will be barred on,Mon.' tlie follow
hunting j playoff to However, son the same day to tie with Bit bma.P..P.
days Tuesdays and WednesdaysThe River to commercial: rl- and assistant coach Is: it finally was agreed that this Bebee although Bebee has ... :: ::''t.'i .... fJ
were passed during the 194 Rolxr. E PetIM Complete'! unl- .Wks Worth aL lioni.on. F1014., .
season for tutkey In the legislative session )I was too early to conclude and hurled i 1/3 innings more and
I A.
name in the 4th district as for forms with the exception of., league president Bud Ward man struck out seven more, However, Jesse Arnold steady six-
while squirrel and qtmll: In asking for art Injunction shoes\ / have been secured 'for the i iI of the ill
deer, ; : ; ager Lake-Worth entry, Arnold has walked only 10, five hit pitching while his mates 41 I
may be killed in this district the commission charged\ that boy who are expntcd: fc) play I "Babe" Ruth tarts on his new job a* consultant for the American was; Instructed by the seven less than Bebee, and has an larruping 14 safeties f, i .

from No.20 to Feb. 1'. I under the" three fxIsUnnJeil.ilatlon \the It first fame here next week Legion junior liawball program li.i signing autographs In his ,teams represented to draw, up earned ruwaverago of 174 as :fir a pair of Panokee hurlers

)It 'Is ImpOllllllllo'Jut I II 11 I with Vero B aeh, hotel room'at Syracuse V T., before hm appearance at the local more games to conclude Aug 24. compared to Bebee 225. brought the Stuart Sailfmh-

Protected woods grow ,six. to- ffetttYely discharge Its constitutional Members tf the team, as announced ball park. Gerry,Ashe (right) matches happily the Babe" Thereafter the fourth place Team marks rebounded sharply era a 9-4 triumph on' the

time more an acre yearly. I dutlE'S1 by Kennedy: Include slfns. finisher!! and first place finisherwill The offensive average took a lakeside diamond Sunday.The .
----- I in ft statement to the press' Peter a Burr, Billy S HarwlUc play a single game on the point bounce to .311 while perfect victory is Stuart's llth
'I Earl D Farr of Punta Oordi. I Paul M IJ; uhour. Robert) L. tatter's field. second and third handling of 38 out of 39 in 13 starts this year, kept
attorney for the commission, Johns and Charles H Kcm and A LINE ON SPORTS will meet on the seconds field chances boosted that mark!\: 4 the Sailfishera' two-gam

emphasized that today requrst KermIt Tucker of Stuart, Donald and the/ two winners will playa points to .92(. league lead intact since Ponu

JOE CONSTANCE:: I for Injunction was "in no !straw! t Bowden! \ David R. Callen, Martin Club txsttwoof three-game series The averages: pano romped Belle Glade
an antagonistic move Inward Jams W. Pettit and John Sand County Country! for the league pennant On this BATTING 26-3 with a 24-hit attack: tt>1

the State Board of Conserva OsCar! Robinson \of Hobe agreement the season will conclude G All U H RBI A.t. same day. .... ...

I tion" The case will be board, Sound, Lamar D. Howard endgoymond Golf Team Be FormedBy not later than Sept..21 hlDM_boy ,11"f.. tl I II II 7 4 ,..47)H *. The Stuart outfit wtff: plajf'
Shoe Repair factor, Circuit Court Judge Hugh O Mancll of Golden May It also' was decided that the Willett' I' 0 I 400 Pahokee a return tilt here Sun-
H. A..ok! II iI It II
11 Date and Harold .
Taylor July B Miller and seven ralnouts will be
played as I a 8 1 9 day at 3 p m. on the ]DO5114St. ;
Paul Mispel af Jensen Beach. FD MENMNGER Jit Dull) of double headers during J. Anuld ,II 40 U IS II 16" diamond. _
H..N 1 II 4 4 4 13. '
ARRESTS INCREASE ', The State" tourney'will be held c ) SPORTING LOOSE'ENDS the added seven, games in such : : : m Warren Shlpci and'Bd :.Har-: .
'In : : Formation of a tram to representthe = k f :
a that
manner all but will
Tallahassee!, July 3 Arresstfor Tampa July 30 to Aug. 3.4 one i'sstillw
op I Violation of game and fish ._-_. Martin County Golf and Country Club In challenge matches be accounted for. Both original 1-ry: :. I: :: ; I: : :::: rell spearheaded Each found the offensive

law Jumped more than'35 per with, the numerous teams In this area Is reviving serious consideration Boynton Beach. Belle Glade G-hat.willi.m.: : _:Jf I Sit I I : I: : :33:Pts11h Sunday for three hits, 'scored tbX raflgl three: '

cent during May, the State dame CflMEBODYSIIITHEARINGJS ) . A parallel for Stuvts hick of a city recreation director clashes were washed out so one ..,11 If I s f .e1l times and batted home two t1I.1-1.
h and Fresh Water Fish CotimM- I Is to be found in Belle Glade where recognition of the ned!/ \is necessarily canceled H.II 441 II I I 1 ..:, lies sewed the.".decision
Hti.l.r as Stuart up
Win Closed .ton has disclosed In a (ninthly' has reached the point where city Manager H, O Earwood Is look- Also adopted by the league was li-ri, -.:.1.: 'i Ii i It :iETull. In the first two innings

report SET Ing 'for a suitable candidate Favorable I legislative action has a decision to 1 issue a challengeto Th-otion.. I ...160J. by a 5-0 lead. Trie; home boys

assured light harness racing In'West Palm Beach during the com the coastal' semi-pro loop In..m'.h6D.O. 11: I. 1 ,.1...'. rallied to knock off most of this
1 I
J Y 7TH I RACING PLANNEDNew '. ing season Four sections of Palm Beach County are to be closed north of Stuart that the two A'm..' '. I. I I .... jump, but Arnold knuckled down
loop winners meet in East Coast ....
YOlk, July S,- Perusal of Commission's Test Case soon by the State" Game ,and Fresh Water Fish\ Commission to championship a U... I'I.I ,.... after the third Inning and blanked
the American Power Boat As Scheduled: I Arcadia hunting and trapping for an indefinite period. A hearing on game. ." Onw* II. ". Pahokee with two, 'singles
In I As a result of the deactivation Saund.ra I I a ..001111AM
0J soclat.lon"Ust of coming r.fgaltas July 7 this plan was held In Tallahassee Monday. Although! Morrison of Morrison Field to be effectiveby .11 418 too 161 n .111 over the Jast six frames without
shows that the July 4 week end Field has been ordered deactivated PITCHINGOWISOWIRA allowing an enemy runner past
by Aug t the 6kymasiers probably July 30, that team was given
will 'produce\! /motorboat racing second, base In the nwantlme
Moor Haven, July ? A will be able U participate In the Glades League post-s anon leave to withdraw from the< lea L Amld"A. .1 II 11 1.74
LY 3RD at, 22 points In 14 States. stretching hearing on a suit filed by the .- .1. I' II I.'" Stuart scored once more' In the
from .New }England!: ta the playoff(*, providing they hold their present contending position, gue after Sunday game with Job 4th-nd added three focinsuriance
State Game and Fresh WaterFish = J : : : : ::
before too many of{ the boys are transferred: Far Cry Dept: Like Worth. It will be replacedby ,
Pacific Coast This is\ one! (of the Commission, Invalidate Grim. 1 I I 11.1 In the!; 8th: ,
mo* extensive holiday schedulesever all, act permitting commercial Two short years ago "Ace" Adams was one of the top relief hurlers frees the West Palm Beach Care ......_ ..' ,. I 1.11 Errors beleaguered i raho'keemost

planned. fishing in Lake Okeechobee and In the Major Leagues. and,sctj some records while aiding In more' was present managed at by Ed Elssey who of the' blistering hot after I
than 00 games for the New York!\: Giants .during the 1945 season. Monday's session
the St. Johns River. was set for and agreed to step In after Sunday SEMI-PRO BALL noon, Singles by Harrell and
Monday Three week aso his prestige gone. US' a result of his desertion to Woodrow Munch, sandwiched
The suit will be heard at Ar- the Mexican league whve he !dldn t make the grade he hurled an Those attending the meeting around a mlsplayed sacrifice attempt

end Ia. It 'WI\II' announced. because exhibit Town In Wcwahltchka, which It the' name Is strange to Included] five Stuart representat. TOURNEYS SET evolved Stuarts two fleet

of pron6unced oppositionto you Is In Northwestern Florida, Gulf County population 584. ives three from Coynton Beach, Inning runs and a walk to Bill'

the commission in this. area. '. two each from Lake Worth, Mor Berry Wilbur Fercuaon")1nge] ; T
10 10
with Two circuit judges will hear the rison Field and Pompano, three Harrells ,well-drilled triple ,'to
suit I I The National Baseball Congress"<< district tournament at from ciewlston and Stuart NOI\-profeslsonal\ baseball team deep left and a two-bagZer'Vy.

Attorney Earl Fan? of Punta' Dowdy Field In Hollywood opens Wednesday for four days with Spooner for Pahokee Attending tournaments will be held the Shipes netted the visitors three 0

Gorda, who, will represent the eight teams from South Florida entered and more expected from Stuart were Mann, Jesse next six weeks In 42 States, It more tallies In the 2nd and
commission, said the test and has been announced by'the Na- enough to win. Doubles ::iyChink' ; ,
The is only The entries so far Include Stuart; Hollywood, Boea Raton and Horace Arnold Harris Lowery -
the. first of a series planned to and j E!: A. MQInger, Jr, tional Baseball Congress In Stiller and Shlpes featured
Permanent Asbestos five teams from Miami The winner and runnerup will be eligiblefor
Wichita Kans. The earliest
$RUSH test all "unfriendly1 legislation ,... the three-run 8th Inning
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UNDERCAR COATING the State tourney in Jacksonville starting<< July 29 .i Gene began Sunday at Ferth Amboy splurge.
] approved by the Legislature -
OR The commission also seeks an Saraien, who made such a strong showing In the recent PGA N. J, and the latest one will be The box score: ..

SPRAY, Injunction against A. A. Beck of golf tourney In Detroit although far past the age at which agolfer FISHING'SHORTS' the Florida tourney at Jackson- STUART '* *"
R H ro AHirrrll .
Xsep that new car "new", Moore Haven and Joe Griffin of usually Is In his prime. owns a few acres of land (III the vllle starting'July 29. ft AH 4 a ( I 0ship" *

ClfwUton, commercial fishermen "Island near the House of Kefuge which he purchased a few State winners will earn the .., .G 8. I 0 SU..A .
the old I.to. I -\
and give car "pew"quietneii to enjoin them temporarilyfrom months ago .'> The 1947 Federal! migratory waterfowl shooting I right to participate In the 13th 1.0 ALIMI .a. 4 I *

with netting fresh water fish in permits, "duck stamps" went on sale at the Post Office here annual national tournament at H. e Ik .111't S 1 IHrrrr *.
I MEE- the lake and from selling such. this week at II apiece. The Issue,this year pictures a couple of Wichita Aug 1527. The list of Hall.... .J I.' .
Asbestos Ftnderseal I, th/ j fish, snow geese! In flight. Incidentally, a Wisconsin member of the By EARL HALL I approved tourney sites and dates H.liU KrrruuM Ik It I 4 1 I 1 14 *4Stllln

The commission asked that if national' House of Representatives! has Introduced bill to hike Red Hendrix decided it was were announced this week by if I I I iI I *

better car unWercoater: *= the Injunction against Beck and that stamp to $2.-. California University won the NCAA ba,fo too hot to work in the fields. the Congress. The six States for 0 Am.ld V -'........... -
rFENDERSEAIF Griffin \Is granted it be made so he went to the Locks--and I which no tourneys are set are : 111 14 .%llX940.4 J,
ball title in Kalamaioo Saturday beating<< ,Tale 8-7 In the final ftf R-r Its,
binding on all members of -the caught 25 nice snook and few I Minnesota, North and South Dakota PAHOKFEAD ,
Guard ogcinA of carbon monoxide a
tomorrow In Davie and .
Full-fledged rodeos start
Lake Okcechobef Commercial game. "will tarpon. They're rolling again. I. Ohio. Tennessee and Utah. R W 1'.01 tM..b

gas and fnsulaNe again/I heat and cold from, Fishing Association. I Arcadia for three-day union"" Large snook and trout are I Twenty-one of the tourneys set Tab. i,. Ib ... 1 4 IS I : 41 I a

The bill of complaint was the till in the Indian and lower St. will begin /July 18-20, SpmOb:: 4 0 4 : 4I :
BoynumPuik I
pavementi. EliXinate/rust/ t, road noises and result of a measure enacted by Lucie Rivers They seem to like l llilmo it. '""' "" I I L411:
the recent Legislature, recognizing live bait best. A lot of snook BASS LICENSES
body rumble.. commissions regulation DAYTONA TOPS Youth Hooks were caught close to Bay.Tree 'ARE NOW DUE H*.fU .> 4 4 .4' I i.
against netting fish In, the I lake Lodge last Friday 1 KiK UTurkvr 4 0 4' I

It'* all don by-onWapplication of.Amaspro and In the, St John River but Fish. Don't forget your fresh water ''Fresh water fishing license Mock rf rt 1 I !: 4 .!I 1J! J I

declaring persons breaking the DODGERS 13-11 t 3 Tough,, fishing license expired June expired at midnight Monday. 11 '

Asbestos FenderseaMlh* car insurance, of longer rule would not be subject to penalty 30, See the county Judge for anew and new annual licenses are' 8:nr by ..I''I J ',;,
]. now due to fish all fresh waters STUART all' 14* 414
Columbia. C, July S (W) one.MILUoN ._
( PAHUKfcK: 421 44* 4
QVtomobfo Jifo and tiVng i comfort that In this a f*. Including- Ift- .kutl..d In-HurrTll I. ship V
It a tough garfish
JULY 4 PICNIC SLATEDAT 'A'withering IS-hlt ittark, was FISH FREEDIN St. Luole Canal North and Munrk S, .'*...._. Pooh t. .1.... J.eobBtoll
Protect the life, du/ab\ty/ and serviceability of COUNTRY CLUB two-thirds of which was concentrated pulled grabbed the Bobby 75-pound Neelys youth bait.Into It STATE WATERS South Forks. The ,licenses Pwk It.. bit.--iihip.Stfll.TbiZa: a i-M., 3Ive.
In the first two Innings .. hito-4i"T
cost $2 each. Snook and roll ran Kluirt a.
your coated with some
car by the nneath surface ;
having vfn A Broad River and then tried to ,
The and to net '10 sent the Wt M-1 Ph"- a
Amaspre Fenderseal fcreVenf the rort that works monthly picnic golf runs chew off his hand. TALLAHASSEE July 3--The bass are reported striking Doubln plo'o-.b! .. Tokk .. r.....
tournament for Stuart Dodgers down to defeat State .,... -
given member Game and Fresh Water along St., tucle Canal Hock to Stllter '
Up through the metal Itsclf-Vbreakinri' and loosening and guests by the Woman Auxiliary lot the third time in seven games Neely 15, was fishing; the lazy Fish Commission referred J,.. Stolen Sxriflco blM_ P.O., 1.hl.1. ...

Paint on the surface \VheA this loosening is once of( the, club, Is slated for this season as the Daytona All- man i way. He had tied the line 120,000 bass and bream fingerlings GAMES TODAY kr 1. ArnoM I. Hctilo by jiuoh Slraokoiit tteo.ra-

started-the rust attnfkg fro \all sidM: and continues S p. m tomorrow An ,outdoor !Stars! took a 13-11 decision in to his foot and was half asleepon In the fresh water lakes J.BOM-...on I. of talli I Brara off I.1'Hit'Aar.kr .IMtckoiky I, Ji-*

in its destructive woJc. eviry ourelfthe day. supper and fireworks' display Daytona Sunday, a rock. and streams of Florida during AMERICAN LEAGUE ..... 1 1H.-Ill.) Runs "a kit.In _
will b# a special feature for the "Just when I wasnt expectingIt the first five' rhiletlalphI off J-.... I .od I lnnn... o4Snn
RUST and its metll deRtroyVg elements la caused Jake Dunn hurled the route \! months of this lWl'ON"AL"'TEEAGUS(31"Itt"Ati 4 flit ( In 4 hinlnn. Wild [ilt bky -*
'ollnglltel'l'July, 4 celebration: for Stuart and after his weak something hooked my line year, John F. Dequine chief PII" ",II. Juoo I. l.o.ln: pltrkw. jMokA
jy slush, mud'and iater on ua highway that are The president Mrs L. A. Ar- start" settled down to limit the and pulled me into the water"the fisheries biologist for the, commission at. "lais at CIoIa.. .V..I.-II...... TI..I..I.ap-"..'is. Kim$. and C.1W 1M

flushed under aplasllmg pressuto, against tho; under bogast, reported a gift of patio hosts to live hits over the last youngster said. "I was sure has disclosed RIFLE TEAM NAMED

leath surfaces, pen l rating IntoVrackn, crevices and furniture from Mr, and Mrs Carl six frames* but shaky supportlet scared and llll I could think of Of the total nearly TOO,000 were ATHLETES FOOT GE

other defects In the Inetol. The constant pounding of Bess, Of cypress painted white, In what proved to be the was how to get out of there. bream and the remainder base. Seven Marine Corps officers HOW TO KILL IT.

Dust. Sail and Gralel I thatvacts\a a "$and Blast," the gift includes 10 tables and winning run In the 7th Inning. "Every time I started to climb The fish went torestock more have been named to the eight- IN ONE HOURIF '

Oil the metal Burfacls, not only, destroying ordinary 40 chairs which was originally Dodger catcher Mack Mullins out, something would l jerk! at. the than 80 bodies of water In 25 man team which will representthe NOT PLEASED your Me k..
Poles,, but ,actually krinding ancA pounding minute purchased for use at the Beach, paced\ the hitters with four sate line and drag me back Into the counties throughout the State. United States" In the Inter- A>k .My, T9.01M.4*miiM l.r. this wilk STRluofkUo

Intone metalPEN'DERSEAL f Club of the Marine Room. I ties, while Marvin Donald and river., I finally got back and In addition Dequlne, said the national Rifle and Pistol Matchesto >, .okoWL. .H PENKTRATM.M too A-
The regular ladles' day will beheld T DV; Thornton for Stuart and started to pull In the- line. commission has already approv. be held In Stockholm. Sweden .> kill, MORE. fonw I"STUART -"I T

Ma,'plastic coat Is of leather-like next Wednesday with a Johnm. Rabbit and Carlona of But I pulled too fast for as ed applications for more than Aug 1-10 Marine\ Corps Headquarters DRUG STORE:
toughness that protecU the underneifth; aurfacea--juat luncheon at 1 p, m. to be fOllow. Daytona each got 'three hits.The soon U I saw the darned thing 600000 more fingerlings to be announced today. I Ad

armor plate nrotedta a battle hip\\ ed with a monthly business- Dodgers who haven't won It grabbed my hand and itarted delivered within the next few ;

If Intererted-for saving your CAB *\> Ralph ZarmtsH meeting and bridge* since June > as a result of two to chew It.* Neely related. "It months.

the Sunoco Servici Station,. Fed.. J Ill-way, and Second ties and this defeat since then i was a tVt ft. garfish with plenty The chief biologist; said fish "THE JINX"
BASEBALL is TOUGH will two In three for restocking purposes\ currently
gtreet, Stuart; play game ot teeth In that long Jaw '
Bingham I Canyon CtalH-Wl days here this week end At Lit are being produced at the rate BEER, LUNCH SOFT DRINKS
""On* Application Guaranteed For Th, iJf e of Your tarKE1Y'3"'iNGFIE'L'D -BaUer Santlstevan"who has tle Dixie Park tomorrow afternoon i 'CIVIC GAME rOSTPONFD of 170,OOP a month.

coached Bingham Canyon High ,the Dodgers will be hosts: 5r1
] TIRJ to. six State baseball championships IM the Palm Beach All-star" and Pue to the open-store! hours RACK= SET TOMOkW-, '

contends baseball U ,the Sunday afternoon Okeechobeewill maintained" her yesterday after Atlanta, July >S> Eighteen at< CHICKEN D STEAK SANDWICH !

hardest of alt high tchool sports play hSriIoOaundat noon a* a result of the holiday the world greatest auto ,race BUN Ill% 25c: *J, ST '

The to coach; This t Is because each tomorrow, the scheduled return drivers will bid for .the richest a 9: OA.lvVta3iOOA.lvl>, qw: !
Sunoco Station i player must be given so much Individual score by.lnnlngs: Softball game between the Rotary laurels of the speed sport in the of Stuart -F uL lf ,3
attention- the coach Stuar'Ot! 00," 320-11 14 7Daytoni and Kiwanis' Clubs on the South tomorrow afternoon" 'In BEAT THE JNX--

expect",to produce a.. consistent 660/ 001 'Ilx-vlS 18 4 East: f th St. diamond was post the 100.mil national champion on loon T1H 2.00 A. M.

SluaH Winner BantUrtevan was a baseball Ovum and Mulllns; Adam and pinned until next Wednesday. ship classic\ ,, ati. Lakewod Speed AM My Tuniod"s-
star at Colorado A and M. Rabbit. afternoon at 1 p. ,m way.

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J\i I ;' toiiiiiiimmiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiii{! ture will be "A Day In Camp Aid The ladles meet once leave lOOn for Ohio1 where'she .joyed by all. It was repo,
: o'r McQuarm for 4-H Clubs" BAPTISTS GO month during the summer ea-I will visit for several week. they wert nlJ1; bothered bJ
J'I'I NEWS COUNTY ACTIVITIES 1 I .,-.- son to sw afld prepare .(or '* News of several business activities QUltoes The county ,sp
;:1 .Budded Winter We learn with regret thai W. bazaar In the fall. I springing up along the' recently done hers sees,'
,. : The County Agent's ColumnBy T, Mettles, district agent, and E. TO ASSEMBLY Mrs. Lauretta Oaede II pow In st. Lucie River Is reported. Newsof have- been a success t
j. : i F DBusk. cltrlculturist with Cleveland visiting her daughter developments will be reported '.1
: AVOCADO'RE L, M. JohnsonThe II I, the University of Florida Agricultural and son-in-law and family, the later. FlpHda to One of 20 84,a'
I Extension Service, retired '' Rev and Mrs. George Penn The long string of equipmentand which have not provide ,
13 4-H Club boys and L duct!.d themselves in a most from the service Monday. The Ret Phil Maxwell left pastor I Whit then she expects to be two tugs which passed down protection all of Its fOlll'
\1 of the Baptist Church yesterday lands.
:M"1\ ES M. Johnson, county agent returned satisfactory manner, showing I Both mm have served nearly SO morning with 11 mem- able to report headway made on the river Friday from were which on they
Saturday night happy i cooperation and willingness to years In the Extension Service. bers of his parish to attend the the securing of a pastor fOCI the way to drydock to South America for
1-1t and and receive. He expressed Nettles Is well-known among coming season of the Palm City will go
.... proud of tin good Unit I they give two-week Sunday School trainIng service there.
had and the honors won In the his thanks to (hem for the co- agricultural people In Martin sessions of the annual Bap- Church. State Superintendent, two years
,'i I I County and was one of the most William N. Tuttle of School evening picnic *
week they spent at Camp Mc- operation shown Ixlm. They all tist assembly at Rldgecrest, 1(, C. the Rev .A Sunday
> BOOTH NO. 3t Quarrle In Ocala National Forest "> told their: appreciation for the widely known and popular extension Jacksonville also has .reportedtaht was held last week on the
workers In the county. The assembly is a summer-long he has In mind grounds at which
BOOTH NO. 7 The weather was coopera- opportunity to atttnd Camp Mc- someone church pack:
j tive and the boys were able \to Quanta thlch was made possible .We arc all going to miss him affair with specified periods devoted I for the opening here. As It will time the new grill and tables
BOOTH NO. $ accomplish much In the! way of through the cooperation of and the valuable help he gave to certain subject Mr I be several months before the were used by the church for the E D
f a LULA sports and club achievements, superintendent Roscoe R. Rol. thru his long experience In pro- Maxwell and his group jvho will all opening of services It Is first time. The affair was en-
t, i WALDIN$2e lins the Martin County School moting the extension service In be present for the Sunday School' felt that an able man soon will .:z:
Sozones In
George will
group work left In several and
Board. William King of the Pelican the country be located to fill the vacancy
\' Cabin 8 won first place as the LISTEN TO
L be joined at the assembly bytwo
left bzy the resignation of the
Hotel and the Board of
outstanding all-round group Charles Titus
other Mrs.
': h Commissioners. DeBunk too will be misted\ Rev. H. L. Packard. li
i during the week Cabin ( group and Mrs. Walton Parks next
I' of which Bobby Johnson was a especially!! by citrus growers In week. Those who left yesterday Monday the Palm City\ Home 1Pr l
\ : ) T '1 iEM A Y DAY ATY"If m'mbor. won second place and Jack MarCormack: agricultural the State as he has been Instru- included Mr. and Mrs Arnold Demonstration Club will meet 1b
'j the Softball and volleyball championships editor for station WJBS mental developing Irrigation Bauer, Mr. and Mrs. R. F Long- at the home of Mill Viola >I-
ti : \ USE. of the camp. Lewis Miami who,l has.an agricultural among( citrus growers and was bottom, Mr;and Mrs O. L. KrEider for an all-day meetingand i
'{, I,' : Clements'of Indlantown showed program at 12.30 p, m. attend- a (frequent visitor In Martin field Mrs Ed Burgess! a picnic dinner at noon. / _., .
\ 'I1 his ability In cooperation and rd tile 4-H Club camp at Camp County while carrying out the P. Blakeslce and daughter Miss Lucile tnscoe, county home
, \\1 EZlv/im A. IVlenninger M last week and emergency farm labor Eden-I'demonstration agent, will be In
', leadership by bring chovn as \ + I Bob back with the Martin County charge of the leM na.
1 assistant life guard by Quest Clyde Robert Titus, Fred B 1
i ? I who was in charge of the water- group i He spoil Saturday night! Sum good suggestions on pre- Mrs Louise Harrell and : The new home being built by t+q
r front program and Sunday In Stuart and went Venting: mildew and mold In the, ter. Joyce, Rae Joyce and Jean I Dave Burchard Is nearing com-
nnnuuuul lI illm, nuunnuu I Joluisim Mid the boys con- fishing l at the locks making I ai j household as well u ,ways to' j pletion and ready? for occupancyby Every -
I : .t j jII nice patch of black bans Ma-' remove them has been received CharlesJackson j jMr his family They have been Mon.. Wed., Fri..
'. i Curmock staled that (tin his entire In the office of the county agent. living at the BlaskQ farm for
:SALES See Us For vacation trip he had more The article Is toq long to print next' Sundays Maxwell service will return here, butt I some months. 91 A.w .
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I here, but the Club
fun attending the 4-H Club Information Is The Palm City Woman(
'V''' : -& ._If Iht:; and camp and his very successful available to those who will\ call will leave about July 15 for al|met June 20 at the church. An ,
f :::1 ., . i :;.g Repairs fishing trip ut Stuart. at the office. two-week vacation during which Interesting meeting was held
time he will be replaced by the
fl" : '' ; SERVICI 1iU:$J M r--- Tarts MacCurmack ,is Interested In Rev Roy Crosby of Vero Beach. during which the building of a
I \ / permuting 4-H Club programsIn Doing!! a thing the right way club house on the club lot on
I Florida personally as well as! performing an occupation cor- 11111111111 liiieil1111I11I11111111111ti111i111Palm 1 9th St. was discussed and decision
IL ': :: ARNOLD BAUER thru Station WOBS and sponsors ifclly, or the operation of a pro- was made to get It started -
of his program. We hope gram In the most efficient and City NewsBy at once It possible, with the
( ': St, Lucie C\uVvrd\ Phone 142-W MacCormack will visit Martin practical manner all add up to hope of raising money to add to
County again In the near future safety. Safety does not have to ANNA B. DATiiiuiiiitiiiiniiiiiMiiiimiiiiiiimiiiimi the fund already started FRAM kt"
,,"' -----1 j tc tec some of the results of our be considered as an "extra" activity / Mrs:Charles Barrett expects to, r hwr, PARKER ,
when the of I
Jf 4-H Club work In vegetable, posture principles
citrus and tropical fruit good management govern the Mr. and Mrs LaVerne Van
il I i developments! Job. Essentially, any efficient, Ness of Palm City Farms are Today's- Milk -Today
; 1 CENTRAL MARKET ____ I'well-run job Is a safe Job. Start happy over recent word from Produced e4
"' The Florida State Extension I your safety measures before Na- their son, Ralph, D Churchill,I
< MEAT !Service! made moving pictures of I tional Farm Safety Week July that he has been ordained as a anJItemized Pip
activate! at Camp McQuarrie 20 to 28 I Methodist minister. He will continue i
:' PRODUCE and GROCERIES which they plan to distribute I -- ;--- I his studies but at the present A be A"*
11 time he Is serving a church
among the county agents in the SIX BOY SCOUTS I In M r/n
!tl! ;COURTEOUS SERVICE .. State to be shown to civic groups I j I at Cedarsburg Wls. County

