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 13, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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Ia WRECKED VESSEL issue of The Stuart News U being mated 10 COMMISSION NOW

4ss % Predicted as Black Market newly nominated member of Florida"! Senate :
IEJTS100 f Small craft were warned to every C-nuB 9dur> Stj;:sty K. .'.., UP TO CITIZENS
ssr stay) several hundred yards and House State Cabinet member, city manager* el .
Gobbles Florida municipality and to the ZOO -.r SBUXt. In.ard j Na sa.c
Nation's every newspaperswhich
distant from the wrecked Na
Supplies 7 .* ... .., ,-... ,
of the Florida .
e JB TAXESBy tug south of St. Lucie Inlet are member Press Auociab- ;j L OMtrti SAYS DP. MEYER
It carries three in the form of advertisement .. '
because of jagged pieces of messages :., Job.'aa r '''UUT since li'.t-

CPA celling prices which do wholesale! cannot purchase at metal which have been cast *> i...i arttagJ 'na.rman rrue ,
hot allow sufficient (1)) A call to Americans to curb the
By Kick profit in top on-the-hoof OPA prices. on the reef In the vicinity of flagrant > otath i : .%. B. Brooiti Jr; Says Department Will i r r
thus muure of unions which "strike tbe
butchering running wholesale power by again
craft have been
t001"a! dress, the Explosives "Crack Down" On Flagrant -
.. packers out of business meat and come out people." F'.r' :A..l. two mm h.
were u>rd/ In an attempt to demolish
Yes. given by local butchers as the with a profit at UK ceiling price the! steel craft and fragments (2)) An appeal from the City of Stuart to the 54.. tale fidau1lla.. a: Cases

i cause of the worst Ilor wiling, newly nominated legislators of Florida to immediately eommwint.
>ecntirEt' e meat short- They do not feel ol the hull have been cast over a .oeeranaei: Bach 1UZI1 :IHLit 2 I agro ever to hit Martin county. that B wide In begin a study of the finance difficulties: of tbe municipalities J 5.r':aOtber .
.. : lax hoarding or the railroad Mea many cases A: J Daytona: : 'lure if a rieaa-up l campaljtr
... y '! At no time during the war was strike had much to do with the being just a foot or two below in their counties and districts *o that they officers named *ere' \is to be successful in ttartn ,

r.'r;' ifarUn I meat as scarce as it has been present scarcity of the meat surfac" may be fully informed and able to act on coojtroctrre 'i:=::j.'- A Cni. ::rs JackMXiNEW :! count} Dr. Marshall W Wct r
al .tltion.I t legislation for the relief of the cities in tbe 194? .,.
L daring the past two weeks and supply. ':" -L.:=.....::. C. r district health officer of thi.

: oJ c *J0 47 as- I the NEWS interviewed localmarkets That black markets ate (flourishing session. A.. 4' 8-__ .j;.-.a=,": and South.astern Florida Health ,
2 IH5! ((3)) A by Martin Count Anti-Mos
w : f proposal '
for ,
J1 .f' first hand opinionson is an accepted fact and 2 ye : 'v:' : P'.l..m Otstnct Vero Beach told 1'111\' ; \)
LiS I the situation which quito Control District that the State of Florida plan '
Is E. ,
now as long as cattle men are oilered '" Sid city commission! > i' u,
t:. .;ay hit considered\ critical and carry out a comprehensive "all-Florida"..-
r. 25 cents .. ,
a pound for 10 FARM PRODUCTSIS ou.t feloii At the jiut i 'i.Fndaj
a rhtchsament. Beef ham lamb and bacon are cent bet they will hardly be paign to eradicate mosquitoes and tandflie. in cooperation HARDWARE\
M with the districts and counties already
practically nor.-existent! Poultry. hunting an OPA dealer In a Then u au mag.r i in a eh'IlI'
...JIoQd\ working piecemeal and hit-or-mit on thin problem. '
cold cuts and frankfurters have patriotic zeal to fight inflation he declared
,:> campaign.
with the that eradication of these
t counted (filled the bill-of-fare on local Less argument annoyingpests
: competitive buyIng STORE TO OPEN Such; drives are bHl tlciil bu;
-COO teas tables can be accomplished: efficiently: only by an
until one butcher re- is urged by some as the I they must be put on a cuntmu
over-all effort which will chare its benefit with tbe
., it Ad.mpeI. '
I ) i) : : maiked "I ve eaten chicken myself only means of overthrowing the .r..i: basu Equipment and dnvu

c this week until I'm about to black market. Paul Hoenshel, Scientific: State>at-large, ABOUT JULY 1 1ST.DTCM a.a.t be available I tu propel
c ."TT an start cackling" To which a Every butcher In Stuart reported Grower, Discusses Food _. ape u-f debris and ua: >t> t''"i
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cake to wise-cracking customer retort- ,+I| that supplies reaching Situation At Rotary .ecec1 by nou* holdr.

:x_ ,.funded I edI: look at my youngsters | him have diminished as much as Club i SEA DIVER SPEAKS I Helpful measures .uigt, aoy I
: by the every morning to see It they'resprouting 65 per cent during the past TO KIWANIANS ; the official were
Cc&er Owners Of Sew
1 Pallll-loel1bhel. scientific -
l i : taa tax tall feathers''" month. They say that meat grower Harold B. Diilason prolelonal *- Business '1-, Rake and clean yard, Dpa .

zt j the Market managers agreed that rr'nnhlnu> "/ ,,1 I .".i ii l llfi/ ; I lift 1') who spent years developingthe tt debru at curb, tar < ,>IIwc. .
"N mtni Toil I Ma\aca groves before I I :. sea diver for 15 yearn BLOW\ AT
i_ -- --- : Pick all
1 fall n all
a i
I up
rxpcilincnlliiK with Martin !tav, a graphic account of hisI !<...:.+ : &:: : C"oIt: c-

'JENSEN DISTRICT arming discussed the I I experiences in a talk at Friday'., .-> :...w--: ::. Ner..ham daily.
county !
Jzur:: WILL LEVY MILLAGE :mm DEFEATS .. dO5L a'or.: Stuart.: '2'' Inspec: pretnU lor Miiiju; '
t" ..itrRtrltrr. lood situation-as related to ,Kiuan.s: luncheon Exhibitinga OUTCALT FAMILY F ::
L cans bottles. and othrr 1'111.
D FOR STREET LIGHTS ,iKnrultiiie! -- at the Rotary diving outfit he explained the r.:ItJ:IIPied ta, stricture in t
:::ant doc tatners that can hold water
luncheon Wednesday I I technical angles of its operation ""': seeLs--and plan to upmra
i :i certil BOYNTON 143I '. UuxcUminaUng mosquito bleedsag. .
Martin county commissioner, Adwir: kusceu here
The world is probably more and answered questions
1944 or I Mr. Donald OutcaJt And rill up all depressor
0I ..Lctoantedted passed & resolution. on request food conscious now than it has I! ions the audience I Baby Suffer Fatal Injuries ,., .- ifcxts Jonless; '!' -
: I Owbaie cans house i bleak
; <
In humorous he debunk ::: ''reeL 6tiay: :CC:=
.- the of the Jensen Beach Business.Men' been for 50 years. he began a manner In Car Accident .
use the : association to levy additional I Sailfuhers Still Hold Record and research scientists are going I I :d much: of thc glamor of B.....:: are. ve'eras ,t tl odd fttttas proof clean and hat.t.ch
As Only Undefeated the business, evoking Wu II Etec hara: -*" d 111'''
:S Into angles never considered diving trori a 1).lIIiNt !buoeat (
Tjvccch : :
',: .: millage-In the I / '4* Clear .... .
county area
'' spray u
Team In ConferenceHank I I UM: ZSHh Sernr* Sq'.d1"OC'''
brfoi". he said. !lighter as he told of his part
I the Donald O 'calt lama: "*, .
Sat, Jensen district only-sufficient I Although plantings were In a movie in which hr fought Ary: tar: F..cev< wsue!: CI'r/ ,, ** *! Ktrpjub.: .I"CU.1

.: to cover the cost of Installingand Pennock. Sailflshcr ucrd about 50 per cent Ie-I r. man-eating thark which was, last weekend when Mn. OticaJi TJU will Use Arne: A:- forrTr ,I :: : :

.Of tO maintaining lights along' the shortstop. took. his turn at the the war because of men of pro- '! wired to an anchor And the( 30. and baby daibHitcr Bemadetta. *.. cag Cnrnaa.d I Iellmtnate' I.: .1.11'' rte:

s mlns old Dixie highway through Jen- pitchers mound Sunday and uuclng age being taken Into the I M'ccmful' treasure hunts are 7 mooUiK. oaffcred taisd m- Too "-o o'T':: r zsxae:rte *nt> ho.l.rb'r""
.N JerUonaty breding place fur ..,
.JIIIrililllllled: a r.oew COI'C:!' ''
Len Beach.A scrvlc'. the food crops Increased I never published in the papers, junta in a cw IMICIIIIDt neu t''J.1
f mot hoed Boynton Beach 14 to '"iIn,pert pi'iiiibinnectior .,
: letter signed by Edward (Continued (On Page Six) I he ttalcd\ "although I know H..mlet.N.C. = .s.IdIC :: ''f.out V I fir ,
n .:: Ux Ward secretary of the association 3. This puts him in the same many wealthy mrn in the Carih- X +t- terwitu- !. s Ink.unl unk C

::" + ,real de- bracket with Stuarts other AND COUNn' I Mr o.Lt\ait.. .... arm Bsataidl eru... fainpi' t.II.1o, |:: ....r, '.' 'd', ,
stated: that the narrow. bran urea who got. uicir lortuiwi e
-cen only and who TlLl. ,. t ... ,,. ., ., I I prq)O rli
*w.ding road created a traffic time pitchers on games won ASK COOPERATIONF.E.C. : the. .sea bottomsDavidson 9 a nice wewmpaoat'dthem XB kStaaor
'" toU of I 7. rhlf'k"11" : 1 IN 11 IL I, ,
j hazard in that section and thatthe according to Manager John ON WIDENING I Is ,aralieu:ing/ at the i were' repealed to te ss H.: v 1"I. cleaned .
+ Cage of aIIJIIooI: P.r... :t.'lid dally and InllnI.-" 'IIJIOIIed
business that S I iclr auto '-(.n: but nenrTntoaliftofea'
: men agreed a six j) I cHcaped! *1Ui tumor as siltsThe
a st xai DMNetted. Mann who Is blessed with Resolutions by Martin county die StJsuj !Km! Cr. u of ol prop !ily to pr: <.H I
he has .
.. tax levy would be the most
01. -. an. ..jA fufc .
ju -
:) : : : pitchers and four catchers for commission and the City of Stu-. his the ba:dsa.a.. se"a' a' 6etersi
equitable means of financing spe u Uniteelsaging(
; 'o climb! ( the project.'KRUEGER. the Stuart nine ait have been approved asking Navy tug which remained hung trip to the death bed J. 'toti r.awaBUYING:- ....: ... I' Dr. W 1rsho i.ll! did i 1..1...i ,.tdeanup _

s ... ':f ted tat Sunday's game was a drawn cooperation of the Florida East I on the St. Lucie reef alter a father in AJlawn] Pa. aria see - -. : impilsji b''.' : :,

:a 4 r.th th turning&: to SEBATI itttfr >.:- the oi.-.cance. and adva..' ,. I ,
dlssentlon over
REQUESTSCITY out contest with Const; Railway to move its tracksin wreck last November He will .
the jBntTil **: raj:: : -. POWER lOotinged CMt Pate Si\
'if ted newoutUng around ternLng&:
TO FORCE official! decisions a northeasterly direction a begin a speaking tout of colleges( ..
.cal r who disqualified sufficient distance to allow widening accident occurred at 3 M
CREEK OPENING a base umpire ; in the fallKIWANllsTOLD
J '> 'nat: 90'1 Rlcoti for taking Issue after of the old Dixie highway' Thursday 1)rt.l it'J; : { at---( \I'JI1TT BKormu

:ec threatening Ferguson for run- through Stuart without condemning dent were. nw jiwn on w,t.r-:: ..riccenrd OF FLORIDIANS! rilll'IM.b 11'IfJlJtr
A. P. 'iBrt'' Krueger last' .
4 \r t .t\HflnU
a friends*' ;
,= ihows nig!!! protested to the city com- i ning over a second baseman. business property on / .
1ii t L forK the the southwest side of the Dixie Oilier lailrd to( wju c
age Mann summed up ,
::) mi*.ton that pnvate bulkheacting i sciousncf and titfo: ;36! .'.>'""." HITS 2 BILLIONS I> K --e.: Mirtm, ; '
"He was always The evolutions ask the F.E.C.to
position by
Gteates at the mouth of Krueger Creek % after the aorJ: nl:: and Ube baby -l-c'.nr"'I'.e i .of,t ttlf ." .f f
.1 KelP' has the St I in the right place at the Sit Its tracks over in the half- 12 BILLIONS IN .
/ resulted in clogging F undo:! ct.rlCt!
CoX. :a died a day laterFuneial con n I rat(
I :51K.Iii' and wrong time and In the wrong, mile stretch south of Roosevelt .
Luc.e Estates yacht basin. I srrripft '' beAd! m c/mmitt a of the Ctvilui Pi' ,
TT< "
bi It. Pc-c-ple Have Spend
fl': place at the right time' gaCity
I :C::. 4t.. naked the municipality to forcer I Boynton scored their first run Commissioner Phil Pence U. S WAR BONDS the Catholic: shunts: m .*Ttjf fMrLii BLT Mo Mt-Few Good auction Administration i nets( ;',, '
o,>enlng of the mouth of the I ,, .a totUv that th .
::.t!:'" '' in the fourth Inning. In the one Bert Krueger recently conferred Tuesday with biansa] in the JatB- To Be T ', ; eorrmirtr: !
.t: .. r creik by d dglng. The board' Arnold stepped with railroad officials at I ii;\ plot there Mr. OuicaJi! itMl> pressed' l.'Jtrurtll1n nl I 11" I: .

:::; too'. the suggestion under advise I' fifth chalked Horace off a double lorStUoArt up \ugubline' who said that. dc- Of I the* hr would" re-t.ujr: tci SImIan Sarrr,_:.r ""me: 6 f'Jot1ondian,.. I//tat t Brn'h', prnp", .F'rI I i"ot, : I I i.,
Bent, and National War Record I '.stir K--:1c .., .....
5Uv aU"lor',1'
got a single and claim would be dcfcncd until I Released the laM. of this vtrk nl aHls: w.c re'ar's" 'rcns Cll':$._... are n. a"
._ ; Dyer Civic Orgnnimtion ;
I B >', -- -- Pennock wiped off the home locd 1 authorities presented; a detailed The OulcaJU came: l& Stoaurt IMC.nt. sudi will be spent:' in iltarnr y.t..rday at wl.i.|.i ipwjeet ,II, ".1.."

**"- JI)_ SIMS itOMAN: I plate for two runs on a double. plan of the project. !(Our years ago;( and laced no the b( biuHajti"; :JB pndtctiaas of; was giver; (collate i'' I ,."

.: HOME ROM: N.\VY I KIwanis International announced Kibin' apartment: at lilt tttf testy Thbtnldini, 'd.
31', 1i the last. four Innings Stuart -- -- the rwearci: t-rswon: of the I l I
__ I In/
.. '. 1. the air. ANTHOLOGY WILL today that its 160.000 dock. He was a rjraliasi ovOx.anre :.- Fro Ma Scale Clamber of OMBsirvie '' Ottot are oral house an ,rlt1 ,

.;. )' 1 Arthur James Sims. 19. son took to Cilffln who the host INCLUDE POETRY m nbers. throughout the United man at ibc Foot FtttvtNaral .J:1.: St TeeftJ" innntai re- I i !.net: appliance shop anti 1111))1'));

2 '.1.' ": ot County Commissioner and Ceorge "Dad" of the BY MRS. THOMASA States and Canada purchasedand base uatU n rtuwtf about: nrv reiea rtd today I i for the partners of the i cone'''' ,,
84 8499t ; dubbed as
;. .r : ', Mr Arthur Sims of Hobe Sound. Sal boys.fishers. knocked out a double sold war bonds valued at a year ago when Jw beganrwt- 'SaJa a.:4 ar.ap potenltatamax i I Both nave. returned fronemment :") '.1'"

..J.c:' rec;Ired his Navy discharge In two to keep his Florida Anthology now being i more than $2449000000 during: inp for Vernon CTmor.! : M bfc fee .wttaeated I bJ protections, ;;:rvtce itnce tune' 'J'

.!:: Shc. makr. Calif last week and and scored cent runs batting average compiled by Leon A. Gray World War II. Federal highway; served stetson of pact arnsty.the naeardi 7 I t and S pUn: to extend:: tbri PI"

:";' $812'- is rome after 30 months service.He thousand. Harrell per played his usual research associate connected I In a special message to clubs I! They were active in: the Catllloillr ...m' Rated aDd referred to ear radio bu,ineia

-, = :, flew to Tallahassee arriving i in center field as'' with the College of Education I observing All Kiwanis Wrek ;, church oreaoiutMacu: aaad aaradr Fans; ilam4rrmemt II6l aarreeabdatavrs I,

c.s,:.!>. loo"; In Ome: to join his parents to bangup game at left and Stillerat Un'verslty of Florida will Include I I Jure 9 to IS Hamilton Holt many friends m Sluul dmnmg ot eflectm3nc : My1nR I,,111\' un M\\\G.n

.; 100". a It.-id the college graduation of did Ferguson several poems by Mrs J. I Macon Oa. prominent southern their four-year n'adnew: brae ei a.c: to the Ctumftefse loon c1ch.Lm. manager tIlb '

and mliiaroogh I his sister. Grace Elizabeth right. Ha P. Thomas of Stuart and I CPA regional '
ry of office
heads the list of Ind istrlalist and president atem of':: ma** sate for 144a aAtlinti

,- the J-n: spent IS months in the Jesse Arnold with son.e of her work will aLso be Kiwanis International also revealed JAYCEE ELECTIONSET the _to_i of the renew I leas conveyed apprtcla-:

.U.> get Use Naj V-12 unit at Tulane University pitchers for Sunday's losses game to date. inc'uded' In a handbook for high that Klvianians collected FOR FRIDAY "Prewaalms rdcaian bane. reM4 : ten of the bureau to City Manage -
operate \ before going to Oakland I II three wins no schools donated -. L a East for cooperation'!
az; C In BOYNTON COMES: III lit 3.144.245 tons of scrap the!! : Florida retail
J tr 1M1 as- I Calif where he served as a yeo- 218212 pints of blood and obtained ftuart Javce\ .'.L ID M ii Klr su< nmaw: it a total of SL- i tn uw CPA program which
,*d SUND.tY AT 3 P. :M. G. H. DONALDSON, 64 ,
:=: approxl- mai with the Air corps. He flew additional blood donors 8 "'('lock Friday ajpj-i n: the HS.Mi.'t1M] dtaftravtiasi of 110 iteied .iavms building material -
=: Sundays on the SUFFERS FATAL HEART t
i94Q Next game
1tW ain to Tokio a 8-day special court house tier, ,olfir-ij,! needed [for construction
on numbering 488736A'l to t ne-a : !uas!: notion* n mdicati of the :
home field at 3 m. offers ATTACK MONDAY I
Stuart p. .
: mlllage.e mfcTJon: during the war i it Klwanis Week, observed AU interested m.b e CI.CUILXtloi *- =.:rikts s. TanIJI'.IIf fields. i ol setean 1 ho,.>luinu
the i
of excitement as
roll of $ %.- ,t: A graduate of Jupiter High I plenty : each year at the time of theConliiiunl are invjt'd: tti( JIIKXUS! Dm; -'i Seeakabsa sbovtrMe tbretMuC '
Beach nine will return Gilbert Hcniy Donaldson 64 I
If1II than tbe Mrjol. where he starred inbasset / : j I I President L M lobniicJn .
: n hen I the visit with vengance The former city employee. died of a ( '; on ruSe 5)) leadumq -tamlimtlmw' t'aIl THE TIDES
tom ball and baseball, he 'z t load: S3SM3.m. fmcalJrtii
that the heart attack afternoon ,
sHq team manager stated Monday ,
&l.sfSamfftt plans! to enter the University of I r..Ji r: r< S U*?..
::. ,, > 80 and
j l' sas S3S4.31 pitchers all about equally qualified during a card game at the park
{ Florida in September. Shark Industry Lets ContractFor$28OOOProcessingPlant r ra4 stores jmj*, jiL A more III: ,. .., ..
IL: su 7MJ37 will draw straws for themound. pavilion. Dr. F. B. Eurit who s I r. I....e
roil I I I1'he was In the game, pronouncedhim 'f".Utd' scealirn s 8&lYaII1.:7 '1.r-:, : y;::. 4" ..... 10", .. .h... ar I

BIG SEASON SEEN I i bar became .....1.. _
c.., I county's 10-ton bulldozer dead. Although he had p of grtil- r. I .is, I to..,,. l
been "
D given tois KRAFT area r-r evk, s.i. a h. I'
Y.Y si-
BY e-r
: which MANAGER operated' by Orlffln Is busy this ,, not been in good health he had aupplty stnsspas to ether. ... ,
make ON RETURN HERE :: fieu9i' at: wad stated. Cslailer..kiY .b. r J !
tt' '* coanUft to I i work leveling off the outfield of been laughing a few minutes before : .t.wmlc fI "N?1 I.'' I. \'II.

t &r.3 "-1 I the local diamond. Members of'' his unexpected collapse I Bert D. Keck architect announced mowing his f&ouji.f: ; SUIU -T&r TCMHB* I delinquent O. B. Kraft manager of Martin std:: tine: mot. vm fii.aotber It ,, a.laiaMs 1ee
Stuart that contract They hare rented a beast AI boy d :
AD nalya: the team have provided bleachers Mr. Donaldson came to today 11 di .4::.4Mrs : 1s.'a' .

gyp'; .:; '7 of I County Chamber of Commerce and wire stops at the fourth from his native home. Cairo. Oa, for a $28.000 processing plant at 1061 East 4th ta : !! emr nisi, >i HULL depcadTatanw r.-,. rY i.-' .',t a IS :tat 2" \
makes It 'H
night :
returned Tuesday Salerno for Shark Industries Executive olficr m JJ; tic (01iIJC1Ct' aT tqIIIIIII mSliCln"The r.. nisei I I
** I etrret ball park and are hoping 22 years ago and owned a home .. I- In I; Inn .4l 9I5:' i if
Jbtt lr w tuft" with Mrs Kraft from a 28-day for some real hometown sup- In Monterey. He and his wife Inc. has been awarded to Con <.1 in the Debcc tnuldu&c: ; :am ba ants of spending D...... I) t"I": .tt! I:" J

17 are bud-eJ and don% tour in which he represented the port Sunday afternoon Rosa Bell, reared a family of' tractor Frank Johnson of Sa Stuart in the near fatsor; taut power after retail sara: __:.:: "::I 1.1

b ap Juata.o .Stuart church at the 158th Central five children and had nine lerno. homes are being saaglil: for the appcciaks s:5.JMDOO.:: Tats t

:! (!ten: 10 &he coI- Assembly of the Presbyterian SITE-SALE" POLICYTO grandchildren all well known He stated that the CPA endorsed I I office persocneltlREPROOF amesst we to tar rent, sealers f THE WEATHER '
protPerity Church. U. S. A and represented I! ' Z to 1 ra '-et GO IN EFFECTON in tuart.I priorities for building ma- BOUIIVCi mrolragsalts' '. -'t.' ., .. .
:; to deeven the Stuart Rotary Club NAVY SURPLUS 'I Funeral service was conduct te rials for the project, considered TO BE II x M nET aM saran >. A per taaetotal I ..'" _."" t. "" ..<.h.r> ""Ofeorviim" ,0b. .

aT anti--h- with at the International Rotary Convention I ed by the Rev. Usorge Melton, essential to public welfare I Mr Keck "boW tvgrmtti DII7 .. ot T 5.3.215 ic Florida te
open to"I both held at Atlantic Surplus property at the Navy I pastor! of the Fort Pierce Primitive The plant Is one of only threeof i the construction (of t 1m> now these: tfcre calesones n Tf per ; !If_.. !If.."._... "' ,
A SItS -- City. N. J base, Fort Pierce, at Camp Cordon church at Johns Funeral Its kind In the United States i building. Mid that 11 via be of trm tt teat mtxaacal average.Casrvtottaot 7' .

