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 24, 1947
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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948 BIllET OF Expect 'Inlet Bids BOARD" ADOPTSDRAWSPAN.NEW CITES-'SCANDAL'- Sailfishers Blanked 8-0 7 :( : m

T 210,011 COUNTY, t.IS S BODY SET Opening August 1 BRIDGE ACTSCounty In Tourney- q Finale- 0 Sundayi. rI1.j,k I

The Senate Appropriations Coirimittee: I J 'I.

illsge Remain, About the Tuesday included in approved Rivers, and Aid Ball Team FRANCE BOUGHT SailfishersWill STUART MISSES

Same ai VaUatioaIncreaM Harbors items a $53,000 appropriation for Property Owners .North I

91 St. Lucie Inlet The appropriation, already ; of River BY PLAZA INC. Enter 2 BIG CHANCES !V'I

approved by the House must still be votedon Two resolutions adoptedby ,
A tentative budget of Ul0OIl. were

u ednesdajr adopted by afternoon the county, S2v.t board 144 by the Senate body. a special'the County meeting Commission at the courthouse at FROM SMITHSStamps State Meet IN HOLLYWOODArnold 1\\

gMr \than the 1847 expenal- The United States Engineer Depart yesterday afternoon. Glxlctn members of the Stuart '

II, but embodying approxl- ment at Jacksonville is issue Aimed at securing official action Snllflhhcrs baseball team will Hurls Brilliant 6-0 I i :
lately the tarn millag The preparing to the first to pass authorize Indicate $75,000 I ,
L budget totalled $180,M7iThe plans and specifications for the St. Lucie] an agreement to be entered Into Price For I Large leave for Jacksonville here around to noon participateIn Monday Wm in 5<*mi,t'mala "" Ik,i I; I
budget will n- with the State Road Departmentto Resort Unit Friday "
proposed Inlet channel the State semi baseball 1 "
and call bids pro II
l&ln on', a tentative basis until expects to on get a new drawspan and new .- tournament. The will In !, : Ii ( ,
group -
hdneaday. Aug 20, date set for the project August 6, according'to word bridge house In the Jensen Beach The Plaza Apartments Inc." clude Manager John N. Mann Th Hollywood 1'IralobJl( ,t\r. .\ Ii Iiter
of of Miami ed by the Stuart Sallflnhers, : I .;,
Lmal adoption.I Bridge by pledging a portion took title Friday to and j''
back probably Coach William
brought from
I valuation have gained Jacksonville this week. the county's surplus gasoline tax the apartment\ France Apartments B(rry. I failure to reiillallJip on got t "
County by County Commissioner O. D. Quinlivan. funds In an amount sufficient here after negotiations den opportunities rallied to 1 '
LaUM from $10>: 16,844 In 1M7 I for repayment of the coat. This ,_. pending since April i The Stuart entry blank was!I wallop the Martin County outfit '
[ $10,132,341 In U4S which al- : Col. Willis mailed' Tuesday night The contingent ,,,8-0 In the finals; of the dJJtrld; -.!
Increawd revenue onproxImatelJ B.., Teale,- he said, has sent resolution will be presented aLan ROGER SLAIGHTER Principals were A A. Winer, i
|d for will make the semi baseball
trip by -pro tournament In
SRD meeting In Brooksvllle purchaser and O C and R 8 i I I'
th* ,tame mill- preliminary notices to contractors. 1 auto and remain until I :
Monday which board attorney In an address prepared for delivery Smith, sellers 1 O C "Jerry they Art Hollywood I Sunday aVirnoon.

M.MIUlllee 'I The Evan Crary plan to attend. before a, public affairs Smith la owner of 6e Lighthouse -: feated twlre or vein the tourney "Red" Campbell after a s.liakvstart l' \. ;
for general! county project will consist of removing which concludes AUK 3. Mann "
The second resolution calls forum at Tula former Rep. here. He and his brother! settled down to pitch a
rpoIeI hav* been reduced the outer reef in the entrance channel to for an offer previously made the Slaughter of Missouri said a who lives In (North Carolina:I did not expect to learn who and brilliant two-h,t game and hand : ''J"
am 1140 to SAO mill but -an 1 "scandal threatens" the office purchased the apartments about' when Stuart would play first before the Sailfishers I their I first, shut '
board by ) S Brockway
of George <
rates In St. Lucia Inlet jnllp I a depth 11 feet below mean low .water, West Palm Beach engIneer. to of the President because President a year ago. tomorrow or Saturday when out since the team was organis j .1

from S.70 to 6J5 mill, to and includes the removal of approximately do preliminary engineering workon Truman 'has been misled It Is understood that the new the tourney lineup will be released ed last year Campbell tann d "

eeU securities demand, and a I the proposed Stuart bridge by false friend. and has owners plan extensive remodel- 1 only two batters but he allowed. f
In control 20,000, cubic yards of material, 65'per cent: and llu only three base runners uIU,
nlll ralie mosquito to the ocean beach be accepted. likewise been the victim of his Ing redecorating for The SallfWiers won the right '
from JO to 4 mill Plus rock and 35 coming tourist season to 2nd inning and none I'u&1| ; :
mate per cent sand. The entrance However, acceptance Is based on own Impetuosity Slaughter attend the meet as the result II '
strict\ No. S make: the general will be 200 feet wide. receive a letter within! 10 day "personally an honest. and ban Indicated a sale price of $75,or
Uliie! 23050 thl year a* last. arable man"CHARLES The Smiths were represent Sunday In Hollywood Only the retired In order j, '
Excavated 2) from B.
rock will fby Aug. ) C. Arbogait
I be
Jensen Road and Bridge Dlirtct probably stating that Jie and his assoclates by L. M. Francis of the T T. defending district champion' It was Stuart third loss/ In It''" t

remain 0.7 of a mill. Butlit hauled to sea and dumped. will pay $2.000 of the $5100 Oughterson law offices here the winner and the runnerups 19 games this season 1 I '
Hank Pinnock made his hit
while and
Warwick Paul
Paty : :
of the-eesslon was Make, are eligible for the Jacksonville
the cost of such
- representing tlal mound (his Yt'ltl'I
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of West Palm Beach were attorneys appearance
cn that Jupiter Inlet district, work. This resolution will be M. LOY affair, Th winners at Hollywood -' for Stuart but his Inert dive t I
hick levied US last year, ha Former 1 presented In Tallahassee next Tot the purchasers: were the Hollywood pirates' his lown ) ,
ness finally brought
City <
Niueited. I SJO this year.-In the CITY AID GIVENFORROADPLAN month by Crazy Commission West Broker Palm was Beach.King Thaxton, of and the defenders! are the Eastern fall in the 3rd. Jesse Arnold 'J t II

ut of a general! understanding ers A. K Sims and O D. Quinn DIES AT 85 I. Air Lines Sllverllncrs of finished that stanra, and lloraci .', I
.t last year* tax had been Teacher Has van and County Road Superintendent ----- Miami I Arnold tossed the final two ;'. :I.
flicked to retire the district The lournamrnt !U a double ," 4'' I
A. A. Hendry, Jr 10 School rounds, Pennock was chargedwith :
onded debt Attorney Crarytt The commission granted two Retired in 1934 After 9 High elimination affair In which all !the defeat I' ,

instructed to Investigate Flood Scare request made of It. John N. Years as Postmaster but one entry (the winner, ) will A walk. an Infield out and two "..' '(
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ill nutter SRD Granted 4 Legal In Mann manager of the Stuart Here Band Members : be beaten twlre The winner then sharp singles notched Hollywood '
School District 2 ha been In- By ANNA B DAY fiallflshers baseball team, was represents the entire State at 's first two runs In the ht J
rtased V, mill and School DfeI struments) Baseball with the 13th annual national tourn- Inning and the count mount ;
allotted $300 to help expenses Charles M. toy Stuart Post.master .
Is V4 mill. Many people already have Team Helped In the team to the Going to rhent AUK 15-27 In Wichita to<< 4-0 In the 3rd when Pirate
up taking from 1D25 until he retired Camp :
learned of !the Cambridge, Neb Kans The national also it catcher Ed Dickermun tripledto
Her. Is a dollar and cent disaster In which Miss Florence Quitclaims on two parcels of State semi-pro tournament In Is 1934, died at Martin County --..,......- double elimination contrastedwith Jett center after Em{rsouKramtr'
lalyds. General Fund. $55058 Jacksonville: next week: A group Hospital at 11 p. m. Monday af. .
Shotwell nearly lost her life Uluhotwell Ten members of the Martin second and '' .
ground, an easement for a ditch the dls-rtct meets In which et rot "'oi'- : {
i CJ71: Fin and forfeiture of property owners, with Louis ter a two week: Illness He wai ..
was for a County High School Band will don Qw4--.M6WA,.
many year right of way and a two-year a team once defeat! Is eliminated ( perfect
nU. $23185, up $4 JOS; Roadnd teacher In Martin County High 1 lease on t sand pit were given by Soter" as spokesman, asked that IS last month. leave this week end to. attend from any further title consideration squeeze single Dlckl rnian blow ,
bridge fnrld.; $78,579. up School.Two year-ago Jh. moved the City commission to the the! county start work toward Funeral services conducted by the annual Florida State Music marked the end of Icouotk", '
1410; Spec. Road 4. $2, 78. upI to Cambridge to be with an Invalid State Road Department toward eventual hard surfacing of a the REV L. H. Turner were held Camp which opens Monday hill tenure- and Arnold came on
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31 I; Spec Road, S. 403S, up sister Improvements contemplated On road to be known: hereafter as at Johns Funeral Home at 1:30: morning for,flye weeks: on the to give up the squotte hit before -

jot) : Spec; Road I, flltt, up On June 22 a flash flood came the Indlantown Road between North Fork Drive which will run yesterday afternoon with burialIn campus of the State College for NORTH FORK IS retiring the side.

ID; Spec Road 12. $3.301. up upon them while asleep, In the IT 8 1 and the South Fork: of In a northwesterly direction Fern Hill Cemetery, Women In Tallahassee I Horace Arnold tossed creditably '

7; Spec Road 16 (973, up early morning Their home was the St. Lucie River at the commission northwest of George Keith Loy was born June 14, 1862 In The course, ."..hlch..11I en/1 until the 8th when four 1
H; Spec. Road 17. $5114 detased In the of the flood and the property which Is north of the Olmsted singles and the fourth of Stuart., '
path meeting at the city County, Minn. near Aug. 30, offers a wide variety of
$73 Road U Si. Roosevelt Bridge.Hendry for the eased, I'I
; Spec lower floor soon wa flooded hall last nIght. Rochester, Two years later his musical instruction for persons five errors day
l' OP sm.Agricultural, WIth Itt ft. of muddy water Her said \the county bulldozer family moved to Americus, Kans., of tilgh school age or above Approximately -' home three more Pirate tallies '" t
Adopted on first, reading by
fund: $5,685 As.reavol sister wa unable to move as the will start work: In \the are* where he attended grade and 150 high school students Scott led the Hollywood hilt i j'
the commission Ordinance
$IN airport fund. $2,- when the wa Monday or as soon thereafter as schools before I Ing with two sinules that batted I
: water kept: rising and 179 which authorizes the city high completing from all over the State are I Came Commission Posts I
decreased 81,138; excesi fee doon and window burst\ she was judge to adjudicate forfeituresto 11 It 1 I. possible to complete the his education at Kansas State expected to attend In additionto Upper St LUCK Bay as home three runs, Prnnoc: in th4th ,. I
and Warr Shlprs in the ,
ind. $2232. $1= hostalliatlon window work now under way on the n J
out Normal School and
up washed through a as Stuart taken In Emporia at least that many more .
the City : Fresh Water collected stuart's hiLs. :
fund $5J78. $1 I1 I- unable to her. oceanfront east of Jensen Beach Business* In 8th only .
up Florence was help gambling raids or taken In con- College Emporia adults. Classes are taught by i ballflsherb' failure started 1 I tl
1; mothers\ pensions, $813,up The lower floors collapsed and with various Given no answer was a re-I Kans Upon graduation Loy moved various faculty members from I I

01; poor relief $8012, up $1 1.20 1.- with difficulty Florence climbed devices nection and to b* used gambling In evi- quest by 0 A. Christopher, 1 to Council Drove,Kans, where Winter Park, Gainesville, De- Game & Fresh. Water Fish I at was the hit game's by a pitch b gii h leadIng nlngShlpes ; ::1 it

; publicity $3408, decreased from a window high enough to dent of the Martin County he was bookkeeper' and later assistant Land, Tallahassee! and elsewhere Commission warden Wednesday \ '
!the defendant, second
dence against .I In the North off but was forced at :
17; vault bond Interest and get her head out of the waterwhere Health and Tuberculosis Assoclatlon cashier and cashier t In posted signs .;
eking fund ,$2,887, ,decreased she hung for three hours A lease by the city to the for Inclusion In the board the Morris County State Bank Fork: Of the St Lucie River just by Woody Munch. Bull Harrtll "
I of the ,
cond baseman Dick
Preceding departure to
county chapter of !the Red Cros- 1847-48 budget of a small mlllage north of the St. Lucie county popped .
until the squad came He served two terms as Register
rescue of certain lots In Woodlawn Subdivision band members was Stuart band line designating all waters Powers, but Powers muffed the I Ii
to raise funds for a proposed 1
There 13 people killed: of Deeds In Morris County beforegoing \ j
were leader Wendell Waters who left and then threw poorly to :
t.A was set at 10 yearsbefor@ above that line as fresh and fly
county health unit hre I I '
ruined and Into the mercantile business ,
was .
The house I' ,
Munch I'
early this week. The band mem- second trying to culch '
the commission the of nets of
A use
AYCEES adoption by !
SEEK everything on the first floor was The substitution of Elmer Ora- The board will meet again In i In 1901. Starting In 1914 he tiers to attend Include Buddy and prohibiting kind In them Both runners moved up u babe .1 r I 1
total loss The flood left 2 ft special' session Tuesday and was with the Empire Oil Com any UH
a Chief : I T C. Hayes Ellen Rowe.il Judy on a wild pitch t trUine stage '. I '
mud when It subsided ham as fire chief during probably 'omit Its regular scheduled for four until he The signs are on 4-Inch pipe Harris.
of pany years Arbogast Emily and Betty Mor- i for two runs on u hit. but I .
IGHWAYS"BODYEMBERS41PS When rescued she was given John N. Mann vacation approved startIng as- meeting Aug. S. I moved to Eldorado Kans.. for rlson, June Matousek: Dolores 24 feet long driven on both I I Lowery and H irac: Arnold fann- I .1 j. I

first aid and later taken to the Monday contribution was by the I three years to be cashier In the Bartlett and Wayne Wells of sides of the river Indicating a I ed in succession I IF I II

hospital for two weeks The shock c was a toward$200 sending the Stuart FIRM--SOLD Farmer and Merchants Bank Stuart and Jack McElfresh of north and south line roughly I In the next inning! Jesse Arn ,:I '

of being l unable to help her sisterand city Sailfishers baseball team to the ICE there Jensen Beach.MARKETS' from the Ira Max place to Britt olds' lead-off grounder went I I ; I '
!the hour of exposure: will Mrs. Loy health necessitated through' short stop Frank Curtis i 'I I;
In Jacksonville
state tournament : Road. I
be hard to overcome She Is now moving to Stuart In 1921 where I LEVEL: GOOD Pennnrk walked and the runners :
---..4 with friend In the country and next week: IN H HOBE SOUND he joined his son who had pre- Jacksonville, July 24 Activities The action was taken by the rearh second and third ,i i" '

A concerted countywide drive I early In August will live with City Manager L. B. Eurit wa ceded him here by even years on State-operated livestock! game department after a groupof I as Campbell threw out Kramer I

'secure. membership In the East, other friends In town. Her authorized by the commission In 1928 he built his present rest markets have continued at a good St. Lucie county citizens! appeared "Chink Stillerk pop in front '
Highway* Association will here hope sh may continue ers to endorse the Jaycee-sponsored Ave. of the plate fell ".rtly..ff f( Camp 1':
i ituart friends Sale of the Ice Com- df nee at 407 North Detroit level during the last weekly report In protest before the St ,
Initiated Monday by the And all extend sketch: for traffic light Oiympla bell's glove %hen he and Dick: '
to Improve LoY In\ He Islurvlved periods figure available 1- '
: pany,in Hobe Bound to Roy Mrs ] died 1938 Lucie County board Wardens the baisWere
Junior Chamber of Corn- wishes for a control on V. 8 1 Immediatelysouth erman collided and t'J
best of
their\ offices
to her In the Jacksonville
eree, It wa announced of the Roosevelt Bridge, Dickinson and Mr*. Ella B. Reid, by his son and daugh I director of have been Instructed to patrol I loaded Howt-ver bhlpta Ij : \'II
speedy recovery William L Wilson,
effective It announced trr-in-l,' Mr. and Mrs Fay
by President Ben A. 281 July was grounded to Scott and Jcwi .1 j
her at Box
will reach revealed. the area.
Mall State Markets. '
ng TuN-I In Cambridge POLIO CASES DROP this week by Andrew Lester The: William Bill Loy Arnold) w>s forced lit home. and 'I( ( "
Drawn former owner action terminates Pennock was retired (atilly at {
oeal' up a* the latest JOINT CHURCH SERVICE Tallahassee. July 24 En- 22 years In the business Purchase -! home as he tried to !score! when iP r'\
project the Idea I 11 to boost
sets of 11- a 1 In preference to: The Presbyterian and Baptist couragement I Ia found In the price was $100000, Dick: i Speed, of Everglades Dickerman relayed the throw HI k .,
ther length-of. Churches will hold a Joint 11 a. State Board of Healths reportfor \tnson said.Dickinson. I to first In a vain effort to catch I 'Ii t
the-8ta routesn ;
eompetition for the >transient' m. service Sunday at the Baptist the year'* first half which moved here recently .: (Coilmwrf On' Fane_Three)

''uslnesi These include the St.ohild Church with Presbyterian pastor show only 45 eases of poliomyelitis this- from Syracuse, N. Y. where Boosted; Canal Navigation Barred fJfI, :

River Trail, V. 8. 17. and' Dr., Charles A Carriel peaking: In Florida. Lut year at he was district manager .for a THE WEATHER :
44 Orange Blossom Trail, U 8 on Calling All Heirs. Sunday time 2flt case had beeji report- packing concern' and has had ,I W

il I and State Road 29 School will be held U usual ed.Commissioners' more \than 23 year experience Clewlston. July 24-(AP)-- have Increased !the maximum lake level, causing water to flow -'-- ,'," t
The In handling" dairy products. AId- Flood ,water from the Everglades discharge of the Caloosahatchee I across the land.Broadfoot 110' so. -k .. "r.'rd' by 1 '\I
membership plan 1 II !lvldd -, Ing him as assistant manager Is. !the St River to 3.500 second feet. said that the lake :l<*Zn R.i Minn. U) :' ; I

,*'Ing Into$100-sw four classes. clan 1 Districts, D. N. Singer, formerly of Pittsburgh Lucil Canal poured at through the rate of (000 The\ "without! regard to navigation level stood at 16.> feet elevation. ill! at-e. :riM!:.;_::7'. M':..:'._. ,t I
Class | tsO Class *> J
$M and whose principal concern cubic feet a second today In an order from Jacksonville: above sea level. He said the average .. ,4J.dy .' ,
; may Class be $10 A membernip -:' Election Precincts Altered will be building"up !the butter, effort by V 8. Engineers to alleviate was supplemented by the realization -I surface elevation surrounding soJ.,17 :: .
from any the Lake: Okeechooni ITJ.1r
that "conditions'
ww ; egg and produce business, DickInson :' nooded condition caused' to .. 11 '
W or front- ,Cit) Commlsi"w -!! saidDickinson. by abnormal rainfall !thl mont\. to navigation1 may develop' In the I region was between 1} and II loll, 1\ ... 11

of \the R BobBaker: who Is resolution one calling Golden Gate. The also 'Included : itated he hoped ta" 'A. R Broadfoot, resident engineer St, LucIe Canal and River downstream 1 feet, or slightly above the normal J"Ir. It II .. "IJ"Ir IsINCHILS
J association U State Two
from St. Lucie Lock: near lake level Water need only be '. RAINFALL
lrgatOrL. all of District t east make: his move here permanentand here said that orders to "
The of three of the putting ,. ,n
membership pro-: for redlstrlctlng Stuart"Consequently navigationIn a foot or so above the ground Ia'' n
* of Range number of Increase the outflow of water .11
of the west boundary reported progressive 10
districts 100"
are used Commissioner -
Jl C 8 1 pubOtY five County .
elevation to flow toward .
nd Jn :Particular and !the other\ altering 40 In District 4 (Palm City plans In mind At prei. from 4900 second: feet to approximately feasible"those! waters and"I*"until not considered further surface the )lake, The average lake elevatlon J.1y J.1y IZrv 1: .. .1.11.1
king of the election Formerly District S (Indlantown) ant they are handling New York 6000 second: (feeL I,"
Redd- of the eight precincts
membership half W notice. navigation through the and within the control I all .. .70
1\1 PoInt out I II that taking one In h* county bays been Included Salerno In. narrow State full glass Cheddar 'CbewaneS.xpec' 11111 Milk uiiiimiininiiiiV St. Lucle. Moore Haven and limit, I I. from 14 to 17 feet above I :iA' N
eastward to to add cottage cheese
'qu wl to Commission corridor extending
an Investment to lur., adopted by_th* County ,JohnN Ortona Locks will not be sea level
her total the river egg, poultry and butter In the B. weather Observer permitted
business condition on Change In !the precincts In- next few months Re also plan Mann reported Tuesday Rain, al much as 20 Inches TWTHE'TIDES.
2mpity"tr'll'o east coast and not Purpose of th* redistricting "All and interests above normal In some sector, an
\ would eluded putting all of Precinct I the, Installation of a dairy beef more than 14 inches of rain vessel! navigation .
bomeone'sVirsProuldent all-districts
ney to flu wa ao'that to off after
cautioned\ beginning taper
la Stuart are urged and now
ket. be a* nearly equal (Indlantown) east of the west and pork products cooler and to ha ,been recorded
"henceforth to sine lane I. to exercise, utmost precautionswhile a six-weeks long slrge.of almost
boundary of Rang 40 and north carry special meat product ,
Brnest' .'J'rller' In proportion. to population upoaalbl. operating In the area and dally precipitation .. ;;;; LO-16
ffcUv bf the south boundary of Town- serve as hotel suppliers. High M e4 at the Jay*** meeting .." Both become JiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmimiMimiiiiwfthout I are reque.Lec1.to refrain from Point where water cover Ink (M thy wwk. .l"l'._ 1.1, 14 'K.
w the after In Th ship 3' Into Prtclnct f (Palm Renovation of the plant also ., Ttm. I'M ..-.11'. f..., .<.! I ho'"
publication *
court house have caused !the Ftordli
Then s*>rAy alight City). They also Included movIng are envisioned the new 'o-Own. regard to navigationwen attempting passage until the highway II ....._ I.. .kimb "d J h.... II
a report of ** merttn Stuart, Vtvi for tour eonsecuUv -, the of Prtclnct said', Issued July 18 by !the district present emergency has passed" Greyhound bus lines to reroute. ..Ivtft., b... V-'" WW,. W-07 t W I
* north boundary. er _
the board of doctor* get *' week starting today. .rains. which he,* left Busses are being tent via For L W. H. milabA' :' W ;
between 0 at ", ,Attorney for the Lester wa* engineer at Jacksonville: as I Heavy A.. P", A 10. :.,
raursdaj' nictat .*. jrton: Por Change In the dlat.rlc"'la- 4 'ISSISF110( ) of the T. T.Ough- ill emergency measure 1 some part of the Everglades Inundated Pierce from West Palm Beach Instead .
* Fear cluded moving the border Of and the 8t Lucl* River southward z. M. Francis ; JWY n: m HA! :; lHI
ending A**84 141 th terson law office Stuart., while 'He explained Pst the rate of caused the emergency of Canal Point and wage ,
P4 at liP a JIIII1e1: DUtrfct: t between the ,St. Lucia from the north line of the Samuel X. Adam of West Palm discharge mean that 1.000 cubic, condition: and In torn eases Is reported over the Bhawaru Zr, It 4,14 .:.. ,.,,17 u.fi ,

bi. Safety, ............ ....... .River and U 8, 1. southwardfrom Han-1 Hanson Qrant to, ;Jefferson Av*., Beach represented the purchastn. feet of water passes a given point brought UirTev l of water on th* road. Conner Highway ant 4 i: :: ::: at&.. :;;: flofIV
of the
tntal atfatn. ,aIMI....,.....tIon1ItJI ion Grant th* north id Jefferson line Av*. In,lin Golden Oat: No broker was Involved! ,i each second. Engineer already ground! surface higher than !the along! other Everglade: mutes 144' : lisit

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i1 P10ETTOif" ; TEE STtART! NEWS, Count.

