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 17, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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System ID: UF00087096:00028
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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.SOON 1 !{ Engineers Survey -LAW- INCLUDESMARTIN Repaving of U.S. 1 From Fot1>i rce <

'GIVE'DATES' Channel at Inlet AREA IN :. Through This County to Start Monday 411/1111 I '' jr

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ELECTIONReferendtirna JUPITER _._ ,
INLET ?I ------ ------ -- ------ -- '
Jacksonville A detailed survey of the outer rock '

reef in St.
i e' : { Are te Cot. Willis E. Teale of the Corps of Engineers in Jacksonville Referendum On Senate SAILFISHERS I County -.Owned ,

( Icing Up On Stuart Measure Set For I, '

*lance The survey, started early in July, involves detailed March. 1948ASenateIntroduced i i EYE TOURNEY Park Evolves WITHIN N STUART It"'

probing end drive borings to determine the hardness of :

t f\Cia\ its .play that rock and approximate quantities of material to be removed law which' r

liy Xttorney M O. Littman Is betwen the' 10-ft. contours. Col. Teal said; the inner passed the last Legislature with, On Oceanfront TO BE OMITTED O

p ing .,notices for an elee- channel from the Intracoastat Waterway to the site of the out fanfare would enlarge Jupiter SEMI-FINALS J.
i be held In early fall toFlLthe Inlet District, adding lands
proposed dredging was also examined. 1 1c
M: l !In both Palm Beach and Martin Ten acres of county-owned Atlanta Firm Has $414,000 '
Preparation of plans and specifications covering removal
abolishment of theboard Counties. : Will Eastern Air Lines Jcniim ocean beach propertyare '' k,
Play Contract Finish Aim
of the rock reef to of 10 ft. well under ,
a depth are '
to In the of being cl:ar- '
turning over The which is be process
the measure in
and Team Hollywood
irk I ., is Nov. 1 ,it :
and will be finished in few ,
I |III duties. to the City Com I way a days decided by the qualified property a Tomorrow cd and converted Into a long- I q '.

ud on l Dredging contractors will be invited to bid on the holder of the areas Involved at I i needed public park It was reported Weather nermittinir, the' : ,, :

--The proposed Increase of work as soon as necessary funds are made available, Col. an. election In March I TOUKNIY KESULTJ this week by County repaying ofu. S. 1 from the i 11 ::1 '"

,mill>In city funds for publicity Teale. -said.Camp. --- --- .. _._ ._.._-_. -would take In a part of the 19.8'1' 8. J+ STUART IS. Hollrw flirt Ro. :'4 Hdr..rr I *. Road Superintendent A. A. Hen- south city limits of rort { ,tJ ; ,,11+,
Sound art'&. r ., i ik FAI': rirxrtrinn I. B_ a..". 1Pnmf.no I d./r.. Pierce to the southern
|. M.ml All H.'>r> r.F'ML 1 he park when finished will boundary of Martin County I ,p l
}jlrhe dissolution of the prey .iniiiiitiiiiiiiiin'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii' New lands according to the k ; : ,,"_..tI ... 11. C.,1'a .....rt I.
Chapel wording of the measure, would P/rrb' J1. .Prn-AnavMr., Alr ,' have the Jensen Bridge road as will begin Monday morning. I ;'
|1 j-rnan commission and city 'I WARNING, BOATMENI! 01'1.=, 4. 'i
form of government, to ; not be liable for the districtsexisting .Ton L .*>nl.lt...1..1 ....,........ Its north boundary, the ocean. it was announcI'd'thiK week 'I" ,
4n+gee Charier boatmen report bonded debt but the I Y'' iMuvported.fln.lt j' front road on the east, will extend by project enirinprr J{. jjKavanauRh .
r replaced by a 5-man commis- To Be Moved l westward halfway to the of the State Lionel
presence ef an Iron stake in Martin/ County area would be l QwtwIw.la. ,
all and elected mayor I the middle of the Inlet whichIs liable for one-third of the maintenance A .SAL ellwrlin.n r.. t.A4' Indian River and will extend Department ; ,
Iccordlng to the wording of six Inches at .nrerortNPrenwn. southward 1400 ft. Henry said Contractor for the 30-mll x
submerged repairs and operations we. u...nart+d. ,
IM legislative acts calling for a By WaterwaysThe half.tide. It Is easily capable cost of the Inlet now being I Wlnnsr H..I..". n.1 Installations In the park will strip Is the W. C. Sheppard Construction I I

lerendum on these, matters. of hotel In the bot f It.u.ot rn Rrn.Nulbirasd Include'benches, picnic/ tablesand Company of Atlanta l
knocking a opened. A 3-mlll/ tax limit <$30- Pi..... ,.. era.ss.Pln.1. I
elections "must be called and tom of a boat, th* boatmen nnn > v".ri would be set.. on the ... .. .t a barbeque pit. The enthe who submitted a low bid ot + ,
itld within 45 days of the acts 38 by 102 ft chapel at reported and Is believed to Martin -County-- area, without! -- +- Btr.M +.. uw..pori.d I. runrtrr I ana will be. sown In bitter blue $414.000. All of the road will be I I I

mnnlng law," but Rep. Marvin Camp Murphy given as a gift I CHARLES W. GILMORE wlnn.r Itonrrro.l: .n..1 and new trees planted .J of mile
have been left by a recent engineering bond liability I i r.we grave re-covered except a
.... .. ,
.rood ,
stated that the acts to the St. Josephs Catholic r .art" said. there
I powell survey party, Location There are at presest three* Gilmore 30, a member of the (Stlurtorl. I Ilcmlry vegetation. through Stuart starting Just
boot become law untU (0 days Church here will\ be transportedby .I..F is bring removed. The work ,
new and
Is about 41 yards northwesterly commissioners If the election Associated Press staff In Atlanta .. I east of the Lighthouse extending -
,l f. being signed by the Gov barge to the church East Is ewrcttd! to, be completed by southward to where 4th '
of the last black buo,. carries, two new commissioners Is one of 11. Journalists Renil-flnaU wlMflrni.. t I p. M i '
>nice or being filed which al- 4th St. property tomorrow or awarded NiemaR Fellowship <._.lv.4 !U.I ulrtll S..I UU: summer. -Intersects the highway .t"
loin a 105-day interval Saturday the Rtv Timothy J. i HiiimiiiiiiliiiiiimiliiiiiMiimiiiHiilliBOND I I 1 1 1 1 I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 to represent the Martin County i In addition to the park clcar- .
section will be named by the for a year of study at Harvard Plans for the work specify a J
When the election dates are Oeary announced early this Sixteen I members of the Stuart Ins Hrndry said the ocean front 'I,
Governor to serve until Jan. 1, University H* will study political I| minimum of,2 In of black/ rtIf tl
(Mod,, notices will be publlsh- week. The operation which SET Sallflshers baseball l team are parking area Is being enlarged
VOTE and relations. with
of all 5 economy labor asphalt topping as much ,
1951 when the terms \
rd /for four consecutive weeks in was contracted by the Leonard commissioners' would end. An Gilmore Is a graduate of scheduled to leave! here by'auto'' wl h a 100-ft. cut southward as 4 In. to be applied at some 1 I
of Miami will Include about 2:30: p. m. tomorrow
Itw Stuart News. Brothers from the present clearings on
the of North Carolina The road when flnUhcd
held In the points
election would be \0'1
the Intra- compete in the semi-finals
moving the chapel to both sides of the road. '
GOLDEN GATE and the I be 24 ft wide from Fort '
IN lormcrly was on wlU I
fall of 1950 to elect t new com- '
coastal the the National Baseball Congress 1 I '
wa- {I'
Waterway up for 4 terms, staff of the Charlotte (N.C.) I Fierce to the north county line, II}
mlsisoners year
and Into the 8t Lucie district tourney at Dowdy
sipnsciiT1ISTORY : terway
News. CHILD CLINIC IS 22 ft from there to the Light, 1
River and landing it near the In Hollywood tomorrow night
-- house point, and 24 ft starting
; I I
Pelican Hotel dock. The barge An election to determine The Stuart game i
VIEWED Idea was adopted when It was whether or not a specified area TO MIAMI ed at 1:15: but at ( this morning at the 4h intersection' south to a J, I II !
: the county line. Kavanau h, who
found too expensive to move It In Golden Gate shall be consti- no word had been received as to WELL ATTENDED I 'i' "
lived here from 1925 to 1932: and
up V 8 1 or State Road A1A tuted Into a special road and Mayor Phil Pence and Major what team would be the Sallflshers t'. ', '

because of adjoining power bridge district has been scheduled A. p Krueger of the Palm Beach opponent. The tourney,, I now Is a resident of Lakeland, ,

D. J. Hudson Speaks at wires at the residence of E. J King Aero Corp. here, joined ten Palm ALL STOCK IN which began July 9. has been br. has been here since June 1 and
I Dr J. D. Parker and Waiter said the projects! aim is comfplt
otary Meeting + : in Golden-cute on Aug. 25, It Beach county aviation enthusiasts hampered by consistent rains i
The chapel will front on East F Davey made physical examinations Ion not later: than Nov, 1.
Presents Boys was announced here this week. !In squadron of four planes and as a result two first round
4th St It will seat about 600 of 94 pre-school
However, Styppards Contract
which flew to Miami :Wednesday : set last week
Purpose of the balloting Is a STEEL BOAT CO. games originally
and Is considered the best buildIng i children yesterday. The all-day allows 150 working days Kava ,
A summary of the Boy Scout bond Issue for the territory to noon to attend a luncheon of Mere'not played \until Monday I 1
In the Father Geary the F-TA:
clinic, sponsored by
camp said
Proc''B In Martin County and the Greater Miami Airport Assoclatlon I Waugh
be \used to pave about 12 milesof night. However, It was expected
said It has Its own heating health committee and done '
tattoo of three Stuart Air Lines Sjipervlscd The work will be a lane'
PI'fIe at Eastern
streets there. the of the meet Would
east and west '
Who system and moat of the interior !Stuart Business Man Takes by Miss Flora Mae Stanley at time In half-mile stretches
Iboyi I a
attended the recent No north-south streets will be 36th St terminal Th visitors, speeded up so the finale could .1
lucent camp at Lake...Oftborne! fixtures are new he added, ..;vMl/thiu .Avttldlnr IntonetftkmBand ebnf erred with Cat*. \LIdl.!: Jtlk r4-* Over Boat Making be played1 no later than Sunday,I ?school nurse was conducted with traffic being routed one

Lantana I eonsUtnted, the Landscaping .and other jwieral ;; increased-evaluations enbacker at. the airport, Plant One thing has been assured as In the"TIW health headquaiiets' way The first step Is appltcatton I
noon Improvements In the offing"the ,, at the high school of the binder course to be '
at the
program weekly for lots which would be to Stuart foe tomorrow nlghtl:
said, and It la expected corner Carl L. Bess Stuart businessman :' ear. nose and throat de-<
I pastor Eyf followed by the surface course
meeting of at Chlsholm'sI
Rotary the
created, It was estimated H will be a team sponsored by d
I !yesterday to be ready for occupancy Issue would amount to. about NOSLASNSEENINWEIFARE'AID announced today that he the Eastern Air Lines In Miami I acct were pointed out to par- for a hard finish. the SRD supervisor '
D. h.* Nov. 1. has purchased from Eastern Interests ents who are caged to remedy explained, Despite Its ,J
S. Hudson who Is a member That firm has two teams In! the
of the county Scout board,,! In addition It Is expected next '' the entire stock of Steel meet, both of which won first every defect posslb to insure 24-ft. width In places, he aald '

rattled the sponsoring council month, to start building a new The petition presented the Boats Inc., boat building con- contests The Softball I bodily resistance to the sum- It will\ not be a three-lane road, ',

foundation rectory next to the church also County Commission two weeks cern recently launched here. round mer diseases of children. Height and should not be considered by JJI rr
10 years ago this fall team, taking a shot at hardball,, ,
and that Rotary sponsored this to be completed In late fall ago was signed by all the 17 Principals In the transfer were' topped Boca Raton while the I and weight charts were made the driving) public/ as a runway."

county first troop. He Urged freeholders and qualltled votersIn I Stephen Peabody, Henry S team,seeded No. I for the youngsters by clinic( assistants. The added width IS for greater y 4safety
C hardball
Viee regular
district, Con ,
the proposed I
that sincere and STUART TEACHER District; airman In Trone and Donald S. Warman.I'I'I Chest examinations he said Lark of should
encouragement CERTIFICATE sequently the vote Is expected to On State I 1, drubbed the Carls Market I Included In_ the checkupfor '111'
rapport be given this educatlon- GETS be unanimous. King was ap- Assurances I TransacUorl pH was" not made team of Mlantl As a result of! which er necessitates the! 22-ft width y'r'i? \
Assistance possible symptoms
) north of Stuart he
al movement and cited a number ( State public, wins, the two EAL teams I
Tallahassee (ENSI-The pointed election board clerk and I II their warrant further diagnosis I + '
of the ,
if Scouting experiences In of Education Issued Bess was represented by Attorney -, met last night In the quarterfinals may Prior to the start pavIng It y
Department Inspectors will be C O ScottMrs H. B Kraft;; vice-chairman of I I I and all abnormalities noted for under '
work, a It-man cr:w
Yarns County that failed for 295 teaching certificates duringthe David Marshall while T.I and Stuart wUl mee the I I
and Laura
Grant the District 10 Welfare Board, observation.
l ot E W. Haxkins
i lack of leadership and financial month of June, according to i I T, Oughterson and L. M. Francis winner tomorrow I the supervision '
Blake. today assured recipients I of old- ] Miss Stanley said "We are certainly has been busy since July 1 setting
help He recalled that the first figures released by Colin English were attorneys for the boat firm Should the Sallflshers keep I 1 'I

quota{ for this county was $75 State Superintendent of BEYERS TO MOVE age assistance aid to the blind I Executive employees who will their perfect record away from ,, gratified and over their the spirit responatof of up a .OOO-Ib. electrical ,
and aid to dependent children I parents asphalt plant two blocks south
and proudly announced that Public Instruction. Intact they will return to
HERE be retained at the plant arc home
child health ; '
will be madeIn cooperation our halt mile {
reduction about
that no of a point a cast I
thy that the department \
(rears budget, now'' $1.000;: English said FROM ALABAMA John P. O'Connor, Joseph E. 0* Hollywood for the finals at 3
1$ monthly assistance payment i i program And special gratitude of U S 1 on the Port Scwall cutoff I
bai been fulfilled making the Issued 192 gradual; Saturday a Harrington m. Sunday<< Manager John N. '
Charles Beyers left last of Connor and Philip p to the physicians who volunteered '
and 91 temporary because of the 'recent action I goes road, This Is a completely 1
county the 'second undergraduate his
In the area \ he Mann was noncommittal on
Ala. where
Salina, .
for also to
time '
Out-of-State toa- the State Budget Commission In ;t their hew plant capable of turning out
to have done so However\ reported certificates Is choice for tomorrow .
has a skating rink to Bell stated that the firm pitching
purchased made
the volunteers who pos i
for 92of the all departments of I a 4000-Ib. batch of asphalt
wltlrelrtt\ that too often chen accounted Intersection requiring two electrically night but It was expected to be I
at the
be now completing I
placed on a
sible our processing so many and IS seconds It "
13 going Government to set a minute
certificates, State up every
the movement and Its aims teaching of U S. I and the In- welded steel houseboats startedby Bit Bebee seeking his seventh : r i,1,
are hurt by lack of Interest on to Georgia 10-per cent reserve of State appropriations I after decision this for the Sallflshers children Ip one day. i Is expected to be In running order 'i
dlantown road. The outtlt includes the old concern and that year P-TA health '
: In Tor- I Mrs Ivan Taylor. Saturday A representative '
the 203 by
the Among persons In their annual I
part of Dennis
the parents of Inter- other Jesse Arnold and
tent to cover a these are completed Mrs
receiving, certificates/ was a canvas cvhairrmin. was assisted by of the Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Ida "
llled children. hardwood budgets, for the will be announced Hambleton will be held In reserve .1' f
constructed +
plans plant
Bill ""
Th, Mrs. Eva Hayu Clements of specially Louise Harrell, Mrs./j Berry plant where it was built has been
Kenneth three boys present were Stuart who received a graduate floor, electrical muslo players Th budget commission, Kraft 'I Mrs Herman RelU' Jr, Mrs here assisting. Its assembly t !i I I

Fulton and Beach and certificate and wood-roller skate to supplythe said he had been Informed, held rChamber------------ --- Warren Merrltt, Mrs W. W. Most of the 14 men In this '

lUchard: $rooks. ring capacity of patrons. He the reserve necessary as a safeguard DIRECTOR APPOINTED I Mcggctt Jr: and Mr). Durant crew are local residents, Hask- ,I' ?' ,j li I

SET' SUGAR OFFICES CLOSED will move the entire equipment' against possible deficits. Makes Appointment of Dr T. Paul I Fulton. Ins said, and alt of the 18 men to << ;4
PLANE MEET stated when the action of the Haney as director of the State
truck and Discussing
here by
'Atlanta IT Tuesday the work c
July be added when paving '
FOR LABOR DAY I I marked the closing of all State j he left that If all goes hate as scheduled State Welfare Board In revising Tourist SurveyThat Board maternal of and Healths child health bureau and of I I NRA 2nd MATCHES Marine PLANNEDThe Corps Dlvl.I .- starts will! be recruited locally, ,'' 'f'', I.
to the new directed, Kraft
U. 8 Department expects !Its budget as
of the The aRC through
offices stated
branch he t
Joe Bowie, President ot Stuart mental hygiene was announced I ion will conduct' the 1947 Nat ?
recreation venture In operation said the District Welfare Board !
Sugar ] : In r
Model Plane Club sponsored by I of Agriculture end. Florida draws Its tourists this week by Dr Wilson'T. Sow I' lonal! Rifle Association rifle andpistol Kavanaugh acts only supervising I I

Harold Johns Post, American Lewi Rationing Administration this.._ week.. had been advised by Inland State Wel-W. from the entire nation but should der State health officer He began i matches at Camp Perry, and advising capacities, It '' '.j'I.j I ,','

announced that a'' U-Con- fare Commissioner place more emphasis on advertising his duties July 7I {Ohio, Aug 4-15 was explained ) f ;\ I'I'A >
"ol Hearing Hiatt that the assistance program ------------- ----_ Federal Inspector and assistant > f-
(Inset would :be held Sept. I I County Board to Hold !In certain regions shown I; I
to Stuart will continue to be carriedat of SRD division engineer/ JII'l '
by a sample Hi-year survey I '
levels and that new New 72-Mile SuperHighwayTo Stephen Mtddlrton visited her /
TIlt contest will consist of the present hotel registrants which has been '
"Mowing events with plan. mown r.On( 1947-48 Budget Wednesday: cases will continue to be added, conducted by the research and yesterday for a last-mlnuts/ r I'; ;

M lat prises: iPlrst event, r. ; Hlatt had stated; however he -industrial dlYl8lon. of the Florida check before Monday work f'. ,.; j

81un\\ flying open to all classes t ;;' Commissioner I said,. that because of limitation State Chamber of Commerce Stop at Olympia Overpass gets \under way ;1S a f.\

: second event scale and The Board County JUPITER INLET 'of funds It would not be possible with, the cooperation of hotels ;

"Xing open to all class planes: w1U hold a public meetIng BEING DREDGED 1 to Immediately Increase maxi- throughout the State I( ft' : thana fflEWATlER \ .
94748 i t to the l ong- ported selected after more ;
consideration of its The exec roe v.
third' event Class "A" for I --- mum payments to the aged "Evidence shows that the :
speed: court house at of needed super-highway to alleviate year l study as "best calculated .
fourth event Class '"B" speed, budget at the i The three to four-week job blind from the present $4} a scope of the territory from which to the motoring public, \\." r'

and !flftrr\ event>E class C". I p. m. next Wednesday It was l dredging Jupiter Inlet 1. underway ''month to $&0 a month, as authorized visitors come to Florida \has the disparaging congestionon serve .... ... ml M*Y n. frrorArd of ", (
rlghtofway -
announced at the board's meetIng V. 8 1 was announced this have the least expensive John N.. ...... V S ..-..., oacervrr '
Members of the club are asking I having begun last Saturday by the Legislature, The broadened In recent years '' i
the least property Kli
week by a spokesman of the Division cause tttr kill, Slurt, II
]"wrchante: to thtlr Tuesday. I' channel State board also found It necessary Formerly the iNorthefcst furnished soundest T............. R..IJwfr, I'" "n
sponsor the Inlet and the
A. request for a half-mill Increase Plans for Engineer office of the damage provide M.wrwuMMtwwn, ; j. J
wanes In the ft. to restrict payments to the vast majority of the tourists i
] contest and mer.than bringing the total to 1V4 specify' a depth of I and a State Road Department In Fort roadbed .I' II wa 71Jlrr
U names will/ be on Intacoastal children to maxi Today, the Central States being' II nr 71Jrlr
printed mills tot lights In the Jensen width of 100 It. from the dependent Lauderdale:' Rlghts-of-way now are II 'f isJuh
Wawa: that they sponsor, Any Beach. district was made of,the Waterway to the Atlantic mum of $M for the first child carry an Increasing weight"Thirtyfour To be known as U 8. 28, the sought in the four counties Involved II t. U, f fJrlr

merchant who desires to span commission by Harry Hoke of Ocean. It Is estimated about under 18. or under 18 if attend per cent of Florida new road will be 72 miles long and many already have Juts' .4 II .IT. n"

bt .I plane can contact: Joe the Jensen Beach Businessmen! 200,000 cublo yards of fill w1U ing school regularly, and $15 s tourists com from the extending from Northwest 36th been secured However It Is understood Jrlr N7uh rr t

of pl t or Jim Wood treasurer Association. It was brought out be moved before the Job la com- to other children In the family Middle Atlantic States 29 per St in Miami northward Into eventually this superhighway 10'..INCHEI'MINtALL .elfJule
:< South 'not la-
nib, and they will assist. cent from the will extend all the way ..tohtr
that on the districts: present pleted. group. Martin County. It will run llfr
Anyone desiring Instruction Inwo The''Arundel Corporation assubcontractor additional funds eluding Florida), 24 per cent behind up the east coast but as yet the Ina des.
> $984,7W evaluation the Increase The appropriated 1 of V 8 1 and come up 10'', f... .nhi
'*' plane from the Central States, per
construction can at- would raise an additional $492- for the Murphy by U.t7-egllatur the Camp Murphy sit* and Into County Commission said Tuesday tatA .ar
One club meetings at the Civic Is supplying the dRdge.Tha : I cent from New England, S per It had received no commitment -
the estimated need.A Brother WaLt had Martin County to the OlympIa
ls ,
38 which tor welfare purposes :
eIaIaej"Mr on Monday ,night ,and resolution from the Jensen Inlet has been stopped up' explained. wilt be.used by the cent cent from from the West nations and 4 and pee overpass to rejoin U 8. I, It was from the 6RD on what : : 'TIfiESU"Mle' 1
will be organised. An ad- association asking a ban on using with sand for tour yean and State Welfare Board to help understood tier; Although: noconfirmation rlghts-of-way it might want .THE

Jltlonal>11 contest In glider nights fills in the construction: of this work will Increase drainage the program through the' oat'shore possessions' was available, it is through this county. It ls .felt
'arran'JlJXI added. If class attendance any bridge in the county was rejected In the area and make possible year carry ahead due to continued SALE NETS $271 I believed therefor* that thetUrelch'a certain/ that the road will go / .d .M..w ... lite .... Ird.MM ...
Improved sanitation It also J* 8 miles through Stuart and not by-pass __ '
on the grounds that such northermost ... ... .ndl.r Juh 14.
and the large of
will 'be expected to spur pleasur boatIng high living cost A sale of three piece property will\ be this It through the center of !the rN Tlww h. _.11'. Pr/M/ ooId t ,,_ .
In county
r type of construction .... ......
al.'ua t i number of applications, some of to settle a claim against the 10 ... 'of a1rY a t aswlwaw
i SETA unavoidable on the proposed and'fishing at Jupiter I which haul been' pending for estate of Robert R. and ROM 'Th road will be built along a county; roe .... .nNMd. aeKh as,

sclentUU; r-urvrof Bi- last 4th Bt span to the beach SERMON. GIVEN months, h* concluded.MAItaUCI Ellen Roebuck netted $271 at th* rlght- t-wq MO ft wide/ at all There was no prediction on W.II, rll.a.u. n. w. :4 Y.W.-P.Y,
>bill Atoll will b-nsad this The afternoon session was TOPIC afternoon. but a fw point, and will have J.Iru ,. te.J.M1a .
; I Charles A. Carri! will court nous* Monday [ nowsoon the 12-nIIa strip erl se! fa1 .
wunw to determine the (ong- opened with the board sitting' Dr. School of Satan"; APPLICATION Mrs Fred Walton was unopposed tout 19-Lt traffic lane split by would be completed.. but the Jdr: r. ... m as sod ,ass "
later equalization board Th: speak on "Th .... center It will .. .last :rt dwa dA'
effect an .n. parkway.
of the atom bomb as In her bids. The sal was held
at the U a. m. service of the rr.uk St. Chin W F l Iar.ra ERA Is expected "to try \to get,. i:: it :.tldt I i ae ddT' {des
request was
+ readjustment : : The '
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f I rAGE TWO T&! STCA2T NEWS, STCART, Martin County, FLORIDA, THCKSDAT! JUly 17, 1841

I : JI( [ : '; SOCIAL r NEWS and Happenings othe R WEEK IN STUA fiT/ News Home MRS.It.ea Telephone ortlD.MARY l r tkY ketor 3d-p HARTMAN f 1 noon t sisnt n ,Wednedq reneb Socie Otflce the! editor Phoary '