1 [ ; ''CONVENIENTLY LOCATED ed and In others.this program All boys participat-I, RETURN FROM CAMP I I of Mrs Mrs William Van Ness McFarland, who spent sister the Baraks Dairy BELL BREAD
jI"jI"J( 'f' C of the Martin Five Stuart boys returned winter here at the Van Ness KAY
: I J :2nd and Akron Joe Brooks shown in the different activitiesIn home Saturday fromattendingthe I home left June 19 for a visit in P, O. Bo1042 Stuart 0RRAI.
'ctl lost week nf mnnt.h-lnnff Ohio From there she ,
< the Dayton BAKERS
'11r'/ -L_ ,__ ___ __ __ _____.___camp._The_title---1 of the plcI I Boy; Scout camp sessions I ; 'at Lake" will\ go on to Port Huron and ei
Osborne, 2 miles west of Lan- Detroit, Mich. --
l j tana. Miss Betty Savage who has
: The .boys who were brought been at the home of her sister
; I'' home by Arnold Bauer, Troop I in California for many months,
FINE FOODS FOR A FESTIVE 4th 130 Scoutmaster, included Beach spent June at the home of ber GROCERY SPECIALSVACUUM
and Richard Brooks, John A. 'parents, Mr. and Mrs Hobby
r I Rains Kenneth Fulton and Bud Savage, and expects to extend
I 1'I' i, I D Loach. Also returning was her vacation Indefinitely/
William Leach of Troop 34 who Mrs. J. W. Page and three
I : I was a swimming Instructor at children of' St. Petersburg are VACUUM PACKED
't i the camp. visiting at the home of hit parents -
:1' -ar 4 Bauer reported the boys won Mr and Mrs. Hobby Savage
1 : ,, !' several awards during their stay. A covered dish luncheon wid CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE _
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at the
i lak.lncludlng swimming a day of sewing was enjoyedyesterday
I I merit badge earned by Rains. at the home of Miss OSAGE GRAPEFRUIT i QUICK ACTION
f' The camp ts maintained by the Viola Krclder Trails End South
Oulf Stream Boy Scout Council Fork of the-St. Lucie by mem: JUICED

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ICIAL NEWS 1 and the 'WEEK' IN STUART' New MRS.Itcmi MARY(or thl*HARTMAN paper rau.t ,reach Society Edit'* tt "'
Happenings of '
, Home Telephone.(flee fetor If-W neon .. y Phone,, 91 I'

ARBOCAST:RETURNS father for a vWt with W mother EVER READY CLASS
If CITADEL at Wilmington\ ) Del, and i McClure-Hanson Nuptials Auxiliary Holds
JIll I brief visit In Stuart Jll fatlieiand HUSBANDS Pep Up Your Business With New.

ft Arbogast student A The brother, MMdtetoo, are ex- The Ever Ready Class of the Bridge LuncheonThe
adel, has returned for thee petted home from Wl1111lnrwcthe ; Solemnized Here ThursdayBefore : Baptist Sunday School enter- L S Sf
after Joining hit last of this! week.
session I
tained their husbands at
a wa-
t series .
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an altar banked with ed by Robert Harrell as best I termellort cutting Friday night ly social meetings of the Woman .SIGNS -
whit" gladioli, term and palma man with Donald Burroughs, I' at the home of Mr, and Mrs L. Auxiliary; of the County
: TILTQN'S' SUNDRIES the marriage of Miss Betty Han5011 William Armour, James Harrell 'C. Klckllter In Eldorado Heights Club was a six-table! bridge
" and Daniel McClure was and Joseph Courson as ushers The monthly business meetingwas luncheon last Wednesday Prizes
solemnized last Thursday with The nuptial music was playedby also held and It was Votedto for high score went to Mn. L. IAS. BOXWELL
a candlelight service at T Miss Jean Parker who accompanied stage a social'function each 1
DRUG SUNDRIES COSMETICS p m.: A. Arbogast, president of the 4
month the Mrs. RAINS BLDCA PHONE 103-M
during lumnur
lit\ the Baptist Church The Rev. Mrs. Garland Eden- Mrs. Stanley Kltchlng, ,
y..Ctf TAN" OIL SUtnUADE3; SUN GLASbES Phil Maxwell officiated using field who sang "0, Promise. Me" Howard Ileavenen Mrs O. L. Mrs R. O. Judson and Mrs. T. ll
CANDIES TODACCtfe( A Jtn:: KI.UY the double ring ceremony Dorothy and "Because" White, Mrs Tom Bowie and Mrs. J. F Kennedy. The prizes were + 1
i Hanson 'and Jollne Kick The parents of the bride entertained Charles Phillips were named asa given through the courtesy of
SODA FOUNTAl/J committee to plan the recreation -
HIT were candlellghters. a* a reception, following the Little Dress Shop. The club fI
SODAS, ,ICECREAM; / SANinVJCHKS Tlio bride was gowned In the ceremony at the homeof program. plans to make the fourth Wed- Highest Cash For Your CarWONT '
whiU tatin. embroidered in sea. the bridegroom parents, Mr Mn 0 L. Boggess teacher, nesday of each month a social
NEWSPAPERSIAGAJNW5: ) pearls, with full-length train. and Mrs. Wilson McC.jre: Pre- presided and Mrs. Phil Maxwell event for members and guests {
flnger-Up veil and sea-pearl siding at the punch bowl were conducted a devotional service Other attending last weeks TAKE FIVE MINUTES !
/ irown She tarried a bridal Mrs H ,J.Greene and Miss Dori)* The class also voted to select a t
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event were Mrs Walter Davey, We can payXjrou the, O. P. A. limit for your cat which t j jIi
Bible with an orchid Her fathru thy Sullivan. Mrs, Robert Long- pin and samples will be presented -
Mr Herbert Bruner,
'. Donald L. Hanson, of Tal- bottom served the wedding cake before purchase la made Dozier* Mn Barbara Madeira, I a* much/is, you can get anywhere andSTAY i f ,,. 4
lahnswe her In and Mrs. Arnold Bauer and Mrs Others present were O L. White '
gave marriage Mrs. Kitching, Mrs H. WITHIN THE LAW i
FUGATE bind i REENLEES She was attended by Miss J, C. Anthony, ,Jr., had ,chargeo Charles Phillips, Hastings M. Klelfeld, Mrs Boyne McPherson '
Mal Kant Parker,mald-of-honor, the bride's book. Munch, Mr and Mrs Durant Mrs George Conrad, SUNRISE 1 MOTOR CO.
left Fulton' Mrs Aileen Shlles, Mr
Miss Lorraine McPherson, Miss The young bridal couple Mrs. L. E.: Ashley, Mrs L. C.
Engineering,, SurveyiiEitlmales Clue Prints Mildred Clonta and Miss PeggyJo for a two-week tour of the State and Mrs. Leland Bauer, Mrs ,Johnson Mrs Curtis Whltlcar, '' 11-23 South Dixie ? 1
Ralph Mcr-ltt Mrs W, O. Pen-
Ulmtr who wore taffeta after which they will be at hometo Mrs W C Armor, Mrs Herbert Fort Pierc i Fla. Telephone 190 .1 '
of hues ney, Mr Heavener, Mr. and Mrs | .
(.owns\ ralnbdW and carried Thayer, Mrs Robert Mosely,
friends at the McClure home.
Submits on Request Robert Baker and Mrs. William
arm bouquets of
Mrs Fred C Hall, Mrs Herbert
pastel shades They1 plan to enter college together Miller 1''
Dugan, Mrs Paul Hoenshel. Mr*
303 L 4th STREET STUART, FLORIDA. The bildegroora was attend- In the fait Harry Heffner, Mrs Jeanne
EDITH DIANA HALL Carter, Mrs. R. N Wringle and I

PHONE; : 11 J New Books Received At Library ARRIVES Mr. and JUNE Mrs 19 Lloyd Hall of Mrs John Dahlby, I II I "JOE"MOSLEY

Rio announce the birth'of a Mrs Clem E.: TIlton of Hobe I '
|i i I i Include Latest On Etiquette daughter, Edith Diana, June IS Sound left last Thursday for -
Mrs, Hall Is the former ions Jacksonville to join her husband I

Lyons'\ I Inperiai, Martin County Public Llbj"hIlS ;;:;: -can Journey J... 1793-1798" Is the Frlppe" who base Is there.stationed He I expects at the to Naval go I'' 'UMBING.

t r two new books. That, \In Itself other book. It is translated and FLOTILLA MEMBERS overseas In the hear future. JOBBING J / CONTRACTING c
: is nothing unusual, considering edited by Kenneth and Anna M. RETURN ROM CRUISE -e- PROMPT/EFFICIENT SERVICE "
Service Station that find Roberts \ of exiled
one This diary an
may anything Ten member of Martin County I Jack Hilton, ,Jr, left Satur- ALL WORK GUARANTEEDPhone
t / In the of books from Frenchman first consulted
617 S. Federal WUhwii i $:S.urt.> Florida I, HIT classics to;way the latest fiction. for historical background. But Flotilla ,9 of the Coast Guard I day for Rhode Island to Join 308 i '+ ; ,
Across the Bridge in thJ Best /Addition) Auxiliary\ returned Sunday his ship the USS Manchester,
( y ', However, one of the new books Robert found more than the Information -
MILK .WORLD night from a week end cruise to for a new cruise He spent 10
FINEST SHAKEJN :THC i c' Emily Posts latest edition of he originally
((26-Qunces Thick) I 1', 25c I Etiquette." It was purchased So Interesting and West Palm Beach where they days leave visiting his parents I
were guests of the Palm Beach here and renewing acquain-
Keiular 76-Octane Gakohne,] Gal.- 22.9c I1!fit t t i' much consideration and were Moreaus IOUiht'l ,
County Flotilla, O. M. Crottjr, tances with former schoolmates.
Ethyl Gasoline, GaL \. "I 24.9c placed/ In the circulating library. early American life, and
: 'former Stuart resident who Is .
With. sigh of relief, the librar able to authors and -
Open All Nfcht Every Night commander of the Palm Beach received word DRY
ian has watched It justify Itsexpenditure history were his reports, Jack Hilton I CLEANING.
HAMBURGERS .AND CUBE STEAKS-A. Good 'Lydla Bailey" was set aside:\ for;! Auxiliary, was host at a steak Monday of the death of his
dinner at the club house where sister, Mrs. B. Hulick, in Pittsburgh -
tie Bfcstl
As first, there was the young dlvorcte a half a year while Mr and Mrs.
the Stuart guest were entertained She had been 111 with a '
., who the. > Work '
-.xr.DIIIJIIWa.: wanted to know the Roberts translated diary Top-Notch
__Ii ...UI"! correct procedure for re-mar- Into English. TWO boats, owned by J heart condition:\ but was much '
D Gray and Von ,Jourdan took '
riage Then the I chic matron Moreau Journal Is filled with Improved until a sudden relapse I A t F/ir Prices" '
the group down the Inland wa- caused her death. Betides
Invite"You* Friends To who had forgotten how to set a Intlmat detail about life In
I and the returnedby
terway guests her brother here she fs survived
table for a formal dinner party. America when this republic was
AskQ Hundreds of
train. by five children and her mother ur =: =
Next came an elderly church young. Much that Is In this book I .
goer who was In doubt as to never before has been mentioned e .!'
Godaar s Restaurant how to address a bishop But It In narratives about early Warner B.Ttlton of Jensen returned Mr. and Mrs Arle Stuart left Sati ied Customers
last week from the vet Yesterday by car for a three-
Has, a teen-ager who didn't America, and all the color and
know Rhode name to mention delicacy of the original have been erans' hospital In Miami wherehe week summer vacation. -After.
Just South of Frazier C*ek Bridge on U. S. 1 I first I In introducing her con brilliantly preserved In the Roberts had bEen "a patient for a visiting his parents in GEORGE KEITH ,
weEk, lie, Ala., for a, few MCKen'l
ITS' OUR PLEASURE TO RVE'YOU A MEAL OR ,! Made temporaries! the librarian grownups realize that that There translation.was doubt that this j. e will go to Spruce Pine, N. Martin/ ounty CleanersPhone '

\ A' SANDWICH.' : all ages could and would .... book would do well on the rental I Mrs. L. E. Ashley and twin Stuart Is on annual leave from L
'i use Emily Poet advice. shelf But happily It Is, so the ions, Ensigns Jack and Jim Ash- duty at the,Stuart Post Office / \ ;
190 P. O. Box 906
librarian feels good about makIng ley, are back In Stuart for ,the -5-
l< I summer.. Jack and Jim ,were Mrs Charles Titus, office assistant /
TRY OUR COLl S. 'Mcreau! da St,Mery AraerlMKS the purchases
''I recently discharged by the Navy ,for Dr.-W F Davey, will I
1 I :aftei a year of active duty begin her summer vacation next 7
+ 1 'd I They plan to re-enter college in week and plans to go by trainto
r PRESBYTERIANS .EVENING SERVICES: September, having been accepted Rldgecrest, N, C. she will attend ,
Mr!. Harry Lyons entertained The Kobe Sound Community by Georgia Tech. Jim will the second session of the '
TENDER DELICIQUS I STEAKS ,. the Presbyterian Women Asfcxiailon Church will begin evening service continue studies In .architectural Baptist Church Assembly, Her THE OLD RELIABLE: ;
1 : Tuesday at her home Sunday at S with the Rev. engineering' and Jim will son. Bob left this week to attend i
a L4Ct Trt aiea rIS1SiDUII,aeaa?. on'Osceola Ave, Mn. C. A. Lees Alexander Linn preaching on ,be a student In melalurglcal en- the opening session.
. nducted'<; the devotional! service You Know Better. Julia ,Jamison ., glne'dng which courses they -5-
and! Mrs. Elizabeth Kara will sing 'Ivory Palaces" began- before transferring to the Wallace Stevens og Hollywood, CHANGES: G E ITS S NAME' -

THE TAVERN gave! an Interesting report on Sunday School: will continue 'I Navys college program. former Stuart newspaper man,,
DIXIE her trip to Rockledge when she I' 10 a m every Sunday, but the I -, stopped in Stuart last week to w
was a delegate to the Presby- morning services till be suspended Donald Burroughs was InItIated call on several Stuart friends. : :
AND COCK AIL LpUNGE terlal Teachers' Institute. Mrs Friday night Into Delta -S.- but ONLY L its name '
15 Mile North of StuaIF t On Federal Hi-Way 1 W, H, Smith read an Interest I Heavy rains have slowed workon Sigma Phi Fraternity at Stet- The Rev. W. O AldrIdge, pastor Yt
YOU ARE WISHING OR AlCOOb PLACE TO Ing article' from the magazine the parsonage but the win- son University, He Is the son of the Methodist Church, P I'I'E
Outreach Mrs Ivan Taylor told dow and door frame have been of Mrs, W, O Penney: and Mrs Aldrldge left by car .
, EAT anT0l DRINK of the enjoyable luncheon and made, and materials are on -ej'" Monday for Sylva. N, C. where :;
> WILL FIND A TV STET EAT'- AWAITING pleasant! day'spent wjth the hand'and the excavation made I Mr: 'and -Mrs lL: C. Klckllter they will spend a month vacation ,i

YOU. SUPERB WINES i ND LIQUORS, PREMIUM I Fort Pierce Association May 8 for the scfptlc tank. Mondays and daughter, Jollne, left Tuesday The Rev. W d Turner ol .NL,
BOTTLED- BEER, HOT PLATE ILUNCIIES, DELIERVEDUN Others present were, Mrs. and Thursdays are work nights, for Cltra fur a vacation of Canada will fill the pulpit dur- A t
CIOUS SANDWICHES, OUR COCKy Blanche Lowrey., Mrs. Ulll Wily, but anyone may work at anytime ,two monthS. ing his absence
TAIL UNGEl I MM. 8. A. Marsh, Mrs. C. A. Carried by arrangements with the -S.., -e-
I and Mrs. F R. Horton. superintendent of construction. Miss Flora Mae Stanley,county Miss Jeanette Hayes will go SECURITY and SERVICE '
Open From 10.00.. A. 1. ON WEEK DAYS health nurse! and Mrs. Ralph to North Carolina next week fora '
FOR A GOC ID TIME HISIT DON ST. ONGE HOST Hartman..secretary of the Mar- month vacation. She will visit i /or f A* t # t tYou
Get Miles of Wear TO ,CLASSMATES tin County chapter of the Na- her parent. Mr. and Mrs C. E 'IRE SOUTH
THE DIX TAVERN RECAPYOUR I I Don St Onge of Hob Sound tional Foundation for Infantile Hayes, of Fallston and other relatives -

had a week end house party at I Paralysis, Inc.t'returned Friday -and friends, over the ','
Ij ILL C SON, Projl TIRES I I the home of his parents Mr. night from Tampa where they] State '
Bring Them tj Ja. (We've and Mrs Clifford St. Onge, for I attended a two-day educational -5- '
taken ov4r JRuart Recap guests who were classmates at meeting of professional and Mrs. Marian Ballou fisk who hare known thlainstitution for yean

Service) qXto any of theagcncieiY'riich the Riverside Military Academy.They .i iI volunteer health, workers of the has ,been vacationing in Cleveland M the IndiutxiaZLife a/4 Health Insurance ) f '
left there this week for
we do wen ClintonLo khard ofPaacaquala State -S-- Hanover, N. H. to visit her son, Company. It 1* tall Under the **me manage*
Your \ Miss, and Bill Smith I
idle mpney: work fi ol Stonevllle, N. C. Donald returned -, W. C Shepherd, Jr" and 'W. the Rev Chester FIsk, and family m.nt.its executi a the tame,you still do i
home with N. Jones of Atlanta were guests until Aug. 1 when she will
G A ON'S them after business with th ople you know. ..withocal'agent .
having visited\ at their homes' at the St. Lucle Hotel this week return to Stuart.
Service tation the urns faiendl -but now the ;_ '.
and with other friend In
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Company video more type ol Insurance
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BOUQUETS A CORSAGES CUT FLOWERS ', Brooks will try to make Lire iN/uiiANce COMPANY or GEORGIA y{

FLORAL ARRANGEMI S provide iftnderstandlng Lie Insurance service ?

Insuijbd Savipjecpunts DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CERAMICS to fit e.ds of all j-life Insurance for every '

your drinks' tot puree acid purpose. Although new in name,

The $Federal Saviieg InauraneA FLORAL 4 G SHOP
'and Loan Corpora- LIT 1INSUBANCC C MPANT or GECRCIAi ,
n lnsurealndlvidtt, ;* ticcounta to | U90.\IIunband\ WE WIRE FLO 1f l -
s d'a4fe nun} have ttlal of 115,000Ally iilured.cderal t *tlHf, ..THE OLD R LIASV
First savlni i accounts are legal instments Arcade Bldg, 5th St., Ft Pierce! / Phone 310-J yoVictory liking S

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\ SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK I IN STUART. News Itew for t4d. paper..bast sceoh

,\ ,. Home Telephone. ; 1 ( oE, ems;,.

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r LT SLOCUM CALLED Miss Beverly Smith, secretaryfor Mr. and Mrs. William Hlllli, D UCHnR TOP LY COP CHAIRMAN" ; Now Under feoff"ab SupftrrMuoa.
\,1 ''t' BACK: TO ARMY DUTY I the Inland Navigation District j and daughter Barbara, of, Oocor 4 ty + Response Here \ of ,
\ : 1 U Charle Slocum of the office In Stuart'will leave nut Qrove were taller hurt week EARL B< DUGAN. ,
'I Army Air Transport Command today for Jacksonville to spend' of Mr. and Mr t. R. Pomeroy Unit Owner i
'I. At Austin, Texas, was unexpectedly July 4 with her mother Mrs Mrs. KIUI U nmeipbereA, ten ]
called back to duty and Eddie Lea Smith, and sister, Miss as Marjory Poinerpy) a ni I c' ol
> left Monday with Mrs. Slocum Betty Smith. the, county: Walt *.It w Draws > St. Lucie Bar |
and their baby son They arrived day, visit wiilt he< 1.g1Asb 67 praise

M 1 In Stuart Monday of I last Mrs.' Evans Crary: and:! sons, Orlando they wl# go, w. Cbailr. t>v i srI t
t j week, having brought home Ms Evans, Jr, and Bill, returned tauque, K. Xt for the suwneim ;. Th State Board of Health this AND GRILL,
ti; r. mother. Mr. Blanche Slocum Monday from New York City, t week congratulated Martin
1 ; .1' ; who had spent two months with having gone up to drive a car Mr and Ur*. Cole Paoley. it, Iql County on Its unusually fine" Line of holes LIQUORS, WINES
I them In Texas She returned to for an airplane official of Fort of Lake Placid war Sunday I turnout for the ,mass X-ray land CORDIALS
( I duty astcounty librarian Tues Pierce guests[ ot B.: A. Mennlnger, hv- urvey: just completed _
r j day Trig been attracted, by their Dr. C. M Sharp, director of .
----- Senator: and Mrs Evans Crary mutual Interest In flowering the state's Bureau of Tuberculosis
BILL OtCUTERSON HOME will entertain July week end I trees and. the collection at the Control, said he had been I
nOM SIB.MAKINfc: CRUISE former fraternity brothers of i Mennlnget .home In 8t Lucle advised that there 1 la probably "DINE anB DANCE"SEYMtfUR'S

I Bill Oughterson, former Navy I the Senator Including Comdr. I Estate: s. ..a a'I lees than 5000 X-rayabl men [
4 ensign who In now a Q! student Gilford Orange, his wife, daughter I r el I II and women In the county: add
at the University: of Florida, returned and son of Jacksonville andJ I Russell J. West: new owns otA that 2314 persons had voluAUrljy AT
Miami Stuart lie* Plant, returned.
\ from Key Went Tuesday R Roberts of reported to have their
after a two-week submarine "*' -r- from: Atlanta last week, win chest pictures made while the
'I cruise with the Naval Reserve E A. MennInger returned gone there to bring back.. his mobile health unit was In,the INN
mother, Mrs S. Jt West Sit will
He will leave tomorrow for New home Saturday, from Cashiers, : county June 12-li
N. C.. where he spent a vacation make her horn with, him, her*.
i York City with his father, T. T. He explained that children TASTY ijEUCIOUS FOOD
ie also shipped. his household ,
Oughterson who \la making a with Mrs. Menninger at under IS were not X-rayed by
t two-week business trip. Bill will their( summer home. furnishings preparatory: to nun. the unit unless they: are knownto I Mixed DinksBeer on Draft
Into their bom In ,
new Nlprperslnk
enter the second summer /semester .- ng have had cSntact with an '
of the university when he returns Mrs. Ethel T. Porter drove to Estates that.Jut ot this I Infected person. HEAR GENE ON THE'SOLOVOX
week. Hip cblUien.! Joia
Jacksonville yesterday for a and "The number of X-rays made
few days visit with friends. Steve, are vlaiUnj in. New Jersey ('DtrI! n:.Carroll.' Reese of Johnson City, Temp, B.pablkgannational : la Martin County Just about seta STEAKS. and: SEAFOOD

{ MIllS Ernie Elcou began work -, ch lcinvi, I I., all smile* with hi* daughter, Leulse,. at record so far as population Is
t I'' i Tuesday as secretary In the new Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pomeroy e- the airport I la, Columbia, Ho, last after she had pirtjclpated In concerned, We salute the local JUR'SPECIALLYJensen
office of the State Road Department plan to leave next week for Jackie Hodapp; son of Mr. and (tepbgna CoUm aerial maneuvers, H* sale lie phna t-. bug a folks who:, worked so diligentlyon
which Was opened July I Cleveland for several weeks vacation Mrs. 3en Hodapp of Palm City, plane apt l let, Louise pilot him on GOP business trips. around. making this survey an out Beach | SEYMOUR. CI'DEOI
.. at Oolden Gate Present plans during which they: will who was taken to a Miami hospital ",a n.tloo.. standing success", Owner;
I call for malntalnence of the office visit Mrs. Pomeroy son. R. C. last week expected to ua> .......
[j here for five months to Chapman, at Cleveland and her lergo an operation today: on his SUPPORT URGED
serve road construction work In daughter Mrs. D. D. Loebleln at foot and ankle Jackie suffered FOR WILDLIFE
this area Kent, OhioI an attack of infantile paralysis SERVICE BILL
__ about 10 :yeans ago
-e- JENSEN BEACH NEWS The Wildlife Extension Servo Special/ zi ''g..In The Finest
I MARTIN COUNTY Mrs. William Chlaholm and ice bill Introduced by Ohio Congressman
j I daughter, Miss Betty Chlabolm I By Charlotte Helllee Raymond H. Burke

Jacksonville During their absence ; support the Wildlife Management
Miss Elizabeth Robertson ,
Cudned Mrs. Chisholms cousin, wastbp .00..1: Institute reiterated
Wells Drilled, Etc, week, end guest of Me andMrs. noon. :
George Archibald, of Boston arrived this week. This pending leglsla. LalilV
Have Your Work Done Jfy \ Licensed Driller for a surprise visit. He expects Curtis Whltlcar at Port Mrs. ilon would create: a practical extension Offerings at
SewaJJ.Mr /. I
to return home the last of Adolph Hertel. Other guests service for wildlife The
Prompt rvi this week. *. S. Beardsley U spending, were Mrs. C. H. Rlderman, Mrs. bIll proposes to give advice to P ices That Are Right
: a few day In West Palm Beach. A. J E. Emerson, Mrs. Arnold
Phone 107.X-J 3>0 East Fourth St -5- landowners on the best methods
I as the guest of her Haube Mrs. R. 8. Robertson and
ot restoring rehabilitating and
Mr. and Mrs Ralph Bartman daulbter'l
CHARLES MAYE drove to DeLand Oil afternoon Mrs, Harvey Fairbanks Miss Elizabeth/ Robertson, \Improving area for wildlife, the You'll
I 1.0 bring home their son Jack, I George and The Community Church,,, Circle work to be done In cooperationwith Enjoy Our
; have returned from a three-i was held at the home of
State fish! and
and game agencies
other students at Stetson
I --, week visit. with relatives inMemphis Harry: Nightengale June 23 .
University who will com to SWart DRINKS
for the July 4 week end. Those present were Mrs Vade Under this act, which Is to be MIpCEDl
I Mr. and Mrs. L. D. McElfresh
Burnett of Stuart, Mrs. James administered by the, Fish and
-5- and sons, Jerry and Jack, left Barnett, Mrs. Lillian Pertle, Mrs.
Wildlife Service, the States -
I FOR SALE Mrs. M. Hayes left Friday: for Saturday for Dayton,' Ohio\ Lena Jones, Mrs.Jean Best! Mrs. to pay 25 per cent of the cost are of I*
her home In ,
Shelby, K C., alter When t they' will visit relativesfor Meda Bright Mp. May: >DeWltt
It the her the/ service the Federal Govern "Tall Cold Ones" For Hot Summer Days
spending with, a. month They wen accompanied Mrs. Clara Vught M/. Claw, ment the balance. The' unobll
I : FRIDAY AND SATURDAY daughter, Rosemary Hayes. aoij( a* tar as. Gainesville by Beardslpe" and;; ltra. MM?>r 8 W. gated or unexpended balances
niece, Jeanette Hayes, at the Mrs W. B. Tllton who will visit Mrs. PerUe reviewed the 1J) nt.l'a
In the Federal aid In wildlife The Ba
Hibiscus Apt. Her son who caini: I her son-in-law and
Sunday School, lesson. Afterwards '
'I JULY 4 and 5 ONLY! with her her restoration funds are made
I accompanied home M;. and Mrs. Frank Wacha. the group retired to the available to carry on this work.
but her daughter, Marlin, Mr. .nd'Mrs.
remained Bernard Justice lawn where, refreshment were
;, 1i al 401 South California Ave., Stuart, Fla. for a few weeks visit md. two children of Deerfleld served. The next meeting will There additional la no appropriation new taxation specified nor JOHN N. qU, Manager

I ''I 1 .. Beach were the week end guest be held at the same place July In the bill.
Slightly UsedWESTINGH6US' Mrs, Marie McCullough: &N, of Mrs Juetlce's brother and 23 I
f' night nurse at Martin County wife Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kllng Mrs. C. tf Munch left Monday "
I LECTRIC RANGEr Hospital, who has been, 09 annual Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wrightleft night for Waycross, Oa, to visit. '
'r leave, returned last week last week for Michigan I her listers .X\
STANDS from Tallahassee\ where she attended where they: wilt visit for the Mr. and Mrs Merle Kecley of : ; .
RINSE TUBS ONWOLLING the P-TA Summer IflsU- summer Philadelphia wen week end 4
tute, She took a plane) trip to William t. Martin, has returned guests o! Mr and. Mrs. Morris ,,, "
ROASTER Cuba before returning to dutyat from a visit with friends In Kentucky Tilton .. { I
the hospital. and his son, William Mar. i Mr and Mrs. B. D. Rawlins of
j .;,; ELECTRIC WAT HEATER ((15-gal.) tin. Jr., In Fort Meade, Md. St. Augustine called, on their
Mr. and Mrs O. B. TIlton and Mrs. Betty Alderman was hostel nephew and niece, Mr and Mr
;; BABY GRAND PIANO. Mrs. O. Cook of Hobe Sound and! sto the Week End Club at I Norm TIlton, Sunday.:
Mrs Tllton nle; <*. Marx Lou

