The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1946
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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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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1Ise treed::" Pu'u Voice of An American Community Dedicated- to the American Way of Life Complete Local News Connie

I ( ( No 10 TIlE STURT NEWS STt'.*RT, :Martin County FI.oRm.TIH'I'SI.U'. JUNE C. 1946 PRICE:: TEN: CENTS .

Medical Board In DENNIS HUDSON The 194S Graduating Class of Martin County High Schocl is Shown on the Rostrumof 'I

I pital IS BOLES GRADUATE SCHOOL BOARD the Methodist Church Following an Impressive Baccalaureate Service- FILMS CONCERT

Clean Up County Do"C:: H .d3m eld I -I-I r ,
rning to '.':1 .Wj< .'. ,'. ; :rom Bo 1 e< ADDS TEACHESTO p I+ t Iri'r' ti SPEEDAIDFOR C

&: .. M<) '.chin!

Threat of Polio f.- -..:- _" .,: the om-
Avert .

y _. E -_ z...... .:._ .
rtla I l.un' Hncpiul Medical Board today call'd .a earn .:. i -
10 adopt sanitary: rule, (clean.. and ban 1
nuin Canvass Is
..Mir" In.'eased Enrollment of 90 House to House
guard af air t polio. Here rt the sxklMm
,It 1'im> .urn Necessitates Additionof Planned for Wednesday -
.i 1 iti board: June 19
J m I .
Three Teachers

; I.' : .i, C'nuty: EmrgtiK"'

iha .'.pan'
,'" a' fH'I'onMelitts' or infantile paralysis in Mar t r \i..d.; ) .' >,rk:ng throi-l:
idnl has :
ount appointedadditional
not, ''iti"Mans are- on the alrrt and hare pUnnr } R "; (', ,', with a goal! : 'a
nIl! teachers on the .
'wor ..in he I instant a ease denlol"Th.. fl, b ; ':.' (,.l: l ,cod to bt shitt ;'
1.no I chool staff for next year .
When and if poliomyelitis develops among .oeau I1.' erOr .t r Ju T.( 22. 111110.-: ,
y :"..., which .
I' i (inn ,nail (o our own ignorance .r nnmiUinciw-u |. i > year's .. : ,'. 'CoIrbutiona: ..:' '

lift* ,'w"'4I'4I holes f personal hygiene and sanitation ed an Increase of 90 pup Is .'_ ,...c. a senM < : :::" '
Mtatei the addition others
ninui .",II bud eem urk. etpeciallT if there be weak :.a, been art.;.d':'
,} ihi 'art "I 'm- pains in the bark and leg a.Mt al.4. '. .' according to state retreats .:. .\: .:,.001 respoas
: and the teaching
irkpli' Sour doctor lint thrn .hilr row wait lot r .: ...n;, made o\f.' -
IMlld :: i built according to .
'nu 1I itth an in c lidd.. i..talelb.- child a.iI1 being .. .'. ,;.-i..t i countrtt t ...
? moat< rigid stipulations ofSouthern
"nnr. ?,i<" 'n And keep the rhild in bed and ..KM a* c cf < '.' :.: Stuart high Accrediting assort -
I inn 'h 000I" -nian arnfes.preen f ; Fnaai Jam .4
ih ,ipondirg epidemic. hich seems lo be spread 4 ; '" ..d.' 'Jf food a' ;;.'

I tit ia< "" 'tern reported in Miami alone. the fH....ucunin i W"expect to have one of the .. ,'. pr.ce
', mil II. should be iwlf-enforred by every bail I.' t faculties in the state; hrJ L :.. .a. pick-up d-t, .
.., with eight men on th .
jo (CuntIpgfrtasl x ''': : ,,:.' :.i has bed :.
.1 "i tpapers ,before placing in garbage raiu. : : ur.i .chool staff here and flv \ ..s( J .:.e 17: an.' ." .

kit .il. Urn i n' car baCt can or spray ran in and OB! with :_ .. t. others with Masters degrees" ,1 :. ." as; : Will be C".J.- .. .l'

Doiiblr th. urbane collection lemporarilr, CtCBi: OTHER ;...-.. Charles Kindred who U gels .t'cii.e'd i ,,; June 1*. -. -

I.a there Ih... di not pay for garbage eollectwn should be :::... .. ... :t.:, his Mat Maryvllle colleg c' i t; roc: uc'ted by !.* ;::. v, :.'

,t rd .10 but' h -ii garbage datlv, The police force .....Id >Ii._ .. .' .. ;-" tr-..* summer was appointed nos beti set for 8 p TJure .. .

premier. mi adtise methods of disposal. It" difficnllttihn .:.';: .' .:' :. Jtf\ c''>Kich John C. Gray, a graduatef / 20 at ta J'< :. :

,oho ,. i lamih: in Stuart which cannot afford the :, :7.-' *' J .L.l"h tae, State University of Iowawhere Shown above with the 'Ia\s bponser. Mrs. K. A, ;\Iulhaupl, and pau: -. j.llkJan; n..ITI ;and Tom- urcli at which t t.: ., *-. .

liter ,m.,,HI f<-< for collecting garbage Collect fallen tt't"C':;: by the he also received his MS mie Smith, art ghe following members of the senior class: 1'pl\1J; I wilt manlo. 1,1' k 1o.ttess. offenn will br&k< ;; ; '

'nu mo ch.\H, n hat ohirh is derated Especially: dt ;.cbooo L L.', ;- : :,tai: ; i physcali l Till teach 'c1c nc-*. During the 1 \' lltinla'cine urg'n.llhlrtd: Fay {Clonta Alice Lorraine. (',anl'. hahrlll''rrna (.al1\"I?. chase food.

il' ill*i ,"IL," Broken (roniil _ith meat eipwedkr ru.Il.r..a; .e< :' $ Qualified for war he has been a teacher In : l'h"ma. Iobf'rl Ilelhcr Jr., Marion l.a\'lna llamas italic I.IIlh. lIur-l. Shiliry ;Margaret )Ir&llIr Large receptacles!> r..o t ._./ .
the Air forces at Burlington ,
Mimed the NITT c'-.s naming pro- {' Itillie :\I.teionls.: Betty Jean I'arkrrlfrt'! 1',111'1'11. jr.. ;\Ian Lou 1f'I,111Irlie: placed in all g-occn :

fatal I ,"I *> .'n aid regarding the dnrtping of dead ;ram B ."t'h-- had mad IaJames ('ull"',' Itol\rll. Jeannette Winifred Rudd Doris G ladyce Simmoll". I Norte. I arson !'mith. Willl.llnndi throughout theC'our.- ::. 1- .

.m. and'a' .. rliis in the wood surrounding Salem. and app":lea:;oc: :) :.... entrance at R. Huffman will have .\ Smith III, Vary: Jo Taylor. James A. Tuck 1'1, Peggy Jo( l'Imrl". 'allrr Ice Bella llas Dee most desired: arc ca;.. : .n.-; .: .

Shoulr !jnrtrniK ofpolirmtelitis descend upon Salem.TI :h. tut'y .: Florida beforehe charge of the commercial department White \\')'Iene'hil', ladualts nol shown art Jilllrtd \'irrir.la SlllIrr. \nnrlll" Samples Oahu cocoa baby food :T.apras : '' C

the ,mi ihulinx' tanse. flics, ran be laid directly to sash : totejne:. PfOIl'aID.-a.s transferring here from camr from Warner Robins Ga.? to be present at commencement i. F',ihcit Leon llamrick (who and beans

in habit'I.' matter how' well burned and eradicated offend: Vero Bach high school. Mr. tame home from Stetson' Iniversity to receive h If diploma). J.anlklH': Harrell and Dan \\ ilsun Despite an"t.hJnl.u: .

I it t .umll' ac. the flies bred beta* the eipote and Btsdr: 'C.1OWUI' re- Huffman! \ a native of Texas :MU lure in the Armed Forces Edward Joh nson \\' llla"". who (.10"; killed during! ( Inislnias have heard to the c r j: :;:: '

pllli: it ,o, u. and will transmit poI CM'll-rlil" .. .Ihrr NcI c rev: h-. (b e:. a member bat received his bachelor of art holidays, Is also listed uith the graduates and his diploma was alien to Ins parents aid Kennth: Urrmell rthan.

n thr .u/A.t, a bud .ith the disease Ue bare been of t-e "i .:::T..'.. term and the- ut education at the Universityof ---.----- canned food aa.. .

tontti ihu, .o'. not hating among at of Martin Cantyuv K.1':: _:f c. ., Florida His teaching exper- imiiiiiimiiiiimiimiiMiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiSULHSIItRS more than money We etc :?.

i' ,i i"..ni<.rliiis. The ret of Florida etperiall to ic.ic includes several- years atHoUira"t' ESSAY PRIZES! PLAN CLEAN-UP Loused J to step up '...' .'1'. .
academy at I TO) I'LU : data to June 22 h' '
;bo i 'p' rieming/ the most serer epidemic in his Military n ?;
where he BOYNTON; Br:',Mil the C
DAN MC GARTY Chatam Va. was pro- avoiding marttne; .1
I hi continued nest weeklME.UICIL .y-.>or) of military 1 and head of AWARDED AT TllrRL: J>IM>.\\' OF CABBAGE AT "".tic the people <,1 '.:.. '

'he commercial department and A blight ('hangeill sdicdiili I county. are again n.;::'c j '".

"'U.\LIJ: : BlItRU GIVES ADDRESSTO venal years: at the Albany. Ga for Stuarts Sailfishes Nine do our part to reli ie tit<

':,'>:n school as commercial head has been announced by John JENSEN BEACH ship of people we ha\ .
;>: MITIcuivn
:Mann baseball The
Don J. Romanella was reap- manager seen in these war-torr co-._::
GRADUATES ailed as English teacher and I Sailfish, only undefeated team lot only in :v<> cause c1 l KItj "" .

E: UF MARTIN COUwTYJ iljrr) f:. Webb was named as I In the conference, will play but also I to hnpl'elll1.H=. ...
Winners ,; Beach Business M'n's
Vocational Con
of the Boynton Reach league cu&en
I i to t lie a civilized and educated .''>m- :assistant: : supervising prIncIpal. Wed- Association th real melting of ikoMM.We .;'s.-.
Entertained instead of Clewiston
test I there Sunday .
Miss Dot Tucker a Florida in the Cmted hate- ....
Impressive High School State College graduate who has nesday by Club I as originally fcheduli l Will Act i never seen a famine It .' .._.
,," -d to knou the rudiments of .an;- Commencement Cere- thPalcke I The game Is called for 3 p. m fc- us to conceive- of J. .
intern work at -
I 00,111.1,1 children each of us wall taught monies Conducted at cot :pleted Winners of the annual voca Local I fans may witness this Setting the pace for a gen b*.na a living hell wltic.: .'
) high school will be the
I'] d l ll-ea, I rule by the Stuart Rotary club weie tug Sunday when the Boynton COLIIU: Jensen Beach BusJneuIcn'b
:' (fern Martin( courts girls. Her home la at Canal pictures of children with: hob
Cti Dan McCar'T dstt: :.iuish-: I entertained at Wednesday bens far Absocia:ion last Monday
nil) to Stuart a
I \\ 1lI ikf) ale. CondiJion exist fIG ..pLtn Pt .nt. I cheeks unken eves and bleak
.. a.. well advertise ourselves: a> a ed ;po.itci; and cine leader;. of luncheon me ting of the club return engagement night ippro\':d a survey preliminan tomach and can be' thankful
Fort Pi:rcc. addressed! 30 jradjtw ; I at which each of the 12 wInners to some system of gar-
1I' 'Jll u -unless Ae do something about ttVm f.\UR\O: GETS: lll'lllllllllllltlllllllMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIII! I that God ha. been ClOd to ....
of tbe Martin' Count Eiihfcboai I received a cash prize of one dollar ba'e collection and disposition W.
NEW PRI\CIP\L can:ot relume this l'iilUl'-
at an 1II1Pl'f8om- )n the resort community.
j : .- I contri uunjr to this general CODnJl'IIIJo nor willBAND ".e"
tae-ttemec: ceremony in the M-is Carol)\Vltters and Miss t H: A. Mcnnln ei chairman of STUART NINE All residents of Jensen Beacha
1 .
: i garbage other"ate where it -----
P1' g! tun abet Friday night He was Do Et Craig will teach at Sa- II the vocational committee who requested to attend a STUDENTS TO

int-oitaeed fry Circuit Judre v IU:10. Mrs. H. A. Kindred who has supoivls the! yearly purchase -1).cnl eeting- at 8 clock ATTEND:
,il Ill,K that nine of the individual COCo C (r. ha ben principal there for of books for the vocational ONLY UNBEATEN _:indarrt time'' next Mon- MUSIC SCHOOLIN

1n 1 1I 1Ili 1c '.j-ht to the lealth angle--but now i* Bat* a pfaa. for your tit:,.- m. ny years has retired after i sh'lf of the library introduced day nigh:. June 10. under was TALLAHASSEE

., ,. md now i 1:1 .the time to correct these the speaker stressed in poirt- U yean of teaching althoughhe the honor guests. He! also pic- j 1.ccs of the Business :Metis E- i"en local band ..tude ti
I I' i d i\ there roi luion*-not wait until weIH. do not TEAM IN LEAGUELocal
h tnt out that a busices career : teenage positions ;ented the school superintendent Addition to decide upon have lentatiirh planned to at-
('. is :XUT one phase of Urtnz and count towards her state require- Rosco Rollins and the ]plans for garbage disposal and trnd a summer music school ttt

r. I ndred: of n- outdoor privies Ut-t hocettfe sp: itual U:e ;and in nt pension She U officially I pilnclpal J. Harry P. Thomas Trounce adoption' u sanitary regulations <>nmer at Florida State CXOJ ,

.Irt its, fim-on*. and in other Martin( mrtaoon mast all be mc.udedic : credited with 29 years and Is the who( conducted the contest In Sailfishers to conform with State from July 29 to Aug M IPious .
Mormon Field- 8.1 ]r'
I' There are 1 lundredsof home in Mar the veU-nwidcd pian for second local teacher to reach thi< school and were responsible Here SundayThe Board of Health Requirements \. years the young mu&.,

I 1 ''I1't i: t even< use" a covered garbage can. l-.tur Unnc.7J the pension requirements for 385 essays on "My Future fcninn Hell er. A. A. Hcndr have combined a summer -

hw, I u.! civilized! condition which threaten >e elasc to white cap( ardrtts. :lorn ITIa Cleger was the first Vocation being submitted by local Stuart SallfiMieis! I and R. B Spinney were appointed Uon trip with musical teat

J." ir (entire coi Tnunitj are suffered in air filed onto th* platform in Martin county to retire under 1 students of the Junior and senior Is now the only unbeaten member of a commit:ec to at a music school in Bm .

d A bat' at the school ptojtd the proces- the state p-aslon law. high schools I team In the South Florida Coast- 1 mi.ke the ur\>'. N. C.. but a proposition at .

h Kith authont in Martin count}. There sjcoal The Rr Phil Mai*:U hiss: Witters has degrees from 'I Mr. nnlnger explained that i O.ades Semi-Pro league breaking The State Health Department state capital: this year has l. '

?:* ,mt-nt underway to stamp out plague cktint'd the Inrocat-on a:id Brigham Young university : tM purpose of the contest was \ a deadlock tie for first place t, 1\1:1 l:1 be contacted for suggestions; accepted b>' the group

'""r' ; lin arc ram] ant. Walter U Wens das preside nt :U -higan State Teach:rs college to Induce the students to read I w'th' Lake WorthI Plana now' are to collect the Thou planning 'o coon .

h I "N .' i .md. it ions arc a disgrace the City of numb:n m:n given by the IFS ari postgraduate: work at Central the vocational books as refer-" I The Sailfishers trounced th': ; taibage at some central poin. their music studies in vacatk
IOu gas" the veicom speech Vocal Teachers College at Mt, ence for essay material Although I Morrison Field boys here Sun- are: Dorothy Clonts.
fll'tin 1 county-and it in: high time that and burn it or to mak an ar- Emily
than 200 books
I he u CIr lIU'U rll'3sant.ollch.:\ Miss: Craig hasd mOle I jdty. 8-1 being rained out In nrnt for bu the risen Janice Arbotact Pauj.
I remedy them. ra luo : mug material -
.Tees from Florida State Col- ((iiiittntttil( till fiogc' :: Six) I I
tie sixth inning The Ramblers Sullltanannc' \\elU Marcia
00 whose full (il\ FX al! Stuart incinerator
Ili I m and county health officer HONOR: and '
h)' 'I' .rote and Southern college from! Palm Beach county took \fcPh:rv! >n and! Ben FuJton
.Id t under
Iliro*nt' 11., .hould lotto keep l 1.1. instructed the city to and seek count to rcmedrU The DUt honor award .m -o-nmer work at the Universityof HEALTH AGENT their setback from CleuMon in Others; may rcc.stcr btfothe

ndl| I should annually I bf eM Fort Pierce Florida I' b 4 to I defeat which game aiM REGISTRATIONTOMORROW cpening daU
t t b\' cooperative 8ujrpetion.!' but
ed rbapter was presented by Mrs ended in the sixth Inning because -
V.I'i! 'the where eo1 -
to track down no
'ice 1. power J. R Horton to Peggy Jo Cider JOHN E. TALYOR IS MEETING SET of rainThreatening. THE TIDES
nhLominjr A immunity' nell-beme *u"IK -
1et. '. 'dividual' K convenience Farolrr awards were printed NAMED ON BOARD TO I clouds failed to FOR

{t .... to Walter L Weils. eUss pl'f' l- dampen the spirits of local fans
i] health, matters under the authority I
11.' 1)' th' State Health are atero Dcach. rent to Jeannef.e Rudd for HERE FRIDAY who turned out Sunday to wit- fish .,,, '. r.. ., I..w
11to Department : teoourshtp: Virginia Borgess. the visit of the Moi- ,,,. ,, .
Ira'. John E. Taylor Stuart realtor floss repeat EHBLE SCHOOLSUr.1m "IF : ;' h.r isY.r
''iie|('staffed. It till: investigate complaints Tom I ''' '' ,,.,. r
a ls ","l, the literary achierement and today received word from I __ rIson team Excitement ran high .....01.. 1',.,". .id I -, ar" t
i manpower to hit the high: ttpoL'n Heller for atfil'tin. from the start'when Stuart b:- run h..h ." huu.. ra ..oo
e; ""<'UlXt clean-up will have to be done by Governor Millard Caldwell of I Dr. M. W Meyer Expectedat ,lur ,Inn. .
ho'nhgee" I IICION )1ElBRSolllrsCJ'L" : his appointment as Martin Joint CityCounty Rail; chalking up runs in clust- School To Be Conducted ComlII..' ."-rats H.i., (W..... O.l.k'Ia. M- .1 I '

I ers if Number of A r... .
CTUt-\ Session A.M.
; i colored town do .. tJr"
proportion of the houses in county commissioner! on the Field allowed t'ri. 2 tot e". .=W J
} Morrison was
r Karhj'm! ian .-and can-t | them. because locale I Applicants Warrant r;: aas .as sat
10a .. buy T. J. F Kennedy on behalf Central Florida Regional Housing Dr. M. W. Meyer. director of only three hits by the combined Courses I %nr. S : / I..a iu.i ,
would, ,.
mt ram. ,
A Ie
and alert health agency of the I.S at aS 111To.r. ; \
t4 1 arc, cf Harold Johns Post Authority The federally the Southeastern Florida Health hurling of Griffin and Graham. I II < ;
,1"upply| of garbage cans-posjbly. a* Armyurplu American Lfjaon. presented Beach, Is expected Stuart pitchers. Meanwhile" retaliation; of Vacation Bible I wed I: art: nl :H. \' '
District Vero
aft; --- nJ| rush: them he-reo Unreened. pn\e-IJ !..> the- sponsored IT-county commission Ta.r.. I.5 1 Ii, ;:; y
paxl-op here tomorrow at a Joint sessionof .Stuart Jumped on the offerlng.of School pupils al :he Baptist 1
{II ol edinjf and the spread of diM-af graduates: who had return:dfraca promotes rural housing. city and county officials at the Morrison moundsmen for 1 ,'hurch1'111 begin at 9 a. m tomorrow .

thOr tht advertNinjr by' the Chamber of Commerce." strrice and coc3pie.ed their the court house at 2 p m. Fri. 10 blngl's as they scored a trio I with a special award THE WEATHER \

a itl\'IC' work by the Jajcees Rotary and Kiwanis, fcKh school coones. Present to SUMMER 1I0l.RSroR day to 'discuss sanitation meas of runs In the second and fifth i for every boy or girl, from 4 to P.h.I .0' .
n +"".w h.
)' Lithe natural beaity of our area i is just a ,: [(acre the award were Walter RED CROSS ures for Martin county fiames and added two In the I18 years who registers Friday Juan M.. 0. I, .a.e. 'ua.,. ,"... J,
long tolerated. Wilhim c''N Hill a- "
Del. as these conditions are L Wdlc. Jack Bosxess and Numerous complaints have sixth. which Is Prcparat'on! Day" T_..._ __...

fro nd.e south! on the old Dixie through Stuart. Slop at Smith. Dan UcCture and Martin County Chapter American been received of continued offenses Both teams committccd two The school is undenominational .. U 104.._,, > "" _' ..

t at rail crossing through colored town-and take .Joa Barren sow in the service Red Cross-will be closed: against the sanitary regu miscues afieldMarrUon I Clares will begin&; at Mo, alq .- ;i "....

I00id the tumble-down bu.lding. roof caved in. ma- wfao were fradnated In ateente all day Saturday during the lations in this section, and it Is 010 000-1 3 2 0 a. m Monday and continue J.r. r I :; -Jun '

"ln I _Jut across the tracks. No Hollywood ; were also jiTen Lesion mem- rrjnths of June, July and Au- expected that either a local Stuart 030 032-a 10 2 J through June 21. Special handicraft June J"h' 4UM S .. ,. '

soueith Id epicter I looking for an example of squalor and rshipc. ,cst. The Executive Secretary health committee will be formedor Paplannl, Jones and Raabe; arts music woodwork and J.... a 1s q T", .

find a better rats nest This u not the only The names of the graduates can b: reached at any time by steps- taken to appoint a OJffln, Graham and RlcouFntTlLIZER Elble courses will b* offered Muss.RAI\FALL l'I' rvcBCs, 1 r

adh ;L.Such derelicts shojld be razed and the sitesoffJf axe glared ender the group pic- calling 3-W-u she U on 24hcur health officer for Martin county, I' along with a program of summer J. a 1.2't i iTOTAL I s

h ike, not for esthetic reason then at least for raze ia today Sews.Tbe call. Robert L. Quick district sanitary FIGl'RES recreation The school has II i !t I IA

e 1 wake :' common boose move is a 'theof ce wlU be open from engineer from the Vero Martin county used 7 tons of I been an annual event for many N..I' .1.N inst.nl.IJ, ,-... 1 ,

th'gitf e up and clean up in Martin county notConditions KSJttre of Europe: or central 9 I A. U. to 4:30: P. M Monday Beach office was here Tuesdayon fertilizer materials and 64 tons I, years during which time theConthu 'I t orto4 awn ta Mv lm.-., ._. i

to ; we hue tolerated bring on tragedy I A ice.d through Friday I an Inspection of the area, lof mixed fertilizer \In April i ( //c'd on page Six) I 15.5.4...... -itli.... ,..nice... .5.a tar tfcg tttnm t a aI !