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.'It, t Mrs> F. R. norton and granddaughter Ing for two weeks A former T-A CONCERT ClUB DIRECTORS NAMED I
i\. ; I Jacqueline Coleman, Stuart boy White went to Artlona ANNOUNCES PROGRAMFOR BY JAYCEE-STTE5 II I
o t allriMltd. a family gathering at for his health 20 years ago TUESDAY NIGHTThe I
: ,i '! 1 JII\MMI Beach Sunday where her and to now auditor and asslstr The board of directors of the I
1 noire. Mrs. S. K. Rowe, and ant treasurer .at. .tb Q Central Syr Teen-Age Concert Club recently-organized Jaycce-Ettes HOMES FOR
:. I y: daughters are spending their Arizona Light and power Cum hu announced the program to were elected at a meeting of the SALE
Vacation Other ,relative prc- pany. The whitci first grand be presented at 1 p. m. Tuesdayat organization at the Civic Center
n" : II" I i. nl wire Mr, and Mrs KPlaltx child, a girl was born June 20 night Named Rose
the were
;, 1 ; : : :the Civic Center- July Monday
and children Mr Mrs to their daughter Mary Jo, who Peterson, Alice ,
presentation postponed from Cmrko; Peggy
,d N. O Plaits Mr and III Mrs. Rex Rhoadea, Mrs Raadei I
Mrs. Allen
<< New furnished five room end
Monday of this week: The Ann Mathers, Jo and Phyllis one tot in
Uo'bb) Mild Mrn A V W Hugg, l Is well-known among the younger ce"e, ,
l ) j monthly concerts of classical Constance Estelle Kanarek: and
ill of tun; puree, and Miss >ct here for her many vlsiu at ,4Y 01 tows Eof.$6,5OdOO. Ten aa. f
Auerbach. President
lemt-classlcal Florence
f.! rramps! { Rowe and 'aimers of the home of her grandparentsMrs and programs are
j' given without charge as a contribution FloreUa Bartlett will be chair'
1 (;
CIty .
t- to the cultural Ute of man of the board I Cottage on Went Fourth $t.,' WiU' frontage {
R, T Darrow of the on
:: r sees
i Jlal"M ;; the communl'y The group's constitution andbylaws
'r" l4i rn. ,irsh In spending France Apt.l'xlI't'-) leave soon : Include furniture for 5OOO.(00.EDWARD '.
t twRrel I f j': CtVmls artti! slght.\fpIO! two mat'rled, daughter. She will a piano duet, "Military reading And future project possibilities
r oj visit I drat )In New Orl ana and March," SchUtxrt, by Emily Mor- I were discussed The
< 0 Mr. and Mm L. M Johnson then BO to Bethlehem, Pa, returning rison and Mary Melle Burgess; governing rules will be accepted
tl. "S ,t'1 and dauphtr Jill amiwin/ home til the late sum- whistling solo, "Indian Love formally at the next meeting .
t :: ;' I'f' ; Brtbuy"f, kft, by autnmiilMlo last PIer. Song Frlml. Ernie Rlcou;;trombone July 28SCOTTENS. r
.- ',\\I' 'l'hl1)day),) for -----------
2 a iwo-wwk Vacation --a- solo. "My Regards. .Edwards
: k,. ., s They will vlsl relatives and Mrs Eileen Ll-amer SWarenwtt Wayne Wells; vocal solo, BUY
.1, Israels )hI Florida. and Georgia and little daughter of Jacksonville \ } "All The Things You Are", Jer ,JVILBAR'S STOREMr MAP ?
f" i t and<< 11f'l1t1111m./ time In tile were weekend visitors/ of ome Kern, Anne Plttman; vocal
I H'lllll( Carolina" nionliUliw bejure ben unrle and aunt Dr and duet, "Whispering Hope" Allo" and Mrs P ). 8cot..n'. '
5 .i .. .returning July. 29 Mrs H L. dnydu( I at t the MaJ atlc Hawthorne by Sara Roberts and of West Palm Beach have purchased REALTOR
c AP\lfLnwn.a.\ Anne Pittman; cornet solo "Clrt- the Wllbar store at Sal-
t :r' "', Mini Ida Albr.ii lit left bv train .- ,_ blrlbee". A PesUlorza, Marcia erno and have been operating P. O, Arcade Phone 19'P.. 0. Bo iu
1 iI ti !lunduy for Cleveland where sheMil Mrs. Carl R Wlllard of Ml McPherson: piano solo, Scherxo It since July 1. They previously ,
; Visit/ her broth r and wifeMr Airy N C Will 1 spend h r vnca have been engaged
In B Flat Minor", Chopin, June
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mid Mm Com art AlurnrlilMr tlon 1 In Bumrt the last at, IhlK
: business In
N In other lines of
Malousek vocal solo, 'Gypsy
her Mr
\ month visiting i parent
West Palm Beach. They plan
Love Song", Victor Herbert, Sara i
t ftnd Mr*, JUG Rubin have Mxm of I
and Mrs L C. Styp-
to store
o l' Wl'ltpn; f/'O 1 Montreal, N. <;. that mann Blvd Thin will be he Roberts; trombone solo, "With dkeJ :. open unlit I
II'' ell hey ore enjoying cool days" |ht first trip home Inci h."i marriage a Song In My Heart" Richard i .evenings New kind of \Va-tit '
11:00 Mrs. J P Wllbir has
!. :,1' ,Ii*:', ;111e noUDtalOK" : and "won'I, he :in last year Roberts, Wayne Wells been: p operating m the store for 22
1 '\ I'i' ; a linrry: to return! home until : I Piano duet,' '"The Spanish I years and says she Is going to dries the dishes, too !
+w< iitiwift" r wnttitr' H owre r-TA totNTv roivii Dance", Moszkowakl, Emily Morrison take It easy from now on.
I t" \" :' MJE1S: MONDAY AT SM.FRSO and Mary' Melle Burgess;\ ----
; Mile, Whit I'tt'todaY mrMtiimt vocal solo "I've Got You Und r LEGION IN DRIVE
; :.. : J> ipend{ Iwo days wilts I The Martin County annul Engagement' of Miss Chee Chee Rlcou My Skin", Cole Porter, Anne
: ,I +, hto Wit 2's sister before taking a of the Parent.Teal'h..t Asoseia- I Plttman; vocal solo, "The Maids TO FURNISH HOME
P If 4' rttwni plane to his home InFhHinix tiun will meet Monday atf\: To John M Gunsolas/ Announced of Cadiz", Leo Bellbes, Sara Roberts -
ArIa H< ha "tarn VIHIt-I'' noun at the Salerno church : ; piano Solo, prelude by Harold Johns Post of the'
in!K hi mother, Mrs. Fred hostess unit Hill, American Legion held its
where! the Chopin, June Matousek: and a I
\\1 1 I ror. ,md fL I.rr., Mil, lira Rush' serve luncheon for a nuniinal I I' Mi. and Mrs. Earl J. Rlcou i i tlon on the Jackson Memorial dramatic dialogue by Joan : lar meeting at the Civic relu-I :
price This is the summer' I have, < announced the engagement staff where she worked until acceptlng Combs and Patsy Sullivan, last Friday night A bond 5? C
II ud approaching marriage of position with Miami was started to Improve and
quarterly session uf the council, a a I
\ Resideq of unit presidents l. llvir daughter Chee Chee to surgeon She Is now spending GUILD WILL MEET the new Legion Home The I :::::::--;
IIII 'III II: reports John M. Jr of the I
IIII YIIII ll and the Qunsolus son summer with her parents at building has been placed on the : ;
1 delegates -
will include a talk program by ,tin late Mr and Mrs. J. M. Oun- their. Eldorado Heights. home. A special meeting of the fine I lot and the foundation made, It I !
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>lus of St. Paul Minn The Mr. Ounsolua is a graduate or Arts Guild will be held at the Is planned that next meeting of I "
TODAY ONt system to :be 1 inaugurated, at I marriage will take place at St. the the McGregor.iMlnn.) High court house at 8 p. m. 'tomorrow Legion will be held In the ,new I
t f 1 I Irut the September opening Also i Mary Episcopal Church In School. He attended UM Louisiana I Dishes
home. tlry} See the
TIIURS. JUlY 17TH a report by Mrs Marie Mc- : Stuart SI'pt. 7. State University for two It war announced this week to a ipirkle new Per nnuiil
,, I, J Cullounh on the State P-TA I I i Miss" Ritou is a native of Stuart years and then went to the University by President H. R "Bill" Ste-! MODEL PLANE CONTEST I II without toweling when. Aotomaliclloaiearteetu, | ..
Principal I Erwin: Johnwlik on fens. Order of business will Include ,di foner lod Jw, to .
"CFNTLEMAN and completed her secondary of Minnesota where he waited ,,and rinsed. in y sea
the new school registration I I hnollng here In 1943 when shewa.s received his degree In science two reading and adoption of I July;
lilt" l I JOE PALOOKA" Institute at Honda State I nlveristy graduated from the Martin years later. He Joined the Navy; the groups by-laws, stipulations I event Detroit In model' aviation The biggest,I Permutit softened water, p E R M U TI I T' I
which she attended I School She then and plans for membership and history Soft water' nude make"
\ I' County High\ and served as a pharmacist firs lauDoc <...ri.r"NJ'.r,
with LEON ERROL the 1st International Model I
for i
\ last month. I entered the Jackson Memorial class at the Jacksonville Naval suggestions presentation of I II dry sparkling while without info .
Plane Contest to be held here I
ALSO Srhool I II'e:: Nursing at Miamiwhere Hospital for two years. having a play this fall., I Aug 13-IS, moved nearer for theworlds ruinous ruLbinn. Bit6 and
f, QUIZCONlisT HELD I: was graduated In been discharged In June of las: II SOFT WATER
'I BY KIWANIS CLUB May, 1940. She accepted a post- : yearS PRlVILEDGt EXTENDED: : 3000000, model plane liampoos, are delightful __ .... ti.I r",at
1 I enthusiasts today, Announce
f"f -- i Because the records show that ment was made by R. C,Bomervllle '
h A quit contest with four Klwanls PRESBYTERIANS I COUNTY OFFICIALS I there: are still several million general sales manager of East Coast Water Conditioning Co.
/ I Club members selected I by I TO ATTEND PARLtTCommissioner former' servicemen who for one Plymouth Motor ,Corporation
.. program chairman Henry Kind i reason or another, had to let sponsors of the contest, that ) 530 South 4th St. Fort Pierce, f\iu\
,; 'J red to serve as a board of .!xperts / Members of h; PresbyterianSunday I O W. Snipes of I their national service life Insurance application blanks are now available Tel. Ft. Pierce 884 532-W
8ULlDa' to answer the qUI'8t1'I1sl) Jensen Beach and Mrs L. C. lapse and have been unable from Contest Headquarters, or
I \ DHU 'G'ic comprised the program at the school and church will Mooney, county welfare worker, to reinstate' It, the liberal Box 658, DetroitTlw ,
: I I / club weekly noon. imiting at I I hold a picnic at Jensen! DeacrtWedn..lKluy. I will leave Sunday to attend the reinstatement privileges now In t 'r-:
effect have been extended to pine Is- the most important
Am1r/o'VD the Woman Club Friday July 23. meeting at two-day course on the preven- SUBSCRIBE tti Ttit STUART NEW
1 I [ The board* Includ,, Oeorgn' the Presbyterian'' chapel) at 3:' tion of delinquency and treatment Jan. J, 1948. conmuvciul_ : tree in FlorKlj, ... _, ti
: Of' .... ,Park C F Ireland the Rev ,i'clock In the at ternoon, where ; of delinquents sponsored .- L .
I 111 '.......... .. 'Timothy J. Geary and E. A those having cars will help provide by the Extension. Department ot; .
I :l 'Mennlnger Jr Ireland won th trans-portatlon to the beach.I I the University of Florida. the l lY
II. i prize for giving the most correct Drinks and Ice crtam will be course which opens Monday wil Y
answers 1 urnlshed I be held .
\4 '. 1 I Fri & Sat. July 18 & 19 .". at Gainesville ,-


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j HIT NO 2 J JL N Moat folk do So come in and aee us quk, 1y, "

\ I CENt AUTRYIN Let's talk it over, and get the details done! rv { Values I
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''It t J i "SIOUX CITY SUE" { day wonder does-how it vashes, rinses, damp- ": ;t '$10.98 to $22.95

I' I dries, cleans itself and shuts Itself off-all without .
;: + Sun. & Mon, July 20 & 21 I ,
t lifting anger Then it'. ,,
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Because if you want your BENDIX qu1ckly-
and chances are you will-we'll both be pleased ,

f GAIL RUSSELL In { if you are one of our '!. I -. $5.OOtnd, ; $7.00

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: 11r t J mptiM 10.11, and huU off-lU tulalutlnllyl : 40 Him a nlmitt, yd M I BATHING SUITS '
::1. Tli B.odll takes only : ( nfly thai nn An. fabric i ed . large .sizes '$4.OO'
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HOMES DESIGNED mimmiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimii Indian River not long ago'In his get over I It-that Florida could IIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIII/ / / / (1,000 FOR LEGION HOSPITAL GIVEN '13 i

rt.AN1 ALrtiATWNSADDITIONS NEWS OF yacht Doric headed lor Miami be anything but baking hot In BUILDING RAISEDOne UNITS OF PLASMA '

.,DRAFTING where they anchored in Biscayne summer! -- I
HARRY CLANCOFFAT Indian River Drive Bay 'at loot of Bayfront thousand dollar In bond Twelve unit of blood plum r

,{ Park preparatory to 'a trip to Melle Andree Yuaao from Niece sale restricted to poet member were delivered to Martin County t f.. ,
rUOATC A cow tin I "
By VIVA CLARK Cat Cay It stated ; I II In By Charlotte TlelUer ship for improvement for the Hospital Monday by the Martin }
' Olds. .HIM Snort eftFrettA.Stafford j was they on: the French Riviera i
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stopped for some fishing Stu- 111111111111111111111111111111111Mr. I .I I. M..111111111I1 <
111I11111111I1111I11I U 11111 11I11I11I111111I111' Eden a* the house truest of Dr. "' post recently-secured new! County chapter of the Red Crow /

: "! ..1'J' J WALTON-EDEN art water and had good luck, and Mrs Roget Hubbard. and Mrs, L D. MrElfresh Tllton parents. headquarters on East 5th St. was The plasma will be administered I Ito 1

BUSINESS, MEETING CLUB Leeds In of the Leeds family of I and sons, Jerry and Jack have Mr and Mr. Lyle Miller) and made at the meeting of Harold anyone without charge it '
New York City which has derived Joe Slckler, -medlcal student John Post <2, American Legion, '. ,,
Assembly of Walton-Eden considerable wealth from, 'la' Lehelgh pre, and for his returned from a two-week visit son, Harold, and Mr. Miller's at. the Civic Center Friday night.. was announced,, This supply Ie''t t

;; Property Owners Club members a tin plate Industry His mother I prowess tn athletics known as with relatives; in Cleveland mother, Mrs Myrtle Hutehlns, ,The meeting was devoted expected W last the hospital for | : "
combined business with pleas- married Into the Greek royal "The pride of Lehelgh" Is the Prof. A. L. Newfield left Man departed last week for Hlllsdale largely to discussion of plan for several month. < .
ure at their held family, day for New York City where the structure The plasma was collected by i oj ,
j :Registered meeting Friday guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Fninn Mich, for the summer secured from
night with Dr. E. L. Dennison at their home In Ankona. he will visit relative a W, Keith left last week for Witham Field and In the meantime the Red Cross during World War I 1 '

,Civil Engineer; presiding AMENDE-FORGT : While vacationing he Is helping George Arthur Satger, who his home In West Branch, Mich, Commander Harris R. Lowery II for use by the armed forces. t' L r ,
The club \h as had a worry MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED In the William J, Sullivan real aunt has been visiting his uncle and for the summer Jr., reported wiring and It has been declared surplus and ii"p1'i "
And with an Improper lighting system Mrs. J. Edmonds Porgy of, estate office Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Mrs. Ann Breznak and daughter work on the foundation Is progressing suitable for civilian use and I II j ,
Gideon, and left
family I.
After discussion Dr. Dennison Bewail Point and Four Barbara of Orlando have dally. being distributed throughout the ,,4 ,
Land" IIWI for Tallahassee he 'j
Surveyor suggested that the build- Farm, Ooshep, Conn announcing j Mr. and Mr*. Edward Monte- will visit his mother, Mrs where, Marie taken a cottage at Pltchford for nation by State Board of Health 1 '
!!Stuart, Florida ing being county-owned It was the, marlage of her: kew and sons, Edward and at, Saeger a 'one-week vacation. who In turn delegate the distribution 1 ,
up to It to provide sufficient and daughter. Emmallne Robertson, Baldwin, L. I., and Miss Marie Mr. and Mrs. J. D Palmer and Mrs. Seymour Gideon was has been a 'patient for many to local health unlU In ;
Phone ZM-J adequate light County Commissioner to Army Lt. Kurt Frank Amende OrayHempstead, L. I., have returned daughter, Elizabeth, and son hostess to her bridge; club at her weeks, I I. reported in satisfac- the absence of a county unit, the I' Ii ,

Lane Jennings cooperated June 8 at their Northern home to their .homes, after a Grant, of Hartford, Ala., spent home Tuesday afternoon Two tory condition after a leg ampu- Red Cross chapter here serves ;
with this suggestionand Mrs. Amends Is the niece of, two-week visit with Mrs T. Ryn last week as guests of Mr. and I tables were In play and high tation by Dr. Netto yesterday as the distributing agent m( : J 1 t
decision the late Mrs. Ambrose scores were made by Mrs Adolph j: ,
made that BeaVin, ,
a corrective Mrs W A Palmer Sewalls
ski and family In Eden. of Hertel and Miss Elizabeth Robertson ::1JJ1 ; : 1'1'1' ,
system be put In Immediately formerly Mrs. Kearney RoerLILt. Point. At the close of the games il,; 1; '
Amende 1s selling surpluswar After vacation the beachat Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gamble,
a on pie a la mode and coffee was / !
Club by-lawa and constitutionwere materials for the State De- Bradenton, Miss Katherine Vcrna and Lewis Gamble returned served. Others playing; were Mrs For Fine China Dinner Sets.'i J;

read ,and approved E. R. partment and left June 17 for, Ensey: and Donald Ensey have Sunday from Mounds, 111, C. H. Alderman, Mrs, Betty :.; \ 1

AdS QAQSwesraicts Escott, was appointed on the Germany ''where Mrs Amende returned ,to Walton bringing a where they visited relatives.Mr. Alderman, Mrs. A. E. Emerson, NOVELTIES & GIFTS) HULL POTTERY 1' '.
board of director replacing will join him next month. house guest, Miss Hallle Curry: and Mrs. William T. Gallt Mrs. R. S. Robertson and Miss i "
Bell Edaaon resigned. While I nthls area. Lt Amendeswas Miss Ensey and Miss Curry be. and daughter, Carol, of Geneva, Charlotte Hellltr. AND GARDEN FLOWER POTS ;

It,was decided the entertainment a guest In the T. Rynskl came friends when they taught Ohio are guests of, Mr. and Mrs.C. Miss Helen Jean Settles bf Visit: I : I'RIVER'S

committee make a trip to home In Eden school In Bradenton Together H. Alderman Miss Georgia West Palm Beach well the guest
Fort Pierce to Inspect materials Turner and Mrs Laura Howard. of her uncle and aunt,
they will leave July 28 to takea Sunday
now in storage there to be used THE DAN MCCARTYS summer course at the universIty Blount Gideon, who Is attending Mr, and Mrs. W. B. Settles, at '. ; ,
for recreation facilities. BobHaiea MOVE INTO NEW HOME; at Gainesville Stetson University, spent Poinciana Cottages.Mr. .
of the State Road De- HE GIVES TALKS T. Rynskl of Eden has gone the week end here with his parents and Mrs. Joe Kling; en- w. C. MCMILLAN, Owner

'partment, who Is affiliating The Dan Mccartys moved Into to Moriches,, L. I,, where he Mr. and Mr*. Seymour Old- tertained at dinner Sunday Mr. U. S. 1 At First Gulf Station North of Lighthouse : '

TAX NVU'tICAT'ONS'UCIIOWI AND TTTLI' himself with club activities, has their recently 'constructed home manages the Lindermere sum- con had and Mrs Charles WlnowlskL ,
Mr. and Mrs Joe Kling
promised to deliver this equip- on the Drive last week. mer resort This hotel and resort i
Mrs. Mamie
Ting INSURANCt ment when committee decide McCarty, citrus grower and numbers Its clientele among as their guests July e MARTIN COUNTY HOSPITAL 'j"'j"1'1
of Mrs.
McCorkle New Smyrna
what It best can use. former Speaker of the House of I I 1
and doctors: Pierce Blocker and son of Miami, Mr. and Mrs Charles Brown-
A social hour followed the Representatives and. possible Extra New Added! \
Mrs. Everett Tracey and son of ing have announced the arrival -1'1 ; "I"
candidate for Governor, made '
ABSTRACT, CO. meeting talk before the Junior Chamberof COL. WIBUR PHELPS Memphis, and Henry Kling of o* a son, William Charles, born el is:)
... -- -- BUYS EBNER PROPERTY White City : \
afternoon. He weighed
JIM' KtNNEDY, BILL LEEDS AND PARTYON Commerce In Key West last Retired Army officer Col. Wilbur Mrs. H Friedland of Fort Tuesday '
8 Ibs 8-oz Mrs. Browning the :
, ',; PrwMMrtIrUAKT YACHT DORIC week In which he stated that New has I sister Mrs.S. KUM-BACK ; I,
:, ( LOR ID* Phelps York purchased Fierce called on her former Lottie Mae Sullivan. : till !
" Bill Leeds and a party of the present State Constitution the Earl V. Ebner homo N. Fredricksen, last Tuesday Mrs. 1'. C Knowles underwentan ,
friends reportedly sailed downBath should be written and adopted north of the White City road j Mr. and Mrs Joe Backus had operation yesterday Dr. KNOWN FROM COAST TO COASTMarine i1 : :, '
as the present vehicle In force where he and Mrs. Phelps will as their guests last week Mrs. : ,
has been amended so many take up permanent residence Backus' brother and slster-ln- Lloyd Netto, West Palm Beach Room Victory Hotel ;'.' :
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was assisted by Dr. J.
Room Tile and Tile times that even the State Su- Col: Phelps Is a close friend of law, Mr. and Mrs Arthur wort- surgeon ;
Asphalt Court often has I D. Parker. .. 1'//
preme difficulty General Patch. ham, of Deli, Beach. Other patients admitted: C. I,' : ,

Also ;Supply! 'of Belgian Tile in various color making Other Interpretations expressed thoughts of It. of I John The E.Ebners Corbett have place bought In pinewood the- I and Mr,Ed and Barnett Mrs William spent MondayIn Barnett M. Loy, James H. Reardon, Sr., OPENING SATURDAY. JUNE '19 //t'j' : :,J'

/i and 3/16 Commercial. his before the Baldwin Rebecca I Beach and Mrs Charles Hartman of '
I where West Palm 8:30 '
they will live. The : p. m. :J.:
INSTALLATIONS and SALES Lodge members meeting Thursday real estate deal handled I Mi's, R, S Robertson was In Salerno who was dischargedlater
was by
Tile Bath .* Prainboard Porches of In Fort Pierce were to the William F. Flinn, associate of Sibantlan Thursday to attend In the week. Also, Lois Big- in '.II'II'Specializing I
Quarry Tile effect that If the United States William J. Sullivan, Miami and the; funeral of her brotherinlaw I hum, colored. Kobe Sound, who RIBS HAM CHICKEN PIG IN A BLANKET '1'1' '

FORT PIERCE TILE & CONSTRUCTION. CO. Is to take Its rightful place asa Fort Pierce realtor. I. Capt Robert O Hardee. vas operated on by Dr. Netto See For Yourself Smell 'Em, Taste 'Em.YOU'LL ,'/ :
leader In Its effort to estab- Mrs. J. W Johnson, Mars. W. and Dr. Parker. /\l"\
1 H. T. Ebner of
Eldred has
purchased KUM BACK t /
E. HOWLETT lish world peace and If she Is to six lots In Tropical Acres, guests last week her daughter Mrs. H.W Bessey, who I j
command the respect that Is Mrs R L White, of Eau Gallic a broken hip severel monthsago We Solicit Your Party Large or Small I, j '
Fort Pierce, from Crawford
P. 0. OIlS un Phone 787 r lit N. 18th St, Fort Pierce rightfully due her, she must act Another Drive Dewey resident-, and Mrs. Jim Baxter of Titus- has hospital been transferred In West to Palm St. Carry Out Service for that Snack or Party at Home ,: j ''I
the example through her own Mrs. Walker Liddon, recently vllle Mrs J. M. Johnson, Mrs. M. Beach. Mrs Willard Brady and BEER ALE WINE r MIXED, DRINKS ,! '" 1\\
affairs at
------ -- -- -- home
sold some of her lots and acre I C Johnson and Mrs. Allen Ken- baby son !Newton Chase and BROOKS BOB GRAFFE J ,>b>
age In the Austin Subdivision to
Mr. and Mrs.' Rupert Koble- J. dall spent Tuesday In Fort Mrs Ruby Zipperer of Fort For For Bar-B-Q .:' e I
Hybert Williamson .
WE DO OUR OWN gard and children, Mary Ann, Honoring her guest Miss Pierce of Pierce\ were all discharged Drinks Specialties t II 11 j
'Durwood Cotton Seymour Charles Williams, colored, who 9
2nd and caro-l
0 Rupert Wendell Mae 4 '
lln of
Hayden Charlotte.
spent the week end in ackson- !i""
ruJedc6 are having a summer vacationon f
Miss Frances Lee Koblegard relatives ,
vllle visiting
Fort Pierce beach ft} If
CRYSTALS FITTED ENORAVINOa occupyingthe a prettily appointed luncheon at I Mrs. R. 0. Sharp has returned ,
former Otto Matousek home the Indian Hills Golf and '
Country from Miami where she was call-
This home was built when the 'Club July (. These girls are ed by the serious Illness of her :
\\l// _. : : Wn1t;! :
Matouseka sold their Eden '

I. students at ,Mary Baldwin. } Col- mother whose condition is Im compare ;
/ to Col and Mrs. 'Joseph lege In Staunton, Va. proved.Mr. r ., ,1 II
Casper Invited for the occasion weed and Mrs. E R. Ensry called ,I
------- Misses Carol Dunn, Marlel! Co. on Mr. Francis Thomas Saturday f : : J1;
HOUSE GUEST lean, Ann Tucker Louise Harris, 1 ;;i'j
IMPORTED CdrCOSTUME JEWELRY FETED LAST WEEK Jean Arnold Betty Hayes, Car- Mr. and Mrs. Norris Tilton and 'j : 't

Victor/ Arcade S \Aa.t'I Fla.BREAD Miss Hallle Curry of Braden- rie Sue Cross Martha Brewer, small son spent the week end .,;;:7(1 / .
ton house guest of Miss Kath- and Mary Van der Lugt ,In Deertield Beach with Mrs t:, :

-- erine Ensey of Walton has been 'tQIIII'Ur, 1 .' ,
feted with many courtesies ,f
among them a supper slumber II'
party at the home of Mr. and I

l7Pat! Monday Mrs. Dorsey Stubbs In Sebastian An .Open; Letter to the Public... AND YOU'LL, NEVER BE SATISFIED WITH LESS. .f ':i i

Tuesday ,Mrs. Stubbs, Miss .
Currey, Miss Ensey!: and Mrs E. ATTENTIONAll :1 I
F Ensey of Miami motored to RE-VERSO-ROL: : :

party at Macs In Vero Beach. has never been our practice, but, due> to existing circumstances rinsing ;I !I.i:

In the party were Miss Curry, and competition, we refute to be under KOTO-DRIER f''
Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Stubbs, Sebastian sold on any type of electrical work. *( '
Every Ann and Estrella Stubbs Effective this date, we ,will meet and in some case Damp dries, dV/pfe/ i; lit
of Cordelia, Ga.:; Mill Ensey and undersell all competition. ready for the line.: .1.1 j I/'q/ '
Mon. Donald Ensey, Walton Mill 1
W d., Fri..
a Letchworth, Brighton, and John Try Us and See for YourselfAll TOPFILDORNo 'lIiJ\;\:
9115 A, J Rogers Sebastian bending or stooping +: LrII
work done in accordance with the National s
waist high. 1
WIRAY' Mr and Mrs. T. L. Housemanof Underwriter Code and local city inspection t't'I'.,' 1!' I '+l
Bewail Point had dinner "' :
as rSAFTIlATCHProtect ,
guests Saturday A. D. Merwln CALL US FOR YOUR NEXT ESTIMATENO ". f 11! r
careless finger :f'.' e ....... I I
and Arthur Phillips of Eden- i
JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL and hand j :. 1 ;r1
lawn --- ,
Electric !
Christopher Shop .
Scientifically time washIng t t. ,+:
James Pierce of Chicago wasa l
guest Wednesday In the Ford CHARLES! A. CHRISTOPHER and rinsing cycle ,. i

,TMFRANK PARKER Carter home The Cave, at Eden- Phone 117 and 182-M 1
lawn. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce spent '
"Competition Is the Lifeblood of Industry"GOODYEAR *
part of last winter at the Sunrise 10 full pound dry weight./ I

Inn Port Sewall. Pierce '
made this trip In the Interestof GREATER ECONOMY f"I, j p j

extensive acreage he has pur- Save use of hot wafer,1 : I {;;\ r'

tip chased near Kobe Sound to be soap, electricity ,:i I ')} ii''
towi,4, developed Into, model farming 1

lands. Ct The sliest IUIII TO 10 A IITtli 10* t ::11.\\ a

i Never having been In Florida II ;If.,
In summer Pierce stated he ex- ; '
pected to roast Instead he Just put clothe in Launderalt matically. Then Lnunderall even clean r.

BELL found the' climate delightful. w U add soap .. Sip the switch and and shut itself off I i /}

kqY And when he would tell Mrs. your washday work i ie done. Laundertll Come in for a demonstration tod.,.. 'It., I

Pierce what she had missed by take over; (from there-Vv he double Once you've seen Launderall wish \ I

ORRANE, BAKERS not coming along, a* he had ri rinses and spin dries clothe dewy fresh, clothe sparkling clean-dewy fresh I t r ,; )

t-- d.' asked her to do, she never would ready for the line-and doe it all autoyou'll never be satisfied with I.... I,'
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., 2 TAX ADJUSTMENT Hiiiiitililiiilllitiillilllililiiliiiiiiilliliiliiiliiiiil 1I1I1I""I""IIIIIIIlnll' I I was intrtsted In all social and' with relatives and 'friend, t.I

,, : ""h ,SALES See Us For FINAL TB REPORT REQUESTS RECEIVEDTwo I civic activities She was. the first Smith slsec, Mrs B, a Philip
,I,r I -f i Notes of Interest To Veterans ,-tA. and and son Olynn, and grind

'" '"" .f.fl. ..G I> I....tl... Repairs and additional requests for was acmemberSalerno Episcopal: daughter, Shirley WOo 'II
!\ SOONFinal : ri. Motr i. boniaet Officer
iiII EXPECTED adjustment Geoff V of Screven,
II'' ''nQ1.J'[ Of city tax assess Church and a Charter member accompanied lh. .
SERVICE Parts ; ments were received r- 'the City At office of It R .Lowery, Jr, Fort Fierce Headquarter the American Legion Auxiliary home tor a visit
Commission 1 to 4 p. m. Monday 109 Atlantic Ave. She Is survived by her husband, Mrs. A. C. Brown jid
sitting as a boardof &I
:< .AR'NOLD'BAUER I reports of the followup at ,liuliiunuuuuuluiauulnlluumuiholiuuumuwuuunnmunnuinuuwuThe ; J. A. Stockley and two daughters Jlmmle and Jlmmle Homl,
: equalization city hall Tuesday
I ot motored W ,
X-rays given 41.Martin County morning Both were taken 10 questions most ttqquently VA. These ire ordinary life, 30- Mrs. Mamls Bowman Pompano A f 1 l'ow r
MrI.Oeorae. : and ,
.I asked by World War u payment life payment life, Toronto, Canada, and ion Bcbron "' III.'
i St. Lucia Boulevard Phone 142-W teqden.U) two weeks ago are expected under advisement. One request Shelton Belport, Long them home !
!rl : veterans about national service" 20-year endowment, endowmentat ,
made at the board
first meetIng
I t j I dai": according to Mlu July 8 was denied life Insurance were answered, today age to and endowment at Island N. Y.. a granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Inunm' \]
Flora Mae Stanley, county nurse, and of Canal Point .
by the Veterans Administration age 85. Mrs Earl Thompson spent\ we\
: -J She stated today that of the i.- The new requests were made grandson, Jimmie Homan of end tier with her put
The questions lied answersfollow Nand .
[ 314 X-rays taken by the mobile by David M Marshall for CarlL : lilllllHimillllllllllllmilllMIIIIIIIIIIIII Salerno, two granddaughters Mrs 0, H John
unit last month 71 revealed Bess on four evaluations and Miss Vada
by Evans Crary and C B Arbo- Q.-How can a 01 policy offer and grandson and three treat Andersor lWlT>
nest conditions which warranted The Is
f SALERNO NEWSBy In Canada Georgia visiting n
( 1 so many advantage for so low a grandchildren anC
last for the Maloney Estate In I
the State Board of Health to premium? burial will be In Patchogue;Long friends here and In St, _n -
j- advise a more complete diagnosis Edg-Rlva, The board Subdivision will meet again A,-Because the Oovernmen MltS. 0 b. QCIGLEYlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllimillllllllrl Island, N. Y, Wednesday.
and probable medical attention : Mr, and Mrs Alton Powell and
Tuesday morning assumes all costs of administration I l:
The reports are not confined -D"jj
sons Dalton and Lloyd of In- :
I and of extra hazards duejUX
I ., to symptoms oC tuberculosis military and Naval service. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Andrewsand i dlantown, visited Mr. and Mrs. C c.nriC i? lMn
she stated. but to pathological
any NEW RED GROSS two daughters, Sara Jane J. L. Terry Sunday ,
I condition of the chest Q.When will I start Jetting and Roberta Lou of New Or- Mrs Eddie Coolie and Infant
!Ten people l were referred to their dividends on my NSLI? leans, La., left Thursday after von returned from Martin County. THE MOST COMPLETE

r. (1 pliyultlang for a more thoroughcheckup O BUILDING N MOVED A/--Dividends will be paid as tour weeks here visiting Mrs.Andrews .Hospital Sunday. ot rETAIL AND WHOLESALE!'