: It STURDY CARDBOARD CLOSET Garner of BuarJ; left by car IIIUIIJIIIIIIUIIIIIIIJlIllIlfII"HIIIIIIIIIIISALERNO/)I I I I i "/ l l I O. H. Johnson and family: w !
I Saturday tot Allentown, K, }.. fora Margaret Blanton of Tall ha-
= MACY SEWING MACHINE three-week tacatlpn: wltb, relatives NEWS see spent last week ''end here
and friends.
.' ,., .... By: MRS. O. D. QCIGLEX visiting Mrs. W. her D. Blanton parent, Mr. and

l r e BY Mrs. Jeanne Carter,. whq; hap IIIIUlII.l llIII1I l I l l III I 1111I1111I'l l I I I I l i i I 11I11I111111I1111 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I A.. L. Brown and son, Sebron" ,
served as librarian during: \the
!I : 1 absence of Mrs Blanche Slocum\ Miss Lena Mae Walker of Winter of Pompano spent Sunday her.
Is few Beach the Katherine Sco.ten, who Is In
Bobby Barker spending a day t thja weekIn was guest of Miss \
1 West Palm Beach visiting\ her Mary Lou White this past week. nurses training In Atlanta, returned
son, Ford. A party was given in her honor Sunday: after two weeks
t, i at the home of Mary: Lou White hen visiting her parent, Mr.
t and Mr P, J. Scotten
\y ; HospitalLongAtoatted QL Quest George'and were Leslie Tommy McGee, Gene Manuel CRANK STANCES -

I ? j, Majwell\ Bob Harriet.! Marline Mist Marie Crane and WilliamStanger ,
were married Saturday:
I Cauthom and William Taylor
I "f of Stuart\ Joe Brown Chink afternoon\ Stuart Mary: Red THE COMPLETELY U OMATIC HOME LAUNDRY
t.. ;. J Stiller, Jesse Quigley Joan Scot. Silt and'John Brickson attended

I \' { _ New IncubatorThe ten McPherson, Toley EnglebreUen Alfred Pedersen, MarcIa them Baptist, 'The pastor Rev of, Phil Stuart Maxwell, performed -, THAT'S BETTER BU T TO DO A BETTER, JOB

\ Katherine Scotten, Mildred and the ceremony at his .wtlkRI.VHtSOKOI.
home. Marl. 1 II. the daughter of I
Keith Helen
Allman and Kitty: I
long-awaited) Incubato); Barbas: Jimmy: Thompson Jimmy Mrs. Casey Andrews. William Is .
4t eHere's purchased foe Martin: )/ Ppunty 1 Homan, Donald Evelyn and the, son of, Mrs. Elsie stanget, -- More f Aerouyh wishing
1 Hospital several mop lJIs ago. by: Gordon Terry, Jane Baldwin, both of Salerno. They both were t one .
::1 Another : Mrs. William a Barstow arrived' Jeanette and Jackie Thompson graduated from Martin County: I ,, e?* rinsing.I .
Monday, it was High School; Marine in 1 M and r -DRIER '
announced/ :yes I Clara Jean McCulley, Mae Smith, RO'F ,
: I : Reason for ., terday by Miss Bergllot Nielsen" Henry: Crane, Walter Pedersen William la 1M7 William spent / n1
;; head nurse. Miss Nielsen said I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Anderson and three years In the'Navy: most of q4M a Damp; :,::, oVI0r '
t :11 there was no Immediate use for Mrs. Rena White, it, overseas for, th
usingTUXEDO It, but that it now I to .availableto I Jay: Quigley of St. Augustine The many: friends of Raymond '* toII-FIL"DOR/
Thompson be s
will to
15 anyone in need. sorry !
spent Monday here with relatives of his accident In which his b.nC! "loopier'
FEEDS This Incubator Is a Castle and friends, arm ;
; Humldlcrlb purchased throughan i I was broken Monday Wa wofsp 111,11.
y. Those who enjoyed a picnic; Mr, and Mrs., Adolph! DsLoach
Atlanta firm! It 1s universally) : i
considered "tops" t Ile this field, on Robe Sound Beach Sunday and son, Jimmy, an spending *
of hospital equipment and I 11'' were Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Simmons their vacation In Webster with ,' cani/ei/ tngtrtf'n''flS

being used In hundreds of hospitals and children, Teddie and relatives and, friend .pd, ( hoods.
i t "The Better They EM The Higher They Still"PROPERLY It I la the throughout result of the considerable country: Loplse and Mrs of St.Frank Lucle Simmons Locks, Mr.of Miami Mr. and Spent Mrs.last Louis week Peddle end here of --... ra ',* HYDRO-PEL DRIVE

research, time and energy In an Canal Point, Mr. and Mrs. Ed visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. L. i leI.IIIc.l/fyt limas, w.rff ..
fed livest lf k I. healthier, faster growing effort Johnson,Mr. and Mrs. Bob Johnson Mooney.Mr. .
livcstfM'k--weighing tfdft per pound of .feed conSt type, and to It produce ha proved a outstandp superior Richard, Jean and Ray and Mrs p. J.Scotten have i, _/ 4lIalII'/ / epc/a., / 0,

t earned., giving you a ler profit when market day Ingly beneficial in reducing \Infant 'mond Hazel and Ted Baumgard bought and are now operating I LAIbQiRi CAPACITY

t come" around. mortality and premature ner, Jr, the J. P Wllbar grocery: her. '1 a '' 10 "'" pounds dry(( well/l'/ "
i r i Stork and poultry ialei-Vi find they eave time and birth. Importance of any incubator i Charley: Hartley returned after 4 ,
work by using Tuned* FeWk. No complicated feeding It I la pointed out, U the I four week \In the North with CLAIM NECESSARY, 7t GItt&.1Tlt ECONOMY

program. In Tuxedo Feeds wur stock and poultry get maintaining of a relatively: high relative and, friend*. "Benefit payment under the ..... use d hot woIer' \
? .; the proteins, the vinmiii\he minerals, and other humidity In conjunction with Mr*. J. H. Quigley of St. Au Federal old-age and survivor ao.pa d.chlcff/ t
I'r element. they need fur best rViultii. Every ingredient absolute controlled temperature. gustlne pent three days last Insurance program, wbaUiej n.
: I I. laboratory-tented! feeder (bsted, to give you thegreatest Thus a prematMr child.' caji attain week hen TWUng Mr. and Mrs. tirement or: sunivprs' pajnumt; ,
value in : cry peratur and thus Think( of 1'1! All de I la *"'
quickly Improve made automatically A claim for yea dries year clothes 'eny freeh W' rw2
.. its chance of survival\ EconomyRoofingandSb benefit must be filed before pay 14taB> */ Pot cloths la UunderalltA line! It even e.... I"I. <\I

i Stuart F Jed Store SWIMMING CLASSES' t Metal ment'CIIJ to file be a;,mad claim,promptly U I bl Important -. add "ap,.flip a iwlUh-and'ypur washing I Ia off, Let ..- <*meatrae: U. ..
done! Lannderall else ,
{ START AT TRAILOB-S otherwl benefit) may be lost," doe everything for yea standing aafaatagea .. yes teday
Flagler Ave., 314 Crane* v., Ft. Pisec. R. C. Oehrkea, Jr, of automatically-washes, doable rinses and !plc\
,,- Phone 210 f With tt registered and 18 manager apts. never b* posted with .Iwo \
Barre pr.v.d the West Palm Beach office Dr
qualified for beginners classes, &
the Social
Security Admlnlstr\
which have been eel up l thrqe 1 0 ,RS icon, said today Vtt
TUXEDO FEEDS group, Red Grow summing I 1..-
structlon started at the 8 W.
BUILDING rinurr Martin Gi
Traylor pool Monday: ,"James A. All type jbf Built Roofing r:r On Ml SluaitH, Ink.ft.'tUilVM County Electric
u Ashes Shingle Tile, t.?N be "
AND Smith, I 1.1 \Instructor: Ao, lntar : ? ,
i, mediate group win b* formed at Rls.w. Ft? 1SZ .o, Hu.k D. SUoH mi10..t kk I
[4).*... LM U, ewr I MM) K to I* *
the nd of the bEHON !
beglnnrt class. rl., uvavs Siaee. BUILDING PHONES! ,I.w. KW-ERr
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; Illllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliill LOST & FOUNDiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiii'iiiiniiuiiiiii SOLUTION or LAST WEEK'S PUZZLE: NEW FISHING BOAT MAKES TRIAL RUN SERMON TOPIC TOLD LEttAL: ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE .. ., 1t1
ACeoaa' I. Aaaimad __-------"- t I
: / L Aanem.eta 10. ADy eats name Dr. Charles A. Carrlel will talk OF APPLICATION FOR TAX i" ,
LOST: Black silk ralneoat June', Lleht .:bet ,it. Out of data on "Not Right or Left But Rightor DEED ','
aalaZt.ii .
m 1 II11I1I1I1I1I1I1I1I1II1II1I1II1IlImlllllll 14 In area of IlJtto's Radio a kap.nt kffF E t biormar Iv 'plxryl of Wrong' at the 11am. Presbyterian HOTlt'&H'"H8.:K':." IMS blVCN. i.t : '':! ',::11
Towe to 0.,.. N a 'Alll MORGAH \WAetdMRf. ord 1'
Shop. Generous reward. Leave rIG wialablaltkSt Church service Sundayat ,..,., _tllIe... .oo fI.... .141 I ; I'
at Stuart News ffice. 1& allrd of t4sCanada' rQ I t. \.'" the Woman Club. fl..... lor a .._ dud. .. .MY.wd. .- 1 I" 'I j, : ,II

June 28, July 1 lRwiO'lltw' B E E S .M.. Mucoll.Cownrnamo proof LEGAL AOVEaTISEMCNT ,... Tko o.lye rtlflc.utaaanew daurlatloa n.......:. ..d l asCl I 1 ,' ,' 'f 1'

yt.allow I 4 an,, and tbaam.. la Io'k':1': ,, .
illlMIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlilllllMnillllllilSERVICES It )AMIta Bala Irrltataa NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLV aaavM tI arv a. foltowaCartlflcata : .
I (e PER WORD ORDIN- >,1 f R :' FalUU. FOR LETTERS PATENT No. /.. t r '
MINIMUM Ke FOR Itnjg OFFEREDiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu'iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiii .holdl.t N W1'ae J.p.nan Nwtlra ,. btrabr trim tbat lb. a.. Toa of I....... JUNK I. 1141. 1 ,1 1 .
11. 8. .. .
mawurID. nor ..... banblnanraoratlna" will' awlrto De..rOtw{ { d Pngertr, few IS, 1 ",
PER WORD CAP1- So'", JYnoHMormede' ftmln Honorabla Millard Caldw.Uovar' )! UIXIK t
S E s T "panaaffaa Him < : '
SOc FOR 11KOS. PALM CITY STORE Groceries f by 7L IIoIt.n. /n1t. nor of the Stala of 1"1." ..... at h''. offlxla AUDITION aart .! KWt>. of UK'. I ''sip's' f i :
MINIMUM : ese'Ina S the aura, tanltol/ '. In tha Oll> W Tallabaaaaa ,. t. !' .l. '. I i '+ }1
Meats, Ice Creatn, Soft Drinks, ToM \" 051.0 tit Notes. 'd the rlorlda OK sits ItO dar of Tow lale sU R5.0,15.aro, '. MaiNaa '' stIto.. :
!f. Bemwl E F dove sole A. D. im. for Laturl 1'...... ::Ip wttlrb wew.P e7ewe.eo a.e r 1 ,I..
Candies. Open evenings. tf HouId. Ii' Atrte&II 14. Inhabitant:! oil eovrrlnn Uia f<.lluwfnc Aavodataat' toIt. Wiairoparty. H......... '
N M I R "" Cbartar adolilrd br tba atocabuldi'ritba Mlne, 'In .1Ite
I : EXPERT LAWN+OWES sharp Apawaad tun' N a.'./' .t weellne iii .t..hh.'d.' .. .- 1114 Alt of of pfd MarlUnlnaa ...pnnwrtrrantr ..... I I".d.". ; I I.h
7 U N II. lildltif etaoa ,
bmnk h.ldb. offlo. |> Mid bank I.Ntu.n III .. .wUflanM.
RENT ening and repair service. Factory IT. riacaa of for provf- ... .. aurh = :; lli' ; t
ARTMENTS FOR worahlp toil Klorlda" wi Jrour'I'lhl 'h. It. alwhek 11 M t'.rl.e.ed: r 4 low 05. I
method uf ed. Old mowers tt Cuttlna wit Ions or tMplaman .,.mine .ho IlMdar of.._ II,.. dM HWd/ j la ernnfle.4 n : 'E'f I
luiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiATLANTIC / : : of all the n.1wh l..disc : will:: = ... the .he.s ; f
cut as good : when new No !ak ImUr'a'un.. (l. Havln a fat DOWN "It' Ptint.ntL Web '. 44L .I ,' trf old Baiik .o... .scum 54.1. .0' Ohs. awno5. dror .. the 1 I J I II. lilnl ,
plrk-up or elivery. J. W.' r.. aaad fheNNSn. t FrxKllka Dart blade ..'h.r ,In sera we h e' .". Old ht's.neat s... AUGUST, '1017, I :
) ., .... .... e
t a\elaFwmeanhls
n Ooddeaa o( led .n' .1 thrm4w .f AUGUST I
llqiw Numfcwr ef'down whlrh b ,
.. Holland, Pair I City. P. O. Box "" Clotba. motk S ffm.il oroooneatln., .ho nrord. .r 4n mw ".. .nd ...... : j ;-: i
,'f 538 Stuart, a July 1 *t Animal (.. Pronoun larlorarown ...... .n..'.....,' eA ....Ad .h...... urd "riaUdhl.\; Third da> jot July HIT f: : II l
+ AtlrTc'r"' I'amYra balm. to rmlitlea 4L Mlntita partlch ... bonk 1......,.. ..... molts, .Luck. Circuit t O ort Saall I ,.,
IL I. jdantlro.1 < Cblaf/ cotes from "','0' o. so 505,0 ... J. Mil Jr.ROY. ." \Y 1' I
( 1 'H!! p mat \ 1'4-TON TRUCK' for hire, with 45 Q,, Wild. platq" M. 011-:1 peUb: ... 0.T. Indian I La usable of i Terms it Ouldo note: buhart. holder.Th. 1IMo1.'I.0,4,0, at/ lhllww..d...... hr .h. a.ek' Clerk. of Circuit t Court; uF 11....,. Cam..,. ip ,4; 'I
driver without. mareof Fiona"
See E. M.
or SI.caatropod Dutch oil, des [0. I The Deep Sea, General Motors powered| fishing trawler .tokhown I
PIMM Con/ume Jill IT 1110.110".1 tho Artkte III tXHOTlY PlfRCI" DO. 111 ,: '
r I ''P .. ,u n tri Sellers at Stuart Auto Camp M.,Point at auk* *U.;, Grown H.po sa bo, I. aratmtlaa for I mew e1.sw lc.! IL I., Aeuuw.f tric lane. pn.her trial run off, Seattle. This I* the tint American of bee'he, .n,...... eh.......' of Kvf thlu' Harsh Itt. Pub Julr' By I,\*.It. II dfM., 1It 7. _. : I 1.

r [ Write Bun 104o. If.R tithing! ship to carry a complete prooening and packing planton ... .'id'r' \ letkl..5.11wed LEGAL ADVE ISEMENT ''t t""

__ ASSIERE. Girdles, Health x 3 s 6 7 9 9 10. ff board and the tint to have a Loran unit for safety and for u ARTICUt III OF ippLirkTioN FOR tAX([ I I! I 1NOTICE $
'' 'TM ...t at the Cat..Ital fttwlckiiviiralloa DE ." (, I
Uarmrnts, Individually de. Increasing efficiency In staying In best productive fishing spots. t'
of rid' "" .11 b> fltlrUollara H.. Bill/ No. .
UttbbETAPARTMENTS igned by Kplrella.. tree diagViw. 42 tJ /4 I Thoulw "'ata9,06..C<.ll,. 1 tlOTIfH> IHlHrKillY Isef'Z:( ,ff ? ,I : I
"CO .ifrtaifd It .... in ........... do.to. F. H. AKHIMMIT aid '
Mr T.
n *; C. Knowles.. effort, and later ,"approved for frordlnr .. time ui I Hmuhlrb .. Or' GANT.: Ilia wlfti. Uirfaoldvra' wf tha f..U '

STUART, FLORIDA P one> SlUart 1-W. If Bon ALLOT; I I completion: : sometime in the rive" Hunamd W la...h.M _lie dliAC oh' .ho 5 Into ear b wS' U,;:0 ::: 1 J old b. 4.ud sad r: I: i I II
LETT'S lvi 1950s,* carries. with It a maintenance f rtl lt1'd.. .,.11..,. : .nA : f "
-I I ly Decocted\ Fully: EquipprdIl.uekerping you a free demonstration .itlooao;\:: ..::,: .f so .......... flu e. .1..1.. 01 rite e. !; !
| Apartmenta qf the new RuimeyElemrlo (Continued/ From faff One) provision CI1'IZ"'N"' $ PANE OF STUART chic. antM n n s 10 orioH' /It s I

TOW SUMMER RATES Mbwer. Cuts high grass '- Martin County Commission'has al urn. /flondolYyt .>. HJUKAHIXIN! a..y.rd.wafo of, j.. ''9 9CMfkatr I

W. T, PADGET Mir. and toug weeds. Bens IlardCo. 21 3J 2J 242T consists of removing therock assumed responsibility for \' FreMailAtw N Is Is...' J.... I. i5 ,1'I.'j' 1

Telephone 9153l war [ Phone 3$. tf / reef In a channel 200-feet. wide furnishing a spoil area for the I\. I'..li sTEVENSON IC j .f less.NKM.w.orlnr s1 eo t N..h f 11.1'' 1N41' ,"t"Ili"" I pr 'i I
and 10 feet deep with 1-foot dumping of rock from the a.bi r I II. T.wtuhip South, \\i.1: ) :N# "/

1111I11I"1111"111111I1111111111111FOR.l / ,REGISTER thro eh Services employment:at our : : uj over-draught) which will ',live dredging effort, pair Jan. I'. !lest''\ 'I.II.bo..... FI..,.. .koal....,.aumpel4,n tho I? : ;-.Atfu.1:: ;.::' ," r' I i,
Swart\ the Important opening Into the All made in connection : TM. "....olnit Hmirndni.Mt U #errbyapprovd !
SALEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'IURl1111IIIIIIII lOrnI'*. | Krueger Bldg. 3o 31 surveys th"" Itlk' il.r of Ju.. A 'Wtoil. Grti.rutl/ ,>
10-foot channeL The : i ,
sea a deep with estimates for a deeper f .lS16. .sonar h"I I TdC.ov.rnmeal
Phon 41-W
/ for Snappy Servo present channel is extremely channel Indicate that the Improvement C. M. GAY.C ; I. 1 ISM 111. earth .: ;' }iJ!
ices at tf .o'atr r, ulna d Ybdu. yb, Twe1511 flout": .Wnm, 1}- ( \ i
aujklndg. 3t. 3
R SALE: FTVB ADJOINING ._ __ hazardous, having but from 3 should return In excess rubll.h isle s. I s.ul, and ..' : / :le tAe .some o t.: i'I J : 1'1 II ,'
II01CE: tOTS IN BESSEY :rrT L BOOK-National VysPAYROt : to t feet at minimum low water of $500,000 annually to Mar- -LEGAL-AD- ERTISEMENTTO J.... 1'. 11.111 .. ; '\ '
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U"'TlON." STREET HAS tem, f r keeping wage and 3$ 31 jia and being subject to a dangerous tin County In Increased fisheries \ '- Ceninrae .. Lwed JuM 1"' '
IPARIAN RICH* TO RIVER I hour, thholding tax and ..oet / "break" In rough and moderately I production sport fishing and GJI .Io.'rIN.1II iiMJ': MAY C/ltit KKN. 1116. ,KlnItK'rovrin: K Lo ANK: and"It"IY't/, Nlork': ',-:: y : lINIUN jl 1 11M1. I

VLT I20M,M. VKICED FOR t Ul' sec rilJ reports, when you 43 rough weather resort Increases and growth of i ?he ..do "'Oto tII...... .r the Citea. ,d art r G. .Lot b, I i
I1CK SALE. IURRIS LOW. ..havebe or more) employees: Local authorities are Immediately \ : the shark Industry at Salerno. ho..h. ,U.n.....II'.1 H'.h.., {.H..I I.. .l sale" ...Id.day, d...fJuea sf, To.n.A.D; end stE.1 .ad ;: 15. :::Il tF"i t i ; :

III, JR. BOX />54. OR CALL See 8M oday. Ask for these. at 01 08 S 6r contacting the United It will mean eventually that, ales'u A.' .0. 1911.! .....manieR.h h.ld .of ''II slat .11.0;:..... :: .1''( ,' i iC.rtlinn 'II :
41. tf _* Stu >rJ) News office. tI jIfA States Engineer office at Jacksonville any craft able to negotiate the / l lb .. Jnuo 1'w! 1If' '
to "follow, through" on Intracoastal Waterway or the pbrid..1n loss. u..rl. o.r Lol : : o"no.P'w "

R SALE!! Fast t t h. p. Oat 00' bent YOU ave trouble Then with your J 54I the project and a primary ob. Stuart-Fort Myers Cross-State ..... R..k wen V .. ,t "titer Is ymwo :$Il a N NI a' peel IT. .011'01 Gov. I IM RI N= t-, i\.t'.t'mV +
surd Motor at River Condi. t; laying: use Jectlve Is that the work shall Canal will be able to enter the or by .roar ..d .be .e ....."', aRMda eeetbn so r ...., o 11 .Roulhe i'i'Yonne /t I
Jlt'U P n-.-min. Stuart Feed wrlltrn ....... Ih 1. M the A.ardof ,. Ij ond.d. M tIt_ I"
mi Guaranteed. IMOfl for Store tfTRUSSE4 SJ Jl4 come from the outside In rather Atlantic through St. Lucie Inlet LM mantree 1 f bwlaR, Kwolut bnw. rumO of A., II, N. .... l I t: : '
.. .,...... ... = iC.rtifin4 t
the .n. d by .14 sack'holder.
t'hritoplier Electric than repeat error .of 1925 '
rk nle. It also may well be the forerunner
.mead4 .h eA.r4r end SnarealnR ta. 1 ,lud Ju'u.l, I I IUO
0. ,
hop, Phone Il7. ttIt elastic stockings, when an attempt was made to of continued efforts to tho wpit .... from ...,...,.. 01'ror', I. I to ,Id in.whNM '" "
M dig a channel from the Inner I. .,.." 0'OK a I.. woe's I. 'IKtIVIN1Uf3' : ,
knee p 41r4; anklets, etc, Stu.rtDrur secure a harbor large enough for
IT ItKKUI :D .t A..Ir... 11t' / f .d 1 50 N.wt.e.. 'I'
SALE: Young: Garnsey Bull C tf PHONE FIRM BIDS I whore and about 100 ft. from the waters toward the sea. On this coastwise shipping or '" era.t. hartw! Ihl. "'.h a. tart T..wn.hl: ..Lu.Soul :: 1"! f' I
C al., old Garni Hock. J. W. FOR CABLE LAYING shore would be burled occasion When the community .. ._.d.. ... r thlt I. ,1Nrf, .0 Its ...l .nd ....... N r p./'tf 'eb 1
A limiting factor at presentwill er..ent 5,011 r .1 Artlela .hall R..n4n MI.tI I I
eland, Palm |CHy. P. O Box SPENCER SUPPORTS for wo- In a trench at a maximum depthof expended some $1,250000 funds sod H folio .+ J Jt'ortlflolt' fI
4 Stuart, Fla July t men. III 4t'. belts. Luella Downey about 4 ft. below the natural ran out before the rock reef was be the strip of water between' ARTI", E: 111 Ho, 11. I.. M J.,,;;'. ,:: I j '
I10| (Orange Ave. Fort Application has been made to the Improvement and the Intra "Th. an,. 01 the ....I..' ftlorhhI loss, to Ire Norta Mat of I f I '
the I bottom of the waterway removed The North Jetty: where several shoal Mid /her .r.U.. .11'1 '5. 1',1t, O'.n Lot 0.. War the coastal
SALE: Itali n aecordian In Pierce Rhone 191-M for appointment ; Department; by The plans for this work established out The..d >0110.... $55,010,501,. n. Tower y II IIoo.h, K.nes Ia lilt I I'l
were ever was
hoW.j exist but the .. .. ..... ., ..
tf American Telephone and Telegraph spots deep open- .hl.h. 5. 4e ood or "' Ears. iris. I sear and ,: I
pit class con< itlon, very rea- I submitted to the City Commission original effort. ........ r, time ... ... .d \in h. ..... of Jo o 1'. Yaas. -
It Is will aid In
Company for a permit to Ing expected .....,. .. tkt. I '
(..Anne, phone I4-J or writeR i : at Its June 25 and .. to M 5 151. .., f ,
M U R P If : "DONALDSON;) Install a submarine I cable In and I meeting Local boating, fishing\ and resort creating Interior channels by Its rive H.n ... .h.r.. be th. ear ''.' ,'i I
I 121.K FLOOR SENDING AND FIN I given tentative approval. Interests were Jubilant .h.. of 'no Hued. 4 trollanen All .f .MI5 eMoete be .e I. 05.1. '
St Lucie River ab Stuart.The scouring .
across new
., I
e July I Jit. I "' ',0.' h\ County .e MARTIN N44 o RI..eda. Ii '
ISHING. PHONE, 32-R, P. O. : proposed cable would be The action will remove' a ; IT PUN IIMt RENO( 10:11.: t\a Unkn, .oh wrtitln4 w IOnl 4 '
R ALE: Porfcble Underwood BOX 604M tf.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiminiiiiiii.I placed about 158 to 200 tt. north. NEW. CENTER TO OPEN strong threat that the Inlet may DREDGING PLANNED .the..h.ufnc.n hn.w .f lhp.hle.K.nk...v. ,ro,'h."h....... I.h.....M.. wd..mad dnnrfhd In ae.rdboo such: .. .IfIrntc.he.: ,:ry, I' U1';1., ,!
easterly from the center line of The Florida State Board of close up since the creation of A.neo ta. the. ......, 0410. 01.fl.101o ..III..... .11I 5. .MA to t n I\.ho"' ei i If
1 \writer. Good condition. I:. Maintenance. dredging In the .rnt4k.. ...'h ...q.e ..d do I .'' a eh. 5.O' au..n L MIlra \ : ,
ri : Box 78% Stuart, Fla.R .. the Florida East Coast Railway Health's new rapid treatment a 10-foot sluice through the ...10 'hl.I .. .. might he _I... bela Mond.r. ol'i: worth n1 I1(..UHT. ,11'1'
r 1, FOR RENT bridge over the said waterway,' center, located at the Melbourne solid rock It Is believed, will Intracoastal Waterway and revetment w /s .hh.....JAS.. "''d H. eaua.kANININ.t",," I l'J .T w5kt5., 191/T.ead "OVItT ,.h" of/ "r

11I11111I1111I111111 1111111111I111I11111111I11 and laid loosely on the bottom Naval Air Station will open have a scouring effect on shoalswhich work along a section ol .Pr..la.. ... N Ihla" der d iv14'1\ I 'I! I' I
S LE. Inter-eommnnieao IOK RENT: New .voltage, all across' the navigation channel Monday to receive Its frlst patients are building up Inside I the Lake Okeechobee levee will ........... Florida (CuesIs JH ? e I
AI. J. R. 1'011 ROI' r
an t (two pieces) new, electric, Decking Privileges. the waterway The landward endsof Dr. R. F. Sondag director.Burt.u The project. recommended In begin the latter part of July It U. 8TIoVKN: tJN. I CIr b of Cl..lt Court 01 MSnin' ountr. 1 1.
Iwipl Also )upright Piano. Weekly, {Monthly or by the the'' cable, for a distance of' of Preventable Diseases, 1941 after an exhaustive aeries. I according to Col. Willis B. Teale C..h lor, rlurlJa." I l''h
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Data Jun > un Br.I>OROTRYPlJr.1I ,'II.C. j
I'rile 3ox Sit July season. Mm a W. Ward, Rio about 300 ft from the northerly announced today. of hearings, stalled by the war Jacksonville district engineer (ybUmb. July' a. Pubs JULY I. so n ass. sea (f
Vista In i KJo, P. O. Box 386 z it' ,. .

