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 10, 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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Sailfishers Drub Hollywood LANGBERGSPLAN URGES.TRAINING ._ J LARGE TRACT IS Stipulates No, Land Tax r

J5-0 In District Tournament TO WITHDRAW PURCHASED HERE In Authorizing Bonds TOII, I(, ;. !'


PIAYJULY18 Link Stuart With Ocean
ChamberPlans Long Way Ahead ::

Being Named as Plaintiff E dg-Riva Property

IN N SEMI-FINALS;; ''To Develop Fishing Prospects Wa prise"Complete," They Say Sur. 0004 to be Developed Wason by EMERSON COOK INVE'STM NT CO., PALM BEACH, I'

Mr.and Mrs.John Langberg of The approximately 40-acre '
HINISUTH The Chamber of Commerce Billy plugging our local fishing Bewail Point will take action Edg-Rlva tract lying betweenthe OF CITIZEN GROUP. 'I'' .,, '
worked "at least I or 10 years among his twenty-five members, next week to withdraw their Martin County Hospital and I : '
I ahead to develop fishing prospects I think It is a mighty safe bet names as plaintiffs on the bill St. Lucia Estate Section t has \ '
Bebee I Ie Vkt"or, lowery ) this. week by mailing some that we will have. some good old of complaint In the recently-filed been purchased by Robert R Martin County Commission Monday unanimously approved ,I "
Homersr Team Need Fishing Guide to a youthful summer time Florida. fishing circuit court suit against the Cityof Wason of New York chairmanof retaining of Emerson Cook Company of Palm Bench
Fund. Aid Miami "fishing and hunting visitor from these same youngsters Stuart questioning "the validity the board of the National Association to act as fiscal agents for the financing of a bridge system I :
club" manager: when they reach the age of the Incorporated Town or of Manufacturers and directly linking Stuart with the ocean ''beach. I

What was scheduled:; to be The Guides were mailed In response that they are able to travel 'on City of 8 uart, Fla.| It was an- president of Manning, Maxwell The acceptance followed detailed offer by the firm !

i baseball game evolved Into to the following letter; I their own,", nounced Tuesday afternoon by ,it Moore. which has acted in similar capacity on numerous bridges ,
notkjnjr more or less than a "Would you please send me 25 The Chamber of Commerce their son Maurice K. Langberg Streets and other Improve- throughout the State, to act In
Kl'aDd farce M the StuartSailfishere of your wonderful Fishing Guides manager further sagely. opined The younger Langoerg speaking ments are planned for development a liaison position for the financing
walloped the for the members of my Hunting that the 25 "Junior club members for his parents, said they I of the attractive residen-' of tne bridge through ROWELL LAUDS i I.
Hollywood Hotrocks 15-0 at and Fishing Club. My name Is would exert considerable will sign an affidavit assuring] OWEN J. ROBERTS tial area In keeping with the surplus gas tax funds or other.
Dowdy Field in Hollywood Billy Martin and I live at 3022. pressure on that many families the public of having no Interestwhatsoever best type of such Improvement. State aid .
lad night. It was Stuart's14th N. W. 11th Ave.. Miami." to spend summer fishing vacations In the suit l and askIng 1 Former Supreme Court Justice Present plans are to put the In the resolution of accept- WORK FOR STATE I

victory this year against Manager H. B. Kraft judgedby In Martin County-especially withdrawal of their names as' Roberts urged prompt enact- property on the market by next ance, the County Commission ,
i single loss and one tie. the hand-writing that young plaintiffs. Following filing of ment of a universal military. fall with C. B. Arbogast realty* stipulated that the bridges mustbe ,
The game Initiated the Na- Martin\ In the Junior bracket U each youngster has a the affidavit a plea for with' training law In testimony before firm acting.as tale agents.' I financed without ad valorem "
tknaf Baseball Congres district -"But," he said 'that word book of his own on the famous 'drawal will be made and Immediate the House Armed Serv- Wason already has extensive taxes on Martin County prop- BYCALDWELLCiwanians 41 \
\ \tournament for Southeast 'wonderful' did the trick. With, St. Lucie section.BOARD approval Is expected.I ices Committee. He said such holdings In Martin County. Investment
florid In which the winner and Langberg said the article which' a law to necessary to help pre- and Interest In devel- erty.The finance firm would receive ---- ,
mnnerup will be eligible for the appeared In The Stuart News vent "an all-out" shooting opment by men of his national a fee of I per cent of the Hear of Top Act
State meet In Jacksonville be* faycees Probe OKAYS two weeks ago telling of the suit, World War III. standing are viewed here as gross for floating bonds and in 1947 Legislature j' ,
firming July ft. As a result of being brought came as a "com-' further evidence of the progressive securing their acceptance by a Session ,
Hi win Stuart advanced to the piete\ --iurprise" to him and his future of this area. State agency. In event that the

Kml-flnals of the 12-team 12-I Cost of CityWelcomeSigns REZONING OF 4 parents Their names were putIn Unemployed bridges cost $2.000,000, the firm's Governor Caldwell\ working : ,//h! ; II
W affair following Its drawing I as plaintiffs "entirely without PLANE: CONTEST fee would be $40,000 Any fee Is lard to save money and "I feel fm '
of t Second round bye and will I their knowledge." he said, and Rolls HELD DESPITE predicated on. successful conclusion he's going down as one of the
not )play again until July 18 at i they now are "contemplating County HIGH WINDS of the project great[ Governors of Florida." ,;! :
1 IS p. m when It will meet the AREAS IN CITY appropriate action in view of The offer was strongly supported Representative Marvin H Rowell I J I!

other semi-finalist of the upper I the unwarranted trespass on On IncreaseHave With its first model plane contest by a local delegation of reported to Klwanlans at their ,( "
bracket.Should. 1 Welcoming signs at, their civil right* at Witham Field July 4 termed some 20 prominent residents weekly I luncheon meeting at the .

the Sallfishers win! both the north entry and south limitsof Plans of 2 Churches, RedCross According to the stipulations a success despite high winds I who were unanimously In favorof Woman's Club Thursday '

their second test they will ad-' the City of Stuart on U.fe. 1 W. E. Wheeler ot the suit which was filed June you or do you know ol which damaged a number of : the action. Leading In urging Rowell who returned a month : ,
nnee to the final which wWconclud' are under consideration by the 4 Approved MondayWith 11,' written appearance for the any job openings In, Martin model craft, Stuart Model Plane I the commission to take the action ago from the 1947 session of the 'I
the singleeliminationtourney Junior Chamber of Commerce.A City of Stuart was made Mon- County? Club announced today that aj, were Zaclc Mosley, nation- State Legislature. preceded his
at I p. m. July 20. proposal to Investigate the a minimum of discussion day by city attorney M O LHtr special "U-Control",will be held i ally-known cartoonist Mayor commendations of Caldwell with
Following Stuart' win, the cast of securing and Installing the Stuart Zoning Board ot AdJustment man. Answers to the suit anda ofTh:: the question on the lips i Sept. I, and that a primary class Phil Pence of the.City, of stuart, a i running summary of a number .' .
Eastern Air Line B team rallied such greetings wa* accepted at approved the rezoning pleading are due from the city Of residents of this for beginning will be held at and D S. Hudson of the Citizens of the Important measures .' :
In the tth Inning to whip the the organization's meeting at' of four areas In the city from on or before Aug. 4. However, county and the number askingIt 7.30: each Monday at the Civic Bank. Hudson reminded the enacted or considered during the
Boca Raton AAF Bomber 0-7 to the court house Monday night.It I Residential A to other classifications with Littman out of town until are Increasing by the week.. Center. I commission tha.t the, majority ",_oM "IKtlve term. Upi;' !
advance to the second round. Itwas at a special meeting at the. Tuesday n>,.comment: wa National statistics show, uoem* """"Winner In last"day'dovefit br'the area's winter resident permoet' In his remarks ,were
understood Stuart was was reported more than Villy.fcaM JiMIda,.* forthcoming from his office regarding ploymenUon a steady upward were: Lee Higbee, 1st Joe Bowie, felt that the area lacked Just those on the revolutionary school .
|lTfiif.jrcon1r6und $100 was netted from the dance: Application from two what stand the city Is trend, a trend that figures from 2nd Ernie Higbee. 3rd, and Eddie one vital Improvement a direct bill In which he pointed put
" {(CSnlimud On foe* xvu) the Jaycees sponscored here churches took prominence. Both likely to take. the Florida State Employment Falconer honorable mentionfor route to the ocean beach. hat Martin County's share In
Friday night. Nearly 100 couples, sought a change to ResidentialC With the withdrawal of the Service will quickly substanti, a 175-lap: U-control flight. The commission ha already the new foundation program
attended and the selection of ate. The figures show veterans Don Stremmel acted as announcer secured beaches' will be
In view of building plans on Langbergs: the remaining plaintiffs \ public bathing about $46,000 annually
ANNOUNCENEWOCEAN the Sebastian orchestra for the the specified lands The Presbyterian are A. P. -Bert" Kruegerand of World War H predominating with Zack Mosley S. on Hutchlnson' Island and He said the county also will have ,
affair drew considerable ap Church's bid was for all George Keith. Named as among those applying at the employment -, Crews and John Keller judges final right of way privileges are: to provide JUOOO annually more J It Itfor
plause. The dance wa* felt to of Block T In Btypmann's Sub defendant are the Town of offices another fact,: now being secured- across Sew.I school buildings, but that It t ''r .
FRONT have been such a success that division fronting on Osceola Ave. Stuart, T. T. Oughterson, J. R which gains strong support CITY CONSIDERSNEW all' Points can borrow up to $400,000 for f ; J
the Jaycees have decided to hold here in Martin County. I I
while the Catholic Church's application Pomeroy, C. B. Christensen ncf SIGN FOR new buildings here, an Item much ''t
four such dance a year with was for all of Block tIn Thomas Cook. All have filed appearance The employment service office ENTERING STUARTThe CITY EQUALIZERS needed and being given serious i I I Pi
SUBDIVISIONSuni each-to be scheduled for a holi- the here supervised from Forts GET 2 APPLICATIONSTwo I consideration. r J
for 4
,, Oak Park Subdivision front- *. Solicitor j,I
day within each quarter. Ing on East 4th St. plaintiffs Is Thomas B. Adamsof Pierce open every Thursday' City Commislon last He pointed out a bad factor 1 it
Also approved Monday night Approval was given the Mar- Jacksonville. morning at the court house from night decided to look Into design applications for adJu.t1ment In the measure Insofar as this I '!
-I, was a proposal to Investigate the tin County chapter of the Ameri- 10:30: until noon and registrations and costs of a new entrance of assessment were received county Is concerned. The countyIs ;
Sands Three-Quarter cost of addition to the much- In recent weeks have totaled to the at the north by the City Equalization "
Mae can Red Cross for rezoning to ATTENTION PARENTS! sign city approach so highly assessed, Rowell I I I
South of Board at Its at the
Bridge, sailfish tack it In the hundreds And while meeting city 1 .'
photographed Business D lots ( and 7, Block 1. REGISTER TOMORROWFOR of Roosevelt bridge. said that \the borrowing limit .,'
Developed... Plttman's Dock In order to give In the Woodlawn Park Additionfor PRE.SCHOOL, CLINIC the registrations' Increase Jobs H. J. Quenzler and R. E. Luck- hall Monday morning Both eases I for the county Is much higherthan '
were taken under advisement for:
Stuart and Its fine fishing qualities decrease, It Is reported In an appeal -, hardt contacted the board on a III
:Development! of "Bunt Band.* the location of a headquarters further consideration and official could ever be repaid. I ,j
additional publicity. The the chapter., A I from to residents here to makea permit for a roofing tile concern. The
ocean front subdivision building for All parents of children Representative told of the .' I
three action at later date.
quarter mile south of Jensen rack could be made more elaborate building located at Witham Field 2 to A years of age are urged to check and do what they can The matter was held In abeyance The board will a meet again scholarships set up whereby two 1, :I ,'
Bridge and have additional let- was given the Red Cross by the register the youngsters between to help ease the situation. Farm until detailed plan of a newstructure are alloted each Senator and "
on the Jensen at 10
Beach the
i Tuesday a. m at city .
tering, It was felt. labor Is particularly plentiful although [ Is submitted i
ocean< road. wa announced total County Commission pending the 9 and 11 a. m tomorrow at the hall to hear further requests for Representative and of Senator .;
by C. B. Arbogast.The The recently-organized Jay- chapter's selection of an area office of the county nurse at many skilled workersare 'H B. Kraft, manager of the corrections. Walter W. Rose's highly lauded I t'
lots. 80- cee-Ettes' constitution and bylaws to which It could be moved. the high school. Health headquarters among those registering, 'U I Chamber of Commerce urged -. plan for revision of the_admittedly I ) '
feel In frontage approximately on both Atlan. will be given a second read- I Th? Red Cross chapter previously have been set up In the I was reported. I the board to request the county JENSEN CROUP antiquated State Constitution .I \I,
U. and Indian Rivers Ing at the group' next meeting had ought rezonlng of new building on the rear of the Persons Interested In lending for aid In mosquito control. and WILL PROMOTE which call for a : i
WMeet In depth. average Monday night after which official two lot on East 4th St. for locating campus. a hand are urged to contact to get out a City of Stuart fold- SUMMER TOURISTS popular tew before adoption.He I' : !. ,

a number of sale have aireadJ affiliation' with the Jaycees the building, but the bid Miss Flora Mae Stanley school Frank F. Hagel during the of-I er.The said Martin County will net,. I''
l Deen made to person will be effected. Such action was rejected at the board's meetIng nurse who Is launching a cpunty-) fice's open hours here or at the commission conferred Jensen Beach Business Men'sAssociation about $45.000 from the seventh J I !! '
panning beach also came up for discussion Mon a month ago. The approvedlots wide health program for children employment services office In with Carroll Dunscombe' and J. meeting Monday cent gasoline tax If the State ;
according cottage to the conatrucUon real- day. for rezoning face south on 1* anxious to have every Fort Pierce.SCHOOL A. Smith regarding a technicality I plght, endorsed plan to pro- referendum next year I I. approved .. I
estate firm West 6th St. between Colorado child listed In her file for use I In the lease of a city build mote summer business, approvedthe and that with the Federal i'')',
the Red Cross on which a I Idea of a new folder for the I
7.39 I INCHES RAIN Ave. and the Old Dixie Highway, In followup work; In the various BOARD Government committed to I
STATE'S TEXTBOOK RECORDED IN JUNE I State Road A1A. phase of the health program. O.K.'s BUDGETOF Ing from Camp Murphy will bt area and appointed a commit. matching this sum this county ;\
for clarification of the tee composed of H. IL Hoke,
SYSTEM CALLED ONE ..:... The board's fourth grant of Her work, I Is a public service to placed would haye about $00,000 a year ; : .
$231,069A to title of the buildIng Maurice K. Langberg and Ransom ,
question a*
OF NATION'S the day was given W. E. Wheelerfor aid parents In protecting and I for road and bridge Improvements ,
BEST Rainfall was recorded here on Tllton to contact the \
construction of duplex apartments their In event the Red Cross desires county I
of '
17 of last month's 30 days as the Crescent guarding the budget .of $231,069 was approved to change location at come [r commission for aid In control nll Rowell his 7''
Frailer expressed
in obtain feeling [
ahaisee-INS( ) Flor- children. Parents may \ .
month's total showed It to by Martin County Boardof I and sandfltes. I
th, date In the future. mosquitoes ,'
'We I Division. The specified area, nature that the proposed:' sales tax will t ,
system of textbook procure- of the the data of a varying \ 1
Instruction ,
month Publlo Tuesday
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!wnt which was rexonedi to Residential bt revived but Is not likely to fi,', '
the beet and distribution la one of year so far. The precipitation B Includes Lots 10 and 19-21, through the cooperative educa-health July t. Millage for local support Raise be passed either In the 1949 or J\ ''
in the nation accordIng totaled 7.39 Inches, 1.4 Inches tional phase of the public was set at 5ft for operation and Business Increases May : ,11.\\ I
to Block 1, and Lots 8-10 and 28-30, 1651 sessions of the Legislature. l'
State. School: Sup Colin above normal for June. This work: It was stated. maintenance, and 1 mill for I"'j
EnIU.h. Block 1, all of which lie between He pointed out that the primary f t\ 1.

h4h hinting quality to of the low cost and total above was March more which than' was an Inch the between U. S. I and West Channel Oth St. and Ave.Pinewood and- row Following a clinic registration will be held tomor-at the debt Ordway service.Motors was awarded Rating of Stuart Post Office (Continued On Page Six) ,( r:. I j,

Florida school- months. same place all day Wednesday
wettest of the first five contract for
.' a 60-passenger
books St.Onlyjonr
English said th* week during (West Dr. J. D. Parker and Dr. Walter pt'bracket;
that Normal for July, highest members of the school bus. Resignation of Emily Figure from the Stuart '
he"although price In general the year, \Is 9.74 inches. board -- Chairman T.;;. F. Ken- F. Davey will be assisted In physical Beach as clerk In the superlnr Office for the fiscal year ended During the war prosperity THE WEATHER
risen during the last few ; Dennis 8. examinations by the P-TA Undent's office was accepted, June 30 reveal a steady upward several neighboring Post Offices
ftw John M. Law.
mrs, the cost a. child of COUNTY RECEIVES nedy. and I D. L. Williams health committee of which Mrs. with Julia Jamison appointedto trend for the past three years Jumped Into the first class group Ik. ..ot-;::: ON. ...ar""atkor b
textbook* has Hudson I Is chairman. Mrs ... ..... ._ 1,3afty
actually fallen. Ivan Taylor take her place Aug 1. Money order business for the Lake Worth and Hollywood mado I. H. U. a. ''''
REFUND The fifth member .,....
LUNCHROOM present. ,
By the were had 111.Tow"rature''a.
I use of an efficient buying out William Meggett and Mrs. Dur- first six month of this year was the top grade about five years ...w...
A. H Chappelka ,
and distribution policy and -' ant Fulton also ban volunteered GOMEZ POST OFFICE 309 per eent greater than in ago, Fort Pierce four years ago 114-kawat mii:11 -
the careful handling of book by Tallahassee (ENS! ) The of town. The board Idkthi:: :: to assist during the day. REOPENING RUMORED 1945 and 14 per eent higher and Vero Beach three year ago. : s. : 14
ICbool of Public hereafter its meetings .
\ children M and despite Martin County Board Instead Morning hour Wednesday will'be than the ,same period of, last As a barometer of money In 1.1. .. ... II 14J.1y
\lit advancing cost of Instruction received a check for scheduled on Tuesdays from 9:30 to noon, afternoon It noted thatmoney.orders 6 n 14
manu- because of conflicting -: Reopening! of the Post Office year. Circulation was 1.,,, II It
te'turg reimburse of Mondays
the Price a child of $1,580 this week as hours a:SO to 4. In Gomes Is reported in the offing The Increase ha particular purchased during 1.1" I. .. 01Jai ,.
'"* lunchroom duties of I Its members. ..... .
!from** ha dropped steadily ment for school P-TA committee worker In although no first-day date significance as It was during : the first half of 1945 reached I RAINFALL of itJ.1y
In 11.2. In 194tto 99 cents equipment ,expenditures.State WAIT FOR SIGNALS outlying communities will con- has been set officially. Originally this period that the military Installations $100, ; same period ot S TCHILS '
IH2-U: 90 School Supt Colin English duct registrations In their areas : gZioeJ: J.&Y& "'o 1:
cent In 1943-44; DRIVERS WARNED \ It was understood the reopening which pushed the Jumped to $ 2 ,- % 1 ; :
" cents :m 1944-49. and finally said that the check was but children from all parts of would take place July total to a record high have been 857.94, and In 1947, to $$133,032. 101, ...
".73 cents ta m5-4, the nortrained. payment of claims tiled by two Chief of Police Roy Baker give' the county are asked to reportat 1, but the expected visit of two removed from this area. Postal I Using the same balf-year figures \..IIIII"
School head county schools. A total of II..- Stuart for the clinic. : for sales thet totals
.' notice this week a* a result of postal Inspectors from Jacksonville savings account also have shown stamp
":* wpedlture- 1HO-" 474JO was \distributed this week. a ruling by City Judge Harry to open the office failed to a steady Increase. I were 1943, $15,59041; in 194. THE TIDES
UIIowIt.ed to UJ7.585.SO for el IJNG7iT; Dyer that crossing the ,Florida, GAMES TODAY materialize and a* yet no word 8tam Wes Indicated. a UJ- $15,04634, and In 1947. $18,121.22.
tSSu 7 schoolbooks\ and $184. ICC jg D East!: Coast Railway tracks before ha been reported received hereon per cent Increase this year over Postal notes for mailing not -

PJ.-.. of for high school boob,,. 0 Orlando Florida vegetable the crossing signals rise Is 11'.1.AMERICAN.... >t Cktewr UAG.VC*. .what, action may be expected. the 1948 figures\ and a 7.9-per more than liD have caught the Iolot for and 9b..law i-k aster 0".2 Fat J.1v the It't..Lode,.....
$323.674.24.AZRDS will be several hundred unlawful and offenders wUl be Pkll.rt.lphl.. ., C..L cent Jump over I"'. Although public fancy after getting oft to, are T_ Far soveirs hIM add I b"rto
growers Now York.. It ft Lai&NATIONAL .A. t Bennett was expected to Poet Office have several source a slow start, the Post Office rePorted .Natea ,W biffik .... I lh..... towulas
,-< ; thousand dollars better off for subject to. arrest/ ,II.... > ... 'oO .IN.. oeariiei" _kilo b
DOUBLfcD as a result of Several Instance of suchdrivers LEAGUEChtan head the Gomel office. Neither of revenue stamp sales determinethe This Innovation of the w. H. llhello"",,
1847-48 season
the ., Ireokhr. Stuart Postmaster Ralph W. grade of the office. It wa department saves red tape of 11. 11': L WJAM
fcctlonal a.&nII'1D the, the recent Interstate Commerce since the signal were PHUkunk M nll..JkIL l P.II. A.M. PII.fl .
C"i .-a meat animal. program la Commission ruling that railroads Installed a month ago have been ClmteMM. .! S-to... Hartman nor Hobe Bound Post reported that If the last half of the regular money order'and Is :: Ifi .rail' '.11,24:, : 11 V: '1.Is .::
said close SI. tukt .* Nvw Y.rhSOUTHERN master Paul Mahan reported receiving this year shows a minimum gain cheaper. The greatly Increased :
been doubled the. must continue Initial Icing reported, and Baker a ASSOCIATION ad 0046JWP
P Vial Comontee thRyear, of potatoes. Manager LaMont watch will be kept to halt any1further AI...... 'A Nt. Orb_ any official word 04 the of 5 per cent over the same period use of the postal note. 'ha* reduced I 14 :m 4411 ::t 141146
oil Boy 31-teffkame -l MoklU. proposal\. although they had of 194 the Stuart office will the total of the 1.1. U ..... 'ill 11"1 110Jhr
I of this safety money or-
Oil" .Vegetable.Committee offender\ ,....
Club Work has an- Qrsw'of th* Florida ,,kt. Reak at Nawk.flia.nompbla It 6.40 a INa
W, estimated today. measure. I .t chattan-fa.: heard: It rumored. be -advanced, to a. first class den used. "* 11K, Ar4o JdJ I.I. '.


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I I SOCIAL 'New MRS Item MARY toe thb HARTMAN paper must ,fetch society the Edi...T"or
,; Happenings of office before noon *n Wednetdtr :

I I Hom T.l.phon SSW Offic Pfc,,,,,.
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t CUB AUXILIARY' I dent. presided. Card James turn BRIDGE PARTIES GIVEN I CHURCH GUILD i HEADS FEDERATION Francis Matthews trr1fed Mr*. Walter Davey will' asst.i ,
< <( MIETS WEDNESDAY khed entertainment for ,ulur- TIIUKSUAY, UTVItPAt.I 1 MEETS JULY 3 Methodist home Friday to visit his parent. Davey'In the office during\(
j<1 Member of the Club I uoon. I AT PALM CITY Mr. and Mrs. Allan Matthew, Tltu vacation
\ '. Country 1|
and Edwin A. .
Mn. Men- and sister; Miss Eleanor Mat -
I I Auxiliary met yetserttyy at the I Last week's luncheon was attended
nlnger, Jr. entertained with a lieutenant In Mrs. Walton
I YouthMeetingHeld thews. A former Parks
club house left
\* for luncheon and the by 14 members and guests 4 'r*
Mr* Fred Walton and Mr
i regular business meeting at who divided their lime between I{pair of dessert-bridge parties at the Merchant Marine'he te now day night by train for ,Ride.
j | the hume of his father' In St. Fred Joss were co-hostesses ,to crest,
I' with the Standard c. where
[ which Mrs, L A. Arbogast, rounds of and bridge.Lyons' an engineer she win
presi golf |II I je
t. I .:.. Lucle Estates I lost Thursday and the Wesleyan Service Guild .ot Monday fill Company' shipping service; 21 members of the smart
the Methodist Church at the Dip.
: | Saturday nights. He has completed a fourmonthtour tlrt Church who are
I |I Prizes for high scores Thurs- monthly business and program of duty on the Atlantic vacation there while spend!
,!day were won by ,Mn. Harris meeting last Thursday night et, Representatives from six Coast and Is now on 30-day the annual summer attendlsl!
I IL IeriaiService Lowery Jr., and Herbert Bruner. the Palm City home of Mrs. Wal- towns In thl* area attended a leave the church. assembly] *

J 'Others attending' were Mrs. ton.The meeting of the Methodist: Youth -e ,
'r Bruner; Mr, Lowery, Mr. and I president Mrs. Curtis Fellowship at the Methodic R. O.Judson left Sunday nlxht "Pop" Cossaboom, civic.
Mr. C. 'R. Ashley Mr and Mrs. Whlltcar conducted the business t Church here Monday night. by plane from Vero Beach for boat, Is showing friends eenIe
Station John V Menninger and Mr. and session Mrs. Frank JJ:.'Gloss led Represented were Stuart, Fort Woodbury, Conn. He was called picture of the Both gtury
> Mrs, C. F, Ireland. Prizes for the devotional service and Mrs d Fierce, Wabasso, Vero Beach, by the death of his brother-in-i reunion of his high school annivertt7
S. TSJer.! Stuart, Florida JB
617 HigyUs high scores Saturday were won Henry Kindred prevented the Sebastian and Melbourne. law Dr. H. 8, Allen. eating class. Of the 32 who
i (Across (ho tudge iXlJie Betsry Addition) by Mrs. Richard M. Docler and program both using the tehcme LurUne Greene was In charge -e- graduated a half eras J
FINEST MILrNiMp, IN THE WORLD W R. SU-ffens.! Others attending -"Children, the Future of the Of the program. Marjory Tucker Miss Eleanor Matthews will be- 2S are living and 17 century attended .
((26-Ounce Thick) XjC 25c I were Mr*. fiteffens, Mr. Doz- Church." read"the Scripture lesson and gin her annual vacation from annual get-together In New tosey *!.
Regular 76-Octane Ifa/limSCat. 22.9c I Ij I Icr, Mr. and Mrs. John U. Men- Other member present were Jane-Elkln spoke on "Our PlaceIn duty at Martin County Hospital last month.
1 Ethyl Gasoline, Os/jr V 24.9c ringer, Mr. and Mrs. Price Mr. George Conrad Mrs. Lloyd the Church." Sara Rollins was next week. With her brother, -0- 7I I