.. STUART GIRLS TO BE brand{ studio In .
UBRARY Stuart t
SCHOOL tember, the
I BOOKS IN DANCING announced ;
rived home this week .LA LeI, .t, RECITALS NEXT WEEK Wffk. 11II''
1 i'' and Mn, John Thelss of Notes of Interest To Veterans
; l. few weeks In the North cjro Mr. Blanche Slocum county '
uu< Crescent who have
t 1'i tins Mountains at Montreal : /Moses A. Contact Officer the following Three Stuart girls will participate DIRECTOR NAMED
1 ''If> a tour of the New tng. ON LOWER LAKE Geerg R. V. librarian. Mae reported
i; returned this week Management plans will enable At office of H. R Lower*, Jr Fort Pierce Headquarters new books at the local library In a presentation "Vac: Gainesville, July H Wilts

\ I ,I II'> I riverfront home In ths you to realize a steady income 1 to 4 p. m. Monday 105 Atlantic..h.UU.h.Ave. .......... ': "ABC: of Gliding ahd Sail- ation Varieties" by 'Tmpils of: of plan libraries under way foi PXPttIII", ,
,\. r .t, ,'\ Addition. from your forest land. Engineer Cell Belle Glade "NgluhnuuluNflnnlulnlnlnmulnlAnswers ntiniiMiiMiniimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiniiiimn flying" 'and "ABC of Aviation"by Mrs Bernice Alken.1 dancing at the Unlvem l1, .
: Florida,
1 Meeting AU,. 41| to the 10 questions A.-No. Only veteran are eligible Lt.-Col. Pate; Children\ Are school of Fort Pierce at the Fort: week the officials appolntnw announw! ,!,?:I
;I Cite Factor (hat veteran most. frequently ask] for VA hospital care People Emily Post: "The Tenl- Fierce School auditorium at t ilstanl! director of m aQ..
fled Society;' Telibet, The Scar- proceeds of i !ibrar, \
about hospltalliallon I at Government I have choice to Tuesday take
: .f Q.Do a as charge of the
The Jacksonville U 8 Engln- let Patch," Lancaster; "The the performance will go *o benefit I InlvclI.rl"tsclent.lflc !
expense we reported today which hospital. I wilt go? Scott /holdings: .
Il'r ' : by the Veteran Administration A.-.oneraIlY. a veteran 1 Is assigned "The Heller:' Hennlng: The fund.
. t ul\ Btlte: Oladi Legion Hall Monday The questions and. answers. to the hospital nearest his Lonely Carrot Walker; "The Taking part from here will be ACTHOllITI CiTED C

,I. Aug, 4 to discus' lowering follow: home However, crowded conditions Prince of Foxes"! Shellabarger Jane and Nancy Morrison and I Tallahassee, July 24 jw
t ilce Okcecnobee M requested Q.Which veterans are entitled In certain hospitals, or the "The Prince of Foxe" by Annette OTtey Station 1 WIRA cf the Peace have no hi rpetty i
I f't by the Everglades Drainage DIs- to hoipltallzallon' In a VA type of Injury or disease suffered the author of "Captain from will broadcast the performanceand I offenses in t j,1.t]inst.1
\ trlr hospital? by the veteran might result Castile" U a leader In the book also a preview of It. at 10;lip I ing' criminal court\ ; reexenl'
;I r g, Il ,V 7. hi\ present level are between A.-Veterans with servlce-con- In his being assigned to 'a world today, being a fabulous m Monday. I according to Attorn, >ix>m
1 Hand 17 T*t. nected disabilities have top priority Kptclal center or hospital In another .story of a mysterious young lord Mrs. Alken plan. to. open 1.1 J. Toni Watson II!
"'Ihe attention of navlgathir for VA hospital care. Veterans section of the country whose life and love peratmlfl -- .---
l .v Interests la Invited to the fact with non-servlce-cqnnected'' Q. Can my relatives visit me the dynamic. turbulent and
1 that lowering the lower limit ailments may be hospitalized If while I ant In the hospital. contradictory course of the Italian "17 Sins and a Forgotten Dream
I would automatically decrease! beds are! available and If they' A.--Yes. All VA hospitals have Renaissance
NOW the xlxUng navigation depth of cannot afford treatment elsewhere special hours set aside each day Mrs. Slocum also reported that Mark the End of the World"

roucAi IRES ONE III hot trek less,* the Engineer j, for visitors, the same a* civilian that 100 book have been moved
| slated. Likewise the present Q.-How and where do t applyfor hospitals. from the rental shelves to the Hear This Vital Sukjecf

I Bur authorized project depth ,of t hospitalization? | Q.__Will my disability compensation membership shelves. Library. at the Grand OpeninaSurtjay
Delude feet would require restudy and A.-See your nearest VA con will be taken away; hours are from 9:30 a m to 1
fuithpr analysis of Ito Justification tact representative or apply at' from me tf I am hospltallied In p. m. and T to S p. m. Monday: July 27, 8 P. M/at the
a VA regional office or hospital a VA hospital? o
CHAMPIONS The Duke cannot be controlled 'In an emergency' call the, nearest A-If you are single, your
able line the Sanford -
appeared on
within a narrower limit than 3 VA office; collect i, compensation will be paid to you when GOSPEL TABEWJACLE
Market recently one I
feel' because' of excess! ratio of Q.-Do I have to pay anything In full every' month for the first
,'vaporatiou to rainfall during for. VA tiospltalliiallon? six months: but If your treatment of the large Eastern shipped food ", Late Are, and E/.t St.E .
AT ROWER THAHj 14 prolonged droughts. It was stat- A.-No, All charges are borne or care extends beyond six concerns ro-I
proximately 111 tons of the
L Ii Iiit ed and the Engineer announce- by the Government : months your monthly benefit llant red-orange! Boston Vel t Frank a Ilri1
PRICE 1 mri .IHO pointed to IrlgattonprnbMiw Q.-Can I go to a private hospital payment may not exceed! 80 percent
it PRE WAX which would be faced In my home town and have of the regular rate o* $30 a quash State, A to.representative It* plant In New of T the I Don't Mi. This Soul- reinglSubject
f deco Lab levels were down. VA pay the bill? month whichever Is the greater. too I
Prices in the coastal area of A.--Yes If you have a service- If the regular rate In $30 or toncern who came to Fonda shipping Everybody ,Vr/lcome( ,
the packing and
Mai'I In County would probably connected disability and receive It will not be reduced. Upon less'l supervise ( /
stated' that the squash Seat Free Seats Free
fit: 1I''OlOl1lcd' and conJnued din VA's approval first rnarge by the VA you will \
would be used In the making
flMiift: through St. Lucie Canal. Q.-What paper should I bring clcve a'' lump'sum equal to the .
baby foods. The squash was
with me when I apply for VA amount that was withheld after]
In bulk In refrigerator cars in
capitalization? the six-month period If
FARM PRICES"DROP ABring your honorable discharge have a dependent or :dependents: you,I a manner similar' to that Used
In loading watermelons. Exceptfor io
certificate or a certified' your compensation payments] IC.Ei1
their brilliant red-orange! !
copy. will continue at the full rate for
color, the Boston marrow !resembles -
SEEN DUE Q.--Will VA pay for medicalcare the entire period of your hos- the Hubbard squash In alas i
of my dependents? pltallxntion
h shape and skin texture OF CITY EQUALIZJmON BOARD MEETING| ;"'
4 The crop which was an experimental -
1 011111I vllle July 24 "It Is one was grown by Wil- Tue.day/4y 29; 10 A. M,
.ill 'u, assume that the period COUNTY liam Ludwlg Thet! fruits shipped
0hli\ 1) yields and Increasing' weighed from 8 to 10 Ibs each, Notice U hereby given />at \he Equalization B< ird of line
IIrh' of farrh products I Is ap- The County ACTIVITIEq' They contain a highly colored City of Stuart will nice/on 'Jkiesday. July 29 in, sells
1. Save wtw .i,.. ..'. PAY AS IITTIt ASZ. Di....oiling Ito end than to take neat about ft Inches thick!: It hour of 10 A. M, at fa usull I meeting place in ih, City
N.w l.vr .rIc..r .1 sx'rulatlve position" econom- By L. M. b understood that Boston mar- Hall of said City, at f'hich 1 ilaoe and limp th r err t Asfssmont
ii' Save wIsh 0.. 1, rd ,-t Alvin If. Spurlock!: of the Fiords row squash Is an ordinary erop Roll for'tbe ear 1917 will be nilnrntl n c' said
N 1do-l. As..1S. // 1 Agricultural' Experiment Well here In the middle !In Northern New York, and that further iVtice Is hcrclij tint
we are every phase of mango productionwill Board for approval ; t :' ;
Save M.,. as Mil, .. '': tlnn advised Florida farmers I the crop grown here will be used corVctions
p" WEEK of National Farm Safety Week be presented at Intervals nil persons desiring have made n aid liollt
.d h''y'' k odav to fill out the pack of the con
i What are you doing about It? dining the day. The exhibit of whether in the (listlnl, valuation rf property, or thmu is< {
4. Save n.... ... v... UK present high level of cern until their Northern harvest
u.. .... c....... inns t I prk'es and record Income;' Are you doing your best to make' mangos will be supplementedwith I II ready in September. are required to file iith the City uditor and 11< rI i on of
......... .. ... f,. .4 h. explained "cannot be expect- your farm a safe place to live i litchee pineapple and before the day pre/ious to the rl ellng of said tiiiiht.
s. d to continue always. and some and work? Remember that farm, other tropical fruit exhibits M USDA Note: tion Hoard na nfor said, their Peition setting forth then
''I I''{ "adjustment In prices 1 Is expected people have more accidents than U Mounts: agricultural agent" Did you know? Thai mosquitoes objections to such Assessment and} the correction chick
-- Heavy export of food my other group In the country I Palm Beach County will be In find you more, edible when they desire to have made.
: ,." ,.,. "'/ end fiberto Europe are now sup- The list below I shows some of the charge of the forum and many you dress In black but quite un-
1 f. i.ew.,..f':- S.rvk.Lone. l (jortliw many farm price. but things which cause so many' noted speakers will be on the palatable when you dress In
>ln cnnno continue! Indefinite farm people to lose their live., program. white or yellow? Blue and red EhritAt
)li I 'ind'T present arrangement. or become badly Injured: also attract the pests, In a half L B.
{ 'urthermoif any slackening of Lack of care with auto tract-, The livestock grading demonstration minute test run 1499 mosquito
''h, demand for durable goods ors and farm machinery. Falls to be held at the Ever; lit on a black shirt worn by one
I "nt' house and a reduction of In the home and from ladders or glades Experimental Station In man as compared with only {20 City And or 'and ClerkWMMmmmiMtt
stairs without rails tack of Belle Glade at 2 m 1 will .
tiUh Income payment lit this care p. Aug. on the white shirt of another
country may be expected to af- In handling farm animals, especially -.' be In charge of Dr. R. V. Allison
fiuton ; g fi" farm pricEs adversely" bulls, mule and horses These demonstrations are designed -
i IU : ; K-purlotk! emphasized that he Fires In the home or other farm' to Inform farmers and
9 \ 11.\TTt: : \' no predicting deflation, but buildings. Careless use of an ax I livestock producers concerning' s +
II' N..ndablo warning farmers to prepare or other sharp tools. Loose )boards livestock grades. Some of the
", a. toM0 J It btfure It strikes In order 01 !!iftalrs ladders or floors. Careless : benefits of classifying and grading -
madras M rice ..\\41 Yac' be on the "safe tide" use or storage of gasoline are:
I was po "1 kerosene or other flammable materials 8(lllng animals according to
I t,,\ MODEL PLANE CLUB Careless storage of poisons their value, or more accurate appraisal
\ TO PICK EMBLEM or poison spray and Insecticides -' of their value Buyers
I. ': .. ____ ___- Sharp tools and other; can buy animal they want with
i ;f I Snarl Model Plane Club 1 Is ofriser' -I equipment left where people out accepting those they do not >
J Coleman's ll e & Ato Supply i I.. \ $1 prl/e to the member might walk Into them especially want More accurate market reports -
'.MI", 'ubmlu the best design for at nigh Sharp tools, matches regarding current. receiptsand
and 111 mblem Special plane-build- lye poisons or latter within prices; serve as a guide for
I'' 1111'i kits will be made available reach of children production breeding, feeding,
Colem 's Firest eN '" beginners at next Monday Those are only a few of the. and marketing operation. make
h' his\ meeting at the Civic hazards. There are many other. possible more reliable comparisons ''" "
and It behooves every farm family of price at different markets i
.N Ser cc Station II"h _- --- to look for these hazards and and promotes more orderly x
The Forest Service maintains do everything that can be doneto marketing One cjfi purchase
STUART FLORIDA mobile radio receivers and! prevent trouble by correctionand animal for slaughter or feeding
'I mobile transmitters by being careful. Accidentsmean without a personal Inspection of rKRx1
I -- ,-- -.- suffering, loss from work the animals Provides a basis for t
Is9vvs.etHI "'" and economic loss Dont blame compiling statistical data for

.t \ others for dangerous conditions studying supplies. demand, prices ,
held correct them! and movement of livestock. r

,, ''i : Announcemente Visitors will be given an opportunity rs1I
;, q Tonlorrow Is the day of the to place live animals 1
mango forum to be held In Cen- and have their classification
fo'' e tral High School In Hollywoodfrom Checked by the expert graders.

-A { 11:30: a. m. to 10 p. m. A -
l series of Informative talks on Something new In the vegetJlG&JICTOIl -

After 22 Years of Operating -----
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: Thi Business t-


I I f I Ha\e\ Sold 4y

% ,..AmAANcr..COMroiir..CON NIENClcere /

t' \ 1 0 a .a brand comfort safety( and
1 'c ( new styling, ,
itbnina In these flew light and medium dory'

Olympia Company *fc 'is G Cs They're newly and sleekly icrearahnid.ThV : .,

e 1 V have cabs that are J# Inches longir'and9Jinche

adjustable stats wit nearly double the

nurnJVr' of teal springs, I iAdtvidiully wrapH

at for g arer comfort new windshield iW,

sl.dausvs\ are 5li I Inches wider sod 2 lathes higher.

.1 r Hob Sound nVw' ventilation ,with provision (Tot

4 r' fresh 'air heating > new Insulation/ sound ,

prooanl and weather sealing And they have l''

l ) I liiprovedv and chau'
4r r II many war proved engine
fI DLO-FHONOGRAPH !r s'I'K'y'-J'OWO- advance lara thai make them the. strongeft

irurdies GMCs of their kind ever built. They
ie I take this to thank my, many This VMnU rtlo-fhoawgrapliKfrele STAMINA AND are offered Id l a wide variety of bod> end chassi
;' Friend occatn thro\lgh he RCA Victor fakrjam UinrngboiilS I'fI'OlMANQ types .+ all designed to do a better hauling t job
I 'F s touch a>4 Uu eorapfrt eonlrol unit roll.
and Goodwill to oot..e.dle (A.H-lf) .nd phanograpfc. i YMAC r i. #laymeni flan Aisure You 0)) the" (..... > ifoWe Rates .- -'
t 'years, the. Plays 13 teeord.f-Slleal Ssppklte" >itl1 '
New Owner. plek.p..ae see die.Tbr..t >jHt Of VALUE "
I. *h ge. "Cold. "
t.ne. 9h It sass $495,00 WILEYMOTOR CO. ;

T...arw.r .. : '

Hall's lectric 'Service Ted Hitt, Sale Manager' "

Andy Lester USED CAR 4lh I
1..OT. Street Stuart Fla '
Poet Off ice T f cade Stuart .

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IYCIAL'( 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 !11.MI, I

I'V llunn Telephone J5-W Office Phone 100 ," ,
UN' JOINS RESERVE I Im Ice record of Pacific duty with BORN SATURDAY MORNINGMr. CELEBRATE. 2ND BIRTHDAY FRIDAY I Iti Mrs. Fred Hancock and three -- \ it ,fIt 11.
joinedI'tUlar the Marine outfit he and Mrs. Clifford Sullivanof daughters '
TIlton Sunday flying was Patricia, Gloria and WIVES AND MOTHERS 01 DRINKING MMALCOIL0LISM I ) I'
reserve of the Marine placed! on Inactive duty as a 1st Albany An. have announced Doris, and her nieces, Carol and '!
Corps while 1ft MaUnl\ and lieutenant at the close of the tOO birth of a son. Barry Myrll Nancy Crandall, and nephew, ( t
r T
to Cherry Point, N.'C.. war Before signing up with the Saturday morning at Martin iseo otesy te.I.d yJfp* W.* *l N..N.Iwthe
m to Bobby Crandall, will leave Wed I :\
fet month for a U-day tour of regulars he was with the voluntary County Hospital. He weighed 8 WHIT oX.HOSPITAL ', I ,
Ibs. nesday for Georgia where they '
distinguished serv- reserve flight I'Idi'1 I\
t1 Alter a unit. Nile CmtrO Avenue St. F w9bve pls.
will two-week
Z01 Aw. spend a vacationIn
DUTCH TREAT MEETS lit the mountains. ...... '
Phone The weekly meeting of the .
: IlLYR! 1IIIIIIb Open : Dutch Treat Club postponed to Donald A. Burroughs, Stetson ; : .
Mon' thru S tFri. Friday met at the Civic Center student", visited his parents, Mr, 'Idi'1 I '
5:45 2s: with one table In play.Mrs.Stanley '' q and Mrs. W, O. Penny last week Highest Cash For Your Car i i iWON'T 'Y' ,;
Kltchlng won top prise' with\ Noor end
TODAY ONLY, THURS., JULY 24th, Mrs. Harold Kelley taking sec e... TAKE FlY ';NUTES I r '
HIT NO. HIT NO. 2 ond. Mrs. R. O. Judson and Mrs. Mrs. 'Theodore Dchon and / 1. ::

Carrol Durucombe completed the r' r daughter Miss Alice Dchon, have We can pay you the O. \ AyJimit for your car which I 't I !
foursome, returned from a six-work vacation Is much and s ;i' '
o OFIVf as as you \f get anywhere IH i; I
trip to Wilmington, Del,
1 JD STAY < TilE LAW :h
JOE BACKUS HONOREDMr. where they visited her daughter'afamll" W/I t ,{ : ,
and Mrs. H. B. Swingle- Mr. and Mrs. Charles 11. '
100 hurst entertained at their Rio Swayne. Going north they 'f
home Seahorse at dinner Thursday stopped for a few days with her 311-23 South Demos; 'I"t: '
.cau.eu tKllat evening, honoring the birthday ,, son Theodpre Dehon. Jr., and 1 'I t
i e of Joe C. Backus. Quests .......Ii by JiloIllt ...._ family and also at Hampton, S. Fort Pierce, Fla. Telephone. 190 ,{ j
with were Mr. and Mrs. M. Higbee and'1- KAY AND KAREN IIARTMAN 1 I C,, toy visit another daughter, -....- ... l r.:.f. "
r Patr Sheffield 1bd Mr. and Mrs.. Backus. __ '_ Mrs. Wilder Mauldin and family. ... 'I I
b -- --- --- -
D + Kay and Karen Hartman were They brought home her granddaughter '
bi ...YI.eROYAL YOUNG PEOPLE RALLY honored on their 2nd birthday the Florida Congressjjf P-TA at I Ann Mauldln and her } ;; : :'
Florida State University which friend. Patsy Reynolds who will !
Mrs. !
Friday when their mother, ;
The Wonder Wild Horse A REPUBLI rICTURIFRIDAY all-day rally for young, Ralph Hartman Jr., entertained3d she attended In June. Miss Flora, remain for several weeks. / II : I II
people of the Indian River Association Stanley, school nurse, told of -a- '
i uHIKe "?'i'I't
was held In Vero Beach, youngsters a; a lawn party at work Mrs. C. B. Arbogast Is home !I IA
the done thus far the
& SATURDAY, JULY 2Sth & 26th Thursday. Mrs Ed Burgess of the Hartman, Sr. home, 809 on from.a two-month visit with the q qI
Double Feature Program Stuart young peoples director: Stypmann Blvd. The hostess was child health program and of I family of her sister Mrs. C. H. Of,5PORTSHOE ::1. ; :
for the future.
plans Swayne. In Wilmington Del. Mr.
mother Mrs.
for the asscoclatlon, presided., assisted by her ,
No., 1 Feature No. 2UNDER
Feature JohnwICk announced that Arbogast and Mlddlcton I '
More than ISO: young people Ernest Ricou, her slsUrs. Miss son.
r w'it/0l' kISBa S from eight churches In the association -, Mollie hicou, who presided at children entering school this fall I drove up for her and on the return if" '
must be not \less than 5 years trip all slopped In Charles
the punch bowl and Mrs. Jack
attended the seslson
Ier'W / !_ : Heaton of Jensen Beach and and t months of age on the open I ton to visit their son, Ben, a stu- 1\"
ing day of school. dent at The Citadel 1I .
Mrs. R. W. Hartman.
EASTERN. -- ---- ;. i
When rain forced the guests
Indoors movie film of Clyde I
The OES circle met at the a --
home of Mrs. John Hilton' last Seattle's animal training feats International
: !
Thursday for a {covered dish held their attention until they I I J
& tesluOl MELIITNRUSSELLD.i luncheon and sewing bee. Those returned to tr.e lawn for games Bulova Watches ,
and refreshments.
attending were Mrs. Carrie Row-
VADA SKIES Ie,. Mrs. Vivian Mapp Mrs. A color scheme of pink was Keepsake and Woods rt Carved
carried out In. floral decorationsof
OfSUNDAY Nancy Bell, Mrs Augusta Johns' i Diamonds and We ling Rings I ft
hlsblcua and
crepe myrtle '
Mrs. Alice Gllson. Mrs. Flora .00
Corbett, Mrs. Myra Hilton, Miss zinnias and In floral! designs on
Virginia CadwelL\ Michel' 'and Mrs. Alice crepe. Little paper airplanes tablecloth were and givenfor napkins C.- & E. &LKER ,

& MON A JULY 27th & 28th The next meeting will be Aug. favors. .Jw ers J
Invited wore the Jcni
T at the home of Mrs, Lewis Bell guests
of ,Ben Beach cousins of the twins,
on Palm Beach Road. Mrs. Johns
11,5, jIW% 9 9Nt Randy Tilton and John Jim,
and Mrs. McPherson will be
TOWN .and co-
T .. N l
THE T frg0er-tolled hostesses. Members art requestedto Ann, Margaret and Kathryn: "

FROPINTIER MISTORT. who bring their sewing kits. Heaton and Nan; Freddie and Nell Mary Walton Francis of Bath Room Tne and Asphalt Tile ,"' :

Palm City; Suzanne. Sandra and so AIry-esM e.wMyty soft e.d 1..s :,
EVEREADY CLASS GIVES' Jay Davey', Carol and Judy Jack Also Supply of jrclgian'Tile in various colors Rnlee,.,Swrdy ss.a b tar dw lose .a ,' f fecd.s.paN
SURPRISE STORK SHOWERThe son, Mary and William Lyons 1/s 3/16 Commercial Was 'wd.ddea Is 1
r1z Eveready Sunday School: Billy and Tommie Christopher _. .Ppby Pa ,td p esss ,
class of the Baptist Church gave
Nancy and Kay King Joel Wallace -
a covered dish luncheon July 9 Tile Bath Drainboarda Porches of
AathMIF1 Lon Tyson Jr.. Gala Handy
at the church annex. After the Llbby' Keller Peggy Harklns Quarry Tile '
luncheon an olp-fashioned black' Darlene McCoy, Dlan Houston, FORT PIER TILE & CONSTRUCTION CO. STUART, .. :
SCOTT RAat R N Iooo JEIF TS seortS"ilbbr HATES mammy entered with a basketOf Shirley Smith Mary Jo SpeedY 4" = !
gifts for a surprise stork shower 7fD
Charles Porter, Ronnie Outcatt HOWLETT
so, issue 0,jjj. by for Mrs. Olenn Ulmer. Mrs.' Rosemary Taylor, Jerry DcFoe.Jr. DEPARTMENT STORE
Howard Heavener sang a lullaby ., Ann Chambers "and Brady r. O. Box 1111 I Phone 187 Ill N. 18th St! Fort Fierce
DOMINION accompanied by Mrs. Durant at Hartman. Adults attending were "
TUESDAY & W DNESDAY, J Y 29th & 30th the piano. Games and contests Mrs. Tyson, Mrs. Fred Walton: ,
were enjoyed and then Mrs Ul- Mrs. DeFor Phyllis Baker, Aur-
mer opened the basket of 18 lel Oberhausand Mrs. Mona

IT WALKS i lovely gifts. ,i Wallace.
'tHE fAST Continuing Our Sensationally Reduced

Spider.. Mr. and Mrs. Shirl C. FrankUn -
; W TN 5.Cob will visit his parents the William Mr.. William Merritt of Salerno -
IT KILLS < i Franklins In Townsend was elected president ofj I JULY
Tenn., during their wedding trip the county councildrt the Par
like a to North Carolina and Tennes! i ent-Teacher Association) at the I'
FINGERS. see. When they return they will summer quarter meeting Mon)
,,,! reside at 1022 Citrus Ave., Fort day at the Salerno Church. Mrs.
Pierce. George Blanton will serve sal' '
natural: hitl/ Their marriage was solemnized' secretary, I
WARNERS' Super.. Super- Friday morning at the Fort Mrs. Andrew Lester, vicepresident -I CLEAR NCEDWESSES

_./.T ..NMI. 'HU_ __.,,."OI..._rx.r. M.r.b Pierce Methodist Church by he, of Hobe Sound, presided
1MDA*KING LORRE""'jgggaarasratfsSATURDAY : '- Rev. R.' A.Alley.The R. M. Registers over the session which followed i
were their attendants. Th a luncheon served by the
bride Is the former Elsie: Krlstlna hostess association.The .
MORNING KIDDIE MATINEE Peterson, a native of Fort Pierce program Included a talk f
"ANNE OF GREEN CABLES" OPEN 9:45 where she received her ducatlon. by Principal Erwin F.'Juhnwick
Franklin a former resident of who explained the new registration -
Stuart was born and educatedIn system which will be Inaugurated -
Townsend, served three yean In September and discussed 1
In the Army Air Forces and Is' various school subjects.Mrs. .
now a number of the Fort PierceFire Marie McCuliuURli gave a
Department I review of the State Institute of


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Y $ and $7.00 *81!,

HpR Sizes 9 to 19v 12 to 20 38 to'44 1 t I,

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tow X101 W H1ad Special $2-00

wpCh a .