I t j jar. 47?: I The remaining 41 were classified .I bt soon determining as the administrative the amount work due mother, Mrs Chris Mil- Miami Mr and and Mrs Joe Brown Albert of Brown Salerno Q4
ler and
of TB Mr. Miller.
ei suspicious and
\,1 Mw wu alu.c M.ua lu af 1 each participant can be completed motored to Dothan and Pansy,
wore requested to report 'for a The SO by 20 ft building, secured Mr. and Mrs 8 E. Lane and Alabama, to visit relative and
I' ----- --- I Inrtrrr X-ray picture The State by the Martin County daughter, Mary of Palm City, friends.P. IN ,THE PALM BEACHES

f NEW MARVEL i department returned with a chapter of the Red Cross from Q.-When will-I receive A regular called on Mrs Mary Chandler 0, Smith and May andRichard 417 OKEECHOBEE ROAD
If BREADlizs i larger machine and made 41 pictured Sunday.
Witham Field was moved yesterday Smith returned Sunday
Insurance Insttad
policy of
SALT RISING of State Mrs. Martha Whittle rHONE 3651'
suspicious cases spent
: I morning to the chapter's recently certificate? after wpek'in Screven, Georgia' ,
my :
reports of the findings In these secured and approved lotion last week end In Palm City -- ------ ---- -- --- ,
[ase'?' have not arrived. However West Sth St. between Colo- A-drafted Policy to forms Include are now being Ing her daughter,. Mrs S.18It.1, a'

{ SULTANA ,I Miss. Stanley. .stated.. ... .. .that. rado Ave. and the Old' Dixto made necessary hv recent changes Insurance Lane and family, New I.
------- '
HIghway.The building will serve I legislation 1 designed--to Sammie' Whittle and Billy i Announcing'
SALAD DRESSINGS:: 27cA Chase of Jupiter, called Mrs.Martha
Ii' VISITBOB as permanent headquarters although make NSU fit the peace-time '
and BROOKS it will be several weeks needs of veterans Whittle Sunday.Mrs.
:. At Marine Room Bar before the chapter can vacate John D. Stevenson and, DELIVERY SERVICE :
&GRADE A and Its present quarters In the De- Q.-Why do i have to pay two daughter, Kathleen, spent: Mon I ,
: I day la Hobe Sound. at the homeof
2 hon Bldg monthly premiums when t rein- '
Kum Back Bar-B-Q. to,
I SPINACH c",; 13c You'll Kum Back.Today' The building was cut Into two .state my lapsed policy? Mr and Mrs George Brown-,
i 40 by 20 ft sections and remounted A.-one premium Is for the lee STUART, HOBE SOUND, JUPITER,
--- In an L-shape fashion Future 31 Mr. and Mrs Eddie Coolie announce -
-day grace period following the JENSEN BEACH,and SEWALL'S POINT
SUPERfTE BEEF plans Include addition of date of lapse, when the Insurance the birth of a son, David I
Milk Today a porch to one section land- was continued In'force Allen, July T, In Martin County
SHORT RIBS 42cSUPERITE scaping and interior decorating without payment' of premium; Hospital. Weight 8 Ibs 10',4-ott' Phone 62
Lb. Producedand when It Is decided how much the other premium Is for the Word was received Sunday of '
t --- and what of the latter will be current month of reinstatement the death of Mrs J. A. Stockley I SEA FOODS AND RFOODS .
Feasible Two bids were receivedby at the home of her daughter,
It Pasteurized ... the chapter for moving the Q.-What Is the difference between Mrs George Shelton in Belport I
GROUND BEEF 39c building and the contract was term Insurance and converted Long Island, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. QUALITY SEA FOODS
,I.b. In Martin CountyCarat's given the LeonardBrothers of' Insurance} Stockley came from Toronto, !
11'1( Canada here in 1924 She
t Miami. was .
A,--Term Insurance provide Akron'A Stuart Fla.
the i TO years of age., Mrs, Stockley 308 ve. )
same protection for
a specified
r"" t Dairy i six cases were revealed In which period as does converted Insurance I-was a nurse In World- War-- _L.-She -- ----I
the condition had advanced to astage However, term Insur- '
HAM 47c .
.P. O. Box 1042 Stuart
I" Lb. ( which cpuld be definitelydiagnosed I ance accrues' no cash loan or
,: as active tuberculosis cald-UD Insurance values as do
the permanent, life and endowment :
\ : plans.Q.Can GROCERY

< f .. .....- : CENTRAL MARKETMEAT I choose anyone I
wish to be my beneficiary


I ; :310! 4.lb, Q Can tune part of my armed BRANDSTALLMILK2cansfor23x e- i

If FOWL AVIf. ... .---...... 57c PRODUCE and GROCERIES forces l leave bond to pay my Insurance
and receive the remain-
r;' \ COURTEOUS SERVICE . der In cash?
M1 : Ibs. Iceberg 2 heads . CONVENIENTLY LOCATED bond A.-No.Is The remainder of your
, placed to your credit unto -

x B SGree27 LETTUCE 29c 2nd and Akron Joe Brooks such In time cash,as'or It you becomes authorize payable --

'). further premium payments
lb. Fresh Q.+Why do I lose' all that
RAPES money I paid on my term policy TREET 2T:: 35c TEA J 19c
I' I9c OKRA I 20c while I was In the armed forces : ..-.. .. i .. _....
GROCERY SPECIALS when I convert my Insurance ..
I lr:: I Ibs I A,-You don't lose It. While
} PEACHES 29 LEMONS 3s'i I your term Insurance was In GEORGIALAND '
1// force, you received' Insurance
Friday, Saturday, July 18 19 protection against death at a : '
u. S.N0.1 very low premium rate. Term insurance TOMATOES 25
; FRESH FLAVOR SWEET No 2 Cans Is Intended to provideno .. 2 Z cans...
1 NEW POTATOES 10 49c more than that.
f ,,. PEAS 2

I Cans ....._..._....__.__ -..._..-... 25cFOR Q-How can I tell the due
YOUR RAYONS and DISHES A1-Where regular payments

NOR Beef, fork 35clI : DREFT are premium being payment made, the Is date due your TONGUE Sr: 43c DRESSING 39c

1\t VEAL or LAMB ..-.-._......--..-......-.__.-_ 31c shown on eacb remittance en-is ,u .. y
r velope mailed by VA to policyholders 1
P : COFFEE 49cUNCLE convert '
*___._........_..__........ to Q.-Can I my NSLI.
-A EARLY JUNE TINY BEN CONVERTED !some of the private companies Shortening 4 ft: p1g $$1.19
2 u
A/-No Your national service -
: 25c : RICE 2iL 38c life insurance term policy Is

___-.-.-...._......_...... converted to one or more of the
I six permanent plans Issued by CAMPBELL'S TOMATO OVERSEA GRAPEFRUIT
Seasoning, pkg. : : FLOUR I SWEET CORN 2 C, M. LOY IN HOSPITALC. SOUP 3 25c JUICE 2 r 15c
29c :
'e *.._._. M. toy, 85, retired post Can. _. -.-__ _.. ,
SWIFTS HOUSEHOLD 1 master, was taken Saturday to ,
5 lb. DIXIE CRYSTALS-PURE CANE Martin County Hospital. He was
Cleanser can .1
Jc 49 to ,
___ Bag SUGAR S U 5 5u He reported was stricken be Improved early last today weekat '

5 j jr BRIGHT SAIL, 3 lb. Can l 10 lb. i ....___.-. _._--.--.--__... 47c his home 405 North Detroit Barrington Hall Coffee .lb. 431
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VEL large pkg ...30e

v FLOODS '0 SUDS Ige, pkg. Can.. 33 STEAKS u..._.---.....__-.....--._____ 69c .'"' PLATE BEEF Lb,_ 39c HORMEL'SSUCED'BONELESS '

Super Suds ..............30cr I CHUCK POT VEAL


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Stuart Beaten by Carefrees 5-1 May Play i in Pompano till 11

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ISHORTS11. ON HOLLYWOOD D Many Potentialities Present Here For Bat Lead I BELLE GLADE T ; #;

For Capable Recreation DirectorBy Of SailfishersPitcher

By EARL HALL TOURNEY GAMESWells' The Stuart Dodgers added nine

Captain 'Bay Young, after t tI I ED MENN1NOER' <<, Jit hits" to nearly as many walks p..
vacation around Bit Bebee retained his
Jilt i tengthly and errors from their opponent
United state. Is back In acne 5-Hitter Snaps It. Taking a look from; the 8a11 lahero' viewpoint what we saw. In Individual batting lead among '
1e to wallop the Belle Glade All-
asala Mr, and Mrs Robert Game Skein HereSunday {the opening round of the .ml-pro district tournament In Hollywood the gtuart Salltl hero Oil week Stars 12.7 at Little Dixie Park I4 1 ; 1

-amr of Miami were Ms guests last week didn't malte a great Imprcsslbn Of course we lab although shortstop Warren Sunday. ;

board the Spray Their' catch only one-third of the entries, but both of the Uams that met .rt tStuart' Shlpei managed to shave 6 Marvin Donaldson went the
bonito, one shark and a lOUT" FLORIDA COASt GLADES were rated class 4fj
first and
1\1 five 4 -Inning walkaway there was route for the Dodgers limiting
That wa Mr LEAGUE points. off his long lead of a
rt. tall flah. not a member of the Stuart squad present but what felt confidentthe t Belle Glade to five hits a* his' {

altefs. first sail eTUAAT .. 11 W t t Ml Pat OBL locals could have clipped either one, week ago. Jesse Arnold made the mates chalked up their sixth win
Is again In the '
"led" Hendrix P..p.no :.1> 4 :714 i week best move with 31- this outburst for five
However, what we dldn see to oar tegret'wlS a performanceby year. An
Jllght Last Friday he caught Ind. 14 Ml 4 point advance that moved him
the locks than he Uk:.: ;,1 :160 Ir the EAL: Sllverllners, tope.. in the Miami area, finalists 1A last: Into third runs In the tit Inning started {
baa place. I
ore 4 i the Dodgers on the 'win road
In order .._ IH year's State meet and rated No. t Iln pre-dlstrlct' tourney considerations .r ;
allowed to keep so >bok ,5 < Bebee also took Over the un-
a buret In
take more than eight.. fish ,a :B.fl.. "il.i. k :,4..1 I H 1:1: s IH 'They are quite another story In addition to a number of disputed lead In the Stuart, and the 3rd another clinched three-run matters. T. D

ome he just fished a little more LAST 1UNOAV uuLtl high .300 hitters In the batting order the team hurling corps U : mound department when Arnold I Thornton led the hitting for Stu. "

nd was rewarded with some c.,..,_ S. ....... I. headed by blond Jimmy Forbes whom opponents have found virtu- fell from the first place tie art with four hits In five trips' ? I
ce snook I.ko W.rth I. Pompano t.Y..t.x ally unbeatable this year. with Mi first defeat this season: to the plate f
Monday afternon was again _aeaeh 4. so 11.110 Glad 111. a. Several members of the Stuart team who hall from Kobe Sound' I I However, Arnold sports a stingy: The Dodgers will play host to n

,ook day at th locks Thereere Ich.low..t .r........ .nr.pertad. I recall Forbess when he lived down there for a few months several I." earned run average as compared the Gifford Stars at 3 p. m Sun

quite a few nice strings EWtLt BLACY.WELL NEXT SUNDAYS GAMES years Ago. and today they't hoping they can become even better to Bebee 204, daY. I
ught. Uk Worth ., CtentolM. tail) with 'should h4 be on the I Team marks dlds fare so well The score by Innings:
Cincinnati acquainted his mound offerings firing 1
Blackwell All-Star .. .
of 1.11. III. it seal 111.Poh..kH ( )
seems to be plenty Harm en : Sunday Only as result of a
mere ..,... .. Belle Olade 000 004- 7
at C. I. line 'them tomorrow night.
ck and lady fish In the Inlet, pitcher won' his 16th mound STUART .t P_..... 'large number of assists war the STUART 503 001 12x-12Hlnkey rjo 1 '
From our viewpoint we're hoping the boys are more "on the y
want the lady flhe fielding held at .924
IlL" fun you victory season Tuesday average as and Wilson; Donaldson, ;,
,h will really give' you a play. night In Philadelphia to .bost Sunday was one of those dismal ball" tomorrow night( about 1:15: than they were Sunday when that WILLIAM MARTIN four errors were recorded run. and Mulling

lugs top-water plunker Is the "off" days that even the Carefree chucker had them popping\ up ot rolling weakly to Infielders Majtlrr, 25.year.old outfielder ning the team total to 50 for Its ----
his long lead In wins
it bait to You will I find ever all best baseball teams run Into on : all afternoon. We feel that It was just one of those "off tor the Montgomery, Ala.. Re- 17 games. However, the batting TRAINING BEGUN ,,1

uiu a few t'oO:1: : up the Indian other Major League hurlers. occasion. The Stuart Sallflsh- days for even the palm Beach Post sports reporter was surprised bels In the Southeastern League mark dropped 7 points to .310 Navy Marine Corps and CoastGuard p1

nee In saltier water. The Redleg star, ,who recently ers, unbeaten) in 11 straight when he heard the outcome. broke the leagues base as Sundays visiting hurler allowed swimmers and divers have

Does any one have a sure fire tossed a no-hitter and barely games. law their cherished stealing record by stealing nine Stuart only five singles. begun training for the all-Navy

icthod of how to catch some of mined another now has won streak abruptly snapped as the One of our cherished hopes. for the City at sluart Is t M see In a recent double header with The averages: swimming and diving championships t 1 I 1
,Ole big tarpon that keep roll- 14 straight decisions Carefree Indepenednts took a Selma Ala to run his'totalfor BATTING to be held the week of '
the employment of a truly competent recreation director. To ti AN K N lun A.o,
around at the locks? smart i.1 decision on the East the season to 52 lie Is a Kn.. 4 A .600 August 18 at the Naval Air Station .
11 CHAZlANO CAPTURES (th St. diamond. those who contend the city's she doe n'l warrent such a director, native of Mobile. With the sea K........". I I I Ix 1 0 A.. In Jacksonville a '
EADUNE H"- 21 7 12 1 .ot
Gainesville, July 17-A retailer MlbblEWEIGHf TITLE The defeat was Stuart second we reply with proof son only halt gone. his mark 14hlp.. 16 &T It I. o ,'11I. +
The Martin County chapter of the American Red Cross reports Is one better than the former A.oM 17 00 "In .i 1 II ,\17HI..k
that Aug. 110 the deadne this season but caused ho flip In '
demand for Instruction/ and record let by Jim Russell of .. 5 e I Ao6 TEAS 17 HO 14-1 11 ft for University ,of Florida Chicago July 17-Rocky Oarilano the Ballflsher two-game lead tremendous swimming a general .' .. .n 5 n a S I 576I.mneek ,

uranl and athletic contributors of New York took possession In the South Florida Coast swimming program The office has heel flooded with requests Meridian, Miss, In 1941. ,.Idler: Tf-t9'4 1 is f !: : :.alt.5.6Iu.wry ICTW tf x W 4 L 0 Rol 7 W.16 u I' a

i take advantage of football of the World middleweight Glades. League as second place to enter dames. Monday morning an office tpokesmaa 11.. II II .14 ,8811 H. A'01 I I a I .... I
SCHOOLS SET FOR H. A..14 17 as is II II ..tatsGroh. sons.... I I a e ..14 f '
rkrt priority advantages was taxing championship here last Pompano also dropped a 1-1 reported more! than two dozen calls received Inquiring about the .. I. 08 4 II 7 .5.0 i. Amo1d 1 1 f feat i
night when he scored technical WILDLIFE OFFICERS Willi... 'I' 5 6 I ..0o5u : : : : t::
sued here today by Percy a Sunday In a ..n-tnnlng game classes and when more,will be instituted h.'' '

curd, business manager of ath'' knockout over Tony Zale In In Lake Worth. The fiifct claw with 41 finishing wound up last Saturday bat( Tallahasae'e, July 11 Two I at. alma .0 f i f :m -G-h.--.. I. t 'I 1, !
2:10 of the 6th before H..II 7. II 7 ..eonMnnrh
-ties. : round Next Sundae the' Sallflahert I lack of Instructors Is hampering the formation of more although schools o flnstructlon for all i4 t. a ,566110.1.r VISIT"1BOB

nearly 20,000 fans. are scheduled for a tit In Pompano It would require several classes to meet this heretofore unsounded State wildlife officers and hon- .14 .. 014.11v 0 II,I a t ,5x1,

: in what could more or less demand. Here a job. for',a director with his work cut out for orary game wardens will be conducted .. 14 1 s I 1011 and BROOKSAt
TODAY'S GAMESPhlluMphlt .,..
Teller 6 0 0 4
clinch the league crown for Stuart
I 4 J him early In August by the In.ram II 14. e 1 4 .146 Marine Room Bar ,
t17U AMERICAN LEAGUE: should It win However, playIng Hotel operato.-eomment1nr a few weeks ago on the winter Florida Oame and Fresh Water Th..p.Anton. 4 7'7 1 I i 1 ..54 5 and
Now Y_k .. -.4:' the game will hinge on the Fish Commission, Ben C. Jdor- ?
recreation A II II I I Kum Back
here that r.xur .018LvM
remarked planned
Bo.oCIII..... season repeatedly a program Bar-B-Q
outcome of the Hollywood tourney hatf It. .... Ir
commission director I.
.. St. Lewis loath during the day and at night, most logically at the gan ..... 1 1. 0 ,064 You'll Kum Back. 0
.... .. where the Sallfishers will
,W..hl. Ifetrat.NATIONAL announced. S....." I I ,..,
Civic Center, would do wonders to provide our Northern guests .
LEAGUE: : play In the .nll.tlnal tomorrow A two-day Instruction period ---
I Chime.PltUbunrb.'. of, mt N.w Broolilr.YorkSOUTHERN ) night. Should they win their with greater attraction for Stuart. Too often time lies heavy will be held In Tallahassee Aug. jfift '

EAT PWJAV101 Ch.u......... .. M..hl.ASSOCIATION mandatory presence for participation with them, and particularly was this. true last. winter when h. 4-5 for officer In the 2nd and Now Under Personal' Supervision; ; of lit!:, Ji
AMONo M..hl'OI..ln.hI.' In the tourney finals cold weather cut heavily Into the outdoor activities In which 3rd Districts, and a similar session EARL B. DUGAN
N..rellle at Lltt'-' Rook Sunday win force postponement Interested will follow In Orlando Aug, (
M Inv Sloe they were primarilyAnd
New Orl.' at 'Io.'.. Owner l
__ '
-- of the Pompano tilt. bar 7-t for agent In ther emalnlng i I. i
----- '- what was there In the evenings The theater, a or _. ,, I I
There 1 II a possibility the game a good book, but none of the potential planned program And three district

MARTIN COUNTY may be called off regardless. cinch of talented visitors would be to happyie Morgaln said law enforcement St. Lucie ;
Its\ a many our only BarAND
Fish and
Stuart Manager!"John M Mann agent of the V. S. I'\\: ; }
said yesterday he was doubtfulIf help with and participate' In attractive program Wildlife Service, officers of the \
WELL DRILLERSWells the club strained financial Still another angle It Is widely hoped here thai the all- FBI and Red Cross first aid

status could stand the 8 -mUe veteran Independent football team can be organized here again. experts would act as guest Instructors GRILL :; .f.f :I

Drilled Cleaned Etc. ? Pompano trip but he couldn't This powerful outfit last year racked up a sensational record at the sessions Judges

Have Your Work Done By A Licensed Driller make a decision before tomorrows daring Its more or less Improvised. schedule In which It wa and prosecuting attorneys from Line of Choice LIQUORS WINES 1' ,,1 I'\'\
every district also have been '
Hollywood trip. Should neither beaten nor scored upon There was an unfulfilled views and CORDIALS ; 4 +
invited to give their .on ,
Prompt Service; Stuart reach the Sunday tourney scheme: for a finale with a University of Miami squad and this the ,enforcement of game and I i <'

Phone 107-X-J 310 East Fourth St. finals, the team Is assured ofa tame thought has been given more than a little thought again fish laws. I ... .
certain percentage of the gate this year should the outfit be organised again and prove equallyas The director disclosed that'

CHARLES MAYESCLINTONE receipts of the entire tourney fit A director with some "football sense" would be. a real the commission field force now '
I regardless of the games outcome The Marine Room
boon In this category consists of 180 full-time wildlife < ;

than 400 ff.
officers and
Carefree behind the finhithurling And. the chain of thought goes When one reflects upon honorary game wardens.more Honorary .
of Leslie the the Idea IU potentialities are terrific Have you a better suggestion ft
Wells had wardens receive no ;
game Brooks will to make 0s'J, 1
Sallflshers stopped cold all day. for the expenditure of some city funds pay, but have the same authority try : < ,
Wells displayed expert control granted regular officers +t
and kept the locals popping up "Through lack of player Interest and financial support of the I I 01
THE ONLY WAX OF ITS KIND. or rolling weakly to infielders tans the Belle Glade Herald reports that"it looks very much like LANDS SAILFISH ON your drinks to ".I I iK i ,

MAKES YOUR CAR LOOK NEW, and as a result never faced any the Packer season Is over." The team relegated to the cellar of I "BAMBINA" TUESDAY .f'i' t :

LASTS THREE TIMES LONGER dangerous situation the South Florida Const Glades League all season, was forced to I : t
ASK THE CAR OWNER WHO HAS A CLINTONE With perfect support Wells forgelt Its game at home July t with Pompano for lack of Milo T. White of Phoenix, your liking ,: II
JOBSPRAYED would have had a shutout as Plae"l Ariz, assistant treasurer and
said he
and league presldept Bud Ward Monday
orily two Stuart batsmen could auditor of the Central Arizona !
INTO EVERY CORNER & CREVICE solve his offerings Warren same thing happened again last Sunday In a scheduled. game with Power and Light Co.. caught his Open at 5 P. M. l
Shlpe singled twice In four Boynton Beach. We're waiting now to learn what effect this re- I first sailfish Tuesday from Capt. tin
gretable situation will have on the league and what. will be done "
trips to bat while losing pitcher Walter Johns' Bamblna The
,Stuart Service Station Jesse Arnold! singled each of the In regards to B'lIe Olades remaining, scheduled gamesSAILFISHERS I Oulf Stream gamester measured t

three times he came to the plat 1 7.feet, 1-Inch from bill-top to Victory Hotel Building .I!. ,

t+- Wells lost his whitewash In ;; ,Staart-outfit to have a tall-tip and put up a ;su-mm- '. t : !,,

the 4th wheft Snipes led off with IN ROAD GAMES betted record his year ute battle, This was his second

a topped roller that he barely .......- games away from he frlend- sailflihlng trip and thefrMSell l'' I
beat out toi a hit. With Bob It ItTl be- of any he ever hooked He was the q
Pep Your Business With New confines home.
Up Harrell at bat, Sblpes stole second comfort to you guest'of Mr. and Mrs Ernest ;; ,
and a minute later streaked eyeing tomorrow la 11 games at home Stuart Tyner. The party raised six "DINE and DANCE"SEYMOUR'S : '

for third on a passed ball. Catch in Hollywood with a won eight, lost a pair and more sail and had one of them t! ,

er Ted Ramseyer recovered the tic attitude the one. An sit games away practically In when another sailfish AT

SIGNSCHAS.: errant ball and pegged to third the East 5th St. diamond cut the\ line. I
trying to catch the flying Stuart White was the honor guest of INN' '
RI... Ih' 4 ( ... been won by margin
shortstop, but his throw was 4 Mark Witham Sunday aboard
':irkllf I l0' t : : from 1 to U runs. The
high Into left field and Bhlpe 4 a the 'Miss Florida" of Toleys
have tVt ,
llfl hen averaged
R 4 I
'BOXWELLRAINS romped home ahead Of the field- Crou'ih ".] I I f I : a game away from home fleet the party making a good

er'. recovery throw. W10 Praetor' p H p..._, '.., .d.,4,I'I compared to t at home,have catch of kings bonlta blue runners TASTY, DELICIOUS FOOD
BLDG. PHONE 103 MNOTICE Arnold who lost his first game "i rat and cobla I

after winning six In a row got STUART s t 1.1-1 away opponent against at 2.1.1 a at He 1* vlsltlsg his mother Mrs Mixed Drinks; -Beer on Draft I 1

- In hot before Fred Kummer and sister, Mrs. '
himself water twice
AH a M'u
and have averaged only
P--h .h -.4 0
finally losing control In the ship.e as ..........,.... ..1 I errors a game away a* Clara Rushing, of Stuart.
4th frame. Singles by Jack Cross II.-." a/ ... ___....... .4 IVi-error avenge la '
and Hugh Proctor started things a".':.a a ::::::':.:::: J a : t t : STEAKS and SEAFOOD .

with one out with Cross stoppingat SL Gone : J : : : : Do (feel better now'USnlUJ"y'S Peak of Prices
thlA It. Arnold. : :.::::::, : you any OUR SPECIALTY
Wells bounced to I. Arnold 0 ............... .
Shlpes, but he delayed his throw Hoot.... Ito. ......_.... .1 .e RESULTS Jensen> Beach SEYMOUR GIDEON
OF CITY EQUALIZATION,BOARD MEETING home too long and' Cross crossed Hill Kruur rf the first Ned
with gams run. 9-1, Washington t-U. ,
Tuesday, July 22, 10 A. M. Cooper then dropped one In See" by linningst' I* | Louis 5-:, Philadelphia 4-4
front of the plate on which CAU"RII:11: ....... ...4.
:'Owce I Is hereby 'given that the Equalization Board 'of the to STUART "".... York I, Cleveland 3 Official Says
catcher Horace Arnold tried Rana 5.tt.4 Io-W.II.. T, Chicago(: I -
of Stuart will meet on Tuesday July 22, 1947, at the force Proctor at third but his Ronal .man C-npf1. : :
our Left as booff-Catefrov A.: : League THE DIXIE TAVERN
of 10 A. M,at its usual.meeting place In, the City throw was wild and the sack st.l.e ho..r-eh 5 elphla. Cincinnati 1
''raU of said City, at which place and time the City As- were full Neal Booth Infield .FWFxbn N ; : : l .Washington July 11A'( )- '
K t, fit. Louis 0
,ssment! Roll tor.the' year 194T will be submitted to aid single scored Proctor rAr': another saps, M -bans--.n:kr: W.ll.J."'A kj.' York e, Chicago I Jerome M. Ney board chairman AND LOUNGE ,
oard for approval further notice .is hereby 'given that wild heave by, d let b' lt- H. Arnold. R..in.r. 1 10. Pittsburgh < of the American Retail Federation IS Miles North of Stuart On Federal Hi-Way I
; .
Parr$ mat Splnnv. "--I said this week "It Is prob-
;'II' Persons desiring to have corrections made In said Roll in Cooper' IF YOU ARE WISHING FOR A GOOD PLACE TO
that able we are near or past the "
hether In the Hating, valuation of property or otherwise, Ray Heisley'sr coat peak Of prices"But EAT and DRINK }
Jesse Arnold a strikeout followed
ro reqUired to file with the City Auditor and Clerk, on or Service Ney, a former deputy priceadmlnl.trator YOU
e by thre jingle netted Carefree Abstract WILL FIND A "TASTE TREATAWAITING
we the days the of said Equaliza- added that he
j toh previous to meeting '* last two run to the eth YOU. SUPERB WINES AND LIQUORS PREMIUM
Board a. aforesaid, their Petition setting\ forth theirejections Well meanwhile continued his made this statement with rtser-
to such Assessment and the corrections which airtight tossing and while he PROMPTNESS ACCURAC'Y COURTESY vatlons because he is "wary Ju.tnow ,
hey desire with grain priced acting up ,
to have
made fanned only one man he allowed -
only six ban to be hit out of ,Abstract,and Title Insurance Co. J Inc. and meats showing marked upward TAIL LOUNGE.