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:,1 ." I. .. .. a u'I .: rnlan E-X- fanifrrmii, ,: them into blue pair shops for Its dredging equipment I Ida InduitrmElortr "I I J
: St. Lucie Canal Played Vital Role In War of the Payments of unemploymentompensalton "
I ; ::'. .:-"C,CKe< of hea\'Y boon beet c1 clared by con 11: the fresh water in Martin County

) I, \. iitiCm nuu'iini and national packers Pt Lode anal 9 miles *. -t of (' the weekending May 25, 1

, Minesweepers, Landing Barges Used Canal i ut f the romantic episode I to be 24 choice! as any which Etuart-ancl only the other day during amounting to a total of $7350, sevCl1hIllH'are 'tit i '

... __ i'" I'1. M 1' :ndu trlal picture irf the II em came from Kansas City or !I I Robert Y Patterson an official werc made to 5 persons 4 men

,, a I I."G, '"to ". "I, "H">,,ERMSI,,.,... ..,ION'h'' *,,,'t. ph'A' "I "' .".... .1 .,,,,,,, I: mot i I hI'i This seal, ''i< did ai>- Evi>:,a
1 'h. .."... ,,, ., 'PI't., .. .. Lhl : ." 11 .1 uu'UK', lint 1I1P Iend: of I blade <>{ IIr...-* rom India to : Lemon ar,,". with la byproduct l to the federal government I ----=- -- -

4.SJ6:! ball ol ._Ul.1I1''a.( .> ptodm he fonni-r aaw gram rettons of :I of cattle fattening. U here 'I that the huge basin of Lake If
iartUd: i miri ". 11' "it"td i iI i I th'' li"I'1I1'.d'i' Flllt loikrdt I Ilorida One of the I bases cf commodity 700
longer Unit
1 'eri In one day Th'slilaI'' I U stay. no a |Okeechobeemore than Four Apartment
St, !
\1'ollrl 1lr IT 'Inuit'ptrclcee.it,0" i< on
during t tI H : | and
p'rrumps.lef'nWd *ou I:which might be cut off by war. be' i
I IK'u' <"ani l, (lj"l'mill'" ;\\eeinM" -',"dlll"I." !! ... landing I hou-( 1 is the Inid'nl tiC the nation c tral ,lem'si flavoring' .U lepton< i't W:st Indies run distillers have 'I square miles of fr-sh water I

iniiK'K and a*'ault nan" -h uttld .,,' i'iK' to und from and If governmental curbs I lIa0:1! : form'rh' produced tn'' had an eye' of recent years on [I used for marine ",,et storage I : i Completely Furnished

l.mtic and Cult( of Mi: sn:" '" "I"'''lit I .w',. ii I I .1 t t''' \\ hkh *'a< At-I: were removed It Ix rtlimatedthnl India"bt'n Ut Pacific ,.r''I the Everglades!: With its abundance j I :Naval vessels, he pointed out, II Electrically and Ca Equipped

land Id years an" P.inni tunUl '5cl.I, ) .v t"i iirfiwpoit, for th' Olades could supply afl'' up*-: that trade channel V S. of cane land, dependable i could be stored In the lake 1I'Ih.danlt'r : :
I V, "nub]' /10''< Cl 1 st I'jn-, "I; bn: KH.in,IK 'IK u trial scene needed Florida and' i Ii
th with
ijEKiOrret later
l lI sugar by Sugar experimented labor. fresh water and of wood boring
p with M, ,tein (,-I 1 I 't" m .t torv of Couth out
):\I' t'.It p-lurtc\ t'-t' H $9,000II"
considerable of Ctewls-
a \ pan of :lemon grass at transport and cloc?nesi to theO -
,-h.lI1nd111) '11 I i. I barnacles or bottom.crapng
I Inland < mppn colorful, nation annual need. I ton built mechanical htnrcUr > 8 market : worms
101' dal'Cr"US\ i miles ojl :Ill .e : ha, been and Ix t' ,
I V 8 Sugar < and stills and supplied cneMth The Ctat of Florida at present -
:.. 'id r'urlda'! t a Urn!> \\t. i .Lsl ijjiblc" and quick pro- i both for pltasur -
J f.a :""iti arms > I ;, :, th leading( factor in the of the domestic dtmand is aiding I In a large project Boat building II"" Us Today
!hen Cat .,Ib.- Cl ii' >': Vim I! tt ii ni 11*."linn |losses, ,but, vlopment: of a stable d"J Americans 8,1't row lemon to determine the commercial .. and commercial craft appears

fid! ht J1\ '11. '('IIeFer'cl : ., ,.' '!-lomum| l I. now on this route One of its most 'craas' as cheaply a. can hHSancooliesbut : production of ramie the "wontfet to be one of the overlooked j DEHON &
; : ".1" 1 1 1 I' \>.".jto a penrtan-, I so far In theft THEODORE S0\!\
vital piojecu I Is a plant for the American: Induatrtalingenuity fibre a> a staple in the opportunities :
Snot'! F',,,, clj s 148 I .mill. .I'I 'coal and Industrial ) extraction! of starch from sweet I( found b-products Otade I [sh water section of the route REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE

< .lell .'i 1" empire ma: 'I' t mI ,1I potatoes In conn"t'tlon'Ih: which spelled :he difference be- There are lealons of Industrial Markets for 1 i'ort craft arc''' 'I

r: t I ]pnr.j I 1C UV. tilI I .' i:.1 inut boo far dig-I tillpioject. :he firm owns ;Cw'"en profit arid l ,n'. Th lemon opportunities' alone the route nearby Plants would be protected I DEMON BLDG. PHONF d!

: c,,:, ,.I: :ill'I.' Ilill I ".' C Ci.i i South Florida will Kveial I thousand acre' of sand grass waste .t.xC: i-h blackstrap of the 'xatonav: The Arundel from storm Hentim' STUART, FLORIDA

( g..t.cp> 1 '" Fort :MVK I i 1:1: d.it ion I rmly! root- land along( :he canal ideally) mola--e<- ...:cl out: fed 10'' Corporation of Baltimore maintains ber Is\ available for commercial; b_ ___ __ -- _

;p.ar. ,', 'Aarume It p..,' i I il I'"', ]>iodtic\ :ion of utapIcKi suited to sweet potato culture' !, flondiji ::f .' > -. iited m a lar_t, Taehine and re boat construction .
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"Ib 'n.,' ::1.t ernegeu : \ \ '" r: n: ( 'In uvltli sugar cane ____ .. __ -- -- -- ------ -
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JJ "\.,,1 I ppi ocl JL j js2d -' : .," ,I cd .ind! .sweet potatoea IC I Ii III' --- --- --- -- --- ---------- -

1 oon.000 ip[ : i :ni-i'"rk ,11 th* economy

". oy' \ : d Rtates '_ T' i I' cotton for the 1'.s > PATRON17F,
:;! ,.::h ::, < :, \ ul: thi .,: r ', South! )>caiiu.: and tobacr DOLLARS !

'j .'\ ,. ,'i.uclt'cl I .o old! ).. ." )' :"> tlin 1"',\rr Kaitern Sea- V'Y HOME FIRMSOFFERING

."r' ," tl 1'.a 1: ::111' I'1:. : .. .' i ..u id coot: !Cur the mld-WMt SPENT IN -

'.' ': 'n' cld.lll1n_ '.:' ,,:J, wheit i fur the far Welt Imo''. S MARTIN COUNTY YOL

..11'.1: \\ at as t piinal I" ., \\hll' other: ectlon and other MARTIN COUNTY

..11 ': raft i j IK) hate round their real DIRECTORYUNDER THESE SERVICE
:. ? J: .'bh. that the (': ., cuiltin Maple) and their BUSINESS

J'J. :"wt ,J i the! piojec .)!'ace, in 1 h- national exchange I

: ., 1 ..:...1'.:) :nt.rt' t. .' tit', npir-xit: v South Florida po
C.I ''nunGlades' hat ruse]: tit\ ins always hung on ,I .

.cpl : '11' lole.thl' 'a ..', the ephemeral! thread of luxuries NEWMANAGEMENT Lun
MARY'S Herby's
incllsi"'..<: the: mire .\:' whorl' nstant( purchase dc- P&M Uncle Billy

C ..' 1 .\I.i h imcane: ( : : Jr: pends\ upon pionperltN, some- sez. But.".. j
..' h ', "v n cl 3 040 |r'---: hcrf C'l'p' Tourist ar" not OIR HOME 0\00 'oLD, BEER WINES CIGARS HERE
I' d ", .n "" .. ,. Lunch
eh ands and Oinner
.. BWm"
.1 J M t p ::11' oat rs ", staple1- Tiny come orstay CK.ARFT1ES: 't1SS f"PUlS ., ,
(CI I I) nfci
L t Lilt Okfecli " .! I'rneul' I e"t'er) 1-lurlda (O.t: i 'JI.| Whll It maybe Stoallt'.t Ice Cream In a real hillb'lly!' feller a- Standard Oil Product All Food I .
., 1 I.\::' in the sticks. and know I'm C 'om., r''
.w.I i HI 1 nll1. and d ipjson t 10 u Kcst It oranges
5c TO $1,00 STORE Come, illiterate, unlike the city Gas & Oil EIiIONC (
'Ite .,' :C.tv In Hoc md\ uJ'acfnut] which form the The PlaceVhere
h''', .'..' prlllrciloj bit Kb"u, M I (tntial Florida's''' OSCAR r. JOHS50N n.,," si.ik.. Y't other day a man MARY BUNTING :: VfLn w.: ,

l 'at Oi I.IIt i (dike I clK <('OIHn; \' '>d,is arc: things which BENNtl: r IiILAI''(.HI."IS, Friends Meet" ell opt] in a-looklng fer a sage to O"nOne ,
I :" al! ,c .I h. Likesuid 'oukl( b" tloii/ without." Wltncs M.ngn OSCEOI: Ass i won fer the publics r'adln' at Ml. North' Ol Slur Fed..'' IiI

I "" t..r, .:- .
1.. ,ijc'" .I I '1':1\t M 1 11111'; pin ipl\ | I nliistiy) of : ...- told I was short on schoolln he
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.. '. S uitii FI"rtlh': Inn withillt .ud. JUKI give four slant for
.1. I \ .t'.I ( (IIj all ( :' vani I
.. tw: ." :' ,.,j'j.. to':00loo ": ; a, tICm';, i'. : HOME! BUILDING PITCHFORD'SCAMP the neighbors! have allow rdvou \ Let Us Repair
'n' not the man who cant'' Ta
\ \\i\i\\ \ I j. somctlimj' ; ulilch See

"ur,. P '":)' I :thr} r. gee: 'ary Ir fn (camiit, do without for Wt,11.'hn thet,'t money to be That Bicycle

I mi (II rti"'-ucl tl., m- 'C'fifth thi ts a l Ontantmarket (, HIGBEE & made whom\ I to hem and hart SERVi'' :

d : ',j :Maich "'0'\7-\ Staples form th basis ; FOR RENT bout given my opinions of people -

(P '10' !:Cat dat :h" t .,ted "I l all empires Industilal and ;, WORTHAMGeneral Cottages and Boat J and the law NowAll Prompt Depende
WHOLESALE .* RET All. So J'Wfirst off I'll warn
,' Ink : fi Depirtmei" ha.sd iculttual: They are the you Work Guaranteed
>:" the ''a'
,,0( daft 1:1 i the: three :ais : ,:on cannot li\f lor which ;I Repair Bait For Sale have to grin, an' smaller straight Bill's Bike ShopAt

'.0 the War 15 000 pie ..mi'" tint( Is j ready and constant P. O. Box 832 v hat I pour out In print-'cause 14
1 rangIng from i0-fo dhousetoats maikt-t-iiid only today. In the : JENSEN BEACH a thers no use nH *rltin this and Cha on' Taxi Stand

to 3( *: 'I i to : Phone 144-R Al COUNTY! BRIDGE nE':1: vln' out the pep when atryinto
'"-lootr ap things!!! t'omeo-art' "OLR: TRADE PPRECIATED
." ., took the' in os* Floiruife '- r' I t.1;; .laIC's,)] becoming evident I put It over that Uncle Bllhs
Great laic--, boat- i pr"clu"1J"' in the hinterland I .' .,'' I ?: ep up on! what a-rto.n\ both her and across the sea.I :

1 trantfer their craft down S"'itli, r ", Ida along ht rout '; c' hi.e Wea about nhats ccokin in this "Land of Lib-rty1'" COMPLETE

Mississippi Rivet uicl 0,11: : "' tin' "C..11' r\\'a\ SUNRAYJALOUSIES ScymoJrGideon's ,1 li \0' i Jill! rtadhese\ tires each week as time: goes glldln' by wolf Electric: and Refrigeration StuartAuto
I.., this .ncl \. ::11 wnttcn, tin till: SERVICENo
waterway > : s ted '
up '
; nqh.: \elf acqua:nt:d. as Into things we pry!
Intracoastal, to M.'v York Stiii, .-unr Corporation :t 1 Inn Job Too Large Or Camp
Ci i an fun and satire I will mix 'ExCuse, ,,'h:1I'm I too brusktf '
hrlmp flet of S. Aueus- ( ,, C'.Caor: t I la' tnst 11111011114id Too Small
THE FRIENDLY SPOT AT ? J toss to you the kernels and throw away the hu,k, Dlscussin'question
I fgularl uses the VAI LIE ro VOLR HOME OR '
> Inendlylikethers no one will dispute is af'rn divlnJej HOBE SOUNDELECTRIC
inslt to Mobile (and< o'ner eat i i jpcoids' with 7812"8: tons BUSINF'S BY INSTALLING' WHERE FRIENDS MEET '
foxholM or ridJn a parachut I know to make life And Traile. tojrRtNIAL
.. I' puff of i Mexico1 i'.up of cane around bv April) 10 SUNRAY SHUTTERS Dancing Wed., Fri &: your mor CO.
bright tier's little I can do, but if a-wrltln fer to tll my> humbl" Rt I
,1'ig ground! \.lth nn'j tltrce-quarters of I the Sat.
: E.' l'I1ATE5L'B'I1ITTrD T Sunray Shutter aTr, you can bet your bottom dollar the limit IS THE SKY'! Hobe Sound 3271
r' ,y stands ready to plot ,u i,,necl with\} 7261: *>4 (tons during Kinds Of Drinks and BAKEf

and 1 p rlup' mj-t 1m- Clip} rnti: 1944'+1 linve l -\1- ProductsW Sandwi.hesSUMMER ""J.n.", ,.,. Iy "'U"e J 17 A. d._ Nite Phone
... ... .... ... Old Diet If w
tltolah J PI' CRMOR P 0 BOX 24S t. .It. k." : Stuart 185-J
: : roe .11 \'t'l0I1111'' ni it : : 'id'nt Clarncc R i ..' ', t, nhl'.t<
.- E.ipi! I i ''J hp Sri i: 1'1 )JH i j- t-I"I': i .,, I' ,u ''ported| i the ,

: ...din I '.,.1 !<(>":ill" .In i d! ,fJ' "I..: ,' d' Ignr'get1051' t'-MWaterfront I-
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Properties I III i it ,. 'C. Taxie Elect R.'..t...tor.C POINCIANAWaterfront
... Itdla mild, S I.ne Excellent Food R. ..
I.' : < t < .l'' 'mitt< IKbt Sound nf.Hollywc .1\\
Cottages THEY
On. Of ".F........ Fl...."

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I II for Ec....,''c.f ye..rp .. d:.. Meats Groceries LUNCHGOOD NEW GLORY f5
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NLM I ii 1 NOVELTIES GIFTS One Block South RalphUlmer's Pleasant FOOD LIFELESSLittle .i
I In Io Service
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PHONE 9124 Chas. BoxwellGRANT Closed all day every Shop
I 111..WAY-CHOSE IT.W KRLECER BLOC. PHONE 91315 Friday Beauty



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-i 1 iU 1 1i PHONE 9142Standard era For Fishermen Post Office Arcade STUART PHONE III G. REIN, Mgr ESTIMATES .1Docks
a. L caoss. 0..., ACROSS FROM STUART NEWS P. O B.. 123G Fd.d HI

listings of Improved and Unimproved Properties Oil Alex's Diner EXPERT FRANK HALEROOFING ,

Throughout Martin County TIRERECAPPING ChristopherELECTRIC


1 Sewalls Point River-to-RI\er Properties STATION of all kinds and Electrical ContractingFREE Boat Houses

Roof RepairingGeneral PICK UP AND DELIVERY Ms""'
r 'Jupiter Island Octan-to-Sound Estates Sites TIRES WASHING POLISHING Phone lia-J ON 'I'I'LIANCES.Martin All Type. Of
GENERAL MOTOR TUNE.UP Good Wholesome Food ConatructionIvan
We Pk4 lp And Deliver Delivery Stuart
C. B. ARBOGAST FUEL PUMPS ALL KIND* PARTS OF At Reasonable Prices STCRT RECAP: SERVICE 404 Colorado Ave, Biggest Little County's Electric Taylor

1 Ralph P. ChandlerDixie ALEX HARRISON I. K. ro DtOY. Jr Phone 9141 and Leave Store 474
C P. O. Box
F.4.ral Hi-W.r N.. I At Mr. a.w.-U .w..ioIo_ Message 104-J
I1 HI-WAY ,1. /.y Ad6n.. PHONES I IT OR 29SJ PHONE

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lui-bearing ant- Delaware, with an BVH'a' R.I-jtltude
'II' \
.1', prod on the land I of 60 feet above n'a )Jt'HI] USCG AUXILIARY The present system of punctuation I quests were memoeis of Mrs now at the RIz-Carlton: In New : an appenlieetomv. has returned

I I<"AnmntH,. (irrle,, and has the lowrst) allitud d ih- VETS CAN GET (.r:w out of a sys:rm de- ,, HInson's Sunday school class of York announcing the birth ofa to her home todnlor convalescence -
I' I 48 states 20 at :he' Mttcinlly
.,;;:al people M'loped by Aldus Manutlun, the Methodist church The dinIng son May p 11.11 .
-- VISIT BAHAMAS MEDICAL HELP Italian scholar and printer, who room table was decorated |; Hospital New York. The Major e J ;
and Mrs Bafso spent sum- .
OOOCS7000C ODpt with marigold and ferns Ou stj t. 4
70 CaIhe printed' Greek classics on his mei In Mm Swarms River oCt- Mr and Mrs. Garland Eden- 4

I Jill i ''ii at Venice In the 15th and II III sent Included Mis Walter I I:.me on CiiHtl Hill, 8'wall's Held and children hit yesterday: .1 t ,I II

-. C. Beckman LOCALLY NOWServiceConnected \ -.---- -- -- I Kltchlng, Mrs Homer Wllham Point. l to spend the summer on Brook- q I ,
I Mrs., Charles McPherson, Mi! I (
I lo Division dI IlniliRllllllliiilll5ISIllllllllllllllllllSocial i; lyn Lake Kivstoiii HelKhU
Captain IM. Kramer, Mrs, Kirby Smith --e-- 1----- -- -- r
t i News of Mrs. Carrie M. Hoenshel, and Dr. Talmadg"] W Ison returned) I

Cases Mis L. A. Clark who will be 05 Sunday night to his home on St.
:aers at I'1IDctl.la Palm Beach '
t "
; May See Personal : \'(aI'S old next Tuesday. Lucle Crescent, aft r taking his \)
ma of lb Coaat. ,I'I Stuart Cont'dtlilIII11111111111111Illlllllllllllllllllllllll .
J Physician ; wife and her mother to their }
: )ninth tflutta- I Club
ylp/ItlWI'fd'W | Mit AND MRS, MFNNINf.nt: bummer home I In Paterson. N J. Country
., : d1u1aI the wan f Any .veteran who needs modi I I __ __
-.. i I : !"': fttWJM.d .ltat'eat. .I I attention for a service-con- :MitND :MRS nriiov HONOR DINNER: HOSTS SINI\V GREEN FEESt
p : Mr. and MuTnliiger Lt. and Mrs, Lee Carol and Weekends, $2
Mis Edwin A. i
J-claJr baIII IIt f: netted condition be treatedI NOIMMN :MOItR\\ I J
may '
9m I Babamba. \ttnO\ I entettnlntd Sunday nt son, John Lee, left yesterday Weekdays, $1.50
ty tila
own personal physician
Mi and Mrs Arthur Dehonof
: -!tIDit' co.h. !I I If them Is no VA Installation\ Riverside Dilve' S:. Lucie dinner at their home on Marlin I morning foi their homo In Little Seasonal Memberships ; j jindividual
( Road, St, Luc!e Estates, Rock, Ark. I "WO' plus lax .
unman. IMa6HI fey r
/TU-.T. nearby or VA designated phj) Estates, entertained Tuesday __ .
F attests Included Mr and Mis I e Tamilv S1! plus. lax "
rrrid 8IIar. ... Rican available Robert H ,
I Oai night with a party hemming her .I,
I II Dumond Merwln and Arthur I Mr, Ransom Tilton of Jens:n Sandwich and Bar
Ran W. tarts. ,, ,
risen Contact Representative atLttaad'fltuart cousin. Norman of St. I '
NO) 1t1\ 'E
)N I s. ::. talker I! announced todayPhysicians Louis by Inviting a few St. Philips, of E
Mmday< moraine. furnishing such Lucle Estate friend to meet h:m U Menninper and son, County. Hospital last week for --.- .r
. INVITES YOU TO ; nMnnnMd by. ttwo i""I, treatment should notify the I and her house guests Ours Included :Vjalcolm --- -- ., ,

: sin eras srtoo coa- nearest VA contact office within Miss Betty' Smith, Mr I
>g insane as the I ftve days after a veteran i and Mrs John U nnlnger: : rMIIDINNIR\ : P\KT\ COME IN AND SEE OUR 0 ,
e g :! >ropMttaM. .peat THh serrlce-cornected disabilityetaeaea I Mi and Mm Robert McCallum,
: : ; sladled ip i has been treated the VA contact and Mi and Mrs. James Hubert D A. RIRROIC.HS SELECTIONOF
ESTAURANT OPEN NOON TO 12 .rrgs! of 1M j pant: representative pointed out I Brunei Mr and Mrs. W. O Penney ',

n 1, Doctor' should also report -- gave a family birthday dinner! -

Cocktail/ Lounge onra writ o ascot id whether additional treatments :MISS :\10SO :MRS I Sunday at their home 440 Hibis I
U 'City dMy. in m- I'' are needed for the balance oi KPlK.tR: HONOR cue Road, St. Lucie Estates. hon. n
l rtrtlteB dmtei the month :MUS KINlRfK: oilng the 21st birthday of Mrs
: : > II Penney's wn, Donald Anthony Gifts for Father's 4
PAUL a war yean After a check of the records Miss Melda !McCoy and Mis DaySPECIALS
: d itoe I Burioughs The guests Included
QeYasda a bolt i ,; tr establish the veteran s=rv- Karl Knrg-er entertained Tues- 4J
: purpoM 1iImDff- lee connection and eligibility Mi and Mrs J. C. Anthony, siMi '"
day night with a miscellaneous
AND : < '. and Mrs J. C Anthony jr ,
otaarht' for the VA
ate outpatient care
hower at the home of Mrs II
El ; win] authorize payment to the end son Jim Anthony, III; Mrs FOR THIS WEEK
I ,
I Leslie: Bartlett In honor of the
His Melody Play U : c BtdaMa. who i physician for his services If it I bride elect, Miss Florence Kan- C. L Boggess and sons Jack
BRACELETS from $2.50
amurrtltts tfuria g: U found that the veteran is no irck who wall b: married Sunday and Charles; Mr, and Mis L C ANKLE