:, Open All4jight.EverV( Night French Mr. and Mr. Joseph S.Grcenlees Holden, Mrs H. H. Thayer, Mrs. at the piano for group singing Francis Matthews, she will go toHavana Called home by the Hints I*
j Arthur Bowerlng Mrs. H. I. '
and also played a solo numberby his
In mother
week XBITneth
I IoJ for a taking filimmell.
STEAKS A Good Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greene, Mrs Curt Schroeder,
HAMBURGERS, CUBE -- II Jr. Debussy. other points of Interest duringa \ leaving for Dawson, Pg.,
I Davis and Mrs. Vernon Chason, Mr. John July q
A* the Bc.tl Johnson, Mrs. Joyce The meeting concluded witha two-week trip. and expects to be gone III
I Orover King. Keller and Mr.Hubert Clement. social hour In the church base-' week
,. .. .._ ,
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---- ----- ment during a qula was
-- ------- ---- Mi1 and Mrs. Leonard Smith '
; I held and the Wesleyan Guild' spent Saturday and Sunday In OO' R s ARMS !
J JII was in charge .of, refreshments.Mr. Fort Lauderdale where they
visited Mr. and Mrs Darwl Phyllis\ Pence, t-ynr .oy
in Ir81i I and Mri. Evans Crary entertained Smith, and IOn, Merle. daughter of Mr. 'and Ma Pu-
Specializing MRS. J: B1A1R !BUCK at their South Fork e Pence, who broke her right in
f I fishing lodge during the three- Mr. and Mrs. Bob Barker and In a fall from a plere of pto."
Mri. !Buck of Richmond Va.., day holiday.week end. Theirguest baby; Betty, of Savannah, Oa:, ground equipment Is now vd
takes office of th.Gt'.ral on her'way to
ai president recovery
were fraternity brothers arrived Friday and left Sunday "
federation ef Women' ot the Senator J. R. Roberts of morning on the train. They ATHLETES
II Clubs at the tederatton'y57th Miami and Comdr. Glfford I came to Stuart, to pack their HOW TO KILL
annual ,tonrenllon InNew ,
TENDER WESTERN stEAKS ) York Grange, his wife and .daughter household goods to move to Sa- NON T EnllO I
of> Jacksonville. vannah. Barker has accepted a Tr I .
.. BTE.t
position there as manager of a .AaIo. .wr 4.e. .i5. .
Guests Included Mrs. D. Furry, Gloria Cabre 7, daughter of rattling company's warehouse. 'messTa0L.s.-01. II PF 41ES 1 U,9re.a ......
: CHICKEN IN B/SKET Mrs. Nora Dean, Mrs. Alice Mallory Mr.and Mrs.Henry Cabre,under He was associated with the Basso s.d ....10 MaR f....... '...
t' s -IHE and Mrs. Mildred Orr. went a third operation on her Boat Agency here the past year. "STUAIt RUG
The next meeting will be Aug. eyes Monday at Johns Hopkins ..... :... ORE
'I at the home of Mrs. Glass on Hospital In Baltimore. Her Mr. and Mrs Donald Van de

e CHINESE DISHES .WEDNESDAY the Palm._City Road grandmother, Mrs. Kate Leo- Water left by car Saturday to
------ -- nard has phoned each night to visit their son, Malcolm and
Clyde Coutant and Tom Ho- say that "her condition Is satla- family. Malcolm. 'Is a medical
J garth returned Sunday from factory." The doctors expect student at George Washington
( New York where they went to his to be the last operation required University, Washington; D. C.
!i take up a 32-ft. sloop for Major to correct her eye condition -
I1 I Pies lasso. After a hazardous trip she reported. ''Red" Chambers arrived home
ij'' Hot Bread fflqmemade from Jacksonville to Charleston 'P"-' Sunday after a week at Cashier,
the boys sailed Into New York Mr. and Mrs. Charles John left H. C. Mrs.Chambers and dauglier Phone 2454 Box a 111VERO
'( without mishap.\ Tuesday for Miami where they Ann went on" to Ashevllle BEACH, FL D1Plaatrd
Ili ti' I -e- will make their home They to visit Mr. and Mrs. Cy Barger
Mr and Mr). Joe B. Schroeder came to Stuart a year ago when two weeks before .returning A inu.V .
v' arid son, Joe, Jr., of Clewlston the Stuart office of Bordcn home. a11 e
OPEN 8 A. M. TO MIDNIGHT came over lost week to visit re- Company's Shark Industries, -0--
atlve* here: He returned the Inc.. was opened. John was head Irving Handy returned Thursday Asphalt Tib
'Ii\ (Cloiet Sunday/For the Summer next day but Mrs. Schroeder and of the clerical department and from the New England States
/ Joe. Jr., remained for a week' will continue the same line of where he took his parents, Mr. Floor ng and
I 'p r' visit with her mother, Mrs. H. work In Miami and Mrs. Mark Smith, to drive ish
: F. ,Johnson, 643 Osceola Ave. p V-. home a new car. The Smith remuWd 9g
SEYMOUR'SJENSEN NN e I Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pomeroyleft -to visit his brother In Cleaning
: 'I Mr. and Mrs C. B. Arbogast on the Tuesday night train Massachusetts during a two- Our Ky representative
eturhed"Suncay from Wilmington I for Cleveland. They will Visit week vacation. Handy visited his q
Del., where Mrs. her C, lartin County it
It Arbogast son R. Chapman and father I In New Jersey.
BEACH had been visiting her sister forth family there for a week and then 0--- GEORGE KEITH
: '; past several months. Their go to Kent, Ohio for three weeks Mri Charles Titus left Sunday Martin County Cleanses
l Ron, )flddll'ton. returned with with her daughter, Mrs P. D. night for. Rldgecrest N. C, to
'I i ., .oebleln and husband. I attend the
H SC:: _- Baptist Assembly

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Frosted Freestone Peaches 2 boxes 37/'

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i I' !f Frosted Green Peas.- 2 boxes 49/'

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,' ., i : Frosted Strawberries box 57i! Blueberries; box .46? Frosted Corn box ,. '. 25/

fJ :'I' :r Tangerine Segments box" 91 Frosted Spjnach . 23/ Frosted Succotash ''box 33/

,i. Mixed Fruits box 49X Pan Fish widjsortment Ib. 15Green Beans 25/
i+ r box .. .
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; :, Ii Frosted Broccoli . .X. \. . ,. .' ., / box: 36/

Frosted Brussels Sprouts box '39/,
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,1 l"e Headquarters Birdseye Foods '

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THE STUART MWS. STtJiET; Martin County fLOUDA, THURSDAY, JtJtT 10, 1947 PAGE THREE ,rrl I j I'. .

Stuart, News Weekly Market Basket Page ?!kr'' :Ifl r '

SALES J See U. For Juno Vanished Town of' East Coast Faded I. OFFERS. HIS EYES_ STETSON IN PROGRAM MEETING CALLED the '.'' +fj r.i
of I
------- DeLand. July 10 Stetson The annual meeting of '
University Is one of 3) South- flclals and manager of the ,! :
& Repairs and
As Result of Quarrel Over Strip of GroundFrom ern universities and colleges Florida State Farmers' Markets /" ,'I I,'
SERVICE Parts chosen by the Carnegie Found- will be held in Jacksonville July t"t, i
-- ation for the Advancement of 23 and 24 at the George Washington '
to time :i 'I l
The Mews RECORD NUMBERSOF Slate/ Teaching to participate In Its HoteL ,{ .
Proving Big
ARNO AUERJ5L takes pleasure In reprinting historical TEACHERS GOING five-year program the purposeof
articles about pioneer TO SUMMER .SCHOOLS Summer which Is "to Improve Instruc- LEGION MEETS "'I'' 1 11
Lucie Boulevard Phone 142-W Florida. Here Is an account of Attraction tion by stimulating creative activity Harold Johns pout of the Legion !1111 f I", Ii I
"Juno, the Vanished Town I II and research among teach will meet at Civic Center I I !, I

which once had the brightest -Florida Tallahassee teachers July are 10 -going(FNS to) July 10 (FN8) ers." at 9.p.. m. Friday... ..July... ..... .U I f
prospects of any community on
have lot credits.. The wide variety of Florida I
the a more college
Florida East Coast We
SPARKLE this article from the Miami when school reopens In September I event now being offered to vacationists LISTEN TO1b1MJP : :
Dally (News: They are going back to college U bringing record- lid
MIXTURE FORPUDDING for more training this summer breaking summer crowds Into the
miles In record numbers In an effort State this year, Chalmers D. '
Juno, about 00 north of to qualify for the greatest Horne, president of East Coast
Miami might have' become the possible salary Increases under Highways Association, said this *
chief of this south )\-
metropolis the new school law which bases week.
3 20c- east country had It not been for pay raises on eductlonal background The highway were full for
I Pk,.. a quarrel over a 20-foot strip of the long week end bf July 4 and )( ffuu!
ground which was the entering
reservations Indicated most of
PAGE With millions extra In State .
ANN 16-oi. Jar wedge that split the people Into the visitors were spending from d I
money available and a cash Incentive
PLUM JAM .23c factionsBetween to hire teachers with one to three weeks visiting all
I 1890 and the .. ?
1800 sections of the State;
more training are
ANN PACE 16-o1 JarM of Dade some Every
was Juno. doubling the number of their Many motorists going south
........ A......" .."' .." lOA coti MAYONNAISE 39c. At various other times It has faculty members whq have four- along U S. 1 and allied routes Mon., Wed.,
been located on Brlckell Point year college degrees were teeing the East Coast but JAMES H. HYDE
SUNSHINE BRANDCRISCO Cape Florida; Fort Dallas on school were making their reservations 9:45 A. NWIRA
Whole White No.. 2 Can Biscayne Bay between Baena j in Every the State college has reported summer a heavy for the return trip either through Hyde 28, of Berryville, Ark..
Vista and Lemon and In central-State has offered the cornets of his
City routes or along
POTATOES .,_..10c Increase in enrollment In Its
Miami. eyes to "some unfortunateblind
the west coast.
teacher The net
3LB. CAN The courthouse at Juno training courts. person" U he Is unableto
A & PSmall. Early June was a result of the new school bill can
woden building that looked like MARTIN COUNTY HOSPITAL escape death In the electric
No.2C.n not be calculated but Director :
1 23 barn. there chair at the Arkansas. State
Today are no signsof I Births
PEAS .........._. ._...>....25c a courthouse or any other James Department L. Graham of Education of the ,State Division Mr, and Mrs willard Brady Prison Sept. 19. He Is under
CALIF CRATED WHITE HOUSE 46-ox. bo structure There Is only a wide,I of Finance, estimated it have announced the birth of a death sentence for the laying
vine-covered dirt road that of Frank Simpson, father of
was son, July S
will result In raising the aver
TUNA APPLE JUICE.30c apparently the "main street," age pay of Florida teachers from Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cooleyof a girl Hyde was to have married FRgNK I Ir
PRIDE OF THE FARM and a marker on Highway No. I about $1800 to $2,100 a year Salerno have a new son, born PARKER
that shows where Juno used to July 7.Patients.
6oC1f. 33 2 Not 2 Cans be. The rest of the area Is covered Palm Beach county. comprising admitted: Mrs Brady,
e.IL" .. TOMATOES ..27c with high trees and bushes. the northern portion of the Mrs Cooley, Mrs. Ruby Zlpperer
'"j The "Celestial Railroad"eight former Dade county and extendIng Fort Pierce, Newton Chase Stu-
COLD MEDAL SUNNYFIELD 44-ox. box miles long had played an Important to within a few miles northof {
CAKE FLOUR ..27c part In the early. historyof Fort Lauderdale. Next, the art.Admitted and discharged: Key ,
FLOUR the Jupiter and Hobe Sound people of the Fort became dissatisfied John Russ Fort Pierce; Jimmie THE MOST COMPLETE s A p,, 4,4,
NABISCO PREMIUMS region. It had a wood-burning and demanded throughan Sllva rcTAIL
T'/i-o. Pkg4BACi engine and a single-track road. election in 1913 that another Discharged Mrs Frank

.n_. 49] CRACKERS .........13c It came to Lake Worth from slice be taken from Dade; the Pounds, Okeechobee. ,
Jupiter In the usual way but as result In 1915 was the creation
STRINCLESS It had no place In which to turnaround of> Broward county with Fort BRIDAL COUPLE RETURN { TH PAUABEACHES BE L BREAD i iLOq,7,4INE
It had to have a backing Lauderdale as the county seat. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McClure returned KqY
GREEN BEA 2 29c engine to push It all the way After all this confusion everybody Tuesday afternoon froma 4WOKEECHOBlf( ROAD
Lbe.. back to Jupiter. ; was satisfied; West Palm honeymoon tour of the State. PHONE 38J1 B RS
GREEN FIRM HE "Celestial Railroad" was thus Beach became the county seat They are residing In the Wilson _._
named because its four stations of Palm Beach county, Fort Lauderdale McClure home In Eldorado --- -
were named Jupiter, Mars Venus of Broward county and Heights'" while Pan parents'" are "
CABBAGE. and Juno. At Jupiter It received Miami of Dade county on a summer vacation ; '
i ry
: S.; NO. 1 .ClRAlft A Its Indian passengers river boats and and cargo at Lake from GROCERY SPEOIALS ,}I!

Worth I It, transferred them to '

WHITE" POTATOES 10u.0 49cSWEET sailboats.In 1888. an election was held CENTRAL KETSPECIALS

RIPE- deciding the moving of the _
county seat from Miami to Juno ME; .
PEA HES 3L 3 31c because of the business broughtby CHASE & SANBORN'S 1 ,
_..._... ___'H"H'_ the'' railroad. At Juno, the PRODUCE aqirf GROCERIES r
JUICY land separating the lake from COURTEOUS SERVIC ,. '. Vacuum-Packed _-._______._ .
pyn.i2.M- 35c Indian river drew a number of I I
'_'d"-__ __ .lyjtJU.M 4UJwltw.'Hence,' .< CONVENiTaNTTY Lo'CATED+
CALIFORNIA+ : T when the vote was taken In 1888 APPLE LORRAINE:. SALAD t
2nd and Akron \ Joe Brooks
on the removal of the county,
LEMONiy 6 6'0. 17c seat from Miami to Juno all this' JUICE 25c DRESSING 2f opr: 19c
.. northern aggregation of settlera Qt. n .n I :
was able to outvote lower Dade.
DAILY, H .e eed -_ 90%' 4.82 The .county records were removed DIXIE CRYSTALS ,
to Juno from Miami In r Ir
TALCO. La aah'.... ...400 Ibs, 5.08 .
"' March 1888 via the Evergladesroute '

TALCO, Scr .....__....._...100 lb.. 4.93 deposited in an In Indian a temporary canoe build-and PURE CANE SUGAR 5 m 47C ,

TALCO, Liar 0% ..,,.....,.100 IBs. 4.30 Ing until the completion of the

TALCO, Grow Mash...25-Ib. bag' 1.35 courthouse.On April In 19.1890.1890, the cornerstone FRI.. and SAT. JULY 11.12 V.s VEGETABLE 2 No. 2 Cans JACKSON'S PORK AND i I J.I i

A & P SUP. -RIGHT MEATS in the Juno first of-courthouse the this courthouse'seems to have the was country been laid JOAN OF ARK-Cream Style. No. 2 Cans JUICES 2Sc BEAN) 1 2 ;:.U". 21c i :)' I:,

The constitution of Florida cans -...._-..._-......-...__ '
ROAS Sic does not permit oftener than CAMEL CIGARETTES Carton. $1 69 i:0J:
in ten --
once years a vote on the GIRL 28ozJar : :
EKES< GROUND question of removal of a county t j ,

seat. When the election oppor. APPLE BUTTER 29cHILLS MARIA CRUSHED No. $ Can BE#H NUT STRAINED BABY : r. #(\
HAMBURGER 37c tunlty came In 1899 the lusty Infant
_. city of Miami had grown : 4

SUNNYFIEtD the and seat was of ready justice for the was fray restored and, BROS-Vacuum Packed PINEAPPLE 311 fOOD 2 for lSc ; : 1 Ii t

SLICED BACON 69c to her ancient throne. ;

b.. __ The first courthouse In Miami COFFEE Lb. __ n --.-..--.-.----_...... __ 49c COMSTOCK SLICED PIE 2 No. 2 C to CROSSE A BLACKWELL'S'' DATE and ," ; t '
End Cuts after the county seat was re

f'RtslrWES'tER PORK CHOPS SSCaM the turned jail cells was in wooden the rear also and,r with the BOSCUL TEA. 70 in Pk,. I APPLES 3 NUT BREAD Can 19c f' i : ; "

LL offices In front on the main floor '
wtlh the court and jury roomson BALLSALL 4Sc ]
_WATfirfiAQS the second floor. ROYAL SCARLET FANCY SI 1 ,: I

SHOULDER ROA! Lb.41c ,The on Dade the north county side of of 1838 the began St. BRANDS CANNE YELLOWCLING, PE HES No nn' 33c t "; i irrry J' '

Lucle river and extended southward ._-.............. .. 1", t I ,
i2ED CRCIrIE to Monroe county west MILK 2 23 .r r,
ward to Lee county and to the Cans n.-_ _... __ ... P ; ; .
COTTAGE'CHEES' 19cPICKLE Atlantic ocean. In 1844 records I FRESH DRESSED AND AWN \\1 !: :
u.. ,' show,St.Lucie county was created SUPER ..

PATCH.. l and from In 1855'old Its'" Mosquito name was' changed County SUDS : 'V 32c FRYERS Lb. /- .._ -.---.______......... 69 e ::" :", ": j/ l I
CAMAY IpILET to Brevard and parts of Its ta: ..__ ._ ""."" II I'f'' '
Sweet Mix: 22os. Jar] .. _
territory was given to Dade.Nearly
PICKLES ...._...._29c' SOI 20 years later the MORRELL BONED.AND ROL. D ''J I ;" ,
boundaries of Brevard were I' : "

SOAP LAVA ....:....,MwMoW.M 2 M.d.**...17c Bars 1 changed. In the with meantime Dade and* the Manatee set- SAUSAGEC/JL.1 ; 49cRIB VEAL ROA T Lbo ._..___ ___ __ ." .. ..,._.__... .. 59c ::;.; J,: I
bar tlers In the northern sections of ) t"
CHARGE the country,such as Palm Beach OR'BRISKETSTEW t I I
and Fort Lauderdale, commenced HORMEL'S SLICED ::3;
CANDY 19cr b
to expand rapidly and after
POST 6-01. Pks Fort Dallas bad been displaced: BEEFL. 37c BACON Liy::' 6ge ; )

BRAN ,RITZ I I by the new city of Mlamir the n.._..___. _...: .:_ ...-.--.---...... .r ,
: sentiment of the North to favor WISCONSIN \ '
Rasa J.I Ib. I of separation grew stronger year' I ''PO ,. (I '
BLU 28c \
-WHITE3 by ,ear. KJ.onf 1 i !
I n\
FLAKES ?..........,...26cSUNNYFIELD Pka- The voice of the public Induced CHEESE ,K' ., SSeANTHONY'S. End
I the legislature of 1909 \to create ROAST 55c ''
0.oOATSi' Box ... CuThe ts 'h __ .,..:-... ...... ...__._ __'m _
I Today's'Milk To Jay
16os. Jar Box. i30' I Produced Complete ,Food: Store

MARMALADE ..::25c i and "

\ Paitenrlsedla MEMBER MARKET,

-P t't'n' \\\' flJ Martin County Economy Grocery C- ,ROMER'S" ''I'HK tIP To' pATE froRI: ,,

'. \ \ WB DWYU' mono HeI'It,
\.. .,) \ \ \ Barat's( Dairy HOME. OWNED,FRIENDLY OPERATED, __

\ \ til .. Akron A... WI DELIVER .Tatophont.141. ARE OPEN WEDNESDAYS ALL DAY
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\ ': : Sailfishers Smother Westgate Nine 15.4, Pahokee 14.1



Continued from faRi( Vale) '

; : J CoachlngAidPlansOuthned INDEPENDENTSHERE W Circuit Judge SHUTOns

I view of 1U beftuj. forced to travel W.T Harrison of Palmetto Tuesday -

further to the meet than any said he ha ruled tmconstl-

.' Joseph McCoy officially took other team entered. The other tutional the 1M7 act which exempted
\ over assistant to Coach Bebee SUNDAY Tight pitching was \
\r as Regains outfits entered Include Boca fishermen In Lake Okee- inordr

f Charles 'Chuck' Kindred at Raton, Fort tauderdale Pom- chobee and part of th* 6t at Little Dixie Park' dUrll1l11br, 1
'r Martin County High School July from statutory holiday week end as the
River penalties
pano, two Hollywood teaml and Johns aw
1 I. McCoy will aid In the football Batting Lead Arnolds for violating rules of the art Dodger traded shutauti i
Stiller, Lowery six MiamI' crews.
L. with two
,f' activity practice fur which starts Star in TwinTriumph State Game and Fresh Water visiting nRffrt'Kutlom!
a.,flatherr.corriest was
The to stay above the ,
Aug. 18. be head touch with Fish Commission. .500 mark
doubt In the 1st forj
beyond the season
Kindred assisting In basketballand .Of SailfishersPitcher
The ruling was handed down
Inning when Stuart scored five
coach track while Kindred SOUTH FLORIDA COAST GLADES times While Sailftaher pitcherBit Monday at Arcadia fh a suit the West Palm Beacn AH.I
Is directing the baseball team In LEAGUE Stan with Bob Cooper
commission hurting :
Bebee titfled the hosts without brought by
Bit Bebee returningto
I the spring W L Prt CM two commercial fishermen twe-klt ball blanked the |locall|)
1 Coincident with McCoys of- the Stuart Sallflahers last STUART II I .Mlooioono ,a hit"until the 5th Inning enjoin &-0 Friday: Cooper
... 14 I t three Hotrock hurlers tried in A. A. Beck and Joe Griffin fanned nine J
I flptul start he! released for thelehool' night after an absence of several orrfroo !lot I I IK Ilrwut.0 from net In these water ,, walked three and didn't allot
athletic department an games. regained his indIvi- 14 :loo aLaos \jo I vain to give all any signs of ef using t hit after Peewee Scows I
: Wortk II .441 I fectiveness. Starter Bob Milllgan Judge Harrison denied a temporary lain, I
lead the team
outline of strenuous 16 batting on with
a -point Po it"a .III I On@ Out in the! 4th Inning
program which he and Kindred with a single In two time at bat ornton .Koock I 141 ..IITlit walked the first two batten, hit injunction on the ground Ceeil Jackson whiffed 14 ml

rf have drawn up toward bettering to lead second place Warren IMk, Glade I 11 .III UMorrhon the next to load the bases and primarily that the eommlsskiB 'Stars for Stuart and tossed

I the physical educationand Shlpes: by 47 points Last .......'. Results. then forced In two runs by walking can seek relief in criminal courts less kit mtU the 4tl1, but; there hit.
the next two Stuart batsmen who violate Its
athletic both at Bebee also notched his sixth against netters after
programs Field.. 1 Loko Worth tIfUiM the visitor combined It'
the high school and In mound decision for the Sailfishers M-14 U ......... I. He wa promptly replacedby rule, since under his ruling the < bolw with half as .
cl..1.1- 110" '.' a...11 L Red Sloan but Jesse Arnold penalties set by a IHS law still many Stuart
In the county It was alllChOOI.1 In hurling the lopsided shutout .P...._ It Okli... Ul04 46 i error to pull away
I that this outlined win over the Hollywood Hot- flY and Woody Munch'I singleto are in effect 1 The Dodger bounced back
Most smadler's Common ,
to effect rocks with left brought home three more The question of the eommlslon *-
I Immediately to draw up even Jesse Sunday behind Marvin Donald,'

i'r' serve, as a guide for the two mentors Arnold In that category However carefree.Otodelmbdtor.10. .1. Stuart. wommoteepred., scores before ,the side finally 's power to shut net fisher :ton to '\hump the Okeechobn

for the next year, I I Arnold retained a slightedge I r a-- -....." 11-viaSolid 1ft was retired after batting around. men from these waters has been Vet 11.. for their fifth win of

The Itinerary Includes: In the earned run average .ffKllv* Julr II I A hit batsman and faultyfielder's fought hotly in the 'court for the season as against (our 4e-

I I. .....1.. ...4 ..ork.n> mil pfcynlnl. I IdiMltlor column. Runs In big quantities marked choice put two men abase .month feat Donaldson struck
.. ,. .. out U
|>'wr. I r "-"Ill (Mutt for Stuart In the 2nd Inning
H'ich d Hiu.n Flet-th" ftokoul.I .. The team s three games In the; the baseball scene here during and Karris Lowery followed Judge Harrison said further development of the Vets and"allow d onto
M.klnir. .ill. Nattiest for vkydrollUOIftm : past six days in which It scored the long holiday week end as were expected at a three hit. all In the tint tin
with a terrific 400-ft drive
a Mw'fa ""untv Hl k and
.<.an UMM.nU.rr *,bI., 44 times In 20 Innings of action the Stuart Sailfishers easily over the right field shrub wall hearing in Leon County Circuit Inning Meanwhile the Dodu-n
1. lI.t'" out, "U art f.r OIhl"". enabled 1to boost Its batting notched their 12th and 13th court later this week on the banged out an even dozen bk>nand
for home
a run making the score
Is until Vbiotl Hurt "IkkoolI
IAkihgI a) I-.Krom of (.....1..' mark 8 points' a healthy .317 triumphs of the season ; ,-ct. Roraetowners reported it respective power of the freshwater sewed up the decision wllb

.d.and..Itud"IIt .." I lo, ,;,," .10,.,."..'. "h.d.t I while Its fielding average held The hastily-secured Westgate was the first ball driven over commission and the saltwater six-run splurge In the lint

t I'.h....,. ..,,"...... I.., steady at .924. Independents from West Palm that shrub In several and commission two round Bobber Jackson rt t
......, .. .,.. ,,, .,.. years
.d. .1 t'' ""hY"'j the pace with three straight! bill
.Plaroh.l. ,. r-r-. .., The team leaders: Beach furnished the so-called' that the'blow was one of the Uft on bases, Stuart t.Hollr.' (
.du-11- Battles .11h4us, Kbit. ..IIN. opposition on the holiday Friday; 4 .10''Ire kooM_Ponnook I. Rk 001 I. and two walks on which he
Wahl,':,, ':,: ; ,,;:: ':.: 'd '::;hi.ti" I .- ...hlpr> IX. I Ar...,M IIIHI I longest ever hit In Dowdy Field ii. Arnold. 8tm..ko. -.. Beooo t, fcyloon scored four times
.atop... I I.I. --Mhlim< ..d J. A,iiild II, IIravM as the Sailfishers\ triumphed by Bebee Bank Pen- I. kr W...- I, Sam on Noun -
1441fiw '" ,....1. f- ..! St.Kwen 15-4 in a walk. Sunday the difference n ilea and Jesse Arnold off M Illnn. 4. off lloon 1. off W..." The score by innings
bioliolbulll..rln :::,t.i,+: -:. ,.I. i "b4tt-4 ,Is Laetevv II. J. Am. Harry Walker Philadelphia rhlllles all-star cent** fielder Inm 1. Hit br .w*._ SpotIt 4W. PR 10 AY
,, was even more pronounced I with an error and a D..UI. kr million t (Horrolll br West Pnlni' .-... Site. 111 i
9 1 -4 fik".0 Our nt-4
la, 'i.k.l" .,1."..'"' ,aud, Ii'llietwo" 1'. I oltt T.II.; .6.. hi... H. Ar..ld 4. G..h...., as Pahokee was routedIn Leeds. Ala, tapes his favorite bat ia the dugout at ChlearetWrlgley passed ball added three more Slam. I HkloMl. .. .. Mae Mid hi Ita .'.... .oil.. ,,,,,. UHU4
.; J. ..,... I Field prior to the start of Tuesday after_'* aB star M HIM* I ond 0 ta I Union <. Came and Ballard: I I' Jiiun.nl .
A..ld. L..7 .d a South Florida Coast Glades
runs to the Stuart total la the .
II. 1....." "... "ps'.WK, VIm ioldmy. Tkror ..... bit .U. 9, H. Am I ta lotl off *1" 44 t in > .11-
floor .ry League contest 14-1. The Sundaywin tameTher which the American League won S-L Walker *isliitting Jrd Inning as Sloan finally decided ...", off Wnoon 4 and 0 In I sinal".1 SUNDAY t
I : :; :; .. ,,,",,., 4"",. .14 and.... t._A..w. twrr -' Wild nluk_W..-. I. ,..-a Okooehokot VM "nil 101-4
H. I enabled Stuart to .335 to with to all batten .
!....llovntl.",'II""" II" .........1 Idus".4law ..." ..--<*.W> II. "tUk, 7, protect prior today's game Plttnlmrg top bed had enough. However I. S.._ I, Dark I. Loolni I. Stuart 344 101" "laII
and "hl 10i.l.It. l'II..n.-I and J. Arn"U (.I, Its first place advantage and In the National League He b a brother of Fred "Dixie his successor Jake Watson, 111111.... Umpitoo-rrlti' nod aelmons .ad Cat''Is,.J II..tiald""' .
.h..1 whi'lk, I '.,11111.. ... OW"ubmr TI-I, .... end .liloo.
boosted It
to %
\ antr .., ldtiy.'"''''.4' best games Walker the Brooklyn Dodgers' slugging outfielder from Birmingham was worse Watson handed _
II '.0........'''....- ,........., I. the I GLOF TOURNEY HELD 'a report on the outcome of who also started In the outfield for the senior circuit all- passes to the first seven men he
ph..1. tedu11wa, Ittlo.111. p-le- Pom panes scheduled game in tam faced In addition to a pair of I "

l loan 14 AAtn"vmoki.q irilool 1m Dr Walter F. Davey won the Belle Glade the same day. wild pitches and a bad throw to LUNCrfINX"
I .
handicap tourney at the Martin II
better' dow.talowritt of ntkMlrnII
: The Carefree Independents of the plate. and Stuart literally
Of' its Aw. I Intilrow-lit 1 lOr r Jt4 1W.C..40404.I K nod. .tarfr...... i County Golf and Country Club West Palm Beach who replace while Pennock rapped a single walked In four more runs. I BEER