ALL I In addition to the Atlantic Johnson, Carrabelle and at chapel yesterday afternoon. The and will furnish \itamln content concrete re-eclccvrd wisi sierL wen made af- I Jn Jar 1 ;! H ) I I I IJw

"*'g YARDS City conventions Mr. Kraft con Welch hospital, Daytona Beach, body was sent to Cairo where extracted from shark oil. Mid will measure: 41 I 8J feet UT efcmfcnaoac, .t tDtSvatisalvffl "- .. '

: tacted tourist points In New Jersey. for Borden Tbe approximate price of d009 : _- vffl jbaista ..' It wu noted. la : ;; tJYY
& Is being readied for "sale on the service and burial will be conducted milk for the com- J..u '

[J *** Is calling Virginia. North and South cite," according to the War Assets Saturday. pany of which the Salerno plant ) is exclusive of enrclprnmiL.: tie ; la M 11 I a
la 1941 "litI'AlL tw rwcas: j
owners to Carolina, checking on gin or iriT r ivr I
10 Administration Survivors Include the wife, is a division. said Although a vaninmiee U'Peof sY- s w ,
4s leate fly: and tourist now to Florida." Certain items are being set one daughter Mrs Doris Dickey Price French, son of R. M. architecture ..J3 be tuafl-: the Plums air prorw ai for a i..' ,-.. Ii- is I I '..1
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of IIoCa.ReuooIIlta i Everybody I met he said aside for veterans of World War of Miami, four sons, Floyd and French of Hialeah who maintains building will have nwwlrra: offices r rmmmmminffitj 6Ib i fry and A JlT fir'. I I. I
&ft&b Florida r I.
I-t.n-t piled near seemed to have been to II who present certifications plusa Cecil of Stuart; Herchel l of Panama the headquarters plant and cbovers. with rpectas < piimaaiea teeba3 game St.',.. Ii 1.11 11'f t Fins

.: tip Nay are aez -;was Interested In Florida, or is notice to appear at the site I' City and Curtis who lives j there will be in charge: of the I emphasis on good wc'tl1aballm.Crd : i brre cut Zr..) 4. aceorffln to U I Ir

L Poured| op by, planning.. to come to Florida next sale. lr Cleveland Martin county) concern and Is ( tm. ptf 'a Fair Jfrn::: uetaarssa ...... .. .- ... :: f n0. !I'' ,
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r .tJ. ,Jd .IL., ., t \ ..$1 4.. ,?, t ,tout: nORID", nun B.Y fI'NE 1R 'eel I,
spending some timeat A snakeGated
----- ',,,-,l .1'I ,11ltl'] ((11 "I 'the II rt' i 'i teiloi' lakes In'' dan oei\! ....athe public I foi) ill As stated! b<'f'I'I'' 1 1n the> I Miami their are home In Palm Cly tb.
-- J rj"l'lda) i Bin Cypress bock of i 1hjJ1] 'pot' become scarcer. ( Idi K very h r1I And th Czekey is recover-I taller, i

; I FISHING : \. 'o H' ash I h )trtluilly blockI'I i. nr, "lid m(>r[' -.Cnn: and more I I I'r,, .king loose "o.nd 1 Itkl' an firs, Joseph pneumonia at the Oood of tin' 'B

y ) :: .., \ '1111'1 11,1,1,I -"'nllnienth.mid ) ill inm UK spoithinnn. You n'id! nine lenses appear; more JI'I i row pulling her !lr wl out of jolt!: from, !hospital at West Palm ,

.. .- .) ,un.. > lust line. but I have to gel j pl'mlsslon i to go In 'I'11 and! more loads are blocked- the corn-cob Snmniltnn ,
I IN THE FAJOLS ,,, I fish- a i cog. or puJl'nu Beach .
,ul'e" a ,I "I ret to fish n lake made by Ood and tnd the IP iless and loss --.--" - Foil
t I .", t I:lilt"' ,t und duo owned by the people of Floilrla\ \ I it Ig, stopper" out of a vinegar JUII.! UNRRA I I- staffed by an international I fATLCALFAR
I St. Lucie Region z& 'l1l1l1t! J Jiv ; :I.., "withoutI' I Tu heck(' with 'that business I ------ Brother when yea have these ( civil' service comprlsinc I

.. I''' ,)J rnlhtcdt I n'.rt' .lil, right to The people of Florida have! sat II symptoms you are really mrkI| about 10000 person recruit i M
'_ UfF TPI,& SrUartr: tt a Q..IA.. uf .an:!*l S5ISOI CES __, ': that ,l''( th .11'In.lr! to his I en th(!Ir hands while an Inept Editorial Desk I Inn" ri rom 41: 11111ons.CHILLS, : I I The Bttt 1 1I ootn! r
all v1' Rot
Wall Brother
_- .. we but 1 .Inn) <1,111"(1 i If I am -:1
r rr and
-PUtI'M.1" % (*EEU : : r" : /,11.1: bundling I leadership has I
', to I "i 'vn ("m i kneea ': Odds and EndsThe to ndd Is If von dIdn't knoll I BUY
ng my BC
YIN fl-aNT :-., 'U-: ;\\f. I;: .re others!' unally allowed Its great natuial, &: FEVER
i the "l1d say ,,, m\' (nsclence( : the you know nowPalm
'.y WiM insets to get Into hands of
', I
:' OJB.: I i" p ?!ct farm-
I f!nino! that you can : the feJURI a few years ago i: practice of putting the 1111111 DUE TO MALARIA' Altar CreaiWFST
l1j hunt
: : ,,xra7 A ''J" not
: _, j-r.- ... 1 hardly hunt I or i llih anywhere -If we had had courageous names 01 contributing firms on
'. : .t'. ,... '* ''I. .'11',if pert PAL*
: I 1 :! u Florida without, trespassing State! II'Rdershlpltlid have baseball uniforms and making! I tt

.. .. j : t ,r'I, '" IJ' 100 n) ihi- sacred rights ol some been easy to set aside vast public 'I BalllvantliiR sandwich board 'I City!?: News RELIEVED666 458 Flamingo liFRESH p.

.. ._ -4 .I1sIIL1 "u''man timi} r owner, 01"' land areas. because! the I out of the players H degrading Sly Mm, IHnhlniiailllllllllllllltllllllilllllllMIIIIIIIIIIMII
', hinder 11 the Stn.c owned all the men
1' r Garth" InN nearly wild t
*. .. ; IjCK OW" S "-. =/(. ti ,,:'.1"11I"' ,11111)(1\ ) land In Florida for non-payment and wholly tmn''cesrary '' / -'
I sine the firms would contilbute Ernest }Band "
; Mi and Mr*
J I ''I:' 1 learn blurt moM ol th i 01 taxes 1
i ', TEA= 17cPO5.ND .' Lvinr'' ] anrl i IKhniv 1 1: One Instead they sold our birthright : ; the uniforms Just all'illlnQly '' two chili;i'en letunIheh (. _EX__ { B
\, without the odvsitlsIn home In West Film( B' I''
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i I ." ,.... '.. .....')t'..._,J .. '1 I I for u mes/ of pottage::; I In fact It Is my belief after A visit wl Ih: Mr. nl111 i MClald '
uncmb when wa po.s1'olIt.
-.' would prefer just to
; toot: they (' "MvagcMm ,
{ J.'E PARKER! IMSU \lclt scales of woodland lakes I, 1 have the name of the team lettered David Baker and tin,
; t1 'n Martin county: without run- I' on the unifo:ms and ccr- children arc visiting lelum] KSI 1A rNSt'
: Lid TU\ DEL'ClOLaDATE ling, Into a barbed Mite fens tuinlv that would be a finer ftpI1 iin Crescent City .
C ANN b HG.JJ 'iy: to do It today Da11
I .roach to dignity. teams Mi and Mrs Owen \\hlddoi
GEMS 1 Do yo i want to fish the North and
I'Upr all represent! towns the weekend with
son spent
rk 01 the St. Lucle River? You
.JJ 5UCtESS not merchants and the merchants In Orlando,
: : r,\C OF ;; i m do It from private pi'ope. ''y. lolatlvee
I ( ] 27ct ... of Tiny town are genei- Mi., Earl Markel and i is?
b',1 be careful not to step| a 12 $ otis and civic spiilied enough to children left for Ohio to \i] i I. J
r "jJ.i. \{ i oral] Invade the personal rlunisi ioiitrbut! on that basis If up- irlendsMis t' SN
{ I i the cattle interests who cvnDIP I FR
_. .._ --... r-.. land along the banks Ttry', iironched prop'rly. Mary McMahon left MOD I ,
t : Personal dignity! '* ImportrntI ,
-- iplintlcull do not want hunt- I day for her home In LOUR -
Y nm not talking rbout frump- her daughter
after visiting
FRESHH FRLIT5 & VEGETABLE: and flsheinica
: ? h poachii: Kn
.. .' ; tlousneKs or false pikt but and son-in-law, Mr and Mr'I
Hi li All that lend I
'I prpKpivcs
I ,.
.;, the Inherent dignity of being a I Douglas Leighton and child ion
;n, IUl1c'd 1 to ,oll! n few years BIJO .
i ; JTTUCE 15 human bring and an AI1H'I'lcan.EII'h Mr. and Mr. John Powell have<
>roc'?\> c .di. -17 '!11 t sag iwnfd, bv: you since Itontd ol us has an obligation to I moved to lake Okeechobee ,rum
the State but
(1' ) bv hi'rsehJ' to his community and
1( I CALIF LONG! W" rf'Tt! 1'' i Stat: sold] it fur u few merely his nuton! not to publicly violate ,, Palm Mi s.City Annie Hammer l left Tn\ ,- -
<''Jlal'i ithotit even setting I the unet ol good last" for Thonnixllle, Oa., to \l'iii Fresh active yeast goes right owj
i ."hie\ c-hl fort dny
M sp ( ramping spots
''POTATOES5 5 27c has
The loin-awaited}
POt: DS The public rights have paper I i I';lathe, No lost action-no extra steps. Heir !t

; 1.( t n mUui'nbl> traduced In united anil of we the should 1946 FUMnjrCiihd" bevli.uibllcaUon ;I :Mrs Charles Evans Is ieco\f i tastier bread flavor-light, smooth ft' '_
I from rt'CE"ntI
Uis.r Ing satisfactorily a
y CEORC'AMMTALOPES' fln-eln.:! this week, and, are hopeful I Illness' and !s at her home on freshness''! IF YOU BAKE AT HOM-) :-:\.
? I don't know
Khlne news of conipletlna'\ by the; end I, the Fleifcchmann'a acute, fresh Yeast with
Martin County hlghwixMi
IOC ,ir1 i When I I; think of how tree ..
POCf'D! //'JARS hiv country i used" to be aid of Bill Junt Mitchell, Stuart News ad I and Mrs_ 81Folh. fro'l! the familiar yellow label Dependable ;;;
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.. / CAPS, LIDS ul 11.11 a wonderland It was a route to for more than 70 3'ears-America's
I ;. .. \titl.Mnn" man !'s en I r : 'z
i CALIFORNIA S:21: I & RUBBERS ,!ldpl'l1I"i --v wiser: you could rerun Atlantic! City N J.. 115 one of the I tested favorite :
1IIYl\'h\ \\Hbotii being ordered\ ,
j 36e : 4 \n.l f"Unto inotnirttontm : ', delegates from the Stuart club '_ .
LEMONS t 0 -I t or having to "Get primi I 'f 1N
DLTLN .J C q he Bill Blue Book. To net your n'py to the International Klwnni I{ \ ,
.. "I' ::1 from nnyol1l'It makes mri I J t '
.end I Ilk with your n nu antlatld. i t r- ; conxentlon Its will visit hKtormei !
I), II i 11 'all7e :hat the spo'tsi -
I' UU IIOTHCtl COMPANY. Muncie, 'Ind, home In Pennsylvania BREAD !! f
: OCR OW N GEORGIA i hn> been 1 sold out---Day--by- rand, plans to return her about ;

:llf-HM\ ; 1 I. I _..___ _'w'.'''____'_'_ -
;; 1 TOMATOES PEACHES 01'i Since the s tb we;cct began of good this taste column, de

I IJ' 1-- crl.Im i and human dignity! it

j' POUND CTNISc .7 .t3 G/ D' Did I Hear niiLht not be a bad Idea\ to end : \

it in the reverse, In going I 0iJ @ .

'' 35c I tin()\\t iih the exchanges. we ran '
{ nto a copy of the Plajgioundt

a's which is published at Foil I'
\\ ,-to-1., Florida Our at uttcn
0 I t ; l *r Somebody Sny Thin \ins attracted tj Uncle CIVe's'' 1 FOILS ME MURDER .
4 Lolumn by Larkin Cleveland

POLND -s\ 011 the front page Uncle Cleve I
Was A SpecialFather's
gRAHAM j CRACKERS BOX lSc I r ([me out recently! with theta

r emcnt that he was unfaml-
J Ial'1 with the term necking."1 YIPPEE, DON'T MURDER THAT CAR, MADAM

1\hl'h11' practically a niyiterus YIPPEE, yOU'KE GOING/ TO NEED IT s
-, -VOLR! TAR i r' Day
] t ran to him the young

h Iks in his day and time never
: T' Dinner ? wing i i it H says a friend wrote
: him fiom Chlpl:

Shame shame,
1 -------- --- I on you I

WHITE NOISE knew< you were getting to b"in !
old rooter i but I thought you

MILK 3 TALL CANS 28c Many u Prison Dad is going know( what necking was or is
If Necking is simply the 1946 interpretation -
I of what love-mak-
tc be surprised with a real feed next Sunday, June' xrrsiy.
iiiR was long ago You get the --- -
KRAFT POWDERED I6th Father Day and it's A good guess that the ulil sitting at a 45 degree angle,

soz.PKG.. fixm'i will come from ANTHONY'S, securely getting a half-nelson''I UT I YOU AND 17 MILLION SO DON'T MURDER YOUR M


t Good Food For All OccasionsANTHONY'S ing a suction tha would make II I Ii NEW CAR. ITMAYSEYtARSBCFORE HEAT. HAVE IT SINCLAIR-KB

dlaphraghm pump ashamed'i THOSE WHO FOR SUMMER NOW

I l SULTANA rr itself At the same tine your i WANT NEW CARS
fever stalls to rise: your breath'
PEANUT BUTTER:: 29c conies It.. krilckeis, or should I GET THEM
have said short pant?' You

eyes roll back, while yoir eyelids \
almost close. In IIml'rall I } .

o.ttkas liutant \1E.\fDF.R. YOU have nn expression on your I nIT
I B'_ DFNS CHATEAU face like a dying calf In a hail
J Coffee 22 oz: 39c Economy ..:i:: Grocery storm. During this ordeal\ !. or

pleasure, you have the funniest I
Cheese 20 Mal. T am
sort of feeling Your !

J. Borax. 16 oz. 15c HOME\ OWNED, FRIENDLY OPERATED mind goes kinder blank, wJiil- I
your body trembles like a I
2 *pound I loaf Coru, SdvcrPolish 01 S kron Ue \\TDI.LIVER 1'eh'phone IU.ft bird dog making its first point. I

1 i f11IIMU! :.tt"ftV.I :.I i break loose and slowly com up MOTOR BY CHANCING TO SUMMER-GRME GEM

1I 82c G W a>J>iatoa ..- -..... ."...... ..:;:;j.- --- _1. SUMMER-GRADE SINCLAIR LUBRICANTS IN REAR till
Coffee 4 64c
1 oz.
t ___ "'l' ....
.ae '* I Mr1
1- "# J1'r
I Pxltle. Patch Dill O110 ON r -


w (D


> M
i lb. 5-k ,

DUCKS, lb. 54c BABY FOOD is June, the month of honeymoons

I I 3 1:'4-Ox. Cans after which it may be somewhat of n
FRYERS lb. 65c -
( I shock to turn into a houiewife. But keep

I 20cCEREAL your chins up, girls it'* fun to cookif HAVE YOUR CAR
During the present meat shortage you start with the right ingredients.Start .

give your menu pleasing i SINCLAIRUKFOR

and healthful variety by eat- right by shopping the "Quality and Service" way at Cromer's. o

I inc more sea food. I Cheerioats ou will be pleased at the tempting variety of fine foods offered here. SUMMER MOW!
FS We even have biscuit flour that's practically guaranteed to make -a

FRESH FISH DAILY I the kind that melt in his mouth.CROMER'S. !
12c I G SIGN




OWSCD A OPCXATCD B. nee flew artwcTae a Passers TEA tog I

355 Fourth Street SlMH. Florida I 1 1I THE COMPLETE FOOD STORE B. D. FULTON, Age

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PHONE 315r


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: ____ THE STUART NEWS SlUARf, Mailln County FLORIDA


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1Rpater I Americans WtM, Senator D.Yuw Wagner Say Now.? .I
f Strike Now lest S padre. cieudrii their sound judge
EC _c.. Tktr tweets of .how the
-ICJW'' :National! Labor Relations
Aft weald. affect the country, ,)
CrearP.U1I81. etev.4 mfco4y! wrong by subwqutnt

0.eas.Frbnurr 21. 1 193*. uitrejuo
;o It j 1", nag ts* Act. Senator \\"*{ner tt:ill

-- Save Your Government Etvrjbadr needs "a Uw bat t r. I
From frtcuc: and ttnut. f

1\\( know ._, ,Erie .lntlt I i
EIi!{ B year bow lack: .ag '.11 rr ciMii, .
*n sects and I UVic boob it tat .

'7sr.-' Labor- O.tm.JIa),1!. 19.5' Senator \V'jner r

Boss DictatorsPEN tad.:
/ TWaT. with economic BroMems
toC11t11U1C tM cM of rive t.. bbrrttr the coaunon mil
has iintution, tram m-uit
'fI &d Item human esplatatwa" ti.
(Ecoaennc:. problems. occupy tK*
f meter .f< the state ....h,. Fiat ,
t mmirt the _-..,u.! ,-wiNona" .
/ YEARS UNDER THE WAGNER ACT-and I ski WalftPf Act die ereuurv'
.". other one-sided laws: worker. dw niiaarjr rtnplnrtr.mi .
What All This
Does Mean
To You? J the coruammt puMic.: suftfr-

and the other laws setting up "labor" as a specially ncr betorc.)

e Anti-Trust and the Anti-Racketeering Laws, and limit the courts privileged and exempt class, have not brought' the in- Sesame. :SlOlarl T J 11i'fought.. ; for
aa nendarnt'
dustrial peace which sponsors of these laws promised! oudammj coercive;
or maiJatiaa
from soerca"1
OW in restraining labor union la\vlcssncss-have .
fact .u.OftJ..n.lrW.rrhe\\
justice proved one
Your factories close! Unemployment mounts! Pay envelopes Act a bar maionrv, can coerce the

rtP shrink! Your savings melt! Disastrous inflation "n nti. L mon. ;nrjinitrrt; sad.
'yond a shadow of doubt- .... steward./it bolt hr'pt'! ,.. u,,rkrria .
is the !
on way tear tor. titer jobs and l lvelih: ol.

".eater *"a ,
Why? w' lase. den iu>wtkal
the m.CMrrt her 'Mtt .s e
Fit Because-under the Act and its .irmmx oaralycMand. i"d.*.
Wagner supplementary trial eftaw. en tia< woken. < end.
laws-a few labor bosses stick the t*. >at_ ktllMiMnatter
Robert F. Was strike-picket-and- lap ay.. tk. ran not h*
aster Wagner Wrong seizure gun in the stomach of Uncle Sam and tell him : I'T a is > ayrU", ,,* fNimf
today arr. with this ad.
to "stand and deliver-or else!" Repeated seizures by ..rtis..*.. rid regardless .fp
." ..nai.>dKtiii. \: '''' .\\itch
13101+ Wagner introduced the National Labor Rela. Here Is the Record in Statisticsof government pave the road to Socialist Serfdom. ,- .aiL Satw "..ner. It is
tile real ._* of .\...rita.THE .
is Act I in! 1935. He then said: the U. S. Department of Labor A mere handful of these power-hungry ruthless leaden

e ,'n;:tment of this measure will clarify the indus. have deliberately exploited the powers granted them. REMEDY

,j l of another EltrmYtrsBefot9 Eleven Tears Under They have built labor unions into ungovernable monopolies TM nlvtum. ot the problem! u t*

iflagidtion of strife." the Wefntr Act the Wapnar Act monopolies that result in... dncntrdue the power of labor
1934-1934 1935.1945 amass

1. Restraint of trade. S. Dictition U Irn"tll N. two mrn-.r. u in the a. *frW
.11 America's Reconversion Program ia ham. 11,656. ....... .Work Stoppages 31,383 (M.! "'r k.. mo on* loan or any
2. Unemployment 7. Denial of, edited, rvt II tart uaVr! at nrn. ihuuU ever lle
;; 1)1' rite bitterest labor strife in lustory.i"1 .
ML 5829339. .Workers Involved ken the .
? .. 16,821,305 3. Increased to pat IB Bmnoa t laU the
\ prices consumer the throat'l
utua by :
.. Undermining tilt ItutfitMs If
, e .V 101,378,193'.Man Days Idle. 175,896,235 4. Contempt for all law and antl.or.ty.. YOUR lreedo. art' be tr-ee6M -.-.'.' J.dJro.p she .power WCnnefnimm C
aver huge laSur! ...
5. elections! cf labor rtselL
Senator Wagner said: Three times as many idle-time: wastedproduction Corrupt -sbsch l It, the row to fu dim: and
roo:a ty haynnet-.n., 0/1",1/ scold
ihP j ,v ,not) rt scintilla of truth in the propaganda tHat lost. fn.m or h.ge labor I

.1 Bill would create a labor dictatorship." TEAR THIS OUT-MAIL IT TO lamas tairrat r.t all Iio;coal:erameat.m nor Wouldywt rail- i

..1wwa tr 1P14 26 001 _n.bl.. If n.h--be'n:.r.-osizrd ins a aisle

"J6 a ;handful of labor bosses are dictating to in-. Congressmen Senators and CandidatesIt's rraa4c trust where! rtWJ -.era
: '
kdU ?the \Jwr..aII.... !?
:: it n> government, and to 130,000,000 American .
a>e! Thru why thouU we tolerate
time to call a halt. Time to wrest your government from the alt' ...
:ucm, aj annrrt bents herded ions asegle
hands of any privileged few. Time to insist that your Senator and .e..... .> itroej that sly flu
a III And the Statistical Recordin Congressmen represent >ou Time for immediate,coorpfefermBoa threat at urine role and. prison Mate -
...e with its
1946 Grows Worse and Worse of all laws which make labor bosses your bosses caa cope
ie such !labor! boss (defying President and Congress! The Case Bill-vehemently cpposed-u a feeble half-mi jr meas This it amre "power" than goad met

i'ass I t 01)i '47,000.000 in his union's treasury. He has In January of this year there were 325 Clew work stoppapef", ure HERE ARE THE REAL REMEDIES. Check the LsLdtl .t'..fiU... waat.or that bad men should

: i:.mid he will use $2,500,000 this year to defeat which, added to 175 strikes carried over from the previous it out Mail it to jour Congressmen Senator and candidate Tea:

taton110: refuse to obey the orders of the labor month, totalled 500 stoppages!:: involving 1,750,000 workers anda them you want action before they seek jour vote aain. kdvsrry.wide' Bargaining

.:tators. total of 19,200,000 man-days lost There can be no industrial peace under existing laws, or makeshift ; at Fault

CAL compromises.. Law which enthroned Labor Dictator must be Farrr years ifxx. w* broke the.
> "
'Milllfl In February there were 260 new work stoppages which, rC'written--not in the interest of "labor organizers (a* these lav aaonnvwuj* aronipolr ot MamlarJOL
200 carried from the month, totalled 460 Jl added to over previous were originally written), nor in the interest cf"capoUP-but U the up
'7CJ5. Senator laid M .puMn ut,Iirv ""'d'n,cum-
Wagner : and
workers 21,500,000
stoppages involving 1,430,000 man PUBLIC INTEREST.This tff. \\'t fragmented, their poweran
Ibis Oil! is designed to promote industrial peace" 'days lost issue transcends all party lines. It concerns four Lit your I KwiU boo rite tar the p-ople."

liberty, your country future.CHECKLIST l *l et &r petroleum uul atiLry: cam
March saw 385 new stoppages which, added to' 270 carried raven tunic today.

11946 I the nation is reeling from the paralysis of over from February totalled 655 stoppages. Then these new TV MM would M tn of Q1or>

4. and railroad strikes-holding its breath in terror strikes involved 130,000 men' with a total of 14,000,000 man OF MINIMUM REFORMS ..i!***. Taey would thrive also

r a Communist-promoted international maritime days lost Now strike notices have increased to more than 1,000, 1. REWRITE the WAGNER ACT (a) To require collective boraalniftg; h.say.: ; ton: is not;ajiintt den. *.
saps lahwr It i. sjaiott the
"*e., and the continuous._ threats.of 1,000 "little per month, with current loss in production of 100,000,000 limited to plant level; (b) Give courts review power erer Eeere) cnrraJieJ' ununs.power e* labor unionASnlnrr
tikes. man-hours monthly. findings of foci; (c) Deny benefits in strikes violating; ceotiecte Itafen

or for jurisdictional disputes; (d) Permit civil damages for violation power wee lien or jots
of labor contracts and agreements. ka a pier; in that Republic!