EVERY SATURDAY SUNDAY fl lip Co a JQl.tI-, eligible! for out-patient care I to Max Aueibtch' In West Klckllter and daughter Jollne LEATHER KEY CASES from $1.50
: ,c n at the elect tt the physician will be notified Falm Beach. Guests Included With the host and hostess Mr
MONDAY NIGHTS has so that hE bill the and Mrs Penney and Half son CLEOPATRA PEARLS $1250
roattiMMd to i can veteran
!this Dee Kenned Mrs Billy
'11 n :JMI"JDrt :as he would I Billy, the family group were
I.i any private patient Stafford, Miss Helen Czveiko' COSTUME BRACELETS $1.50
a n The Air Over WIRA Every Tuesday. : j anent. pfwmoOao! Veterans livlnj in the same Miss Rose Czverko Miss Alice photographed by Clyde Coutant

Saturday 6:45: |pm. Daylight Saving U Ud i ::1lII GD Ttor Capon etty! where a VA contact office In' Ann Mathers !Mrs Howard Bal't- 01 the Tropical Photo Studio. STERLING SILVER CHARMS from $1.50 .
r PGIiUOD !liP wan, located! should alwoys check Ilett I Mrs John Dimilch Miss I .
wt'!k f-ith the contact Mrs. Edward Swann has r- i Watch
representativeb Oile( Horn of New York Miss Repairing EngravingOne
i I E\II'i." Wednesday\ All 1M\ celved
an announcement from
brft Ul* We c jolng to a private phy- Joan (on-stance, Miss Phyllis I
C ==oco p'_" 'OOO tmefllded oHdft ician if time permits, Mr Oar- Constance, Mrs Laura E Blake, Major and Mrs Harold Basso,, Weeks Sei'vice One Year Guarantee y yp

, ...... Ara *i rtson! pointed out. Mrs Thomas O Schireckengoft i "
_*:Coiteaan.tit, The VA representative- end Mis O S, KanarekKIU I ROTARY CLUB
>:! pjui II Rennie web, hasized that out-patient service --- I
Crr Clint la' available to veterans I .'IftrUART No, 3202 Stuart Jewel
Hi only Shop
MppEM0lStllEsMi I >y'r"'I"'3, Meet. W.rfn.il.y. 12.11. .
t N au. henry Raa- who have a strvlce-connecfed : tl\ :MR .a '.-*\' CHISHOLMS GRILL ;
s Ear durability Disabled '
,. '
OME"H :v" 'cABRE ot r.ini itsov IInlIHSn
entitl;d to outpatient care only HENRY 8.e,
A. C. Courson entertained the
1af ....A! an arem t IIJ- for service-connected conditions. borad of directors of the KI- ,
a teat bote Veterans in doubt as to their I ---- -- ---
sea -- ---- -- -
!!!! wants Club Monday night atdinner =
C ] ] Unapt aiuttidr eUaiblli y may obtain full Information '
I at his horns In Eldorado
\'I'\/' : at the VA contact office
I H iHhts Present were Lon Ty- o
at the Local Draft Board on 'rF ROiSwEiiGuyoa
. t son. L. L Holden H H. Thayer
]! hnat aaaaaar era. Friday of each week
L. C Klckllter Roscoe Rollins
; ?n! Aa'aa'c, .
1 L Decker T. T,, OughtersonOcoige ,,
tJ'rtf \ I Parks, jr.. Gorge Keith 0 .f t
C '
1 I // A 1.J: fV :\ TERN TIESDU and the Rev Phil Maxwell I i' 0 Now While Stoke; : Are Complete Choose A Gift For Hun on Father'sd

\ :\.11,l'r Overstreet, states at- :MRS, BOZONF ENTERTAINED: Day, June 16, From Our Excellent Selection
II .- ed here tomor- o I
.. t-xpec r
Pr.. r01 inii CiR\Dt: SCHOLARS
r\.J. .mime' witnesses In JUST ARRIVED ,:
Mrs. Jolly Bozone entertained' 0
Iii',,' )ui itory to the open- S SI
r Ir';/f ;'II i / I ,a : 'he ,prang term of clrrr IoU!th made scholars Wednesday I SCHICK INJECTOR RAZORS O[J J'
at 1 her home on Cleveland
I I ") I here Tuesday GEM AND
I :.() Av.nut. with a picnic lunch out I .
p 1 The (' mmon toad sheds its
TOB, 1. : ,r, :' ltld ,everal times a year, around a May pole and playedon o
\ the many slides, swings and JGUNELLE TOILETRIES FOR MEN 1
+ :: d 'ntllow.s the 1 lI xjfce; akinlI111111111111111111ueuIIRll111111111111111111
, 4 I I- 1 seesaws In the garden. Present LEATHER TOILET KITS oII '
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). .Ie 1 I were Shirley Chas, Jean Wells, p J Jo

/: ,,fl' '/ \ :J.-ri.k\ (',Utll OF TII\NKS Gloria Hancock, Joyce Nacre'!) II PARKER PEN AND PINCH. SETS o :
.: Euithe Lee Wall, Dorothy Kline
f n.n&l lain ticml' ro'ledinn/ / ....... f/ \\r .hh..i to express our (tritet'ul B,tsy Ban. Dona Morris Jim El

., .. thanks t,. path: and every Anthony Noel Coane, Jack Harris D
(Iran roar H'>< nal.t nail I IIIII /Ii) : tft, bet Dad
1 t oat foe the beautiful flowers. and Freddy Stiller, Brady Hart- '
/ / I" //IK
im' on t1
...{f. l" 1 1Mivorapan the comforting. expressions offmpathr man, Charles Clements, Fnnk11 -
skit / :
Ptanntfrccn'gallant rt I at the pissing of our ,
: ,,: Woodham Rae Edenfleld o
; Inoiin inItmrtpt .b fc..fil husband' and father Jim Felnaur and George Bozone, Ii :
/ med' rayon shantung, ''' J- .*. t..*tt. MRS CFO McPIIEKSOV: Mrs. Bozone was assisted by Mr. U
aierner' ... /lalnc Tint; MRS LEONARD MITII
\ tidur and Mrs. John Dumlch Mis J BR
3 3f' Sun tnlimiv/, Carole King ..r..r* ..* fir.ua. ROBERT DORMINEt: C. Anthony ji.. and Brady Bo
pattern Si 7 in 13. ; w hK&T la. GilBERT andlEX zone

MO"5TUART ) \ 1 I .N a.ata is1104, ..we. :MtPHERHONCIRD :MISS!; K\\\IHC: : noNoitri I I LYRIC J THEATRE BUILDING' : 2 ;

.,vwcn. awSu& Iran mmuta of OF THINKS UITII DIIII sium! 'tit nt-ini .0000os=!=
Miss Florence Kanarek was
J/1 We Uk this means of e\- honor:Wednesday with T 1

I pfcwnc !sincere appreciation bridal shower, by Mrs Lou Auer

In tht many: acts and expresuiu bach of West Palm Beach. MUle IN

OGAImt .( sympathy and floral than fifty guests were pr sent,
: HOUKKff firings in connection with the

**Star* recent passing. of our husband MKS: HINSON CEU: lt.\TES

I $ -50 and father I EIKTIinU \\IIII fV r\HT\
:Mrs. WiIliamIarlottl: I Mrs Bernard .Illnaon! of 327

f' EPARTMENT and Daughters Patsy 1 West Sixth Street' gave a lunch-
Ann, Gloria and
son on Monday to celebrate the
.. SIOK: Sandra (lobe Sound I 79th birthday of her mothers, ''i 1 :

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P\I., 101 It Till sit \IsrlRT. Martin County. P'LORIITut'RS" U'. JIVE 191itc

-. --- .plLet ..1 f minute flower succeeded by tiny fruits turning( n&i 'Q' I: I

A DAY 111:' JUNE" . COLLIER 1 1er .u i malinlx It "n .1 desirable! seml-vergreen trey' lot |II' .01,;,,

; rt Trees \\TinFS\t\ rL.TI'PllrLLIham llio Plnlijpn'' '
M "Shade and II
} watt, MTU", "'ii tret tint a dense bend ot \glottis' ;,l' I vas'
.t'r I.n.s 1 It ,11.1 i hard tree. of a fresh. I.' l'"" ipeamm| earI, .?. .
,/ bli,h,'(1 curry ThuKdty atStunrt For South Florida And Cuba"By 1'''in u..'!i.. Tlit linx. lit xxtre are inconspicuous but tin I p'I' dnktltq"I t,,| ])'11.

f r= Martin County Florida, I unall red to blade suits III'C'l.'I'y klioxx-v, '. llm 1 ,""onlllt'P,,,||| | 1 1c 1t
I b\ Stuart Daily) News Inc. a
kni'ft (hir !Ktneral
1 Florida corporation I DAVID STURROCK & EDWIN A MENNINCER BISCJIOH J\\A\IC'\: ; from Tiopuul \su.. "I. IIf'',1
Entered ns 8I.'cond.C'lnss mall
,, the branilie- ,
? '. IM-IIVV 'i 10 ,
with ipreId open top
r "a" matter nt the post off cp nl the a ,1111" '1.I /", .
Florida under the AcU I i%,d,. .mlt''le Tin :3 part compound[ leaves in mrri.Literal .,! ''I It \
Stuart 3ILLtM\E\t! :: hc.incMrt .IIKI! rwlcs: 1 he mot th clossx: Ic.illiICHIV 'i ''I", .1 I
of March 8, 1879pulwr ? .. ._r- lit UUIIM! luniK I lOJ/fiiwrreri ix,,,,,--111' (; lath trees and ,. ,)\ .1. dark !grim. This evergreen In'1'1"11'(1'0 I Is'la'ndtole. .)
A FREE PRESS 34 YEARS OF 8ER'ICETh. klinibs, uilh mint tliinlxr; ., tmtdiiK II pner. and. about 2"0 tw'' .

i mostly \in'|iu..il. UK fruit .rf matt. ..i llirm aw quite **( ?*" std L.TEJUFLOnfmfll the least I id.xettfeeti .., i
and ,... .. DMTETES
gln.rl qtly trwr wri liwbhtim- II
0' 'Ihr 1'l urn tlntro. 'lhr ho. n1'.. some'h4st IHVII abed. in mrtliriitp Some ptcmteU tree vuth .seven! sir.light; mil slims mil r"I Iloni4nder ,
PEOPLE "lublnhfl. In HI,""I. Apr. I "11. hers. A IC'\I nl OH. toes hale Loge wlulc or cdow floats ibid mr Tin, linn: wily twigs mil c
A FREE lateral brimhuici ,
111 ind the Htuurl M...rn.n. vlibhi y
i .. ,'h tAt Tlmn wit to .', them di sn.dilt! is "rutlillt ht.l... iDlllrVU I..InistK" tkithiil. xxith tin rk'It. link yttti f"Ii.iji' III| care
M..h l. 1'11. 1k. alutrl' 1)olr ;iris'wt" l h rtmwluu gwktg. ( f(\\t
: "mc."m: '"'1'11..1W.t. a ; p
'nulld.d l1euMr. ,. Its'A. ,ht wrrMly tht oral.1.1: I mihcs. km:. with mptring tips. TII, Hard ",'
I .dlll" wit 1'.nmrrly. an.wn a ihtluuh ( \ \ .lu'.idfd tort the slfirt imiiii Uam. *,, are "J'ft'.dy hilt doe xxell tin tin. ,,"I.IIE'E. rn
lor jttntnl" pi mtlug!
> .. F'd.' Utrtlnprr. top Is I 1iI1.,1 with liltr.il Iwaiiililiip Tin. I"lgsrld'1 twnaitklt. an' !
.. ICNMS: tin BIK/II: 1I1'.1Ju, i,
t l l 1ca\'t'Ioo bin kala' .\ \/ ",?'i
luu\iK liillinl will, tin 1.., ;('. m.wvu'krrd'nil
1 \I "' ,, k and .
I\h II tots' hltntpP skntlir eras trm long sltndc ,
I I1", .Alrerllanr, Mu..., lini){ mid 4.3: (oust 1 Imucl. Iii ficiKTal pfeniv this untf.rrr tat tret xxfth i nn 'Tdllli,
SUFISCRIP1'IfN I ,IHti.il (tot Is ten .iHrac-tui "llh its larpo' TUg 1
II, \ .' ..r"n, )ire RATES Y..rIF ts.nn i : .. im, '.."null.i.fik(. flouirs. Tlie crneT I o*. fc lIIt"dilllll pw lea ciiiptMind( It-axes in king sender stuns. Hit ,nulixi, '
top 6-'i Indus' Inny! with t.tp ring! tips, light ern; '
.--.T--; ;;, ., ., ,,-:-,, ,; ;- I the net u" n''its ,1 i mil viil fur' good drvrlupmrnt Sintifk-felH rem'* "
I I. Ipphn'bro" Thr mtnttrmrnt Irtrrwr 'Ihr right vmtfitin! him tld H I
fall in i t al'nun
., t
) te'taae trti ,
to 1In"ohl. .d.rr'Ig.mr'n.' I 1)itnyn i i ''''111101. tin Lxvt AT tltWmfiya; Mr0" "* j" tr'pgtnl <1\li.ttitlbk'
''I I' SSet r Ihr err ,fir rrpubllrt'Inn giI n..1'SIE1111Eit l I.... dame ,,i *. I few cal I.Utt'.lptl f | plmtlugs, It 'IIIIJIIIN| I ,
: ..::!... \ (IcK.I.I] I l Ic 1,1111( .,it' tin sjini Nil. alid ahMtt'| T\CT gtrs! no'd' ]
: : mi: .\ssoci\TEn PRESS "'t X it 1 I Iu I 'H.I. u .in itsl. Ira.ol.tt.!. .ugl! llit fltmiTk. ( that tin to flu'R> xxliiti lum mi' ml) withIIIPPUILIF
\ __. ___._ ____ ( .
n hIt| U'.in"' di, ,sins .in mil' .1Itrdth'to tin t-xi 1 : M.\'C"EI.L.IWIII tin lll. M Im'
lru't1.Iluununtrtutnstub"inn"nnuntuuunnflnullnnnnllnllllmn; I DIIII-M\1 : IIIILIIPINCNSIS: h .. ''IWII"cILUdI.l ..... n,..' \'i1\'riL.' is a iknv" 'tni( >|H-d tot xxilli, many sidt brimtut .. !- ?, "

with .i slum Innik' ..nd, Itiwc t ip. The .bravo. ttuff iunpV l tastes ace Tin iinin. roiis lateral bramble! 1'.11'1'tho i.l.", "
Worthy Meditation\ 5ra fev $! ..m'K.lh..Ij halt s li.nixx illi tnutlicd vdyn; The "*]*'*** white| nx'J .h...\\'Ii. '1." IIHIH" It III It. This, 1111 hard 0t rut

i!!II imitimiiiiiiimimmii;IIIIIMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMIIIIIIIIIIII' I' limits. |later ugh shtmx MIX lamed on lateral tlmut TU flee pn f,T lentral: pL.ntlllg'IIIIditJclll..

A hip to run a straight course can have but one -- 3 SCT ?. \ I I los flit. ht.ltk'tie I "'ilh. ll b (radiin 01 1lKk, IIt.ft.CIIEPIT.S.: thi S\ND nllx front I 1"1"I | I

pilot and one steering wheel. The same applies to the I J: EX.CEAETh" ., nft."i.itk-tl tee xxith .I stunt d.mjt'ninslx "plm ,t!

c restful operation of a bu.ineu. There cannot be a I ''Jllililnv.I! xl, bmisv lamilx l rfcrnanror) hWi imtooVInn. and. Jwl. .. htrrtiws formini! a .snreidv sup, The lane .in. .ilustu, I,

ti el ing wheel at every! teat in an craanization.Jule. -- ill land moth siinpk and ....alh) ("' .. wnsuit of S p CMHfi and. alm. lsil it tnt' Ormont = or otooor--- ot2o:==:JOClC>>= ', ; tl('s "t II.) i. tmpkii and wib-tropiw The wad ni gene memIxri ,Iii, :. U.irt.Juptd.s Ilh |IHII\{ tapirii) tips Ink i-ri'<'i )I.., I
sp m'i'ni f a "lrio"it thin in nni.iniilit.d. It sea', istd 11' ,
IIi llns; [diniK liarci Some art Gw their
itn species grow
sliadt thr mvlmiit Cuba. I hilt Ins, II"x ,
ailitk trtt ""IIt
1'. JL: FANTASTIC EXPERIMENT Horticulturally Speaking lin 4fr14nd. fnitii lhe' ulghw.15.: Die strani.: flints arc "1114!h'' a
Il.lxv'o. in' ten small .intl) immu.|>kiKNK.lKlsniUS .
\\ "' tits 1 Il'l'i ( '''njrns (niin \\"i' vou f ClI' PieMdents ) OClO OClO ()ClO=====O OI' I ) DISCXLU J ll* M h\1."> Inm the 11&ppfta", n' I'W >.\\\ ,\ PHINChlS/ from ltlaid is .I I"L:'
\ ,I't, r,1', i 'i'"hilutit n and the rights! of wornon to cast 1 hranihii tninl and st ml sprtadx. !branebts lot .11''
i I.'lIh) trunk aid! slmrt. ihitAer.. ( slut nntg!,: tit| nh
.. a i t hilt iiint.lil 'nig: a Mini!
,, ,. ) / grn\t
;Lull I II Iuli /ll tl. 'i,' .t f..1 |I'''' "".I ::1, i' "10,11" i IIt./I".oI'o"! / I I "" I/Ollit | -. -
I A.n1l'l'iran we demand I the right i to cant It tarried tli' slim It. Tin Ii.ni" 'irrk
6 bathes j n >.II
Its! tl.ik. Io4xr eland Ices I st 1I1I"t! >as ,
sharp'pniiittHl arc
II ,,, .,,11 I II I,1' I Int ( hsbilmsis g
I Us 1.1 I III
I ':1'I vital! decision s(1: 'III "" III' 111 lol" 1'1",1 .
: ">i any which might affect us in ihtm-x The iml with kme .k'III.'r kaf stalks. mid,, tin Infillr, ,
Ih. iniikrsul. HH msselx arc : n
,,1111 I .ud 1.,1\I ,, lint .1 ', .11I.,11., .ahnlllSII1I1 pat ou i I amine very
uul the of : i 11I11! iii too ''to t i si n u "I I i .t i "" i In .
pursuit ) happlnt'nnd yet today ,. I. un t \nplniiiillv ilrrac'tixi. wilul).imbtant evergreen tree tuttaMeli I teas .jilt tht tips >- ill'.IK', long Tins is .i Ii.irtlx d\U 'titles: ),
11,110 llu I hick
"ict'hat"ol''cl' in the mont mid ,nl.k ip I In it'. Hit lillI'.1 I sill ti't' nuts il '
n.\lo of amazing the !,II us, 's Inn' .11 i M.iilin Counts;( UIIMIiI.11. 111.' sdmi"n'ttil.iit-tl. .. out utiui' "if tttulitkins./ t .i...t. bk f t"r do toils"
mption power ever taken ovei banv DIOSm! ] CDLAl'M 1. the Ew xx 'net .\sia i.. vim.. 0i-, PlhLLTHt' EIULle.fn,". Intpnul Vt ,
.nice the world lulu....I I DM. i 1\ si, ,ii. (II In' brillf.ml' that in .|lin "l\t-nm-dv\ yang uul.. (the ii.t
began xo i tih.., n. \I.lnill\: !in, II.irris H, I.n\\\'h 1 vunl. 'n.lIrillllllll in ttikirn lug trwt II h .i dniM. tup and! nunx' JKHI stiff Icainlw and traichl. .1 t ,.nv'.\tfrovxint; tni' xxitl upright! brant In tad '"n..III. I In'" /.'
\\1 :1": common eminent of then nation-not lot i Is 1\.111..1.1., : Sinn nl I III... II.xx.is\ ': on tilt Irti' helifml IJxirsti .. nilmkr )uiililtU. flit. Mmng! pim-th is tlnixK I duthod with. thi dr'*
I -I. t of theoildoin milituiv' men talc our ..ir ,,ear .dm"si t \...Hi,xx I I. I 1.. IXtkt i Ills bold 1'tluIKI ...dn1nrlaeertdtts ( kmg| mil II\\'. stiff It .n". 6-V jncU .king. uilll V-lidT. tapering; tip*. I .; with #MIIf< pans .il till It,..ifkls knit ) I mil I I. I ,. I", t?
". .1'ufllly' going ahead with a series:! of exmk ( ,.1. ''ii. plat", (I.uk urt. i II. HH' bright eibond' wrung lea.e.. arrcn. attrat-thr .\ "I".u"'II K h i a lijit, rittfnl 11'"I.is .i It.Kit) II un! Mini''
I in which the taU\ of the world I
energy liiulx tae for rail tin ils.
ix.ijiriii tree lot s<'
Hi", 11/t/II'ntilii' In Out'.n' kausrtL': bared is dill \('Uatitilul' al'l
( 1 OS LHESTCR tU Bun S < ,from M dn uu '
tin. .null!: it it last I utiin", Hit. Irti \.111'111'I tilfiinlk\ yang hack of flu trine S.P"n.t'r.lIII""' '. Innn, 1'.1. ., \in.r' Is'
'I. '. 'thllliC, with the series molnn..in'1't'( pith inxt trunk anti than liramliii. 11. sjouktliriiKlilils .
j'o xxunijf ,,, trunk owl .1.,1.,1' III. ,
ski Iir
with liMif
tn.' II i
(:. .1/.'1" Hut, of Stnnrt bus IK-In ([origpmisllu ": u a ale nut'
.1 I went at DlklnlAtoll '. to it blunt1 .nl I il.itlied with the unmlh dark
-01 put I lxxis in tltiiM-lx ffrtnkivik ,
ilint.ntl 1"I." of tit l D
f lugt" is tsar tips, cnnxll *
voting t
I uilden, slHixxir' i ( rtssfcXH/ / /" I in I D. S. IIlIdlollll'.In..!. tint" .
!1 .sts ha\ erred in, then assumption, that a'atomic I 4 ft 1 mi IK H erne. It is a prjc-eltil!: rtrrgrevn tree with attTJftixr ttd. 4-6 intl", limn \t'lb' .
: .k
bur I kalan axes an iirnxx tie<
i explosion will not net oft'Itn unii tin not IK .Hililnl tows Is ('.lInlhlt. llu 1...., nl, UK xtll.m. flmxtrit. foliage] mil, i is suit.iblt! 'for ui-iKTal: pUnluiJ' ,..adititc.IIO'.I'1R05 with dart r"l.h.hNI\ .dks. ibis ,
st( '
erm ; is .r i wow' IK' "
chain will'cr '.'stt' 'is I t"i 'tins xt'.u. ( iluwpnnxln
know it. All MCSI'iLlrOl.Ml Inim Mnca. b
,1 4 -no one I ( | Tropical a nth sit I I bur .md mil oil III,
,1\'I"'II1I'It H
II., ,', ,old he consumed Instantly in a blinding I lulu/in/ / / Hlu/ilii/llu/ '! |tlM'| 1tI"IIo.1, : l tut ol Sob Sdar I Misuse of ;: 'null 'Itndir the stilt still straight. vUixItr brant Im and. riiiiiinn.VtWtM: IMMOIOH I a) faun Tn['pud .\sn. is ., 1.,1',I IIir ,).
"I I r rompar.ble to light of the .sun and this llh.. 'lIllIfi.II'\1'!: ( of I its pink """ 1'1 tliislirs Ins( betn( LlStntiag in i in..:icrons On 11. thin!, braiK.lilt.-ts. and two': The vrmttr shuts aristK ttlinl xxitl, I it I 1.111'1'.11 brintlimp. lite 111..1'I ,
trti xv 'sir 1
,eat which we "refer to as, the wield would 'J\M| I D. L. \\' lll."h .MidUn i, .,>.' ilnllifd,' with linn tough .kaxevI buliti. i.'!c. nainm. nal.1I \ItaxeI. I talus I"II'.. .in. lined. on iitldish!: I birko' ""D\\

ii blaze: : of radiation I Friiiitipul" ( Pliiniiita/ 'II/lfo/iol< / is still In (lull slum in Oil I atilt 1"1I1t; 1.111111I'| tip*. dtik' grwii. Tlu tselgrtt1l tree mfwn a Ii K i lurch tni' I fur gels:< 'r,11,! phut:;.
!. .e' v. ': \ex-no mote fantastic poibilitv. hit John. V. ld.I"Ird., III Mi s. (Lira Riwliinyn' ; hot,. ..it Cmotliitts ,| IIN .it im i slit'lit.rtJ\ hum" strong winds VtPIl" VI Lt/.t "(t'M, Irnm tin. llnlippint' "'s .11. j