-Well BATHING SUITS . large sizes $4.00

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5 Rain Control(Sold by Ventilation The: STYLE' SHOP

:Ayiilable}i Now; for Deliv Spray Shutters Products Co. I t

,' 243 Oiceola Avenue
Artin, County Electric:Co'; Most Hardware Store, Builder: Supply-Companies, .

Department Stores
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I ; t\nM.\4 t Stuart News Weekly Basket Pager 1

( (, --- --- gust body, though It ha the unusual -1 the.vttf ran need, or wlabe*;, to ing 'and pressing the 1411

;. ; ''jf SALES Se. Us For ill I SOCIAL NEWS of STUART I /12 4-H Girls distinction of having passed -'have terminal leave bond trans viol terminal leave for 04 b,

t' the House by unanimous lated Into cash he would.be lea
& and
'J'I"I I ,"" "-- |-ggi Repair Attend/ Camp vole; that .1* the bill enabling than human If he did not resent
r 1 Parts dls to cash their terminal leave being treated a* some itoange
I ', < 1 I Brisk Tourist Business Is bonds instead of,holding them sort of animal who. must be protected
I '1: SERVICEARN Near OcalaTwelve against himself merely
i" for five
( f .' ,/ L BAUERPhone yean ,I because his rank wu Indicated
\ This bill has significantly
t '. Revealed by Hotel Records been omitted from the "must"list by stripes (or the lack of "DU) THE MOST COM
.' r \ St. Lucia Boulevard 142-W I i 'Martin County 4-H I a program which. wilt undoubtedly on his sleeve Instead of by rEAIL[ AN WH
shoulder ban, viaple
Club girl left Monday morning gleaming
I the -full time
'__'___ That Northern visitor art Mr. and ..,.. John E. )Field of for Camp McQuarrle a state. of the Senate for the remainder leaf or whathaveyouWhether. Q
not the Senate
I.1 choosing Florida for summer vacations Fort Meyer The Meyers: were' owned 4-H Club camp near of this session Some statistical bill making the bonds
r'' passes
while Florldlfins axe tour.! celebrating their 30th wedding. Ocala where. they are spending Interested In securing and or cashable, Rep. Dwight Roger LyTFIE, MB EA
1 1I that It the bonds are made cashable
the week before Sat:
Ilnft their home State I Is revealed I anniversary. by returning to the returning $225,009loose (ID: rial) U.entitled to the appreciation 417 EE
It.will turn some ow
JANE PARKER the report of recent at I of all former enlisted now
y guests St Lucle\ where !they, spent their. The trip to camp 1* won. by the I overnight on helpless PHO 3851
the St: Lucie Hotel\ Mr and Mr* honeymoon : personnel for ills.part In Initiat_
: ( PLAIN OR SUGARED girls because of work done In the and unprotected country. The
I : Cruse! Martin of Sandy Springs I 4-H Club In their own communities holder of these bonds are aver- ,
S. C., who are touring the Cast: MB. ANA MRS. gUNCMENTSww,4 during the current age, everyday Americans,main
Coast topped, hen overnight! roU I year, The camp program U set I ly Intreaeted In securing and/or
drove on to Miami and returned Mr and Mr*. PrlceiFrench entertained -' up on an educational basis, as maintaining homes, families CENTRAL RKET
DONUTS19c to spend several day ot their with bridge and dessert Is the policy of the Extension I and. Jobs and there 1 Ie no more
Florida vacation foif 23 gusst at their home In Service. During the week, act-! reason to believe that Hinds de. MEAT
DOZ. Illinois guests Included Mr St. Lucie Estate Tuesday night./vibes: :In: leadership I recreation, rived from cashing the bonds ,
\; I. / and Mrs, L. Fortune and daughter Frlse for high scores were. won I I and swimming; will I be participated 1 would be spent In riotous living
I I Janet of Casejrvllle and O by Me*. H. a fitetfeiu and Richard In by the girls than to accredit such behaviorto PRODUCE ROCERIES.
/ ... 6aM ....../", 4P.4 IIa '.... i S.Ik man and M. Fortune of East: M. KJsier! Other attendingwere Those going to camp from I officer personnel whose terminal II
!, :t ... St Louis Mr and Mrs Q, C. Mr. and Mrs John U. Men-i this county are Zola Mae Blokes-! ,leave was paid cash-on- COURTEOUS: SERVICE
Walker of Marlon, Va, spent nlnger I Mr and Mr*. C R Ash: lee, Munsy Boyd Florence Meg- the-barlhead "IVENIENTLY
I live dayi In Stuart looking over ley,Dr and Mrs.Walter F Davey gelt, Isabelle Mathers of Stuart; It might be Interesting It the C LOCATiC2nd : ]
: t "s"Ar property with the prospect ,of Mr. and Mrs C. >F. Ireland Mr Jean Johnson: Jean Saundorson, statisticians would release! figures and Akron / \ JoeBrmJ
DRESSING 27c I and Mr Forrest, Mr and Sallie Mathers, Annette Smith of
Jar buying. Mr. and Mr. J. T. De- C A : on the amount paid to officers -
Salerno Revls Braley Lucy
I ;
Mrs. F Johdwlck, Mr. and
Erwln., :
Loach and two daughter of I Jensen Beach for unused terminal leave!,
Sallle Hertel of ;
Mrs >} Mennlnger.. Jr.,'MrSteUens.
\ Roanoke Ala. art vacationing of Indian- and It would be even more Intriguing -
ANN PACE SPARKLE I here while Mr. DeLoach Installsn Mr* Doxler, Bror J. town and Betty The St Ha Lucia away County girls If the figures Included\ the
'w awning on the W. W Mat .CarlbeTg Mrs. Elizabeth Ma Went with the "time off takes by officer per- Announcing New
ICE CREAM MIX 3.3 .,,. 20c Store W. C. Shepherd, Jr.. of diera. Mr*. Brook, and Russell Mrs Clara Gideon of Jensen sonnel under the guise of TDY,
f West.
the Shepherd Construction Company Beach drove the bus, and Mrs. which was actually leave, but
I of Atlanta 1 Is staying at the May E. Wallace and Mrs. Zola not charged as such DELIVERY SERVICE !
N Ion I Oleo Lb. St Lucie while supervising the Mrs. Q W. Conrad left Tuesday Blakeslee went as 4-H. Club Regardless of whether. or, not !
fsNo14 l highway construction work In to visit her mother. Mrs. E. leader The trip Is under the direction .
NUTLEY 33cVeal this area. N. B. Cavlneu of Cedar ,H. Bess, at Fieoerlcktown. MO. of Miss Luclle Inscoc.. t
I Rapids Iowa a representative of They will drive to Henderson- Martin County Home Demonstration Tod.y'i Milk -- Today
the Cedar Rapids Construction vllle. N. C. In August for a vacation Agent, who also made STUART, ORE SUND, JUPITER,
Shoulder Lamb Shoulder 1 i Company I U a guest at the hotel and to get Carter Conrad the trIp. Produced JENSEN BEH a Bjf SEWALL'S POINT
who. 1 18 spending two month at _
while supervising the Installation -
i i.. ROAST 43c ROAST,, 45c of the new asphalt plant at Shlmney Rock Boys Camp on Mr.and Mrs A.I*Hacked'spent and Ph e62
Lake Sure Mrs. Conrad and ion ;
Shank Half Port !Bewail I the week end In West Palm ,Pis urleIn
Florida' visitors Include Mr. I i will return to Stuart the latter .
I Beach, their former home visiting \
( llermao Skinks Lb. i' Lamb or Veal 1 Lb. and Mrs F W. Fenn and daughter part of August._ i friends Their children visited Mart untyBarat' SEA FOOOaAsD FROSTED FOODS .
I Mary, from St. Petersburgwho Mrs Hackettl ,
with parents
II I 29c plan to stop: on their return Mr and Mrs Walter O. Johns '
Mr. and Mr P S. Fagan at airy QUALITY\SEA\ FOODS
FRANKS 43cIBRE trip for a fishing trip with. To- moved last week from the France ,their oceanfront home at Jtus:I p
\ For Stuffing Icy: aviator Robert V File ot Apt. to the home of his mother Beach
Coral Gables and K. W. Shotwell Mrs. Augusta Johns on 1st St. P. O. B/t 1042\ Stuart 308 Akron A/%. Stuart, Fie
\ Assorted Cold Lb < of Miami who landed at Wlthara They nave, managed the'France Jack Hartman will be home
.\ r wte.aed5SL Field to await better t.f flyingweather for many/ years, having retired from DeLand tomorrow to spend .
; when new took over Friday -
: Albert I and the week. end with his parent.
GUTS They plan to build. river..
I r 1 43c, 3'to 4 Ib. Avge. daughter and granddaughter of ,Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Hartman.
2010 Bay Shore' Dr.of Miami who front home In .Palm City : _
have gone to their summer home Mr and Mrs. L. M. Johnson
In Ohio the Rev, A. L. Turner
; spent last week at Lake Sega
Tender Green I Lbt. Firm Rich 2 Fort
who Villa spent last week In Miami
Jacksonville was guest pastor Cottages at Brevard, S. C.
I I Sunday at the BaptistChurchh visiting! friends. .
I and Mrs. Turner, and Mr. and Mr*. William BUM of
Mr and Mrs Arthur Chappelka
r : tEaM ,and ion, Jim returned last week. Miami spent a few dayi of their .. I
Alberta 3 \s. Doz. ATHLETES POOR i vacation last week at the St. ;
L ITis HOW TO KILL IT. from California where they]) spenta BLUE ROSE
Lucie Hotel. They are making a
month vacation They made
19c tour of Florida
IF NOT PLEASED. r_. He ".,k.MM the cross-country tour by car summer

/funtlcM..*,. TEAL d..sgu.e,, M.J. tfcll w'*k STRONG M P-r- -e- Man help Nature work by RICE 2 lb. pkg .29RED /
t Crisp 2 Stalks' B. O. Judson returned Saturday '
cent .kokol M PENITIATEV txk. ., .
U. S. No. 1 White .. ..* kllU MORE (-.. lutar T.d.r from Waterbury, Conn, planting seedlings
The Florida Forest Service has
CELERY where. he was called by the deathof .
19cPOTTOES two nurseries
'? ; Ad., his brother.
\ Bell Lb.I. 500 years before Columbus, '
:i white men voyaged from Iceland p it' 25c|

11 <. PEPPERS 15c'' u43c SEE US FOR FRQZEN{ FOODSICE to harvest our trees. FOOD 2.... 25c (Soften Hard. Water)

r'' I PEANUT PATCH I RoridaLerris MAGIC CHEF (A Meal for 4 in 7 Minute)

,..1' i PEANUT P BUTTER rA:? 63cA SPECIALSFRI. Wheel Macaroni Dinner/2/ pkgs . 19V8 /

& P Grade A No. 2 Cn. Ion/Crekn! Style WhiteSPINACH13cj5wiV27c and SAT. JULY 25 26 By HORTENSE K. WELLSWe .

mean ho disparagement of VEGETABLE I \\J WEST BAY SOUR PITTED i

JOAN OF ARK-Cr an.. Styl >No.>( 2 Can our good friend, Tom Watson, I '
( JUICE r_ 31 / CHERRIES G 25c|
I CORN 2 when we say that we feel better ::; .
31 about the outlook for 1948 since
I c.... __.m.m____....__. C his recent talk In Miami before
u (i A & P ALL GREEN V the Florida dairymen. We also RATH'S BLACK HAW I

r 'I ASPARAGUS SP/ARS S\38c:\ APPLE DUTCH GIRL BUTTER 29c 28- 1. Jar feel that politic better"men about do bucking not Tom get,the for anywhereIn he streamof .says Luncheon\Me/t\ 12 oz, can 35l? |

e t i 'A public will. ," thus Indicating
that be must be on the brinkof
Sweetheart Toilet / Bar; lona HILLS BROS. VacuuCOFFEE .' change of heart regardingthe ARMOURS TOMATO JUNE
"Soap bath size /14c
Everglade National Park. ,
FLOU "Bucking the.stream". Is t JUICE :'el I PEAS .25c

I I u. ._. ......._...L49c masterpiece of under-statement c :C.P. u.. ...... .
"Woodbury's Toilet when used to describe his attitude :

Soap, Reg. BalOc 5-Lb. BOSCUL TEA / 70 in toward that project. No I '

S I 3 C Pkg. one of his can statement question the that correctness Maxwell HAse Coff '.lb. 47/

I -Cleans---Without- Water Bag BALLS \ / 45c Democrat favored the tax many cut ee. .

bill, nor can they question that
10 Lb
..15frf Windex 6-orf hot. 13c 7 ALL BRANDS CANNED\ 1 the Democrats of Florida also
X Bag C favored the creation of the Jackson's Pork 191
/ --- -- -- \ Everglade Park, and so far as MILK 2 JL
v \ \ Old Dutch / f CaDLn...._ ...-.. ._23cSUPER we. know the Republican favored -
It too.. Why 'bucking the
Cleanser 2
+ cans ..19c
} stream would Injure presidential

s Nabisco Cheese SUDS 32c prospect Gubernatorial: while chances I enhancing Is a. bit M rke \Specials

Open Dra/i Quick Boa. m.._. ._.. "'.__'n-'"'''h'-'- punllng, but the whole. world
'f l i i 'Plumit / 4-oz can 20c RITZ seems more than a bit cockeyed
I MORREUL and maY ..this Is Just.a part of

,: Oxodol Sparkling, Clean Irg. pkg..30c %.Lb, ZOC I SAUSAGE/ ROIL._A_......... 49cRIB and the. W.pattern.enlightening'.. Just read an article Interesting' (name OleoVeal (Allsweet) lb. 51'3;lbs. $1.001

\ Pk,... and date furnished on request)
'- on New York' fair( employment

J Blu-WhitB -- : STEWBKFu.....__.....\... ..... 37c an law,end which. discrimination 1* designed .to'Much put Chops) lb. 5SI'! 'febs\ Ib 49 l
Flakes 3 been
heat ha
y pkgs. .. .. .26c generated In Congress -
4 : D DUZ U Z WISCON N' especially In the Senate,
over the FKPC: bill, but a meas-
# '' Cleans CHE E ure to wipe out one discrimination
Dirty Hand. Lav_ 55c .U now stymied In that an- Hormel's. Sliced Bieon.lb. 73The
Boraxo 8-oz. can.. 17c 12c _

Small t, ., _..

o K Bright Sail 30c HOMES ,

7 :Bleach, qt. ... .lie urge. ANTHONY'S ES12t1 EDPLA Complete. pOW 'JtoreCROMER'S .

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I OCTAL NEWS and Happenings ort e"WEEK IN STUART Ncwi MRS.Item office*MARY for this before HARTMAN paper noon must hn ,Wednesday reach Society the Editor newspaper I t;:i ,t t'li'.; I

Horn Telephone 35-W Office Phone 300 ,

RUDOLPH KRUEGER MRS. KENNEDY HOSTESSAT week vacation on the west coastof Donald Moore, former Marine ready for occupancy Sept. 1.: ton, 111., and returned last July, as" '
(ones Well Drilling aSd PlumbingQuick OBSERVES BIRTHDAY BRIDGE LUNCHEON Florida. who ha been working at Mor I The Clyde Smiths lived here for I They have an apartment at the I Is'; I r'',!I': I
Mrs Karl Krueger entertained Mrs. % J. .F. Kennedy was ..0 e -... rison Field In West Palm Beach 15 years, left In 1930 for Charles-i France. R., I I.r'1 I.

Service, 'We try Io plee youinquire. at a beacn party Friday at hostess at the first ot a series Mr and Mrs. James Bui-gun U spending a vacation with his' I' I'/ 1""

Jensen Beach In honor of the of bridge luncheon at her East and daughter pt the Virginia parents at Gomel.Mrs. 0.S :_ I FREE PARKING } '

t. 18th of her Albert Apts. spent the week end In West Right Down Town i I'' !
birthday son* 4th Str home last Thursday afternoon L C. Moore had as her:
SYDNEY JOKES Rudolph. A'teen-age group High prise went to Mrs. Palm Beach with relatives. guest. last week her MissBada Fill Up With Gasoline and Park/All Day U You Like 9 !j

1.0. Box 1048 PHONE, 2 Stuart, Florida of 17' boys and girls swam In the R, O. Judson with MM. Carrol Mrs. T. H.- Anderson, of r.ep, Oa.'I ,SINCLAI ,II..LOU. A.._BRANCH.1 ...... 80, t'I",;} I'i'' p. I Ii'l ,
Stanger was the Friday they went to Miami to STATION
surf, played and Dunacombe and Mrs. L, Ashley I orro. Mo.-p W0r4 } II
games enjoyedan E. I "
the week end with Mn. '
week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. spend West P\lm l BesjJh, Florida ; tl'
outdoor supper In the late winning second and third. Moore's son-in-law and I '" '
William M.
Stanger who
are residing
afternoon The guests were Norma Others playing were Mrs. ter, Mr. and Mn. .James 't
temporarily in the Bcntel jl
DRY CL1ANING Oiiner, Janice and Judy Arbogast Archie Kldd, Mrs. Paul Hoenshel, rlck. Miss Anderson returned tl '
Apartment on Akron Ave. home from there l' :
June Matousek, Ann Mrs. L. C. Barnes, Mrs. H. H. .-. .,-- AbstraJif Service q'

Mauldln Pat Raynolds, Jo Cle- Hipson, Mrs. W. A. Lipplncolt, Mrs. Cecil Donaldson and two Relatives of Mn. C. M. Walker j I '

Top-Note ork ments, Ginger Jamison, Emily Mrs McPherson Stanley and Kitching Mrs., Mn.I.. Ashby R. a daughters have gone' to New York who have! been visiting at the PROMPTNESS A/AJRACY COURTESY ;i'' IJ :

Rowell Bud Crary, Beach and for'' twd months to visit her Walkers' Seminole Ave. home for f.1
Arbogast. {j' .
At FairFrioiet Richard Brooks: Ford Carter, '_ mother, Mr, Emma Season, two months left Tuesday for the Abstract and 1/tle Insurance Co. Inc : ; t
Ronald Johns, Ronnie Ordway, ROWELLS ENTERTAINFRIENDSHIP -,. family home In Great Falls 8. C. t' 'J ;
Ask Our Hlndre of CLASS Joe Smith returned this wee'kfrom In the party were Mrs. Walker's )
Middleton ofSTll
Arbogut arid Bernard I'I
Mr and Mrs. M. H. Rowell Portsmouth Va., where he mother Mrs. I. T. Hardin, her .
Satisfied (Ju.tomeri Johnson. etnertalned the Friendship Classof visited his aunt for the past five sister Mrs. Stella Deese, and her RT FLOP\ A
weeks. He sister-In-law and son, Mrs. Ira
brought home his '
the Baptist Church Friday
BUNNY BUEGNET HAS evening With a covered dish supper cousin, Paul Kirk, who will spenda B. Hardin and Stanley. 10 Victory Arcade / Frank Quisenberry, Pres.r 1'1''
GEORG KEITHartin BIRTHDAY PARTY month. Joe's mother Mrs.! -I-,
Mrs. Rowell added chicken
Bunny Beignet was honoredon to the Eddie Lee Smith, returned this Mr. and Mrs. Jerry DeFoe and :
her 3rd pilau menu. week from Gainesville Jerry,* Jr., of Key West visited
birthday Saturdayat where she :
Mr. Jack O'Day, Mrs., Guy
Couity Cleanershone the Hibiscus Apt. home of her attended the six-weeks summer Thursday and Friday at the L. i 1:1-
Boyd and Mn. James Clark con- COAST Gz.r
parents, Mr. and Mr. Francis ducted a program of novel games session at the university. i C. Clements home In North Stu 1 'ncdQaEAST., ; III l
Beugnet. of -9- art. Mrs. DeFoe Is Mr. Clements'
Arrangement pink
190, P. O. Box 906 and contests,Others presest were i iFAS
coral vine were used to decoratethe Principal and Mrs. Erwin F. sister,
Mr. and Mrs. J. r.' Wester Mr.
with Johnwlck of the SERVICE i14
living room the same and Mrs. W. D. Barter and France Apt. :
pink and green color scheme daughter, Betty Jo, Mr. and Mrs.' plans to leave the first of next E. W. Haskins of Rome, Ga* TERSUMMER
carried out In pink ruffles around month for a two-week vacationIn superintendent of the new asphalt ,
Guy F. Boyd, Mn. J. P. McClung,
the birthday table which was Mrs. James Clark:Luverne Clark I ,: Ann Arbor, Mich., where they plant at Port Bewail, .t 3 \

1 FOR EXPERT centered with a large candle- Mr). Andrew Pittman, Mr. and will be guests of his brother, Dr. brought Mrs. Hasklns and their '
lighted cake Oreen favors and Ed B. Johnwick of Universityof son and two daughters here for
Mrs. Earl Hall, Mrs E. A. Lewis,:
varl- olored balloons ( Michigan) a week's vacation. After a day at
were given Hospital. They II"'
D4hrs. ,
Mr. and Mn. Joe Mosley, Mr.
the guests Games and contests : will 'be accompanied by Mrs. the St. Lucie Hotel they went to r I ,
and Mn. Alec Dellck, Mrs. Cres-
featured a novelty dress-making Johnwlck's mother, Mrs. Nell M. Jensen Beach to occupy a cot f
sle Baker'Mrs. Hobson Reddish
Machine Shop Work competition won by Diane Vivian, who moved here this tage at the Poinciana. The fam-
Mn. Vivian Taylor, Mrs. Harvey
Thompson, and the dressing of Homier Mrs Hornet D. Hudson month from Palm Beach to ily left Wednesday. Supt. Has- ,, JACKSONVILLEIAMI j ,
a clothespin doll with ribbon and and Cecil Donaldson. make her home with the John- kina Is making his. home at the p.
pink crepe paper' for which wicks. St. Lucie. .

