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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: April 22, 1948
Publication Date: 1938-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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itaart Band, Rated 'Much !Improved'. 48 TEACHERSARE RE-ELECTED Five Politrt&Rtajlies Slated






'4'*., GIRLS EARN Il Five Changes*--Negro Ordered inCounty' Over County' Next Week '



IGHEST! MARKS 1 Staff
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I I Forty-eight( teacher in Martin t' I !

I STATE MEET the County::: school'wer trustees recommended for reap-by 3,909 ELIGIBLE REVISION OF DISTRICTS STARIMONDAY J ,! : ;


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'ore 'ten Told Lauds It Needs Band's MoreInstruments Work, I Board. last Superintendent week by the School R. H.I FOR MAY 4 I IVOTFIN'COUNTY PRECINCTS EXPLAINED AT TOWN HALL L' I

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I Rollins announced 'tuea .,. :
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I Five teachers In negro schools I JENSEN ,' I< \'
smalleit and without a were not recommended for reelection A second revision of County eta -without Salerno) Is now' .
ri AI tb I I ; ; I ,)
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. the flnt Commissioner districts and voting -west of Range 40,the Salerno Jog .. ,
rttnse ot being among and three of these. In IT]
precincts last summer having been eliminated.
itch .. in School's the show band Martin came count off I Stuart Training School will be A total of 3,809 persons are cause confusion to voters affect.riay Chang In the precincts ,In- Second Expense; Accounts 'I.rl"J ; '

&h ,indicative of con- I. replaced by Wilhemlna J. Turner eligible to rote laths May 4 primary ed. I cluded putting all of Precinct 8 30 Absentee
ratines Due Vote.
III : I
.. : (Indlantown) east of the west )
' trtble Improvement over air 2nd grade Carrie L. Qrtmoj, in Martin County. Registrar Here as best posslbl without Ballots I

'4l's ago at the 8th annual State 5th grade and 3. Osborrt Murray Mrs. J. P. Blakeslee reported a map, The News, will attempt 1 boundary' Range 40. Precinct 4 11 t 1
and orchestra festival onu English, Rollins added. Two yesterday following closing of to clarify what changes were 6. Palm City has been enlarged
,Ml which concluded In St. Pet in outlying negro schools 'wli; registration books at the courthouse made. ty addition of a section of? the Rallies featuring all political JJ! :

,burr eaturday night. -JUNE ..MATOUSEK,...--- EMILY IORRISOH be appointed later, he said. 'Ten Saturday night. First: County Commissioner I former Salerno Jog. The north office aspirants in Mar 'I '
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(tI'd br the judges as prlnol.lly others in Stuart Training School The total, she laid Includes Districts 1 (Jensen Beach, Sew- boundary of Precinct (Salerno) tin County will be held at "

'{a, .i 'in need; of much more in- 1 and .Ix'In outlying schools are 3,776 Democrats t3 Republicans alto Point and North Stuart) and !has ben moved,southward\ from 7 ::30 p. rn. in five communl'fl' I I''
the north line of the Hanson
mmentsUon the It-piece Stu- Confederate JAYCEES' AIR scheduled to return for the and 40 persons who reported Commissioner District I (Robe ties! In the' county next week. \ .
Grant to Jefferson Ave. in Gold
affiliations to her after "II
was rated 2nd 1948-49 school party Sound areal* remain i
t contingent year. unchanged Gate. John J. Moore, secretary of ,
In its drill at Stewart The reappointed white teachers registering two years between over last primary election. I en ,
.i-Uion rid Stadium at St. Petersburg, Memorial Day TROPHIES SHOWN. Include: the primary and general elec The changes have taken placeIn Golden If you Gate live In or the Port section Sewall of the county committee Democratic announced executive ,' it t.,, I. ; \
lions The total Is about 1.800 I
School Thursday night. It JENSEN SCHOOL: Miss Mart
I iU District 2 which has been I
\ enlarged which Is north of Jefferson Ave. :1'1 ,
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tlvJd 3rd Division ratings In' lyn Cleveland.. greater than four years ago, it from Tuesday. I" .
the southward from'
Services Set now vote in Stuart at thJ ,
you will at
was reported. The rally series start
U and sight SALERNO SCHOOL Mrs. Emma i
ih concert playing :
UJB. I to the St. Luclc River, itspresDt
Famed Announcer Securedfor
r. .ding tesU Friday morning ate H. Kindred, Mrs. Billie W. By precincts, prior to scattered demarcation to fire station Instead of at Salerno. Town Hall In Jensen Beach Monday ,. I t\\" fi
May 9 Show going Residents who live on the the t.
auditorium. transfers to be effected by night and move to "
school's Huddle and Mrs. Shel-
via Director high Wendell D. Waters. 1, Martin. County's first formal Her ton. Josephine Mrs. Blakeslee before the voting. Jefferson Ave In Golden Gate north .side of Tropical Farms school house in Salerno Tuesday :, '

id only praise for the band'slowing observance of Confederate Memorial KOBE SOUND SCHOOL: Mrs the registration Is: District 4, which before revision road vote at Palm City, those I night A supper at the Community .I I' If
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% and was proud that It i Day will be marked by a The six gold trophies to, be i Dorothy English.INDIANTOWN. Precinct 1 (Jensen Beach) Included Stuart west of \the I who live on the south side vote I Church at 6 pin. will '
service presented by the Junior' Cham 704 Democrats and IS Republi tracks and residences west of at Salerno precede th: rally in Hobe Sound .
old be one of the scant 17 InC i special at Fern Hill Cemetery : I SCHOOL: The II
the Belle Flora out the Indlantownroad I I Persons- living west of the I 1 l
at 4 The her of Commerce following I cans. at the school Wednesday night,
Monday. 't
State that earned a plsej in p.m. Rev. W. A Stephenson, principal, 9
i State festival and attended 1 1e .!rvto'.w1l1 be sponsored by Stu :last act of Its Alr-SporU Carnival I and Mrs. Maude Mitchell. Precinct 2 (Stuart) 1,030 through Tropical Farms toj I tracks in Stuart and WIlt of and the rally in Indlantown next 1 '1 '
i at Wltham Field May 8-9 about a mile past the Loop Road' Belle Flora Ave. Indlanlown will be held ,
INC Three other bands had earn art's' newly-chartered General STUART' ELEMENTARY: Mrs Democrats and 20 Republicans. : ; Thursday night near j I f
but unable to E. B. Stuart Chapter, .United: went on display this morning In Brock, Mildred Precinct 3 .Stuart)-'84S Democrats crossing has been( enlarged to Road as far out as the Salerno- the Seaboard Airline Railway, : ,
thetrip were Virginia : Mrs. I
He said approxlmatily 20 I Daughters of the! Confederacy, the show windows of Beis Hardware -I Dumlch Miss Olney T. EurttMrs. and 12 Republicans. Include Salerno as well and I tndlantown road crossing will I depot, Moore said. ,'\ i'I ;:' !I''
aboul t mlles more of the Indl vote in Palm i ;
& ,re member are needed in the and the public It Il\vlted. Company where they will Louise a Harrell, Mrs. ZU- Precinct 4 Salerno! 429 ; City. Those living The series will conclud In '
I be seen for a week. Next week Democrats and 12 Republicans. antown road. All ot District 5now east ef that line will vote at Stuart at the Railway Express I \}
The will include
nd and a 80-plece band will program a laIn M. Kindred Mrs. Harris 'I I
\M a goal of the Stuart school song,
r the..future.ffljnpoint rlel introduction by t, PaulM. Power and Light Company win1dows. Ivyl F. Pirtle, Mrs. Myra SSchroeder Democrats and 13 Republicans.Precinct In case of rain the Stuart pally ; '
I 8 (Palm City)-359 will be shifted either to the Civic I :.
for Hoenshel president
thjTb. the Martin chapter and Mrs. E. J. Smith ; :
The trophies arrived Monday; Democrats and 12 Republicans. Center or Log Cabin. Moore sala.
,unt, musician were the lat address by Supervisor Harry C. i Jr. S. Bureau
Budget
vision ratings earned by soloi Webb, Stephen Foster melodies morning and win engraved by Mftmtf' COUNTY HIGH Precinct 7 Port Mayaca* 54 Passes Speakers will b; limited' >n 'I

2 June Matousek on the piano by the, high school band, and;! Gerald LaPointe. Jaycee spokes- :SCROOL: William C. fitter, John Democrats and 2 Republicans. most cases, Moore said,, to 10 I'
P marr Ralph Hart.man..lr.' said Precinct a ,(Indlantown)-258 minutes apiece. Suppers: In the
d Mrs.
Morrison decoration by Jackson
Smlly on her saxo- graves C. Mrs. Fannie ,
each Is topped by a gold airplaneand i War Denncrtts and no Republicans. On Flood Control ProjectReprinted other communities besides Hobe
on, Both became eligible lore Harry H. Hlpaon 'and her corn.mlttes. C, Miss Mary Ellen
all "definitely measure Sound also be scheduled, it I I
up may
national festIvaL Trombon- Manlon, John W. Martin, Miss _... .
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to advance r expectations' was announced. I ,
Wayne! Weiss wa* rated 3rd There a..1b! Conference'Army Sidney Marctt: Morse Joseph A ? y'Rotary "
vision' and the saxophone veterans burled In the .cemetery Hartman also reported entries i McCoy, Wendell D. Waters, Mrs : ; .tundsHistory County Clerk J. R. Pom- roy :
beginning to be received In large ( from the itaml eypre&ed hope of getting the has advised that second I '
expense ,
trtet from Stuart, only one Including Benjamin Parks H. M, Carl B. Roth, Don J. Romanello, I
quantities for the free aerobatics Herald> Senate to write authorization for accounts from all candidates .. :
tred in the John Thomas Jack William F, Sullivan f
festival Was rated Bridges, F. Oelger, : H. Bmouae.
the Florida into
project a nationwide -
show May t will start at 1:30p : Aims Fondle t208.000.000 flood control due starting today and must be I '
t Division. A. Mills James Olllesple and Andrew Miss Pearl O'Neal and
i m. He also announced that project got a green light omnibus flood control filed with him not later than I I
roe band. which was accora- Clark. A gravestone has "Flannelmouth Don" Stremell, Mrs. Wilma Sims. Tuesday from th Federal Budget -I bill now before the House. Monday at S p.m. Twenty-six I; r
Bled on the by 10 Stuart ben ordered by the Stuart chap.
trip Bureau. "If authorised" at this session filed first '
professional air how announcer Are accounts last week.
sits, played In the massed ter tot the grave of Parks who the ExplainedPrincipal I Sen. L. Holland- said I the project will be In line ,
has agreed to handle public Spessard Absentee voting bgan in the ,' !
ids formation both Is the grandfather of Mrs. M. J. I
Thursday address system for the show LEGION TO GIVE he is "confident" the project for an appropriation office of County Judge Arthur R. "' I

rkVIN 'd Id Friday and nights at Stewart Morrison. and deorge Parka of ,hre. Known nationally through < :Erwln; F. Johnwick: will be sent to Congress at once. I Budget bureau approval was Clonts Monday with 20 voting it a
ndi paraded with 44 other Stuart.FFA\ Zack Mosley'a "Smllln Jack" detailed the history and object- I Approval by the bureau clears !given in a letter from L. C.1 Monday, t Tuesday and 2 yester '
Friday afternoon In con- comic strip, "Flannelmouth Don" Intsrnatlon- the way for action by Congress.The Martin. chief of the division of, it was reported. The voting t a tf'tf'day .
:lion with the 27th 1 OANCEMEDALS' ves of the Rotary t
annual the Jacksonvilleair must be authorized I estimates to :, will continue 30 ,
Mal of will announce al's Paul Harris Memorial Fund program I Secretary 11.0fH the I through April ; I
II. Kh was held States; celebration; TEAM COPS i show this week end and then at the Stuart club's weekly noon by Congress, and money I Army KJnneth C. I J. Tom Watson Attorney General r ,
conjunction in St. Petersburg I come to Stuart for the May 9 ------'- meeting at Chlsholm's yester I for it must be appropriated before land. said Royall promised to| In a recent opinion asserted '1,1,II
with the musical i occasion. A free semi-formal party and work can start. Plans.call transmit the plan to Congressthis that tim services of the county .t I
Prided
Tetlng.rosy.. 'The This festival MEET CONTEST Another feature for the gen dance sponsored by Harold Johns day.in line with his reports on the for a 10-year construction week. I canvassing boatd In canvassing a,'" ,\ I II
musical
affair at. 1 I
I eral public during the two-day 187-B schedule. Army Engineers drafted the i the votes in an election are I
will convention .In
td 2.040 of the Post 62, American Legion. district I
States top i evnt will be a hangar dance week end Chances for an appropriation I I plan to cure Hoods permanently I deemed to be gratuitous since ,1 ,; I
gil school musicians.Hi be given at the Civic Center from West Palm Beach last "
Field for which at t this session of In the 15,000 miles of there \It mention In the
Wltham statutes
I May 8 at Stuart Congress glimmered -:: square no I
EST Stuart band 8 p.m. until midnight Saturday. at which hi was the only t
returned by Beach orchestrawill last week when the House1Subcommittee 1 1I Central and South Florida of to be '
West aim which compensation paid
the a top f
: six-man team from i wick .
bad biw Saturday! The Efforts are being made to secure delegate, John explained '
night SailOsh Chapter of Future Farmers I be procured and a\ml(\ lon an orchestra and prizes will be the fund was created In 1927 on Flood Control I Ihearlnlla. I were flooded last yfar. It calls such board mernb rs. I I''

, of America at Martin County i will be $1 a person.PTA awarded at 10 p.m. and named Inter for the founderof set April I 15 as the deadline for for a system of dikes canals Prsona who may have been I, "" l' '! ,
CCARWfALKLATED School wonfirst place In individual spillways pumps and other convicted of bribery, perjury or ,
C 'High A Navy chief mate will be on Rotary. By partlcllatlon I
OP procedure Is Holland Is a member of the I works larceny, or of any Infamous '
International seeking
t h parliamentary hand to present Victory and Defense 1 '
Senate Public Works Commit- ; The has been crime In court of this '
program State
OFFICERS already any
:contests at the District 6 subdlstrlct Medals to aU World War to raise a 2,000,000 scholarship I
IUu! meeting of FFA in Pahokee 1[; veterans who present their fund which will be used to send te', which considers such projects I cleared by the Interior Department ot any other State, shall not be !

'0 HEREUESDAYAT10 Friday afternoon and evening. original discharge papers at the a worthy American college stu- In the upper house._ He has. entitled to vote according to I ,"', 1 !
'-------' --- Watson.
I Four chapter from Stuart, NAMED TUESDAY Post's) meeting at East 5th St. dent to a foreign country for __ ._ __ __ I :
:Belle Ola*;, Fort Pierce and Pa- Headquarters at 8 tomorrow diplomacy and education and asa -- --

dr.s hokee attended accompanied, : by night A film of the Legion con means of advertising' the
advisers! C. W. Long;, J. R. Davl- vention' in New York City last world the American democraticway I From France SHANDS SPEAKS 1 l J

son, M. B. Jordan and A. B. Approximately 250 persons! attended year will be shown.ATTENDANCE of life, the speaker said. .,
Smith, respectively. The' Stuart the meeting of the Stuart The country-the student Is sent '
Furl ierce: April 22. With procedure team was composed ot P-TA at the Clvlo Center Tuesday URGED to would in turn send one of Its I
1 J one full week: of campaign Warren Ooode. Herbert Tucker evening' An Interesting program Tallahassee-Ben C. Morgan tudnts over here to study, HERE TUESDAY 'II'!

I. remaining before the first Gordon Terry, Harris Wall One or music by group from director of the Slate Game and ; Johnwick: reported an enoour-, ', :' I
:hint:7, Dan McCarty, eandl Sword and Charles Halt Hobe Sound, Jensen Beach, and Fresh Water Fish Commission glng absence of individual and -- i ,

''e" for Governor, will eoruwn- Stuart's public speaker Stephen Salerno and. the Stuart Elemen- this week urged Florida duck i partisan feeling In the conference I 1JT% 4Lpri ,, ;,,, Gubernatorial Contender \. ; !' I
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his efforts' Florida behindPahokee' Band was followed by else- lauded the ,
ra on Huddel took: a second tary hunters to send "a* many representatives meetings and -' Carries Campaign ,to' ,f I'
avlly populated of officers for the ensuing t t : 1
counties thru representative and tlon as possible" to the choice for incoming district gov- This '
tBlral> and South Mrs. Marie McCullough i Is County f i j
Florida. Fort Plerea won both the quartet year. 'our-State. waterfowl conference rnor. I
titer ending this week: In singing and string-band music the president-elect Mrs. Stew 13. President H. M. Saundtrs reported Kln-h I
Charleston S. C ;
lit May I I
hlIard I Grover lrl)1an of the ,
County Saturday, Me- contests in which Stuart was not art Springer lit vice-president; on the club's finances ) .
uti, Monday wt1l move north represented, Pahokee won th Erwin F Johnwick:, 2nd vice- BANK HOLIDAY which, shows as of April 1 an j s. Martin County Shands for Governor ', :',

bRa the east coast .through horseshoe pitching with Stuart president! ; Mr*. Joseph Ritch, ', Income of $1, 88.89 and committee announced to- ,
4 Idlaa River, Brevard and Vo- third and Belle Glade copped secretary; Mrs. Harris Lowery, The Citizens Bank. : will observe ments totaling $643 S2 dlsburse-j day that W. A. "Bill" Shands will

k'Ja' Counties climaxing the day the Softball with Stuart fourth. Jr., treasurer and Mrs. J. F. Bo- 'next Monday Southern a balance of JS85.37. A barbecue I speak In Stuart from the express

i1 !ech In Daytona Beach. Winners are eligible' for Statewide lone historian. A quiz program Memorial Day a* a bank: holi at Martin Count)" Golf and platform at 11 a.m. Tuesday ,

1'IIeada"" he will speak contest: proved fun for the audience. day. Country Club sponsored by members April 27.Termed. ,' "'
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'**> report : i "the businessman candidate
wn. giving; them a -- of the (fusing team in thelub's '
eIII1Palgn for Governor, Shands I ,
progress before vls- recent attendance contest -
1 Ill< Mactin and Palm Beach was announced for the eve- Is granted Increasing strength in
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:''unt.1 Lends Roadway Equipment the
WAA race.
H
will speak In Stu- fling of May 12. r
t at He stated I Ifavor
10 am. Wednesday. He The club had four guestS.SIXCHURCHBIDS yesterday eretolat in ,
Illlum' tack to central Florida! I of financial ,

C a.1 Orange*rte. ot and addresses Seminole In CounV Osce-' To City! Co nty Worth $100,000/ cities fluIds I through or through separate proportionate taxation r c 5" I

i TO BE REVIEWED j '
with a night sjwech In Or- .. return of State-collected taxes a I' ,
nit. --4 I' and reiterated opposition'to a 'j j I

*Srty will conclude his first -roadway". equipment ha been balf-yd. Hendrix bucket, an International The Palm Beach architect and State sales tax. I
'I1IIary' More than $100,000 worth of TD-9 angledoMr anda ,the trustee and building com
eampalgl\ May 3 in Dade of Stuart and
)Ullt, where h. wW make loaned by the War Asset Administration to the City 10-ton Oallon roller- mlttet I of the Presbyterian,

rile 0' vlatu and speeches. a Martin County for repair of hurricane damage caused by last Six instrument secured by the Church will meet at S p.m. tomorrow THEYEATHER\

fall' tonn. City Manager L. B/ Eurtt and County Road Super. city through Uv Bureau of Comm at the Pnsbyterlan

intendnt A. A. Hendry Jr., revealed this week. The equipment unity I Facilities principally ',Chapel on Osceola'Ave to con .

THE TIDES U loaned only until the work: Is completed, U wa* explained. through the extended effort of ider bids for building the ,.. .Joe Mt w..k ME _4.4..' a
Mayor (then Vice-Mayor) W. R. ''church', new building on Oace- I... N. ...... U. 5. oo.thw ...bo.. .,.. S I '
agent ,...
appointed '
wa ,
Hendry .Rr k.U. MuSTS" I '
to with Wisconsin motor, ahalfd. Baker and former Mayor Phil ola this summer, ...
Commission pump l
,.Insd,: .:" : ,. ,.. .,. t...... for the count $72,000 clamshell bucket, a Pence are valued at more than In announcing' the meeting .. I T.p.rosu M..I..sw ......100.._ I (I

:..... .....::.kT ... :'worth borrow of equipment approximately which already Byer erane (received but not $28,000. All have seen servlc 'Dr. C. A. Carrie! said yesterday. ........,. It It .5.... .as. H' I I ,
: 5 C.., bagS usable*, a 3/8-yd. Blaw-Knox her or will in the immediate six bids were received and hind .1 : ( ) '
l :: : considerable service .
: ., .'i:7.: ha seen 5541h '
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: his aids are "much pleased" ; =;! .1
include
861, 3/8- future. They : : ..H
throughout the county Th clamshell bucket, size a I t .; Ape 55 : .:. : ::
lIir."irlooli n.w. ''18 loaned the county are: yd. BucyruErt* dragline buck Two 2-ton International dump with the results. It Is hoped a I i TKw la M .'lij.r.butnr, 'In fruut, Wkm It It *..(llbli .* the kink' ...,,,. ., ,
': :t :AIl.P.. ALp.I0., piece Ford mewer type et, a Corbett modti F-18 tractor 1 1aa trucks a portable Jaeger asphalt :decision! can be reached t>n theM 1 market, l It beets aMass. $. a .p........ a* sol wr. I bride NIcOle' d* 0......' tm": :: 1 t '
>is> A Ferguson
:: : is.0 'u crawl truck, 2-yd. Chevrolet dump' I mixer, an International TD-S at tomorrow' session. The as the arrlvM. M LiOusrtfls( Field' with) Mr Am.rl).M h"......... *h. .
;: : ::: : factor a Gallon grader, a : : tandem Buffalo -!church will be built on a whO .f seed _k : truck tilt top trailer a Quick- tractor, a 10-12-ton \ trtanal'l Mints lois tt t American wemt" ***t avery drop (
Loraln
'- I 5 SiSal: a? iil er model TD-ll tractor, a truck:, Springfield roller and an !urronnded by Osceola fat kelp. rtlltvt wend thortiott .! 1.18 and sue, end art paid' fer ."*ry smiles" ,, i: 'i
mounted on a
,. ;: 1 flffim:=: : :: !in} 55e see I I Ia%low",d.bed crane trailer with,, a a 30-ft.Jaeger boom t-ln., Way 18-20-ton Crane low bed trailer\ a I 1-ton Gallon.roller. ,I lllnols Ave. ,and Riverside Dr. I I' twuml that turn ."*f to Chile silos ..;'ltr.. "'.1<0.0l .8 a'I

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PACE TWO THE STUART NEWS, STt ART, MARTIN COCNTT FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 2*, 1M>)

ndMrs.JoeWoodHobe Mis Connl* Segemrom
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: Indian River Drive PRESS SPEAKER I, Charles Gay, when: Mrs. Lewis the children after which: tee ), guests of Mr ..ndMrlr. has been employed at th( 'tt
Sound were
Beach a
\ In Jensen
Gamble entertained at bridge I cream take and candy was Taube Sunday\ era Colon office in West
,I Arnold PaIi i
at Seymour Inn Others playIng served Attending were Sally returned
Beach home ,
,
Shaw itoiu
were Mrs. Julia Oollt, Miss Ann and Jo Backus, Mary Ann Mr and Mrt Charles to spend two weeks !;
before
3 WIN PRIZES'AT aeasoniatMelaleuca idn
/ t Club Directors Grant Plea Georgia Turner Mrs Minnie HeUler\ Frannle Hornbeck Wilson Johns Jean who have Lodge spent, the returned Friday to New York City where she,,
Mrs. Carroll Tommy
Klpp. Mrs Lan Jennings be employed as a model
Jennie Brown, Mrs. C. H, Alder- nl! Munch and Nancy and Ar- to their home la Sylvan the ummer gulp,
v I For Equipped Playground BRIDGE man, Mra R. S, Robertson Mri thur Campbell. Beach, N. Y. "
Seymour Gideon Miss Elizabeth M.... Sophia Harbrecht had at Mrs 3 W. Johnson, Mrs w. Mrs. Thora Undrtrura ,1
a FACE Robertson Mrs. Adolph Hertel dinner guest Monday night Mr C. Johnson Mrs B. it. Jvanek Mrs. Annie BloomqUlst wire kJJ,
I I... By MRS. TIVA t. ROAT... 4. PARTY TUESDAYBy Mrs E 4, Ward Mrs. Jack Whit- and Mrs, Larson of Sunny Acre, and Mrs. Allen Kendall and been the guests of Mrs. AMHarbrecht.
CUD .. TO BE WED IN FALL lear of Port Sewalt and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Charles Nichols daugnwr. Maureen, spent Friday ciilcago returned to tht,
Special session of the 'boardr Palm Beach. home In Saturday
Gamble and Mr and Mn Harry Segers- In West
t director of the Walton-Eden ___ convalescing
u
trom. Mrs Lit Cary Is -
Mrs H. t Campbell entertain -
Hold'rs Club was called -
Property! CHARLOTTE IIFLLIER:: S Madison at her home her after a weekin
+ ed Monday afternoon with Mrs R!. f !Bayre of three
AaA I t April 1] in Community cen Hospital 1ft West Thert are national 1 1esta b
ter Walton. Mother Addressing High ,scores at bridge were : birthday party! honoring the 7th was the guest of Mr. and Mrs T. 8fc Beach Marys where IM underwent and four State forma i
span I the meeting' stated this area was I f won Tuesday by Mrs. Laura Howard : birthday of her son Arthur. R. Helller and Miss Charlotte Palm foot operation ,Florida, '

Pahn woefully lacking In entertainment Mrs. T. R. nether and. Mrs,.Various. gam's__were played by .Helller. Friday a._ -
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WithttaeilU I ----- -- ---
facilities roc children and ... -
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SULLIVAN """"
't luyonfd an equipped! playground T J. _...
slbly to> be Installed Community Tim Sullivan, Miami newsnnprtmim II I-

d Center grounds and possibly ( mill li" one or1"/ I
I supervised 'by a pre-arranged principal speakers, Ut tint fort I
program among mothers whereby -
tlf
IIIWonti"lI
MV1'1' spring
i each could give ft certain
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I Wdt Ity und doily .IH-wspnppr. \ MsocfntKHK -
amount of time i
I .After consideration by dlr"ct. '1 May 14-10. tin will .,
<01'\1.' Edason. Moehle, Griffith, j! '(;(Ain and Hubbard decision was I inff of nrspujxTS I

made to grant this request and -.......----I"-"
to fill out other necessary =
sup i
CHUIICHES 0' CHEST SCIENTIST
3'f i jjlle them cards andcard '
among 'eana AT'mN" AFTt:1I: 1IiATII: j 5 itaehla I
tables "! 'Ihf l.cn.s-ence. .as ..M.k will' .RE-ELEC
: Attention was again wiled to asreal t. (h.. ...M'hria., .arWH.hnvwhmi .'
L1 / ''b. world k. 14..4. Aprll
the covered-dish suppr tomorrow ;
1Y I J night at 1 to be foliated\ by TJima C.WO. tnt .Mt, "A. ,iIn Pditusi. :

1e j U.. social evening Of games Ev- ''ii,nl.ih. .rn m, ..the. thsS.n A..A. ""nnd'......,,",.,''h ishrih- ai.m,, ,,
wyonn Is cordially Invited <'.1..... "hr"uAln h. acti' 'a.hn A.III. .
; A N. Gifford of MrldlanULn MISS KA1IIFR1NE ENSEY A..... ,h. .h...'.... ,11"11 ....,........ ,
has Joined Mrs aitTo-d ; liuih.il.. ."I I \ti. end their daughter Loret a, at : I",,' ..uul l I HKDIIV' "hurllatldos.1 ae.d..d ilwil for .vwrnnr' tin' lh<.
I 'their home In Walton. He ram1 I |ll.i oj I ( ...Hip, Sin, '1 ,jiiUiiiv ,. htH Lora...Wrest,.... .liars IadYmM....'prwurvml, and rce.ira. far .....1 rlIMrrTlMlMii I I
upon receiving word Mrs GIfford us.is .uminmml 1 !ly ice. Mnrh 'iiWrfrr. ..... .nnde' / .. .i
Wd her sitter. Mrs. W I. Anderson lun'ntsIe" inch I MM 1 F<; HFnMV :: : I:::: 57 tic*51.'.d.cA' :ih.l, "its"", I. !:

of In Laurel an auto, MISS.accident, were April Involved at tiunily piirty. Ixlil In (...The.., ,.r}.unn-aeen.m,lu.ee .rem ii''';Ih,inriud.c,Trish.the, I
tindmnr$ 13 that
hospitalized Mrs. Ander-
M\ f. 'In nth 55.5th"' '::.I'I;:: ; : N..r i 1Vl VINRO
Min with a broken leg. a head Gwnrftp Eiwey Tropic .- Bra.ii "he: d.h ,
.... .... ,
J It I" .in..Irk.samh
tnl and numerous bruis's Mrs April 9. MM Eniwy was grnlu.itetl ......._h.iyf. mouse .. .". .1 thnmne.wi .
Gifford was taken to the hospital from Furl Puree Stlioiils, of dlnnnlutlon, ind brJOININMNJEWGNf rh.er. I
but later released i 'was a ftmner; stivilrat at HnrxlaSlule I..v.u.rM r.hird only, but,by 1h1.Zvi.Mion i not .n Ti,. v i..Muerr eon !
Friends of Mrs Anderson will and is I IWWt'Klylnlt' at the .nriehirou..h./l/ h. unr4hl. .?,n. ..11I I
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be glad to learn she is resting I iilverstty' of FTiirtda when tin .an/1.../....{I.. .11 divine/ I"..arMn...... on,1 l'hrl."' n Irih,Unn'III ''
T comfortably and be moved
may will iftelvt, hoe AB, iltigrre'" Hi .
to the Gifford home In Walton -- ----
/shortly \iipmt
SK( is WH< 'jolly pnmlllHiit among

DRIVE ASSOCIATION the \i, ni(5(/; [people of the ciimMlllllllV -
PLANS! PARTY MAY 1 .IK .I )its.ta Sigma)( Clll;
*...:Through Its entertainment I mil .in", .merit curler Inr childrms l- r
i chairman, Mrs. Walter F. Cooh- "' uffaint.. .,,,,1 ('utirtainmCTilvconiuxtrtj .
rktie and her corps of assistant LL
; with St luliewt.. ,
Julian River Drive Association I e
stiff) hold a social party May I piiropill:" (;Inirdi' in \\nlliin'
"ffi Walton Community Center \l f..M"10'. heir rears hi the.
here will be variety of enter- :\a\\ in III. PiMflK, / :."". !II"! i IK ,
;tilnnwnt: music and full All ,ittti-iidim; llw/ I mvirMfy, ol J l laf\ .
:lirlve/ resident and their friends ulii, and will !urmliKite\ in bnll'ldTIlnt.trutit.tl \ -
arc Invited '
Vella / tn FHmniry

"': Mrs Charles Moehle;; of Walton, 1119 hut starts a biw course HVrMipinlw >

*as awarded a certificate. for | 191/ *. ll" fa memwest -
t&ree days of intensive training I I I 1),11.Dellil, tliapter of See 1; .1..,
in recreation leadership I glvn''
snider) ) the direction of Anne Livingston Kippin. ", Sigma' Ueckling' plant of MA NCOU..TYRepiesenta .

and Ralph B Van Fleet I '".' I I""I' node. hit early fill Today's .
Jn the Community Center, Fort'' .
,Fkrce. last week' Mrs. Moehle Paper 'I
In. planning to go man extens- I TEST NEW RATIONS I

JVf-ly" into the :work so she ran I
B et a diploma from the StateI
tinlversity f *c: 1 '
Prior to returning to their
}home In St Paul, Minn the TTENTIO
Misses Ethel and Emma Clark rV !
i I are planning a visit to Miami sr OLITICALCAI
They have a winter home in EI-
pred to which they come each DIDATtS!

year d e
\ Walton] children attending the
WMte City School are busy these
i days selling tickets for the lolly] SOiDTRK
Jubilee Minstrel Show to be
JtSged by the P-TA In the Whit *
Lily Auditorium at t Tuesday
evening Children selling tha t tS
WOfit tickets! will be given prizes
nnpetlng are Gus Lennard
Charles! Moehl, Bruce Griffith
Blanch! Moehle and the Sahlberg
children George John and Judy. Av ilable.FE IN THE
Don J. Romanello of Eldred
l left yesterday for Miami where I R PHONDA
he will attend the FEA conv 'n- ,

Won Mrs Hortense usley of Waii- I ,, ,. TLETTROS. FLORIDA
I\I I li""\ UK
  • chula was the Sunday guest oil! .
    Inii sh"'njli present tiIn <''''' -
    \ her brother Ruben T. Johnston'j i ., ,. ,
    \1 and Mrs!! Johnston at ik dO\lI'l "ual I rcciiiri| iniiiiiniuru r Rates
    in Walton. Week end visitors | air .,in 1",1.\\ d"11, lii ',xl In
    f one 209
    tn this home were trrir son ,' t S Aura 11..10" Utlfii
    Arthur Johnston, and wife j from; i' Is]1.,1.. ) '1.; >.' i Hivrn: nilist.iliilunlnn 317 aceola Ave. S c..... '011'100'' M"'I,

    Orlando] I \ \; lived l lurmg, it Mirth' .
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    list mi .i i rluysration iv.riipng2H ,
    JRASFR VISITS CITY / of the smult 1 hlwinlsslio: n

    r Edwin: O Fraser, candidate for I {,"ilmtit <......-third (of II pmiud, )
    State Comptroller, visited few
    \ a plus (lirei, gli ( sit \\alPr. Mere
    t s
    !
    hours In Stuart yesterday before -I
    leaving to spend the night. "\olimtrr wnttlies clowlv usll "THE MAN YOU KNOW"i
    if in West Palm Beach in th! final ,I. ,diMicUin mi" ,,iviris .mil' Ins :
    i'i'r
    of his ..11\I \ illnliiM'nt, ,
    stage campaign
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    l ;; Federal Highway and lodiantown Road Who Iia'Served You in the Past With Courtesy and Fairness to AH.I .'