R SA1 I 111! and 4 h,p..Lauoa StJune art, FUt. '
air-cooled engines. Also 26, Jub 3.
rngah n pumps. Ulmer Molt \

or Ca tf FOR Ground RENTlfeokeU. niitr,rooms private furnished Win and :

SALE: On locks' Road, 10 private entrance. Cedar lined I J/JJ If1! f

ores choice! farm )land, house CI to Business district -
1 x fe nearly completed. 310 "t 4th t.. Tel .

laden* price, easy terms.Write 107XJ.June r

BO 1601 Stuart, or phone 26, Jul 3. '- Jd

127.:; e FOR RENT Room and board PANCE ,
I IJJtl July .
JL'R 71mw /
,: for {two gektlemea or youngbusiness
SALE Tig I foot boat. New ceuVle. 7464! East 5th f

''IfP Stratton motor. IN Scree. : P, Rex Z04. if 0

rat of ripe. Large anchor, Zn. FOR RENT: j'furnished rooms. '
> priced
right for quick
Hot wale (All conveniences. '?
ale! A. R.
McConnell Ocean "
Close In. I location. Phone "'
roes PJrk, Jensen Beach. 5.-W., tf j"'J7I '

5,13.21 July .. E ( l II.
FOR RENT; oor sanding maledger. tIPI
R SALE; lan's English I Il1
Blcy- chine all Refinish I
ie. Chtap In excellent con- your !noon'' I reasonable rates..

Rlian, Fi Box VXl Stuart. Phone 108 Stuart Hardware g tu
his /
Ca tt I ,

R 8ALE1 State Certified uoBlnnuulul I itiiniiiimilililillllll I /

'rtole East r Lily bulb plant- WA TED "
of ala'k, !have to tour Inch "TAYCEESr
hubs, l On fiur to five Inch, 1111111111111111111 III IIIIl11111111111111111DEMONSTR / THE

5 rental( ) fite or six Inch, g / wanted for I }

'rein, Qua tity orders, five local terN ry Earn ISO or J ,
"ashen or nkre, forty dollars better per lie 4 Write W. C. ;

Per .Ahek: id G. Bupfel. P, 0 Durbln U] uuthern Blvd r /r
Rao i "M, St art. norida. West Palm h, :

h 3.10.IR July a. 10, IT I '
bfART I :
SALE: LauVidryette Wash WANTED TO U Clay flowerpots ;

'"I M(>ohlne. (Cabinet Radio 3 4 0 |0 i Irih, In 100 or / : _
noBotraph 4 Combination 1000 rots'ud oAnew. Ernest

Pletahlo Paint Spraying ouV, Lyons, Stna Nels, or f. 0 : '

it Veuum cleaner and atlaehmtnts. Box 41!. SMIITHX I

Boa 10' x V In- June tt, July 10.
h.drd ylir mole .
310miiiu t
P aat 4 h St. Tel 107.X4 WANTED: Man! or wolnan, prepentable : }
"s app< ranee,\for door 'fr: 4
sly 2, >1Lf;
i* door work! In co unction / ;
ppaa ,
D ;II i' r 1
SPAPERS le a pound with National Ulome iVprove- !
t Stu4 News, If ment Service. Salary aiV Commission ? 't2a< F" '
Spies Id Oppo unity. ." V l a : ,,'

1111111111 lfu1Uilll/u/ llhlltlllllllll Call t49 Verol Beach* write / ''

NOTI Box ;T7. I \ tf

TROD Hiuiiiiiiiiiiii\miiiiiiiiini\ WANTED: Golf gatpmen and STUARTFRIDAY OG CA Irt 9(
M. Lewis furniture for cfib homae. Contact :
thi _
read0c local Stanlry Borne Martin C unty Golf d ,1> ,'
dealer. BoM a Stanin Country Club I 1 tt
y your ,tome and
'he beautiful Iremlums WANTED! Byp4otl BubjAts. JUL 4tJh-l\j: w,

rite J, M. Le is.r Fort Age IS U-M. fale .r fern 1..

Pk Tourist Cou Fort Prefer those vlho have b4Iljrpnotlied en .
1 '
It"N01'SCR bet re. Send nail :
Address ages tdBox( 114, S<| I 9 until 24dmti7d21 : :" \ :"

711* LADY, driving a 4ation 'art, Fla. J ..J1 liJ I ... f I'4"" 64 v.r ';. ...,.. .
asaa and I u $1 .A.M \ ,
f' .
.eeolrlpnl.d by f'Wlr :
assail ollwr sr who FERTILIZER CO U\III'TION.I\ | -r-- 1')1" .
.. ... .' .fir ;
Nt week wiU alit again.J" inspection t- ; .. \FIII", .. dFor.
of ..
let the Th..Bul'.U
I" whit. kitt.n, H. I :'
ISOO, Bt11t ltalldk the' State Department of, AgrH : abr fe I..t F .jrt OsceoCa;
}. culture reported this week thai Te Reservetions' 1 BM e ;

17.T tons of mixed fertilisers and -
? years Americans have U.ton of fertilizer' materials' (Re.ervaltiona will be made for'ticket. puicl asers; only) :

d hit '* Ylas' seven *rt wer consumed In Martin.County ._ ....... _
boarleek) of forest product In Mar -

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'* Three 4-H Club girl In each A plan for a unified nationalradio Week's LegalInstruments FOLLOWUP WORK

1 I qualifying county In 43 States I communications system .cross .w0wo ,m
t tc new
t ,) will receive honor medal this fro combat forest fire was approved sta.i The TB X-ray mobile unit returned

: how to use dairy products State Foresters, meeting last .
forok appetizing, healthful i week at Yosemite National Park fMa/aae WARRANTY lowup work of the mass X..." -

I 1, dlshe One of the girls will I* C H, Coulter Florida State forester To,.... t._....... W Amanda Solomon.Arther > taken lut week. Although com-
R Danielet
; U S S I Aww M .Whoa at as ta I. L
4 1 1 chosen U the beat individual I I was a member of the i a.. plete report of the 2,314 X-r.,*
demonstrator Mf9.art Milder I. HoffMM t> John L Aaaai"nirt
and the other two committee which recommendedthe been returned to Miss I Iutili
i 1".t': I a* the top ranking team by the i I radio program at the association as Caara N ta as tort. a. Mill Flora have not Mae Stanley county health

!4 r county extension agent, '* 25th annual meeting A., P. Edger, D to Mead timoot u Carl Wrf.ta.a l>'aaa. J". the stated today \that 'Of .ltHr
','i IJ __ __. f .i M. and I Donald I. ..1...., nurse, W8 8l!
'K. Talfa to
PIYnt Formal| K t..rl-. t'rawuea to r-. 11.. 1,998 which have been processed' You can't' safelyri

.I' ,'; at ... by the State Board of Health, woisuii I IulxUacxl Cautyd t, n .1:;,l
Tnxia Bnrta i 0
I lI.i.kl M, r..k 4t-H U Charles. P. 81 X-ray revealed pathological whMli. ,!dm a lint.
I Fanb. condition* of the lung which\ "..ihoran dieic hisit, ..
....... ,Jan
:aMlMl to William G.
\ ,J Pod M. H' causing blowout and A
warranted a larger picture by a 101011.1
L'" '. ; Viols I.r .Pay"; .tti rt win. M. Von Karl9v.a different type machine, why" won. IlIIceocI-loc| IDolITIUJNO
(fi W/// / Ow I U R. f Y Need.. wo.wuw1/<, ..ft. .

1 ............ .Io.W.Tl.don'D.boa.at u M Paul ,.. t.waa.rniiual The 61 people whose condition 45AS equipment MO*,

,1 .' ; JrrblJ :a-"ai: D. Barata to J. W..I0! called for a more careful check flask Toy'Kept mat,
tJI were notified Ij>y Mill Stanley to "
\ 1. o.utrog "to Peornaraa to 0_ .. WHkta report at the Martin County Hospital The
I h) ; :... "..f D'n' HaTM"
} State
I l0 RMIPole. I. Po.'" Knln.mus.. I this moraine where (
I I continued the work.A :.
1 .......... fevlnn tnt lAM Anoriattoa .
(, Electric PUN ta Lather. B. D..... at .., full analyst as to whit and mer Mo C
;: ;: General Ferene Nary (left), fallen Prime Minister *f math authorities believe may be Involved In a OtMt S. Kuwmk.. to Llllaar B l P.... colored population:! with percentages d Dixie I c\I.\ ,

Hungary uses the hood of an auto to sign his Balkan federation of states In Eastern: and South rivet Fee arral N 'Sarlnn: and lens "..' and comparison to resultsIn Phone I I

resignation at the border town of Schwaald, era Europe In the wake of the Communist coup aaalallaa to T. U MianMORTCACC other counties will be made SAFETY HEADQUAlf'l

j Switzerland, following the Russian d'etat in screened The federation .. < public a* soon as all report are
5 a 8-CUBIC FT. HOME.FREEZER"Stratoliner" coup Hungary ( ,ores) I. L Daniel l as t link Central
Life Assurance Con...,. completed by the State board.
that overthrew his Government The reelnaWGuid be regarded as a Moscow rejoinder to the I. ft. Daniel M an to Union, CraUWVlrtiala :
I I I' I' R NGE lion was. taken back into Hungary by couriers. U. S. program of aid to Greece and TurkeyIn "W. I.J..._ v.-.,_. ... -
Lisle ta >
f the map at right, the diaronally-ihaded areas (black areas). Karl H Hull W not ........ Sa.la..
f and ..... AtiaelatharfMnnmd
" Indicate Soviet-dominated countries Which dlploI -
' ... WATRR/hEATERS WsI.N, .. First haml Sxinn
: 15-Gallon
and Loss AuoctaHoaKwattk ,
JaV.h.. to First f.*. .al *aInri "
GLORIA CABRE TO HAVE MARTIN bOUNTY HOSPITALMr and taaa AnaclaUon. Celebrate the Fourth

! I Olorla Cabre, 7, daughter of and Mrs Frank Pound of EASEMENT
f v,1 Mrs will Okeechobee have announced the Body. lllllat.a to A.loanTkvb.n. '
Mr. and Henry Cabre DIRECTORYFIRST
I n third her birth Tuesday of a son, Frank ..4 To......... eo.......
: A. undergo a operation on SPECIAL WARRANTYRaoneed But Drive
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Thomas. Carefully.
.. eyes Monday at Johns Hopkins BAPTIST J. Woods at as to Lou Roth
I Hospital In Baltimore. Her 410 S. AIo... Anwu Patient Admlttfd: John C. Geld-N... ,
.. REV: PHIL ."'1 W ELL. Faster Russ Okeechobee. 'LiEN

(f Martin County Electric Co. grandmother, took her, Mrs to Baltimore Kate Leonard last- .9u.-u.. Rundnr .he.1 Admitted and Discharged: ,.. M. Rhlel.r MASTERS to C. H DEED HoN.iek.- We'll Be Open toVenre /ou In the morning and

week. 0.M., Mornie Worship. i Earl Escott, Jensen Beach: Robert N.,. roo. beef to W. P. Ru.unik.
13.0 p at Tralnlna./ Union Uit will be
p. ai. E.winaA Wanhla. Carter, Stuart and Joyce .. C.EXECUTORS. ,....
to Amrrloll
J. W. KELLER Mgr. la ---. Hkw.rt .
ST LUCIE COUNTY auraarr aulatalaad' hi .karaklaaai Crews. Palm City, ,phoneRELEASE. ... .
taa sera a< aklldra. dotty LEASEonq'
I Dehon Bid;. Phone 81 AIDS CHAMBER THERESt. i the W.d..._-1-16_ Discharged: Mrs William Mumble. Oil .,. Ref"I.0' Conpoor I. CLOSED FROIVftMOON TO 6:00: P, MON .

Lucie County Commissioners s os w M- .Id-...' payee .erIn. .. Abbott Salerno and Mrs C. F. Tw. 11.1... a......

t I Tuesday agreed to Includea THE CHURCH OP GOD DeLoach, Hobe Bound Ralph Daniel CHATTEL at ad MORTGAGE to cil/ee0/ bank of FRIDAY, JULY 4TH
$10.000 Item In the budget for Port 5-won 'fusel.
Rev. W. F. Bnm. Putor AFFIDAVIT
the 1947-48 support of Fort Caareh Celmrf, It A. M. 1'.1 M. R..h.1 to Th. PubUe.
Pierce Chamber of Commerce .....1.. Wnnhh 11 .. ., SPECIAL COMMENDATION QUITCLAIMS /r
1 1I..d. Night 1:00Friday Full N. H.r<.wU.k to C H. .....wk'
Night 'I'& i N .s.Era.M
j, Commodore William\ Mansfield 4 II.... at air a W. r ...-
MAN HAD BRICK IN HIS *T. JOVEPU CATHOLICISO of the USCO Auxiliary has Issued Mask, Ado., THE/REXWLL/ STOREj7Jinn'f

TOMACH FOR 10 YEARS i .CI..oIood GALAXY Anaua. Paster a special commendation to Flotilla and LIe Worth.. PENDENSHigbee I..5 all 10
\ AND COUNTRY CLUB ---- K..w v.wT .!; Sunday 0. 9 and 11rm".anM.r t of Martin County for the U.. T. *ok.". M ..

'' I One man recently stated that' Yo. D.,. S 0 a.and M.Fins II. 10. .. Inspection of 42 vessels of pleas. Aft... Paid", N LEASE.1. M a. R llllUB 1)1)11) ) ?
for 10 year he felt like he had rrtd.r ml seek Matk tilt .... ure-boat type in this area. The RELEASE 01' EASEMENT .
.. .. _.. ... .
Cantaailona B. ,
Saturday 4 ta t a. and ConMS7 WNkp
,,t.t a brick In his stomach. This feeling 1ra t. sate courtesy motor boat Inspection J.W.PARTIAL !
I' t .' ,' was due to the lump on undigested Maw at 1.-:.. talons. Club 'f and 1 Is a public service rendered by RELEASE 01' MORTGAGE I PHONE 11 i STUART, FU
I' a M. H.bo lieu" eo....., t. I. Wnley
t I food he alway had Inside _' the auxiliary, '
I Whether you with to play golf or sit; around and relax, of him. He was weak worn EPISCOPAL SERVICE I
( 110 Wart Talrd Strart '
out, headachy, swollen with gas St. Marya

f .this is YOUR Golf Club' come on out and enjoy and terribly constipated Recently i a".d.,REV"'R M. UN TON. M.A., Raatar .'. ,,. ,'. '''
: he started INNER-AID ........ ) I : "
taking 1.11 A M Holy c. .. ') ',1('
.. .. J
: A. H Calk W- 1.
\ P your favorite beverage and andwichu.j and says the feeling like a brickIn 1I..tot A. M, First Sunday .k> each swath ... \/ ,
his stomach disappeared the Holy CaaiaiaBiaaOthar .
\ / second day Bowels are regularnow ......,.. Morning Prararlilt .
j : .\ gas and headaches are gone p. M. Yaaairaaal.1 Maatlnf

and he feels like a new man. ALL W..SAINT...... .
J ; INNER-AID contain 12 preat Third Susd-r to such ....tL .
c OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Herbs; they cleanse bowels clear t 10. A. M. Holy 0-.1. i STATEMENT OF CONDITION

J gas from stomach act on sluggish FIRST METHODIST CHURCH

I 8 A./M.TO' 1 PI M.RAOND liver and kidneys Miserable III w. O Wnt AldtMia :
\ people soon feel different allover The Ckiina WIt the Cklam r

I ,!,I So don't go on suffering! u.40.,,41 ..a.. .M.. Sunder Public Wbir.I SekooL :; ti: CITIZENS

\ ; ( EARL) SMITH Manager. Oet drug INNER-AID stores Sold b,'Ac1v.j" all. ... 0 s.. M... p.blle young.ro..".".hl.weT00a The r.llokl.Now. BANK of f STU'ARTV '

I ,; 2 x.-ni.g N..J. Mothers an to.Hi.4 ; ; 1.- of t "
10 b. taea their abladnn .is H ; ,,; I /. 'J' >II :
.i I"d" the nunery. ..ri.. the roomier >: ;' : :', '; '\ '
: \
; I I W.d_NAim.y, 1,00 .. M. 1114-amok MoirVisitor .. ., Stuart Florida' ', ) :
;:" :'" I'
will swims a hearty waleaaw'nu I' ( "v""
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.. ;? l'B11Fy tlsltgL L.I iii 1
It. C. A. Carrie!. III '..._ '. 'fi { .' '! ;
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; Mil u at Sunday ifekool Womai o i\, '! \1; "
I' j M1 tti' n.h..... Jualor-AduK...... D parlmanlPailari ... 'i :" : ( \: : .' :'\ l *':fpAt !' : <' :
1'1 M 11..1 K. 11.0 a.ginn. : / : ; : :
1 PMm-rA, i r'is. at : ",> :::/ r : r rl: ,:: ,. \ :
TI Ch...... II... Asa.' Dolo... 'up'o : ;, ,, :. ,
I ,r' 11.0.. .Club'. .... Worship asmHnwoen0. ; ., :,' ;: /Iz' ;\% "' Close of Busineb/June/ 30,1947 ', ,', /&ff i ,,;,: ; :,' ,
''I 't'tj' t AY Ji\,\, ,''.' '', I. ii, I'" < <1M I' < '.. .
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C JENSEN BEACHCOMMUNITY ,, : '; v, ;'. ".' ,. '*,
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R... H. H. James \ : 11'' '* '
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Rundai' Bfhonl. I 41 '! '
!' ........., till a. .. a. m I, 'jl ::Ii\\ ': <,\\C' ,: '{ h ,\
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!: BIBLE UNION Pam CONGREGATIONAL City j. 1 <' .0.'kll: : : .. '
I..41 a. a>.. Sunday BefcooL : \0)' ) ;:;:
:' i w ties. Marala. Waiakla.. A SETS ) ;

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I > i'It: ''f Il II I'..e.m.M.Maralai. Sunday vanaia.CHRISTIAN ..k_. 'Cash on Hand and Due fUnited Ba ks.. .........,. $1,272,357.67, ;/,T **;:' :' \ ,J
: SCIENCE l SOCIETY OP I'0\ 4i\1\ ., ,,,

I' J I 714 vast ITUAIIT raarta Strong ', States Bonds?,..,-.. ..............,......;.., 990,682.56 .1! :, I, ',' i r",

f M'' .II..la.- _.. Charok-atrvicaCHURCHES '" \" 't t"".>tt; : .; ':. ,' ,',
1 'tI\ "-GOD I. the OP.ubjaet CHRIST..( SCIENTIST the 1Ao_. I County and Municipal Bon 1 ...,..,.... ........, M.,:' 470,438.63, ,t"'r .' .1
S.em.n wkkk will aa read In Ckurra '
af Ckrtat. Sakntlat. tkraalkaat la.. '. : > ', ," ;i, ; "" '" ,
world ,
en Julr .i .
Ta. Caliln ''..$ lai "Ta the Only wiN Other. Bonds ?..._...."......."".... .................,..........A ,',I, ,, I' .7,1'';'so.oo. .,V\r. .. !J .
God .../ .., t '
: err /oar W and aiala>tr, .,' '' ,'" ,
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mlnioa and kotk sew aad. ...." I':
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"YOU'RE ASKING ME ? HA HA HA !" the'Judo Aman L.aaaa4arwiaa 1001)Ika altallan.taa vklrk follaolnt: row ffom W' Federal Reserve.Bank SBanking k '..............._............... 'I': 3,000.00' .: $2,736,528.80, /

Ih. bible.....11 All eon nations 0 .ad wkaai wanhia thou heron kulaiuta ,: :"I : / :, ;, T. ':* ,,:,'. ',

Name then,.. O Far Lard than i art and araal akall. and...seat..", w.nary.. House ..._.. ...._... ... ...t .* ..,...............:.. <, V: : .. 5,000.00,

..... IhI...t thou. art Gad .10_ I \' .. : ';" :.' ,
wouldn't oak .' Wolf where I I will aralaa' then, O Lard mr Ood, .. j( )

15 'fIieJire you might locate tie .h with, ..11...".m fee, kaarll..."/ .and... <11'.1.1.11i'; ,hrif 00:9:,. Furniture and FixturesLoan .....,........\. .....,......:...... "'*;, .. "\ '"S; \: '* "jf/1,000.00'
) nearest fire warden. Forest fire hit He'd end in It, nl, I" ; 'I'1" \,
delight ,
are ; ,
you ............ ; ., ..
no .... all. iMludn the /' I ;'t,( ,. \ I

i the wrong direction.It fell...";... aaManiraai. .. the Ch into. and.DlScounts ._ ....,..........."' ..........1:.... ,. .4 :'; ..lf'. J.423,51G.lu::
w'lk Key"i"the .arlpluTa."tllkUrJ. (I I > I r t"H
'. ', ', .*" ", < : ; ,
Bakar EddM "Wa akall aa.r ..d aaan \ .. :, 1 rl'i'
1 ext'eUentldea before Into the woods learn In ._". .... / : :
an going to just .aa. wa .k..4 the dlrlnaaatar. ; 'I 7 j ; ;,
aad k
Him "
I. t where the fire warden i Is how him w..,.... M room a a.ar the understandingly aaraaraalilvklp '' + .. .""f"' .i- ; : "'HS6isj5-01,
nearest and
{ to get telephone hut nisi,". In the .m..... of our .. ,:t" / 'ii1f ;|
God. w. wombip ..lri'.II.. only ) j, : 1
Olten.yoo .. ., .J: .;: ., '
if awwen0
discover fire aiaUrlallr' Rplrlt. :
necessary. may a _I........_ 10 eh. _I of Ck.IoU. : .
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In early stage and yet beyond your tingle ;' .th', ." '.' Q,.. ..... ',,\>I, "

j handed control Your fire warden Is no STATION ROBBED t : LlA ILITIES" ,* .. .WFV'jS, \" ,

I Ulmer Motor CO. wa robbed '
farther than nearest of 20 carton of cigarette ) ":; :i :: ;; ; :.i;
away your telephone. :'. : !; : ;; : ;,: : ;
S about $22 In cash ock .
/:, 41 The telephone operator can pat yon in touch. Entry was gained through Sunday a night.window ,Cspitsl'St I .... ., ,tr.: ', ..e .Fs i.r-; :,....._ \,,"';:", !. "; /(!30S,000.00,, ()

Entry was made Into'' at Surplus ,:.... ..._ ...... ..;;. ; -' .. \:;
I.' Appoint yeartelf your; own guardian of the least two other Stuart business "' "" 'H, '. ..l.\. ,.. .'" '. .080f060.00Undivided

: J bas forest. establishment the tame night, Ire' '.. Y 0-'' i ", t I.\ J..i't.1.t ado.:.."'},.',i..ro. '>;... ".
t authentic
r a loss Stated although no ;,Profits-:, ,.,..._......N....................,.._ ', a,930.59
rotes figures were made publlc...,. /

. 1 hfirl BENEFITS PLANNED Reserve" '..w:-t':......:::.: ..:..._:,..:_..:ip. .-._..l i : ;; tt,20,000.00

I The first of what are expected : : M yM1. yx Jy } I

to become a regular monthly Deposits" ........ .,..,......................._......:... ,,. /f""" : 3,02?J4442;
, 1 WWI series of game parties for the .... .,
I, benefit of Stuart Moose Lodge ; : .\ ,,' / ;. 1... :: -.f.:

This Advertisement Sponsored ByE No, 1240 will be held from I to ( !"" ', .'. ':d ," ; .t.. : "T'' "$3fOO075'Ol,
U p. m. tomorrow at the Wom. a- ,. r
an'* Club. Net r. .
proceeds will go < ,
toward the lodge fund to *c* ,'.
STUART NEWS'TAI quire a headquarters or land .. \

upon which headquarter could

be placed. Lodge officIals ,will

r be In charges

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Visitors HEALTH BOARD '; a four-year lease oh the hand! the Orlando Senator, Inestimable value to Florida.oJ"l' ,I f..!'

Park TOP MARKET WARNS FLORIDIANS some residence on North Adams Yes the 1947) session was an and to the voters and taxpayersof {' ,

,, j tbwb toTHLETE'SFOOT raw Too LaIe.CLASSIFYj. to ABOUT BARE FEETJacksonville40' fit, Tallahassee, con)monly average one; many of Its acts of the State if every citizen t': 4 4

Seen known as the Governors' man-: commission were creditable, its would make it his business to ( "Iii
] Spending FACTORS CITED )) The State sion.While omissions were largely those of visit Tallahassee and observe the I"";1 3

Board of Health warned today he Is the first candi- taxes, economy measures and Legislature !In action. In the l'' .

rtNEURABAlMlEKIMfMTITHB $36 OOO 000 that going barefoot In summer'shot date, he will not be a lonely candidates! words of an old-time popular f ,
By KAY Jacksonville, July >S! Quality weather may be pleasant fora traveler on the road that leadsto Many believe it would be of ,song. "You'd be surprised I ,:' ,'
and quantity are both Im- lot of youngsters and oldesters, North Adams St. Fuller Warren -
boo Visitors to th'i'erglade. National portant factors In the development too, but It can lead to serious who narrowly missed the I" '

,. w'Not"'is'- sead INS s..wMre ON fiver park will add more than "Wonder of wonders," com! of a successful produce troubles second primary: In 1940, is considered 'Kr rf !
h-0 wwd..eery e AAlne'eae $34,000000 a year to Florida ments editor Allen Andrews of market, and' the availability of A skin disease called "creep- a candidate, Many be- om where I sit ... Gy Joe Marsh

ai seer... 3-4g.W-M *0 1640,em Economy. the American Eagle, E tero. "Arecent I. tuch a market U vital to the Ing eruption" or "larva mlgrana" lieve that, had he been the only ,) J
has : !
,-.beets. w ONE Aed.N's' P..r This estimate is baaed on the news report states that Individual grower who Is very; prevalent In Florida, Dr. Duval entrant In 1940 he would 1 ,
,.w .r 4-IN ooN. bed. fact that, all national parks and the national spelling l championship I vegetables t& sell, said State Edwin Riley, epidemiologist, explained now be "former Governor War iliF i'' .'
-.eked, ar .sr ..leisI" Markets officials here last week The Picnic Was !
rev took monuments last year drew 22- has Just been won by a girl) especially In hot weather ren.. t t ,: ;
end In discussing the spring season ;
000,000 visitors The Evergladeswill from a backwoods country; one- when folks are Inclined to Its no secret that the State If
a h w er.aA'e Ini. attract at least and earlier operations dur- shed their shoes and, 'when "Hug" Success sl! r. '
i. Chet k S per cent room, one-teacher Georgia; ing the 1946-47 fiscal year Administration looks with favor j I ri
AJ/.11 PivE .t of that cats and dogs are allowed more I .
r .M a o.bl number, or more than 1- school. upon Dan McCarty, former
.,... lead .r.n TMw.,why drawing to a close. An outstanding freedom to roam. Ii !
s p..a ..d wnutt.. 000,000. "How she could have become feature of the accord- House Speaker,as possible successor i
fib'a so I If these 1,000,000 persons spend so proficient In such a year Cats and dogs enter the pic- to Governor Caldwell. Our !local Wild Life I n.-V '
d. m. ad .8 pp Ing to O B Hogan, assistant dl- ture, Dr. alley said because of : went rid* folks are it l mp..ritt And l.
runts in only six days each Is Florida at environment seems rector of State Markets, the McCarty, who several years ago one picnic Saturday, and fvrrnt w fl behivml. I .... .
..,I.rc ar.dr. wa.l.IrArf was 'a hookworm they have which our ( ,Ihst tb "
we. $8 a day, they will spend 36-, believable, as the prlmlt.lve.. record made at Fort Pierce where expressed his Intention of try- *tons la Cover It for,(he rii! >ntlondiy fold afford tq lot ak.th.whole Ihin. ,I j
Cn passes Its Into the feces of J
000,000 for food\! and lodging seems to be that a eggs Ing for the post of Commlsalun- folks 1\\
a sales for the fall and kept slopping( e, fu a
irons )loke.
a awed eNd 1194 dl.. alone. cation can only be the animals. These eggs, when er of Agriculture, If and when and goUon'of .I! ,J
exceeded the miti "Hunt have
t.. curb with NwNt..Yds i To reach the park they must an up-to-date million dollar spring combined seasons totals for the five preceding they develop on the ground and Nathan Mayo retired. Is a close hind>, that picnic! u From where I elf mil a news. -11' i 1'1 h;
make a round trip Inside Flor- school come In contact, with human friend of Dick Simpson Of Mon- editor's entitled ::1' ;
building, staffed by many both In volume piper to a few :
i h 4tht% r unit. it Wk ida of almost 800 miles by the teachers, supervisors and prin-I and dollars years In connection with skin'can cause an !irritatingskin ticello. Simpson.is a successful u'onaenae, t bays, "It a mistaken And sine I reported : "\ l'' ', ,'
rdrar.d. h
? dn. .. en., shortest distance, or 1,600 miles and athletic condition. nurseryman and would be a mighty pleasant and con ni I that ;. I
..e..d+r. .a sell. tM kln cipals Instructors the growth of this market there they served a moderate ..." ,!I, <
vby the longest When'the worm enters the "natural" for the agricultural Just beer and Hot dflira, cliIT t? a I '
"Yet this 1.
way Georgia girl I'm
ud M how quell k brlM = Is a demand on the part of some skin, the feetor ." wage inn nobody .1 j i
usually through And then til 7
Z;nkoiM nlitf J dlnafau S 1' ... i ii who won the spelling chamPion-I Interested operators for facilities post. Look for both to be candidates < they iji/ me\' thinks the picnic was the least bit I,: I