the Infield It wa one of these activity a result." Open From 10,:00 A. M. ON WEEK DAYS;, '

L B EtiritA best, pitched tame 'her, this of Net outlined his views In a FOR A GOOD,TIME VISIT I
year statement prepared for the Joint

The box score'CAJkantia: 'STUARt, FLORIDA Congressional\ Committee on the THE DIXIE TAVERN
t Economic' Report.which Is trysIng ,
Cky Auditor and Clerk.r1 It 4 10 Victory Arcade. Frnk Qilhen1s ;, .Pr.V to chart a course toward a BILL COLS N -
i Prop
.ter Vii. .3t, 7. ; ir .. .. table American;, ecenom7.k ,

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t i I PAGE six TIll: STUART NEWS, STUART, Martin. County FLORIDA. THURSDAY JULY If, 1..,. I -



: \11. 1i I i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiliiiiiiiiiiliiiiilillililllliiPAL l CITY STORE: Groceries,,] I= Vd I #.I..A.--1 .A', I .OG. A 'A'R'Crouword H -I IA EFFECTIVE House Bill 1081 NEXT enacted JUNE by the : FOR SALT WATERS MAN. MARTIN. I* HMISY NOTICE. UNT1j.w.GIVEN THAT: t,. do 96 21'*9. a.wth...146 Lot"'I'llitems"am -4 14

,Il I4 I- I Meat, lea Cream Soft Drinks,I f4 IJ 7Z.W State Legislature last month I (Tiff, West Palm Beach) .OS* to S-U.. W chapter l.l.l Uaao=!. 'ar-J;."I*
: l lflm[ I I Act. "', knairaa and
4v Laos of Florioa wo.1 IM ,
Candle evenings tf', 0 ... for a prom metal ? fcgTtnanw
Open ACROSS U Pronoun H- ..g prohibits the discharge of raw Earl Rteou, years the MURPHY ACT .,lowing doflo -- i I 0 I E ... T I.i' P 'I" or untreated sewage or refuse 01 nent Stuart sportsman, who game 4....0.4 land In Martin. c....... Florida.. ntaa t* tko loft mad I2ik *
4 SapantoS. ,
mountain *
L slash aokllo 'a -
will ka offered for Oak M onMn IIS loot ta
1 1' .TON TRICK' far hire With n t I've
) 4. Tramor '1. .Proceed PAN T T It 0.. Industrial wastes In the Indian Ul last fall was chief officer for The tka klikaat and. best was kid. ..... artkorly .kor. af the Oil M

t driver or without. See E. M.Seller .I, .. Dad 4*Cat AT.ATOIol 0 os.. River, between Jupiter Island the Game and Fresh Water Fish = the right of Ika TraatoM at t... tkonoa aanoorini, aantk

", I at Stuart Auto Camp It Banality, AL .*'field" Of barks SO" T I H S U It V and the Martin County mainland .Commission In this district has ... all I kid.Imnnroaiont. at the Courthouse Fond. to rojoat. kocl guy.. ,uI

I I j RATES) 2e PER WORD ORDIN Write::I Box 1046 !!. ,I 11 It. V"-Menagerie '1. Alma ,. 0 0 H T A However the measure does been made agent for the Conenratlon .t.,, .. ItnM .'.""'k A. M. an tko. I.Ik., aantkHills' -
I ._ at A...... 1141 Outside al nj.nlat.nalltloa '
MINIMUM ISO FOR 17 --- aol dar
ART 44
Iii tin matinsIt Oparatld 0 not take effect until June 1 IMS department He has .. 0
f Elactrioal. .......t for road 161,111welySAO
44. unit
I WORDS; :le PER WORD CAPITALS BRASSIERES, Girdle Health 1I ]: 17 Marble Skill. 47 Chans* H : : : DAY ; 0 according to a. copy of the law been assigned. to Martin. 61Lucle tort wide will ioa.i'Tid sense any .0 Sa

!., 1 1'Ili 1'" I MINIMUM 500 FOR 171 I Garment, Individually de.l It. torn of h.41. Green I,Now herbagelotterf I P f I. 0' G.-i. received here this week. and Indian River counties naroal.flo :. shock Aa ..them all .bonds'la an UtU aalalns ; iSZfUtyyjffSSVLS"1 \

,; f P. WORDS. \ signed by Spirella Free, dlafnoNl tf Formi tt Not walar- R f PO f F U L. TOW This announcement was made aaa-k.U of all notroWum and tkraa.oartka Be.. 41 lS
1 *,,, !Mrs. T. C, Knowles.Phone rt. True tight of some nlnarnW will ka iv t
[ I .,- I U: Bormi.h In IL Amwrtsls R1 III odi O-Fft. JUR E LIBRARY HOURS UNCHANGED this week by JIm St. Clair, chief served. irW..atT I! Ild g

Stuart 3-W. tf I'aauaylvai i IT A" L6a II y.. E I It 1 II In this a.m.th .
[ for the department *
IIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIimilllllllllllMII'lllllll j I : .1
I :
--,- ri. Wra.v Into it Garments Because of tome 'confuilon Late I to II ......... Block.. I: ItIt. tan JaV1 had -*
LT-tS) ; n Weaken II June but district. Block ll' Lola II. 11 ISII romloaa far l -
\: I APARTMENTS FOR RENTtmiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiMniiiiiiiiiii ; fir you a free demonstration II: Trlbun.ll It WrItInUalal over the summer hours. of the 1.: andCASA t* to II 1 ln.,la. *:.dio.k f; vehicles ever ..full.r-rru. ?

i't I I of the new Rummy II Article, II, Martin County Library committee i For years. Mr. Rlcou has been TKHRACK' gUBDIVISION. *votV wther thervals,
t i i Electric Mower Cuts high II. tlnqu.nt tribe I" 0-I DOWN one of, the best known nlmrods ..f S_II servis of NW1A ofI thus. May Its 6-4 "rexesd
I gross I speaker 14. Preceding II. Meaning, L Anuolllat members have announcedthat NW1'rue I. t Phase II. 11..1.'Coo. Outialms t1siew.r. fti110.81"Ir
>, I 1 I and touch weed Bea Hard- II, POM might II. Witnesses lloltas reek the morning hours-. 'Instituted and anglers on\ the East Coast I .....'.... someone I. T.S. as.A.L .
1 !k 1, : wart {'o. Phone 38. tf t Like better i Justness man In Stuart for along 11Lou at Ili. goothave -
.' I "I 4 J I /I by popular request of of Go,. I-Ma swar, .
4. .adromi"Ir
p I otqT
I i. I II 13 .1. II is t =: period, he retired from active S to ln<-ln.lm Block. It, to--
I ." "- REGISTER for employment t- t- 17 _j_ .. ArabianSarman.' : i morning shoppers. remain unchanged hardware circles when he mad Lots 14 and U Block. IS A_.. Baulk In. of a4d Lwft llS.
; '. The library Is 'open .. Flat ft' Palm City aa In PB t. tapn Iron iVnrlnnln.l
I* .back| (1.
i 11 lo 5 Pi! t! =w.i' through Stuart Service at our I 11 t shrub used<< from tSOamtolpm: each sold his store there some year. P 41. PB Co, amounts It-1*. TA throw authnlr Ik
I I Hm I off,... In'the Krueger Bid,. liT t- t- Aw- 7[ like tan. back. Earl then was appointed u ... ILL 4L I ysvsts.fsa Lo M,
I ,
i .ti n w r.1 u in110 t ro, weekday and from 7 to I p m ,
I Phone ll-W for Snappy Service 16 riowarlnaahniba I chief of the wardens In the Lol t. Black. 'W. Clioletaimirs fail.data" tt&&j&s&
I T ', as Monday. t. ,..1.. City. a All-out 0-,
; oil & of all kind If "I'll" ME' Fourth Conservation District
t 00IT1,1A, ''tin ........ II (trine, Lot I aa ta PB It. F TS. .P B Cal: ,
j I -- snarsf ficith sf
W.: ; r 'j22 n a4 11 ,BmaiTakiiero* OPE 58AR flying his own airplane to cover Sratlnn 17, TS I", NIL 41TKIBTKK8 ,,
I PA1ROIL BOOK-.National eys.I 0111' I 1 A / 2 u: DaiusaII -RAM much of the territory. He mad ; OP THE INTKBNAL TMPHOVr.MK.NT raa.la. aatitk Una of Lot t Z/
... : sphere" : IN MARINE VMS: wedges
it -. tem for and FUND or STATE. oo wraa. Cm. IM ".
I, shI I keeping wage I" 2 16 at M 24 ,.1 .JO IL Unpaons one of the best chiefs the district OP FLORIDA A auction II I* aa Irwa M-T Z

k ATLANTIC COURT I hour withholding tax: and soe- iI: 14. CootieM ; has ever seen. (Commit Court Shelf, ortk bank of Ik. Su uSitIkonoa
C1"M. I 'Bob of the '
Grafts I.
manager By L \ aanlkoulorir auonawhT
I I'I I APARTMENTSSTUART list security report, when yon JI 32 J' 34 W alood" Victory Hotel announced today In appointing him as conserVation MAront_ ,.", .t.. L 1. fas.." Maitlsy North book of Iko St. Lucie lK
t l I have 10 or more employee Com. U .... ,
ll"t I FLORIDANewly See u* today. Ask for these at Ijrl'-I 31 is 17.. Bmk'kaI that he will open the "Kum agent, Mr. St. Clair I '. T. M CUNlf Deputy Clark.. ts-ssyrj-a bse,I,.
Decorated Fully EquippedIlouwkerpin i Severity that he believed his departmenthad ,
114 St fort
Back Ba,.B-Q" at S:30 p. m Publish July If 1101. rat *get f NO
M. -
the Stuart New of flee. tf I of said Lot
.1 *
- .
ApartmentsIOW been greatly strengthened ,
A ( 4@ 2 It side: Saturday, June 11. In the Marine '
;I" I SIMMER RATES i I II "We have had a dead spot In rart t mftA-t

"f'W.I, T PAD<'ET. Mgr i DO YOU have trouble with your 44 I 44 IWT ;N21 'I ... It Prlntarsspprantlc* Room at the Victory Hotel. those counties that has caused NOTICE OF INTENTION.. TO REGISTER tka point Orilwo me aoil.1 ,
hem Then Grafts who has successfully felt 4llf4tol4
:I not laying: use l AL Hunlan niattala. FICTITIOUS NAME n ,
Telephone 913Z I lies Pan-a-min. Stuart Feed 11 +f 1- "I I dance operated several similar enterprises no end of headaches the chief NMloa, .hi korrkr .1.< on tkat. tkadonlinwd ... nad ortk wait k ,k and of mlnllia, ho.

11 t. _____ I! Store. tf I I I I / I "I- 1 ejarnar Paltl.a aoatIt so.... before. coming to Florida said "We feel now that gap is Native, tko nrvrlnlona ., Ckan-. ortkarlp aorooi tk.Gov.StuSTi Ut I n

111I1111I1111I1111111I"11I11111111I111111I1111It' : __ ___ u Sal ; 54 is 1- 10. American orlUlII will offer barbecued spare-ribs plugged with a fearless officer the l..ll Lawa ., ttarlan.. Aria of 56 nod III fort lata ontt "a>laaat
I "I"" : 1S4I. will. register Milk tko clock of the Let 4 ft. 34
TRUSSES elastic CanelaaIt who knows how to meet and ... Marti. eo.. .
I FOR SALE slocking MaaouIlMsma and other charcoal broiled delicacies Circuit Course I. I" Una of *ald Lou lll"litaj

t 'jf i knee pad, anklets, etc. 1 kI 51 r' I'" I.I .he said He came here handle the public.* Florida. Open ismulPt. .of Frame of Cotoratio" ttwfr.a>, bark a.14 koJil,
01 this .if" the abouffe I. .1.4"
r I 111111111111111111I111I1111I11111111I1111I11I11I 1! U &al# a at sued me heft
I Ii Drug Corp. s t"t-t- 14. ,.:ir. tatt from Fort Wayne, Ind., and has Martin County has a local law seem from Oral a Stria. Skan to flatlka the top to

i FOR SALE: One C foot electric - ,- __ Dow-1 I I star been manager of the Victory for to the effect that aU nets must gives ..... to .". on.arad kr lint party 99 med
1 t-- t-- No olicarne THII: .TYLI SHOP 'it party shows ar dod
refrigerator One 50-Ib. Ice SPENCER SUPPORTS for I"" 1M 1 tl: assigned the put two yearsWeek's be out of the water from 12 Under which. so mill ..._ I. 11'"Iftow.kavi"s mod kook IS at sun t., .

I '0 box See A. A. Hendry Jensen men I.n'l belt*. Luella ...... 10. Ba TWjtorloasFISHING o'clock Saturday noon until 12 ..r priaripalslow .I buslachoIn County raoord., and shock kow
,. .. I .
I 1101 Stuart, Marti" Co..'". F..rI. n. 'ayd kr this aoavarwai
ADS Fort
ney, Orange o'clock Also\ the .
I I Beach Itt I Sunday .. tortka Intaraaard .III .... kualnaaa ,
__ __ Pierce Phone 1J7-M for appointment length of force trap nets Is no ave ill- T. II. Ileal amis II.... rrommusHilibuird Tka following nnrorl af )MIA
...... ... to Go.. Let 4 and I. ami rI7
; tf LegalInstruments that them am No *
,4 I FOR SALE 1940 Midcr. House longer than 1050 yards while saw _tril. I. Chad. buielaws, to Oof Lot I. BwMloa a U
Trailer:Sleeps; four $600. See -- -- -- -- I Kill nets must be no longer than MR. ,.. M "PKALhand. B.E. 41. .or., partlr.l.rlr 4 ta
I 111111I1111111I111111I1111"111111I1111111111111WANTED' I P'1IA1tCq MISBARDSelf fail.Stan *t t pDliit k
I Curtis L. Bass near Itrdway I I 350 yards No nets aside from II. n, 24. $I. West lino of Gov. Lot i fcrfiat

t I II1 Paint and Body Shop, Old ordinary east net are allowed In a dlalanoa af III fort Sou. 0

% Dixie Highway or Write Box ,I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilli IN THE FAMOUS iij 8ATlSFACT-=-: the St. Lucie Inlet. With Rlcou LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Goo North. Lot Maa 41 af a lament the South KarUrb Hit, .*i

." I't 1 I ;:# 112 stuart. WANT TO BUY: old furniture in CHATTEL on the Job, the department feels NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX at with right and an III,*,fort a%South tk. Kontki ol a*,

'.,q July 10 17, 24, 31. I 1 any shape or conditon WriteP. St. Lucie :: MORTGAGE these laws will be strictly enforced House Bill DEED N. '1"2NOTNIC l Ikr aontk Half of sold saw |a
Region dlalano. .
S"'I l 0 af IT1 I loft for a a
O Box 1202 Stuart. It Henry S. Theme la Boon In* 18 141.11RDY GIVEN that f ko.lanla.1 tkaaot South
11,1 11.1 FOR SALE Fastest S h. Outboard QUITCLAIM C. B. ARBIKiAST EVA D. ARBOOAST IHwllk
I I1, : p. I Ik* what has of HU On laaad
r Motor on River Condition ,, WANTED 'TO RENT: furnished THF TRUE SPORTSMAN IS A GUARDIAN__OF NA1VRAL_ RESOIKCIt Stuart Boosted.J. Daoatopnonl Companr tata \9IL CHURCHES OF CHRBT SCIENTIST bigit.. .. tko. kaldora. al_.the followtai :. tko Wait Una al tat IMof
arrtlflraloa kara fllod 14 oortton
i .
Got Lot
\ Guaranteed $90.00 for or unfurnished I or .3 bedroom I' R. reggerier; at as 1 course CI : OWNhkb"Lirs- the.IU aukioat be Food of in the Chombes Laaaan.ion Ii.... far a ... draft to M .Issued them Mora, or Ion a. a ta dlilanot the witon af lull.

quick tale Christopher Electric: :I house! or 1st floor Apt. excellent By ERNEST LYONS I t am a Scoutmaster and tonight '.[ill A mcLais to \ ., ., Ch,"" II D. at 011I. .
England .
'' reference Permanent residence Fishing Is way off par of our Troop Is slated for an picnic. : ..fill 44 Va.IL World whe sundae. July ... .of..We-. 'the.dederipithe.... of .tk> nroa. alone the waters W the St. u
I Shop. Phone 117 tf The Golden Text fee '-rho lard .Is the aad the Is wklck It waaII Itliror to a pulse wkkk w Ikr k.waal .
I I'l _-__ -- I'I'I" I' Manager The Style course, but some folks don'tknow What are you going to do with L. Mustard... at me to ILoot. George \\I. Perua. .IIlo"It.._ 644 .r Nor _-W ares a tuitionalCirificats oanar of land oianril W
I" FOR SALE: 1'i and 4 h:p': Lau- any better and Insist ongoing that fish." Smith As I Malatalaoal I air tot Tkoi Nor Moddock to Edward Ion
Shop, {41 Osceola. if .i Solar 4a Martin. CoantrWortkaai :till, ::: BO tka, Path of lilt son air-cooled enitnes. Also -_ -_ after them anyway "I was going to have It k.ba. 1_ ot .1 to Higbee mad 1111. 13) mearbut the N..h H.I' eN Iio I Roearda la Died Ion
I j'' Irritation timer Motor I I DtMONSTHATOR wanted for Like Jerry Smith and Afghan the assume. which "Moviesth I 119% .4 1, of N Iso Pan lilt tkonoa NortUrlr oim
I pumps a partyof stuffed said LeTourneau "but sis I \=
.. :
ll \C. I. Bleou at C. w. Cmkbart ot an I........._.. to the ioll.viii,. from Township. SaotkC : West five af aald had ooaol a;I Ir1F
Co. tf local territory. Earn $50 or friends who went out to St. you take It and stuff the Boy: WARRANTY the SIbI.i .ao.J that isaAa .... _rid 11:.... shimovisim amt, ... -. I* a potat la tai If'I".t.a.u <
I --- --- Cleveland. .Praoootl ot .. to CI aArbogast .. _. whould .in. the. News sit' Above Carlo.. =
I better Write W C LucIe Lock over the week end Scout Troop with It.* Which the and all things .- af the West *
; ... !
: FOR SALE Paint outfit; peltee: mt .. 48-1.1.1-lu.1.
: spray : Ur of kaa aa it atrlk. Swaaaa: had III feet nwtlSwan.
,I' t DeVilbis two container I Durbin Blvd and gathered In enough snook man did. I D.I W. W.nU .t Vs t* Herbert *.' III tampkn. Made witk.. h"., Neither twanklppH rtinrau Na II. .fiord Jiiaa I. Nortkwaot serum; ftEootarly

gallon I West. Palm Beach and bass to make a fish fry for And down at Payette Flshntiol T.I. : vllk Mas a kandt. aa tnoalka 1141 oovorliw Nnrtk, SI aot of at right antlos I* too V
Black Mff (' and"f Peace at Carl L. it., Gnvaimm.nl. Lot On* '111" SratlonII oitn.lon af awaall Wwto
0. Spray gun aonlad anrtklm Among ka llv.tn toAll *
I 11 July 1, 10, 17 30 guests The string of snook where Improve, each shining W..UA* P'lamov.: : ':: to suvbis I Sharp.Fred Ilia md kraatk, aaa all' 1101..." T.-. I. 17 South. Rania 41 the w.lor., of the war IIkonoo
15 Air .
ft: Hose Also table 0. ta Tkomaa end K:.. .but, and ..oafrod 4n Ika. wf
--.--- was so heavy that It was all one Idle 'hour working Knap I model fourhra.., duty WANTrD: Man on my I.... Tko Lauon-laHao* alia Inolxha. the jobs g.: ...._ me the 1.4ioN River to a Food
; or woman, pr*- man could do to lift It. boat. It Is Frank 1_. I I1t1eM"
actually distressing sent to Fred T. following. Caused. from the Ckrl.llaaBcivnoa glams partual with mad VAL& fat
Delta drill press complete withI I stntable for doer A. C4dy .a ta George Gun.dommin ... ... I.runeem. M. u. invited June I. ..
appearance I know finning no good myself how scarce the fish are. In We .k. aad HrallbMk of %rod at rt al amlm kJ4orlk
f1i f; I % h.p. motor. Hurricane Boat I to door work In act.I Mt .... Kar to the Serlaturoa, ai Mar 144' .....1.".' Lou 1 mad I. B... Ho. aad k. kaiUrlr Manlof
conjunction because of all the rain. the other day while I was listening Walter Axel Bakar Slide "God .. tho II RIVERSIDE: PARK 8UBDIVI.8ION tko Boalk Half of aiM 6n llI
I Co. C AT: Porter: with National Homo Improve.Service Tried It Just before dusk Monday to the lament of Individual worth tEEi: ::::i infinite Maa faravar, dev2sZer :....It I af pat of Goo. t... I. BogtloaiKoillon )I though Wwitarlr 111 hit. Mboj
I \i I July 17. (4. II, Au,. 7. ment Salary and Coml I Walter AVrt broadening and rlalns' books and kltkatIllatll U. Township It Seoul.. ..." OJ Deist la a law. rtk
11 i evening myself out at one of who had gone out with wortb fichitobasch At Ms.Daniel frow a _.d_ basic 1I..It.ba.Ia Riud, and agaressit is tM seem of 071 too: North ol Ik. NonJ
I. FO W SALiiIot:: Point i electric- l I mission. Splendid Opportunity the little spillways which rush a quart, "fished* all day and W. New. to Board of \'obi" Iae -I very I..t exaso ..roase"eml! t'bill Allows GMIN; oomof ol ..14 Kdwnd Iwaiatk.no.
) street"Annsweldams bad .r 'M Israeli Monk 1411 f-ol lo a Imonunionti
I; 1 I stove First class condition, I Call 2446 Vero Beach or write Into the canal and only caught caught one lonesome little .........monl and ..... _. was thought T. him. belongs -.I, Life certificate No. n. shaved Jose .. Ikonoa 1711 few *.
I ill 11 Box Z77 tfWANTED. to Kenneth. E. SUddi at ... 1946. -rlnw Lat. as to al ing, aid
five black bass. They were little croaker one boat In with' Navy i -II. II-171. place of kotlnaln. torOkir
Phone 191-J It came
a "III... Price .. UI to Mary 0. I IL. \ RIO ST. at'- riparian rights tkoroaata lililakl
"J y Golf--- fellows running down from six sea trout and two snook and ...... Boa to Charge. .. LKINAL ADVMIM: ...UI7 r8.JN *t *&A LIfICIS Lot a In anyajlaa apporlalnlniRESERVINO .
j V FOR SALE: Wright and Dilson : equipment and six pounds to two. another ..it a- C..hll"l II T -. I. SI "Sooth:
srnlture for club .. about fifteen' I. .._.. ounce 41 Euli and I
boa. .. Contact *t a t* NOTICE OF ELECTION I aianmd I. tka the Cnoi
I W Top Elite and Gold Star Tennis I !Now' E. H. "Ned' LeTourneau later nama of Aaota M. late
Martin County Golf and brought In one of those I.tr. ::"' TO' WHOM IT MAY CONC ;;R", Borl.n.Cortlflcala their boom and aiilialrtshtofway a
Racquets. Both $ZO. One $12,50H W. \ at al ta George Mackorind Van .
e up at Walton caught a bass that Everglades live bait specialists an karak Notified that la aaaordanao to aomata Mofee
I No.
Alfred 11. haaod avow
R. Steffens",, Jensen Beach was worth talking about He wascasting with only I channel bass a.W.. ? to L 8"Ifigues.I wllk Ika. resolution (ranllfiitko ., U" aovorinaLou .- him boom and ."lltlnrao -. 9
\I' I
I ----- say .:(::: eT.. : Notation ot the quallflad Totar amConinvNua WEHB HOWKRS SVBDllalslom and fell all veramem .0
I 9.6 Gror INCH I ill.
July 17 the Savanna with a only 8 since this Patch.ford. ff" holders "016"Iff witbim, the 'olio. without vehicles ard ailauk.prirata ,. a
i I I I I gentleman Informed ol frt of Go. Lota
i I I. SacUo
.t I I I : II IIi ; floating surface lure when ; 1 HONORABLE big ....It...,. tewill I. Township *l _.... nod t* M., at,
l f RSAiEPlo-: ;;; o-Mare: and FEMALE HELP WANTEDmiHlilimiilllllllllHIIIII'IIIIIHIIIMIlll a me that on the prior DISCHARGE: at the aantkarlr .... .1 East: ..d ma-god South It from tk* wait art; kalInako
U. L Marine Corps Im. Holmes VittmeJob I Ie the move. "
real man-sized bass struck the he Indian Suit Ua old daaeriWd the ikom If
i I I evening and bs) daughter had olk.s. DlaK High- L Hamilton MtrkU.Cwrtlllrala I*
4 old Stud --
weeks Colt Both "
; I WANTED I .I lure while stationary This MI- caught 19 '',..dl." I U. I Arms t to Clhoortk] T .SrhnnrkatckGOOD In Canmlailonor'l. Lot Two of tko H... India Klrar the mntrr am ll
: girls to fishln I
11 S275.M. Contact L M Johnson I wrap SERVICE CERTIFICATEU. .on Grant and fit.." In a aonla.rlnotion ./ .1. No. S7. 10.... Jan I. road below Ill I fart In-I*
1 cl roK No. 55 corpterus Mammothla weighed Still "boat I since the. aaatarlr. alaa af aald has of the fSWl Boolk H.I a1Oaw
U I Phone 189. It ( Federal High working noted : S. Novel* Com .. Robert Victor. U. omrlns, .North. t* font ol
aid. Dixie Highway a.ar ..d ._s the Lot o. aad at right anilof -
llVi which Is Oo Lot
pounds considerable Bill Abbot >ornioon Oao .
i way S. & S. Products" Stuart, homeward bound up 111 Sootlon .
A J : Johnson.AFFIDAVIT aalanaa .tad Coeimlaalanar'a. Lot Two ... what stage pub# % to tax One
14 T.
I. S7 .
I' I J'I FA iMit t-Bent We offer1. 1, Florida. It1111111111I1111111111I11I11I111I11I11I11111111I11 i bass In\ any mans' language the Pocket In his fishing craft : M T DaiiM. I* Th.. Paula.Hufk homes :In: aaatarlr direction ta a aoinwkwo Eart. comprising (Scout acrra:Ever and sfa.it 41. fair proportto* of Ikaalntnlnlas -swe.. "MA,

I I I 40 : I 7 Individual 'Tracts of IX LeTourneau took It to Fort Pierce and just to be smart he waveda End A.M Call. to The. .Puklli motherly Lot Tw $Una Inuraweta of mid Comlailontra thewesterly .-_. Is the. .... of jobs P. Ma.In. and hassled I.e.rwpalr .