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    TIll STVART NEWS,STtJAET,'MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1941 PAGE: ''J.URUIMm ,
    ,i ,
    ( City News House, and Mr, and Mrs. Otto to his home last week' due to 'I I'I I :
    )
    I I'i
    Soergel of Chicago and Stuart complication from a bad cold. ,
    ' who expect to leave for their He 1 la reported improving.Mr. .I I' I J ,I'' ,
    home about the middle J i I
    of May. .
    FETEDDINNER and Mrs. Fred Belt and !
    WAS The same group enjoyed a noon. father,EmU of r\
    Prig Rio and Chicago t
    day dinner at Seymour1 Inn ,formerly of Palm ,, A Martin County ; :
    .Jensen Beach, April It Thursday from City Chicago.arrived 'of Progressive '/ G.S G.> !
    .
    IITH The Palm City Women's Club Mr.EmU Selg recently died here' ::
    met today at the church for and was taken to Chicago for l j ,
    ' their April meeting. The next burial.
    FOR 11 meeting will 1M May 27.Mr I Mr. and Mrs, David Waldronof I ', q f
    'f f ARTY *. Clarence Felnauer will be Qkeichobee City ,were her f
    hoatea tonight at a game party i over the week, end with her :
    gy HRS! ,ANI1A 6 DA1' at her home for the benefit of mother :Mr. Charlea Evan: Keith
    by the Palm City Women' Club. II. Mr. Ann Spice, daughter of El ct George ; :
    party was given (
    A dinner The benefit dinner to be given I Crystal and Louie Doerner of 1
    w and Mn. O. a Cadwell April by the Ladle Aid of the Palm I Cleveland, and Mrs, Elltha Teai- ; :
    honoring 'their friend, Mr, i City Church April 30 at p.ra I el, also of Ohio spent April 12 ,
    U
    and 13 at tM home of Mr. and
    Andrew Kappa of Jena 11 1 being widely advertised It 1* '', I :
    anln.
    who left for hoped that all members and Mr Charles Krumm. Mrs.Epic '
    Chicago r"I
    a and I and Mn, Teagte are niece of < : :
    northern horn Jhuniday. friend of the church will come :
    hell laid for to the dinner and bring their! Krumm. They came here Prom : ',
    Si were Mr. and MrS.Lloyd friend, Please do not forget the Daytona Beach where they visited "".,,' ,
    r
    Haddeffeid ti I.. Nr. relative: .i'tl: YOUR ,
    of
    oulll: Olver of Port Bewail\ date.William H Whllldey, father of Mr. and.Mrs. Jack disk were T !
    Jho JnTineiW <* Mr.: and Mr*. Mr. O. B. Cadwell, was confined much surprised early Tuesday j'
    : !: .. morning to be awakened by Mn.Llsk '
    \
    'f j
    :9NIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIn11111111111111111111111111/ 1111111111111111111111111111U111w! !:: ion and family, Mr and i
    Mrs J, C Tucker and 5yearoldson l'

    Clip This.Out! Mail it in TODAY+ I i daughter, Johnny, Mary Ann and of 1-year-old Phoenix, {. f I I
    I S* Ariz, formerly of Miami. Because '! ;
    i :
    of their ton's Illness from II Martin
    Circulation Dept .J | asthma the Tucker moved two 1'1 ,. Bounty : '.I
    ,, yean ago to Arimna. Almost '
    Stuart News 1 '
    The I'
    s \ Immediately' the boy began to I:, .
    stuart, fla..i -. ;, ii Improve''and seems now to be I
    c J i :5 perfectly -wall. While in Arizona
    '" st Tuckerwa employed! by the Bill
    t want to receive The Stuart New by mail laving | Telephone Company. He to now Representative : '
    $%.20 for one year or'$5.40 for two years.- Enclosed.: | vacation and ha been' transferred :
    to'Miami
    where they will
    ii my check: fort ;, | make,their home. : ,i, :

    O 1 Year Subscription: _....-,....... .....,...,,.-w.,,....?.. $3 week Mrs.: end John at Whittle the home spent of 'the her 1

    2 Year Subscription ..--,,J* .. ........:'.,.. ,,$5,5 slater and brother-in-law Mr ', 1 /THE *
    : and Mrs. 8.E.: Lane.Mrs. Whittle I a!,
    .0 11'
    I JO recently arrived from New Or
    !leans. Mr. Whittle Is now overseas
    Y \ in the Merchant Marine
    J YOUR NAME, Mr and Mrs, 8. E. Lane had '
    dinner Sunday at the home of FLORIDA
    Mr.'and Mr. William Stanger In 'WII'1; :

    I ....... I Salerno Mrs. Virginia Russell! formerly d tt ee

    ... ... .. Virginia Tucker of Palm City, :
    .. .., ...
    :! !HOTEl n .to win U.Ip1, darn......to.,. dw.lb. nte.p..e In tar" = and son, "Pete" have moved
    from Stuart to Tort Lauderdale
    ,iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinii i iiiiHiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiHir I I I .. ';; where Mr. Russell U now employed IP !
    -''' by the telephone com- LEGISLATURE
    pan jla ,
    ARE Calvin Mayo of near Orlando j 'I I
    WE
    left for his home after four '
    weeks here at the home of his
    sisters Mrs. 8. Q, Crews and ,

    CLOSING Mrs.week Mrs.Henry end Helen with Crews.Arnold her aunt pent and the I Stop the Muddy Wa er f rdlm St. Lucie Canal : :! ..Ii'

    uncle Mr. and Mrs Watson\ in ,

    SATURDAY, AfRIL. 'J4, SiOO P, M, I,Homestead.Mr.. and.Mr*. Richard Hupfel, I WILL COOPERATE WITH ANY GROUf OR (fcoUPS TO TRY TO ABATE THIS '. t I

    In left the Monday Imperial for Valley Thermal to, Calif.make CONDITION FOR THE BENEFIT OF TftE ENJIRE FISHING INDUSTRY -- AND ALL : j f

    their home. Huplel,Is the con OTHERS INJURIOUSLY AFFECTED BY ITJf \ i I IJ Id
    of Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Hupte!
    La into who now own the former John
    : Kaaser home.
    I J i

    .It. Imported and to Jewelry Pinney Mr.,N and.recently J,Mrs.called George while on Miss on of Mabel Lew1ston their. I I P I I'Favor A Sensible Wafer Control Program I

    Way to West Palm Beach. ThisIs

    ,. i (Item a correction, the last weikt '. A PROGRAM WHICH WILL AID OCR FAR IE\S AND RANCHERS, IN THE SENSIBLE J f
    ! We hope to open n with a' The Rev. Henry Lee 'Snyder, DEVELOPMENT OF THE BACK COUNTR WITHOUT LEVYING EXCESSIVE DRAINAGE -, ; ,
    formerly of Tropical and a frequent I
    f new line and s 1 Is en sto WeM ; visitor to Palm City and TAXES. IF ELECTED, I WILL CALL/)N EXPERIENCED FARMERS AND CAT. '

    wish to ,extend ur thanks 11 at Palm Martin City County Church Hospital died April The 14 TLEMEN TO 'ASSIST, IN THIS PROBLEM I I

    the people w m we have serv Palm City friends of Mr. and 'I'' t
    and exp. ",our gratitude for Mr.. Snyder extend sympathy toper I"I"I' t

    I their! J. Karl .Markel left April ,,14 Fami Tractors and Boats !i ) I!
    p onsge to drive the Martin County High Gas Tax Relief for Fishing :!
    School Band to St.Petersburg\ to .
    i the annual three-day State music ,I I t
    iI I Gerald and Beatrice LaPointe festival. The 29 members of I FAVOR THIS ACTION AND WII/ WORK FOR IT t :j
    < >M band and 18 accompanyingadults
    I returned Saturday eve : j
    ning.

    I Expand QGr School facilities ; 1 iL\\ j


    : NOW YOU CAN'w I :THE FUTURE OF MARTIN JCOUNTY DEPENDS ON EDUCATIONAL GROWTH t i j .1

    4 ,

    O NIIy? tf General Sales Tax 1 iI 1 '' !

    ''S ( \1 !; / Opposed > a ,

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    s: mi I 11 ,Favors Aid For Distressed Municipalities 1 :0i, 1

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    : BUY' IT.! : 1r % ,H For Maximum Old Age Befits .: If I :: : ,'i I


    J
    Now-for the frtt time you carr ; ': :" '
    1ft and try the new CPR All'XKMMV Will WoBk for More and Bett* Roads r I a
    Washer;You can Jed, '
    .the G-E)! M. ulODllric do M the' '
    I\ ;work-from soaking the cloche 1 ESP TALLY IN THE FARMING AREAS OF THE COU1\Y i
    ,to damp-drying them. Her'Is t all / r P I t tI
    .-
    TOB dot I
    TOM la the clothes,, add soap, FAVOR BRINGING NEW INDUSTRY 'r ;;
    sod set the dials.When the clothe / t
    hive been soaked,washed rinsed,, TO .ALL PARTS f? MARTIN COUNTY-AN D HELPING THE GROWTH 6V OURESTABLISHED ::1

    ,ud dlmpd.rieelsU.autom.d.ClIIlIIln1 piece are actually. ., TOURIS/. TRADE- IN EVERY WAY POSSIBLE. ,;:'"I '" )l lI
    \ I- j )
    07 enough to iron J a e e tills Avessee e : 'd.I 1 1
    And not only doe the O-E All. Na S. Nay l' '
    of:Automatic Washer save you hour IM rig HATURIS IN CLOSING I REPEAT ; ; '
    work and attention but it ha a { ,
    all'/ the a hdab

    wrested+ ia fnturei.M written automatic you've warraMy washerJ"eYear alas on'the entire washer plus a..1bdM thaeWowah l T PEOPLE WILL BE CONSULT! f'r:;! j' '

    an .ditlonal' 'our-yea warranty on the *..aled.ln''drlvinr DriwdoltM
    '' mechanism.: FIIMf4Walaf ON ALL,, LOCAL., AND STATEWiDE 'LEGISLATION ,, 14; ; ill
    ;Come in. said ask to this rerolutionary; aU..uto'mltic 5AutomsNeSoap Dbpi N
    washer.. ..WitwTmoantunCoiiliN AND' tl


    GENERAL 'E EQUIPMENTtarti.County HIC HOME LAUNDRY s.NlaaswsNrawy OIUiif..NeGnMln|o There." Will Be Referendums. on Controversial'\ Bll.| 's. '.. .. J 1 Iljil: ::1 '1').' {II.,


    : Electric Co. 'Vote Tor and Support the Man Who Will Not Forget You When He Get In Office! ::: I i'f' ,I ,I :, '


    JOHN KELLER Mgr, lewd yilua.l 4dre.W.sl_ t" 'J\t, \0! 1;
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    FAGS: FOl'R nIl STUART NEWS, STUART MARTIN' COUNT, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL *;}Sf 1MI

    Nnri Hem* for tub +alter! most reach the DOM I,


    \.' SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART Horn MRSlMARr T\ office phone before"HARTMAN-W Been eq Wednesday Society Office editor Phoo. ..



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    I I" MRS. UOENSHlt' HOSTESSTO 'I,OOF ENTERTAINED SPELLING BEE WINDERS ,,' Mrs. Robot Rlngle recently of I Mr. and Mr*. ,Harold Frltchle : R !CfS .

    W FOR BRIDGE I i Miami, has moved Into the homeat left last weak tot their New York I
    Rebekah Lodge entertained 509 Camden Ave where. with I home after spending the winter
    Mrs. Paul Hoenshet was host. member\ of the 1,0.0. and
    her three children sits 1* awaiting season Following their summer I
    PAGE ess to 12 guest when' the :n- friends at a party in the garden
    tertalped at | dessert bridge at the return of her husband 1 tn the North they are planning 1 1I s
    ot the Vernon Chason home Frt
    her'pome on Atlanta Ave, Tuesday I from Texas Mri Rlngle is ihe. I Ito return to Stuart to complete EASURER
    ; High score prize was Soon day 'venlng. 'Twen -t\ve enjoyed -. sister of Zack Mosley and Joe negotiation/ for property and I f .. .
    + .husrAA.
    by Mrs. David B. Irons, with | the ,evening which culminated Mosley both of St, Lucie Estates becoros permanent residents.! p
    Ad Mrs. W, K. Mason and Miss Ida I frankfurter roast. At the -1- o r
    )I Albracht receiving! the next two regular meeting Of Rebekahs. at Mrs Rex Todd Withers of the Mrs R. A. Tanley Is leaving
    spanPahq Mrs D 3 Hudson draw ',the Irish Woodman Hall Monday night State Department of Education tomorrow by plane to visit her
    card which awarded1" her the i games'and refreshments followed spent last week In Stuart and '
    W1thtfacilll "cut. prize\ the business I ipeting. returned' to Tallahassee Satur- mother and slater In Amarillo
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    ably ,[ day ..Texas... ---_._ -' -_. '

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    f Cemcrai'e Films Handle and: General PRICES' j

    I I Lin* \f Photographic r' t....., shone STATION'MFLACC
    '1 ei lupplieaRUHNKE "- o n Miuil" n.. Pirjuin I right) won the tiMmtvwicle.. spelling\ bee span
    "I I" tiM', Miami Detail) lilts year final! nt whit were held at /
    t SHOP \ ( MiiitHigh, JKlWI April 13 Her pone was tl'lt'l'> I II Iluftll YOUR ,
    PHOTO I OLD Tims MOW \ aler Service Station
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    : Formerly Dixie $
    I t Lulu. |par<4 woo 13 ,,iv ruimnup and lath will compete In th h'j!
    214! C ceola\Ave\ Stuart, FI la" Sill, 1 F li ridu (mule m \l1 umi 'next month Under New Alanagement
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    DEMONSTRATION CLUB 10 CF GARDEN CLUB "
    MEETS IN SALERNO TOyR VERO GARDENSTen I '
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    I''I The Salerno Home Demonstra- members of the Stuart,
    FOR I tion Club met at the home; of I MOC
    SALEAPPROXIMATELY Garden Club made the trip l to j .
    I Mrs Ralph MerrlU Monday. Mrs. I
    the McKee Jungle Gardens at I
    I George Osborn, presld'nt, opened -
    I the meeting/ and conductedthe tare Beach Monday. Although'I

    t tl } I devotional The business It was too late to see the full GASOLINE \ OIL / LUBRICANTS

    t session was devoted largely to bloom of all the orchids, Dr !
    making deflnlt I plans for the 1 ACCESSORIES
    I : Falrburn. botanist in of TIRESBATTERIES AUTOMOTIVE a
    charge,
    Council of Home
    County meeting I II *
    150 Steel Oil Drums Demonstration Women at 6..- orchid-growing. lectured on the and TOBACCOS
    CANDIED CIGARS
    lerno May t, Following the buslhesi propagation of orchids SOFT DRINKS, CIGARjlTTES
    ,
    there was a general dls- exPlain-I ,
    I ing that It required
    50 52 GALLON CAPACjTY. cu-i ipn along the line! of clothing to bring an orchid from .;
    I I at which time 'a number of (Was STUART NEWSPAPERS '- n
    bloom and pointed out the delicate ''I,'
    were exchanged by members.
    \ These drums are in gcosf condi- Miss LucIa Inscoe, Home Dem- I care and control necessaryto '.

    :- \\ lien.They are surplus to our needs I onetratlon Agent, gave a talk the successful growing of or-ir "
    : Ideal for Trash Containers : on belts showing a variety of I chlds QUICK :
    them with their The visitors were Impressed
    i
    patterns 1
    : Water or Oil( Storage etc. Refreshments were served by : with the ve-ltable maze of trop-[ .

    i the hostess to Mrs, George/ Os- (cal 1 plants trees Vines and flowers COURTEOUS v"'
    PRICE I born, Mrs. Clarence Jacobs, Mrs which have been Imported i! I / 1uA

    V 1 l Smith, Mrs. Wllbar, Mrs Shelton.I from all parts of the world and i I ,'.i i i;" ,I". /
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    Mrs Hulse, Mrs. J. J. McCullum by the meticulous care und taste) r
    i $2 <>o EACH 1 Mrs Shelby McCull'y. Mrs S. D. I i with which the garden U ar- EFFICIENT SERVICE

    Eever, Mis Arnold Mrs. E A. rang:d and maintained: : : .' ,
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    Buidfttn, Mrs Earl, Mrs. Jack t Those attending were Mrs w. '
    Saunderson, Mis Johnston and'!IR Leach, Mrs L A. Arbogast I
    Miss Inscce f Miss Serena B. Totten Mrs. War-! The Station Where Your Patronage "_ *' '..1

    I ren Lummls. Mis*Martha Lum-I Ic
    Appreciated.
    I St. Lucie iver Company Inc. Among thou prolonging their mls. Miss Helen ,Lummls! Mrs L ': ,,
    i vacation waitln Sot tho yIn" tn ,Pulmer, Mrs. C. S Edward, Mrs: A. Visit Will Convince You )
    1 abate and permit outside fishing Frank McCarthy and Mrs W: o.j'j

    Phone 224 r P O" Box 941 Stuart Fla. ,are Mr. and Mri H J, Simpsuu 'Armor I
    I and Miss P Coyne pt Albany N. T a I
    t"I I Y, and Malcolm A. Bird from Mrs Stanley Dunn; and WIL.l I DRIVE }IN 'TODAY r ,
    Shaffer and their I '
    Roanoke Va I 1 I \
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    -- -- --- Marjorie and June motored
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    L.. Salerno Bus AfccommoAtions
    ---' --' West Palm Beach last Thursday Greyhound Stop.: Free and Information to the,
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    : 3' -1- Public. / \ ,*
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    Mr. and Mrs Frank Dooley
    who are making an extended "
    FLORIDA Needs a Man as GOVERNORWith stay at Clifton Lodge returned
    Monday from Palm Beach where
    l they have been visiting their
    daughter and her family who are '

    Record of Pe muice" Wilmette vacationing, 111-there.. All are of SALERN0 STATIONP.


    'I John Lord, son of Mr. and Mrs
    Not 'UJ.ffli4e4 Paul Lord of the St. Lucie Hotel, O. Box 136 Salerno, Fla. LC. E. BEEDLE, Owner
    !who spent his spring holidays

    For //The Four Critical \ears Ahead with his parents, left April 14 to ..t
    .:- lesume his medical studies! at

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    hot the next four yean hold .n store r ou TODAY (Thursday) ONLY p \ ) Tuesday

    slot, our aria /and the world ol large no one know But, Double Feature Program Sh r J"IH llll I11I IIII IIISt : ::i .

    \ whatever come florida must be prepared! ) Sponsored by High School Paper "Southwmd" H.t.1 WI II \\ Oftenl! WednesdayAPRIL'27 And

    'I it times 1I for an e'pero.nc.d mon.O: m
    J with o successful I record ol public ....ic. .o'mart who ca rt, Fla THEATRE Phone 14, 28STAlTS
    and w,II, char a sound and construcliv. course for our slot "Wr1 M
    -"I""II government,Jo man who equipped with the ability ond with SUNDAY and MONDAY
    1Aft6AIEi
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    actual .xp* Jence In state govvrnm.nl a man who won'thave ,. U
    to flounder ond grope his way'around, trying to learn the
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    (job ol! Governor...a man who con toke ov.r the job of}.Chief
    Execuli. I our state' without any loss of valuable time, Aboveall M'G M's GAY

    : / .Florida n.*ds a man whose record clearly proves him s ,a.A amn Ia 1tPStp f
    I to b. 0 p //orm.r .. not a promisor! % s i' 1'' net nett est ""; f c ese TECHNICOLORIOVE

    :' Colin English is the man Florida reeds..for ,the f STORY I IiTHAt Ir'
    t
    good onrjjb.st, interests of all Florida

    [,' ,. f Remember Colin English has served for the post' J% rSi f :,I0',. 'S SO NIIMIOUUVOlFFEIItNTt

    eleven yejirs as a member of th. Governor Cabinet th. stet[otvsote ,; i
    execulivd comrritte.-and. other Important state boards and xwtr_rt.n t
    I Nle't what Colin '
    English OFFkBYRD A
    comm liens. during th. administrations .1 f three governors bs :
    : h *one for the good of ALSO r"Queens of the Court" '
    I'Iifl
    : ; I Remember, In Ih... Important times political '
    Floe s..check hit record!
    (Tennis Training at Rollins College) r amt tQ rat IRIS silt
    ; promise I or. no better than the cond dole who makes themno
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    I) alter than the ability and public record of the maker N aced hiede's school LUS
    I : I to ..* then de I bj J 18.000,000I Leon of Comedy
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    and
    I I Friday Saturday* r 2 Hits
    : I Colin English has don. great .things for floid"I' In I,ill melt en school bWif. es Wolfe"'jCartoon
    ; I ...otGfvernor, he will! do greater things for ALL Florida! You ho s reduced hart e:end f Q tiuaHBucKun smet orj CM17i20VENGEANCf a New is
    )1' can jut\9* men only by what 'idey have don end accomplished 8t ; n sod 3; / ..
    e t j ,eJ j ...oncuthe soundness! of their program for the good of all the
    peopt R.ad the 33 Point i program ol Colin English for egreoBr SiveJLtiouliniJi ol dolljriol
    couV school hind bkmoden
    f ;
    Florida i then, vote for and irrstn.h ,unifwrneaounli
    J! systtmt Tnurslay'
    t I e

    \ > scbool bo* purch sin| APRIL 29 \J DAYS
    t' system|iu 1 lees the lines) ...
    / Lrl booMS it t the lowest 4 Jullilichrr A Host of Stars a GnatOutdoor
    a JU[ ic1
    rw rn IA rattoa f\\
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    tdACRfAD EDC A BllfluksltIGY M'
    / A $1111/ d .fllut. el EILEM DREW txot a' DONALDITURBI
    rAAC RAT!
    t I r.btit nNmutli.q FORTAPACHE
    V feast" d tbro..houl
    A...".. model! el/ LUS :e

    8 I G O V E R N 0 RAt at.ople'bosinesslike public tax echoo a'OfIy' ''o..h.ho"and the Flying Fist* aJd Flashing Six Guns I I"LASH" I.

    1.I 1. .' Th. May 4th( Democratic Primaries! hluler 01 Fterlda'sIaaM.rs LA RVE FUZZY ST JOHN HARRY
    J Iranover ; ARNOLD.DAVENPORT -II..._ With
    Write Coffin, English Heot/quorleri/, Tadahou.e/ ,,for e / $2800 per test When Calm John Way

    it I copy W Aa 13.point pro 'a",) lot 0 greolec'ftonda Imlur WM lira i electee1Superintendent ADDED '_'___. ,Henry Fond*
    el {public
    Shirley Tempi''.
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    yovo"DOGGONE
    I lltlen to Colin English Monday Night at4tOO Iveui.Mdructtort1936tM Hlirj, es 11040, ALSO "Chick / irter" Serial) No. 9 .- eotbeott Cartoon MODERN" Victor MeLaile
    r .o'clock over the State Ale, Network: "B stop Beanie"' Cartoon Latest Pox lren Rich

    r r T_fa y'era' herds 'Call..f...l...ll -- -- New Guy Kibbee
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    I 'THE STCARI. NEWS, STUART,.MARTIN COUNTY', FLORIDA, THURSDAY, ATRlt K, 194* -, FACE ran i i0cgINa 4n

    -'"Pt"I. -..- ASSURED, STATE saD)IN NATION', 4-H CLUB,.GIRLS DISPLAY THEIR HANDIWORK Mr and Mrs.C n. Mill. Thorn- ;' usguan 'N. J.. Mr and Mrs : IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIHR I '

    t Press, lei ort$ OamesvUle, April tt.-Florlda ville. Ohio Mr. and Mrs. A. W. sell pope, Jr. Manasguan :
    .... lei" t dhlr0 I IOtt/ Shan 1:000: school la rsnks the third number In the of United teachers States. Instructed 'Froeht Fort Wayne Ind., Mr. II Mr and Mrs. Frank RIlI'j CARD OF THANKS ::*, I ,,1 !
    : HI. Mr.
    itor Rockford. ; and Mrs.
    be11''have been ure4 Into In the use of visual aids : and Mrs. O. A. Beaver St. Louis; Cupp, Mtffllnton Pa.; I wish to extend my thanks to I
    ddi'1rol oeorala by the to Improve their teaching program !Mr, and Mrs F. E.: Felske Buff Lee, Indianapolis; Mr. and Mra. all the friends who have baton
    aer glades paid Florida according to a statistical ; iato I ;; the Rn. and Mrs Paul I* I A. Bernard of Jeffrey, Jt H.; so kind to us through the past ; Y
    pees points up the tad that report compiled by Lorlng It ". guests and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon awarthout, I seven months and especially ',':', '
    td' par assures the schools Carl' of the University of Iowa ; I Mr. and Mrs Robert Seal! of and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. I thank them for remembering i ?
    N' he step adequate staffs and Hanover Pa.; Mr. anl t Mrs C. W. I IHepple i Norfolk.. |1 me through these days jot 'totreavcrant '
    opportunity. of choosing ,the I Forma help prevent flood by Eveston! and family. New York; I[ and for the exceptionally ; -. .
    \tchen In the profession; controlling the runoff Pf water I I, Mr. an4 Mrs. L Dllger, Cairo, | The acid or sulphite: process beautiful flowers and '
    I Itolllih, candidate. for]1 from heavy rains and melting 111.. Mr, and Mrs. R. C. Barbee i of converting wood tntu" prop, !i iI |cards.: May God's blessings'MsT f ,
    : ER :Ljsild this week, snow Eureka Spring, Ark., Mr. and:i discovered In 1868 by an Amer. upon ybu all. Yours in eofcrow I
    Mrs. R. A. Reid Cedar Rapids, Lean Benjamin C. Tllgman is In II i but not without hope a 1
    iiriiTlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMlllllllliiiiiiiiiiii/ / I"11I11 g I Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Frank MUs.I I lute I in Florida today It is and I II I Mary L. Bnyder., ,'; 1, 1
    < f 1., [I born! Brooksvllle lie; Mr., and I Important step\ in making the 4
    Mail it in TODAY S r a I I Mrs A.J. Verity, Daytona Beach; better ,grades of wood< pulp pa. I 111111I11I1111I1111I1111I11111111111111111I11I11 ,
    i'l'hisiI.\ I j 1 Mr. and Mr. Russell Pope Man-'i)per. | '
    : : I 1
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    Circulation Dept | '" I e, 1 I !' I 't.I'. '
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    "msrtNewV w \;
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    I =1 To Our Host .tH' ; "\
    4J
    | went to receive The Stuart News by mail saving | ojF t ,
    $5,40 for '
    [20 for one year or two years. Enclosed fnr f '
    check forl "4 A'o.,' ,' :, "' iIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 4
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    I Year: S 11 b ICr.p.ir' li.oI"; ,,' .r.'tr, ','::yto;'".."" .-.., .$3 = Friends Patrons J l. ': ;

    d 2 Years Sub.cription') ,,.:,n;J""'M' .$grouR Cstet' r1.4. ,
    'I', ; ]Joyce! Hjrtvll heudt the parade "IU dub girls man ot the Palm Cltv Homo IViminslrrtliou, : Ctlihi .. ,
    > \ ,! i steering' skirts whcih each' of lm! made at, the (standing right)., xml (that! two giiU seated ilt t right : .f : :
    'I ; H qI
    l .,. Achievement Day program at the Civic Center; 'were p judges for the review. We df the Lighthouse Crew Thank You E ; 't :;
    1''AMI, "' sADDRtee I April 10. Mrs.. Mae E. Wallace, 4-H Club chair.', ':)" ,
    another successful and I k '' ; .:,
    --- -- -- - season
    ---- ---- very : i
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    Ocean Breeze. Park ford, Mrs. 3. McUrty Mrs Wll: Mrs. H V. Bryant that her father forward to again serving better. fndL f ," ; 1
    you ; :
    : ream Mlddleton Mrs D. Wright John Anderson died shortly i '

    I. TMh. ..- ..M u.........saw..... ,.r. Irla.e...... ..ta._pM ....,..'_ I. le is COUPLElARK62ND Mrs.Mrs R.:William' Dixon, Mrs.Ever E.; Atkinson Mra. E.,I Bend after' ,their Ind. arrival home lu South L finer food next season: ,_:' ,r r tn t. : .
    Randall and Mrs. M. Payne.I Recent! arrivals In the park
    II / / llllllllllllllllllllllllllllrtwoomo Mr. and Mra. Kaltamark and' art: Jerry fmlih ; ;.(: ,
    --'---- -wPO -
    Mrs. M. Payne flew to their home I '
    WEDDING in Milford Conn., this week. I
    ELECTRICAL/ Mrs. L. M. Lunford who haj'' 1 'j''j'I, I
    been visiting her sister, Mrs.William 1'11
    ymtvwtM QJL2 'H ;
    ContractinjAH returned home, ,
    ANNIVERSARYBy Peel to her ,. :!!
    '
    IgfylnNq/ >> in Big Rapids Mich, this week.' I'
    We Are Expert Mrs. Robert Ford of Prle Lak +. I I
    In Our MRS. MYRTLE TERRIO Dotter, Mich, Is spending a few :
    Line weeks with the Peets. 1; '1 f '
    s Our W Mr. and Mra. M Kaltzmark of Mrs. Charles Randall and her Our\B Sfore and ,1 I
    > Is CuarantyidESTIMATtS Milford. Conn., celebrated their house guest, Mrs. William Ewer, r-Package ( .
    12nd wedding anniversary withan went shopping In West Palm
    open house from 1.4 p.m. Beach. ,fie_J I I I. '
    i SUBMITTED Punch sandwiches and cab Mrs. F. J. Evans has returnedto Sal> Ish Cocktail lounge .' !: I,
    Licensed Eleaftricmns were served. Many floral gifts her home In Hamilton-Ont? .
    in were received. after an eight-week: visit with Wrist Watch ? "f'I' H
    The State t ,/ounty and Hostesses for cards this week her niece Mrs. W. H. Hamer of Weary Will reaiain open from 4 pjfrn. till midnight. "iJf. r
    ?
    tyr are Mrs.. Rose A1pea n, bridge: ; Ocean Breeze Park. YxTK W .. t. .l.. it ilivtrttt \
    Mrs.. Myrtle Terrto. pinochle and The Rev. and Mrs, Paul U for -.I lr. ..* .dh.t..at)) \njoy the best midrd, drinks and ; ;! 'i' -
    : :
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    Mra., Terrto, 500. Faulk of Hanover, Pa., spent a H tf,.feilnnlnt '. IU'<... .. ">.
    I Mrs. Lewis Wright entertained week: with Mr. and Mrs. RobertE. "Jok J.turt J.wd $... I U ..... cocktailr town. Full faolities for cock- f
    her house guest Mrs. 0. U Davis ..... I i ? 1 I
    Teal of Ooan Breeze Park. l. IU .1 .1 .rutllKI eI'' I. \ F I I 'I
    of Cleveland Saturday with > ..... ., ..... t tail \in the '
    art bridge at 1 p.m. Hr Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Brunner rtam Int., ",01010..1. partie right ajSnosphere. "j, ,
    were Mrs. C. Puck Mrt. des"'l of North Wales, Pa. are visiting\ -.1.. ....IU... 6rtar. r.vab t :
    Delsz. Mrs. p. Orlfflth. Mrs Mr. and Mrs R L. Clark. fqr ...,Ieo ........' I'
    Griffith, Jr. Mrs R. Dunham Mr. and Mrs. J. M, McUrty :
    William Petl Mra. F. Lun-! spent last week with Mra. FreidaMctarty
    Mrs. .
    COMPLETE
    __ JEWtLRY SttVlCI
    i 0I In Miami Shores. Mr. ,
    McLarty caught 31 lba> ot trout Stuart Jewelers GrfTHOUSE
    off Jensen Bridge THE L I It1jtl
    I; Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Debit! (Fonnrrl, Stuart J.W.I Men
    'I spent 10 days In Hollywood Fla 269 Osceola Ave. .;
    VOWE FOR I They home will, leave around for May their1 I.Northern (New Dehon Building) /

    entertained Mr. and Mra.. Joe McNamara _................ ---.._,. -------- -, .. -- ----- .. ., 11 t
    f' I, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ik dessert-bridge Boxwell, Me. "
    L. rV WILLIAMS :and Mrs. J. M McLarty and Mr.
    ; ) ) and Mrs. Bill Peet. '

    '.. Mrs.Mrs.W.J.Peel M. McLarty Mrs. Robert, Mr.Ford and RE-E CT. ( (11 11X (

    and Mrs. Joe McNamara' spent
    NDIDA E FOR Tuesday shopping In, Miami. I'' ,
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    E. Dltterllne of \ ;:
    Schenectady I
    [' Boar /of ublic ''Instruction N.West Y.Palm arrived Beach.Friday Mrs.by Dltter air at I

    line met him at the airport and : 't.
    Ir'Ir'r f
    11 1w 1 they came back to Ocean Breeze IA0 C. CQI.SON I'Ll

    IJ I I e 'North that over evening.Tuesday In Washington They morning)lift, ,for D stopping ,the C.-, : !'