-. see Thin. houU bs'"e the
2. Subject unions to anti-racketeering lawiluat like'etKer cttiie**
of iWi
power rji-uWr
'INiIL : ACT NOW! TAKE THESE FIVE STEPS and corporations. -,....,.

3. Subject unions to anti-monopoty laws just a* cerpervHeM. should l lor less autocracy ttW
idol and m..Iuoaoclt! go ern-
other citizens are now.
11: committee of to Bseat a tW h"ctoa of the labor
Make one
REPA 1 Telephonetwire writeyour* Senators and the Congressman of your union,your church. to yourself discus'a this vital issue toacf 4. Prevent social security and unemployment funds bi"f BM*'. sues ...m..at.-Thl. i il thewa.h.
people as possible .. .
from your State; also the county chairman and precinct get as many used to subsidize striket. { t Thooia Jertenon.Me
leaders of your party.Tell them our labor laws must be rewritten. on it individually-or as a group tanoU return to it'
Amend Practices Act to political of _!_
Tell them candidate 5. Corrupt cover mttvM
that will
,regardless of party,you oppose any .
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every GRESS." Urge every one >ou meet to act immediately.Time is call. fey **..*..*4 from iumimlrm j
under law to all classes of citizens short With big and little strikes threatening from all quarters, 7. Require labor organization to conduct fair snivel I electieii. .(wart say fpolitical euter. or toeirreo set ion"_

days, even hours gained in mobilizing the country to clemans;,? and publish annual audits. ... .aa will place Ik* ,."U, (

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r rthel F- ..11 +RT, 1Lirtln Coonhi PTORUM, inm z>,vt ;.. !\ i --

I. densely clothed with stiff I 0\1111..1) 1

i\ < 'tate artl\ In',, mltrkl.1 l IH l 'th ,. *.ti'< ntl tendency to pur I Polk 3 Raymond r smith 1803 Cherokee Ave Ti."all Haines. Lakeland' City twigs ing to are long! tips, medium green with "i Ind, l.
i f Lisle W. Smith: 606 Ingraham I uttrmthe exeigieen tree but it 1'1','
J i.! l1e tuft caw$ chase rental i property> t di home'. and to build new : Perry E MUl'l'ay. Citizens' Bank Bldg.. Maine City \.I'Y

,' than increasing tax Palatka Flii'idrIIS.ANTECt
home. result in deireaxinir rather I Putnam 1 Thos B D'cR.! 421 N 3rd St. I 1RUNDRA from thspiendy \\

">! d .. ..- Thursday at revenues for operating purpocen! St. Johns 2 Jr,. St AugUfctlne tree with stiff, sk ink'r branches J I ,

; i ....... -.' I i n1.,1': 1 (' .unty. Flo-lda: ', We need your helj)-not an one city but as one of Chaste B.oShtpperd. St. Augustine' lie ikns. .lv tlithetl with the stiff, ov il. si h ""I I

S. 1\ Stuart Drni, News Inc. i iI a hundreds of citie*-and we ask that you elected by all St. Lucle 1 D H. (Bmtyi I Saunders Ft Pierce Milton dies long" 'glossy and medium green It 1 e. ,
I I F1.; 'i Ida c 'rp",nt; J'n. I I the people, study thin situation in your own communitybefore Santa ROSA 1 Woodrow M. Melvin 308 Berryhlll Sarasota green tree fir getters pl.mling.ECTASDIH .

F> It'n'd t is p, ntl-class mail: the next LegrWature meet Sarasota! :2 J. R. Peacock. 144 E. 13th St. Sarasota :'\ : ANTILLAIU:' : I Iron, I''
I I'e do not know what the answer U but we are con Jerry Collins 143 Rlngllng Blvd. and broidlv I
:J :I'' ,,"nor al the post i office at : Rosalie Dr, SanfordJamei tree with thin lirimhlngs "' I''
I fldent that solution be worked out if 'ou-as representatives Seminole :2MB, (T-Bonei 1 Smith, 456 ,
<' mi Flortii. under the Act: a can 911 Park Ave.. Sanford long, duk !((1't'<'II. Hit inconcpicuonspuujcles \I i
] nl: :March 8. I8'9I of the people-will enlarge your reprel'entatl\'e- Brallcv Odham This is n g/:d tree for (lie low ,
r PRESS if I ship to consider the problem of the municipalities: as well Sumter 1 C. M. Brown Wlldwood Live OaK \\m\\DiuconiArr\: thdoe ,
FREE Street
A : I YEARS[: OF SERVICE an the county governments.STATE, Suwannee 1 Harold L Gllmoie Suwannee\ with binmhings The leather

and ",nun' nrlir \. .' .neeni.r Taylor 1 J. H Scales Perry I 16 Inches open long. dark green and plossxsmill n1"
i"r ,In. F'our'. Tin... ,0:0 fini n... I SENATORS Union 1 O. Fred Andrews Lake Butler cained' in
"I ...rt. April IIMwwMrr Beach whitish llcivxers me oputvirgietn I l
1'01011-' nr.1' polnseUI Rd.. Daytona
A FREE PEOPLE I .", .....t ,.,.... .' .<0" rlle 1947 VoluKla/ 2 Thomas T. Cobb 401 tee suitable, for' general plinlmL.PIIOLBC !:
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I h Ih. n. <>i olMM4 < 1 11. Walter Hawkins Foil
\1. h" 11"; "h, ",u"rt IHIIr NM>. No 6. Crawfoiclvllle FLOGTfrom: Cuba.. .,
.' ,,, aaub.r' '. UI'. Ito _lot 1 Diurlft Nance Address Wakulla 1 Wright Alexandpi Route mil short ,
.iwW hranches .ut
liP i. '. H Inn1' rr .. Thos D BeaMeDeFnnlak Springs \rallhin, upright!
t "" h : : :. t Newman C. Bracltln C.ItYiewo Walton 1 are lightly' ,. loll. I
.kno'j vxli-x' xvhiplikr' twigs
'j Joe 1 L. Pott-) tliiplev tins
____ ____-, I Philip D. Bl'a1I Jr. Florida N"t1 Bank Bldi? Washington 1 iiclus lung. with slimier tips, duk gitctree '"
FI'WIN' a. Mr I \11\1,1' j r I;.ntnil MaiiBt *.rrnI'I PensacolaS
1 I Ir 4d.'Idnr: Nlaba-r I 3 E. Bert Riddle Ponce de Leon Route "N" 1 for tin 11I111.
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SL:WSt'RIP!'If):\; RATES -I III. I 4 C. L. Alrord Grand Ridge "Shade and Ornamental Trees

,,,' II", ". I .. fr.."" : 8 T. Drew Branch Sumatra Hit HMZII NtT limilv ( I i ailtiutitixrs / /

adrnn.ror. r.,' __ --- ,'d..--.' ,- I"-"' -"-'.-... -".. .....,.. lit* rink 8 A. L Wilson QUincy iisimllv derv liege. with sift woodr ,It t ,

;"d" .h.. ., I 1 Eo King (3'III Blda.. Winter Haven: Florida And Cuba"By theta have stuns How ('is. Mien n i,
TAr A't",1''' Pr ":- d I I.... f..r rol'"blirl' l'... of III ...wMtMBFK ', Harry For South f
Tallahassee ) the (
8 LeRoy CoU1u 'tlis t roiijjiont) : Il'IIplt.s.
)F TIIF \Isot'.urn! : ItlEM:
I I.. t W. B. Moon Crystal RIver B,\RRInOMSPIC10SX! : :; : ham, \
10 W. T. Davis MadlllOn DAVID STURROCK & EDWIN A. MENNINGER In "(0 I le't! with slilf I upw'.ud brmilit, I I

A MESSAGE TO THE LEGISLATORS : .. 11 Heny S. Banard 1005.lit Fed Bldr.! S.. Petersburg tin IMIIVV. stiff, battery. shining. upw ,ud'J'I S '

Thi I I' WI opt'" i : I I I. t It. i I' t III ; 11" Rtq|iii.' iitHlivex and : 12 Evans crary Citizens Bank Bldg.. Stuart:. lung. On rich "lllhe duk gum: leases 11 ,

Mtona'roJ'. ,'J" t ?, 1'1'11111' 1-1"' idu'j i ,: i untieIn -. I 13 D. C. Coleman Seybold B\1Udlng\ Miami (;1 1'1'1I'ERAI" : :: Units: 8 mi I MS wide nnd 18 I inches long I

1 I' ( month. advance 14 T. WoUord Lindler 430 N. Marion St.. Lake' City flow, ,
I I. .I I I"" a III .t" \J' t' in calit'd, l ILt'l a. rtmid tips Hit wry large: lluflx '" '
; t. Mmitinn-
Ilie ( 111/111"/1/\/ / /
t tot 1"1-101\, /. '. j"II-Jl" ,hi I, '11nl' MUI" cities, It III 15 Charley Eo Johns Btarb '"II with pilk.tipHtl stamens. an. in uptight l! spike, ." ,
simple |
-, lit ,In. r 111Ja1.1'; I ,111 the hlllthat in the 11 A. O. MaArthllr Box 413. mandlna (aaTErf.umh': inmpilMs luiv mil slinilm nuistlx 1' indies long This is 1f'I'Y\ ,hll\\' 11." .

JII\\ '" m, "'' ,<1 I .d :the iitm'(' session i. of the ''I' .. IT O. Warren ,Bobby'' South Ohio Ave.. Live Oak "HiHMHh. leitlun l 1"II\ol's, ilivkkil inlo 35 yiuni next :}'0) sMtln| ill un It mist.lins" damage win'n ti'inpi'r.iluit" > .hlll'|' .

I."gi-I"I" d' ""ad ud i I t time to Mudx. intimately) Sanchez: of tin- nnplcs.lauy! iif ,this linnlUitkl ilimlili. tlmlNii .mil cNixirtlH well'heltered liKatlon in llnidi ,old<1 "I.verism I.

Ih"" lu, ,,1',, '' 111. ot', S' n'i t" unit it unit district_ I' 1. John E. Mathews Fla. NU'I Bank Bldg. Jackson'vO1e 'r \'k'Id fruits IIf (cinnim tul i \ ilw nml ff'.IIIOII.I | minus( hull I"medklnr IK'n!' illlioiidi, orasiun.dls,, sts'n nl, ,

.wwd. 11. r \I ., : i 1'<' )latixt' working out II CO'HOl'PlfGl'1.'F.SSIS.: ih i IGIIIIIII.I.
'''' ''Illd .r'I, "1111 ,, :: ''i 1' .haring 11 t lace" track t I" It Walter W Rose 49 N. Orange AVe., Orlando with ,
CLOlinLLtMTI1IMM' I : from II'f' l Indies, is :a i i Is .1 i ripil growing! tin .I II'
20 Wallace Eo Stunts Lake \\'Ir Ave.. Ocala
I' .I ,! 01- .,t\ !111' 'rnniripalilfes.' 'i24 ,
21 O. C. Perdue Cedar Key hiwdw Iml l.n'shhml.'I'rgl'l'<'u tree. often to (6(1( feet, with u Mriijjlt). slioit skmlii brandlings. The Iroid. .J:
.\ 1.1-\'" \ .! ,1.1' attention of each of I' with t'tiug tips, It"u"
xulidh 22 S. D. Clarke Monticello tniuk ami upreiuU'. tiff Iw'.iiuhis, The top Is well I lilleil wilh! 68 Indus long hi''
-\I'j.\ : .Il' : I I.a:. \ d I lu-tu\ to reprelovM I. sIt l1t giMxl dup suit for IMS! di\ I\1'" ,
h I,,. governmental din. H' Z3 Harry P. John<<<.n Tavares llx 1"lItlwry. "Mllnrte- refilling ( .
'\1"" 111."C -- ) / t II"> nunwnwu lateral' .liotrtd nimliiK!! nllim while. llisTix' flowers come dnt-ttlv n" th,
o 24 James A. Franklin 2fI1S Almeria Ave.. Ft Myn
: 1''' ., R. about :1 lixliM Imijt' ( Tin tre<. IM'.us clusters of wliltt. Iriij-riiit!! II >vt'rsiml j tin fi inch f ill"" Iml,n' 'It".1 pods lint.: ei" II ,
211 Carl
Gray Panama City
1 r I" plc" I I' ;Ili-rnthracing.> )/ It Justly 28 B. C. Pearce Falatka (lie' bulk f Is rimniLulilt Iu has) leg meet peculiar .mil .,itli'.iHixthnmn .Mtlioudi: then air fliivxiimg SM| '.im. }a> ,, ,

11,1 J lei., 11 I' sit .Ia', "mini .>.j'i viI.w In arrheclupifintMiioii ,.i.. Miitabk fur solK ml, Ib' the tru j is still niiciiniinoii and i II "
21 Wilbur C. King tolfo S\111ngl\ apts. This is .l very dtsfiiliU' tree, dry ers
,,It., th1 1 S nil, .1 i 1 tut't ) and the cat
,' 28 Walter O. \\'alk'r II'; FIrst \vt'. Dt'U.tona Beach! ht'd I.K'lItk'llN. It li i much 1d: stet in llw \\isl I Indies in luiv ion
I II.,I. 'h"' pl'i" 1 ,, major>i aid Horn" the State haM .. 29 Edwin O. Fraser Macelenny: hedge!; .m .i ovindbresk t tr, ccic< i and nutmeg pi.\int.UIOIM aril It' I is highly. (;\'ST.\! MClSrV; In. .from millings(' il .ml II I .It,,
I. 30 OeorgeV.. lAalrd 1137 SE 5th AFt.. Lauderdale mental tree with spieitlv'
.S, I II".d" "i\ "' IK en neglected and for r,' i"lIlIt tn silt w' i *pinLOIIIU11M \'. .ill\
the II.
11..1lith IIWIIiIlIlgl"l' spn
31 Walter B. Fraser .
\'aleRela. St. Augustine
oI' I ., 'JlIllj 'w. ) (maulhave/ been helped (:.\ ) 1 IXOIlhllUM) l. from tropical A.I.I. Is 'I'i ilieiiilifiil tins her I J"" .,
I- 32 W. A. Shanda 209 Second A\'('.. OainesvllleI" 12.1 i unties ling limits "
11 ,.,1 .\ I"" Iact ''' I nation.iiniointnitf/ to up '. -ptmInjt, tret with H slid trunk to 60( winds. It hears huge( Iravrin
1'1'.111:1.1\' : $t1 II -- II' >haiet" !' l I.IIII'h.' With such l 33 N. Ray Carroll Emmett Strt. Klsslmm'l' evergreen ktrnug! \ strong' j cry
tJ'II'tion. 3-1 Raymond Sheldon Cl08 Tampa Street' Tampa feet l or mnri ml, Inns\ spn' dliranclnii. flu heavy. top is \11.11flll.1 across with 8 pi'tils. I like big white sunllovbx \ '
,1.1-: 11'' \ lure ::11'i IH \\ col1- new ..
3S John R. ac1um S09 Bdg.! West Palm Th,' stiff huge hud traits\ ristinhhnu,: II.II-topp.t d
I". d I "I I Ipnn| ntI ulw.i In addition. the counties Harvey : "illi the slimier dl'I1'1f.Ilnll.lg.I' I lateral) brnmlilnpi! .

": I I. ,"I da. III t' l f -'Il'-' through" l handed debt on Beach smiiolh k lemlierv L>.nes ire taut. 40 int>1ii' long, with rounder lips I I LECrTIJ I Dt'111 \\. from Col inil.ihoiimntil .,. ,.
30 William J. Ray M. Nr.t1. Bank Bradentol1 iinl, stiff )Lranchlrls, I II I .
: Bldg., I branches <
d \
I ""1"" .III" i lands: from" that mom" by a pore diik The while 11"' \tss ire' mil p.u'tkularly sl m'\'. but, 'i
3T UO'd F. Boyle 2-10-1 Mellonvlne A\'e.. Sanford !glrom: green: clothed with tin' ov .il. sh. 'pointed still
"II i "I i Ihl'I go",1,I Ii I allocated/ In retire the bonded up
d.I I ,r "I i :I he.I 'i1 38 I. C. Cetzen Ir. Bushnell I |tic| -\ lm\t the x\\ettei.l Iripunoe! ol., anylalwmt tret Phi ik avery I I smooth. dull t rim.' Hit tut r"'llIin'| .. I ,

w hid-rcslit.int iurini'<'>" tree lor put nil phi ting. In ils (hum vxiudsLEC .
I E.. I' th' tilt\ ...d 10 jro it alon. Nominated: )PMK; sin'III'ntl strong

'I'I'll, 1 IK" i 11'11, in nil Hoi'id n IK borne IMn .. Hold-oven lutivt Imd it (.rows alw..\ I on "I i near (lIlt' cpnshnre aid stand tilt I :\TIIIS riMUfiom PttunuI I

: I r., III, uiruliti, ) addition, hav'<' the irreatFt'xempi pr.x' well with uptight skndti, b.IIII'hing', Hit "It,ii!

'I'l ,"!II t ago""' "J' I f I pioperuvlthm their MEMBERS CXLOPIMLLtni\ 1 M'\STLl Rl. Iran Mtlaxa, li an 'vest l lie lwl.s(: "in dt'nsi'Ix sullied xvith thin t > u.1lony ,

"I I 1-, I HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES I with d hurt kloiul trunk and !ininv stiff upward: l braiicliinpii Die (. It i is ,i good) Balk gii'in( nor 'lot kLIC "\, ,

R'"id.'nt./:, '
with tin tift 11'1111011 '
ileimelv tlnthcil I
th .fr \ ("
in* god two'vearahcl gl'f'" "
I It' t huh mill I" tom th> portion, paid to the I stilt. slunk" i hl'.III.I"., loaning an open t lute ,1
I" "' 11' 'lId 1t1 aces no return at all from the I ICo. :Members Name and .\iltlrw.Alacliua .' moth kullnv' leases .m bnnidlv oviil. 40 Jmlun long with : mil tails i .in' drawls il tltd xvith 'inn ""

". ,", 'I ''a ud 1, ( t"'I I :J Joe C. Jenkins. Gainesville. rouiKlitl tips, d.irk' green gloisv It Is .1 i.1"n.. at trie.live, evergivcntnv :14 inches ling:, light gretn It rerintrrs.

H' net: n I;". )liquor licenses! and liquor I Ira J. Carter Jr.. N.w berry lltuilv for general! cxmtlitii IIKCLl [ I'K'lltinll. Iliis tree (cars showy white .1 Iat I ,
the i State tit it from and Baker B. R. Burmed Macclennr
.1 ''I 1:1"1.\: comt-i xvMe. ol tin 1 b nidus
I Sl\ ROSI ,\\. Irom OK Nest I Indies. is n topped tree( tll tin tips
: 'I i/1" m'rP 'i iI I Bay :2 z Grady W Courtn y. Millrllle
-IJ''nt' I i 'n- 1'"n.Puh', the lion'n share J. Ed. Stokes Panama City 6(1() feetitli .1 i shot" t trunk, still. spreutx !lirinclies! heal inimirnilateral :, I (Continued/ Nest \\ I,

't./ ( al"1(' Bradford 1 N. D. Wainwright Jr. Starke 1>I'IUdl"Tht' herv tliftk. glassy leaves iirinl on. (lit

'I"i LI" III :age ot'>i gasoline tax money collo Brevard :2 I Roy f. Roberts. Ti usvllleO yonni! Ir.mdilels l and the slllll'I uluckv rvvigs art broad! round it the jiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiimiiiimmimmiiiiiiimiiMiiiiiihiiiiiiiiii!

I I ,,., I In" I I'iStud! i I II it front the citiextat.rt L. Burton Eau GaJUe tip aid tapering tivv inK llw kill Ktilk 4 In tins bond and 6 iniKslung I LETTERS the EDt]

I'' '. J.I'I L <>II> State/ intangible taxes' [li_ Brow srd :2 W. Marion Walton. 117 !E. First St. Pompano dark itl't'li.( It Ixnri xtlnle idol pile pink Ihttisli floxxtrs. :3.4) to
Frank Stirl Rt. li' Fort LauderdaleCalhoun iiiiiiiiMiiMi
/ him r i J'I'/I- nj I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiii I I I I
I ,, i 11<'..111 ;. th", cure i track million IK a tax on 1 C. L. Clark. BlountstowaCharlotte Inches In diameter' in tlustirs of IWIlr thret It milked a i iltnsetopptil I

,, 6:11' I ith"i t nun .i i l'ill'HI ati\it\: '. 1 Lo: Vtotltzky, Punta Gorda: exirgrwn tree with MillmMint f/lllllgl". suitable fir txpisulplinlnii

I'' < }al''than. I I Ii"'" minx t other; Florida municii Citrus 1 L C \eomans Crystal River miir the ,wean trout It will grow|; on rock or ,'ca'a UN in FKcher RUSH
Ankona. Florida
,,. S i r, 'inHdel I i its i 1''l1d' I .
II" I oI..d. I j-- -I i' itLlni.! mini U ill\I to meet those obllpa Collier 1 H, B. Kelly. Naples: I RKCIMCOan; \ : .\, from (xvlon. Is u sinull, npil ht tree with Dear Sir :

1 "I I ()111'i} i It,I' 11I1'.It.i"1) i i' : "t.,-mentx can ue hope to Columbia 1 James Y. Wilson 17 W DeSoto St.. Lake City blender l hmlldlt'l .mil sdll vt.11 iwlsli twigs ('nrr) lug&: the tough lealhrn'. 'v';, .
kfut } .. _1 ,,1'i Ili". n u ,' :. -i \!' debt in the Immediate Date 3 R B. Gautler\ Jr Langford Bldg.. Miami I O\.II.\l" 46 inches li ng. medium pun In gtntnl appi'.n'.line it In answer to your article In the Stn?

Richard Oelkers Jr.. 51 NE: First St. Miami I has open foliage ail is u hardy tree lor gintril plinting' \ .Ml tl. I tit May 24. 1946, I would like to call your a11\ 1 '

I I'I I 1- l hi" : unl''li i hnHlrof I i i I) [ cities which are rtrivInir Bill Lantaff. Congress Build!nj, Miami I G.lrdul.ls ire shade.lovinjj trees. so lilt ullll'rnull I lessors] that often the United States Government up to date' J' I

co. ;.. L5' I.t"rn.lv--vVPhlut, i aid of am kind-and [in the DtSoto 1 J. Morgan Ingraham Arcadia lime a strong spicy ol, lor., IIIIlI tin young lea PN of m\.t, species ue pmk 000,000 developing the East Coast Canal
face of decreasing\ u\tniie t" meet itnit obligations, Dixie 1 Royal C Dunn. Cross City
G\HC1M\: OBLONCIFOLM from limit Kong j is .a i small, urnput and MIamI. A large amount of this $10.uo" "'" '''iii
: the hllnll'-I."tI t. ton net tax Duval 3 P. Guy Crews, Clark Jacksonville
tender PUM rtit > ; t \i mi 1> 1111> moneyfat' Bldg. t
tree with .1 i slintlir trunk nil slioit. still slender r
evergreen the citizens Florida East C'.I
of the
iictiial ii Ipr'Irttdig|' 'r\Ilellrl'" i plIse I 11 tne i 'mtectlimloud Charles Luckle Consolidated Bldg Jacksonville
l Ir.uwhillg Hit li' ivis in cnrifd ne,ir tin tips il' tin this hIt iott. I
"it pann" impr"i i i i }' III i i i nt'd linn al'\* '. honn Fletcher Morgan. 1239 Hubbard St Jacksonville total amount is about $10.330.000. The new ,' ,'"'
The briutlltti, and shot) ts hive a mnphsli link. in sinking: contr -
stead ai'",<'d at I IIlId"I'i ;x,', 'gun' ', TIll', |prl"i ,',.'nt -11'"nll't real Escambla 2 Harry Botts. Jr. Fla Nat'I Bank Bldg., PensarolaR vonnn & for Increasing the dimensions to a width 01 121! I': '
The leases
dirt f "
-- --- .ist to the green rnli'lg. tough, lathery lire narrow
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M. ter.1t. 25 E. Brainard St.. PensacolaFlagler ',j
I 4.5 inches ling. smooth jjossv. dark ycui' This is II li.irilv. slovx ot 12 feet with provisions for minor relocii" .
H T. Cook Bunnell
I Franklin: 1 Bourke Floyd. Apalachicola growing tru suitable! for tntril plotting tontlitionsnCll ,, may be approved by the Chief of Engineer I ih'. .