'1 of awto, claolty ..rh,0., wol .."....'I Friday afternoon with BUI Porter Morrison Field In the league effective and double and .batted in four I Bebee, with a no-run no-hit S : IAL
I ..... llwmtiO"14L finishing second. The tourney FISHING'SHORTSP
....d... end ......''rl.. h. pre.wo ., next Sundfy will play tallies. game within his .r..p.. he
.bell I,Id .-1 ."ddl.. OD" followed a picnic on the club who fanned I
the Sailflsher here next Sundayat Arnold faced the third batter. Sloan lathe CHICK D STEAK SANDWICH
Plan'too Pm. 00" Ih F-I Mh S liepe.RAIN house lawn with 65 members ..ndgue.ts 4T."SUc-
V 3 p. m on the East 5th St. In trouble only In the Jth lost It when Sloans N BUN . 25c
attending Dr. Davey was diamond. Hank Pennock and cesslve single by rand ey Hugh looper behind second base
.1 HALTS JUNIOR chalrmpn, of the tournament 0 ,00 A. M. 'til 2:00 A. M
I j Horace Arnold are expected toshare Bill Rosser and I a walk loaded dropped untouched but he quick ,
31/S sts N th of Stuart t Fed No. 1
LEGION TK\M GAME committee.
t't the bases with two out but fanned
the Stuart mound duties.The I Iy pinch hitter Bob Davidto
Wet grounds here yesterday The scheduled display of fireworks Jim Sims fanned. Sears plaguedby By EARL HALL retire the side At this point! YOU CA>T BEAT THE JINX
afternoon forced postponementof Westgate boy were resplendent Open Sund A Noon Till 2.00 A M
1 was cancelled! as the noisemakers In trjelr new uniformsbut seven miscues by his mates Al Showalter and Charlie the game was mercifully halted

baseball the American teams' scheduled Legion Junior were not available, I these couldn't make up for was never a puzzle although the Ramsey had quite a time with under rules of semi-pro tournament ClosedVll Day Tuesdays A

r game --- their lack of experience In this game wasn't entirely out of their light casting rods They Play which slat that It a
with Pahokee, The same condItion
CIne GAME POSTPONEDWet hand until the five-run 8th Inning difference
their first game this season Stuart had a 22-lb..and ll-lb Jack on of seven runs or more',
halted the scheduled
: also scored In each of the first blowup At this point both at the same time. The fish pro- exists between the two teams tt -
Belle Glade after-
Stuart In clash grounds
yesterday THE
Arnolds cracked doubles while the
games midway point the DIXIETAVERN
seven Innings starting with ceded around the boat in opposite -
forced for
i Tuesday noon postponement
four runs in the Pennock Lowery and Emerson contest shall be considered ended "
opening round direction, so quit a few
The juniors are scheduled In the second straight week of the Kramer contributed single and .
while the visitors couldn't geta exchange In rod were made AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE
Pahokee Saturday will be hoststo return Softball game on the
Vero Beach next Wednesday East 5th St. diamond between man past second base until the all managed to score when pa- After about 40 mInutes, both fish Sixteen players made the trip IS Miles North of Stuart On Federal Hi-Way; I

I ,' and to Belle Glade July 19 I the Kiwanis and Rotary Clubs. 7th. Horace "Mule" Arnold hokee down of had-Mule an Arnold attempted off third run- were landed. That quite a Job and all but In on who was 1U participated IF YOU ARE WISHING FOR A GOOD PLACE TO
I I tossed scoreless ball for five Innings and you might say a little luck. the fiasco Manager
In his first mound start go awry to let in the lost two They had several other large John N. Mann expressed his ap. EAT and DRINKYOU

this year and then was succeeded runt Jack also before the morning Predation today for the fine AWAITING

I' for two-Inning stint each by The box scores: wu upnere's. support liven the team here but YOU.
HOMES DESIGNED Bob Johnson and WESTCATE stressed the fact that IU PREMIUM
George Griffin been several good reports operation -
I AB B H PO A I !! Involved considerable UNCHES, DEU-
Both of these
relief hurlers
w.d. 1.If.. a. i i i i on large bass striking ia
PLANS DRAWN gave up runs as Westgate rallied Dtt ..., Ib, I I t S tloilox the lower South Fork. funds which Deed to be supplemented CIOUS OUR COCK-

., with five hits to avoid a shutout D. Huk. If.. rf .1111.4Ilnil. ( Large school of mullet are by Its tans if it is to

{I .. reported moving north to the st.
I Chink" Stiller who played the .= : : I : : : Lucie Inlet That a good sign urged good attendance for the
T. H. ., UHi remaining; home games and
first five innings in right field 4 0 1A' I
.. for tome more good fishing to
I \ .k Ifrr I 6 added that any donations will be
for Stuart paced the hitting ..t. rf I 1 I IHuihri. follow.
with a triple and two singles fora C. rf I' 0 t I I sincerely appreciated

t MECHANICAL DRAFTING perfect day at the plate Bob l'. .Drem D--.. .rf..(41f I"1'1'. I : Ii. Stuart will play\ host to the 1

Harrell drove home five runs Jim $ ... rt i iImtnm I Carefree Independents ef West 1
with a single a walk and two STUART i. 4i _.. ... ... ... ... ... . I' at I p. m. Sunday!

{ fielders choices while Edmund All 1141 PO A K ;; i1 In a league game.HOLLYWOOD ,
: hlo", M ... I t I I I 0 HOTXOCUDo
t \ Giles led Westgate with two .iromor. .. I 4) 1 I 4) I SMART a II po A ItA.
I ii tI 'r HARRY LA r0FF singles and drove In Its first ".nock, Ib I I I Ile Orem V '-' ...... '.
II'' Horr.ll If I I I Aa I PO A 2It Do.ld i : : : 1 : : The Marine Room
JI. : run Amour. If I. I I 0 w. Dn... IkJoiir .. .., I I .
I : Stuart manufactured only 11 Loworr. tt s. I I 0 I If : : IshmM i i n ... .
: : :::: ::: '''
: III' hits. but aided Roll rf.. ... I. 0a : :: 4 i: l I 1RobnUM. S. Dm were considerablyby .Arnold. pJohruwa . .1. w ...... ._, . w._ of.. . I
t"' the generosity of the West- p 1" P.nitx-k Ib .. .. ......., I t I ILonrr .' two Brooks will to.make
Fugate & e lees Griffin.' e .. I .f ._......_.... I S I I" 7',: ..: J : : \ : try
gate battery. Pitcher Tom ..11.... rf I I I Griffin. rf ... ... ,.... 0 . ..... .1 .
'. : II Deese and Walter Wade walked ........ rf I. t I H. Arnold.. ..|h. ....I t IThompson. | II' almost a Is IsHuteblatom
Engineering & S voying 1men\ while catcher Aleo ., Ik .. I' I I 4 0 0 ....'"'''' 8 I I lb7.: : -j : : : : : .
ta.... So 1111. 1 ... .. Ih I' I. Illishatem 00Itestod .. . q nks
I" Rains Build' Hughes allowed 14 Sallflsher to 831'. 0 4 1 I II II 0 K..."' I.. .... ...".'..".''..S I I 0 .- ..... -" .. ..... I 1 your
H.I...,. 1\, I 1 0 0 41 a ".61.7. to 4 IS 1 Slittill.r.
I } ; steal a base Arnold.'". II. 4 0 Hot:. ....::::::::,:...! : 1 :: J. 1 i
: Phone 311 Stuart Auto mechanical trouble near - .- .- rf .. .. .. .... .1. aArsomr. I too fteoft .
::1 Indlantown delayed Sunday1 II II 11 17 4 I rf.."( ....__.2 I STUAIRTV.mmd your I IiOpe
Sraro kr InnlnciWoitmu ..... _8 .
J. Ammar 1-1 1 4 1 I
game an hour and six minutes III Ml So4 h ON : :
'I d past the scheduled 3pm. start, .tuort 411 til 10..-URuoo 4171 74 it shim an _*. ::: I
tJ baited In-Horrall I. Stiller St.Onvo grammar anIlarms
1 but Pahokee probably 1 II sorry Rrrrr I. .-,. Kramvr. J;iknon. Sales, br bmlm.1P.hokn .::.. .. : : : : : : 5 Palms
I ( today that the player made it Oil., T. H..... t. B Don Twokooo '
... d- 1 :
I bit. HI, Des o, E Dooio. Tkrrkoto Itl see II i-I 1 :, :
15 after all. Jesse Arnold racked up _tlllor. Earned: nmo-rUuort IWo.to.to Stuart, .... ... 114 111 _14 Oot'-of.. . .
, 4\ his sixth hill without I. Left on ko.00 Stuart T HUM kittod In-Praiwck 4. Lomrf, 11. 4 "-... .
t I II !" victory a W....... T. Stolen. b...-<<<.ll... DHuitno. 1. H. Arnold I. ankles. .. Jam, Shoo.Htil 8. Arnold ft ":: : : : ': Victory Ho Building I
IfouslWORK loss as he checked the visitors T. .belotte4.. A........ H. Amold.Intork. ,
p,tEss .. R.' ..... Slopes I, '......h allow reAremosip
I I \ with three scattered singles I. MomH Job....., Rooter I, lr.ir.inaobortoon. s_...,. Starmad too-MusA rif :': .. Hrl.l. ..r S. J. Arnold Struck 6 I'llhoonal' I. Loft sen bummul--ditwert 4Pedutheat Stealth siaones : : .
over the first seven frames Paul ..._, T Dr*.. I. br W.... I. br H ,. Double p.--. Arnold to ... Ih ... ..I' I ;
Thompson replaced him for the Arnold I. br J-h..a t. br Griffin 4 >r. Ponnock to I. Arool*. Seattle. ...... It ".....- .. ... I I 1 1 .
... _. ... .
I.. on bollo_ off T. Deow I. off W.... _PHk. Bh_ S. Lo ,. Onto.Struck ,
last two Innings and lost the .I of Joknun 1. Hit br pll..or-h oul-kr oMn 4. kr J. Arnold 4.by E.J ,
shutout in the Ith on a walk ., ". I (T Oono H. H.....@., Wild 1OP' II Moss on, hoHo off Soon *---Nk.ttod am lbomki.
off J. Arnold I. off T_ L 1111-11,11ted to, .
olteb-T Doooo 1 Policies 1111 Jeweaer No 'u,
an error and Stuart Spoloner'slong .Specializing/ The Finest
.'t 1V541HING's Nuikoo Rum end kilo off T. DOOM WIN Hck-Tkoninooo Amps wed has 11,11 Nepalese .
double. I nnd I ta 4 I-I 1..1..... off Wodo Iwd off I. Arnold 0 sea I In t lubrao.off -- _..,_... .e- 6
I In S I.I Innlnn, Tkompoon, t Hd I In I I...... ..
off H Arnold
I Ln oVl In the meantime Harlan Sear, .. S In 11n.1..., off I.h.... I ond Iilu. Id Wlnnliii. ..ltco.r-J. AmoU. Puood bass. .1 = iij-; : ;;;; ; Lee"416Is. 1,
,, who hurled the long rout for I. 1 .. .. off Griffin 1 ond I 1..1.... 'rn>nor I, It.tl I Umplroi Pork* AmeW ". '-- Neste, 1. a. PACKAGEGOODS'
Itlmnior d SnIMoo. Tln I alL .. .,.
'. Pahokee was tagged for It base Winning, 5,101-ef-H. Am.1d .Luallog 0. -La. annand _._ u.
Uo.Rrln. ... U..pl.-W.II. pad -
knock as Stuart scored twice Tl. -I,41,

in the first Inning and at least 'AHOKEEAB II Jf PO A J Quo Jity Offeri ai '"

i once in five of the seven innings R. @Imoa. So ... I I DINE and DANCE p
About thereafter. Harris Lowery and J..SI..t. .. 0 : 21 21Simenor. Pric l
They all agree SOFT WATER 0 ........ -4 6 I 4Nek. I .... That Right 4No
\ Herb Pennock led the offensive .. me ..- .. .... 0 I 4Amear. .
I "' Lowery collecting three single Sly .... I' 1 2 I 0 I
I' Tu.h.I1. .. .1..1
and driving home two runt it".., 2.. ,".., . .
I e Rich suds for ball, g. See It today! Easy to own, -' a

it A shampoos and shsvfn|. Pays for itself in soap and SEYMOlNNTASTY I Enjoy 6ui'MIX t

U hiter washes without iartl fuel "savings Now' Under Personal Supervision of

rubbing and with ball the PER M U T IT' EARL B. DUGAN, DEUodtFOOD DRINKS

sosp Dishes dry to a sjlirkle turns hard loafer Owner" Mae Drinkyt-Be r so\Draft

without toweling, AllAours "IntoIOFTWATIR OR 01 .
with AuMmilu St. L /Bar
oh to I a Pennutit ).J "Tall COW On*." For lot Rummer Day,

,Water Conditioner. M o A aoj. I.S, .... Of STEAKSandSEAFOODOUlTsrCCIALTY,


I it D. F, Keith, 630 South 4th SL Line of Choice 'LIQUORS, WINES Jensen Beach 'SEYMOUR GIDEON

Pierce.-Phone 884 or 532-W Owtoer
and CORDIA CIU..r'.a .
JOHN N.. ,) ,*. .


....... .. ,_, .':. : 1 ," '1I.o 2 ,, .

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THE TU.u'T.NEWS:' STUART, Martin county' FLORIDA, THURSDAY, reLY 10, 1S47 .AGI nnI tl

ot the.OnlKerslty formerly of Spartanburg, a C., TAKEN BY DEATH 1 Bulova Watches Ii '
I 01 Florida totaling.more Tampa, July 10 (FN8)) }. will hold the formal opening of
Iman 1,000,000 Includes temporary Tom Watson, State Attorney Rivers Edge: China Shop oMn- I Intern&tiolUl 1 Sterling/" I '
facilities for the enrollment General and candidate for Governor day, July 14, in the building on Death wrote "finis" to the life\ ,
and Wotods AcKvarved
"lIt f (000 students next ,September said this week he would\ north Federal Highway formerly of a colorful Martin) County negro Keepsake nJ
1 university Officials advisedIww continue his fight against establishment occupied\ by Lance Reitaur when Caesar Bean died In a Diamonds and Vv Hng Ring 1 i '
this week, of the Everglades National ant. Miami hospital last Thursday \
Park, and would use the Caesar originally\ from the Bahamas J (
radio throughout the State "to WELFARE!: DEAN NAMED was a man of powerful C. & KER +il .
get my side of this matter before Tallahassee, July JO Pr J. physique and superb seamanship I'
the public. Broward Culpepper, for the past In his .earlier years he was a ewe 1 e r
REALESTA "J! 1 dldnt; think there were year director of the division of diver, credited with the feat. of OSCEOLA AVE. STUART iJtll:
real questions and educational research and serviceat bringing up two copper plates'per !
public rights dive in the salvaging of-the J
Involved" he added, "I would Florida State University! has I'
been appointed dean of student material from the bottoms of .
not needlessly Jeopardize my wrecked ships He was credited "r' d j
TE political future welfare at the Institution according -
by opposition with saving the lives of some
to Dr Doak JB Campbell,
which Is alone and single It Is "
prominent Martin County win-
president Of F8U
Properties of all kinds a majority lot easier than to to track be the with minority the- RALSTIN VACATION ter a residents cruiser,when he took, as deckhandon over after Announcing, the" Formal OpeningMonday /: t I'' :' '":

especially In public life" Ralstln of the News press- the captain, had placed the ;: ,
| for sale.Also Watson said he was opposed to rom force, left Wednesday with craft In a precarious position. July 14 Lif'I'l :
Hiving the park area to the Mrs Ralstln and son John Nix- One brief shot of glory in his .
rentals and insure Federal Government because ot on, for a 3-day vacation trip,to life was when he played the :j, i
oil rights Involved, and would MiamI. They. plan to Includethe part of 'Friday' In a moving ., of i j
snce tournament of the National picture of "Robinson Crusoe"
Baseball Conference: 'In their I made in local waters. He was 6

Edwi i app I"I IIIh'7i" 'OIiii" : recreation--- program- burled today River's Edge China !Ht +i'

wrens AND MOTH" O' DRl. "M I
Re tor Sat Morning 10 A. M.K' Norma Jeanne Sheehan \U'ft), 19-year-old aviator from la., ALCOI 0 Shop :!
Grange, Ga, and James E. Murphy, a war veteran suffering with SAT :
P.O. reade Bid die Show an acute eye Infection, are safe In Atlanta at the end of a daring 9sNaahlNr ,...... sSh 0 ..k rt wMluHM
r flight In which she flew him through rain and fog U Lawson WHITI CaO SPITAL.M w c. MCMILLAN Owner ': :

one 19 GLORI JE General Hospital for an emergency operation. The'Atlanta Ortrtf Amass Write tailSO f 1r. St fMtnkwf. Flo. (In site formerly occupied by Lance Br a. Restauranton ,.:,!J ;-.'lj' i.
rlINLIIII Municipal Airport was closed because of bad weather Airport '
I la"UND officials started to give her a ticket for traffic violation when the 41 U. S. 1 at first Gulf Station north of Lighthouse). ; / j I

brought the plane safely to earth there, but relented upon learning l- i :., i I 1 1"t
II I the reason for the flight ;,, ,
1111! Specializing in "I"f i it ,

TODAY ONLY, Sat.Plan Morning M* to attend Shows all, our eral withdraw Government objections".ees If the fit Fed to 1 iiiMiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiii.miiiiiiiiiiiimiinObituaries 1 CHINA 1. ODD PIECES j ,t 1 jf:!I i' II,

THURSDAY, JULY 10 Regular Prices voluntarily re-transfer to return the State this,"oil by HiiiiiiiiimiiimiHiiiiiiiilimiiiHiiir e DINNER SETi. OPEN STOCK. 1'1'' \ t1::1'.'"',
w' -- ; i\
N.I/.aa OSCAR F, LAMPAttTF.R & f
119"1"1 byvi -- --------- NOVEL'BES AND IFTS 1 [,
I j\\zl, ,
Oscar F. Lamparter, 54, brother '
of Mrs John Theiss of Stuart, IN CRYSTAL ANiD/ CHINA >, ; ij
1 ,
died unexpectedly last Thursdayat I' I
his home In Meluchen N.'J. HUUlPOJTERY I : "i
4 yis Mr and Mrs theiss were on a General lectric ; 1
summer vacation there at the I'
time Mr Lamparter was In th I i
construction business and wasa Appliances advertised this Calling Your Atte/fcn to Unusual Values ',l'I'
in a Mcwflait week were i 1
(TOM life member of Mt. Zion Lodge, ii, (I
DNWAY / / / f and A. M. sold i I '
f 'w !
one" Besides his wife, he Is sur. \j
a Norgerr fm / / / vived by two daughters Mrs We are expecting a new ahiprn Fi n the very near Dinner/eta Nbw In Stock I,: ,,
rr.awlcsTam Sarah Jones and Miss Joan Lam future
or saulllalaAL Mprsausfaker parter; a son, Frederick Lam- i 32-piece .. /8 13-piece ___J26.00 '\ '
i parter; a brother, George Lam i \' '
0 parter and his sister of Stuart I COME IN AND PLAtff. YOUR VoER. 62p/c. \ $2550 ,1 I

The funeral was held from ,
the Hlllpot Funeral Home with P: '4 j
burial In Hillside Cemetery .',' q 11


Mrs Nellie O'Brien Cole, 83, CLAY FLOWER POTS \inch to 9-inch '.: Ii ,'
Martin Electric Co.
a.I1Orl widow of Joseph Cole, died June County Sc to 45o eac dd', ,
0000 25 at the home of her daughter, : .:
moms Mrs Williams I of J. W. ::1.,
; Joseph Trum- KELLER Mgr, Inviting Your Inspection '
bull, Conn She had been Ill for
several months She lived In Dehon Bid:. Phone 81 I", \'I '
Lusccu Stuart for a number of years I ,. f, 11't
N( ONPia "
during the boom when her son, I.' ,. t '
1 :
PSELI in County.Ele 1' I
curse sfurFRI. a Francis Cole, was In the real '
estate business here. Roland ''j
Mlnnehan of Stuart Is her grand f ""I

SA JULY 11.122 tric Co. son. "
J Survivors Include three sons, ,
RI HiTS-2-- I" ,
Benjamin of Torlngton, Conn.,
George of Syracuse, N. Y., and > :
HI NO 1TOIN Francis of Alstead center, N. H.: A'nnouncin'SU: I\\
All E.. 100 TIME HIi RETURNS one daughter, Mrs. Williams of g \;. IIt
Phone Trumbull and two slslters, Mrs. :
Mary McCann Torrlngton, and ,I J
Mrs. Eliza Barnes, Watertown,
CBayou-Ta1LMD I 81 Mass; 14 grandchildren and 13 li\

VEf1ETIAIM great-grandchildren Funeral service was held June HI

23 at the Williams home with NI I SANDS ,
Ire'H burial In Sharon East Side Cemetery ;',
( ;
NO. 2.toNE : '
( ';
a Sale Items WOODROW STUART I f"" t,
r Special Woodrow Stuart, 25, former ,"
: ; (,
TAR resident* of Stuart, was fatally J 11
Injured by a foiling tree while : i'', I
M00 logging near McKenzie, Ala. l ,
Monday. He was associated in "

the oil business here for several THE IDEAL SPOT FOR YOUR OCEAN F/ONT COTTAGE .... I, j I ": ) I I' '
Vars with his brother, Arle Stu- "j'1,
5001111 sills Men' Long Sleeved ($4.95 to $5.95 Va.I.) art, having moved to McKenzIefo ,,, f.I I, f. .1
slentw asolgr years ago. 1} I

Nee laneil all Melt alaaa Shirts $3.95 No details of ,the accident or .. ;:,,1, I
Sport f. now of funeral arrangements have ,I i I ',
been received here Mr and Mrs.

,r Arle Stuart after had visiting just the left par McKenzie Located jut three-quarters of a milvlputh of ,Jensen Bridge, on : ";. r) !

ents, Mr, and Mrs D. W. Stuart,
Sun do M Julyl13-14 for a week. Other survivors Include paved road, this new development offer a uYiited number of attractive :j I "
One Lot of Men' \ (Vayf* to $8.50) two slslters, Mrs. Wilson
HUI McClure and Mrs. Arthur Bow- lot with approximately 80-foot fronta aver ging 900 feet in depth. ;:H!;I q +ili I;

RTSTA Dress Pants .\ /o\v '. $5.00 erlng husbands of Stuart left here, who early with yesterday their- the .K,l1;, ,,

to attend the funeral Alsoa Lot extend from the AtlantijrOcean to Indian River, with full it j i. '
sister and two brothers In Ala- I'I'I.
bama and another brother In the rivt" ',''h"l!"
bo / and -
KTa5dk Navy. littoral I and riparian right on ocean ., "It \ t
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Ladie ,(Special Lo /n\ uding Value to Warren Gray Bragg, 88, fords
er Chicagoan, died unexpectedlyat Applications Invited !
$4.95)) his home on South Colorado ,
Ave. here on the night of July
5. Funeral services were held at i.iP.I. :
WAR Shoes ""$1.98 \
vii Play e e e now 3:30 Monday afternoon at Johns t i
"The 1U I t Chapel with Edward Mapp of- t A
ficiatIng tat' Christian Science !( I
rites Burial was at Fern Hill.
He is survived by his wife Marie, c
and by a sister, Clara Bragg of
Ladies (V ue* to $6.50) Shlpplngsvllle, I'a.UQUOR C.. B. ARBOGAST, i

.,-j '1516I HOURS

Cotto Dresses.e e e QW $4.00STUA'R'T ( ./Here la- a clarification of the, and Associates aM
new county liquor resolution
Bart can remain open from
7 a. m to 2 a. m. the following
Jay except that no sale of alcoholic REALTOR
I beverages more than 31 '
pet cent''by volume will be allowed 1

from 2am. Sunday to Real Estate '- Waterfront :1- Properties' "' Insurance
,; -:-,
7 a. Monday. ,
ro) .' '
Sale of alcoholic beverageswill .'- 'j.f ,;J". *'-..,! ..4 :: \ :, "
be allowed from noon to St Lucie Ave.!,: fl'' Stuart, Florida
midnight on Sundays during the
DEPARTMENT STORE winter, season Dec 15 to May 1. I.

Community forests; provide .
ready resources of funds
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Certified Crossword Puzzle : : : : ROWELL LAUDSCootinuedFrumage a.dCe'.snotoss.b5.. for th* HOOM .11I N*. tOes' : .'=Viit 0.1"
FOR SALE State tIt .
Ii IiI AT I .. ...''Id.I. .
,...tIaU.. ,.. tk. BOW JM lbs GIVEN .hot 5555..
dsf5.tls 0551V5555051s.55
\; Creole Easter Lily bulb plant. ..... froo. coop 11.....' WOTICS 1& .$
CH33IFIffl 1..1. AT II..I I" o I I... k.l aa .. lACK HOROAM lbs .koH. .r of tt. followlao -

I l Int stock Three to four Inch ACROSS II. Furtlvat c R I< I .,. It Stun....,. aald 0 ...ru foundatloa ldlb .los W. ....seInie ','., oorllflcat kaa 1. oaM* *= 555.5. dsfi..tlp: 5I :- to 05140SbsInOtnodb

bulbs. le four ,to five Inch FtbrM"" II.Oo"olub" II.. p A A I RI< ( One) 1\#..... oea '0 osseud ., thu. s.d.. Cool000I.s. oaT fleat n.for.a..111.ta>* .dud.. StoInO U 5. aod*"'poir ..1ms. seotoe.OtIO.I 1_ '
S cents five V six Inch, 6 '* Kind of ruth :* |ltldirt" objection to it wu the feeling All ....t .ho 10 .t 150. ... of Ik. proawt .
: .... eriptloli '
1: : "'hI' I IU N I. ... M I.I!! '" .. JulyIs. tk. d* = ::: = '
b Croi. offlo.1'' II a. Saturday .... .ta arkllk It wu ;.
orders. five againstthe ,, and SM
discriminated .
F rents Quantity 1t : that It
( flun: '
:: : ps 1Ia :a :..:; H U ... 0 iL.l S E. S Tko M-la CouMp) (aapWr'of 555Aroorimu ........ ar* .. foltowilCrtlflUi = of 5514 iSoo. ..
bushels or more(forty dollars II 1<..".. ... P..u.. It I.. I II I.. ... T I I.. man with a big family In II 0..... ro.......-t..* rOoSt Mo.' SIY.r r -l ..: :.: ht
14 fcaat India' to roJM PC all. kid.i .. .. ,... .. .... ..
p. O the lOll. ..
i bushel R. G llupfel, 4eflrubody I that he would be paying of laaaan. JUlIO I. t: .
per :
RATES: PER WORD ORDIN mon.y :. I tot Ie" 5 ACIII II. II .. -0.
ART MINIMUM 35e t'OK 171 Box 1134 Stuart. Florida. '1L K.rvouaIwllchlns II, rormpfoncllifIL .. A T ilggest share of It. :Brkrip4ta"urS: : : nTrtTL. ''III,'K2'ffVS ...r:..::: :.:. ::: ".
ADVUTISlMIMt .1'' ......., '
UCA i .ho t
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WORDS: Se PER WORD CAPITALS ; July 3, 10. 11 Day of ti. Airdummp A 54 I The speaker laid several other rt' 01 MiASKTowMklp ....

MINIMUM SOc FOR i' work a0 money-raising proposals gained NOTICE 0' TINTION TO ECISTL5 ( : .:::..: 41 ::..rt.: : :.
r 0 L t.
I Roalk
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NEWSPAPERS ic a pound II. riladalit "AMI :: :
171'OLD : : I' : Cl 1 rITIOUS ... Ik.l.U.
WORDS.iIiiuuuuIiiulliultuuuliulIlIIlilllIillIIlllIi. at Stuart News I tf 10. huh: iiulcal: U: i. 1 I 3 0 consideration notably the gross Non* la xklrk* aiapuod HomM :: I> :I = ::t....,:' ..