CALL STUART 33 Edith Evans was.winner*of the COUEGE 'FRESHMEN ... -- e -
prize, : HAVE REUNION Mjr. J. W. Waybea, USA (retired -.' Mr. and Mn. H. O. Sebring and r
) and Mn. daughter Miss Letha L. Sebring,
Others attending were Rosemary Eight freshmen of Florida Mayben of the
Taylor, Gay Lowery, Dorothy State University had a happy Franco! Apt. left Tuesday by car of Sebring were overnight guests '

Stuart; Marine Service Hancock, Martin Hayes, week-end reunion here last for San Antonio for a visit of last week at the.St. Lucle Hotel
Suzanne and Sandra Davey, Saturday and Sunday when several weeks. -
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smith are
Agnes Ann Hackett and Mrs. L.V. Mildred Clonts and Jean Parker 0.
Evans. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Fogt and building a frame bungalow on : '
hostess to visitors from
I ed :" were : son, Michael, who have been 5th St. In Palm City. George on d1. i
Malml) and Lake Wales. Peggy
MR., AND MRS' GREENLEESENTERTAIN the for visiting their parents In Anna, Smith la In charge of construction
Ulmer Joined group and expects to have the new
AT BRIDGE Ohio tor three weeks, returned
slumber parties picnics
.. Mr. and Mn. Joe 8. Greenlees theater The visitors home Tuesday. They left for the home ready for occupancy Sept.
-- parties. -
-- etnertalned at bridge at their who left Monday Included Florida west toast yesterday 1.The Clyde Smiths lived here fore I

home Saturday night with three Patricia Johnson from Lake where they will complete their

tables at play. C. R. Ashley won Wales, Lavina 'and Edna San- month's vacation. w Impro.,d h. spe_ sad equipment the mteolKDioeelpewerod .,'
From whVe Kit ... /p Joe Marsh high score prise with Mrs. E. A. tarone Betty Jean Rushmer and Cull StMom proTidb euperior local Trice..
1 : Mennlnger, Jr., being consoled Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Klelfeld of Northbound II makes ejBTonlent confection with evening departure
for low score. Other guests were Betty.Ann! Steele, all of Miami. the France Apt. left last week by = tram lackxmvJUi Carrie eleeiwrs to Chicago, KaSM i i iCloy.
.Asheville, and \
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Steffens, Mr. CARD SHOWER PLANNED motor for -vacation In Kansas utojoodiato potou. Y

'IN. Responsible and Mrs Carroll Ireland, Mr FOR MRS. H. W. BESSEYA before going to Willoughby, Ohioto Ceech fait Nerthbame.. NEW.-,
'.: R and Mrs. John U. Mennlnger, birthday card shower for spend the remainder of the lead Dm Bete d 1551 Np Luxury Coaches ,

I F ife's Debts'young Edwin A. Mennlnger Jr. and Mrs. H. W, Henry 1s planned by summer with. his brother. "r ::15 AM le. )idiie< |e.7-w-Ar. I M FM '
Mrs. Ashley friend here for Saturday her --o 1 :.50 AM Ar.: St. A., itine; :: Lv.: T:4T rM Bulk tinee the wet:
She several Mr. and Mn. E. Svilokos( have 10:42: AM Ar. DtrhnJ Peach ...Lv. fj: pM they adotd the hu
birthday. has spent written that they Co I New I'fUI..H.. ,.4I, PM word fat low pet
,and kind of' are, enjoyingthe Watch Tire Alilegi Iff 11.02AM Ar.
nn rame rnhlng late I day phones Be eiyi months In the local and West .
second stop of heir Vacationat I 111:40: AM Ar. Tits/lie ._.L.> 15:51: PM t.onllWNl'J'
O.i7 mi to print en sd_'right td. MeVid the mluui km every--: REAL at St. Mary's Hospital In West visited frames ip<4i "welcome" lo unwelcome '12:11 PM Ar. MeiourM ___ It. 5:19: FM NEW
k"-laying he Won't.be reeponj thing al etched ip.And we're hav, Palm Beach to which her mall at Daytona Beach, "JTKIUNO \>BM.I J". Once in your end car 12:51: PM Ar. Vere < .__..lr. 4.47 PM
glass .( beer. right'w. should be addressed. She! Is reported r-- -- they saute \tepees Xc on lira 1:11: PM Ar. fort Pierce. .Lf.: 4.32: PM Tnem.LouIIW\
e lot hut wife's debts from lug frfcidlr County Superintendent Roscoe steering ra Tin blow-out bad ... .. 3. PM A brand tan 4m
to be In puts I 1:41: PM Ar. St... ..._ _. L f 57 BOW
satisfactory con- -
he's tearing her for good I Iialol now5 \ I Rollins drove to Tallahassee Sun steerng, acct v Get more SATI tat 2:26: PM Ar. Weal. Palm teeth..Lf. 1:15: PM ebaervatlosklounge. I ,
,. From w fcre I tit, If you give dition after a second operationfor day where he remained until mtkagt by get lafcty check-up and f 2.39 FM Ar. lake Wo.t'"".-,_Lr. 13.00 PM car *,.1'.... I,
allowed si how the forma w. folks Urn elough to think things ESTATE a broken hip.\ today to confer with State school correction on t industryapploadSena f 2:51:: PM Ar. Debar 1_' ,_1.. 2.47 PM. en the rear ot train. '1 'f
that I agslpmef 1:20: PM Ar. fort ...........Ia...l>. 2:11: PM sass te eoaehe affording I
loud u p,and It wu too late ever, those Tu sty quarrel Mr and Mrs. Hal Jones and officials. ate Repair Ma Fir 1:33: PM Ar. rlolw( ..... ._,,.....l.. 2.06 PM extra bevel \t r
s his ad. B. sysi "All rlghj rondo often from mliundenUnd- Propertied of all kinds three children of Starke returnedto e : T r 4flO: fM Ar. Miami ,..,,,_.L. 1:45: fM enlornent.Sentkkotnd ;
lidaj then"_ nd we agreed' |lug will give way to tolerance and their home Saturday after a Arthur "Bud" Chappelka returned 'The idenf That 'I I

Id.,, common MUM.uaa. v foi ale week's visit with her parents this week from a five- e u. DidiHapptnHUlmer For Iniormatlon and ..."aIiOll' / J '
If course, the forms day trip to Charleston, S. C. He 1 i 'll'llI
iwswq and PHONE 25
Mr. and Mrs. O. L Boggess Ylotor
Co. I
Ird.But I had kind of InkllJf will leave the last of this week i"
a. (In ... other relatives here, 161.I 161.
insur the Old Dtxle\Highway "
Ala naale for Gainesville to re-enter
hat night happen. Then 8if.' IVIAUl( and + .... University of Florida. Phone 9141 FIOBIDATEAST COAST ", '1''
I ante Mrs Q. C. Crews Is returningthis I
week from Rldgecrest, N. C., SAFETY HEADQUARTERS I r
Mrs. Ted Chambers and
"St Irnwri fwuteahm
t1friA"9,Viii'' where she attended the Baptist
daughter Ann returned Mon I SI R tl
Assembly. On the way home she day from North Carolina where m'"
E d relatives In Jacksonville
MappRe visited they visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph .;

Waterfront Properties and Starke._ I Milam In Cashier and Mr. and
Mrs Cy Barger In Asheville
long the Indian and Bt 'Lucia! rivers and Bob. Sound. orP. Mrs Lloyd Lois Campbell, visiting and .-- PERHAPS YOU DID PAY ,,1
daughter, Mary are
Mrs. Price French and three
Ocean I'ron. O. Arc. Bldg. relatives In Mississippi for two -
daughters, Mary .Margaret, Nor-

Phone 1 months. .... i' ma and Alice, plan to leave Aug.
1 for Grand Haven, Mich where
wa FRt Mr.'and: Mn. Ronald Cross and they will spend a month with -

; .. children are spending a two.i her parents) at The Wilderness
= r a summer resort. Mr. French

ss a I will for two go up weeks the middle vacation of August and CAN YOU PROVE IT? '

I bring the family home Sept. 1. Mefi -

wm U VENETIAN Mn. H Asplnwall- of West

Palm Beach was a week end
guest of Mrs. Stanley Kitching.
David Asplnwall. Carnegie Tech r
.Is wssl..s.e.n" LINDS student who Is spending his vacation 1
aaww In West Palm Beach. wasa There is always a eh 'co for a misunderstandiiif when j

;* Sunday guest of the Arthur .' you pay by cash. Re pts sometimes are not requested
SOME FURNISHINGS Wilmot family at Hobe Sound
o or given -- or* the me lost tttI tttIt'
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Daniels M1''

were Sunday, visitors In Miami,
McMUlairvFurniture Co. stopping by West Palm Beach on The simple, sure, way to avoid such difficulties is to 4

the return trip for dinner and pay those bills b ch k. e 'i
.. 610 ORANGE AVE. I\V PIERCE PHONE 699 the theater.; I IR

mM ? Ic Make it a habJL. YouII l have a definite check on your )'
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expenditures, if record: of bills paid -R and the cancelled

Repair teri s gTOARz check aa praijT that you paid them.

nr We areftiow rec\vmg' In additiby at the Citii'ens Bank you are further! protected

r many hA-tMo-getl\\ ...V ', o6r m ern Recordak system which makes a permanent

ill .. g MicropCITIZENS to file of all checks passing through.this.bank., '

See u. for creena,' screen doors, a I'i

'Listtngg window frame*, fancy gritted.
,ac een door, etc.I .

of_ Inv wwed Mid t7nImPn,,... properties \ 'Rea '

,Tbre / hout Martfn' County .. BANK 'OF STUART

AOUAGI; 's.n..y I abCIBI Joe I urination

,,8watT Nhit. 1Uv/ .r-t.:.Uv.r rrepertleiJupiter"IslandOeato.8 MM.k.Handled at All Time nsureece Member, The Federal Reserve System,, and Federal Depo H .Insurance. Corporation.!; ,:j
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I ElCKt' j Tat STCAKT NEWS!, STUART, ManIa Gouty, FLORIDA, THCftSDAY, Kit: .M,.U41i
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!, 5 c:=:::""..===-= ""-,=====-0=01c==20=- hut' Its Showy (flowers make It well worth a considerable cftuct

: : 01e ttutrt 3410r VIOLET tl\EE. ($of ur/JoIC.Io"fl/ ( fwiciAiM), Common names "JOE"
iV Iii i Horticulturally( SpeakingAt get us III trouble here for although both this and the other "Violet! Treat"I '
\ l : I I have described both belon* to the natural Order Paiygalaenf'! l they .
\ ;;1 i r. Published every Thursday at ==:=oClos::::::::=oClO are entirely different This! one .b described by Steedmanl s "Some OSLEY

.1) t .( Stuart Martin County Florida At one time and another my correspondenti have asked, me to Tree'of Southern Bhodeiis" than "A fulriteed, tree, about 21 feet In
r. 'j 1 I'' 'f 6 s by Stuart Dally News, Inc.? a write a column about Woe-flowered trees There Is something about llght, usually growing In clamps la stony places, sad conspicuous by \ UMBINGJOBBING
I'': I Florida corporation blue flowers that'appeals to maay penons and. became there ore relatively Hi purple, iweet-icented flowers, hence tts name, earning out with' the'
; Entered M second-claw mall few tropical flowering trees that do have blue blonoms, the "'avelln October Kennedy's.: "Forest Flora of Southern Nigeria" says / \ CONTRACT!!.*
: (t! matter at the post office at (public acquaintance with them ii usually limited to the facanntla. Yet the \flowq-1! are generally purple or purple and white: OMAN lonul: Sx| >ci/- PROMPT, E/rfcTENT SERVICE
: ji j G Stuart Florida under the Acts here and there scattered through the warmer regions of the world are mens are seen with the flowers entirely white. 'They Smell of "klk-It, ALL WOPK GUARANTEED
I I Y of March !. 1879 other distinguished and very beautiful blue.flowered trees that do and lie adds So far as I know, this tree Is not /hi cultivation In Florida. hot*) i
\,IF' A FREE PRESS :34 YEARS OF SERVICE will grow In Florida, and I predict that with the passing years they will w v .
'I be more and more widely grown. To date the available\ supply of such There are many other trees with "blue"1 flowers No i pomtmn
1 and r 'Tin. ,Sinn*. IIollr N.n. ..wr ......_nee.. trees In this State Is very limited.: but this condition is gradually being should be given 10 the QUEENS! ; dun MYRTLE (lafimtracmto tpvrw, / ).
| ) T iwl.rs the nimiwr G
titv No<"'H nw
A FREE PEOPLE Ifubliolirat. 11 stn. .... Awll tat overcome It you are IIIIt familiar with Its gorgeous flowers, drive to 1402( Boston
l 010..'ti niid 111. Ou TMm, "atwrt w.Wohiord M..ui I?. .rolil .withr wat The word :"blue", is !loosely used and covers a multitude of shadesIt Avenue in Fort Pierce and !look at the sprawling plants there lining CLARK'SOVER P INT ,
I w lost.k 2. IV]11 TIM. HI.... UiUIr" sews from sLJuige bushes instead of the trees tiny are if thus traln..I,1 SHOU
i r. ... f...in..fr'OH.J..r M. Itl/o I It. _k.' usually iuchidei anything (;"baclukir button blue" to a royal grown
I .NWdti1'iuN,4. t"I. .n..w. As tMaDWON purpleJ ,lhpc are In full bloom now Dunmta filumieti Is really a tree A&P STOF ON 4TH STREET
l :t ? 1. _
1 ) ___ _h ._ J JACARANDA. There are! many kinds, with blossoms that range nwully grown. as a shrub. ,lAnduv liiermi With ill pyramid of m.leli.I"1 We are pr ared fhsmdle any type lobAUTO
A. IIIINIoIINIIR: ; n""mnl 111.....' from' a good. l blue to lavender and even purple The species with largest lilac flim, en will be In full bloom In my garden this week alltll I I
, "K"M1' r I.V"N% Ad..ninlnt,' 11._ !(lower clustery is probably /, copula of Central America. Standley s'Flora you Id see It. Tiixmchiat gnmultaa with Its quantities of bluith niirplc : PAINTING

I':, -::- SUBSCRIPTION RATES of balsa. Rica" I says of It: "This Is one of the most beautifuland flowers, Is 4 magnificent Brazilian tree, and.Is now available luTWfilu.,I LET US MAKE THE i CAR LOOK LIKE
Hr n ;,. ,, .. : ...... ., panicles .of blue flowers. The "leaves are reported to attain a lengthof nl least long enough to suggest there.. plenty of blue.flowered NO JOB TOO SMALL
AWn.rl .l m.dr k"" xa apph..t.M'" Th ewer-I the Hrttr Estimates Su bas Without
learn about and Obligation
I "C"' ea, ubwti.-bW, adv."'..m.... f 1.5 renters. ((5 feet): In the juvenile stage at leasT' ft k quite froslt"I" to-tvs. to grown
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4' A.xat.,1" Pr I. ".ruu.le' rl'' "" to hs for rnmbllrolloii of all E.A M tm'S.
I i-- I have two small trees growing on my place, along with nearlya W R. C C, Proprietor
t I iEM ft.R OF THE ASSOCIATED: pR"ss dozen other species of this tree '
,... A......... ... .M... a rntUd(' ..t..I..I, .. ''h. ... for _.bl..U.. .r 6,11, it," VIOLET tREE. (FMebolaenia cowtlll), This 60-foot! tree li WANTS FISHING GUIDES
; '...1.... prowl. ,In ''his t. a. w.0 aw all AP ". .
.i, 'j 'l d4p.tia.McMRS5 native of the hillsides, woodlands and arroyos at lower elevations in Ed W. Bourbeau of Turner's Falls Mass,, who I
AUDit "UKI.AU OF CIRCULATION the soullicrn. districts of Puerto Rico. Brltton & Wilson s Scientific
i dry caught a sailfish off the "Moja" last winter, han written the
11 Survey of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands" says of it.: "One of theIht ) this mounted
Chamber Commerce "I
I < of ? am displaying
1\, .. THE FUTURE -' ,, tli, mt of trees when in flower In February and March, the leaf sailfish in my store and it has created a large amount of FUGATE and CREENLEES

'J' The New halO absolute faith In the'future of this part km Iviintlm "bearing" iniiinnetalde (purple) flowers very compicnous Interest in fishing in and around Stuart I wish that you
I d of Florida, and wtare committed to'do our\ beNt to help ill (the tiiidMiipe" I have.two trees growing In my yard and last week would send me 100 or so of the Fishing: Guide booklets 8pI : a.ng
ii its waived a box> of the egg like needs from a friend at the Polytechnic them who ;
{gyp possibilities come true. I can distribute among friends are prospective Engineering, Blue Prints
Institute at Sun German which I have planted and hope to '
grow visitors to Martin .
\\f a Martin County future In bright of that we are RIIODESIAN WISTARIA. (Bnnumlbu, tprctmau" ) Macmillan's"Tmpcal County,
sure. There: m no finer tourist location\ the Last Coast Estimates Submitted am Request
( and of It: "A beautiful tree bearing
renting Gardening"
of Florida __ winter Our agricultural says TESTING GROUND FOR TACKLE'
!dimmer or prospects -
; of deep blue scented flowers, resembling thoM ol
duxipiiig!! ral't'n"
t \ when !stacked< up alongside' most' of the rent of the Martin celebrated offshore groundsare 303 E. 4th gTREET STUART, FLORID
(the U Maria &M to be one of> the most ornamental trees of nib- County's fishing > )
t State, show' a preponderance] oil the favorable side of' the tropical South Afrka" I have a 8-f."tt'lree, in my garden. which has becoming a testing spot for fishing tackle designed for PHONE 311
ledger In quality of produce and great degree! of frost pro- ]
not yet floweredUS Florida ule. The News learned this week of ode Lantern
i l tection. Ue art( short on year 'round industry !DICE. (lyvdici! rhnlodegia). Macmillan says of it: "A I manufacturer who is giving his spoon lures a try-out) on,
I What the future will bring of course. depend upon I huge" ( humlsnm, tree native ol South China Bears, usually' in Janit our summer Florida bonita run. If they're stout enoughto
I what we do hm. twin in plum "root.hoK-or-die" development are mil\ 1 February. erect loose pankles or rose'purple flowers, with pale handle those babies, they'll catch' anything. \
If we lit this summer paw without embarking on pill, ale-like' bracts' The persistent colored bracts remain long I -
prorre( \'e' action>*. next winter will find us just about ,.diet tin (lowers have dropped:' I have s 6-foot specimen in my garden Milk k s 'em rugged]
where we win last HIUSOII but has flowered MOTOSWAYGULFFLEX
r 1 < r irwd\ from "seed I got from Ceykm it not yet
t r The .future, in !short, depends upon each one of us POTATO TREE. (Solatium itMirranf/iiiTti/ ). Macmillan says of It: r
II What are you doing< now toward expansion of productive "A quitK'-growing!! and soft.woodod tree of Brazil, The large LUBRICATION ,
,o'r a enterprise|> '' labor is available Materials are again nt blue and! white (lowers, with conspicuous' yellow anthers. PWPUHh'l SWAYS SQUEAK/ AWAY Youngsters ... f fit I ft energy .',It> never seem fa!/n

1\ w hand. If you plan to build, start now. i. very orn unentul tree" I have grown a lot of these, but our summers Car Lubricated>bile /Swaying Motion down Plenty of cJoor play and a sensible diet:
II are' too dry for the tree and eventually I "lost my''plants. It grows more At No \y a Cost
I IT PAYS TO BE THOUGHTFUL like a big weed than s tree Drop In and o9/For YourselfThis calls for generous K-vings of that pure Altar fasten

COKMTIA. (Conuilia' groiKir/o/to/ / ). This Costa Rican shrub Milk., Cramjfed full of the essential
It was after closing hours one night a fewweeks ago Sensational fftnumg Method feed element
bean small bluish violet nt flowers In spikes
to 30 feet purple
or tree '
11' ,i W I'Ilift.\ to. and accommodate MM Benjamin 1\\ tired doddard; summer opened tourist l their couple.restaurant S Costa;""to 12 Rica"strobes says long.: "The at tree the tips is s showy of (lie and branches handsome Standley one when"Flora decorated of. Stuart Ser i\e StationWalter that promote bon ructure and' muscle tisuue;

: Frcm Savannah Ga.. thin week they received an apprl'cla-) "
I with the abundant. of brightcolored101011'1'I': \ I have f \
' 11' tive letter from the couple "to thank you for your kindness large panicles Rein Phone, 9144Lyons'
and to tell you how much we do appreciate your going out grown number of these trees from' seed sent me by my Zarcero, Costa Altar Milk t til beat all-around food buy J
I"" of your way to be ht'lpfuThoughtful\ "out.of-the I Itica correspondent" and they) are blooming now In my yard, living upt
of their 4 Healthful, gelicifus, economical. Keep your
: \ t III the advance notices hearty s
uMulIl.ru.n",actions build a friendly-"spirit_toward_ our town. BLUE LASCEPOD. (Lonclwcarpu etalocevi). This most lovelyof (
well tocked
I I blue like is the tf,f fIxrmnda refrigerator ( I.
ON THE RIGHT TRACKBen ( the genus, with clusters of pea- flowers pride Imperial
where it is planted. as a parkway tree It is closely related
t C. Morgan, Director of the Game and Fresh Water 1 to l811If1Nl1ItlIIll.. .
r I Fish Commission, j id on the right track In ordering a aur- MILLEITIA (Mitlettia fcmnmif). So little (Ii ,known of these ice StatIonHieb.a
\'I'yof Florida' natural game ants' fish assets, preparatory frees in this, county, it Is difficult to soy which is most spectacular In LFAF 1
I J k to launching a drive in this State to really conserve and flower' although( this! species from the Belgian Congo, a very large 617 S. Feder ,, Stuart, Florida
increase the game supplies, Pennsylvania, once badly- tree, Is described for me by the botanical garden. at EJa, as bearing (Across the BrflU* m the B...*y Addition), re
I depleted, now abounds with game as the result of an Intelligent llowers in 14-inch racemes of "a magnificent violet" Unwlns "West' FINEST MILrfiHAKE IN THE- WORLD
program, African Forestry" says of M, thonnintf"" l: "In February the bare tree showsup ((26-Ounce Thick) IX- __ ___ 25c
with Us beautiful clusters of lilac-colored, pea-shaped flowers" Regular 76-OcUne fcatUme, GaL .22.ge
j IIJ.; ; ASLEEP ON THE BEAT Gulthunt, "Fimihur Flowering Tree in India" says: "The Mtllittat area Ethyl Gasoline, Gl \ __ __ ____.24.9c 456 Flamingo Drive \ ,Phone 7m

wry beautiful genus bearing in great profusion In March'snd' Open Alf Night Every Night
y With shootin' warn on in Indonesia and Greece andassasslnatiii Phone DELRAY BEACH 277 i
April delicate pendulous ramenfi of the most daintily tinted \flowers, HAMBURGERS AND CUBE, STEAKS-As Good ,
wars in Burma and Palestine, the United mive, utttl-blue. rose colored and lazuli-blue, recalling in their general \ As the BeaU
I' k Nations ax world policeman is asleep on the beat If the the beautiful Japanese Wiot ritt.1 I have several different
\ U. N. is scared to raise its voice at the small fry, it'* a fore- species appearance of Millrttia growing in my garden with no hint yet of what they -
pone conclusion it won't let a. peep when the big boys will he lo"edllv.

li f 4 growl LIGNUM f\'ITAE. (Cualacum offictnalt. ). This 30-foot West Indian .
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I SHELTER tree hag bright evergreen foliage that forms s background for PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT
I NEEDEDA countless small blue flowers in terminal clusters that are perfectly

i I \t \ lot of college boys' letters to dad' Bound like an lioaiitiful It blooms in March as a small plant It grows very slowly

j heir raid.-Tht' Atchison Rotarian, Atchison. Kan.sas
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I LIST your Rooms, Apartments and Rental STUART JEWEL SHOPIN

THIS WEEK'S POEM Homes with us. ? ;

i' OClO-===.odor--ooo ::::::: ocaoc O L. FULFORD
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\ (Here Oct. 3, 1935 to Jan 6, 1946)) "TtttflC RENTING
I i f 1 You may have known a Little Boy Blue :
A x I With dusty tin soldiers, quite straight PROPERTY Write P. CfTbx NACEMENT No 4 ,,' IS NOW UNDER NEW OWN RSHIP and M MANAGEMENT! :
jl 1 But I had a silky-eared, brown-eyed old Pat ,
321 North Ciforiflte Avenue sj
.. 1 Whose favorite toys are so still I '
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i. j Your Little Boy Blue and my dear brown-eyed Tat Stuart Florida t

1 t 1 Are well now, and ne'er will grow old \
'1 They (play all around us and Jump as before

-, I Yet -1 I miss so, the touch of her nose.I \ SAM. : ITINENZA

;i I They're watching and waiting for they understand ; Martin County Electric Co.T. t.
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TheY'd help us, so much, if they could. '"
15 I Humari eyes do not see YI tur Little Boy Blue W. KELLER, M,r. / And Will Be Open l Business on a Continuous Basis I. f j
J Or my lovable, limpid-eyed Pat fI
M.C.M. Dehon Bid,. I Stuart

ti I OClOOClO-=====OClOOClO Oi SERVICES CONSIST OF: .t i I.tWatch'

+ r Letters To The Editor ANNOUNCESSelfServita ,

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t 1 0 OOOG :=OClO===:=000DOGO .