I Gad\dt'n ::1 Amos H. Daxis Mt( Pleasant H;.\ : \.\ LI\I:>\\CSTO\I.: !: from tropical Africa. i is .1 islimlncrookot '. Is 1 $11797000 with $100000 annually for mi, i I..n:. :'

Dewey M Johnson, Ortna !. sprivxlx I tree with short, stubl, 1101'1/11111.11 suit branclws I Ida Inland Navigation District is required bla! "

Oilchrlst 1 Carl:. O Drummond. Box 1152, Trenton The k..ivrs art ov ,,il I. rniiiilpointi.il. pi-visli!( yitn: :J.4 inibis. I lung with of cost to the United States Government all"I't's" nand

: Glades 1 Joe H. Peeples Jr.. Moore Haven nromiiifiit p.ik. nmlvtiis. It his u prult'\'I"f': apper.uce. hut is u spoil disposal areas needed. This propos'd ;:mjr(

Gulf 1 George C. Tapper Port St Joe tiirtlv. wind'resist.ult i (J,moons> ivt-rpixn!( tier. suitable fir dry stub include a channel from the waterway to tll ,J", Iu'I ;
1 1J
Hamilton: 1 J. W. McAlpin. White Springs anti exposed( locations This Item provides for an entrance channel: H Ire'< .

: Hardl' 1 C. H. -Shag-- Taj'Wauchula G.HCI'1.PjCAT..\. from 1"I..y.. i is .i sluw'j.rovxnm( ( tree with feet wide running\ from the channel of the lllln"uas, :

Hendry 1 Elbert L., Stewart ClwistonO n stoke tnink and stillly upright branches. lln oval leathery It' ixes across the shallow water of the Indian River Ii( 1\.1\ ",

rnando 1 Kent Williams!! Howell Are, Brooksville are alxiot 4 Inches lung!!. held" it u stiff upward angle on the. situ)thy I of the town of Sebastian and provld'ng! for urnir:

Highlands 1 James W Moore SfbringE lateral shiKits It is II very tlf\jl'ilhl"\\hlll"itsistu I, extrgrttti: tree 1 feet long and 300 feet wide near the town ri( rte
J Q/j H111sborough 3 P. Martin. Plant City for exposed locitionsGMICISUSP Is $19,000, with $500 annually for malntenanw The

t'' I NEil C. Mc lullen. 3m, Twijss! St. Tampa: ; (I PI\. ,'5-W56): ) from rrtntli Indo.China. I li a limtlvtrie I channel provided for at Vero Beach, This improx' >;

i. I John Branch. 313"' j Franklin St.. Tampa with stiff, spriadv hrinihtt I and took duk grttn li..ithtry leases : for a ba.h8 feet deep extending from the channel ol

F\ r r .ilulr nee Holmes 1 J, J. Williams Route\ No. 3, Bonlfay:. 2.1 Intlin !101lg. This is .1 i desirable txergrtin trtt IIII' gi"111'.il pl.lIIl.t ting way to the east shore of Vero' Beach approximately Th I I1

e Indian River 1 Alex MacWilliam Vero Beach or for exposed 10.Iilln It dot viiv will in dry soils at the waterway and 280 feet wide at the short

Jackson 2 :Merrill Clark. MariannaJ G\KCIM\SP\ (IP. I I. 679S1)t ) from tropical Asia I is wry similar cost Is $7300 with $500 annually for malntnanci' T

Troy p acock Marianna in general growth, alldppt'oII'IIIICe to the preceding .sptcits e ('f'pl th it a turning basin in the vicinity of Jacksonville heat t

t IIIF Jefferson 1 Richard H. Simpson, Montlcello the leases are lirgtr l Icing narrow. oval, 4.(} Indus long with sharp slated for construction in the near future That 'I'add a> '

R'ilrI Lafayette 1 George H. Simpson, Mayo tips It is a hardy evergreen tire Mill..ible) fur !general planting. 119000. This Is how the further development will o'bon

Lake 2 Tim M. Sellar leesburg \IAM\IE\\ AMCRICXNA. from the \\est Indus is a beuitiful; wealth to the East Coast. There is another angle (th
I H. H. Hethcox Umatilla south at
compact-headed!: tree ti 411 feet with the general tendency< of thebrinchlng Thousands of pleasure boats head r":',
Lee 2 Scott Hough 2112 Woodford Ave. Ft. Mjers being upwards The brinchlets rod of winter seeking the sunshine of the East Coast of
Norwood R. Strajhorn. Kingston Manor:. Ft. twigs; are heavily Is also The ordro
Myers a large amount of barge traffic:
3 The *otiir>ic of tong Di tanr C'olllllo.layI. WUson Carraway Tallahassee slotted with glossy/: dirk !preen: leathery 0\1111,1\1'5. 4-6 indies long feet, In I1''''
Leon 2 In the tree heirs white flowers ) pulling these barges' draws between, 5 to 7
June or J July fragrant l'i) Indies in 1
U far ahead of wars Mealiest 1 load, aol : "'1\\ Payne D R Midyette. Tallahassee: diameter with many stamens. )It I Is II'I'ry attrittixe\ evergreen. resistint they suck\ on the bottom which retards their progrwbeen their f'
P. McKenzle
t Levy 1 Chlefland to wind and suit.ible for &generil: plinting found that the barges cannot be loaded to s
it the. nation, muses forward in prurttiinrnrliMlirn. Liberty 1 Lewis H. Baker Bristol The Florida Inland Navigation District has been
John E. Spooner. Madison \tIUCE\E remove Ili'
Madison 1 the United States Engineers on a plan to
ItilMrin towns and, rilir*. only. Manatee 2 J Ben Fuqua, 833-7th St.. Palmetto which were made by deepening the channel and purr
The LAIHIL f family ( Lanrturae), intliidis trees still sliiiihs a(
Walter S. mostly are
Hardln 408-12th St.. W Bradenton on the shore. The waters of the Indian River
i a few miles apart, folk are making onrfifth > Marlon 2 C. Farris Bryant, Olenvlew, Ocala with simple limes tint are more or less aromatic. and the lark' U the United States Government The Florida Inlal1 ,

Clarence Camp, II. 1303 Lake Weir Ave. Ocala also frequently urumadic. There are 39 genera and nbout 000 specks. District has where the Unlwl
the nothing to about ;
call than during war. say
mart of the and flic'
Marvin H. Row'ell chiefly tropics sub-Impit.s. \liny members of this the v
Martin 1 1118 Osceola Blvd.. Stuart ernment deposits waters of
spoil In the ,
I t I There are still delays sometimes on, Monroe 1 Bernie C. Papy. Key West family yield aromatic und of oriiimtntal oils of tominertid value! value Some of the trets The Navigation District Is fully open aware where spo"
Nassau 1 Leonard A. McKendree. Fernandina exergreen posited.

sonic routed, l but liere's good! l new ..' Okaloosa 1 H. C. Barnhill, Crestvtew ABSEOP\P1I\E: E IIC.nPIFOLJ.from Indii Is u vlmgmm To get the full benefit of the waterway each toe

I Okeechobee: 1 W. J. Hendry Okeechobee tall tree with stout brandlings. The leathery' l leaves are 46 indies must provide a yacht basin where boats can tie up a"(
.2,000,000' miles of Hell System' circuits James O Horrell long. broadly oxal dirk on the smf.\l'l'\ thin Schooner'ed
Orange 2 Exchange Bldg.. Orlando ( green upper gl mcoiis on and supplies of all kinds. I believe that the "
Pf 1 Tyn Cobb. 143 E rsurfacc This Is a hardy tree for soils
Church Street Orlando uia exergrteii dry running
was the
are being built lln year, and your consT Levin J. Marvel"; she was ;
II Oseeola 1 Irlo Bronaon Vine Street, Klsslmmee CINVAMOMMt'M:- I ( C.XS6I! from China. i Is a small compact tree freight aboard-if she had been loaded she couion'

{ tinned patience! will lie rewarded with, Palm Beach 2 Russell O. Morrow 701 S. "J" St.., Lake WerthB. with slender branchingii and many fine stilf twigs cairxjng the den efoli..g. the trip. She was aground 15 times between Baltimoi*at

Elliott, Pahokee ... The thin. narrow, stiff leaves are 3-6 Inches lung; with (I'IP'I" she hit three bridges and It took her 33 days to w

the!' l best' ier\ ice e\er./( Pasco 1 George c Dayton Meridian Street Dade City Ing tips light grten' This is a hardy evergreen tree for general! I'lunt. If the channel had been 12 feet deep she would hats

Pine lias 3 James A. McClure 215-20th Ave. NE Ing. 13 days. See Life magazine January 28 1946

_, St Petersburg. CI\VAMO\I\IU\J I I ZE''LAMCUM I, from Ceylon, Is a small tree,
1 i Southern Bell Telephone anti Telegraph -der Chas. J Schuh, Jr.. 835-14th Ave.. St. Petersburg often with several trunks and many stiff crooked Literal, brandings\ ...._._,_ Yours truly

u wosroaalaD Archie Clement Tarpon Springs and slender twigs that form a sprendy, dense top The brunt'hlel'lild/ STANLEY KITCHINGr


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.tn. : ir Oil NEWS STL.4.RI.brtln: Couuty. FLORIDA, TiirUSDii! in>>r i' iq.IJ o'"Gl tzvi 't' J

LOST: 0. J,'...,s Ii... h ""h.I., .
CtIf S iS, n J..ne loP "" Stamen
tunrt Uh. Ioh, I..." h ?. H. former governor of
c "Ar"' ,H/tar..,.. "..V.." ,h",.,.. ..',, ..' Minnesota MORE ABOtT '
... SALES S.eUsFor

: ,': ::: I ..nl".'I'h": !Th.cc...?.:,'lh. ii| .;,,.rl. ,..luoM.."f I:.:.. '|i S Holt In hU message said that MARINE I SHARK INDUSTRY ;. ..

"" ,,, ...., Klwanlans STORAGE I
took & mttd
J .." .. special Interest --; ---i Repair*
it ll till lllllll, ill liii i iii illuloiuuiij, "111111111; in the health welfare" r...RIGTDA. .. R t !!!
morale of I ( imlinii? .,, il f ft ItlIll" ;nuf Oni, ) i-: Parts '
WANTED !service men during SERVICE :
f [ the war" 7,500 FEET STORAGE SPACE I .
liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiti 'I contacted IXP.NSION: RECAlLS 7 I

WAulki000 .W rrcu:I' :",. ...."....I 6483000 members of the arrred :MEAGER\ BFf.lNMNO ;
h..I'h' ....1 .(d ..,.....,... .. Osnd. forces. either I ARNOLD BAUER
.. by letter
or in
iiIiissi.dI..f, r".. ,..h' ,..". person HAULING AND REPAIRS The latest expansion program ,
Sfc.i.! H.I.0 .. J.. u. I stated! '
WA-'oITEIJ. ol the shark business at the lit St. Lucia Boulevard Phone 142-W
: \I..d..I" I.'.' 'I s ,;
Niiiiiiimi.miiim, JIn ,'h."I..lk." I'm' ": os''u.rr l'In.'. tie fishing/ village of Salerno recall --
Jun. 11. :OWAT memory of iu meager begin: -

FOR RENT ,10 n.ST: m.1I h...... CHURCH nlng when Capt. Charle, C ) .
,cf..inr... \
iiMimimiiiiiiiiniATUNTIC LII rur"l.h kilo'h..
IHIHIIHI, ... 5... II., D. '$'uor' S.... "dUII"j$ Mooney. associated with R M ,

*' : ", DIRECTORY BOATAND French. organ business with oni I am deeply grateful to ,

..fnTr.CiTIT"1', lciSidJ.,4, .. I | small wooden boat. 1. .
t-rrnHnrn .
|M it ion Machine ,
SSIS .noo", S,, if( ..II.f"",.. W, .. ., Service those who voted for mend
iic atll\
Some even laughed <'
H # A.7. f'tflS.I, .- J5... p pwni5i 11, '. FIRST BAPTIST 5
'j 31S Ak,.. A...... I ices: that a paying buslm J supported candidacy .
k 1 m e; ." Tn .IiIY.\ .... .",1 h... I'nL IIF.'HII._ :Mt5I ELL, 1'10'0.' PHONE 156W3 JENSEN BEACH my -
l' SUh.... could be made of the sea mon

S I m. n s''. i I ::;, ,c5 3;.".: I lI.n n In. jI.dar .hool. I .steri; Many a less determln! s'a for Justice of the
II rn '''Jf D _.. II'U' : .. .... .' "nln. ntiitbip. ,' _
1.20 I' cii l' U. ---- B man would have abandoned th.'
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: SPECIAL : A ',::.r",< ;..'mdIt'taffSt'dfi;rn nr I Wonhl 5th'th project because of the extierm,
!: 1 I I .h.. C..for"....the.. ,.,. '4 rhlldroa, 'fst',",,, Iv laborious work of haullne in Primary.

Local People May Buy A \.hhdn.. ......._ the large catches vI1; h practUn I

COURTAP1RTMFNTS _c CHOICE; HOME. SITE I .',. I' a. Hit....k P"'P1'' a.rvln. BEJ VETERANSIF ly no mechanical labor sauiBut .' I1

: Kiffht In the City of Stuart FIRST BAPTIST Capt. Mooney. Joined bh"

SaIn... _._
For FI.tIR I" h. brothel George v.oikeu!
"" .ER. P.itarIf Capt.

$TLA 1 FLORIDA $1.00 DOWN AND 1....:"'_.. m. t. .ri) 'iiwi- : IF YOU HAVE PRIORITIES SEE 5 year after year Improving and : Paul D. Barns

WHEN/ AX A".ABLE $1.00 WEEKLYSee .. .. -,
m M nr ....blp. Increasing their boats thl( i ibullcllUKS II
'j... 'I' I II 1 II uarke4W : "* I'. "' \',.",.* t..*.ln "m_tl"I I. fY71 US FOR i ;
f. ,, ,. und their processin
w.J:: : "j'"S v""'"
'I I S 0 "'o SkI7 l LEWIS E. DAWSON ; :"U .. Md., ..." P..,.. .itcI,". methods They reported thiii I -- 5.

5 T FACET VICTORY HOTEL J THE CHIRCH OF COD I Building Materials (lie business made a living bit

TELEPHONE I52 tf P.r1 S...all not sufficient surplus prof:l t I)

I .. R. .. .11.___ D..._. the vision which th.saw '
(rhurht- ,: ;i it' '-'A.' ;C' WE WILL DO OUR BEST FOR YOU carry out < :-

'lllllllllllllllltlllllllMlllllllllllllllllliniSERVICES, I "", ...,..,"" w.., ,hI"" IiIaeh. For FATHER'S DAY
.d.y 'ah' 7 '111I
So. about three ago th<'
PRICES! years
SUMMER OFFEREDiiiniiiimmiiniiiiiimiimiiiiNiiiiiiiii t'rldh S"" h. \' :$0
I ": capital of the lToi'den Milk
T* Uewol.o. A.... company was welcomed and tin
Small Apartment TKISSfS( .ii. ,.,, I ,,. .. .u.
S .5 S 1 .d,. KrT J (.,.AKi C.t.r shark business in Florida became KAYWOODIE PIPES
anklvti ." .,t 1 J" .. -
_" ''sv.cs' p. tl Mc''" B... itsda1 V .55,1, IIIS I
and RoomstREYHOUND .. a subsidiary of that conen -
WE Mr.I'AMI 'bs.ts.n .:lava tan*. \ .
Ktuart I iisssths j :nJf 18 t.l ftoraa 1 : .: : .f.I; iI.Abh 7:10: cm I 'n. Capt. Mooney relinquished $5 to $10KIRSTEN

Ph !I ISeiS. Ih.cc 100 ,| 11..n n,. K,.kidul, .. .
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I ._ I his interest because of III h alth
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11111111111111111111111111111I1111111I111111111INOTICES, I S..i>. .10"l t"' a 'in I If tut: Mr. French was joined by PIPES
LODGE .. .
5' and
,. ,''' 'V", 'I' I IIE\ sons Robert. Jr. and Pi'Ire.

Camden Avenue I..lii. :.. .' J .|.,,-r liland, Hub : ad I and. despite the wai shoitnui!
lltllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllMlltlllllllSM ,,I I '' .. ", $8.50

of materials and labor. :ho men!
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Stuart Florida tfLy ,.. ,. I ",, ... .. SUMMER ICHIbUtC OF'SERVICES II I\ ? 1 av' continued to and
tS fl ,. S.I' I f It' aT. "MARY'S. STUART : :::::: : :: :: ::: : expand WATFRMAN'S FOUNTAIN PEN AND PENCIL
:. : }. : i,, % M ii..I l> omunion modernize tlioi' holdings;
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| Decorated Apart. I flOOR ANUISG REASON! ADIE' I'I I" AM M .rr",,e P..m>." aol, Sc,. SETS
PRICES PHONE 32 R OR WRIlt Is M Su ,day in, M",,thII 1--------- NURSE LOSES FAT
Lnt electrically equip- : :, :. ; ,, :. I
: ." -. ,h ,1//. ,,,..,,. ,.r 'm. '"II'' '','n'' lOly "'I.Uttt'' ". lIl''m".d.. ''h., 141 SAFELY AYDS WAY
| three rooms and bath CERVICES '",.,,,, I ,II '" I ,.. 'uk.'" ". h. l"II''u'lIb, I'. ..f SoIl 0101' h...'u". "'"s" ,.,., PARKER FOUNTAIN PENS
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Phone 134.J or 300. I : ) : BOIT---- 120 H..| Tbd Stt..tSI I I" "., ,, I "." ",...I .5,5, .r 5''", 1 Ill, .....,C lIP VI..Is, l'.May.I.s.0, I, I) Get(funnier w/l/iout/ / .x.rth.
fin, .' I I..,.l I. .,..r :Martin ,
Mary S iTI'.S" K( 1 lIMrHl\( > Ii.'51151'1. lI.IAs. I. IS
I nn. Phone 131-J or 300. RI.It Sectortu I. I .'lS.l I .. s. t/ ,:,. C;',::iIit.', .P;..,: t'.."nly J",,In. ...r M".lIn, I'...stt'.. 1'1".01., 1 Enl stnrrbw, P?'"'"", .\ .lsII'., I YARDLEY'S SHAVING BOWLS
M rfSTOM: \ : MA. iutt cm d..wn I %) 1'0. '''HI
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a CommunionIh 1 I I
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II J. R.) lOMMioYtlr : r-sttth. rom, the d.1 '. "I Ih, rlT.. Nol..I"'"
a 's" I..i..isd.adE.rth ..,ill t.. <. i'hlir.li..n' IC IhI. ", ... I I Isle.cs.l BILL fCLDS CIGARS CIGARETTESSTUflflT
,' f ,. .. I CI. S k ''r' I I'ho
SUMMER RATES '' '' S 'h. > nion and lleh) : ..r.1 : : :
: (Continued( fi.an piw One u, '" d., :, I IrKI' H I depand .toe, In ,, .5., .,
:; .
i I "''U."ONnlnr.r".I" All I 'IIMVrT S ...1,.. nr..l'AI'l', I .,..rfl, .' ".1,1--, ,
Three Apartments Al L SAJN1SWav.laad' I ILHrk, FI A I.fIhn'Ialo.ttt' ,,I ..oatI I", .w" ", .. I N.t* isa. 'tr..lu:
salesmen import t tin) : I tin v.holealer 1 Jt'", II. t", it' ,:nj J'sIy;' 1.' 'I H lb. ...",..,....1. hi. n..nt I ,... ,,11"r,,, 1

15 Rooms > are Imply nlll t g tting the 5<....... .ill/ ko irlumrd In N_...... ',",, ''h.1.11'. ..on,. will h."..... ,..1,1, ''', ",rI.,,,,. ::,
MS Without Baths meat into the stockyards. and FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 'Ihlytha IT'h' ilie. ..r ''II",. 15111MIllIE f.).<....kOIl...., \"AYI5S R-t hclon-'",.nmlS.mno.each '..,.nl dull.,,' ..."".,,,",','"I
or ( : ; W. ::11"1111. .
SALE ,, ,
that the situation is likely to get RivV. d. Adrrff.: p.ttor H..1.4 I 1,1.1.I I OF,II I BOND... ..h..d I n'' ,lb.. 1;".,.,,,... nt 'Ihc t.dcrmicd ",.. ,"r \'.sil.l I' nulmn's.1II toyd' "'aU ..It.1'0. S "Il.'l'lSaL
tool! and ComfortableOn worse during th< next month. I. i'. ,. n. Soc.a, lI.h..1. off".. ...r thv $...>..ary.Trraaurrr '..r ''h.' ....n'... :;t ':d:. '2;!' I't:: : B l..t'. ,, "i":u:!'; ) DiU] CD1JP. -

I I" '. c m f. ,1,10. ...,..hlp. 0. lb.th .' Hoar I ..r ('..,t'...i..Ifl'y i ,. of HI 1.''''I IInl '' ('AIIRI'lI.I.! Ill.'Ns'OSITIE.\ boll if you dos I ("t ..riui "I'huos
A report from Chicago meals ,'. t',", ,,,..,..., "I. 'he I'.nr'. ..r. lii.1,5,1', .nil"I',.., Aalh..rIty' I" '5'i"II Atlt'o'n-y. fp ",.,"''n.t. ..
the River .. ,, ., .. ,.. .u..kI :tIlls. III. Jt,, ,. 0. II. 20. Stuart Drug Co.-Phone 11
I.l i.' 'lS niI.t' it.' nih II rail 'I I 11.1,5 t'hl.I ni II I i 00 'I II REXALL STORE PHONE
that of food 11
supplies important ; ,, ; ...; ,.; : .
'AI .f I'.d S. lit' I't' lb ft 1.1 I M. f..n j.nndo.d, Time "n is"n
VICTORY HOTEL i i'I commodities in normal trade .., ,h. '...., 31 104.1" r."' I4>.ODD.on i rlnrlpal, an,,,5't LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT! .Tear Out This Ad As A
n'I., ... .h'r.' I fit. ,i.,,,. '.r Rfat'.Iia,. II..nl, l I..,"iof l 040. ,51 Reminder
channel reached a new low last I'h.... h >a,,01 Inl. (Ii.tI..e d Pest A..IhurAI > .