I 81. Rxldl.li Nnillvatl ... Ooddrai. of p I. T 1 I I p I $1 receipts'" tax but none had muchof Not.let la .li-eky nlfoa Brovl.loa.. "la.of U>.Ckanur sokeulr.ds' ... WAIIoTrirrTd:d' ....'...... Wlr.HI. tfc.Oo T..hl. 1Iou... ..:.. ..

j .;tilt SAii; chili. i Jack Pony. Ii. W.lIn. ( II Sr.ToC dull S T 0 H I.. D S T '( L. r: I a following However be 'Kill L .Ik.. of F......... LOon of <.nl.' of .lords. orrtlfleato. a,aw of or Ftorlda.VntoM _lfloat.a. $0:.:t :'. i:.

t 10 < yr old S 00. 1 child ft Broa"hi'rapnll'Impl.m..t SI: N.m""'" warned that funds will have to .1141, sIll I ml* ella tk. Clrk of tho akaH ka o.dosO00 a k ODoardiw' 'o law faotsss& -
; ::: orr:0.: olutloii or '.turll. Paulo through Clrtull. Court 1 and lor Marti OooatyFlorida ........ =-' 53; 501slb, :.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT I swing t U 7 yr1y d. practical. : : s be raised eventually upon l-.li* of proof of p""*M. jfssin&zr. : =.. 'h.. .

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIlllllllllllATLANT : I new, '509 I toed electric : r".k-I. Ii. b; :. .. Ha vlnt twa | ,'tall' some medium and he urged his tattoo of 554 .ot''.... .h. ck.ara. flctl la. "_ 0111 .In 1'1 h. :: ..rf_ .:::
ton 0>\- Style Skop W r. .td.rH.T. .nutJf.1"whkk .
II serious uses .
Iron Condi, 'n, new cord I. audience to give some '
good '
IBaavrlt : Mol.l., ('h ; :' : ''II .... .. .
I II. tl; tliat* 1 : iumu csuse-s nIUur SSosuOseatS It M.. Fo. .
Court Apia : : thought to the matter. -
$3.00. Atlantic > fom 11:_' : : :
u .i-: -
115. It L ....u.. The clubs meeting day was THE WTLI SHOP ;55i.sI. thIs Third da, W J.... i 4LEGAL ?. '" ..' :

I Apt. I '"" to- .'; iO ((1 ; p. Oonjuaclltw'' r moved up 24 hours. because of ador wkkk so Jk aaa-an loha.tmuO. 5s.l* pejiegonS', Con 1I.-.I'w: :.'1 ,,1\:1\: .:
1. .
: wh;: : 19. Hilly ... : : :: '
Lau 1 .rln". pl000. 01 ,..t. ;: h'' ...
7 rK SAUl ryetie J'3 U '. IL.Sj-nlhwl* t tVlabrte he holiday Friday. Two' guests'" la ho.i.eoso....., MarUa %aly", rterlda. ToatMRS It Coot MoOs Cmuti. ..:::: : :; .
I. 111 11J Ing Machine .blnet Radio rof I I Introduced. .. ... usid bo.bosp. ..
t! were I. In Floids.NV or .
'''' pull's DORnTHY PIERCE!': pc. =.: ::: ; :
'..,... .
Phonograph Combination. -1-- i- - It ConotHgontII. So. T H. Do sod No. .'n.
I U. it 50
rob JUl. 5. Jsrsdlsi
111 uIIV 99g il m vacuum' clean and attach- r.o ; I'1' illbhxvd' .' 51,55 55... -5 no utbo poe. 'hf .,:.:: "..7:.
Parof a iklt i IOs.5.M5 I. -...-. ADVERTISEMENT
menls. Boat' a a'. Inboard f- ;Ji State Vegetable usa : :::'::-
{ '1 "' : 11 r' f411'MWO! 'b *.boo l TMR8 ocAl, :r..L r1 ,:\ '
air cooled mote,| 31. East 4tb r -I-' r.: Limb dMA us> HIBBARD NOTICI or APPLICATION FOR TAO soo.bp ,: II,. .1 l.usea.55,55
St. TeL 107-X I 1 JT f'J 1 44 f&j U. Malayan' July I*, II 14 II DEED .
7 r... f. outrlfvartl Committee Adopts .. :
July 10 17 imMENTREFoaT Houa* BW No. IMS 1 5.55 : Slur a. l:.,:
-- .-.. 2407 : 1"8 : : : Oo'Vy" LEGAL AUV NOTICE III HhRrBY: GIVEN' 0 lj t5.o'u ,, -. .. .
ATLANTIC COURT lars with IT On .shier,.us 5 o. c. B. ARBIMiAST and EVA D' AltM o.b55.5 :. thu.: SO. = :
SALE Gal. tops CONDI "
5-Point OF
APAR BMENTS Hill lOceath.:thishllms Cafeteria Jo JJ'3 :1.T eis n. iof.m.o.::;: Program CITIZENS BANK Oat STUART CAST.bob.. rrtlflraM,.. wlf. ....kayo koMrr.flM' of oslO".. ii.I- L.1' .=: tZr.:r. ....

STUART VLORIDA - .. hoot,. toy loa dud. 10 .5. ....... no.os '
::1 I'I Newly Dccoratedvfully quipped:: I Stuart, Fla. I It IJO( ii ; ;,t -1-- It Koli'mra'all' -- ol louiS IB a>* ..... ol rlda. .. IB. Tko ..a..Ifl.... ......... ... .5 r r'55.. .. .t' ''

I krlaitaK ,: Sebring, July 10 Housekeeping lApartmrnlsIOW I imillllllllMIIIIIIHIIllniillMiniMMIIIISERVICES ... .v. -I t 1 Curd a.m.IB. rectors of. the Florida Vegetable ASSETS .. ... tit. Ossios II inhl55. ins. lost 050 trot, sops se
7 I : :
SIMMHt RATES I / CIrusItOon't c..... oa aaort VISA wtkarhauiiMia 5-55504 Osin 0 rablossIdm405.0. .. .
FFERED11I11111I11111111I111111111111I1111I11I1111111 IT Aavoraarl.B temmltte have elected Paul B. ", .,,, t"I..'.. ........ In. hed. ,... .II .... ..
W. T. PAD .T. Mgr. r-o.1 I" .... ... RaH WrdII. Dlckman Ruskln grower as and useS I..." Na U. 0,0,4 1. .... ..... ... ......In.eat I.. .
Telephone 9152iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini Spr.aH fw II Pesos wi ,olInot55S' II. ..nUTUn' U'. ....ria. lb'sNoeth Ha 5550.. 5,055. hn' ue tb-s. 51. 1505 M
P\LM CITY STI(|tE: Groceries, o.o7ous' chairman for 1947-48, with Le- '.... 55055. Gouno. .1 OE't PC OKI. .urtlorby soc... Sb
i Meats, Ice Cre: n. Soft Drinks, 47 rr r""" P4 4k tloqunlapoakcp Monte Oraw of Orlando being ...., obiIes0000. 41,505, II'." ;V'3'oosbIe. 01 SosIb, sod... 01East. 05 usd ISO l55.SW"I : "
0,05 oss.prIsI,0 0 so so' Los I 0. .
| ' .. 'J 1" 41. Emalod4T re-elected secretary-manager, I.. t"-4::: ; ;; ...... In lbs suns .1 A pO C.rp.CsotlClosts ::, :" I W aad Lot II50If:'.
: !ff! ., . .... 0, Him .
FOR SALEliiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiliiiniiiiiiii'MiiiniiMii Franch l..e The group also adopted wide pMIloaI .WlsInInno lhoo.fm.. .hI<' ..,4 .arninov., k
Oh.. ...... O05.. ..d No. II. I JaO. Iloon. ...... 0 .l05p sO b-sd .ot I. ..
m.TON TRUr for hire, with IS' IS" 1 7 :>- II 41: rioworU M.adow nlc* program Improve and better ......nt.... ......... _".._ 111 : ..ooflo' lootS I 0.05Ososeos001 .... ... "
DopartoiII. annual Corpooto ........ .IuuIadIn. .. tot 0. 5. 05.11.5 =seb; 'In' ..orse5.5rS.d .
driver wi iout. See E. M - -1- the States $110000000
or ;; ; ; ramal'* ahoapM. S5.105.0O utseb .1 51. T.osshIe II.. buses IIEsall os'S. .,... ke ds.4 rroo4o
\ FOR SALE: nVEADJOINING|; Sellers at Sfart Auto Camp Idt'f4 I' Matal' faiuairIT fresh vegetable Industry. The '.....1 RO.'rPV 55,0. 5 .... ; s.d. eussased I 'M 5505 'ItJsku 4504 MulL 50 sI .... sin. ls..

CHOICE LOTS IN BESSEY Write Box l| 6. tf -:- r>an4r will Include: too,. lid .In" 55h.dirg P. ieskbss, Cov... .......... ... ....... .
1 program
....rdraft.1.urv III. IIRon'
I I" ." Ness _<*y4 kp tall, _...._
ADDITION. STREET HAS BAITtiiiiiiiiinmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiitiiiiiiiiim 1. Analysis of and attack up- 0r'nnllOu 00500 CptlCb54o 110.: I loa... h. I. '

RIPARIAN RIGIITTO. RIVER. BRASSIERE** Girdles. Health ., 0-du'oaa .--1 on the wide spread of vegetables i ......,... 0.., ..d U.'. ....,... Lo I ... a, RI..bIf. Tka tollowlai; pan.1 ot kai, ate..
11,50,55 01.150 '.' 55 R1V510b0I115 RE "U01'IVI.llOheofps'lol .la Cor. .Lala 4 aad I. Sortta Hla .
ONLY $200000 PlQCED FOR (Garments f Individually destined prices between producer and QUICK SALE. HAItUIS LOWERY by jpirella. Free dlanu (' ASKS PERMIT FOR with an education aro *.b_ M Noa.. Seas. U. T..hl..1 otk.. RoseO 40Eali *.*. 'J. "".. >.rtl...."l'. 15,5.
consumer "pus .......' ky .bask, ..4 sour I .. tho 55500 50Abespi a* follow.! Start at a PoiH kWoM .
JR. BOX 9541OK CALL .ls. Mr-/ T. C. Knowles FEMALE HELP WANTEDllllltllimillllKHIIIIIIIIII SKATING RINK: program to show the housewife Cup, H.. of Got. LM 4. *Mk.at .

141 % tt1 I Phone SlArt 3.W. tf !/lllli'iIIiIll Charles Beyer applied to the the distribution of produce prices TOTAL ASSETS! .... ".",." I a dtotaaoo .. UP .. ...... *:.tk
LIABILITIES CtI1los1s' II. .boor'S. Sass 1ISla : North HIM. ot tk. Smi k H.. tOo ..
-- WANTED; Waitress or dining City Commission last night fora up to the time vegetables reach 0...... ._IU of i.. ...on ..... 0 "10. Is., Lot 4: ....... E..trir. MKwMk

FOR SALE: 1940 Glir lIu.e' LET IS Eli you a free demon- room. Please app /immediate- permit for a new skating rink her table. ..... ., partBjNklifcand 010,5 I. MI IT.. L1CI. 045. sod III fort Bomb of, Mo,.
It I oarporatloa. .117.1" DIVISION .... 01 G... Lot .. Bl rlokl. .,pIss. la, u. Monk.. .Ik. .
..Trailer Sire po four. KOO. See : strationElectric the new Runueyijwer ly CV'holms JKfeteria, StnABSTRArjrTICE at the northwest corner of the 2. Additional research Into all Tins dnottu of iadl.l boils.' 05. .....hl. 0.015. tko. Soutk Half of .. d GOT. laa ,

drti: L. Bans nrarJOrdway' 11 Cuts' high grass artF St Federal Highway and Indian- Fields affecting fresh vegetable Oasis. aartiMnkipa. aadcaroaratiMia Its.. 4\ C' il. .n' .ssueusd. I. 550sooul .,...... of! nu but loss.
( .. ..T..... ".M.SoyInn., of .onaalnli' taoaoi. lustS Hnoaritk
Paint and Body Slip Old and tou| s weeds. Bean Hard- town Road crossing The site is production. Including better DOPO.IU of Ualtod-Bl.cn tk. Won II.. of .... to., .uaad I
Dixie Highway or \tme Box ware Ci Phone 3$. tf requires the to be viewed by the commission reduction of cultural cost Go..n..n' 41.0.01,0o.ouloIessis : CurtIflo Ii. U. b.iosd 10. tIosS la. WM II.. of lbs SolO
I'' services an experienced yield. ) ...U.... '" oI 0... Lot 0. a .1.011...55
Jf : 'wti. "U 8\\
II! Stuart. f preparatory to issuing a temporary disease prevention harvesting : ';;. 8" :, jI :, 5-s 5 ..... 55 tho SSSsrsda

I July 11 17, M 31. | REGISTflt for employment tract bAkVposter of records. permit. better and pollUeal .......1.1.....> .,. 505.555 IlIheasit. .. ... 0.., Loti a .. _.... S'.i. _, Ibm55505
'I'IH 'II --- throu Ji Stuart Services at our Abstract It\tIe Insurance Co. packaging handling. af .kaak.O .,_... .'.118." '. T... i. a &auth. lten.. "41 alsse. lbs. _,... of 15. Ot ..,
Toul. 3. Continued effort to protect k r dcpoilta (::TUfk>d ...ros.00bthSmas54t. al.... to a point wk.ck .I. .IW. k.
fOR SALE: Fastest S h. | office/ in the Krueger BldgPhoif II vyiory ArMe, Stuart, Flor.RQTARIANS LEFT TODAY Florida vegetable from sad offle.ra. .h..,.. ....| 50,505.15 H. .. 11I'11.' '' .555 susO. sO .Insa _..... Ie 51
board Motor on River. \'ondl. 41-W for Snappy Services Id U Mr and Mrs E. Svlloko' of growers Boy Haddock to Ednrd la 5
I 'b- domestic and foreign competition TOTAL IlPOSITI 1&,111.\44.\ cstNs.:1.isnl.d! )un* I J .....<1..... IB, Dod mordH la l...
tion f.u.r.ntK-d J'Wtol for I tf *" Port Bewail left today for ;
ft all kinds. HEAn\fANN CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 41 fl CountEooard... I la ... So*. 5
quick sale Christopher l.fcctric Daytona Beach where they will Cplt.I.. "' ... .. I''subSoIl: On* 11)), 8llori Paco III') tkao" Nortkorly ahW
ol 4. Continued effort to adjust 5s.lbbose.4Iit' woos Ho of aatd land owaid 555 I
Shop Phone 117 PAT LL BOOK-National sys- Uohn N Mann, manager make the first stop on a leisurely : : ..... .. ... '
J, SJ.O05SdreOflI... ;; : : :::: :: : r d word Swaaa to Point': la tai*.
__ 1 baseball labor troubles and to sufficient = : J :
__ Sallflshers secure
the Stuart
ten for keeping; wage and \ summer vacation trip With -.... I... ..II....., t ot Jooa f. 11.- sri, ratoaitoB. lbs Wnl to d ol

FOR SALE: t complete ahfwer I ho, withholding tax and social team, spoke briefly on the,team's no itinerary mapped out they migratory farm labor asosuot I., prslsero4 ._....... .toad MortkwoH.. III fort IsiS. 51.buOsrI .Ssin.
,.. a
baths including stalls, I Uva icurity reports when you success this season and last and to travel around until Sep- during harvesting time to put :' It.IM slOghtsoPbu00IO. taa

tory basins, 1 toilet bOllll IJ\nd ha 10 or more employees. outlined his plans for competition plan tember when they will* return Florida crops Into Norfthem TOTAL OUHrtABiLITiJrj1 CAPITAL |4I.III.II ...,tk**...wilor...- of of .tk......I......Wot. km blo .

flush tank All new ant In Se u. today Ask for these alth In the national semi-pro home. markets"' _at first opportunity after TOTAL.550 CAPITAL AC- tkoBo. Nortkw.trlp' shun. *too W*.

crates $130 takes alt We .I'Stuart News office U setup this month at the weekly maturity, eflUNTS. ....,' ." ....let..1Th. of Iko I.dl.. Rl..*.r. .. a paM. h.
will IM I M Mof
bIos 1
Olympia Ice Company I&be 17" _. noon meeting of Rotary at Chlsholm EGG PRICES RISE 5. Vigorous follow-up studies _..... _,.'" sss.ltu1' !. .s.s.d.smhosoInoe paaalM .

Sound. "'f f I It I DO 1|>U have trouble with ysut 's Drill yesterday The club Jacksonville, July 10 "The of consumer packaging. c...... of stash wllfc total. :A'-s o.ls? I.01,.no.15 .0 AUCUOT do lOrIS II.. and H. BBitorlr, OB**

_' ? I belt not laying: Then nse had two guests upward trend of egg prices on The directors approved a motion -par cut''u. of MEMOHANDA SI....... r1;; %. FOURTH ? 00 ''ttE.os S tbo5osthMabls.idtsr.Io'ss.huoIp 1100 s.. 5'

FOR SALE: Italian accordiar >n Ills Pan-a-mln. Stuart Feed the Dade City State Farmers to call upon the 1949 FlorIda A.B.IB plodtod. or a.. JULY, 104?. .*a ia. t*.a potal .la a = otat
.. ...
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ksonable 5I.5 fort Monk s-us
condition '
class r
first .j very wrtie: Slire. tlTRIASES BUILDING PERMITS Market In recent weeks has lenempHasls Legislature to exempt gasoline tnwd to aocur Hakll.IUa poraor of ..Id Edward twiiat .kalk.aa .
phone 24 or -- and for oUir i Mank III.I fort .. iBoaaauot -
\ the of used for non-highway agricultural '
0'o, K, r Lyon'Unary Addition to importance '
7" ...... 111 I IMBloo. Ils
box 126 1 Ii i : elastic stockings, Lot 111, addltloa lo prounl kulldiai14 giving attention to poultry flocks purposes from p.ymentof I S. StiroaaaB Ca.kl rabo ? of ....,...... tontaoi. Mod
June IS July, 3. 16 it pads, anklets, etc Stuart kp II ft BDiwra kloek wltk awtal In next few months the States gasoline tax. .OHian d bash, .. aoktialytka P555 livarlaa rlfkta ......... 5555005
tl rot for top.rooat SIM the says .h.t aka.* ala'*...nt la Arua, IP.. ........ _I....,
17 Ijug! Corp: '' For Hn-b lure, adjaoat la Klca- Hol.loancrot William L. Wilson' director of tOsS k fully and *orrctly' ...__ .J'i itruo LEGAt. .VUTI3&MENT
FOR SALE: New auxiliary __ _
: -- klnrk sod r.inf,,rcd aaor.t. SSA ..... af Ik.. **vral. Button .. ] '
sloop with new air-cook d m"i SIrlCEit SUPPORTS: for Florida State Markets"' REPRESENTATIVE HERIA .....,... a" sot 1.05.0 Is '110" ste TH COIlS or TUE COUNTY IKSKRVIMO. .lalo lbs. Ora_*>
.hol< .50.5 aad sslI.a 5

tor completely equipped: In* ( 4ru. Men'. belts Luella we-I representative of the Social 00 .bssslsdnsnud a. B.5.154.........) C ..kO JUDGR MART COIMTY. FLORIDA .OobO-nt'oss.. bbs klr,la oaonoa..........olaioraaloa ..dIliaoa .0.
mediate sale half of cost $47, ..... ,.
o. Atwo
\, ry. 1101 Orange Ay. Security Administration fIeld I. m. Eols .t end I'osbIPs p0.5 P550
Slihtly I used electrically I drivel i Phone I".M for S. HUDSON HENRY 'ALLARDT" wllkoai.. ..'Iel.. ard ..,...., I
: ierde ap1ointment. office In West Palm Beach will JA8 fl REARDON nm-S 'Id. ..."<.
; FISHING .rrrat. road II In' *
cement mixer with I motor S70jP I ttII j J31 be at the !court: house Tuesdayat J. W. ORIJWAY_ All CoollIurs Pu.,,' MusO.nsbns froal tk* wnl II.. of tb. laol k.
II. thadbourn St Lucia, DIs0sstS. 5. tb-no AO.ISS5. .... ........ daorrlkrd. t* iSo. .h_ doi
(;, iIlIllllIiilllIiIIllIIlIIIIIlliIlllIIiIIIlIl 10 a. m At that time he will ol .,....... Coii.". a., Ko..te'Y. ldl.. Rl'.or. .-. ....$ liar d at
Blvd. 3 miles out, or Box 1084 be glad to discuss the old-age ...... U and aubairlbod. Wielor no .. ..4 suh 01 ,0 Of bse'by _.. road .kola. til a (ort Imu Ibf IM
Stuart. It FOR RENT IN THE FAMOUS tall Its ... 01 J.,.. 1141. ... sr.bp 01.4. ... rsabmd, 5.5 p i ...h.h.hU h.'..hU..................... and survivors Insurance provisions mOlly. lIIat I on 000 us or so ns5555nosdsobkhpo, 01.... wi ,.... 4Jo*. Lot 4. ... at rl.at >i.... BBaald
Po..t blet'nclrwo..d I I .' of the Social Security Act .u.* of tkl> bank' isbso _I..' tho 5o seNsoryIsbArd wo.1 lino i .iuko I* .... _
FOR SALE: ) ITUEL CRANDALL I cOCK dorauod. .lois sold Cn",. of fair proportioa of tb. ,>_'
Typewriter Ciood. condition II I St. Lucie Region and 13: take applications to II. ,..hllaII. to ibo. Cotin y Judo of rtl. c..." malatalalBf a aad boiplal nca. nalrrpalr ..
benefits under such provisions. susnuioo. 1-1,1-s. H.v'blOsO. Florida al ki. off c.* I. 55t 55-s .
Write Box 783 Stuart Fla. f 11I.111"11I11I111I"1 : ot ...d C.50055. Olssr5., orIdu, oilS.Ic .
3rOR vole TRUE STOIITSMAN IS A CUARDIAN OF NA1UP.AL RUOHHCEf LEGAL AOVl.'W I OuSt. osbsdsr. .....n'.. tb-u Oboe A sumS. wi mod 1.1. .0055.
-July ---.- I. RECENT ACT HAILED ... .1 1 h. lint ,.h'II.II' ". his. ....... pools', IS 0... 1M .. ....... itl44I..s u
SAIr.:,I't' and 4 lip Lau. By ERNEST LIONS 'old reliable live shrimp Best of fICTITIOUS "A I.lush.. oid slobs.holl up..dsoos4... thu. pbsse 555. ..to.1..5055.I. .... 4 aad' I JI HO.IIM"; I TS.lt II

son air-cooled engines. Also 1 01.-1. I all. but hard to get Is a live Orlando July 10t tAl Werly NOTICI IS HEHBY 01 Shut Oh, sod pot .offlo addrraalaiia 50 1 .1.1_.' Bad BUM par,.Icularly. ooiirkat .
*' 10, 17.IiiNT What would I do It I was goIng president of Florida Association ......I.n... .._ t''". .l.ioxs 54Ca. 5,4 .555* .ho sous Os hr 0 .Wnt '
Irritation pumps timer: Motor :..-_ ___ I bver pigrish bait ..,., 10,III. Lawa of .rId.. A... ,.. ...... .. h.. ......_. .os.ssh I
('0. If, fishing! the week-end? The outside fishing has been of Realtors, today hailed the of 1141 will' ... ..., wlth h. Cl-k 01 or demand aol aeHKNKY III .h." .he kotlaalao' k .. nl <. ..

---- --- : Floor sanding ma.4ise Well there are a number of about the flood but passage of the Housing and Circuit' Court ,IB LCoualy 050 Walls" .1" II.. W ta.l ,..III. Met ol Bii"

I PIANOS TilE BASIC J [ and edger Refinish Interesting possibilities This considerably average under, on par on the Rent Act of 1947. Just signed by pubiloiiloa riorlda of, BPOB tsi.. a rof < s.5, 'h pvsld 1551)). As .....In..t.. .,..Gus of tho.A .55 RD.sO = t,lIds.' ? 500ds.k:: ':.:':

yar floors at reasonable ntOll.I I would Investigate tkni. ...... lowlldARTIN I 555.5 =
being summer time President BALLARD, '
Truman as openingnew =
MUSICAL Pone 108 Stuart Hardware ebb with muddy water going COUNTY' CI; ENT cllAn. PRANK.. L. BUTTS, :; .. :.. o-
the fresh water .. ... *
possibilities for ISO .5555 I _
era private enterpriseand 5- o h..l i. *
five miles to Unbe- A' Administrator COMW
knowledre of music exalts anf I ci uIlllllajllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll some sea. 11..1. "r.h: II at pan III, Marlla ;
1,555 Fiori. "5.5 'hoI. .
firstHow lievable U sound I talk- of vital Importance to every ........ .".ld pass. Ml Bldl, orda MBld Bolat kalaa I ::
life It is an enviable social asf u may I. In bs.In I 5 '10... M I.-I. Florida. .' set It adorns riches and amelliates about the upper South ed to one angler at Payettes Florida community. CHARI.I.II MlaAIO I.. .,.., ,.bll..U... I... 41 IS4V MlJua of sold Oo. Lot I
5i0 n. P.I. ... WIn, ... .. "'
J.I 15. ..... alormM
i Fork for bream? Or Kitching sod Joaatorly
poverty It Is the blrthrii| I WANTED I Flshnhol who caught 32 bluefish I.,. 10. JaIp .. II.LECAL aa.k- IJJJJ
al flphl
of every child. Accept our !lnviiJ: I Creek down back of Kobe Sound? In the Inlet Sunday beforelast NO READJUSTMENTS ASKEDNo ADV ISEMENTP1011CC LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Ha of bad of mid. :. '.:' "

tlon to visit our fine display j .r ShIll 111111I11I11I111111111111I11111111111I1 I Both these spots should have and 25 last Sunday all IN THE CIRCUIT' COURT OF. 41 of 114.I ;
wanted for applications for HBO of *::7.ft
DIMC :NSTRATOR readjustment : OF 'POTEN 70 TO 5EGISTE& >
of water in the CI.CUII. NAND
both new and used pianos thf] k I plenty upper on plugs. All I have been able to flCTITI NAME NINTH orly ,
I bc territory Earn $51 or of assessments were ref FOR MARTIN COUNTY S'OF I ?
this list of attractive Ins u. I c. I reaches They tell me that plenty get In the same vicinity has been NOTIII ss.oxi* Y hYMN: thuS. Sb.050..loyrO FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY' k.ul'o: ::B.rrf :Jtlkaoa
celved the
betlt week. Write W. by County .Commlsslon un4. 'ho Bo
per proobtoos 01 '
of "shell-crackers" .
big are now: and MAROAHtTQ sWANS a widow I aloa' Ik. .5
ladyfish aalrly
mentiW.rliUer: Uurftn 217 Southern BlvdBeach 1 sitting as a board of equall cscur 10,015. I 01 Florida, 550.of ._ .' **:
i with hook and line of .SorlkiB II > .
being caught U4I. .III
0sjl .I" ho
A pretty fair catch of snook Cl-ok 01 tbtOo.kardarfao.d
Spmette. 73 kr action at the court aforo.0 d I* '' O.BM ol
house .
We aim Lake Okeechobee. Some of Monday .h. Clots Csv 5 sod 'a< MoOs. SAMUEL DONOVAN : "OB *
Iin was made of the South road IradM
Ivory 3,10. 17 II III Shoreof afternoon. However the board Cosot e.os.s. ', nosolpt moot DR.. at ala. .IoI'/-j 1 ) *
July ; : : 8.w.lla Prial Ibjap :
I I my Everglades friends say that the Inlet during the full moon .1 psbIbook.s a.ol.e. 11051. O.B I* .' '
: Starr. Spindle mahn ny. will offer another opportunityfor 110. .O50. 00.5 woaUrly Bloat tba sos'
$ these overgrown perch are running by anglers casting all night from .. ORDER OF I IISoH -. ,o.d :';
Cable Studio mahoganf finish WANT ft Man Too ClJR..K AI II IT. sodde .hi" bosSy .
: or woman pre hearing "
1 objections at Its'" t' lo C.taMlik" HoB .toad) 1 la tko: Borlb llao, or k> :?Z
and two pounds In ao.dl !
I one the shore. Half a dozen fishermen so : hsI.n. Mtsa$ TO SAMUtL UONUVAM SWANN tfwko. Iraol 51Io.oS.o orwrrwjsM
for door : : :: of shut" oorlala*
sentah Uailoo
appearance weight I dont know where togo 100 of regular meeting Tuesday Plorldst: ObuI il ..o', ... Is55,15Os .* ..*...... b 41tl Llakwaod \ .. .
averaged pounds .
Monarch Studio mafiianyfinish to do|) work In conjunctionwith In 0 'Ibm Road R.ltlmor. Marylakd. SAM "
i to get them but Its sure snook apiece for the three nights' II. MLrJOORA PAIlIt. .L Js..0l.e
NMional Home Improvement EXPORTS IMPORTS TOLD Foot you, FI..i. Ul DONOVAN' SWANS JB. 411 Ia, 5510 s.d. fill ":

Wurlitier Studio mJlioganyfinish kwvice. Salary and Com- worth looking into when the moon was al Its best Exports valued at $33400000 I... 50. 50. .. I. 1'f'R', Sod C $ EDWARD Rail awra SWANNmat Mary, ::.ij ;;;.'