    J for a short visit with their son
    K. Dltterllne Jr.
    q
    Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hunter TAX ASSESSO ) :
    d caught 18 pompano the past ;
    week weighing total of 30 Ibs.Mr. .
    a '
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    l l'a i (j'G and Mrs. Charles Putnam 1 \ \ I
    M4JRTIN
    of Orand Rapids Mich., who FOR COUNTY ; i"4"" t r :
    have been visiting Mrs. C. L. i .,il
    Brewer and brother F. C. HawkIns '11"

    returned of Ocean home.Breeze Park, have IN THE DEMOC iTIC PRIMARY, MAYI4, 1948'

    r Mra. Henry Hoelzel of Kansas 'j I
    r City was a visitor at the L J. 1"1'"
    Stephens residence in Ocean .. ,'
    Breeze. She was la Jensen three I \ ;"
    weeks.
    "
    Tt Mr. and Mrs. Earl Beagle'left ,' t', ,
    for their home in Pulaskl, N. V. '
    T :: \
    ;
    3 3I0' Monday: They have, pent the
    IN HIS WORK
    winter In the park: EXPERIENCED
    I Ted Horne won first honors In
    r last all the week.races' at Patterson, K. J.,'I THE EXPERIENCE OF YotlR ASSESSOR IN HANDLlN
    Word has been received from. VALUES .IS OF GREAT IMPORTANCE TO THE\PUBLIC '
    1 1I


    )' -ti. THOUGHTFf L COURTEOUS .Yd FAIR '

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    I'' I TO EACH AND&VERY INDIVIDUAL IN THE CO\NTY I


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    ...,. "" I 'HIS ;CORD IN OFFIC, I :

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    ATTESTS HIS ABILITY ; ,

    HE HAS BEEN A RESIDENT TAXPAVfR AND .. I I ,

    ,VOTER IN STUART AND MARTIN COUNTY 'He's Got New j i '' jf tt 'C .q. i ( la i I l
    THE .
    4et I PAST TWENTY-FIVE YEARS. Life!, I I


    I HE IS INTERESTED IN BETTER SCHOOL! FOR VvVJl give your worn, '
    fatigued Urea a ."second VETE.OF WORLD WAR No"Your 1'
    THE LLOWING REASONS. wind'* that'll make 'em

    [ -HE IS ,A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS MHEISA / ride your Ilk*brand-new old treadbarestodar 1 Bringin ,

    1 ,?- SUBSTANTIAL TAXPAYER We'll renew ,'em In '

    3-fE* IS PROGRESSIVE a jiff 1 I ... ... .. e ,' ', .

    4-HE WILL SUPPORT ANY PROGRESSIVE Reasonable Prices: ., :' L'': "
    Stuart Recap "),,, '"" ""' i.:.;,4r?'Iw' "'1 q ;i

    MOVEMENT TO BETTER MARTIN, COUNT! Service .: .>}-: .y ate and Support: Will Be Greatly Appreciated'

    SCHOOLS: .
    Paid by his Martin County Friends. Cha on'. Service) Station i 'IruM JolMnl Hdnrtiuiwnt' ''':A'
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    to. f ID HICHWAT M A I
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    PAGE SIX TRI STCAkt NEWS,STUART, MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL I*, .1H*
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    OPPORTUNITY OFFERED and girl will receive similar! OHIO MAN BUYER OF Salerno News j compared them to Kara, Oa., to son and daughter, Kathleen, Mr. I About 87 per Pent of.the 3V,"wildfires and,lonly.other* destreonditions
    I Rural boys and atria In Florida awards In the 1948 National 4-H SALERNO STATION ''visit her mother, Mrs. Johnson and Mr.*.O. D. Qulgley and Dave i 500,000 acre of land In. Florida I srnin j pt
    now have an exceptional opportunity Leadership program. Award and daughter Mrs Ruth Max- Kattleman were caller In Jupiter ,to\ suitable for growing Commercial I age of.the total 1\8 actutii),;
    I to get special recognition! comprise gold medal of honor l C. E. Beedle, who earn here .and Bob Bound Sunday I timber, But because of 'red by profit-brtngng\ ,t1
    j 1 \ for outstanding junior leadership :i for the two county winner, and from Akion, Ohio, where he was MRS. TROXEL .u.Those who attended the SPA Mrs. O. D. Quigley returned I -.--- -- -.-------- -
    J. j.i\ record In 4-H Club work.j i gold wristwatches for tOe two a maatr mechanic with the Mc sub- lst.r1c' meeting In PahokeeFriday hum Wednesday from letup,I
    \ Both the highest ranking boy State winners. the funeral
    Neil Machine A Engineering Co.. were Jesse Qulgley John Oa. after attending
    r GIVES STANLEY pedersen, Sam Whittle, Donald at New Hope Church near Jesupof CENTRAL MARKET
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    has the Dixie-Salerno
    purchased and cordon Terry, Orrin Sword,. her great-nephew! Charles
    SALES .. ee' Us For filling station from Arle Stuart, Jackie Thompson and Alonzo Anderson t-year-old son of Mr..
    , and will rename the property Smith and -Mrs. Llnton. Anderson of
    G Uj; s [ !tJ epaws. and Salerno Station PARTY MONDAY Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simmonsand Fort Lauderdale. Charles was % MEAT
    Accompanied by his wife, son, Jerry, who was in the killed Instantly April 10 after
    'I SE VICE Parts Beedle 4s planning extensive By MRS ft.. a QllGLEYMr Pete Metzger cot U g e, have falling' from a car operated by PROD E and GRO RIES
    ,r A l lI modernization, Including the installation moved to Oolden Oat. Into Mr. his father In Fort Lauderdale. '
    I' of trailer facilities to Barbara Troxel of Stuart and Mrs. A. M. Tyler' new cot- Mr. and Mrs. O D. COURTEOUS SER +
    span RNOLD BAUER be known as Sportsman's Trailer entertained with a Stanley partyat tsgj. Mr and Mr*. Carlo Mario and Mr. and Mrs. John I ,' VENT TLY LOCATE
    Palm! Park. He intends to build fc i '
    the home of Mrs. J. A. Bennett have bought and moved into the enson and Uaughtef, QU11lle'1
    St. Luci\Boulevard P/one/ 142-W garage with apartments above Monday afternoon. Refresh- Metiger cottage on St. buds 'called on tor. and Mrs 2nd and Akron Joe Beool
    I ._. it, and will Install a lull line ments were served to Mrs. Ted Ave. Brownlee In Hobe Sound
    of Amoco auto accessories ,
    sibly Baumgardner Jr.. Mrs R. w. Mrs. H. M. Vorls of Jensen evening. ---
    Johnson Mrs, Oliver Smith, Mrs. Beach! was a visitor of Mrs.'Mary
    Jane Parker Inez Yearling, Mrs. Bert Sword, Chandler) last week end. I \
    ORANGE COCONUT Mrs. Austin Mullla of Hobe I Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pslninnd
    Sound Mrs twls Jacob.., Mrs.E. .
    children, Tommle and
    COFFEE CAKE A Detoach, MrS. Bill Pen- Sara, called on Mr. and Mrs. For Your Sunday Din er \
    da nrli MI'lMIchael\\ Pests, Mr*. George Brownlee In Hobe Sound
    Wynn Oardner, Mr*. Martha Sunday. SPECIALS FRIDAY SATURADY, AP IL,23 24
    ,
    l to Whittle and Mrs, Casey Andrews.
    l /ttl Mrs. i li. Terry and ,sister, home?Mr.much Emma; improved t. Smith after returned several w. Carry Nationally-Advertised Brands of Qu.1|y Foods,

    j Jan ParkeORANGE 15 Mrs. Monroe Skinner of Miami weeks'ot illness In Martin FRESH CRISP VEGETABLES DAIlOf;
    3f \ rlARMALADESTREUSSEL spent three days last week In County Hospital.Mr. .
    = MARKET
    y. Jacksonville and" St. Augustinewith GROCERY
    relatives and and Mrs. Charles !Ellis of
    friends.Mr.
    TA. a1M .Ail MI'i.co/ : Lake Worth and Mrs McAllister Faltory Packed Pure PORK f
    / dafe 25c a.hq uo w t, y ..send I and( Mrs. Edward Harrod of Buffalo wen recent visitors !
    I Coffee
    ,wasN sots t0 ny Mpus I returned tothelr home in Red. of Mrs. Mars Chandler. A 5b.g. 45c SAUSAGE 53c
    Me aaM ItMIK + M6MK Gq. -_ -- -- .- l.n Ta hst s..l tpnr book N. f..'after spending the Mrs Richard Singer of Pittsburgh t : -
    do s. it season here' In- their home on attended the barbecue and Westerly RolledCO
    Ann Pare, Tender oked f down..r L. 1 1t baiema! Shores e11 use
    Rodeo at Indlantown April 11
    wil lomato P Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Smith, with Mr. and Mrs Harvey Mart. ROASK 69c
    55c RIB
    B BEANS E 2 2 5 C Jr., left' Sunday for Hawthorn, Mr. and Mrs Jim Marc and _.
    Sauc and Pork cans a.alu.. Calif., to visit Mrs. Smith's sister --
    children of Hobe Bound were
    ;Orate BaivJWEINERSL
    -- Herm.n"O
    --- Mrs J. B. Ferris, CE
    O'Sag.
    and oth?r guests ef Mr, and Mrs. W. M.Marr .
    Ann Page ,relatives and friends, Mr*. Don "
    fc/2/ ovan Smith! and son David, ae Mr. Sunday of J JUICE 2jLc 45c
    and Mrs. Sam Blckley
    SPAGHETTI ::: cans .23cAnn P CALL zIN! -y Fort Pierce called on Mr. and e. ._ _
    CAPS dIt "FroAn. Whole GoFden Center CutPORK
    .Irs. O. H. Johnson Sunday; Birdseye -
    Page CondensedTOMATOSOU 5bb.e lies, 'r, I Mr, and Mrs, Ralph Powell en-
    I., boos fU O4t.. tor 950.0. T c-rtalned with a chicken dinner CORN Pkg. 26c CHOPS 69c
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    2JT 19c /i.e.. Th.y I .It Mash jar.. ,' Wednesday evening In honor of
    I f.sy t..ql .. Mr. and Mrs H. V. Godfrey and
    c 1' COMPLETE daughter, Mary, of Henderson-
    Ann Page Seashell, llbow f r Stick ANb WHOLESALE ille.. N. C. Movies of flowers ANTHO Y'S ECONOMY ARKET
    I and different views/ of the moun- \VE. I STUART, FLA..
    MACARONI lS 300 SO. AKRON
    slns
    pkg. ahe I Those were who shown.attended the baked YOUR. FRIENDL SEMI-SELF SERVICE GROCEHY AND MARKET
    CO MrANYt I bean dinner at the home of Mr. PHONE 143 FOR FREE DELlVE
    A & P Grade A Caner Mre4 IN THEVLM BEACHES i Powell
    and Mrs. Ralph Sunday
    417 OKH&HOBEE ROAD were Mrs. Florence/ Smith and
    GRAPE JUICE 24c
    Pt. } ',son, Merle Jr. and Betty Lou
    PH 2-3851
    i Bell i
    Powell of Glade, TeddyPowell
    --
    Nabisco 12-oz. pkgllfabisco 7>/4-oz. pkg. I of Southern College, Mr.

    Vanilla Wafers 30Jfremium Flake 14c daughter and Mrs., Mary H. V., of Godfrey Henderson-and N/OM ACS 60s YOde o 'M"v?.. YAv.O.# f raise

    vllle. N. C., Mr. and Mrs. Clyde I
    _
    nOUnCinFOR MrGee and children, Ray, Evelyn
    A P COFFEE WHITEHOUSE and Richie, of Hobe Sound
    1 \ and Mr*. Durwood McGahee of
    8 O'clock, Ib. 40c jMILK
    YOUR CONVENE Fort Lauderdale.
    Red Circle, 2 Ib*. 85c i 3 Tall Cans 39c A COMPLETE i Mr. and Mrs J. B. Saunders SWIFTS
    Bokar, 1 Ib. 45< || 6 Small Cans 39c \ of Homestead called on Mr. and
    DAIRYBARAT'S E Mrs, J. A. Bennett, Jr.. Sunday Jewel Shortemng 4-M carton $ 1.29HEART'S
    Mr. and; Mrs. J. A. Bennett: ._
    Jr., and _. .. .,
    andsons Mr. Mrs. E. A. ""
    i BUY A & If GARDEN FRESH DeLoach. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pen- DELIGHT Cal Cap Jin Tomato Sauce)
    I FRUITS an! VEGETABLES GRAD PASTEUR! ED MILK darvls and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
    Ammong motored, to Lake Okeechobe PRUNE JUICE 2 r25| SARDNESTil 35c
    I'T Firm I Lash Green tea HOMOGZED/ Vi AMIN D MILK > Sunday on a sightseeingtrip. i

    Eggplant, lb. 19c Asparagus,jiu. 49c I DRlP/RIND
    i TIE MILK a i Mr. and Mrs.Eddie Cooley and CHASE AND SANBORN, REGULAR OJ ,

    Green Beans String, 2 Ibs. f3c &Tp lery, 2 stalks 15c COFFEE CR'" I com guests, Buddie of Mr. and and Mrs.David Odell'were De- I COFFEE . Ibi' '52,

    Large Sunkist I -- .- --- ,e HIPPING CREAM Loach at Fort Pierce (Sunday. ..VK .Jf
    Lemons 6 for | 16c F_ David Kattlemao flew down by Crua;wiaiUnpeeld., OHe"-
    plane to Miami last week! for afew Heart's Delight, Quick Cooking
    rr ta. 2 bit 25c SOUR CREA S
    Large English / days visit yltb relatives and
    -- No. 2'/i'
    Peas, 2 lbs fo* 33c N E White CO AGE CHEESE trtends.Mr.. and Mrs Otto Wagner and PRUNES ,1,,. 19c (COTS| 23C

    \ SuVMaid 'SeedleJ R POTATOES daughter, Eleanor, of New York n_ ""
    ER AN EGGS -- -
    Raisins box.Junk.t j 16c 5 RJS. .9c B City Charles are guests Conrad of of Mr.Salerno and Mrs. WATER MAID, WHITE UNCOATED J8

    Quick tty Crackers FROM UR TRUCKS with Shores.Consolidated Mr.Wagner Edison is connected Com 1 RICE .. J2lb.. pkg. 3S//

    Fudge Mix, fkg. 29c f small pkg. O YOUR pany. Mrs Wagner is a sister "
    Bi quick 25c FAVOR EGROCER of Mrs Conrad. DeTca
    I Alaska Chum ref iracl. Whip SALAD ,/
    Borden's meta :
    Mrs Dalton Anderson of Stuart
    HOT CHOCO VTE Bell Crockers DAIRY and two sisters. Misses Sybil S AaMON ibR': '= 43c ORE SING 37c
    Mix, Vz-lbfpko;. 23c Pkg. of 10 and Hilda of Valdosta.Oa,called __ )are
    i on Mr and Mrs _
    As$j Cereals 30c Bobby Thomp.
    Beachnut P. O. BOX 1042, STUART son Sunday.Mr. CABIN HOME ENRICHED, WHITE
    Creay White and Mrs. John D. S ?ven'
    -Baby Fpof, 2 jars 19c Crisco Ct-RN M EML A s-ib. bag 39//

    Jewel JnorteningJMb 14b. 3c 3-lb. 1.25 I' '
    YELLOW / Vita-Food, Pure / Oak HULlfcui Green STRINCLESS29e

    \ Armour's._ 33- 9ar J 4-lbs.3'/4-oz.1.30 Sparktg Oxydbl. 1, lt.35c pkg. I,, ONIONS_ le///!_ __ 25C GOOD DAILY IS- l APPLE-JELLY r:; 2c 1 BEAN*a No.2. '.

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    I Deviled/Ham 18c Safer *VhiterDuz.Jle. OLD WHITE OUR BOAStYOU ._- --f-+
    pkg. 35c CSCEOLA BRAND I'
    Stahl M er 4' ,.oz. ARE 1J.lE GUEstWE -
    Liver Irst 17c' Granule Ivory Scow jge..35c pkg, POTATO HOS I I TOMATO S 2 N 2 cans 25{

    ARE THE -
    f Opens IMains Quick The Perf c% Cleaner lb. 10 4 dleu Nectar," Pert, Embo While Paper- :

    PlumXe, 14-oz. 20c Spic 'N 'pan 23c RiSP--- -' ,w ,.. ,. RAISINS /0 15"*1pkt .-. 9c I NAPKIN 80 2 count kit.'l 4 *T A


    d 1 L NGHORN Silver BrlokBUTTER I I CELERYsta2lks 9 gc ; Fes PILLSBURY,_PLAIN -- -re----

    ,t HEESE II
    Mb 95c I II FLOUR 1Q- \. Bag 90t"A
    Ib. j 55c 1 I WHILE THE SUPPLY LASTS -- N(; GOGC WITH EACH

    Betty CrockerCERIA L S. NO. 1 COBBLE/POTATOES. to lbs. l .. "A 4'l *

    CUf RIGHT TR1MMID RIGHT i TRAYw.. .33d
    AUga Cane,Corn and Sugar Sea Brand, Large
    AP SUPER RIGHT MEA! SSufr
    -- -------. 4 J 2-Ib spkg.
    I SYRUP jr 59C l BEANS 63C t
    ; ,1,1 I Right LAMB .. __ ,

    1 I It OULDER CHOPS I I 59C 5 ,
    % .
    MARGARINEILc.T rtonRETTES
    j perRirht' I 1.75: TO SLASH FOOD COSTS

    j f. !' IB STEAK lb. .. 3 79C c Ivory ar Vit'a Apple 12oz. A' .xi. ii...,

    rSmolrtd 4 -- SPRY Y SNOW/ 35Ci JELL SUPER I/R QUALITY WESTERN MEATS
    .
    $1.19J __
    I r rr pkg. Raths Blackh.wk, f
    t Swiff. Premium I
    j BEEF TONGUE 47c FOR ROASTING FRESH
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    t BACON tSf; : 55 B center cut lb.49c
    BEEF
    : Sunnyfield BACONib. BOSTON ITS 1b.. 39C __ __ ._ i ,lb. C Pot .
    -
    SLICED 69C Armour* Star.-We Slice It Clover IoomOTTAGE Fresh Killed / --*"- or BRISKET


    1 I \)1 I+; D D Quick Frozen ib. gcDUCKLlNGSnorda BACON ''lbb _/_ 55C CHEESE 1bre 25 TPORK'STEAK FRYERS_ (Cdr d wDIb.ed)_and. 69cRIB x 9c

    P !ee Armours Star SmokedSAUSAGE ALL POPUJLAR "
    I : Shipped BRANDS OF OLEO, Ik" ........... 3&
    !
    39C 3Ci
    I, lb.. 1b.. THE
    I COMPLETE FOODCROMER'S STORE

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    THl ITBAXT' MEWS, ITITAKT, MUm COTWTT.FIORTDA,TBTllSfAT! APrIL p Ir4t ,. ......- PAGE SEVEN ,

    COURSER SCHEDULED IN ''f:,
    TAKE PART SAMFORD, GAINESVILLEA f LOTRINO SOUGHT FOR The United States has only r Southern pine logs ones were! ':'ji If l
    NEEDY OVERSEAS cent of the world's forest { I
    Guild Contest per hollowd-out and used M "water "
    nhr. short course on the treat- ( Entry.flank.. area, whereas Russia has about mains. in Washington, D. C. Several i i ;', 1 I
    ACP ment of'Juvenlhe) delinquency, for I With the announcement of the 21 cent and Brazil 13 I ,
    per per estimated to be ,
    948 apeclmlns
    county j judges\ and Juvenile Fine Art Guild, Inc. J : I ;
    Judges will be held In Sanford at ,, tegular business and program c?nt. The reeta/ divided among about 143 years old, were recently J
    the Mayfalr In!) Hotel May 10 Box 1003, Stuart Flu., Meeting ot the Women's Missionary 50 or more other nations. Pro unearthed! by power company, I'\t
    L and It I' !' : Society at the Baptistchurch { tect Florida's woodlands so this I workmen there. They had not. I' ,
    In Martin I be Increased. carried water for about '
    persona. Th and annual short .' natural resource can a eels-
    r q.LW' course t at 1:30:: p.m. Tuesdaycomes
    number as lastupWparticlpaton Sirs but In condition. R I
    the for City ;Managers will be eon Dear : I 0 I a special plea for cloth- _fury were good :
    Child ) ducted in Gainesville May 20, SI
    Conservation 1ri1 :'b1d} the "
    AgrICultural and 22. and nw for needyof
    r 18048, County Agent Europe.; : 11I.eeplnlwtth this
    am lohnlOl\for \ reported jesterforslgnlng I enclose herewith t sketch for entry In your monogram project which It la hoped that
    IrIIIIlnt) was gram's history In this county.' many will cooperate, a. film
    contes'I ELECT A MAN
    Thursday night Summer cover crops, pasture fertilization I '8eeda of Destiny which"hu '
    about 50.000 and sodding and seedIng ( attributed much attention, will ..flt
    ,
    tort,axeincluded said 1n thee ot improved pasture grasses NAME _. __...:.__. ......_ ,.. ') befshown by Arnold Bauer. The r / / *
    F04u with total will be emphasised this year, he ""i.' ,,;',1 '< ''': \ Il ,r public .Is Invited WHO HAS THE OE.NUINE ;
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    thisgreatest said. 'A, '
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    .... .. DDJtESS __ ___..: ," )" ..... .' I rf INTEREST Op YOUR
    ..Ij'or f CHILDREN AT HEART
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    I q A CONTEST,RULES Xvfi."Thls .. ., ," I ,' I". [j Whatever I can d\to make ie Schools of ,' ,
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    I JZt f;? t \ Clip THis Out! ,Mail it in TODAY! Ii.1 j Martin County bettV for mt children of i' 'i t tI
    contest to open without qualification"to the Martin County will B Aejk. I
    era! public gen I .-, ; !, 'A'-'V1! \: \ ;.;,\\,0'i, '; '.': .J I { \'
    C> ? 5 Circulation Dept., ,i" ; ','' \ = ,I i.(
    '* Starting Feb 12, entries will 'be accepted that '
    i1 postmarked not, later than midnight, Mal, 1948.are | The Stuart News, .' =: ((1))
    s Stuart, Flat = Otto J.
    S. Contestant' may submit any number of entries each J; 15I JWktousek I
    of which should be accompanied only by an entry
    y blank., ,All entries become the property of the Fine i I want to receive The Stuart News by mail saving; ; i CandJlate For
    Arts Guild Inc, and non may be returned. Decision $2.20 for one year or $5.40 for two yea,.., Enclosed\ = ,
    of the Judges will be final and a price will be awarded c I Is my check: fort I ", I' =i
    to the winner onl ".. In case of a tie A duplicate prize iI School. Districwl
    Will be given; cat( Year Subscription ....-;..:..,.::.,, .:d ._.......- $3 _=I Ijpard '

    *. fcniitai should be mailed to the I Contest Editor, Fine |. 0 2 Years Subscription; ?.-'..." '.'.*.l::..:;L;: '?' ,I". $5 1NOTr (BOARD .OF UBLIC INSTRUCT\N)
    Arts Guild ,P. O,,Box 1003 Stuart, Fla. ;..' ', I \ I'I'1'

    i __ I : 1 1i ALTHOUGH THfU A DUTRICt OFFICE THE VOTE I I #!j I
    WIDE
    COUNTY
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    HELP ON ROADS WHO COT THE EDGE i Volta NAME I''i I
    A warranty deed recorded al x 15MaDNESa 1 1oU
    the court hours here last week z Your Vove and Support Appreciated M
    i inrand f. but
    Love
    your Indicated a property trait ftr 15 '
    ASKED OF SRD from Reuben Sharp to M. I. .... ,, .
    L\JE Keen. The natural reaction bt T..., l It .. nlrm .*.,.. far ,nalllm Ik. met .MrolMrr. hi. she = "' "I ? :J,1 tl' ,
    PARTY NEIGHBORS wile got the' edge In this "sharp S United::, 61.t.o.3.a.d..u> = :

    Attorney Evan Crary was In- and-keen"---dralT-- --- -_._- -- RllllllllllllMllllllllillllllllllinlllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIII! l l l l l l l l t I i l n I"I I I I"I I"I I I II 11111111_ r. __ ___ ___ +

    I may aitingl t rue ted by the County Commission "', ,r,: -'LLtiI
    1 1I : to draw two resolutions a
    1I asking for road work assistance 1'i
    1I I by the Stat Road Departmentat
    kffp call wr the board's'' meeting at the
    I court house yesterday afternoon. i
    This ciBuft better service for Coinciding with the city's recent
    you action, the saD will be asked by I I4'y
    and mar At/ line neighbors.' the county to improve Road AlA .ELECT. T
    through the city to ellmlnat the <
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    large puddles after of rains water between that accumulate the- '

    ) gltf ollifrf a elfin n ;' Goods Carlton.will StoreThe Hotel ask for and second improvements Dyers resolution Dry /

    'TIm Ouflfctween calls glvei 'on Mart1lHlllhway.\ .
    hen a chance Muse the line. The board granted $50 to' the ,
    1 1i'
    I Junior Chamber of Commerce to
    C l purchase a trophy for the Jay
    I Ir rees' Air-Sports Carnival here
    Ci yen lln.In.mv'rg .l.a May &0, and Road Superintendent i i',. '}'
    ; A
    A. A. Hendry! Jr., was Instructed "

    i When anottiM party o
    an emergency, pleas please the Vera Brown Conrad was ordered as a clerk to replace In Salerno "..I, ,!{,:(, ,:,\ t : 1 .: II:, '
    line quickly-and pleasanW. (or the May primary elec : I: I "1 k..