Editor Stuart News YOU'RE .WELCOME Laundry Service e Jewelry Repaij ng Jewelry' '!Remodeling t

t' The Florida Industrial Commission wishes to thank you forth N JewVlry Made To Order .
( a splendid cooperation you have giver) the local manager of the
1 Florida State Employment Service In publishing the Monthly Done .milpmatlcally : .
Mews Release as well as other publicity i ir
r We are sure that the publicity obtained through your newspaper raourLAUNDERALL
$ has assisted your community to achieve fuller employment. ALL WORK DONE IN MY OWN SHOP
If we can serve you In any way please give us that t opportunity -


II 41'Try, .1, Sincerely CARL Florida B. ,SMITH Industrial, Chairman Commission, The Complete Automatic Home LaundryTake Your, Phtronage Will Be Appreciated

1 Tallahassee, Florida AdvfjtaUf e This Service

I e' Clothes Wished Fot of 19 Minutes. I Sefl HighGradeJewelry\ and
COMMERCIAl>and AERIAL Rinsed Twice F/r 8 Man u.t land j Damp-Dried.

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fIq tTOBf NEWS, snARt, Martl couij, FLORIDA" THURSDAY, JtLY 110. 1047 tACE ma.

SOCIAL SECURITY with a party at their new home three blanket to be comfortable' Mrs. Jolly Boione In Stuart. Mrs.. '

FISHING l lIN BENEFITS MISSED on 5h St. flames were played) for at nght I Lauretta K. Oaede II visiting her LOTS FOR 'PENSIONERS \ '

,Y CLAIM DELAYS"In prises. Refreshments were served A meeting of church members daughter and son-in-law in .." j'
.. The birthday cake was a of the Palm City Congregational Cleveland the Rev, and Mrs, $50 to $200 i
FAMOUS a recensurvey of more beautiful white cake decorated Church was called Tuesday WATERFRONT PRIVILEGES 'k I
than JO..000 claims for monthly j In pink and blue with "Happy I .night for the purpose of George Penn and children.
I Lucie Region benefits filed In field offices i Birthday John" written In the calling a new minister to fill the Mrs Marlon B. Flak, who has Pavement and SidewiiW In front of every lot. ;'I''I'lij lij f'f'e.

St ; throughout the; U. 8. lu a four- \Icing It was served along with vacancy left by \the resignation been visiting feet son, the Rev. f. .
; Ice. cream and punch. blue I of the ReV Harrison U Packard Chester a Flak and family In I
TMR.Ells SPORTSMAN i IA* GUARDIAN or .-.. .'cI week wrlod.\ it was found that and yellow basket were Little} given The.Palm City Woman Club New England, expects to returnto '/1\\ t,' 1
IT* per cent or one out of five' the the evening 1 is meeting today for their regular Stuart about Aug 1. Later In
newest !teeS Plague"! apt over here when Lake Okeeehobee
The claimant delayed filing their! pictures were taken. Present I meeting the fourth Thursday the fall she expects to visit her o 0 IUBIN':
reported killing Ash overt cuts I loose through. St. Luale ; 1
Ionic claims and each lost an averageof were Jo Ann Blackstone, Judy I of each month. daughter and family, the Rev ',
Fort Myers turned out to txrtblng Canal. eight monthly I benefit checks* Taylor, Jerry Market, Claudette The Palm City Woman Club and Mrs, Gelrsbach, in Oregon lr
\ more ,o; fit] than lob 0-0-0 Mr. R. C. Oehrken, Jr. managerof i Hunter, Frances Crews, Marie I ,1 sponsored ,a bingo party Illy it and spend the winter there
t 1 swamp wate>?; pouting Into Wanta catch an octopus? Up the West Palm Beach officeof Inei, Bertha and Margaret Ludlum at the home of Mr. and Mrs La- Miss Mabel Plnney and friend
e'Quit of ,Mexico from thi, at Martneland they\ have quite the Sbclal Security AdtnlnU Butch Blackstone, Richard Verne Van Ness .About 30 en- MIll Helen: Meldendrop, ol Arlington ti
i .an exhibit ol them and
..ijoosahatchep' and '0 the i I IItresms. hens how they catch them. A tratlon, said today : and Eddie; Barton and Brother Joyed the evening playing bingo ond Patterson. N. J., arrived -LUMBER f
We'v. had some of thai length of pipe about Inches In "The most frequent explanation and Donald Ludlum. : and cards, Refreshments were July) 11 at the home of Mrs
tor delays In filing was ignorance -' I
diameter .Is lowered to.h.\ floor Mrs. Charles Barrett has written 1 served Ida M. Plnney 89 birthday and ,
STOAR.T of the ocean. A line u. attachedto "If of benefit rights that she arrived safely at Miss Lauretta Gaede i of Lake Mrs Plnney 83 birthday and !! : "
the weighted pipe and afterIt you are worker U com Toledo, Ohio and found It very Worth is spending a part of her their arrival made it a happyone. "V
'CITT COMMKSION has been down overnight, the times merce when Industry the Social there Security are two cool there. She reports, needing vacation the home of Mr. and and lor r' ; .1 "
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Regular stings fishermen hoist it up, usually to office should be contacted: first, "ii''
find an octopus inuggly bedded when you reach M, regardless Building I :: f.jl+ E!
M. You Can Now BuyVENETIAN
down Inside the pipe. They llkoto of whether or not you expect to
2n WED/TSDAYS this unique trap fits their\ re- your family at the time of your z = BLINDSON t ''i :
quirements to a tee The octopus, death. "
Stusf t City Hall one of the Devil fishes, Is com- j
"Limitation of coverage 1s recognized C VENIENT BUDGET TERMS are more plentiful .: I' '
mon In Florida waters An adult by the Social Security .
may have tentacle about t Administration. most serious J ::1\"
the 1 ,
PuklcfAlways! Welcome feet long but this ls uncommon. continuing shortcoming of v.TRAS TO m P O C O We May IU\ What You Need : ":v
They have I.wide color range the old-age and survivors Insur- Vi IAN a NDS YOUR WINDOW VCNIT1AN BLINDS New/lorXe : 111 I:'
For That Be Sure to See Us II
which changes frequently and j
I ance" Oehrken added. e
In a split second Their favorite CALL 225 ATSHRHCLEY :1":1"II 'i
food Is the crab, miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniPalm 4 ONE OF OUR REPRESENTATIVES .--- Mgr. : .:,1:1,1:1.t : )
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THE HEWGOOOIiEAR Charlotte HelllerJIMMimilllllMlllliniMMIUUimilllllll I I I I I 0.w.dlnr There. )I. (OH r.nn.h .,.f a it a-nnr.uon.._mrt .In ..our.rvColon 0 SVi Ml. I .l Orun Ann 'CO.. & Supply Co. \V.f : !
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.Mr and Mrs ,John Leighton ...plo. '..avid.u..msvha' .ffo<'t, FORT >IUtCE FLORIDA f
I .'Iw YOUR ........ 1>1.- Phone 22 Stuart, Florida '
Mr. and Mri Joe Wilson and recently celebrated \the ftth I dng1J.: =..dlr-e: PITON 225 P. o BOX: ion t "
1x0 Mrs L C. Harbrecht spent Sunday ;- birthday of their son, John, Jr., ,I'']j' I
In New Smyrna. -'t ,a '
Langley Robertson left July

GIVES, /JII where It for the New he summer will York spend, and the New balanceof Jersey DOLLARS Iltr __ h !!t :,a PATRONIZE I M

iJ'rm had as their guest Sunday Mr. COUNTYBUSINESS
and Mrs M. G. Hutchinson and OFFERING YOU
daughters, Andrea Katherine MARTIN COUNTY '

MORE MILEAGE all and of Doris Fort, and PIerce.M. A, HutchInson STAY AT HOME DIRECTORY THESE SERVICES 4

Mr. and Mrs' C. H. Alderman 1
Ji" have moved into their new -
home on South River Drive. F S ,
Friends of Mrs Seymour Old- "- '- -- ,
AllfJJ.z I I I I 'I Buy :rho Beat ;
eon' will be glad to know that QUALITY TRUEMAN

she operation Is Improving In Fol'Pierce following Memorial an- PITCH ORD'S U\I\ HOME CANDY MADE: I I COOK'SSERVICE STATION J SEAFOODS I I Fertilizer GEN AL I ;

PRICE'l Andrew Hospital Bloom and Pete Sen-, CAMP Pralines By Box>or Pound ivinites : LUNCIV nd RrfOM I Formerly Coss oon 'T.UXE pge E E RIC 0;1f o ,'
eke spent the week end In Miami volt agNT Mexican cams ER ARK ALL SERF I p lances ,
with friends.Mr. Cottage, and its Coconut I SEAS GENERALAND OF Kit Laundry, '
and Mrs Walter Hauer of HOLUAL& ... :Arse. Butter C rhea rich I Beer and S Drinks Open 7am. 't6 p.m. INStCTKIDEI .. I Cabin and all small 1;ti
Ocean Breese left Wednesday Seafood I SandwichesSoVp, Pie Saturdays p. M. POULTRY SOME en appli eel. Radio k
for a vacation trip through the at t'i! Miles Sof of StYart en. ] MA N COUNTY ,
State Belie F94' Ie MildredSWEETS rain's Federal Hi )A 1 WE CLOSE EDNlVDAY STUART FEED ORE CTRIC J 1.
-Way ; .
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Mr. and Mrs.' John Combs and kNSEIf. N N I 1M FLAGLFR AVE. PliO !10 j
-- Phone 151Q
daughters Elaine and Norma R Bldg .I 4th. St. I I I SOS Akron ,Jive: Phon 62 I i ,
and Mrs B. C. Combs of For tOUNT1t1)CII': ) I il,
l Lauderdale were \the guests of '
+$ Mr, and Mrs.. Joe KIln, Satur I I""

# l day.McGEHEEBLOOM.. Store I b Ordway' I j uartAuttf > Jensen H -we. :

s Miss Ellen Bloom of Miami and M ts, rotenesAn : Motors Camp SURE | .

34% fn WON.SKID William Fla, plan McGehee to be married of Newberry In the. Fr an Foods AUTH IZE DEALER, FOR ,Unc1w..L.'ez ModeAi Cottages I TRY THEM -4 THEY 1 :1 ,
Is IsLa
R D I ; ,
fall Miss Bloom Is a graduate of N "E SDGIST! And Tfailer Court I ARE MORErHANAPT
Sire Miami Senior High School arid DI LIBRARY a 3 ND SERVICE _
or Co Body Is presently employed! as branch T AND NITC I NTAL, DAV NTH WEEK OR : TO H|VE IT, ,I
Owl r. Float read manager at Western-Union Jensdi Beach WRE R SERVICE ALL VENIENCUIf 1 1at"rt

'Tn ved Slt riga Coconut graduate Grove of Berry McOehee College Is In a a Par.. I'm able B D REPAIRS I I hay' a friend, who lives next B 1 and BAKER I losen Peach 1

Georgia and served as a liuten P E 71132-J P NE 9142 door, I wish I wee as rood to as D.. Lw.r Pw nee :i-
ant In the Navy for four years.
W s> $16.SO Plus z' He Is now employed as weather ,--- -- : t J, nurse th' sick and held th poor ..

forecaster at International Air, -like tr'rjr mortal should! This Docks

NOW' $15.8! daughter port, Miami.of Miss Andrew Bloom Bloom Is the Of WHEN VgJ'RI THINKING or Get lea of Wear 1 man Is "Johnnie on th' 'poP(\<< if Stt a. Tax. i .' ,

PIw. Ta Jensen Beach. CONCRETE R CAP 111 betides a friend-7- he always J Seawalls Is.YO

.00.16. Mrs. Adolph Hertel was hostess R TIRES teems to know just WHAT .Is ERV E Boat Houses
(Print cut 101** on all her bridge club at Beymours KS
popular .t.". Other mines to afternoon Bring TM. a Us. (W.'.. tab." a ./ \beat to do, or SEND! PrompDo ridable i l
... Inn Tuesday 1 srk. All ?Typej[ Of Marine
alto ol MW low pda ). ANSICONCRITE ee at- P ) .r to ,
for high score were won ..y of th ..aka "rick ". ao + He doesn't WAIT fer other men on struct ion f
UT'$TRADE TIRES TODAY 'Prizes Lewis Gamble and Mrs ITEMS .rte fr. Courteous
to ask him far his aid hes *
Seymour Gideon Others playing 1 Et CH SON'S I I Iv&n {Taylor I ;
jjMlllllllimillllllllllllllMllimilllllinjfWOey/I I I I I I I I i i p i l I I I l l I I I I i were Mrs C, H. Alderman, MrC FIRST to five his Five, or TEN" PHONE Box 474
i Station 14 Q;
H. Alderman, Jr.. Mis. Arnold 1 1 KEI(
and on th' line Its laid! YouIIfind \ ONE 104-J
: Motor Co.| Taube, Mrs. R. 8. Robertson and Fed Highway
Ducla I-w Pliow '
time to
Miss Elizabeth Robertson" him out a-givin

| North Federal Hihwa,5 4rl .. (er this and that f Florida has the second largos
| Stuart Florida11111111111111IIIIIIIIIIItt111It1111U1111 | woodland area in the United RT Cancer Fund, or March P dimes I 1

Utah, States T he'i quick to go to bat! For I Fre a Stafford *1..

AI CO. T A Thee ar1 some folks who seem endowed with "Know-how" others FILING CABINETS t?at, i igistered

?AI S I lack, and In the'r lives ther time allowed for them to lose this I cRN
Your idle HES knackt! YOU know some one, no doubt near you Just like thIS an. Civ Engineer ?j jNAMELS
moneyCan friends' of mine, who has tb heart and will to DO these things All Types of 7 I And ''llDeal.

.. rMURP Phrine which make folks FINE) X OFFICE SUPPLIES u u5HtRWINr
r LamstrreyorStnar
earnPer [.IAMB The Stuart News \\
D.P"IaPd Uc'rs STUAkT Florida
C i
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A TAXI tirs Phone 6-J )
2' P. 0. Arvada P. Box 877 i
1 CHEAPEREconomy _

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on II Moa& GAS. OIL Give Your Car or els and See

InsuredAccour$s. $s an4 Sheet Metal CUMUllUUI NEW GLORY r LUBRICANTS A RxPERIEN Comkjete A1)Ch 1$ DRY CLEANING' HI B &

AND c 1Ca- (WAWOT S)
JU OrMfi Am.BAaairr Fill Martin County ten '
The Federal Savings an4 I/an I\uranc Hand .AP Ovgo I FEND RSEA OPEN !. H1 1 DAILY MOTHKVOFINaIt
bon insures individual acco/its to K 000. cenor Contracting
and wife'may have total of/15,000, f\ly I Insured. R, a F R S hum Under Ct Coat % Stands Onl l Co ( Ytfk Guarantee) a Repairs I

First Federal savings aeqfunto are leg |investment. Little Steam Weanl I SUPERB Vrca B TION LADirS STOCKINGS' P/OV Box 832
All t s -u11' s1whae MEN S S&X:
for Trust Funds, aa'well J Funds held b\Guardians, RALPH P. clnANOt.ta, On Block Weal PalmA
Administrator* and, Eje utor .i +b. a low 7u.. Beauty hop S14 Fad HI V%>y Stuart ,1 Swale MI-Way Jensen tea h City': Bridge) On n.'Riaht j!
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Elector a R rigeraSIM
Savings and Loafs Association JAW SI
C ft Af No Job TooT La e or' 'AND

'ot Indian River County' SMIMat I Crest Smal Anal 99 TuoTY. Mrs AND All Types of i and ESTINGHOUSE

Dial, Opal I a. m. TU1 JJ m, r. pairing
1512-20th Street 21STR. e.d Sskdays O., SUNRAY HUTTE FICE.stPPL. Js elt ado AY:, E N RADIOS

.'W. Sedgwlck, Secretary-Treaaurw wibil ay' Phon 93nsuT atuwmsD The) Stuart New Pho .9141 d Leave
lSg. 1lnlR ,
E tried CoatrMlor
and Hoi* Sound 3171 Synre7 butter Me sage
4mter FYI Tt12 olq.,Loan'Bank 11'4dert5Bra Fr1 aii M T? l P eta Office Supply Dept, -
gI Loan Insurance Corp. ite .,, .. Writ p o s. illStwrt Next To r. 0,1140'"a t.lre6
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rl II I :. T CJU'RCH' SUPPER HELD NEW SUGAR ACT Ions, but adds that actually the CONSERVATION SOUGHT Mtt

'k ,; t1N D tf t A church supper sponsored by 100 Wayside Parks to GIVEN. CONGRESS lades art not restricted for 'Opportunity for expansion of 1 5.1, ,r ,
u : period of at least fire yean, at pulp and 'other forest product ,
!Community; Clewlston ,July 14-I'NS( ) the end of which a new sugar Industries inherent In' Florida'
Church was held "from 4 to I After week 9/! conference and bill will be brought forth, since
Forests be greatly Increasedby 1 rhone
: tan
; >PARTY,, UilEnS last night, The Rev Alexander Be Built on Highways meeting between Government the. one now before Congress explres continued conservation practices .'

11.l. \ t \ I Linn It pastor of the church. officials and executive representing then. the research and Industrial

sugar producers,throughout division of the Florida State 2498VERO
of Commerce
Tallahassee (W) Encouraged Chamber
world, act
a new
.' can entertain a full house ol the sugar Atlanta July 24-Men needed In Ito business REACH, PLO
ROT RY CLUB by the entnuilastlo reception has been written and presented I yesterday weekly
: pleasure travelers the year ar for civilian positions overseasIn review.. ,
ART Ne else given eight experimental ound. But, regardless of the climate to Congress connection with the program Plastic
I 'a r 1/OLM'a GRnJ.'I wayside parks In west Florida then are resort owners Working in the Interest of present for return and final burial of and Ala '
'I 10 t } eAUN UkIW the state road department today who (In normal times) open prospective growers of the World War II dead are being alc a4 T'
i i'i HA tIRR. OWxaTTR announced plans to construct their doors for the season a lot Everglades area, Josiah Ferris, recruited In this area; It was announced 'WE BUY '-- J Alpha Fl
i J the picnic areas along all principal later than they would like. By Jr. vice-president of the U. 8. by Col. R. B. Thornton, wreckedcopper cars, crap r Tile
'n. I highways the same token, they regretfullyshut Sugar Corporation, expressed commanding officer of the At- Floor Sa ing
", \ f', t '. The department placed Cleveland up shop at a time of the himself as well pleased with the lanta General Distribution De a: b as, F isgCle a
i Horne, a senior project engineer year when they know there Is progress made, and full hope for pot.
LOYA DER OF In charge of the under plenty of good season left. a bright future for Florida and SIS 'SAUT isg ,
';1 OSE taking. Hrone reported the state ""The extended season clientele continental U. S. sugar interests JAYCEE-ETTES; TO MEET RTS
1'' .1' eventually will have between 100 Is available the travel Industry The present act now In effect The second meeting of the Our y repre tativactin

J.7 '. M A and 150 of the little parks scattered goes after !It. was drafted In 1937 and restricted month of the Jaycee-Ettel will\ South xie ighway Coon ,,
: 1L IN d u 4 SDAYS "Our vacation, habit at
% about 50 mile apart along production In Florida. Under be held at the Civic Center
? Is largely an outgrowth of the The group's ort Pie t GEORGE KEi'H ;:
Hall Florida's' main tourist routes. the proposed new act, Ferris 8 Monday nIght.
Some of the parks will be habits of schools: and business points out that theoretically this constitution and by-laws will hone 1 Martin County CT
1'1'. more 'elaborate than others but Many school: authorities, such area is still under quota restrict-' come up for formal adoption. ,
\ ItI as Dr. John W. Studebaker U.
I 'tI all will have concrete picnic
S. Commissioner of Education,
I I II tables, trash receptacles, fireplaces
I favor staggering! school vacate

CALL of those and parking built areas. Some ions throughout the year, in Your Business With New w
l already have run.nlnl place oflie present summer Pep 'Up
\ water, rJ"LESS
AOSZ'aACti' electricity restrooms,, shut down. But accepting school
and If near a swimming area, vacations as they are now, the HOUSEWOUP /
; SHORT dressing rooms and shower Census Bureau statistics reveal
\,; There is no charge for use of that there are 48,1MM Americans SIGNSCHASyWDXWELL
. the facilities. who have no school age "IASII JHAVESI" 9
11 Perhaps the largest of the 0 0NO'S I
children and who are not tea .
j. ; planned parks are two already cher..-Thl. travel group Is not I
.; I IIt under construction In the Tarn- bound to the fixed school sum- G
I pa-St. Petersburg area on the mer vacation period. FUNI"

., A ALTO vest coast. One, with SO tables "Here Is a very rich potential RAINS BLDC. jT \ PHONE 103-M 6At' : .t
It TAX TITLE being Installed, Is located on the, market of people who, with em- & NOW .'Iill-- DQ'
INYC. CATION! I Davie causeway between Tampa ployers' cooperation, could take
/ E and Clearwater.The second Is their vacations at periods other
J TITLE SURANCLF between Tampa and St. Petersburg than mid-summer. The trend In
I IDA I at the Tampa end of the Industry Is toward employers Invite Your Friends To
Gandy bridge. cooperation In this situation. 1 I

: 1 ABS R CO.Jt I Home said the parks were happen to know that several They all, agr bout SOFT WATER
planned "largely for the benefit large concerns are even con Goddard's Restaurant
1 I Pn.ti KE EOY. of tourists.. but added their sidering an extra week bonus
sT AAT, FLORIDA J use was free to anyone. The exact for vacations taken In a non? S Rich cads for Jfithin See it today! Easy to scot

i .. distance between parks will summer The old season.vacation pattern Is Just South of Fraxier cV Bridge on U. S. 1 shampoos sad having Pays for itself in nap u4
-- --- depend on tourist fuel
and .
beginning to change. We are In Whiter washe hoot ha saving ,
"availability of good sites." irs OUR PLEASURE TO F I an era that holds a new con
rubbing and half the
In many cases, the road de- yflh
part's own right-of-way Is broad ception leisure 'of time leisure.Is fundamental Existence of A SA CH. soap Dishes cJF/'to a sparkle f

Ii' enough to permit H to establish of recreational travel Aceord- without toweling. All yours PERMUTlT'm.

a park without the necessity of Ing to the Department of Com- TRY SALADS with ( Permutit Automatic '
acquiring new property. If
not merce, more than four-fifths of OUyCOLft
\ the cooperation of roadside property all persons employed In private U'aler Conditioner, ......- .... v... cc, III.
; '
It\i owner Is sought. Industry and 97 per cent of all OR \

4 IMPARTIALLY, Windstorms "We decide where we'd like to office workers are eligible for EAST COAST WATER CONDITIONING CO.
\ "
have the park, Horne explained, paid vacations. Over 13 per centof
Deal out DeI "then sell the Idea to the own union workers have vacation TENDER DELICIOUS TEAKS D. F. Keith 530 South 4th St.