SJtaJ*.mhuMt 7M, tad Inform.II.a>Date.. i forest fires have burned over ship over all city to concentrate products Ing hands and, ,within It causes a period Intense of days Itch., other ;for one for Governor ,the of headline FiC.YiC.HUC rwidlintivn Stf E83.40 D V IFl wild, or anything but a huge sod. I j '
*"ar rr4 awns Sl NHS,. HiW,Mm an area 10 times the size of the was sadly lacking In such cultural available In adjacent territory; a little curved elevation can be cesi-and I mean tufttCoprnttt l'' : :
? kliM ll* | It* I State of Massachusetts In .a aids as auditoriums, lunch I the assistant director Indicated Agriculture, Of CHUNK ft WM (Timer, my typesetter r
single rooms, gymnasiums, basketball seen Indicating the course the Its also 'regarded'.u a guile' ,whohadmadethesdsprlnta7! t' 'J'' ,,1.1' $ \
year. Market Manager M. E. Williams -
I .
I worm takes as It wanders ,
EURA'BALM courts, stadiums or swimming In his summary; of operations under the skin. arqund thing*.. as sure as anything In But b ny fact fed! It's only I*. 81/( ''J, I ,t
pools and probably had to walkto 1 at Fort Pierce, noted ship- politics that Senator Walter ;

w"""Do loll commonsimtevg.$ and from school.\ Neither was ments totaling 412,792 bushelsof Rose of Orlando will announcefor ''t-. j
seer suns on Colors- 666 H Lse" she a member of a school band produce during the current the Governorship, Both Senator / ,ntf,Uiitt lmrmMll
not had she been trained In fiscal year. Gross cash revenue I Floridal..erris Rose and ReP. Simpson'! t

high strutting and twirling a totaled $2,059,973.85 While tomatoes have outstanding records, Roseas I
Ill miles of new telephone line for M.lelet : .FEYER drum major's baton, without constituted the bulk of past President and memberof

If constructed by the rarest] ..w clue.1 Tee 0' N N ere-.r, which gymnastics no high class these shipments, a considerable WheelBy the Senate for eight terms, OCEAN FRONT ; ',
c..q.e.e.n '
rict during W5-1848. M : 411 w..wM school band Is considered com I variety of other products passed Simpson as Speaker of the House Enjoy an Vacation itl\i\ I'
and member for five, terms.

plete.When through the market., IIORTENSE K. WELLSIn 1 .
will we learn that lux- I Both are able, conscientious

Jones Well Drilling and PlumbingQuick ment urious does and expensive not automatically environ- number of young men and women Its acts:reviewing of commission the I : 1047 and session omission -,I i statesmen The location advantage will favor ofgeographical I at near-by [ "h; :

In my office I have found it looms more and more (
turn out correct spellers and -- -- -- ------- ;.!, I'd
Service. We to please from experience that the aver clearly as just an average meet. : j ,' ,
try you grammarians and those who are I ,; : ,
of grade and of minds with the :1
Ing '
age graduate our ayerage '
In mathematics?
at proficient:
high schools Is Ill equipped for average reaction to public opinion WANTEDYARD I 1) 1< '. .
149 W./6th/ St.STONEY ."Thorough educational training '
work In a business office Mostof I i ; /
can only be Imparted by
JONES them can't spell, have no Everyone wanted an Improved I
skilled teachers who able to WORK
are Why Ira..UarYI to visit o happy
1048 I 292 Florida ability to compose and the task school system, so the Legisla- :i i
P.0. Box IOtyE Stuart arouse Interest of the pupil In LANDSCAPINGGENERAL f fas
of training them Is heartbreak ture voted for It. No one want- summer vocal; n land? Why spend I" '.j
the subject at hand. Whether it REPAIRS f
be in a, one-room or a million Ing. ed additional taxes, and so no WINDOW WASHING- much pr 'lour time reaching a* ': : .
Some of them and I
can sing revenue was provided 'I"
dollar school building Is of minor t. '
deltinalia do after
dance and twirl batons, but they There are several items on the BUSINESS & RESIDENCE I you i relaxing :

Bath Room Maud l Asphalt Tile 1 Importance."Skilled Instructors may be can't take dictation, punctuateor credit side of the ledger, not CAR WASHING AND you got ere? make every hour of I 'I',} I
I have two that ably the clarification of t
spell girls guber. '
I time ..be off with "
I had, but only on the paymentof POLLS ING your re i count, ; .
Also Supply of BeJ) a \Tile in various colors came to me from rural schools natorial succession, creation of
14 end 3116 Comm ci.l that a paid wage the commensurate bricklayer or with carpenter They far surpass In commonsense the Everglades National Park, TREE RE OVA /AND the I mily' on a fun filled holiday at 11'' '! j

INSTALLAriONSVancI/ ALES What Is urgently need- and ability most of those defeat of the white primary bill PLANT1MIMEOCRlPHNG C aeby Vero Beach on the. cool i l !
from city schools. We need more and the Constitutional amend- WORK
Tile Bath D/ainboaMs .,Porches of ed In Florida Is more stress on ,. !antic, where Iam every vacation '
old fashioned Readln', RUIn'and ment which will permit the rewriting
Tile. / capable, well trained teachersand
Quarry 'Rlthmetlc and less hooey, article by article, of the acti.ityll provided Enjoy| a variety I!r": I r '
less DOCK
FORT PIERCE Tl A CONSTRUCTION CO. expenditure on expensive -
red tape and politics State Constitution I port fishing and ocean bathing I
luxurious schools and a PROPERTYlHAN/ ACE. I '!
Teachers themselves realize there was one omission which r lilt
E. IOWLE1i variety of non-essential but clean land beachti Coif en I
thltuatlon but are powerlessto has so far passed unnoticed. MENT Ii
costly claptrap"I do anything about It How Previous sessions have produceda e iplendid 18 hole count Decide 11;, '
P. 0. Box 11s1 rho a i 7ST US N. llll St, Fort PierceVENETIAN' can appreciate and share What havcAou to sell. List
ever, a of Rillsborough of Statewide candidates
Andrews' amazement.' I long group courageous crop w to discover the "ncrod.dat 'f
it with handl \
County grade school averaging a bakers dozen; only us/cjr proper "
have felt that have lost .
we our c > hand comfort of this southe -
teachers took the Initiative last one avowed candidacy emerged ing. Regutct with us for i I
sense of values as far as our
cumbersome/and politically con- week, and In a letter to the from the 1947 session of the law- employ rrjfcnl.\\Cement blocks 1st Florida resort community Sends I// 1, H.-
BLINDS / School Board the officialsto makers that of P. Crews of "
urged Guy ,
/a. of
trolled educational set up is for sale.Ke I t t far information and ratil I''. J
give more consideration to Duval County for the post of "
concerned., the three Rs and cut down the Attorney Geenral At the closing eth iStimmellanager Comfortable o/cemmodorlom In hotels, cottages, apart- ,II''"i,\,' i.
BUT DIRECT FKOTHE MANUFACTURER : It happens that I employ aWE .
.r, number of Interruptions heaped session, while the House mends on the beach In low rafes. I'
or summer '
upon both teachers and pupils waited for the Senate to conclude

owr T.. Q.rltr CUSTOlABUILT-- Ow S.c ..4 Qu.llt In the form of events, fairs, festivals its business, the usual S T UA R TSERVICES Write tOt DEPA TMENT 3-S ;\ I

TRASO T# Irv POGO BUY -"-' Junk, and other activities for speechmaklng along the 1-love- {, ''Ii
VENETIAN SUNOS YOUR WI W VENETIAN BLINDS eign to the real purpose for you-llke-a-brother line was the
wrecked cans which'schools established order of the Crews ;
scrap were day. Rep. : t
CAtL 2iS \and ijrass.AUTD They ask that a committeefrom shrewdly, and quite ethically, Krueger Building B e o c h\\. Florida I I o ( .'
LET OUh> REPRESENTATIVES copper BOil 486 Phone 41-W .
ONE OF the intermediate grades be took advantage the opportunity ; "

MEASURE YOUR WINDpWS AW TELL YOU JUST r S appointed to carefully select and to make a unofficial campaign 11" /111 1."iit .

HOW EASY IT IS TOO N QUA TY TRASO BLINDS, recommend tests and work book; 'speech, practically every i
PARTS for these grades, that result* shoulder In the House chamber

SEC] HOW STATELY; from any achievement of Intelligence felt the fatherly touch of the
South Di\ie|Highway tests not be requiredat portly gentleman from Duval In ,.
eserl7e Any oom attains new restrained FortWrce i the same time report cards or a goodwill, goodby gesture.

our richness, dignity PhorrWl29 similar records are due: that The announcement of Rep.
Customis' each year a revised list of avail- Crews was the second for this
Immediately our
9111 I able school supplies be made office. Grady Burton. of Wau- ;'i
ed Venetian Blinds are In and a copy sent to each teacher, chula County being the first, '' _

stalled. Th\ decorative effects that If art and music are required Also expected: to enter the rare ORS tLINES

not t\ mention the STUART special teachers be furnished Is Ed R. Bentley of Lakeland"and RI R R 1
ISSIONRegula each school l;,', a definite f Dick Ervin, attorney with A of
comfoH CITY C
added and privacy time for relaxation be set up, for the State Highway Department, 1946. 1 16838Ult

are out of all pro Me tongs teachers each day, that the Tallahassee, will definitely( be a IN

portion to the modest In duties of the school secretariesbe contender Friends of Lex I for
stallation cost. May we 8: P. clearly/ defined ai they relateto Green, 1944 candidate for Gov
how ?' 20 and 4WFD the teaching saff. ernor1946 candidate for the
less interruptions from out Senate, have announced that he
MANUFACTURING CO. ESD YSStu side Interests, namely, programs, too will be In the A. O race.
TRASO SM ML I < Or..!. An.M t City H I contests May festivals fair exhibits For one of the few times In 19ygk

U S. l- A-ph r.rkl.t e radio programs, ticket his public career, the unpredict
FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA selling, operettas, junior garden able Tom Watson has verifiedthe
PHONE 225 P. O. BOX 1012 Public (ways Wet me flubs and the like, doors stresson predictions of many Florldtans -

the three Its and less work For the past year practic

for showoff purposes A returnto ally everyone, with the exception r 1 1Y

the original and safe aim of of Carl Hanton, brilliant editorof nw; r''

I elementary; schooi.' that Is, the Fort Myers News-Press,

CALL US_ FOR YOUR NEEDS to teach needed sklllv not just has anticipated the announcement I RK ft f yk p 1
a smattering of everything and of Watson as a gubernatorial t
J ,Phone: nothing definite upon which to candidate;, Like former

bjlld. Find textbooks In English Governor Stamen Torn has I
on a simpler reading level. "come right out In meetln' andtold
3551 Eliminate red tape and the make "'""-r--- .
the voters what he wants
ing of unnecessary; records ;
Carefully Investigate the toach-)

er load and a checkup on child- .

r FAINTS ren entering school from other

HARDWARE States The writer' long has contended POLICY D pping' a line 0RUR4L K
s that we have too much Columbia -
PLASTER University too much
CEMENT politics and too much downright USTOMERS

FLOORING nonsense in our school system IMPARTIALLY, Wind

SIDING Maybe we'd be better oft U we storms Deal Oat De- \
encouraged a few more one-
teacher one-room country etrnetio Roo mayBe Despite dllllcultlesond:! shortages a record< C

schools,, the kind w* used to Rlp O / Chlm-, .. 683 miles of rural lines In S'
breaking were completed ...
Hobe Sound Lumber & Supply Co. Inc. have in this country; to give men aeys RIO Down,
like Abraham Lincoln a start in Trees M Crash 1948. This year were out to beat that record lor a

Ufa.1th T h r e e i Windows, two yea total!of(over 1366 miles-enough\to stretch :
-= Roots [(Walls. Toil
Haves y ONE PRO- from St. Augusune\ Quebec; Canada! i ,

TEC N I Then Ainelal -
"Servic A Smile" gains Fin Less Yes, we want \to do more than our shore in
"Helping BuUd 1 FIondaby (umuhing adequate, '
S NCE, the i greats I

AND :NO_( BETTER PLACE IN MAR COUNTY FOR A COMPLETE Flit BUT W a All IT'S the dependable) Sunshine Service farms homes bust. :

NEEDED, tfcve YM hSe odnoi twa te,,,', new and Industry just as quickly en we possibly l can, :

Washing_ ,Greasi i and Polishing Job ENOUGH odd.M aw y4ef fA4W1dpslrseutook ram I

ED M'APPavert' ; Id've.eh trews tlllJIII : :

gi} Ceao d; ROllI 1I1i" '1T :

WILE, ,MOlTOR CO. Insurance Kind ef .51 '; :

North Federal Hlffaway, Phone 291. l Phone II r.O. Aread, '

r, f ": ,rr

kalli .Arfti iIo...., "'.... u.....' ..it..J.1r..... '" '\- .

I '!GE ElGIn Till STUART NEWS' STVAKT. Martin Count*. MamA, TBCKSDAY> JU.T S, I",


:t q\h' lte tuart }(e wIl J What price will you take for yours? ,

Is your life for sale? Or your physical well-being\ ? !

Will you sell the happiness of your wife or child Your 1t
r Published every Thursday at t neighbor's future? Even a stranger's precious and intangible -

: I'I( Stuart Martin County Florida right> to pursue 'life,. liberty and happiness?"
\ by Stuart Dally New, Inc. a
; I Florida corporation. r Suppose you were to read an ad like this In your

ti i \I ll N Entered a I second-IUI mall jJ I home town paper? "WANTED: your life. Will take i any

:' ", I I I'' matter at the ,post office at I amount human lives young or old, anywhere in U. S. A.

t I Stuart Florida under the AcUj\ tomorrow. Tell your fathers, mot'hersaunts uncles, friendsto / '
I' I j of Marcb 8, 1879. AfIA I apply. Guaranteed first-class Job. Some returns.. in damI Ily
: A FREE PRESS aged condition. Reference any newspaper .
''f I ; i i 34 YEARS OF SERVICEI 1 I What does this firm want with lives Oh, nothing -

I 't I'I "I. and Stu.rt D.ll> N... ... a ......_ much. Just to extinguish the spark of life iUelf. Just to
I 1 1 i e 01 (h. fttuirt TlmM, rtw ffr.t ..... fpi I wound and to maim. Just to cause grief and loss Only /
A FREE PEOPLE .) In Hlu.rt' ,
i d' J IKIIXI, nun Iii: ..nR.::::'wiu:
1011 .> Htuartwhich that, i
,, ..., .
i Y 'Jh* 1 lm w. pnwldaW erel.n I
,1 I r' b I, 1NIt. Tho M...... Pall N... How ridiculouil But bold on-Why the indignation?
.... .
HandW IktuG n. uu. It."IIfun .0<1. I
.. was' fw ae.ir, heave aa LN By tomorrow night when the July 4 holiday ends newspapers -
soothe 41urda, Ir.eW.vr.; i iI will carry shocking lists of the dead and maimed. _

I b'WIN I Hundreds will give up the most precious thing )they possess!

I "IINEST: A.P.IIF.NNINCEa LYONS .J..Gsnetrl",..... M.M.n.rr..,_ -their lives-as the price of carelessness on a holiday
,,1 i --- I I More thousands will be grief-stricken. (

', ''I SUBSCRIPTION RATES j And all so unnecessary 1 1
er Mill! Oiw Y... .. ... I
11.0' Two y.
'S 55 Human life is priceless. It is the stuff, of which the
1 ,
\ .d.....'.'.. .at.. wade br..n "".t a..II..tlo. n. ......._.. _... th. 1"1 future of mankind Is made. The world needs/ives, Who
t., ,pct nor My.pt/unnbN/ .d.'U..t. I knows but what a boy saved from drowning at a picnic
..... .
ho .
.tM pt" I iI Melurf.' rl", uttled tY.
: to uu f i mniblMrtltm III s..at
.; : i tomorrow-because an adult is alert and watching-may

: MEMBER OF TilE ASSOCIATFD PRESS I I, have in his heart the secret of peace and harmony in this
.._ ... Atomic Age NO yet t bas found it; It must come from the
n. I''d .P .. ". ...oi.d. .alu.M, .n tl,. ... r... peubbntlon o, .n 'ht I
...... .,... .., ... I
: : tarn .rl. i.h" '" w ua- wen 4 .U AI' news .." ;.., heart of a''man.America ,

: ; II needs,, lives. Who knows but what the care
IlllllllimillllllllliillllilllimiilllillllllMllliMllllllii' } iiMllllllllimillimimiil, and caution which prevents the tragedy of a carelessly

}I't ', ', : .YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR tossed firecracker injuring the Smith's little girl next door "Don't l last sif there> "I Weakiegtenl l Maybe they Y. 1*,
,'. may save for Our land the beauty of a great actress The directive ogwnrt this i dart of Shins?"
,I '. annnnnummIinnunlulomununnnnutuumnmminuumuuuuuuub I voice of a poet The tongue of a writer Who are we to

When I was a boy, the shrillest And therefore the most ', W W know" her destiny?
., fati.slactoiy whistles were made out of poker chips The Just "plain folks" need lives, because wrapped up'in -i
I'' day of making a wooden whistle from a reed or the branch THE INLET them is all they love.'A speeding car packed with young V OIlO Oa3- 01:101 :::::=::::1

of a tree that had a )pithy center was already gone although j people in a gay holiday mood plows headon into a truckon NEWS and
we boys did learn to make such whistles with our Word late Thursday that the Congressional Appropriations a curve,,Who can measure the grief from that tragedy?. COMMEN1ng.io

nives an art taught us by our Dad on Sunday rambles Committee has included $53,000 for St. Lucie I' It is incalculable. _. -OJ.I> =Ponta:: r -
through the woods. But such could nut compare with a Inlet _in the 1947 Rivers &; Harbors appropriations bill is I Wanted ; some lives-not by a soulless "concern'
i( tvhistle! made from a bright red poker. chip. I have no Ideal'1 the best news of many years. I which some call "Fate" and others "preventable accidents"but SO YOU think we've had some Vain.. In one week S igcl
I why this color always worked !better than either blue or fell. That's just a light dew. Get Paul Hoenshvl tot
white. Barring such possible complications as further paringof by your world your nation, you. you about the night over at Sand Cut in the En-fjln
i; the bill by the Congress, or the possibility) of a Presidential Wanted by mankind to help build a better world. when it started raining between JO 11
In fact I was not supposed to Irtiow anything at all veto this that at last the or p. m. and to<
means long United States Wanted by America to make an even finer nation. at 8 next morning The official '
about poker chips! They were. taboo at our house, along Engineers will receive the to cut 200-foot channel up a. m. gauge reguta
money a Wanted by those who love them most, fathers, mothers -
Ji 23 inches and there was water two and thru ii
with playing cards tobacco! and alcohol in form. But )10-feet deep the inlet into stet'
any through the iuside waterway. wives, children, friends.Be fields and
overall the moat of the roads. That nit
1 somehow or other as boys will, I not only knew about There will be a safe passage across the reef for pleasure' careful on the Fourth-and all the time. Life i is was
I. poker chips but I had a ftw cur" iully hidden, out of which and commercial craft. "the priceless gift" You are' its guardian.
:"I' ,... }o make whist 's. Wv -.. i f MY WIFE and family frequently remind. me aboi!
Credit for this accomplishment is shared
.. I by many
I They were made of a celluloid-like plastic and the who have worked through the years to bring the. project little rain we encountered one afternoon up the l No;
THE STUART BRIDGE Fork. We a" picnic when this cloud
i first step was to heut the chip along one diameter with a [his far-but the dogged determination oftwo men, were on camu
i lighted match, and while it was in a rubbery! condition County Commissioner O. I). Quinlivan and Price French, A bridge straight to the ocean beach from Stuart I is and the family wanted to head the boat home h
1 I ,. through the- middle, bend it in half !not completely but The Old Woodsman (?that's me) opined different!!)
president of the Chamber of Commerce, resulted in putting not only possible-but can be accomplished if the follow*
t almost, leaving the thickness of a match between the it over the plate on this last try. They went to Washing' Ing logical sequence is followed through.'In i
"J 1 WILL show laid "how to in show)
halve you stay a
Then in the center of each half, bore a hole so ton two weeks ago and personally testified before, the >
background, Martin County Commission has already So all\ bundled ashore
I I that theae'cume opposite each other. The whistle is fin, .Appropriations Committee. we under some cabbage palm
!, ished. Hold it In the front part of mouth, the roundedges secured public bathing beaches, is now completing and in true Old Woodsman 'style I soon had a neat Ii lit:
Congressman Dwight L. Rogers and Senator Claude wquisitlon of right-of-way. The project in no Way works leaf shelter
\ held in your teeth, and blow. If know how palm up. The big raindrops pattered atop t i
you Pepper put their full weight into impressing the committee Against Jensen ,Bridge which has just been granted
a new
t h you really can make a racket with it. And such whistles and trickled down by our feet, but we stayed dry uti
I mighty convenient to in a with the necessity for the project and the community 1170,000( draw span to ,be installed by next Spring. It f is in a-rug. "See" I saJd. "This ia being mart."
carry your pocket along with
should be grateful to both of
for coming to our aid an improvement which merits the wholehearted support T
Hiring, knife etc.I .
I'I'I' I do in this Instance of the whole county. THAT PARTICULAR'cloud must have overhfaJbecaulle
by not recall seeing! boys nowadays whistle hriUy From now on "follow through" {la vitally important. I-The bridge plan is yet to be secured. it took up a position directly overhead u
I It' >nd putting pointer and little fingers in their mouthsi Commissioner -Quinlivan, who has a background of many 2-Method of financing has not yet been worked out. never moved for three hours. Its gentle patter to
I blowing! through them. as.over.. a reed. years practical engineering experience, can be dependedupon Roughly speaking, here are the steps which might t into a downpour, and the downpour into a ddw
: I to urge that the project be carried out in such a fashion quite logically bring the bridge out of dream into reality. and then it began sending down water by the) bucks
t '. I am' not sure why therewas.such a severe ban, on that the ,money'' will be expended to best advantage. : First, decide definitely) to campaign for State Road f ul. And it rained. It soaked us to the skin i
; playing! card in our home except perhaps that as instruments The old error of attempting to dig a 'channel'from the Department construction of the span as a link in .an ocean- through the akin and made us shiver and xhakt. Ak

I.. I of gambling, they represented sin in one of its most inside out" will not be repeated, it is believed, but the new front loop scenic! highway extending from Fort Pierce to that time the mosquitoes discovered us by the j jilH,
'S ;; tirulent forms. We had a good many card games around I effort will be made from the seaward side of the ;reef.. Stuart. The State is not particularly Interested in helpingto -and, yes, I swear it's true the snakes cam n
'I t (4he house including authors and flinch and cards were The favorable action is again proof that "it never finance bridges which do not tie in with the State high from the underbrush and began crawling all unto
i' : okay so long as they did not have kings, queens and Jacks pays to quit." Thirty days ago St. Lucie Inlet was among! way system. Therefore, the Initial step is for Martin and our feet. The Old Woodsman's stock hit 'Zero-Zen

,' pn them.j1t"'t the approved project"set up to be completed in the 1950's"i St. Lucie Counties to join hands in building an improvedroad To this day I always lose self-confidence henni>

; I ,' | Of course the antagonism to playing cards still persists but without an appropriation and its chances of getting! with State aid along the ocean from Ft. Pierce Bllach cloud shows up. I'm just as apt to ask one of( *
in some homes, and I think every person is entitled I sine were extremely slim. Veteran marine authorities discounted '' to St. Lucie Inlet. This project, bringing huge benefits to kids; "What do you think we ought to do?''
I to hfs own opinion. Yet sometimes I cannot help feeling any possibility in the present situation. The Flor'I' both counties in increased ]land value' along the ocean,

11\\\\ : that there, is a certain irony in the situation that develop ida Waterways Congress gave the project the cold shoulder would have legitimate State value in opening a beautiful 1 ALL IN ALL, these spring and su 111 rains are extreme
t Some years ago I stayed for a time in a hotel in a religious but the local men were undaunted, and our Congressional scenic drive to tourists. beneficial to South Florida mir grow much bell"

} I', community: where playing cards were taboo. Playing ) representatives also gave the project "full steam"' The bridge here should be a joint Martin County lawns stay green ...i and the ponds n up and apron!
,I bridge in the hotel lobby was forbidden and ]if the proprietor Instead of a half-hearted approach.The State responsibility. Assuming that it would cost in the which means good fishing later on. It it wain't fur W

: '* even suspected you of playing bridge in your room result was "Mission accomplished." Let's remember neighborhood of $1,600,000, and that 30-year revenuecertificate" rains, most of our" shallow ponds would be fishier wf'
+b' a reprimand was likely. Yet every evening in the hotel i that on other "difficult projects" which still re could be sold at 2 per cent, the cost of the project many dry up in droughts, but when the wood pre full
tr; \ lobby was a grand flinch game under the personal superffTon main to be tackled, Such as the building of a bridge from would roughly be: $30,000 a year interest and $50,000 water the bream and bass work their way from pond

I' i :Jdtdh proprietor, ,and the bidding and play Stuart to the-ocean. r. year retirement of principal, plus $5,000 for bridge pond automatically restocking the waters.
were woolly.Those tender's salary and the minor maintenance of a modern, -E.L

I t, of you who know how to play flinch are doubt. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiMitiiinmiiiiiiHiiii I iiiMiiiiiiiiumiuiiimiiiii p concrete structure. '

ft. ; less aware that the only differences between that game WITH THE OTHER Surplus gas tax monies can be accredited to the fin -=:IOIlOlOlIIec: :;:;:::=:: 0a70C0: : 0
{{lid bridge are the colors of ink on the cards, and the fact EDITORS juicing of such projects through an arrangement with the

I that the successful bidder leads in flinch, as he used to do :uiiMiuiiiuiiimiiuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiuiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiIOWA 1 county. SRO and State Improvement Commission.". COME ON-LET'S LAUGH

I in the old playing card game of COO. POLL Right now Martin County has no surplus gas funds, = OOOiEOC70aOC--'mod:;: : : :
I th but a Legislative act of the past session set up a constitutIonal
iVr (Editor and Publisher) TIME ,.MARCHES'ONt
)! I think\: bridge serves a good cause in American With amendment to be voted on next year which i I
1 I' many all\ the hogwash that is being spilled\ around A fly headiwitl'1, 'h
walking-on gentleman
f homes. When allow the counties the 7th Cent of the tax. In MartinCounty' was a
two gas
get together good these about'newspapers "
J;' game prevents days "lack of responsibility, the daughter. "How times change dear," she C
; them spending several hours talking about, their! "lying press," the "venial press" "distortion," etc., one which could. case be, this allocated would to bring the in about $40,000 annually); "When I was your ige, this was only my a foot ath.-ApP?
i neighbors. Without a game to absorb their energies, most t would gather that the American press is in a sad state Of bridge financing. The othei Seed '
I I couples are too mentally lazy or too poorly informed to affairs with falling circulation, loss of prestige ad infini- $45,000 per year would have to come ,either from an ad Wenatcheej
4 talk about THINGS ditional grant from State Surplus funds-or through levy
I ; they to talking about PEOLK. -' tum. OIL -
t Such is a poor substitute for intelligent conversation, There may be elements in American journalism that ing of additional Martin County millage. It would take the He RIGHT WITH HIM, theY,
loved the girl to much that he worshiped
J' so here's mere power to bridge or other thatIj' addition of about 4Vi mills to securethese extra fund
warrant such
any game charges but any honest student of the press ground her father discovered oil on.-Rotary Bullet
Squires "some, thinking. will locally, However increased valuations oceanfront property '
acknowledge that the
generalization is
Ij' untrue and Bedford, Indiana.PERSISTENCE .
I 0J unfair. bring more taxes and the bridge would
: T The fact that Joan Crawford possibly add a million dollars in increased valuation to
got $400,000 salary To prove that point we have this week the Iowa Poll
1 last year sounds good until you learn that she had to conducted thee\ the county tax rolls from ocean front property alone.'AI '
J 'If pay by Moines Register &; Tribune, reveal The elderly lady felt she was being cheated on
/ 75,000 of it back to Uncle Sam in income tax. This ing the faith in and dependence on the press by the pub development occurred,the taxes from the property (Improvement -: fare and was arguing, with the driver. "Don't trtW'It

'",, ; hjft her a paltry $125,000 with which she scrimped along Iic in that area. Similar polls\ ;, it conducted elsewhere S should be 'sufficient to carry the interest on I me, my good fellow" she declared loftily. "You ks"
J until payday rolled around again. A man who earns $50- would find a similar attitude toward newspapers. the bridge. haven't been riding in taxis for ten for now;
I OpO! a year, if married and having two children, has to pay The Iowa Poll found that more than 93 per cent oi I The logical plan of approach at present appears ((1)]) "Maybe not," replied the taxi driver! years Sarcastically
$;:22,000 back to the Government in tax. There are defin the people in that state read newspapers and of this group to make up our minds that we are going to do It ((2)) get I'll bet ]it wasn't because didn't try,"-Rota*
I'' 6.1' '1 ire advantages in having no Income at all, just living on 85 per cent think they are trying to be fair in their presen St. Lucie County to join with us in the ocean boulevard Harrisonbur, Virginia, you .
plan ((3)) establish the ?fission with ,
i f \ fish and grits. tation of the news. What's more, 86 Cent think proper the State Road
per newspapers
Department, and ((4)) offer to bear .
part of the cost'ouselves '
+ I are willing to correct their mistakes.Of r WHITE MEN THOUCHr- !l
I .,t.t$ .i : As everyone knows, says William Feather, time goes' unprlikl interest to editors. is\ the poll result ahnw.. through Increased taxation. When white men discovered this country, the 1adiJ'
'I faster as one grows older. scientists have sought to ..ex- ing editorial pages second only to general news in the were running it. 'There were no tu s. Therepg
#1 1allthe! phenomenon and have presented plausible the reader's choice of providing the greatest enjoyment and FR, HEADS THE DISASTER ROLL debt. The women did all the work. The white. pit