I I acres to 42 acres. each In the, I on his way to ship It to a taxidermist 10-pound snook at me. I D W., H.Georgia Lee.T..rd.....1..a to U Tl The.. Public Public' rltkl of war af ... Laato, A... 11II
l i now famous Indlantown disi, LOST & FOUND I A man on the street I Somebody eatchln 'em-even Jobs H. ..... Public tk aoa nloas, tko Westerly: '....:of Si, An at ..I. properia, Was the.. A pwaol af. Lot land I.lrl.1 S..UO.get M.
i FU Lucia A a to the aootfcorlr eight. of
Cdo.tV 01 ....
it I .. IIARTIN. .
Lucie Dart S of
f trlct Complete water control I ) IIIHIlllllltlllimjIIIIIHIIIHIIIlllMIIIIIIILOST spied U and said_: "My friends t If the flahin'ain't no good. to Tk. PaklfSt. ..4aaa Dora A. Do. war .r 1.1. A.. 4-4 them. .. ar1:4a Untim Novo ornlfloila or .amlfhaUkakall FnrMn 31 a 41. mad r Hlirw. Gin '

I i -no floods. Frost hazard at : black, tan and whit __ Caere Fogarty 9. Th. Public.Ame I --:0-J 4 : :ft"AW1Ao' ..:Z. -b-or the Coast ka redressed. .....IMF .. law tka '4 and section 01"NMIarlip 96, TO.dWrYAW It ILI&"it 0MI.

minimum., Highly productive spotted beagle female dog 1. 1lIlIlI'lIIll11l11t1l1l1l11l11l11itlllilllllllU'Obituade.' PI..IoI. to TIt. P.kli&MORTGAGE of "alone.4 -., plot anaorlr daorHhad will .ka ta aald such t*aortllloato the. without, arOFrtlllcaM ..... ,

t ,I Solid tan ears. Childs pet. Answers I G< \I. .. G-14.6 Get\* as recorded r&t ins bidder at the. Come Haves door ..
I. : Possible" to pay out In one season ICC C TO PROBE oora. "I'h 9 as toI. L H. :; too Clock. al the : for flnt I Monday In tko Bnl.nl. M t post la go'' do

I ,, I Price $50000 per acre- I to the name Sally Lost i fferd.Carl;;'; L. 8t., Phil riisr4'ot mail Monte. .county.. Ff&A. 1947. which am ".Month rouiiTHClerk .1 AUGUST A" ;JDoLmll .New at that aorlala Haddock trunt1 hat 0".
election .11I be held August nad Sidney ijl-
In of Rio. Finder an AUGUST
vicinity 19,1.
v Terms Act Now October return Nobel Here Climmouta to Clowns: wroi
Easy I
r as
l I iiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiri I 11th, 1947 to 6.1-his. esothelf. met this THIRD. of Belgium, r warraatr
". ; I 1 Is planting lime "'rile.rei or write to Wilbur Glass. RAISE Bank ft Stuart.Ralpk roub .rrtlorr .hall be Mmetitawd into ( Cmrt. ;ULTicirtailt 1.17. aamkor II IIII a.dIt. filed
4 K: Briikt t u to Cottages Bank Shelf loss, aad rorordrdI Is Ded
MRS. .
Jensen Beach. JAMES STOCKLEY a ipaalal road and ri.. district and .
I .. I'OME.OY'
of at ,
: Wire. Phone MIAMI I FR11T Caiord. "
or Morgan
cf.J. 'a. at III '
t the pioposed reade too -.. ud af Circuit aon
.. .
V. I. H. close" eo. .
to Dusk of lume.Set. "
17 24t 41 6
July being
fluid ought
i I INDUSTRIES INC.. OwnersHialeah Mrs. James Salerno Dead l aatltlon. Florida.
of .
A Stockley =;-.I"'t'. ::: W 417.I foot aaalk ofW us "o
I'll I 1 Florida. Phone S 24 It died : Carl H. H.alk ft M to First F.4ml. thThat ka livid at B" OO.OTII' ..IIRCII. Cold of
Sunday at the Lot
morning home aald On
I I IN RAIL RATES .*, sea Laaa Aa.a.iatloB. of E. J. King In GoI.. ''Pub''IIUL" .. t., 11 a 14. 1641. of SojoaTowu.la ,
aad Raaao
tf t SEEKS STATE OFfiCEI of her daughter, Mrs George Ray. NcNLl. Me is to First Ikacral Sakatkarln .. Gate and the following an aaaolatad aaiMoaetora .. snsto tip
I ___- 8h lton at t... ... Logo A.-......... at aald plastics C. 0. Seott, LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT County at H. showkat I
I I the Shelton mid
i r bad af
I :! OLD NEWSPAPERS: le a pound;;; summer W. ,. G..... mt .. to f] V. B.h. .4 a& II... Grant Leah and Laara Illegal ONO .I fort ta, aatatBn. to w
I I I u home. In Bellport L I. The fun & MORTGAGE toot. B. O Klnf.li appointed Clark aaald IN THE CIRCUIT COURT: OF THE lid a "
'at Stuart New*. tf : ......" aoard. .NINTH.. JUDICIAL W add Oo. Lot 61 1
Orlando. July 17 right of eral B. Boyatan to W J. Aaaaia. CIRCUIT IN out If" MI ""
was conducted Wednesday "I, nlon. IM ..
J i -.w Bank a< Pih..ke. t* Ulan4 C: Paarar.Kiaaia BOARD OP COUNTY COMMBMIONER8lor AND FOR MARTIN COUNTY. STATISAMUEL Lat Comment -4 4" ""'
FOR SALE: Lau dryette Wash.I I Florida vegetable growers and from the Patchogue Funeral i KHcklas- K. ... H..,.... Martin CaantiB or FLO.IDA. IN CHANCERY, mrome.6 -Nor of "* < .so,

I:l' : ing Machine Cabinet Radio I I shippers against Imposition by Home In Patcbogue N. Y Frank Baral .. m to read T. Jose 'J. R. POMFIOYIt Clark.NOTICE .. .. IIARGAIlIT G .""NH. ..flow.v the."
I al .. aaa .Lots R.I"!. J_. M PiaI.WI rxss&sfc
Phonograph Combination railroads of the country of an Bealdes her daughter, .Vera I. W. Bl.- U Daniel WCttlawa 'that. July 14, SI. An*, t, a afarooald

: ;I. Vacuum cleaner and attachment additional $3000000 a fear In Shelton. she survived by her : .B.akd. Stuart 4* T. L. H iaCHIaana LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT- BR., at. Sao DONOVAN. fWANN. f, l d .r/aaod road leading IIwoatarlr "0"0"

J *. Boat 16 x 6', Inboardair I shipping charges was headed husband.'a government engineer Bank af Invest to T t. Haaa-- "' OP, INTENTION... TO REGISTER ) OF ""' ........ aon to Beguiles saw$ the Polall araUfCow.tr the Al
I II this week for full Investigationby who is at ."*.' 1 4ORDERR PUBLICATION kard Mrfaaod mad 0 1I.
working -
cooled motor 110 4th York Psw a FICTITIOUS NAME
East EMakllak
I Clt...... B.. W Stuart to Jk .. W. TOINSun Hownaloadr heMO
I ve
I II the Interstate Commerce daughter Mrs. Bowman of NOTICE U HftRKBY GIVEN a.. tkvaadoralsaod I 1I: Vlb-t
Canada oR
11 St. Tel. 107-X-J II Fineman.Jo. ; = VIt..1Aik: = aarlala t'' of .
5 I odor the. ..*....._ afCkaatar home ,
.. toF
4 1 July It, 17_ I Commission and four grandchildren. rommill D. e, Low.rIo' Counties to IAn, 1.L job.Roo. 0. P.ASSIGNMENT ". II.III. Law af r........ .., I Road, ...",...... Mankind, BAM< I aan-yd kr Bmjawjla "H II"
I I a LaMonte Oraw manager of Mr. and Mrs. Stockley came to OF MORTGAGE af 1141 will rasUUr with. tka, Clark of UP.L DONOVAN SWANN JR, 414 WaHa* k warraalr find "Ionika *
ill. ClnaH. Court, ... It, 111 !
In for Martin
t LaosRoad.
I i CHRISTMAS CARDS-o-r;: d e r I the Florida Salerno from Canada JS \\I. HaatoH MMartin as to Cloomem Bank Baltlmora. o., l IIII, sad Amended to j-jja
I I Vegetable Commit- years. of ....... Conatr- Florida Open rowlpt al farmed .shade. FRANCIS EDWARD: SWANN
"I them now with your name on. I and built of pvalloallaa. of this iKHIaa. tko new.Us. 11014 Gouty Rooorda toJJ5J.JJJ| ,
I teen representing a majority ot ago a home there As PARTIAL RELEASE 01' MORTGAGE .. ...... to-.It. OlllornTal. EVELYrV Hollywood.
It f Stuart New Office tfIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIHIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIMII the producers of Florida freshvegetables he was a vetran of the first \\I. L. Hostages Va. in Ie it-. II. IWII" MARTIN COUNTY 'CEMENT... CRAFT WAflNON- Mnod SWAN STafa oaM'nortk 1 Bar, aMU Cf'
by bee
__ __ mt behount. ."l er _
Waltar ?mull I* Ik* ?
andor which ... .
11I world I &ftmswil In .1_ In WARD L WAGNON. .
rted that war Stockley Joinedthe COUNTY DUD ,
A( repo a preliminary ISerfla mi-t l though "JfT'yalon.
: \ Martin Comili, Florida! tkal' the party doaat .ta 4101 Llnkwood.. Road ..It Indian ,
I. .J hearing on the rail group here In organizing the County. to Jm-pb 4. vec.v atma. kitanatod ki 1.14 kaihuaa' la ai foliowa, egm111viagul. ANNE SWANN the watara al lot ,

!I I I FOR RENT roads' proposal held by an ICC Legion Auxiliary of which sheIsess :mm.1. Count, to'......., Estate% .I" NOX CHARLES 98. rain U. MOHAN. ITLEGAL GOODRICH Joined kr .her .koa. t an* f a Cautious point ra wltk a this the 141 oj* !*
city 71.
knnd. ,
I g 11111111"111I'11I111111I'1'1111I'> | I examiner In a charter member .rue Camfity to wait", O. I.... agm ., t. I'. n. L CARR1NOTON GOOD Woo of Ik* Nortk MAN a" 00 "
Jacksonville last wasa "July \RICH .... .
FOR RENT) large, electric, 2 County ta A. .. Ro.awk. noldaaoa la IIS Woo kalf *f Co Lot I of *S1,
: I J Week member of the Iteo.wt .. Raiaalda ll lk 81., Now York N Y '
; bedroom Apt across from AP. was opposed from everyangle Episcopal > rrartrtlaa.artla ADVERTISEMENT FRANK C, GOODRKH "mom roal j! Town.klp aad Baan 016" "jJJ ,
4 by vegetable producers. Io church She went north In the cltuw:; donaa la I4S, Week or 61-6 a k"
1 la Box m 11 to A:n........ NOTICE OF APPLICATION ISItk El.. Now m
"" addition he said the latter declined early spring to join her husbandat Marti* choose I* D. U ....1'.. FOR TAXI Yark NY.., THOMA9-B' 0001)- fit half. a its
24.I .
July 17. MnrUa) Coaintr to CL Mooaor at ... RICH .bAvoIdeves I. 141 Woo mad .
.. Via
York and soul No. ,03,1MOTIC11
I I I Ill to consider a compromise underwent an op Marti* : t; -" W. Matraa I mihSt., N.. York. N. Y I SALLY SoatlMl II U tka he -I

7 ; rORRENT-o office or store offered by railroad representatives eration. Although she had not c-'t; .: &h IS BEREBY GIVE). "tka JL GOODRICH' wkoa rw.l4.nc. Gas. L* I] ....
W ERWIN Stat* afrVrMa to Arthur 44* Wool IIKth" BL,, Nsw Vark..
I Is spaces In the Victory HotelArcade. which would have set the fully regained her health newsof Henry. tStiod aa< AfaaaJokn JACK. MORGAN the koldor- tka. fol N. Y.- HUBBABD OOODRICK' 4 411. ., I.

..1.1I"I"" /0' j i One at $15 the other I 'Dick") Ervin: resident attorney I total rate Increase at about $1600000 I.- her death was a shock to her Stage, Of of" Florida Plarld.. to to Very Lloyd\\I. If June.....al_vie.. floato tawina. The far Certificate a tax Sued has I*.filed ka' .laaarw aald. tkaraon. ". .i.. .. "-.New.. aoaMonoa'....... la N.14 T.mad*: West ANNE ll.lt sm or, to a"IF food

4 / at $75 per month Also framebuilding In Palatka for the State year many friends In Martin County slow of Florida to H. P. D .... 04 an laananaa*artlfleato tko" .member and roar of GOODRICH ,wkoa mldoao 1 la Ohio In a 0. it two
dn a
rlptloa af toy
I : F"t t facing Flaler Street i Road Department and former, Oraw, quoted rate' experts for 1.COLLSGX'rRZSRMLFN .Stage..,. of of Florida,,...14. to I..11710...'...-M.Eo.Gets....... .... ".,. and div. Name la) Which' the It prop am"ameld J4. .Waal Illlk 'v:, Xaw Yrk 1181 ILI$

\ I I next to Victory Hotel, suitable I I Assistant Attorney General; for the FVC and the Growers. and Son" of Flarlds to Mormami, 1)) We"'ff. Coitlflaal Oft aa M*.'.110 ItYaar _, It .la bomb. ..Am .. aad roaulrod. tknt .. I a. ..1y.is .

I 1.\ 1 for business and living Barters Florida, announced today that Shippers. Leagueof Florida ar TO HAVE RE-UNION' Of 44 J"aIts" :.;.w. So Abeam. 0: 1....._ at .loanana Suits I. '.ill!. of yon aw.alalM aad verb Iliad of roo anlnal apprar ran t*on Ika Man Mil Dead a the so .1 OroA too:

I I I $50 per month. See Carl he plan le run for the officeof stating that any !Increase present Mildred Clonts lean Parker Use& of I'lerlds to MORTtZa"im"at olugh DoaarlaUan. 4 af P TrrfU! Lat I II, dap, she Ilk day at .,.,,, 1S47, ,ta; :;Mth..ky". .01-9- 11.0 .1 -
BUIPIRNADDIT16K Dimii' Doing Who Rid
CHAnlL [ a Da t gold Month, It
-I I U ..... Phone :MO tt Attorney General subject to rail, rates would sharply restrict and Peggy Ulmer; freshmen of Pto4 T. join 44 on of Clumseve leavis part af SWU of SCUaa : i iT"wNbP 04 Ika Stuart N.w I*= ', w "%. $mmom.frame W.A.0 be illot-Ow- -16or "Mu
I ; I hi PB I. Page la Sortlo 7, as Ili. mit...... to ,
the general election the number of market In aide ?-A;
"I'll RENT 1 furnished. next year, the Florida State University will 'G- ImmulR5 .h" be fit .." living M,
11 FOR : room t* Faggot Laos lb." : 41 S.L Mobil shod a ,Oak IN 0-b 11
He will formally announce his which Florida produce could .::. Naive to .41.6it' ; olmm" --II.. _. gap alone the Iam" a
; ,4( Greased floor private bath and entertain five classmates, ,this -& -. W Ai.._-." 604 0"4& broul's dIogVmw of
I candidacy after compete with that from it. 4. smoth 06 Lag. t Was ill"The natara of the ..It nt to kara ... Ili 0
California CMoas 9
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1 I" Business diss1. I when he said he will resign. Texas and other producing elude foar'Ml&ml girls f iLsvlna Bliki il Way .Plat 0,. "to exam al flarlda. waa tko .koniaaloa. or here 6."* TW At few
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I campain. He was graduated I Rushmer and. Betty, Ann Steel SUIoua property dainrliil .ta aaak aortlfviat. Bwnnn. di.ailmtan of:;:Val 60 I miUUM
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July If, 11.I and Patricia Johnson of Lau aws at 1. 1 bidder .. Ika onri kaaoa door .. In* = CVnnt.. Ftorlda. Mid la. I"ft "
) I Florida In 1921 and ha*_bees wu at the old site of Keno Waldo.I "** DUD Ural Monday to aiantk W AUGUST; 1141 doaorlkoj a* lolkraat, JoowSt

FOR- KENT: Floor wadlnf machine SRD attorney for U ,ean. which later became the' O'Leno __ D aaaaaior Proportion. to Virginia LlaataBovaaniar wklok 1147 jf the I ,Pavrtk day fee AUGUST: .tjlns A aad tkat below lot or 1*Panama the Guiana of land, ad altaato.somm,. l be:11"I's cases 111

an4' (er. Refinish ...',.,..- ," ... I Recreation Area, a SllIle' park. Torreys State Park was selected ..' ProaarUoa t* Marry 4.lu Jews: 01 1poers% Third AW day) at $stfo. 30416 Wn.Jlata. aa
Ill your floor at reasonable rate.' Only, about 100 kinds of tree J and named for one of the Tare me! F-Pla", to< winwd F.it al : POMSROY ':* BO.I. .Hao .I ,

I I Phone 101, Stuart Hardware have !broad economic value In this Myaklcs Fiver\ State Park conMi !trees of Florid and I the. world I *"k"ADMINISTaATOBS... DEED 4 ei rlMjfJlra.l4.. Court MarUa como,-1 .,
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SOCIAL' NEWS, and- Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART News MRS.Items office MARY for this before HARTMAN paper noon must on ,Wednesday reach Society:the Editor newspaper "Ji 1 'iiUr' :1 ,11

, Home Telephone" J5-W Office Phone 300 r

VADA WALDRON CIRCLE POPULARITY CONTEST WINNER STORK SHOWER HONORS Mrs. Roscoe B. Rollins left by :where they were dinner guests : 1

C VISITBOB ENTERTAINED. TUESDAY ._ .. ... .,_ j MRS. ULMER SINGLETARY train Sunday for irrelevant, ,of Mr. and Mrs. L.'L. Halbach,' A NEW BOOK FOR ,
Mr. Charles McLane 402 South I Tenn, where she will visit her
and BROOKS Mr. Ulmer Single Ury was former Stuart residents I GROWERS
Akron, entertained the Vada ,'" '. father, sister 'and brothers fora I J'"I
'At Marine Room Bar Waldron Circle of the Baptist P" ':; honored with a stork shower Friday \ week. She then will\ go to Paris, : OVO _V, to d2w t f '
.. and Church Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. evening at the St. Lucie Ky., to spend three weeks with : Mrs. Carl Roth t and<1 daughter! {
\ Kum BackQ.. Durant Fulton was In charge of ,' Estates1 home ot Mrs. Marvin, her son-in-law and daughter Sara Lou, left Tuesday for North ;, "
You'll Kum Back. the program on "China". A social < Rowell Decorative arrangements Mr and Mrs. J. B. Clark/ and Carolina where they will visit !',: .
hour followed. Rollins will dilve to Paris O
of cut flowers used throughout son her brother who Is a captain In $NADS AND
Others present were Mrs. W. for a short visit and to bring ,the Marine Corps. P ORMA NTA1, t tSOUTH '
M. Settles, Mrs C. L. Boggess the spacious living and din \her home next month. ,. TREES fr '?j'/ I
Mrs. 1. C. Nodine, Mrs. R. O .:\ ing rooms. Highlight of the even I Mar- .1 j'I,
Sharp Mrs. A. O. Pittman, Mra ing was the opening ot assorted Mrs Helen Morris Is'' visiting Mrs McCullough droveto FLOKIDA AND CUM a {
STUARTCITY A S Blair, Mrs. H, W Munch packages of a variety of gifts. Mr.and Mrs. D. L.Miller In West Avon Park last Friday to bring (: fJ.1 '
COMMISSION Mrs J. M. Phillips Mrs Ralph j Mrs. Earl Hall and Mrs. W. D. Palm Beach for a week Shemoved home her daughter, Helen and
Merritt, and Mrs. Alice Bentel. Barker assisted the hostess In last week from the Holle-I Betsy Barr who attended the
Regular Meetings serving a refreshment course of ran Apt. to the home of Mrs. Episcopal Church summer. camp : i:: i i'f.
there 29-July
lEGION June :
AUXILIARY chicken salad .and'Y'tches, toatsea ,, Luette FUlford on Colorado Ave t
8i'00P.M.; MIETS JULY 29 : -, 1 9
nuts, COOKies and puncn Mrs. .r
j 2nd and 4th The Legion Auxiliary will meet ,i d'q ; Andrew Pittman and Mrs, Earl Mr. and Mrs Curt Schroeder,I Mis II Illllpson and win, % ,'\)11etu1.ocK '
July 29. at the home of' the president Tinman conducted games and Jr" left Monday by auto for a Dale returned last week from '11 '
WEDNESDAYSStuart Mrs. Blanche Lowrey. at contests during the evening. months Vacation in New Jersey I UmaUUa where they spent five i \
\ City Han the Holleran Apt illS South Others present were Mrs. where they will visit her father 1 day visiting relatives. p.'
Camden Ave. The continuing Melba McClung\ Mrs. John 0'- and brother. Mrs Schroeder wan :! '\
hospital project will be discussed Day, Mrs. Cressle Baker, Mrs. hostess at a two-table dessert Mn Ivan Taylor P..T.A. / :, J-:: J yMfNNINOis y
Public Welcome. and the In the ,
Always project aiding Hobson Reddish Mrs. Mary Cal. bridge Thursday at her home at ,
health chairman, reported that
Legion In furnishing the new lahan, Mrs. J. C. Anthony, Jr., 429 North Georgia Ave, ''j'
17 registered their
parents pre- "
.. home will be presented. Mrs. Herman Helta Jr, Mrs Phil '- school children with the schoolnul'8t : : ,

,; } Maxwell Mrs. Grant Leek, Mrs. Mr and Mri. E. W. Skidmore last Friday afternoon Cloth $3.SO) Paper $2.50 ''i''", j
Homer D. Hudson, Mrs. Herbert
try and daugnter}'Juuy\ and Mickey, preceding the summer clinic of Order from
Bruner, Mrs Mllcla Moaley,Mrs. and son, Paul, of Tuscaloosa, the 'j ft I
WIVIS AND MOTHERS Of DRINKING' MIK yesterday Mrs Taylor and Edwin A. Menninger"The I
I : Margaret RIngle, Mrs. Dorothy Ala, spent last week with her! nurbe! flora Mug Stanleywere ,
Delicti, Mrs. Norris Cossaboom Flowering Tree Man" f I ;
ALCOHOLISMtnimriily brother, Fred;Joss, and family assisted by Mrs Durant "
: TmM wH OM Wool .. .HMtltatUctiM. .. Mra Harvey Homlar and Mrs at their Palm City dairy farm. Fulton and Mrs. W. W Mcggett Stuart, Florida ,, ;i.1. 1
1 'WHITE CROSS HOSPITAL Vivian TaylorEPISCOPAL The trip was Inspired by the I Jr "
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w.... *M MWMMMMM winning: of a 1947 auto which ----- '
CMtrO Arm* St. Mtntm..Fto.. MEN HAVE was awarded to Mrs. Skldmore ; (
SUPPtR: MEETING TUESDAY by Bob Hope for a' prize-winn- ; t. i'
1 Fourteen members of the Episcopal Ing Jingle submitted in the Pip- Bulova Watches 4./; ;:
Mens Club attended the i sodent radio contest She has ill.,
_._ monthly supper meeting at the won prizes in )a dozen similar International Sterling \:\ "
BRANFORD'S SERVICE GARAGE -_ -- --- parish house Tuesday night. The contests but none which gave Keepsake and Woods Art Carved '
: Judy.Taylor, >, daughter of Mrs. Joseph I Sutton, won, the program conMstec ot a panel the family the pleasure which
i I GULF ,PRODUCTS feminine half of the recent baby popularity contest conducted discussion Phil Chadbourn, led by, the"Should president The, the new car-has.. Diamonds and Wedding Rings ;1 4 I;+ .

POR SALE 1937 Graham Page 4-Door Sedan here by the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Church Activity Participate In Mr. and Mrs V. V. Wolthum.
, 1934 Convertible Ford Coupe Politics and Economics?" The Jr. have had as their C. & E. WALKER ?' 0 ;, I: '
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1941 Mercury 4-Door Sedan Barbara .Stewart Represents club voted to sponsor and fin guest her sister, Mrs. John ;
1937,Packard Cabriolet ance a boy of the parish at theEpiscopal of Atlanta. Dr and Mrs.I10USl'1 Jewelers iii. ,
I summer camp at Avon have spent some winter OSCLOLA AVE. STUART' 1 jl'
t EXPERT MECHANICS ON DUTY County at Girls StateBarbara Park Bill: Steffens was named I here at the Edgewalir Apia/ : : .11 ,Ii',
Seven Day A Week chairman of a comm"tee to arrange I -e- ,; "
the program for the next: A dinner party featuring j. ,
t Located Vi Mile S. of Jensen Bridge (Stewart a senior at Girls State U aimed to producea meeting Aug. 19 Italian spaghetti, was given last IJ'r .;:' i itit"
Women of the church who Thursday evening by Mrs. Nellie Invite Your Friends ToGoddard's I'I
the Martin County High School, group of women leaders who
assisted In preparing and servingthe Pezzoni for the Rev T J. Geary '+ 1
i went to Tallahassee) Monday to will know their Government and I
supper were Miss Alice De- and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hcndrlck-
WE SELL AND DELIVER join 200 girl senior from all over understand how to apply demo- hon, Miss Matilda renum' Mrs son. Mrs. Pezzoni plans to leav Restaurant ;
Florida who will make up the cracy sanely. They opened their John Hilton Mrs. Luette Fulford next week for a month's vacation ;((!
\ MARL MUCK ROCK SAND AND first Girls State, nationwide '
conclave at the Capitol build\ and Mrs. Ted Preston. in New York City '

}, I 'SHELL by movement the American undertaken Legion this Auxiliaries year Ing where th'jr tire: : greeted by Harlan K. Corrie, archltectual Mrs. J. BSlth: of Dclray Just South of Frazier Creek Bridge on U. S. 1. :;; 'I'
.' IN ANY QUANTITYSee of the nation. State officials who pointed out student of the University of Illinois Beach and Miss Janet Clay of _
;' Barbara is the'daughter of the various offices and duties\ ol of Urbana Ill. arrived yes Boca Raton Field were weekend IT'S OUR PLEASURE TO SERVE YOU A MEAL OR ,y7. 'I
Mrs. Arthur N. Scouten 723 State operation. The girls elect- terday to spend two weeks with guests of Mrs. Blanche Lowiyy A SANDWICH. '
Osceola Ave? '"and, was selectedby will his cousin\ Mrs. Arthur Dehon, The three drove to Vero Beach r
C. F. Branford the school faculty for her ed State officers who go and' Mr. Dehon. f
: qualifications I n leadership, through a mock performance of ATHLETES FOOR GERM "
' character, courage honesty, running the State during\ this Mr and Mrs. William Archibald HOW TO KILL IT. TRY OUR COLD SALADS j ''I
Bot 74 Jensen Beach, Fla., scholarship and cooperativeness. week. Upon conclusion two can- arrived last Friday night IN ONE HOURIF ,
At Jensen Beach Gulf Filling Station The Harold Johns Post Auxiliary\ didates will be selected to go from Connecticut where they NOT PLEASED your Uc b..fc. OR
li sponsoring her to represent to Girls Nation in Washington. spent a two-month vacation at Ask.P.. '4nifl' far this., STROM.ll .....
f llcHl TI.OL. M.d. III M
-t- Martin County O. C their former home. They will <,k.k.l. H PENETRATES *<*rCM eh_ re' {
again be associated with hisSister..Mrs. .. ... kill MORE .w.. l..tar. Toil.*. TENDER DELICIOUS STEAKS } 1 ,

Mr. and Mr.. Frank Johnson Mrs. Robert :McCallum\ 'Ul expected William Chinholmat V STUART DRUG : .11
and son; Nell bf Atlanta were Sunday to spend a month the Chlsholm cafeteria __ _,_ STORED.,;.... .
with her father, Fred Stafford 'R I ------'
VENETIANBLINDS week-end guests of his mother, < /. ''IIi
| Her husband, a lieutenant Cjg.} ) j1'
Mrs. H. J. Johnson at her Os- In the Naval Reserve Is spend- ,
ceola Ave. home. A district,of- ing this month on a Navy cruise, And Now!". V.J j 11
;: I flcal of the :Metropolitan Life The McCallums have been livingat ,!
Insurance 'Company. JohnsonWill Sampson,N. Y, where he has .", .

.. r- :.-. Beach be until located the middle at West of Palm Sep they attended left Sampson Stuart two College years' since ago. : ::1 "
:_ e- A Advertised ,
HOME FURNISHINGS tember when h e probably will Nationally I! ; I"
'-"'" be transferred to Washington, Mrs Jewell Ireland was honored ,
: on her birthday last Thurs F
D. C. Mrs. Johnson Is now visit- .
ing her sister, Mrs. Cay Cogglns, day afternoon by a surprise party \
in Fort Pierce and Nell Is spend- given In her office by the Stuart\
McMillan Furniture Co. ing some time with his aunt,Mrs. News staff,The 28 employee' of ;

lib ORANGE'AVE.'FORT PIERCE PHONE 699 Fred Palm Joss City,at me, Joss dairy farmat The birthday News cake gathered, and 'around.sang the a "NAMACO"Inner \\tJ 1

birthday song. t
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'. Orvllle Scabrlng of Seabrlng : '
.. t spent yesterday In Stuart while Spring Mattress ';'Y't ;
waiting for car repairs. He visit- ,
RA: ed J. B. McDonald, former secretary .- For the Amazingly Low Price.. Of ,)fU; \
l lIOTelr I of the Seabring Chamberof \, :j J a
Commerce. and met other i Ij I
l friends at the Rotary luncheon.
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SUMMER Mr. and Mrs. J. A Brown of
Lakeland have returned home VIJ '
after visiting their sonInlawand H .
//CONVENTION HEADQUARTERS" daughter Mr. and Mrs. Earl I I'

\ .. HHman, *-k e k Balance at $1.25 Per Week. .1 i it ,

135; ROOMS 130 BATHSGRILL Joyce and Steve West arrived I' I ,
Monday from New Jersey to'join "',i;
their father Russell J. West and
COCKTAIL LOUNGE grandmother; Mrs. S. J. West, \ ,,1,1,
at their new home In Nipper* \
RADIO FLUORESCENT LIGHTING ELECTRIC FANS sink Estates West and his mot- (j "
her moved Into the new home,
Btautyreit Bed; Casement Window Venetian Bllndt purchased recently from Arthur \ .