.. itfKeated! in I the history of nunkind Certain I pi u'<' .mil.. in, tin' hrfstiii: Sianu hatch \anl, | \DIosPl'Ios I; !S1\L\SIS: from Uiiiia. u a iitrdnun. .*Uc trite with I xxri1!' .M' entt Inll'l.'I mil, I I long skndtr biinibis ilrupo .,_

.' .l aid-hetids: .' who pride themselves' on I their Kit' C.'ui.i.11.1.11111 l tmlmlli h..rll""ltl( /. ( n tliit>i>litllitbieli/ / I u jliiidir lnink ind spreadx skntlir. Ivantlm TI* main sJmnVrliUrul ti"lugt'. Tht. loiti. si.'mli lirintliltls, .mil txxtigs ear :I

\ .I' HIi i scoff and jibe iiifainst any voice which IKi I utikIsle. ,ii! .i InxtK patio nod 'tub' plate, lit ceita' ol I fit 1'\I't"rtklll.11) liraicliltts" .tnd twigs MnUaxilx, tl It: i i .xiimnjr, against! reckless 01 premature, expeii- liliiltt ''t |nst i 1'1..11. to blimni !ii! (lit' Fourth Street' Talk It I is n I 12; iiUTmx. Minxitli. il; ns\ Ibis "is .i n.I,.. a
\'. thin secret oi the univer .e-and vet the\' over (flll'I"I '" .ib nil. itt Kit i'.'isl nl tin 1,111: (:"ililu. mil it li.n. slmvix |,luiiuk I fur general!: condition. gtnrral pkntftu'Islit' too. r'lIdII"CI'l'' .

h1 act that some of the nation most eminent *:ien I if roil II utis itnnliiu,, tint flit t t..p. I I1w pliinui. ire lust U glniiln, ,j. iid < M\B\ IUIiiIn.ni: ", tin \\rst IndKt. k a ..i..0 Iendn \ : : boor C11fps, I is .11', .tt,11, ,

I"" leeply concerned over that po ..lbilitr. rid .mil ties still stage II 1:11,11 ,pi,iloini.IIK-I.! far tlK'| IKsix| uttks.. tree with mil Inn,k .red until, ,". Tie slnnkY. Literal.) tmnrlikt it 1'1'Jofl"tl'. ". '| h 'lill ., III t
gut' "
ml tlotlied with lilt (.... .( still "kavn. TI.. Innnar. "ltt kl'r I..I"" Ixxiijs nt ,
1'1'1 1 1 I i- not Jules V stuff Flash Gordon twigs in liglllx! .
true or comics I (hit' lit,oa l'IImhlli..1i1l1l< /HIIVMI! .n itl s. uli tic t' / <'Itui,linrum Ng'rrcu./ .qvpiuiil' il. l ( s, 2.1 5 llu lies I I' ,
t th 'aic and factual iix .it still with .1 cii.irte surface VSi! intliif (u1g. with tumid 1".ill..h.II.\ 'iL 0.
i > statement bv the Admiral in
pi ? I.' in (1'\1'1:1( I nvtr IK) lop will, Us gs'.it, spikes oltllim' Ikmers lice I r dre' soili
:" i the Bikini Fleet In an account in this inoiitU. tips' dark. CIXHII It is a. ten hardy 1 anM c\tryrrrn In* far dry of ik'i "I'1 "I..hl '
Ih1 still tlu
beam thrw tin
t inntmw I n t r\l i i irpt'ling! v.rtmd: i rrEWI :\l'mnOR\. lirim rrot>u .,,1 \si., I
I r't dition of Colliers One of the factors which had i Ii.."in, ..illi the tut ultliellim. bloatoms 'flare ts a i big tnt in full t'r exptiMtl( Iticutkitn.'ST.\\S. I' ,., { "..... ,; "lt it a upward ,1111,1xnfs'iapt I. le t
it, nsldered. by the scientists' he I MBICO)\! : ; fnNil till! 'l'est Indies. is a ..naill1ft' with l"tiJ -lif .,
states. is whetheiM : til" urn l>('liind tin lleunftgar' housi' in SI. Link I J-.lal"M.: next 1 In ill:' i : top sidt and tot'5551 I i i> I Iin I
rt. bomb to be dropped half a mile or so below the di( ;M '1.1\ \\luii( il is usllv tuiii Itoin tin ,ktriit also In I liHim, mi. m\ short. skndiT branchings' and. mans' lateral' l raiitlik-tf aid. thin.. ices t< .. ''n Iil br..hl'l. 11 k" ,. ,
I ,:" 1f> the sea. might tart a continuing chain reaction rlaa' uox; are the 11I"il Inn I 1.\/-/ III""N, iiiimtaiia/ } (tin'. pn I i nrclddFouldnin I,,; Iwigs lit 1, I""g" growth is tlcnstK. tkillml' with the hfoodtt. .mal; ;,general t.r.t'II'(1| of triingnlir liht( heilt..I.\1..1 I lungs\ .lInll"\ I IX'

i 11 el, uld' consume all the ocean. J.lIl1re agreed that ItI"t. i ; / /, ; Ililt/ iiiniltui) tin xtllou ( ,mlti. I C. ihiluli'' ) (lint .Is tlosclxulitcd leaves. ;2V-:! ) baits" lini;:. still UutUrx. Mti dark ptt-n It b a hankfMrj.r InlUgi'. Tins 1 i> .i ,I'hlrolbl.'rI"1 gr.ty brnt; I tut, un'"d'' t
;" 't. : they have had to consider < in ln e fur gets" ,,'rag ,platitmctUIIO 1'1
soberly the chance
In (lli nil /llnwtn-d tots li\ llu C:ill/ins H.ink' ol Sliuil! |IC. p1.:nluig'
I night which poe a shocking! uncertainty to the I ubr.trnuI/ ,, ) ..idtin'' |xrliiini' lr('(' (I'oseagec.lnran/ ) !.\UEI L

: I OIK ol l in' HIK|<,II fivoriUs i. tin. ln\tK (:riH| lfytil0 (IIsigrt/ t I DH. !Set. lit.t: innlx I i CIIIIOlb/flf'tIl.) ) ttvn|"i.o: lntOmil.s ((inliwicdct \ecf\ ) t

,' midst, an not infallible The\ are, human and ,/11,.n.nmi/ ((s't'ub" I \\luili is pisl( In glunittg' : lo lliriM,, out its I IK mill'..illlmii I I Hid 1 litilis. 'is .i huge (Toll OHilaiiniii, : 2114 ccinrj aid .IMKI| mmsClts -
II'i .HIM like all the rest of us. It' ic contrary to the .s. Hit' ind sliudts in I loom end
spikt pink tutu( arc mm | xxldilx" ilislrilnitnl lliriHit.liiMil I IK' \1 I. 111'all t of it-, that the fate of the world should hinge hill' \111'1111\101\' i I nil sliid nl' \\lntli' I inn pirliiiilulv fit'il. will U in. tin lit'pics mil.. tin snbtitipifs. ibis, family lias nianx' mrmlim.

11 ci' K'illations and decisions! of allY group of men so ,' Ito\ t'riug in .iiintlurMX.k in tit. I wish limit folks, \\oi Id pkmtCraps' ecroutmk' x ilnc( tl,it.MX' in. inrdHini. and manMint*. .lath. tries andslnubs It I j. unusual for 1'n i ana to feel xo closrh I d 11.1 i

." 1 hero 1 1. in the .slightest question! of a doubt about It- 'I ( Mxtllt' in llitir gunk IHI'.nisi It makes such .1. fine sutmnerIlux'eriut toe .itnxn: .is ''I'II.lln..I..I,. fir (I.* their" rcrwagnk'auto.: Tl* \h an indu-trv'- i I with the manvho mall"ceei"

n tin I premise of a doubt. I) slniil. it dms mil I 1..1.' Hindi rtHim il is jpn>!p.14iltd;: n'.idiK lloxxirs' f must 11 fie SJXIHS .in. intiuispKiKnu lad ni V..IR- nrvUnnliks. .... -. a- South Florida has iviclinced in the case ol I hi ''iJS '

I : ,r i ..amazing::: !,. I that! .I..I this i. nation!, which I has alvayt! elc-! and 1 ni II"in, ut ,II,1'' ''I'1' tlllle' of' year hit nay" I >\iln'r Ikmns. .. the, (1'11I11I11"11". (iifttitnliui/ I'lil-liinntia. flit flusters air itt, MUSH f"'II"lltill"' and Claiencc II, litUij.! )
X-MI 111 ."atters of consequence. should "MI "pv J E.: A. M I.i I. ,, '. ''' .until II.y stoat ind |M.isistrnl I lr.h..1 l !scat. muniital takit I i\ti-ini: ,' \li'. I hitting(. enforced. iiKijrnatiiinfruit1p /< '
'.1111.1 vx I hilt' the most 1 momentuous predication in the I -.. .MCIIOHL1IHLI. ) .\. hum Cuba is a tall trw .4. skntki" .>"jct'll v I.t i the c.. rpoiation a few weeks) ago. t II.f '.
I 'I i VV mankind is handled in full authority and super i SAVE A GUILDS LIFE 1.1 im til stilts straggly Irunli.-s' and. mam lateral Iwaim1fngs: and. !J..tet und nuiitit' for his! retention ha ''iccn,
', bv' a band of unknown men itax.s p. people. of (levviston,, and neighboring'GIt l ''
School i is ThIUnlmf'I', is < sldidii. (twigs. lit are high MHkallim\ ', liDM-IK .....1. CMk Int.
out here Over .J 15 Hioo
!f' i K even more amazing that the world itself has /< and I. t* and tmplo> eiot' the linn have out"poKi.nKpi ) '
not ildiin will bo holitiav bout Thl''c( children wlIJ! | lit inches loop),. dnl. pet ii j.1 iss\ 'It is a stmi-tkiidiMiti Int .l.., \\11 "
"Idl'd :*>ed di ;
i : I the right of decision moist rid wiiKLI approval' of company power politics
pi 'vlng ivoyvvhcie the streets. right in the middle
: on ol
i i n |rnbable that human beings as a whole do not traffic They will swimming Tht'y'iII do all :\ I' 1UILS MOLICC' .\:\.\. lU <:.s.wtM-r 'min 'I........ n a n xnpapcr of South Honda have pointed .mt, that

,I.. ali/c what the new horizons: of science! : have ic- things chlldV mind go can eon 'iiv'<-. Its to the soitsol our I loss. ,
"Iand, I aie in a trustful fog about the whole thing piopli and their p iidils to protect these young up HUPS(rr from i.pointed 1\1.lpl"'hh.IJ(1| tin I IK. xtiiinc SH| .K< IMIIC"I| : I" Vpunil irianjulir 1'hy I I. !it t |personal affection for :Ir. LiUing I
'I: ''fieiilt lor the average man, anti impossible for the h.n'm. in tin older shunts .tad' l ramlik-t, M (IlimtTiiu; timt. wlni U. (f i r the sugar company :' So. '
,,1111 (Isliinrler. tr> realize that all matter I is composed ill S nub tlnslcrs,,. if snullxlntv blossoms are. displuxnl. lUkuxis. Thi plain answer is that before Mr Bit in, I
', I igv and that a moans has been found of releasing The I largest number children killed in traffic ae til tin tnt urr ttixtritl with a eltnsexlilish, fun ulmli, main tlmnItHik c arye the uifur mil! rocked along just as 1 ar I
II'-'I'ICY( through chain ptomic explosions There !is no I cidt'nl: are of the 5-14 year group and! most of these lire I as if milk had 1 IMIII spilled on them. alai because. "t this whitish b. ,: alter he took' over it assumed the industrial and s

'I"!, tray ti govern how far those chain explosions killed during the vacation tint :>is? tin ITt'l'lm Ix' distnijiiislHd on thu landscape at a cnmidcrabtrJist i t ,c leadership,) for development of the Empire of thek

'-' ". That is up to the atoms themselves In air. with I ;More\ than 200( jieisons wen drowned in Florida last .met'. Ibis iittrattixt Mnu-tlitnliiotis' trey is spnatliii. ; Mpkjlx }ide. from enlightened labor and management p011! c
''Istcnces. \ used HO tar. science knows pretty well how I U'<'ai'. With the return of the summer swimming tlirtMiiluiiit!! siiiitliirn I-lor i J.i. It stems la lit etpialh'sit.11 at (Iran' imIrx I :h ch. after all. t nlv l affected the employees i

I 1..' chains will progress-but In the first desert en \- I liefiuint diownings' have\ been reported in recent FeaII1'1 .' und stet stills :inel of. the company ) there was a goal which m,

as anyone who followed the accounts was im- ;Most\ of the victims of swimming and other' M.ElHnLS\K\T\\\: lie Mi-tJiLtiw. (ran 0.11.. b.. MiniUiidiiins p cmine n the future to every resident of I'a' '"!,

"."a1..I\. aware'-the scientists who viewed<
: mg !flash. hoped it would limit Itself. They weient I blues this, timelarning. I mtplt"hkt" gravmeo!: ( leases are tfuslen at III)* tips of the S uJa tmploved scientists and agricultural r"per
-which was certainly taking unwarranted liberty Children who me !involved in drowning accidents. au :iniluK.. und the biniclits if' I inch white, flower sat. xxillielkm I: .led nodirn lal."ratory-an set out to prore {iii t

'hi rights! of the rest' ol us. Vow they fie going ton I n ,)stl)' of the ;)-14 age gioup' and usually are a group of t,,tirs and home with pick! ttnters: all in the same tluvl.r air ante wire numtrrustaples! and sound activities d l lc
/ in the depths of the /sea< in a still heavier gaseous i C' lldien .swimming alone without any I'o'nup"'atch- I 'ispiLiioiis tutu. in llu oilier. spetitt: I ILLLKI1FS jd Irinjt cash Irum the soil and climate of what U

I n fag. water! -and it is conceivable If the Lord grants hg them-patents 01 grownups should accompany ahc .\ T'USPER' I.\. fnim the Philippine. H a spread. Ii'?'!> a wildernessLntil .

.1 I time that they) might try it in the bowels of the earth .ilJien when they go in swimming and all should wait lirixv.ipXil| d.tidiions tree wilt several smart braiKlifs. and ,,prr.i i ai hour or two alter meals betnie going into the wateiLVPIV \ '. stendir l.r.nit Inns, Tit lull"'im I is tlnstertd near. tin md ol tUsi r. J Utf on lemon grass! risulue and blackstrap moil

With whose consent'! Yours or mine ? The consent child should lerm how to M\\'im. The Reel! f sky young; slitHits Hit bniad. lieart-sliapnJ, .ka\es are ((-S IIHKSI H 'va.the general Plblc opinion]. that skinny! I loriiUr8

'I', ''t'( people) of the United States The consent of the Croat: chapters in most ", ., d'1 :' No-onlv' their own. This fantastic series! of I aid, parents should urge their children to attend these .nling fondit.;tins. :No ffort bas IHVII made to date. in .Fkirida Intix r T .* experimental starch plant at Clewiston. pilot pi

nmenu. of which every human being /should< have I ctassea.' /
''I ni't vv ledge and at least the light of casting a ballot ot'lI. Iitsallliv' to make) this summer a safe ummii lete '! 'lI ,h I they pnKlnct in .tits| cI.uae| tin- oil.liearing nutslmli Iwxt f' Gm sweet po'atoes! -pointed the way to ulilizalul

I I. l -i fnn. i- being carried on in super/< -secrecy in brazen : 'ervone |practice Kafetv Keep your children off the :roods'I tin' TIM.OIL frit I .\/(.iir In ford\ a distuiguislml' and taluabk \st area Of undeveloped land for a new ataple

n :ante ol all human lights by a little bind of scientists i I I Si!! : eeU' Observe) all attic laws vourself' ) Have your I :."p HI not til 1101i.!... There', was nothinj complacent or static about
l'1 They have taken over the right of decision! for then I vehicle inspected icguhil I and check vourtues. .\:MIIOSltlStVrC.XLENbE: : (ruin Tnirmal .ticks K a Eiiinjf operatien b. Sugar He deeply rc enr.

2 .i1, tact violation of every precept of freedom and Precaution and care will prevent an palling total I Irsv: spiixxlv tree with slinil lirantlKt. and lima,g. putk.ln..pin' '' ,C'ra.1 subsidies and curbs on protlurton-an atM!
ti"m t i' cyPEPPFP t I I of tiagedv Protect the childien''! i I o indilits. nod. twins IIif xi.tinyr ynmlli u .heaxilx tlmlitT.] xtiili' ,iI I which: he had and Mill has tympa1'

: II .. tough Itntberv l'ast's. }.-I iiuUt. king, oxal with sharp tips.. f-kis.\v. F.orda.d"ly| resents federal curbs holding us back
I OUT OF STEP RACE PROBLEM IN REVERSE J k L.IWII This 'is an exrrgreen Ine111.. a dense t.-p Mutable. 'fur's. I P oducinuRar fnr our nation in favor of Cuba.
ml pi,intuits. ritrto. uican imports
:-IU'tUI' I 1't'l'pt'I' opposes! the remedial: legislation ab)kd Imagine the situation:' writes John Temple diaves .\:\ riDESl111( 'SltS. tl* Bio\t from Trcmnal .%sfa. u air : lie ha, the>) confidence of the area-a value In J
!I r too I the I'leMdent! of the tinted :States on Saturday to "if the percentage of negro population to totI in each ditnii-sue tree with .i sliort slender" musk. and sknder. 1..J.illg..1 I IF ?:ii worth millions or dollars to the U. S. Sugar (01 s'7l

ml Hikes! against the govtinment He is quoted in ai s' ute, North and South. were! about 1 15; or 20 rather 50 in t' I loii). bruin Inets und INK His: are oltrii slightly druupi Innn "..ilthl l I *:.d Stuar. Florida just does not understand how

i I'' dispatch as stating he would !give up his seat in the Missippi and four in New \oik a5 in Georgia and five (n' tillage lie, fasts are 4-ti iJ(1t'II( lung ", ..I. simnMli, dork grmi. I ire pvedlj astute firm could sever ite connections with
Si "iI' lather than support the Presidents prjgiamri ir Illinois as! now If thrt should happen would be will- small iiicoiibpiiuous flowers' lire tarried in spikes.. and are. succttxlcdb I g .nUI' tot organization and development.

'!'raps that would be us well. At least Mr Pepper Jilt to place! a small bet that the :Nptional Associction for iittractixe tnull red tu tlaik trails ulmli stnnetinMn air Lun* insuli
.ei/ ubiiit hu case to his own constituency in Floiida t tie! Advantcrient< of Colored People would find it nece profusion that the tree luuks\ like M l"'iI\'il.n. hulls; of sunutV :. T-US: BANKRUPT NATION

Tin suit would surprise him, but he could then retire to i 8i ;y to give far more attention to lighting race dl cl'imn"! i old tree In the Faudnld! Tiopnal Garden )lu pruduted uuslub' The dinner 1
I practice of law and the :North than in the South and would have It used! fur and started with cream of tomato soup :
private forget politics a ion in to ill huff in a 11< 11'.011. is |jellies prn<<'nn. Tins u a train
1 re trouble with :Mr Pepper is that he is", out of step) h I\'e headquarters in Birmingham rather than New I lur.lv, ) semi-exergieen: tree fur general: planting but it is diflnult topropiiiltte : and i sour+t. was a giant nb roast with mashed pol.1,1s
Soft <
with) his home people ; out of step with the majority of York because of the lesser racial feeling here" I from sied.. I tO patties brocoh.'. of butter rolls of white four were len'ed'

thi. pi',iple of the countiv. It would hardly be overstating And that situation rosy vet arise if cotton picking \:STIDLSMMONTStl; : ; : I. from Ja.a, is; a email cwmpact trw : Ice cream There to a plate.| ert was applewth :s

J it to say he is !out of step with sound Ilovernment-Braden.j machinery and celery cutting machinery continues", to be xxilli a round dense bead. of small dark green oval Iraxrs 2-3 kolas| j The speaker cleared was coffee with cream bank r.'
1 ton HeraldNX substituted for negro labor-bantord Herald. I, long .\. an iiriiuinental it is a Very pretty tree with abort tenmual he his throat "We are a
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third submarine telephone cable .
I rt.RIIT : I to -upply the normal local) demand I '' -" '''' 'f"': --
Scientists '; ___
made loosely on the bottom, in and Surveying Okeechobee LUMBER CUT
me oren (for timber which will be
:on by across St Lucie River about 30 I 7

, \ Department& Tele- feet downstream from the downstream To Probe grown in the state Estimates of ______
!' ,l'OCpocatJon aIde of the highway Lake Fishing Methods DECLINING Florida annual consumption in

'"t\\I york, 1139 bridge across the said watern'ayon I prc-v;ar yean approximates \ George Robson I'I
: Atlanta 3, Oeorptnnll State Road No 4, Stuart I (TIrF.nl Palm BurhlIn 'stoner urging that each commun 400,000,000 board feet for all I
Install a Florida. a recent talk in Belle Glade The Pl'OduCUonor ,
1 t> organize a sportsmen'sclub. varieties of wood.
before the Lion Club. Earl) to work in conjunction) board feet of lumber by Augment this normal demandby WINS INDIANAPOLIS .
I : Rifou of Stuart, district Ul"CU-j 1 I with the Came rirnimtfarirm and malls during IHS stands growth in population and Industry a

' I DRESSED HENS, FRYERS ,I tine officer for the 4th District) thus sort out a mutual program cent below the IMS and the delays contingentto \ RACE AT AVERAGE

I, State. Fish and Game commls- :II lot th interest of both. research division! of the the war and Florida Is ren- : ..
EGGS Mon stated "ThIs I )I'
FRESH YARD commission Ricou states that the Commission State Chamber of U:red still more dependent on ,
Is not out to jeopardise or confiscate urge: that all sportsmen or, SPEED OF
brought out today In Its other regions"Certain!
LINE the commercial tuning Industrialists who hare unablt'I
may matters basinets review Immediate causes of
FORGET THE REST"1NS I on big lake Okeechobee in which in relation to their businesses I tt was stated that the decreased cut are evident: : M. P. Ha
BEST- 110
THE many people] are Utally ta- I feel I frt* to consult the I national! production has lack of labor and the narrow \ 114.820 1p' I Ij
rested\ .
' (rt r If it ran be shown" Utter as it is only by this means in the same period. the ing margin between profit and .
\ FEED STORE that It Is not for the brat Interests that troublesome questions tan I decrease was six per cent. cost These two explanations j

\ t that such commercial be snU'd and the local viewpoints I than that for the nation however, are not I sufficient to ,,
AVE PHONE 311 seining be eliminated This question I be secured.He I whole account for the long-time decrease -'
CLER ( will be settled here October I states that while there hare "During- the 20 years : I .
' 1 I. on findings of a Government I been many appi'caUons from I ing 1939, the '
11I1I ------ Florida Iwn For this there Is only one
I technician who is now making clubs and 1 : /5
private parties men averaged more than a answer: Floiida rannot expectto
a complete survey of fish food who lealands! for their own II board feet annually regain I Its position m the

I fish population and other Items elfish\ hunting and fishing for time the general trend fild: of all type, or 1 till'>t -I pro
ARN DANCEEVERY entering Into the picture the commission to stock their l I downward the -./ I I .1 uch unless con?1'' ?I Icon i prar,
] "Our final deCllonI'JU; be streams and preserve with fish! noted. tIes: are more tlOI"! i 1'l1h! .trnvnted. -
WEDNESDAY NITE based (entirely on this cxp-rts and game, the some always is : Florida Till soon be \'"" ''he u\ir\ IphLI/.d i> !
Ili.d.ngs, and will\ not without NO'That so J long as be is a member -
falrnras and justice to all concerned of the commission Setup I i I -- --- r all

KERSEY'S If seining Is not found I that such state suppU would
PAUL I deterlmental to the big lake.I, be ;placed and bedded only in For REAL ESTATEOPPORTUNITIES .
(her out decision will\ be favor- open territory where the public
MELCDY PLAY BOYS tnt the continuation of a business : as a whole could bare advantage
I which has thrived on the I lof such propagation SEE

I, SHELDON BAKERMASTER ('lake! tor the past 50 yars I Alto he says that Florida needs
" lie also stated that it had I .1 lot more men who are sportsmen -
OF CEREMONIES beer found that the lake was" 12 months Uvstead of three OTTO K
far overbalanced] with" the crop- I months of thE rear as wen asa

i pin family of fish as against all lot of sportsmen and conser- I
LOG CABIN '' other t t'peA which Is one claim I \ation clubs who will see thatxuch REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER 1

" I ii. favor of the flt.hcrmnRicou sort is earned on and Next Door To Stuart News
Is also becoming a mls- protected I

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M.tell 1 a/ Admission'1 Couple! I Florida Will Continue FavoredFor COMMERCIAL and AERIAL

Air Over WIRA Every Tuesday, Thursdayand Army Forces TrainingI : PHOTOS 1y .