1 ories.- the most help. A recent six-day readership study of the thought they. could improve, a system Jike that tt?I1-"'
; A recent concept ts that youngsters are in a hurry to Troy r the Nattena{ i Scandal.Sheet Graham,. .
grow up, and so time drags. The girls want to be married\ I the editorial page. Board of Fire Underwriters, has called upon all sections Ten.I: -
r' 4 and the boys want to be soldiers or aviators or deep-sea Claims of the critics that people buy newspapers fit industry for better !compliance: with safety standards, ii r TOGETHER AT LAST 'J.

r 1 t divers. Once grown up, it seems to be no time be mainly for the comics and the sports news are torn asunder ,order to prevent ouch disasters as the fires and explosions ,A Kansas cyclone{ hit a farm fiouse'! .ust! E'foreJ:
tween monthly installments on the furniture and auto. by the poll's\ revelation that comics and sports rank third which razed Texas City killing hundreds of people, injuring one morning: It lifted the 'roof off, picked up
a r Babies! come faster than doctors bills and cribs can be and fourth, after general news and editorials, in providing thousands, and causing.an enormous property 1 which the farmer and his wife slept and set it do '"
fmanced. the greatest reading pleasure.; His organization, he said "will do everything In Its tly In the back 40. The wife was crying softly. "Don't

In late years, the next station is the terminal. It would Also important was the finding that the majority ol f power to meet the challenge of fire in this age of facers scared. Mary." her husband said, "we're not hurt." '

1 Ii$! nice now if time would be slow John Marquand nam- readers depend on their newspapers more than other media ingly hazardous chemical ,.compounds.; For this we are continued to cry "I'm not scared" she responded bet"b
r a Hj! his novel "So Little Time" because the central character in making up their minds on public questions; Also thai speeding up our research into industry's fire problems. sobs. "I'm Just happy 'cause this is the first time
fas baffled by his inability to control and fashion his life newspaper advertising, above other media, i is most help "But we call on all industry, management and work, years that we've' been out toðer.-Rotattler, G
MId his children's lives, ful. to them. era alike, for wholehearted feompllance, with all safety flay, WIgconsln i : .
There is no doubt that Mr. and Mrs. America have standards that are or may be promulgated" "."",...' -.-" ;
A Baltimore Evening Sun writer' suggests that a HER NO. 1 VICE )
The American Red Cross has stated that fires j'.
it great deal of respect for the of their are responsible
,(?Rive person with a great task to perform feels time' role\ community newspaper She smoke ?
in their daily lives., for more disaster relief calla than all other : "No. I don'Jt drink. or neck. ,1

fight more acutely than an easy-going contemporary. Likewise, there is no doubt that the constant criticismof cause, including tornado, hurricane, and flood, combined He: :"Wall i then', what'do you..' do?", ,!U
the which Furthermore, fire is often a contributing factor to loss' i Sh has
become like
Columbia' press, a scratchy phonograph o: -
The editor of "Pleasure County
of ..
life even in floods and tornados. It has become Collier ,
Is of
: record. inspired by individuals or groups who fear .the one the
the addition .of social-minded
porta a and serious
lady to the board of a home very for delinquent girls. She made* press and would stand to benefit Jn their own selfish pro greatest of killers property.No -.even a* It is one. of the greatest, destroyers : the-:. ar,. "ttils, ;aayinf'llad'alned eiranfong <

i Ik her business to speak to' the girls personally, and then gram if there were no newspapers community and no home Is lafrom fire" Eternal 1 'the! G. |.'at c tf it roves, salute It. If It doeso'tpick The all
charging Into her first directors' meeting. "Iff high 'When individual ,' It upk If you can't pick it up paint It.
came an offers you something for noth vigilance is I necessary. The ghastly disaster at Texas City;
tens/* she declared, "that we began trying- to attract a ing, it i is time to remember that the! price. is too bleb." like the hotel fires of last year', should have focused thattention peacetime family concerns has changed the advice
U it cries It.
< champ it If It's wheels buy
< on ,
timer!: clan of girls to this institution.. E.A.M. The Lafayette (Ala.) Sun. of
{ the! entirahountryon'thW'fblvfSMnae, :, >liada;' rant,It" y. *.p Cvutf .|*rortl 1Arttq r; lro? 1 .

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'Mark JOUr trees advance of TRESTLE: REMOVED { fund sot a careful analysis of CADET ARBOGAST the fall quarter will open. fldr I
luttlng mistakes cannot be Construction plant la engaged Recent Legislature Emphasized the auditor's report for 1MI NAMED AS CORPORAL Appointments in ROTC >fe '
Corrected after trees are cut.REAL In removing about 150 ft. of approach DOWN theSTREET shows surprisingly low figuresfor Charleston, 8 C. July I based on the comparative degree 1 J I{'
I trestle on either tide of administrative _ta. Having Cadet Charles Benjamin Arbo- bf efficiency and suitability ,
i the drawspan of the obsolete State Need for Top LeadershipBy aeeepM the responsibility of gast Jr.,.! of Stuart, Fla. has exhibited by the various. j'' ,"i' I
highway bridge across the In- oaring for Infantile paralysiseases been appointed cadet corporalIn cadets. Cadet Arbogast, wb. .. ij
tracoastal Waterway at Winter -- the organization has started The Citadel, the military college majoring In civil engineering:;II I. 1
I Beach,Indian River County, and FULLER WARREN j ature to enact progressive legislation te prepare for the possibilityof of South Carolina, corps of active In the Intramural athletic I I;;
In the bear future will commence The slat session (under the which hu caused much By MART HARTMAN two or three times a normal cadets effective Sept. 29 'When program. k 1,
(, the removal of the draw- Constitution of 1885)) of the] of California feat'growth and MRS. RAT VAN SEOOERN! hu amber of patients in anyone : (t '
apan and swing pier. The Florida Legislature hu adjourned development "
: plant written from Miami to they year ;
ESTATE ''il expected to be engaged In sine die, It seems In order to Florida Is long' over due for have ordered the pamphlet say on IF A SPECIFIC REMEDY! or j !
thesis removal operation for the appraise Its record. How much such leadership.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiimiiiiiiiiii, Poisonous Snakes of America" preventive appears, the fund BRANFORD'S SERVICE GARAGE
next M good did It dot How much did National
day which would enable the J
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we kindly advertised for
I it help Florida What pressing 1 l I I I I I I I I I I I I l l l t l l the North Carolina Museum last Foundation to, make It readily GULF PRODUCTS \ i'
Properties of }!11! kind State problems did it solve? available to the medical profession -
Selective cutting will yield week. Ray and Olive are former WHY WAIT TILL FALL? r (; fV I
What did the people get for and to the public. The edu-
residents of
sale. greater results to timberland STUARTand Stuart who look
the $415000 the 1947 Legislature cation of doctors and nurses in Now''
forward to site Your Car Checked With Us '
owners. building on a on Have : II' I
I cost? I diagnosis and treatment of polio
What Needs Indian River -,They read li'li
Also rentals\ id ineur.nee. It failed to give the State achance 3 The stuart News each week and will be of lasting benefit to the EXPERT ECHANICS ON DUTY : : ,
to get its most urgent nation and has saved thousands : ..f "
By have asked to extend
Fred A. Stafford need a new Constitution.By ,: I Ings to their us friends here.greet' of children from death and per 5e en Days A Week ; : {a
refusing to create! a central "SNAKES OF manent crippling No stone has 'J. '
THE MERCHANT: Here we have THE WORLD"by Located VII Mile S. of Jensen Bridge
purchasing commission If failed Raymond L. Dltman hu been been left unturned to fight the II ,
M Registered to save the State several mlllion the industrial life of any community i locked by the Public Library disease, to care for all patients I ', \ 1
Edwar .
that sells '
PRe Civil, ngi terA dollar a year : everything I since we went there In search of and to continue research for :!
Increased It appropriated teachers'large salaries sums but for depends salesman on what and customer placebetween the a reference tint time and_ found blank for preventives Florida had and 144 cures cases The In Stateof 1945 WE SELL AND DELIVER / i dt": :
a \
depart- \
,tor failed to provide the money for It this goes well and the sale Is ment of Information. The book and 672 in 194S Of the 572 there ;
Land S made, the store prospers and MARL ROCK SAND AND
P. O. Arcade BIJg. eyor Such increases Is recommended (and sold) byRon were 19 deaths. The percentage rlii. r\li\
the wheels of industries keep '
Stuart 7 rids The late Legislature was com-: Allen's Reptile Institute at Is small compared to fatalitiesIn HELL / :i.:. :
Phone) 19 posed of many high type men.: rolling, creating steady employment. Silver Springs The cost of &M epidemics of other diseases '
U the sale U not made, IN AlHY QUANTITY ij'
-Pho 2 J It had capable presiding officers i sounds like a mistake as the The patient days amounted to "
It dldnt dawdle for the first the wheels are slowed down and 30000. Forty-five were respirator ; '
book S"
contains 207
1r: --- several weeks of the session as In time the effect felt In our lore and abo M pages pages of photo-snake cases, which required 1000patient r '\ I i il'
was the habit of past sessions' city plates.' days in the Iron lungs. vBranfordBos J I
It got down to serious work the The storekeeper is Invaluableto -0- Twenty-three of the 45 died and C.
second day of the session and the prosperity of any city MARION STEVENS principalof nine were discharged at the end I"
didn't let up until 59 days later' and to the country HU achievements the Island School Inc. of Jupiter of the year It is interesting that 74 J neon Beach, Flsu f1'o iI. I A I;
PARTY It was probably the soberest In the fields of distributionare Island, who It spending the 93 of the 1948 victims! were non- At Jensen Beach ulf Filling Station
GAMES session In several decades. I constant: But, has the merchant summer In Rahway N. J. sent paryalytic A baffling figure is I
Then, why did it fall to solve done a good job of sellIng my son a beautiful collection of that 21 per cent of cases show I! i
most of the State very urgent himself? Has he fully acquainted 30 postcard-size photos of birds no Increase In the white blood I 1
Benefit of Moose JHome* problems? The answer lies I himself with the general with the story of each on the reverse cells when the virus attacks' \ )1\\ '
think In lack of leadership The public and selling his real I '
r side The set of M'"Summer '
Legislature itself can hardly be Importance and services to his Birds of Eastern North America"' PASTOR ON VACATION ( :
expected to produce the kind of customers? The answer is "no" Is The Rev W. O Aldrldge, pastor -
W. published by the National Association '
Stuart Lodg 1240 leadership to put through a well- In this city. Close observation of Audubon Societies, of the Methodist Church, is 'The\\p\ <
Integrated, carefullycoordinatedprogram will show that the local mer- 1974 Broadway, New York City, vacationing in North Carolina. '
of chant often underestimates In his absence, hit will be
legislation.w I and may be obtained for $1. pulpit 1j'I
At The members are In session himself and falls to place proper INTEREST IN BIRDUFE here filled by the Rev. Lawrence H. ogel1\et"J : u '
only two out of every 24 months emphasis upon the great Industry apparently warrants an Audubon Turner pastor of the Victoria ,
They have no easy access to Information he represents The local merchants Society. I would suggest a* a Road United Church In Oode-
about the affairs of, also fall to see the Importance major project the setting op ofa rich, Ontario, Canada.

The Wom4ii's Club the State Government further- of being organized. bird sanctuary the new State With I; these husky, : '
more, they are so busy makinga The best organized force In park at Camp Murphy. Martin mileage packed Good- '11 :
living that little If any time all nature is the hornet. He must County needs one big major attraction LOYA ORDER OF on your car, no 10 j
Is left to study the complex be organized otherwise he will years
to stop the tourists as OOSg too lar- '
confusing problems of State perish. In like manner the they hasten to Miami. With a7YlART It" place road soems tooPROPERLY rough. ", !

8OOPM.tollOOT.M. Government. Florida, unlike store keepers of this city can volunteer agencies coordinating .,,e s.+ eowrsoays&AC. P wIn "GoGood no I j jyear"
several progressive States, has save themselves from many dls efforts with the State Park Commission oNT14Woo4to $16.10 '
no legislative reference service' turbances, Impediments, regulations the Conservation De- as Hall I .
About one-half the members and annoyances, by BEING partment and federal agencies a Fla. this yoar. :1., ,; I \4 (
of each session of the Legislature ORGANIZED. Merchants Camp Murphy can well become \ ; t
., Friday July 11Waterfront are first-termers. They through organization can work a showplace of Florida. LLOWANC111EAR ;!{ '
usually have never seen each out their difficulties, solve their STATE: PARK' DIRECTOR L LI..IAL I. Di-IN iiI'+
other but one before the bien- problems and safe-guade themselves C. Scoggim has suggested that ." It'j I
nial session begins. The new against undesirable conditions every park be equipped with a I
members not only don't know and situations A good lodge which would have two ST'UART' ."' ,
each other but few of them havea example of such forceful organization wings one for boys and one for 'f
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close acquaintance with the old was the' defeat of the girls, and a central portion for SINCE 'I! \
members Thus It takes the first sales tax which was presentedto chaperones Facilities would be TIRE :F1 F1tt' ''I'' ;
Properties several weeks of a session for the last Legislature Through Installed for serving breakfastand Isis S /
members to develop that comradeship the efforts of the State Retailers supper at a cost of $1 a per- ,: I I
Along the Indian and 6t Lucle rivers and Kobe Bound. and confidence in Association the sales tax was son. The director's Incentive for
Ocean Fronv...e each other which makes for co- defeated. Store-keepers through such lodges was a desire to have e 1J.1jt: P
operation and good legislation organized effort can promote thegeneral high school boys and girls takenon We BALANCED WHEELS bello) give \ +lit{' d "'
This lack of leadership Inherent welfare of their entire I educational tours of the : Out-ol.balanceX wheels r 'i "I"I )
smooAwr ride q
# Z9.1t in the legislative branch of group. increase their chance for State. "They Just don't realise Specialize I you a I
A State Government can be supplied opportunities and success, enlarge what we have right here," he I directly or Indirectly cause abnormal life wear. I'I
= ao r / only! by the Chief,Executive their abilities to serve to says, In expressing concern over h I Make this snail extra Investment In Comfort (J"I'" t'

10 He can provide the kind of expand and to grow Working the youth going north to carve tab and saving, Slop In at Tire Service Headquarters
RIyaR leadership required to put a program alone we can accomplish noth- out careers. The Department of tires mounted I,
Goodyear t
today new f
ay' of forward-looking constructive ing. United the merchants are Education has already expressed I
legislation through the invincible favor of such an Idea. and balance" by "Wheel Specialists". "

Legislature. To begin with, the There ls a Stuart Retail Mer. -0- lror In wiles .

Governor has the prestige of chants Association here but the MISS FLORA MAE STANLEYand Real Eats. insurance il"\\
having been approved by: a majority merchants do not and have not I attended the state education I
of the voters of the State taken an Interest In It. This organization meeting of professional and its r see i' .: I
The constituents of the members through the cooper- volunteer workers for the Na- Motor Co. '
Im Los on," of the Legislature are also his ation of the merchants could do tion Infantile Paralysis Found- JO E. AYLOR Wiley > 'f ; ,
er.re constituents. He has the high Now ation has become the ,
much to serve the people. .e- One Bldg. Phone 1941 J ;k }!
prestige traditionally associated is the time of competitive buyIng ond largest volunteer organisation Stuart Florida 1
e with the office of Governor The and the merchant must realIze In the nation, second only STVA T North Federal Highway' { : I I1
Governor probably has a friendly taht his actions and ability to the Red Cross. In a fortunate ,
acquaintance with most of will determines his staying in community like ours, which has ., ,! / j :
the members of the Legislature business. been spared an epidemic of
He has a lot of patronage that The best "advertising agent of poliomyelitis, we little realise the
can be prudently distributed. He work that aj being done. Dade
has the privilege of appearing as your store U the customer. He County alone pent nearly a 1,4
often as necessary before the will notice whether) :your place quarter of a million dollars In
Legislature in joint session to Is cleaned every day if your i last year's epidemic. The ONLY Why The "Bank Way"Is

urge the passage of desirable help are fully familiar with the i criticism voiced of the work of 1 r
legislation The Governor may merchandise you handle if your this group Is the fact that a reserve -
even go before a committee of sidewalks are swept every day,I fund of *4, 0fl.000 Is kept
the Legislature and advocate on hand to meet emergencies.
If windows clean anda The Best Borrow
oIt legislation your The organization Is "too rich". Way to F Fe
All these powers and privileges lot of other little things some ..,. It would be very easy ,
s combine to give the Governor a TheM are as Important as'the for the directors to raise salariesall .

leadership which, if wisely! exercised items you are trying\ to sell' down the line and use up this
Z and prudently! exerted
would just about Insure passage I
of any wholesome bill. *
New York one of the best INTONE' .

governed States, hu enjoyed this Your Bank lends on aM riendly, Fair /nd Business-Like Basis, a ,
.. type of leadership from its Chief THE ONLY WAX, OF ITS KIND. There Is no question oeither borrower or lender "doing *
Executives.' Governor Alfred E. MAKES YOUR'' CAR KNEW; t
Smith persuaded the Legislature) LASTS THREE TIM /LONGER favor" A bank loan Is Your best jfroot that the project being o

Listings of Improved and Unimproved Yropertles I to enact a large body of wholesome ASK ,THE CAR OWNER WHO/ AS A CUNTONEJOB financed "stands on Its o feet. 1
Throughout Martin County progressive laws. During /

four terms as Governor of Maryland SPRAYED I INTO EVERY CORNER & CREVICE Bank Loans are Confident) 1/We try to Put ourselves in your
ACREAGEI IRANCHES ,William 8 Ritchie persuaded -
Sewal's Properties Its Legislature pass many OVER .HAtY HUNDRED AOBS IN STUART place and work out the mt satisfactory loan terms possible.At .
Point' River-te-Rlver
wholesome desirable laws Under Station the same time, the bakeeps confidential all matters con
and the vigorous leadership of Stuart service
cerned with deaL
Estates: your
Jiplter Island Oeean-to-Sonnd
Governor Harry T .,,Byrd theVll'llnla
Legislature .revised and
C. B. ARBOGASTReal streamlined Its State ,Government Bank Loans Establish Credit Standing. When you repay a

As Governor of California Citizens Bank loan as agreed, yVi build a credit record at this

Estate WATERFRONT nor TUS, ,Insurance more than SO years ago Hi, Hiram 'Repair Spring bank of Instillg sefulness. It'sV "plus value" you get when

omommi W Johnson persuaded Legit- jFor you borrow'at a bank. 1

We are/now/ receiving The Bank h4s a personal interest in your- future. Our com

West", Palm Beach DirectoryWHEN many Kferd-m-get item munity, any this bank grows only tf rough sound growth by the !1

I Individual/ It is to our Interest to give you the advantage of experienced

IN,WEST PALM EACH Jadvice on financial 'mattei a, {

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HAWTHORNE' 'window frame, fkncy Trilled

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OLSMA ..e OLlraBR'S atVll
Mill.W rc Handled Time '
,Member: The Federal. Reserve System, and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.:

a $12 jisorIr SAr) LOCK B'S WORKS' CASiA!' LUMBER CO. 'e The.Bank!- of Personal:, Service" $-.

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t Master Preliminary Plan for 'Glades Water Control LEGAL AOVERTISBMENTarlr LEGAL ADVt>RSDSa1R1eTi. &aAL ADYtRT1.Bla0fTtllOCi -

:: !' a.tan.Ma af ika wiat Iliia af taU p + 4 ta i. so 1y N Q T,lNip00lfERU ///f1U"/ 0' THI

I $esns'. but Ml fr t North alSvana ppRA.CpPYR Ji' NYI FLoiiQ1li ,\

Presented S. Belle Glade aJ0 Kartkaa.1.kt a ln coraari u Ifca Horjk-tkaawJhiurlr T. OUpNTEa1/oN Conl'1 lYlT. / :; : & ..K D t t'h
I by U. Engineers at HearingA Brie a o l.n.foa al Swaan
: 1 to tka nun af the laaUa wawmal Klrar sfa & riff..t, A. D. lost AU e......... aiU b'55:di difR
\ :. tkmca Nartfcwa.larlr ataa tka ta l' .. -.. .....
lb S ladlaa S'rar' la a point aKM LEGAL ACVUTBNtUTN tart At-/rt/ IIii
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1 master pj'imlnary;: plan -=--- -. af .a.arrS at Mini aailai ta theN COURT or' COUNTY JUDGE fIN Yr a.d spa raulrN 5511 5e .a ts "=" 5505
EVERGLADE FLOOD CONTROL PLAN aab Una aaf /M Eularlr aEtrailaaa epUHTV STATE coy 0'55..5
for the control of water in MARTIN Yd 4esa d..b5
J ( Ika tk Hall of sold Oar Lot ttkaaa. : 'O r.-: w.lae
the Everglades region' was JACKSONVILLE DISTRICT vaatarly lilt loot, won arkt. NOrICS sLgi5) e.r.p/I.MT..solast d.. rd, 'rr :r' :: a'sr;
i ., M a point ta t HM wkk* b OP "
t' submitted by the 'Corps oft art EATAT Jedts of flout, t-.
I Hit Ian N.0* al tk. Mortkwa.ttoraar lM.OMr.kry
f Engineers for discussion CORPS OF ENGINEERS af .alt (twanl Swanal laaftkaaa. tort 5LI.&N potturD R YN N) ( MtI./ I. r. anq .::;
KM.I a> KUI .. a &weL ,
t June 18 in Belle Glade r Nonk Itlt Oset to a .1051 MOTICranaaal D ERSSY rat h .radar Ike
at a / aiaa.a>.ali thmM 17'.* '*" ** O e15Us O.Yae.sM. : = '
M .5 of 15505 f fd ::
public hearing authorized r .... )Ii J'I. *u Y af kriiiialiil, tamtkar slob all i Jttdr. Islo.. r M.rtr eras, b 510.1IAN
I by Congress 1 ; Olt SN/ rlaarku riikU- lk.r.aal kaloailat arla Sb. lollowlna daMrikrd pe+per5 ':: :J'.. :: : :: :
aarwb. aplwrrtataliitKKSEBVIMO
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\ h "* VIS* ee.t .trio. ;
Col. Wlllll E. Teal, U S. District -' 5 Tlsemoi j" Lr T rW. f-wSi. :.d shed M .w.r. M :: :: ::::::'
OraaMn. kka
Addltlam kt
sate tka rra.br
; rmetf bM 005.05 kr
Engineer In Jacksonville, .'1 Par aCa ..d ...Ira. s es.NY.lelbtetwse Ww/ e..Ya wt.r.q' 004 r, ":,I
slob /M.nets. Mofoffs 5551sot, X. .. sort ro t/)54/ .5)W
.. d announced the plan devised by I, rss50 h
__ ., hi. M/h/ nsd Y.It w satlm. rar"tk."kit l t'aiid"k ./ ash kid./ auk .old.ftd
his office li In the Interests of ., and lor all purpose. with arwllkoal krt to all l *ill.lalidlat toato aaalaat told ..4.1h)5Ira.00U5I5). aALLAID, ,
r preserving the (continued: use nklola. aaf anlaub el aarlvato tk. frost door af tka CaaitBow. .tls14RY e.M1. ,
j 1 c e'r .v j TMa It Im wld., dana55 55115 M.rtla Cauntr 50i'SI' LOANS: 4 BUTTR1 ALl-AID. a..pt '
fulness of Everglade lands now of and kor.nuron .
t Iron tk. writ HIM t. far w JoIp, +l.tralw
under cultivation, enabling Its danrikrt to the .karr. af ...MIndlaa *"'*'* N 'r.rn.-I: rot.,
t1t't/ Blw, th. aa>lm 111,, af taW BO* ROEBUCK wALTON, Mr.l FI5r/4.. .
eventual extension to cover all med Win 'It.I larl from Ika Nort*, Al 5.401 lnU. Ito of the E.UU af 5'111' p+bawtlr i.w u
arid llaa or tk. ISW) Soatk H.lf af sold .,.bolt. Daaauad.Ulork U.. III
productive lands ROM E Ira J.r tt. JYI/
I 1 promoting QRIICNOP/f T 'l '" is
1...., ... Oov t MICI5ALL 0. IrrNAN
conservation by water Impoundment c .5)5 o tot lb,., .oh a the wsl.a ..5t *01-500 1 Ad.l.rleaas.. LtGAIvLRTlakIENT
'I I i s ref' s00.f I5N00L.r' e Orr 50 h sa0pwtba LM rpsw d 0.b, Ja55 IL 0, 50, J.lp 5, 154f.LI.AL .
,..Iota 5s ON (.y.55.) 'h 5004 rme4e. MOTICI OF !N NTION
The plan as drawn represents vwsotm IiCT' IOUS ::IRECISTil

I'. an assembly of existing engineering ., turl rolQ A q 1 d aid Srlst snd Mane CALl, POR 5(051n ( NOTICI I' lIRlln: : mono th.tw
lath La I, maths I{, TI.s7 thl r. 5o-ed,
data and previous proposals ( Psetle l1 o. r Ms ooos r." pnrbUs.
: s [ ate 'j aa. t Yd poet. h 0.., Lets N COON 10.550. of Maus Ca..,,, := 55,545. ..., .0 Phnd.. e
developed and recommended L.r 4 sad 5 d suds. 55, T.5. 57 ox. 41. FI rid. a 0.)115.) Md. r .,wla 50. 5151, wit.I.t.. 014 lb. Ckr1
by various Federal, i i YYT" X'N .55 otw. .tnk50.PIe S'OAMd Ytea. U 40.55 5YoW asp M.phe.M ::. Obr/t Got .h ..d f. .:
v, State and local agencies as veil a R T .t5.o h iWl.. 500515 Y T Utl, :-'tL': r 0M .:: Mlis e.sdro' tb..01.50 5,
l as recommendations submittedby s1 sob.s t a print' ((5 t5). 50.5 5 0 515 ..S5) olo a 50.5er5 ..05rS ew h.will
$5. K 511.5 p1,05). best .1 U.S.5- .es TnUhe to 4 5t.s I FOSIM.w THill RNRR: IIAUIT, Prow
foremost authorities on Everglades "e.d be $04 4 Msdd-k to Lds5) shy
I syN 10 ...1._ .1 h...
water control problems 550,0. ho w e.sle dual. d.5. Ds.lwb. hlld/u/ ss.rd k / 5455.whit. .....,.. t w wne ,aes..kd bog.
1 05, 1. 1, s.dSled Dapwb.rIT U wb..l bwlM 10.. t.lbwslYRa.. .
;The current, proposal calls for: 1151 .,e 0 s5. h 505,4 5uok I IoaW h Hobe S.Sld tLItNOIA PAIII
II c 4 e t 1 outer, 55 K pal. 5h M.nh Cornts. Rea PraJ.M ........ r......... ,
YI1/< ) Constructing a perimeter = .da, Yid 5.0,15 tt 0 list... lliN. PU 55 basis. M /. ft JYI. .. It.Siw&b .
l' Jevee with an Interior rim canal t 05 457.5 f t .o kb of the .onh IIMW .11.55.5 ho.dstlosAS
I. Y/I 005. L S .I 5.0)50 N, "UTISIltINT
encircling the entire area suitable Tosshlp .550 a.. ot.aald 1 5h.... bids .sa M eM .ft/w/ N r.OpAstsod..t .
for long-term agriculture r.oelp at right del e M r. rtSi. r w 000 tr. 5 .. CALL rOB BIOS
.. of 5.00 .f ., S.s., s d)5aM.sd JsIp sob. 1057.TM TICS IS HEREBY thin IkH *,
(2)) improving and extending the tits e.nN oast 1. 5..5.1Nqa ..5) af Paklb .........,... at u...
I' main canals within the agricultural of Yld 0.., L, 01 th s. soelhwy SosN lea,... ,.5.11 M Mi.e. taaatr. rtorlda, fa wl Int far tat.. *
I .Use tb.o01 Ino of Yid Go1st sly.4.11)51... ana naw atkaal. km Node. I.. loan
\ area and constructing two 5, daass. d 55.5 f..t M tloo'tho..t BOARD OF P001.10 INCTRUCTIO ._1110011...' **
a-n.e of Id 0o.. Let MARTIN COUNTY. A.a .
additional canals, ((3)) construe- tb50r earl! .ion, ho sowh I), M. ROLI NS, 50N55PYbl1.b Saattnc CiMeltrl sate. Puww,
Ing major pumping stations at f.) N Set/os/ 55. T.ws. i, 005 lt. 5stome.ld'Is leo 55. JYIp 1 It forward laelnt tMte. rmntajntrfwk ..