L mission plendld Opportunity Any spillway emptying into A waning mon should make and Imports amounting to $17. LEGAL IDVEOTISEMENTCAlllOl Ouhio Siiw.1 Hollywood, .

Baldwin built Studi] mabogany I Call 24'ft Vero Beach or write St. Lucie Canal should be good day-time fishing better, and 100000 passed through Florid Calllornlai I jolard EVELYN kp bee. SWANNWAONOH ,....... -; -:-.. :.'.:;:

.\ U bet for bream and bass prov- should bring the grouper In off WARD I, WAONON ..... ...t. :?' "' 0 .
finish 177 :
Box % ports during the first quarter of ;:: "':
III' : :r.
vldlng that the water is flowing the outside banks THE: (I. T'dOUBT; IN AND P00 .. to 4111 Ltakwooa Road 5.1,5. ; .... ...
Everett Lyon A/llcaly 1947 the research and Industrie MARTIN ..ro. Maryland. ANNI' SWANK .
mahfany. WANTED: 101f equipment and Also they should be catching BUI Abbott of Salerno though division of the Florida CIlANCUYoaUR' COODRILH' Joined' .y hoe kua.kand .puosiI.0 5455 555
Spinette State .o
/ I furnltur /or club bo_ Contact plenty of crappie "speckled he had the worlds record trout ... CARRINGTON, GOOD :: :_,01.r. ...... .
I' Estey Studio w ..ut finish Chamber of Commerce state 92g 0' LIENn0w1'floo' aICH. ",_ ?.sblSs5. In 010 W..t ::$ .t.Nt .
: Packard. Studio i f.lnut fln- Mario County Golf and perch" around the Lake Okee the other day when he latchedon yesterday In Its weekly business i IIKtk 0'., N.w York, H. Y.; .. :

1\ tohChickerlnc. I Country flub. U chobee lock of St. Lode Canalat to a giant-framed "Old Spots review dealing with water-born sooruoaS .FRANK.... ,I.G Ill OOODRICH Wr.t Illtk ohms.... ,Now-I. ; .: =. .. .

Port Mayaca. I understandthat off Sunrise Inn Lander the York. N. Y. THOMAS B OOOD I:" : ..
Grand and rIsolds ; .... .
maholan foreign domestic trade '
f Subjects.Ag'
WANTED: Hypnotic uslbesI'ialsUfO RICH wboaa K.M.IU. k use Wtll '
number of limit catchesof fish had the .j 'M.o'1
Packard Grand-/mahogany I I IS ti ]25. Male or female. a body structure of .. ':r.ii': N.w York, II' Y.t ALLY =:::. = _: -
Grandlahoran, have bass hans been made with an pounder, but was gaunt CHURCHES OF'CHRIST. SCIENTISTSACRAMENT" 01010554 ATTZ1IIION K wkoa.;: ":. JI4S .u..r. ;:
Knabe been
\ Prefer t .. who .
,I 1Io'.n. Wo.1 imtk SU. N. vmS ..
at U the and rail ,
regularity Spillway on thin aa a scaling only .
Kranlch and B/ch Grand V Y: HUBBAtD GOODRICH' -
No C
before. Send APPEAR
Hypnotizi name canal but do not try taking an 11 pounds Pardon the "only" because '- I* tad ..bI... of tk. TO ogden ,. pATTIJijIOII ..,... _Ide... .H> 141 inS IlltkBt ::::' :.. '"J ":.: :: ..
mahofanyII to 'Vox 1141 Stn- ..........._ ..
Address, |e, wkteb ciii. ... m.d toCII. 5s.I., WeJ.ooe .. Nnr York K. Y.e and ANSI -
MirrA piano fine makes. art Fla. tt ordinary ear out there sine the an 11-pound sea trout Is ....'.. .. Ckrtot. ....II.t. thrauiko. you .,. .b, 00011105 ..... .uf GOODRICH whoa ..._. I.T In0owl =' ':. ::..
reconditioned nit art too deep and the sand a fish In any man'a languagestill i sea. world. M. Sunday, July IITk 5.. boW .nbO suskot 5, Illtk 50.. Mow. ,..... \ '
I 15 Uprights -f Golda Tot 11 "LM v* loop tk. NAWT0OaIA" RooFING M1'T.;' r.r'r
,. and reflnlslKd, well known WANTED RENT furnished treacherous. Red Williams at 1&1 tough to have great expectaUon -, tusk ... With Old MWJVOB. ........ WltkIk P\oritIoo solieu. .5kb. .rr.... lbsSIsbo is I I In koraky ordorod' nsd""s.q.imd" .
or unfurnihouse ped I eel bedroom Stuart Drug can give you the "' go awry. ...... W ...... Bad wkkodaauant 5. .... ,...... 4.5.55500. ......., pus aad oack of yoo opsoso IS.'t ;:-::: a'.t. :-1;.,
make*- var/ms finishes wllk. tha .......Bod h.... .f .... ........ 10 lbs Crmt.. P55,040., 50.11'nLoCc '" ., (....Io.nt. In.. aaalut' ,ea OB M_ .......;:OW ..... ....r.... ..
Any of the VI pianos maybe or floor Apt. execltPermanent right Information since h* has What would I do III was goIng o rltp Bad trutk. II CorlBtal.aa" ltA &)1. day tko. 4Ml .., .. A....., 1141 IB.aaoia ..

/ lent refere reslkger been successful at "Old Fifteen" fishing over the week end? .oa. .... .1....... ohiO oBBprla.tko 'I I.e sO 50 .WI.I- boIse B Rulo Dnt to .aid Btoalk, r :.: 3h
purchased on very liberal U.oMHSnaoa la lk, follawtao,. eros SIS. .... ph.. "'_'.e te.... and taa' Stuart Nowa 0 la Br kp doilcaaloda. =-
dence. Ma Th Style several times recently. Well, here a nice. Idea.: Take Ill ,. Ik'* ......._ IB wklck ardor
terms and aya substantial savInj la* Bib' )*, Lt 5, March Bad try my pInS Ibsso I lbs thIs "' "' '
I' Shop. S43 ola It Muddy canal water In the St. the family to the beach for a WC, and: lam aoata U lOu Lord. Lot IS, CbS .... Closoll .E' I ahaH .ka Bubllikod'' BBM a wook lo. four :: .:.: :: .
Binde w prices. us ills oar .koarl wttk Mr kaadl .54 0,0 Mx 4, bosSy, I __110. _bo. .-.. ..... .. .....
Lucle has considerably lowered picnic and catch a mess of unto God: |I. tan hose,u' llaannlait TIM ...... JIbs.olthInhpuIs.o. TIM nalgraot tk. mlt.t. U kan dorMd > ... .. ... .
1,1' BRUBAKEIMtSIC COMPANY WANTED TO KaWTl On bedroom whiting/ and croakers In the ,.. 41). I 0 'oobunl4o .IsO soubsot sold. .01 5-550.. tkal .... kmhwftor. doatrlBrd. .... w
The Pa / Beaches most com- Apt. or hue. Must be the fish population but this has T.... LaM........ ales. 1M..O OhsfsOo.Iuo use pm ... hd.b, '.qsl,00. .. 1,55. oilS. w. tk. _...... or Edward ..... :..: L"Jn: ;::.: ....
ha da beneficial effect on the surf frying them crisp over 5 _.... frorn .... C,....... 1M CIooto .0 'sa 105,5. psso echo xp' B..IBIIB.. aad tkat lbs. fot .1!. *> U,.. Tysot, a dS0 :.
pletft muile store"IN reasonable Bbs\ lit Cleveland Indian River fishing at Jensen driftwood fir. It doesnt tats Isl.sm tosibnoh. '5.40.5, nod B...... r-Olsen, :to 55k SIll sO = slot 111.0 .k. naiad .hi b.. widow, Mariaral. O., e. :.:: '
.sbd sos Swaaa.Tka a4 la. roalproporly L.0 dub
h.for. dowlptloB
DstnrtSt 317S Av \ It ...., ISa os 11.4 I.r.S lb.
Phone an' ia 5.rlc5ursu
h. use'
Beach. They tell me that trout a boat and they r* delicious, Ito,.. a4d 5 0100'. sin' n e'IxO. M- aI>r AD. lou otkwwlw ISo sib-os" praondtd aialBll: looalod to = C.SOtY .
West Palm Beach done to brown. ........ ... ... Uoaa of aW kW of usomInlsO i .0 5. Martla boot, Florida I k> BMca 555. J.u- In 5"Coseii !
t crisp 5.545,0
than .ud ColtS. 5. 1154 Ins-
up .
Community forest! have been are more plentiful ever laan aa ..a/.4tM. kp pan ....I.. .... doMrlkod B* '0110...
July H .. established for hundreds ot there now having left the fresh Or \If you feel like an eipedl .,stuns_of. Teeth. the. .11 W .kould alrho I roack lb. offlcbJ
4 mr. .. 'hlo '"usp5 4 .hlo.... Uta dap ofvsrK.K'iffiSt 171.5 aad boIse I la tk.* CO.BIP of Mar.Ua. ;.boal| own and ,
FOR SALE: S7JM per front foot yearn In Europe. St. Lucie to seek saltier reaches. lion try Lake Oketchobe: for Mono .hrlatkl_wfcra Ood B lamaMBad dose .. I). 141. Slat of Florida. ,'aid knadod. nod ,''''' 55 .Car trolli '
tk.* -.._ of. mtt BptrUaalBalldtaa ...._ .
bass and of those 71 J. B POMIOT.ICImsIS aa- >w.i
perhaps torn .
surface Justafter
Try a popping plug :
about IH miles .. cess4
TI Highway No 1 .to purltp Tao bslis Splrl, Chsslt'Cmt. 0.55"
N wf Stuart. 650 ft. Frontal The first community forest in daylight or Just before Cone and two pound" shellcrackera. noohue Ik* kodp .( ill Ik.* iatparltloi loon r1ClsA: Oo.oraai.al BOINNINO Lot oa I Ik of* Soulk Saatkm' llM I of*. tcI.: ...' aurI ...., '.

divideEu's established evening the Indian River If you find out where they. .I flank. (...''floo tkol Ik. .u In Inset WILLIS .MURIL& Twaklwir' Soaik buses ataolBt '1'. 4tf Ilu
the United States wu on
7M to KI ft deep. I aao Cod pad ara aaraa k nm .alrltaoLK a 114 II 0.05 t wo.1 :I I'i.:: Ii '

Box 411, Stuart, Fla It Wswlnjton, N. H, 1710. grassbeds, Or, of course. that are, let. me know eeC it* .doaioMUarlaB' 11411 t, U ...IM'a*, MM Mutt out,MTBOP 'al ,aaM "J .. 0ed 11. c I I.f

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SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of' the WEEK IN STUART News MRS.Items office MARY for! this before HARTMAN paper noon unit on ,Wednesday.reach Society the Editor newspaper

Home Telephone 35-W Office Phone 300

- Mr. and MM.' Bill Not left Friday -- VISITORS FETEDAT Miss Cornelia Adams left last ''as "Mammy." nell for a visit/ before returningto and a visit with their husband : .t '

- for their lummer home In JULY I PARTY JUNIOR CONCERT CLUB 'I week for Daytona Beach where I When Mrs. Deering's home is Miami. and fattier Walter.Walker, whoIs .I 1 j
Philadelphia to remain until PRESENT PROGRAM she will visit Mrs. M. F. Wan- built In Walton, property now Mrs. Walter Walker and her making an indefinite stay with : i
October. Mrs. Paul Mispel, Stuart Miami and Palm Beach holiday TO sley former,, resident of Stuart. being cleared for that purpose, daughter and son-in-law Mr. the Escotts on account of assuring ': 111
telephone operator, went up visitors here were entertain 'The Teen-Are Concert Club\ 1 From there she plans to go to Diana will govern it as she did and Mrs. Melvin Boynton of with some building opera
with them to attend the mar ed preceding the Jaycee dance will present the monthly pre- Buffalo and Chicago to visit her when Mr. and Mrs. Deering came Bunnell, spent last week end tions on the Escott place at k ,:
riage of her daughter there this Friday night by Mr. and Mrs, H. gram of Instrumental and sisters. and owned the property that with Mr, and Mrs R. H. Escott, Eden. '
month. J. Schwarzel at their home at! vocal numbers at S p. m. Monday i a they sold to Dr. K. L. Williams, ',;Chi.1; I.
e til North Detroit Ave. with ai at the Civic Center. Popularity Mrs. J. C.. Morse had as guests a part of which Mrs Deering has : ;\ (
Leslie Kldd University of cocktail party for eight. Quests' of local musical talent for a week her nelce, Mary; Nell bought back. { ,
Florida student, spent the holiday Included Mr. and Mrs. A. T.Beckwith .i among the younger group of Nichols, of Baxfty Oa., and her -
weekend, with relative In of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. the county is being evidenced sister-in-law Mrs Pearle Gold- Miss Elizabeth Van Nest of
Stuart before returning to Bart Dolan of West Palm Beach'j by the Increasing attendanceof ing, staff member of the Methodist East Orange, N. J, Is the house GAMES PARTY iWI i
TAX EINVSITIG Gainesville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter the public concerts An audience Vashtl School for Qlrls. Her guest of Miss Amy Hulls on ,i ,
lowsTrn.S Helena Beach and Capt. willard i of nearly 100 at the June daughters Mrs. Bobby Hlgglnson Friendship place in Eden. '
Sallas. Mrs. Dolan will be remembered presentation was enthusiastic of Miami and Mrs. Howard ..-- I :

Us CSF LOYAL ORDER OF11100SE !I here as. the former In applause and praise of the Skeen of Jupiter, and their husbands I Mrs. Katherine Premm, house Benefit of Moose Home V : :
RIDAAB Mary; Alice Long.METHODIST cultural venture of the high and a granddaughter, quest of Mrs. Frederick Dunphryat
and girls There Sandra, Sheen, visited her last I
school boy I
: Eldred, recent purchaser I : "
RACT Cp.J s 0. CIRCLES I Is no charge week end. Stuart Lodge No. 1240'' i iAt
property In Tucker Terrace Fort
Ut avid fH _DA MEET AT THE ,SEA HORSE J...., ..H.* I to 'i Ip:
xaNNCDY. EACH MO Pierce, where she expects reside .
Capt. Wallace Earle of Salerno'
P..Nat WoodmantrHaStuart Is spending her days there .
The circles of the Methodist
RECREATIONFOR who Is stationed In Yokohama Itr
Fla. the forfurniture1 tt
finding right places :
Woman's Society for Christian
TEEN-AGERS HELD Japan has arranged final pass- :
Service met July 1 at The SeaHorse : she is sending down t \ ,
/ AT CIVIC CENTERA port papers for his family and:
from the North and in landscaping -
Rio home of Mr. and Mrs. I !
t recreation Mrs. Earle and the three children V
summer programof .
Harry Swlnglehurst. The day weekly social events for the expect to. join him in the near I the grounds.Dr. !('
was spent sewing for the' fall ;
teen-age group has been Inau- future. / A. Oatlln will arrive The WbmanX Club
' bazaar-with time out for a I I
JUGATE and GREE1't EESI covered dish duncheon at noon. gurated by the adult sponsors Stetson' home In: Eldred today from a i
student '
the monthly meeting who conducted week-end<< parties University business trip in .New,York. !
Attending who spent the holiday week end ,
last winter.
the Civic Center
at !
were Dr. Abbott Morton, Miss with their parents here were Charles annk;: Korpi left i :ill" : Iii I.
't Engineering, Surveying, Bin rints'r Mary; Ames Mrs. W, H. Barnett "Mrs. L Ashby Arbogast and led Blunt Gideon of Jensen Jack Sunday for Washington, D. C, 8OOP.MVto: :00 P. ;;. II
Mrs. Carl Roth who have
Mrs. ;Norris Cossaboom, Mrs. H.
Hartman, Jack Boggess, Donald where' they will attend a business -
''r i i Estimates Sub tted on equest F. Johnson, Mrs. A. C. Courson. volunteers In staging social Burroughs and Henry C. Beckman meeting concerning Navy I \ ,
for the people
Mrs. H.-11. Thayer and Mrs I. L. functions young
Jr. Capt. Willard Sallas. veterans. While away they will i, '
1 Decker,, .,. stated this week that aU ages who visited his family here for also to Philadelphia l where i ;
'J03 E. 4th STREET ART, FLORIDA from all over the county -m are go Friday July II I'
the week end, took the boys they will visit friends they madeIn I ;
to attend the Saturday
invited '
i PHONED MINNEHANS TO TOUR back to school Sunday afternoon the service apd boys that were; i ,
night dance and games party j I'
b. as he returned to his '
duty on a with them when the battleship \
S to 11:30 at the center.: '
from :
Mr and Mrs. Roland Mlnne- Government dredge. Wasp was sunk: "f\f\ \W
han and son, Danny, will leave "Many of the children: under .,-a -,. Mr. and Mrs. Gus De Maes-' 'g r .
by auto Sunday for a three-week teen-age,are enjoying stated the part-"and Bill Mitchell has written from schalk and Mr. and Mrs. Leicester : ,..- ; !
vacation.. and tour of the New lesMrs Arbogast Lake Pleasant, N. Y., that he Lennard and children 01'' !
i Abstract SVrvice England States. After a leisurely we want" them all to feel wel- arrived there July 2 and Is enjoying Walton spent Friday In Lake I ,III

trip by way of Asheville and come. the altitude of 2,500 feet Wales. One of the pleasantries' OCEAN RRONT ,'!1,1', '.I !,
PROMPTNESS /CCURAcA COURTESY up the scenic highway to Harrisburg \ Each child pays 15 cents to at the Hamilton Inn. Mr. and of the day was a picnic dinnerin Enjoy an 'Ivaco ion ,
Pa., they will go ot Syracuse defray the cost of refreshments Mrs. James Reardon, Jr. of Stu- the park arranged with grills, :
to visit his father and which are prepared by the ..ponI art are operating the Inn this tables and conveniences to suita ; rt jl

Abstract and/Title InsuratVe Co., Inc. ,three sisters. Other stops Include sors. Mothers who are willingto summer. traveling public. at near-by :
Bridgeport, Conn., where his I I take turns as hostesses are e ._ / :

j'\j'I I aunt lives and Olmstead \urged to contact Mrs. Arbogast, Mrs. F. Van Smith of 404 East Redwood cottage, Edenlawn, ,1). ) ,
I ter, N. H., where they cen-I' telephone 30-M. Hostesses for 4th St. entertained during the was the scene of two small din j :,j. ;
guests ot his 'uncle, Francis Cole, Saturday night's event will be holiday week end her daughter's ners this week when A. D. Mer- "" :
former Stuart realtor.l On th I Mrs. Arbogast Mrs. Roth, Mrs. win and Arthur enter-
family, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Beck-
Victory Arc Pre tl tlst
do Frank
10 Mrs. L. D. McEl-
way home they will visit Washington I Bob Garner with and children, Tommie and tained Mr, and Mrs. John U. '," .
fresh Mrs. F, M. Kramer and Why it I for lo visit a happy ,
for a sight-seeing tour Shirley Ann, and her grandson, Menninger of Stuart Sunday and I '
Miss Rose Simonette. Fred Bower, all of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Houseman of summer eoI' land? Why tpend i : I ,

TEXAS GUESTS LIKE I 0 Bewails Point Friday. os much r owe time reaching a ',

ISSrtuwsltg}, lrs ., STUART FISHINGMr. HIGH HOLD SCHOOL REUNION ALUMNI PARTY Mrs. H. H. Hipson and son, Ford Carter-;of; the Cave, Ed deslinat'syou i do relaxing alter .:' ;
and Mrs. J. E. Jones and I
Dale, left Saturday for Umatllla I'
53ct Mrs. Carl Roth, faculty spon- enlawn, is on his way home by ,
Mr and Mrs. R. !:. Coley of Houston -i of the 1943 graduating classof for a week's vacation with rela- boat from a business meetingin you get t? Make every hour of :I ; J II I

and nelce, Miss Rosemary; sor Martin County High School, tives.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimii. Norfolk, Va. your lei im* count..be off with I' i io

Herridge of Camp Hood, Texas was hostess at a reunion party Mrs. J. B. Hull, White City, the lo y fun filled holiday at i' 'I :
spent four days here last week :
t FARES Saturday''afternoon. Members of was the Sunday guest of Mr. f.'
the cool
V Beach
and were fascinated by the wa-: near y on
the class and their families join- NEWS OF and Mrs. GUI De Maesschalk '
terways and the many types of ed in a covered dish supper at and Mrs. Leicester Lennard at All tic w ,e every vocotiono ,. I.' ,
fishing available here,, They : ) 1
Planning a business or cation trip? were the guests of Mrs Colcy's the South Fork picnic grounds Indian River DriveBy Walton. ity It prdKded. Enjoy a variety '
enjoy going by cam table, easy D B. and entertained themselves with fishin and bathing I 1',
brother and sister. Capt.
coach. Fr vent swimming and remlnesces of VIVA CLARK I Mrs. Helen Franz, who hat port 1 ''tj1 ji jiIi
savin on town fifes.W..I Hearn and Miss Virginia Mlchol, high school days. been the visitor of Mr. and Mrs on clean tartAbeachei. Golf on, fY. 1t 1tv ,I
Pas I..4..vwl.ue You)4- at ceola their Ave.riverfront They tried home their on rods Os- Those attending were Blount i illiiimiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiMiiiiiiiMiiiiiliMadison I I I I I I I 1 t R. H. Escott, has gone OiBU e a"iptendid We courie. Decide 'snow ''. j
Gideon Phyllis Constance, Mr. who went '.
Weeks; to \\111
Dpt..K4.vs at-river fishing op the South to diicovewie uncrowded,
and Mrs. J. M. Rider Lydia Sallas meeta i
L.r. W.L. Fork and from Jensen Beach Jacksonville last week to ,
Houston Henry Beckman, Jr, closa-at-hand coinBrtt ol this loutheoit I I''
M.1 S- Os. Bridge and In the,, surf while. ; life-long friend, Hiram Dan- Econo Ro ing d II I I
rw! S'GREY Te St. r..n4.ryT..r. "Francis'Matthews Ralph and and Y Send ,
ay bathing at the ocean beach.They iels of New York, together Florida resort Krnmuriity.
Las T SIJ.r.. Kathleen Hartman and daugh- r'I
there, Is eta!
Visit relatives expectedin
were entertained on a deep-sea s i iIr today for InlormoAn and ratel. f
ters, Kay and Karen, Dale Hip- ,
Eldred today. He will be accompanied :
fishing trip In the Gulf Stream
w .dr. .w .autr is* aboard Ed Mapp's cruiser and son, Althane L. Hall, Robert M. by Daniels who will 314 Pierc e Comfortable ace modofions In hotels, colt*en, apart ;"
OUN SUS STATION Harrell and Mrs. Roth, be two-week guest In the J. A BaSOX ;
browsed the docks of the
CHISHeL.M PHONE menff -+ on the/ Aeach ar In town low ivmlf er rates. ; '
Oatlln home
St.,Lucie"'" _____ i Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shiigley Writ! tot DEPARTMENT 4-? ,
'Mr. and; Mrs?E B. "Bud" Williams have as their guest for a month John Jorgensen of New York, S i'14 ,\ I
of Jacksonville were weekend Mrs. Shrlgley's sister, Mrs. J. F. who was called here by the deathof 'II
guests of his brotherinlawand Bullard of Lake Wales. Mr. Bul- his mother, Mrs. John K.: All type f Built-u oofing VERO BEACH CHAMBER OF COMM RCE I

sister Mr. and Mrs. James lard, commercial pilot files over Jorgensen, of Walton, left Satur- AsPhone Shingles. ile. Vere leech, Florida \ 1'
Pegram and family. He was e to spend each Sunday. day morning for his home. Ft. Pierce 2 J JJ'

resident of Stuart for many II ;
years Willis Paget, resident managerof Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnston
SUMME .... I the Atlantic Court Apts., and came over from Orlando to spend : l
'S -HERECold Mr. and Mrs Irving Kanarek Mrs. Paget will leave Sunday afternoon last week end with Mr. John- Htj
arrived in Stuart last week after for three-week sum '"
I ston's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ruben -
a wedding tour of the New Eng mer vacation. After visiting her T. Johnston In Walton. Production Loans : ,
land Stales following their marriage mother In Caldwell, N. J., they -- qI". :
E oy Our In New York State last will go to Cuba, N. Y., to visit After a three-week furlough !
month. They are now at hometo I I friends and to Flint, Mich., to from Camp Eglin on visit to his j !
friends at 220 SemInole Ave. see his parents. parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. 11' ' Delici s Special Korpl, In Walton, George Korpi f forBusiness : ::1 :jJ

left last Sunday morning to resume 'I\\'}

Cash For Yo cur Car his work at that airfield. {1
Vlatks Highest Korpl r was joined here Friday by '\\0' iljjl
,', Edward Burch also from Camp Growthg :
," WONT TAKE FIVE Mil Eglin, and they returned together -' ; ql'

and Wo can pay you the O.X A. limit fj your cat which! II, :

, / i is as much as you \n get anfvhere and Walton Beach was the scene of r :;
; STAY WITHWTHI&AW a franfurter roast Saturday eve-
ning after the party crossed the
Delightful iSalads SUNRISE MOTOR' CO. Indian River by boat., Enjoyingthe <, ,tP ,
occasl on were Mr. and Mrs. .
If you are Producing or Creating, Ext Y/ur Business or Planning <
311-25 South We Roy Deal, Mr. and Mrs. Charles ..I
Moehle, Miss Helen Korpl, Edward New Enterprise this bank first. ;.Ia
Telephone 180 see
Fort Pierce, Fla. J\ ,
I Burch, and the Korpi boys
Uno, Charles. Frank and George.
AV _V- It is our business to encourage and assist and business enterprise, to t: t II

confer with you regarding progressive es you have in mind
Tomorrow night at I p. m. whether it be an addition to you sto or a h expansion as the purchase '
DRILLERS there will be an Important meetIng .
TERI of the Walton-Eden Property of new and needed business uipment. 1ft ,

Well LWIed, Cleaned, c. Owners Club. Voting membersare i I
requested to attend as there Loans to individuals are also .1 I ed .,- auto tans, Insurance loans, fl j' '
TjHrcoaL SPOT TO PINE Have Your WoiJ Done By 'A Licensed Driller are a number of Important details } i I
home loans. ;' !
'" -Conditloned requiring full attendance to repair e ;
,., -, 'rompt Service work out for plans of the bet I'I I

k and Phone 107-X-J,{ f 310 East Fourth St. i terment of' this popular and Our policy is to extend dit where a Bound kground exists for Y T

Recoranf' s tided by Duncan Ines IHARLES MAYES growing. organization.- such service. So when ere'B a question of mone when you are considering t.

Mrs.,;James' A. Gatlin of Eldr- .
red was the dinner guest Sunday borrowing, aye come to The Citizens Ba .", ft.e ft.
9 -- night of her neighbors, Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Phelps.



Mrs. I. Howard Deering came
? MOl5taiyiCQUIPMENT up from Miami Monday to look
POWERFUL after property Interests and short
visits with old friends among
them Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Len- .
Call On Us ,. ,
When" You Needjfelp nard the first people she met
when she and her husband came Member: The Federal Reserve System, and federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.