    \ I tion. 'n i } : r7jfes.'I ,;:
    J lm g IIp'OfJntl'l' $EAIVAI l8 BElSO BUILT %: '
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    A seawall with a 'Concrete ,
    When the line Is busy, It's alw\$ bulkhead? has! been completed by ft, ; 1)/) '("11,. "ii': ",

    J courteous to"Hang Up Gently contractor and Mrs. Fred Ivan Ray Taylor at 620 for Riverside Mr.- :).:,, j""' y i IJ( :T4II IIJ i "": :. we e'r':'1 '

    Drive and ,he Is building tJf\\f,\\; ;':; :,., jI\\I>:, Ij I, I II"
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    another for :Miss Mary Ehackel- y 1 r I at
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    1 Oily ERN BELL TltlPHONI AND miORAPM COMPAVY ford next door on the West, he '
    \ a a.wF.e.r.1, of reported yesterday. :

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    FACB El 3HT p. MARTIN COCNTT', FLORID TllfRSDAlf, APRIL ,80, U.S --4

    "' -- Mrs. W. R Leach and Mr*. MeN;*0 HAVE CIIAta
    Approximately 1U 000 000 000 I Exhausted natural resource STUART rARTY'-'
    board feet of tlmb!r have been I ar, the cause of half the Ills of Cooper-Smith Harry Swlnglehurst left'yester'day Joseph Phllp and other,
    taken from Florida's forests 11 the world. Protect Florida"i, forests ': te attend as delegates from the Ifc-thodlst Chur:b 1
    I I' the last 80 years. account i t to one of the most valuableof \the Stuart Oarden Club the annual charge of the 7:sq B..*.
    census I / HeldIn State convention of the at the church
    I records. all ou,' resourcesCOUTANT Nuptials Sunday. *!
    I ,. Federation of Garden W O, Aldrtdge ?
    .J' -- --'--- ---- __ Florida 'lu
    ,. 1. Club in Jacksonville Je.u.and.HiiinviUUoa?
    Ji \.1 ..r. Georgia __. 4 1045: am, service." :
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    Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Meyers and
    1 I.." OTBrJen of Port Sew-, Otorf Green T"
    j / I B.: Sm1thihave"lnounced Miss Mary and ,
    T&Gl COMMERCIAL P 1 tIOTOGR HY ] # .....:.; .1 _, j Mr and Mrs Klngsley the marriage of all are leaving Saturday for I of Atlantic Ave left 5
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    their
    / '\ their summer home In Lima, summer \'&eaUo1lit

    CUD Real Estate PhotograplAl <; ''. ,' ':,) ''I' t'I. none t \their to daughter John H., Cooper Marjorie of Jack Wl Ohio ____-lug,, Pa. -- -

    ATVAd v ': : ,. sonvllle. The wedding took place -
    ractive Photo of Your Fishing Party and Catch, i April 1} at Folkiton Ga., with Ii- WIVES AND MOTHERS OP DRINKINa M7TALCOHOLISM "
    r' two friends from Jacksonville in

    apart ') PORTRAITS AND AERIAL GRAPHY : i attendant
    Palm t PHOTJ '. .,' aI'guuslr native of Stuart, SiMCMrfyRy Treated WINS One Wk Of .IhyR.l4Npq
    Wltbt '< 'I," : Krue\er Bldg. Box 263 / Phone 324 I wJe'a: suit and WHITE. CROSS Pie 'Ietastles HOSPITALWIe.

    faclBislbly .. carried an arm bouquet of red 42 CMKT.I' Annie r.. '.1601 St, y
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    .. I rose bud. She U .well-known
    : ., here having attended the local
    URNITURE school and having been recently [ IIIII
    I'I 'r, .I Coulul) + ,'... employed at Daniels In the Post Ulllllllllllllil"DECKER'
    I of t Surly. llunli Lowery 3rd? Office Arcade. ,

    JALITY . STYLE *fl CHARMFor EcknlWU and Peggy Hark Cooper is the ion of Mrs. Roxie
    I J's I too lul. f for the pictire Harper of Palm City and attended 0 3 'lee North of Stuart on U, / 1
    Living ryx>m, Bed Room, Dining loom and Kitchen '\ alxitisv 1 u. Lc'j.llhm l' M,UK Lustiness and the Stuart school before joinIng DELICIOUS
    | lhxti lkBlt 1I ? oiF+lK '-=, In which he served
    the
    hnx r \IL'ff\I, Our Line .Is Con lets I I hi !1. :. k, fSKI : Ihl i ullilicidK!;, \ ; \ ,' \ daughter \ He Is employed by the
    3HI VISIT WILL CON CE YOU rigid!: ) h'uu !" !'1. "I i ps Il "4 "r-. u l1Ir'I." \'I. ,I," ,,,"Slim!R ,(],,,,, enyears.NCA das Company of Jackson 0 FR\ZEN CUSTArfS
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    1 i the couple will \ /
    vllle where
    '' young ALSO
    ( : Rod enbury Furniture2nd Van de Water; CALENDAR OF EVENTS IN MARTIN COUNTY make their .homeLfcPOINTES -e-, a Hot Dogs\Hamburger/ toffee

    Coil Ave, A and N, jft t0 Fort Pierce TI1tJRS.APR. 22 Acacia i Lodge: ; ISO, F and A.. M Woo I ( Elkins Vows S Pi m.; Dutch' Treat Club: Civic Center, 1:30: ( p. m Mr and Mrs. Oerald La PolnU | Watch For Our StanVlii.t South /cfseo Cut-Off]

    Ic I FRI.. APR 23 Klwaiiis Club. Woman Club, J4:15; net lor phy1ifK : were honored by a group of their II
    ?i lntiltti li iiiiiiiniiiMiiMiiiMiiii I I II I II IIIII III I I IIIII II I I IIhIIIIIIHI
    !: odesol, uudihs'tum. 8 p, in.; Amerk Legion! meeting, East friends at a supper-dance at the
    r 'JOE"OSLEY To Be t TakenThe Slit St. hd<]. 8 p. ni, Hendrickson Snack Shop at Jensen -
    S\l. Al'H.\ 24 ; wink Beach ocean front Monday
    Community ,, Sult'fllt\. \ Civic! Center site; American -
    surprise
    t evening The party was a
    Legion Jam, Civic .
    marriage of Jean Van de Center 8pm before the departure of the
    PLBMBING Water daughter of Mr and Mis MOV( ; ? APR 2? ) v-we mooing; Ladiit Auxiliary, Gulf and Country U Polntes for Connecticut :about
    Donald G. Van de Water/ to Club covered-dish lum.heonf tlubhouse, St, Cuttiurnic'i Guild May t Attending were Mrs Stu- ELECT
    JOBBIlii Isaac Matthew Elkins, Jr? son Epiwxpttl; palish/ IU'IUSI.3! p.. m ?Jr GA HA uud Sunbeam, Bup art Springer and sons Philip
    .. CONTRACTING of Mr and Mrs I. M Elkliu of list Church .4pm. lut. GA. Baptist: Church 4 p, 111 County and Johnnie, Mr, and Mrs. Joseph -
    Prompt, Efficicfc Service jf- All Work Guaranteed Tropical Farms, wlI be solemnized Council PTAomuin Cluh, 10 a, m, Repeat ptrf mnuiite,, Rich and..son George. Mr.
    iGHT fR DAY \ Sunday at 3 pm. at the stole pluV, high school audilnriunt 12:45 t and Mrs. Charles Conrad, the
    home of the prides parents la i Rev, T. J Geary Miss Phyllis
    Just Phne Tropical Farina Miss Van de TCE. APR k7 1.0.0.F. Was m.u Bell, Jt p. rn 1,1, W M S1, Nap- end Miss Jo Ann Constance, Mrs. RANSOMR.
    246BRAD Water was graduated from Mar list Church, 7;30 p' in. UCT supper meeting Stuart hotel, (Catherine Walsh, Miss Dee Kennedy -
    tin County Hlah School last 8:15: p: m., Mrs Nellie Pezzont Mr.
    June The groom:elect was formerly UED APR: 28 Rotury. diislidins 12:15; Murtm l G>unty High and Mrs. Fred Hendrlckson, Mr. 2'S
    of Pahokee School Conceit City Park Sukrnn, 8 p. m.; S. S. council dinner and Mrs Otto Kubln Mr. and

    IRATES Baptist diiirdi, 6 30; /bib grade lx-acII'1Y! lM be.Sound Beach Mrs. Ellsworth Bchnerbusch Mr. .
    s HUNSINGER.BONHAMWEDDING 4 7 and Mrs. Joseph Bauch'r, prfrcnu ..

    IS HELD TIIURS.,.'APR\, 29 Unmans Club Luniiienn, Cliiiluilin, 1 of Mri La PolnU'Mr and
    p in; Mrs R, W, Hartman Jr Mrs. :
    TILTO
    IN' NEW JERSEYThe Girl Sumer Civic Center, 4 p. m.: Dutch Treat Club Civic Cruder: Fred Rlcou, Mr and Mrs S." Meyer -
    HI HIr Anw.q 5..y wnd.lu ceh.d 1:30 1:: () p. m; \rgitulile Crops[ Field Day Seminole Inn, Indian and house guests, Miss Beat- s
    marriage of Ruth Ida don town' 2:30: m ,
    durl.q Ik* IwMlKlh enlurrMcuub radIe p rice Falrclough and M C.
    I II ham of Brtdgeton N. J to Lloyd 4 Beucher ForYour
    e ul l abort all a ti e1 ,. Hunslnger, eon of :Mr. and Mrs A
    NOTE
    ; Publicity clialrmii oj kUrtm If lice a.ePoutmaster -
    .sblnd's.elU..es et em an Alton O Hunslnger of Stuart County, activilK.
    thow that would lain ad d took place April 15 at the F.orl of Your organization are Dot appearing in the CaIl dar, pkxue ,Ralph W Hartman Commissi
    call who is annual leave Cdunty
    on
    lk> modon maivol br n aacell.d Street Baptist Church In Bridge }tau IllllKlillltt'II1elltslo, llw! week ahead of the pulilicatiiui ier
    from the local office, and son,
    wwala.ad soma Da'ru.dryayro.Auabm ton with the Rev MIlo Singer date In to THE. :: $TUART'EWS! on nr before Tuesday, each
    I Brady, spent Saturday and Sun
    performing the weil .
    eel. ceremony.Prior day on a week-end sight-fleeing DISTRICT NO i
    liar ad. by thth b.+ el to her marriage the bride '
    ; n sue trip to St. Augustlm and Ma-
    1 yeedada Only a M.d Dad., Ii was a winter visitor in Stuart :i B. F. tangloia, who during hi.J Jthreemonth ] rlneland (Studios
    The groom I. a graduate ai Martin INDUSTRYDESCRIBED
    JENSEN BEAi
    pala.d a.dwgea. a.ibe bae.r / I m -
    Dby ea e.me kbloedeb.tudrt I County High School. Follow ;residence' herd this Mr Lend' Mrs. L. JL Halbach .
    Ing wddlng trip to Philadelphia Inter knowrr hln
    a became for 1| of Vero Beach were Sunday
    the young couple came tIJ t two hobbles, bass fishing ancTthecircus guests of their daughter's famIly MAY 4th PRIMARY
    Florida where they are VlblUn9( dividing hid between j ; Mr. and Mrs Ted Chambersand !
    time\
    I :
    his parents Their home will be Yin Vote and Support Appreciated
    Druq J Jf
    orp Stuart and Sarasota In pursuitof children, .Mr. and Mrs w.
    1 Phone 11 Night hone IREXALL In Miami where he li :inplovea them, has returned home tot I f B. Bruner of Hobe Sound joined tr.1e r.txW.t adv.Nrra
    AT
    STO MRS. JONES ATTENDING fEO MEET Ha ttaburg. Pa, _._. ___
    HOMANS CLUB MEETING ,
    l Mrs Franklin D:Jones> newly-i w Id >
    elected president' the Stuart :I Miss Anna J. Ounn and sister, .

    Woman Club, left Tuesday ,for I I Mist Ten Ounn, were hostesses .
    UY NOW FOM MEMO TO ADAERTISCRSNewsier .
    St. Petersburg to represent the i!|to Chapter P of thy J.O.: slater, ;
    Stuart club at the annual convention :,'
    < \hood Monday evening at their
    of Federated Women'sCipbs
    tl er's ay convening yesterday and ',\!home On Osceola I Avenue psTU ) .

    l :today The international forum, I, lons and plans for the chapter s nssareM eb sl atessa ,1. I I
    P a discussion of a closer: relation I Ttof the coming year occupied 1
    \ I I C selection is large ship between the Americas, at I (the business hour presided. Over ..
    which women for several countries ''
    I 04- prices are low are participating, 1 111 attracting by, Mrs. ,SU.nleSmith' ]/ pr'alr, '
    widespread ,, dent. : :
    USE
    OUR ;
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    attentlon.j <
    Mrs, L. W. Fike, f I The program for the evening: "
    I. AWAY PLAN of Mrs Jones and post-president with Mrs. H. O. Gardner Jensen ,
    of the Stuart Club, accompani"! Beach in charge, was an inter.I .
    Jones. Mr. Flkc also made ,I flUng talk on agar Mrs O ard-
    the 8'I trip I I net, well-informed on her subject
    c. E. WALKSR -- I \told of the processing of
    i t"" Dr Henry Vorls of East 5'1. this product from the gathering
    Jewelers Louis, III., arrived" Friday to rejoin I of the red seaweed In the Indian
    OSCEOLA ] his wife I and spend the next +, River off Jensen Beach to the I
    A SWART I month at their winter home in I I finished packaged\ prOduct. This
    Jensen B"achr apecial seawed, of which there]
    4. .1 are 12 types, 'develops in deep) F
    muddy water but owlnir to the
    I Udes and wind action, the-Indi within f j
    '
    I.an River offers the same pro-
    tectlon to the plant it would re- ,

    :f drive In deep waters, she said. ,
    The product, Vegetable gelatin, ;
    L I! differs from the animal gelatin 1
    ,,1 ..
    I '|II In. its strength and tenure, and : /ANEWSPAPER j
    j looks its part that Of pablum, ""
    i'l' II II'f being used in .a variety of food (
    I, I products, 'as well as for dental I

    .j Impressions Value of tin and finished cosmetics product :, J.EOPLE buy this rJKspapcr for news of at you need and have a Tight to know 1

    ll.I I is about' system)13 a pound of preparation The mechtnlzed of- \ ..'' "' "the world, the couj I y and our community ,'w 'n you buy advertising space,tf.'if new*. i
    II
    .I the agar Is much superior to the '. In particular readers are also inter- pal\I is I.a member of the Audit bureau ofCireitions
    methpds formerly used by Japan I
    ,
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    it at one time the only source of ; ('r;i :,ested an news ut food, clothes, enter- .
    .'
    t ,) production Delegates, to she the concluded.State convention IUinment j, aiwinobiles, furniture and all E t\shed in 1914, the Bureau, is a I

    4a (K Mrs. Stanley Smith'' and <.: of the;: necejWies and luxuries that have national, ooperative ,association of lOOQ '
    Mrs. Evans Crary will go to '
    i Tampa for the sessions tomorrow ',to do( with Juily living advcrtiscriVidvertuing agencies and pub
    and Saturday ,Mrs Earl J. fishers t Its
    \rpose
    I is furnish ad'vcrtisThrou
    I IL Bank for Farmers P.lcou will attend as a visitor advertising in this' paper you to *

    The hostesses. assisted by Mrs. I," readers the iodate ors with. verifiVreports\ on the circujatiort
    can giv jur up- news:
    Ivan '
    I Taylor and Mrs a R Ash-! of its
    I ley, served refreshment to 17members. tbout Tut. merchandise and services. Each publisher Ambers. ; j
    J I Mrs Joe M. Phllp At regular interVib one of the Doreen J
    11 Where you always recVve the wiy be hostess to the chapter ono f your advertisements can be a nroi'
    for the May 3 meeting at her trained auditor n\kes. an audit of our :J

    friendly understanding of\ institution home in Eldorado Heights. Re, pn within t newspaper.W circulation records j\t banlt: '
    : I .
    an ports of the' convention will be ,j as the eK m-
    given and letters from : should know all about the circuitFm finer Vur
    Y thoroughly familia\ with I nonresident /makes a check of tank's records.;
    members will be '
    read.
    of the that i.
    : newspaper carrying theThe information thusol\ame4'

    farming and farm problem [of,Capt and Mrs,'Benjamin;;' Boyd .. FIJCWS) of f your business. J How many people in official A. B. C reporX..A\her is*published you buy
    Lynbrook N. .
    Y are now in
    I their new home In Binary Addition. buy the paper? Where are they located.. ? space in this newspaper ou know just

    I Capt. Boyd who If chief How was the circulation obtained? To what in
    give Circulation value.! for
    lire Inspector in his city, retires \you .get
    next year. when he and Mrs \ou this information and many other facts the money invested. i
    I Boyd will make Stuart their
    I [TIZENS BANK OF STUART yfar-round horn 'Quests of the
    Boyds from Lynbrook are Mr. THE
    I and Mrs Leo De Arristlo. He STUART NEW!
    Maflber The Federal Reserve System, and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporat\o, : I Is a movie official: the East ;

    1 I WIVES ENTERTAINED

    The Bank of Personal Service I The Episcopal their 'wives Ment. at Club a supper entertained -- _I I ,1", ,/,...,.,, ...In""!A. t ..".. ., O".A.I/.. .cwpy

    .van |\ at the Pariah House Tuesday I v.ar 14",1-1." ). ''' O''Ilvi"IeJtuft,,4fil. ,,
    '" ,,,,,,,"",, fhlstA .
    !evening. Miss Alice D hon Was
    J' the chairman in charge of ar-I

    I rangemenu. I B, (. a AUDIT BUREAU Of CiRCULATIONS FACTS AS A MEASURE OF ADVERTISING v.uUl


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    TDK STUART NEWS,STUART*, MARTIN COUNTY,FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL H, IHt PAGE NINE


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    "':'\',''J, INSTRUCTIONS,: TO Voti "for any Candid( t. make a Cross (X) .t the Right of hi. Name L; ,

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    For Presidential. EIectorJGroop 1 'I' For. Democratic National dom'miti e.Man For Delega&National Democratic Convention For State Representative. : {
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    Ira, fnrOM) \ .' ALBERT ABBOTT 7 Q] _(vOW> for',aLAS i. (Uh. ....i.0, GEORGE KEITH Q

    hEU J'. ADEEB I I 0 IRA ABBOTTALBERT T* P MRS. J. R. ASBELLr* P' HENRY P. LYONS 0 i

    HELEN HUNT WEST' 0 ,ABBOUD 0 HELENH.BARR3T T D M. H, ROWELL \ 0 '

    For Presidential' Elector' ; :, ,' JOSEPH R. ALLSOPP '"''I "'* p MRS. ELGIN: tJAYLES&J.' 'J./.. D I

    Croup Threjo / JAMES HERBERT ANDREWS 'I 'jQ HELEN S. BAYNARD ** f g ".Sheriff, :
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    Volo for o..i.j. '
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    JOHN 0. JACKSQN : 0To ALBERT.E. DARKS Q MRS WALTER TRICE' BEVIS '"' fj ROY C. BAKER 0G. i D:::

    T. Sbi1flL JR. k: f d 1 HINTON BRADBURY '"""'" Q MRS. AGNES BREIG .Q M, (DICK) HANCOCK. .'::2(
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    For Presidential Elector J MORRIS M, BROWN' .\. Q MYRTLE BROWN [j For Tax Assessor: ,

    Five '. / PAUL BRQWN ? P MRS. EVANS CRARY QHALUE1M.
    Group 't' '
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    Ira as owl, S.-; JERRY W. CARTER P] DQWLING' QIAYDEN A. C. COURSON '10HUGH : M 1 1i4
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    LOuiS. M. ANDERSEN ; "a '' '" "' '" "'"" t t'J
    J. P. {..DePASS 7 V't { MRS. M. "'
    r J 0 )! HARRiss ( B. ) [Q D. STUART ."p( & rI
    A. ; pHILLIPS (D "" *" .
    SAM FOOR Q MARGARET MASON Q I
    RAY G For County Judge: ; 'J) .
    SELDEN I
    .r GEORGE..A. LANE :. [Q EDNA PEARCE 0 ra On. i .. /' '; ..\ 1 I
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    For !Presidential'Elector: : ,: 'ARTHUR M. MCCARTHY 5 ,MRS.'JOHN PUGH P ARTHUR R. CLONTS- > :)&, j I ,;
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    Group Six. "_, JAMES WHITEHURST Q f WILLA.JAE STEERMAN' Q HARRIS R. LOWERY, JR n ',(' : t't''I'

    owlWILLIAM I Ip "1 : '
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    LUCILE C. TALLY 0 \
    !k COATS 'P 'For Democratic National Committee.. For Member Board of Public Instruction -s i't' I!, ,
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    , JOHN EPPERSONJR.; [Q Woman. (Irir ;rVWIn r. Wri.kl M .-...I4..t.III.1) ; ) District, *.: .: ,''I I j
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    MRS. J. D. ALDERMAN Q II .
    MRS. LOUISE (NEIL) ALFORD p[ : I
    Elector OTTO MATOUSEK Q: 'f'
    For Presidential ; 1 1tyiM
    MRS.LENA BIRD: Q .:'i4\ .r
    Group Seven JOSEPHINE V. BOOTH Q j' D. L. (RED) WILLIAMS Q 5 ',': ,r 1
    MRS LILLIE II. DOWDA fj )
    (V... M Owl ,.,. "- -" 4 -. ., -r. ', JOYCE M. BUTLER Q [ For County Commissioner: -Precinct 1
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    CLYDE W. ATKINSON(;> : t' .p MRS.. GAYLF HARMAN Q t,
    MRS. WALTER R. CLARK [Q ,... I' ,
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    W..F. WILKINSON'':\>. VPFor MRS. RUBY McCHESNEY 0 '. i
    ,RUBYE F. GILLOOLY 0 THOS. R. HELLIER Q Si 'U. : 1'If 1\\"
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    /' MARY D. SULLIVAN Q ', .;! J l
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    Presidential Elector: MARY MOORE (MRS. T, V.) [ :4 I
    MILDRED TAYLOR (MRS.) .
    Group Eight' 'q": 0 RANDOLPH B. SPINNEY ,,0( ,,,. ,, I t' t
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    v For Delegate National Democratic Convention HORTENSE K.WELLS [d ), 'i r
    Ala Owl > RANSOM TILTON '
    -State at Large-Men ::i
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    CLARENCE N. GUIRE ,0 f fA v i1.:1) \
    (.OI4t "","EI"I", For Delegate National Democratic Convention 'For County Commissioner-Precinct,5IVnU. -.. :
    FRANK W. HAZELTON 'P IUnwlnWIWILLIAM Sixth Congressi6nal District-r-Men: 'tr ..j.
    ALBURY fop 0.01 Ny'j, .. \d

    V. 0 (Y.). for Om) 1.1, ...,,;...., A. E. SIMS 0 : rd '( e
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    For Governor: .X, ; 4 r! HOLMES 1. ALLEN 0 .1'
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    t t .' ," CURTIS BYRD 0 HENRY{ STEFFENS, [G 'j
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    !.!.: !IfJ ROBERT IL':ANDERSON,, 0U. "' ,
    F. D. (DOC.) AKIN ; :: 0 FENWICK PAUL 'i S. ANDREWS 0 / : "
    RICHARD H. COOPER: .1':, r 0' J, E. HQ NBECK Q IV... tf O-) :j' ; \ I
    CHARLES S. AUSLEY 0 .,
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    COLIN ENGLISH "Q f W. Ax (BILL) WALL P FOX BROWN 0C i
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    ) )I. H. BASKIN ,0 "
    BENARR MacFADDEN// : Ll < CHAS H. WARWICK,.JR. HJOHN .' M, FLETCHER\: rQ|
    WESLEY C. BELCH : '
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    BASIL H POLLITT'. : '0 W.' O'BANNO 0 For Constable-Precincts-1,2. 3, '4, 5, 6Ives. I
    ROBERT C. BROWN ,0 ,. ..
    lot 0ALFRED )
    w. ATTBiLL( ,),SHANDS ... Q
    t' MILLARD I"". CALDWELL L. BENNETT 0 '
    FULLER WARREN f Q 1 ,For Delegatc.National Democratic Convention 'l
    DOYLE E. CARLTON Sixth Congressional DistrictWomen C. A. CHRISTOPHER P
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    J TOM WATSO. 0"For
    '. SINCLAIR EATON .,0( MARVIN H. CROWE .D] .
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    Attorney Ceneralt'tVa ; 'I JOE HENDRICKS O'JOHN .tV.u,lot On.) (IUoI..tn...hall For Constable-Precincts 7 &: 8

    lo Owl j i.UlCRADYBURTON .- W. L. HICKS '0.: JANE F. ALLEY 0 V.I.( )5!. 0..1) .

    \ .JD )V. E. KITE, SR. 0 ''CHRISTINE EDENF1ELD'} Q J. A. DEASE 0'c.
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    GUY: CREWS ", y. D JAMES F, MATTHEWS 0 H WALDRON [0 ,
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    RICHARD W. (DICK) ERYJN '.0 AWMMORRISON !
    : : : ., d MRS.' RUTH S. WEDGWORTH f 0 J.M. WATSON 0 'tl6.y

    HUGH L. McARTHUB ". ?' ',XQ; '
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    ;' J, HARDIN fE'1'ERSON 0 )

    ', '' HENRY C. TILLMAN ,. 0 v)
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    Hess Comptroller,.T O..) ?, _. ,_. *\.5>... 1. B.: (BUCK) VOCELLE ., (0 'SAMPLE Republican Primary Ballot tv

    EDWIN G. FRASER., "" ::0 J. IRVIN ALDEN, 0 : ,

    C. M. GAY D;" FLORIDA
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    ;A. LEE 0
    \ NORMAN STEPHEN:; STONE, JR. Q .
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    For State Treasurer:?::,'" .t ;r (t-or Hun t. tnmt.mi >roiMontliil, H..'_> 'S W '" May 4th, 1948Delegates
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    'n... ,,.OM) 7' GEORGE U. GOEBEL '" f.

    R. T. (DOC.) CARLlSLg 0 1

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    ,J. ,,' t.. ft _tl l Vtmttamt lUUonat) JAMES J. MEREDITH [J
    EDWUj LARSON,,f"t. ., P. ir r flololM L Wrl t to Republican Conven Irw I....... a. atw.. w h5Wwt).) Nslw.)
    DR. WARREN E. ANDERSON' P tJon--State at Large'

    for ; Public I V: *: v.) lur.... M. DUNCAN HELD 0
    State Superintendent of. .. .
    GEORGE IIr/ASBELL0 : I U.I..I.. '"I fj55
    Jnslructioni: / ,
    .,.. FRED i". CONE Q[ ALEX AKERMAN, JR.- q Sixth Congressional Dilltrlct-Men or Lt '
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    DAVID A, DOUGLAS 0 Ikaa' wl IU.I.."._, i I
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    TOM!), BAILEY!,; / EARLE W. DAY f P r
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    MILES H.. DRAPER 0 C. C. AUSHERMAN 0 i
    ,ROBERT 'E.-a.pONNELL CJ
    D, DOLLEY 0 I
    .HENRY K.. GIBSON i 0 SAM GILLIAN 0
    ROBERT c. MARSHALL:,, p CARlIIANTON'{ ..... .D Go ernor
    0'ADOLPH G. WULFf []
    FRANK O. TAYLOR! JR. 0 B.: GEORGE GRIFFlTlI [

    I rOr"Comml lon tf, '"A1'rlt lture: "" g' 1. LEONARD LEWIS 0 r
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    NATHAN( MAYO; > T" "'. h (U.IwarsWS ofis
    11I>':" FRANCIS MeHALE:1: .0 OLIVE ALEXANDER. 0
    AMMON McCLELLAN ... '/' /'1 Jt+f1.iI' .: '''}:'' \
    SPADES'b ', 0
    ". C'C. III.
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    Ral1ro( Publl UUlfties t EDWARD TURVIILE 0
    Conmlaclpner .. Tbs.u.u._ .. rrsI/.MM. _w.) F ordJ
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    : ,' -. JOHN 1. COGDIGLII 0
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    '_ .n.lah. )..alw.l..w ,, _. BERT LEE ACKER 0
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    rACE tEN THE STUART HEWS, STUART, MARTIN COUNTY) FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL U, 1942$1C ___
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    Published every Thursday at MERELY A THREAT

    Stuart Martin County, Florida Futltei: Tt yes (Jeket( } sfl, L
    by Stuart Dally News, Inc. a ,"
    a air
    come wltmeJoik
    i Florida corporation. :: I )young' mon '
    1 "ferIII/ !goin( M! lick me ,
    mall
    Entered second-clans
    TEL M IV. are Father?" OH! THOSE GOLDEN HORSES?
    n I matter at the post office atM l n r you.
    1i that! Dill r I tell.
    1 Father: 1 dm
    CUD Stuart, Florida under,Ule AcU r this that 1 fd sittle wi ll tin Golden Han "*" or bread Wheat lid he COlllf //roIrI

    T VIr FREE PRESS ,of March 8, 1879as yer sir fro. .bad morning heho..k"P"In'k Out of ills' era! aeeort/ing/ {: d to mythology Could he 'have, bee rte' '

    a Ad+ I A w YEARS OF 1 SERVICE : "A y. but thought It was darkly/! .'/ the AmWw./ Foolish qletkanr.' perfitf/w. In WillIf\

    spanpalm and rM it at D.I" N... .... u.ee.uv i :: I on Joke. like ",hln wi'y.him tch."lhe Cfftlod INdk'f among, "horsemen /Krt/ Golden/ Homes (Pul""" "",,Cl'; j jMfu
    'Hfe -
    1 or Ur r.t'J':: "", tlu 4iw..n.: gnicer" y.'d !m only' ,
    A FREE PEOPLE IMior f 4u Rtnrt area IS The Nnirator, Ptlliam. Corrgt6! !(
    WttluIactfit whhk IaIY h ana tm ikn Tml-a.uA Mu N.fatales.n ri..tOll MNorrY t1k 1 1t Tlie moist, beautiful horse I can ever remember" seeing was )
    r. III'' rM. xharl UH..t; N.... t lil+ t t M1I SUSPICIOUS by a dark skinned, wikl looking tribesman crowing Calutu Iwkl *it
    atblr ore,lY ,Inlnun"rO"ndMI,,, w.01UU.fnrmnb. howa. ltd n VMftHoriJ tM. 1 i, ,,7 s 1 rsirMvife I,,.CojiscleiitiiBisclHwn, : "r ouMn'l t connects: Mambul, the okl city of Constantinople, wfth' Pent, the L,
    kwtY. .. 'll....*lo..'. serve as a Juror, Judge One" 1 kml- ....kill. 1 hat was< almost forty years ago. .My eyes) popped likr-fi,
    ------ '- -- at that follow convinces me lien frrecriKkeij< si I watched"" that gorgcnus animal prance al..,. II, ,..w

    !guilty"
    Judye: 'Sh" shll'hits the, district tiling both. lior and rider t wound) up It the hitching. fork|.< d,,

    MEMBER @ 19.48 uttornev" -' The lliilan-tlp. ruir hi"' a rtig. mart The rioter 1 was told\, came from deep in the heat" site

    banks< Alaska.prnFECT far away desert. He was an oriental jug merchant and lisp kite. ?
    : CXXHfeRATlOVFor > : Arabian. the and anatomy( the horse were" strangely familiar! fAa
    I nmiuthm( .., interested me M much: as lilt eokirI .
    3 several. montlis) a j jewt''k* had ,
    J-DWIN A UKfcNINGKS .:. .. not
    | ERMCKT: r. LYONS '" ''... ,,'I'ubll"w. ,Edlt." window each mortiing t );0 WIN A. MFNNlNCIca. JR. n.. .. Cltj! 'Saris.. watch with the )jewek! "r's cloth. One 1 mnatutfd Jme'Blg'uPaitlirnon/ // and Ma become miioimMy "fa"" ,
    wqLi4M N. MITCHELL '" =, Nups.w !tnorning the jomler Mid! t h. him. flan// uM/ to,mr* designed,; "II/ l the sculptor// JViWlw for 'hb, jumout )jrinrhri

    1 loll. NARY U, MENN1NOERlim. NARTNAN ." '''. .ttaelety = lt'af' +, iu 0*, "1 have notlcfd you itoppiug!t)( here, >.rf. A/iril(/. ,. on the, ivfcmij P// Crete, I had a tmaff host recording hoe J (
    every morning I !! to clack vinir 'Wllldl'! ins'rrorntgunnlndimiiegt/sltnmetelegend of Mince "ml the Mimdwuu
    MTEs'
    SUBSCRIPTION : ol itll" tooth/ then /irtfcMi Being< Jiaw/y' with. pencil, / wc
    iMa mid 1 I'm glad! thut 1 can Iw mnnejpervtee < trfmmy
    ( mtNaar 0. Yu sloe T. Tw. .. .aart.11.d..oI.
    s i I .7' dt 1 i iff/Mfb/ "thationprtnfrd' ihrnudvft im 'my !youngu .. ..... ;;; ;;:- ; ; _, .IprI" ,' t" you
    1 "
    4.' kn.e'lkt nn .oeNeNlon.o5.51aaabh' The .nvwah.wMrt.maml' meal _1MThIA. *1'11the engineer over at the) '. It m"I'to l me, as I studied this golden "horse, IH. might Kwstepped
    .-..... .Prwa .a ..: : ru the .nu f' r LwWleatarx' M ..afro 1n'f Pprow" iron wiiiVi," '(Iw man replied? "I' II"11 of !some mythological works There war mi inliipie I appr'

    blow the whlstlt by my watch, awn' alMIHI ,Inn 'timdiniiiitHin, He (niggrrtml 1 the dixxirative( IIn.d w In.tur .
    NATIONAL EDITORIAL- wlmlt I tlictk/ every morning with 0 luirm' 1 hud drawn in Allioiuh\ ,mudiU for whkh were Arjbuun.