the lakeward ends of each main t 0 Sr .wf.S.Le bard-asM..d oh.5).d.sts 1.. ti.aN.. .Co 4't... LROA.. ADYUTle LMTLLCAL >all rl. kaa.wkaila Itt d."al,)That iwarA tU... II Maa

canal ((41' constructing pumping r. a 5.5.11'. Pant: hen. r.
s..5saeIons 0A0 p-l. 15). o n5)C COTS.TO ( ) AH air.rtur.1 ...... W the Hkal
facilities at the lower of
ends I 0 RTY 0t ,y bad-.afoa.d ro M wlo1MoeeibiIs.ho ALL WHOM IT MA 00 ESN ka Md. taeludlai ald".. .... lrkraerj _
1 the agricultural area at points N. 005,4,050505)0. AND TO ALL INTLRasr P TIES. ..' anr aretlwa or ....... hsbkh
t ., .f tbol .'far 1 et rs&sSIss.d 0.0))., r Mdby .lust a Us. 05,5050151,.tn5ab II ,
where Intersected by the main { be SeMsh S e Jeh.WoOwe Ins s/Y M bad r the Cll11, Cl5e.f allall M of ..... or ... ....a.a..s, 10 .....
canals, ((5)) providing large wa- by w..e..y 5155, d 0/. 5twa, Yloeld., 55 55 L t 5.0,, .55 1. .. ......
.. 15, IYIl 054 (0115 .rp I5 1547, w 55Y0 .0 Ctte o 5i.,5 is
ter retention areas generally ta LIMITS Of VtR SLA E I Ill? .d eme4.4 t tte L L.ekCount1 ...nt 0.Alt f.0 lack, of Ild/.s. Net ((1All vlndnkMd. l Yd de
south east of the agricultural r asaord. h Does N b 55, ..tMY oh. foaowlnt dalbsdtae. flu. atoll I k. of akattar =| ..roastt4os.
I, a'r':: 1.5555. is / DRA/NA6j' D/SIR/CT 1 Ife7 51000,. ,oth.. Ie ..5)n.r..foswald C .NO T, lUb w lows .
on lands classified t as \ .00th 115 M John hrk Addid r 55. L the

non-agricultural, <6)) constructing W.It.e T'ot t. Oh. *4501 w the /osb r west alb S we50 ('c> TIM fist t.a.ro< sad ....
8 "AwlC4. Ina.. kl.I the,. n felt old 00,1. Hisbrp .d oral.A'su. 01 tbo hw ....u he poladd. ..... ..
canals outside of perimeter C// 4 lh. 50(510 st re Ind) aloe' ., Ise the Aso a a dM.nr Y ,.... ohed. be r.. ..... 5.4.f
levee along the north and west M 1 a 51)55) r I/55/ 511 Ian Ytb rId Crwe C ,if.0 0flrob.luh.r Ldostks. .
Y R D al ? M5011N slIb 10, reel nun.
J i f boundaries to Intercept flood .5)5 N the Nortb X .f t urlk 1.u 5I, 10, OI, N Si, 5 t, (D> Ski ....... U. .b,11 M pnwb
\ flows. <<111< Improving discharge < h.If 5) Goe. L.l 4 f S.ot s 10, she lets 5, R 1 55, 55, M N, .......... M .10 h)5sk .Us.., it
I, % F Toss.hip and 5,.,. fome.ld, lbw. I,' m.br Cra.ar t kCllr h. _._ sob miilmnniu frwxrtWkr
efficiency of existing locks and FS a a I'S '4 4o 5..Nale sans 1N/ { [ ..osbof af Btaarl, bloc krtwaaaRo L the. Stato. -...
J structures zed ryrsll.l sll the netb n. Nw .d Ne. i <4U. I. Na. I,
( I spillway at the coastal me Ib b.N, //a soao p0.a.l. tkuin.1 Aranuf aad WtWMBaad W t5th (fi) Tka aekoot kai th.1Ia mkaHwltk
1 ends of West Palm Beach .. .f 0f.e.. (lot. Lt 4 d et. ,Ptmwoo. ttra. e acnaita krakn. kora. .hobo, M
Hlllsbcro, North New River and 'q/'ff4 : .t ", /' seal{., 51 to t5) ...t lise.1 Yld w. t. WboOe, for ..reset.. I ..*..., lint aid ktt and ..d Mk
l rz. '" II i 0 1A 47 the' w0ns. o the 5055)55 A.1INN., .5.1..551 aa nur k. rrqulrrd. lor.wt.
South Mew River Canals, and ) = .werr dpo/nt0.a. 0I {.5) .,d. 554 le d.Ne$0s whotbY w 515 elafe.al rtk5..f .. SOS'd.
: a / t .h..dd M sphold.
18'> constructing several regulatory J' s.tos5)osSt Ob. s 100150 505.00 Or AJUPI'ME 7FOa t P' TM ...... bs ...n S..5.sob
controls for discharging, : : ,< :': : that e 1 Leo r5t 5 THL cccv or STUART. sddltk. ..sl ._,....... ... 5.{
when required U, sods., a5) I. w.5) S5 ,, Se T. J. T. KLNNSDT, 5,5. shl.k ... .. sas.ohsn with .hoW
surplus water '
15 d..0 b C6.4.. Sbkb. 5505 050..055d0M- .110ata .
from the water conservation 1151 .d 011.4 Do.h., IT, 1555, 1.l Prb, 15f t5 Julivy, IN7.LGL Srl.- 5n pea 00.d )5s
r "" :, r.M, Corte. Pea w. 5/01 a- Y r
1 areas. I. D.5) B. to a p.5 1551 the ADVESTIOLMENToyIC& "'" rwlorahk. ... =:.:... t_
Col. Teale! made It clear that YC 8 / t IYrud..5 ,..pitsAO
sp the t lino al tie $ 101TO REGISTE$
I the current plan Is not In final V "
t 4..s di.tM..f ftS I! ICtoTYTEr blda s. M 1 Ib.vine' r ir.Sse.rl.bod..5 .
t form except for Its general alms OseO o M.., to lb. .onh r kOTICt I8 11 lbIco VEsk.5 r.lsdenh.N : 0.. ,: bs.e 5M FJYI
; soof.dwsns T5t1 ,C w.a .. pro. Co ... .
I. .n s.d .11 .name .dloassists.
I I and will be subject to revisions C"o Ll9tN A ode '0* t5). ..rthib 05. N NiwY C.eb y fw/N s L (010.05., sOlb. .. 01 the. hos h .)... h.tar

or additions which further, study mm 11''IT'M MM Coast ,ta| awmttalar will. M _.ore.I!_.._ ... / (oar o avast I rl1, / son n ....). It _.,... shb as'
CUlt ,
I wore r is b .l AnN Coot 15 sod f. r.af. ..... _.1...... In the 80.15 .0,4S.
,in ani. oa MITI titttiol CaiuiSi.
Indicate uutm w 5aa10su K* uvttt a
may A water control == /aw0., toot, ib. uteri. Crap. F5)Ads. .pr d Ipt w ease 411oo.
pa'' of this magnitude for to0.use: mvtmu *t* uvtti: ma* ttfW05. CMAU P C" the 5 ((10. .0 50akn ldw.0. esbiUti..0 rr e r.., d 01.5.f.0. $ ,

program __. uciTm oomiocMl. at* UMLt.touTim .. d)5 of 157.5 fs.5. noesOe ..w., te .It 0 Tha ".... ........ .... rlPl 10 at
the entire agricultural area, he a if ooaiiH. .te a uM MaMai, tnriai* Ir h. (ho part of Me/noios/ r MARTINCOUNTY.CtllINT ORAPT, an
L said, will be a step by step process A bOCATioa toatiolMD. _.. OONTaot irauCTuatSII ..,tint k.r.0os r. some of wy >*1. kkk I mm aaaklH la aanajan.. la b ARD Yp 0;; uh'ic'':: INlTJltK'TIOI
.... .. SI ,KS. tb. Nlds.o rood kV.nl. Coa rt IT'M nut NMCIlt iMMOVtMNT aaoaAILT MOU hol' InWrailad ka.Tnrai Mle
Involving several phases of / J.eo. 54 Pant la .aid b
..... ., a M. ROLLIN''" 1055.10
O II.IT M loot *nu* nmraviHtM SILL II 550151$ M atOftAN
development, each successive w0 bond a. Carb .5 the \ nos15A / W Jr. P401.1. l._ 55. J.I, {. __
- -
+. phase to be provided If grid 'Clash Co.'s ..54fie of s I .0 Yd t41 Juls y.wLECAL LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT

+-' when the need for I IE-; .w APVtRTHtMtirT
new agrIcul- XtiCAL
CAS sea. 1154Dl
tural lands becomes evIdent. High Meat Prices Open Way i
The plan as announced recognizes aanlnlarlr IMo4. BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION TIN COUNTT) f'LOJUD4 It CIRCUIT COURT IN AND eel
i. a principle based on recent 1 1a ... .a.ln. la .... GaaMr at .'raf YEAR 1f 7-1158 IN CHANCERY,
surveys of the U. 8 Soil To Growing Cattle Industry 0.e- our a'w' 41M beer. N
Conservation Service that only 5'f "..I"ISectiea
p. aaHiwmwu aaa.ap NM 550 :
about 12 per cent or too,000 Gararaawnt Lat t af SrMaa l| IAssessments IAwkOBNI ROOFING
Townikla IT bath, Baava ti E u1 COMtANTtbaUa
rI acres of Everglades land Is suitable a Mtat tiiM Srrt amt a( M ktkaaa. ; S OtraaralloaT
I Jacksonville. July 3 "Con- most of the States history In I
for long-term pIM n1 .u and Tax Levies: County Oen School prrdN"
agriculture Tax
'Ii :
G tinued high prices for meat products recent years however, we have ;-? ewd .,
r.j and that the most profitable u& and particularly for Improved our production facilities N ; w PINS fs ten s501I1ho. NonExemptw..$933J4., (Mills) CEORCB R. FATTERSOII

f of the remainder is to devote It of ti.1,50. 5 soSsfy 0wta Exempt ._ .__ 1M313Q Operation and 0.,05.55
'li beef and pork should center in many areas by the plantIng Si.oae-s .f 47.51 t.a (0. M IPM 015.: tl NOTICE TO APPEAR
,iJ largely to conservation areas for attention more and more, on of Improved pasture grasses, a.'kMMr tlM t% Ik. >loft; Certificated1H9. Debt Service .,._,-.1.0 TO GEORGE H. rATTkHHOMtltb
I water impoundment Engineers aaa vau Itt to aa Ir** ala,. 5pOut LOU. Ass J.nee ..
Army -
one of the greatest long-term and Introduction of more and d.'t> tli' :-I: dance h 5050{ YOU aw b.esh Nt/fk1/ Ibb t
believe that provision of Florldlans HIM la tka alt a.a aoutk drww Total ,_ $17,843,081 Total ''Mille.Non by M.M breabt .vast yn hPIor4.H
t' opportunities facing more pureblood stock The feed- ,
tempt U
basic water control facilities al Hi faat to aa Iran plM -a kaartkarla Fs .1l0o s
said William L. Wilson, directorof ing-out of Jlvestoak Is also on akara .1 ...:. M. l,..a RIM.tkaaoa l .; ,torwk.. kh
within the agricultural area providing State Market today. "Our the Increase Ma-t.Ba* aftatha.alrfl.P alMitfaf Seettoa S. ANTICIPATED RECEIPTS AND BALANCES' t* Ik. followlai arjrrlbrl brk
and I believe } < w
protection and water 1 holds .bM a>M II... Ill !*.! la .w alluatotl In Hull. Caaatr, 5'Ioll.
servIce advances In beef cattle production tremendous possibilities tor add Ids Nei stove e.soN "/
Federal Sources "BLOCK *
for both Irrigation and drainage 1455f S..t a the pies s .t 5( ,-. $ 1.S3JJM J AWL-14-
recent have to the
( during years ing profits of producers ...l Tkaarl _. __ .... State Sources Ita* Isis Harkor anordM N W
approximating Hose now been amazing, but there are still Commissioner Nathan Mayo liiyt' kaiwart aa tk. $ kf ,134,34808 alal tb.esOM lib ta the .05504

provided on a smaller. scale by wide-open opportunities for expansion of Florida Department of Agriculture til* Mankarir.. boo al tk. 55. Ir.wo -.r County ft District Sources j 106.886.00 f ,Mi.et1.( G.le, 1G"1d5 bTM
Rise kwalat l lb Owaaiaat
ci li' I some of the existing subdraln- along this line has long taken a very 4 af -=Ir... T.w.: Cash Balances Oen Fund Int. Sink .... Ull.n .a N the .Ylt U N f5.'115S.rMs .,

i age districts,would enable exist "I feel active Interest akla II ....... _.. )BWM' a>ipanlr > Cash Balances County It Dist ncta- 1150 05 .w 551 ml
r we may safely assume In the Stateslivestock la Ov.r.auat SaNt I ;il lli.tl., WWTJ" ro-xV. k <
1 ing agriculture to: operate on amore (Chat today prices will not continue Industry. Our State It, 'Taiukk: II ..-i. Bant* tifawrtkar asst; ,I w Ck .f MM Ce.Sosw.eopbl5tlhd 5100.' / '
dependable basis and wllk tka. rliht al ,oNa. ; U ">. rill al !
fo'' for any lengthy period Markets system operates a Dumber 1_. aat at_. I. ..* f>.,a IMAulna TOTAL AVAILABLE: CASH # old 1 a. ar Mt., lk. II" JV*
would permit; a sound program yet It Is also true that we can't of !auctions, handling cattle, far laot aa..MB.t.. '"I &. CURRENT RECEIPTS ;1"1 0 A O. IM1 alfcw)l",1'* jT

p A of expansion. of agricultural activities see right now just how long they hogs and other animals. We now i avar--aaF-alkar 51_aravmlaat I _._l..dwy. ... f takaa 500 i W aa the a..fian kill al kr rw.b1.5 yMk jWltaaaa

I to ultimately Include development will be paId. However, when a have plans actively under way kat aw ka kar4 aarfaari aa4 fkatltirtat eestioa I. (PROPOSED UPENDITt1JtIS. air k.a4 nt Hlk'*. *."J J

I of all organic soils decline does come, I feel sure for the early development of a tts ar. JU tkU..C.,5 A. D a. sue oho

I suitable for long-term agriculture ... nersl Control ,_.._.__ 7 51414 rorfROf,
that our Flordla producers will half-dozen show places for purebred BIWf. tt the aaotkaul aara r *
t af 80. tot Four. 5514.lies' II Mafaaalal instruction Clark Cl"tt
be able to put livestock on the cattle These exhibition I .
--------- lk: a:a WaiUrir does! 'km (Clreall Cost Snl)
The conservation area% Included 8. KENDRICK GUERNSEY market at a profit fairly com centers are expected to spur Interest <&: baa af aaU Lot t llltt frtl Operation, of plant .----... WILLis BHIRR1LLAlUraa

are further believed to parable with producers In the in the production of bet S a1n aa laai Ire alp.Ikaaap wkbk artk.la the. Bola Maintenance 10. :.00 Fak. J.w* far I*.Ptalallrt St. Jul. S. I*

( eee I be' capable of alleviating much Gaerassy of Jacksonville other States which supply the ter animals" 0:1156 tk. >att Hi., let t. ;. Auxiliary Agencies I 00 ADVEETISEklEIIT _

el I of the attendant evils of over- Smiles happily In anticipationof bulk of the nation meat supply aaralW. to ::r the rival" Saalk IIILai ,wl: r% Fixed Charges LECAL

4, drainage which/ have developed taking office Jun. 13 as This would mean. therefore, that LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ti 41* she .. .... all I M..a.eabede Capital Outlay LEGAL.NOTICE CONCtIM

during the past 30 years Engineers president of Rotary International producers appear assured of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE >4 Lat 4., :.lit 1.1 f.sib.t mX arMrllat ar 1 m*.fM Debt Service 30,000. T'0' ANSI ALL TO wHUM A1.1. 1NTEab5T5D PSi '

t believe that the provisions at the annual convention prices somewhat In line Withthose NINTH JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT M ores.lsi aaatk M.. al L f 4 ta4 a.. 12,618 r
6 { for water retention t AND FOR MARTIN COUNTY STATE ........ *a aa>aa> Oo.Xat f la fU 1 00.5)5. Is beblr )5501 th.0 5re 011N
on IB San Francisco now being paid for a considerable Or FLORIDA. IN CHANCEY. SaMlaa/ St. to aa k/f >>a. %a Ik. 5,05 M Mld IS the CUs H.Y.
i I huge areas of the eastern and period In the Immediate MAROABJtT Q BWAMN a i artk kaali af Jit. t ,V Mfa; TOTAL PROPOSF7) EXPEND ES.-3'3 061 800 51.50,5, Prrlda. at II 5 T n'
....... rstbwur' ... *. 5 47 of 5"
1 .1.515.
lower Everglades will produce future, and a good permanent to" b..k of' L a.... .1.., 5511rt Less Transfer to Bldg. 8. BuRea .!..1( Sr-u"tor ktiSS tf 5 '
l } ? considerable benefits to South Congress, actual construction demand for their cattle and SAMUEL DONOVAN wW'j'} 05051 M ,. es .... ape .p r. /
SB, at ab i iORDER "". aank kaaT af sold Pt." at Fund from Found. ); rs wsHTrssOlkoll.
Florida (IH) conservation ; 1,141.04 bet '
by of
he pointed out, will require the hogs. '. aolat 1U,It fart wrt Iraai tk.. arkt .
water for useful purposes rather proper appropriation of funds "Florida excellent grazing Or kaa af aal vLat t, SraUaa tt, wMa., -
ISutt 0. EiUklUkUOI4 H. NN., .
ftartkarly.t aralbl
> wltk aald >Ilk.af > .
1 I than wasteful discharge to the for prosecution of the works The lands have supported substantial TO, S AIIUt-L DONIIVAN .WA m ar ....1. 1776. 22.044RESERVES1 1..s t..t Poor Str-4 M W

sea, ((2)) conservation of organic expenae of such a construction numbers of cattle through R..d.shoos meldoo..., .111, .LI., .1A1l.....sdd tka rhNsrod aokft araba. af ss0 torlaalaf Lww. lamawrtk"kaakwf ..,.4. ,1 d.t.eehs.. Ckanb.iOAt .SbO I' 1r P'S'

soils by preventing shrinkage program probably will involve URL DONOVAN .MAN .... : ,** .y Ssat 0.1..1 .h.old M 5pA daONINO
and burning, ((3)) Improvement substantial contributions from L15bwaN Ilo.d. ..11''...... .... ..! 1+'!". Klra7 5aARD O AD111RTrRfSroa
end" "UNCIIJ IDWARD 'WAII .IT aaMl .... .. .bj Baa Reserve for Conti enclee-- _, ,w--? ,832.00' Ten 7.rjliNiDT.
/ of conditons favorable to the local Interests or State sourcesIn AGENCIES ADVOCATED Ouhro etch f Hells weedWA a 114 fa*.I I isM .i.y' aida vf Reserve for C Bal, to be 4 b F
ewANIl I 0. 4s... so4 sonWlly' rs
i propagation maintenance offish addition 0 the usual requirements Orlando; 7uIJr 1'FNS( ) GNOatford kr kar b. ..d. _.. II sow 1055 II.... /5)t. 'S5). carried O r 1,211.'
i and wildlife within the conservation of local cooperation, WAND I. WAQNON, wkaai ( .... rig raid kaakatrf t '
Advocating two'central marketIng 4 ll 4ltl .:Nt = .tt AOVERTISOIEW1 ,.
nM Llakmoa1 Raa4' ( 1 bad 111 rn / -
; areas, ((4)) amelioration A high degree of mutual co- agencies for the Florida citrus sod, lcssrdieIANNA; : SWANK pop ,1M son ......., b.eM0.o..pN TOTAL APP 'RIATIONS tt
of winter temperatures to' prevent operation between all Federal R kar k.ak.nd M woe to ..... arvaad RESEjma ttMjwj uft i RT OF CpINTYOOVR'rT. /
Industry, the United Growers U CARRINOTONOOD I _. eTATa i iNORM.
aartr t, aoad raa r r< la
some frost damage to marginal State and local Interests Involvedin and Shippers Association unanimously RICH wbaaa mlaa*. k> 4<' Wait drrt kaak It at" >..* SIS. Mafia. Put IL I REST SINKING FUND
agriculture and (5)) for any phase of Everglades work lallk aLL Sea TarlL/M. T.: Coaatr ra ard.. aaa\.wkkk.' la .*, !
p adopted a resolutionlast FRANK. O. eill 0. W tAtJlt
i maintenance of a higher freshwater will be essential the preparation a.nM I. Ht natk a1, raak Hr aaamal kr Ub m.t A.a "....,..... 1.55.4 a..wes ,01'rotor

a head to resist the encroachment of a final workable planto week calling for Industry York N. Yj wOO' B. GOOD. 0Th. foI....... ...... 01 ., ,,-, II. V r Nitres -.pta 1.p.N. C..t 5.L 0I,8tI.ll1O i1MATa O! !II I-
t consideration of a proposal to RICH vkaaa raw.) **, I la tit Mao rd CtierMd O.w1 :: apSBUCa. NSOr
5 : / sit It T Rs
t I of salt water Into adequately 'serve the beat establish two marketing agencies I IIMk SI., New ToiCN. T.1 SALLYS4 I: t.,'t:: 'f, I.t 5.4 1 --.-_ None None None None !tone" 650.- }, as tORBUCf1

the municipal water supply of publlo interest The success of that would have complete con. B..GOODRICH Wart so.r::: me1d50a Mr* YarT to r... ':"' .... ...rlIt: I ,.,,,.,.0,0578,414 ilt U8l.33 $3.11IO.00 t3J1UI .48I"a. Ndfl D LRto 1 5N

lower east coast cities and the any major plan for Water control trol of the distribution and sale 00.flUI'.... .. .8tf. OOODRICH Waal llaa at j"il1' 4, Iostl55' 0. --IOMI'lO k $ :77540 $5.18700 ",801." r OrdJ
5 at 18,77140S. San C..SN.
t tltlk a tHataavt h. d iw MYth
1 open-well irrigation sources of in the Everglades depends o( Florida fruit, Including that St? N.w V.rk. sillese ANUS )I..... Moo af tka ..u MwUy wl --.- '-- the f 15 f d..r/hN w.aiGiii'F'F. : //
..t many coastal farmers en the willingness\ of the peopleof sold for GOODRICBT. wkar ,..,_ b O.. Lai :i tkoaa.wUk LIs, ..5.114 U.83S4M l I $11.258.71 $9i17.00 e,,
5 Col. Teale further stated that South Florida to unite In a pnning.CONFERENCE N.I..Y.WJpT Illtk St, M.. Yarkaa : aad .! lart Saatk af, .0..00.4 10010. ,t7.7J.7f' |J 4M7J ef 50.Tor+.501

11 'the Inltlatloa of the program la common effort te preserve the M Ie .M orderN. .... tbet :theN: :.soSIS la af, tk_*.d Martk Off, kaa tat,af ta \njUSS TAKE: NOTICE: THAT TCT BOARD. M L.N.Lri M p5r.
SCHEDULED aad .. af ,aa apanrT. kk. kill >0.s af | fart fr a or FOBL.C
subject to many provision Including great natural resources of the Sb.I ti/ OBTRpcnoM wm. ii ewx.f u. t
tes.h/.s/ Had' ..ass ,n Ho>- ?Lf4TfU! J ** s : A KTBUB BAJUIfO AT 2:110: P. IIL d.
the findings of an economic Everglades, Col, Teale said Tallahassee (IEN8)) The dar tka 400 dar af ..":. I:', Ik. Baa af aald Oar, Laiaad 4 0Jf 1947, AT Tm: MAB'mI 10 A-a-
..5. Ma a ask Dar 'to sold twr, Ik. Wa.1 Haa af Ik* kMt Mraf "SU COt1rrY,COIiaT i JOB herb
survey now under way to annual State conference of vocational aad tka Stuart News b .... d..hrW: O.... Lwt 0. t dbtoaatal 1155 fur. !: or DISCUSSION! MOsgpioTlIHN- __ _tGS
determine the relative ratio of MEETING' ANNOUNCED agriculture teachers will .f the. "."__ ta WINS 'kk .... to .. -apps Of Ik. AND RATI
.hn 1 .M ....110...... .Lfe1.r. "CATION or TILE ABOVE!
I es.s s ,.. seerrnwrrv. ,.. O! 8roTEOT TIT
benefit to costs: which must bo Orlando, July 8 .. Al Werly, be held at Daytona Beach July -... 1M .. of lit ..". sWIOaTr.) w s f10/M'INI'.M.k

favorable: In order to receive president of the Florida Association T-U, State School gupt. Colin r....that....tka.. rf.karrtaaftar tk. MK. lr daMrlkrd to .....a laadwa. eraad .. ::....:.: of'I"t/' .. BOARD or' rOBUoMARTM IMITMJOnOJl Wt Yv, 5N to

favorable recommendation: from of Realtors, has announced English announced this week tka kaaunaad w Edward lease Mr MaddaaTto EdwwrdSwa* <. -, oamrrr 101 Cr-wpAL'fON l.
1, his office to higher authority the semi-annual meeting of More than 100 vocational agriculture ..:.id, aad Mat tka fa> auub tub jUrrrtkW. /to Daad rrr *rd k. ktuH.. 7LORW.1f. asi.bw. S" w r
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i > Even If a favorable report U board of governors of the asisolation teachers art expected to 5w.... Tka 5 .helr al ... nalaroarrlr ra.5.tp tkaaaa Marlkwrt. jh ,
'made* ] : to en July It In Tampa" fctteiMb -' b llt la WaM Baa af aald kuvTaa/wMV/ 5 CbeJndaa: "
by: Army Engineers i kartta Ca M>, Floedt.W/ M Ban ,.5I opt to* Mtat, to /b, ".... Publish June Jl, 1M7-;; I AY.ICwAlAwaLFlib. y.Afl. r

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t'ThE jgrcA&i HEW*. UFAET! Hurtle county, npwj>*, 'JHTRSDAI: 'jn ,i, j*.." CAGE II.JIft1t! ) ')! i

Annual Four-Month Hugh J. Bratley of Belle Olade: elude some of the most productive grass. paragrass and Bt. Augustine ki\!)!' /

Watch Week's Legal I 'CHOBEE ISLANDS secretary and treasurer truck land In the State j grass grows In protuslon.I I, 'l lt: I.

yglNKER The organisation followed a have about 1300 acres In cultivation According to experiment eon. :

For Hurricanes Is Begun meeting here at which representatives most of It in beans, peppers ducted by the Florida expert
Instruments J FLOOD CONTROL from seven counties and eggplant ment station here the Islands I

voiced approval! of a $30,000.000 The muck on the Islands built will produce about 1000 pounds "jif.lj
Miami {ffi The C 8. Weather "ECIAL WARRANTY long-range water control program up through centuries. ranges up of beef an acre '
RED MIX I Bureaus 14th annual watch Everglades Park "Ip I. lIoJ, 1 t.'L D.,4.4 sL w.au BOARD SETUP embracing 588300 acres of to 10 ft. deep, considerably: more liuxinuuilillilinuuoulillxuluuaqRefresh. L ,

CONCRETE tar tropical hurricanes openedat W. A. Ptbw. it o. !. Cbwbi. .. AMo land south and southeast. of the than in most of the famed "
12:01: a. m.June 1$. WiWifeWillBe c. A. ,".*."... .1-4 u I... Wrd.Wife big lake. vegetable growing area around Yourself, \ ., "
9 For the Ewk: I I.. l.....
next four monthsuntil '0". H. ........ .0.. i..T.T.Oueklr..a.WARRANTY Belle Glade July I (W) Supervisors of the three !Islands the big lake. When Out ,Our Way
U:50 m. Oct
p. 4J hundreds
REINFORCINGINUM in the new flood control The district went on record I''
AttractionCreatures ._.. Plant to of
of weather experts In Big Churl- H AlCU m Chass w. push development )
..nAawttH.m three islands In the southern district areKraemer : u favoring lowering the lake
nearly u many: stations will IMvwopaiMit Company |4Ckirb level to 18 ft. from the
maintain a round-the-clock IId.: ..... 11_.. part of Lake Okeechobee were Clarence Aspey present EA L' !
0.jBL for the birth of these unpredictable vigil of air, land and H.. AI_.. U KwluU. Dan made here following organization Frits Stein and Bid Long. IT ft. until on the facilities mainland can to be bring provided -i HjJhr

water to be found only in the mi.m'n S. w. tl..Go. of the Island Flood Control Ritta Creech C A. Thomas
wind storms which .
In the ......as.55R .. It even lower. Other Interests in
11.11. M L. H r0on > I SOD HOP
( S past have reaped a toll of over Everglades will be the chief at- Gall a ... District. Inc. and J. A. McQehee the area also have asked that the /
15,000 lives and have traction of America% I newest na- P. Km: ..r to A. P. KriiM..r. R. Y "Bob" Creech of Rltta Tarry Roscoe Braddock, F. : ,
cost hundreds tional ,A P. a'1'\.Io.1 Vokn.' C. LwliNvrmMk Island, was elected chairman and A. and D Let water level be lowered from 17] FOUNTAIN 1 DRINKS ,
of millions .of park. \ 1 ftotHrt. E .L. Muneh Leltls f ti} 'f ,
dollar in *
STEEL ALU ;INUMMASONRY K.rtl. V. torlu .* u..,.. H...... Organization of the district to 16 ft.Many. j SANDWJCHESXA COFFEE J Ii | 'ill
All national and .
property: damage parks monu- _... .. 11... .'.... ....Wnl' Ia c. bwkw. It '
50-10 or 'Io..d.. to .,,11. *..... followed passage of a bill in the cattle fattened 1 '
W DO Although the U. 8. Weather ments fall Into two groups T. : : are on INDIANTOWN, FLA '
..... '
Bureau has maintained a hurri- natural and historical. So development Ith.I E..1,.Ho..l T.Tt0.!. wb Clair, M Vlolv A. Clb.011 1C Pny.oK.u..... HUM at of Florida,.10..... .M. 5Y.I u.... ..A.. .HmiM....... recent session of the Florida the three islands, where napea IIIIIIIIIIIIfmllIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIItllllll l:1 j,, 11!j
cane warning service since of the Everglades Na- Ilw,.. H. Twuw til A. w. ........ ...... ., Hurld. (a c. F M.rlo.Hl.l. Legislature creating the Island ,
1873 .
.. if Florid' te 1KI.bon.: '
WHITE Jok> JT Hun U A W flood control district, which
has spent thousands of dollars tional Park will be aimed at preserving Turku C.r..r t on to J.h'i.r.: X ... 51.a 01 ,1o.ld./ I. Pwnklln K. Fwlla.
PORTLANDCEMENT on research and hundreds of and protecting one ,of AFFIDAVIT ...,. ., 'Iorld.. M 010. O. tiny. ... granted authority to build permanent -
man hours In study: there is still the great works of Nature, let- C.Thra4on......... Icl Moo> Th.. .,Public.. T.. ".1011.. M.IIe" Count. to Jua4., ., ,.... trot.doll. .. levees around each of EXCLUSIVE AGENT f :
no way: of accurately telling ting Nature take its course. t, A. portrr sodears... ,Publl., 1'.1.' the three Islands, with the cooperation trI"
Phone 748 Fort Pierce when, where or how a hurricane Development will be carried C. T. W.II CHATTEL I u ...Iplo MORTGAGI VII.... : ., t4., 54.51,,,. M, PeYnL. ,ra.rk.tN of land-owners, the t tCENTURY '
., .. State and Federal Governments ?
is born L. C. F .p"' Jo to Rank .h.k. kamMnrDISCHARGE FOR '
and exactly what It will out by the National Park ServiceIn SATISFACTION OF MOIITGA The three islands,.said to In- :
do. ,. U. t, AJTB to Job.. UwU
such away: as to permit people tt4 bank ConimiMlowr.: to C. : .