I I' .truct n. Roofs mays er of the property. clauses In their contract The I Fort Pierce-:Phone 884 or 532-W
+ Be RI )ed Off, Chimeys The cost of constructing the eligibility for recreational travel

Blown Down;, parks an average of KOOO to has Increased to the point whereIt
CrubI $5,000 each Is borne by the Is becoming a staple for the
II r m' May
I }Long t calls tie the T u r II Windows. road department It also supplies many
up maintenance crews to keep the "The situation calls for a new
I Rou and You
I I! IIp parks In order. formula by our travel Industryto
line, and prevent Have ly ONE .
meet It. I suggest that we encourage
TEC Then Again
1 others from using travel to grow Into the
I nclal I Loss

'" their telephone.. i 8i NCE, t Lyle t:. Too Late toCLASSIFY stable that There It, can Is year-around much be." sound common business HERE'S ,YOUR KEY TO COMPLETE .

eat UY In Au the .
t sense in what Thomas says on ,
REEL ULtFMONI Worl When 'l''sI this subject States like Cali- ..
\: AND UlECIAPH COMPANf NEE ED. Slave Yeu. fornia and Florida. have! muchto : '
I INCORPORATED ENO GHf i Br RUSSELL KAT offer the tourist and visitor Cold feather

every month In the year.A :
: r.n nationwide educational

.,' ----- (ff.'ff r..u MAPP My good friend Bob Eastman I campaign to encourage travel i

"I \ :' I J Every Kind ef J director of public relations for now and vacations term off-season during what''months we
Studios at
Insurance Marlneland, would do much to stabllse the
Phon' 11 r.O. sent me a copy of a talk made? and build toward a dependable -
Industry COMFORT
I "It.litIk.fl 1 \. Areade.JI recently by Don Thomas managing ycar-around travel :
I director of the All-Year .
IS ((Jft'f Club of Southern business The summer vacation: ;
California, In
: I, Idea Is based on habit and not I
he urges the broadening 1
___ ____ necessity.
of the travel season.It .
4t Is A subject that should be Industry suffers when the bulk '
of its employee Insist on vacationing
keenly interesting to Floridians .NEXT WIN
at the same time. An ,
since our State like California
t Intelligent program ataggered -
: Enjoy Vacation depends on tourist travel for a
vacations could' be worked
; substantial portion of Its
re '
i venue. easily that would meet with the .1.
Thomas approval of both employers and
points out that a
i '# at nearby tremendous amount of excellent employee Florida could well afford t
I II to work with California and
vacation time Is .. .
going to waste
I I II in America today He terms our other tourist States In selling h' .: ...., a -
i. this "new" vacation-travel Idea
viewpoint outmoded In \
I I evt that It establishes the thought to the nation.

that certain months are "vacat- ,
t Florida' forest fire season
N Why avtl for days la visit happy ion months or travel months"
"d I October
runs from througn
and others
fJ,' are considered "off. 'I
i I sum"" r vacation land? Why spend seasons." March.

"i: !I : .A\\! I I as uch precious lime reaching o of Continuing these months, he are says off-season, "Not all H O U S E H E AT I N G' In FlerloVi 'Mipijr, deedl.' Jd :'

de gtion at do relaxing alter \
for the
reason that they not
are '
1 1 y get there? Mokt every hour of good vacation months. Many of /?JNKEfRJsls inters i le s real problem:Hew much heat"is\seeded T Whatb : I

.. them are good. It appears that I
1 E tar leisure time count. b* off with tsiKsVItsUsEBLXsiVRED .
they are shunned and wasted I
{ +e family on a fun filled holiday at largely because they fall outside B most atl.factorvt! Most economical! What equip(
near-by Vtro Beach on Ih* cool the time-hallowed, few mild-' : .

; lonlic, where every vacation summer erican public months has when always the rush Am-' ) MIX lIIe t"I available? ,

1 1II //0 '- tivily it provided. Enjoy a variety ed to. crowd In Its annual vacation CONCRETEM1NUM i ,/

1I tithing and bathing e
o port ocean
"This waste of potential
vacation : d1r
5'f 1 fr clean land btachet. Coif onndid time is doubly unfortunate. R $ GC find a solution, Reddy Kilowatt ha* Jut e-ple *dve

,I o s 18 holt court. Decide People who follow the same old NIOR + If. :' ,!
vacation an missing
groove new
now o discover the uncrowdtd, sights and experiences. From the an ext survey: It'* too long to publish .... But k'. i

i 1 Gloss t hand comfort of this toulh. profit standpoint no Industry, PETE .
-least of all In the travel field profusely
east F ida retort community. Send -can afford to overlook so muchof CKSy avaibsbl In book form-a line bra book> Uhif +I'I'It '

t i r s I /41 today r information end rate Its potential and not suffer.

Comfortable occmenfj modofions 1n re/s/ cottages, opOrfs With vacation the bunched great bulk Into of midsummer America's- STE a' traled.AtU ha the answer to your I House heatloi problem.' r t

s on the each or in town low summer roftf.DEPARTMET the travel business Is fore: IND iWSIASONRY
ed to meet the entire year's expenses "

Writ tos 6-5 rush In operation.a relatively A few condition monthsof WHITE C ID f FACTS, ON VAIM: SOIiECT' i

VIRO BEACH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE that has proved Inefficient and PORTLANDCEMENT ,.' r

costly Indicates the need'of a ''So'k;'.1 1 skiver and shake'ne>l witter.Do aced
r v. Beach, Florida change.
t I not Phone- 748 Fort Pierce '
Naturally am suggesting _, 'i I
( that every resort or region sr about k __ Ctt .... ,. See vain eteskf tall ;

Y v "' PI I. .. .. '
P.. N (
I at fends Power Ceoipenft $1 \
r'' /: your Utht imi
Martin County Repres ative ,

I !. ..:,. sr r .r l. .Tilt, I C/1 J..t'. : :. ,1H. TI
i' Repair Gaiolilnb I

Service TOWING A' SERVICES 'ud> its J t : r ::: ::t7:; ""' -

11181IDflO"?I BT'ColIPfY
P1... ...*M%fctM. .-..,.*eWptfc. At .*.. .****, .

.If 5bw Mow.1-thot totlwUalazier!tt.a! "
WILEY 0 OR CO. ..'"Lt Y

/ }
H, North Federal. Highway Pbsa. !91 !FIN! ENTERTAINMENT: FOR"AU., TrU FAMILY I

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TIll IFITABT' : NYW& .1Tt.m't.! .Martin\ Ceanty, FLORIDA, THQRSDAT.1t'L'f' u. 1H .-. 1


; 1HWAN19- CtCBI Tuesday by Kiwanls President] I Beach -STUARTPLAYERS- Enlargementof 1 EQUALIZATION MEET ONCE BOARDTO MORENo 1MIJ

fa GAME WEDNESDAY Lon Tyson after h. cdnterred' Sailfishers Boynton t
PO Arcade P 1
I additional requests for adjustment ; ,
wrtU I
postponed wluVh with Jack Coleman of Rotary.

L between. the; Rotary 'Th :im will be played bur the 6ETPROIDS : / BegunWork of city tax assess* '
sire!! I Drugstore received by the City'
1 ants Club has been' set East 5th St. diamond. Klwanli To Play. .:Here Sunday at 3 menu Commlslon were sitting M a board of I! ,' '

11 for next Wednesday won the first game ,-, on June -- Post equalization at the city ball r1 '41
D .t I. It ru announced 25 As i result of their sterling under way Tuesda morning Partial red.ctlons / ; l i
for the past two .
} Arcade
Office '
lOUT" ?1.oa10A COAST GLADattLLAGUL A ON SPORTS performances In !the district were granted)' the board ,
JUNE will Increase floor apace 15 ,
semi-pro baseball tourney In weeks on two requests made July 1
MARTIN COUNTYWELL w t P4 ORL in Daniels Drugstore) n per ate special board wwlon July f :
STUART a, .IS 5 ,547 Stuart's Ball Park Is InferiorTo Hollywood last week end, Stuart,i h tried store own- .......... were raiser ,
c e r.t w e cum per ld The '''
PraHHUM i"... :::II 4 1CiraCr 'f I shortstop Warren Shipes and i i arlL. \ J''
] ERS I ..: I t I Ralph\ Daniels said Tuesday' through attorneys by : 1
riDRI C..I. _. ............. I ..n pitcher-first baseman Jesse The entire south wall will, be Bess and for the Maloney Estate ::;' Ii I; I i j
F '.k.. I ..4Uk 1\(0\( received J
W.1U I Etc. W.rtli t .... 4IS. Others In This Area "Stringy" Arnold have moved T ft. outward and the In Edg-Riva Subdlvllson. '. I
..... 5Y i e offers to play professionally board I' ;
II .111 1 1HrlU stores will be redecorated and A final meeting of the ;',
.... .. '
i Tour Work Don A Licensed Driller UUd II 4 116 announced this week by
Hat was D nlel Tuesday
I have all new fixtures / will be held at 10 a. m. I J
LAST .URDAtI sesutTuCI..A.t. Manager John N Mann.
does not contemplate
Prompt r ehoas i .....:..tt.nr L.t.,..;.w.t'::::..1.1.P.0.5. : v.1.. Br FIJ MFNMNGER, JR The offers, which were relay I said.closing He during the renovations. I by contractor Herbert Young \' ,

lOT-XJ 10 East Fourth St.or a.10' 01..... a 6-tone B"ck III, 5.StUART.t ..I- HOLLYWOOD REFLECTIONS: A heartening contingent of ed to the boy by district commissioner Work in the arcade Is being, There was no estimate on how if"! ;I

CHARLES MAYS P.sp..; ; ... 'ot.o.... lIt..rtJ. fan of the Stuart Sallflshera Were in the sands Sunday for he ZOO-a-month Joseph contracts Tierce, oall with for done for owner W A. Lippincott soon It would, be completed. :j'';'! !

t.rvsy. tourney finale Observers said lat least one-third of the nearly : ,
team. Hen-
NtXt SUNDAYS OAMES fun house were Stuart follower Hollywood undoubtedly has the derson Henderson\ In seventh Texas place In the ,Now Under Personal Supervision of Wri, ,d

R..oa.. i..k....'as. STUART.CnMO. one of the best small town.l8adlumlln South Florida If not In the eight-team Class C Lone Star I, "
St B.
.h.b" N La". Worth.Ckst. whole State. The Baltimore Orioles of the International League League. The offers were made 1 ."
.. at Bell. Glod. ((4l.! train there Manji! funs were wondering\ why umpire' Fritz who by minor league scouts who attended Owner / I t \ ""II

Fine China Dinner Sets The Stuart Sailf Inhere, called! such. fine game behind the plate Friday night In the Stuart. the tourney although 'i II I

.. holding a two-game grip on EAL Sllverllnera gams wasn't out again Sunday. A reliable authority. there' was no report as to their. St. LucieBar\ : ;;fj.

NOVELTIES & GIFTS HULL POTTERYAND first place In the South Florida re rise" that' 'late. dStrlctcomm lasloner and pia Y ing manpo affiliation. -- : .. '
Coast Glades League ager of the EAL team, was so Incensed at his team' defeat by Btu Neither player naa maae any .I

GARDEN FLOVf ER POTS will return to league play art that he allegedly barred Fltt from the tourneys remainder.. decision yesterday on to the delay offers deciding AND GRILL I I I';' I-
Vi.it; after two-week when there were few
a lapse Fritz Is a former professional umpire. However the State meet WINES,1.\,1.
until after
they play hosts to( t game Archie Martin. S }
his LIQUO1
complaints on the work of replacement. q In Jacksonville next week. Line I Choice \I
I IVER'S EDGE CHINA SHOP Boynton Beach team on the Ruled off the all-t urney. team because he played only Once was and CORDIA S ,' 1
East 6th St. diamond at fl .1''
r P Art Torcalettl, Boca Raton left fielder who made such an Impression I, r '

\ w. C. McMILLA OwnerS. m.Boynton.Sunday although "mired In In that one game July 9 that he was a unanimous choice of the 50 AIRPLANES ,

1 At First Gulf Station North of Lighthouse seventh place In the circuit four press box observers But the ruling stood During each of : :

: standings, nevertheless have the three games Stuart played In the \meet rain was a real threat ee and ANCE"SE : :II

presented a scrapping outfit but not once did It fall Fielding gems abounded In the games EXPECTED HERE INE ; \ :r" I'

I that has extended every foe to One of the best In the'Stuart tilts was Bobby Kartells leaping .. I.\\!. \
It's He, the last tnnlng Only a two-run catch of Hank Fennock's errant heave to retire an EAL batter Friday 1 I.1 ,

rally in the 7th inning enabled night. The other South Florida Coast Glades League entry NEXT SUNDAY'Breakfast J .
the Stuart to com from behind and whipped both the Miami All- '
also made a good showing Pompano INN \1 1

//EBSTER WIRE! RECORDERSEE top second the meeting down-Staters there in May their 11 I i Stars and Fort Lauderdale before the Pirates clipped them 11-4 From All MOU S IV\f {.,J ;' ,

night. Flight"
However Boynton .has turned, In the semi-finals Over State Is On TASTY, DELiCI S FOOD I I I ;;1
EAR IT back only Pahokee and Clewls- '
| If Stuart fans are wondering shy the Sailfishers' record In Boards t ; ( .
10 defeat !In 12 Draft I
ton ai against fixed Drinks-B r on
Come In For A Demonstration starts; games sway from home I Is definitely superior t* that at home i Florld'Ai'';' Pilot's ., ,
Association Y' I
at Stuart with two setback In they'll do well to compare playing fields. In the words of several) The a break H R GENE ON T E SOLOVOX I l

the last three outings. Is tavortyi of the field hers I Is Inferior to almost every one that Is sponsoring 1. I,
BROS. the playm next
Witham Field .
fast flight
to start a comeback In this ,they've played on away from here. Only In Boynton Beach did Sunday morning, It was announced STEAKS and EAFOODI' : ;:i; ;

T Oser a Ave. Phone 209 clash. Manager John N. Mann they object and even there It was felt the diamond was no worse.in by Palm Beach Aero .' ,

was quite uncertain his choice Hollywood, Clewislon, Lake Worth, Fort Pierce Pahokee and Corp., lessees of the Stuart airport -: OUR SPEC LTY "i//Pi{ !j'; I I'
for the mound call but It la felt. the first four mentioned Stuart (\port* .
and particularly GIbEON
to lay amohg Horace Arnold Pompano beautiful diamonds. The records show the Sail- Approximately 60 planes are Jensen Beac SEYMOUR it l'' .
It stuff on :
George Griffin. Paul Thompsonand at home-.nd all parts of Owner I! ; !
LOWERS For All OCCASIONS fishers have averaged nearly four errors a game expected here from
Elmer Graham. '
difference! Granted will leave their \1
less than Z''. on the road. There must be a Florida. The pilots .
It would a real boon home ports at dawn and are ''I I Ij
but prove
IOUQUETS t. coRSAcfes CUT FLOWERS I STUlfBEATEHContinued 1 It here would and be our a city big fathers expenditure could do much wont with their "re expected to begin arriving about j ''I I !
stricted" officials Chamber of .,I
/ Town \ :
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MrfRTED S I ______ __ '
DOMES C and | ) CERAMICS ( From Page One) .. Commerce cc presentat I vea Sri d
For The Noburn 'spring fishing tournament on the east coast the public at large have been D COCKTAJL LOUNGE .HI!II !'

$MITH' FLORAL & GIFT SHOP Snipes The Sallflshers never up to Fort Pierce which ended last month five weighmasters were Invited to welcome the aviators 15 Miles N th of Stuart >On Federal Hi-Way 1 ; !
came close again appointed In Martin County They !Included M. P Payette at the and witness an Impromptu air IF YOU ARE ISHING F0R A GOOD PLACE TO :rr' :

E WIRE FLOWERS The Stuart entry reached Sun. Flshlnhol In Stuart Capt. Toley Engebretsen at Salerno, any of show

rude Bldg, Sli St, Ft. Pierce Phone 310-J day'i finals as >a result of Its the skippers of the Whltlcar fleet at Port !Bewail, John N. Mann In AT ancLDRINK AWAITING/ t ,I ti,' I .
5-0 triumph over the FOR illYOU.'SUPERB
and Pete Ward Rt Jensen Beach.' The annual State open IMMUNIZATIONS YOU WILL FIND A "TASTE TREAT : :w ;
favored Eastern Air Lines Silver Stuart Golf and CHILDREN TO BE GIVEN t I
this at the Bubsdread NES AND LIQUORS, PREMIUM -
liners In the Mini-finals Friday golf tourney will be held .year |' 1:38 P.. !M I WEDNESDAY 'I.
Is AT :
nl ,",.Jese" Arnold tossing for Country Club In Orlando Aug. 8-U. Entrance fee for amateurs BOTTLED BE L, HOT FlLATE LUNCHES, DELI1CHES 00\1, !I'i

Stuart excelled In every way as.. $5. A new $1,200 flood lighting system for Lair Athletic! Field at Miss Flora Stanley announced CIOUS SAND ; ; SERVED IN OUR COCK "
TILTON'S SUNDRIES he gave his best performance Pahokee High School hun been purchased and will be Installed before today that immunizations for TAIL LOUNGE. "
the-tfason blanking the Principal D. D. Caudlll has will be given at 1:30: 1 '
of pow Vie fall football season gets started children Open From :00 A. M. ON -- WEEK DAYS ,
\\ erful SdDth Florida league lead p. m. Wednesday at her office at U VISIT ITHE '
DRUG SUNDRIES COSMETICS ers with three hits announced. the school Dr. Walter F. Davey FO GOOf

Arnold struckout nine ,men, and Dr. J. D. Parker will be In I 1 '
f passed only one and never was: charge ;
I CANDIES WSOfiA 013 'COS JEWELRY In any serious situations The 5 on Stuart Bebee, Immnnicatlons for small pox, B CO ON Prop S +,1 It
t only Sllverllner to reach third typhoid fever and the combine I

F UNTAIN was Herb Young who collectedall NamedAs fesse Arnold tioa for whooping' cough, dipth..

ODAS ICEERENEWSPAPERS M SANDWICHES the hits off Arnold. Young Team erla and tetanus will be given' according +
tripled with two out in the 8th to the Individual needs F

1 MAGAZINES Inning but Pennock threw out All-Stars. Pace Stuart of the children Those having 'ir

Harold Skinner to save the shut' had typhoid Innovations should The IVY r ne Room : '

have one "booster" shot, It was
out.Lowery, who couldn't get the 1 Arnold and I
Sallfi'hers\ were Bit Bebee, Jesse stated

f BRAN FORD'S RVICE GARAGECUL' ball tries batting out Sunday against of the, EAU led Infield the After In Stuart fanning four. named aa Five the conclusion to Stuart the all-tourney of "the district team the Warren batters Shipes wlth-the continued team to only top Florida and"Because dipfherla In 1945 580 of-children whoplng both preventable died cough In Brooks fill try to make i, : ::II :

P ODUCTSOR and walking he singled and semi-pro meet In Hollywood marks above .400 while Bebee the health department .
diseases +:
CralL doubled to drive In two runs and Five members of the winning and Arnold head the pitching\ js urging- all parents your orii i.I iks to 1 ij
SALEi 1937 Page 4-Door Sedan In Hollywood, team also werenamed .II'
A-1 score two. Stiller member of both corps with IS of the team 15 to have children < months or :! 1(1(
1934 Con ible Ford Coupe a pair 'with a tingle and a fielder and one thesekiller.
I divided between older immuniied against o 1 I
and EAL Silver- victories this season 1
1941 Mere 4-Door Sedan the Pompano
1937 P ck2. Cabriolet With s choice.Arnold hurling so sup liners squads filled out the 12? '.them. Bebee fa unbeatenIn ," Mm Stanley laid today. your IIIOpenVat r g 'f 1 :: .I *t ',

erbly Stuart acquired what provo man honor roll. six decisions but Arnold has '
ed to be the winning scores -Oickerman, Holly. a much superior earned run BORN LAST SATURDAY 5 P. 1YL '
the 4th These materialized on average 11
Seven Da A Week Stuart.
a Arnold single wood and H. Arnold and tourney ; 1 1I
two walks Horace The Friday Mr. and Mrs 'WIlliam Earl
Located % Mile ,' of Jensen Bridge fielders choice. Pitchers--Wralne Pompano, in Hollywood struck I r
and k faulty games Thompson of Salerno have announced '
Two more walks and hits by 1. Arnold Stuart and Camp hard at team marks. Seven errors the birth of a son, William Victory Building 1 -)N NA Nt

Lowery and Arnold manufactured bell, Hollywood. Holly In the two contests dropped Earl Jr. July It at Martin Jlotel ,
and Lowery First. base- to 122 I
ed runs In the Sth that percentage 2 points County Hospital Mrs Thompson J

WE SELL A ', double and suiter's bungle wood. b.-Power.,' Holly. while only nine hits lr 60 at U the former Marian Homan I J
created the last Stuart-run InDespite Second bats cut that mark .pointsto A
MARL, MUCK, CK, SAND AND the nth, stuart. 396 It was the first time
the Sunday defeat the Short stop-Snipes the team batting mark had fallen
SH L to. enter Third base-Ptnnock, Stuart. since the early',
Sailfishert are eligible below .300

,INANYC4NTITYDELIVER/ the the State winner meet the next runnerup week and In Touni Outfielders EAL-,-.Uwery and" Watson' Stout, stages The averages of the season West Palm Beach /Directory/ ,

S j '
the 1M4 defender-are Invited. Hollywood BATTING WHEN IN WEST PALM BEfcC li
Jacksonville since three teams-, O All R H RBI A.R.t. ," l

C. F. BWnfordAt EAL la the defender 80..... 71.-5105. :.. ."..51 i; :: 5e.0.' :: : .1 A':' : THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOURfPATOONACE J JBADCOCK'S