    ... I 199 ''AT'ON' your ", ,,,,'k bifore I go t to work" / wiji' tlld.! /'

    Thus' a gniKl 0119 on \both olus Himitwn hands high, 1,000 pounds, a short"' back, leg sleek l lot
    ". MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PKFSSA !" eieliilined! the 'Jpwtler, lor 1 trn"J(. wide \between the rye. a dip hi face profile, dux:.lile jaw Imnq' ,
    Ise'" ucUI. l Pan .I.1,1 111.* .uhnlnly I..M ll n.. far n*" Mlratki I tt (0 *ht set my ckifk with your wl"mtki.Sulunilted ."'- pklrmltd !it,,,*,llk bulging l forthead( ., appeaiWI to be Phidhn 'hp
    ,
    :awl "n anat.d I. 151. Ynup..a well > nil AP Mrr alnWt5aw,
    by II mier Urnllcv, Mil (Ixsie I shall always rt-ii) .inlirr him and have since wen hut OIKiHira (,"*!,,

    EDITORIALLY SPEAKING In, Sun Antonai Ttitnxj tint iipprnailirtl I him, in rntdosmaikssard color) I li.n, dnwcMidi {,
    ""'"" *r*- 'nil if tae omld tune been throwback from away back so, elf,,,
    The'Stuart News. circulation is boo'min,. Our Sept. SURPRISE/ : by Mol h'r Xalitre; to perpetuate an orlglnul breed, or.if, t pcrlnip' l hews
    : showed nubwnbera JUTW fattest; "I |lead sloe ('lnt'
    .Wfl9tf, ABC audit report 1 1,423 paid <
    C "I tin I kal| '
    coMM im < Ilt'ritug"(
    ';
    Last .week we published 2000 newspapers and were still MIt i ike :1 wlien )you\ mine in tot
    b Spx'onfotMmew; ,' [ n/trn/ oust. Mrieitlnf'/ floss t; cff imliumnrmrr PPro1rrtf1u / ,
    night _
    iHiblti to meet the demand. This utek (printing' li 2.250 nnrt ,, r r, Mary
    newspapers "at to o r .. a Mdry1'.. Did, It winild hav' {.1U reewos revlarm' faaciarnd with; the thesis of flick ,.110/11", /
    plc J" r y : stunk II. but I ttoj?ped it tii" it / wcrrtury' of the California/ Palomino Hone Aftnciatina, .hI'' I.

    \, hich reminds us to remind you that you can secure {II :. Nywwt J argarC', lweR WOiildnt waken" )you seaooo/aituon'/, /' ; ( fiE f liar/ Lorf Continent of Atlantl, when l"+u."wl I.ufIf .

    yopr copy of The Stuart News every week through the -- ---- .. iftrim's were /.llltlth/ ( the pomliiltty that' the C:,Mrn llmn, i,
    mails for only $3 $5 for two watermelon culture than but tinClviriol/ /! (if fir. Sim foiiiKtafeta' / / from rising paws cows/ mrmnkkpeaks "
    per year or years Individual subscript" of 1 180 nf'\\qlftIH'1"\| | got a glimpse of the St. thaI dusting is more alarmed tn spraying
    H irk /I. fiK/uy/' *.1'1I10'1111/ price ot the newspaper is lOc. On a one ytar'/lMUbAl'riptJml! the' dl this is a we do Hot have, the time! to, discuss lace now The ernesIKHI
    1.ueif River and the I town of Stuart not to omit print A/riiitN/ Hwlnliiild, l> Vim'UK'inn trtnlif' .
    ij
    jon lave $2.20. and on a two year subscription\ von save I tinvui'-hfn/ landmark ol tlx Lighthouse. Stuart and Fort Ins ,"Does ft to apply] fungicklt?" and,
    .-40.: ,- / come up wry forcibly )pay It it in intending fnrl't'.t' townnl an ending wlikli, nu prone
    .. .. I I'i ii ere: were mentioned in the dialogue of the sttrlp Zack, in my 1947 triads! while I ulitililicd very nice control of the Trod, disusci (cooed! ..1I Ilossre I story 'of> Mumil\, and the Minotaur the reconff" nf>I ahI F Fi ,1

    It sure is easy to criticize the other fellow's profefutionFpt here who lives i III known in tin IM\'IIIIjway'\"th \ viaor'|Section cartoonist"of St Lucie because Estates he antlir.iciMise' and downy)' ,mildew, the,1.liter (if wliKh will refer( to \litter; i |K.I....IHI.,illy haW and sketched my) note hooki! yeah) ': kgo

    have huffed and puffed at the data.. converted. dollar and there 1 11lI'oe 1 ? I like dream the
    : years we photographswhich constantly plugs for aviation in hh i nationally syndicated tn more d"IIIII.t whop were to cents mythology Why not to original' hoof
    \ have come our way from the professionals for news heroic strip He is an outstanding citizen; of our community worried hi be no great value obtained by dusting In fart, with early p>'rhu''' |" sot Amblun'coo' mot of the lea. and the goklcn hone I uw
    payer( > illustration This Spring we acquired a camera of always ready to lend hiM hand civically and was the iii'u u distinct advantage to the inckin, grower, it was noted that nukinswitured "waa II dl.'K't'I\t.' qit I.f die !lad hone on the Sun chariot. A (ftlk.iw net'
    out' own to get "something better than snapshots" and they : !lir thrown, but of show oiled.\ off the turf for ],
    park-pluff for the recent action which brought ourbridgesto.theoceandream" incire slowly on dusted vines, than on the< still turn out snapshots-so we take our hat off to the pro ._ ____
    out of limbo into realistic The! reason for this is that the fungi were 1 knocking down the leave oooe oon
    fe tionaU. By the way did you know that Fete de Mops, the thmkk ail the rmlcmi Even the '
    action An example. hw close feeling for our area was on were 1""llIriligiol though TORooo
    j who used to be F.P.&I. manager here, took up photography I the map Khowinjr the route tlf the bridges published en thel1Ij'e dusted vinos produced mure' im.knn in aggregate, than the t'heck.vines, i. WITH THE OTHER EDI
    1 a: a hobby and in now the chief muck-a-murk of the Dashed oft? rlie, stale, much, off, the hecks he did off the dinted
    front \ of The News three weeks ago. grower HI money as caOI'lOcc::: : =:aOClOco.sOCloclOClO:: =
    .i i-aiin errs Beach county amateur photop-rapherasociety Will hardly That map took fl-lot of advance thought vines Tliis, may Iw duo |10 chance, .194? was peculiar! III otboT respects, '
    and preparation. ; an, Aerial photograph, wa secured. snot,( but It dm's illiihlruto what I wish to bring Out, how Is one to decide if I I Uml OAK, (Kan) HERALD)
    This Is time of when fond adieu If Pm.fdTst'Tromnn, .. )
    i i the year we bids to klmuld Research tool l his advisor! cannnf nm this country! searwt'pklog .
    carefully lettered, and the final drawing representedwhale yt one recommend\ the application of "fungkojd'e year
    the tourists and'lnter residents "who choose Martin 'of A lot of work at which the) midnight oil wa" after your alms will answer the jiieilMni.' We'will, at the" some time'.r ; f war with alone oilier nation there. iliotild be a Hmigr' hU
    County as ."the finest pace in Florida The frlendlhiPtfm'de I .liitagto( n_ Tim; nation does not want"...,,' there ore! no k>JKi
    burned Thanks, Zatk your town appreclItel'out iiml, mt which Is the 1 lest" fungKKle to me. Alas. a value in controlIs I
    and our mutual love for this establish bond rew! < area war chance
    a I peoples Europe a to work out the
    triendly efforts ai! a eitlzt>)1. \keeping. out of melon fields when the vines are wet; contact) spreads '
    above and beyond the frequently mentioned commercial .... ....... ... ... -= own pn lilemj/ and muse their own decUkxu Nobody has told l us vlul
    : :::: -- : -:::: : =-:.. :;,..-. .----. the fungi Keteurch is under wJy at Leesburgh to develop! an antlirac.
    News feels that it be for them .G -"* -" MV OGOHorticulturally .. ,
    .sped The Would right was won in the last" War or Justified the leaden of America hoe tniirdtlie (
    t>llo know that we like them for themselves, and will be nose I'f'sMllntIU'WIY ot melon, If successful spraying or dusting will i niitimi, Into it. Those who were not> apart enough!( to get the hiicoiprruticw .
    : be for control this In
    for
    not : of disease! summ ilioa! ,
    genuinely happy to gee them on their return next season Speaking! necessary gummy. of the people in, time of 1 knew they would f the
    get
    I peace
    and the. ,
    should
    Y rY stem. blight aiithracnoee (control melon seeds be treated
    ,-: ; OClO====:llOClO OClQ with eklse,5|. \' \ tv Scmesan, Ixfore planting. If annulled seed)) 1 nation was at war. Mucli (the! same. type of thinking. b now Ming lees.
    Ever stop( to think of the principal attraction of the 0' OClO 'lie by 4litKis1' ,tlw( tame group, ,
    ate pi.mice!1. ( I 1.IIJfJO) corrosive. suhlimiita." treatment 'followed by the
    town of Stuart for the winter visitor Looking out of this Tile fuHowIng ankle wan; presented at lilt annual! meeting of the \ ,''- ', -:--- .
    office! window right now we! count 17 beautiful coconut Fondle/ 1 Shull;( llurtu ult' mil Society at Si frlfnlaitf/ November/ 1947. thorough wjsliing m niiiiiiug water or several changes of willet may Iw (COLUMBUS;( (Miss.) COMMERCIAL DISPAKII)
    r alms, so graceful that they might be growing on a tropical } substituted" If it j is dcsmnls to dust or spray present findings advise It doem'l l< luke a pt'I'II'IO'o' ( diwernmetil. to t11111.11, (fiSfu '
    It\ TER\fEU.() S the use of, Jlithaiie-rinc-lime or trilwsic sulfate[ for best control great
    South ft as isle. Some are outlined against the St. copper bit ol the hue and for a Soutbern.. rebellion h being mmlIwpnf,,,
    of iintlirucnose<< J..but Wi do Wit yet know when.. or IKIW often to apply cry
    ( TAHRIS
    Lute River "making scenery" at a treat rate. Anywhere Hv ( K LcslurR .ltsskmyl l P'.IItHIIJlt. sloe, are more interested l in furthering.. their OWl
    hi the town of Stuart whether itn the business or resilenlial CONTINUED)< FROM 1 LAST WEEK the fungicides umlrr, avenge condition Lafsr.hould be odUsed. to ninlnliiiris Ihllllin the welfare of Dixie '
    out of the melon folds when the vines wet with dew orrabL,
    sections the theme of stately coconut palirls is spry are !
    For that ..
    ihe predominant attraction, as witness the beautiful palm I As a sklijlit! mi tow BUklce. this variety ba been accepted and The next disease" we must conudt if downy mildew, which f is the DatHinal. reason (he people have no! assurance tbnr at biggest}

    at Xt&ney Circle;,, Food for thought :. had these palms not is liked in st.ilossinh' as Mrginui. Mivsottri' IX it-ware., Maryland TeiuJ,, worst disease of cncnmlicrs, in Florida, and piles cuiumben are wkldy. not .('II'mil convention to the Truman wow. of those woo have raised the tai
    III
    been planted fifteen to forty years ago what would the I Oklahoma, and New Mcxkn' which lire places" less interested in earli grown( during!' most> of the year, there js an abundant source of Inoculum Faction Some politic-din have a halm l
    TOwn> look like now ? If you want to see something genu- new. I I'' :imiinor. 1 saw iituiiv irnlonn, in Mulligan and Indiana that lor wiitertnuloM The fungus (overwinters a in tlw Everi>ludea or farther" hog. !! ,one way 'load'"! acting another If nil those who now advoc' it, crudagainst !

    inely hare and ugly, take a gander at an old photo taken wen \,IIM| 11 d'Hibt mir Bl nkkc. 80, toe work of Dr. Walker him not I "south on wild cucumbers or volunteer-tutumbei. or even on cntumlirrs. tlie.. 'I i miiuin, .. will, hang together, all the way thronglj' tlx.Vln f'l't
    01 this location when it was nothing but a raw pineapple I Urn >.I I "t, ty\ ifi. vuiiL Rrnwnk'e[ and linjiroved resburg da not Men) I 111 small (backyard\.. kits and I kitdien_ gUNk-", out of the range of( frost jxiwer iM led to brat hillII,, however, the/ are liouilit!( .. iBJ\1
    plantation back in the days of the pioneers. The planter : t III IK- 11111"1,, li, 'arlol'r, tlimi the DlKkk, ami 1 doubt t if florula growers No OHO luis, "shown Hint downy, mildew in Florida in the spring, n not milNiniil I, ," ,pirty: )' "tailors, at has 11I't'fI dime In the post, den lose people'
    WKI 11\ lod them
    v will have
    ot trees have made the beauty we enjoy today I.its do I will'] iii,., tin-in" or ,ine tUm until they have to We are attempting to 'Initiated from Cuba Some years utitliracnose precedes downy miklew been betrayed 1'IrnNilll't'l\ \ nlotalthey
    \\l\\ ''''; r. litipnivi the<
    1 rrDr. lor control, of Hisiiriiim/ wilt use wilt-resistant varietiel or line land !Inlay to separate the two diseases by outward appearance and for final' (CULLMAN (Ala) TRIBUNE) J
    Talmad/e; Wilson of the BeMey Addition is a hibiscus lieu has not. suppirted' mcliuis for. 8 to 10 yuirs if usceptible'varietiei analysis ft miscroscope may be needed. Downy; mildew dot not at.tack Tlr way tin' Demoorats are deserting Truman it appears lt..,),
    k kI :: fancier He has more tnan\ a score of beautiful are used' Our work at .Ixvkluirg bus shown Jhat if wilt resistant the item or( fruit of the melon Inasmuch M the mildew spermare hm faRom, off ll*: bandwagon and landed on a garbage \nick<.

    grafted varieties displaying as many variations of color vurii-UtK are pi.mlrd on old melim, land]. do ton do to until 2.3 yean" not camel on the seed, but blown In by the wind, seed treatmentb
    and shape of flowers. This is a most Interesting hobby- have elpinl\\ J tbtre' melees wer.* last plantedaliTmiloiMuitliriKiHiw ,I of no value against /mildew What has been aid of dusting or sprayIng -* (MOSINEE; : (Wis.) TIMES) ,
    and which huge dividends in satisfaction. for nntliracnose Stuwp, ; lm dlsplnrd/ Iremendcms' amount i' of !' feculnpiiign 1 M
    one pays \\ und w.Jll'nn"nllImmY'lt"lII' /( blight are control applies etjuilly! well for fungicide appllca a Mum!!
    I sees important stein, leul. and (nut diseases that can be discussed togetlief (toss against downy mildew At Leesburg In 1947 we ohtaibed. The man who has a hobby never has time enough/ to for initial steps in their anted) are based upon seed treatment The I mildew control-l but in Ibe final analysis! which totals/ the receipt from seeking! support, has, )you' seen with the courage to let his aiKliencr sipnlinwHiny +

    be bored I |J1..rt'.1Jf the fungi! that! cause" these diseases are'carried on watermelon dusted versus non-dusted plots; we are not so sure that it paid to apply ( kind nf queslkms. on national and htematlnn.il Max. *
    I ease __ stools! and tablib the i disease in or around the melon bilk, from, a fungicide We know that Fermnte, Zerllte, Dithime' Gipper' A, and have had those inestms{ answerad. clearly and without (lead f fkttind
    Biggest political news of the week is the decision to there( spreading rapidly; IliroitgUiut. /: the fit:IdI tribanc copper( sulfate or copper( .lime dust give good' control. We have 1 mppint lie lost, faant .jlcl. the qUt'llh ??( woes| ,1101
    hold public speaking at rallies throughout/ the county. I have !son I lulI\my.( \ Mem Might cause 108,... in melon stand of not tried jpergon which gives good! control of.downy mildew of cab- are auwvrod. you. know" where he dada :

    AhhJt1! My friends, fellow citizens of Martin County, at :30.Wt jx'rcfliit[ simply becaiuuv' the! /grower wan Ignorant of the necesnity huge and which might'| do the same for downy mildew of cucurbit
    :
    A REAL
    f Ihifflime it gives me great pleasure ,. Well, anyhow, of sent 1( treutix or just tw. slul.born to follow. i instructions. A grower tbnb the same species) of fungus Is nut implicated+ In summation OPPORTUNITY ,
    itone: way of making the candidates prove their mettle. told' MM In mm that guinmy-iittun blight cost him J'KHKIOO yet the for downy mildew l control I II II Argftody who haa the stamina to get up before a couple of follikwlirg year hff forgot to treat I.isIf.dl/ ) While anthratmMe\ usually more research! la needed to show. win n' to apply the fungicides' and how in America. They are without vision. '
    hundred prospective employers and tell them how good he does. not cause seedling losses in melon plantings In Florida, if carried often Admittedly, our la background'The

    F daa cross public office or a medal or something. If you into, tlie fuld on ands. (the) dim''UM' tan tit! found early in (lie growth It is Worthy consul,'ring a disease" 'forecasting service: 'for water" very existence 'of country uch societies now getting The's Founder e n<,

    guGunatorial drrtt think so,candidates try doing who It. We have hear been an addressing echo from h'uge the of tlie' rrn.Ion vine, old timlds. up LS it defoliate the plant and finally)' rm.km groweu, similar to such services now available to apple growers, Patriots. '"t. which you must prove direct as descent fromsettler I

    I .. I ,.' crowds of three to fifteen from the shed platform : the young, (InlIre\ inftvfted[ It Is lie. wont disease of melons in our enciunlx-r growers, tomato and potato growers in oilier poets of the. In the period J let)1) to 1657; the Daughter! of the
    express" itite Under favorable weather iinditmns, purticulurly. rainy spells nation/ Such a service would till growers, what disease Watinrd( the American Revolution'' (there's the Colonial!
    1 DuCyoy! : a couple of hundred ? Yep we'll all turn a Sons,_ also)
    ( say untliracruw[ I.i to | feiireil mature melons mesa' and whether of Darner,
    the home folks I.IJ' OI..llnIPI'.t01'S| iiikkly reject crop, uppllcalkm a fungicide was advised. In Lukeiiiiily and the United Daughters of the Confederser,
    ouChen orate llmt show the 'hariK.ti the skin that know latent alone around 10 (XX( ) pf '
    I < : > Imniiw on we are acres rm: Inns are planted! every yeiirlri proves that we are developing a concept of history
    pne reason why mules are so vicious was revealed tou aillhraciKise] infections &mh Infeeted mesas carry poorly, and they east to dust!, or spray, one acre of melons Is roughly $1 I,30\ Jo $J piO. ,Rut how far doe! It got Just a couple' of halt red
    I Cr a Geogia farmer the other day. "It's this way," he rot or decay before final disposition by the consumer' The simple If telly !half tins acreage is dusted once, toe<< ,post. is $A,VK),()XI( at It'asl. years Nothing! to It: It doesn't have historical sweep.
    *""j ISI "When the sweet corn gets right for rdastm' ears a easy and cheep seed. treatment" with Spergnn or Semesan, at 3 tenth pr %ilile $7.!WM).m, If dusted twkv around, $14 I ,(XX)'(X). Most growers One 'f these day another'real promoter lII11'olnr tol
    I i Itaw!) just naturally sits down and conaul'llesl0 or 12 ears of I percent, or 1/3 pound" pet 100 pound of feed, takes care of an- dusfwr spay) tt least once for disease: control and most dust or spray come aloJ1lltndlo this thing tiP brown.' The field fa wid')

    1j :ilhcn walks out and throws the mule two or three hard, thracnose and gummy-stem blight spores- and the melon vines get i twice,or' three times for apbid control and the fungicide! could easily open for The Sons *: Daughters of Adam & Eve Itsl!
    diic-t ears left over from last year-and the mules don't good start Some seed houses in Florida are now selling melon seed' be applied with the Insecticide. Dusting or spraying for the! Insects, billion dollar idea Of course members would' have Ii
    f' lit -St. tiara why already treated; this ill I !good( practice and slwuld be more widely Is perlormed knowing that the insect is Ilieret foe) same Cannot he said prove direct descent ,from either ,Adam Eve and I
    ;; adopted' The seedsman often has more time and facilities to treat of application of, tlie fungicide!. If the cost of one fungieMo! application, would be"a" ,lot of ffrt-but how would or out** "'
    ::Grandmll always raised Cain when the missionary seed than the farmer. who trill faithfully! ) .treat seed for the first 2 plantings could he saved the melee growers through accurate knowledge of the these latter-day upstart organlzatlone they And a good print

    lact'lC': Around taking up a collection to send hand. but Ii! in Ion ninth' of a hurry to take the time to treat snbsernient' fungi!, their abundance, ) or Inoculum potential and associated foctorf in eetife.T cOuld turn out mlllioni! of beautiful engned

    1 kerrtiot:' t<' the poor Chinese "Never heard of anything plantings if they are nee(lml. their development the saving would more than! pay the salary of the attesting to the line-of! de eent. for **'' ,)1'
    \\t co Hy: : The Chinese have been blowing their noses on Even If treated seed II I pljnlrd! there 'is no guarantee that an- \trained personnel needed for the month job of constantly patrolling each.

    pam- for a thousand years !I" Poor Granny, How shock thracnone and -gummy.stem blight!( will not come Into the melon plant. the melon fieldfc; February thru June should"" suffice The idea has The golden opportunity awaits man .Ithvlsofto: l !i
    ed ale would be to set just about everybody in the U S. ings. They come from fields of growers who did not treat their seed. been sown before but it has not taken root y borne fruit to the present All we want U the printing Job. some .
    I blojsjng-: (their noses on kleenex today. Some American wilt or they' can I be blown by the'wind from{ lust years melon oil In which Then it no iinMunce the invention of fire-cracker (In few more. the fungi lives'as saprophytes To control the diseases once they appear Other disease, present in Florid which Are less important are We do not need more national) development w. amore J

    4 1 yea, if not chop-sticks in the field can be done fairly satisfactorily by+ spraying or dusting Southern wilt, item-end rot which U easily controlled by treatment of tellectual spirItual development We do not need more i
    v* with any One of a number of fungicides. To name a few, good control the stem end of f melons "before' shipment, blossom-end rot powdery tot Jfw'v' we need more power. W'w
    dlow many noticed the use 'of our native geographyin of anthracnose has been obtained In Leesburc with Permute Drthenecoupei ,' mildew, ground rot, and several leaf spots The virus mosaic has beenIn do rTrl.TLe knowledn. *. need more: character J I

    Nee "Smilin Jack" comic strip the other day t Cartoonist ..bind! or trthaslc copper sulphate, applied as dust. Fairly( satisfactory Florida but it to irregular in appearance( IIIkit\ considered 1<$,.. need ?? law, *. need more religion. Wi 110 s I
    :Zack Mosley placed his current leading character, control, has 'been obtained with Copper A and Zerlatfc Spergon All of these are well discussed bulletin 2&f of the Florida Agricultural the thins more the thin*8 that are seen, we need \more I

    ; "Strrtch: ," In a plane above Witham Field and 18,000,000. has not been lord Wr have not worked with sprays because we feel Experiment Station entitled "Dise__ of Watermelon 'Ia Florida.:' that are unseen '
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    1/1'/ 1HE; STUART NEWS SltiART MARTIN COTOTT, FLORIDA. IHtaSDAT, APRIL M iM PAGE 11Eft1: t tLdRIDGE t


    TO SPEAK Wom n'\Club .\t 6;30 tonight Cut in Tax Rate MAN HURT IN FALL 'X.' I I',
    Receive
    )EGYPT TONIGHT 1 1 The public U Invited (Most of State's Employers to FROM TRACTOR- Order, Now for 1848 I' I t.1"

    N Dr, C A. Cannel Presbytsrlar lOG Planting! 1
    ; -,"'- 100 __ of "
    J 'WillIjon pastor, wU speak on "Th C. L. Cook North Federal
    !' twr, W <*. Aldrldge of J&ypt"IICi ; .'IChur<<;b') Task" at the 11 am Tallahasse. Apr, tt, Ninety- Inlng \the 1947 t.ax rate occured RATED. EMPLOYERS) Highway, is in Martin County AV DOMA ; ,

    'Monam-nu :service of the church f t the Wo: six per cent of the employer mostly during the war period ,8yl ( Hospital reported recovering '
    ecompsoy III' remarks wIth rated by the Florida IndustrialI \ when payments for unemployment ;. to I .
    man's Club Dr
    Jm slides be hlfeU took. wa elected Sunday moderator. of Carrie the I I. Commission:: \ will receive a tax' compensation were very C0UNEMPLOYMENtcoMPENSATION, : )'AX.RATE : fell front' from Injuries a sustained tractor Thursday.when} he PERSI 'IMr1 ; i i ii

    I apt at the monthly c Yeridtsll Southeast Presbytery of the Sy: rat below the standard tax rate : low Most of the period upon The accident occurred on'lndl- Brooks Towe u des, i : ,il 4 4C
    meeting, of theresb'lerlan In 1948, according to Cart B. e0 t. n
    dinner nod of Florida at a Prtsbytertan L which the 1941 tax rains were i
    Church a* the\ meeting in Fort Plena! Monday Smith chairman the Florida based occured\ after the War and, : ::::J...t947t'u4TesIJ( on.tAR)et' r" antown Road where Cook was :I/ ,
    Industrial Commission f I 'j'
    : _''''948 working with a road construction P. Box 36 ; ;
    The standard tax rate paid the consequently, employment records l:
    crew. The tractor passed Homes ead. Florida ,( "
    State under the unemployment tended to be less favorable. : Vo rar
    LIST your Room, Apartment andfJRentat over his leg, t. 'I i,' "
    compensation!! program is 17 per Smith- says u
    Homes with us. / with at least lot ,, I ( fi" !
    Employer of tendncy
    In
    aplte the -----
    FULFORDBUYINC. tree 6 consecutive calendar years rate to increase 80 per cent of .r.. i
    L
    of benefit experience are ratedIn the rated employer will be taxedat ...'0 I GO 'tf''1 r.h; I \\ j

    edtJ. accordance' wiyi their employment rates below the minimum rateIn z .".' Porter ''.
    '. !! record\ over th; most ,street prior to 1941 legislative W .._' \ !
    I '
    BUYING. *. SELLING RENNG recent three-year period and amendment recommended by uao '' 50'r I
    PROPERTY MANAGEMENT their tax rates may be a* low asV10 the Industrial: Commission, i

    Write P. O. Box No. 4 of 1 per cent If their employment / These employers will be taxed at Paint & Body Sh rl .i
    321 North Colorado Ave ue has been ufftclsntly 1-10 of 1 per cent and at 2-10 of ,. --- : ; \ I

    phone SIT stable!! Almost 50 per cent of the ,1 per cent; in 1948 aeo C010 : r, '
    Stuart, Florida rated! !employer will pay at the Forty-five per cent of the rated 'I \)ver A & P, 2nd Floor) '. :
    1-10 of t per cent rate in 1948. employers assigned the 3.7 tax I
    :
    Only 251, or 4 per cent bf the rate were citrus packIng firms SPECIALIZING IN UPHOLSTERING I
    rated employer will be taxed at A relatively high concentration' o "'Ir- 30 I Ap Painting Metal Work ICustomVad j r// :
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    the rate of 17 per cent in. 1948, of rated employers at the maxi Slip Covers .. Sport'T Smith assented.Becsuse mum tax rate was also found In
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    "DINE and DNCF"1YMOURS tit the large number the cigar manufacturing and \citrus : I ,{),
    of new firms started since the canning industries. -- --
    AT war almost half of the firms Of the rated employers, 28 per \ ,I

    subject to the unemployment cent will pay at a higher rate In .
    compensation law have not had 1948 than at the end of 1947; .10 W X'i i. .
    INN sufficient experience to be .Considered (7 per cent will/ be taxed at the I : .\wlf,1:
    for a. reduced rate same rate, and 15 per cent will It's Sprayed Int\All Cracks and tfrevices '+lf'
    There was tendency for the i\pay at a lower rate than they i iI 0 OtVour Car ; I .;
    TASTY, DELICIOUS FOOD tax rates to Increase somewhat I did at the end of 1947. The accompanying '< in 1948 as compared with 'those I chart show the distribution i .,- TAX RATE-e"' -----" "- MOT& SWAY j'' I I ,, :
    Mixed Drink* -Be** on Draft In effect t at the end of 1941. This of rated, employ by eTMIce" ? l.gobl..r.rh.dMN.ek.Urlel/ech.I4.1,1,194. "" ," ? 1i0000IOIII""" ".'" YOUR CAR GULFLEVD WHILE IK >TION '
    Til was/\ due to the fact that the employment I 1948 tax rate and by the tax: rate ==::tea, ; I THE MODERN MeiiVp OF LUBMI SOLOVOX ...,... }
    GENE ON : ,
    HEAR record urN in_delrm. paid during the last half of 1947: 10 M.a'e 1 YM Ar* Invited to lnV t TUl N. .tad. .I : ,. 1 1i
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    KS and SEAFOOD CONFERENCE REPORTS Nine members of the Stuart \ Stuart Servl itation 'i i 1:1: "f'I

    Florida Is Trees Ul'E AT JOINT SUPPER 'society were among the 6flO I a ", I II
    Planting members and delegate at the i
    OUR SPECIALTY annual Florida I w. C. kEIN, MirSailsport. GULP PR UC Pb.w .144 I.. I I II IrH
    the
    Report on
    held the First "
    conference at 1 I" I
    Wnfeach a / SEYMOUR GIDEON To Make for its Losses' conference of W\Jm'\ n'* Societiesof I Methodist Church. From Stuart I -lglm- i ,.
    the J J Richards
    Owner up Christian Service of attended Mrs. I I
    Methodist.Church in West Palm Mrs Harry Swlnglehurst. Mr ;
    -- Beach" April 13-15 will be heardat Edna Coutant, Mils Cilia Atwood I! ';
    By ID: R, LINN cupy other land. Three specie a )Joint meeting of the WSCS Mrs,, J. Y Warper Mr Restaurant .
    Florida's original fine forests, of Australian pine Casuartna( and Wesley! Service Guild for a Herbert H Thayer Mrs. W G !
    sp). Cajeput (Melaleuca leuca cover'd-dlsh! *u p p e r at the Aldridge, Mrs, F Jones and Mrs )
    : predominately of longleaf pine I dendront I. Australian silk oak church at 7 1 p.in. tomorrow. C H Summer Just South Frasier Creej| Bridt\3n U. S. 1 \ ,J I'
    td FOR YOUR
    f some hardwoods! loblolly pine eucalypt do well The Florida) NOW SAVING ;

    CONVENIENCEand and a few other minor species, Forest!! Service with these has been trees experimenting :sine- I :JHt NEW NORGE 'I ALL MEALS J A LA CARTE 1f:

    EFFICIENT have been contributing heavily 1939 Plantation are now growing I* y yr/.1.1I
    to the upbulldlng of a wood- on various sItes and tests ol KITCHEN-TYPE FREEZE1? r II l

    SERVICE ,using nation Billions of feet of the wood of these!! fast-growing a a. e REDUCjp PRICES I ill\1'
    tine longleaf pine timbers were- strangers suggest new and different 1 5 vtl space. Sites Slept. Provide .' i l1
    sent abroad. The- finest virgin kinds of tress. The eO- : more and bet.nr I REAL HOME/ OOKED M AtSsjfeci r j { ''I

    red cypress went into tank and pie are becoming more forest foods for 'f'I I I ,
    2 Locations boat stork Pole and piling makers minded through education ant meals throughout AL .
    : tM Mir, I I
    I took the straight tall pines. demonstration! Large and cmai Pays(or ilwlf. NORGB t
    And on millions of acres of for- forest landowners are beginning SPAGHETTI and MEAT BALLS r'

    est land the turpentlners cuppedthe to practice forestry and to plat
    Phone 3 Phone 9154 trees Their Industry flour. for the tutur?. BENJA GODDARD, Owner \ I
    BARTLETT BROS. :
    Member Martin/Eounty Chamber of Commerce1 w '
    shrankto ;
    shed-for awhile and then! Can It be that the tide has tl Vi
    (BusStation) (Pure Oil Station) PHONE tot ,
    present day size of about one turned In Florida, and in not toe Mr OSCEOLA AVE. I
    fifth of the nation' output of --- '
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    be able -
    will
    long a time the tate
    SERVICE' turpentine and rosin.) I I I IELECN1ARVINjCROWE ,
    IDEAL AXI to grow more wood and thus tc ;
    forests
    Planted demonstration!
    Florida forest an
    cut l1\ore1
    are a common but Inspiring sight different and some what enig- "
    along florlda highways Start matlc.-Ed R. Linn in America :
    ing In a small way back in th Forests 'I"If.:

    ;t'TM 'Phone 265 late 20's there are now over 100.* \
    000 acres In privately-owned forest .,
    I plantations. Most of them!
    | Week's LegalInstruments
    E are of rapidly growing dash pine j .I:
    "VOLLRATH which produces pulpwood, naval l J "
    U*** stores or sawtlmber, There are L f .
    many morn acre to be planted,

    The Plumber"FOR but the Florida Forest Service WARRANTY '
    men have the/ satisfaction of It. B. fllaMW to kob rt 8 ChMk.tnll .4.-
    4e- knowing that their work has induced C. Jnm (a Jtihn: h, ThcmiMoll. ot al l, .' -. I
    W, H. Hiatim to J.J" H flammIrinb
    forest landowners! to plant J. I)inn to 'nmt R W'..ki< .
    trees relatively u {fast as the Kr.nk''R. Workl t. tr.nk 1, Uunr 41kt
    F Quick Dependable ... ... ..
    auk MI. t' t. Ann Roth K"ta 1
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    federal government is plantingon Muntu-rll. reran W J.,J',du..na, I
    SERVICE the national forests The I H Whit*,to exit.* KM lnnrov':ii i
    ratio of planting on private landto C, R. TiTtor:: i:: '.*Inn, U 8. B. bias Ma." t t' ,
    wt ARE Td&iANDLE ANY SIZE JOB ; the total privately owned forest A r Kruntfi W. frtrtmUI ; .
    EQLPED land Is practically the same j.1< Und/..... i. W::.Hr tmC. tenpnr SINCERE : d h.Uf ,

    riMATESWUBMITTEDPlurping u the ratio Of planting on national Jokn, P. MrHkM eta t. Bi.lv H.rrl.ni. f% ."Q
    forest la to their acreage.Most C. II,, Arho...> U N.tesln.o. 1.100., ?,d '1
    ....
    I of the seedling! stock to c.ro.ro.l.rynenl W..kl..... u LOlli.. 1I.ko, '1. COOPERATION .t..