Grady Norton, chief of the to see and enjoy: the area bank Hum,of P>hakM U H. a. .....*. ; :
Miami bureau and a veteranof while the facilities for visitors Km FnhnU ..1... .... Loutllo A........ SCATS >(

REALESTATE 13 hurricane seasons..:. points intrude. little as possible Into Hurrh K.. W 1, R. PwMnw. W. .CulhWrt J.. Abstract, Service ;, I ;I iI

out that great strikes have been the natural scene PARTIAL .ELEASCE OF JUDGMENT ( ,I''i\\!:
C.neral Tin o.d Rubble Iwnvutr U I NI N".NANCINl.\ I ,
in forecasting hurricane .
movements. once discovered, but I
RECORDS BROKEN Clarks ,.. II 1_. .

Uttle In the la known early of 1900s their knowledgeof cause. Gainesville, July: 3 All Robert a.C.vln L.'MORTGAGE.. M ud....Loin.. AwMbUiM tUft. ,....,... Abstract and Title. Insurance Co., Inc. I RICHARD 'CRUISERS :l JI

a hurricanes movements previous enrollment records for C....., owe I I'', ,,11
were so vague that the entire the of Florida summer Count' .f H.rll. U c. K Mill. .
University twintr M'nln Ip John D Huvrara.SUPPLEMENTAL STUART MA INE SERVICE'
coastal section, from : MORTGAGE I ,q'
Brownsville session have been broken
e Iou..... K lunrai .. u l. rk.t h.,1 l 1 W.ORIDA 1 I,.
Texas, to Charleston 8 C, with registration here of ap- "'.1./ ... .nd loon A..wMllal" STUART, J'f
was warned of the AGREEMENT Phone 33 : ; I,'
storms Stuart .
students for Box 94
approach proximately 4,700 I
J.rk C. 11........ and. Roast. t' 8.1. 10 Victory ArcadePran Quissenberry, Pres. \
and when It did hit .....
the firt'of two six week terms, I
the mainland it struck the heartof : I ,; DEED \
In ents officials announced ..... ot 'h.lda is F.U..bo'h' 5,4.5.. .1.j ,
s Mexico. In 1945 warnings were I ,

West ordered and displayed West Palm between Beach. The Key ; :! ;
Clhw :
THROUG UT MARTIN hurricane center hit Homestead DOLLARS -"s : "
-about the center of the area BW. 'I"
-and the entire area warned SPENT IN I j ; HOME FIRMS "
was lashed by severe winds. MAR TIN COUNTY M"

w. ILTON Forecasters have worked yearsIn MARTIN COUNTY OFFERING YOU '
hope that tome clue could be "

REAL RCor found to the mysterious cause STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY THESE SERVICES ": ( r

ommercial St and Old of Hurricanes Some years there .
Dixie Hi-Way, are 20 or more, Others only one _
two -- I'
or are reported. I
Jensen Beads It has been theorized that I'

years "unusual weather" '

such as the United States experienced $TUART Electric cand Refrieer.SUNOCO ''I WILSON'S I For .I GAMBLE I't' I
this spring -w with Ii!

sonal snows and extreme cold No Job Too Large Or LUBRICAN S '1
REBUILD and CONVERT On the Ocean's Edge '
and I
waves, gives rise to more'thanthe Small FRICIDAIRE' nll'l nll'lToo I I

YOUR OLD MATTRESSwith storms.normal This amount theory of has tropical not VARNIEN MELS HOBS SOUND Martin Ceuney SANDWICHES All Tpof 'EMERSON and RADPAINTS Jt"; i i .h

worked out. Others have FENDERSEAL BEER WINES I I I
under the theory that extreme Y tinder Car C.atlnr. 8 Electrical ContraHobe ; .
INNERSPRINGSCALL dry springs cause hurricanes In sHEJIwaJ"i5-w Aka Day Phone i I uart New. atea SubmittedDY .
the fall This too has failed rON7PROD s Sound 3211 n Year 'Round
LL 710 Of course there are the farm- 128 Nite Phone BEACH I Office Supp y DepL \ Job "'Large Or Too SmaiLI
phone 214 Fed. Hi-Wa Stun JE
I Next TwP. 0., Jensen Beach + ,
erflshermantmateurweather Arcade F. O. Box i77 I Stuart 118S-J ____ I
We Will observers who have their pet __. a i

theories)) But aching corns, exceptionally -

f-tt tar four jaatna* ) : heavy: crops ot wild ) ; --I I
saw grabs, early migrations of } Web Qrdway Stuart i Jensen Hdwe
: bio. ,
ywceMl ps fIIIIN birds, movements the Semtn- Qninn s Store ',. I

C wpi eta build yovriatrea ala Indian tribes and lumbago In Molors Auto Camp I
supplying the following the spine have thus far proved Meats, Groceries '

unsatisfactory indicators of big ,,,, foods AUTH.IIIZEDDIEALU FOR Uncle
new futerisls: hurricane years. I .. Billy sez. Modern Cottages TRY THEM THEY
e I..nrl .Salt jcs {
ooue DR
Since there Is of And Trailer C urt ARE THAN '
no way predicting MORE
Slumps A...... ..._
Isal hurricanes, the watch- ..uKDWcTiBRARVJensen ALES Alto SERVICE iE.eksl..rk.aradM. II......b....... p.5IMld./. I RENTAL IV DAY, WEEK ORMONTH I'I
\lax pad APT TO HAVE ,IT.
.tllIJ, ful waiting method Is the only: DAY AND NITEI TALL )
Layers(|felt way to Insure adequate warning. Beach WRECKER SERVICE I CONVENIENCESBLAIR

Button tjfts Thus vast network'- con- 5' .4 ... P..4. 5.1. soot ,,REPAIRS and BAKER Jensen Beach t

I,h nected by science's most expeditious \ PHONE 9142 U you live cut your span of life, old Dl.l. Ml W.r PkwUlt* J .j j
methods of communicationswings PHONE 8181-J I
VtCA eovJrlngHandles __ 1 and stand up for :your rights, I'
a giant, collective eye __ .
lor turning toward the Carrlbean Sea during Just take It from a guy who __ __. -__--,. "f I I i II)

Mint robed edge the ,four months of .the ---- knows you're In for many fights Docks '

Com Lebullt "hurricane season" VObRE THJNKINO OP YOUR) AD J It may be in your flame, Sweet I Stuart Taxi f I'I I :;' .
letely The service Is operated for '
*nttress| will be two reasons: to save lives and OPCONCRETE THIS SPACE .,.... Home" more likely .at :your &wallswork ...? ::

retiVned jwlthla property: where a hurricane but you will} hav' to hold SERVI I w I 3

strikes, and (to sufficiently! pin- : wIL&BR1jVGRESULTS .. r your own ..h",' men and women ?Ae.."" Boat Houses ? ,

[8 Hours so point that the other lone areas to need be affected not be A MALL COST lurktTher Prompt'Dependab: e ,All Types Of MarineConstruction I "' '

TOT L |;OST ONLY troubled with. expensive. prepara. EVERY, WEEK ar' employers, we'II allow, Courteous

tion, des I / who give the'r help square deals, I Ivan Taylor i E I II
Preparation for hurricanes has
14.75 I
become a major Item. Cities along PHONE 300 'tI'hopa, enough so folks call buy PHONE 1491TRUEMAN P. O. Box 474 1 itmxnt }
Maitre ea the southeastern coast have FOR "THE AD MAN" I '' a mite more than. ther meals PHONE 104JSUBSCRIBE

grown and Industry Increased Ht-w Y HONt r 4. but there ar' others, you'U eon- i'- .---- --- --- _
In Miami alone It costs more
Boll: Springs than .1.000.000 to board up fora -- e less wbe, II they had the' way __ .._ i 9,I

hurricane. The coat of board- they'd lengthen out th' workln" 'I t

Studio Divans Ing up and evacuating one PITCH ORD'S week and shorten up th' pay! I
chemical plant In Louisiana one Fertilizer '
Direct tjlomManufacturer year exceeded 750000. TAXIf I Some people get an Inner ,\Joy: pushln' folks around, they're To One Of The Best ,t

With,the entire Weather Department pot content to hoe ,their, row and stay'within the'r bound. THEY TUXEDO i
Weeklies In The
's resources, the close- Pea ENt I j. v I i K WANTTItE'R RIGHTS, but HECK wit YOURS, er th.ts th' FEEDS J l I

knit cooperation of the Army: nd Boats Is with a "DECK ANDGENERAL States i'' i
Cottages way: they act! th' only way they want to play p pWHOL
You and Coait Guard and the ,
-To Navy 9154 LINE: OP i
combined vlglllance,of thousands RETAIL Phone THAT'S STACKED'!* INSECTICIDES I ..J I j IV{
it of ships at sea and com- d POULTRY REMEDIES '+ } ,1

mercial air lines, the great winds Safe fofr SaJe AJ. IJ. .IJ.I STUART FEED STORE ''I'I !
REALJsiviNCSSpecie may: come uninvited, but no JENSEN AEACHrvi IN -STUART] USE IHFUc.LU.\vIE..PHONEIII. I THE STUART NEWS ,t ,ir,13 I

Attention longer unexpected ATAKICMEAPI-1 S ACK MARTIN. f
{ Mfr .j $3 a year $5 two years
I BRIDCC '_ __ .- I (?
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Hotels A NEW --- -- -- --------l.
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Toju -'s Court THE Dl CH I '
$ ag Moan
STATION Give Your Car or and See ,

p rtmelltsV't4t i KITCHflNHOME cLAaweou ,Py and ,A Complete Check Up' DRY CLEAN HIGBEEWOJllHAM/ & r

T; ores OPEN ? D YS >rN R4 .)to..... VAILV .
4Jr1L4ss Beer and Soft Drinks MOTH PROOFING
ATF9r E Genera! Contracting 1 1PELiCItoV
Sandwiches. Soup, Pie Year Guarantee;
lint ((1 ) "
Standard Oil. Co and Repairs
Little I SM MUee So. el Stuart ea LADirS STOCKINGS 832
X14 e Federal HIWay No. I MEN'S SOX: SleekBox
lilt Xll a H1 ay aALPH P. CHANDU", 0.... ne Palm

Ste S12 lid Beau .,,5I o GULF GASOLINE D4. HI wa Jensen Beach Uy: ,Bridge On .Th* ,

uo s AK5oN Avg. PswNS ___ _Right
1?? N r 2n St.

(Next 't Hors a) NIC The Best ,
Merrirhan'lTavejrn '


/ ApVkancesKitckeA
I9JOJ{ i Firppeat SEASON Roof
ft.Cleeed.i 4. u a SYSUNRAY tnsTAttlrel+ Repairing Laundry, ''
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West Ps U, Beach SHUTTERS Ope assP.r"-T'ill p, Cabinets abet all 'Mnallappkancea. '

/ > ,::Jot}. ,,alGI cJ: el'lroaa Taper $1.50 u.,, : Saturday* Till;, f p. m. Phone 511 So.9141 Colorado and Leave A.. Radio

Edwin A. Mewteger"fl 1'e' ''fie LaWt ISwy 6buUesPrndoots I>. WZ' CWK. : WEDNISDAT< M.u ate MARTIN) COUNTY, ,anF

.* HoweeW Tre Mao"Stuart I/FPdF/ 1Nt s NOON .....* P. o.a-.au ELECTRIC Ph 81 r

Wart News C.....w 'Ads FforU*' flit Owa1a AN. : $UL'bt: W...c.dl..aoX" _3M Akron Ave rhoae U Stuart,FU.'

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pairing the organ, providing new, MEETING MOVED tr "
> :! i WATERWAY PROJECT CITED I project that "the committee Is TORNADO LEAVES PROOF loots and other change Henow
A recent issue of the Congrel'J convinced U sound, needful and expects to clear more than Because" of the holiday J: i
,: i atonal Record reports that the 1 sufficiently advanced In status FISHINGIN \_ 1 1fi 8,000 after repayment of the morrow, Kiwanis Club hey I
.M 11j' long-sought deepening of theIntracoastal and should be constructed i original $2,000, which bad been weekly noon meeting ton,,?1&
I Waterway from promptly the public Interest"It borrowed. the Woman' Club. Last milan
Jacksonville to Miami has been Is project 663-R, the R Indicating The talents were Invested by session was devoted to,fgln "
\ : \\ endorsed by the national River a revision of ,a previous % grocers in small stocks in stores, committee. reports prior tjr'i
: ', and Harbors Committee as a application.NOTICE'. by farmers in livestock and board of directors' mtetui. iJ
St. Lucie 3'vise
I c Region i seeds or used by housewives to i Chlsholm' Tuesday IIllbll
v sponsor home work projects. George Park wa hostCLARK'S

rn write this with bandaged shellfish The area In which he .
; fingers and a blister-the size of was fishing, he said, was covered SHOPOVER
a dime on my right thumb. The with a gaseous, nauseating
i It reason? Jacks Not one or two odor. One member of his party A&P STORE ON 4TH STREET
( t i j' OF CITY EQUALIZATION BOARD MEETING We prepared to handle \
., I pounders. Not three or fourwunderi. was overcome by the smell. are any 'p.iob
11 t Notice IR hereby given that the Equalization Board of.the But man-sized river The Caloosahatchee Conservation -
: City of Stuart will meet on onday, July'7, 1947 at the jacks Mating from 12 to ISx Club Is on the Job. F. O. M AUTOMOBILEPAINTING
j ...
hour of 10 A. ''M., at its usm\. meeting ,place l in the City >unds.. and darned/ I don't Walton Smith director of the LET US MAKE THE OLD (AR LOOK LIKE NEW

Hall of aid CUy, at which p\ire and,time the City Assessment ers believe mixed there's In 'with tome them.20-pound-Get marine Miami laboratories Is Investigating Universityof and NO JOB TOO LARG /OR TOO SMALL

I Roll for the year 194\will b-e\ submitted to aid down around Bewails Point Just the Fish and Wild Life service Estimate* Submitted without Obligation
i ;,. Board for approval ; further nl\'ee .(fs hereby given that after day-dawn and If they're Is being asked to assist
I j All persons desiring to have corrt\tion made in said Roll, lUll hanging around, you'll see The Miami fish expert said I W. R. CLARK// ProprietorBER

I whether In the lifting, Valuation a property or otherwise, strikes that look like wash tubs that he felt If preventative
I I are required to file with the City/AiNitor' and Clerk on or tossed In the river. But don't measures" were taken soon ri --- -
before the day previous to the/mecl\K. of said Equalization -' cast at 'em. Just don't. I warn enough It might be possible to "
t Board all f aforeaaid.. their/TetitioiKsettintr forth their you. Don't do It with a light halt the spread of the red tide. "" ....:. "We Sell tnl Dest" -i4' "We Service the R.t"

objections to :such Assostimcni!" and the>porrpcUons which fresh water reel. Some of those "This time," he said, "we may .. .. -- Buy our
babies tripped my line off so get; on the spot soon enough to ; i
they desire. to have made. fast that It wasn't 10 seconds locate the cause more definitely L,: ;' \ ',-:.. Refrigerator -- Radio ;'- Appliances
'i \ Core> the spool showed and than we did before." 'Y"' '
I bingo I Another plug. After half It was reported recently that :",.'..'. :1 :\ \Where T J Guarantee

t 4 proEurit a dozen donations of Pal-o- Copper sulphate and hlpochlor- -;..'" : I Is
mines I quit, got out the mercur- Ite might allay the infestation Backed By
I' 'ulls foit ochrome and the bandages *nd but the 'chemicals may not be Paul Shoff, a survivor of the storm, examines a post that was
it I, "e1f\'I\ City Auditor and Clerk, applied first aid. effective In the open waters of driven\ 10 inches Into this gnarled tree stump by the tornado
e the Oulf. Such tides are com- BART ETT ffiROS. SERVICE
; that struck near Vienna, Ohio. Five persons wet killed, scores
Nylon lines give me a pain Inthe mon off the coast of Californiaand done by the
i neck. They are strong and Peru and a similar occur- wen left homeless and heavy property damage was 317 Osceola Ave. / Phone Stuart 201
snrain/unn i/ i i i i nlunlnlnlilolniunlrnnuanuuunulunmluluuummlq"sugar l i !! tornado In Its sweep from Ohio into VYeitern Pennsylvania.FENCING
they cast well BUT they also rence took place off the West
have a tendency to override and coast of Florida in 1884 around. -
\ 'n' snarl, and a damnable habit of Cedar Key. ADVANCES i COURSE BENEFITS CITED
j spice cutting In" to the spool when i It.I is denied that the fish CATTLE INDUSTRY I I Daytona Beach, July 3 -
a big fish Is hooked. I may soften death were due to suffocation Passage by the 1947 Legislature well those L
"Young people, a* a
land plenty of ALFAR j up toward nylon In a few weeks or dumping of war surplus ammunition of 19 local laws relating to I who are more mature may get ,
but right now I am mad over a* had been suggested livestock fencing marks the continuing lot of benefit by enrolling for
losing a whopper of a Jack Blamed Is the micro-organism advancement of Florida's' I a of the '"'
training; In one or more ?
t 1 When youngsters reach "that certain age", they are 5 through that -cutting in" attributed 'dlnoQagollate' I' m nod lum" cattle industdy, the researchand craft courses to be conducted at df and
and would not trade all which apparently exudes poison division of the i
a Industrial '
1 and almost Market July 1-18 -
the cuddliest .Jhinjrs, you hope they never | Holly Hill State
the Nylon made by'duPont for affecting fish life. florida State Chamber of Com- BuildingMateriali
I out of it. Regularity of habits plenty of good = and Aug. 11-29, aid Miss Julia
grow some good, old fashioned hard- The Miami man suggested merce stated yesterday In its assistant directorof
5 sound sleep and a supervised diet which calls for | laid linen. that disposal of dead fish, which weekly business review. May Florida Sampley State Markets, In

| Alfar pasteurized milk deep generous draughtsof a a previously were scraped and "No .other single evidence of commenting today on summer- '
The Ashley Brothers of Kentucky shovelled off the beach at con the improvement In Florida's '.E
1 it all this. has helped in the building of firm, | came all the way to Stuart siderable expense, might be livestock Industry is as symbolic I time activities In this resort arEa."TALENTS"

I 5 sound bodies, firm bones, lustrous! sheen to the hair, = I last week after reading In this handled by dragging and seining of progress as the changing attitude are more plentiful
II I and a twinkle to the eyes 5t column a couple of weeks ago areas off the beaches before on .fencing, evidenced In! RETURN
I'II E= about the excellent fishing the fish come ashore. "The fish the increase in local fencing: $8,000 TO CHURCH We May Wave What You Need
= only to find that St. Lucie canal could then be piled up and used laws Resolved to I Iti simplest
t 1 Milk is the universal food for growth and had "loused things up." Here's for fertilizer" he said, "thus terms, it U economically profitable -, Bluffton, O., I'' health, and there is no purer mIlk| than Alfar. hoping they caught some black making a little money and getting to fence today for the values: 1 II being repaired and remodeledhere
I It's a family favorite. Keep yotir refrigerator bass, anyhow, In the plentltude rid of the stench." He added of Improved livestock and pas- on returns totaling some SHRICLEY, Mgr,
of fresh water that' with us. that the University of Miami had i tires warrant the expense. 1 $10.000 Inspired by the parableof
= well' stocked. with Alfar PaiAcurized Milk. 10 talents. Twenty
no fund. available for carryingout "Including four laws passed the years East Cokst Lumber
We're lucky over here. The extensive research Into the his year and effective almost ago, Pastor Ernest N. Bigelow of
11. i destructive Red Tide of microorganisms fish death problems. Immediately, the tally stands at the First Presbyterian church
which killed millions Mayor W. Roy Smith of Naples 17, totally fenced counties: Bro- read the parable to his eongre-
I of fish off the coast of Lee CoU also said no fish had come ward, Charlotte, Collier, Dade, gallon and then sent among his & Supply Co.Phone .
= ALFAR456 ler and Charlotte counties In up on that beach and that durIng DeSoto, Duval, Hardee Highlands congregation a plate containing
I December, January asd February the previous infestation fish Hlllsborough, Manatee, 200 "talents. 22 Stuart Florida
t has come back to that sec- did not appear at Naples until Martin, Orange, Pasco, Plnellas, Each of the talents was. a $1 IC
several nor'wester had brought Polk, Seminole and Volusla, and bill, and the minister asked -
tion.According -
to the Port Myers them down from Sanlbel. IS with laws which cover partsof those of the congregation.wh
I 5 Flamingo ,,rive I Phone 7175 5 news-Press: Joe Fernandes, Mayor Smith said he had counties. wished to take a talent, and IS
t Estero fisherman, was among the noted a peculiar dark green sub- the good servant in the parable
WEST first to report Indication of a stance which seemed to bubbleup I TEACHERS RETIRE build It Into more. '
IIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIMIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIllllllMI, IIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII new disaster. He reported in the water several hundred Gainesville, July 3 a.W T. Yesterday the talents and 'SEEIN 'S BELIEVING!
.+. mackerel, kingfish, pompano feet off the Naples pier' last Nettles, district agent, and E. r. were turned In to the church,
I. mullet, trout, redflsh and snook Thursday but he could not say DeBusk, cltriculturUt with the were tunrde In to the church,
University of Florida Agricultural and others are exported' to continue -
were dying as well as horse- whether It had any connection
r' New kind of water shoe and lady crabs and other with the fish deaths. ; Extension Service, retired to return until fall
Monday after nearly 30 years on The Rev. Bigelow had wished We Wai r to Stow You What
j dries the dishes, too rr iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii, _iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii, the staff a return of $8,000 to pay for re-

\l : I ,', Notes of Interest To VeteransGeorge LIST your Rooms, Apartment 4id Rental the Universal eep' will do

Home with .
it II. Moore V. A. Contact OfficerAt us.
1' / / office of H. R .Lowery, Jr Fort. Pierce Headquarters FULFO 6 AROUND YOUR OWN FARM
\ 1 to 4 p. m. Monday. lOa Atlantic Ave.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII111111,1111,111111 .
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I I ,I Does the loan guaranty pro or compensation and subsistence AUYIi\G SL'I C RENTINGl'HOrjKtlrWANACEMENT
f' 1I 1\\ gram last Indefinitely? When allowance concurrently.

should a 'veteran planning to Q.-In getting a guaranteed Wr' O. Box No. 4
I ; enter school next fall make arrangements loan under the OI Bill, must my I 32 urth lorado Avenue
for entrance? How loan be secured by a lien? Phorte 317
much longer can a veteran re-
Instate national service life Insurance A.-.Not invariably, Undermost Stuart, KlorldaArtMatal
I \ I ,circumstances a Hen will
Dishes dry to a uparkleV See the new Permutit without a physical examination be required as security for a .
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t I without toweling when AitmatiellometloterCon- loan, but there are a few conditions -
Those are Just a few of the
l'f I ditioner today. Easy to own.I under which a loan maybe .
i I. washed and rimed in varied questions that come In unsecured.

: : 1'ermulit. softened water E R M U T IT"f every of day the to Veterans contact Administration. representatives -- Q.-Do the veterans' rights to FILE'Sfor I
f 4 Soft suds make. ,lau a loan'' guarantee extend IndefinItely
water hard / -
t I rn tooter Here are the answers:
!f. dry eparkling white wilho into Q.-I World War U veteran ?
am a A.-No. A guarantee may be . .
ruinous rubliina. Bath a and plan to gobo school
t \ '. OFT WATER had if applied for within 10
shampoo are delightful. I b".t asp u.a ray. 0.ii .- under the OI Bill for the first years from the termination of Ease of Operation :
time next fall. When should I
World War II which has not

,1 IiI East Coast Watfer nditioningto.For't school arrange? for my entrance Into been declared yet.

v droi In and tell ui
Phone cite
A.-You should arrange for us- us-or
530 South 4th St. I Pierce, FU. Ninety-nine out of 100 forest
your entrance Into college or fire are caused by people what day you wild like to se the Universal

I: I t Tel. Ft. Pi frce 884 er 532-W other Institution of learning at "Jeep" demo traced, without bbligation, oo ,
the earliest possible moment.

:1, \\5"" --- -- ------ World Q.-How War much II veteran longer reinstate can a Q r Ie Art M.leI DIne,..roiee, your Wc'U own farm.hoc: on your own I implements and[ ,If I f
national Fervlce life Insurance Q (a .rt luuod .... 'miny ad- show you the pi ling( power of thfc 60 bp "Jeep 1cep"
PALM Mete!
: 1 without a physical examination? *inu.M that Art Engine and 4-wheel drive at tractor
A.-NSLI term policies be bu de.eloped In l.bJfMaturr .
206 Datura SA Phone 3175 i haul {i
speed of 2'/2 7 mph We wait to
h, reinstated without a physical t1t of buildin* (a you
WEST PALM BEAC FLA.ba examination until Aug. 1. Veterans v I cries equipment. ta! M.elIt or tow a load his the "Jeep" oi any part of ,

I who have let their policies .es cs this. (Ofn4rt.| line b a your farm.

I ,II lapse comparative may reinstate health by statement signinga file lot twrj. biHinMo. ..... You've read bout all the. Jobs the postwar tlI

+ I and paying two monthly premiums v v UniversalJecp'\ ; will da Now, see 't and dove I

orm As ACTS it yourself, Wh i can we come out? j Ij I
II Q.-What benefits, other than TAX o TITLgIN
subsistence allowance. I II a vet- Arsons
eran entitled to while pursuinga sac WITH J'' TAWOf1M 1
n konf2.aIi4FI course of Instruction under the La IN PANC* 1 Universal *tep" develop f'.ll i
Compare the Director' Files with any ,other file on the
OI Bill or under the Vocational FLOR A uptoJOnpfcfWtwofk-joperates j
Rehabilitation Act? market. In these Art Metal files are found Areo progressiveballbearin MM(1( >f! )

I lrf A.-The VA will pay for his ABSTRACO.. suspension n friction clutch side lock compreason toil!,, silo ft!*" uM ecbtf 'fequlpmant. /J
PIANO tuition, books, supplies, fees and JIM agWNto I" and,Vary gauge, steel welded construction w _* See it work NEW
other authorized within .
expense Pe.eW.
certain limitations. A disabled ,sruAar, PLOCIr Art Metal files can speed the handling of your filing work. ,_ujlafro ,

Ise Wurlitzer Gulbransen Winter veteran may receive* pension See the Director' file for yourself ,, '.observe bow, drawer
r glide effortlessly at the slightest touch ... See why it rune UNIVERSAl.Jt

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