The box scores: _. 14 ...... 14 II 15 15 .5''11
I Sox 74 STUART USM ..1. II II II N .51.. 'sue roost to sat se .a' i A W THO R N E '
Jensen Beach Fla. LU. JlLvtllLlNrJI'.aaHI'O. .. 1.15 I '
R H PO A J: U : m.
as : =-'d"-I : '
Jensen Beach i ulf tilling Station A Sr.kStS ... ._... ..::.. T l. I ., ROOFING CO.
.4 I Shim <4 811110. .. .11 I II 1\ 'Of
Br.drY ..-':: .....::.4 Itt : II : 0e rues IbArmiir .: A- i i i i O..h.. _se se 1 \I .5''.. 512 Clematis St
I of ..... .. e a l 1 U :,- 0.1111. ._II I ,I a .IIIt.Oaeo .. OOFINWttttt seats. }r
l. H.rr.11 U I* 5 1 1 1 1 .5'H.LL. '
:::2 t. :::i : ,: .: : 1 L* wry trtH ".. ::.. : i : : -_.11' 5'' 1 It 1 :.5I furniture and UTIHII-YtinIUTl .
,. .. : Arnold If.; ::: :-J: : Muirck ..1 1 1 t
" Extra New Addel Feature .._ Ik ... .. ... .. I"" J. Arnold. .. ..-.'- J : 5 I I K,..., :... i I .iI :m, House Furnishings. OL110AlIS had OUTS WATLRPROOPINOJUST
Balk. .. -...... .......... I I R.II" .. f 54 s 51
r1.a ......._. -.s I I e e I P.no.okS .. i I H.ra ,.,_ It t .
I II BillkU .C.. 5055 51110 Kv..r 1r 5451.... :::fj: : J .; i : : H.II _...15 5S II 14 1 4 1 4 S ..11Ines. .
I r.U:Mw.a:'. : ; ::::.M..1::: : : 1 5 t onin.W.I.OD. .r .: :_ 'Z ::::
._.__.. *-, .... i iITI ..71II.
KUM-BACR 4AR-13.Q ..._ J' 1 A. .II U i RECEIVED
60" .
'I __ ........_..1. I I ; HOLLYWOOD: IRA/ES Ml I ... _,.,.1 1 S S ..NTCAIS .. SUP LY OF BESTO. SHINGLES I'Phone
"" A J: ;; :; '
.1" H IllESS
It KNOWN FROM C AST tO COAST .-..".."tee lullkli' h,1. UK.xsssig&sm 55455. rf "i '1 i i 1 1M (':'-.'. ...... ....... S '10.... .. '
11. ,,::::":::.:::::" 1.- ....,....
t Marine Room Victor! HotW 1 Stuart Fla. : : ::: : : 7/ ( : : ; .... ....... .... I

.. ....: PITCHING. IItA
55 ii .n w Phone'
OPEN NCLUANG g e :) I 11 i ...... .. ..
EVERY DAY *- SUNDAY jiB II 50A R .... _1 J 1 J 5 1 -. -_, 0 11I 1 1H.
i a II 1
Seed I' .1
1 ;
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5:30 tit r.'k': ::::: ::. 0Harrell 1
: p. II .... .....-...Hi.ITUAUT II O.H.II fS .......... ..... 1 1M t I. I 1 I. A...... _.11 7 I'I \.I.. I w

Special! ing in, I.we N. Ara44, d c::::.:t..t :' II'11 ; : '5I551)1 I Thor.oat..5 0.1101. _._. .I .. I: 1 o "1./'/'1 I :, H

RIBS HAM PU IN A BNKET Itilio...we rf t .-.. ....,4. Il.1Ar.,14 .M b. ln..,l lRluvl .... ..104 h ;:::::1 : : 1 115.1::: MINTS

(Chicken, On A vance ,N Ice) A s''' .': : : i : I Aoll.J.. 5.tud Ili.-Roitw 5,0::Utlek. !: HARDWAKB

See For'Yourself,, ill "Era, T\st. 'Em.YOU'LL .ate -..... ....5i..5 R.._... ....,t I. 74N' kilo III -.. RICOU ENFORCING 1 ASH DOOM r
.. Hollywood 5.
BACK I""f It I 045... K..ed_ ..... -. Solly.od I... INLET NET LAWS .:
K| M 'y to.,.", ...,. k Mf > 0 PLA8TEK
I .... .rlo.h4 s4.4 -- -
We Soikit Large r SmallGfl7 SALhnllaes N 5.R1 :::t .0.1.a.. M-wd.t. l0 11._ t4 01,51.5. CEMENTFLOORING
Your Par I Ie D4toos Conservation Agent Earl Rico
ssv \ 5Se: :AniStill. .. .. _. .. 11..11.,
i R1.s: 4'y4d.LZt; "ra S" to .
Out at Hen* ( ,5lb announced today that he Is enforcing C'p..
SrrW Snack .
hr tfc or ty I.: /. 71. ": P.w. I. curs. : '
, BEER, wife MlXE DRINKS T\ .lot\---a"H.:: :" = -- C.e5ll a. =1.t, h. N.: taws prohibiting! Betting BIDING
ALE ; .. I"1. '. ....'" Hold .5. C..pt.ll
loa v. iN.h. rfi p..."k t".rf r. A,..W i. Hit within one hulls of the Inls /
\ COUNMp f6tU( SERV AT WEST SIDE atWIS... .. ts Sh,0,4.5.5 i tl/ pitch, *--Irr C. 'h.ll..t 4SkkM: ): "and seeing to It that all net
., "i l
, BROOKS BOB FFE I.. I._A.ld 4b III I. by 0 f I.. 5...5...rorb.I. afl r 5.11/' Rmu.uet--Co.a.IL sad: klU-Mlf P P.nnwll 4| s.4 used \la the flyers. comply will Hob ound' Lumber Si Supply Co. Iitl.pi'
For -Q 'k. """'" I. A..1d I I hnlHi' (set...rt I PS 5dors> the /new net tew. He also state) / ,
For .. 5M.Ir H Ara-
I 4 1 ta I
, .all. Rr t.- AruM
, Drinks !! 554 I .. Ny.e.1.! oj' a ..d I. 5 I....... 1Aa1a. ,1I.k. that boat license regulations. wll
+ Spec v r.Ii:: 14 IIar1Y. l.altd'y +Ysaxt U.NIwTYwtr. r4 IR.Maerr.1 be enforced.
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_. no: STUART lOWS, ,S1t7ART; HartIII'Coantr. ftORmA. THUaSbA!'. tlitr Ie. J9&7

I I 1i.I I.I .> USE THE


: 'i\\ !miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniin SERVICES OF RED 80LUTION or LAST WEEK'S Pt1ZZLI-: I _'__.._ taJ

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The annual of District Ia Oh.
,'ALM CITY SlOE : Crossword Puzzle assembly tALL I'OR alOl tlni IC, Su,00ma?

: Cfl331Ift l Meat Ice Cream, oft Drinks, 167.B of Rotary Intema'I. aid IN aow .0.0w. _... O, las en .,o, .mai,51 lbuam ,
I ':1! I f Candies I tional will be held in I Mtls. C.oIe ChoP... .f 10.. Aoeimu. Soothont mo ,mu .

f Open e ninrs. I I,1AC"O.i I .' .1. RigesoBualud HERE Sunday through Tuesday with I 1(1.1 Cns.o iie roe.itorior.oaalcsqItoa''o ._'oCro Rod.. .510 Tnniohto s nRe ,,,

\ II I'' ,-TON TRKK lor hire, wit a. II. Os.k, I.ltet $LId0.U $jAjRJ[ District Governor James t Keller ::.. kufldlnf kxatod/oa: WoiStrort. ott, Cmaou us ci
'I\ I' Asonu& .1. Conimaudu. i-tIlPfO S A P SA 5 U....1. "ajr k drIver of will./ t. See E. M.Rellrn 4LTrImmud. oeto. 1 of, Miami presiding Representing Rod. 0_. .ffl.* TM Martla comaS am.,

t at Slu' ft Auto Camp"I" ..... ,I. M.lfr. ATN a 't TO SALES MEETHeating the Stuart club will be c...._ of Oat Aa rrfn| Rod Craoa e..
: t f RATES: Ze PER ,. **""* ". "...U*' .. 1 00? 0. 011 OttO. scott... ot, IA
WORD ORUIVARV -, Write i .BoX Idta tfniuiiiiii: f 'i.".:," :;' ,.=._. Mr. and Mrs; Erwin. F John- _"t Rosen SD r..i t1dn ,
_._ z
L MINIMUM 3r c FOR It Ik Droonio, Con,. 10 enut wick and Mr and Mrs. Harflf B LEGAL ADVtnISEMCNTNOTII oh. O.eth.m.t m l 01

I '1 WORDS 3c PER WORD API- SAW FILING: t lip Majestl,D u. .Url._" :4L t r: '::- A S A C S I. V A Salea Conference at Lowery, JrLEGAL. _. NOTICa TO a 1UBUCTo A aan-Ml00n Sell ?.mat.t.. u.
., 'I MINIMUM 50o FOR 17 i Jlot..I.II; wi ruaranteed. C n. C..oIrlolOl .11. Ua'.ra Weit Palm Tuesday ADVUTISEMENTIN WHOIl IT MAt ;ONCEIUIt )loett. hne In,
{ :" W ORIS.lllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllK'llllllll. II. Doeiiges. 672 Stuart 11. -pok.a hu.... '> la korokif"elm a lImO aa Ante 0.0.0, Os to. 0.04 w
II '11. h..IIOI.. n.r. July 29 II. iDol. I oold to f.l..tor. CoaUaoanall 5lOn.a
J 'II J, vl&S1Ai, .7RI aama II Dlfflout ; ';' : I COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN AND.i 1 af a 'f .ad knoro.1 la aadta
: ; 4 tutaJraMrawladlroetlr hIm f'm a. Tao Staart :no ,
r : ''I. It Vl.lalIt I. 10. aaumi Sponsored by Florida Powerand IN FROBATIKSTATK J.W.I ... .,. u MOT of
SSIERLS; GIrdle; ,, Healthndividually : aleiheref. L7 I N S I S Light Company to Inform IN I RIE, ..lIdl.)..koa t..r oe.>l I f.torUa.Hi. l. mad 0. that I o toedisusetossoit ,
APARTMENTS. FOR RENTiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiimimiminiiiiji ( rm.nLs, derella Allot 1 II Broad ilraotlabbr ,I 1 sOil not ko ro.pj.lkl. tkoroaftor for ci Oh. COnS th. Ii,
K Symbol for the public of the advantage 01 DWIGHT; .adj Mania Cw.ir, Clot .
8'' by Fret nor aradlt o>t to laid kiul_. fnoelnonsds' 050
ned0 ,, floersied
I, dlaf- mInt tft. T.'r.rrnphtt .. of tkh naolmioa
j'' ; j / ii, i to. Sir,. T. C, KnowlesS II. C.r.al And not Ii. Ciny DOWN oil for heating Florida house, a'I' )oOTl JII OP rrUNO VBTITION. roil.. ...... old '..... .H.niabamdaem..... ar lot" one aswrs.r1 a.

1} .I Pt 'iSlu .W. tf ::: :.. .. Oard.n : ". C..I.. oIllrhln. sales conference will be held at ADatNInTRATaIX arena/ I"'HARUE C.0. ANCII.LARY .Uim 5pca ., dID w nOselts aaduaaaluo0 ,.

\ i I Arut.1 .1 t..UI 14. Ona Impl.inonl at tau utealaud L amuil. 1:30 p. m, Tuesday. July 29, In I Motto ta horor flvoa.T.IIoA;. I Ono, ..it h. em.. noasomhtaer.., "nSUi

; ." 010dm II u_ ii. Pot .. ....... the Oeorga Washington I fifed. lar final mud.. .. Aadllarr. Ad INdICT P. pox
: .u. .
i" ; LIT; 1's five lou a free demon obeao Hotel,,, lr.Utr.lrt. C. ,T. AI of th. .....* of I D.tmay II... ., 1'10. co TygOmeDtsll, 51501'
.. ,
...,.... utr ji ion orilhe new Runuey 1 i F .fT'lT J ;u i T 1: Cooitn000i.o IIm"l _I Welt Palm Beach John M. Law,, Arthur" ). D'l.kt. a.f aord: thaI. I kam, RobI.hndt' ItI dole$0. : .50? 01. lilT FDA S lIP t000TY DL ,
f" ,
[ J TiC: Hr; JiricM<. er Coin: hIgh ...... Jr. manager. announced today i.ti "' pOiUoa u.4 inloat '\ N TIC coUNyy
I It 'I I' f if 0 iT! crass T--t J--i.-I----.. '''Ll1.n4beaI fBuatneu .rkarm. aan/tkit./ oa tIn COO. : GAL VERflSEMCNTOTKE isle rtoiit,&
'. ,I .. and touch 'eeds. Bonn hard fa, men Interested in dar of Au.u.t. 1147/1 I l..iII anplj .U tk.Hon.raol. ., 4I0i.odaLEGAl.
j'tu. .u r.m; .': .. Bolono Artkar t t loau' [emIt I
the .
.r..r, war j Co. hone 31 tfICR ... sale and Installation of house I Jydn of Martin' Co,I,tl''. flonik for approval sove t5IMUSTOOT
tn'm rr ?.I; 11"" 11 : :ur heating equipment are urged to of ..... fla.,frotarn* and for aaordr MARTIN T COl'Irr J FLORIDA, F I OP
: dl.trlbtitlnl. JULY II. 1t41
l&E1.; f for of and for ".01 dloekanra ; ,
employment be
I t ; J 4- 1 i n. ...u.. oola present, Mr Law added. aa Aaelllrr. Adnlnhilratrii' NOTICC IS ilKRKRT' OIVKN tHAT I
; It "'( : tbro ih sjbart Services at our j j II.: ......r Invitations have been C. T A af tIm. f.tat. W Arthur .). ailr..aal. to rlrf oa II of CkopUr II471. ,, 'em
\ ( 1''' In the .1. "m"I". extended tieloOt d..oumd.. Laal of l 4lAuid aiaoadin.aU< tkorot* nil its Is 5l.ny
Kruerer Bldr.PhOt. I. 4 hu.........' many Individuals In this and L I IllY H. liliOwIf of Ik. State V Florida tk. foltewlni I AC M0S005 In, h's.,
:', ATI.t\XTlC COURT Ufo, Snappy Services IS. P.I.: adjoining counties A. A.'II'' A4m .."".". ",TA. .1 I d. rM'" 'l.n.Jl. II..... Coaltr. Mar.Ma. MA m.ttfI-.t. 0,4 1104
al ; It. ',rlk. and including i Ik. 1I.f: "T\rt .r', ilWiiM\ t. Iwlll' W ,..... for .... at klHi 4 : i
i '. PPPtRTMENISSTVAR1' nds III'.U'RO 41 ..bou.. home builders, heating contractors dorna.t' I .."i IV CIa 'h) *hi..1t. and OnO ...r.Id. ? :; *
\ -' ,j'f IT 8V 7.HIW '.. EVANa l.Allr. I S 1 t. fiirUilloor of .. Courtkoao. la t ooa us. IS. 0.o'ebu
H 01(11)( .
; \ L 3K-National '3 MraaurM. retail and wholesale dealers AU....., for Anrlan' Adailnlttntrli, at. : :, Plort.1 krt .oa tOn "hour': of II : .1 0,
1 \ Newly' llrruratvd. l-ullv 1 J.quil'llrd.| | syntena -r II Tilled Ian* distributors, architects I c'r.A. I ,k4o A. M End I ortork. P. H,. w tk.. rt.t nSA 5111mM
1I,, r keeping waft and Stuart, Florida. I gl.e5X01'so fr .., AUGUST 1141i II., O. ,t
krfiinsiu .. "
| 11)1,1' and others,
I hour II holding tax and ace- ::L:4': : : ,... Jutidal." |u.. t audIO. 1141 T4 .d., .000 i RK8KRVE8 aa auo- T ...
I IOW MMMfK KVTISM : for i emSi.erIhO..ol'.a. aa follooraitadroiidlO I II Iptin ,e Pnpon,
'. '. T. PUI.I.T lal oear v 1 reports, when yo> 11 IS 4S 4u oh 4 cloaalr. Electricity house heating i LECAL AD IITISI..lJllr One ) foot ... ..... aldo. of p'' o, aurpw i&JtrLi t
Mm Itan ,0 iir more employees.tttiav It, Orpar l... la not at all satisfactory," Mr she. 1.-ole' 0.. af fttaU' _ole ....,..I A 115115
Telephone Sl'ft 4 _It RESOLUTION Pf DISTRICTING' CER wi ,4nt.lpJtki, : (fun lISP foot P.mboi
; -t-tI41 Law
See said 'For that aa lot.
u Ask for IiiJ fl. ltn of reason,
these atuiH TAIN COUNT* COMMISSIONER!I uuA .Id. .41 ... orator H.. af St.l.. To toOt 50 n-nih, nii
Ii. the Ii> News office U .. "- tho .ua : Florida Power and Light Company DISTRICT Orf MARTIN COUNTYUK raadi)'n.ldr4r a.ualrlaalltlo.1. aol. Ptftr ml. I. 50k 50an054 5
t ,,11U411111111111t1111.tIlItlIItllIlIIUlllIllI i ; ; -1-I? ..: w...... ..tal.n. plans an aggressive FLOS,IDA. hal. Ir t n4'o.eh .... of .... contar Uaoof I We. luretum., Ipmeoi4
DO \Ol hive ii A....... campaign JT amo, ED', lbs Board of Cltntr a>... _.... ....,... af n. wM he.,
> FOR SALEullllillllIlllIllllIlfluIIllllltit trouble with your T"T o 8t III. of to Inform the people that I moP. ComnrlM. ,... of ..."' [non. ,, IoU.: ..., 1._...... aiaMolT c. of Martin
hens 4>4 lajinj: Then useIle 7 ..b..lI.. the most/ economical and Klo.lda. tk.t Couir Coaimlnloawa 0...: polili. wrk .rt
I 'ii' lilt 111111111 .* f-it-B-min. i--q-- It. Bu.k.. 'on.. trietc .iimk....d. 4 and. I of Mint, S hall ,,d.msd ,cc4&s& to
Stuart Feed ia ... .'.111.. "... meana of heating their C.mt>, PiniOn' li kcrabr sdtnoI.te: -e und no. .,iueh t, 110M. pee.' I dmsSbod I. '5
: I FOR SAlE! More 11 IIi Ii. p..la houses is nod tin ko.nd>f::tlunal an km. kr Tile of Sll'o: of 'W'a' II .om5I au oIl ho '.4 ,. 0.
I lint / through
: r.il.lRanee oil-fired heatIng .1.
.. .. t. I' ... 0114. ci
4 17. UI cluiind in thai II Cou.I, Co. .. ...." It. ud U. .tt.u IB. oaurt ktMw I.e
first' class t .."dt", ". T1L'SSLSA! elastic ricklnr..1kn.e aS :. equipment* .r5Bl.trl.... In I' C<>.", .h.1I ......- .. 'f .&..- 1 150 '.d.etu aiontk V AUGUrr u,,
1 ,44 B ll.Wan'n' Principal fanh M .. !!_. ....11... .......ti.. .. .Otnh s i Ika Cooeth'0e w mlll >
Bruadlnom\run l'liiiuii151i ."t, anklets, etc Stuart I' tuuon conference speaker)I pdulilia. u ffiiblr> ottO .... .build.rt. 1" on e ... n. PALM lOin.
tf Drag i iSPENCt > '0. )lol.'oa will be A: T. Atwlll, Chicago, ... M iwO lAtrlcU. 1.. 4 nod I tOn. rIte lonion i4. T.a. .. TOed do1 of Ml
I tf
1 !' ... ,
-.1. ban.atn dual president of Quaker Manufac. .rlt 4 i. loll.J, CL piccolo. .. --- anlV
'i, FOR SUE: 1I 1(1(. .lull i r Hi/:,"isrTrailer : for women turing Company R W Carney COUNTT\COMlllSSIONER1' DUTRICT 1.0.. oh. .... Traot It FHILOBoutki 01.0 ji:, '..t OrVairSBBr

Slcri four si IoUO, s' ,' .belts. Luella Downey I j Wichita vice-president of Cole-: NO. I.K Pot< "wn.t'' of .i.tO H.1t nod Pt.. ,

Curtis L II...... near 111'1"\.1\, I IP.Orange Ave. FortPI..r. KIWANIS HEARS French Cites man Stove Company, E. ,,M 5.uiajbi tin e..Ur tin> 01''. I IIi.P I i"f 0.00.0 C. loetloa aa Ia tl PB. tJL S. Paoo 41 P.01 r 0..,it BoROi, tIjiC IY ,nriri lot..Rm.L .

Paint and EmlMi.'''.). Old .. 197-M for ap- Crary Lansing, assistant a..orn.o I of tb. Florid.. KM <( loa.prl.la. II em...
general et .
C.Sale. tf SUwrl,
I \. Dixie. llighw y or \\ nit(.. lit" I tf Martin sales manager, Duo-Therm PlorIds. i( ... E..torl at..., 1.01 ,1 Trat( t. __I.. I a0vRl.monn05CC
133 Stuart. b MODEL PLANE CountyCLUB .... DOIh, .h.f it.... 0''. L..I. one., Lob M. Trod II. oaaiprUilai. OF LCCTKMJONUUl
I 111I II II II II IIIIIIIIIII Company and J. K Keele, FPtL tO., .0,5 I ..rrTJnd& lob U J too, und 'ito w ,ta IT 50 ( ,
II '. July 10. 17, 2431. assistant general sales manager ;:::5.emth :r0i?! ;1 I 'I, P ta T Ii*,, Tract :.. ..... ,.; 14arm. Yam ,. hemhe >.d llw k aIHM
N T E D ii.. .. 'O.i'd. .
WA Chamber ,I limO P011.0 PORNO -D of N(4( .105 tOn siuto.
." .... FOR SUE KuO Demonstrations of house heat- .1 0.41...., ...... ta Port H.w.11. ..4 aWl. Sartloa. 14 : 4t LhflA2nhIC1otYNTYt'flWli5um11gR5 10. Of tk. I .111105 I ,
I .me
: \uli.iy. I IIIIIIIMIII( I lAlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllV Ing equipment will feature the, .10.4" I. ........, dtrorMon. Inw. H. ,, I IJ I,, Id.es peutdtn .100. Ii.r .
} house trailijr, tik<' TIM III'('i PRESIDENT ,...- 'h I .. of tn" II<. "Lari. ,
III ': \ ,\\ TO REST' furnished conference At 8 p. m. FP&L will I iOwei. 110. J ; ,

stakes, TOOttlGxn1 nit tire nil. .... .... .. ', L ... __ LL. ... A descrlotive outline of ex- hft hunt to the frrnun at a buffet II flIe thu ii t..r"raa", lln.SoutkwMtorly of ..kll" _IIART'. COUll/TV./ ..WIIIDA. ,, I :
lane. I SOfCI! IlInaI"\ .10', r'19'1t '' ur ueoruum ...... A YO. .. ..Indo like floor Apt. excel- actly what the Martin County supper '0" ..I.tI", Ie. .,i.t& .h... .... lie I. 5. POMEROY tlo.l mad ihoet .
n..w. 2Iueocy. "'ltrtr < hnl I .Lee Hibeepreident of the N..h..I, .... .... .. .... mu .eAr5aemil.
.r ce. Permanent reslden. Chamber of Commerce Is On Wednesday, July JO from I I .f Joff. ..., II Genii (' Court of ..Id Ooaaty, ct.n, II,. .dimct, .tdm I
plale. 120 II Sure miii--. s. .' doingor macdnd 10 Onnhn.miule 4i..., cI UIIROTHY lid I oh.
: ),1" Maine, Ri4 SI. Lu.1t' in. th' UUt. ianager The Style Stuart Model Plane Club, showed trying to do far this area' was 10 a. m. to 10 p. m., approxtmat"-, tim. amId ...... 1Jo. mel.. II.. CoOt, SIll no and. '1. .1147 PIC.HCI. DC- ci Sicheor mId C, Jwe ImOne'm a.4 so151 10-

III. t3""),, .ola. II I I I tour characteristic models and ly thirty-five different type tot, 'iflt.u.HI, neN0.ltjnnmenu' 00 So s omt.'td 41,00. uSohs
i river. It glvea by Chamber. President Price I. u Outt" 41tl. o10se. SMommOr LEG I. ADVERTISEMENT Oh, nom4e to" .0 ..11ito.
t ; answered questions In detail at heating appliances! for south I II.. U. 0. HI. .., NO. I sof, LA 1.
.\ : n 0' woman:;;: French at the noon meeting of Florida homes will be exhibited I .. ,",.' ... ..... In......'. RE4OLUT >N ALTERING AND 'ADD son, Smlehtcisdufi.Io0i l.imno0
FR S.\U:; ral'a\a 1.la"t I.' scnt4le I oppearance. for door the weekly noon meeting Klwanls free and ...... .. .. .. .he 110"","" ...... Ion TC CERTAIN' ELECTION PR*. the .0., 00, 8.m'Im .4. 40

an. See, .nl trw",, .11 ,.d.. to dtr / : Club at the Woman Club Rotary Club at Chlsholm Grill demonstrated to the I ''It .h. H.,,, .a..1 I them,, rsu INTO MARTIN CqUNTY. FLORSoutkrr Im, Am. in 04..lImin4.O0anc
w/prk In conjunctionaithattoaI In Imihommo elan. On .
public the George Wa.hlnfi. nnue" tin kLn. 'C lofts.Ad' .td It..,.
or apple' apodilla. pnlift 10110. Friday. yesterday. ufuamOk. ....4 tanuolnl she. ,. LqOLED '.:the ...... of wOn I dImito. f tonm It
I. I, ('rail 317.lb"I" .As,' Hum. Improve. Hlgbee French ton HoteL Ih. .... ...... .he ...... 1100 Cmnlp fmaiiriMa ......... ef Mactin. Itoh .doseofhi4..AscMtO lh
'I 'i mentiervile. Salary and Coin.snio.i. model Included a U- said it Is felt that few The meeting in West Palm i .1 .tuiu II Ohe U I th- ens. I Coo..,. P "" lInt ,.. foUdwta. al... Ab tnt.45.emdtnshA

'Ju zt 11. Siirndid, Opportunity.I control plane another built for persona are aware of what the Beach .Is one- of a aeries being I lint NOrih.iy, II..rl" e.. iOn II _Ie 1M tho-lint p.1,1 ci 'p lIon oil.p..nt.. m nd aa, .ouakltekod... .... ......la an Marti k.ro- cic 0 4.neMnfe'ed.dtotoor LIsA of
} 4h. CInmtO
stunting Oat
'. i'ii It. 'IHott:: HI. t raisifl"aiit, He told I.
of the uu.ennIontSuto
'' ,00w ( hr4le0, Mlrlll" will", 'I 1\011 .7. If to hold another club plan and nationally I and everyone served by Florida Power and I 'h. mslln", 5 of S,... Deld No. !REC1NCT NO IIImI lath. 1041 Anti.is. dnf'istno'IC Is hod otIOn.uo10 .A.

r IQ h. 2ishtng I'ha"al.... contest for must have a better knowledge Light Company to Inform Its II .InttO" .on .0' KIa.'m-n. lhe .
p. W.-N1 of customers .nIIno 51,41 b noiIl.tAan
I : G equIpment and I model plane enthusiasts at WI h. 5110.0 0,. .00.....>10 A...... nBat tlM Mntor of tko
sortie bil pump. Ats,, I It; II turn ore toO club I,,, the Chamber's potentialities for of the advantages of oil I .. iOn 1I..c... rtnctdx (bnrnark of tOo Florida 0.edoInheIn.tO. O
hoa. am Field Ohm emA
open ski! 3 h. Ui'ri'i-i, Contort on Labor Day, rule) for their own welfare" A). house heating. Other Diuat COlO' .11...,. .0mm ..... Low C.d y Ralloar' VrloM m tk.akoro .eemd 0. ..n.mnotp.10
I p. examples meeting 'e mm ipnt7d I. .td Onik.
.. ,
? iartin'flounty H.h. .. ;
Golf and I I which will coincide ,with thoqe .1. iOn Ii.. ., mOe of fth. a,. Lu.tu Item In. Bt*.
; Inboard "tor. Inquire at StlucieBa Coo ryCIu II 1 of the AMA. kind he cited a number of the hun are scheduled for Miami July 28 rlo.1da Eu 'ml lllIoae Co 100 ort, th._ u.. Ea.torlr" mad Boatk.kw '.