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"I1 ( ,"Inl. 'i 9C 7e000L==:I.CIIIOCl: OCl' A DOSE OF HOME RULE
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} NE WS and(J COMMENT Reading Governor Caldwell a lecture b '
ed the sheriff of Glades county on the carpetiVS
IJ I I Published every Thursday at ec:====: oea + _.-orter. la 4I : : : to keep his records straight while' leaving himwf!f 1"

.I" jl I 4, Stuart, Martin County, Florida, I THINK the City Of Stuart ought to get its mowing machine permitting gambling in his ballwick, the Orlando See,
i s by Stuart Dally News, Inc. a In operation and mow down the grass In all the vacant wants to know how come the governor makes fish n,
'1 Florida lawland fowl of another. "Where is of' '
corporation; lots and charge the property owners a reasonable the logic;'
i t Entered aa second-class mall fee for performing such service I own a vacant lot which tinel] asks "in firing a man for failure to keen the!'
I matter at the print office at baa cost me $27 to have it leaned off thIs year f 12 the, and refusing to fire him for not enforcing other a l
Stuart, Florida! under the Acts first time and $15 the second and the darned grass is (gambling) laws?
", ''" II ; or March: a, 1879 head-high on it now, My sense of civic: pride in regard to I The logic derives from a conception cOmmonly! i. t

I"; A FREE PRESS 34 YEARS'OF SERVICE 'tr this matter has evaporated I think that hundreds of other home rule" for which Millard Caldwell has a fetid
and lot owners join me in desiring the city mower to take over argues, correctly, that Voters will never improve the b
a Tk. Must t Daily dews, wu it surdnsota : r 4xi the job. ,Colored or white labor Is doubtless worthy of it* of public officials if they stay away from the polls .1
II 3 FREE PEOPLE 1'{oi....one. vi.bli.b.4 alu..t/ TiuK j I. IM Klint..... A..ril wwA .1.-,:i 11i; f p; 'MORE OFt41AT hire, but to have to pay $1 an hour for simple weed-cho- tion day and then run to Tallahassee for redrew!!On
I 'I j t r wh.11 rill and:The the 116m.Stu.. was" M.swsrw nwa.hdstd,:: womb.. ppla' is beyond most of us. The city owns an efficient scalawags get In. The way to get satisfactory offiv*
\ t I r'. I i M.rrk I. III 17. Th* Stuart, .Dull.. N.... I ; cRAZy motorized:: grass cutter that can! do the jobs in one-tenth he maintains, is to elect them. He has taken the

r s ..-. y I Iv wuPl.d.<*ftn. ...Ortolx. f..i-mH a|>|known Hit |h.Ml Kwfc lh Il i A,1yi the time and at far less than half the cost., If the city government both in his campaign and his administration that if i ski b,
IhHIlk Hurrf_' 1MvAoVoNEDWIN .. l .1 I can't find a man in their personnel to run it, why who winks at gambling is elected.-and particularly ,
\ :'J A. IIIF.NNI1IICEII "{ tl.nenl Mahar" t t r : j j I not lease it to some private individual who could make a he is repeatedly re-elected as in the case of the GlJ

hNkaT P LvuNS...,_.,.. .. Ad-0161ne' .....War good living and perform a public service by contractingto sheriff the law enforcement policy of Ms office of
I :. ; SUBSCRIPTION RATESMr ; ttt keep lots clean. be satisfactory to his constituents.

., i, 114111, 0. Toot Ia.. Two r.... e'..01i 0BELIEVE But objects the Sentinel in the case 'the govern

i I f All vn.AM11, rbtee ...do known;;; '; '-;;";,,..., The.. ......_. ,.I-;;;;;M the florist .04 ME, this area had better get on its might books as it's well say fault to the You voters'elected"If your him sheriff; can't k
toes will be the of your
!' ? MMt nor nbM.ihnn.u. adv.rl/MmenL/ or we sitting by banks a fresh next lime i
.'' < .Tite...:;..Aa.arl.Wd, p,.... 1"" teeluswMr .uUtl.d to the use lur ,wpubiwatlun;" of nil ..... water stream as muddy as the old Missouri from now somebody who's better at figures." Bookkeeping. bJ< ,,'
I : i I. MlMBfcR: 6F1IIE ASSOCIATED PRESS on. The inundated Everglades or rather, let us ever i is something the voters can't check up on Even:
\1'e' Tb. ,_. ........ the Everglades which is county commissioners, who okay the
*MWll I ja"'oJ. n>w. yr,..04 l ,In 'IH "nowApwwt. so wan'.. all AP .... Jl.' |..uliMtMHtll ... and more land under production has utterly no none too skilled at that. So the state has'auditors! what a
AUDIT BUHfAU OF CIRCULATION' conception of our, problem of excewi drainage, into St around checking up all county officials to nee that t tin

.t' /IIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIimilllllllllllllllllllllllllllliMIIIIHH i$ $ IHIIIIMIIIIIMIimllllmilll' Lucie Canal In fairness, they can also state that don get their money mixed up, with the public, Tilt
'I'' we have little understanding of their prime Interest- auditors report to the governor who is authorized to a.
YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR which l Is to control the water for farming; but that pend those who don't: keep their records according to la\

JMHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII, / IIIIIIIILIIII11IIL.IIO, does/ not alter. the paramount fact that current plans That's what happened in Glades county After warmer
and the current "movement" iff the 'Glades!! is to get by the auditor to which no attention was paid, the gp',\',
''I I So you are under the impression it has been raining:!' the Lake level down by keeping St. Lucie Canalopenon :: nor was officially advised and the Glades sheriff notJflt! (

i. .'. Th* heavy dews we have experienced the past few weeks a continuous basis. All present plans are to pour to get his accounts in order or else.

j I t ., start folks talking about real rains that have fallen! in the I more and more water Into the Lake and out St. Lueie During the hearing the governor remarked that4<<
piiht Of course the all.time record for these parts was in ;IN THE COMICS AGAIN and Caloosahatchee Canals. The Everglades, Drain. had received complaints] that gambling was ruin, (la.i .
j, '; Hpltf'l11bpr 1924\ when}, we had 36 inches of rain here in Orvie" and "Sweeney," cartoon characters in Roy age District has not shown publicity any interest in Glades County These reports he referred to the cities i
,I : Stuart in 36 hours From the!: court house to the school was I Crane's Sunday comic strip, are now at '"'Indian Mound, diverting water from the Lake to the ocean ,through who made them, with the admonition that if they dal,
one vast lake Fourth Street was impassable and all traffic 1 lorida," about to start A farm on lands draining. into St. the other four canals which lead to the sea, but like it they could remedy matters by getting a, new sheaf!!
r was routed via Oxceola Street; to empty it into the river I I.ucie Canal. rather, it would appear, desirll'to!! lower the Lake level In taking that action he cocked an eye at the state attdrDII
'\.' necessitated digging a ditch, and the pressure was so great I "Sweeney," if you will remember, Is the Navy petty so that these canals can bring more 'water from the who shares with the sheriff responsibility for f'nforeemli;
r 'hat a :1 foot ditch in a few hours had widened to 50 feet at officer with a big heart that's always getting him into lower 'Glades into the Lake. If I am wrong on this! of the laws against gambling Should the prosecutor QnHr

\'\ the Oscar) Newman place HO that the Newman house was trouble, while "Orvie" Is a mid.West farm boy who served which I could easily be, I hope that anyone knowing the arrest of gambling house keepers and the ih<:riff (It

: undermined and fell into the roaring torrent There was ] :!along! ,with ."Sweeney: '} .as a ,Navy seaman in the Pacific differently will correct me to comply, a report to the governor would doubtless icy
I "n much rain that where Ashby Arbogast lives (there was war urvie nas just turned over the Home farm to an ,..t.-.. ,IIAm.,-...-. _Artlnn____. thAt-..-- .....-.'_'It..1..-- .frnm. ... th.'''_ _.,y\.lain;,w.,.'- '_0'.'_'''.
I a lake block] across!< There was another lake in front of 'odious juke-lovin' brother.. I MAYBE I am wrong!!, but I do not think that our zoning The governor 'has said that he will not Interfere in has
John Ihimichx house, and the ground was so saturated Well, we won't go any further if you don't know I problems are being handled correctly. It appears to me I II affairs but a state attorney elected by the people and hi
I'' Die, lake did not subside for a month ; plenty of cars got the comic strip it doesn't mean anything-but if you do it I that size of a structure or the amount of money spent on local jurisdiction which the governor would ricnfrnitt.(
r drowned out trying to negotiate its depths. The tennis 'most certainly] means that Martin County's Indiantown j I it Is not near so important as the attractiveness of the structure When the people of Florida elected Caldwell as |M
t court pond was no full that it overspread the surrounding area is going to receive considerable national publicity. In my way of thinking, one man my spend $10,000 ernor they elected his policy of leaving local maltentJ
I' I 'area for two blocks : the old hospital was isolated by water 'I The locale will not be at all difficult for Cartoonist committing a piece of architectural mayhem, while another local officials subject only to such supervision IU state hi
I' for two weeks so that Dr. Parker made his calls !by boat 'I I I Crane inasmuch as he Is i associated with a group of Or. may take half or even a third the same money and makes mandatory, as In the case of audits From big 1Dad>
"f Brethren, THAT was what we call rain hereabouts1! Don'tIII' t Hndo men interested in the farming possibilities of the In come up with something which has appeal. Stuart badly to little Glades he has told the citizenry that local policy)
i be upset by the light mists that have been with us the past diantown area. needs housing in the realistic small cottage bracket, andI their responsibility. In essence that Is "home rule,' j

i it few Weeks Of course! if our roof leaks, better have it !I Which causes us to philosophize that this Is a wonder.] I think we should do everything .possible to encourage It. doctrine which wins overwhelming support whuufulis i
i fixed in anticipation of more rain later. 'i ful world in which Manager H. B. Kraft and the Cham i e put to a vote of the people. Governor Caldwell has give
\ )I( ber of Commerce can be fatefully responsible for two DON'T SELL Stuart short There are a number of it to them in a manner that ought to bring home to voter\

I \ \ I see by the papers that In the town of Riviera last I fictional characters visiting these ''hyar parts. It seems interesting developments\ coming up., We are approaching that the polls is the place to register their, romplamti :
: week there were 29 cases on the police docket, of which I only a short while ago that Colonel Kraft helped the Or. !; first-class post office status,.and certainly
: r :20! were arrests for speeding through the town. Let this :I; lando men establish the site of the Howard Fertilizer should] again resume a campaign to get a post office DON'T STOPI-!

I I" net warn you, when you pass through. Riviera, temper I Company' plant at Indiantown and they in turn brought building The purchase of Edg.Riva by Robert R. 1 Looks like West Palm Beach and the Miami For
r ( jour enthusiasm with discretion. ;' Crane and others into the picture with the capable assistance Wason of New York, chairman of the board of the Lauderdale area are about to pitch a fight O'r'h} ret'
'I of "Mac" Saunders of Indiantown Development National Association of Manufacturers, and its pro- I.'the fresh water from Lake Okeechobee.So .

i ,,1 Marion E. Stevens call my attention to the fact that I Company. nosed development will add another attractive residential i- I far as we are concerned in Martin County, if"
I article< "What is a Friend ?" that was printed an I We suggest that "Mac" give "Orvie" a copy of Marin section. And, of course, the'! recently launched may be pardoned the paraphrasing, like the girl gettiel

I rn: this page some weeks ago, was a quotation anonyrpously from "Tha : County agricultural booklet and "Sweeney we Are ,,effort to secure a direct route to the ocean beach kissed who said; "Don't! Stopl Don't Stop," thpm' 011
,," e Caiden of the Prophet" by Kahil Gibrau. And ahe fives I sure, would be delighted with a Fishing Guide presented if successful will double the size of this town and sentiments.It .
yj m. another quotation from the I personally by the Colonel. t its'real value. In our ardent and fervent hone that these' rid
'1'l i" appealing note: name work, that -has..,an I This is the second time to our meagre! knowledge that I metropolitan areas succeed In getting all the water 'Inn

.,i Tin* tad ti tmilifr, Speak to us Martin County has "hit" the national comic pages, the THE F.rj.C. should] get a vote of thanks for cleaning up the Lake Okeechobee. West Palm Beach had better watch out
of teaching
I l' Ami he bald: I I, first being a Sunday page showing! "Smilin Jack by parkways along the tracks through town last week. Whata though, or Miami will get the most. of it. Those felkv'
''I lY :I No nun can renal to ought. lut'llial which lit Stuart's resident cartoonist Zack Mosley, having a high difference! It is a grand follow-up (that the City and the down there are mighty grabby. Unless Miami in otli
I J': t half slap/ in the, duu'ning; / of you /hum If tiff, already s old, time at The! Lighthouse Park Board plan to take over the permanent landscaping l toes and really goes to town on this deal the Resource Development
:.rSt ", TIe feather ulio wn/At/ In!your tIe, tlnultu. the The News welcomes "Sweeney" and "Orvie," "Orvie' and care of these areas. Board and the Port of Palm Beach will hall
: of / ,
; hit temple" among/ especially He's just the kind of young dirt farmer we IL I.. a bigger, wider and deeper canal and will snag off .d
J followers. 1 giiei:" not o// I has, uivlum, lint rather. of l lilt faith and
t lot,Ingneu need around here to make Martin County pardon, us, --...,. (only the fresh water which should rightfully vote Mum
we mean "Indian Mound, Florida"-grow like sixty, A FORWARD STEP I but also all the trade and of waterborne frtijH
If 'IIP b indeed wile lie duet not l lid you enter I the/ hose of 'lilt .... .-. -- commerce '
7 I);"4, 'I" u kdom, lint rather leads you to the thrediok/ / ) of !your own mind' THE UNPALATABLE TRUTH The Stuart News has been accepted as member of the from the area. kt
I We regret to report that the Miami crowd has pu
I j The astronomer' ilIa1f'I1k! to !you/ of lib, understanding of Audit Bureau of Circulations, national agency which certi )
.:.. ,. Apace; (1",1,1', cannot /!/ICr'HI/ 'his,; I/ml"'allllili/' / The people of the United States have reached a point Pies as to the actual paid circulation of newspapers and no; some pretty, snide remarks about the West Palm sort Bead i
us } effort. No true Dade Countian should take the
'-=nn TVffTfiiiFiii/ { may' slog to '/01101 f the rhylhm, uhkh, if in all herethey must face facts. We have been taught to look complimentary copies or checking copies are counted _' In *
.f! I I. \1/l/f'e/ bill lie ('QlIII''W/ you the. tar It'hh h arrests the( rhythm,, nor upon our country as a land of inexhaustible resources. We This is a forward step. It means that we pay to secure I thing that's being passed around undercover' (down
t, I. the t oln that erliiviilAnd / / have lived in sort of a dream world created by our own for our advertisers a regular check by an outside Palm Beaches these day .
agency to
t'I\ ,I he who h teased in tin science of nnmlien ran tell nf theregloni wishful thinking, We have been told by so-called eco- of our net-paid circulation. From a newspaper point of Don't get us wrong, boys T- we're going to sit fe

j I I / n\\ weight/( and measure, but lie cannot conduct you/ ilnllier, nomists that wages could be raised almost indefinitely ,view it means that any advertiser can turn to his ABC fight out with our arms folded while this aria loses
!i For the' thin of one man lends not /lit u Inpt/ to anvtltet man' without an increase in the cost of livIng. We have been records and* be absolutely certain how' many papers we precious fresh water assets Don't expect any nppositwtrom ?

1 I \ : And even as each one'" of you slant) ah,ne /In fix// knoidedge' "" '! told that we could go in debt almost indefinitely, on the print how many are read in the town of Stuart in Martin us, You and him fight. We'It do the cheenij'
I : of Cod and In his "l1lmialld/lI// / of the earth theory that when government borrowed from the people County, in Florida, and in other States. Whatever you do, don't stop

I I Ij it was not really a debt because the people merely owed There's no kidding about Stuart'' News circulation:
j Here is a newspaper classic written by May .Frink the money to themselves. We will be glad to furnish the ABC breakdown to any advertisers ARE YOU A PROCESSIONAL CATERPILLAR
't I ''j' ('onverse m 1923 in the Wellsville (Kansas) Globe, and Now we face the Frankenstein we 'have built. We desiring to analyze it 'There Is a variety of caterpillar called the "pl'OC&Fad<
I : tic I 'I correctly titled have found that more wages for leas production per man ABC circulation is guaranteed paid circulation. No monal caterpiller" which always walks in long lines.nail

n' ,,' I r f TilE EDITORS BEATITUDES raises prices enormously. We have found that when we complimentary copies or checking; copies are counted Insect cosely follows the one Just ahead.' The great W

t Btr/Md/ are the merchauti/, who" atlt-frti-ie/ became they! "believe loaned money to ourselves in the form ,of government only those backed by $3 per year on the barrel head. Fabre, once saw some of them marching, around *
t t r' ,fa'' l in It and their business' for their prosperity, shall! increase. ,10111fold./ / bonds, interest on that money has to be collected in taxes -. bottom of a large stone urn in his garden.. Chucklm,N
!1 Blessed/ are the' country' correspondents, who/" tend In their well/ and paid I. to ourselves this in turn adds greatly to the WE NEED A STUART FOLDER I found others of the same kind and filled up the Then!lap k
I .' i written' /firms week their/ fORt 01 liVing. tween the tail and the head of the procession
I firnj for tome (of friendly nelpfitmhoad'
I shall. e<, abroad M the' land. General Eisenhower has now told us in plain language! The other day we spoke! to a woman from a Northern watched to see what they would do. .
,I Blessed b tlie woman' who/' tend In a uritlert/ account of t that with the.present condition of the world, it Is possible! State- who was anxious to get a year 'round home here The caterpillars went on, each following the one J Just reel>
J party or uediling, for she'' shall, see the detail of the 1"11I'1GIIII/ we will be in another war within 12 months. She had not been well, and her physician had advised her front They walked around Fabre'a urn for almost ?
the names of her guest correctly repot ted There is only one way the people of the United States "to locate on the East Coast of Florida, particularly at -he calculated that they must have' covered more !than I'

i1 i Blessed are those u ho ilo not expect tlie. editor to 'know n>ery' can save themselves, As workers we must learn that an Stuart .or within 20 miles of Stuart. I mile of distance I donobt I'\'
increased income The City of Stuart has no folder Qr circular outside of Leaders are fine They are necessary Rut
f ; I fining, but oho call ami t"lIlt/m/ when an 'interesting/ > event occurs can only be made permanent through !
? ti them'' for they. ihall/ have a newsy paper In /their' lint'nRlrsifit Increased production per man; we must learn that only by the Fishing Guide, which of course is not a city advertIsIng a processional caterpillar: following along behind soroeoi

are they I wino" get their coiiIn eirly, for they/' shall work and saving and economy can we maintain a solvent proposition, but advertises.. the sport fishing, of. all Mar ahead Of you without knowing where he may )Ipad'oJ to tit
ocnijni/ uarm place in tlif editor', heart government, I I.e., save the money we have "loaned" to ourselves tin County. Use your own Initiatives Look around occasionally
b Bletted are those" who cooperate with the editor jn ,hit/ efforts! It makes no difference whether we allow extrava. The City should, in ,our opinion, have such a folder where you're headed, and If you have Ideas of your cw fps
i in "behalf of the community/ for their lawn shall/ be known far OM"ltl..a. gance in government or extravagance in our families designed stressing! particularly health and retirement break out In'a, new direction. It's better,to make |6
y a good place In tdilrh to / either will destroy our savings and capital.] We must all possibilities in this wonderful ]location.MODERATION mistakes than to be a processional .eaterpillar..Mal'1" J
1 Vr learn that in a world economy largely devoted to a race Thomson In Your Life t 1o -

., Grover King!! was fishing' at the canal lock the other I for military supremacy and to the quickest and most ef- NOTE = oG
oC= oo
tt day, hooked a black bass got so excited that he lost his ficNjjt means for destroying the human race we must. be The House of Murphy, Beverly Hills Calif. a famous ==oraoooaolrl:

balance and fell into the drink 14 feet deep He managed prepHWrto protect ourselves. West Coast eating place, prpminently displays the follow. Letters To The Editor ,
to scramble out, carrying his. pole with him, and he Today we are like a giant who, has become soft due ing injunction : "

t I landed the bass that had caused all\ the trouble This Is to his own excesses. Unless we correct our method of liv "It is all right to drink like a fish Dc==:-o: =o ::::::::: oleagff. ==:mos 30I==OC, *
printed, not in the fishing news column but in the editor's ing, we are simply inviting trouble. We have had our If you drink what a fish drinks." ,1,
l sanctum where feats of perseverance are ]lauded, and stick. warning. We ''have /seen the inevitable results of policies PARCELS FOR BRITAIN i
to-it-Iveness in endowed with high praise. We have pursued. Are we intelligent enough to correct CANDID CAMERA --r- Editor I have Stuart Kewi-: about ,eI7"V 1
our errors? for the past two weeks questioned
E.A.M, "Henry, the little woman reminded, "it's: high time came In contact with aa to what goods may be most welcome n<''t

;f a --- -- GOOD FOR AILS you hd your picture taken again." for the Information of those persona In the Stuart area who
for faoreII-
except one thing
After Henry replied, tending parcels over and I Hit hereunder those moat
sending a parcel to European relatives "
4,11 a "And what is that. '
very asked
Manager II B. Kraft of the Chamber of Commerce grateful letter was received with this paragraph t "If "The fact woman: order of preference: 4
f reported this week that he has just received 40 inquiries I can, please send more pills. We didn't know what they I have explained Henry wearily, "that whenever 1-Cooking fat of any d..crlption'and. butter I j f
,my .picture taken it ]looks
like '
f the Martin I I.was having }-Rice. J j
jr on County resort possibilities from subscribers were until Cousin Lempi came-she has studied English picture taken.-Camera my i iI
it to Forbes Magazine of Business, and more are coming in you know-and read the name for us. Then we gave them : Canned meats and bacon ,'f.
{ daily Of particular note is the fact that inquiries are all to Uncle Paul who has been suffering from rheumatismand "An'American -r-Sugar. M>
all from top-flight business executives. he feels much-batter now. He it is the beat I worries his hair gray to see that Cocoa, coffee, tea and canned milk can now be obtainedIn
says medicine no typographical mistakes of >I II *
"The magazine said, "ran a news paragraph he ever took. The pills are called Life I appear pn the pages of his sufficient quantities for the people to earry on, but any
$ about Savers.-Pare. I publication. The Chinese! editor\ is wiser than that. lie to 4 would be U sending v
t availability of our Fishing Guid as part of its ant R., wants to leave his a Gotbend I mention this because {
regular business service to executives." t reader the supreme'satisfaction of dis thing, it would be beat to send what Is most needed t I Io
All that ties in. Bulletins on recreation are Just an [SQUEEZE PLAY' covering a few typographical mistake for themselves." .,BWJA10N FOX.
The '
Edgar (Neb) Sun.: 1an44
l important to busy business men as technical booklets on The bashful young couple very much in love, were ,I a BragW-on-ea:En8 ;
how to make their businesses more efficient. to board I < U
trying a bus that was jammed. "The
dime novel is not extinct G
And of course. Martin County is appreciative of "Reckon we can squeeze in bare be 'S.150" The III. Its price may"simply] ; PAD'S SHARE: J
the fact that friendly gesture on the part of Forbes Her reply was "I think we had ,better' wait until we Quincy (. )'*Record.* "Federal statistician
Magazine, will rebound to our benefit through bringing get home, don't you, dearT "Some people out t $60J.35 a terto buy el.**** for,4 family of five .J
a high type of visitor here. carve a career others find chisel sum on the right.of the uMd for, father,.
Winter > j
i I Haven Herald ing easier. :The Gate City (IS. ,:P) Guide. Ptgeland''( C.) JourwfT _;' ::

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VISIT, albums, catalogues, stamp-story 1 could, and probably would never property by the proposed exchange ,( '

BOB and BROOKS DOWN theSTREET pamphlets, watermark detectors COURT OPINIONIN DuPont Estate Will Fight onTo realize any 'profit That how of securities It would result k

Al Marine Room,Bar and perforation gages along with II ever, would be a small matter In an Investment profit to

an<{ several hundred odd stamps of Keep FEC Railway Reins compared to the Ireparable Injury the Coast:; Line ot $20,500000 on '
,Kum Back Bar-B-Q. beautiful hues, each with a dU- to the residents of this sec- the reorganization valuation and '
You'11 Kum Back.' ferent story of the world history lion of Florida and the patronsof $32833000 on the ratt-malclng J
hold a fascination that only The duPont Estate hat announced majority conclusion, I would the Florida East Coast Railway valuation ''The Coast Line would

I 1111111111111111I1111I11111111I111111111I1111I/ I I I I I s / By MARY HARTMAN the Initiated can appreciateTHOSE REVISION URGEDTallahassee that it will "resist to approve a plan which in Its make this tremendous profit at {
THERE'S ONLY ONE REASON BUTTON COLLEC.. I the full extent of Us ability" the main features, Is substantially 'On the other hand the CoastLine the expense of and against the) f
Refresh! YourselfVhcn TIONS which Mrs A. T Ho,. decision by the Interstate Commerce seeks to rompel the bond- will of the FEC bondholder, e'3
why X: dislike hobbles and.col I. Seth and Mrs Ivan July It Because as proposed by the examiner .
Out Our"Way' Taylor have -- Commission turning over holders to surrender to it their without having mad any Investment
\ lectors Everytlme J see*one I garnered from ever the world Of the many Constitutional questions i the F.EC to the Atlantic CoastLine This would permit the prop- property valued by the Interstate and having taken no t 1''

want to start a smllar collectionor during a lifetime ef recording Involved Governor Cald- Railway erty, to be reorganized The Commerce Commission at, risk But a situation of much 1' !