Saturday 6l45: p.m.
' I Florida ideal conditions PHOTOGRAPHS WILL HELP YOU MAKE THAT 111 X11
I' year for the! oid and the blind
,,.=.,,,.=ooot=--oo e I, and facilities for yrarI: plus another $3.000000 from SALE
, :11'0unDaUon(\ : that flat
federal source test:ad of $&.- PROMPT
brought the Arm Air Forces to

' the state 10 years ago, again ''The 000.000 as originally general ruled provided.that TROPICAL PHOTO SHOP 1o. I I
SEAMITEMARINE put Florida in the running last attorney 11 I1t 1
'I, a portion of the 1937 welfare act 11l
Meek for still greater air dcivclopments -
which appropriated S3,400400 Krueger Bldg. Next To Western Union
in the near future
o I annually out of the state general -
As the Ann\ Air Forces shifted i I
. ENGINE I venue: fund was not upset -- -
I from a war to peacetime orI I I
I by later legislation and in addition -
', runizatlon it had in the plannIng -
STURDY LIGHT i Lacing now produce: up
I ; stage! hitherto undreamedof Need A SIGN Quick?
to $7.600.000 a year also appropriated
expam'ons In jet and rocket '
i 0 to old assistance
Big Reserve:: of Pulling Power research calling for the ei>Ublithm are

d : nt of a $300,000.000 expertI School boards may construct KING S I G N S ALL KINDS t
Mutt Be Seen To Be Appreciated I ntal center: and other developments buildings or additions costing J J[ | j J

i 1 les than S10000 on a day labor cI
,I FISHERMAN'S DREAM Army Air Forces engineers are basIs Attorney General i Tom TRUCK WINDOW SHO-CARDS

i mmcoking! a site for this center :.Va-jwn has advised State School REAL ESTATE WALL I I
; Exclusive Agent For when, the Air Forcts will( carryon Si'jxrinte-ident Colin English i I I
Martin and St. Lucie Counties o!I research In suprr-nonle aircraft f an:: budding: costing mot : ;I It
C'g, o t space rockets guided mis- the: has the board must let 300 Old Dixie Hi-Way P. O Box 501 Stuart, Fla, I ( t t' I (
sirand electronics The re- it out 1h.. towers bidd-r
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: QUII''mnts are: I1A! coastal -- I vt
I area; '2' Large blocks of economical .

, el'ctrlc power continuously -
( I 00.TRIP
Phone 156-R o available for a potter load 0,0
D I 101 I 1000000 horsepower: '3''
I Large quantities of the coldest .
oco OC70OOOf 8 1 po-sible water having a relatii'- \
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-- l\I high natural purity with rio- i eal { \
>pect to mineral content ono
a' :
1 corrosive characteristics. .4
TOMMY'S BAR Temperature clear weather: eon '. RAYON CORD
dillons! : Ili< Adequate transportntion 4J I
and communication fact
i 1' r lities; 16.> A location near main: PiQla-
I.e trunk rail lines and highway

e'II Liquor Store i7> Space for surrounding all

'IIm II,Ids C' q thrilling' Indianapolis! "Stkt-mile'Saeep.I! fate. J t... t.
The requirements are CSAOII ( THE to 50,000 mile of ordinary dm in!:. And! this ..
\ Holly those that attracted the year, for the twenty-third consecutive time, rire.!tone :
1n I'la cr I Air Force to Florida in 1938 Tires were on the winning car. -
, |Viand ate met Ideally by Florida
IIY Imagine the punishment those tire !took a< they
\ offerIngs The only qu-stion IiI pounded anJ pulled over the grinding) tearing\ blistering
Where can find the choice of a particular secI -
you I pavement at speeds far faster than you will c\cr drivel! .'
,t anything in tee line of I (lion Could you ask for any more convincing evidence of ,
I I The project )Is being directed yr 'i I extra safety and extra wear? _

J liquor.client by Maj Gen Curtis E. LeMa) When you buy new tires remember that your life r-!
i Dllllt chief of air start f foi may depend cm their safetv Why take chance when "Ii

1Jl 1 research,, Firestone De Lute: Champions cost no more than .
RECENT- 0>INJbNS -BY ordinary tires,? Come In and see the new rayon cord
Firestone De Luxe: Champion Tires todav

Mixed Drinks ATTORNEY GENERAL ORao"" .
: Expense of the second primaiv
which in some counties i

TOMMY SAVAS had no county candidatis on the as
ballo: must be paid like any

' general election cost with the
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county paying Inspectors and
I clerks Attorney General J. Tom ---j.O
, 1 Watson has written T J Jtnnlnut 80,000 tinges around the world-Killlon miles.That's the distance '

Jr.. county Judge of Clay
county Judge Jen.Jngs had inquired civilian trucks and buses travel every year on Sinclair Lubricants.. tlU I
ST RECEIVEDLID if the state should pay

I IIJ the election expenses since only Truck' and bus'operatorsjsclect'Sinclair'Lubricants because 63
state' can "'Idates were Involved
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In the second primary. be counted wear'and breakdowns f "UP' TO M%MORI NONUP' TO 12% IONGII r
they to
,.I I a can on save help prevent UP' TO 55% STRONGER SKID ANGUS-N... MIIIAG-\\' .-....l". I I \.11
' Veterans cannot count their New ltavon ant .itamic Ruhhrr'
'en time In service as applying on .in the'tough grind of hard war dut).;Sinclair Lubricants of thesame'highqua1hfthat Sure J Cor J Body 5.61SsftlGrlp Hive. Tread pro.fManl tern proec< I' t;
extra Uei nln protection: don Kainu weatheragainae .'
CAR LOAD homcssteadlng\ time. Attorney protection (
| blowoult. aasin.t ikldJlng and wear
General J Tom Watson advised : : safeguard fleets-of trucks'and buses are \ j 1
Hilliard Allen, Service officer of i
All E
t ofWayne Hernando county at BrooksvUle: Sold by jour Sinclair Dealer to protect your car. I,
( ,
The attorney general pointedcut i THE SPEEDWAY

:11r r that there Is no law au- I So see your Sind Dealer and let him lubricate: G!" $ FOR YOUR PROTECTION ON THEHl6riWJVY; ,t
FeedsSCRATCH thorl/lng such a credit If a -
veteran wants to homestead t $ '
: state land, the law under which I "3 c w i

' ) credit he must for apply time does in service.not give him I iStop-\\'here j-oa'see.the Sinclair.H-C: Gasoline:sign. OP'M Coleman's Home'and

Six million dollars has been M i ,
added to the money availablefor i'
old pensions and aid to the Auto Supply I t An
i blind by an opinion from Attorney -
J / / General J. Tom Watsonto l ,
n I
Comptroller J, M Lee which I
le directs that certain unexpended Phone 147
PHONE TCI STUART i FU. funds ba made available for the B. D. FULTON Agent ; ,,

" old people and the blind. Under ,

.fC' ST1MMELL PHONE 210 the Watson interpretation, the LUUn to th. Vole of Flmtone every Mond.r ..,onln a eve NBC. '
state will have $11,000,000 this t PHONE 315 j -_- ..._ ,''t I 1 1t"l

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J (!;I2etulrt! \c1urNIIIIIIII1111111111IIHnnItxlIt111p111Il1D I lill' MIIIIIMMiniltllMIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIII: FOR SALE Farming as 'A Way of Life' Better than Aim t thf,i'h P.n! ,,"<("til' win credit grade Jailed 1 for nextiar to'summer pass' will work.o? CHURCH I ESSAY 'IIIE E

/llllllllllllllllllUiaiMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIISPECIAL. ., N. I" I .mvl.t., Student Declares Fees are payable In advance DIRECTORYFIRST I (('''01'' ,
,111.15-. ., ,hi .h.". Of Making Big Money and a one dollar deposit will be' it
.. ., I .h.. I'" laaled.v' .
) "
.. ., ., for each book
.I."u" -- -- i hav beencoverlne

..,,' '01" .. ... ..-.. K........ fee will b. refunded whenih ._AJJJJJ, IIcl
-- Edllor'. Sole Thrcratir. .. .h Fein. mode bo' f..on Slu.rt huh ascertain if the demand -
l fl [ k ... .. II hu. I I.., ". .1 Sat'",!" Hod' FFA I".tr't' ont..t .t. Fort Loo..I. .. In order to ? book is returned. The tum- REV' PHLA? MASNELk Pasta
.I' of
: I stn, ,. 'n. '. ,.Inn I. ..d tho Sl.r'.i 0' .,''h .... >w.rdrd. I.1 ..t.. .in Ih. > 7ur."F.'rmir. '' warrants the !school. June IT cartel
I, I" ...d. fur uWI. .o..kl.' .| log'n.nrnl. H. wu ..h.dl.ul honors .. CI. "".. ..d wilt .n( r Sf'.sIon111'. begin aandsyrh ; Ra5dar 5-hash. terestint.several .
l.lUr ol' June .... t.l. : Fees' (for junior and senior and .....,p.
.nelnr o room..d I I'I TlllM Ikr ".... cent. at l C.lnr.vlll m Ihr p. least 20 high school ) 1ft w Nonl.a ..
.. ,. Nst. 1.I .; ..:. will b.. .. ', ."t.n, ml.r Ihr .H-ftUlt I lomprtllion I In JulK. hlRh school courses will be H at jiV ", T.'; U.t I
will at *
,. 20 elementary' students ;:: ::: :: haenioa: ; W"ltll' found
ebereh : income
subjecu.tlO. ? ii ill tb.
for elementary Inalnt.lsrd
POSTWAR AGRICULTURE ; the equivalent in ubects. A forHn. ehlllOS url.l '
I >, h-- Rlaiaa.l tend-or ... rt .1 i imittcr
/ : and 1 I or three subject: for J25. Iba.n.....t_. I
..,. (
Emerson Kramer "
Rnl rtI By High school pupils must be repeaters W.- .
I II : If
---- I 'propose to Speak to you thi evening tin a subject ) if more than one course: corners OFFERED: i I Po I youngstfi

I: .t \ f I-h' It 1::."'I I..n;:;.;; led U.I.feel.. I I that b of vital interest! to all who are concerned with the I U taken. If only one course Is to be ofi 1: FIRST Sol.BAPTIST... April t'

j .r I Ia, .1. Itl.h, Miriou nupectn of Post War Agriculture. I taken. only one-half credit is Here are the courses ELDER C. K. SAKES Pasta a girl ti .

)' '"". 'p."" During the past year we have heard and, road much allowed If the student U NOT a Kred.! Senior high. U. S. His- .....,-.. M.dsF It....... trades '" '

I. : 'h -I" ,: ; .:iJ: I I 8fll'iclihurE, which means njrriculture after j tOI)'. English 0 and 10. and 11:05 Ioa a. m.w.. Ma.olnr .....bl...
2."t....... \4 H....h.1 about port-war/ repeater. < : .. waNlOfr mttted A
="_ following the war. Much of will World History: Junior high alit.; .c...nnar rrk
: I or Elementary school pupils I C m. : s late the ,
r., ", :II J "'' ,T; from men whose ;, MERRY MONTH OF :MY I history- geography and arithmetic W.Ia sdaps. .
I "fj: W --- I this comes : THE not be given credit for a complete I : Po m. MI.- PI5V.t wettra also nair i

,tlU" iw ,....] '," A J- : ., ., .', ...nmrl.e.. knowledge of agrlcultiue\ comes IS Itil FOR DAN CTPII1 II I II years work. For Instance!, elementary. 5th grade.Jelal l THE CHURCH OF COD also the <
h .. but who have had EnRII. h. arithmetic
'.' and I" from books. I I a 5th grader may not go to I Part 5.0311 nounccciSevrnti,
jjwgairly HAttAXTIC it r".r' '1 Dan Cupid felt the summer English.'alithml'lIl' .
little or no practical experience summer' school and take Oth : !studies. 6th grade S. R. Wllli.nn r .rChurrk
I slump In business last month I studies. UrBool 10 A. M.yjar .
,..11 nL with their and social 1 11t
out on he land Blade' work and be' admitted to .. "*. Folly Rh)
'' v
''t chalking up on five marriages -- --- Sant
rolled --- -
sleeves up. durinMa j Friday X.tt.1/ YPE. t:55: gtr. s prnBobby t
/ ) !
O-U _
COtlITAIli,1111t2IINri ht, .arhtilt' I As a matter of fact agriculture ,. County Judge Artbui R. ClonU 1> HOW CAN HELP CLEAN UP ( ST. JOSEPH'S! CATHOLIC Bi>' .

;, : was just -as Important after i TS C..".1... *v'.... Annr WM.
...,. 'h I
II j reported the following appllca- Be cure that your own Gf.AIIr...'...
I First by cooperating yourself. REV. T. J.
BTUAKT. FLORIDA rt, \I.n 01'i.' the other war. and always'during I tlons for marriage licenses to' clean and sanitary. II IIprfmises ....... x.a'.r aund3F .. S aad Ita. WoodhaltWfster :

times of The are .... ,
WHEN AVAILABLE: peace. Edron F. Pt-aslee and Margaret Moat ., .. .. .11
.. "
to cooperate.
neighbor k DU
...... ,. .,I" .. I .. ,. I of the world must come Second by Betting your .
'n wealth,
...r..... jRa.l C. rainier' of Lake Park; Robert pecpl will readily respond when it is pointed out to r.M.rot.''F'';d,'"''Jii'; 't?,ht'.ndul.l!' A.rS. Emily t
.. and from the I
.... from theIt'a.. I .. Ritch '">
II. McCallum and Frances actions causing a health 3 I and II "
... a 1 .. earth. and from what Is under them' that their thoughtless are w.. d..' and 0
W. T. FACET Local People May Buy A Jeanne Stafford. Stuart; W. C :i hazard. C. ,.f...,.... .ti'lurSilTi. 10 i r. "* Ray
the surface of the earth: and .. SO lock am' '
Fletcher and Vivian Kay Col and continued violations j'juMrf Club T sad
TtLKPHONC CHOICE HOME SITE Third by reporting flagrant I I W
i= all food to sustain life must .
aM.a Junf'M.
-- Right In the City of Stuart the water and from line West Palm Beach: Edward I i to Dr. M. W. Meyer Director of the Southeastern FlorIda I Il : .
from bell disc'
For W. Starr and Beverly' E. Compton Health District P. O. Drawer E, Vero Beach. SCHEDULE 3/UARTRYICLS :
I the Mdl. Th human race would W'st Palm Beach Richard'': I SL'MMEIT. "'oUtY'5. FrankII!
LOW SUMMER PRICES! $1.00 DOWN AND be bad If it had to live : H..b \......-.,."
in a way Winkle 8
i WEEKLY D. Bass and Inez King of Fot: TO TIlE CITY AND COUNTY Just as important 'h.,. h "b.I :
I entirely on fish and fowl and Pierce. health I I'I'I, M..nrr 1'n,., .noJ 8+r, pelka. '-*
Small Apartmcnttltd S.. I ar a county nurse i I. full time city and county I.t. amd.r ,n Mnntb.. I II
of certain creatures.
thi flesh I Pede.er 1
order :; : ;
LEWIS E. DAWSON ------ -- inspector whose Job it would be to discover and ;p I mmnbnEPISCOPAL

RoomsGREYHOUND VICTORY HOTEL Drains fruits and vegetables' : CSTREATril: : BONDS\ cleaned up all violations of the sanitary code. He couldbe I I SERVICES and W 1E

I f.niih the bulk of what Tk.r Stoat Th MI.sisted E
I tf :: goes'' \IHD E.nlnlloo kept busy six day a week exposing and correcting 120 watt SI. .M.rr'

luto the world's food basket. IN: ( IIt'S1'UrltT) mosquito and fly breeding spot passing on general I REV.: R. M HSSTOX. SI-A.. IImor <"t! ',

Thus w' readily see how Import- sanitation: ordering breeding spots cleaned up ; so .. .. Halt 0"'...""'",. I R. Lh': '
LODGE ... Scb' ...l.
'iiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiitiiiitniiinimiimiiiiSERVICES l l The spring term of county ,, a .0. IV.-rli'
nt !I' agriculture.Fin the Fanrthind. brachtl<
and making Martin county worthy of name pro II I 'u' .. m. -f.'" S.aond
I court disposed of US cases dur- .... IlabI .
., M outhio'man
Cmden Avenue : OFFEREDiiHiimiiitiittHiiitmimmiimmiMiii thousands of years tilling j efou. Mr.> Ran. .'
( tht. two weeks with gressive. I .na,, i
Ink _
I past ape .
I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I: i the roil or farming! or the I --- Evan (
Stuart. Florida If firoxlmnt ly $3.000 in estreated I A BOUQUET FOR THE CITY ALL SAINTSU Mrs Te:
d,''i-ifiiUurnl' work of man was .v.! .* I
'. ,0. bonds being mined' Into the I 1o."Ie. wII l b. mni..4. I. ....k rWUI..J :
-- I rr riled' on In a vary primitive county coffers. The- City uf Stuart. dt-scivex. high ,praise for securing MappfJ

'I;. '- t- .-->.- .' .1-MI-knee P..... '' '..i.\ In some areas a little land I Iome Most of the 50 dcfendents who Inc piililic use" at u cost of mly $3.007 the beautiful new! II.FIRST.. METHODIST G. Aldrldl" CHURCH*. p*.l..r C.Schwa-F H.,, .
LOW SUMMER! RATES '' -' -' "< !" .. Corp. U '\upturned with a stick; In :souse' i i ( '1.11) on the riverfront. a 45 A.... .. ...d., 5,5-I
i ...:.:.. -- -- :... I tailed to npptar weie charged ....a.. A.M. Psi !t. N'rr.bin Iter. J. J.
; regions a man guided n This liufMiiitr oiijiinall.v rest. in excess of $35.000 ; ., :
n. h.
\' h 1.,1 1 AIR I rl .too. easa I with motor vcliicl- violation. All. k.rh.nl.

Three Apartments I ;I .,'' I I i.' .,-I"..1n'.M. 1I..al l Work if i tude sort of a plow while his cases came under the category and) it in u .<-..fe j'"umpti"n111ft\ its, l'nn"t'r'uti'ff'nlut' on -I'.. I'.d M.th.M. ,'..i..,thdraon..rfr', "-.,...."? 1hC't...

IS Room r l rue did th? pulling; and in offenses with 73 In-I .oilii.v' market. 1 ix above S.VMiOO.: RehabnrV.a.
I soinr-, places even today can bpMO IM-I-II for FIRST e.-'Mti
I volvliiR motor vihlcle ]I The comrnixKion has quietly more! Ik. w.m.it Club
With or Without Baths tuck slow and laborious talili for I'R' rlHlll M A. tAHRltL. ."..'.r 1943 I
-- -. -- (Ihnu. a yes to get: this t ,>liniciit community u. i > "a a.t I m >
Cool and ComfortableOn IIIIMIIIHIItllllllimil'I'llllllMIIMIIIIM! mods' that It I is little wonder'' Jugs .WVII.MJIK: i I /and it.- present objective' i III> acquire all adjacent riverfront I I.II ., .. ...h. I LtliAl i

many people in backward countries II I liinil tn 1 tinnorthwnril/' (I'mpublic |ptu: 'k. yacht l>a>in CO"G.ECATIOUL, I .
the River ..... ,. ... famine and The ( librarian in'' BIBLE UNION .. NOTICE I. +
expeiienc a .
.. .. position ui foul! ginatal 'ri-crctitioii |mrujsi-s.| Palm C.If.I' t (OMPI I ,
( 1',1'
die of starvation. But I the FlorIda -- ..- ------ / IIARIII'-: I. PAC'KARD
I" 1', ", actually the Medical Library of a .0. Scndq ,41.05.II
'.. '
I even' in countries where agriculture State Board uf Health In "". M.nmr xaublp.PRESBYTERIAN I' JudN.l; i C,

f Phone 9155 tf i! I '.1, .. .."., for years and years was Jacksonville I is vacant and i>ftons '- Stress Canal Scenic Values COMMUNITY" \ i CaaiYt. ,
.t. II'
I I'I/ ,In., '. carried on sensibly, modernly.and with tralnlnii and experi- Hok CHINCH S.uiid 5511.5: / i iGEORGI. I

'. Mn. s"111111I11111I11111I11I1111111111..11111111111111 Intenslv?ly. the war so disrupted sntf! In library work ar' urged' Center of Florida REV. T.: C "..U.G. Pasts 11t
things that we are being to communlcat" with thf Merit! 11..I M-miri, worihlp.