11 .. I Any of fuel dreds of queries that are received 29 and 30, for Bradenton July; poI.1 or p1 no Onuluafti.. 0,11. O.oth > of I'. St.NortkorlT GOD. 400. 1,111,1w mesSiAI
I will be La. ....
_. ::11I1111111111111 acceptable, he aaldHe by this 30 and 31 for COUNTY I. Nno of I_ io ..i.uid.dclInOMm.
,; 111111111I11I1111I111I11 Chamber offlci seeking Daytona Beach I CO S5IONED5 DISTilICT l.fI. ... .I. Port Sowmll .
fOR VALE: P1 I and 1 tip. L..u- M E said the official peed record No, 4 ,,. a.a '.50 l..tJoa Coin P1.10.tOst
::$ HE P WANTED all manner.of Information liepoInted July 31 and August t. = aatatlaa ta 0. XIO, Ii opAsud CM C
\ 1 lIOn, alrI.d engines.! A18C1 for ouch a craft is 126 miles r. .i. ;.t Nortaorlr TlM JhZ
( I ,
111111111 101111':11 'Imlll"j( out that I CnnneuI .tio.rmt.-auaai
( every is
lrriationpuinpu. l1m..r10: 111.1.1''AoI1'f, : : Colored Janl. an hour He also brought out I given special attention query in I SURE IT WASN'T to. 000k o,, 01 Inn F""',..... t.I ; I rlf*on.dlrocUoa., taadod, .IJ. laluVroator 41. ;cia CoTY [ol5aa0OOan
preference Cwut aIt.. OUSCOV.
tar (0. ItPainI'.pray that the model 0dm I. the ISle of Ua.
[ toe: hrs. L 7 day week. amateurs now to any kind of form let- A ROCKET SHIP? B..t 10.saa I, a W.otoIp at.nnu.n ..'Jl, them,. ma of 'U.; S.. manOlOislp
1 FOR U ;; itutlti.DnS'jIhi.i App "[yric oatre .lit. per on. may get a flying license and te.... This course Is followed, he won, nOn in.I, .'0.0..ba blue. an Oh. I .$.. ....... OtiInusiue II.. af U. .. I
I' L.nln
register their Sinne Kt.000mlNO.tl ..
planes motor ; t ....
\ July num-
0 lallon ulltutiiini.ltlan I IlillIlIlt bert in said. to assure the writer of satisfaction Andrew D. Berkey, owner of Is OuUu I, ''.c.h5 : n-nh. ..... *OKM tka emi. Baa of
Washington so In case a SsOn 51 E. oh.,,. n.h to ..h.. 10 ,,. 7.i 4DotRtsCM
If and a tk. aol.,. DmA _ __
i M'f ('II. Spray gun and 111I111I11" lIIIIllllullliuIIlItIuI I plan, 1) lost the finder Can check generate good feel- Sunrise Inn at Port Sewall and Norh..l 41.. 0. .Ion. ohn 14'... I I. 'h. Jinai.ati Oraatl tkmw 4coiios

,j j 75 ft :, hose. AN,>, Uhle fEM! LE H P WANTED I the number with Washington to ingtoward this county. the Key Club In Chicago flew .h.N..h.. .f it....of. ,,4 lsclu OmlIru Rlmnr't Is th._the W.'r.' M f'alon,, Uko Mmtor it..raa of COlIC WANt TOFlCThOUO
mod 'tupe.sprrd h<'aw tlui, lllMlllliOllllilllllllilllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIAMfl' $ find the owner He announced the three 1947 from the Windy City; to Miami C.. W000 Cu No..h.... _.., t.sntu,(l..Ow0000..-... _aolnt... II.chaIn. of 4.r: hj4we
D.It" alms of the Chamber and of ..OIou t, .....hl. ,O ....,..
I drll'pr..8 complete with \\ : ): national returned to ('hiea,. In 1 OlntaS'OOIdSa tkoaoa
., Tpppt' eaperiencedneatt The club meet every Monday R.... Of 1:0.1: h.... raa lao La... 00 C
t '', tip. mfjior. Hurrnanc, Bed "orkma ,hip enentlal night at 7:30: at the Civic Center ly. First, It i) seeking and help. 7 hours and 43 minute last IOu anaOemt. ..nne .f ru.8HU.Dta Si no., Ktata Nortkrrlf R:C aloa Na. tt 4tk.nod naur tka oatoaoloa Ilaa af 1541 climile slit. iS' coddO5.ASj

P1 ('0., t*. A.Jorler. for ,lislract ttrnpany at once' Model plane! classes ing gain Improvement in the frlday. > I 'oon,01l...... ',..It Eo 5 'Il. "ctu.iu.. auaOi: ,' Uioronl. oklrk. ,ikn... aa ColaradoAimm .
I are beingcon.ldered to Ih. .u..... .
July $4jr31, Au,. 7. Abstract and mie national school system Second, "On be way down" I ht wroteIn Co...... .f ...., 'tt'ttnt5A0ts.u4.. too '
!. .Insurance as a future project I It t. n..hh.... ...,.I .... Th.. .111.._..... ...... ._....d._ ......_ hl_ !Iou.h. R.... R.d.Si.T.nnheal."__ _._ aolat_ .._ whir., ... .V_5T.. .. hoIoo:!...._ ... '. '! : 5r51Cm. :
-- n. ... --' ---
I '' n'
f i"' FOR 5A141al:: i tounii 1 la: .iX; hi..",' u. J' 1 money .reade, slum-u 1 ----------- t taxation ;; .;'pt"Th: d. it "I Is 1:41 hours and tbe return'P a.tlu Not' IoI It.or i ,.010.i Owed; '. SO Corner 5.uII.;of. ......"...","h._ o>..n.Norta.rl". Coo.t sOme. ;. 'oa :STYLI;,Ii POOP

Phone lop 1I fla..l_ : _ __ ASSEMBLED NEW SKATING RINK I sponsoring legislation to find. 3:57. Average" peed south .h.R...... dl.,1:.... lone n. Plout> ,. Coait.ntf R>,.lint.. loAho of"tko polal rlorlda. or. ploei COn. osd.n.kI oelIIlne.500Saime :::

,P; FARMiN1t--IU B<'sl. \\r\ of fri IK IP WANTEDcshler: : : local Charles Beyers TODAY skating I' out why this nation Is so affected bound was 34J miles an hour! Ttnhlp.tI.U 8>i, '...a.01..Onetlem. U Loll It, 0 f WtlantiufRUINCf... I> .In .'_. 'i.tI'Ot I. Coo"eOn". PotOO'if I"

I I I 7 lndivijtial; | Iruds. of 18; resident apply I trrlc Theatre shipped last week from Alabama rink- by Communism and exactly return averaged. 303 mile th.Cesmots._ moo 1'1.'.c,, to LI'em'n.klpal tha ao.th.... NO. 4 tOo '.ot. tomhed. 0mlosdMIltObondi :: u.t4ornaus. : =

In person noLphone calls.I what the movement an hour At one tIqup, we did Oooth, Ro... .
i t acres each JLolal us
ihe Bnllnnl
In Oh's
acres i -waJ divided inn at i 'Ii
and a on tko
half the ... Wo.1
July !ICoin I reach a speed, both a. to .h. ... :
-1- now status Is now. north and ito, AO'mmaniumo .mm of ho ... Grl. Rlnr' ...kon 0a. II ": 4 t nird 00.100.,
ails IndUnluwn distrlrt I.
I I equipment temporarily lost in ----------- southbound of 401 mIle per 41 Lot> T..h'h..... .I Boulh., n-ne. tk. Nonlfrlr II.. Pi J. .o. A>out > 0. T. a.ila. L
i CUiplile walrr Contra I ILL WIND THAI transit No '0 It tIn la rM .llra. I P0001.00 0tMJoiclO.
However he
received aitoadW .ad
a hour We flew Nort..ot ..
at .
JAYCEES ENTERTAIN a heIght of e. .1 .tI.. no. ,
0 -nn II. s. Frost hazard at I tonnhtp I' .. (liitlnl Wa lat k.r SLu
: BLOWS NO GOOD telegram late yetserday from the tl 000 feet. Sc U ,..,
I had
TWO STATE OFFICERS breakfast inChlraga 'h.... ,.. .. .. .. .. -
'i minimum llthlypr.idiu'ttye. trucking company that the E. ... ., ,.. = I : .::: AOVEaTISEMINT...:.
lunch la Miami A110.l. .
and n-no. non em. lIonh. -..... ....... ...
I td' ( Possible |J pay out in one sea.: plaints about extended i strayed parts would arrive last W. R. -Bill" Rolllston, State dinner In Chicago and then "Ic 010.. tho .0 010... ci tho hio.If U 1"d .kwa.. No.05. moon ,7Y'UATIOO ,01 piouo
t I Prld president of the Junior Chamber osMni of Oh. A itt e>eo.. 0. tO., ... ... Itkoaoo COTICS 0 .
ann jOO rains
A t | 00 per am'- during the pa* 30 dayk night and. work of assembling went to the 7alc-tirailano fightIn 1I..11t ... of I nOte 4k. ooaur HIM
Easy Ter.s.[ Act Non had ut least I the rink of Commerce and general man r.. W..I' t. t. 'Ou1: :: V. .. Ot..e' Na. '1 la a .Mat. ... 1 '
i | js Of to one happy ,Idel1l1ht. was to begin today the evening. Whil. In MiamiI tints Ii.. e0.05 .. J. tat..ta. ta OM_ 'ltOTK"rl ,... :.. :;_ ...

I "bee l 1M pi iiitlng time. \\'rile>, A Stuart department store ccIortel The new recreation venture ager of Martneland Studios near saw Mayor Phil Pence and Poot ....H..h of I en......d.An.e.n.. I. It.. af wfit I to.... ..._ I. ARC a. auCSiintmloe

.J j Wire, or r' II ne-Ml Mil RUT r : : t that a large stock of rub- will be in operation at the Inter- St. Augustine. and Royce Powell L lIIaJ. Bert Kmerer wh. flew ...... ml. rain tho a.,.. Ie-L...., raa Koad WoltrnW.la .BU Doe.1...Tpraat.ww : 110. ._ h :l';: :r..
: R'' emMa llao
I. 1 I IMHSTWUS: IN Owner,;I-, be r boots, which I the store own- I section of U 8. 1 and the In- State executive secretary wen down from, Stuart ''n their 000 oeh)toriOurI1 II w.J.rr.. ........alma..... of wkoro.. Sold .Safrao l Road) fa a olat ...... .. ...............

llialeahrnIda.' Phone S- I i ITS had been worried about. sell- dlantown Rd. as soon as work- guests of the Stuart Jaycee board plane, ..a I. Pm Bow otwoed. .4 o 8taV: Intoraorta Inn aoator II. no.. ot005OSS.
of PSns
Road 0.
X ..... If
1 a. ne mOlt' Ill tkoaoo 10..._, .. ..1.
_. 2119lf ing were gobbled up like hoL'akp.and men can complete erection of of directors for lunch at the UoNarth.Ie( 'jj : n Ieffe.os o1 -A.10adl.SIa h.en :r.So.lkn'kr. aloal lk> .,s Una ". ned ,us.u .0uoum.d .,....

4 FOltSi --- I ( .. we've had to order' the canvas tent and laying of Victory Hotel today Also attend CRASS IS PLANTEDON A... ......d... I ....h..I' ...... M.Rd.f. I...No..,....a\ta\'it.! .a II.(.oral..... Ion 'tom'CoOfic '
p1.,,",, ('''' Jiinure, ing as guests of the hosts no.11' I no Oh. .nst.r .. '
I I the hardwood floor. were F.E.C. PARKWAYEvery II.. < .. 0
: : ; / .1 U 0. H''. '
n 0 lot, '-J. It1 1'1. I : liouu ulIo .r.Vk'iu'on.4, ; r ;.. i. :i..I 'itJii CIIIofoelt
I I City Manager JU B. Eurit and r. in.tthei' ci' c On emSOc h.. ....... ... : 1,50. n-n t tIntS
'I.flto ., aSoutk 5f'II.
: U. .. mime\t! Woof .1 .101
('UKIST1\! \ AUiI" : f rd. rth.m 1)1::Ntl'l IT PLANNED: I ROTARIANS TO HOLD City Commissioner Jack L. Coleman day tW Tt showers the Onown an Hi.hmo,.. 0 I".10..nIna t. .h.Ie a.. af. Eait to F. _... Tee 00 j of 5.o... 0OO00... ...

n. your name oniimiiiiiiM l.i l.1 I Another of the BEACH PICNIC AUG. 6 Under discussion: with [Do''eState City of Stuart ,and the Stuart nnode 0mm, atone Oe.ai,Ih, r...eon. e"'h. ..TOt,.... Ra.hU: fWdoa..| tlMuo U of Mid raau Cmi.nOtsosOt \be ,_" If... I_. 001<.
monthly series I officers the II. .1 .14
5 Stuart Office. U I It I was Stuart Park: Board are cooperating In ... .... Ka>l to tin of sAd'
r ::=u.a1iq w a .tloa .7\
k games parties for the benefit The Stuart Rotary Club will Jaycees plan for traffic control I planting a permanent stand of .. ; hoof ..... So.tk.aat II tko 0.0111 InS

-t ;(iigiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii,Ia "f Stuart Moose Lodge No. 1240 I omit its regular 12:15 meeting on U S 1 near the Roosevelt bitter blue gram In the parkway a.aa mai.c.V: sW' ", la'ounthu. mid. ... .Soetloa....1'.:' tkoaoo It o< 1.1IoM.h .

will be held from S to 11 Brtdge.:11I11I111111111I1111111111111111111111111I111I1. N.eth.lr us en. I. ry. e:.., \ _1 1 _. 500.
m 01-ant .o.e of To.
RENT I p Aug. ( In favor of a beach picnic. along the railroad track, south 1. ne .he _lot R.Uoa II.1.. 'I 'P .. ... -
Ian -Ie
IIilIIllIiiiiIi II iiMiiiiMtiiiiniiiil'irge morrow at the Woman Club: I It was announced at the clubs : of the FEC station The grass hnnsa.ttnl wi Slot. a,, rl, .... -II.4.,1.1.. lowe,, u. Nortk' $ ana1 IkoToanufla 1.0.Dmiis? :::

RE'II..Jr!' = ,'. electric. 2bf'droomf1' Net proceeds will go toward tholodge's meeting yesterday at Chlsllolm'sThe was donated by Edwin. .A. Men- .th.. 101,5.5.nuO. stem, H.,. .I000e.ala U.tq ,I. .a.-I..MTo' ..n Ranr.ikoM. 0n4tm II 0' 1 IS. Sal:

across from APf i. fund to acquire a headquarters group will meet on the West Refresh Yourself: nlnger .,....., ....... ro led th._CII tl., .ci. non !>Joe, ta i ...... oonaW .' 1540 0 "I'd tO I 110=C '

C ; or land upon whichheadquarters 1st St. dock at 1:30 utton wi Stuis R I .. ea 1,000 1 : TV ,.kl.T.a.d 11.1 pitle- PASO uUPr'
: m. and oa. ,
I II p. Ran.ai
could be When Out Our Way hnon au hI,. I., ., ....., '' '. Nortk Milk. BOSon
placed make the trip to the selected SAM CONTINENZA I'. Cite of .".. .._In llonh.I l af 14 af no. 7. Xitr:: Date,0LoO
n e 'ho .... : a.-- :
'f' :: ;
officials I, ,
j Lodge will be in charge picnic site by boat. The crafts -e BUYS JEWEL SHOP unh.Otakn... "I.radAn,. 1h_ 41 .ti 0 '.
FOR f office ur storr 1 _______ non. h.mh..ei ufPlurtdn ,. nn 10 tk. water*,of AOose 'reCmtI
!: will\ be furnished clfflb 50.0 It Allantl. ....... "
by 11,0.0 ml rua'.la
I members SoOn ....
'7 : '
I I YlctorrHntrl F miiiiiiiimiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiii I E4L'SSODNL Bam Contlnenza a Nortk' _...", d c .s alma oo.Ok.to, a NortkCTlr' cal Nortkmitnlr' *. Ad N. 10..... h'- '.
.. Navy ..ui.etls.ci.xt ,. mHo amandkno tko WOn akdaa 'ISIS. oeI. 0 0 5'
$35 the other .
at RENi'1'\. I Russell Wiley chairman qf the from Pasi-a-Orlllt, ha bought Plao w aalal *t a .i... MOOn' of the. Allanl' JOo.. .... the. 50.0 itO J LTICI0 ..l0tllvhDtl II
$ Also frame Obituaries dlaa and SI. Euo ... "I.G l
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I Maalrr Steer excursion committee, urges club I Stua/t Jewel Shop in the Oughterson COUNTY COMMU. : N 1 OIISTDIC110neei ,00tsl .. planb. .....1..1... T .. .,.; i'
t members to SHOF .. ........ 10
) I register with Secretary I building from Vincent Fox o a.- _.,
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I t. Hotel. suitable' Harris Lowery Jr as nl RnIo. ,..t .ftA ft_.. u ..._ 4.... II. ,
I I ., for living quar 1 ALVIN F: WILLFKEI M possible .., the committee can FOUNTll\ DRINKS today that the store will be "II.,,'"". ...c-... N Is... c_to lleal..I.I.t .'1f...' i I I CaOft.5u ICc Ititmed hat1Iii

ten 8541 f* .....nth. bee (art I Ii I Word has just been received determine how to for SANDWICMESV, COFftEINDIANlrOWVl for business open S "oih.t I,. 41,. ..4 ...,..mu thu =, .1 II':::" ta TosmOto
plan .
L. many on a continuous Wmt ...d... H.. dY.n.i. ..
I BefM, I' one 180. If I f '>f (hedeath of AWn F Wlllek that day. FLA. basis. A watchmaker and Jeweler in th. -.. ,..,",i'hta lIt.m' 01 comic oslO' .. ... no. .. .ib..O _..en50.5 of'

\ f,0J" 'I lor 4123 Apple St.. Cincinnati, III liiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiWE he will handle .Coo".....,., tO-oem .w a.. ....,. ih., ass- ".... II I. t5stOS. I. RustS", t.rJIt.d
I'- FOR RENT sanding matdjer. __ '_____. .___ new jewelry ......" II. ol.I4 45 CnuOIl.s.: ... Lou is i
II Ohio, on July 8. Mr. Wllleke, for -- and make new Jewelry to order ia oh.. ...,.....,. I "R'f O.uhtsn(10omO 110. nosthemoo e4ooe of _... IC.
chin an Kefinlshl I Ij many years a Jensen Beach vis- na TamoOte' ou hoIIj ..... n 'rn..h. ,I. II sob,, ..... 40 Cmi,1 I '
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your lIon at reaaonable rates., LEQAL ADVERTISEMENT en CNji, 10' the. oclW. u..tu On .1 l Ma 51. -
i itor and a property owner there, DO OUR )tor..u. eo.... wi t. T.,.. lito. Hthnne' III SOt, IO.am ... I I Ills,' .J.m0iW moo
Phone 10 Stuart Hardware'r J !' had Just returned, to hi) home OWN ; iirci or lNTrNlOM to ,cotrrga ahInlaOnohkoe,5n.. %'ttOhcoc. Oonth..alon. 00.. .Osc II.. of ..... I I .,.,r,4i4 L.O O.n1l1. an"tm i
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: In Cincinnati from Columbus, Oatc SOelile I, l.whe, mInus NAma 0500 ISo a,. ." II.. to tOo. petOo. f ,, .. 01 In.SD ins Oh. i........ t SheIk. It.. .ot : ..
;, 'iiiiipuiiiiiiiiii iIIJllIlIllIllllltIlllIllll i I 11 I If" Ohio where he had been hospitalized iR4oaiiq dmle..4 .nd.e.Sc ,'eehlnox ,1 chap.r:410z 11..1.. eei ;=: OmO Ohu, ), .M.\\:': \ :, TOirot

f" \ LOST & several .. Art. uf II'UaTlltl lgeetvin 11n.. Ilenni to bhO ,
fOUND ( \ nines
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apott.d.b female. and two daughters. tic o.a o I mr* for f... ? ::-'iZ atone Ohaiwso '
fIe dol ; wort, hi Tko ttaart M.ao k poet nit to, .t'i:.::.

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to th name Sail,. Ron( Turpentine' many important Ia.Ioe n.I& .on sf bu.l.... In .h.A lemnt.d5 a .nstOtod amd Diw010p *1,. NusOt. baLth.G

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3 len Beart'July There are fmir national forrtti JEWELRY ncn watt'WAISMAW I
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17, ...a. 1 I in Florida. AifjtorArcai* Stuart FU. ., OP COUNT1't)1I11111810NOI) $ rOI0 ,
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