EARL'S50DA else give the hobbyist every events through the stories ef well has been advised to ask:' "We are fully confident of result of the present report In $40.500,000 In reorganization and greater Importance to the people, 'Mf tFa
thing I own which would buttons have kept me from the Florida Supreme Court for Irv
complete victory, stated Trustee Is at $52,833,000 for rate-making of the East Coast of Florida lathe {
to the variety of his collection throwing away many a useless an opinion I te: If at all, toappoint I Edward Ball In a summary of my judgment, more likelyto purposes, plus $10,120.000 of the fact that through such a
SHOPfOUNTAIN Domestic'' duties suffered over assortment For there are ; School Board the status of the controversyJust be prolonged litigation: ,* bondholders accumulated cash consolidation the Atlantic Coast

the 'week end and those yellow cans and boxes at home which members under the new school | made public "We regret exceedingly the In exchange for stock and bondsof Line would for all practical purposes -

DRINKS hibiscus grafts are still In thewlI.ter my mother saved >Ifor no special law The duPont Interests! charge duPont statement says 'that the Coast Line which have a get a complete monopolyon it
because ota new set of reason, I guess) and when Attorney General Tom Watson that the Atlantic Coast Line this plain business matter, of present market value of approximately shipments originating from
ANDWICHES & COFFEE I five them to ; In opinion to the Gov-
grandchild an
stamp collector supplies which my
only entered the picture after $28000000 plus $4125- points on the Florida East oCast
ren to play with I remind ernor said that the Legislaturewvidentlr tremendous Importance to the
INDIANTOWN FLA. arrived to start our young son in am
the F.E.C reorganization had 000 In cash. If the Coast Line Railway to JfelntSi North and
iiiiiiimmiiiHiMiiiiiiiiiMiiiimiMiiiii.' .. the footsteps of his. .daddy ,The ed or childhood dresses, college Intended for the new been effected, when the FJE.C entire East Coast of Florida. has were permitted to acquire this West of Jacksonville, s !+ .t i ii
my brother i districts to be created. In some had accumulated operating profits u result of Senator Pepper InJecting -- i.
army uniforms and 59 counties now having only
yes, even
ef approximately $20,000.000 himself In the case, de- I i
Rooms my mother wedding dress ;three-men school boards, withinsix FREE PARKING
LIST Apartments and Rental
your -and that the Atlantic CoastLine generated Into a political mat I'
THOSE UNIQUE: DOLLS of month, and the vacancies
Down Town
with Right
Homes us. ter In II.n'apparent attempt
plan "would give control of by
Susan Hall's have tempted me to then to be filled by appointment.
the Senator to obscure the merits Fill Up With Gasoline and Park All Day If You Like
RARE the FE.C: to the Coast Line
FULFORD: buy every doll baby I've But, he said because the new
ever seen In a store .. I have I boards will have the right to Issue "without Investment by the or the case and resort Instead to SINCLAIR LOU BRANCH 4

i cC-at.af-U, I to hold myself to keep from bonds, borrow money and Coast Line of one thin dime Improper. political lobbying and STATION Olive Gyp. MSSJlfyj:: : f
spending money I cant afford otherwise exercise Constitutional Citing results of prior hear- tog rolling. Many charges and West Palm Beach Florida ,
DINING SELLING RENTING And her Aunt Sue Dugans accumulation authority and to settle all uncertainties ings at which sentiment strongly !responsible[ statements have 4s
PROPERTY: MANAGEMENTWrite of pitchers makesme the Governor should favored the F.E.C..' the du- been made We do not think It

P, 0 Box No 4 look twice at every pitcherin have an opinion from the State Ponts are charging that "the appropriate\to review them with

321, North Colorado Avenue a gift or curio shop It Supreme Court on the subject i plan or reorganization promulgated one single exception. Senator CLARK'S PAINT SHOPOVER
Photo 317 I happen to meet an author I The office of Martin County I by the Interstate Commerce Pepper has charged In substancethat ,
': Stuart first think of talking him Into School Superintendent Roscoe Commission In a 6 to .4 the Alfred L duPont Estate
; Florida an autograph of anything hes H. Rollins reported that Jan decision, with two commissionersnot has already made $20000000 A&P STORE ON 4TH STREETWe

written so It can go on that shelf 1, IMS has been set as the dead participating proposing the profit on a very small Investment are prepared to handle any type Job i
; of Ruth Hall's. She finds such line for creation of this county consolidation of the Florida East In Florida East Coast Railway
Joy In adding to her collection two additional school districts Coast Railway with the Atlantic Bonds This statement like AUTOMOBILE PAINTINGLET

... It's Here I ASSORTED COLEUS have although the State has urged Coast Line Railroad Is contraryto many others made by Senator US MAKE THE OLD CAR LOOK LIKE NEW
become ef next that this be done before the Pepper In connection with the
the I a hobby my the law and facts Is contraryto NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL
I noor neighbor Mrs. L. C. special county election In November the wishes of the people of Florida East Coast Railway. Is
WEBSTER WIRE RECORDER Moore. If I saw one In your I to choose three new the East Coast of Florida, u grossly Inaccurate. Estimates Submitted Without Obligation (
I yard unlike any she has I 'School Board trustees to replacethe over-whelmlngly expressed In "The facts are that we bought
couldn resist pinching off present nine. W. R. CLARK, Proprietor Ii
a the record, Is unfair to the employees .
SEE. 'JT' -, .' HEAR IT I slip to take to her. I never The two additional School of the Railway and unjust these bonds in the. open market r
Come In For A Demonstration see a bamboo that Is new to Board members will be electedIn to the owners of the bonds, at prices fixed by the sellers. We '
at me that I dont Immediately next year's general ballotingand who are In fact, as previously have made no profit on them for 1 t
wonder if Dorothy Blnney efFort mill not take office until
held by the court and the the reason that the earnings ol =
BARTLETT BROS. Pierce has one. She has Jan 11949. Rollln office stated mission, the of the com- the East Coast Railway are held where 1 sit Joe '
owners property ; I
collected them from ever the The present members are A. A. This by the Federal Court pending rom _6y j, ;,
317 OsceoU Arc. Phone 209 world and I visited her ham.. Hendry, Jr.Dr. J. D. Parker and position la entirely
If the
confirmed by the dissenting reorganization bondhold
mock place on a Stuart Garden O. D Hataway.AUTHORITY .
( Club pilgrimage Mrs Gert. opinion of the four members of ers are permitted l to reorganizeand -J
rude Peterson ef Miami has CITED the Interstate Commerce Com operate the Florida East ( Sam Helps with

spent her life gathering ferns Tallahassee, July 11 The mission as expressed In the following Coast Railway as an Independent
and her large herbarium became Commissioner of Agriculture, excerpts from the dissent railroad, we expect to retain the DishwashingDropped .1
Art Metal FILE'Sfor I a show place for horti.. Nathan Mayo, Is the only officer as written by Commissioner Ma- the securities of the Florida EastCoast
culturist. authorized to make rules and haffle: : Railway permanently, It I

THESE SHELL COLLECTORShave regulations governing dairies The Atlantic Coast Line .this railway and Its accumulatedcash 1 1j. In st the A rn.lhJ's and the mrallim. chores Is sort tf 0 I

Durability..Quietn! C . brought the life of the seato and milk plants, according to Is a stranger seeking to acquire should I be handed over to just the other Ttnini--snd there a bond between them. like ahai '?

r the attention of everyone. Begun Attorney General J. Tom Watson From the standpoint of j. the, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad, I vas Sam.out in the kitchen with I. Inc that friendly glass' of .beer U.) rl
of In a small way-and con- priorities It cannot be considered Senator Pepper proposed. we 4\
East his minus wish
Operation helping get her, when the work ia dime. It*
tinued to satisfy a growing curiosity I to have a rank superior I tl r.u.p: : dishe (And then I one of those little important I: I ; j
-museums have been formed world. Besides a lifetime of Joy to that a Junior creditor or a
learned later hed helped cook the things In marriage.
by collectors uniting their different for the collectors much valuable stockholder would have. Perhaps Economy Roofingand
O specimen. Rollins College scientific Information has come It should rank lower. And supper. too.) From where I sit, the time that '

now boasts the largest shell out of the study of the species any right of a Junior creditoror Sheet Metal I Of course, Sam could have .... a man and wife can spend with '1' t
collection under one roof In the6665TOP5" MRS. CORA GOEHRING into favorite chair each this '
O a stockholder to participate 314 Orange Ave. Ft. Pierce tied his en. other In busy world today
i3r Our neighbor for 20 e.rs11 In the assets of this bankrupt Joyed hn evening glam of beer Is all! too precious And the more ,' :'
now making her home with her estate exists only If the senior Barrett Approved'ROOFERS' : and left all the messy kitchenwork things they can do together" the

J.Art Metal Director FilM daughter In Raleigh N C. obligations are satisfied In '' to Dix e, But he kind of likes her better.Coprniln i

load UM W-. She writes from Lancaster, cash or securities having a company and he In turn eerUinl .
0 an may
I C3 Pa, where she went to visit 1 ; i
Metal value equal to their face appreciate his help. qf
vantages that Art > !
101.1.,101 S .FEVER her son s f.mllIn time to seethe !9ce
Nor for amount .. ." All types of Built-up Roofing
has developed la s half .. ; ; I fact the housework!
o.w cli ntep : ...._ grandson, Reeves, Jr.. Cash and securities Asbestos Shingle Tile. 1. sharing
century of building fine c.- u.ia graduate from high school. In* 11.II1
p a offioa/ equipment la steel! !. J.oT:; ;, .';:: a new, cldently, be won two gold here provided which have a! Phone Ft. Pierce 192

..r .s In this mnpleu line u snU medals for scholastic honors value less than half the face r- .1947 United Swell BrnteriFamidalKmi
amount of such claims do not i
foe bu.insesaaed.a .. I badn mentioned hobbies
wary to her but this letter says: He meet this test. If the Atlantic
v has a hobby of collecting firearms Coast Line is 'to acquire this
and minerals' Loves to property it should be as resultof .
RTE prowl In antique shops which making the highest and best
are plentiful here He and I bid at a public sale at which ,
were looking for antique plates other bidders, Including the
M" for Bee Beatrice Is her granddaughter -* bondholders of the debtor but/he
Compare| the Director Files with any other file on the who Is a wire operator have a chance to compete." per/hinf Illde lays

market In these Art Metal files are found Area progressive Ih for tbe New York Stock "Aside (rom what seems to ON s.

ball.Wing suspension t, l friction clutch aide lock compreturs *- Exchange me a fatal defect In the report,
ill I HAVE A PLATE which Is 57 I think It wrong on the merits
,and heavy gauge, steel welded construction. work< years old It has been junk The principal controversy before -

Art Motel! file can Bpeed. the handling of Tour filing for a long time at our house butI us la whether the public BIG-CAR QUALITY 4.

how drawer lizel keep It because has molded Interest will be best
See the Director file'for )yourself >t> observe served bymll.klnll
Into the center of it a photograph -
this property a part of
glide effortlessly at the slightest touch See why it run of my mother's first baby the Atlantic Coast Line system >

smoothly after a teat operation\, of ever 500,000 cycle 'i boy who died In Infancy It Is or by permitting It to remain ,1 ...
about seven Inches In diameter independent of railroad
STUART DAILY NEWS, INC. with lacey edges Into which Is control. On that Issue much I /A afI
woven a silk ribbon (the original)
Office Outfitter of Information tied Into a bow, Naturally, it is testimony was taken. Extensive
were filed and argument F
not to be used for serving food
Printer & Stationer- I Real Estate) Insurance I'm tempted to send it to Bee heard The lasting majority two decide days was the I

Stuart, Florida Phone 300 Write er See : but one of the granddaughter Issue In favor of the Atlantic
may treasure It as a family heir-
Coast Line, I submit that
sales agent, for JOHN E. TAYLOROsceola j loom and collectors Item someday the great preponderance of
Single items do not seem
STEEL I Bid,. Phone UU to give me the ,thrill that the the pertinent testimony Is to "
Art Metal" OFFICEPMENT STUART I collection doesBOQUETS the contrary The views of / Y.'II like rhos 'I-Cot
the .
ARK INSPIRING persons served by the railroad performance r ,
YourYou'll n (ike that Big-Car tfylinfl
the persons dependenton
Like all other WORK,this dally 'j "
--- for It for a livelihood, and of like' You'll find It fun to drive s new !
questioning of yon like the long, low lines of the new Chevrolet You It I Chevrolet There and '
news items gets monotonous those who own Its securitiesall the look of massiveness and turdinwa. That big, beautiful to in the only; power Valv*-i in-Hud pep j
But when we are remindedof have to be very largely disregarded Un steel body w by Fisher, you know-th* only Body by Fisher Enginespare a popular- ;
West Palm Beach Directory the Joy that li spread ever. in order to reach the In the low-one field I priced: thatAnd Chevrolet: quietcomfortable
se many miles by the finished i rmirt-'hugging way ofTMsyou'll
product new enthusiasm l to doing I Ie so restful-so relaxing, I

WHEN IN WEST PALM BEACH born for, each weeks work tow/, 4'

THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE Mrs. Coebring says, "I have ; I 1 re''
subscribed for tbe News sinceI n But your greatest thrill will.
19JJ.m1m!! !! com when you find out
left Stuart. Can do without .
.... Moose TO sae roas HAW THO.R column'.nd. that Chevrolet la the"loweatprtcd -
: 'It. I enjoy every l \ line In it* field ,
ROOFING CO.ROOPtNGSNLET cant wait until It eomw. It and the line that coats toss ? i I Ii
Is a friendly paper and Stuarta IS I tOOTsUB Ml for ga*, oil and upkeep alit i
METAL friendly town 1 can face a EFFECTIVE TIEATMEXT FOI Chevrolet the one car that t tai
HLUING-Vun'tLATIIfG, hundred people here and know 'v.e you o-Car Qualityat

\ I O r lT=A';:; OPTOMM.d otrvRBADCOCK'S IBTe WATW'aoo'l.ftG not knew one _nearly While everyone In StuartI Itm.kea ATHLETE'S FOOTS Lowest Cost)

.-0 ens P-a4tlr le r.a..e saw feewreat
'like those
a big difference to be nwnl.e ......,.......... 3.N Nor' ... Y.'II ig-Cer:
: planted la a new locality, ,' raw MM ..... wNO .wear mess Ara6e'as'e Chevrol.t' packed with features. that YetI'U like our
I thousand of oar ..,
Probably a IF.* .e wets3n araws sl .
tbu Blo-Car comfort and
aNt safety
former ..... service' toot
subscriber are yew .ass. o asdw p r lift se eMd Anr- '
512 Clematis St.' "'" acquaintances away from .....,No aesl, .em".N- 4-n- Poeitlve.Aclion Hydraulic Brake., rot r 2p Says-
example,with exclusive design features -!for the way It keeps 1
owls Manes d w..k.t or
home Yea are doing them\ a ae
Furniture real favor when phone er seer ms between es was a ew bM lot safer, surer .lopI. Unitized Knee- your ,car .trl'o.: bestAction
and yen
Houae- Furnishings send is the newt! of your family I Tho nUmlna -...-.... J 10 >.k.na,...'mr.dw I lit for Instance, that adds liability slf Drive the" r'andand AT

and friends. Ml el torw eS$/ Wf HVB dON ease of steering as well so riding regul.riy.'oomo O
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,; \' UNITS Drained by the' canal: the clearing than hat bees
111'\' VISIT ESTABLISHED Sub-Tropical Everglades National Park Has Rare water level in the underground for use. hn

'I'i i "I BOB and BROOKS With units established In 173 I reservoir fell and shrink Wind

..I At Marine Room Bar_ cities throughout the country: ] from the coastline, where 'saltwater

'\ I; :I Ii.\ !r fl l' Kum Back and BarBQ.You'll Volunteer the Navy Civil Reserve Engineer has practlc-Corp: Wildlife, Was Last Home of Florida Aborigines : took: its place in the honeycombed

Kum ally completed: the organisation-j reck. "
ill\ al phase of IU post-war train- Geological: studies within ,tile J
; 1 r !liig program. From now on, the southern; tip of Florida belongs to the banks of stream or doze on In wet seasons some ef this I I I past tight yean showed what
all the of the United States. It has been made their bank forced ft* through
\ r'hl'l" I people part I I water way j was happening to the Kvergladei -
: of the national heritage through formal establishment of THRu-t: North Amerlc. -' the out sand-filled: channels: I" led'
ALL These to measure to
\1 : Jones Well Drilling and Plumbing the Everglades National Park. .'. poisonous make live In this topped with mack: These are i
i The 1,226,000 acres: of land and ears and eyes of sheila, was I wUderneas. In the water can the "transverse glades" which: 1 counteract the
Quick Service We try .to please water in the park-to be extended found near one of their mounds be found the oottonmouth moo- nourish' much of South Florida's I' creation of the Everglade: Rational iiou YoU CRACg up
{ time
you I .. Park came Just m
,' later to more than 2,200,000 casin.; Dry plneland is the home winter .vegetable crops.DettII X p enrol of you, ,; ,,. '
hl'l" Inquire at to forever a part of the
, I 'I .\ acres: -are part of the only subtropical LITTLE IS KNOWN of their o of the rattlesnake. Deep hammocks Farmed i preserve of ble.keep"srsnms
349 W. 6th St. region In the United dally life An archeologist, seek United States unlike any other. 1 Any aeeneg dfkveq
are the home of the black- The' general flow of the water ea?
: /, : \ SYDNEY JONES States. Its unique beauty will be ing clues in the wilderness, near- banded coral: make, the most was sooth and west, toward I WATER abb.saiWce needing sn1 mee.ce. ,f0
r! l{ P, O. Box 1043 PHONE 292 Stuart, Florida" I preserved intact. ly got caught In a panther trap I deadly of all. Cape Sable which might be IS AWARDED DEGREE: aye.arg aoanol los,wes..b bh (
set modem Inhabitants.
Roads and water trails will by In the hammocks too live called the delta of the Ever- Dag. Cool 'amt...La w mw
"'f "u be built carefully through the Many Animals harmless green tree snaked and glades. I Malcolm 8 Tan de Water son os'ebb eat foolproof, arks 4
park so that visitors from every For panther, deer and black tiny lizards whose throat puff Much: la thin there. The land of Mr and Mrs.: D. O Van de hdj.amt wow 4
" <{ .State and from foreign countries bear live \\fi, this part of the park. ,out in an orange bubble when within the new national park is Water of Stuart was awarded JltyuHoir Repili
TILTON'S SUNDRIES may come close to trees, flowers Sea cows: loll In the streams they're excited. If they venture literally good for nothing except 'the Associate: in Arts degree at IHH
f- birds animals, fishes, vistas of eating river grass and swimmingout ; too near the tops of tall trees, what It Is-the wild Ivergladea.BOT : the 136th annual Commencement 'JneAeeidsofJ
';j'': iiJ, sea and sky In a combination un- Into the ocean from time to the little snakes and lizards become exercises of George Washington Didn'fHopcV
;; ,',' DRUG SUNDRIES COSMETICS like anything else In the world." Urn. prey for the fork-tailed I fiOMAN BANDS have University when nearly Ulrner Motor 4
': Vast Lake Friendly otters, their black: been changing the Everglades MO students were graduated.In .
and :
: \ SUN TAN OIL !=; ; kite that dart in circlet Old
t GLASSES; "Imagine a vast lake of freshwater fur glistening with oil, build loops. o fast for the past 40 years The I High,
I\ + CANDIES TOBACCOS JEWELRY extending In every direction slides \In the mud, turn somersaults 'Hammock: house the Everglades : richness of Its soil-where It Is the United States more Umber Phone |8141
SODA FOUNTAIN studded with thousands of la the w..terlwlRl on their grasshopper.. a giant thick led to the digging of has been destroyed by _fir| SAFETY IIEADDUAITII
Islands of various sires and backs and cavort like circus: o among grasshoppers, 1 Inchesor canals to drain off the water Insects. and disease and by land .
SODAS ICE CREAM SANDWICHES which are generally covered: o clowns more in length with a yel- Effect: of drainage began to n
""I'' NEWSPAPERS: MAGAZINES with dense thickets of shrubbery And this .is the home of theo low belly and green back with ,be visible. la the Everglades -'oDooaot: : 3og7000
and vines crocodile,' clay: colored, whose orange markings Parched muck: caught fire and e PLASTER REPAIRS '
"The surrounding waters are long bottom teeth project: burned, leaving bare gray
rr covered with the tall eaw-r.... through holes in the top of a Zebra Land Is Flat black stone New kinds of vegetation 11 Sc.ffolds", Labor|Materials
butterflies striped
r, Is and : in what had been
The water pure limpid narrow snout grew always
COMMERCIAL and AERIAL I and almost Imperceptibly moves,, Legend tells of a redbearded"emperor" and yellow flutter from the swampland Blrds.anlmaJs\ and Furnished at Reasonable Rates !
11 : hammocks.: Tree trunk are encrusted BOX ; STUART I
I ,' not In partial currents: but as itseem. who' ruled in this flshe died. SIS FU
.f In a mass. silently and ,region SO years a 10.- Accused of with malls like tiny balloons Alligator/ Saved Clo === .omo--0O'-og7o: :::::::
of Dink, yellow or mauve.
; PHOTOS slowly to the southward. slaying three men In Georgia, he 0 Alligators were almost wiped
"Lilies and other aquatli flowers fled to. the Ten Thousand Islands out before their possession In 1
THE LAND Is flat. Tree-
of variety and hue are with his wife and
every son. Other Florida was made Illegal Or- 1
not tall,
Islands althought
(, SALE to be seen, and as you draw near fugitives came: to work on his loom high above the horizon very In child: and' air plants were .
PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE GUARANTEED an Island, the beauty of the sceneIs sugar cane: plantation. He paid summer they are dwarfed by matched from the hammocks by First Favorite
Increased by the rich foliage them off' with bullets. the truckload to be sold for
cumulus clouds rising 10,000 It.
, and blooming flowers of the wild Vain Beast dimes and quarters.INKCI.
; TROPICAL PHOTO or more. Into the blue sky,
myrtle and other shrubs and
I vines that generally adorn Its A sheriff from Key West gleaming In tropical: sunlight of The Land ICE CREAM
boasted that he would
t Krueger Bide.! Next To Western Union"JOE" shores capturethe N6 part of the Everglades: National -
killer,, invaded his territory,
10 Park is more than Meet /
"The profound and wild solitude was captured himself and forcedto
---- - -- above mean sea level.! Most of
of the the solemn close
place: .
I work in the cane fields a Nothing come even a second to ice cream. -
silence that prevades It, add to month before being shipped It has an elevation of less than!
awakened and excited: curiosity: home. i S feet. 1 especially the smooth: ,ht-the-pot! goodness that*)
f Eons ago Lake Okeechobeeand :
feelings on awe
r i Good Description 'emperor After a' reign forced of' SO companion years, the i, the Everglades formed a made, Alfar. hit with all kid from two to eighty-lm
basin rimmed by higher land
I i MOSLEYPLUMBING "No human being civilized: or to murder a man and woman Ice caps: forming at the earth's CONCRETEREINFORCING It find easy takers any tins of the day. I
savage Inhabits the secluded Interior who lived
on a nearby key. His I
H e,1,1 of the 'Glades" i subjects rebelled organized a poles sucked water from the .
ocean so that the sea receded: to
i: ": posse and shot him to death Attar's' smooth See cream: comes: in
THAT'S STILL: : a good description a point probably 25 ft.lower than many

''I.f t :, JOBBING. CONTRACTING of part of the new Everglades JUST NORTH of Lostman's Its present level. STEEL delicieus flavor*. Try them all A.
\ PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE National Park. The words River, the moundary of the Everglades Became Bowl .
t were written almost 100 Thus drained of salt water the
l ALL WORK GUARANTEED yean: National Park turns Inland '
Phone 308 ago by Buckingham Smith, a through salt water marshes, Lake Okeechobee: Everglades CONCRETE Take Home A Quart Tonight >
; basin became shallow bowl of
: Federal reclamation Inspector, wet prairies flat plnewoods forests BLOCKS
I who penetrated the great swampin and a corner of the cypress: soft rock. Rain' honeycombed the .
I s 1843 forest limestone. The ocean churned:
I I. "The appearance of the interior Silvery trunks of the cypress against Its outer walls, grinding STEEL ALUMINUM L
k of the Everglades Is unlike trees point skyward like Gothic against Its outer walls grldnlng WINDOWS A"
Highest Cash For Your Car that of any other regionof spires. All winter they sand rock: : Into. sand When the glaCiers .
which I have ever heard and like ghosts In spring delicate: melted and the ocean rose
1 I t WON'T TAKE FIVE MINUTES certainly Ita\ In some respects green leaves brighten the top again, this sand was thrust Into MASONRY WHITE.
I I the most remarkable on this branches the channels: through which rain PORTLANDCEMENT 466 flamingo' Drive Phone 7171$
4 We. can: pay you the O. P. A. limit for your cat which continent: ," the early explorer Plains of Sawgrass had escaped: from the basin out
noted In his report to the Secretary Then come: the sawgrass to sea' WEST PALM BEACH
i is much
as as can and
you get anywhere
.II" of the Treasury plains, dotted with hammocksand Phone 744 Fort Pierce
fl, 1 STAY WITHIN THE LAW He could: have said much: more. tree-Islands. These and the THEN BEGAN the formationof
America's newest national park cypress swamps are the home of the peat and muck in the .
i 1 SUNRISE MOTOR CO. contains: a vast range of scenery : the white Ibis the egret that Everglades Rain filled the
i -- and wildlife. decks: itself with nuptial plumes basin. Vegetation died and
i i z 311-23 South Dixie: Long Coast Line at mating time, the black water rotted. Tiny ,creatures added
Fort Pierce: Fla. Telephone 190 Frpm the Iridescent waters of turkey whose twisting beck haa their bodies to the silt Repeated .
#(1 l Florida Bay, the desolate coastline : brought it the nickname "snake through thousands of years, this
.: sweeps westward to the salt bird. process: created a. layer ef peator Your Savings AccountYou
i ,11j ,11\\ prairie and coastal dunes of Cape The piercing scream of the muck: thick In same spots,
Sable, long-legged limpkin breaks the thin la others, on the limestone .
At East Cape stands the gravestone silence, and sometimes at nighta floor of the basin
1": 1\ Repair Materials of Ouy Bradley, warden heron overhead gives a guttural Sawgrass and other plants appeared -
j for the National Audubon Society "quowk" in the Immense pond.
\ He was shot to. death July Over these savannahs, roseate Its water filled the holes In the
( B, 1905 while trying to. board a spoonbills used to rise in limestone beneath,. forming a '
I are now receiving schooner which he suspected of flocks vast underground reservoir. too enjoy the of
d so dense that the whole can happy combination insured
\ hard-to-get items. carrying: egret plumes) in violation -
many was tinged pink: by sunlight -
I I'I'I f of the law forbidding possession streaming through their safety, worthwhile return and convenience: by' opening -
of such plumes. Get Mile of Wear
I I pink feathers, tipped with flame
'I!, Up the west coast from Cape color.A I RECAPYOUR a savings account at the First Federal of Vero
I I Sable, the park's coastline takesIn few roseate spoonbills still
k'' i : See us for screens, screen doors, part of the Ten Thousand stalk on their stilt-like legs prob- TIRES Beach.' eec ,

I "j' : f I window frames, fancy grilled Islands There giant mangroves, ing the shallow water with the Bring Them t. Us. (WeVe lJ \ 1
some 70 ft. tall, reach their spoon-shaped ends of their long accouints
I .I doors claw- lke roots into the taken over Stuart Recap: J Large and small Our
\ screen etc. shallow bills. At mating time the male Service) or to .., of tike are equally welcome.
Quit of Mexico.
I- t "I S offers refuse the to female accept .a it,stick.the courtship If: she agencies which we *. savings plan is designed for your safety and convenience ,I

; er 't ] THIS WAS the last home of a ends. If she takes the stick werk for.
vanished race the Caloosa Indians in her beak, both bird. shake the whether you begin with a"reserve of accumulated i
A; t' Mill-Work Handled at All Times Florida's aborigines stick together, then use it to CHASON'SService '
I, ,' 1 r ... Home of Cal_ start a neat. Station savings or desire to begin to save regularly.. !
i I fA fAhi Before Columbus discovered Federal Highway "
1' : I rotsoBen Snakes ,/

:{ CASA LUMBER CO. I over America Florida:the south Caloosaa of Lake roamed Okee- Alligators and turtles nuzzle Wherever you live! and whichever way yo save, in, person i i t JJ

chobee: -With picks made of '
I shells because: they had no flint or by mail, the First Federal of Vero Beach is pre-

PHONE 66 or Iron, the Caloosas dug canals: '
i among the Ten Thousand Islands pared to provide safe. friendly and(practical1 service ,:

;1. ; palm.boles Some, are, bulkheaded visible yet with YOUR tW| STORE to thrifty. and conservative'savers.. .1.\\1;

Their "Inland waterway" enabled .

around them the Up to journey of the Peninsula by canoe Write or telephone the First .Federal of" Verov Beach

Grade. from the mouth of the Caloosa- I for savings information.
Top The First Federal invites
hatchle' on the west coast to Bls-

cayne Bay, where Miami stands I i, Appliances you to open your\ account now. /.'

{ Office Appliances now.They carved weird masks. A Has in Stock I
.a deer's head mask, with '
moving Each account insured,up to $5,000 ,$ ,

: / For Modern Business Efficiency LIKE SWOLLEN BALLOON ElectricElectric Convenient Accessible'- By:mail or in Person.! **


fi Y Drawing Paper, 100% ray: per roll..._.___.... ___ 1.95 stated:Recently that he a well used known to feel man likea Washer Accounts opened by 10th earn as of the. 1st of the month. i

(' Sheaf er gold-filled tratewriler pen."..._.'%_.. 15.00 meal.swollen balloon after every Hot Water Heaters' I. t ;' :
He would bloat full of "
gas ,
(Lifetime Guarantee) and spit up acidulous liquids for Electric Sink and Dish Washer Resources !
hours after exceed $2 O OO O.
eating Was terribly ,
Steel tool for home office with adjustable .
or : constipated: This man is one of Home Freezers .. '. .
I \ I ", eat and foot rest ____._ ,__...-__ --.-......---.....13.50 i the hundreds I In this vicinity who "
I 1,1 now praise INNER-AID. He Coffee Makers { 'I\ .
Specially Treated File for storing and
l 1.. states he'''was amazed at the '
r i' preserving used Mimeograph Steswil .. .. 2.25 results when he took: this medicine First': Federal and Loan
''v ((50 stencil capacity) : Now he eats what he wants Martin County Electric Co. ,Savings >
without gas or bloating and
bowels are regular for the first
1 4 Office Supply Department time in ye..... He feels like a .C' J.w. KELLER Mgr. Association j

new man. Dehon Bid*' Phone SI: i
INNER-AID contain 12 Great ,

The Stuart News Herbs: they cleanse bevels, clear OF' INDIAN. RIVER fe Y"." 1 Ii'! ;!
from stomach, act
gas en aDiav Illl-Jeth .St.. qt,
glsh liver and kidneys. ,Miserable I Telephone- 2l
people soon feel different VERO BEACH FLORIDA !