Walton to reside many years ago.
COO With her Monday was her
WILEYxWifOTQR negro mammy Diana Rainey, e The Bank of Personal! Service" :
who baa been with her since she
:North Federal( Highway JT \ Phone 291. was born and \Is proud of the

distinction tf many years
service andwants to be known



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: PA.GE tIGHT TW yrjSWt jfrtTyj.rTPABT.: Martin. !County,, FLORIDA, THURSDAT, JULY 14. >M7I
It I I fc : DIIICI": ._- : -

\ I I t! l1e fJtu rttI Our Great AmericatefaHxk 1: ECONOMIC The recent report of the President' Advisory om- COM ON -- JT'5 IAUGHop

{ mJ/ lon on Universal Training Is one of the grimmest and =:::: :: po.: oho!!' 'qo Oqo :
: most thought-provoking document ever made public in
I : Published every Thursday at 'i e seer raicute LAN41/AeS/ 0110.0q" (this country There is certainly nothing new in ,compulsory CERTIFIED One overenthusiastic PROOF fisherman,was haled
1 Stuart, Martin County, Florid, IN Into
Ql PQ5 p4 t military training-the armed services were urging charged with catching II more black bass cos'*,
\ I e by Stuart Dally News, Inc. aFlorida it long before World, War II began. But the reasoning be- allow*. "GuiUy or not guilty?'"" asked the judge than the k.

,i I corporation I hind this report--which was the result of six months of "Guilty," the young man admitted.
\ Entered at lleCond-elaaa ,mall
study by the Commission .gives it an unusual! degree of "Ten dollars and costs,* announced, the '
''J l (matter at the post office at Commission'\ membership. It did not Judge,
force. So does the !
the .
defendant then
k iii'I 'The paid tine) asked
Stuart, Florida under the Arts cheorfully)
) Include a single military man or professional jingo. 1U "And }honor. I '
II) now your may several
; I of March 1, 1879. have type**
II. the distinguished physicist Karl Compton,
chairman ,
A FREE PRESS Isy wa ten!' copies of the court record made back and ho
j president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. *
34 YEARS OF SERVICE my friends f-Tf-Railroad Workers Journal.,
Other members Included Uanield Poling, editor of the --
aD4...Y.. aw.l Dally N.*w ... .._._ Christian Herald Charles E. Wilaon, president of General rypOCREMLINS
I I I ., 1al,.... 71we.. 7 IK f/.L .... ;
I A FREE .PEOPLE ,..- ..\u.\w l m, 8<..*rt.tfc A.raa.. j Electric ; Dr. Harold Dodds, president of Prince toJli; Mr. and Mrs. Morris broke the record for bedded<

( '/ leis .ad YM ItmM. HUM w..M..a",.w\41M, wllwMII : and ex-ambassador to Russia, Josept E. Davies. bliss when they celebrated their 70th wedding< IDI-!

)' I .Ma.... a I. 1M7. Ik. .liui. U.ll> N..... : *" ee.lo ItIrWT 1aa /Oeled'ilE WP's Jt is stated that, at the beginning, there was a wide versary (Us Angeles, Cajrf. Daily New! Born It
\ ,. /waded a.al"v un Ua w.r \ : vwwvrwia.N
...,,,. : Nebraska. Mr Dodd came to .t the of 16
I f I. l ao.lel.rld.. U.r.wp.hVi all among Wash.. Olympian.. She wore a tailored suit t ,
I the end, of them came. "reluctantly" to the aame eonelusion. and he
security corsage was an orchard (Lulinz, Tex.. Newsboy) .
rpwne a. MENNINGEI, .. That conclusion\ ,consists of an eight-point l H.
i k4N\3T R, t.roNa O.nkr.1: MunwtrMvciiblni MIIUK fii program of which compulsory training for all males at left for a vacation at his lodge, taking his two favorite

I --:-- s I the age of 18, or after finishing high school, is the key. great dames with him (Pico--;-Calit., Gazette),

\ SUBSCRIPTION RATES I / e1nRAklewa stone. That would affect from 760,000 to 960,000 young

ae M.U On. r.n sass T.. ,.... II... 'flT ".. I I men each year, and the annual cost of this part of the i.. REDEEMING According.FEATURE to mountain country custom,
r Adwn/"".. alad. k.e.. T\. .....,_,... .. V tw program alone is estimated at $1,750,000,900. gathered to speak the highest tribute they could when
aq .OpI/.Nor' Mr t IM| alibi Mi/1 !Hit
..,. ........ ...... .. ........ :
'0 .d. laid
.n. is
\ The suggested training plan an Interesting one, old feudist was away.
J n. ".....1.... rna. Ie .we/uav.y/ ../al.d.. to .h. ... Iur ......bleabe.. oM Nw.. ,.% Ave ewsLLioeavarv
,' c: : MaW aRe1 and in some respects it is novel. The Commission believes Finally, it came the ,turn of one of the departed1'

MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ; ,, that it should be placed under the control of a three-maq grizzled antagonists voice his piece. Removing his bit.

Tho ".......... P._ .Ia ..".104 ...da.ir.1 to I.. qM for ...u\lk.11... at .11 ... commission, reporting directly to the President, of whom tered! hat and hesitating a little, he said, at last: "Now,
i ,F b.l f'". ,.....,. I. I Ihi..pa a. I. ".4S.. oil Ar .... a......5... two would be civilians and only one a military man. Train- I tell you-..Dave weren't' all us ,as cussed ornery as he Tt'u
; ing would be in two parts. Part one would be of six months sometimes"
i 10"; A 'duration, and would consist of military training in an -Nashville Tenneaseew
a00a70a: ===:lO o=====:-OSOG ARa 9
Army camp or aboard a Navy ship. Part two would offer

i The News intends to hammer and keep hammering NEWS and number of options, including enlistment in the Army : For sale cheap, wife-sized/ lawn mower (Parker
I away at this subject. COMMENT or Navy for a two-year period, enrollment in) the National : burg, W. Va., Sentinel.)

I It ; We are firmly convinced that with the proper deter O'pao: O.:tC-i.r: ::; o4o7AF40 Guard or the Reserves with 48 evenings a year of drill
mination plus kwolwe'ek periods in summer camps for three years,: GARDEN OR DESERTS T
a sensible way can be found to finance a direct /
THERE ARE a lot of things t like in and around
: road and bridge system from Stuart to the beach or enrollment in college R. O. T, C. courses.In would he mistake let
ocean Stuait. Simple things. Not much to '" State aid will certainly not be forthcoming unless we second story window of my office at a flaming red hibiscus addition'to'this, the Commission feels that I nat tlalities of atomic power blind us to other possible Innol'.

,t devise a plan, authorize the proper persons to push it, and that decided not to be /a plant but a tree, Green, and ional securtiy demands seven more ingredients: a united lions in the bloody art of t :warfare Our own Army ha
pull conceivable wire and informed nation; a coordinated intelligence tervicet I been carrying extensive experiments with
every to get the State to help us. rt'd-that' a color combination for you. stimulated on guided mil
Such scientific research and development; sites, using the seized German equipment, and
a bridge, it is believed would cost about $1,500- othir
readiness for war; an air force ready to strike on little
i 0(10.( Its financing the payment of interest and retire. SITTING ON my porch the other day I watched notice; better equipment and training for all the services; Armies are unquestionably following suit. This is one i*

ment of principal over 30 years-would cost about |85,- a. black dog walking so independently down the side and unification/ of the} armed forces. It said that it viewed (the most ominous, weapons) yet devised and some expert

1 000 annually, but we believe that such financing is pos walk. lie belongs to Barber Falconer I don't know "with horror" the total cost of this program, and could believe that had the European :war lasted another year
sible. his name-but he's a mighty bright dog Just for the not estimate it. But, it added, the alternative was an "In- so, German technicians might have been able to develop
", Martin County is going to "come into" more!' gas tax heck of it, I said : "Good morning, there. And how are \vitation to extermination." it to the I point where it woujd' have crushed England. Whn
funds (some sources estimate additional $40,000 you today?" and darned if this dog didn't walk right the latest type of bombs appeared, England eHtablhheintrict
an an- The Commission do all \ authorities
) bejieves! -as military -
over and stop in front of I carried the censorship to keep knowledge of the damage
on conversation done
nually) and we can think of no better place to dedicate -that ,the next war, if it comes, will arrive with un-
for a while but ran out of subjects and finally from becoming known to the world. These
weapons wen
that money than the direct road from the county seat to believable speed. It observed that the obliteration of twelve
the in embarrassment said : "Well, sir, I think, you betterbe particularly terrifying in that their speed was no great!'
ocean. American cities in a single day, along with essential communication

running along now," and darned if this dog didn't they outran their own sound. Thus; the explosion toil
I I' Such a bridge will be of benefit not only to Stuart turn tail and trot on off just as independent as before and power resources was not at all impossi- place before the missile was ever heard. What kept thu
but also to all ble. Our monopoly of atomic weapons. it said, will end
communities the
surrounding entire back. My advice is be carefulwnat! around him.
II ) you say from becoming a decisive factor was their inaccuracy
about 1951. and by 1955 an-all-out atomic attack couldbe
country and will help bring visitors from the .
many I They could be aimed to hit a section of a city but
-- they
: against us. The program it advocate would
growing Everglades to share the enjoyment of the ocean
THIS MAY, not much to but it ) could not be controlled sufficient
Its ,mean you recalled! / fake six years and perhaps longerto achieve significant with accuracy to strike
effect on/ pur annual tourist crop will be to double and
111'1" many happy memories to me I noticed the other particular target such as plant
a a arseial
treble that source of Jncome shared all. jrwrjimx results. So, if the Commission's findings are correct, we "? power or an
by that my boy was intensely absorbed in peering into a must start in the near future to prepare for the possibility Present efforts are directed at perfecting the guidjif,
I II! Let's "think bridge," "talk bridge. and all work together glass' jar, watching with fascination a three-rjjig circus, of global war of unprecedented savagery and destructiveness. equipment and giving them the accuracy of artillery,
I for a Stuart bridge-and first thing you know them \of some sort going on therein. I went over and looked afld Pilotless aircraft, controlled by extremely advance!
ay will open up to finance that bridge. You never get for about fifteen minutes the two of equated in silence I
I t us radio equipment, is another subject of intensive
The does not confine itself atomic It
report to
j" d anything without belief! and faith. If we want the bridge spectators at that moat interesting/ of events: a doodlebug war. Planes are Infinitely cheaper and more
] takes into consideration chemical and bacteriological war-
bad enough, nothing can keep us from getting it. free-for-all.
j I t fare-along with the possibility of another war with tradi- crews-- at the end of the last war we were reseai,

r INLET t'AMAZED ;- tional weapons. It found that "our military forces are a craft much more rapidly than we Could train
A MANY. or ant lions those horrenduous
little are hollow sheN", that the army and air forces are virtually .them. If a truly efficient and reliable pilotless' "
fat-bodied insects whcih live
in Inverted
I t I' .'t} By'John T. Carlton of dry sand under Florida houses.: They\ make fkndish! cones dismantled, and that at the present time the ground forces could be developed, the deadliness of war in the air would
Miami ) have not than 2 1.3 divisions available be multiplied manyfold. Enormous fleets could be wit
( Daily New Washington Bureau) little traps for ants and other critters. Once .more. for combat )
unwary an '
I duty. against and the losses would be in
I enemy targets, oil-
WASHINGTON July\ 6._Those who have been seek. ant stumbles over the edge the doodlebug, who has been
I inti to clear the St.; Lucie inlet reef at Stuart for the past hiding at the very bottom of the cone, pops up and begins The Commission forecast that iU universal training terial At, not in men. _
60 year may have to' resort to smelling salts soon, for it throwing grain of crystal dry sand at the helplessant program would produce a long list of benefits. First andforemost intervals there Is discussion of the possibilities 4

"i I appears congress is getting ,ready to appropriate funds bringing i him ever downward to be seized and : of course, it would provide: trained force which i 'bacteriological warfare. Even In the first war it w..
lor the job. eaten. Ah, many a happy' hour have I whiled!) away teas- could be rapidly absorbed into services in time of rumored to be (impending, though nothing\ came of it jThi

I ; A request for $46,000 had been entered for the ing doodlebugs with bits of straw until they l became to emergency, and thus tremendously shorten the time nec. problems l irfthe war are enormdos foremost anonf
: ject Price French chamber prfc enraged that they grabbed the straw's end and I jerk, essary to effective 'mobilizatoin. In addition, the report them being'some means of protecting the; user's own pea-
I ,; Stuart, and O. D. Quinlwari, Martin\pf commerce commissioner president at ed them out into the light of day. I goes on, it would improve the quality of the regular establishments I pie from retaliation in kind. Germs; do not respect bound
county ,
I :')", \tame: to Washington recently to testify before committees in peacetime; it would provide a large, trained aries. Again, means of distributing bacteria may be u
I group in each community capable of dealing with problems unsolved problem. But 'in these days, when science seems
considering the war department civil function bill.! MY BOY had been doing the same and he had a :
of civilian defense and mass disaster in the event of to be of the of te
I collection of some! 12 of 15 doodlebugs of various sizes on the verge outdistancing ability HIM
\ In this of GOP the
year economy, even most optimistic bombing and other attacks; it would help to channel control it, no innovation be considered Impossible:And
but .
J, did not expect approval of a long-delayed project in the unvarying disposition in his glass jar. I learned something can ; )
into scientific
foung vocational
f Democratic elate of Florida I didn't know : doodlebugs, living their Jives in soli-, men training important no one can believe that in a war of extermination, soy
I'I'r+ tary aloneness, are the world's premier misogynists. They to national defense, and it would give greater military belligerant would let moral scruple stand in the way t
I Roger It Praised! etrength at less cost than would be provided by a large
I. hate each other-and how. Just the touch of another: employment of any killer. '
n / doodlebug drives landing force. And to quote the report directly, the prog- A little has concerning the U S.\WarDepartment's
j Rep. Dwight Rogers, however, put in some effective any doodlebug crazy. It's a wonder they i reduce far news seeped out
I yad quite work after hearings were over. Even he was ever fall in love--maybe they carry it on by mail-any- ram would as as possible "the disruption of plans in the event of another war. The atomIC
normal family life which
1 \1 I amazed, however when the civil functions bill came out how believe me, brother, they don't like each other. inevitably attends the calling of bomb has made it necessary to plan on the widest possible
)young, men from their homes in the national interest.
of committee to the house floor. Inanother'parajraph'it decentralization of if sareacities
i i : authority w- one city ,or
I I'' For the St. Lucle inlet appropriation was not the $46- A COLLECTION of doodlebugs mean enclosed met an obvious objection to com- were wiped 'out, there would/1 have to be a W
If CDO:) which had been space from which none of them burrow climb pulsory training by saying/{ that "we are convinced that Jt hM
? I II. requested. The sum set up was for can or is command post ready to ,take over elsewhere. There
possible to
entirely for American ;
$63,0001/ ; I get out is a sight to see, Indeed. These creatures crawl : moral provide youth'' a wholesome ) been much serious discussion of putting Certain eS8ntialindustrial
I and religious environment in
Stuart is located at the confluence of the Indian and backward and constantly bump into each other. At : i It( pointed to the training camps". plants underground, either in natural or roe<

_ I\\ St. Lucie rivers but only small boats can make it to the the slightest touch both whirl Around and nip like fury. : Fort Knox in substantiation widely-publicized of this. experimental unit at structed caves. The cost of this would\ be incredible fW

I Atlantic ocean which is blocked by the reef. When army They grab each other and pull flying mares, scissors no one yet seems to have devised unyother defense aiaiw
: engineers blast the reef away, the shark and fishing industries holds and what-have-you. You look down into a glass : The report is 448 pages in length, and a brief sum- the A-bomb. .

k ., in that section of Florida will be strengthened jar full of them and there are half a dozen in air being mary can touch only the high spots. The big point I is thecommission's Perhaps the almost Inconceivable destructiveness rJ
I It, I substantially. tossed for a loop, five or six retting up groggily and i! somber belief that preparedness for war on DC IS
1 I ,I )looking around for who did it, and always one or twp a scale never attempted by this country in time of peace is weapons now being developed' will\ in the long run,
absolutely vital if we are not to risk the assurance of peace for the simple reason that aijothir
It THE FORCES OF FREEDOMIt backing up in Ignorant bliss toward a double collision) chance of being civilizw,
exterminated. f I' war might IIteraJ.lY'mean the destruction of
Po which is going to be a surprise to both of themandwhat said
General Eisenhower touched on this vividly, when he '
is estimated that there under a surprise.
are more men arms "
now than shortly before the Second World War. Save f PERFECTING DEMOCRACY "The earth may become a flowering garden" or a sterns t

i in the Western Hemisphere, there is no real peace any. THIS GOES on ad infinitum. Apparently they never In" on' editorial America's desert and we may make the difference. >
where on earth. Violence, disorder, oppression-these are get used to each other and they never get tired of fighting. on position In the world, -
The New
L the symbols of the postwar world. And, as inevitably occursin The only difference I can see between this stuff and the in; wealth York' Time recently said t "Our.strength is not SPENDING FOR SURVIVAL

an age of suspicion and unrest, the liberties peoples way we human beings behave, is that the doodlebugs have our manpower or technology alone, or chiefly. The reductions so far mad in Federal expendituresaren't
everywhere are being limited and destroyed.The apparently found a way of fighting without )hurting each 'It Is in perfecting democracy" at home and helping to make a drop in the bucket to what must be accomplisnej-

position of the United States in/this dark and ether. They are just as fresh after an hour of it a* they it possible elsewhere. That may be unpleasant to many, but it is a fact. If!"*

dangerous time is clear We, with a handful of allies, were at the start. May I suggest that the United Nations It has often been observed that this country does not ing else, the cost of maintaining our position in the world

none of whom are economically or militarily powerful, look into this. } will willingly supply the jar of doodle possess anything resembling a monopoly of the world's and preparing for all possible eventualities will make ironclad
bugs. <:.L. material wealth. Other nations have natural domestic unavoidable.' .
4 7 are the last citadel of individual freedom. With few exceptions J 'resourcesand economy
S i the English speaking world alone still maintainsand an industrial potential which are comparable to ours. The recent report of a Presidential cpmmission nw

respects the basic rights of man-and.;! even in that NEWSPAPER ETHICS They, too, have the riches which would make possible a indicate what lies ahead. This commission stated flatly) J

world there are ominous signs of weakening. The American (Winter Haven Herald) )high standard of livino/for their people. But the United that America must begin a $1,750,000,000 system ortt

government, in its dealing with the other powers, lathe States has been afrajwt t'alone' among the powers of the versal military training, and. spend untold; more milllom
leader of the forces of freedom against the forces of That old stickler about handling of crime news. by world In developing these resources for the benefit of the : on its armed forces or invite "extermination" in 1 .**

1'y darkness and the total state. the community newspaper was raised at the recent! University Ordinary man and woman. The very essence of democratic den, atomic war that could tour. \hi lour to eight team

i The duty of the United States is equally clear. To put of Minnesota short course for editors, reports' >tle'pjjblishers' } Capitalism as we know it, Has been to \make our material What makes this chilling pronouncement all the more 111-
it in this Auxiliary. wealth work for the benefit of us all and to equitably pressive is the character of the commission' membershipleaded
a phrase Is to maintain
l i strength. can be divided into two different our strength.and distinct II Said Scott Schoen of the Redwood Falls ;Gazette: Tell, hare the rewards among all producers. ( by Dr. Karl Compton president of the MassMi*

f t 1 classifications. 'There is military strength-the strength all the f acts, except where juveniles are involved Answered We have not reached} perfection., But ''nowhere else setts Institute of Technology, it included the president "

l 1' of force. Much as Americans hate war and though of war, I Carlton Lee of the Cokato Enterprise : No, you've I on earth does the ordinary man or woman receive so much General Electric, the presidents of Princeton and George'town

we must maintain this, in the Interest of selfpreservation.Second got to use moderation. The small town editor "must exer- in return' for his or her labors. Nowhere else on earth Universities, orte of the nation's leading church''me.'

still cjae) a reasonable degree of justice love of mankind and' does opportunity to go ahead exist on so great a scale. and other citizens of the highest abilities and, patriotistaThe
and more vital, there I is the kind of inner wN
sense." which
1' The leaders of American industry today were the clerks ,costly Greek-Turkish 'aid program, :
strength which only a free people This is the
can possess. The argument for Lee's position Is that yf yesterday. It is passed by Congress majority and with relative'ip :
heart and soul of a nation and its institutions. It Is a nation's small town perfectly possible that the American by a heavy 1s
s greatest resource in 'Ume of trial. And it rests the people live in a goldfish bowl where circumspection\ la required president in 1952 or 1956 will be someone who Is unknown little dissension, may be but the beginning of w

.t r proposition that the rights of the Individual are Inviolate upon in all phases of human relationship. Kawspapering to the country at present, That is the heart and soul of finitely more ambitious and 'elpenll ve policy in the ect:

,;" la I no'exception. what we term the American; system. Opportunity to ( to flict between Communism and Capitalism. We are) rrmitted
So long as we have this we shall be ready to meet whatever !go
tr the coming years bring. Schoen's position is equally sound, however. Not only the top J Is open to all '- and a man's rewards .are commensurate helping the ,democratic worldr and no onllj.r

Is it professionally unethical to omit crime news, but the with his contribution to our loceil '. tel)) Motif what that mar>.entajl.( *

.' t, A GOOD LUCK EARL! rditor who does so will\ find himself applying a different This Is what American freedom stands for Free enterprise In the light of all 'his. it is the p ain duty of the dins

: measuring stick to very crime story that crosses fcisdesk.On upon which all the other freedom rest Is not a eminent to trim its finaneja) sails in-every p menthe mu?

Earl Ricou, former district. ;agent for the Game & .the theor/th t'you'U get into trouble whiche yer ague thing, withou";- lgnifl'lnce to the masses.of the peo tion |In order ta obtain the money for purposes which su1'vivJ

i Fresh Water Fish Commission, has taken over the job of course you follow, and assuming all editors agree that complete : ple. It is a living, breathing principle which) stands squarely literally mean the difference between national f ot

i, ?J' enforcing the new Martin County salt water net law, and reporting\ desirable ethically, w. auggestihat com. between us and> dictatorship,. sUtlam, or some other and extinction. There can no longer bt any elcUs'wastelul 51,

.w all other ask water conservation laws in this area. munity newspaper could do themeve) a very great service form of oppression The idea that government is the servant top-heavy bureaucracy'-of the dissipation .

7 The News believes that Ricou's appointment was by educating their readers on the subject of newspaper ,, not the master of the people, was an almost unique our money on projects,, such as tax-exempt, Bovernni
good, and w* wjgjb tiw all success on a difficult assign ethics.' conception when this country 'wa* founded (-- and the power plants, which" an be built taxpaying priy*" J::,

mint The new fishing regulation} are nov law. Whether All other profession cling to rigid codes. Your small power of this vast nation is its monument. The prepetua- lerpris. 'be great hopes for peaceful collaboration_ '"0 j

you agree with their provisions, they should be given a fair town doctor's code is as rigid. as that of his fellow, tion of our democracy and Its defense against all enemies tween the major powers have not materialized .e suck
) practitioner -
" trial to see whether they will work. The appointment if in within and without, is the greatest.contribution Americacan In world history have International relations shown
the city. Why shouty th* small)j t9wJ) e4jt9r be *n I mun
' a local conservation a"entI\ a fine step in the ,right dirsction gzcfpton( f make to a troubled world in which whole nations have rapid deterioration. Our national':expenditures; !j f.

1 ? ? lank JotfUtarian lvery. ,filet that grim but-obvious fact.

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Important Dates Named In Efforts Mrs. Aliens Pesln, Mrs. Bobby Wo Oo Our Own

It Thompson and .Joan and Castle Watch Repairing; ,
Mae Scotten motored to West

Toward Everglades National Park ness.Palm Beach Saturday on busi CRYSTALS ENGRAVING FITTED:

I Mrs E. O. Pant of Fort Fierce f'i''i ,
spent Sunday here with her All Gu f
Seven years; ;:;* selected as
/ being the most Important dates publicized 'the project t. for 18 brother George Osborn, and
all Mrs. Osborn. l ,
Refresh AYour In the history ot the recently- 'ears.1929TCongresi. Sd's
Henry Hinton 'returned Sunday Imp time
assured adopted a resolution 1i
Everglades National r
Oil O approving the area atxMsessIng after spending the week end JEWELERY'Victory
When By Park for which this year's State i
holidays in Lake City.
Legislature national park quallIcatlons Bldg.
appropriated $2,000- Florida Legislature Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wilbar, Mr.
000 to be turned
over to the
created! Everglades National and Mrs. George Osborn and
EARL'SSODASWOP Federal Government for 1
Park Commlslon, a State Mr. and Mrs W. L. Merritt and r
the remaining privately- b 10 family enjoyed July 4 on Hobe Get Miles of WWRECAP i
held lands in the proposed area agency, to acquire land for the
of the park. park and Coe was appointed Bound Beach. 1r'' 1 11fN11ktI1
chairman. Mrs. John D. Stevenson and
FOUNTAIN DRII S These dates Include: 1934-Congress passed an act daughter, Kathleen, spent Saturday YOUR T1RJC
SANDWlCltsCOVEE, 1928-Idea proposed by Ernest acting forth conditions to be in Hobe Sound visiting Mr. Bring hem to U (Wogs
OWN FLA> F Coe, Miami landscape architect met by the State of Florida and Mrs, George Brownlee. taken ver S art Recap
who organized Everglades manner of acceptance and how Mr. and Mrs George Brown- Service o any of the
i n I111I1 O I111111111I I I1111I I11111I11111I I I I11 1 I lee and children. Penny and
National Park Association and the park when established, agencie hick we do
.. should be administered. Fuddle, of Hobe Sound, were work i ;
1938-O. O. Palmer was named dinner guests of Mr and Mres,

LIST 'your Room, Apartment and Rental to succeed Coe as executive O. D. Quigley July 4., H N'S /14
with chairman ot the park commission /
Home va. Service St Pion t
Every summer a forestry trainIng P
but the appointments' of
L. tULFORDl other' members were not renewed camp \Is held at Camp O'Leno Federal Highway
( t1
near High Springs.
and the commission as i
t rah sluts such, ceased to exist for eight
BUYING 4 Si LING RKfA'INGANACEMEN: years.. ------- 1" :'
PROPER 1944-Oov. Spessard L. Rolland --- -- Bath' Room Tile and Asphalt Tile ; : '

Write Pf Box No. realizing that the boundAries view the dismantled por- cent of the machinery and equipment for if- ,,
321 North CloradoPhonlSlT then set were unattainable,I--- Carl Zelss optical works In Jena durparations.. In a small part of the plant the com- I Also Supply of Belgian Tile in various colors ', ,
AV ue called In Mlllard\ F. Caldwell, the tour of the Soviet-occupied son pany. has resumed production of camera and Vi and 3/16 Commercial: f,11, ,.