Phone 9155 tf 1 I week-Also that charges were .hl,h time ihty olll It. ".....t,1.II ., I NOTICE OP $ALIS.SIOIOPII'O OVFHMrNP I
FIRST PRE5RYTEBIA'l': .. .aid 8..1. I of r minU.loncra" r. n. I. i
: made that the black market was In tha Moawat Club, n,.. tin, I.. br then ..,,01 at hr iSaii I.. M".I'o HKAI, ,I'0'l'EII'l'Y.. I''Slyal I C
rrn rail .
f>R. CIMRIr A. IAKR1LL... 1''''''rHe i I. ,rt H'.u.r I In .all. ( lor Stayt' .. P'ly'l'a. t 1401 H"Ml"'
taking a good of total ..,. .. ty 'tIltI Ml. Idol.. ('nl"mb,.. S", "h I 'Sly' 11",".
part sup .
.1 i "I' I. /.n ",11 I I .
HiiiiiiiiiiMiii'immiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiFOR I r I nnd aflcith' ronilnVratl"n of oFI' ... I
,, h. ) .1.. tIn,Ira '15.1 Ito.,.t't'aaIIoIIo h.. I imf 'Jf'lE< I
plies. I'" .r.t" n "t. the I..'nd. .11 I I.. acid. to kr hlllhinn' >., ro,' lll.l'aaul. ."o.I.., ..10.. S"sal'I IArt ..
SALEIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 1 h.-t I 1.101.1.I ., for, ..10. AII..r .101 ,.,." ...... ,.f '59,41' anl, III'A| 11!,",
Arrival of cattle at the Chi. BIBLE COSCRECATIONAL" : kin,I, aslI, !I., oj.,1, I JH, "IIHy' I I. 111I11. "r H.u'.lIo"' >. Ih. r..I1.'a,I ....1 I pr..p.| i
,, $ I Palm Cup tk H. .,milnitl,.n S.f 01.0051 an"I will I II "a'I .
cago market were the small** : : : I 'Ito h"'h baa In s" da'lsya.I 'asp5.I ,
RtHARRIIN I lAlKtRn: Paator
f- I"s's. siwnil. ,;t ti h,rraS''e I II ., L
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.., I..d; slnc 1938 and of these receipts Irz; a m dkrhoo. l '. itr. an,.,urn ,i.yablvml.ann,m hJanua Sia Oman ..r land, In C.n.p Moi'h.. | M's.. ) HUH' 00v4 1 c'u'd'."
,,. I M"s's's. WurtaipPRESBYTeRIAN ,., 1 aid. Jul lor .,,.k UNflU l FIND AGlCU )
f. .rtI" 5 > > Itill.o'ih tao l'oulI','. t'.10., ... 'lotnihp, 5 "h ''Itsn. HAVEWOMEN LIrtE
.., 11 I nearly 80 per cent went to sh )- COMMINITV' h..Ik principal nnd $,t.lnal ,..pabiI ..' Imm..m..h, II,.'nyl.ttt d .a.eocs', a0Il >Kt THL ONE THAT '( .. GRAti OI'di' 1fisIR
%t 1'f'. OCAp
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S pers who sent the livestock east I CHLRCH fia.yaIly, T..t CelepaIp. I I" thsrib"I .tl.yno'o 4. .0n.I..I.1< lIt all ..f ''h,' I'LtPD'iY
N.. v.... and will ...tar. "n .Iaiy tnr.la .0 MaI.hy'| ohlrh I. wh ,111I GRANDPA/ -
.\\ 1 Higher prices acre able to be \. E.Hok.C. \ot\G SaundRE PiatorI I. .., .1&0 ...."",.II'. i.'ayaau fii.o'a : :wrat of th. 'j.r..r: I.'la fca.t I unit, Ra I,.:adRnlli .1.y1't -\r-;. ; .

paid by the shippers for the live I I. .. m Sunday, rhool Via. Am..tI. Ira1 2011 ud .....1' Ida",. 10'""" MARRlto -
))11"1 II (0 u m Mu''a, ..", .hlp. ,.. 0.uuu.0gl II. Iha l'nlt.d' 8''.'... "h. '10.' foIl... t-\\ '
) I \ '" r,,"" ."' animals than packets with national l..1 ..OOO.u"I' I.w I..ch' 17. 111\\ 11' ill 1.0. 1'1. ; : ;,

-, .11 Ph..,,, CHRISTIAN" SCIENCE SOCIETY OF .000.110 152. INS, fOR iii. 21*. 211. II". lIT., 0ensI. .. .. .
meat distribution Large STUART .H5 1.000.00.t. fl" 517. 2/a. ond 222. 1.lu. IIal. ."or. -J- f' : \
111I-' packers contended that the Eatt Fourth Stroel .. .0'10.0. lIon o ftnay I Ill "hlrh II..on.te I 'the ; :>
,. : I II a. m tkurrh aervi.... ISIS 1.1'10.0. 1..101. I'.t C..... ,...d. ..,.h,.... f
\ : ::, ,:, price level exceeded OP:* compliance I" .000.00 hepooti', 10 I...,",Inn 10 the Un".dII.
:.11); : CHURCHES OF--CHRIST. SCIENTIST! I..T '.'00..0 laIrs 01 all rul..n.bl" .t'alyrI.Ia' In ,h.
1'1 ,101. figurEs. I blab ...1100.00"TO land' an A H I The Department of Agriculture Kli TilE PRkKFRtrR: OF MAN:' .1I00.Oft :lion i. A..,: .,.n.i"I.S toalh: ,.,. with :thIrfilrd ;
i. ih .,,boc't it. ......n.itermonh ItT1 .000.00 l'ifht .t any and .11 lltnpa. 'torornliit ."Ior.P"h
In Washington) forecast this .... .rh ..11lop/ n-a. .1 I in (kur. h.. of SITS I.OOO..tI tho I.nd. .nd pro....,I for. min..nd .
; ....1 "...n"... .....'........ ",. ....... ,nneoy.a'h no ale..,I. sd, ..ab.jyat .
I week that an even tighter meat .n ....'d... Ji1. It.Tb I4 00000 t.. aIo..aor-I,'" apot I.e ..r iiYe.terday.

SPECIAL situation would exist for the nation ....I..... 7,11 i I. t \\.h..ld not nap "Soul* a... a purt uf .n ail laSh.. I.nd.. To.m. .noj ..0n.I1.', of
.h. ,, .10, II...... 'a erc... t,nm" m.. 0 irorli.d I..,. "f 100.000.00 ..''i I arc to ..I., and all n........ Inf"rm..I..n rat' .
.. .. ..
100 Down Then $1.00 next sear Th departmentsaid I or.I: In tkr .k..ini .klndn.> and.. tnruth bt .......1 ,bllatl. ... avrurvd ly .d ,ih. roi.rty and ,he method uf "
Weekly that supplies might fall as ".. n ntinually prrr v mv 'IP*. cal,.... l 110.rt anl an It, br i..u.d un.li>rth. I"".I.na .irlurltlcii and ,uhmlulna,I I ..fr .
t :II '. provlaion, of than tvr lit .1 th.HorWa > r> will' be avHlullt.' on and aftf, is,nrH
UYS A NICE HOME much as a billion pounds below An"nb Inr cllatlnti. mhlrh comprlto. ...tol.. fur ... i.urpour opn. 1041. .tIho. :,Sf,,. ,,r ih. 'P.,,jrci today or tomorrow you'll find us ready to serve Your car will
tk .........;0.raM'n i. hi r.,lh. ."ln> fundln. a lik. prlnclinl nm"lint "flondrd M........ '...'...d .l C.m, \lu..h". 11..10. give greater satisfaction and will last longer with regular attention from our ser.ice .
SITE the 1946 levela.The \ ( m ihiH,blr. "Mr help romviH from ,lndrbt.dn. .. .:.,'h Ml, 0,1.1 b.arran .- Sound II., .10"," 1Iff//... I h"os" tyat'a. nt
Ii Chi In the City of Stuart 1948 meat production Ih Ixrd .klrk. .....' Imnrn illd nrtk. >p nUd/ b par.rtlfl. "-d 5.r ('..hin'a I I.. 4 .10 p m.lonelu, throuak, I'y.ls'j men. Come to the HAYES MOTOR COMPANY for repair M'rvice.
nI l.'l i. thy .k.w.r: tkr Lorr.1 I l I. kr erirk ... >uu t iy Now Before Price. estimated at about. 22900000.000 .(.a.I" .|xn tk) rikl, knnd Thc Ltd ...., t per ri-n I U ', I ..r ''h..' |.orl".1| la l he f','II'..wl,"ir pylo'ltlna, In the 'n'elorI GOODYEAR TIRES. TUBES AND ACCESSORIES
rail i.t'c. lk> .tiIt.t.to.4 Ulirm of ..,. InlI'alaI, I III. S,00nt'ltl, 0I'tigena.. I'"I
S. CoUp pound or about 2000000.000 .. .n* .n fn>n> Ihi. tin I...Ih. and amount. .. Th bonil.,., .h.f ... hlrh 'hibid I.ad. i.n. i. s,.,. .nd I 1.,1 I (I oayyo. "cilia. IRS) ront, ,
i'' r aa.1 sitar I luarrpl .
SeaS pounds under the record .u. .r rvrrmm" 'ft. lit :2. >. MThr 'asN allI! Oh .... I u so I I .hllln", ..r
outputIn I., ..un..........n a I... In.'luJ. .*. ,... drilvcry"hef,..anl' ,,oak' I ymont frtk. dp'.1.$ f" TflalOo't'.,,. II'' S'nal1' 'Iflb.
[ LEWIS E. DAWSON 1944. f.t.nlhll l i..t' from tkr ( krt.llajK hand .. e 1. 'ly I. | 04.1.I .. Thrlifht -> C ornoas.r, 'SI, ..Ir.on, ...fWorld
I VICTORY ....... totburk Hrlran. and li ii' r>rd i. .e,.n m> r all VSnr II "d, 'I h.'clsI.ol'.o, ,. ,1.1.
HOTEL --- -- ,ih .k. -.I(IC "'..I'|..,"".." b> Mary .. rrti ,III d..n..1 I I s',''''..n. "sf W", II Wi .,
" ... .11 .hln.l II" orln or .ld 11..01 ..r ( ''.mtei..4un ..... ,
> II ,
tf MORE( ABOUT link r KJI> S < l fa.hlona .. (InrludliK thrvl "ho h.d .hll. "
.. ,rfl.. .. thIIH t. .'I.e. ..f Jane )0111." .. ... .
Ir 1 .
.1'l C M.. ...n lil.n.Lif I.I i. .1.1.til( II"n..up.i rat milFKKKIfV : I Ienso'rofit
I ",.'.n.... Tru.h In I ulkfulni". =---------- KIWANIS SOLD 5 n .,.'....n.... hck Imoo-t. ISl".fl.ay.aa'lp't"'aIi. J. R i'OMiltlloY.lrntae1'wlan:. : ( Thi tlmr C sit's.. I rlorlt nihill
,, .. :t'iaaadyla. $ b. a p.rlo.d. of l f:1:::IIIOI ilaytmmm.nclnir I
H.. I,krn.aa. po...... and yell..'.'la t.H! a Jun.I. .. and join l 1940. on May 83, 1 and codoo -
S 'E HAVE ALL SIZES ...m'.n' .irr all Ikr rortk... I IP .3(0. 0" Auau.t 21. U'd. .ub.el hoe.a. I .
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(COlitillll"cl/rom jta{y One) I 5.12. la." I. _ ADVERTISEMENT ... to th. ",Ihi of 1 Ioco.foa or dim",... --
, Kiwanis International '5O Oo..nm.ht .a.nel.. .n" ..r ,II'PII..I
OF coincntion LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT NOTICE OF BOARD OF 10 II..... 0. loyal COt'..,,Crc,.. flIOt. ''n
will give members unable to EQUALIZATION: the .pl..I..n .1 ,h. nl..ly no I d.,
I : UK Lu..IDA.. T.I..t.. pyI.rty. yenilIll. und., the ,'onlllIao5oaIlyd
20.INCIITRUCK attend the 1946 meeting this hound Hroprrtio.. I Inr K. .K. /I.ou, S" Notlr. I. h..r,.SYIII'"n 'hat In mm. III III''' It... R.nl.llun S
N. J. 1 ("Ii'PulP." Ol',mpia 1..lop".nl" rlIarapIth Sell' ,.. 1912.'. ('..mpl.lGinrral I'.r.uh. nlll ha.'n.' i I'Il'o'Ile m.r .100 For Father's
at Atlantic an '
City. na .
TIRES .. and Flonda Attanli !I".>".- Law at .IK 11 thi 1t..r,1 ..f .ak. off... ,I,,rln. thla p..Jod.-I', K. DayWhat

opportunity to hold special fellowship (i1 im.an nt (.....S....n". oarh a .If..l,.1 1 .JorlJ' County r..mllOl" ..f ,M"'II". ,. (05,1.. .. 11".h. Vlca rr..ld.n. r.ilcr.1. to",,.
.- rlirlla. .III I me.t. 1,11 !V n lay. J ly I. Moat,.". Corporation
.. *
Alio sessions and review "."rdhI: ? ..Mlniat.T'"M'TO.I IIk IU at f 00 odorS I I'. N. .1, 'tIlt' Courton May tl. Jun IS. July' 4. July .1 I
SEAT 11 : :: l : : I Fit: ,. I .. I'n ....,.. 'I..Id.. r.., lbCaytoiof .
COVERS their club's accomplishmentsSeveral .,'I.'l.ai I nt t omuonr. .ll..l'd* ....I. ; boai;: ..--'..;;'tt'tlllIOt' .; seAl.tiosOy ,,'<.i,h... .'

FOR YOUR CARJLPH thousand business and I..' r..i'p..ik.iu.. York peau.aoc N. Y. .pd J.l('. !...... .. I.. 5. o.In ..r ally. I'u- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
H..I.l N. nnal ....n.l.I .. flu" by 'h.l'.n'r .
.. ofll pcnly "p pa
professional! leaders from all it. ".,,.l.t 1.. dirrrlur atdtna. r d"ol.rd "........ ..Cl.,.. ... ..'.....1 ".. Could Be Finer Than
I ULMER MOTORCO. ( '> ....... .|l."','km.nt C"mp"n,. a ... ....m.n... .n" will ,'.ltl Inst I..I...,, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO REGISTER
sections of the United State ....rid. .rorpor.li. FICTITIOUS NAME
rjidend ... ..
Ii lIly
'.s'. t'fth, A.... S.w yo.... S .. aadi. on..::::-rh. is r '" m. Kntlc. I. h..reby Klv.n Hi.t 'Ih. underilvne .
and Canada have Indicated they ... L i'aPPa'. .. .uI.o .11".or ,I. Uhel,Ur th. provliilnna of I'hupter .

will be on hand for Kiv.anls Internationals .I. lru.t''- of t-1-rida Atlanta In..... t.. day.. .. will Ion.th... ihnll o011t0 bi mMt.....fromday ....plop 20.U.! I.... of r"I..rlli. SOlo. of
= S .. A For His Boat
1' ('o oany. a dia...l...l ....r/da 'y' .. .. 1041 will real.' with tIllCIek nfth. Gift .
S.i. >thOu0 t ... w. ?.,. .ompl.te 1946 Victory Convention "I01'.......-... r..idenr III....... un.. ani IIAHI thr" tIP yin.COINTY' f rraaid tOMMNSIONrRSMAKTIV Circuit C,,urt. In and fo,' Martin. or
Cn...,. .
And alralnht cbulri I..p.. I.aaao't'lag doc.iay.yAioi Horldn upon receipt of I ronfr
at- lh.pa'ti"
.hoo.n, lnd .ulnut rini.h... lUk'rim breaking previous oc of Fke'lda. AtliaIlt' In...'- l'Ol'NTV., .rIOKIUA.,. 01 r p bllcatlon ..f Ih. notice 'IS. fl,'II'
H all
.b.i., mminilonrn
','d hiI. Ih. ..1..11./1 records il.-.ut"d. .1..I.1a ..." County U.I... h.m.. .o.wlt ,
tendance 0' 1 o..n. a R. I.. \\,1.1.. rhnlrmanAltrat
I' \S JOr' N... IHlI.I .. 0' ... ...... G.. atdh.aia lly 5 SHADOW WN
...J.... III. L1rrklun. .
SAlE ._ The speaking program will l.tail.t. ...r...... .. .uni.in. ..ilocel.fsad : J R "l'tTIISRIY. Under which wo aro cnu.ned 1 In b,".1.
: ISIS, ,. /lU. A For His Kit
.. n... at Stunrt rlnrlla, that th. Gift Tackle !
I.u..... '., In. h, *,K"1"1 l", we.n Calh. .nl ('.Oipti.. a i._ .... Hortd. "an'ap.iiCi LEGAL; ADVERTISEMENTIN : In aad 1,0.1 a.a.r.I. r..l.low. I ILECAL
..1( lu"I. Lanal 1I..h Omar N. Bradl y administrator ," naid.nrr unkm>w.: aid tof ..11o.t. ,

'I'loorh"''' I." ,,,1n"l/H.elrirlly: I... '..un".. 'zr: ; of Veterans Affairs. Secretaryof .. |pynCotia.th.m if a.Mid d...........cS.d..prnoniof .. h..I.. a. THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT OF PAUI.INN OAnLAND T.TA RI1FNFIFLfI.EDENFIF.IM: : : .

i,,.I.... ..k.... Agriculture Clinton P. Anderson ".n.,.iaoH. ......._. or aShnp paei.tia ..kaeIbnYia "MARTIN FLORIDA COUNTY STATE OF "tat. .I. Fl.rlth. .1 I !
hr'rvt.,; M. ".*...- .lalm .n, 1..1 I. 10"0 4.od MAKE Mot' U. 10. Jua. a. 51. UU
: Rep Clare Soothe Luce of 3 ". .... U. pkjrrt .". II.R. .1 F. APPLICATION FOR FINAL We Have Just The Thing l

r-- Connecticut. William K. Jackson ... to .. K. C. Kiihl ofa,. In DISCHARGE ADVERTISEMENT
Florida. or rho .....
/ larlin Countr
recently elected president of the ....... .. .'I.iilitia.... nnd rnrk otul or IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TI1.E \1

SPECIAL Chamber of Commerce of the ... IN Tllfc. NAMh.' AND BY Tilt Vt CLARENCE AUkrNS NEAL I NINTH JUDICiAL I CIRCUIT' IN AND orDadinourMarineand ,
LOTS United State/ Drew Pearson. IUIKII. V.. aro k.rrbjf r",ulrrd lofilo TO AlL TO WHOM IT !MAY ('ONrFRN, FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
$1.00 DOWN your appmranrr. In p....n o> by 1'1.01.' I. h..b .lwu .h.t I bad. NOTICE TO APPEAR .J.
newspaper columnist and radio .....ea".,. In .10... Clrryit Court o( Martin m. ..., LIeu .pD.1 .. iclllary t:M..Uf ORDER OF PUBLICATION
$1.00 1 I commentator, and Harold E. County, Horfda. at ih. elf.. of th. tn0 ..r Ih. E..... Cli..,,. A.Iklni I din.y.* aull) Tackle :
WEEKLY undrral i<... C..-._. on or "". .. Oily I.7.. 1'1..1. .......d. Sal I .... flbd ray JOHN WOODKUM I Departments .
114.. .nd tkriraftrr your '*.... petition for fnal d.rh..4. that I Plaintiff I
"He Lots Are Right in LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT beat',.. (In tk.. aull In .. rourt f,kdrVkVuary will apply to the Honor.bit' Arthur R. .
II. l>4>. of d..... ..u....., Clonta' County Julie. of Martin Co,,myloriua hens WOODRUM >
Town LEGAL NOTICETO ills 1'1.......y. ky Florida Slat* rlnanro .' on th. a day of July 1.11. Defrndant )
ALL TO WHOM IT MAY CONfTRN Company. a Florida rorpon lioa. ro..- f.. th. approval of th. aamo and for TO BFSS WOODRUMS104 c----o
See dint TO All INT.RF.sT: :l I' PAHTIKN ... and .!l.a mnlthrnrat > ,
pbin.nl 1o ( you final dl.,.-har.. a> Anrlllary ki.eu. \ t MARCUM TFRRACK: .
Neil. I. h......' "I... That n hear' U Mm.. a.rt..... J. Klroit. and rix. of tk. palate of Cli. paoe. Adklna HUNTINGTON WEST VIRGinIA
LEWIS E. In. will be h.ld I In Iko. City Hall t Ityof W. B. Tilton. mt aur..i.ln. dlrrrlora and 1'1..1.' d......... It I. h.r.by ordered/ and raq.ilr.d 0., .J1
DAWSON Stuart rl.rlda. ait 10 .. m. t' Jun.V46 ....--. of R. R. Rlro" a Ilona Com. Thla Stk day of Jun.. 101.. hat y suappyan to th. U,II of Complaintr ,
VICTORY HOTEL on 1 refusal of CuR of Smut toirant ,. a dia pormit for ...........10. of. a Und. o.ainat H.br Buind l>....rr..... I IB.s ... A. Anrlllary Emutrla ., th. L>Utof lonuay. Ih. <4th day of J.una. A. D.
tf ull.llnato. ... ..... far manufacturingif dl..ol..d Florid rorpomtioa Old llnr.nr. Alklna' N.al d.<..lawT .. I 1044. ansI Th. IIlu.N.... I. h..h' Ricou Hardware
r-- Syrup.. Frail ('"ne.nlral'.'. and.oeo.nul .,.,... I. H. Moor. ir. Haul M. Tan .... OUOHTtR.fO.V ..linat.d .. Ih. a.e.ropap In which Co.
r- C WI... by Henry W. Schwabn Jet and J.n'ta H...... a. ..rri>ia> 4.rortora .- Attorney for Ancillary ElKtri.un. .. tha oravr ahall ... publUhed, .... 'lj
'' > the following. otearn>.d.) ml uroiwrty.., I aad Iraatroa ..rlobe _... I. II. H 17 1.". ...k I In four .,.....ullv.,, weriily laaueaVVITNBR8 I
'IIItItiiiiii 01.'t. llemlubillvlalon
."""mi.,mil Lola 17 and '". Ppapy.ti.o. In... m dl..ol LOST Stuart. Martin County and ....... /I.... goyad C....- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT esall and ha tlftloiai Seal .r ..Id. Court, (
& Einfda. and to delermln. whrth.r or not .... D. 1.1'
FOUND .. a Doktwar. corporation i aur. 151. II dap 0' M.r. A.
IllIllIuil'' .lONINo"BOARD ... uIh ADJUSTMENT, .'I.l. (any. of Mid ...t hrin. 10 for..-loo. NOTICE TO CREDITORS j. tt. runn-nur.. PHONE 38 IJ h
I ''.i Him.II iiiniiiiiiiii I OP mort.... .aIn.I abo.. drorribrd land.. Clerk Clitull CaurtT :
'hI.I' ". con This CITY 0" flTl1AR1'8r an abbrortalod titl.. of aatd. n. .....( h R.. ESTATE OK VIOLET C MEvlRSYoi 1'. OUCHTFPjiONHomey :
'h. :,'" '"""!. T. J. F. K5.NNEOY.I.- _. Slat Finance Coaiao. r ... RI -...... for Plaintiff
I IU .r( ,. Chdd. :. : Cb.ie..aN.Jun. ..I. SHall S" Dona C... .< al., los Cba.. at. ......., aotlfltd and nqulrtd MO. U. 40(5 Ju. III,. 11th. 4. D. ISIS : : -
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TACK SIX u"- TU vrr .r tills STTAJIT. Marti l CHat. FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JCXE 13 H4Miiiti 0 _
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I I shut I ; .. t''I., h.i neuared,.t, .I',tet be-s 1 State of Florida (by Legislative Act)
iSt ,, anal produce
p. DIET NEEDS l ".1.'" < PI : t'
.\ \thuat sunerals
er.u propel
" ((nnlinurd From Pate: One) 'the not detiim soil a.be; the producer GtttttmtJ.We GD.I Must take the leadership in the fight

I a 30 \p<.; (''nl:\ In 'ad I \plainini s are adding numerous' >:III> 1
that IK v. '01'ti t\pi\ 'ore r1spon oral all the time, be eoonM*1 to eliminate pest mosquitoes and sandfliesThe
sible cd. in mi attempt to have the
iifct' 1 1:1: esMstialiemenu present tm .
New bine* ,1 l ,1.1 k n i\< The
wise sided! the' "I'OO\lO'tJ.. i t the soil uhirh produce the taeio pst mosquito: is a serious problem in more acres of mosquito breedingg1'OUlHtS adjoining )-
meats and scUntllicAtock L' > 0;I the nation"unJO
feeds ha,1 c increased 1 than l half of the counties in Florida. It is the greatest county has S or 10 times as much (population
the me ,it I te.P "Mile<' MEETS r iDr
work on the part i .: 'I.' p; :.'grace\ Harold Johns Post UneIteen obstacle to the development of Florida as a year and half the area of breeding ground. The breeding -
Because the ..I. \,xr'.1ncof ) Legion.i; meet at d p m. E'ly -
a baby boi, c >.. l 1.\' \l..n;, c.aIn the.. loc cabin The prt 'roond State I Its annoyance destroys most of the areas in the first county definitely contributeto
udude eclal *!*-
li niter than s. : 'i 111'i but t ram sir a q>
J,.. thai at'i ,,,., 4i., ,\ mv < ir.un\ 't] ''n.i" 'nine ol/ nap 1MB' good will that our State Treasury and our Chamb- the mosquito problem in the second county whichis
t armt: -'' 'I.I '- nave solemncrates) which sere replaced -'I
". loin 111 ilea] tw.! on J4HBinal -
concludcc of Commerce spend millions of dollars to create.
ers for the control
period of s' ,,,. a dtterml: Da' j ten times better able to pay program -
i \nk\ : facie I ': speaker cot i' So Ions as the pest mosquito is not eradicated from
unwilling to do
tlnued MOKE ABOCT than the first county, yet so
Ret iiru. the .,.'If'llIlII! ; ,., I Florida it i is futile to attempt the full developmentof
p""ella" '. t vd'1) ,' ,..n..I"I'fli HEALTH DRIVEc because of the separate county set up and the lack
I lids,, \I alrv, .t Lt 4Cit. : Florida as a year 'round residential area.
",' \l 1' 11m.. nt.- ',' t..1 LI1. C 01\: \, I !rom pact"' Oar basis of coordination. Similar 1
of practical
.. t 11111' 'eat 11',..." f1 '" 'J.' 1'helarer Florida counties where the pest:: any
'11. B... 1.41... ,.,1'I'L ;s.:' ('\'enJ.J.rUD,
'.1t'pit; ;' :'1'11.1 i>: 5.r.1 ..,)I'j; ..:.' .. ._ UN immunities$ <5 frt i mosquito is a serious problem, are fully aware of situations prevail all over Florida.
I'.IK' :,it: 1" ." : c: :- t" :La..zf uch< a drive'
.,rIU.:'. .:, :, .1' : H ,-....tsttd the land 0}' the damage done by the insects and are spending The recent mosquito convention in West Palm
r''. ".'MI"dhe: mOlt UDttar7aa4 I
iHc'ni' tray to dispose of.a.lle I tax money in combatting mosquitoes by oiling spray- Beach brought out very forcibly the need of an
;alze quantities In (Ud
THere thud deep trenches art tfsgc j ins ditehinjr and other approved methods. They over-all mosquito control program for Florida which h
.. .
: : .1 bulldozer or cinular eartto-I
:: 'h.c equipment to tuxtf tl hare made great headway restricted areas where would survey the problem and work out a solutionfor
NEW >h> ..1'tht' %acte I
IZztRIJtfl T'htHulth DepArunenu feet foil eradication programs are in effect. :Many the state as a whole. It does not make sense p
t t.fed understaffed and omv !
BIKE MOTOR I :ked especially at present smaller counties t have the necessary machinery, and foi adjoining counties with a common problem to
I.lh; the 1 polio epidemic areas
-ok ,:. South Florida IlUtDI extra in some: instances, a little money, to fight the mosquitoes have different solutions, different engineers, different t
niands! and has no tame tail ,:
,,": an ml'n-.j\f' survey tocallf bet they are held back by ;o considerations: programs of spraying, oiling or ditching amino
=- .s. However he said agfr ra>flta
--tJ }...:-' .i,>- ::cff reported to bias In < 1)) They do not have enough money to do cooperation in solving their problem Whatever f
-!r \"e!"> Bt'acha1U be p-omptJl2.
"1 J:. _.;' ,y ... -''sated and the violausrs Ibid the job properly.! methods are used the cost of eradicating mosquitoes