CJI300 We Deliver ..Iln,. Bo drat go en *u *rtng! Wanted' Cotton Rags Stuart News R. W Sedffwiclt '? ,f
oet Doraa-Am.; Bold hr, all StcreUrr.Treasurer: :;
drug store 1 _. 4
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'THl STUART' NEWS, STUART, Martin County, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1147. PAGE EUmdlr r w 't '

OF COUNTY program will /begin.at 10.301.: m, -leave will help to prevent root- monthly data ,on the employment 9; service, 27; killed, 12; courthouse on Thurs. morning orother unemployed. Job application 1; }"' I

r NEWS ACTIVITIES I she II'" The forum will be held knot Injury.. situation In the county Including skilled 29; unskilled 40,eemi-1 or telephone Fort Pierce tot.to will be taken at the iLyons'

The Cowty Agent's Column In Hollywood Central High I job openings, applicant agriculture, 10. The most arrange to give Job to veteran tame office. f',I t tI j

School.M. A St. Augustine; grass lawn and payment of unemployment, flcant of veteran applicant by: I

'By"L. M, Johiwon .U. Mount,county agent In should be, moved often enough and veteran reaBfustment! com- Individual occupation\ are found 'I ,,1/
I Palm Beach, la president of the to keep It smooth and green and penaation. In service, killed, semiskilledand I 1
forum Speaker will Include Dr to keep It from going to seed ,
Jones said that June, ImperialService
1 hard at work experiment during; unskilled.\ .t'.
John Haromy station and four J. J OchM, Dr. A. L. Stahl and This mean about .once every 10 veteran registered for work .
JIll plant tor improving the livestock auction makets July Miss Margaret Mustard of the two or three weeks In the sum and that employment wa found Payments of unemployment ;

.\tui* of bll 2,200acri.ranchst 21 Aug. 1. Fred 3. Beard, clout University of Miami. Dr. D. o. mer. It advisable to leave the for none- f them.The total Dumber compensation amounting 1 to .
et Hobe Sound. 'He has prew Of the USDA Production and Wolfenbargtr of the Bub-Tropi clipping on the lawn *o they of applicant registered for $498.80 were made In this county Station .i I.
acre .( this laud at a Marketing Administration'sgrading Experiment\ Station at Home- will sink Into the gras and helpto work at the beginning of Julyat during the week ending June 28 617 S. Federal Highway, Stuart Florida F .
red stead,1. H. Z1U and David at
maintain the organic contentof the Stuart office 129, Including to 13 Statewide {
and standardization division wa person pay (Across the Bridge in the Bessey Addition) 'I't.
Improved rock. t
nary! for growing the lOllWhen 83 veteran which 1* ment Amounted to 8154,930.50and
will THE WORLD ,
demonstrate correct FINEST MILK SHAKE IN ,
of Bermuda S3 higher than at the of were made to 10,151 I
Lure grasses grading before county agent, beginning person (26-Ounce Thick) _2Sc ,
In making succeslson plantIngs wilting vegetable and June These figure do not Include -- -
d M and pangola obtained vocational agriculture teacher, of eowpeas, make each other plants Is due to a plant "Our Florida Veterans". Jones allowances paid to unemployed Regular 76-Octan. Gasoline, Gal. _22.9c'i i
,"m ))1'. Roy Balr of the Ever- other agricultural worker, cattlemen planting as far a* possible from disease a plant here and thereIn pointed/ out "did a maglnlflcentjob veteran from Federal funds Ethyl Gasoline, CaL 24.9c \\j f JII 1

del Experiment" Station at The and tanner preceding one to protect the' the garden or field Is affected during the wa, and the least which are tabulated on a statewide Open AH Night Every Night !. :
He Olade. The land hu been Include demonstrations scheduled new crop from the cowpea pod while wilt due to hot sunshine they can expect I I. a Job during basl These payments am- Good t tlt ,
al't'of\ palmetto\ disked and one at the Everglades :weevil! Spraying the plants before and drough may affect all peace. These veteran dislike ounted to 8307,089 for the week HAMBURGERS AND CUBE STEAKS-As .
\ Experimental Station In Belle the pod begin to form witha plants at the same time Healthy having to depend upon the read ending June 28 and were madeto At the Best] i& 1\
rllllied with a complete fertl- Glade at 1 m. Aug. 1. t '
p. mixture of one-fourth of a plants that wilt during the day justment allowance claim Theyare 1385 veterans.Current f.I lI1'
tt. The grass runners .were Visitors will be given an opportunity pound of lead arsenate, half a because of hot weather usually strong, resourceful and many job epenlngs availableto I t tI
eg broadcast! lightly disked to place live animals pound of hydrated lime and 10 recover at night, possess high skills. They are Jthe unemployed In the county .
tolled,to firm the IOU and and have their classifications gallon of water will help to: -- anxious to get back to gainful through the E. 8. total none. '
d checked by the expert grader employment." Employer are asked to com, DRY CLEANINGTopNotch
growth from the protect the crop from the weevil I :
IsleD root' Florida Agricultural Extension *. If this spray 1* used after EMPLOYMENTFOR Job applicants In the local municate with the representative I ( i i
l ales of( the grass. Within six Service worker are Joining the the pods form, special care must office Include professional and I of the Florida State Em-
''t'u to two month Haromy U. 8. Department of Agricultureand be taken to wash the pea! managerial, 2; clerical and sale,: ployment Service located at the Work tt i "J 4
oulel have good growth of the National Safety CouncilIn thoroughly before cooking. VETS URGEDIN : !

d on thl* nursery land, from an effort to reduce the number I At Fair Prices I '
-- - - ;
ilch ha Intend to gradually of farm accident throughout Usually the habit of chicken I 0 'I

ver the entire ranch with this the year. picking each other can be corrected LOTS FOR PENSIONERS I Ask Our Hundreds of :
finery stock of Improved past- The seriousness of farm accidents by Increasing the salt FSES REPORTEmployers I,
'! and ways of preventing content of their feed for two or $50 to $200 '
Grading ldemons\rauona with them are to be pointed out during three days. To an all-mash ration WATERFRONT PRIVILEGESPavement I Satisfied Customers '
ughtr COWL calves, heifers National Farm Safety Week add 2 per cent salt; ,to a In*Stuart' are urgedto \
lei steers will be staged at four July 20-28, according to L. T. ration consisting of equal parts make a special effort to em- and Sidewalka, in front of every lot. i GEORGE KEITH ; 't Itlf./,
Nleland and Miss Joyce Bevls grain and mash, add 4 per cent ploy one or more veterans registered See ; ,
safety specialists with the Er- salt to the mash.!! for jobs with the Florida I "
ROTARY CLUB tension Service State Employment Service. Horace Martin County Cleaners < II IIi
STUART N. *mJlMto Citing National Safety Council Root-knot la sometimes responlble I. B Jones manager of theE i 1" il
W.4BU.' CHILL 11,11CHISHOLM figures they say that an acci- for gardenia falling to S. local office, made they appeal O TKUBIN ,
-, dent resulting In disabling of Veterans Phone 190 P. O. Box 906
H. UUNUtHH a Injury bloom.c Mulching these plants I for employment i jlL !' :
HARRIS a.P14.LOWERT.I&. may occur to a resident of heavily with oak and other!1![in connection with release of I "hi"I'"
one out of four '
McraurrE every farms, un- .
less extra precaution are taken. '
One out of every 10 farmers will rv;
suffer a disabling Injury this !::jflh r PATRONIZE ,

/ BUY -, Junk, year, either on or off the job, DOLLARS 1Ir j,:
unless extra
.precautions are HOME FIRMS 1 :
reeked cars, scrap taken. : MARTIN COUNTY 1
and brass. In the United State about 4,- OFFERING YOU .r
upper t)0) farm workers were killed and MARTIN COUNTY

SISCO'SAUTO approximately 100,000 were InJured -
during 1949. Motor vehicle STAY AT HOME BUSINESS DIRECTORY

PARTS death to farm resident Increased I i ; {{

about 1,000 during last I .
outh Dixie .
HighwayFort yea!: ,
Pierce pther,principal! type of accidents I 1'I'I -- ;

Phone 129 a* revealed In surveys, are COMPLETE .. I WILSON'S GAMBLE 4 II
caused by falls and machineryand ic era- I' I For

The extension specialists, as 'I I FILING t
well as county and home demonstration -1 PAINTS No Job Too Large Or LUBRICANTS I On the Ocean'a Edge and FRICIDAIRE \ {

agents, urge every farm V ARNisHt5 Too Small Martin County Rep and j
REALESTATE family to adopt,safe practice ENAMELS HOBS SOUND I SANDWICHES: j All Types of EMERSON RADIOS tl I 1\\!!
of living and working 52 week FENDERSEAL BEER ..WINES I "
of the
They year.say that farm families aHERwIN-WILLIAM MURPHY Day Phone I. Under CK "", ..,. BArn HOUSES The Stuart News Electrical. Contractor,,t", I

should learn what hazards men- uI'ONToRODUCTS Noise Sound 3271 Steam CleanlDI Open Year 'Round Estimates Submitted )/.
ace their lives at home, at work : I Office Supply Dept. I lob To large Or Too Srna1L IF
Phone 11 Mite Phone l'
and on the highway; what each I 214 Fed. III-W. Stuart JENSEN BEACH Nell To P. O.Jensen Beach'I I
member of the family can do to r. O. Areade P. O. Box 877 Stuart 185..1 I _- : '

Properties of all kind eliminate a* many a* possible of
these hazards; and that carelessness -
,for sale.Also on the part of any memberof -I\ I : '
the family Imperil the lives Quinn's.Store Web Ordway ]; _. Stuart Jensen Hdwe. '
and of
rental and insurance. happiness Motors Auto Camp '

Keen Interest I Ie being shown Meat, Groceries SURE "-
in the coming Mango Forum to And Frozen i Modern Collate TRY THEMTHEY
be held July 25 In Hollywood. PRODUCE, DRUGS FORD
Several carloads of Interested NOVELTIES, GIFTS (Enkuh. MrvlM kr: AMtm4U -/ ra..rN And Trailer Court ARE MORE THAN-;
Edward Mapp'Realto'r Martin County growers are planning AND cent RENTAL SY DAY i WEEK oa APT TO HAVE IT.
to attend. Interesting talk Jensen Beach All CONVlNlENCf.I
and educational exhibit will WRECKERDAY SERVICE
feature this the 7th annual .1.... K.". TV* Fir !..!. BODY REPAIRS. BLAIR and BAKER Jensen Beach 1 I
If would truly happy be, d
I you ,_ .
to Miss >ISS
forum according OlgaM. PHONE 9142 old Dl to e w.r
P, 0. Arcade Bld PHONE 9131-J __ __ .
| Kent, assistant home demon- I''_ with friends and folks around -
stration agent at Miami who Is -' -
Phone 19 you'll try to really ONLY see .. .
secretary of the organization.! ._- .. ,. '
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Exhibits will be on display the'r good point te be found! Docks
from 10 a. m, to 9 p. m. and the WHIN YOU'RE THINKING OPCONCRETE YOUR AD Stuart TaxiSERVICE ,
dwell the'r faults
For If pus upon 1
I SeawallsBoat JI'BLOCKS
IN THIS, SPACE -no matter how you tryyou1lfind '

Waterfront Properties WILL) BRING RESULTS II that friendship likely halls, I I Houses'I t

Along, the Indian and 8k ,tucle river and Bob Sound. ANDCONCRETE AT SMALL COST 1 and seen love will diet! I Prompt Dependable I All Type Of MarineConstruction \

Ocean Frontaie ITEMS EVERY WEEK In .VI7, man, and also maid Courteous ,

'lEI / / th' GOOD oft-weighs th' BAD, Ivan Taylor '

+? "b'w st I. L. DECKER JlONE3oo.: but Ukeezpenelve,rare old JadePHONE. 149 I P. O. Box 474 r
j PHONE 104-J
I FOR "THE AD MAN" not always to.be had! But care I
V ful minln' will an-earth It, If ;

RyeR, 2A .. you keep an even keel, and th' __ -- -.--- _. { '

; I 0 E .. L effort's always worth It, relardTRUEMAN : SUBSCRIBET f !
PITCHFORD'SCAMP lees what th' deal! !
A X I In b BADGERIN' and ,, To One Of The Best
Yen dOD'lltrln,sat UI'lIeIt man '
I let nothing make you think yea can--you'll start affection I Weeklies In The United ,,
: RI'' E CIN1! Th' same hold tree for wemen, toe; If you would hold FEEDS 'ry '
cuss e.AM Cottasosand Boat the'r lovln', dont growl and wear, what e'er you do GO INfER AND StatesGENERAL


J A TAXI ITSCHEAPER JACK MARTIN. M... j $3 a year $5 two year
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I ;
.w '9 BC ''SERVICE STATION Give Your Car or Truck aDd 5_ y
SUPPLIES, A Complete Check Up '
NEW' 1'1 11
Everything I I In The
For Beer and Soft DrinksSandwiches OPEN 14 MOUat DAILY MOTH PROOFINGK
General Contracting
Office Eq .penent.
Soup, Pie
( Tear Guarantee)
k THE STUARTNEWS. i IH Mile So. of Stuart en Standard Oil Co. LADIES STOCKINGS and Repair
Llt sum SERVICE STATION P. O. Box 832
E Federal HI-Way No./ 1 I MEN'S SOX One Block West Palm I
Phone 300 Beauty Shop GULF GASOL2NEDl's.. Hawn Jensen Beach City Bridge On The)


Listing ,e'Improved and .Unimproved.Propertied *Tavern HOME-MADE, [ SUNRAY SEAFOODS GENERALELECTRIC
.Throughout Martin County Formerly CoasakooB
l B Box Pound
J.fhWI Ns"w exaA 'ias or ,JALOUSIES
A R AGIt- RANCHES P Pralines Divinitet IN AND
,.*...(* Ice Creamtywai Mexican Creams ADO IAUTY Voim COMI'OAT,...AND ALL SEAFOODS Appliance
SewaD's f elDl 1J .,- oBI..r rrepertlei ; VALUE TO "" n* SEASON '
S a. at. '!Ill U .. .. Coconut KiM aUlMU BYtlNSTAUJHQSUNRAY Roof Repairing Kitchen, Laundry,
SHUTTERS Open 7 a.en.'Till.. 6 p.m.Saturday Cabinet and ,all small
Jupiter Oeeu Estate Site Meed Sunday Butter: Crunch ,
filanl< eto-Sound Till 8 p. m. 511 So. Colorado AY*.
at "lUTII...."+* lOUintUSsmrayShuttor appliance '
Phone 9141 and
C. '8 ARBOGAST ail.] Place Where Mildred Heath' WK:,'ClOU WEDNESDAY MesaagoWrit. .Leave MARTIN COUNTY
Friend Moot SWEETS Pevdct. NOON P. a.w tit ELECTRIC

goaiZst.4.' WABBUmOW PROi'BYTiEE'! ,bauaBM ,2s10eeesla A". Rain 11I41.'Cu..BI.' "wc.A' *wo .'.. P.o. BOX S4* MS Akron Ave Phone U Stu.rt.F .., rb,11I

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was crude and thick. The clay-The Tlmucua-- and the Apal- lived around, or at least NIGHT FLYING STUDIED, j

: : Bulldozers Upturn Relics of Indian Culture making pottery. The first potterywas achee proved amenable to Spanish stantly visited this site. con-I Extensive:: experiments and I j BOB VISIT and '
mixed with fibers of plants the date Is from the BROO
I i to make It more workable, and mission activity In the seventeenth century, probably the latter hall studies aimed at Improving (he At Marine. ROOIa
That Existed in State When De Leon Landed when the pottery was baked century, and soon became and give I Ie an Idea of the ma-I efficiency and sleety of night j and
r r' these fibers burned out leaving largely "mission Indians". terial possessions of both the flying are being conducted by i Kum Back Rae
t. \ .: ___ the pottery homy-corned: with All of the native Florida tribes Spaniards I and the ApalacheeIndians the Nary at a laboratory In I You'll Kum .
4'' ': -- :- small holes. Pottery of this kind were somewhat broken and depopulated of the time, I Philadelphia I Bad,
\ ,1 I By .JOIIfRn'nSt I Evidences of former Indian occupations remains were, and what condition has been found at several points by the time of the But research, both the survey
t \ Archaeologist, Florida Park I are statewide, and they were In. In Florida, as well as In neighboring '. English and Creek Indian raids for location and the excavationof I ,
I "I J Servi..e.... from Pensacola to the Florida Race With Bulldozer coastal Georgia of the early eighteenth century, key sites Is Just one part of
I ,(t In 1513 Juan Ponce do Leon i Keys, the villages and mounds It was found that although Gradually man learned to which raids spelled the final the program of the Florida Park I
i I II 'j stepped ashore In t'lorldsi to begin ol ,our predecessors In this land thousands of sites were presentin plant crops and to rely on them doom of most of the native Flor- Service la archaeology Preservation FUGATE and GJtEENLE'Enrineerin"
I j I the dtama that In Florida are to be found They range the State thler condition left for a good part of his food, although ida population. of our remaining archaeological -
? I history: a history longer than I from small, shallow deposits much to be desired A treat fishing and hunting continued The Seminole, whom many sites Is of extreme Importance $1
\' that of any' other I state Florid- f where the Indian camped for a many of the once Impressive to supply meat for the people consider the only Florida We are trying to en* Surveying, Blue Print |.|
I lana have been InWrpaled !In this few'days to large'villages coverIng shell-heaps left by the Indians diet, for he had no livestock Indian, was In reality, a late courage private owner to pro- "f-
history and take Justifiable pride j jp many' acres and there are, have been used for road build- The North American Indian possessed migrant, coming into the state tect their mounds Any excavation
p J.i In It, but a more remote and or were thousands' of such Ing In various parts of the state no domestic animal other sometime after 1700. The intrud- that la undertaken should be Estimate Submitted on Request f.
k longer history I Ia that of the< inhabitants 1 places, Very few undisturbed monu- than the dog in pre-hlstoric ing Seminole either drove out, done by competently trained investigators 1.
"\ who the "hlte man One of the first jobs of the ments of this type;) remain, and times: killed off, or amalgamated with who will dig properly 303 E. 4th STREET STUART, FLORIBJJ
'r found here and In largely untold newly Inaugurated archaeological It Is Imperative that some of As the Indian learned to be the few remaining native Florida and who will record the excavations
t The unraveling of the story r projects of the Florida Park them be preserved in the first more dependent on his crops, his Indians, and settled down, I so that no vital Information PHONE 311EXCLUSIVE
r r of the plat. In time for which Service was to locate as manyof place, the evidence for successive -, way of life became more steeled primarily in the north part of ; will be lost The Park l
t no written documents exist I is ''f these sites of previous habitation : periods of prehistoric< time Vllleges grew up that had the state. Service Is also Investigating par ... ,.
t ; the Job of the archncol wist"and and burial as possible This i lies largely I It superimposedlevels some degree of permanency, and Unearths Indian Lire ticularly Interesting and significant -
I 1 In the pa systema archaeological work I I final completion of an adequate.' periods must be defined by care agriculture developed, these villages line given above that the historyof the view to acquiring them for f
In Florida. This history Is bring survey :la a matter of years A ful scientific work In order that became larger, and larger, the Florida Indian la long purposes of preservation and proper AGENT j\ '
11\\ unraveled howcv( r, and it u timeto preliminary survey of much of I we may erect a yardstick or and the total population Increased and varied Each phase of this development for the peopleof ,
take stork of the potential the state was undertaken with, calendar for measuring prehistoric history In each region of the the State; In this manner '
I ides of Florida a> n field foi the object of discovering Just time This cannot all be Various "periods! have been state must be carefully Investi- some -of thes monuments of the FORCENTURY t
archaeological exploration how extensive our archaeological I done over night, and at times! I"
__ defined by the archaeologist gated before the full story is past will be permitted to remain
---- ---"- the archaeologist feels that he within the development outlined known. The research work of for posterity, I
r Is engaged In a losing race with the Florida Park Service in BOATS :
{ above. These periods are usually The third, and no lets vital, '
FLOWERS For All OCCASIONS the bulldozer and dragline Secondly defined by changes which took archaeology has mostly been confined aspect of the Florida Park Ser .
some of these monuments place In the way of making and to the historic period, for vice archaeological program Is "
should be preserved so that It Is an accepted practice of science AND
decorating pottery, but other that of education By this Is \
BOUQUETS CORSAGES CUT FLOWERS future generations of Floridian. tools, weapons and ornaments I to work from the known the correct and full Interpretation ''I
may see for themselves these also changed through time. The I to the unknown. of Florida prehistoric pastto
II FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS relics of the past, and. may learn variations In pottery, tools weapons : Thus, we have partially excavated the people of the State. RICHARDSON CRUISER
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CERAMICS to appreciate them and ornaments in different an Indian village in Through lecture and publication
What has been said for shell areas during the same period also Tomoka State Park, Volusla we have tried to reach as largean
SMITH'S mounds can be repeated In great Important In fully interpreting County, which was probably the audience as possible to give STUART'MARINE SERVICEPhone ;
FLORAL & GIFT SHOP part for earth mounds The the past site of the Tlmucua town of the actual and accurate story of f
WE WIRE FLOWERS larger earth mounds, which incidentally Mound Builders Nocoroco In the early seven Florida archaeology Instead of
I were built as substructures The practice of burying the teenth century.. We have also the romantic and false fancy so 33 Stuart BeeVENETIAN
Arcado Bldg, Slh St., Ft. Pierce Phone 310-J for dwellings or temples dead In mounds of earth became cxacavated( a historic mound In frequently dispensed With a
rather than for burial purposes, prevalent about 1000 A. D., and Highlands County, known as the growing realization on the partof
... ---. --. --,----- have suffered commercially as due to the exploration of manyof Ooodnow Mound, a portion of the the people of the Interesting -
have the shell heaps They pro- these mounds and the collection village at the Lake Jackson site, story of Florida past, and the
vide an easy source of sand or of their contents, we know Leon County, and a Spanish colonial I way In which It Is read, It is that
t OCEAN FRONT dirt. In addition to commercial perhaps more about this periodIn site, believed to be a mission the program of preservation may BLINDSBUY
Enjoy an Vacationat destruction, however, the burial which burial mounds were .. In Jefferson. n_ un. County__ ___ ,, more easily be carried- out with '
mounds have been extensively built than we do of earlier or At Nocoroco Indian'potterY the' cooperation of Interested DIRECT I'ROM THE MANUFACTURE "
,t pitted by Individuals searching later periods It Is this period was found In the vllage layer persons. Also this understanding
for Indian relics or treasure. Jt which people had In mind when along the banks of the Tomoka of the past should lead to a ON CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMSOur
nearby Is Indeed a rare thing to find they used to speak of the "Mound River Several kinds of pottery fuller approbation of the area T... Q...J f custoM BUILT Ow tmft r*;*
an Indian mound which has not Builders", who they conceived to were found there that are not In which we live. TRASO Torrr POCOVENETIAN
13 been virtually ruined by careless be an ancient and extinct race, found In the larger and more Briefly outlined these are the BLINDS YOU WINDOW. VENETIAN. SLDIN
"pot hunting", The mounds differing from the American Indian Impressive shell heaps Of the alms of the archaeological pro- -
1eJtfJ which served as base for housesor We now know that the same county. Further excavations gram of the Florida Park Service CALL 225,
temples most frequently havea builders of the mounds were Indians at this site should tell us together with some of the LET ONE OF OUR REPRESENTATIVES _
{ Why travel) (for days 'to visit t a happy gasping hole In their summit,j and were neither so anc- more of the way of life of the results which have been achieved MEASURE TOIR WINDOWS AND TELL YOU JUST
which has In most cases Obliterated ient nor mysterious as was once Tirnucua Indiana of east Florida In the Initial eight monthsof HOW EASY IT IS TO OWN QUALITY TRASO BUNDtrescrvfe
I summer vacation' land? Why spend the floor plan of the believed. .n the early seventeenth cen- the program The start has

as much precious I time reaching a structure which existed there: Sometime around 1500 A. D. been made on a systematic SEE ,HOW mint:
I Information which careful arch- Florida, and slightly earlier else- tury.At the Ooodnow Mound In search for knowledge beginning
detonation do after '
at you relaxing aeological work could have investigated with known history, and will ( Any room attains net
I where In the Southeast, the Indiana Highlands County, Indian burials a.
r you get there? Make hour of I and saved be extended back through time
every began to build a different accompanied by quantitiesof strained richness, dlgnltj.
your leisure 'time count...b off with Our knowledge of the prehistoric kind of mound. This was a large, materials obtained In trade until our understanding of all Jour
American Indian has advanced flat-topped structure of earth from the Spaniards were .found phases of the aboriginal historyof Jumijhinjj, Immediately our Custom-
: the family on a fun filled holiday at Immeasurably In the past which provided a base upon Glass beads, metal pendants, Florida Is greatly expanded. ; ed Venetian Blinds al1 k-
I ,
neat-by Vera Beach on the cool few years. The many extensive which a temple or chief house Iron axes, scissors and knives Hand In hand with this programof stalled The decorative t(.
excavation which undertaken
were was built These mounds do not were among the Items discovered research go the programs of
it Atlantic' where vacation In Southeast feels not mention till
every thq duringthe preservation and education to ,
1, usually contain burials At this This site probably dates from
activity' i is provided Enjoy varietyof past ten years have unlock time burial in the smaller earth the seventeenth century, perhaps keep this heritage for the people added comfort and privacy
ed the door to the past In this mounds also abandoned little later than the of the State and to make It
was largely a
sport f fishing and ocean bathing are out of all "
In the
area. general, of -
t story and burial began to take Volusla County site described more meaningful to them. = --- '
J from clean land beaches Golf Florida la similar to that of Its _-- portion" to the modest kstallatlon -
one place In areas that can quite above, and gives us a picture of ...... _
er a splendid 18 hole course. Decide neighbor states, and a summary properly be designated as cemeteries the Indians of the region ,prob- cost May *
of the major periods of Indian The Indians who built ably the Calusa, at this time LOYAL ORDER OF I show you? "
now to discover the uncrowded, of the
Southeast\ Is
these large mounds were found Dates Ta Seventeenth Century MOOSE
I c, close.at.hand comforts of this southeast In order, in Florida by the early Spanish Test excavations attas.Lake STUART LODGE 1140 TRASO MANUFACTURING- CO. .
When we first find evidence of Jackson site MEETS see" r Mttt i I s'A', Ml. I 1 C*..,, A* "
I Florida resort commun ty', Sends the Indian In the Southeast he explorers Leon County, resealed *m4 (rtf WEDNESDAYSEACH ; .. u, s, S-A..!. r..u... ,
We know the of
names the facts concerning the MONTHWoodman I
.. -: s t1 today for information and rotes is living as a simple hunter and 'FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA
various tribes of Indians In way of lire of the Indains of the Ball t
fisherman, with no knowledgeof Florida at the time of the Con- fifteenth sixteenth centuries PHONE 22S ,P, O. BOX !1011"WHO'S
I Comfortable/ accommodations 'in hotels, cottages, apartment either of the arts of agriculture or Stuart, Fla. I
quest, as they were recorded by All evidences indicate a large and
\ on the beach or in town. 'law summer rates. or pottery He presumably the Spanish conquerors. In extreme settled population, subsisting on
wandered from place to placein southeastern Florida, cen- crops and hunting Large temple
Write ,
tot DEPARTMENT 5-S small bands living off the
(, tering near Biscayne Bay, lived mounds dominate the site The
II land In some places his camping the Tekesta Indians Immediately Lake .Jackson site tells us of
j VERO BEACH CHAMBER OF CQMMERCE spots are found, and they north of the Tekesta, on the Indian life Immediately before
I Indicate a simple way of life east coast, lived the Jeaga and the devastating white Inroads
Vero Beach, Florida I Indians Begin Farming All, two small tribes,, the latterof The mission site In Jefferson
I thOiJne: : around 500 A D, which extended north nearlyto County was, In contrast to the

I t r :: __ __ __ __ ______.___ I learned the art ofu Cape Canaveral The. west other two, built and maintained
i b coast of the state, from Tampa bjOpanlards, but the evidence in N
I Bay southward was inhabitedby the form of broken pottery k\\a ;
a large tribe or confederationof clearly Indicates that the Indians .f ,
tribes known as the Calusa.
A CHECKING ACCOUNTIS These South Florida tribes were MB
never successfully Christianized, .,
and were a source of constant
Irritation to the Spanish

A GOOD BOOKKEEPER North DeSota of Visits the above Tallahassee mentioned

tribes lived a group of tribes
known collectively as the Tlmu-

to, cua. The Tlmucua occupied the Phone 249 Box No. 277 y
remainder of peninsular Florida,
and were the group encountered \
by the French Hugenots at their
L I settlements on the St. Johns Plastic and Aluminum

River. West of the area Inhabited Wall Tile
by the Tlmucua and centerIng ,
In Addition to the Important Factorof near present day Tallahassee Asphalt Floor Tile ,bss
lived a powerful tribe called (h
the Apalachee, with whom De- Floor Sanding and r
Bota had considerable conflict FinishingRug
during his sojourn in the Tallahassee .. ...
region in the winter of CleaningOur ,
Safety and Convenience --,
1539.West only representative in ,
61 the Apalachee were a r !
A Checking Account Provides number of smaller tribes, the Martin County is 'j:
Apalachicola Chatot, Sawokll, GEORGE KEITH
and Pensacola, in that order Martin County CleaneraLUMBER j
Bookkeeping Service.Your from the Apalachee country I,

west to Pensacola Bay. AFRAID OF THE BIG BAD WOLF?" [

checking account gives you a detailed and accurate ,

i record of income and expenses. In this day of complicated j
t '
living a personal checking account is just as necessary for EVERY ereatnre In the woo It U scarab! ,to dealt of The Flr ('

your home as a checking account for a business concern :? and :Wolf and, frankly,'so too are we and to .is ever! Intelligent hnnten
i4 3 : I Ii ,
i Open. a Personal Checking Account: with us today. You fisherman and woodsman
1 BuildingMaterials fl'e
Mill find it a friendly and helpful service.rf Let that wholesome dread of fire enter, your heart whenever yoa

C set foot on the. first trail that lead yon Into the forest. Be tri1 hI- < i iened ,i

I aremore> plentiful __ beforehand}: not when you !have ores, \ .

i been terrified for life by the raging horror: ofa (

We May Have What You Need crackling flame and racing woodlif[ Of thai

; CITIZENS BANK OF STUARTMember For That N.w Horn Be Sure to Se. Us i' wUefear let .there be born the'orereaiUie* f!'

ALSHRIGLEY firierank i*. 1
Mgr. t. ? that will make you a lifetime ,

: The Federal Reserve System, and Federal DeposI; Insurance Corporation.. East. Coast Lumber > the .elf-appointed guardian, :ol' tltj'foreU* 'I.IEN I.:

e The Bank of Personal Service rsesAS.sn. .. i "
u r ;
& Supply Co. Sponaored'bye

Phone 22 Stuart, Florida I The :Stuart. NewsPAGE

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