SALEtlhlllllllllllllllllhhlllllllllllthlllilll WANTEDiiiiinimHiiiiinuiiiiiniMiiiiiiiHiiiiiii called on to stave off famine In System Office of the Florida CHRISTIAN. SCIENCE_ SOCIETY OF I I II

!' I \ I many far away places. In our : State Board of Health and Crlp- I Ki.s&imnue June 6 ''FNS'' Gc-ntal: Florida. C..t STUART Feottk Stoat I !, TIIEF'ftK ,I' .. E

III I. I tt'.ireM I own country.. which was not'' ;:!I' d Children's Commlslson In The advantages of the Under th proposed plan. Ti- II .. m. ihurr-h .*rvi.... ,
.': '' .' ." .... t.\ ..I ,'.. 1rdI '' --I'rmi' GF.tlkr.F: :
,.. ." '. ., 1'. r... I! over tun and subjected to havoc. Oalnesvtlle for full Information waterways to be constructed I ni.sville 1 would be connected with ---- ..... I

-I--" -. -.- -\4,-,, 'J" by the war. and where agriculture ''' concerning\ qualifications salary, 'i' imd' the proposed Florida ,,'a- !-jl'! >unmee by a canal which THREE VETERANS N. ,

4'" I ..... 'i E i is carried on In an intensively and other details.A ter conservation and flood control would give small boat owners f ENTER STETSON dto ,

.,IM.'.". : : I ; :., r< U I I scientific way with much vacancy also exists for a { plan are given! too IttUe at- c1os:-up of the calm. mystic St j L.' "'h.' I IM
'1..._ ,, 1', >:: 'n. Donald Burroughs Henry ,. .
wd 'par ; I of kind of modern Nuuitlonist! In theBureau of
..... .... 1'- :. every equipment ,,, untion In the opinion of MerrickI Johns marsh. From Ocala would Beckman. and Bob Knowles.all ,,, .
I IS II IinagiglolitDriutiullnnuuuuunumLOST, I and where granaries are Nutrition Investigations and I! M. mil editor of the Kl&slmmeeGazette. come another canal that would Jr. ...., b
-- -- service will leave
I with and wheat Services. Only applicants with veterans l,1 adaf "
m i bulging corn !; take the craft through a veritable I
& FOUND and where for food degree In food here Jun 15 for Dcland here ..
SPECIAL animals supI b chemistry nutrition While the prime purpose of fairyland of citrus.A ,

:HIMIIIi.. mnlllllllllllllllllllllllll"( I fi.rifiim.if/ f on' ;INI;.,' 1/\:; ,\ I home economics and the plan tor which, Col. A. B. 12-foot: channel from Kls- they emir Stetson University 1 oar"", E

I'' $1.00) Down",, Then $1.00 I I' ,.. ., I.. ",. ..r,, I I -- with experience In nutritional Jones resident engineer of the simmee through the Kisslmmee June 17 for the CI accelerated! at h.
.., .. H. .
I I \\ four-year college training. They
NICE .. \ .., I'I FOREST P. TRALLESIS work will be considered. Quail- Amy In Jacksonville has been' River Valley would enable mar- ,' ak..' It.I. .
BUYS A HOME .' vR .. .'. I I4 NEW PRESIDENTOF lied and interested applicants will continue thlr schooling the I. ...
holding a series of hearings.! f 1- In: tourists to return to the day n. t
SITE -. ---. SUGAR COMPANY shoiild communicate with the year-round with brief spring 'h..hl' .
: cattlemen citrus ''of the '
Right In the City of Stuart .:' : : : .\!l ra Office for information. to protect Conquistadors. Reedy 3nd fall vacations until completion I ICc
I ,. .
Central l
and farmers of
Buy Now Before Prices : : ;::; > I Clewiston. June 6 FNSi> i I __ __. ___ Florida growers from extremes of water I Ccek: swamp with Its marvelous ot the regular' course. WOo..,

Co Up .. > Forest P. Tralles. St Louis attorney Th snake'- stomach I is IOl'a.t'dII' levels the 12-foot canals of the stand of cypress would be Justi The trio has rented an apart- .; ,

See .,,...t J t.._h.f.r. \I..'" who last wet k was named' the !!nn part of the body. | plan would glv? small boats an i I one' stepping !point on a cruise ment near' the campus having

LEWIS E. DAWSONVICTORY president of the United States --- opportunity to explore' virtuallyI through the nation's 'last frontier gone up Monday with Burroughs' ..'. ... ,.
HOTEL CHURCHES OF CMRItT. KIEMTIST Sugar Corp.. has left for his unknown Jungle territory In mother. Mrs. \v O. Penney' to T T 0"" ,
!lit I "'.LY, U''E AXI. : SCHOOLCOURSES I mak final .. ... .
... home after a week spent' here arrangements for "
r \ "I, T. iliJ T of '* I.1-- --- ----- .
h d", I Le. wad .Ir, Inspecting: the large sugar starch ;ollege entrance and living! M.t I
--- -- "wn .. innnabJunr --UC i1
...., '. and cattle prop 'rtls. I quarters 1I
.. ,. Thr Lod Hf
Mr. Tralles said he --
.he lI\ln. God ano! was II NOTICE OF 1"1
I H. oath ably Impressed; by the outlookfor I I .
h. M h. bath ATTEND "
., ) hi. w.'.d..m. the agro-industrial center' CONFERENCE de.iun. .,

650x20 ..t., :. 1..lt.h. II....... h, built here around the various DURING SUMMER i The' Rev. Wilfred O. Aldridge. t"141.: 20,5'

8-Ply Rayon I h..11 'om.ri". Everglades enterprises of the i pastor of the Methodist cburch. tilt Cir.of" .
.. h. luU".,.. f...... r
r. .. 'In, Gal' rroat. sugar company and by the and Evans Cral') lay delegate' Juki., ,., "
TRUCK TIRES ,.1.arh., And n..' character of the 'i axe the tlou. too.
., key operating Ro>.ro< Rollins. superintendent attending annual state ,
Also 't.,' h tad mad.. and I -I
r ..",'I. And lb.b n.' personnel he found. No changesIn : ,,,01 p-iblic instruction aiinnunce'l church conference in Daytona V...., semm
SEAT COVERS ., ."or. ... ,. .,,'h ., Atoa ,
1:1.11 personnel are contemplated. today that Ii .is many ;is 20 I Beach from Wednesday through I.'e.\\ ..,

I.. ,. ,o..m'o .1." ''', i "I., ,h. he said. c; 1II''l''I:1: dc-lrc-d by p.ipils! Sunday I
.. '
rem h. Ih..tnr II II
r I. v
RALPH ULMER MOTORCO. ,', .. ." ,. oh,1. II...,.., --- .---- this sum! n. 1'. a CTtillt-d imin'pi! Bishop Arthur Moor who recently I'A'
... ... .
I- L M.
.. .' rnt..... .....,,,., .. '" Tht Dominion of Canada hasP school will b'' conducted b> the returned from Japan and ,I Mat -

II. .," /I. I.. 'h. ,. greater area than continental IK\V )pimcipnl.( John Jolir.uick I Korea will prrside and will report -
I .. .. .'. 1N3W3SI I'' I
'H.," f II. 'o! ,. United States and his [I, ,lstant. Han. CWebb on his experiences In the I
't ,-, .I f I "".' I .. Pupil who wish to tulc( Orient. IN THE CIRCk.
< :IOtE: ABOfT Yugoslavia literally team Miinnuidrk\ I are requested to, Jobs MARTIN.

ic.iith, Slavla. or th rmmtry': oi! : \MihthesiipiMiiUciHl t ut LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTN i FLORIDA. IX
.1'. REGISTRATIONtt'lldance th"" southern Slav- .11'1 IIN "ui lire by next Wednesday ,1. .MARTIN THE COUNTY JJDCE'a COl.IIT OF
---- --- -

( "atilt, ,,. ,fl.ttl. t,1.' (tilt, 1 / _- NOTICE APPLICATION OF' INTENTION FOil FINAL TO' MAKE I
." 'I" / \
'0. I 11\ KMiAKI ..
h.s .,Ie .hy! in- TH..., l.arATE r
Lrti TO BF.M J N.>
: rN_ 'I r as' d. l-LAREXCK AbKINS SEAL. 2100', 1011HL'NTlM. !
The church pastor the Rev' 10 ALL. TO WHOM IT AY(OACERN' It M. baIAat '
SeIf.PrimingIRRIGATION Phil Maxwell has announcedthe I "' ...... Ia h.rabY .'Iran Sal 1 ..... rots ap6fa
tutu's. ma flu, capon as A......., .,....... DI......
follow In I volunteer workers hi la ..1 the, E..... uf (Taman A..I.. MondaF. tt.
PUMPS When )otelephone adl out to pro\III. K' ..i. ........0<1. b.i. I .... Ilia. my 1010. and a
oho will have 'harlt'11"0: EdBurye.vs. I "paltia fur foal d..b.... aad .... I deal 1.015 dIS. .,
sill aapla tu the HO..hk ..... .......,
piincipal. Mr A S "ervicerr 10 rural dwell.' .,... A. H.rtiii
) C.N
3,000 to 20,000 Gallons Per C.n..5 toum: 05,5 It
I Blair music director: Miss Wy- hold.. $ d.f 01 JU|,. |,,.. ITN P.44.
'Ifnf! -, :Mrs Williarn 200 FEET WIDE FOR user an area of hundreds' of 'for tb. .pro'.1 of tb..a..d. fa Coon and th. '.
f..1 .. ..
Hour Capacity. 'h. Anellkra. E_,.. lba II da, II
.... .
hu of ,...
Htyboer tho..an" of square, tulle in_nine Ialu. yogi le. goal ............ of Chaan Adkiu

uperintPiident.: < I. f Kick.II Th.. 5th dal of Jan.. I.... T. T. OtT.IITEH'Atturnri '
See .T. junior .superintendent. got a HEAL: JOB! l'IUtf'P: "'SEAT f.III. .
"d A. Ancillary. BrnJIIfi: ? .... .....,. ., 53. 101k j, .
:Mi < D D Fulton! prunarv MrsI "..n.. Adkin.nNa1.
No know Slit I..ut'rI'lan' OI.HT.tc..S' -uGiL AD'ia
W B..70IHb'KimiPrs. $3,700.00 one jour telephone Aliam.e for MnNlaa E..h '
Jmm c. U. 21. 21, nil. IN THE COUNT JROfMARTIN : ;

IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllOLfNTfl.RS .Company| nor I.i there anyone sore t'lIgc'rlo_ .re LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT COUNTtNOTICE TO tR4

I \ CALLED! ECTtTEYo. : '.
flintier lime telephone IN RE. .
d SPECIAL TO C.Eonollsr. FIIEI' J. "Oil'

The Martin ('oun', Chapter JICI, ESTATE (* ea"
'VIOLET .. and
LOTS $1.00 DOWN I is Bailing for volunteers in the We're hard at the job: using/ the l best. equip -'\ ......... e. IIUIIS.0" Miffed a.d F
haehv aotxid aad omhvd ehiM ml* tn ,
Produrtion Room. There are m..nt and "know-how". thai of Bell Snleniexperience' '. praseat a.F ...... a dem.N.bat ...k.r .f F.a *
$1.00 WEEKLY 500 shirts to be made years eau .or.. .51a 01 pw mar baa.. ".,,," K.: .... of rrrt "
baby 15. ...
of Vio/ot C. III..,. .......... .f ""W." C tti.-
These Lots Are Right in and cap- for Foreign Relief and research have l been able' to desire 4. at Nan,. Coat.. FbMS. ,. .... t. .... C.ta'3: l> ,
Cunly Jude of Monts air
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Town The articles can be taken out EDWARD MAPPRealtor Southern Bell (Iriirk and men are at thle ..,,_ I. .... Caay Cn Florid.H_.. H riortd 8t_". Flori.

If volunteers sill call at the heeomliigmore a .al....atnan,... 1._Fla..Cite.lIb.. ti.b .......... .0..... frotk.15.. >
See 11. "m Ifnisa
rooms for instructions and more frequent. sight" on the rural road i.dld..ad'" 'blo oath. .. Ea.1t .1.... ....... mast h I
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LEWIS E. DAWSON Mn. Carroll Dun omb., of the Southeast. 15. ... Off.. ._. u '.
Chairman of Volunteer 01 ,. to .__. t. lor u'a
VICTORY HOTEL Special b. 'b. '''...n.. .,. spat a atlaaa. kto. ......... alawn. I
tf I Services, and Miss. Myrtle P. O. ARCADE BLDG. 0'Ie lb.I..., .,11 5.o.. .... ..-4... ...nu. / I I1NY ;
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Dyer. Chairman of Productionare STUART FLA. PHONE SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE TELECRAPH Ttoi th. I7 19
making an argent appealfor COMPANY GEORGE W. Jaws r. 1C0bloP. l'A'
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'' fern. The church was decoratedwith -
I II palms potted plants and I Martin Allc> grad lIatf'd. from the 1 County
High school Friday to visit relatives and firends r Notes of Interest To Veterans
bougainvillaea night. club girls from all sections of course from Martin county ale
Alter a few weeks visit there
QrJGLEY The? bride was given In mairlag '- The young coipie\ will live at I thy' willlslt Mrs Jacobs, I BY ROSS niTRIM County Service OfficerIVSVRANCE the stat to attend the annual June Audtey Bowden Hgbe;! I

I gq D. by her brother Henry. the Elvervtw I apartments.I in! aughtei. Mrs. Eddie Smith, and 4-H short cours at Florida State Sound ; Joanne Clements Stuart 'Q"

Her uncle J. N. Robert, of Stuart whereMr Gardner is a I Mr. Smith at Long Island. : If you have and daughter. Kathryn and Colleg> June 10-14 ; Mary Alice UeLoach) Salerno I
I Ill\E:, _f3ftDNElttln Homest'ad was best man. The meat cutter in the Plggly-Wlggly Mr .and Mrs. Joseph Eden- ever had a National Service Life Ann of Foil Pierce I Girls who attend are selectedby l ; Lavonne Ooode and Billie -
Crane wedding march Was played by stoie 1 Hit A large crowd attended Held and family of Canal Point Insurance Term Policy and let I'I Mr Floyd Barkman and I their County Demonstration Brown. Indlantown; Velm ,. ',r
''ldrr.neJ, I III i Bainmnlzecl Winifred Pedersen wedding I were the Sunday guests of Mr. It lapse you can reinstate It father left Sunday for New York, agents on their records In club Savage Palm City. Miss Luclh
at Th* bride wore a dress of light end Mrs L. E DeLoach I now by the payment of two I where they will spend a months work during the year. Inscoe Demonstration agert
( Assmhly church blue satin with matching hat The perfect attendance for last Mr and Mrs. James Barbas premiums All you. have to do I with' relative Jerry Ehlpes will During the flvday course and Alice Ann Mithers, locrl '' "
Rrv. F.doctated. and veil and carried an arm six weeks at school are Javel I !>r. and children Barbara Harlem If send your two" premiums within I take over the ice business during the girls will\ live on the campus leader will accompany( them. j
Howard Telman Bishop in the application for reinstatement their absence and attend: classes
.' 'I bouquet of white gardenias 1 and James, ji ofClewlston taught by 6
:k .in* ,'cremonyd Luclle Wanton. biidemald, wore '6th, grad, and FrnncU Shamrock arc, spending this week at the No physical examination Miss Elizabeth Robertson returned members of the Home Demonstration )
aide: ,d? and groom stood I R soft pink crepe dress "with an 'I I 1st grade. home of Mr. and Mrs Bill Glen- I is necessary II I Saturday from a month I staff and college faculty. FOR INFANTS

c. _,n urn: decorated arm boquet of white IRI'dt'nlt:;, Penfect>> attendance for the non. Thl special reinstatement : visit with friends in Kentucky They will study subjects! lelatcl I
J f' .ItIlU- and Alfred Pedersen wa a.'lioCE I'' vchol year was( Javel Howard. John Duster< Erickson re- condition\ effective until Dec 'and Ohio. t to club work' A full program I IIf ALFAR MILK
--- .. lmu Bl "hu|). and Frauds i I iin"" I last "1. 1948 After that if you want Mrs. Sophls Harbrecht enter- < f recr'aun t .J nut ntertalnmentu ( 1
week monthsin
IK after 19
n. -_ = I Shaml'ock i I I IIi I The Best !Money Can Buy '
Pearl Hjrhnr Hnliio. marine to reinstate you will In most I i tained the following guests San- 11 plan rt d I
Mi and Mrs Wallace Earle I stivlci I f'-'t; l" governmentMis ; .nI tares. have to pay all back I: day at a birthday dinner: Mrs --- BUY BONDS "
Ii I (nd' 1 son. Tmiinlr, returned last Henry Voils entertained premiums, plus interest ,I Louis Schultz and Harry Schultz t,

i I ae'k, after tau weeks in Chat- I with a pinochle game at her Most veterans don't care much of White City. Mr. and Mis I ,
COLD4 i iH' and Nashville home In Jensen Beach Friday I tor National Service Life insurI Oscar Johnson of Stuart Henry Alfar Creamery
Mi and( MI Bill Arnold I In Its form because ) Frlck of West
and I Gwsts\ were: Mrs Mary Chand- ;ince present I Palm Beach and :. WEST PALM: BEACH
I mulv i and brllht'r.: Early of lei Mrs M II Martensm Mrs It is too restricted Con- IMr., and Mrs Elmer DeWltt, Mrs II'
I II : I I <456< Flamingo Dr Vhnnn 717745pfPE
ALF, lb. I I 1-011 n t PIN '. called on their sls- I I Chak Conrad ir of Salerno, Kress has undoubtedly I received f''Lil Carey. and Mrs Elizabeth BREAD
I i I'' Mis Shelby :McCulley and Shores Mrs P-Shores of Hobe i many complaints about the Johnson of Jensen Beach.
20 TO 45 LBS. EACHlaDORESSING ,milv F'lIl1m', They also att nd- 'I' Sound Mr. Marjorie Rich and I methods of payment naming I Mrs. Arnold Taub* was hostess '-

... ( r I the graduation of their noire, Miss Mary Louise, Bo)kick of f ; of:! neflclarles etc. because I I, to her bridge club at Seymour sInn i
I :ns" Shirley' :MtCulley, at the : East St. Louis, III.. noire of Mrs. understand thrt at present, Wednesday afternoon Two s, 't:
I i..1II1Ihell n Stuart I| Vorls. and Miss Ollle Kllday ofi there are many bills In committees tables were played and prize.
PINTJAR1GC i I :Mss Edith Earle returned !i Minneapolis. The prize was won I' covering changes in this 1 for high score "'ereI'on\ by Mrs. '
I i b>l1Jf' last tsrek Com: Maryville I by Mrs Mary ChandlEr. After I insurance It looks 1 Ikeo! we will R. S. Robertson and Mrs Lewis 1 1w

-- '- '. : ( 'lire,. T nickeriier( friend. the games refreshments w reserved have a fair chance of picking a I Gamble. Others present wen J
kLE PATCH DILL 'I'I, June Town'_C!. of Atlantic City I I policy more to our liking I Mrs. C. H. Alderman Mrs. C H 1
:,('c(mpinied! her !home for II took Insuranc: Alderman :Mrs! Her '
22.0Z. a : MM Emma Kindred who has you your jr < Adolph I Il
KIES. 7c .' e"k'r unit.Dick i t. been principal of Salerno Schools out prior to Jan. 1946 you have I I I tel. aid Mrs Seymour Gideon 11 >a

JAR Binckeln IIr Boston called lot H years Is retiring after 33 eight vears from the date jourpollcv I Mi and Mrs E F. Saldana and J
--'-' :Mi' ;an(111'i :\ :' 0 D. Quigley, years: servlc". The school pirnii Is effective in which to j', daughter Miss Emmy Field
CROCKER f Ilda\I ('nnnnt.." :Miami It had pipllc and PTA regret to convert it. If you took it out on I'I'1 motored to Fort Pierce Tuesday
,," /n 't.., !1'H, ,inie he hit lose her from the school staff Jan. 1 I. 1948. or after it has to : to shop
EIKFAST CEREAL 22c ; II", HI.' I The PTA. instead of giving; be converted within! 5 years from i i Mrs. John Lancberg has received
III': (' c 1.1 ''IIb :and i fcons money tot highest attendance ( no of issue word from K?nedy General H
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: } Ir,1': ; iiosE'lrii of patents at P.T.A.. gave trees. milllllimillllMllMIMMIUIIIIIIMllllllllJENSEN ) Hospital ji Memphis tht Iii i
1\fr. TaYlor of Port S wall donated her son-!tn-law. Julius "Mxgos.
is "_rea improved\ and able to
RED CROSSTOWELS i 15 Meleluca trees which NEWS
arm planted In front of the !ake a few steps. He expects t tf'' ,
uu!Idmt. K\ Charlotte llrllifriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'iir'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii he home within six month-

G Earh school year the Wllllnc 1 |
f r Worker; club presents a bone I II DAVIE PLANNING
Mr Mrs. Jack Smoust
t hi> tin school In honor of th BIG RODEO SHOW
left I Friday for Cumberland Mdto I! Oe6t1
departing I Eobby Thompson who st'rv'd'two ; spend the summer instructor Mr In'I |ISmollot' DAVIE, June 6-The rodeo to ,
i' years in the Navy returned wasan b' held here July 3 and 4 will
Roll- hrm I Ins: : week having: been'OI''ha'go(1 I the Martin county high school I 1 I Inaugurate a series of annual t7" GInrav
: 1 tills. and wkas
ja veai reappolntect
t a' Jacksonville'! ,I shows planned to be the largest
I for IP.t year i east of[ the MK ''s.-,!ippl River I It YOU I LINE!! AT HOME fwrrHent! ) fori
:Sl.tlt711: :; COtNTV) "O".T.F" .\(. "i and 'Irs. John Horn of
,, I II (Chamb of Commerce offlc! !nl I I. ;111.i, in'i \"" I..ri.d. I trt.page/ |i reel paI
: 'its iniitud, the last
to; Marlit ( ;:can Breeze camp left \
r. ., I' I announced I 11",1. ill tested!! rt ip<" I fllr H"ii IDUS bread,
".1 tISv' :3"'p.t i t 1 htclud-Sirs. :reek for Clown: Pa?it. Iiid. to;
Claude Tlndall: w!II known tR rills dl'HI'rtl'l' Easy' make with, t
t Fleischm
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES I I.'n"'m, Ttl'.ot: i Mrs HaneyMH : I If:>('n'l I the siimaier I ) f1
IFORIIA6RUTS: : ,I. :Mi\ '.< rV Cltmnai: MIFJ, I Mr. and Mis- Martin Coulter the all-rotind two-da cowboy rodeo In. said charge letters of .inn's Fresh Active Yt',ml"' -.lor I the delicious .q

lid, 1 Jill T.rmer A1ia.> Oeorger : who have ben vMting\ Mr*. flavor and fine texture that mean perfect
and telegrams of acceptance are r
h 2 3.S/C 'umn i"IT Discharged\ patients !' i'oultei'K parents: Mr. and Mrs I arriving steadily from Florida biking success' Send l for your FKEH copy +
BUNCHLS Include( .,.1,M .ibel henclrlxfis Seymour Gideon hue returned and rodeo today to FleiHclinnnn Yeast, Box 477,
cowboys cowgirls
_._ :\ Luther Dimron_and M1- ,''to their home In Ullliamstown performers. and from contender Grand Central Annex, New York 17, N, Y.
who has the loveliestloth l Mass I ______ C
rr, : ton tlmon. Ransom Mcdougal 1 from other states In addition -
jug l look. sinailisl .r Hum all"lthy Mr and Mrs E.: J. Ward ar- '' ---
of f Incllii.town hat ben (trans- to prizes of $70 cash for t ,
ABACUS 45c (lie unman uho eiuls ]I ,11"ed i home Vtvdnesday fromRochestei each event. there will be prize
BUNCH l hiii\ i 1'101111"'l s to. us. itf course! hired to St. Marys Hospital In V. Y where :hey I of) spurs blankets bridles and ON THE JOB_ I ,
Itrr/ shrs suit- of 1I1'1I1..u'l. West' pnlm Beach to br operate hive been visiting relative and ether equipment. >A I

;FORMA .,Itfiuloii I..o derv detail and en b\ Dr. Stone and will return friends I If Vic Blackstone Florida prs IT I II
our gentle methods. ) Mrs Ransom Tilton underwent 0
keep herwhite f
360'sDOZ \\0 he' Martin County Hospital tnt slat! champion all-round
MONS uirdrulx\ fi. trim! an appendectomy Martin E tvV .
C iiiiituiaii if:1 nTummuiiuiiiiiiiiiiiimii i i l i i I / L cowboy from Parrish and formerly -
: County hospital Thursday. I A)
GEORGE KEITH of M dland Texas alreadyhas ;
Is reported as satlsfac.crly! entered for the big show V
Ilimilllllilllllllllimmtimilllimil' .
ENDER GREEN NEW WHITE i Martin County <..Mil! 'M-ll ANTHI: II., ., n".. C." ,I ; Improving.\\arrtnShlpen. jr who Is !I Other leading entries to date
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,,A r".. Ed.; xunure' '. ",,,.. '! Include Bob Cobb anoth
Cleaners '_"__ 0(1( '" _. I' stationed at Fort Lauderdale in who is rancher at .
Dry -01)1 __. i champion a ..
) 'I "I ne..Y't .,. itlte Navy. spent the week end
( .no \1; Silver Springs and Chief Durant ,I
KRA Potatoes :err'', .. 1,1',i' w- \1"'fOm".' ". 11I.Ju | with his pat!nts. Mr. and Mrs Indian from
an cowboy
.a "" JDII
__ _._____ : U'. O Shlpes
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Durant Okla. who is a veteran
Miss Owen McReynolds of entertainer at larger rodeos .
SALES ;::::1 See Us For! I Fort Pierce spent the week end throughout the nation.
here with Mr and Mrs. T. R. I II
-lbs. 25 lO-lbs.39, & J. ;: Repairs and: I I Helller and Miss Charlotte Helllei .- !.t.tI
( :-_!! f FRIGfU' ; i,I, .ri ] ', Miss McReynolds is leaving NOTICE TO \\DID\TES I

SERVICE ( Parts I Wednesday to make her home Tomorrow is the final date

IP MiamI. for filing of expense accounts It's time tc take that car to Jack's for a motor tune-up. n
I Mrs. Watson and bY candidates In the Drmorratir s
Hop son/!
ARNOLD BAUER Better have the tires and battery checked too. You
I Dave from Toledo are at Ocean :May primaries areordinf -

St. Lucie Boulevard Phone 142-W I Breeze camp for an ind finate5ti to J. R. Pomerov, clerk will find he gives all work personal attention and all '
: >'. .All accounts should b* In his

DRESSED & DRAWN .. Miss Ann Miller: left Mondayfor office In the court house by work is guaranteed

1.1 1.- -- -.-- ------.---.. .. --- ,- -- her home In Woodhaven L. I. S p. m. Friday.
OWL Ib. 54, 1-- She was the primary teacher in ------

. &. the Jensen Beach school this

term Home
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1 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Shipes and
son. Donald of Port Orange DemonstrationNotes '
lb. 65 '" }} were the weekend guests of Mr sugoto+ gar
I and Mrs. W. O Ship and family
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Mr. and Mrs. A. Taube had as By :MISS LUCItE INSCOE
lOl.p's) ; STAR-SPICED ,e J{,
their guests Sunday Mrs. Joe
NCHEON 6-LB "" "'""" ... Woods and Mrs Jack Ualrath LOCAL GIRLS ATTEND
CAN and son Jack. jr of Hobe Sound STATE SHORT COt VISE I'I
__ 1. Mi and Mr. M. 0 Hutchinson According to Miss !Mary B
Keown. State Home Demonstra- I I
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U. /r.k e INSURECANNING Weeks kAre --

x"n Liquid Frenches Prepared It / .tt. ;
r Qt. 39c MUSTARD 6-0 9c /.1. f '
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t_ EAST .03 B-V Wilson's 2 Beef Extract 25c ( SUCCESS \\i q )\ 'r
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' ur'. Nabisco--- t' : { ; .