Governor-elect 'and together )'. The Russians dismantled M per eye glass lenses INSTALLATIONS and SALES J.., ,'
llorlda I
hey conferred with Federal officials __________ I
Tile Baths Deal cards eft>rche of ; j

I that ellmlnatde, setting new more boundaries than 4,000 1- "OUCH, DOCTOR, BE CAREFULI"! I fill'III 11111111111111111111111111111111111111111 I Qu.rl T' ,IL I ,I

COMMERCIALPHO Imcf AERIAL It was arranged that the 847- E. Eli j .' ,' P''
17} acres of State-owned property -
within the park area 'I' : ,
). : P. O. Box 1181 Phone 787 N. 18th St.. Fort Pierce, :
385,693 acres of and 461,- )
482 acres of water __' would be The Ladles Missionary Society : :., 1
PHOTOGRAPHS WILL, HE* fOU MAKE THAT deeded to the Department of v. held Its regular business meet- r

SALE 1 the Interior and put under con- Ing July 2 at 7:30: at the church. i: "
PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVE GUARANTEED trol ot the Wildlife Conservation Mrs. deorge Osborn president, t
branch until the park could be presided with silt members pres- Accent on Health. ;:'! :
established., sent: Mrs. 8. D. Bever Mrs. J :
TROPICAL PHOTO SHOPKrueger Congress passed an act. ratifying P. Wllbar, Mrs. Martha Whittle I
this arrangement and authorizing Mrs. Fred Pedersen Mrs. W. L. :
BIdg. N J| To Western Union the Secretary of the Merritt and Mrs. Osborn. Ji\lij

Interior to accept for a park Mr, and Mrs. A. J. DeLoachand !
.,..-- will such "major portion" as he 1 son Jimmy, returned home I '
might approve of the boundaries + t X319,, Thursday after a week in Web An appetizing, natural all-season tonic! Delicious1 .), '"
originally fixes.1940Gov. stet with relatives and friends.\. Alfar Buttermilk. Tones the muscles, soothes the .' y4,:, I

LUMBERand Caldwell on April Mary Lou' white was a Visitor nerves and rids the body of impurities. : i
25 reactivated the park com- In Pahokee, More Haven and 1 r ::

mission to acquire privately-\ Clewlston last week.P. I a\ve
Wise mothers generously of Alfar Butter. J "
owned lands within the park. O.Smith Maye and Richard ;{
1947.-The, Federal Govern- Smith, Mrs. Fred Pedersen and milk because rn'1J't:1. '7 l1

ment agreed to take possession N son, John left Saturday for .
Building of the park area and handle the Scriven and Jesup, Oa, to visit Ij: I
legal details of acquiring title relatives\ and friends It builds strong ,one and teeth., i' .p I
to the privately-owned lands Mr. and Mrs. 8. D. Bever left r
Materials upon delivery of the $2,000,000 Tuesday for their home In Pontiac It in easily digeilun by young and old. .L ,

IBM needed to pay for them. Ill., after eight months here It costs so liU Mb r 1C I II" 1//
are\more plentiful In Its first appropriation bill\ in their winter home. I IJ
the 1947 Florida Legislature appropriated Those who attended the three-
the $2,000,000 neededto 1 mfg Q r day annual association In Au- ) tart today J I;;j'
era (
We May Hfre What YoiWeed make the Everglades National -- burndale last week were Mr. and rk
Park Mrs. Shelby McCulley, and ,
a reality.
For That New Borne --- Be Stir \ See Us The appropriation was made Muriel Dance, 7 months old registers outraged surprise as she daughters Clara ,Jean, Verdi Mae 'lit. }iJ

AL/IRIGLEY after the need was explained to gets Inoculation, at a clinic for children of University of Washington and Mary, and Mildred Allman. LRA {,I'I' f
Mgr, House and Senate committee at Seattle. Her mother, Mrs Morris Dance (left), and Lena Mae Walker of Winter PX r

by .John D. Pennekamp assoclaw Dr. Rollin Cults (right) are amused.. Beach spent last week end here .- ,Un, ,Ir
East Obast, Lumber editor of the Miami Herald visiting her cousin, Mary Lou : .. .
r I .
and a member of the reactivated SIMPLICITY DID IT! BALANCES WITHDRAWN White, j
park commission. I Mr and Mrs. A. L. Church JI
456 Flamingo Drive Phone 1115 I
Col Tallahassee, Ju1110'- County Mr/and Mrs. J. J. Anderson and J, '
& pupply BENEFITS PUNNED School Boards have been advised Rena White and daughter, Mary WEST PALM BEACH i ',' \'1
by Attorney General J.Tom Lou, 1 i
were callers In Winter =
__ __ ___ fllft :
Phone 22ITHE Stuart, Florida The first of what are expectedto Watson that they should have --- *
become a regular monthly withdrawn all balances from the '
M acrtu-of games parties for the State teachers' salary fund before :
benefit of Stuart Moose LodgeNo. Tuesday. On that date, the 1' r F; i t'r I
1240 will be held from 8 to new school act takes effect and nniWTrI1'- .

I IS eGENEQASECTR" I 11 p. m. tomorrow at the Wom- the old teacher salary fund( law ; S
FACT an's'Club.' Net proceeds will\ go Is repealed. .

toward a the headquarters lodge's'fund or to land acquire o .E U..L W J. .LI. : .

',eLECTRON! NEWSPAPER I upon be be In placed.which charge.CHAIRMAN Lodge.headquarters'officials\couk will\ WANTED A fine air made finer l- sl 3 3rat

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F ASi DaiVEREOBXRADiq Gainesville\ July 10 r- William GENE LANDSCAPING\\L REPAIRS .. c.f ... "" I ; '! :

WAVES AND PRINTED/ McL. Christie has been appointed 'i. WINDCeW WASHIN ill. \ ;' i'

tw as, BEFORE XXWEVES, University's general! chairman 1947 homecoming of the State BUSINESS & RESIQfNCE +' ;... lRI' i':;, '

VWU.SOON8S' slated for Oct. 24-25, Florida CAR WAlHING APOUSHG 1' : I :: '
TRIED OUT IN Blue Key officials have announced '

12 CITIES. Top features of this +hs TREE REM\VA AND > '.
t year's homecoming will be the + r PLANTIN "'lL. 'ft l\S:rIJ
Carolina football\
/ S\\ game Oct. 25 and the traditional .
I Gator Growl dated for FlorIda ROAD BUI 1 UNrt
TRANSMITTERS ... .. .. ,..' .:.'

AND RECEIVERS FUNDS RETURNABLE ,With a It-cent rod, a 50-cent MEN: ...-..
July 10 Any "
lure and length of wrapping
money the School of Forestry at twine from a dime store, ,- What ave you to.a\1. List o ao s.esattesr ,JA
the University of Florida didn't year-old Jimmy Inman (above) it wJK us for proper\ndl- ..
spend out of Its 1948-47 appro- caught this 4H Ib. largemouthbass ing/Register with dk fore ;
priation by the end of the yea i
Centennial Park
Is returned to the general fund iloyment. Cement t>
POWER of the State, Attorney General J. Tenn.near 'the,heart, ,of Nashville, for sale,
Tom Watson has advised Comp /
COMPANIES troller C. M.' Gay Kenneth Stimmell _.,
Owner, Manager ,

HAVE BROUGHT E "eTRiCiTY DEAN APPOINTED Gainesville, July 10 (FNS) --.

TO MILLIONOF Tallahassee\ July 10 (FNS) The Agricultural Extension ServIce STUARTSERVICES The h r most people! s
;k l3
President :
FARMS IN PECE l Doak B. Campbell of at Gainesville Is announcing ? ; i iI
Florida State University this plans for,the nth Poultry InStitute -
YEARS,MAKING WO week announced the appoint- Krueger
EASIER TODAy' ment of Miss Katherine Warren to be held !this year at Camp Box 486 Phone 41-W 1 Mow people wool ..ell advised to own y and such a high degree or owner eatfs.f .
i as acting dean of women. McQuarrle Sept. 1-8., f a Pontiac, nlOll-rh. combination is hard 10 bett. I {
FAR- r In the first nre. It fin readily Into the insider Pontiac when you order your ant I i
HAVE TRIC t 19 overage bud for,over the yean oft ownership Regardless of when you expect 1 to gel<< i
ca4b more economical II Pontiac: will prove wise choice.
o' s
POWER UNE SE ICE. West Palm, Beach DirectoryWHEN Second,jKemt to dependably that the ever, POINTS WORm REMEMBERING..o O +
1, age fyplr b content to keep .Ponliac to 1) sl
4 the period, of la inertilnen.. (2)f ram soilSygr you were for youet p.rn e.i tor r 0
IN WEST PALM BEACH f a cat combine such outstanding ecoo- sobs" se trade i//yet s.ie good esit saw,


-- fry PONTIAC Owners Enjoy Mere Worthwhile /natures
WITH PAY, -se coons vo .ie ass H A W T H N ERoWurGCO. .
RI e s { ,roomPOWERFUL s-erssnosous-Your choke turning 'circle, makes parking' sires
a G-E WOR KE ,, of a six or an eight 100% FuH-Preieur rows -ces.e... SIM-Shockproof Knee
t Metered Flow Lubrication, Gaaelector, Action, DuS.es Rear Spring Hydraulic
V4CATICI WHICH took Haar MITAU Scotcb-Min Manifold Vaonunaiic Spark Cushion Lerelatora. awin.wi nmtuueawns ,
PA/O/ v IDEA, \ NaT N VQwarear ;" Control, AU-Weather Engine Temperature -.Protected against din and water.t"
JlANjX* YiTatsTS Control, Rifle-Drilled Connecting Rods,
KTB .. ? nna soar r MH*|-Big and roomy, Unlnceleonitractioa I
A&IEQALE ECTR.' HJ Vv Eleclropttled piston,Inmre greater.con.
and stn Fisher No-Draft Ventilation, 13i
v '',,0 omy, performance
Hl'Tett PUn Clan i
M Mitrr emMM-More positive control Safety ciutoot-lype
NOW IEXTEND5 7b EVERY'EMPL 4 ,., with UM e on. la combination with mat interiors a

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Ji ,f \P: MARaiAct ""PLICATIO-TRANSCRIPTS 1 ; ;-NEEDED; -- ""II..llflwllwwm..lllw..wm..mlfllllll..IUIlWIlIll..lllfllll.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .111 STUART YOUTHTO 41 TO ,FINISH stration county agent dub Miss met Lucille with Jn-the and daughter Mre. Ramona.Helen .dagrtortaughter Arnold set

I 11..1.. It ?..trlrfc_ Pirt, Timt and.. '' ATTEND FFA toOl Monday for an aUntoo of the 11I4
11... as' U'5,1..1.,, 01'1'1.'f,* 'I'I Principal irwin F Johnwlck Notes of Interest To Veterans CAMP SUNDAY lteW1 Nulpbn,
I I I Noeo. ,. II 9kBo', .....,,..lltL \ has Issued notice to all boys and I picnic Aont I to 6 .a Uke vela PsI tIi nty Woman
and M.b.e. A. _. .... ... Krelder. Trails
"' P. QoNta. Viola Ia sponsoring
of Miss a bingo
1 ... .. girls who to enter college Twenty-seven boys from VIla SWIM CLASS party
9.nn.I F plan
14. JIIIr
Orbndn. nod II C* cge H Mere T A. Contact Officer For of the
.. Or""do the South JI SA t$0: a' the
I Doeoshl' ado*. I In September or at mid-term section of the State all eC them End on home QliIt
\; At office of H. R Lowery Jr Fort Pierce Headquarten The weather, ,MAC ani Mn. LaVene
St. lusts:
etadsnts Van
-that they should write to the outstanding agriculture >II"t
: 1 to 4 p. m. Monday 105 Atlantic Are -- Interfered somewhat' Palm ;

,ii i\, : 1 ROTA B college ter and which have the they registrar plan to there en, ,.lit.I.It.III.I..III...1II1t1l1l1t...I..I..I 1111I111111............11I11I11111111111111...............;.....11I111111.........III...111111 I..I.H.11I111111I1111I11I.................H I//III/' and Farmers members of America of the, will Future be Forty-one jfcunesten under with showery the fun, but a pleasant tune pose of City raising Farms funds for for!he s pq flit.

i\ 1 1i ,\ .T N.-.ogee write to him requesting a trans. ,Can a veteran who lives ar.d position to supervise and direct among those,attending Florida the tutelage of James A. Smith was enjoyed by alt, hoar Is Palm City, Adntlupl
i l M..t. e e.IeCM two-
L L script of the students high. works In the city get a OI guaranteed -i farming operations 3th 'annual forestry training *re schedpM M compete a. class Mr. and Mn Earl Market' \ Jr. wit .be50 I cents with erer s
1 YuAArh school grade farm loan Is a veteran camp when Its tint one-week week Iwlmmlnllnstructlo. and daughter Jerry and baby In ted.TILTON' .
i f HARRI R.LOWI+Rr,JR, eligible! for a home loan while: Q..-Can I get a guaranteedloan period begins Sunday at the Saturday for which they wilt receive son left this week for their Atlanta
,l II s ,.t r Nature will grow trees fast as he 1s In school under the OI Bill I to buy or build a small O'Leno State Park Recnatton Red Cross certificates, It home after a month or
: we need them 11 we protect the Here are the answers to these!: apartment house Area near High Springs. At WM announced yesterday more 'vacation spent with Mr cats
\ H I woodlands from fire, and other questions frequently I A.-Yes. you may buy or JHilld east one boy from each of the This fceglnnen' class originallyhad and Mrs. Markel al their farm
_-- asked contact representatives of' a small apartment house witha States 109 chapters ls eiprcted w pupils In it but for 'van home Earl who was Injured m.

STATE Wt NT Of OUR I the Veterans Administration: : home loan or with a business to attend each of the two ens- oui reasons seven! will Dot finish Prance Is employed In Atlanta.
\ : A A NEW BOOK FOR Q.-My national service life, loan, but the total number of week sessions! which conclude the course The claa sis being His Injury has Improved Xfter
GROWERS Insurance was due two weeks family units cannot exceed four July 26.Donald. held at the 8 W Traylor estate long treatment
; ago. Is my policy lapsed now or If more than one veteran Is buyIng Terry will attend the swimming pool. A two-day picnic wu held at
do 1 have more time to send In an apartment house, then first week from Stuart.; Others Tw more classes one for additional the L. J. Murphy home Friday '
f my premium payment? j one addltonal unit for each vet.; from this Immediate area are beginners and one for and Saturday Quests wen Mr for Curtly
A Your policy Is not lapsed, eran participating may be addedto John Swindle of Clewlston and Intermediates, are'' planned by and Mrs George Watson of $fe.ring
IMPARTMIIY, Wind nor will It be lapsed until II the basic four. Eugene McCall of Pahokte the sponsoring Martin County Homestead sinter and brother-

, .MAD. ANDORMAM.NiA days after the date on which The objective of the camp \Is chapter of the Red Cross, but in-law of Mrs. Murphy; Mr and 088 S'fture
1 Destruction.[ { your unpaid premium was. due.j jQ Q.-I am going; i to school un to aid Southern Umber conservation starting dates have not been let M.... Bill Powell of Homestead, os .hso r"mssar.
TREES der the OI Bill and would like by teaching Its principles for lack of Instructors, It was
I Re Ripped Of Chimneys r long-time friends of the Murphy taM[ duo rt.dgwra
I .-I have repaid a $4,000 business to get a loan to buy a small to future farm and community reported. The Interest' and demand Mn. Ruth Fernanda of l.18awets
Blown Down; aouTe P1ossgA ANocasadt loan $2000 of which was home. Am I eligible for a guar ; m Tbrw
eaden. Sponsors of the project lor the Instruction\ high ..of you Ie.q L t r, blo.ouq
1 Trees May Crash guaranteed by VA under the QI anteed loan now? are the Florida Forest Service here, a Red Cross office spokesman West Palm Beach oousUi loenra Sure ..fery dtrd
1 T; h r o u g h Windows, Bill. Is my guaranty privilege[ A.-Yes, provided you can and the State Department ,of said' and consequently any Mn Murphy; Mr and Mrs.Casey it't M ht the land rB aa
! R vM and Walls. You restored to Its original amount qualify financially and otherwise Vocational Agriculture together one here who It qualified a* a Andrews of Salerno, daughter sat silt sea egwpmeyTla

II, only ONE FROTHtfuN now that all of my Indebtedness That a veteran Is eligiblefor with the States six wood pulp teacher U urged to contact the and son-in-law of the Murphys; ee pair Mal Ighe
Ten, A. has been paid? Government guarantee does mills Its six member firms of ,office.to help with this program
gainst Ihiuafial Loss A.No You may use your full not always mean that he can the Southern Pine Association: Ac eat TlaiDidn't
-ttlND\< *tM IN- loan guaranty entitlement only find a lending Institution to and the general membership of pen"Ulmer
$1'KAN<'FWie great his loan. OI loans offer minNMNttminHiinmnniiiiiiiiiiiiHPalm.
once. handle! the American Turpentine Farm-
rot BUY Ok All the M or CaI

I World \Y e\ IT'SYou Q.-''l live and;; work In the city terms veterans, however exceptionally, a veteran liberal seek en Association City News 66NA Old Dixie lligheap

rF.F.UED. Is but would like to buy a small ing a loan must satisfy the !hone 9111SAFETY"H

II ENOlC.lf ? MsiioaR svuesoce. farm with a guaranteed loan. lendee that he \Is a good credit, TAX AUCTIONNETS By ANNA" m. DATIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIHIHIMIIIH .Per av.M.Iald. r.. t f'.e. .. QQAATII$1
Do I have to live and work on risk and has a sufficient monthly 1 MOs .rrr.M.r IAO $
\' ED APP the farm to get a loan? Income to meet his payments II I I I Tr..r f.lswo
A.-No, but you must be In promptly $1,872 Mr. and Mr*. a H. Frisbee and
E y Kind of Cloth $3.501 Paper $2.50 Mr and Mrs. OL H. Frisbee Jr,
Order from iiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii and eon celebrated. July with
tnursnesPho Edwin A. Menninger '1 FIRST FEDERAL an auto trip to Boynton They SUNDRIES
18 PA. Base bids totaling 11.1712
The Flowering Tree Mann Obituaries wen accompanied by Mr and
Arcade Stuart Florida I were made at an auction at the
Mr*. M M. Baker
OF YERO PAYS t iiiiminiimiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiimiiiK court house Monday noon of DRUG SUNDRIES COSMJTTICS
Mrs. Charles Barrett left by
-- ._ CAPT. ROBERT G IIARDEE county lands upon which taxes bus Sunday afternoon for Toledo SUN TAN OIL AlN SHADES St GLASSESCANDIES
\ Robert George Hardee, are delinquentBiggest
Capt. ;
and other points In Ohio for a VBACCO3 J
purchase was 294 lots JJrWFLRY.
familiarly known as "Capt Bob
JUNE DIVIDEND In Port Salerno by the Salerno vacation trip to her former
Jones Well Drilling and Plumbing died Monday at Vero night after Beach* long Hospital Illness Development Company which borne She will return In abouta SOD\ FOUNTAIN

Quirk Service. We try to please you He was 75. Funeral services completed the sale of tai prop month SODAS ICE AMSANDWICIIES
981 Members Share $16,000). ) were held this morning at the erty In that area. The same firm On July J the members of the \ MAGAZINES
Inquire at Firm's Assets Floyd Funeral Home In Vero bought 7M lots In that area In Palm City Ladles Aid of the NEWSPAPERS
349 W 6th St. Cam Beach with burial In Sebastian the tax sale hen a month ago Pals City Church met at the
: SYDNEY JONES at 3 this afternoon. Mondays sale was marked by home of Miss Viola Krelder forM

I, 'P. O. Box 1048 PHONE 292 Stuart, Florida Vero Beach, July JO More I Hardee, who had many friends considerably more Individual interest all-Jay sewing bee It was
I than $18000 In semi-annual here, was born In City Point, than was Junes t2KX an enjoyable affair with a delicious
l dividends was distributed June Ha., In 1872 Fifty-five yean ago auction and was divided Into 12 severed dish luncheon at
i 30 to the 981 members of the he and his parents moved to sectlorB| The sale was made noon. Much sewing was accomplishes'
II FLOWERS First Federal Savings and Loan Sebastian where he lived until under the Murphy Act authorization for the fall bazaar ENETIAN
For 0 CASIONS Association: of Vero Beach, according his death. He was a prominent with 200-ft. road easements Present wen Mrs. R. R. Wallace
I to R W. Sedgwlck sec realtor there until his retirementa and percentages of titles Mrs. Paul eVUlbIu, Mrs. Jack
retary-treasurer to natural resources Llsk. Mrs o. B Cadwell Mrs L.
any reserved -
few ago and served as
I BOUQUETS o CORSAGE .. .. CUT fLOWERS In addition to the regular dividend Mayor yean and Councilman for a fl Qregsrle Mn Clarence Felon BLINDS

FLORAL ARRA EM NTS which was voted\ by the number of years auer, Mn Charles Krumm Mn
board of directors at its June He Is survived by his wife, OAK RIDGE JOB BIDS W. S. Burdlck Mrs. Anna B. Day. 1
1 I 1, t DOMESTIC and IMPORlfcDfcERAMICSSMITH'S meeting, a substantial sum Was Mrs. Clarissa M.' Hitching Har ACCEPTED INDEFINITELY Mn UVerne Van Mess, Mrs. )ME FURNISHINGS
added to the surplus and reserve dee daughter of the late Syl- WUlitm Carroll and the hostess
&VlFT accounts from the earnings Applications for previously announced Miss Krelder
f FLORAL SHOP vanus and Martha Kltchlng and
positions as civil engineer
of the six-month period.
sister of Commodore Stanley Mrs. William Carroll of Stuart;
I. WE WIRE FLOWlRS In view of a continuing loan Kitching. She also has two and engineering draftsman Is spending this week at the
to the board of Civil Service McMillan Furniture Co.
I 1 Arcade: RMg Slh St., Ft. Pierce iPhone 310-J demand emphasis has been on other brothers and seven sisters examiners for the U. B. A- home at Mr. and Mn O. B. Cad-I
1 attracting savings and Investments
here. Capt. Hardee also Is survived well as their guest
which has brought the Energy Commission In 610 ORANGE FORT '
by two daughters Mn L.P Oak The Palm.City! !Home Demon
t'I Ridge Tenn.. will be aceept-
ahare capital Outstanding to .
up .
Chesser and Mm R. E. Turlington
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: L more than $1,800,000. This represents five grandchildren and ed Indefinitely, It was announcedby
the board this week. Persons
an Increase of about 25 three great-grandchildren, all of
per cent during the 12 months Sebastian employed following these exams ,
endlpg June 30. Sedgwlck statesIt will be employed at Oak Ridge
OSL YP Bids should be sent! to the com
hasbeen the policy of the association ALICIA RANGERMr
to pay lust as high a mission at Box E In Oak Ridge Your AccountYou

L M N G dividend rate as is commensuratewith and Mn J, W. Johnson Further information on these Savings
\ '1't 1\\; the building! up of an adequate have received word of the deathof tests may be secured from Mrs. .
portectlon In reserve apd their granddaughter Alicia Oertrude Mlnnehan secretary of
JOBBING CONTRACTINGPROMPT with a competitive lending rate Ranger W months, June 29 at the local board of Civil Service
't :f.. EFFICIENT SERVICE which permit sound lending Qulncey while enroute to the examiners, atr the Stuart; Poet

I ALL WORK GUARANTEED practices New York Medical Center. She Is Office.
Phofc 30ft The First Federal of Vero the daughter of S/Sgt. and Mrs
I I Beach has continued to rendera Joseph O. Ranger. Funeral sere! REIMBURSEMENTGIVEN too can! enjoy the happy combination of insured
real service! to Stuart; and ices was held at the Providence COUNTY ., ,
hf, --- other communities In the Indian lOla.) Baptist Church July 1 safety worthwhile return and convenience
Tallahassee M The Martin I : \>y opening
'\ River district in the promotion with burial at Providence Cemetery .

I'I'1\1 Waterfr Properties of thrift and home ownership Besides the parents survivors County will Board receive of$373 Public,59 this Instruction weekas a savings account at the First Federal of Verp
I One of the best measures of this include a brother Oary I
Along the Indian and 8t Lucle riven and Kobe Sound. service Is the gain which has Ranger, 2, and half-slater, Gall reimbursement for food expenditures Beach. I I'I
In the school lunchrooms .J ; ,,
Ocean Frontage taken place In assets. The Institution Handy.
I I L closed June 30 with resources Sgt. flew from New of the county, state
I' S7j totaling $241305880 York, where Is stationed, to School Supt. Colin English said Large,.and small Accounts are i'ally'welcotne. Our
The check
of than 50 attend the funeral. yesterday represents!
a gain more per cent Mrs Ranger
; t'; since June 10, 1940. and Gary will return north with field.100 per cent payment of claims savings plan is designed for ,yo\ safety and conven- '
I The association Is a member him this week.
J r x > of the Federal Home Loan Bank I distributed A total of $101544 U to be fence whether you bej i with a : ;rve of accumulated
System and the Federal Savings DANCE AT GOLF CLUB In payment for claims
1 r rei, and Loan Insurance Corporation PLANNED FOR AUG. 30 for food assistance This bring savings or desire to belkn to :s regularly.
an Instrumentality of the 1 to more than $124000 the
: ; Federal Government Each account : Plans for a dance at the Mar amount distributed this month,

t fA Is fuUy Insured up to $5,- 'tin County Golf and Country English said.LIBRARY Wherever you live and 'ch way you save, in person :-
000. The Institution Is owned and Club Aug 30 were made July 2
managed by people of the com at an Informal meeting lunch NIGHT HOURS or by mail, the First F' al 1.0Vero: Beach pre-
and Is eon of the club's Women Auxiliary Starting this week, the. Mar
munity operated for the
J JI purpose of developing thrift Discussion also was held tin County Public Library located pared to provide safe, fri fly and: practical serviceto
> on organizing a junior auxiliary In the Woman ,Club "
f.. for the cttys young people to building on South Albany Ave thrifty and conservative vers. ?.
promote Interest In golfing and will be open every Monday from s.
j HOW!. Here ,U a gtiii! ( provide additional recreationfor 7 to 8 p m., It was announced .

I I J ml effective trtttmiit Urwnlun the younger set by Mn Blanche Blocum,.librar Write or telephone the Federal of Vero Beach
Those attending the meeting ian.
\ were Mrs L. A. Arbogast, Mrs for savings informatio First Federal' invites
l l l l l l .
1It 1- Mn Boyne McPherson Mn you to)open your accounffhowj d
TN SET All TSUI a1H rebel 1Tu Herbert; Dugan, Mrs. L. E. Ashley Budded Winter a i
snucuiia egue'SALYL Mrs. H. M. Klelfeldt. Miss
I J n s.r4tlr na.w..a.wlwke Dee Kennedy and Janke and Each account insured Jp to $5fl jf ., ''e r .\ I
j ..leaser. 5-SO kill. .5 Ii ..0IM Judy Arbogast
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i" ,_ roe. sedsons..r UNIVERSITY ELECTIONTwo
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n., .aa.a ..
.warsal. .
k...... suns soda.7k. the University Martin County of Florida studentsat won Accounts opened yiOth earn as<* the 1st of the month.:
new Nusoisl. I. no. I.o.hm.
., Ad. ..'.Fos r a ., d.. top offices In the campus election .
audtb.u..bl.SoAW r Vads.d
last week In which their

l r party, newly organized wpn\ 15 BOO Resources exceed *
.3 $24; ,,000.00() I
1 rbrM a bol, p. M. to of the 20 offices nought. More .
,. ,... than 2,000 students 8 N 7 ..
;! It dose. paww .p r.rtb.r voted In the j
.oabBN..a.la.Ms io sap .ark P largest B NO.LlJ t
I ; Bed summer election ever \ ,
'f r
ftmTrM nLH.Ips ,held at the school ; if

r Surd Iw A nk mk h.4.f.dse Nub.!.a I Arthur J. Sims. 21-year-old yWALDiN '
tow ,
ri k,II sd then r.J u4 w M> Btw student and former service! ,' First Federal Saving and Loan'
t 1.IatJJof ImproTfJ and Unimproved Properties painful tad MloA en IMM 4f* man from Hobe Bound,was elected ,

Throughout Martin County .k.SOa..sd Nranbita. Aa6114 iM + Mil Ya bMIIM clerk of the honor court and ,e2t, each ,

AcaEAOKa aaAJIIC .,1...,, .....drtror o tti.* mte,. GoibMii ibt di Pen Games, a native of Bushnel

G 1 ?? lew u', Point' KIn'-...... "Properties. ai who editorial formerly staff worked of The on stuart the GET'THEM: 'ANY BAY,AT Association i ,*,, '

-a ana 5$.w7$, :osMh0'k5551,, News, wu elected editor of the MY HOUSE. "
.yM Jgplter Island Oceaa-to-Seusl Estates hue\ a/.eod/ M....nN.s .sas.r1, 1.hass. weekly campus newspaper, OF INDIAN !RIVE*,' .r..s .5.n4.,. 4551's .Us. '
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C. B. ARBOGAST NEURA'BALMCHU and home ownership.. An advertisement Edwin A. Menninger VERO.BEACH;

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TH* STUART NEWS, STUART, Martin County, ArJU1UD.n,1t1LY; .U, 1MT rACJ LEY1
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RMY AIR FORCES TO-CET BIG NEW TRANSPORTS' I II and groups throughout the| eome-lately, h* made a tremens te !11kI '!