( 11'i"f. '). 'p"..., 'P- .... '\ ....H' can Dens aId JP that ti or:gmg face the for proffctUoa.department several: t 2)) Mosquitoes do not recognize county lines should be in proportion to the number of mosquitoesto V

II', -" .r"'f' ..,,' > .hut t Martin) Bt Lutte and< and thousands of dollars spent in one county are eliminate which is not necessarily in proportionto
\ / 1 .... ,
:: -: i :; Ri\' r counties! form aash
\: population. In fact it generally is the opposite
: unit which would rtsdt wasied because money is not available in an adjoining -
ash ha'jnfla nurse and tanJ-.
'.uoificer The cart would be .I county to eliminate its breeding areas. the most thickly settled counties have the least
'n oj.i 50c!) per capita, wbScJl In (
-I -' :,:.Tin: county would amount lo <3) N"o coordinated program for mosquito and breeding areas
I ;/ blOat, 13.000 I
A.< it is he pointed out. there .I gadfly eradication has been attempted by the various Under these circumstances one solution slay
.' 10 organized health atthrl5tj ,
50.(: .,i. Martin count?. :I c< Informed that local mereha&U ,
\ -1.-. '" unable to secure garbage I in one county interferes:: with the ditching programin for the State of Florida at large. It could
cans through their lofebuc.. JWxlcxer -
The Sea Chest :! said that he would makes a neighboring county. There are too many different be supported at least ;50') per cent by the State
:. effort to find a source of:
,' i I kinds of Treasury and organized that state-wide
Phone l 1,1'"a\ ppi\ ; : programs. so a con-

Fort 100 Pierce South. Florida 2nd St. No.,. cit the>Unite T.1>f'11I1'action resulted (..I) There are too many engineers entomologists trol program will be put into effect in all counties ]
and office holders trying; to carry out these or taxing areas that contribute up to 50 i per cent

I i fJro 1 U 5There are approximately 30 different of the cost of carrying out such a program in that

organized anti-mosquito districts in the State employing county. The cost would have to be proportioned,
3d different engineers or supervisors trying where several counties are involved to their abilityto

t> carry out 30 different kinds of programs resulting pay for a joint program in which they are all in

in endless confusion unforgivable waste of terested. Their interest in an eradication program

the taxpayer's money too much overhead and too certainly should be in proportion to the number of
THE i i iI
iI little eradication, and great extravagance in purchaseof }K>l'Sons110 inhabit the area and regardless of the

I waste: oil. DDT anal other supplies required in exact spots\}) where the !mosquitoes::; breed
the fight on the mosquito. Another solution\ may lie in letting the State-

Radio Broadcast : (5) Most of the mosquito eradication programs of Florida take over the entire job of mosquito and

are in charge of a taxing: district (sometimesthe sandfly eradication, abolish all local mosquito districts
county commissioners: ) whose members are laymen and turn their funds over to the State

elected' to serve, usually! without salary, because We believe that the establishment of a mosquito

of the they are willing: to give time to wage war on control }program by the State of Florida, by legislative

the 1JV)* tlito'S. Most of these officials are longon act in the 1917! Legislature is one of the most ]

enthusiasm, :sincere in their efforts, terribly con- important projects our legislators can undertake.

LOUISCONNFIGHT cerned over the damage done to Florida's goodwill We firmly believe in the value ,;>f advertising

by these pests but exceedingly short of prac- Florida but we are convinced that until the' pest:.

tical experience in carrying out a mosquito control mosquito becomes a memory its sting is destroying

camJJ lign. millions of dollars worth of good will and destroying

The lack of coordination in the efforts of the it faster than we can build it up. The elimina

various agencies to eliminate the mosquito is the tion of the mosquito is not an insurmountable prob

greatest: dangeconfronting the mosquito control lem. It was done in the Panama Canal Zone halfa

at the program because there is evidence that a consider- century ago. It has been done successfully in

i able number of the individual county programs other places. Florida can abolish the mosquito

will break down for want of better understandingand permanently as a menace to health and happiness.

Lyric Theatre cooperation with neighboring counties. It is It is a problem that must be studied and solvedby

,I not merely tack of money. Take the example legislators of the State of Florida and we appealto

ol two adjoining counties on the east coast. One them earnestly to give it major considerationin

has a population of 6,000 and probably 20,000 their study of Florida's needs

Wednesday Night

June 19 i VALENTINE Chairman C. BARTLETT. EDWIN Secretary-Treasurer A MENNINGER, EVANS AttorneyIL. CRARY,

his act.-rtJRmer.t paid for by private contribution: not from public funds. ._ r
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; the Legislators of Florida 7.;

1,440,103 Residents of Municipalities In This STATE ;
Need YOUR Help to Solve Their Finance Problems '.'
[that may sound like"big talk from a small town"-since the City of Stuart .
as only about 3,000 Residents,but-as Abraham Lincoln said"The Lord must .
[have loved the common people;He made so many of them."The great urban
population of Florida ((1,440,103 as compared to 809,958 rural)largely con-
tained in small incorporated communities like this.We are speaking not onlyfor
Stuart but for hundreds of other cities under "Metropolitan size," when '
we ask you to please start now and


You Represent Them,, Too-And They 1 .

Have Scraped the Tax Barrel Bare. ;


The Legislature Should Help The Cities As It Has Helped
The Counties And Other Political SubdivisionsIn
Refunding of Municipal Debts, In Acquisition of Rightsof
Way For State Roads Through Municipalities, And In
A Reasonable Adjustment of The Homestead Exemption Act

Please Study The Municipal Problems Now In Your Own CitiesAND

Gas Tax, Cigarette Tax, Liquor Tax And Race Track Funds
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-The Cities Need Your Representation-' ,


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MRS TRACY M1RTYV. Socleh. tdhor

) : }' NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK ]IN STUART i News Item office for thlg before TELEPHONE piper noon mint on 300 reach tl'edne.uac th neRp t

. the I i: and Mrs L (' 1,
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wl Ih
to. HUft'Utl'I'l ( I' Ii111t11/11/ I III ". '... IllllII Di (("'11 l 1..1 I ,is II lit M''II i ul l Di iiits SMITH PARTY\ IHS1KK 01' IKUt i lot n .six weeks vacation They I home her parents Mr. I dorado HeiRh 1 p
I 111 i run: : 01 "! i b t,".1111.11I .nul, Mis ( /hull', :\ ('.IIIIo.j..1 I ) .I IIOSTI: INSTXIK I Hilt ,, (':XII.HIt\' I I ntnpptd) 1I1l\fobli" for n vl.1IIth \'.ekend with p

I IItl JIIN.IIIMN I \Kltllli : !1uu,' .'i'' '"i 101 I (ii S"I\II'dl\\ the 0"<"ill): lord. ., I(l1'el Iud Hibi..,(,ii,' Mix! E. J. Smith ji.. enter- ,1 Mrs W W LWi Fort Pieicelisti !lfl. SII'Wal.t'A mother. ------- ,----_ ., of

"-. ,\\i), tool' M ,j" i 1)111| ( II'<11st l ,\I 11.\' pu" 'II,' ,'lea''(' ;al .llvii ,( !lull)'i" f-l 1.mi" f-1 late ,,1alnd Friday night with a ( 'let piesldfiit of the Legion 8
"111" 1 nl I \1i: in! '\'.Jlc( VI;I JII, I.
I.' U:. '.1' ,.... ...,,, I l'huirlt< t. \ ,Jr:!i \' i :tnni"TPI1VIVQ :vns n'c K rMrimi\nr: mo.ndaVII>. Et Lucle Estates 'I Friday nhht\ at the Episcopal I II.ek visiting. her brothel'-in-lnw Highest Cash For Your Cai
ton NOV'S inttTittmMis 'I (.Ut'sta Included Mia Evans parish house following a ban- ':' and suter Mr. and Mis Clinics

I -- -.----- i .. Ell; iv Flank ruck unitirtalned r ''Craiy Mr.. Webster OrduayMis I qurt in her honor at Lances MJIlei Jr. at their home in Melbourne WON'T TAKE FIVE MINUTESWe
cele- : H. Mis. restauiant and they with 1111'11'!i iclilldnn
j "A LilH! 1 uch Of Ham..." last week to Harry Hlppson
Lnte her IIn'. Eller\ Frank Law J Ji Mis' T. J F. Kennedy Th* din,UK room was artistically Larry and Linn cane can pay you the O P. A. limit for your. ""at wI}
r 1 Hi 10 '*101, ,,,", ,, 'iIIIPI i ,'m 1I1II''"<'1 TUCK\ III eond birthday an- M. Law ji., Mis T. J. F. Kennedy decorated wl.h l fern and, is at much a. you can get anywhere and 1 1DI
nll'pl'-al'Y. at lid how Fanny' Mis L Ashby Arbogast poppies by Mrs Clara Chand.erand STAY WITHIN THE LAW
INVITES YOU TO TRY Ol'>' BREAKFASTS I villa Port Bewail Present wcuMis Miss Ida! Albrocht Miss Betty I Mrs. Laura Blake. Corsages! ROTARY CLUB
t"11 : Pi'ire French and IHtUKliN Smith and Mrs D. S. Hudson \ weie presented to the district I SUNRISE MOTOR CO. I
Served From 6 lm. to !0 a.m. I president and district secretary. ...... STUART No. 3202
Mary Militate:. Noimn and prize was presented to the whiter J.. ..1 M.N." W.dn..y 12.15a'
DELICIOUS SPAGHPfTI SUPPFKS AND SHORT Alice Fiench Mm Curtis Whitlui /- ) ol the high! 'st wore. Mrs\ !I Mrs Addle Emerson and to the a .H'n'OLM'S' GRII L 311.25 South Dixie

i.- and little dnughteis\ Laura( Hlpeon I Int. I I new auxiliary president. 1\11'1. : DR CItARLES,....1.'.CAKRIEL", I Fort Pierce, Fla. Telephone 1 tSCK
O mm. to 2! ,.m. K and: Helen Jonnn. Mrs Win' Chet Homan of Salfino HENRY CABRE SIT
cell: t Witeij. mil(\ rlaui;1'.t:i \ t-- i I A delegation' of past piosl- .
CLOSED ALL DAY TUESDAYS AM )I KIM dents\ offlceis and! m-mbemoj -- --- --- -
Nodlnl'i" DICER' HOSTS I, the Fort Pierce unit who attended I
216 Dixie HiKltwa\-KI"I\ Bldg i Ml mil Mm A N Klcld *1t > ; Included: Mrs. Alice Hall

MR*. Kirtrrn)> HOSTESS I I1 t iiatmd with a Sunday night I I Mrs Frances Emerson Mrs Lolly ,
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.\ tiRII+(IE-El'NVHCO\ rilnnei' it their home on PalmGlty Stead. Mrs
I ; I i Hants Mm Ruth ,
Mix H M. KHlrld) cntt'ittdn- Drlu Peace vur laid I for '
( ; Vivian H DavU Mrs liazel' SoonThe
(ed FHI.IY)(l "uth. .i 1,111l Ill'\). followed I ate('11. Munncll Mrs. Virile Cain. Mrs: Coming
I bbildge nt hn I home In ',
OUR NEW Reiwk Atkins. Mrs Myrtle PoolMrs .
t th< Fi'.tin', Apiulin, ntK nn StLul I .tDEEEK,\t'IF11tN.tDIII'Gllll'11.f01'GHiIY; : ( ; Ludlt Moore. Mis VlrahtllBennett ,

I Bear Wheel Aliner eri Mi l '('n Arthur NCI'in. Chippclki Otust) I Induct. Mrs/'. ; l4RMIU1ll(0N utn; ,is i anal; Mis. Mis Ethel: Market Trudnak Sullivan Opening ofSTUART'S

A. N\ Kilid.II'( : -' L A hbAl'
The niHiinne( ut Mina Ethllnde I New Stuart officers present
1, Mr. Leon E A,hl"Mis '.
oftnst \
FRAME! AND AXLE SFRAIf' rl'.MNC' ; SERVICE Adele Kaiiffinuii daughter. of were: Mit Homun Mrs BlnnrlKLowrej : Dr I
: Robert 0 Jud IIn. Mis- Ida vice sldent M
Mis Gh-ulci ss
Hubert! Kuitifmnnd I pi
i 1 ;r .." jr fesifrji.. : : Alb!iiclil Mix M. O Liltirmnrnd East Huddani (Connecticut Viola Kreldei. oecretan Mrs
/ Mi- 8tuiKltchlnv! MiKlelfcld
Jennie \Vllbur treaiuiri. Mm NEIA
; ;lid! Hugh de Latiiwat Wllloulibv -
I '5't:*t A 1.1 -,' in honor of MiKlteh- of 1 Ntwport. Rhode Inland. and I Emily Stockley chaplain Miss '
I : > ... ; '/ ; ino s bnihd u tnnlveiMUpic- 1 Fort i-ewull. took place June 8 I Krtidei historian and Miss MarIon 1 EI
,'. ''''>,> stiid: 111'1'l'lth i ii beautifuliik \
I ;;.w i it the horn" ol Mi and M"H.RobC''t Horn an. seigeantalAiinsMemb .
I it. *. whch: Was i enjojpd with Porter Kep of Faimlnffton I :is present: :.11'.... Radle
J' t tin t d"""'it HII/.h/. scores were Stlllei I Miss Mildred Stiller Mrs
:.., .. .1' ;=..: .:"' : .v nil] bv Mi: Judson and MrFI I Rev tiaiold King !per- I Chandler. Mis Olive Taylor. I 11
.\ I' .I'I i 1.11\\ were mad
scores Mrs Allene Pesin. Mis
l lormcd the reit-monv In thee Daphne
Aj > :Mi A,h i\. did Mi+'. Klclcl i : :
'r. : ,
I Jamison Mis I Jinnlclbir I I
: i! J : e encc ol Imm dlate relatives :
Mis Augusta Johns. ]Mrs\ Viola ETII
8' ol the couple The bride wan I
:111111.,.. (USS FNTrnT.IN11)IIJ : (ltlendld, : by her sister Mr.. I Mahos: (UK! Mis LII"U" Fill GENERAL HARDWARETHANK II

: : ,- IC I 11r.t 1t\c1R.tT1ON: William Orunhol, jr. IIiiRh; deL :, ford IIG
.. ('I.\c4 Wlllounhby III was best man YOU FOR THE MANY EXPRESSIONS -
) <" :MiFlank\ Glass was hoist- > lot his father. I lC.t t Fill: \1HCT\IN: : '
"/! ? r' to the Hump Df'mnnAU'nUon Following; a trip to Valley IStlTISl! \I'SI( II!.OPII: [ Of GOODWILL fOR OUR NEW EN-
** Clan; <- list 'Ihui.-dav. nt her home Ranch Wyoming Mi. and Mrs I The young( peopli department I
on Paten CII I' Road FolloUni ;;- WIlloiiKhby will/ roslfl" nl Marl of the Bipllsl church' w<'r(. ; TFIPRISF:&: WE liON TO OPEN ON OU

I' \"''ml dish luntheon MIl \'h"tll.! Port Sewull alter October t 11110111111/ rt with a bunt ,lido nnd ABOUT JULY l ht t SPECIALIZING IN
Tire VIcar Now I I
Stop Costly Luc'Ik' 111.11' d moiiKti( din I 1-t. beach "knlt| i : 1-' HillY ('violin, I n
,;ikli "' bid' I !(',iids nl I! ( Ii"lI'kl l The the ,
'. -jj) group mil at homo ol
I JUN'I I I 11-1'I r \U/ l Ii' V. IFt'L \I.C.NMf.NTCRIPPI I :: :
F'Jl' :R CKDKIVI : < >. SII' afro '.ave snmr vii In- IIIMdl'VI. UMIIM( / ? Mfl IT: i Mr and. Mrs Arnold I Uau-i I Ittom Pittsburgh Paints and the Well-Known
'aull' hints III'' liiimliv. Ainonilnisi '\ there/ Mi' Hanoi took themto ,
: IN NOW f-OK :\ UV" M.M DYNAMIC t (' pit',suit wci-, !'IrH Huh The" lust meet'!11? until October I Jensi Bach by boat to
Cn.ni nt- who w:" upp' (iiiid of fel Cntherliu swim and roast wieners
WHEEL BA Ct.N : IJ"G'/ JOB ohnijter was I Belknap "Blue Grass" Line of Hard
r ': (am
I (hiliniun el n lilt' i it Ion. *j-| .1.1C 1 1 lwlrllt the 1 Episcopal!:! I Parish Those in the party ueie Jaii-
; He' \Idl!.h I'Il.o1l'lI1l1n !II loodI I HMI,! Monday. Alter a covered-I alto Baker Tune Matousek Jean

Ralph Ulmer Motor Co. I (", 1\.11/.11 I I I1111011 :Ml'. C'K ?|r..lJall| : I (!Is'i' supp t'i :he business meet- Parker. PeuKy' Ulmei" Alice Ann DREW KING AND BERNARD COKER
\ 1 111)1111'i Il11p] : OJ\' 1111''lit' :Ml, Jc. I: ii iic, : was conducted by the chair- Math-ra. Rose Czverko. Norma '
""t lilt" / .'hll;,I nt)',li'' ii I l plll.t 1 1I ,I''. man. Mr. Chester Uoman tho Oxlip) Rossle Moor Donald I'
JLU< UlXlf HI.HW\ PHONE !1J41 1 J.d I \11 L','.1 < i 'Irl. 1 ni' n 'till thus week" for an extended Eurrouuhs. James and T. H. i j STUART HARDWARE CO
--------V- I 1,1)1 I' 'tatlon in the north, Crews Paul and Gerald Thonni I 1
ftli.. Jack BogKCSfc Bob Knowles.
'J ,iRMrl/I alinRiNVlf10/Rr I Ir is uUtmlitig weio the 1zi
I: v. !tlc'hal'll M Fen.on. Miss N Robarts Leroy Huff, Fred ,
( fiit DC | .4 j'ld/'I t ,/ Finion, Miss: Myrtle I Bentel Mi, and Mrs Arnold FLAGLER AND OSCEOLA AVENUES .flJAR'

d UOIE\ ; hail" i MM E. J. Smith. Mrs.f Baum, Mi and Mrs O L. Eden!
U Ii 1 ;'Ii S:.. f1 4?.? 3l| Balance these Scales! : 11.1"1 Sin:tl', MIM LIt't1e' ful-" field and the U V. Phil :Maxwell | -- -- ----

; ?< i I'd.l Mrs A. N. Kldd! Mrs. Earl
I JI'OIl.I?, Mis D. S Hudson and IIIn'I..\\-mitTON:
before fire DestrosTODAY'S !i i1 I s. I.i \ Aibonas ItlllSOil: :MM/ID. ,
i iJ ? .,-- -- ---.-- I Miss Dolores Hartman of New i i Back Your Future With U. S. Savings BonOB /

Hiii.hton. PH beiiiu the bilclci .
Fort Pierce, Florida Lddi LaNtrn" Barton
i olct
Phone 782 nrt in a mple! r11g {jjj. ;

FREDERICK Foot Specialist L. PORT LP veli rformcd nt the by Baptist th Rev.chinch ceremony Phil Max-Satin ,! I I '1JJJ. !i ; !i.f t l: lJ.at.ill: :(:' 1fJ!

? Room 20.1 .day evening \ I1' 1)1)11f) \ ISSUEOATE 1Ih
t r ( Sunrise. Theatre Bldg The young couple were attended I ,
k II by Mr. Baitons: (cousins Ml'
t- :::::-.or: o.T or ,o and Mr*. John Leighton.

a AFE DEPENDABLE The bride wore a powder bl le I
PEST .nope" frock and blue flowered! I I11.'bT'I

CONTROL ressoiies hat' with nose veil and black ac- I : 11.I ;

"! ,, : Following a wedding dinner

., ftt' 0 the young 1'0uplE''I'nt to Sand
U Dunes for a brief hone )
D f\J.tt.! !h't I II ) moon .

Ir: 1 I) ".. :....., : They are now at home to fiitnds' II ........-..,.......
::it : at the Virginia apartments i :---.8.: : :: :: ; .:::':: .r.';:
I i.It SERIKSE; ......_... ..... C1268086'8F'I
INSURANCE FOR ,, r .' Call 7979a '--- -- ___.... ,_/ ,
,o 'nWPB., Fu.W .. Mis J. B. Stewart and three' :1j I
YESTERDAY'S LESSER !r --".-- .)' .1'I111 i' Id i'en left last week to visit lir : -
l 1.l l'eim "...,". I lnrldeonor l .L 'I -Y1T: : Fi f ;;: Jf:
HOME VALUES \ :::=OrsO:: n li, r patents in Harrlesburg,Mlbs.FATHER'S t; .. _'. :_,:-jI\

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PROPERTY DAYSPECIALS I! You Did It For Your Country t

Your i
30'%}" TO 50roJ' Future



%'nu are oIioni8nwner, it rrm T n' \"u to tli* trexlendnu9biereaaet inhand.oonelvloetatnineylnutuulnr i
purchase of War Bonds, They discovered how quickly few dollars .it aside'
properly.littleIxrlate'I'heii16fleaor) I' I f!I a
each week would make "nest "
i ame in light of to la>'il gnulK: in, r,...i-,.d) lire insurance e0nylanie' show 'ao" afire) GREETING CARDS egg

roperty| vniie' *. :\iiil act tit unit if jour ruse of 11ellle.s" IOM amoiij home oumravli I Now these same bonds, still being bought by million. of Americans, at the*;

Inline I.I illaI'1Uolh'1y, frotn, 'led, re proprtits v<'re cinonxly nnlir.liionri place of work, at banks and post offices, continue to be the chief insurance for 1 .
better future for ..
a the .
family and the individual.
Tin value e>f )our home, eli |nJInj' :; on FOUNTAIN PENS 52c I
1 liii H an urgent appeal to art now in PRICEMEN'S General Dwight D, Eisenhower describing U S. Savings Bonds "Whaj1
ether) >'011 i live, I U wry prnlial K from JO'i ,it is says.
( 1II"'r-to lln 11 in.rreasivl obviously not my perogative to tell
jour own protect our veterans how to conduct
11 :>0 f : more to l lay than' in I'M:\). after their release front the
Army they
nevertheless in
<1 values of yours my continuing interest
I The {nurcake"' in value of vnir lurnitiire, Ifoiir, ( pr< perty is not adequately' in. *7rIB1MU*l0 ,urge that they Rive serious consideration. to the advantagee ,
rugs. eliillnng, ji'Hrlrv may well) nrniwntallilionil mired 1 fur Hi i pnsl'nt value, a telephone! rail Savings Bonds

$ tlioiiiiiniU: in aM"'ts you are in i,MIV| may s.I\")'OU tlioiwumla';in willrr. SHORTS 98'MEN'S I 35C$1MEN'S

I N danger nf I liit-iii: j if fire destroys your homo tuvo prompt' eTn( n nt sirviie, % ... 4 J

allII.I"ngmg8.l mil, iiiKiiruine lailur-iiiddii to ;' '.;,
firo; IiitiHc e\'cry llayarcawakeninghnm4) / ynurnec,1a. '''' ,.