Er' 12-o*. Can 33c RITZ Large Box .21c \'G r fl

PARKER Best At Cromer's i ilines

O P COOKIES "PKG. 23c \ .. bflOP roArlit ; i

Because here you will find The Highest' Quality and the Greatest Variety; ;nan !

of Meals Canned Goods and Crisp, Fresh Garden Produce. 1




Shopping is so much easier even in these difficult
tunes at the friendly neighborhood store with the <

19 $1.44 personal touch. ,

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ANTHONY'SHOME .t, s urn, dos :i 1'11'' i
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B.D Bin* Book. To f* 1*** **Prma THE COMPLETE FOOD STORE ;
F 'E *TtD IV THE CHEAT ATLANTIC PACIFIC TEA CO. 201 S, Akron Ave WE DELIVER Telephone 113 10*viih row WBO ud xUnM I ,, d'

-Mrtl/ Street Stuart, Florida 5511 IWTOftl COrIff Iflxiti., tn<. ''I.ll.!.', ..

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I PAGE LIGHT tin ii \rrrws. STUART\ Martin County, FLORIDA, TIIt'RSDAn'SE o. 194Bi -

.. reforestation, Irrigation
_. -------- -- dralt'fd for hung
nu. II 1J1110dll'tlon III eludes(\ the co-t t o f itl I, Iii' Al. That I I" \'hj' banks and insurance ,uui "omen who were and rural electrification

INTERESTED POSTAGE STAMPS IN ? ::1 l; ,, '! 'nh i( 31 1948 includj oicUn Inc I 1.l).., brn,611'mall .' 1 PHOTO PROCESSEROSION cc ni.inles, control most ol left thr faint and took work I While farming\ often beset LYRI I

) "ff HERE'S A BOON j p.a'r' I1l1mb'I"i and quantiut hould be .iddi ss('(t ..' l .ul. ? vSupeilntendent the farms of the nation. A mortgaged Ii: I III! piths because of the high with difficulties Insurmountable which at times,

I l. 1.<,11( (1(l of eominoinoratlvenet of D" ILl""' !]" farm IS a ticket to the II vanes and manpower shortage seem almost
Government Piinui' ), Oil, STUDY poor lionce probably and such thing a* Host freshets -
nail of Uiese will
The I loyal pO"'II1I1'II'1'' ha been &I uli n stamp Thousand I law
; ;,: : booklet 1 be-1 Washington 25 D c' We In Florida for a numberof while thou and pests, and the
to s IIdvlsN'' 01 the IS'II.I1. <'I' "I a r 1''I ('- The ue't stamp never go back work
I 1 \'111IIlIlon(\ III .1\1' ofilelalf inn;: sll"11 l I to th public through Remittance uccompiux, 1 orders i- FOR COAST years had a slogan that had nods of InexpeUenced people of suppl and demand often

f booklet lInlalllll1 (Ic.',':'qhuu, the .d 11 I ''I'i ..he l : Superintendentl for the booklet may bi in I SET more sense to It than what will 'to I to the farm Among them: I out dlsa tiousl\". yet the very of F(

End tllush'ahons: ,p 1 .ill l'mll'd l D, r .1:1 i: i' its it 30 cents a copy the form ol post tl lion \ orders readily appeared on the surface will:::: be returned: veterans, I mnuN natiiit of things has a way THIS

." States postage 1.IIJ1P' 1 h.n: ', ;::1\1' v :th\ i,..;p n r binding! which In- postal ,logs oi ehee.k It was, "Five acres and of whom will farm on their own stilkliiB\ / a f ixoi able average In WEEFRIDAYSATURD
Ii Postage stamps up not ucept ':'Aerial Photos To Show Independence in Floilda, No account with but limited agr.- th long inn and It Is best to be
-I able. j Beach Condition From cite with good sense had any I cultural knowledge pptlmlstle and look forward to

,I --' .. .. Inlet SouthA good grounds to believe) he could I Milked changes! in t h 1'II1."pol'I .111\ xcn b't tui\ morning of anrxen

BIG FINE POSSIBLEFOR amass a fortune from farming will follow soon because I I better nay JUNE 78

PIANOS VIOLATION OF contract has been awarded a 5 acre piece of land But It Is I truck tatlon line, railroads and airplanes III I Large Double Fei
to the Kargel Aerial Surveys
SANITARY RULNGS! possible for a man with 5 acrl'sl will vie for the carrying I I THURSDAYJUNE
p We have, right now the large! and best selection! Inr. of Midland Texas to obtain of land to at least make himself trade Airplanes arc ilieiix': Feature N0,1 J
I ,
officials aeilal photographs for use
of have had for month These State! Health Depaitment Independent of eating out ptrlshabl pl'uduc'I' I 13
that r
piano we many transporting
I .
here list week allied iii the study of beach erosion at and bag We
of tin
cans paper soil to markets lOll':
fit are a few which are available. J Konmenti Palm Beach and Jupiter Island.It Irons the LARGE FEATURES
: that big (1n:1I en impi have many In tills state who few I hours Inste\ idol I TWO
GRANDS-Rebuilt: PC strung! Refmuhed. I i can be levied OR;tins', "I1Y i per- I was announced today by Colonel farm on a small scale In conjunction a;aIn.j just da a. No. 1 y
1 a few > Feature .
ions who violate the sanitary A, B. Jones, District Engineer with th-lr work at I Ilion .A
"VOSE & SONS" Beautiful Man Finish. I matter' of fact Ill' silt- ,
Jacksonville U. S. Engineer Ar a
dumping; garbage
law of Florida by some trade : and we have many sAt.llnl
"ERAM ACJf" Small!. 1 like new, Mahogany I I or animal oi vegetable! materials office who carry on their ngilcultural I Is always changing) 'II''I< 'h' .t 'IA..INaMOR6AN 1

BUSH & LANE" Me.. Site txtrc fine, In the open wh'l'.u11: Colonel Jones said the photographs pursuit on a voryitg.e\ scale tin planting, of Clta\l1( <::1.1'e "1 1vheie f Col
linetolor alit) had 1 Iit' "
CABLE NELSON "Stumr" good one. 'material bi"rds ill' sUp will be taken along the But farming on a large scale the n'eNArim f '1 "BfETOIIOR
KIMBALL: ":;mallilpriqhl" ixcrllonlELGIN to $2000 fine' <0: MX 11101 nllisImpiisommiH ( Cast Coast of Florida from StLucle cannot be canlC'd on without II ,11 ]poor, 11 (the iaintcioKsint Brahma ,I,.m ;lL
I may br I ll vied lot, Inlet to Jupiter! Inlet a
'cow'mical "nU/ much modern machinery and .
"upright" an xcmenl hI ('er'mI- 1"\" \
such violations upon Feature Is
LYO N& HEALY Wmh'urn"'! Fine Piano this, together with crtlll/er' and and "'HIM j libeisDVI ,. tll" uu I ,II I fOR I Iu4
Lake Worth I Inlet to the city of ..
of .
AUc tcveral high-quality. beautiful M1RR-A-PIANOS YOUNG PRESBYTERIANSGO l i 1 Like Worth which is about 12 spraying against the ravages! '. ; tarotqh,
Insects and worms means 1111 ION
all ccmpl"U rebuilt \'slyl.d.! and refinished. TO CONFERENCE miles, The photographs will betaken expenditure which compai illve- ehI1Is }tares' v CHANEY'rlft
from a plane at an altitude .
I, ly few can affoid r )let. VsmiibNI11Al'mLYLy,15ay. ; ,
Four m'nbris 0till'I young of from 3750 to 5,000 feet to MALARIA? I"C f
BRUBAKER MUSIC COMPANY ml 1 the Stuart I the ( at Both the Federal Ooveinrmntand 666. II At ONCI t*r.. Al.I .
10 oplc 01(.11 i lion with plane flying a speedof
1 the Blare have exp:rlmental !I..... .u..d by mill ,,".
PiobNt"'Ian rhiiieh will attend 120 miles hour. Special 6 6 6
i per ) farms and agricultural scientists for rt. ..cry HI' UNIVERSAL NEWSriL:9u
206 DATURA SI WEST PALM BEACH the: youth 'onfr'ncc In filters will be used on the cam at work to find out for ears_QUICK -tUIH I tEATlhE Noaare I

The Palm Beacr. ..' n'r" t -iioletc" music tore. Scbiiim! June 11-17 I era and flights will be made who are Interested Just \' thObl'I I I. 1l4P'iMZ>..4I ----- -. ]
Delegates' irom the local from 9 to 11:30: a, m. weather grohow to glow it. and \- KIRBY C1r
-- church who will leave' Monday permitting The time of flight,
on the 8 aboard I mm Indian tld readings on the gages and best They to dispose can also of tell It) you whit I : Repair and Fix Up!

town Ineludp Milclieel and Doio- the angle of the sun are coordinated
U best for the kind of soil you
Clouts. Cole' Jim to obtain best picture
thy Mary: mm I I
LUMBER have to deal with, and how to
IS STILL SCARCEBut Walker and Bill Armoi results of the ocean bottom In t Material Are Still Very iVuimiCARTOON
.. Improve It to get the best re- I
shallow' water as well as the
-- -
suits There are even certain y t Scarce But We Will Be Glad
movements of the sand ocean
The I'a'oona' th original I by '
arrangements that can be made: What
1' With
You Out
dunker It washes 01 soaks Its I currents To Help
We> Have Plenty of to set assistance for earning on :
food before eating : Material We Have On
The photographs be sent ,
We of today, who are so mind r.
ROOFING CEMENT to the Beach Erosion Board in td, have a better chance to r Hand. "BETTER OR NCR:

HardwarePaint I "I LOST :22WIA LBS.! /**> Washington D C. to be studiedas succeed than the first people'w'ho 'I ASK US-WE'LL DO OUR
Building mi 14 AOAIN1 .;,,9 individual pictures in older! to to this
came over country !
and some WallboardSEE 0s.loOII. ..\l...it.I1.1 I: .?. I assist In determining what pro- and.l I
and turned to
I .. agriculture
l .1." "It11" "d'
WN.6) s "
('.nd" II"lu, J I, ::1;, tectiNi structures or other measures I NO
L" FOR REPAIR NEEDS dims' .s ? hitting 1 a very pool piece of land,
I .hr ha. nulrl,' ;:l.1':,.ur)t'I L io t'i : are needed to stop beach were shown by the Indians how l I
p.nuurs' maY u Co.
...... ..,.. ,. Casa Lumber "MASTER KEY
hue( Ire' 1.l.' r ur I lun.a" t eiosion in the areas under surIcy. to ,
improve matt throutnca :
!'I.D ."Y i.." '*'. AI.W... } is by
I R.NIh or so..C'1 bail. fish into the coin hill IIMilHIIIBI Mill IIISUNDAYMONDA

(ireaA :I.rlOdI..:: I'', :ern.. r.nln:::,'.,::.rltnIs ;,I,',; ; The mound builders a family A successful farmer Irom Long I PHONE 66 |
11- Island told list
t.c.fllJ I me wliter" Unit

; '': :. : 11. t .VI',.t.n.l..ll/tallIs.snd..'A sr n (In is Lllntnls. ,. (...sdr.1111 ::,;::1,5 if, birds Inhabiting Australia I If he were to farm here in FUi JUNE 910
: a.duona I"on JI"So. I iid certain South Sea Islands Ida he would (list work a year

\ ...."lit \nl I"",.".. !\e] ne: unique In that the young are v'1th some successful Florida M-G-M's WONDER SBlUCIUI
: drsll I pl'. 'I Jan' '', cur' hatched fully fledged end are faimei
b ;. : : :: .1. ; :
CfIlrJ ., 7' ,,,, I ,,,. ,.. I,. I 'bl" to fly from the moment I
\ ,71? :,. ,W1 rut''" "'" Ifl. < Whether It be post war !- ,
--. ::-:/ ,::-; -... .,,, 01,10", ... 111..1 I Innis, lnl, p,f'roI th y leave the shell atucultuie I Enjoy The Finest
I 1 may. in" I.J ICI, JU Ja). .uWI). I'ho' or peace time agl'lculture. ( I

/ Co, Phone 11 It should be tackled lust
t \" 'tr' EVE"on.O TO eu.0" "OU" MOYf1' Stuart Drug The United States produced
n>' the famous I
s'c.+.".sro sNm, vouA coo. Tear Out This Ad At A nearly half of all the radios painter who
when he was asked how hi cotsuch t -1r
Reminder I bunt In 1938. FOODS-COCKTAILS
wonderful "
said I
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C6- ----- mix I brains I with I my toloisBut .
posl'al' agriculture do.s
bring before us a few problC'm.I I

FarmingContinued to be considered, Duiing them I AT THE ........
hundreds of thousands of men \
"TINY'S"w i ._ .. """ ,Ir'AID A/IA711
( from pale 6)ll ) r LutlLLllA11,

\ au raised In abundance wear
IUOY acesNudesrso
I (' asked not only to share butcoon ';' .
F '

] 216 DIXIE HGY. diet to to some curtail extent our accustomed In order to 'I'I i Electrical Adjustments Treatments 2tJ MILES NORTH OF STUART i CINI LIMA Clad NOim

the for existence
t I' supply for many millions means of !people In Specializing in "Chicken in the Basket" and Delicious :I r r YIClO'MO 110 SKlLTO'

other countries C. H. HOYLE Western Steaks. \. 1511411 Slim"
A Little ouch of Home This impresses us at one and ) ",.4

the same time with the foolishness 115 South 13th St. I 'I WILLIAM'O ti

M A of war and the Importanceof Fort Pierce Bar .1 Package Store Grill I \ "aIOwM1 ,..

agriculture or let us call it Phone 399 I1 t V M.uDNnuit. ONaIt

...... farming !, .uNIN/rYnm
But there Is a position regarding -- -1 e_ .. :CNAll/ll CIOXIX I
A farming that 1s stressed' too WILLIAM' Slid
m,ich. namely farming as a I OIIMIIWI I P PVIIOINI
) *e
When Hot Tired And Blue! "We"y business A HUNAN.OOlBWtll W,NM. /lUfl"JjiMITIO l C,
1 L True. successful farming! requires W TII HC1UM 'ftC"DIICTIDtV
brain as well as brawn, I" ltVIMCINTt \I
and I ciuhlng brain. It merits' I I" PHOOUCIDAITHUII 'T

BRING. A. TOUCH of IIOME to YOU! bring classified as a business f HIIOStcrilUltd In ")IP"""!'"'

But the Idea of business'U suggestive -

Ar of money making on a
considerable scale This view I.I is DISNEY CARTO,

vETHUR. I mote dangerous to farmers than The Show 'f "OLD SEQUOIA
OPEN Kiddy
the viewing" of farming as "a
way\ of lifeStatistics .

prove that upwards FOX NEWS
/ of[ a thousand farms are foic- .
OUR PRICE'S RIGHT! <'lose d monthly throughout the CTHCanMBIMMI IIH"1

nation, This Is partly due to a Announced for TUESDAY WEDM

fa'i iner over-reaching himself
11.12MWM1 >
and largely to the men or com- JUNE

OUR FOOD DELIGHT! i Iany of men with great means
M a who by one stroke can glut the

In the earlier days of our na-

I lion' very little farming was done

E N en a large, or business scope,
a 1':ley lived a simple but happy JUNE 8 I II

al d contented life. ,

E 'Sell all you raise and raise

N our( to sell: buy every Imple-

I m nt suggested and go knee

seep' in debt to enlarge, andso I Has Been Cancelled
6 n up bobs the gent with the
T f<. closure"
Striving for big money U gen- ..MCNBREI'YAIE
em. Lily the: load to ruin: for thous- AM fARNOSd ,-t

'{' AIt '-- ai Is on thousands of farmers *
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I Il JCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART WSH Sr\- ; ::TELEPHONE:,[: on'300 reach ednehda1 ty the Editor newspaper I,'t' 1 xId I I

rR R Ep "nu.n-: IUNCHLON MRS BACKIS AND HOSTESS BRIDGE; I MIIS HUITLLTT CUES MRS: IIINSON OBSERVES thony Jr.. and Mrs. Edenfleld !lough celebrated her sixth birth- :-Ctbre Jackie Cowman and Sandra !II r own handwriting, demon-

1''I'" bin made DINNLH: HONOItlNG/ I BRIDE 78TII IIKTIID\\! MONDAY Others Mrs. A. talon
I JDCcmf Mrs. Joe Backus present were day by entertaining a numberof Dehon. 'l1'a tes unusual journalistic I'
was hostess
f !'f .,:- \1t.\ !1 of How- Wednesday at luncheon followed Mrs. Leah hart),tt entertain.ed Mrs. Bernarc Hlnson entertained 6 Blair Mrs A. I. Maxson, Mrs. i her little friends The table Others present were: Mary': and Is used without any
I [in honor di] h.r .sister-in-law at a four-course lunch- Alice Mentel Mrs. R. T Calla-
EEURD BaTor" IteI home In by bridge, at her home In was decorated ath: balloons :I Lyons, William Lyons, Joe Marie changes i iFort
-.. .e I\'bee\ ;' I i Jensen Beach Guests Mrs Rows I'd F Bartlett, Friday eon at her home Monday honoring han Mrs. Ed Burgess, Mrs. Henry baskets of candy which were' Ashley, Artie Dehon, Jerylyn I IMeillett. -
Theoung included night at the Lighthouse. Quoits hIre 78th birthday of her Crews, Mrs. Charles Titus Mrs I )
d. oreII.: Mrs. William given to the children as favors. H D" rJIIJ: heir home Parks Jr., Mrs King, Bernard Mrs Ororge" included the Misses PhyllIS and mother-in-law, Grandmother W. K. Parks, Mrs O C. Crews, The birthday cake was decorated I Gertrude Morton and Mary Pierce, Florida

' Jw1;' AII' Mrs. Chail's Coker Joan Constance Miss Dale Hornof Illason[ Quests were membersof Mrs. Ronnie Cross Mrs Thad with flowers and six pink candles Marie McCullough. Phone 782

.8Fe'l Walter F. I tBllli I Porter, Mrs. New York Miss Florence the \\omans Bible Class of Long, Mrs. J. P. Blakeslee Mrs and was served the child- 'Editors Note The above by- FREDERICK L. PORTER
JVDSON ENTERTAINS: Davey, Mrs Albert Kanaiek, and the Misses Rose the Methodist Sunday school T. C. Knowles, Mrs M. H. Row- len with ice cream Foot Specialist
J Shrlgley and Mrs JIH'! I is that of a young lady I
[.E.tl'1f11E0NRNI William and Helen Czvelko.TEENAGERS 1 who presented a variety of useful ('II. Mrs D. R. Garner. Mrs. Paul Room 204
Berry. Mrs Parks was Games were played and prizes lust computed the III I I.I I.
'001 enter- presenteda --- Rifts with birthday greetings Combs Mrs. Charles McLane.
10 run Sunrise Theatre Bldg
prize for winning awarded to Warren Rlct' Gloria rode The stui' ubmitt t. d 1,1 i
: ,I bridges .high scoie : HUt expressed In rhymes and verse. Mis Louise Harrell Mrs. Leila I
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pats' ", ''J"" I home on Mil AND MRS, CKEINLrCSHOSTS --:-- PARTY AT SLRMCt I LIB Mrs Carrie Hoenshel, Stuart's Clements, Mrs. Mark Casto, Mrs ---- --- ----- ----- -- -

lib S: (liiesLs' 111- AT DINNER More: than :06 Teen-Agers helda poet laurate, added to the entertainment C. L. Boggess. Mrs. J. E. Lower I '