State. They say' that be .Is a I 4ous Impression on a lot of or. I
forceful and aggressive speaker, dlnary, run-of-the-mill citizens itlV .
a sound thinker and would makean who admired his courage and I I c
s admirable Governor My 1 forthrightness. I've never met I l ''I .'1' (,IJ,
guess is Guernsey 'Is too busy the man but am Informed he L\ I ,
'AL with Rotary duties to consider i! has a vote-getting personalitythat I ,
wV a /gubernatorial race at This i cannot be discounted. While 1 h. i
x l 41 'tE'loTtf f y., i / time. politicians look on )him as"pois, t Jlj JljIt'
I've also heard the name of on"the man on the street doesn't' 'I I '
Representative J. B. Odham' and a lot of folks think Florida I It" ;'

mentioned several times. While would be well served with that I ", ..
old timers may view him as a kind of a man In the Governor's i "
political upstart and johnnle- chair I '
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1 NOTICE!, r' "i t'tl'i ly.ddalsls : '
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Tuesday, July 1$, 10 A. M. :' I )

Notice la hereby given th\t the Equalization Bftard' of the 'j j ,

City of Stuart will meet 0\Tuesday, July I&IW) at the G'10PHONOGRAPH fQr.'j fQr.
hour of 10 A. M., at its u.\al meeting pjace in the City l G C7II i'
Hall\ of said City, at which) lace and JHm* the City Assessment ,1 I '

Roll for the year )M7 will .\16 submitted to said I, + \
Board for approval ; further V>tlc l'18 hereby given that This Victrola radio erRede I
I Shown on the Boeing flight line la Seattle an tome of' livered to the Army Air Forces\ They carry .000. pounds .1 all persons desiring: to have cop eUom made in Haiti Roll, RCA Vletor lion Ibroo ogra out, A

the .new giant O- ':..carte and. troop transport being de- and, cruise at 30* mile et $DA.. ., t.t.I'I'., .. .,_ whether in the listing, valuation: property, or otherwise, bunb end the per npsel eontrol u rolls j I II II IJ'
; 10-; are required to file with the Lity\uditor and Clerk, on or out..radlo M.FM) and phos spb. I I
FORMATION BOARDS I IIT whltehalr"Any'w, a bf political opponents. well know. recently elected president of before' the day previous la the m\.ting! of said Equalization Plays 12 cords. "Silent Sspp e" with
/ UP ON CITY HALL folks contend that had be madeIt I If he were to enter the race he Rotary International. Ken Is Board as aforesaid-,,their PetiVn* setting forlh.their pickup, ..se seedle. r 1h' 1 I''
service tw<5 new 1, he would have defeated Hol- would stir up a lot of felling on close to the Caldwell adminis objections to such essment and \e corrections which la chThru "Golds. l- ; ( i I '
As i public board listing all land.' the subject of "white supremacy" tration. lie Is a memaer of the they desire to hake ade !"lone.See it too. $495 ; y J' .
orsmtlon Both Watson and Warren are In which h* I II a firm believer.; State Road Board, headed the VmnU"It I*U.S.fti ot '
,trchei. civic clubs and lodges I able campaigners. They will\ set Another Jacksonville man Is Governor's Committee on Educa- .
i the city have been put up on the pace and make the welkin 'frequently mentioned although tion and has a long and active Hallos Electric\ ervice Ij f ,
east side -of the city ring so long and loud that other those close to him Insist that he record of civic and political lead- R Eu\t !
Jt one nearest the' street haU'j contenders will have a difficult Is not. Interested and would not ership. Those Interested In seeing Post Office Arcade V Stuart "t' (
rsectlon lists the time making themselves heard. consider the race. I refer to Ken him enter the race think he Phone 13 1'
,ml pertinent I data oil. ,1 Both men have a large and loyal Guernsey, president of the Gulf would command the solid sup As City Auditor \d Clerk. ':
hoe the other lists each club fOllowing. Labor;or that portionof Life Insurance Company, and port and'backing of Mvlp: clubs :'i :
nlodge and where, anij when! :
: it which !la controlled by union -R- ,
ell meets. leaders, can be depended upon
The boards were put tip Satura to oppose Watson bitterly. But :*,
by H. H. Thayer and Fire they polled their full strength DOLLARS --- 1.jl MIP"! PATRONIZE I
hid John N. Mann. They were against him last time to no avail 'vi I
named by contributions from and the fiery' Watson figures he IN r&r.,: HOME FIRMSOFFERING '
ch of the organizations listed, can discount this opposition and SPENT MARTIN COUNTY i ; I

linn, said. ': ___ still win. Warren's greatest MARTIN COUNTY YOU 1
RMOlTrOFIC GIVEN handicap !Is the fact that folks I
are not Inclined to take him I DIRECTORY THESESERVICES .
Dr.:Charles A. Carrlel will base seriously They like 'to hear STAY HOME BUSINESS : '11;:

.a sermon 'on ,"What This him talk but they are Inclinedto
amunent Means to Me" at the view him as a comedian anda ____ r-- i i

mmer communion service of showman to be cheered and .. --.- '
e Presbyterian Church, at the applauded but not voted for. In --- :
omin's Club Sunday at 11 *. m. spite of this handicap )however, STUART COMPLETE W LSo'S I GAMBLE ,\\1'I
Warren has a strong and loyal Electric and Refrigera ,
following that will\ back him all PAINT CO, lion SERVICE GAS OIL, 1 SNACK SHOP I FILING CABINETSand ELiEstijafttes CTRIFRi

Tea Late foCLASSIFY the It way.Is a. safe bet that Watson PAINTS No Job Too.LarzjiOr LUBRICANTS On the Ocean's EdgSA j d tlil',
and Warren will\ not be the.only VARNISHES 'j'jELE Martin ant ep, WICI '
contenders. Others you hear t ENAMELS ROBE UND All Types of EMERS ADIOS'
mentioned with ever Increasing FEN Lkg BEER INES I'
n..l. r. OFFICE !
frequency are Dan McCarty of MURPHY BATHffiOllSES Elect al Co rector ': I'
By RUSSELL KAY Fort Pierce, former Speaker of sHehawiewa11AMm4s'r Phon ( Car Cuat The Stuart News 4
the House. His record la good. rnooucv Hobe Sound 327 Steam Cleaning Open Year 'RoVtd 'I Submit d. No :
He Is a veteran and commandsthe hone 125P. Nile Phone I BEACf Office Supply Dept. lo/To Large Or Too malt 1
I Zit Fed. Hi-Way Stuart JENSEN Next To P. 0 Jensen Beach ,
respect of solid-thinking I I *
Although the Democratic prl- I O. A ade P, 0. Bt $71 Stuart 185-J '
aces of 1948 are still a long citizens He would undoubtedlyhave
8' off, those busy little bees the full blessing of the -. ,
Caldwell administration which. "-

'ni at political make to swarm a bonnets.business and folks art of buzzing begin-who cap would rather probably than prove an advantage a handi- Quinn's Store 1 1Mee Web Ordwajr, Stuar rs 1 Jensen Hdwe. I''

U guessing games are chewing Down Miami way they are 1 Motors Auto Ca
Uncle : SURE
Smathers, ,
heir pencils and working outape talking about George s, Croe es Billy sez I
political white hope of Florida'sGold
> sheets. And rozen dsPR AUTHORIZED DL row THEM
Coast. They point to his Modern Cottage TRY THEY
The spotlight of course, Is onGovernor's (I ": '
UCE. DR .SNO :.z.J.. ,:
: d.
winning personality his ability ; '
e racer Attorney LTlel, 04T5 And Trailer Court E THAN
metal Tom Watson didn't fool as a campaigner and contend LEN ,,pea r sALU VICE
that If South Florida were to RENTAL DAV w PT TO HAVE IT.
round walling to see who wduld D AND E
get behind him solidly he would Jens Beach
r wouldn't-run but confident n WE ER SEICE AU CONVUlIENCUBLAIR
win In walk. But unfortunately All of life I have lovedmen's
r hli a my '
own position marched out Ihvrt KPHOK. ym 5015' BODY REPAIRS and BAKER Jen each
n the political and South Florida, or any other .s best friend, and am always j
ved In head first.sprtngbroad,Fuller War- section for that matter, can E 9 31-J PHONE 9142 eJ prompt his rights lo de.' Old Dtato. HI-Wv Plm. SISSStuad

'II has never stopped running seldom be counted upon to go fend; but dogs in a city I

e missed the second primary solidly for any candidate. Had _. cast seem to see, wher' they
done for Ernest Oraham '
I 1940 by a hair ** or was it a they make a range of all\ property
he might be Governor today. I f '
--,- WHEN VOU1CON t'T INKING OF When they're not a pawln', e'i
Some folks would rather have :
they're jawln' out-Ioud-th' '
revenge than a Governor and I ( TEB
IN THIS SPACE, louder Ihe'r tones th more i
Vote that
INKS way. ; :?''I I
Former House Speaker Richard KSCONCRE WILL BRING RESULTSAT they seem proud _when YOU SERV Boat Houses '
H. Simpson of Montlcello Is 1 want to sleep, that's tb' time
I being strongly urged to run. If SMALL COST they will bark they nap In Prompt'Do aCour All Types Of Marine.Construction + ii 11
he does, McCarty won't. They th' DAY, then YELP when It's .
are close friends and this is un. ITEMS EVERY WEEK 1 dark! nP I! .
REDi MIONCR derstood. It looks at this writing Iva for
I Do owners much care that
EO I that Simpson will hold off I. L. DECKER PHONE 300 / ., YOU cannot sleepT Or, that E 149 P. O. BOil I
and possibly run for Commissioner
of Agriculture should FOR "THE AD MAN" 7 on your 'lawn they frolic and' PHONE 104. i '1
DIXIE HI-WAM>HONK I7-W leap Three doffs' In a block ill
INGS Nathan Mayo for any reason .j
I chose not to run. Simpson is L 'VI can ruin ev'ry lawnthey're ''j
L eminently qualified for the post i: : : at It all\ day, a-startin at I'I'I I ''I

I of agricultural commlslsoner He I ,dawn! Now, Just you try TRU AN i iFe I'I I SUBSCRIBE 1 : i ': 'I CJ
CON RET III a successful nurseryman and PITCMFpRD'S'AMP ROWJN1\ around In THEIR yards and they'll. hold th' ACES In iliserTU ,
BL CKS : long years in the Legislature I' the deck of cards! for YOU should KNOW BETTER r- th LAW To One Of The Beat f
: give him a thorough, knowledge j SAYS you should, "but' THAT poESNT MAKE THEIR, DOGGIE BE OF
of State affairs. GOOD! Weeklies In The United '
STEEL ALUMINUM I Two State Senators with long 'C* S ,
WI and able records of legislative Col Ks end moat Ob, NO! ...lie's Jtbe'r pet- he means ao one harm he's such acute States _rVJil: 1 L LI f
OWS : service would like to enter the 'II' ILESALB ..! altT.... dog *- JUST BRISTUN' WITH CHARM! He's really much GENE,' INK Op I,
(. I race. One Is Senator Walter W. Seafood\ fun. AND BRINGS THEM GREAT JOYS and YOU CAN MOVE Pow INS Rv ICI a SasS EDIESSW *, I' I I''
MASONR WHITE Rose' of Orlando, formerPresident ail OUT IF YOU DQNT. LIKE HIS NOISE! J( r. ;
for SpIt
and aggressive:' Some contend NUN BEACH I IS' AGLER Ave PNONK 51 J)1''I I
that he is too 'aloof, that he AT COUNTY aamct J A TAXI -- I II JACK MARTI Mar. $3 a year $5 two year 'j""; I I :

Phone 748 Fort Pierce: can't get down to the common l CHEAPERaxuu I: : j

i man, but observers who have u __ ._____ .. ; !
watched Rose for the past few l';
I years-. don't agree. The Senator I COOK'S LET US LAUNDRY
Is a lot better mixer ;:, :
I SERVICE STATION Give Your Car/ r Truck and
used to be and would run a much I

he better might campaign have run In a JUtS few years than NEw MOauus cLoav .e .LUNCH"ROQT A EXFERIENCFD Complete fheck TrNOAptTS Up DRY(WARRIM'S CLEANING> HIGB & ,,;\/,A'A'WOR A'I I I a ,

back. ,
roe butt. PARR. !'i:
The other Senator Is John J p.!: i-or Everything IB Th II.ER An 0.55 ALTERATIONS HAM r
{e >t 'Matthews, of Jacksonville.\ Fiery Equipment Line. 1.IrzLE3s Beer w Soft Drf OPEN a. HOU DAL MOTH PRO( FiNG General ontractwg :
1915 and aggressive, John would HAIR Sandy' *, Soup Pie ill Year GlLADIE'S ntee) and
THE STUART NEWSPho Standard II o, pljrpP.O.
make hi'presence In the race
Little IH Mites S of I& an STOCl INGS .
felt. HII')leallb would prove a sUrFa3E&VICR TA ow o 833
!t Federal Ii\Way l IFtJF MEN'S S( One Bloc Palm
f handicap and a strenuous campaign RALPH P.+ CHAND R 0.... at
would take a lot out of 900Merriman'f Beauty pIle p OA E D51. Ju-w Jensen Seal a .City Bri u The <

him. But tie Is. rugged and has L AKaoreAvr Ns asCA

WE RUYJunk, Tavern HOME ADEBy'Boz SUN YADJPLA Oj'ornerb
wrecked" ors, scrap EEB. WINES. Ass.S.altep Pound b n

!or Information copper I1J1 .... cic" Praliges Divinite t AND ALL SFFOODSVNASON
T+ Manic Creams VALUE TO one 5s" C Mlsuaan Applia a
Real l Estate M Insurance, !; SJSCAlJrp Opeat I a. BftWUI It f. **> Coco t Kisses r/Psay ; Roof R air g Kitchen, Ddrr,
Aaday Butt Crunch SUN SHjITI Open t .n. Till 6 p.m. Cabinets end 1 pmallappliances.
rt of..See rCtod Satyr/>ya 'Till 8 p. .;.m.WI Sit So. C redo ., Radios

JOHN E,1J.YJO.R0eee.I. ;: South Diana, JlJ;,)p y Tk PI J Wfc ore Mild at Heath'sSWEETS $5u.Mr1Tay bntterro CLOSB WEDNESDAY Phone >1_ *and* v. MARTIN COUNTY.
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Bldg..a.. pets writer- > Ei
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,,''"'r'' Phone J29 Ooeoela Av*. Stain Bldg.yl, St, W. G AIMOR. ?. P. 0. Pon SM Akron Ave. Phone U Stuart, :'" Phone II .-

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; SIGNIS P A-a P (The following narrative Lan PALM Cm CLUB-- the cItuch nextRemove at meeting 9 p m,wW is u
information circular .
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: V regularly by the North C. -
: out
worked .
Una State Museum dealing < ,
.' The Palm City Home Demonstration crooked, poorly *
'I t CHAS. BOX LL SUNSHINE 'STATE with Southeastern the natural United wildlife Stain.\ of) Club met at the home old mature growth formed for t h*

of Miss Viola Kreider Mondayfor profit and for the
-{ : E ,I RAINS BLD(1 PHONE 103MWE What that-;;;-my leg? H you a pot-luck picnic to. which remaining stand. goo of ,

b could but read the number on the husbands and families were
.. rf that aluminum band you'd invited. A pleasant time was
,J : JI --- know why your bird-bander enjoyed In spite of the "unusual" Fred A
: "iet+ afternoon shower that interrupted Staf
,1 rltatih friend was M excited this o
; when he caught me, the frankfurter roast
x ng morn-I
f i1"' BRANF RD'S SERVIC GARAGE just came In from Peru. Those present, besides the Rejut

r 4 I GULF PRODUCT I was here last year but migrating hostess, were Mr and Mrs. WU- 'vl
r la very hazardous what liam Burdlck, Mr. and Mrs. Mark ginner
\, FOR SALE f937 Graham Page boor Sedan with escaping from enemies, Baker, Mrs. Howls, Mr and Mrs And
,/ 934 Convertible Fo j Coupe finding food and combatting Paul DeVlllblss, Mr. and Mrs.,
J 941 Mercury 4 Doorfjedan storms which ,often delay and Sylvanus Crews and their children n Surveyor

t \ ; 937 Packard Cabno t blow Us out to lea. I' Norman, .Joyce and Frances, Stsa Florida
EXPERT When I arrived on the feeding Mr. and Mrs. Vern Van Ness,
1 MECHANICS OS DUTY shelf, the tit-mouse banded five i Mm Emma Carrol; Mr and Mrs! Pbos 504.3

I & Seven Days A We years ago was In the tarn |ar- O. B. Cadwell, Mrs. Clarence'

u( Local*! IY Mile S. of JenAn Bridge den. At dusk, Mrs. Wren flirted
j her tall, chirruped and disappeared I
Into the Identical old
---- clothespin bag which she slept "We Sell the Best" -t.I.!t"We Service t Rert"

-J- in last year How am I sure these Buy Your I 1
/, ,. SELL AND DELAYER Ti.'j;the cover ef the new direct-mall booklet photographs official Stale map and a list are the same birds? Just read
being put out by the Florida State Advertising; e* resorts selected by the commission As a re- their numbered bands. More Refrigerator Radio -- Appli icei

MARL, MUCK, ROCK. SAND AND I Coimntelaon lor eut-ef-State distribution. The suit of the national paper shortage, booklets than S.000.000 of us birds wear Where The GuaranteeIs

II'I SHELL booklet contains 107 pictures from full-color will not be distributed within Florida these bands you may even
I t find one on the let of a dead Backed ByBARTLE
N ANY QUANTITY bird iYinrintheroad.. It you
I C will send It to the Fish and
See NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES fffiws. Wildlife Service, Washington, D. '
JENSEN C., they will write you where he ICE

1 .F. Bra ord The County Agent's' ColumnBy By Charlotte Helller was Banded.banded." Signed 'Bill, the 317 Osceola Are. Phone Sfuart 201

',,1 I I Jensen Beach Fla L, M. Johnson cIOClOclOCIO:: : ::: :: : ::: Bird-banding started In 1740
Box 74 !Ji 4 ,
to refute the popular Idea that
At Jcnin Beach Gulf F|ling Station Miss Rita Tau "spent Thursday birds hibernated In ,mud. Red
Oood reports are being received those not paying dues. and Friday In Fort Pierce
t silk threads were put on the '
from the annual meeting The exhibit will be held In the guest of Miss Andrea Hutch- CLI1 TONE ;;
I legs of European swallows, and
of the Florida Dairy Industry patios and halls of the Hollywood, Inson. ,
surprisingly the following spring
I Association being held in Miami school and is open to nurseries, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Graham of the red thread showed no evidence THE ONLY 'AX OF ITS KIID.

Invite"Your Frifnds To Beach yesterday, today and tomorrow shippers and fertilizer bouses Philadelphia, Pa.. are announcing of mud. Could It be that MAKES ,YO CAR LOOK N ,
The program is plannedfor I who would reserve space with the arrival of a daughter, birds migrated? LASTS THR TIMES LON

the Information, Inspiration David Hughes, Hughes Feed Victoria Elizabeth, born on .July Audubon In 1805 suspected ASK THE CAR .OWN WHO HAS ytCUNTONE
recreation and enjoyment of Store, Miami. There is no fee for 2nd.: Mrs Graham Is the former birds returned to their nesting OB
Goddardfs Restaurant dairymen and women. Outstanding I exhibit accepted. Miscellaneous -
and any Lena Jones, daughter of Mr. and sites, so banding with silver! SPRAYED INTO EViWY CORNER CREVICE
national spokesmen will
subtropical fruit exhibit
i leaders of the dairy Industry, be in charge of Mr. and Mr*. 8. Mrs. Leith and Jones.Mt Mrs .Walter Gasser wire a nest of phoebes, he found OVER HALF HUNDRED JOBS I Irf STUART

Just South of Fratiier* Creek'jJridge on U. S. 1IT'S the university dairy department. W. Younghans of Miami Mango spent the Fourth of .July week the following spring nearly all
returned to the
same valley
State officials and officials of exhibits should consist of at Stuart Seiwice lionCLARK'S
I\1 OUR PLEASURED SER& YOU A MEAL OR end in Lakeland with their Time went on People beganto
other Florida 'agricultural or- least three fruits Label should '
,d( I daughter, Miss. Nancy, who Is be Interested In the great
canlzatlons are on the program. give growers name and address
A \NDWI I. attending College wildfowl migrations Have
l There Is also a "ladles special of fruit and known you
name Mrs A. E. Emerson was hostess -
ever had the thrill of seeing the
and entertainment"We
conference of tree. New exhibited
mangos to the members of the Week sky black with such a winged
await with Interest the report should include for consideration End Club at miNTI SHOP
TRY OUSALADS Seymours Inn throng, and have you heard the i
from this Important con- of the varelty committee\ at Tuesday' afternoon Two tables I
honking as they
erence. '_ least three fruit accompaniedby of bridge were played and high pass? Have you followed them OVER A&P STOF ON 4ismdle TREET
OR the grower't name and address score prizes were won by Mrs. wistfully wondering whither I ai type job
The 7th annual Florida Mango with of
complete history Arnold Taube and Mrs Seymour WeAUTOMOBI
they were going and from
Forum will be held .July 25 starting the tree and 1U production and
TENDER DEL CI JS STEAKS Gideon. Others playing were whence they had come? And PAIIfTINGCAR
i' auditor- '
at 10 A. M. in the\ successful propagation, If possible Mrs. R. 8. Robertson Miss Elisabeth .
turn of Hollywood Central School, have you seen them settle to LET US MAKE THE Ol LfDK LIKE NEW

a' corner of U: S. 1 and exhibits Monroe A meeting of all persons Interested Hertel, Mrs.Robertson C. H. ,Alderman Mrs: Adolph, and feed crack, only pf to guns hear, the the resounding whlrt of-I NO JOB TOO LA'R OR TfO SMALL

I 't St In Hollywood. The 10 In any way In the com- Mrs. Betty Alderman. thousands of wings trying to Estimates Submitted 1 ithou Obligation
will be on display from a. m
mercial production or market- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer DeWItt
and turn to
I until I p. m. Entries must be of meets at 4 dinner escape sadly see W. R. CIA )frofiflor
Ing mangos p. m. were guests of Mr and those left dead or wounded?
made by 8:30: a m. Immediately following adjournment Mrs. .Joe Kung Sunday.Mr. .
The U 8. Biological Survey in
FOR X ERT The program will be In charge of the afternoon, session and Mrs. Q W.Snipes have 1V20 decided the secrets of such
of M. U Mounts, president of ,
as their guest Mr. Snipes' sister valuable wildlife must be studied -
the Florida Mango Forum, and Of Interest to' farmers and Mrs Andrew Branford of Day- Volunteer bird-banders
\Z the; speakers will Include Dr. .1 ranchers of Martin County \U tona Beach. throughout the DRY CLONING
MachineCALL Work .}. Ochse, professor of applied the .June Issue of Hunting and Mr.. 'and Mrs. George DeWItt, From country their were research organized -

p tropical botany of the University Fishing which carried a short Mr. and Mrs William Barnett work we are beginning to learn
of Miami; L. H. Zlll; David description of the Martin County and Ed. Barnett spent the 4th of the vast movements of birds,
Sturrock; Dr. Wolfenbarger, farming and ranching industry In Arcadia attending the Rodeo. some traveling short distances Top-NotcF >rk
j :::1' STtMT subtropical experiment station, bulletin, further proof that this Mr and Mrs. Joe Kllng entertained some thousands of miles. We, I '
33 Dr, A. L. Stahl, research professor bulletin is causing people to at a farewell dinner now know much of the night At Fair es
In food technology, and Miss Focus their attention on Martin for[ Mr. and Mrs Harvey Wright lanes .
d Margaret .1. Mustard, assistant, County. before their departure for MichIgan stitutes they a good use wildfowl-- of what refuge.-con... Ask Our Hi eds ofSatisfied

'il ilj University of Miami. The annual The monthly commodity report Those In the party were what foods attract them and
/ Stuart Marine ServiceIncorp meeting of the forum wtn 1 startat of the Fort Pierce Farmers Mr and Mrs Chan winowlsckl, finally and Importantly, the needof Cu mere
2 p. m. and Is open to paid Market shows that farmers received Mr. and Mrs .Joe Wlnowleckl, Federal laws to protect their
members. Any person or firm 215749.40 for their crops Mrs. Clara Gideon, Steve Sabot, numbers and interna-
j ted may become a member by sub of green and lima beans, cucumbers Mr. and Mrs. Wright and Mr. tional laws too yes, for what value GEORGEMartin ITH
h scribing to the constitution and eggplant, okra black-eye, and or*, Kllng our protection If after
a flight
paying dues under a graduated crowder and English peas pep- Mr. and Mrs Lennard Hayes
r of thousands of miles
__ = plan starting with annual memo pers, pineapple, tomatoes. squash are spending a few weeks In met only by ruthless destruction they are I Counl Cleaners
dues of $2. There will bea
bership and watermelon for the Kansas
year City Mo. with relatives
.... .... I Lake Mattamuskeet and Pea I
registration fee of 50 cents for ending June 30. Anyone inter Mr. and Mrs. J. r Murdockare Island in North Carolina are Phone 190 P. O. Boa 901
:( ested In a detailed report for any vacationing in their home I

I From wherefl sit-4 Joe Marsh II kind of vegetable crop can get state of Texas splendid wildfowl refuges examples and of well Important wortha .-
that information at the officeof Bob Llndagren of Cleveland, visit I

\' ",, THEN THREW IT TO DOG the county agent.W. Ohio, was the guest of Joe Kling ,It you would like to rent an

iii. I i One lady recently stated that J. 'BUT Matheson, ownerof last W.week.B TUton left this week for excellent film on migration and Repair Materials

a r : l{ I Fis? Bite Woman! she used to throw her own dinnerto the Crane Creek Ranch In Gainesville to Join his wife who Border"bird-banding is "High Over the '

11\1 the dog most of the time. It Palm City, has his picture In the has been visiting their son-In- be' unsurpassed It Can /
\ .1 rented from the
\, ... made her sick just to look at July Issue of the Florida Cattle- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Extension B
: : : i" J' anything to eat She was swollen man Journal as he proudly views Frank Wacha. From Gainesville Department Carolina of the University of We are npw roc vingI

t Willie\ Hells\ wen coming hon Inythin'&ut trouble. Nobody who with gas, full of bloat, had headaches his recent purchase of the registered \ the Tlltons will go to Cloudland, North"BUI, and the Bird Bander" by i many harjMo-getttcms.

4 from s..d'a Creek the ot her f v. knew the Jicts would ever criticize felt worn out and, was Hereford bull "TropicalBullion" Oa. for a vacation at their cot- Edna H. Evans is a good classroom

,sing with. string of trout ..h.. I K .'s right to ft lining on J hl. badly constipated Finally she and calf and This cow purchase"Miss' Anxiety of regis- tage there. book for,learning about I

J' ; tern looking lady (visitor at t tl)] one day oA-any nor than thry'd got INNER-AID and says she tered stock was made from theF banding and migration. Another

:1 'Boxwood' Inn) stops: him. and It 1 deny hii I ttht" to com home to a now eats anything In sight and C. Peters Ranch of Fort Lauderdale tlons" might well be a companion 1s "A Guide to Bird Watching See us' for sveens, ccn doors,
: ;, dim a man hla alia could be brtl4 t mellow glai" of beer, digests It perfectly Bowels are Mr. Mathesen has these slogan by Hickey.

I I'' occupied than catching Dun Frorntw" re jolt, the slower w* regular and normal. She U enJoying cattle on Improved pasture on a window fr/mess fancf grilled

: I /' Millie tells her off real go\ are to !crita. .ze-and he quicker life once more and feels his place known as the old John Citrus growers of Martin scI'e i doors, etlMillWorHandled
I'' naturedly by saying\: "Peel.. v we are torognli anothtr sUstei like some other woman" since Taylor place. This Is the second County should mark their ralsnders STUART
you're right, but if these fish hi,I the %.ttrr wttl get along taking this New Compound. purchase of registered cattle for Aug. 25 to 30 and CI COMMISSRego
5' kept their mouths shut, tI|y together- Whether thow tastes INNER-AID contains 12 Oreat coming into Martin County, and plan to attend the Citrus Institute S

: f 'iwouldn be hcra" (At that, s,f a apply to becivor fiihing Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear further evidence of Martin at Camp McQuarrie at that Me gg
(Willie .t' County progress In the production time. More information about t All Times
i laughing out loud, : I. gas from \stomach, act on sluggish 81002nd
looked if (Ish had bit of good beef cattle. the program will be given in this
t Just as a hrf ) liver and kidneys Miserable dWE
1. (Ju column a* soon u it Is received.
t Blabbing m..,the sever u cc 'VIAUf(. people soon feel different al Dont forget National Farm ESDA

j J_ i.I i. over.*8o don t go on suffering! Safety Week July 20-26. It has Those Intersteed In poultry S M City Hall" $ CAS LUMB CO
r ., a rofj""hl,194lI.1 Smli1. Brewers iored.das Get INNER-AID Sold by all drugstores been pointed out that soma should plan to attend the 6th
I "; : ltl member of the farm family In Poultry Institute at Camp McQuarrle
-- I the United States is .
Injured in Sept. 1 to 6. More information Public Always Welcome PHONE 68
an accident every IS seconds -. regarding this Important
JUST RECEIVED Just about twice as long 1 1takes
f branch of Martin County -
SUPPLY OF ASBESTOS SHINGLES to read this sentence n:1 agricultural Industry will be ---- -,

old slogan that "accidents don't: given .from time to time.
Y Phone happen, they are caused," Is still You'Can Now BuyvfcNETI
I b true And it means that accidents In Florida 25,000 wildfires bum
; k can be reduced by tak- JM,000.000 board feet annually- LINDS
i =
3551 Ing proper precautions' "Don enough to build 40,000 five-room.
i take chances, take extra precau houses
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