    Vollrat Service plant these 100,000 acres hascome eel.. Cm1..1: .... a Y.k.. A.A..,lit 8.. Cob. t
    from the state forest nursery .
    : r. p Nr.n t- < x..r.n.L.l. 1 rd
    =
    111Ie
    I ,. Pwwa.w
    at Olustee In 1941 over t..om.
    Ray VO RAnt L. Wall Jr, to Elm L. xt0ee.
    v
    III Akron ve. Stuart, Fla. shipped.eight million Owing seedling to the war were and t loin L, '1'11...MORTGAGE..... I. E..I C. J.... CAPABLE # i''y' ?i i
    ., IIrO.. .. Han L. W.IL Jr, 'WITHd
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    a few bad seed'year* 'planting R. ..... I. Ii... deb Hlota..
    ; has been curtailed Present plans tICN. T Ha.h 10... I. a.u.ben flt.t. ,. d 5 etc I 1
    ..
    iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiilhiiiiiiiii i l l!!I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiCtrcuIaliolDept I I I I I I I I I I I I I!I I I I I I I I I I I I i ire to start another nursery In Lra ..4 Tn.b.e... (10011. :
    ...r Rah *I. 0.1. Bunk. of (llu.rtHvkhlfiMMl '
    the; western part of the state to Inland ..,....tlo. to c. BSATISFACTION .

    help meet the Increasing demand r.t Ln.d C"r, : ,In Dill; ......
    Tl
    Clip Out! Mailt tin TODAY! for slash pine seedling. w.v.rh' 'or MORTGAGE r'u' THE PUBLIC r ra.
    natural that EXPERIENCED
    J6 seems only
    (ink of |p.5.5.. to/ a. H ThotnnCartof t
    i Florida recognizing that her forests H. B..._ lo O>.rl"'". U r.oP l lHork
    .. .... .
    art different' should make 0..... la f-trr A. E....
    The Slu.sf News, i provisIon to tralrf her soda to R'Q: I f I ..
    .
    I I. h. A W sow .h I.
    handle the problems.
    specialized\
    Stuart, F I.'.. P...."' II.... A. fI.. ChpAGREEMENT 'i AND '
    e i The Unlvrslty'of!! Florida at L...,.. JH..'I is A. N. mtpp, 9 ,
    ; a
    i Oalnesvllle has a good forest : I
    .
    It. i. Moinor rt > lo C B"
    school where'the young men of JUDGNMENTa. ;; '
    "IT to receive! The Stuart ewe by mail. saving the state can obtain well reunded ATISFACTION. I'bllll... 10 T,OF a. K.....'.. QUALIFIED ; ,

    $2.20 fotfrne year or $5.40 for Mo year. Enclosed 1 general forestry !education 11.-1.' ,...AFFIDAVIT., to Tho Pobllec THE COURTS t !
    '-mychSIUfortD along with the specialized "know Peon Co...tnetpe eo......, Ie Tbah .
    howl of handling the millions II., DEED

    D \ \ Subscription '.._..m__._1.._.__...-.*.:_,.. $3 i of acres of longleaf-dash pine .....h.... lltal.. L.nd. ....T Yi.hw.,....h.c- Llset
    oreats. The forest ha the Austin ,ewa/M.5-Club / 1

    Q a, re Subscription' ; ....."..,- <--....:- -S 1 r Gary Memorial Forest of several ..);o 'One knows-exactly how +' .
    thousand acre for research. many different: kind of trees ..n I

    I It; young Floridian wishes to there are in the world, But ..."
    jecorrte! a'' forester he need not more than 90,000( species with ". ;
    .to elsewhere to get his training deflnlt economic value, have '
    roust NAME j The traveler in south Florida been described in forestry literature Marvin H. Crow I t '1

    will see strange looking trees and more than 300 species "d.. I
    used for windbreak! alone the art listed as common in Florida (.: ." 1
    ADDIIUS 1 sides! of grove and fields and In '
    some localities he will notice YOUR -

    fit, n to w h'" ...,...,.. _$.. th. p.ew ..- 1.. I" i iu. = that these strange tree have I
    ._ ..._ N th_ ..- ::: "gone native" and have escaped .
    IIIIIIIIIIIIIJ from their planted rows to oc-
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    I PAGE; TWtL\t 1HES1UAKT NEWS !>!'HART, MARTIN./ COUNTY, FLORIDA, 1' lllURSDAY, APRIL M, Wt ,,- ........ .

    tell ana tons.L, John
    Thursday .
    I, MIL MtRRlTT: PROMOTED In Tropicql FarmsSURPRISE Miss Helen Wilkinson left for holt'e Friday evening. The Stu- Paul S. Jeffers' left wMre he Joe. Jt, Mrs Joe Oreenll1tl Richard 2
    I \+ New and Used FurnitureftCU her home in Connecticut this ai; Future Farmers won the let Brldgeton !4. J? Miss Heln!, Slack drovel.
    I \ 4 BARGAINS. Nell Merrltt ol Salerno, who IS ,,'!ek after being here since last parliamentary procedure end( will be employed until the Jilddle Ankona Wednesday artajj

    , f I LEI:I US .REPAIR,. .' YOUR OLD FURNITURE has been in the Army in Tokyo R NATALPARTY November She has been employed public speaking contests. of August and visited Mr and MriTftnons .
    \ ,, B. MINSCHKE for the past two years, ha been at the Sunrise Inn.,; Miss Mr. and Mrs J, A' Lee andchild Mr. and Mrs. Robert Qrlce and girt shop

    J t"'R!, ON i HOttt BLOC. j tHI DIXIE promoted to sergeant\ He Is the Mrs Wilkinson. J. B.Sauvage Is the niece of Mr and en, Jim I linda apd Molly Mr and Mr. Robert Once, Jr Mrs M. H Johnson or 8i ps
    sou 'of Mr. And Mrs. Warp: 0. Jo of Moore Haven were Sunday of West Palm Beach were Sun- ersburg was a visitor of Mrs
    FACE .--... --. .."h Merritt, a graduate ot Martin IS GIVEN I Miss Diane Rider spent three of visitors of Mr ,and Mrs. Lester day visitors of Mr and Mrs. VBrennan. Sawtell' Monday. (J
    days this week M the guest Reddish. Mr. and Mrs B A. BurR
    I County Jilgh School and t put her grandmother Mrs. Fran) Mrs Bob William announce .
    Mr and ,8
    CUD I Mr and Mrs. Charles A, Porter King were visitors, MI
    member of the' Stuart band in FOR MRS WALL Mlnschke of Stuart the birth of a on,, Robert Charles Jr. were Bun. Glade Sunday, r.
    ATVAd' .::::BEER and ALE ['which he WAS i. cha-te member -, Mrs George J. Backus and Gerald, Jr, at Martin County and day,'son evening, dinner guest of Mrs W L. Sustain: adds
    i educationIn daughter, Mrs Joe Sawtell, and Hospital April 10 The baby and Mr. and
    musical
    Warrens Oreenlees Eddie Albert,
    SAWTELL Charles \ ofwrr P
    MRS Mrs
    JOSEPH
    *;= t $4.50 Per Case By son,Joe. J*? were visitors of Mrs. I weighed I lb 4V oz Mother ,
    Mrs. Oreenlees Sunday guests
    school Joe of
    the Stuart has proved I and )dt,
    pan : E E Van Scoy In West Palm : reported doing
    and baby are
    Palm j .. SchliU. Pabst, Budweisei' and Mil 'r High Life (ts wor h since he first }joined the I Mrs\ Joe Sawtt:11) was hostess Beach April 14 ,nicely" MM Williams' is the Mrs B. t Carlberg and daughter Mrs, Hobson Reddish

    WtttUlacilji 'DELICIOUS, TASTY SANDWICHES'' ,armed fore.( K> not only plays at d surprise birthday party for, Mrs I. M. Elkins was hostessat former Miss Winnie Bishop. Trances! Mrs J. A ,Algi-r Mrs, and Mr R.and 8. King Mrs made Hobson buK Rttt,
    Qreerriees a
    Drop i and enjoy your favorite beer and Sandwich I the baritone in the Army band airs.Clarence Wall April 13,Each!: a Stanley Products party r Mn II* McDougal left for her Mrs. Charles J. Backus Mrs KM Saw- trip to Fort Pierce Monday: '
    slbly I n I Plenty of Parking. Spate! I but also( is A member of''an orchestra guest brought a covered dish Thursday afternoon. Mrs James home in. Birmingham April 14 l George -
    I and drove Sider won both, prizes for the after 'visiting her daughter and
    and gift up. together,
    w. 1 lUTPOST LUNCH BAR I' .-- ---- Mrs games played' Mrs. Clarence son-tn-law. Mr and Mrs, V jI j MATTR
    t :to cal I} happy birthday" as Wall won the door prize. Those Brsnnanfor two weeks I INNERSPRINGand
    U L. 1 INDIANTOWN ROAARNOLp Wall cam to the door,' A de enjoying,, the party were Mrs.Boone .
    [ Hobe Sound News Mr and Mrs, Jack Sutton entertained
    I E. WILUAMS P. I 11I lou, luncheon and birthday and Mrs,. Matthews of miscellaneous SPRING
    II I 'ake with tee cream wets. *!rvedGuests Indlantown,, Mrs. I.. D. Wall, Mrs with a I
    -- -- j' shower ,venll'llonorlntr)
    { Mrs James Rider, Friday 6'legs
    were Hobson Reddish, Mrs. JamesRider on
    de Water bride
    Jean Van
    -'=: Mrs. Hobson Reddish Mrs L. D. Mrs. Joe Sawtell Mn Miss .
    f ,: MRS ONDICH Jack Button, Mrs tM elect of' Isaac Elkins. The ve !
    Wall
    Mrs: Lester: Reddish and Mrs Clarence V3 $5 0
    I 'I Elklns and Mr Joe Sawtell.Ill Wall. Refreshment were fling was spent in playing gam a $69.50 % I II Ii Ii

    3f t FUG TE and GR ENLEES. f I OF NEW! : served, Those and having enjoying a frankfurter the party roast were ,TWIN OR DWJgLE SIZE

    / HEAD I t FROM COUNTY MC: and Mrs ,John Peterman Mrs. L, D. Wall, Thelma Bishop'i
    f I ATTEND COURSE and children, Paul and Nancy, Jean Wright Bobby and Harris Ft. Pierce Sle S P
    ENGINEERING AND .& RVEYING and Mrs. peterman's mother, I Wall, Wilma Simmons, Pat-Van I t'
    .i Rcgisterld! EiiRr Re cred: Surveyors. : : P-TA OFFICERS I Mai tin County was well represented Mrs. Ouardjo. have returned to de Water, Jean Van de. Water i Fort Pierce, Fl.: 120 N. 2nd Phone 110
    :
    I ,ty I at the three-day Stuart from Portsmouth, Vau and Mr Elklns
    : .- Fla Cell. 148 Ha,"Cert. 132 and 665 t" MRS, M,\KIE BRODRICK ''tion course in Fort and are living on Georgia. Av&, ---
    1 \ I ___ I II I:week. Those attending recree.1 near the bandsheil Sunday/

    1203 E. 4th St 1 .f Stuart, Fla. The PTA r. Id its regular,. days aid receiving they were visitors of Mr. and
    I ,
    Mrs Joe Sawtell and Mr
    I Thursday at,; were Mrs Mattle Parks and) Joe and ;
    monthly meeting AqpTrncJ
    : PHONE 3SHE the school Due to the absence A. McCoy of Stuart. Miss LUctle I Mrs. Hobson Reddish.
    I r ,,! I 'ol the president Ocorge: Brown,, Inscoe, Martin County Home Miss Helene Slack of Miss Harris' -
    lee, Mrs. Andrew Lester presld:d,.'monstratlon Agent, attended, School, Miami, arrived April!)
    1:
    ".'-- .. Election of officers was held: two days Those attending from 14 and 'is the guest of Mrs
    ; Salerno were Mrs Gladys A J. Backus.
    Oeorge
    -- 'New offlders are Mrs. Andrew,I ; j
    Ondlch. pr sldent; Mrs Vernon'' Perry, Mrs W D, Blanton, Mrs |' Mrs Charles Gr'enlees. Mrs'I'
    McDonald,, vice-president; Mrs, Shelby McCulley, Mrs Fred Federson J J. A Algler and Mrs Joe S.Qreenlees .'
    ENE TASTE/ lacy Oriffln treasurer; Mrs : Mrs. W. L Merritt were visitors In Fort
    Faulfc .ecre.a.y The 1st 2nd Harvey Homlat Mrs. Mr.// Pierce Saturday, .' w
    and Mrs. Jack Saunden
    I =:: I ICE CfcEAM' and 3id grades sang two songs"' Much interest was( Hoiman Wall and Teddy/
    _... Delicious Soda and Sfndaet Made With Mothers Lullaby" and The through the three counties, St.I I Bishop attended the sub-distrl
    sr::::: SWIFTTS ICE CREAM Willie Lamb:" Nancy Faulk ac-:I Lucle Indian River and Martin,II Future Farmers meeting at Pa .
    tonette
    compamed them on her ------ ---
    :z;:.: Salad PI'Drur es ai* Sandwiches Mrs. English's class wrote and I concerning!! this program which
    Sundries J CosmeticsDAMEL'S presented a play titled "The was conducted by the general I
    extension division I with the cooperation -
    :: Turkey Hunt"Mr I of the physical educa ABSTRACT &: TITLE
    and Mrs CASt Ong
    B
    lion of the University
    program
    and Mrs Davis'I I INSURANCE C : Inc.
    daughter! Joyce .
    of the State
    The Friendly Spot fciAhe Pos* Office Arcade Florida
    and her son Jackie went to Fort I
    Education the
    of and National j
    Lauderdale to visit with Mr. and I I
    .. Recreation Association
    --- -- -- ,
    Mrs Dan Davis. Joyce and I 10 Victory rcadeel
    Jackie will visit there several)
    would
    If everyone Just stop +.
    days and think before throwing
    I away
    EXPERT BOAT CARPENTER E J Arnold and A. Brownlee lighted ciftarets and matches I
    made a business trip to Orlando| It would save thousands of acrea
    Thursday., I of! woodlands! from going up in
    ;EXPERT A&INIST I A group of young people htM1 I amok. I Phon 353
    a frankfurter roast on the >
    ,: .it the end of Beach Rd Friday I! 1 a I
    .
    I EXPERT MOTOR MECHANIC sang evening and; went They swimming played: e. At-I! i iI '>' l II II I ASS ACTS .

    tending were ala Ricardo. Fae'' I
    ,
    I IU 1.0 SERVICE:;
    : / June\ Reddish Ruth Olwln. Bo: N i
    berta Hall Ann Leach, Adair &

    Stuart Mariie Service Mahan Diamond,Marie!Bert Brodrick Clements,, Mary Karl '' i/ .(; \ TITLE" NSURANCE

    John Krueger! :Rudolph Krueger e w COst,
    : t l David shall, James HuUhln ''
    I! ;, 'ton, Robertr Hurst John Haromy I i
    Incorporated and Lowell inene.I I WO$I fOR
    1 VOTE I IxlBerna Wr IN IRE TAX TITLES
    Ma William Arnold of Stuart i Macfadden
    PHONE ; ;visited; Tuesday with Mrs. Austin i' I

    :'MuliutS und Mrs Salli' vV'lllls\ Pro,.... ALL and I IORmA uperlty. Precr!n I i
    .
    A family dinner was held at
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    --. -- the home of Mr. and Mrs W. D.
    f Oriffln In honor! of Mr. QrUfln
    t/ 64th birthday .ut;:ey was nerved ,
    to Mr. and Mrs Jessie; Grimm (
    Y ',rfnd children, Alberta and Eugene aOpposite a
    idle
    /ur. money r Mr. and h;u. t-aiy Griffin PAY ONITITIM
    and children Milton. Elda ano s
    Lacy Mae, M.', auu Mrs George I
    Griffin of Stuart and children 125
    f Can earn] I Roger,, Wayn Oeneva and e $
    ry, Mayor and Mrs. W Tel"I
    Baker and Hilda Baker of My, YwW'

    / 2v2% and Archie Brownlee. I 'SlLucief County Bank I
    Mrs Sam Pesln visited over- 109 So. 2nd St 1 I Fort Pierce
    night Thursday with Mr. .andl
    Mrs George Brownlee 'I' .
    Per Annum -
    I
    I Miss Jean Arnold! entertained,,
    few frl:nds at her home Friday
    on 10 -

    Insured Savings 'i Her evening guests were They made Elaine candy and Pence Con ction Co. : : 7Oe'L

    Accounts ''Philip Mae Griffin Algozzlnl and, Elda Merle and Meyers.Lacy Phone / 193 E UNUSED

    I he Federal Savings and Loan Iiuuralce Corpora. i Mr and Mrs. B. O Dawes left D'7 Bulldozer will Blade Rake
    tit insures individual accounts to $501. Husband Tuesday for their hom in Ohio or MILEAGE IN YOU PRESENT
    81 I I wife may have total of $15,000 fun nsured. 'after' spending the winter on AlsoClearing yz"Ya Dragline

    .Irst Federal savings accounts are legal vestments Jupiter Island. I

    f dmmislrators I' Trust J.Funds and, as well Lxccutors.as Funds held by\'uardians, day Mrs for Sallle Georgia Willis to left spend Thurs the .. +See Grejffmi-r Ditching, TIRES. YO 'LL BE AMAZED AT (

    summer She is visiting several
    days: in Jacksonville with friends Dikini, El:. THE LIBERAL
    Call or Writer : Mrs Lacy Griffin entertainedthe ALLOWANCE ON

    1 children of the school at a
    I party in honor of her daughter, 4J.
    FIRST FEDERAL Lacy Maes 11th birthday Games
    r
    and I singing were enjoyed The ViIreso4e'e,4a' *
    favors were suckers dressed as :
    and Loan AssociatLn
    f Savings old.fashioned girls and boys I

    of Indian River County Aft r opening many lovely gifts
    :refreshments of ice cream and I I
    VERa BEACH, FLORIDA cake were served the children CHAMPION TIRES

    1512.20th Street Di| 2137 : Mrs W. r>: Griffin her grandmother !- I ,
    Mrs. Andrew Lester, and r
    R. W. Sedgwjck, Secretary-Treasurer the leathers. Mrs Smedburg and r Here's yourfchance to save money and get Amlnca's
    I
    '' ai
    Member Fedem Home Loan Bank and Fcij 'ral ,Mis English biggest tire f due f Even if your present tires only lartly
    t Miss June and Donald Bowden are
    Saving and Loan Insurance Corp. have returned from St. Petersburg ] ., =i --- n worn you'llfet FULL allowance for the unused miWe
    Current dividend rate where they went with the when Ado
    in
    4 I II you on new Firestone De Luxe \
    .Stuart band to compete/ in the Champs ns.
    ". I I State band festival ..iI
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    't TRY US r .edG4gea FOR SAFER
    : M? ll llK I DRIVING e

    e I WE MAY HAVE WHAT YOU NEED 193 Always Put p New
    t UP TO 3tf/o \ '
    Phone ..rL \ 'r'h'tti011. DELUXE'OiAM' ?V '
    0 r j. 1 + LONGER/VlllEAGE .

    3551'i UP TO/5% STRONGER \ TUBE INNEW

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    t .1 UP TO 60% 'MORE TI'a'

    I NO *SKID ANGLES ,

    PAINTS ,, ri.1l, n
    ,IUI' IIARDSYARE tf
    J
    i SASH DOORS e

    w .f ,; PLASTER

    l ;,, CEMENT RSj.
    ''
    FhOORING
    : ,, "' srntNa

    < Colem&n's Home and Auto Sup pI

    4 Hbbe Sound Lumber & Supply Co., Inc. I I ,10 I


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    THE STUAJtT NtWS, ITCABT MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL M, 1948 PAGE THIRTEEN

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    York when she caught a three liiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiimliiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiii, TOMATO MOVEMENTS t {
    FISH
    g1O excitement of Ineti3rilt1ltor pound snapper the other day $23,972 Spent on Streets GET UNDER WAY ; I
    \ experiencing his She L>, Mrs, Charles Conrad" Notes of Interest To Veterans ( 1 {\ i
    catch .U matched byd nlecs, and with her mother, la Movement in sizeable volume GRAPETTEt J ;

    9 IJ Jleanot ,W_s I n I r, New visiting the Gonads In 8alea.no.; Joseph E. OUII'V.. A. Contact Officer Here Last Year, Eurit Says at the Fort fierce State. Farmers .. ,I ..

    At office of H, R Lowery, Jr. West Palm Beach Headquarter .. Market of tomatoes got under \ ; ,
    --. -------.---- .
    --- 9:30: a.m4 Monday 713 Comeau Bldg.Vsterans j .
    ". p.m A municipal street finance report way last week. Quality was good ,

    .Rom where I sit..Jy Joe Marsh, .II.!..11I1111I11"............"..".."..".."..".'..".."........IIIII I 111111,.........'...............".'..".......{..011...m...........II 111 IIIIIIIIIII t drawn up by CUt ManagerL 1 HEALTH UNITS It was reported, with, prices 1
    ,
    ranging from $4.20 to $11.50 .u
    studying In public I confuse veterans. Some of their B. Eurlt shows that aU the receipts mostly $9.50 to $10.10 a 5055lb. Qdll4 .a .

    high schools and collet" ,now I question on this and' other of $23,972, for the f1.scall field crate, All movement. was by ': ..
    Homer Does Some may change their course with I benefits are answered on VA authority year ending last Sept. 30 were ARE REVIEWEDDr. truck ; ':.,. ,

    the'approval of the Institution and published in this spent during' that year by the Volume through last Thursday T : :, ',1 ::11 d
    "Back-Seat Sewinglrfgaet I alone V. 8. Parker, regional I News City of Stuart. 1; was: gfeens! 18,832 at $4.20 GRAPwLl J. ;:
    column by The Stuart asa :
    ,manager tor the Veterans Administration I I The report was drawn In co- : J. Ross Hague, Supervisor $11.50; olnks: 499 at 8.50 t.Ot \ .d. w
    said today. Form service to our veterans. 'dperatlon with a request by the I II ot the tri-county )health unit In $$12.25; golden bantam corn '! "
    ?ley" .1..... ..... frl.ell.I... of beer; The miens< erly prior approval by VA was Q.--WUl'lny failure to reportfor I State Road Department which Okeechobee, St Lucie and Indian doa bag; 719 at $2.50) to $3; : ; I 1'1' ;
    TI
    ,01\1. ss r sew sewing as stress t. glee< up *1I..t Driving required before students could a physical examination ordered ,since 1941 has untried Its principal River Counties, spoke, on the cumbers, 2,209 at 50 cents to CU"I I, : ""I,"
    ....,heath .r ...llkiwi and nine Homer shout aiihci oath Chang their educational or vocational : by VA. effect'my payments I attention to urban highway unit's operations and functionsat Rain totaling 1.81 Inches "
    aINat .urta .. mf. Homer agrees to quit crillrliinf goals.Vetprans facilities. The SEX) since its creation the weekly noon meeting of Wednesday with most- /I i ', al' 1
    .Hir of compensation
    .
    running Sarth'* U.t, for flowery enrolled In In IBIS has brought rural, Klwanls reporting ned for rain although! ,I'p\ '\ ( w'
    Ps lbl poe'rl other A.**Yee Upon failure to report at the Woman's Club damage Is expected to be 1 4! ,
    negligible
    '
    dowel.1ok..t bats and ulad. and highway f 'cU1t1 to a nearly .
    f..n" h. se .810" parsley schools job establishment for examination, without .Friday I I '
    J llee efsl\l" From where I alt, the key to get which operate counselling ser adequate reason, an award of full "adequacy ''to present day: He stressed how the unit employs 10 If EARS'
    traffic, and ah act, of the' 1941 ,
    vice approved by VA also local and
    personnel largely
    may compensation'is sus 'the "
    finally turns ting on together ii faceting every disability One of '' lightest woods in
    rim UK mite change courses! without prior VA pended. If the veteran subsequently Legislature directed it to assist: tits cost would not be prohibitive the world Is tano, which Is foundIn PROJECTION J
    Issue butt
    ,Ik, _urder In h'l eyes, Homer way-and overlookingany approval, but those In schools reports for physical examination. the cities of 'the State In relief l here and only slightly Slam and on the Malaya,.Peninsula. ;i" pG pGa >
    thought petty differences in tastes traffic
    "intolerable congestion'It ,,
    JOOdn.tured1 and Jot: establishments not authorized ,'retroactlve payments more than this county's present o
    It in I
    yI IS used making pitch
    help,dear-, whether then teaks apply to beer was reported in' a.stat!- J d V "
    alitt to
    course health-guarding setup. Without
    ,1Rlghtlike approvs may or may not be restored, .
    I.yes help 81' elr'' the ear" 'CT flowery-looking haUt I, changes will continue to ask VA on ''the nature of the ment to the .city' by SRD Chairman pressure being applied, he said, woods Is black Ironwood native fl" fi
    approval Ion.. contemplated E, Elgin 1'Iayl 511. This shift improvements are obvious on all !
    ra.'I II but burst'Iblghineand evidence. of the West Indies and the I I IA
    The Riles still what (Jt changes. All changes.from one was accented by, a Federal act in sides as a result of the advent of Florida Keys. R EATERS i ; 'I Y"
    the )
    8ce institution 1944 which earmarked substantial the unit In Lacie f
    to another must have Q,-1 the amount of my disability St. County : tf
    ,Iht' hen heal a IIU el. o.r a VA approval. compensation In any way I Federal aid (or urban high- where children are carefully I

    Even .these It doing satisfactory affected by the amount of money ways and the U. 3. Government watched by trained personneland
    opyrighr, 19 U, Untied/ ISutti Brewers ftuitJalim work, no longer will! need I earn or receive from other "Is making available In Florida midwives are educated and yQlNKERA..M. Y:
    counselling before VA can sources? $1,600,000 a year for three yearsto follow set regulations. He cited [! ,1//
    ap-
    .
    OGO o0o0000t.70GnFor provo their requests These maybe A.NO.Q. ] Bayless aid In stated.this urban program, the objective of the State HealthDepartment' I i.ir i.yt. J ,
    granted by V A'. training secU6ru new dental unitas
    on the merits of each ap- ._Ij the stepchild of a veteran -, In asking for City of Stuart educating children to go to P ).asMak
    I I{| plication. entitled to the same benefits facts, it was brought out that dentists and care for their teeth. I \ MIX' m e.4'1 ,';
    results be obtained The club bad *ED I
    "only and
    I Schools ,.and establishments as a natural child? can one guest I
    '! are required to notify VA Immediately A.-Yes, If the stepchild la or from Joint planning by the State 80.7 per cent attendance I MIXCONCRETE \ ,
    [ 9 of all course changes was a member of the veteran's and local authorities" which "Is V. a f vy .
    Co nty' Judgemouncing '1'1{they authorize. Changes must household at time of dath.Q. possible only when all ascertain- expended on the principal $500 16511 .y : ; t I'
    able pertinent facts on existing for administration and$3,689 for rlF FORCING ypIeea{ ,
    be at the end of a term, semester i firs I ,
    M or other period of'Instruction: .--If I have entitlement time conditions are known street lighting, leaving a balanceof TEEL '
    'I I left after I finish job-train Eurtt's report on th? city' "fiscal "none. rev/d! k
    + for which tuition has been made. my I IEurlt' kI :
    Physical examinations for ing course, may I enroll In an- operations relating to streets"eboas statement on "street I I t I '
    my can | acy for County Judge'.of compensation purposes oftenPIMPLES other Job-training course or go' ad valorem levies netted debt outstanding at end of year" C CRETE 75 ;r i
    a r t6 school for the remainder of $20,449 and a transfer from the showed refunding bonds Series I
    lartin; County, FloriL, subject to the Demo- D my entitlement county brought $3,523 which A. B and C, issued in 1942 and I B CKS Y Maraca ;l r rM rlw
    O A.-With prior approval from with no balance on hand at the due In 1972 with principal of $1- A ;; aeull..a 'I f :
    $retie Primary of Ma l4, 1948, and asking the start totaled the Iit .
    ( > year's 23972. .
    l DON'T IQUCCZeTHCMI,lKLKERIX Woesw Veterans Administration you 107,030.: Interest on these Is 2 \ALUMINUM keo" w. ,"
    of the voter ol this county on my pastord m* tn bons .w I Iy Iwt ahd..W may use any remaining entitle Disbursements Included $15,- per cent to 19M, 3 per cent to f'r;
    .upport bin .. ';:WeW. e.N RIt*= tee ......: ment either for Job-training or 999 for maintenance, $3,484 for 1958, 4 per cent to 1967 and b\ WINDOWS
    m' : in office, which up port will be deeply _,.._. //I.h-h...._I,,_..._ ..WlNudhMrw. .aid.A.Y for educational training. street debt interest, with nothing per cent to maturity. Of these ;: ,ewya.dy 1 PMNq N s.ry.teHall's I' ,
    <
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    I la kLUIIIIII n aDwAMywrnwurM bonds 183 per cent or $202- j
    49c MASONR WHITE
    _"d. 1 NII IrY 96.49 are applicable to street \
    C CPwl
    I NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES \work, the city manager'c report POR ND Electric Co 1"
    B showed. Total bonds''is \ '
    street CE
    N'r
    ROTA CLUB The ColumnBy sued Is $676,500 with street work mils A",.ud.. 11" J .pPb.w.