Let ui gn,'t you Ihf prolrrtlnn/ ifllit flolflI.I.y Capital "lark company iniurancf I ANKLETSMcClung's 39c I
( thai, nut only fin)i ij Jin utrilti, but mluully, kelps ,rrp Jim'' from darling.l ; .


EDWARD MAPPReal 5X to $1 StoreYour

OF '
Estate and Insurance Home Owned Variety Store

OSCAR F. JOHNSON, Proprietor'
i ruOMiurs I: 1'1 of Federal Deposit,
insTurrurIHDI) : niunm.: I Insurance Corporation _
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"trite. D NEWS and MRS TRACY MARTTN, Society Editor ,

' Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART News !Items office for this before paper noonTELEPHONE must on reach Wednesday the newspaper ( I I

300JB 4 < S f fprboro

) .t CI usone Visit, hrr 10. Sunday Mrs raauie from Kooeris Atlanta to arrived visit I Miss Florence MRS J. C. ANTHONY, SR Jr., Mrs. (Lloyd Holden Mrs, t i t i ii
1)/1) and( dater Mrg Mr. and Mrs. Harris Lowery of HONORED ON BIRTHDAY Henry Kindred, and Mrs. Bernard : )

6 ajnt) -. -West Fourth-Street-_._;_._- --- Bride of Mr. Max AuerbachMiss honored Mr. and the Mrs 72nd L. C.birthday Klckllter of Hlnson. II BARN DANCE I .

I her mother Mrs. J. C. Anthony, Mrs Earl Dare and daughter, I
Can Florence Kanarek Sr. at a dinner at their homeIn Jean Dare, who spent the sea- EVERY WEDNESDAY NITE'J'
RAM REALTY CO. daughter MR. AND MRS. GREENLEES Eldorado Heights. The guests son in the Atlantic Court, left
of Mr. and Mrs. O S. Kan- ENTERTAINED: :. : WITH BRIDGE were Mr. Anthony,Sr. Mrs. Will- to Join Capt. Dare at their homeIn 1
crek of Seminole Avenue and PAItTYMr lam C. Miller and daughter and Bridle, N. J. I. PAUL KERSEY'SMELODY
des}' ESTATE BROKERS Mr. Max Auerbach son of Mr. and Mrs Joseph Oreenlee sons Lynn and Larry of Melbourne -e- ,
it end! Mrs. Sam Autrbach, of West Mr. and Mis A. C. Courson are
gave a bridge party last nightat :, Mr. and Mrs. W O PLAY BOYS I
Palm Beach. were married Sunday motoring ta De-Land Sunday to :
their home In Tropical Farms Penney and sons, Billy, Jr and
afternoon at half after Donald Burroughs Mr. and Mrs take their son Joe. to summer .
Phone ;
). Dld 298 three In the George Washington Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. J C. school at Stetson university. SHELDON BAKER j
Hotel William Berry Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Jr. and son J. .
Ballroom In West Palm C III Mrs. C. L and "
: Boggess
Charles (tBilh* Porter Mr. and "
Stuart Florida Peach Rabbi MASTER OF CEREMONIES "
is by Manuel Orcenfctinc Mrs. Robert McCallum Mr and eons Jack and Charles and the
> Beach
ne I \
Kicklitcrs .
Mrs. John U. Mennlngcr and daughter. JollneTLLN.
More than 300 guests\ were Mr. and Mrs. William SUffcn of LOG CABIN
present more than 50 from Sca a11's Point. High scores were -.\GLRS ENTIRTAIMD Country Club '.
Stuart, and vicinity Before theservice won by Mrs. SUffen and Mr. 1 MTtRDlY NIGHT GREEN FEES 1
ed A SIGN Quick? Mis Herbert Halpern McCallum The Tecn-Agers were enter- Weekends, $2 Stuart!, FU., .
sang several songs and Mrs. tained Saturday night at the Weekdays $1.50 8 P M till? Admisnon $1
Atkinson played the "Bridal MR. .\ND IRS. LEACH Service Club. The 08 members Seasonal Memberships I

c SIGNS I ALL KINDSCK Chorus as the processional ENTERTAIN GUESTS present played games until nine Individual !SCO l plus tqx\ Couple .e
white The bride. wore" a long gown of !Mr and Mrs Willaford Ran- o'clock and spent the balance Family $75 plus tax On The Air Over WIRA Every: Tuesday Thursday
WINDOW SHO-CARDS net with sweHheal neck- som Leach of Tuckahoe on the of the evening dancing chaper- Sandwich and Bar and Saturday 6:45 p.m .. tDon't
long sleeve and pearls. She Indian river gave a swimming oned by Mrs. L. Ashby Arbogastand Service
REAL ESTATE WALL wore a veil of Illusion, held with party and supper Sunday night Mrs McElfrlsh of Jensen
"SIGNS THAT SELL" a coronet of orange blossoms. for their weekend house guests Beach. Mrs. Andrew Pittman ------- -.
The bridal bouquet was calla' Dr. Edward Albarlan of San welcomed! them at the door and
I Dixie Hi-Way P. O. Box 501 Stuart Fla lilies: and ferns. Francisco and his brother. Dr. Mrs. E. J. Smith Jr.. and Mrs

Miss Gale Home of New York Henry Albarlan of Los Angeles. Leon E. Ashley served refreshments For Father
------ was maid of honor. She wore a Quests were Miss Betty Richardsand The group hopes to give Forget To Buy A Gift !

long frock of blue marquisette, Miami and Miss Edith Ma- their Saturday night assemblies
[)ER DRESSED HENS, FRYERSFRESH a gold, heart-shaped locket held th son! The Leaches also had In the future at the Service club. BE SURE THAT HE IS REMEMBERED ON

by a gold chain about her neck, as Sunday dinner guests Mr. FATHER'S DAY SUNDAY JUNE 16
YARD EGGS a gold calot on her hair and gold and Mrs Clifford Stearns and MRS AIKEV PRESENTSCLASS !
! hoes Her aim bouquet was of children who were on their way IN FORT PIERCE CLOISTER CRAFTLeather t
3MPLETE LINE "ALL MASH" FEEDETTHEBESTFORGETTHEREST" pink roses tied with pink ribbon from Fort Lauderdale to Atlanta. Mrs Bernice Aiken will present -
s I The brldmalds were Sara the pupils of her dancing Billfolds $4.50''
I Auerbach, Lorraln and Carol :MR .\ND :MRS. CIDUELLCOMPLIMENT class in a recital tomorrow nightin .
Orobman They were" all in pink HER FATTIER the High School auditoriumat .,
FEED net gowns and carried arm bou- Mr. and Mrs. Orrin B. Cadwell Fort Pierce. Those who will Men Travel Sets $3.50
take a
eueu of carnations roses and gave a surprise party for her part Stuart are Gloria k
father Mr. and Diana Cabre daughters of
All three wore William H. Whlllday,
AVE PHONE 311 ,I gardenias in their hair Wednesday night to celebrate his Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cabre Sandra Cigarette Cases $1.75

i Lou Aueibacli was best 83rd birthday at their home in Davey. daughter of Dr. and up
-- -- man
I for his brother whose ushers Falm City Tie evening was Mrs Walter F. Davey. and
i were living Kanarek spent playing cards and other Nancy. Jane and Betty Morrison CIGARETTE LIGHTERS $1.00
of .
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. M J ... up
the bride Abe Auerbach games Guests Included Mr and
[njoy The FinestIDSCOCKTAILS I Sidney Simpler and Mr*. George L. Rowley Mr and Morrison and Jean Palmer
I Mrs. Charles S. Nichols of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A STERLING TIE PIN and CLASP SETS $2.50 up
Following the ceremony and I Southlngton Palmer. The affair Is sponsoredby
''n reception( a buffet supper was I Mrs. E. Rebeleln Conn.of Mr. and the Woman's Club for the Campus Tie Pin $1.50; Commando Stretch Band $12.50
served from a long table beautifully library fund. .
I decorated with whit glad L. S Henry Gregorie Crews.and Mr.MontereY'1 17-JEWEL WATCHES, from.. .. .. .. $27.50 up
'tic lulus. gardenias and ferns and :, !MaurerMHS .MRS CREE.NE HOSTESS
1 lighted: with threebranchedcandUabras 10 UESLEY ClILD

n.n-no Mrs H. J. Greene was hostess WATCH REPAIRING AND ENGRAVINGONE
AT THE I Herb Jacobson orchestra SOFT BALL TEM ENTERTAINED I Thursday at a covered dish supper WEEK'S SERVICE-ONE YEAR'S GUARANTEE

played during the reception and Mrs. Walter F. Davey enler- to the members of the Wesleyan C
for dancing A beautiful four- talnd the members Guild of the Methodist
of the soft
)llue Goose 'I tiered wedding cake with a ball team of the Stuart High I church. at her horn on Styp- VINCENT P. FOX & SONS ,
I mlnature bride and bridegroom school last week with a beach mann Boulevard. Mrs Arthur
decorated( the top was served supper at Wilsons Snack Shopon Bowering was in charge of the I
\R 2''. MILES I from a separate table by Mrs. Jensen Beach. The girls business meeting: Mrs ClydePirtle I STUART JEWEL SHOPOUGHTERSON
NORTH OF STUART Abe Auerbach Mrs Lue Auer- went swimming and presented gave the devotional and
bach presided at the punch bowl. Mrs. Curtis Whltlcar was chair-
|ring in "Chicken in the Ba ket" and Delicious Mrs. Davey with a beautiful engraved -
MIs. Karl Krueger! was mistress gold compact. Present man of the program committee BUILDING STUART
Western Steak.. of ceremonies. Miss Horne caught were Phyllis Baker. Margaret Others present Included Mrs
the brldei bouquet, which Peck. !Marjorie Tucker Hazel Ralph Chandler, Mrs. Hugh
' was thrown from the stairs leading Johnson. Loa Jamison Doris Clements, Mrs. Henry Hanson
to Mrs. Fred Walton, Mrs. L. M
Package Store Grill the ballroom. Simmons. Elaine Anderson
I The bride is a graduate of Mickey Stiller Wanda Scott: Johnson Mrs. Ellery Frank Tuck
Bradenton high school. She attended Alice Oyer and Ruth Smith.
Ringllng Art School In
j Sarasota for a year and was a JEAN PUtKER HOSTESS
student at Florida State Collegefor TO SENIOR CLASS ;
THE JOB Women! In Tallahassee for Jean Parker member of the y.

time years high school graduating class
Y F I entertained STVARrSISCE
The bridegroom Is a graduateof the class the faculty { LOO
W'est Palm Beach high school. sponsor. Miss A. K. Mulhaupt.and I
and was in the Army five years the homeroom mothers ata
'r+, 1'1:1:
s< reins!: lour and a half years party at her home. following ; '
r. overseas elms night exercises Thursday, Pet
After a wedding trip to the The class presented gifts to I N'aSpevlallre
mountain.- of North Carolina the principal. J. Harry P. Thomas <
Mi Itnd Mrs Auerbach \\'Illmake and to Mrs Mulhaupt
then home here. I Class Night Program InRfntala
Welcome speech-Walter Wells f cn
I Class Song-"When You Wish d
Upon a Star".
I "I Love You Truly" to two future
REALESTATE brides-Peggy Ulmer. Ruth I For Information \! r S

Hurst. Shirley McCullcy
lIy Mickey Stiller Jeannette Rudd Real Estate Insurance
you don't drive your car as fast as the fire Lucile Blanton. \ .
Write or See
"eat, but it is just as necessary to keep the Class Hl.st.ory-MJldftd ClonU ..
( Reading "My Bill"- MaydeeWhite JOHN E. TAYLOR
good condition for your own us well as your 1Ue'
Osceola Phone IOU
r'l Class Will-Jean Parker.
fely, Come in today and if your tires e STUART aee
Presentation of gifts to teachers
"capping I --Mike White.Presentation I r
put in your order for new ones. t'J #
II be clad' of typing awards- { s 4A
to Investments
serve you.SUNOCO". Mrs. Ed. Hubbard. I

Presentation of "Drizzle" pins- HER MOTHER'S
Mrs. I
Kay Mulhaupt.
Sales and Listings Throughout Song "A Journey to a Star" WEDDIN DRESS |
Martin County Jo Taylor. A MILLION DOLLARS WORTH"Better

su of W. B. TILTON Class Class Poem-Verna Prophecy-Virginia Gamble Burgess I (

I make it $35,000,000 worth, if tion of that $35,000,000 was spent right
? HIGHWAY N.. 1cfc" "Star Spangled Banner'Mr l
> GiMin Pkn 1 J4 Krueger Building I f. ;you want to take the whole order at one along our lines.Those purchases helped to ) 1 r

O.siu Chiih U's PHONE 161 and Mr. T. J. F. Kennedy time. maintain employment and keep the wheels '

Home Phone 158-M were weekend guests of Lt. and Steel crossties,tablecloths,coal,lumber of industry and commerce humming in the (
Mrs. Z. A. Lingle at their
Banana River base. homeat chinaware, fuel oil...and thousands of Southeast. They also represent concrete I

------ --- other items from paper clips to locomo- evidence of the Seaboard constant desire ) J I Ito

tives went into that order for the equip- make every contribution within its

ment,materials and supplies purchased by power to the advancement of the territory r/o

I I5TWELDERWE the Seaboard last year we nerve.. ,

And, as in every other year a large por For Seaboard 11 that kind ola railroad, R 1 1l
If you're wearing an heirloom
frock for your "fddlnr-cloo't ;
HAVE AN EXPERT ANYTHING IN THE WAY OF ACETYLENE I hesitate to send It to us. Our ,. -
OR ELECTRICAL WELDING NO JOB IS TO LARGE OR I' gentle methods will be kind toIL jl l ':d
NONE TO SMALL We will handle It with the 'A80ARP n I
care and attention It deserves.


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) ; i;; 'i ; t l.s nonprinting hole an daughter :MlssfiPttv. and QeorgtLlnkcnhoffer { I for, his| < umim r m Lit '" HiS .,, "II'I, "tltji. I Iaa -
.f." Social : I I aUon two we I'lL. ngOi IBmtI I left Monday for Porte: Il1e) \\11It'! 1 I" Mil. 'Pt''c, ", R< ari 1SE1iLC ,
'. : a two-da\' business trip to Jacksonville I
Stuart : i I where they will visit
1 Mrs Garland' Edenfleld. new'
I : 1 Oeorges father chief stewardat

I 1 ]MRS 11I1111111111I11111I1111111111 ri.\HK Jln"nR :; :> I | the''PTA association of summer the Stuart,short!is Parent-attl'nd-I'' the Seminole- hotel.- [ JUNE3O.. : ; NO RED TAPE NOt

.... IIFK nsth nJnTIIDMr \\ I held this week at Mr. and Mrs Ralph Cross entertained BOUGHT AND SOLD
L \ ClarK \', : ( State College for Women In I last weekend Mr. and I
Saturday with' a,1\ ; i accompanied her D* oj New York The Klines wereneighbors WE WILL PAY THE HIGHEST
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ner !given bj I Ir I I h all),'v 111( I I. r '''r
as Staike where they will in Indianapolis andete M" lIar Ix-cn dloharett: Q"" "
J. R P"mi' <1\ "1 S' I ) I ,, 11,1,,I U nlan.d, I I I :
) a vacation at their sum- \\' going to Miami for a vacation fr">in the Vnm-if \.HI In 1 hi 1 1gruk I "k 1 il" l'
cem 1'(.,Ibl at 1111. Ju' :;t t home on the lake. ,md art to rcl,nil it-itM 'i i I inlghtnt, ; tour. i l "ill', lull i ''tI CASH PRICE!
day annlv'rcarv! i [ \ i "n h.1\C dependentthtlt I Jr r ,,I II l \"'n uii.a th. 1 K, ,,II,1,i

clod I, d! M'Cl: "12"" R(, 111,1., Jlllll "0, "HI) ,. I' Ism I Iod,1c I i 1,1| I i I. 1 '1", YOUR USED
Ch..T.:,:), M, Ph ,,,n :M: !I : COMMERCIAL and AERIAL tin list cli\ m ulndi tan t ,ai It v, n i hI' I 10" ''I'' !, : .dI I Ii FOR CAR
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:'Ifl' 1 r I H"2'i: 'h : ,, "I' r
rtmt Ixiufit'. rcliiil" n I"call.t lldl) t 11,1 11 I d I
Bu;'' .. titI], T ,'::1 i O I PHOTOGRAPHS WILL HELP YOU MAKE THAT d| lour, old 1 grade: / and' in'101.I i IJalloluhC1. ./ a.'tat dc'du ,,., \"d'',. :, I'',I II
:\Irs. Walter Kllchli! : : SALE ; 1 I //-1'' Ihm'', t Motor (
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!i i West Palm Beach Florida
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brginnmg tonight/ \, -

Beach Town Please"M: i UNDER NEWMANAGEMENT MARY'S Herby's
P&MBEER Uncle Billy

Sponsored bv Am : sez. aMy B......
tt ion Post \ARIETl' STOREMcCLUNG'S h 'I' r \ I ,:', ," '0 < B.." WI.., S.ndreh..id Lunch and D
: Salt Drink. .
TRY <) !lAn
aiandpappy used sound rea- Product
Standard Oil
Ice Cream F
r a.
s on in every thing h<- did. c..,_
5c TO $1.00 STOREOSCAR hither In or out of season lie Ga & Oil E r
'The Place Where <*. I IF
F. JOHNSON, O.... ,f preached Keepin on tithow MARY BUNTING o.'E1..
R. U. Friends Meet" B\ that he meant. don OtrtterOn
B _.,
th heat thats boilln In Y0l11'brajnU ltd North Of Stuart
things go wrong an
ape, '\ '
\ you seem! beat why back ','r up
\:'I; { ] in' start again!
: : HOME BUILDING PITCHFORD'SCAMP r I learn'd a lot from m\ grand Let Us Repair I
tit .A ," See E/ pap that they still don't teach Chason'sSERUCf
111 school'! nary a son did he
It' tT.m That Bicycle
HIGBEE & once slap: he would let his
f'OIlIlENTCottarea temper cool then he'd grin that
\ :' ) and Boats big fetch In smile a-shown NowAll Prompt DetCourtees
-- ; : WHOLESALE nd RETAIL no signs of strain an' say
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Work Guaranteed
I Contracting Seafood ''Wall. boys, I lira won't bil!"'

5i : : I and Repair Bait For Sale we'll back 'eI'up an' start again1H !" Bill's Bike ShopAt
wer th' same way with his
NO --"- VI team; if there load they couldi Chuon'l Taxi Stand
Cr: .t, tc.,c ., t tU''L' Phone 144.R I COUNTY BRIDGE budge he wouldn't whip an' TRADE APPRECIATED
'r'' "o.IH o ','. ',... I I treat 'em mean-of a horse ho
I I stir a judge' He'd look th' whole deal over-like, an' from swea:-
On<(' "nil ttu' its ;:;:, .; I I in' lit U H' ra.!n-thtn ht.'d saFer th' love MIKE. leu! back COMPLETE

Fuller- Has. ., this i: I SUNRAYJALOUSIES ScymoJrGideon's i up an tail allan': Electric and Refrigeration -
-ptnilh" nredo. tu r.'I: Boy 01 girl If >ou\e made mistakes don't LET 'em throw you flat' SERVICENo
bind I Ihi' Ipplliu : InnTHE I'V( made a few for goodness sakes an' I'm still here at that'' C
Job Too Large Or Auto
he had a dl'k-UI'| I Just don't keep on a-doln wrong, and -raisin' merry Cain"! In
Too Small
In' need a tunii" Ml: ADD BEAUTY. COMFORT AND FRIENDLY\ SPOT AT youi heart put a lively song an' back 'r up an' start again, Modern Cot
i li limiK linn t" I : : VALUE ro BY YOUN INUAI HOME LINE OKBlslNESS WHERE FRIENDS MEET That (Rood advice all through your life! If >oure havln family HOBE SOUNDELECTRIC And Trailer
HI '\.ml li. help' i SUNRAY SHUTTERS Dancing Wed Fri & tilts you won't get far with child or w'fe! by a-addln to theli CO. }
nil mil In ,illhB i. Sat miffs'' But just you try old crandpips way-a-.preadln' on yourwidest RE"'TAI' ,,0\
ESTIMArES SUBMITTED' cheerful-llki to YOUR folks Day Phone \t"uu .
I (Oichxtral' grin-an say "Let's back er EN
Sunray Shutter up. In': Marl :ag'inl": Hobe Sound 3271
Products All Kinds Of Drinks BLAIR and l\\
: / SandwichesSUMMER Old D..
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TaxiBAIHINl Elect Rrlrl|> .A C d.. l'.l.' .,." and](1 St I I Il Excellent:: Food "" .1.e.TO G. R..,,.. .
Waterfront Cottages TRY THEM THEY STUAR '
O l fa HOME MADE PIES HollywiKKi Bfd '.t;. *1*
Out OI' Florida'. Fh..l
i Hi. About Wrdnetdaj Oi SundayAftnnon Jay A. Byrne Jensen BeachRIVERSIDE

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,,.. I BLOCKSAND fie Meats, Groceries LUNCHGOOD NEW C10R1 d
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I :;iI ; PRODUCE. .DRUGSNOVELTIES. GIFTS One Block South Ralph Pleasant FOOD FOR UFELtiSLittle DULL r

I Ulmer's Garage Service
I. L. DECKERDIXIE Stu.rN.r.. P>Mr For Sal.
Chas. Closed all
PHONE 9124 BoxwellGRANT day every Beauty

r Web MotorsAUTHORIZED Ordway I' } Idea1 Sport LEEKREFRIGERATION StuartService BATEhand



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I BODY REPAIRS G) Headquarters SCaa
PHONE 9142Standard For Fishermen I Post Office Arcade STUART PHONE RlaI G. REIN Mar *"


1 Listings of Throughout Improved Oil Alex's Diner EXPERT FRANK HALEROOFING ChristopherELECTRIC Docks!


Setvall Point STATION AND' of all kinds and Electrical Contracting Boat Hoi-

Repairing AND
GENERAL MOTOR TUNE.UP Good Wholesome Food '
Ue Pick Up And Deliver : General Delivery Stuart Martin !
FUEL PUMPS a PARTS OP At Reasonable Prices r 404 Count, Ivan1"Tay
C. B. ALL KIND STUART RECAP SERVICEJ Colorado Ave, Biggest Little Electric
Ralph P. ChandlerDIXIE ALEX HARRISON R POMEROY. Jr. Phone 9141 and Leave Store p. o Bo14

I Real Estate W" :" HI.WAY ,......., HI-W.r N*. I At My ...Id..... I11 Hn.I..llo.. Message PHONES PHONE 10*
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-- 1111111$ won the championship in tha t t.. J\I: '
rtlon and! may be flown to tin MCBlldenenil) agrlcu'). \r: .md :Mr Frank rXH P'l .rt'HJrrn Barb ad Cha:.-:
to'STfl% News U. 8 for an International competition e. tural railroad agent2r, I : the Seaboard left/ Monda for Rochester N Y West Paint Beuh vase ,. iiittren and jhnle Drag; ,, rue1T.: Adolph]| Hertel :III''. I Ward and the hostess. l I
| of Savannah,
."' Harold graduated fro and CeoI to spend the summer' laiiiniiiiii"111"11"1" I rge C. Rice I I' .
the local company executive Maurice Lancbert a r dyed sea i Sonoa. CbcrWf- ..' Glass ana son Sylvanus ------
d c. 8 vtrRay xord Joined the high serv school ce! and last has yea beer", 1 of Norfolk, arrived in their private I I Wednesday from Texas to visit to spend' the seek Tea:11 !Stuart 'I a.LiGHrn US !

a:. hatPanama stationed at Canal 7.nnfOI r car for a weekend business I hi* parenta. Mr and )In. John i fl'ADdpa.rftJta Jr"c.; > C H Alderman, Jr, was g The f
I nearly a year and vacation trip They wmI :LangbrrgMr I : Mr wad ML R & ? l"** to the Went End Club
t _.u __ _. __ __ _. j I IItUl."sts I at the Seminole I>u>. 'I Joe KUnc ,nt rtalned at aM daughter J6u E1 : I ur's Inn on Wednesday n UI

I i Mrs Clyde LISOreturned Fri i iI r I'UlprlSt' birthday party in day from honor of her husband: Thursday I iMffet Joppntor : (:r truer.(! it,d iereshment( were Sl'rvI I r-- .
I a XI:ami hospital i I. I 0
r f VENETIANBLINDS : where sh? underwent! a night Cards were enjoyed and After supper brtdze u ij;' tn Mrs! Lewis Gamble Mrs \>
major ,prizes T R. HeWer '*d. Tbow attecdjr* \, '' ,
i I were awarded : rt:e ) '' Tillubl" :Mrs R. W Rob- "'"
: rnd Lane _______ ____ I """"
I Miss Jean Saundrr! RV, 811.i i'i If'JIDInaa."I'bocH at- '.
. Distant :: t!ndlng were Mr. and Mrs.Batter d
supmisor of pediatricsat
the Good Samaritan: hospital DfWhitt Mr. and Mrs. Lewis For REAL ESTATEOPPORTUNITIES O n 1
in West palm Heart Gamble Mr and Mr L. Jennings ii
i' spending :
i Mi and Mr T. R. Hrtlifr 0
.1 i three-week \1. With, her _
:and Mr and Mrs Klin*. After SEE
parents Mi, .1I'j, i Mrs H M "-TU".T" "'LoA
I Saunders ? ih games I Ire cream and birthday -
I ,11 i' s moie insIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHnllllllllllllllldlllll
I 1- rake was served S. NO 1T THE ST. E RIVER '
1 McMillan Furniture Co. I SALERNO i daughterVlnilrd Mi and Mrs Dan.Cordon who have and o:: TTO :i( UB1N INVITES; YOU ; .