I,,olleht i Mrs. M'. patty Satll'day night in the by composing original Miss Lucile Inscoe Mis\ William' 1ew
Ir and Mrs.
IMIS! Joseph Gipen- ) I
el's:: 'I"?" Paul Ices were hosts at dinner followed i Service: Club Thf evening was poetry of stories the pioneer Heyboer. Mrs W. O Penney. I BCTTY SUC "F.rmu. : / lllZlj".J iII I

m.'rf hi !Mi' H1) Kleifeld, by bridge. Saturday cnjo\ect by playing games and guests told of "taking the Mrs. W. R. Baker, and Mrs. J. '
T. J. night, dancing The heathen to the gospel, in boats, C. Anthony. -
Chaperones wereMrs
IOR ..nrKI: at their home In Tropical Farms : : l > .
\ 50Mr.MlDICtNt
1 L. Ashbv Arbogast, MI'I. instead of taking the gospel l to -- -- I UY: :JWWV: \( ARt /
Guests Included '
Ar-ks (; Mi and Mrs. Carl B. Roth and Mrs. Karl the heathens" Several of the BtNNMcCt LLOt Gil ouIIINGt:: i ;:: THI ROPE.77 I( AND FORGOT
: Robert McCallum Mr\ and Mrs, CELEBRATES BIRTIID\ ... T -TO BOTTLE'Don't
grandmothers attended theM -
.. \t nik-ei. Mrs. Krueger. ----- "":: : SHAKE
;lI'b William Berry, Mr. and Mrs thodlst Sunday school when By Helen ;McCulloughAt ',--:;:"' '- \ ,.
:Jdxr lit F. ins Crary Alexander McPherson MJ and -- ------ the Episcopal Parish house 'if \" -4t ';, .e
motor boats the :
mr.TIID.\\'S were only means J
HL'41)n. Prizes OBSERVEDIIY ;
'sHar H Mrs. Huber Speedy and Mr\ and of transportation In Stuart. last Saturday "Bunny" McCulABSTRACTS a q1s : 4'I' (
''H m by Mrs. KYI I'MND JUNE :
nKtn Mis John U. ---- .
Hightcores :" '
:M\101SEK The hostess was assisted In I '
ItaIt I "uast. andnsolatlon were uchievid by Mrs. serving by Mrs. R. P. Chandler 41'r'' (V- nJ} l'
\\J"JC\ Speedy Mr. McCallum Ralph and June Matousek ( \
i and Mr. "
Other guests wt'reIrs.!\ F. MKiaimr ?
rSriL tea \11 Kii<'hlng. Sp J cdy cc.>ll'l>rat d their blithdaysSatur- : / :..i'flt'1
class teacher, Mrs. KattVUtham
y --- day night it the home of their k aSS9.DRS /
Mrs. Walter Kitching.
paients MI and Mrs Otto J.. snlZIjt r l .
:Mrs KIrby Smith Mrs. Charles
'a Matousek who have recently \
McPherson!\ and Mrs. Melinda S'
EGRAM REALTY CO. moved to Jensen Beach Mol'PIhan Clark :

GtY1 30 \guest wire present. ; c .' I, e' 7
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REAL ESTATE ['rIH'Op.'mltS! IIE.JtLTlI[ : rnooitYMThe forget about the HAYES MOTOR CO make us your brake repair headquarters
BROKERS HOLD 1\rJ.E11\: I Be sure to drop in the next time you're in the neighborhood we're

1h regular monthly meeting Presbyterian Women'sAssociation anxious to be of service to you,
of 8t Mal'Y's chapter of the met Friday at the TAX AND TITLE
ucger Bid;. Phone 298 Episcopal Woman's Auxiliary home of Mrs Ivan Taylor, withMrs. INVESTIGATIONSESCROWS GOODYEAR TIRES, TUBES AND ACCESSORIES

was hi Id al the Parish House George Porter acting as 1
0, Box 5 co-hostess,, Mis F. R. Horton
Stuart, FloridaLIST Munday June' 3rd at 300; p. m .
:1 After the routine business, Miss was in charge of the program. FLORIDA
1"I Matilda the theme being "Youth." Mrs.C. .
: fintun served refreshment ABSTRACT CO.
A. Less the devotional.
it" gave
01 d 1 tea and cookies.
Others ethers present wen Mrs Lilly JIM KENNEDY"'
p sent were the Rev.
vour Rooms, Apartments and Rental Richard M Fin ton, Mr. and \Mlv! :Mrs Blanche Lowrey and STUART"'FLORIDA
Hornet with ua, Miss Anna OunnMKS .
'; Mr. J C. Hancock, Mrs Horace I

0EV L. FULFORD Atwood. Mis R. u Knapp, Mrs.
Stanley KlIl'hlngIrs.!\ J M
eKeu( &tattII t Stoner, Mis\ R. A Tunley and : : IT RECEPTION

VD \ i I', ( SELLING: KLNTINCmornim \ : : Mis Ann Lane. !Mrs\ Phil Maxwell wife of the
lnstor118 honored at a recep-
) '
0i "'.\S1'OItTTI: US tion at the home of Mrs. L. C.

I Ili) ( nmden Avenue C'.\MP ('o\.n.sn: : : Klckllter In Eldorado Heights.
i SNIMI The rooms were artistically decorated -
Phone :!:!7IUII1'I The Rtv lend Richard MFt .
'nlu Vicar of[ with roses, ferns cut
:-; 1 Florid:! : SI Mary's Stuart -
aid All Stints Waveland flowers and\ potted plants.

I is spending< \ Tuesday, \Vednes- The program was opened with

oco iccaoc Oe.O OC1 ray and Thursday of this week a beautiful devotional service byMrs. I 1946 JUNE ,J 1946

at Camp Wingman near Avon Maxwell. Mrs H. W. Munch I. ... .ur .. ,. ., 4r
Park, au!. nding a conference of gave a talk on Stewardship Mrs. 1
Victory BarOPEN I i he< cltl'gy. Garland Ed'nfield sang a solo. II. 'I

The hostess Mrs. Kick tter, 2 3 4 6 7 8I
; :\11'.' Marlon Oellou Fi.sk oflfolpaliokee was assisted in serving by Mrs.

011 DAILY Park, who I Is reiciiiiK Wilson McClure Mrs J. C. An- 9 O lit 12'131415_ 1

In Cleveland Heights for -
''!Of' FROM 9:00 A M. TO 12 MIDNIGHT I nSUNDAY'S the< sunnier. will visit her tan -,:;. T

PAm ;ind his wife, the Rev. and Mrs 23124 52627. 2 29
5.00 P M. '
: to 12 MIDNIGHT -
PI1111I (,11:11'1I's: i B. Fisk in Hanover N. > II
H and her daughter and son : I 3 0, l.N
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I SI' GOODSIARINE 1)10W. the Rev and Mrs WaiId

)Inrue! I } C', Oieisbach in ForesturoveOi ,

(,011, b:loie returning t 111> her )

''III h .mi' htii.
IseVIII :rr TONIGHT'Mont :
Mi and Mrs. Evans Crary and J DRIVING
You Call Is, .
-.4 DANCING their sons Cadet Sirgeant Evans 1a
'.OMIs Crw Ji and William I Buddy'Cl'aIY. '

w NO, 1 MIXED DRINKS ; i lC'tul'l1ed Monday fiom Make Sure lou HateIEDICL "
.01' Jark OIwHle. Ii a ";\ PAYs

, o i MENTS RIDER on
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I II victory t Dining RoomOPEN returned 0 : I Ii Your Automobile TIIREE Liability e
to the home of herdauehler I
I Mrs J F. Leighton, OUT OF EVERY FIVE N

ilC'I DAILY EXCEPT MONDAYS II .,,01) \Vot Fourth Street, where rTLCC1DENTS
oaoc ===oaol'oaot o IK IS recuperating satisfactorily
' "Medical: Pajments"Pa
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: in Your Car,
cut :Mi and Mrs Willa ford R. C.IEST

1 I .ICh( i and son, William, went and on 1OU It Costs C I

ro, USED CARS '"" :l.Uaml yesterday morning to SO LITTIF! h ';

.\u). id several days at the Pointt ED MAPP N

IIAs F.stlval.

-' Kind of s
RED TAPE NO DELAY Moss Dee Kennedy has suc- Insurance h

s dfd Mrs David A. Schaefer
Arcade ,'
J .1'i librarian of the !Martin\

l''IIIlPublic! Library on Al- '

tiE WE WILL PAY THE HIGHEST I ljinAvenue. a ,
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Russ Wiley at '
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Wiley's Motor Co. I 0 114..j.;... "... WF tCT ': I,

Call 7979 I I1'CO "1Ut.\x .. 14' <

Telephone' 28 So. OliveWPB. Fl.. : :; (

.... 291 Stuart I Wot P.lm-or-Or.eh, Florid 9 0 :' ,; j "

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Vest Palm Beach Directory I -:0: -- \ &J I : /

E WHEN IN WEST PALM BEACH Florida Power & Light Company"electricity 1'

out a lot of expense on buying I .
-.ar; MOOR r; TO new electrical appliances .

JEWELRY SHOP CO. keep your old ones repaired. The f

f W ATCH REPAIRING Wiov ROOFING-SHEET METAL CHRISTOPHER ELECTRIC than ever. Already one of the cheapest item ..-: '


J35!,$ OLEMATIS KMATIS"OPTOMETRISTS.nil OI.IVE!: those appliances for repairs, too. ) PO1 cOJIP.Hr[ ] % v
iLUIlli .G8r
1 Brine them in at your earliest In your budget- n.w" cheaper lull! .i 1 ; :'

convenience! "'. I
DATURA \' i1
Spaghetti Bowl Locksmith & Bicycle +
41 & LOCK WORKS Service
141(8_CIIOPS_CHICKEN 202 First St. -:- Phone 7880( I all Datura St, West Palm t

"MOOD I Beach Phone W. P. B 6790; "I

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Tilt .n.-\R'I' SEWS. iTl'\RT. Martin County. FLORIDA. THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1946
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j / : SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUARTFRIENDS :. Items office for this before TELEPHONE paper BOOB mast*n Wi rto +,y I Ir

. t.. Otto J. Matou k 1 llr ana Ling '
t ,, Jr.. a I Mr and Mrs
CLASS t.ot of: the: evening was given Mr C' 0 Pittman assisted the Mr and Mrs Douglas Pennell Mr. and Mrs Joe Ahlqulst of George P. Hlronomus : moved from Coconut Row. spins c
i HONORS MRS ANDERSON ear t,) c ties[Is and games and hostess In setting ice cream and Hudglns have arrived from Fort Seminole Avenue. left last weekto student at the University of have Lucie Estates to Jensen in Fan LiL:. cr

.. The Friendship: C.a...< of the l.riz I= 'sere won by Mrs. Ronald cake to the guest Others present Lauderdale and will be visit with their relatives in Miami has arrived to spend his St Beach where they haw rented

Bapt:st church l..t. rta:ned Frt- Cross and Mrs Cecil Donaldson included Mrs Ralph Cross I ed with Halls Electric Kane Penn. vacation with his parents Mr. i the Browning house

day night with a surprise stork The nnnbeautiful gifts were Mrs Crenate Baker Mrs Harvey Mr Hudglns served aSSOClat-1 e-- and Mrs. George P. Hlronomusof e -

shower honor ii" ". D.-n loaded on a tea wagon that was Homlar Mrs John OTJay Mrs with the Army in Mr and Mrs. Charles B. Ar- Cleveland Avenue I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Baker of R. Ue AW
CHnrJ i 'oth pink and blue L. M Durrance Mrs J. B. Stewart will make their home in the e-
Anders' : :.." :: l'.t' : : bogast and son, MiddlEton, of Height had as their
Homer Hudson of imiutnia. topped, with a minature blue Mrs. Herman Recta. )rand .. France Apartments. Oriel Drive. St Lucie Estates Miss Dolores Hartman of New Eldor end d) guest her bsoUier- rk

Avenue Mr Hudson s home was :and wh.te sailing craft, and Oscar Johnson. left Monday for Arden, N. C. to Brighton Pa.uncle arrived and aunt.Saturdayto Mr week In-law and ister Mr and Mrs. CAst GG

ctcorated :n glad,'::as f'rnsnd brought .:1: b1 little 1: Bonnie Sue Mrs. Ethel Porter who hasspent attend the graduating exercisesat visit her Butfrfield and children.
'pr.H"v.l'r: T.t: .< .i: :y pur- Ho'Mrs: Earl Tlman; and UOM\NS CLIB OfFICERS the- winter here and Mrs, Christ! School where their son, and Mrs. Ralph Hartman this weekendto priorto Margie Ann and Janice ol West
.\M: J COMMITTEES) Helen West Palm her marriage
-- -" Aaplnwall Ben is a graduate ,
I. .
t6 Mr Eddie Lee Barton. Falm
t -- ---- -- -- Names of officers and commit Beach left Sunday morning by -a- pip.tit

tt'* members of the Woman' automobile to spend the sum- Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Dehonof -C- I' McLane of Akron -
1 DR. L. S. JONESDR. Club of Stuart for 1844-47 hate met at Mrs Porter home in Mt Riverside Drive St. Lucie Mr. and Mrs. Harry home Beckman after Mrs Avenue, has returned from

been released and Include the Airy N. C. Estates have as guests her have returned with i Beach where she vsit-
visiting Daytona I
W. J. foI:owing President: Mrs Ed- father Charles Morgan of Chicago spending a montn Mrs Charles \>"!-
QUINNChiropractors Miss Janet Clay. who has been his family in Philadelphia and cd her sister
vn: Mennlngelce and her uncle and aunt Ill. She oar
dents! t Mr Leon C. Ashley and transferred from the Welch Convalescent I Dr. and Mrs L. H Smith of Mrs Beckman's relative In Allentown I rington who was home bM.! -s
I The Beckman's are accompanied
Hospital in Daytona
MiHarry Hipson: secretary Urbana Ill.
Sr to spend a
Mrs: Durant Fulton. correspond- Beach to Boca Raton, was the e- entertaining Mrs. Beckman'ssister I Mark Casto
weekend guest of her mother, Mrs Cora Wagner of Allentown week. Mrs Oasto was formerly
.1.i -cretan Mrs H. W. Neall:
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dugan
301-0203 (.OMEAL BLDG.. WEST PALM BEACH :. ('.pur' r.o.nsa: Ida AJbrtcht: Mrs. Blanche .lowrey at the Blown droveto and Mr Beckman'snephew a resident of Stuart
and Mrs Arthur ofPcnns e-
D.'rtlrsfrl.! : J. R. Pomeroy, Holleran Apartment.. Bernard Felthaus .
PHONE 3650 e- Sebastian, Sunday to visit Grove N. J. I, Mis! Gale Horn ofes York -Curse ro 1411III
:-'Ir- jmhe ,
Lowre Mrs Ethel months vitboacomplete
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Daniels I itIis
arrived Thursday to vi- ylp
I Pt'r,: Mr Conrad Albracht Mrs. R. A Tunley who accompanied -
> who have moved there from who has : Florence Kanar at her horn son w
; .od: Irs Bail Ricou Legislation her mother Mrs. W. residence Enl>lgn Robert Mapp, WANTS TO' a.
Avenue -
.out 1 American CltUenshlp chalr- R. Moses to her home In Dallas their California ben visiting his parents Mr. I on Seminole Avenue fa
Daniels have largest asvortc .
Cash For Your Car 11':111.Ir: < Evaas Crarj. Inter- Texas and spent tour weeks The bought and Mrs. Edwin Mapp. at their I -- tu d
Highest Ann Sundry Store and a river Fork has Professor Forrest Clouts of drug m..rcbaa. II
with her the South
visiting and her broth- home on
"U0:131 Relations
; : cahinnan: I II .
front home there Wake Forest N. C. arrived Mon tb..qbo.i: !
:Mrs L A Arbogast American er-in-law and sister Mr and returned I to his home In Hartford i .. at fair pries .
VNON TAKE FIVE MINUTESWe Hump., chairman Mrs H. M Mrs P. M Wiggins, returned N C day to spend a few days fishing On* a J
Miss Smith arrived last with his brother. Judge A R for yourself.Brunei.
can pay you the O P, A limit for your car which Klt'.r Id Education chairman. Thursday to her home on Sem- Betty -- e-
Mr' F D Jones Fine Arts mole Avenue. Mr*. Tunley made Wednesday from Gainesville- Cadet John Prlestman has : Clonts.
i as much at you can get anywhere and :
chain:a i. Mrs. W. S. Orath- the trip both nays by plane. where she graduated May 27 In finished> his year at Bolles School I e-
STAY WITHIN THE LAW wohid Public Welfare and -e- the law class of the Universityof in Jacksonville and arrived Mon II Jack Mather of Daytona

Health chairman. Mrs. L. C. Mr and Mrs. Carl Bess returned Florida Miss Smith was one day to spend the summer with I Beach was a caller of Mr and
SUNRISE MOTOR CO. '1'1.1l.Jbrary Committee Mrs. Friday night to their of two honor graduates in the his uncle and anut, Mr. and Mrs ',: Mrs. Arthur Chappalka on Sunday "Our Aim Is T. fJ

311-25 South Dixie Carroll 1 Dunscombe: Mmber1 home. Mpperslnk Lodge, Port class and was awarded a mem- Lloyd C. Travis of Riverside ,,, night so
Fort Pierce, Fla. Telephone 190 .111 1 ,> c N:mittee. Mrs. Stanley Sewall, from a trip of ten daysin bership of the Honorary Legal Drive. St. Lucie Estates. -- -- ---- -
In the Phi Delta
the Fraternity
Blue Ridge mountains
Kitrhii Olrl Scouts commit of -
I te :-'Ir- :M J Morrison; Pressand North Carolina enjoying, the Delta. She is the first womanin Jack and Bill Armor, who PHILCO LINERADIOS

Pi bli 'in'. Mrs. Tracy Mar- Land of the Sic>'". Lake Lure Stuart to achieve that honor. have been the guests of their

u' i SocIal Afffairs Mrs H. H. and the Chimney Rock country. In addition to her mother, Mrs.E. grandfather C. H Lapsey, in
E. Smith, Jr.. who attended AIR CONDmox
e- Daytona Beach have returnedto :
Hip>on and Mrs F. L. Hall
:Mi the graduation her grandmother Eldorado
and Mrs J. L. Taylor and their home In
:Music :Mrs\ R. H. Rollins: Tourists REFRIGERATORS DEEP FREUD
Mrs. L. F. Terrell and her
son Junior returned Heights
Mr H H Davis Sunshine. yesterday
Mrs R. A Tunley Year Book from visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cox aunt Mrs. Paul W. Kirk of ABC AND SPEED QUEEN WASHERS
Mrs in Fort Lauderdale who accompanied Columbus were present Mrs Carl B: Roth of Tropical !
L E.
I Ashley Programs
1I :Mrs Paul Hoenshel; Martin them on a trip to MiamI. Farms is leaving! Saturday to
Public Joe Courson returned Monday visit her sister and brotherinlaw HEATERS
Count Library. Mrs
I ;a :; ;;; HOME FURNISHINGS Carroll Dunscombe chairman Major Bert Krueger of East from DeLand where he is a In Jacksonville
: Fourth Street left Monday on a student at Stetson University, GENERAL LINE OF SMALL APPLIANCES
I Mrs L C Klckliter, Mrs O D.
business trip to Norfolk. Va. to spend two weeks with his parents Miss Cornelia B. Adams has
Quin :\an Mrs J. R. Pomeroy, EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE
McMillan\ \ Furniture Co. :Mrs! Evans Crarv Mrs Ralph e- Mr. and Hrs A. C. Cour- received wood that her brother,
I Hartman. Mrs. J Stewart Roberts, of son of Eldorado Heights He John B. Adams, who is 111 in a''
H H. Hipson and '
610 ORANGE AVE. FORT PIERCE 'Mrs L. El: Ashley. Chattanooga has arrived to will then return to attend Stet- Buffalo hospital is much improved Hutto Radio and Appliance (
I I take over the management of son school where he has been Mr Adams was a guest j
PHONE 699 GIRL SCOUTSLEASE the Flamingo Hotel from Mrs appointed Boys Counselor of the tar five months of Miss Adams,
204 Osceola Ave .
FOR SCOtT C\MP Anna Maje Brown who with music camp in Stetson coming here- from Millburn, N. J'I Opposite rre"'N
--- --- -- her
Billy and Owendol -
Mr Jolly Bozone. Ms.
Harry >'n. who have gone to Chat- -
Kenning of Jacksonville and
tanooga on a visit.
Olive! Burgess left yesterday
MARINE STORAGE mor :,ng to Uke Scout AnneL eI ; -f-
LeRoy Huff has arived in Stu- -
ach ... -. -
Judy Arbogast and Joyce art to spend the summer with /
r4enf; .eld automobile to the I
his mother.
Mrs F. O Huff of
Deer Lake Scout Camp. wherethe''x I \ I IIIeN4 ,
theShado'Ala'I1- Apartments /I j- .','
I un
: spend two weeks with after
s'an Mondayat
HAULING/:' AND REPAIRS "::0 other Scout.. the tnheritof Florida l as 4, I
in II 1 Iy1
Electrical Enitme r I ww.
Dr Hollis Potter has returned I Ii I

WELDING MACHINE WORKJACKSON'S to his home In Chicago. after II

pending a week here at the' I '
Stuart Hotel. I -


Mrs. Luther Damron has returned -

Machine Service to her home from the .
Martin County Hospital and i l'

PHONE:' 156W3 JENSEN BEACH Improving satisfactorily.-e- ; :

MIss Isabelle Rogers is arm
OK Sunday from New York. toP \..
nd a fortnight as the guestof eI
[If Your Local Lumber Dealer Cannot Supply You WithLUMBER Mr and Mrs. T. L. Hausmannat

1 their villa Rivercrest. Se-
alls Point. Investments

e- I
Mrs. Roscoe Rollins of St. I '

Lucie Crescent who has been Sales and Listings Throughout "

WHY NOT CALL I visiting her father R. Y. Blanks Martin County )

in Trezetant Tenn.. since May

RAY MELTONAT 17. is now !in Vashville as the W. B. TILTON

I guest of her brothEr-ln-lllw and
I'' Ister Mr and Mrs. Patrick
ONeill of Windsor Drive. I Krueger Building

Sunrise Transit OfficeFORT Miss Sara-e-Rollins returned PHONE 161

f home Monday from Stetson University Home Phone 158-M LIFEBLOOD

I In Deland to spend the .. -
PIERCE summer with her parents Mr.
and Mrs. Roscoe Rollins of St.
PHONES: 230 or 610 I Lucle Crescent.

I __ u7ere Flew of
Miss Mel da McCoy who was NEVI Eil
employed by the Stuart Drug !}

I Co.. left Thursday for her homein f.d'J

Williamson, W. Va called 1111BIKE
% brother.there by an accident to her ; MOTOR

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rrreu s .0'0.' & ,
... man is
master of
= --. r many giants the great

-- ',,- -- t --v" ships that carry his goods to many lands. the thiotluig

,5-1I JI.. & Die locomotives thundering along shores of increiL
c., I'f "" yo *

\\>:.i i" "I insist on the Electric C STCARTSISCE .c\ beauty. the roaring turbines that create electricity b
[ ;. J Service and Repair Co, .ii Prompt metered delivery service I I light his homes and turn the wheels in his factories .

'7-' ..,j..-) (- : to all, users ef fuel oil[ ,In South and the sleek burner that
:!< i doing the work. They x 191Z \ heat his homes apartment
rii .
\ :f <; .-.. houses, hotels
wired my home and I I' '-"'.", to\: ...' I to the largest industrial plant. and hospitals his schools, dmrdtt
--'C. :.r-: w. / stores and public

-::;:;.!/b-f: ....::-r know they are good," < SpedaDzeItentab ,,"pJo1 Complete Dock end Barge faci/i//ei/ // buildings,

tor ,\ g0e seV for Bunkering Shipt Giants alII! and fuel oil is their lifeblood. No other
o.\- fuel
does so many tasks as well as oil for indee

I I LtI BELCHEROIL oil is the king of fuels A

ELECTRIC i I Mt JnR :.. .M ".M
SERVICE & For Information portal on' mmlnnf And no other fuel
iI .. Mann to is
h i I il l n, Cur: fcninOTt I ,
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REPAIR Real Estate InsuranceWrite UK N.. MUJM, Sn. at delivered, so easy to
When tbrkot
COMPANY I ESTABLISHED I 1915 use. you think cf fuel)

or See MIAMI AND PORT EVERCLADES, FLORIDA oil. and when think
J. L. The Sea ChestPhone you of fuel oil, think of f Belcher
"KJUw.rf" T.yUr A First in Fuel Oil in
JOHN E. TAYLOR I IO.ceola South Honda!

t PHONE DEHON tUILDING Bid*. Phone IOU I Fort Pierce 431

STUART 100 South 2nd St. Sbuth '

I Fort Pierce Florida i Yeat.


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