    'I ...UAII1 W.Iw.4I N.. fief JI.I' County ,Agent's $124,000 concluded.or 18.3:per cent the report Phone 748 Fort Pierce Due .I3 NI.hl 33; R Ii 4\\1 111

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    e HISHOLM'S. R. ..AUNDLRePmowl GaILLR. L. M. JohnsonA 1-- ,_ _-. -- I L, j I

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    ARTHUR. R\CLONTS; \ 0,I''I ARRf.R. 40WBATya.Bunt.rl be-held vegetable at Station the field Everglades In crops Bells day Olade Experiment will- U.C.T.PROGRAM MEETS OF FOR FUN For Constablem" per Grady Burton 1Jf' ,11 I;


    I I starting at I p.m. tomorrow I Regular monthly meeting of "" 2nd District ,
    OT SPECIALIST Field trials on use of sprays to JU C 'i
    I the fast-growlpg United Commercial Subject nW D.wdcr Ptlm.ry, andidate For
    Cblr..441NeN control late tomato blight and -$ : H ,
    rut ._ H.... Travelers of Stuart 'will
    I, ,,4M14 .dtisul A4atN.u.e.(1' II e Pbw 'III'i use of different sprays te cone Chal flB A.
    << ''i li trol aphIds on Chinese cabbage: be held at Stuart Hotel 'at 8:15: General I
    orney
    REDUICK L PORTER, J
    Op I r.4l.trwI .. onions, peppers, cabbage and tomatoes April 27. bglnnlng: with a baked CHRIS HER ,
    r! ''I I will be shown. The latestin ham supper, after which members 1 ca r nd experienced lawyer with,
    tc:=:.-ooo OClO=tea! ... agricultural engineering and guests will enjoy! an vouc v AND S PORT TI 1 landing record of public service ',.
    I I' equipment'' and soil teeatments entertainment and games pro RECIATEDud I 1 1J .
    to ;:control ,...lreworlJ1.loor.will be gram. ,?' PjmvTMAd. rvmath STATE ATTOR'LEADER EY RMS Bl'SINESS MIN e CIVIC t1 1
    tTERAN WORLD WAR I ,
    shown In the Reid tour to startat --, | f fs f'J '
    Friend an| Yoursfriend e 1I e 3 pJn, Also< to be- shown Elephants In Africa sometimes| -- I" '
    Is a new machine, for fertilizer become drunk aftr feeding on -- L j '
    around small plant and a fruit of the umganu tree whichIs
    crops sprayer machine that vaporizes also used by the natives tc
    the spray so much that make a drink like beer
    the amount of liquid spray need- --- -- --- -
    I } must be I ed is, reduced! M to 99 per cent ATHLETES F00 ERM 5' BOUGHT WOKE
    learned. Ed Fraser has KILL IT'IN 0 HOUR;
    A new 4-H Club for boyl >a YOUR BACK, A.
    I tfted the friendship of Good Luck seems organized last week In Indian- If .N ..d row 'row. DEFP.Lv. .

    1 DJ/usands of Floridians to follow prepared- town by County Agent L,. M TEA. T .t, ,t.o D.Ce.wool .EACH A STRONG It. fwl e J JM
    Johnson. Eighteen boys are 1J l.ekld. With .0% .Ioohd, 4PENETIe
    |ecaus le has the{ ler- L< cess against' bad the club of which the Rev. W. A. Ea ...h' Moo. Guns..- 1886411 I', i
    IN L DOES
    fst t of Florida at heart. I luck.. MORALI Stephenson is er.Experimental P eautif Rug

    M a cabinet officer he / P Keep your insur- plantings of
    cork oak trees are being made in Clean
    Wl be in a better posl- t ance in FORCE/' Florida Object 1 IS to assure domestic Sc a flPic .

    Dal) to help make this a users an adequate supply sq. .m.ceeuw./ ; e +R 1 I Iw
    and PAID UP. < in case shipment from Spain p and De 'v y ,
    pester state, KNOWHDJ and Portugal should be cut: off Service t

    t ASp -OtiV.L, Lumbering i4 the most likely Sparbr a Pro bcts ," '4,'

    SUPPORT HIM, TOO. 'GOO candidate for the title Of this
    i country's most wasteful Industry & ervicPho

    Less than 4S per cent of the nil

    ED MAP timber cut la milled Into lumber. 900 S. Di I ghwayFt.l ,
    Total waste accounts top: 35 per : j ,
    ELECTEDWIN cent, while 22 per cent more la rRE ,
    REALTOR burned as inefficient fuel

    G. (ED) ASER : P. O. Arcade f Good shade trees are beautiful : ;
    and provide shelter But they yp enxha'e s
    Phone 19'MUSIC also are valuable community assets PWHIL '
    STATE COMPTROLLER helping to harmonize and
    soften nearby structures; ;; raise
    Political( Adv. Paid for by Local FiJTids of Ed Fraser)
    the tone of streets and increase
    Y UTIRES
    property values "

    Using scrap metal and parts
    from a Junkyard, a ranger of I It
    the Florida Forest Service recently erS5M5PPg w
    Y
    I ,made a mechanical! tree '
    P I. L
    ; c
    planter'that has been used to LOADED
    put more than 10,000 pine tree r
    seedlings In the ground In a ; 'Co

    DAN THURS, FRI, S 11By single day. FttEEIt # ( "1 1lI

    How to make profits from a
    I T SHELDON BAKER THJO I small wood lot la the subject of .
    a-new book' published by the
    American Forestry Associationat I
    DS. .."COCKTAILSe .' t Washington D. C It tells ',
    how to produce pulpwood crossties
    saw logs, poles and other
    LOCAL 6 'MILES WEST OF, FORT PIER
    products for sale or home use;
    ON OKEECHOBEE RD.PHONE' I
    'You're risking t a line and Jail
    sentence'' 1f you throw lighted J
    10S2.R [emokes 'Out of your car;' while t ? I
    i passing a Woodland or grassy
    area In Florida. '

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    /See Gasoline you Inutt',hare, new tires ; t ,

    // U// For ,That Famous TEXACO gel Ihelbest


    ,/ and / Texas Company Oils and\ Lubricants ... "B.F Goodrich j h : ljlYlw


    " And Oils. ', Tire / ... ". ( ,
    GasolflBe
    We andle Nothing But Dependable ty 4I M. R a
    1 "I
    . Hu phries' Tiro &

    Friendly Service. Drop By For a Thorough Check-Up. (ppliance '.. "\ ",J '* : : .

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    Fort Pierce t:; .

    t WILEY MOTOR CO. 15 If ear. Experience :.t colitis IIHO" 'IIOI.n. o. 'ill I COCA-COlA COMFANT II "t\ ,

    NORTH FEDERAL.HICHWAY. lodi Equipment PALM ,JBEA'Crf, COCA-CO.LA BOTTLIN'G'W" .CQMPAN r:::, ; C

    A. AU S RN PHONE 291 ,RUSS WILEY Sati action: Guaranteed 0......,.. c-c. '

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    ; SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUARTINDIANTOWN ,Home MRS.. Telephone MARY ffle* kefer 15-HARTMAN W noon en ,Wednesday Society Offle Ed aevp 1'110"-, "*''



    CUB MEETS i I toe April 11 Achievement Day BIRTHDAYS OBSERVED: Mrs Herbert Dugsa motored I unmumnunuuulfilnuumnuulymtnumm unnnuunnun15nu11p
    I
    PAG& Clothing for the family was I I program for 4-Q Clubs in the AT OES !MEITINO HomeDemonstration Woman s Club to Miami Thursday for a two- GRINER'S
    l dltttused at the me'ting it the
    Indlanlown Hume Depionalia. county at the Stuart\; Civic Centt Birthday of the month were day visit RIVERSIDE RESTAURANT
    I
    GILD tlon Club at the' home\ of Mrs j' arid rrfreahment was served Circle observed, Eastern Apr. 15 when Star the met O.E.at 8. Final Meeting W'ek-end-t-guest of Mr. and S SPECIAL MENU EVERY DAY

    ATVA E C:, Rollins Thursday push| !by the hostew!' aslsted\ by MM J.W' Woodman" Halt Honored guests .Mrs C O Rainey of Port Sewall I fried Chicken Steaks, Oyster and Shrl

    noon.. A report WM glve on ; .WMtflfld I ..... ._ Mrs. Art Mrs Notes B
    -- -- ---- : .: were Stuart, / 1Cizek Set ThursdayThe were Mr. and Mra Harold Tlllon HOME COOKED
    d''pan z
    Mrs Oeoree L. Rowlev By' MISS! LtTILE IN3COE of Buffalo, Mr. and Mrs Clyde Tasty Delicious Food
    I pHONI FREE PARKING ..6 I Mrs A. M Johns and/ Mrs J. W: .! Miller of Miami and Mr.and Mr. ,
    ,Ollson.. Slxtt'en.(JIher members final meeting :of the aa
    I
    1 Right Down Tow"I I enjoyed the covered dish luncheon Now that the weather la getting of Stuart Woman's Club Richard T Johnson of West IRS. ALBERT GRIN R
    WAhsfacUh a I. UP WITH CASaLINIt AU PARK ALL DAY IF YOU LIKE S ion the
    i and birthday cake, The next even warmer, we hart to will be luncheon! at Chlsholm Palm Beach.
    '
    SINCLAIR a : I Drive 'fn Curb Service
    I LOU BRANC take special ear In laundering I _
    meeting of the circle will be at next Thursday at 1. Instead 'of t .
    aibly STATION 0,_'" M.......ry W/V. 'the home of Mrs, 1*R Pomeroy our wearing clothe :on the) regular meeting date It Mr and Mrs E. A. Mennlnger N. Kill NORTH .T LUCIB *IVE* BRIDGE ON D. No 1
    J WEST 'lM UAlH PLbeIDA 011. ftl Pint / May ( at IptnAttending Right now cotton is popular was announced Monday New left Saturday for St. Petersburg IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 111I1111,111I11I11I11I111111111111I11I11I11I111I1111' 1/l1I1I1I1I1I1I1IUi, ,

    f .--- __ -1.._ l last Thursday Were and cotton accessories!! play a cfflcer will be 1 Installed at this to Visit Mr. and .Mr. J. C. Mc- ... -+
    I Mrs. J. R Pomeroy, Mrs. Lewis major role In brightening up the meeting, and annual report\ of Crocklin Jr. Following thtl'stay jjlllllllllllllllllh Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIINIkppILL
    WE MAKE OUR OWN ,Bell Mrs. Flora Corbett, Mr*. H. werdrobe Here are tome point committee chairmen will W In !81! Petersburg they motoredto '
    E. Reddrlleu, Mrs, A T Hogarth, Ire In the launderjig( of them presented Miami where Mennlng'r addressed FRE
    I Mrs W. C Armor. Mrs A. C I Cotton blouses and neckwear 'Reservation for the luncheon the Shenandoah Garden
    JON SIGNS 'I Coin-sort.. MC :R. H Knapp Mra. 'look ,beat fresh and clean so should be made with Mra: L. E Club In an Illustrated. lecture last II Business A
    E B, keep them that with fre- night. Doing *
    Mrs. F F Maur. way Ashley 1020 Riverside Drive
    3 SALES SERVICE MANUFATURE :rr. Mrs afmFnH Mrs. p ; quent washings Use plenty of Drive, Phone 119-M. Rervatlons and
    I.Steelman, Mr*. Orin Caclwell hot water and good soap for .will close Tuesday, Mrs. .Hlen-Asplnwstl returned \ Equipmelit Sales Service Co.
    ;
    HAND PAINT AIt E11TISIN6 ,(Mr!). NOMe Co 'II aboom\ and MrL white/! piques' and other study" to her home In West Palm
    f Laura MlspelPARTVCUEX cottons and finish.with a little STUART GIRL IN CAST Beach Friday after a short visit Moisture V hen and! When ou Want It" '
    d.r I bluing or bottle bleach to keep Mara Hill N. C. April 22.- with Commodore and Mrs. Stanley IRRIGATION SYS IMS' PUMPS, rOWER ITS AND SPKAYBBl
    FRIDAY the fabric from turning yellow Virginia Alelne Burgess!! daugh Kitchlng While here, Mr*. WE MANUFACTVN* iI
    I Mrs William Alexander, whoIs Wash colored l 'neckwear and ter of Mr and Mr. E. A. Burg- Asplnwall attended the meetingof Free 4 I Portable IrAation. Systems *
    I living In the plait home in I blouses as you would,all colored cad of Stuart, Fla4 appeared In 8t-Ind-O-Mar Federation of !
    Sago Sands, Jensen Beach, entertained cottons\ : each color separately !.he'' cant for "Death Takes jl Women Ctybs : wi w roar MERCE Or .l,lFhr""'A \\Jm ....-5uowoRANGI 11iMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllll1
    with a dessert brldgi warm water. and dIn the HOllda,'" the spring productionOf -t- "
    "' 2" Old Dixie Hi-way at her home Friday Mrs Edward shade the Dramate-rs of Man stilt The Saturday Night Bridge .uuunnunwuununwuaerrl ::
    StuartPHONE I Swarm. and her sister, Mrs, Lace should be cleaned In I College April Iff In the college Club met !Saturday! nt the Eldo -- -- -- +
    0 Ingersoll! Mrs Talmadge warm water in a mild suds When! auditorium rado Height\ home of,, Mr and
    276 son\ Mrs. W. K. Mason. Mrs. extremely dirty try a second Mr*. Earl Rlcou. Winner for the
    Ashley and her house- WU-I sudsing but never rub hard. Put 1 CHAPTER WILL MEET evening were Mr, John M. LawJr. .I ''
    11 Mrs. AIRier of New York your delicate laces In a fruit Jar I Unity Chapter 37. 0 It.!. will! ., and the host' Other enjoying REAL H5TATEHometttl
    Stanley Kitchlng and Mrs half full of lukewarm suds shake hold Its regular meeting at 'the evening were Mr. andl
    i !Woodman Hall at I This Mrs D 8 Hudson. Mr, and Mr j
    --- ---- Judson completed the two tables I vigorously for few minutes and tonight. 1. and Jp Waterfront ,
    I 01 play. Prizes were won by Mr.\rinse In clearwarm water will be "Obligation Night,' It Is L A. Arbogaat, Mr and Mn E.
    Judson Roll > bath I announced. and all members and A. Mrnnlnger, Mr. Law and 1 ReaXiable
    Mrs Ashley and Mr One) piec *in a towel
    : Ito I eligible guests are invited. and Mrs. R. B. McPherson.Mrt Jlreet I S SO'VK
    Wilson blot up excess moisture so : New Address:flth Opposite School
    r rI I that they are uniformly damp -t- Mr'l '
    I I
    Mrs
    Mr. Cromer before Ironing. Lace should be A metropolitan touch.was lent Howard NeaQl! Mrs. L .
    9 of Miami were house-guest/ of r rI Ironed with a warm Iron on the ,to Stuart Apr 8 and 9 when Mist Ashley and Mr. Theodore .
    Mrs L. E: Ashley last week l side I!Lou Radler of Washington D. C., thaupt wets high bridge scorer
    I :.___ wrong on a well-padded UBIN i
    I
    Tested at the Dutch Treat Club last
    I Rigidly board I visited Daniels In the Post Office !
    I Wash white handkerchiefs In !Arcade. In an advisory and In. Thursday at the Civic Center. .
    i structlv capacity on the care
    i of
    plenty hot water and soap
    SEAHORSE suds and treatment of the skin MissRadl..r ....
    and keep them white with a -- -
    r.Y f the first STUAR
    weak solution of Chlorox er blu- gave professional
    I that' 'every iota of C Ing. Embroidered handkerchiefs 'cosm!tic demonstration evet to'' 1TY COMMI ION
    be done In Stuart, Mrs Daniels

    the pharmaceutical preparations TACKLE I Ion ded should the board be wrong Ironed or over side on a to a bath bring well-pad towel out |i, said.specialist)adding that found the Stuart Washington "de',1lghtful I' IfguUr Mei ngl YES HAVE IT!!;

    used at Stuart the and a most urban littlecny" i 8;00 P. 1 12nd
    COMPANY design Wash prlntM and andJlth
    Drug Ea Closed separately from the white Some ,!! Mrs : WE NE AYSSt RUBfetR ;
    tot .
    and E TILE
    Ralph Preyor
    quality nf freshness in ofcder to be used in your pre- All Day on printed the surface types have wluch.bleed excess dyes' out :' East 5th Si have as their I t C'fall'/

    Itriptio /You'll also appreciate the speed with which I guests his father Ivan E. Frey
    h ... Sad S o.a 0.a.. Dar.. In the first washing. I I II 11
    I So 1 P. M. who ell s.e b. I Unless sheer cotton and sister, Mr*. Maurice D. 001.laUn '.. for lour floors t
    your OfHr i> fiJl..d.j ,and neckwear bloulta,1 of York, Pa. Public A a Welcome 11
    piece
    Rod are I
    an/ Reel Repairing anently finished and -a-- and
    No Del.,. s 'crisp after laundering remainI a I j J Capt and Mr.'M N Tampodmade <

    Prompt Service into happy them thought with a to thin put starch nw life tolutlon I'Stuart week. a three-day Coral fishing Oables trip last to! SllEET RUBBER

    ,
    A cloth
    dipped In starch
    / We)5ell. ) Part for All ''solution -r
    and brushed
    over em
    mm"THE i J1 vJli lakes of Reel ':broidery before Ironing. la the Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Potter sb to beauury your Kitc6e Cab net. and Drambotrdi
    and children spent Sunday with Over from whit ..
    way to starch embroidered parts ZQlpblors to select and all guars
    PEXALL roRE" ol blouses and neckwear. baby, his who mother la Mr*. Pauline Potter, lZlttSe teed, qp courie Let Oui*pert mechanic install |
    pending the-summer
    rry SwinglehurstOwner clothes and lingerie the Rlvervlew Apt.SANT. \\ittimf floor of rubber fie in your home, ,
    1 j PHONE 11 STUART, FLA, I With the high cost of clothing .
    care for what you have fa not ,
    Old Dixie Highway only sensible It la essential!! fait tn
    Y1' W<-1..f1jJ.lC..J .Near Jensen Beach pS us our new (Kwroom at 900 South
    e Il .i J I Mrs. E E Spelrs Miami her: SAN"UQUETSHOP Aaar'ACTsa Dixie opposite the pa} in Fort Pierce

    father James Tate and Mrs.'
    AND TITLE
    Alice Depew of Hamilton Ont,I BIdf. vESTIcATIoNsLecaoWn i I'
    I, were we .end guest\ of Mr and I Oil PaintnJF Restored by
    Mrs. Carroll Ounscombe of St. I LL U/SIIRANL

    Lucie Estates' '1 Artists.Bric-a-Bracdklended.BWen China and FLORIDA GRIFFIN E<$KER Inc.

    Commodot- aje ,
    )' Kitchlng Wln q qw I turned Friday after attending .1. A.. FLOOR .co ERINGS
    /l two-day session of the Florida JIM EENNODY.I .

    f e. r1 body hitching Waterways is Congress a director In Mt.of Dora.that MRS. Owner LIE ZZONI I SIUMPT PLOa10A FORT PIER&. FLA.




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    *k Ocean Frgwi >i Beach These Firm. AppreclA You Patron.-.

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    t Girl grads toiVf know what they FOR HOPE.
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    want MOM all olhem beautiful
    a want a -
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    For th. GM Grw/voto/ CfotI N 2231 oboe., $59,49 of our popular Lan Cedar Chests for 54 FOR
    four girl graduate Jlwlll have all the ., ;' THE 8EAUTY .. FOR IE COMFORT
    1 I exclusive features tilt make a Lane OF THE HOME r .. FOR LIVING I''
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    'I 1 a.YAAM Listing of Improved and Unmt. VENETIAN
    e ram caul sa m' owed Pr rues .
    Throughout Martin /ounty BLINDS, 'Let,d."Of Our Repr.sentativee Me ur. Your

    Time Payments Can Be Arranged ACREAGE, .t / RANCHES! Window/ For Venetian BlinTRASO

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    THg STTJART! NEWS, STtART! MXKTIK OOCflTT; FLORIDA, THTRSDAT APRIL 22, IMS ; I Ip I


    ---O-reen by keep- Court ., BIG FRENCH CLOCK WASHED State's t Economy i ?
    Dispute
    of r the wood'EA P-TA COUNTY I
    egret! out .. :-.....-.-. ,, > ; I

    OnFECBlocks Colleges Help 5,M : \: :: :: ) t ,1

    COUNCIL MEET ..* ,
    By $42,990.000 m '
    I as r
    k ::
    Crossing Hope le ....
    SLATED MONDAY Higher education'i ia a substantial i
    t part of V ,
    Florida' dollar
    Until ownership et the Florida economy t"'>'' ; i
    TAE last Coast Railway la, established I with an annual expenditureof ''eta < I A school of instruction by $41990000 during, the current
    definitely cither for or against I StaM and district officer and year according to a recent .ur- I I .: f
    :.he. Atlantic Coast Lin Railroad Installation of new officer of ,1 vlh ,
    pert ul, of 1 kiwis a erlous consideration for a' third (the five Parent-Teaeher Association veymade industrial division by the of research the Florl and*' I i:I,,' : '::t 1; I I ',o

    rosslng o( th TEC tracks In of the county will feature a State Chamber of Commerce ni> ,,1 j r t tb
    Stuart: business district l the quarterly meeting of the: reported yesterday In its \_ : ',
    If. lm- P-TA weekly I :/
    County Council Monday at business : b r I
    possible four officials of the FEe I the Woman Club, 'The all-day'sslons review I
    rentsle ad inlul+ told Mayor. W R Baker slid City will begin at 10 With I "Florida 21 unlversitle and
    :3ommUsk: >ner* Atle Stuart and Mrs. Warren Q MerrUt of Salerno colleges, Including junior col :'
    Kenneth Stimmell at an Informal council president, In y. 'leg**. represent an original investment -
    I conference here April 14, Ichtrge.i The group will go to I but( not the replacement :: ;
    "Our hands art tied and any Grlner Restaurant for lunch I cost I of approximately 1 !
    ward MappRea Ouch eorutructlon work li out of at 12:IS. $40,000.ooo in I land, buildings and /
    lh question the commissioners Mrs Henry Pacettl Lake I equipment Operation and maintenance :
    were told, The visitors gave no I Worth, director ot Region of these Institutions'
    or Indication: on how the tleup wIll| conduct the morning cl..11'1 during the summer of 1947 and'
    : might affect! promised{ Installation I es In the various phase of P-TA ,i during the current t rm ending u
    Bldg.Pbon 'work. She will b, assisted In June of this year required a I
    0. Arc a of crossing algnals In Salerno by tl
    this year, It was reported' other regional officer and probably budgeted total of $22,775,184. An!
    19BOD On thing was made clear I' state worker, At the closeof H. additional $5000000 covered i
    however, Mayor Baker said. The the afternoon program she I building programs and other expansion J

    railroad "Is fully awar that the" will Install tbe new officers at Warmers am dt' \ark-U l li> the huge hum)* of France* largest'' tlmkat expense for the year :: -
    location of Its station In Joint ceremony new feature I I "Over and above direct college
    present l the Cut. De Ports the give tt
    Hof I Lyon *> !: a thorough cleun-up for !
    council activities. expense room, board text.
    All
    Stuart will eventually' have to member _ i
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    be changed. Baker stated, and P-TA gtoupa In the county .oGot o=o' Q o'oeso book and supplies, Florida college :I .
    during the meeting considerable ,nd other* Interested in the student spent $15211629, i
    discussion: centered on the pro. I work of the organization are In* I II Salerno Civic AssociationII during the last calendar year'
    LIKES TOA posed shift to brow the 4th Strosslng vlted to attend all or\any part II principally on,clothing. travel, !
    : As It is, Baker explained I of the meeting v A_MWHMMIHI____Jh._A._fWm___MMA_.__,.-, .-f.--*-* --m f-*GOBy J cosmetic and amusement
    OD FAIRY the State Railroad Commission New officers of the County 'Total enrollment in Florida i
    Council will be elected at this MRS OLADYS PERRY Progress on the Salerno Civic I universities and ,
    prohibits t I the third I colleges pow
    BI/T/ LW PEOPLE crossing suggested Immediately] last meeting of the school year, 'Colored t moving picture were I Center la slowing up a bit because stands at 32.Boo and totaled approximately '
    the who have been
    men
    Y6 I EM ANY south of the present station shown"by County Agent L. M. one-half that number -
    much time to It haveto
    giving
    I PITY THE EDITOR so during the session
    rite because of potential mingling Johnson at bur last meeting summer
    face rush at with "
    M E of train and public traffic a present last year: ''i
    ) Method of farming and cattle
    1
    amiethnes 'their businesses. However
    ,:
    the Mayor said hope Getting out t puppf Is own The State ; ,
    Uowerr I raising lit Martin County seshown with afternoons Chamber! Mated that
    for the crossing to fun tint, it Is never u picnic. II we'! by UM Aim were most Instructive to give only the Saturday accomplishments to thut survey does not .novae:! specialized

    congestion hazards at the pres-I I prod jukes} Jl"ol'le i ny we are silly. date are remarkable It wa disclosed professional schools military I '
    ent crossing/ wilt not be abandoned U we dun, they" lay we are toowrtnis Roy Baker and C. A. Christopher at a meeting of the Board academies or private\ schoolsbelow I ,
    and once the court the I level which I I
    passe, If we print thinKS from were guest who made brief of Directors held ,immediately atthe college
    finally on the FECI ownershipthe I mean approximately 1.000.000
    lhir,pnnon, we are o raw l J.I to speeches: j close of the last meeting a
    Idea can be revived and per- 2y more to business in the Stale r
    ourwjvtu If dim Discussion on the coming band that all bills are paid. All materials -
    haps realized. whir\ (Inn wr t, -- I
    also I fiMtd of ..tuff.I" concert April 28 Indicated It will, bought and used to date !
    The commissioners failed we are too our own Welcome Relief for '
    be event in and whatever labor has been I
    an that\ everyone !
    to get any satisfaction from thelesslon 1 "" "c print tnhutHini. the paper tI
    town will enjoy hired has been paid for, and
    la regards to hhe.r; I i!I hllcd with funk If "we dmtvn The card party under Mrs I there Is still a good balance In BACKACHE PAINS'
    removal of .
    posed ( NI'prt..ojllte some true Mortenson chairmanship at the building fund. We can b* ,.
    y I between, the two tracks despite I Out \ r
    !
    fence i lIIOalsr Birch
    P geums.): Now, like, AS aid; someone Mrs. Chandler's house was, a i proud that so far w* are keepingout ,tcletlca ; ; ,
    removal of
    citing the several L
    Ih.IIIIUUSII
    will this from huge success The next party of debt which is our policyas hi',
    we swiped
    l other'such fences In east say piece .... ,
    will be )In two weeks with date far as Is possible The two )USTIVI r tl M.eO Nra n fcilM O. '
    coast cities I cuss' irtln-r pijHT. We dwll ,he __ ....1 Ir.....Hf MWKlM' Mlrt ;
    :.. and plans t to be announced next big lobs left are the roof and N n-... tin NU'M
    week. I the floor, As has been stated before fla LM.. p.%. l m ..er.NsoIN IK*
    I to .. ,..
    04 flbKwlat uS. in4 H
    the rough plumbing hasten

    Give Your Hair WE BUY --I Junk, [ture done are on. and hand most, so of the the Inside fix F t i

    f work should not take too long \ i
    wrecked cars, scrap i to finish Solicitor are till on : \ 111: t;
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    A Treat I the Job so be ready for them "
    and bFasSSISCO'S 1 I
    copper I when they call Part of the lot
    has been burned off preparatoryto I 9 I

    wItJo,s ")......"., .......:... a. v......, > clearing J ,
    _.... ... AUTO PABTTS On behalf of the association
    I NO TIME FOR ..I1r: ....., s..oNl soap P ,
    sincere thanks go to the many I
    _.i, ..... a.e .asdltlde. ., Dixie /
    Y LES THIS IS A V re s4s South ighway friends who have given so generously :: t
    ,..' ._ 111....es s5A .....110. ..- I Fort PiePhone c. In money, time or labor ,

    h FOR FACTS! ,.no. M v.a w i IllblwBeauty rw. kata. ) 129 and May in.we some remind Instances you this all project three. W..oo'I;, ,
    :,
    Is definitely' not for one group ,
    h would like to say :but Is public place I a community ; I ; t ,
    I
    Id wave a magic :'Viet .,Salon .. '.* ... I facility, available td ev E I :
    $ eryone.. If at all possible come:
    bine of M MARK McCEB '
    o a couple I i
    I out Saturday.and cooperate by :
    n save you $8,000 a 1.- giving a little time that the day '
    e He won't MT itan't II Vk1-e A ,i..yt,!, FU.YOU. of completion will come all the We Have the Mat& :, l
    sTUART sooner Home. If You Are\ '
    it
    : be done. r
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    ) I Ia' Following Is the latest list of
    p SINCE donors If your name does not for Your Building ,:',, i

    n would like to say EN fJEEDLUMBER 191* appear here and you have given, -
    it may have been Included on the t
    population of list printed a couple of weeks
    'I bios or triplet, all I I ago or the solicitor may not CASA L I;

    ads. chool and other have given the latest donors ,
    ed )ANY WeSpecIEllze names in, time for this publication ,
    could be
    pro'WI STUART i ,
    'tnlet( money,, Hesay J. P Wllbar, Mrs. Sam Hampton : !, Ia I
    i because it can't BUILDING MATERIAL In Mr. H. Stlmmel, Mr. J. J. I f
    inlaid McCulIum. O M. Hancock, Mrs.
    anybody with Rentalster Leonard Smith, Friendly Tavern, I' i ,
    b' desk amount of CALL ) SEE Johns Dry Cleaning, American 1

    penence know t Oil Company Ulmer Garage, :Mr I ..,
    'the lone t .Information and Mrs, D. L Williams, Shark
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    umber HEAL UnTE-INS'RAN' Industrl. Ordway Motor. Scot I I

    East Coast Write or See .Edward ten's Grocery Harrod: Roy Baker and I

    ILL Total collected to date Is $1;
    SHANDS JOHN E. TAYLOROsceola
    107.SOMJMFS.
    Not rlomise What & Supply o. Bldg Phone 1.41 ____ a "
    H1 STUART FRO N GOl
    Not j>eliver| M..... M."'. 't..ssr Chnl.cN A. DANftTRGlS I
    Phone 22 P. O. Box 305 loam, Fl/ida a __. WARNS HEALTH BOARD ::
    Bill Ihands Promise -.-- '
    -- Sarasota (At) A Sar 1' I
    rfShind W'vf. He Will Do. totan who was stricken white 'SAYS ; :
    burning oleander cutting on his I
    'It property today passed on a i
    promie4 the warning from the state that Arereleased FULLALIFLORIDA'S ;

    po..i e expenditure New MODERN HOMES dangerous oleander and may fumes even are be ; :

    ry ItxVent collected fatal. f! ,
    'hands Iromisea M k-J. ti
    econ- H.A. Financed WAR- '
    aside 3 Bed Rooms 2 Bifhs -%
    with the de. .. CORNER fyi 135 JRJOO \ 9 ,
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    slag
    |at and growBlshands'ree.- 1 NfI
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    a recoil of promises 2 Bed Rooms Or* Bath F.Ft A. Financed 11

    nat re I'd'will LARJ E,LOT 100 x 134UNIT ?
    b.I.< .vejtheoffic Phone Be 0. 277 '
    The first
    of thing .
    nor;' ,. YERO ,ACH, FL IDA we we
    AP/RTMENT HOUSE market is of good ing 1

    world when it is rip But

    Cera 'C nd '
    ISATIME are shipped/ says ulJer
    OR FACT d
    NOT A Goid Investment Income! ,
    FICTION Mosaic ileAl I
    "On 'e vo are assured at we :

    ping only good quahqjlruit ( ; $ i
    !IL FACT I li ALL ceivo good consUme ;
    LORIDA!' 1S6-UNIT yfpARTMENT-F EST '
    NflEDS are many other, thin that can '
    Asphalt, her, nd to correct the' preurit I i

    EQUIPPE /and LOCATED IN STUART TERMS Mastic our provement distnal lion to '

    ANsfor ting, centralized ijarleting t i

    FORm Plastic a I Tile AluminW price cytung, fHacgfj canners; ) i

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    1" PAGE SIXTEEN' THE STUART NCTS,STUART, MARTIN' COUNT, FLORIDA, THUftSDAY,APRII, It, JMJ __
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    SAlBSJacksonville centers told of '
    LIVESTOCK the
    \ has of horticultural\ Investigations -: U,MM BIBLES PUT IN' I Florida cattle and til. 0
    County Agent L M. Johnson or progress ,April a: tot: hogs, t*.
    ;Crops Field been Informed) by R. V Allison, during the put year i HOTEL ROOMS OF MIAMI FISHINGIN livestock went to market to substantial cub total estimated at

    I vice-director; iq charge of the with tomatoes and soil chemistW AREA BY THE GIDEONS volume last week, despite OOSJ4 Reports tram the

    / Scheduled ": ,Forsee"JrT"on:; -fertilizer Miami Beach. flood conditions some co-operaUnlmarketllbcr:
    Day Belle Glade tUttotl <.4'j) Hotel .. Interfered with official Over-aU ?
    which
    The day will begin with assembly studies rooms in this area received: 28,- THE FAMOUS areas according to $ esXJl
    normal operation
    At Indiantown/ I' at the Seminole Inn with A field tour starting at 3:30: 000 The Bible Bibles today were dedicated at ; Information a aUaWe today In MOOOOasthespproS?