610 ORANGE AVE. FORT PIERCE been occupying( the Segerstrom
;:cottage for the season left Wednesday REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKERS
I I HIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIUIIIIII j jI I II the sjrrraer for California to spend st Door To Stuart News Finest of Seafoods jj jjo

-3OPorictory:::::==:roCao .o oc===ioC2i I I The Ladies :Missionary! society I i Ft i lend of .tn. Francis Tho- :' ---- .-
J held the ugulir meeting at the RESTAURANT OPEN NOON TO 12 MIDNIGHT
ma* who baa ben m at UK I

i t Ban I I I'Ntb' church Mrs'lour A Wednesday B member Cole! md' present afternoon children: ... home Taube that she of will is her Improving be daughter pleased' to Mrs know A f p. Repair and Fix Up! Cocktail Lounge [U J '

I Norma Fay a.ld Arthur left ; Mr hav -
and Mm Don Holt
last week !lot Jacksonville( to PAUL KERSEY 9 9o
moved to Sewall Point to Ui:* Materials Are Still Very
OPEN DAILY. I sj| 'nd the summer I'
J Boomln! dale Estate for the
) !\fr and Mrs Earnest Church Scarce But We Will Be Clad

, FROM! 9:00 A. M. TO 12 MIDNIGHT jj I I and Mrs Ed Sh.\ors and dauehi ,, Summer.T R Hauler was a burineI < { To Help You Out With What Oc AND n

{ SUNDAYS 5:00 P M. to 12 MIDNIGHT I ter Mal y Ann. I It for 11lds.sd. -j i \'Istor: in Miami Saturday. s Materials We Have On
I I His Melody Play BoysEVERY U
\ N. J KJ SIM) 'nd the summer Mr and Mrs Carl Wortman Hand.

E PACKAGE GOODSARINE I OCOrge i Alfred Jacob return-':I mho have been guests of Mr ASK US-WE'LL DO OURs O
( / wetk after p
and Mrs DeWItt
:;; : thl'ft'i i Elmer BEST!
f ks in t tlir ninth I I.,Octave DeWitt have returned MONDAY NIGHTS 0
I'' Rev H. H Huns of Montgorn-i'I i to their home in Chicago n
ROOM-BAR |I <'I i\. All will conduct revival. I Ii g
Mr rood Mn Frank Wachi On The Air Over WIRA Every Tuesday, Thursday,
:111/11'/ ( I Casa Lumber Co
0 : htisiiin AlISt'mb17d1urch I II led Sunday for OalnesvIllr'here
: Saturday 6 45 Daylight Saving Time. U
Monday July 1 EverybodysaIs. j Ufr i Wacha will continue hi' p.m.
NIGHTLY TO 12:00 P MNO \.1:t((l ;"i :mend iJimmv 0rlu
DAsnsc i studies at the Cnivenity of FlorIda -
I I DLnoh left Sunday: PHONE 66 ., II, 1': 'i r \\',-,,11)1.,1111All) 'D.i\ fUCior
JI 1 MIXED DRINKS i 101< i Webster t tll usit his aunt ando !'1 8
Mr Mirlon M. MitcheO I.s I announcing ---- -- --- ====Odot_ 'OQO OQo- -
uncle -- --
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I the engagement ol hij '
0 i I Mary. Alice 9.'Loach of the! I I j daugbt Haul Vronne to Mr
'dory Dining RoomOPEN ,I 4 H Club loft Sunday: for TalJaInssee James H. Adam Jr of Philadelphia -
: to take a short course on th* wedding to take
DAILY EXCEPT MONDAYS I'! 4.H work I place on Saturday; the tent. .
, II I :Mr and Mrs J. L. Terry and second of June ajt seven o'do:1I: :
ntTP i 0O0t ::::::::: OGO. i i1SIT children, Evelvn Donald and In Philadelphia MIA :Jl.Uh. ..
Gordon sp;nt Sunday In Jupiter attended local schools and ha: NEWGR DIIND.S
Altli .h'lr daughter and son-
been making her home with h :
TOMMY'S BAR in I law Mi and Mrs. Eddie titter in Lansdowne' Pa.

f ('nollc) MI. and !.L-s. !:d. Parnell and
Mi and Mrs Franc Melhorn children were guests of :Mr and
AndLiquor of Haine' City are visiting )Ira Mn C. H. Mineb Saturday .WAR.
f I Mehorn) parents Mr and Mri Sunday they continued: on to

Jack Thompson. visit relatives In Georgia and wi:! -
Store I Miss June Townsend left this gc to Main to spend the sum-
. week for her home in atlanticICIty mer / '
i after a wteksis'l\ with: / ,: M't: Cmcst L. Ricou and CI

I Miss Edith Earle, i I II daughter Mollie ar.clllrs. Rlph I / ''
Mrs W M Mirr r tjrr!d Hartman Jr. and twins Karen
v I ,home Wednesday after tiro' and Kay were guests of Mrs Jock: !
weeks in Naples with her dauth- Heaton Sunday I
Where you can finds I i ICI. Mrs Arlo! Carson and family Dr Reynolds of Pine Lodge!
was the dinner guest of Mr
anything in the line of
I Mr. and Mr*. Jim Marr and and Mr*. 'W R- Vincent SandaiMr
v liquor. children, Merriama>'ne. Linda and Mrs Oorse MrCUrOe
: Fay and ZElda of Hobe Sound of Whit City were calling' on
called on Mr. and :\In. \\'. "1.i 1. blends here Wednesday

i I Mare Sundiy Lout Gamble left Sunday 'or
Mrs Chat Homan and daugh- Atlantic CltT v J. to at end
tcellent Mixed Drinks I tel i l. Marlon. left Wednesday lot the Kiwanis" t'.n"t'r.Uo"HI' 5-'L
I New" York for a \acation: they ::' TOMMY SAVAS Canada before returning hone' Mr- and IdC: T T.rrda..mo
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Mr and Mrs. Norman Egg) -.
t ton and son, Benny. 1'ft Thursday .
for their home In New; York
They) wre\ employed by Sunrise AbSZIMtS
i v Products! Co Inc TheM p.
peel in St Augustine overnight r
Ight! sting
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: t i I lit (liarlulle llrllirrIIIIIMIIIMIIIIIMHHIIIIimillllllllllllim ABSTRACTSTAX ft&

y fti "Yea, the Electric Ser i :Mi and Mrs p. E Ward and. .
; :Miss Soling Simard. who ha TITLE INSIBANCC
.': -i vice and Repairing Co.. Wednesday _
I been' their guest FLORIDA '
r -1: have the contract for to sprnd the summer in i
\.1 .I 4i I). ,New York and Canada. ABSTRACT CO. I *FULLY AIR-CONDITIONED J
"V y the wiring Good, re Mrs. Marion Senske left Wednesday I JIM KCVNEDrPm lOU'RE looking at the real thing, friends new
r liable *' for New Jersey whore1the -. Attrf..? perron Just the light '.m- Mthlavpsrosrr.
too 1
: will visit friends for several rruAKi FLORIDA for comfort rtgcrdlest of III buses that These
/ are new. are'genuine post-war
.1\ lIonth soaditmas oefsedeGREATER .
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Mr. and !Mrs L. D. McElfresh

I had Mrs. as Gt'l'trudrI'Elfrrsh their guests! last week and 11111IUtIIIIIIIIIIlil1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiI1t1E/ i RIDING COMFORT III coaches, engineered and designed,, for superior,

ttaught! r. Miss Irene of Dayton) l'J I:4": _:" I1.t: I Soft foxvrfoos seots, with more legroom performance safety and travel comfort. to
I Ohio. Ikon you hove ever enjoyed 'In III

Miss Jonne Langberg armed OEPRusio.i I IHrt d"tg' III see that you get the most for your travel dollar.'
from St Augustine
home Monday DROUGrfT OUT Trf COCO
MR COMPANY the where St.she Joseph has been Academy attendIng IN-M STfcONG AND 11te GREATER VISIBILITY III Florida Greyhound Lines is happy to pass

H "KiUw.ft" T.yUr t Also. Miss Connie Segerstrom Is BAD IN 1W Greater window tpe<. bring new I
home from Brevard College in : WtAK/ Iwghwtiy sceiuc delight l as you relax/ along to you news of this great new fleet of fine r
DEMON IUILDING Bicvard N. Coo to spend the ,, im svprem* co
summer with her parents. Mr buses the first of now serving cities l
-z and Mrs. Harry Segerstrom *UNDERSEAT LUGGAGE SPACE III : types your : ,

'Peer l-goog goes right along' with III and communities. These new buses are high.. '

-r yo. !. o spec J' *po<* alfofment out .
rest Palm Beach DirectoryWHEN II I of Ito way-undtr your seal lighted with many features for premium perform.. 'I I

IN WEST PALM BEACH ---- once. Ride them for complete travel enjoyment. 1'

.. It will take good rare and correct J l''

DELK -aft MOORS TO III MORS.. HAWTHORNE adjustment t. keep same --r- Chisholm's Cafeteria
In"tLay SHOP ROOFING CO. electrical appliances wMkiDC ,
ATen proprrlT. The CHRISTOfHEB: c't J
B&TrER KIND HEATINGVENTILATINGWATEIIPlleGFING the !bet>> possible repair erriceme .<
err CU\L\TIS:' OPTICIANS- CPTOMBTRISTBCT.EMATIS : ran get clean tear, and I I
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good rerepUon from radio nose
mlcht think ready for the jwnk i
DATURALocksmith heap Call as, t.day.1I FLORIDA i I
& Bicycle l

A LOCK WORKS Service (HI151O"1I..... .....W.....IH.... SIlO' ,| :

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TWILT TilE Sit'AItT NEWS' STt'ART !Martin c..I,. f1I.(. IHlR'DtT 1TVE: IX tM

Mr and :\t-o H! :r 'Crr: :"!t the, t... C,, 111 FIYfl'S. nick an Apartment of Capt-and Mis I K: ;:-_..jw tae RBT Walter C FIGHT ON FLIES

J .s'. of Rochester! N Y t ? .pt'nt ....,'" I and hate: rented) Charles. McLane of Akron Aonue II SOCIAL NEWS of STUART% Cjerfiach.1 tec. of Peru Grout Ore- LYRjTHEATl

, I14r. I I MUST I
MISS GRACE: SIMS Mist txirramt ttiftttiroo n- Stn Job BrMMi! sad. dM ho -
s LIST Rooms, Apartment end Rental and Mr*. George L. I .
your GK\Ul'.tTES .%T FSCtr turn d rn aron Hackett- :011 : AUsM a.d New SmyrnaBncfc
Home with ... I have had their ROW-I I
Icy at stir wen Jftmtoy of
Miss Gracf Elicabctb Sims town N J wbere Vat a gas case olPouomyeliu.
tot a
L. FULFORD thdr aonInIaIInd daughter I student at Use Centenary Jtts- Mr aId Mrs WBIaf ord Ransom \ of :
i daughter of County Commissioner ha been reported PROGRAM
Mr% and Mrs Henry It ior college to sptod tbe caHter1U Ltacb.
_,,...t : and Mrs Arthur Sims of Our cam
" .1..1. who flaw down and > her parent Mr and )I -e- in Martin County THIS WEE
f o ze1selt'j' Hobe Sound ,,'111 be graduated UcPbexMD of f13YeeRoad. Leto left I the housefly
.11 INC SELLING RI-:"TING their home In Waterbury Borne itrs. WUtefettf R Mien to eradicate
: from Florida State College for to tnivdneetlBC and becoming
PROPERHNACEltNT yeaserday for Tkiapa 1the I tD tell awing ,
to upend a week FRIDAY ]
of of restaurants
Women at commencement eK- f.allft beat effeetrte Proprietors
Ensign Donald R. Zelsett
II. Un i l'amd..nt'nllt'i ercUes this \\'f'(It.o Dr and Sirs K. WSntteid Ser'the FtaM Fetfentkw of auI I and eating places located ]
stationed on a ship in 14.15
Ph. ne ::J7:! of Rmnide Dean Sc LMS den CM Tbu'My. In..u- within the city limits and along

:" .n'r.: Florid.! I ton them.spent the Charlel-I 1.5. t IRCLE MEETS ( Estate. left Tuesday xmssng .tart MrKr ... gin a taPer at Highway Jfo 1 especially: art toe Large Double FeJ

The OES Circle met Friday I| for LpmsTilie Kr Flroao tbere balsa for the za. ...... and I congratulated Their coopera- Feature

,.... i ot ocot: afternoon at Woodman HaU..they ";.llco to their f otmtf ttome z for e JftIIIIIC.rr. Eli .be''' bon and efforts to improve sarutation No. ||
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lOc Alter the' usua. : outness meet In Nw Tok.Miss step i at tie TTiminfi aotei.Mr are noticeable Very taw f ""

mg. a social hour follon-ed Re- :I I -a- -a- ; flies now ar to be found in any

i Io fiethm'nts were enjoyed by I I Irma Hapfrt left *' Ono Ktfcto of *. Coco- ot these establishments, particolarty ota Ina Dl! tiCl

\ A Thoughtful Gift For "DAD" those attending!: A cohered dish I for ramps; :o amend the FVmsliSl.e net Row sad bee boast gouts.Mr in those that cater to the U DHT l
luncheon' will be given at 12 I I I Soda: Worker cooreobocL and :lira Robert Bradley ) tourist enroute J.orth Ctatiti%
0e clock Friday. June 21. at the as a rpreKTitaure from Uartoi M Grand HifMi.,. Jtcb.: spent Continue to tall the housefly ,-
home' of Mrs Orrin Cadnell in I Co. From Tampa ant wifl proceed aa tc::: oyabse tow Maya rtstttn and mosquit Gas> WILL BE APPRECIATED ONo Palm City. All members are to her home tc New Task a- itasBi.;; Wr.. Bradley sad oc K hwmy" No I must clean IVd ---?
y .
.. \\t!Icome. I Sirs I Katn are Iff.-.... Meade and keep clean ::11'ir toilets I
X.I r, and ides Uitntr Oasmroaof and a oa .year bate sujoarxdIB Stuart will remain! tr r 'if

Mr and Mr.. Norman O Plaits :I tbe St Luaf Hotel aft Itav.I Esroi .......r. disease if ererjootiv wilt:I Keep

I O Father's Day P 2 2D and son Norman. Mr. and Mr, *. I I tag SftRirda to spend scat UM ails t own place tree 01( tlpa
at the Bat,, Creek S.sstaetaa wiB be ant
Allen Robb and son Klng&ley' A r ceptiae keen The new crop of mangoes
of Fort Pierce' and Mr. George ]I I in Michigan Ur Fl.. -'s stster .. Tmta&r ..5p. at. bonorta tbe should be gathered every da>
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Sunday June6 fef/ II // ( / I F. Platts from Alabama nephews i Mia Clan Oamraa. win accompany fin TTJ--d G. AJdndffe on hill, wrapped in newspapers and
them to bet boss and who.
DJI and nieces of Mrs. Horton were toLexutglon. btrxsy: annrrenary 'car fully deposited in garbage: FEVTI ..rCARTOOt a.,
o [ I RUC>is Sunday of Mr and Mrs.F : Va ass. ,:dassd u a pceafa an'' cans Dispose of those YOU can-

I If' 1/I olD R, Horton and Mr. and Mrs. I d'n :w.tbJ6tt. : ehateh 35 years not eat Fallen ard pi:t man oe)
I T J F K nnf'drct crera.i G erns atE : the en.re I Iy
'. 'Jack Coleman at their home on 6.J: ncnaii are sought fry the fly to lay hertiff
I I I i I days last week is Jackwcnlle .! or tie cisarchir 1
_.- yu'- 0 :Martin Road St Lucie Estates. :- :=<= >mfcip and hatch maggots!: which

MAKE IT I j I.'I'Democratic here h* :tended eonmunre ttoe nifetmr.in Rate. .: -_:iar shoot *,*.cty turn irto young file 11

Approved sanitary measuresrte
PHYSIO THERAPY 'i the Gforeet"asbiDcIor.. not _
A Gift of Genuine Mrs Kennedy aeromparued h'=*. \W.G.ALDRIDGEREAPPOINTED paramount L" fighting Its
Lasting Quality ';: cad of polios.
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cent of all cases
fij per
Electrical Treatments Mr and Mr aaar.eD: "SNAP HAPP
.: under: the alJ- of ten y'ars
.VjcboO Mr*. F_ T Mater TO
Adjustments .0.?:cMs. ::: -
BY SELECTING IT AT o ; o* continued
Frederick >x isg are :"t: SERIALCHAPTER
; :..*d Medical Board of the
son Roy of BII "1rODd..etc bIKED
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2 C. H. HOYLE guests of Kr and Sit-, LOCAL CHURCH :ILL ..: County Hospital NO

0C. & E. WALKER George L. Rowier, left
Jewelers : 115 South 13th SL Somhingmn. Coon Satzreifor TB BOARD HAS WEEK I "MASTER KE1mim\

Fort Pierce i TO TAKE CAMP MURPHY \\

)5CEIJL.'E n: STUART DI I Phone 399 i Mrs Manon-B. -Fikk lawm- Methodist 35th Anniversary Pastor Observes ofMaustrr SUNDAY MOND
O The Sate Tubers.ass: ooard
LOGO OCJO .o o.oC0. 000Ot70C I ten toot'l f R. Panwroy boss Ordeatioe T.
u.-cc-- _. Cleveland cjj been notified that they hav JUNE ((6.17
Height that tttt hs
soW her zrothtr week ir shirts u'. take
apartment boues-i
I ever Camp lfa.ph; : )r .. uber-
there and ;> I CJIG :'j O-:_,':. Tt' Br WBfred G Aldrtd-e.

Iowa u :in C nnr,:A. c ..:__ Jf:1:. <&n ftMat daring Uw last CWM.S hospital
vent.: SSf: Th Federal Far" Mortgage
an _
f : w u ot j j- L TU reappetBled to the j
.. corporation! sate T" I by fur w( T-.I Rr __ :r B *. c&srta at Ute rate conj .. .. s
Fist : ft'. -:..*SS Uu sta:e -i tru.. s BARE tL-.c: -:':j: A Da3Mtt Btads. HUrbertii .
;puns field it wi:: ,u' ip sat
sat amaatiaodly T -
public sal*.
: :- :he beaniwfli
r.I The city of Belie G ac a* indicated I
r. D- A30rAge G60Rm the ,
interesti. amp
:'- oittttary-as wed' as bu ..... 1
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HJoy. Cald ;::J.' ready I
fjij: :.:::.1>1. and that of nis wtfe- .
I a:ed his approva '' : ten oats
:' L spelal terries 5.JDIfa1' t. use the camp ..
: -rte K.IImmc ateaaet
11.::: a.utaX"1
:devpled: to the ont r.and- ''

II I lot GOLXG ._c manta of bo kit ti site! :BJIMn1ft : .
I 55.
DRIVING TOMGBTM .-:-> attain nsetade .tnTeaa
.nt. !_ Can tEtFOCE '- '-'E' fctetfa.....before tossr I -2
TOl (.(I (. .'- -o is e Co: ..< SUM I

:Make *.re !_ H YMililC Ee bu: ailed intend of bethcy t:-ez :Mu-'av: :.a...- .or uU'' 'iF[ I1 ,. ''E
a 'U. rMCVTS \\- pm: Mr t=sf. that ertry Stoat Training: I ..
scnoo ana war' ,
I Ii Ii It Iw ;r.
BIDtC rzember tIttIdtIc:: dImdI kr.- I .
of Prof C E. Murray !onnei I .
\.\W.. LubibtT day aceaaoc bteig: a Cia of food colored) schuo;prtrcipa: :.ir natty : ,.. .
!" rrtiry THBIEorrorofKi tae tar iUrfIIIC people.Y Dnptnw years died Wednesday' 4: MarI I It .ftIwr&

FI\E ptts wfl .. Am lo tbe tin County hcxpita Sh. had ur. f--

F.U.LmllOTS ..ocE.e'I5' Cro** for. Us* cwtsty I!. suffered chest in]uric. ,r ar' I It'1
OCCtR \T MGHT : A truer!
p. ,
accident when her t-: .. cant had I I rioouciMfl \
Medical rarmratxfart A-.hoadb tfc' putor and huci. taken her for a lesson or. driving 0rIqi..11cr.....rlAddalaat 1
.B EXERT .* sated Uttt tbesr Mrtbdayslu oat tb old road thrnll ui: the I *> COM; .
i I GtlAT: ia Taut Car week bf castled St. Loci D..l.q..nr tau
by gilts Broadway eu.or. Ap- J
i II4 and .. Tot It Casts ;n .jj* IU.YZC: people o* tbeorid. Koaching a bridge he lost ".m- Diraeud kitrN r I0(

SO! UTTLE:: < Ur aDd :MTV! WMbJoraRi trot of th* ear which plunged j rnd iac*d (b. 0"AGa PASTE

iuBE Lorta wta; give a party tnto the drainage canal
I .Iv We at 3 p. m. TSMday at Banal was In B.1rtmher'' CARTOON"KING
Every bind .( a *x!x Srrius Punt' eUe ASa. : former home 'I '
'xfetx* of at c&srrb aodSzaiay OF POLAR

I I 8'- Inmraare Kb x ai! =l led to the MtrTlSOCJTY IHIMTML I
Phase It TO. .%rra"
1 'j :Sort: != a:nf: as mvtation
--- r l.t1 1r, J cjzk: ::r t JT MH also care Hell* n.rldMr

''a= .::. t:5 ?7ri: ird Mrs. George Du'.1'.:ig

I haft announced! the birth ,"t a TUESDAY WEDNt

,_ daughter Ea '-Lou June : ,
:Mr and Mrs Le JUNE IS-19
::4 PHILCO LINERADIOS the birth ttUiard haveanounted I
of a on
A Near S tub'Luxtiriotis
Danny Lee June 10
.-,-- -- AIR CONDITIONERS Ifs and Mrs Raymond Hall &tert3ltr1t 1 1Cs

REFRIGERATORS c' Bean City have !
DEEP FREEZERSABC : announced the'
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I arrttal
of a daughter
Frances i
Ill. I AND SPEED QUEEN WASHERS Peonrtt. Jun 12 .a..aIr..a- -, .

I ESTATE ELECTRIC RANGES and WATER Admitted to the lUrtin County
B! >,P'aI: Mr Joseph Chason t..l.....

!' HEATERS iI.f Tw Rerc- and Clarence
Otveh.ZEed "fc' Kate Leon-

4. EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE sod' Kn Telaa :MaUat '
tIRsaxotn TUton 01 Jensen

"."' Hutto Radio and Appliance Coo

The rr
w- aofcd lead modern

204 Osceola Ave. Opposite Fire Dcpt.J Cad pencils and crayons u na-
Inca :?rapl :e mixed with

i J c::= 0001Q=or OCJ. 000a I With: her
i house '.
1 J j PoAS 8toc. lr '0t Savannah XLsasera /
>> took a plant co Hu-

GO 1 SEA-MITE ,',slid they spent the eek- I 11'1 u



i 1 Has Big Reserve of P.IIi.x Power 0 Feature No. I

t Must Be Seen T* Be Appreciated oj
Steer 1334. our avM?* rate for home us.i ".:7-. Ji'htuG'l

i I .s been cat m. half. SUNSHINE SERVICE [p j i 'THE FISHERMAN'S DREAM n \ la .4a nf

Ij BOW make it even cheaper to live better Exclusive Agent For [U J JMartia U w .I.!' T

.1..lI-.n I Flood. I and SC L rcie CooaUes 2

FLORID! POIV'(!!LICUT [COJIPi1'C\ I "0 Feature Na 2r COLA

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1m. a,. [ SEYMOUR GIDEON 'tr/ ,Lvja..le.g ;Z "CONEY 1SLANHONEYMOOy

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