    PACE Johnson to make opening remark will cover tomato spray plots, tomato the annual Florida state convention St. Lucie Region Jacksonville: offices of Florida value of stock hand,
    If *. David L. Stoddard, plant and squash fertilizer plot, fifth lOne meeting and I State Markets. Week-end Wt atxth market, tor srldtl ,
    ; pathologist, will speak first on YSUC SrOBTSMAN IS A CUAaDIAN ft' NA1URAL .RESOURCE I from a half-doten. sale cash figures were
    CUD A vegetable crops field day plant ,chase Investigations Sec vegetable trials with gypsum tomato Gideon International Cabinet' THE port unarsu,

    i ATV sponsored by the Everglade fexperlihent 'ond speaker will be entomologist transplanting plots, sprayIng : meeting here Sunday. By.ERNEST LYONS --

    ,will: be held Station in Belle Glad Norman p; HayslIp' on Insect and dusting tomatoes with I One tree can make 1.000000 l' Last Saturday afternoon 'my Mm, William, and I decided ELECT THE MAN YMI KNOW7;
    at Indlantown
    A starting control Investigations, followed manganese and sine,, compoundsand j matches. On match
    l can destroy to out to Port Mayaca to try to catch some /speckled
    ; at it p m, next go
    f pan -Thursday-'-'---.,.-by horticulturist. 3. C. t Hoffman potato varieties.- -" -- -;1.000.000 treel.'I' perch or crappie (pronounced crah-pee) and as step No. 1 1 CAN DO THE 'JM FM Yoqn'Retufll

    Palm purchased a 10-foot minnow seine

    witwfacllH Trade. .n We caught a couple of hundred -
    Dollar 'tJ & '
    '
    i, a. _' :: Martin vary choice minnows of

    atoll Spent .. ;t l halt a dozen varieties-rome extremely SRD SPENT C. M.
    ill' : W 'lt fi:; County; beautiful-.'by seining U Gil
    ,; 'I'' ; At Home ", MARTIN COUNTY and a little ditch along the way* put

    j, : them In a washtub, and stopped $33,000,000
    Stay C w With off for a Coca-Cola: at the little ,
    :: BUSINESS DIRECTORY store near Indiantown bridge,
    ,\ AtHome Marti. whore the proprietor told us that COMP Olllp
    1 i County "a man left her at 3:30 yesterday DURING 1947 r
    STATE

    }4y : .Your Business Card In This Section Every Week Will Bring You Bu' eu perch and, bream caught and 40"bass pounds in less of ''ABLE of I notiM

    than two hours.! "' Tallahassee. 15. 1.-N31.> '
    April +iGwe' EFFICIENT
    3f -- -- at the Lock at about
    Arriving In a report of 1947 operation of '
    3:30, we noticed quite a numberof EXPERIENCED
    the State Road Department I
    :' Plumbing & Heating CASEY'SGolden Get Miles of Wear Quin/s Store I can parked on the south side Chairman P, Elgin Bayless,stated QUAfiFIED
    'I I so stopped there first and found that total construction for the
    1 1i I Sheet Metal Gate Camp RECAPYOUR Me half a dozen teen-age boys desultorily year was more thari $33000000 wM a.rwn.aewlye s .l a

    1e I PUMPING 1Yi Msi I Cabins &: Trailers TIRES Groceries fishing with live minnow the greatest for any single year es..., Ina daM
    And Frozen Foods A man was scooping along the in tbe,departments' history.These .
    i N. M TM I L. w tallSTUART I Beer, Eats and Gas lria. Tkfm to U.. (W.'.. ...1.wr oouct side of the lock with a big dip expenditures a
    Sfauct any Sw....) .. .. GIFTS net for small menhaden-like construction PYcY... 0i'a' b 1
    I Bottle Beer Served Mr ee.yk. vkkk 'I PLUMBI\G wwk Nt LNDINO LMRAEYJ minnows and occasionally: holst- Involving more than 2,000 Friends Constitutional

    I & METAL WORK) I Sundays edout'a speckled perch along mile of road and 23.(00\ feet of Government

    I I BOX see 2V mile So. Stuart, CHASON'SService risen Beach with' them. A woman, flshini bridges During 1847, 308 Jobs In FloridoYVill Vote For end lupportCM. i
    with of the little menhaden i
    I I Station un t Km Past Far S.W one were completed The depart.
    PHONUi D., 100 Ni.fel 0"j' caught a nice 2-pound black bass CAT
    I I Fed. Hightway No t tt Federal Highway PHONE 91314 I,-but nobody else was getting ment set a new record In con- .
    j' .. i I structlsn and maintenance expenditures -
    bites, the diving ORkOMPTROUH
    ------ 1 any and boys kept in 1941 and expects
    ,.. in and swimming across to '
    -- It in 1948
    to
    surpass
    a small Island which separatesthe VOTE m C. Mf
    Buy The BestGENERAL COMPLETE- canal out there, ao we left Explaining why these expenditures GAY
    Jensen Hdwe.SURE Electric and Refngera I Web Ordway and went to the north side. were and are necessary, |P.M FVtttal Aer.ti.. 0t
    where we should have gone In Bayless said, 'tn the first place,
    I tion SERVICENo
    Motors -.I.
    I II the first_ place. The perch were- our State-maintained system
    44 ELECTRIC Job Too Large Orj n't doing much biting there, but had'became woefully Inadequate
    Too Small AUTHORIZED DIALEa FOB I II It embraced miles of highway -
    TRY THEM THEY I we noticed that just about ev many
    Appliances ROBE SOUNJELECTRIC FORD I II e"one-and there were some 20( hastily Improved during the
    ARE MORE THAN Itchen, Lasndry, I persona along the bank below Florida boom and much of these
    i C eta and aH small SALU AND SERVICE I the loci-had a nice string in had worn out or become obsolete
    r APT TO HAVE IT. ap ances. Radios, I DAY AND- MITE the water A careful pre-war appraisal
    Day Phon made In 1940 revealed that at I
    MA IN COUNTY Sound 71 WRECKER. SERVICE Oh, ys. in getting out of the; 1
    'lobe toast $125000 was necessary to #
    Jensen Beach CTRIC I loot REPAIRS car I almost stepped on a- four
    r i Nile Ph e II foot cottonmouth moccasin j make the-system adequate for
    fie 75 StuartET' 4rLJnc I PHONE 9142 that time. During the war orderly -
    Some other fisherman had kindly -
    _
    Improvements to the system
    .
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    killed him, He reminded me
    were not possible as only construction -
    I If -- ---' ,J of the huge moccasins that used l i
    tending to aid the war
    to inhabit the area before Conner -
    Stuart Taxi i" HOME BUILDINGHIGBEE : '* highway was built when effort was permitted

    i I See my Dad and I camped out there "The end of the war found us
    1 1I f:', Billy 30 year ago At that time the with an accumulated backlog of
    t, SERVICE z. & Lake was clear a* a bell It is critically needed improvements
    I' I now just about as muddy whereIt exceeding the 1940 estimates by
    Prompt Dependable I (agwdu.uy j wad ar Ik. Aulk.r. Cf> 1 WUIM| .V. WORTHAM pours into the canal a* the an additional 145,000,ooo. Rapid TOMMY AS
    Increase in, population caused
    water 1 ia when it reaches Stuart
    I Courteous General Contracting -.0 I'll have to reverse my opinIon heavily Increased highway traffic
    I Il' and Repairs that LhfI mud is caused by This meant that our obligation t.
    'f' Righ art o' volin's going, I P. O Boa 832 the flow through the big ditch. had mounted and made it TOMMYSAY5

    i l' I' PHONE 149 on a peck out these line One Block West Palm It having been yean since'I sight necessary Our'for development us to raise our

    heap o' arguin" City Bridge On The. fished for speckled perch I based plan
    was on a projection show-
    I ., 5. pr and con i 'bout cop Right started us oft wrong by fishing Ing,that this total would reach I \ .1
    t the minnows too deep, but that
    1L-T J a traffic fines! It'* hard was quickly cured when t colored $$7800000000 !in 1900: Inatac1tbat !! '

    ; :L 'ti___. win and do your, job -+ -- 11 11I 04 man and woman alongside/[[passed total in 194Thus 1 ?was. reached. and, Thank YoutlE\ry Out:

    OU TROD ON SOMEN 1----- GeneralContracting us perch .(I a noticed n catching that they speckled were the critical deficiencyof t

    1 P''' NE'S TOES -.and with I fishing their minnows only about ow pre-war system Increased To all the Winter Peopl. a Ji Visi A-s who arTomm's
    J ur votes that play 10 \Inches below the cork and I by damage ot heavy war traffic
    may .
    I Bar this An I
    4i b suit I plus the unexpected rate of post past sea *- wish a hsppj
    i h for,fines MAKES LOTS Block andCarpenter twitching the cork ever so often,
    -p I to we rigged up on that principleand war growth made the unprecedented mer and will be looking f of you w' you returl
    0 OES1 I Work beautiful construction program fall .
    1 soon were hoisting ,
    n
    Th do be men, STILL IN speckled perch In air along with neceeearyl"The v I II

    Ci.a I THE TIMES, who,, seem' I BILL CORWIN the colored experts We caught --- want.you all to share my learure i il the verse bclxWrMlMi
    tallest
    tree in the world
    Ifa .u.Q
    13. lost halt a dozen,the boy had
    duty, IT, though in ths'r Box 68 hold of a big catfish that got off, today, so far as Is known Is a ""J ( *r SrUf Mn hi _-I .i\

    eI seal to eaten crimes, mky .. and we tangled with hall a dozen redwood in thy Humboldt State
    I OCEAN unn PARK Redwood II
    l Park of California, It
    r lee fit' ay they rue it I SENSES: BEACH I big gars Is 364 feet high and 12 feet, 7 1 rT\ as.r M.. .
    / ,, j It was a lot of tun--and those And I MUM tiM a M.|
    Many', t who's tried ---- -- Inches In! diameter, i
    man Kit .. .
    perch tasted fine fried to a crisp M Iklnf | r >U.J '
    : :
    right har o tee his WORK -- brown in corn meal that night. Me ,..l 's 5. lye. ;,
    WELL DONE, w at th' polls has bee% They have a dry rich flesh-ars ... l.TOMMYI..k. kMlf r M/ \
    :
    jarred to
    some You Will Till I .law a. in, ....,. _ learn his foe has quit tender and should not be ... '
    LOOK YOUR W.
    on BESTIf >bk k. ).Pre UnWUTkM .

    BE i:I BUT IN TH' IN, th,' BEST MAN W S -th/ public You Visit cooked overcooked.all soon They after catching should be as TBEDiii A04 nest'vela sass_....asu..s.|. kw "

    I : .J sees to that an who fettered down sins, ought J possible Some of them are run- Mill..... ., .MUr. > k. ......
    'I' MUNCHS'BARBER ning nice size-a pound or moM W. Mm' '| b5.. _... j",
    not his
    tots atl'Tia said "
    ': I I I'J' in "Your sins will id you out. SHOP _nd they will take a fly or bass t..... we C. ___
    --no truer w di wer' ever wrote-for at th' LLS, tber* bug when hitting on top. Tk.1 _'U eII 1 nrhm _1 M.I 'l
    : be daub I Oldest Shop In Stuart Don't be disappointed if you F/ITl Ad. ..... ann. e. T_,' lit
    no they're KNOWN BY THOSE ,
    W0 VOTE! J
    .....
    Li7 i Your dons catch them right away, -/u/ M dry tl.we. .. ,
    '
    'J' PatronageAppreciated ..,.
    .. .
    PETE ,1.10 11.. FREDDY W..
    since they seem to move In Sew
    Tested von qua w ........ ''110. .i Led Glww.. .
    schools up and down the canal
    WHoo NAN(:' a I.-.... .
    : Beauty Shop Ji l Lyric Theatre Bid,. _nd when they do bite It'I.fast T.w .. .Idrto .s. JNw" rw.as.e.......
    Stuart and furious. ...
    I .
    I II* S. AKRON AVI!. PHONE at e nANETTe 4 KARL w.Tk. lwen ew.-t ,
    .
    ---' Also don't be hesitant about k>... .IT.AM _' ...' .r--or
    fishing right clou in the bank. MILTON seta, "LAN "..,. ,.... '
    --" I I They pick up the minnow e4 U T_..,'. nnlv. wt _.d t
    tl :- Boat Storage II Fred A. Staffo within a toot of shore NANCY: vets .... ck, t Go ale h,.. w N"e
    US I I TRUEMAN efor A04 ..- ... .. -s I. T..rd Poe cow!
    1 Gi Your Car or Truck I Fertilizer ALLEGATION CITED BM H'W( u JiJtAN. .... 1 '100 o
    Fresh Water Inr RegisteredCivil
    .
    .Ik. ScMty.AM ad Y .. _, '

    I Covered Stalls, kFERIENCED omplet. ATTENDANTS Check Up, I II I Engineer i TUXEDO I for,Tallahasaee-Violation of law a prosecution regulating GOV R R Ti. Il.w IMO Uw MIN.s.a4 lk>,art.w =-:.r=;: :: ::.. .

    FEEDSAND ,
    r shrimp fishing which
    i AND MECHANIC 1 charges Taw mn mtmr mmOTTO .. Ud 5. rt.
    e ; Dry Storage I P.n .t All KfcM. And i having In possession shrimp of Watch Wa on ins r. dd.1 .N d.r u : es .lgity.L eta
    I' I OPEN S4 hOURS DAILY Land GENERAL LINE Of a lesser,lze than which count 55 aces a |H iM Llli ..... alLL
    Surveyor l INSECTICIliUFOULTRV ..<, to the pound with the heads off. M ,IGR11petswsev AM Ml I* brtM JOANrflMlk w......
    V Jackson's Boat Standard Oil Co. I II Stuart, Florida I KIMEOIEa It Is I necessary to allege that the G..1.i sew AMI. m Ml iTfcdr .

    p [ Works SUPER SERVICE: STATION" STUART FEED STORE shrimp were taken from the saltwater .i PtOEIDAe BiMrtkMrta .| W .... .a.w eThe. -..
    Phone IN- of the State of Florida, k> PAUL, Uw Skl &, M4 aCRHia. 0.1'". ....,. ,
    4 'Lisa FLACLER AVL.rHONE ... J.
    r.
    ...... 1..11 Pk_ mew .ALPH D.M CHANDLES NMW.e o.srI I according to a recent ruling byAttorney Wk.. ..a" HkM Nrtlcl I 1..1. rw.d'. .LklMK..
    : 1- I .' JACK MARTIN. Mir, 'AMJ,.!, k..| M 1.... .. ttttt PKIQY EDMUND I IOPEBl to
    .
    General J Tom Wat. we elloa ...... d Maly .4w, "a.i

    .j+ YIN. Pro. t. p NqF ... .11. W.. s:,.
    ilM .Adrd? Mr ...... ow bwd.er
    STUART ChristopherElectric CAMPBELL'SOrange I CONCRETE RICHARDJWACKFlOibA f .-. ....oe. ...... J NN& ... ws.r lULL
    i .
    A.. w oIuII MIR. ..1. _'Ie ...1
    i. CO. I'I
    'PAINT Foundation*, Floors, ",... eska .taw .dy. _
    l Juice Dri Sidewalks sew .r .. draw bUuN
    11 ways, e1 .sser
    L' PAINTS Shop Squeezed at our stand Blocks, Brick, Dram e tJ4i Aloe RILL DICK.w, 4gw.e/T..r'. e...

    f _" VARNISHES 11 Fresh:'DailyWholesale Ti Tank O.d..4.. lewd ad a r Willlo a. ss .... ......
    %, Septic A d a. 1 will _
    I ENAM i. FlOibA RAILROAD LI1J.I& s.d AL ;
    accounts !In Fact t ., M. ...... T--r I '-. .. ..,.M wit.

    I j t CEawINsWILUAMSD.PONT D..I. Pw General WiringAppliance solicited Everything in Concrete' W PUBLIC 1 dld.'t.:-Ns.. ::.t,:/ ='.Nat

    t { ',RepairsPHONE Fed. No. 1 NTILE Mrahna" .. ..... .... ... to ......', .
    PRODUCT, Highway TIES COMMISSION a.r.M Tot'. ....,, T.I.,.Iktll. '. ''
    I"I I Phone 120P. i 117 I and Jensen Road I I.',L. DECKER f .r p.dlh zed ...... .
    AM .
    I
    11ooii '
    O, Arcade P.O. So 077 I France Apts, Annex I i I di s u get/ re "

    ,;. -- I .__ __ .. I Box 9V, Phone_27-W J w IAILIOAD SERVICI vaek: ,,......

    l' J' a TEUPHONI.SERVICIdl .1" '

    qlt '' PITCHFO 'SJCA I Docks <4 FRANK HALEROOFING s sElVld

    '5 1 1I Stuart e 1E PH, SERVICIC ALL SUMM1

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    I Seawalls TIUCKA4 Iwcl
    Auto '

    r0a KENT I I Boat Houses AND CampModem PUT MACK RACK For theApprewate H FoIkslanJ. 'Aay'and. 'Eve..," ,

    ., Cottages; end Boats CotWj-e* th. Be.t In Liquor and MisH
    Seafood All Types c,f Maria. Roof Repairing And Trailer CoVt N. wig IgMMnT ..d PNC N Ye *.
    r.|>Uii ;flwo..rk.t Lr TO
    WHOLESALE tf* RETAIL ConstructionIvan 511 So. Colorado Ave. RENTAL BV t>AV, WEEK OB

    :"' Bait For,Sal. TaylorP. Phone, 9141 and LeaveMessage ALL CONVENIENCESBLAIR MONTH U. So'
    Ij FLORIDA BORN .?WORLD WAR 2 VETERAN MMY'SBAR.
    JENSEN BEACHAT O. Bo* 474 No.1
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    i Writ. p. o., a- HI and BAKER COLLEGE GRADUATE BUSINESS MAN
    COUItTT BRIDCg PHONE, 1,044' Stuart, Fla. old ...w. P-. Mss

    4__ .. "-- '1 L :. ..-.---.... i VOTE FOR R 1C HARP MACK M.ay 4th

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    THE STUART NEWS,STUART, MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA, TIIVRSUAf', APRIL It, 1S48 PAGE SEVENTEEN f j,

    ;JJJjHIUillllllllllllllllll'1"' """"""" doe being the ninth .. ; '
    person to MRS W 0 BUCKNAM Islands In :, .J (
    1882. cam to the
    TWO SHOPS SET by the Legion the Ford Motor CHILD TO MEET TONIGHT ,
    Obituaries be Issued a badge ,by the commission Mrs. Clara A. Bucknam, 80, for United State In 1902 and had Western Union .
    5 toll He retired about three 14 years a resident of Jensen lived in Stuart since 192L He FOR ADDITIONS .I Company and the American and The Fine Arta Guild "will
    at MnullimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiHiniii yean ago to make permanent, Beach, died attar a prolonged was a retired .union carpenterand TO RAINS BUILDING National\ professional baseball its delayed April meeting to
    ! 11N residence In Stuart after Illness at Martin County Hos- unmarried. His only known NowHandding .leagu's No games will be played cuss another play to be' .. ..I
    4W it J. HANCOCK C D Uved In Miami since 1818 having where pital at ID:40 a.m.Tuesday where dleras.survivor Is a niece In the Ma- Nearing completion and due I on Sundays, he added ed in June\ at the Civic hol41.J
    1 he was a leader In the founding she was admitted Saturday. The Payment Plans for occupancy.around May 1 aret..o at 8 tonight. President H.
    of the Boy Scouts He built three body will lie In state at Johns new concrete block and reinforced Mn. Martha Whittle motherof I
    u0q AT 90John theater In Stuart, the first in Funeral Home from 7:SO until concrete additions to Mrs. Lane, spent the week: end Steffens has announced
    whirl DIES 1914,the second la 1011 and after 10 tonight and funeral mass con' 5 ATTEND FEA nbw the east side of the Rains Bldg, here at the Lane horn freshments will be served I ,
    both had been torn down his ducted by the Rev T. 1. Deary Peopls can make their on East 4th St. The additionsare ,_-__-_-__-aa__-_--____ (
    third, the present Lyric Theatre, will be held at St. Joseph's Cath-, regular payments on autos refrigerators 20 by 40 ft. each and are
    naw Charles Hancock, '90, for was opened March 15, 1928. olic Church at 9 a.m. tomorrow.: MEETBOARD and other durable being built for $8000, according PRESENTING OF p 4 i / I
    Burial will goods! bought on the installment LINE /
    be In Mechanic ; to the city building
    Stuart, His\ .C. Fred permit Issued
    of ton of
    resident" Stuart
    t' Is ..I
    at the
    plan nearest Western
    N.\ yell a his only ,survivor Falls. Me j Union owner H, B, Rains a month ago I
    died| after a abort Illness at Mae! Survivors Include her husband office Myrtle P Oarrett, C E. Heath U contractor and SCHWOB LINENS '
    qn County Hospital at S;:15 ajn.today and two sons. Hamlin P. station I, PAID $7,838Superintendent manager of the Stuart Telegraph Robert Hodapp Is doing the block i }
    1\1\ I IppiLal J H. ,
    ERNSTEINJ
    admitted the ed at Clark Field in the Company, announced today I work Occupants are scheduled I l4 Cu.l ew.r aa.Wa. tja..an d .Is..b .d pIn.m t1
    Ife wee H. 0 a..., laN.6 .M, ba.b M..I. hlehm ml dish t..du ad awe .' '
    Einstein, rr.nh
    about 65, General Motors
    Funeral died pines and James H. ot AcceptanceCorporation to be Frank :Mlnachke with his' .
    sea.e ,
    Monday PhiliP-I' Nand .bed MM, kbu 4 Mk 461..I.t IIro. I 1 '
    I suddenly at his home In Larch- N. J.Who has and the Commercial ''tviw and .ap !
    come second hand furniture .., I ,
    I Nad. NN. .dh.rnhMt felllM 1 HWc .tea aka IN
    1CAf will be held at St. Mal'J" mont, N Y. Roscoe H. Rol! rrl.
    Saturday'nllht. the Credit
    Corporation
    funeral service and have already bore in the eastern .
    section and a.iwe Y yw b 'Ik. s Church' at I All. toXSnriUi Burial was In Larchmont Tues company the body northward lins, Supervisor Harry C, Webb subscribed to this service I Nathan Schoenberg with a shoe L.N.M..ad t ...rt.at 7labs I. pea, ba.. cow ..r aaalr, r I i
    burial In Saints day. and Don J. Romanello left yestrday to provide convenient means for f repair shop In the section closer' I I
    eTM,' cemetery )"> Jensen Beach, He was a winter visitor here JOHN ARIA and Principal Erwln FJohnwlck th lr customers to pay their I to the railroad Both will take Mae, 0, NOPKINs ;,
    Bon, m Oreencastle Ind. Oct last year and had Intended to John 'Black Jack" Faria, 69 and Mrs Wilma Sims monthly Installments, Mrs Oar live-year lease, it was understood Q sox se CTUA&Td'w.' PNONC p jf
    -.jlij.Hancock became a pineapple come again this season but was died about 4 ; rett said and the service is ex* ,
    am Friday at the ,
    ) grower upon moving here. I detained by his. wife Illness. His home of Frank Mlnschke at 529 left this morning as Martin ,.peeled to spread to many other 1 --. ----- Ot Ot70 omor 0a X000 \ .: i
    IMM and later was employed a* aBnan yacht, Blegram has been sta South California Ave where he bounty five delegates to the I I companies as the public becomes j :11j '
    for the Truman For.tier tinned at the West lit,8t city: had resided' for the put five Florida Education, Associationconference I aware of this convenience Junior Baseball '
    j o
    company In Jacksonville. dock all winter His widow years Funeral arrangements" In Miami which opened Under this plan Installment i :
    T in later yean he was an Inspect- his only survivor, It, was understood IIJ' still are undetermined. this 'morning and will( extend payments may be made at,several i' TO MYVRJENDS //1'1' 'I

    CEO er rot the State Hotel Contmls- here. -_--.Farla, born In the Madiera through Saturday, D ,L ,I offices thousand in the United Western States Union. Sub!!1 Signup to Start n.,lit! I rand .

    Williams of the, School Board scribing firms, such as finance voters of trV 2nd >iatrictI !
    -- 6
    -- yI
    0.t.. also left today for the meetingbut companies and other credit Start ot registration for the I HAVE WITHDRA: THETHROW ';; .;;a: \l '
    ,
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    .t.dl TO OUR CUSTOMERS will return tomorrow. I agencies may give their customers countywide junior baseball program .1 '
    i
    Rollins Willed Associated i coupons showing the indl'vldual will' begin Saturday at offices CONSTABLE RACE MY "if's\1' '
    account number and the
    dloh of the Florida
    Abstract
    Press report Saturday, of the
    receipt i
    OFSTUART amount of budget payment due Company on Semlnol Aev T. J. SUPPORT TO CHA A. CHRISA9L :
    by his office of check for "
    ohi a Western Union gives a receipt F.
    i 17838(7 ,from the State Board !to the customer and forwardsthe Kennedy. announced yesterday TOPHER. FOR CLAW DECENT
    Kennedy is head of the 1
    and MARTIN COUNTY of expenditures Education, for,under capital the outlay new the subscribing remittance firm and coupon to junior baseball committee of, ENFORCEM T, : j.
    Harold Johns Post (2 American I '
    foundation' program. Checks; totaling Available at Western Union I Legion which co-sponsors the VOTE FOR AflD SUPTtORT ti:1'9 : ,1
    $923,360 mailed to 22
    \ were
    / offices at all hours, Including projecttie I
    To Better rve Our Customers Whether Contractor, Farmer,JspoHsman, Home counties for school constructionand Saturdays, Sundays and holt said teams will b> formed CHARLES A. /HRISTOP\ER tlu //1
    Owner or CUieral Public, IWH other capital outlay expenditures days, the service Is especially I I for various age groups with ,;tj "
    the AP alii/ ,
    reported convenient for people who do I boys In the county born I "-Harvey lion r1IP.Id I ,
    The checks brought up to date not have checking accounts The Dee 31 1931 being eligible The II I Iactivity Advert,. ..MA ,,1/ j f 1 1i
    the first 10 months' paym.enLIIIn ; lol"Inl 1,
    WILL / fee is
    REMAIN PENAL only 10 cents a payment U sponsored nationally! k/
    .
    capital outlay funds to the 22 ,. i. i ,. I'." '
    counties that have qualified to
    receive them Comptroller C M 1 I; I f
    \ DAY
    WEDNESDAYS Oay reported The remaining fi
    45 'bounties will receive their re -i
    DURING THE SUMMER MON /S checks as soon as they qualify For REPRESENTATIVE :'
    by posting their 25 per cent
    matching funds and completing I
    The Personnel of Vur Staff Will Be Given Time
    Off h Week for Relaxation satisfactory surveys ot school
    I and Pleasure, Ik M buildings needs I ,

    We Feel These Arrangement* Are Necessary 4o Meef the Requirements of Our, Mr and Mrs Arthur Chasey \ I '.
    Business are here from Rochester N. Y..I : fr"
    visiting Mr and Mrs. Paul Lord, I '
    Store Hours As Folio'Weeh'Daya Of the St. Lucle Hotel. I Ie .. 1, "

    .acept Saturdays) 7t30 jf M.,to 5)30) P. M. Mr, and Mrs- R-A. Halstead I I T All My Kind : "F l i :
    I have returned to their home on I .
    SArdays 7i30 A. M. to 9/0 P. M. Camden Ave after a visit of two ( !
    weeks In Camden, N Y. I !

    Save little fat Too Fni nds and .;, .1' d
    ; I Ii
    BESS Manx women think of living I 3 3F'
    HARDWARE CO.: aNd kitchen fat only whet tnefctve > i 1
    lots of It, frying bacon for )f '
    S.StII Instance But all meats bans I 'q
    some fat and bones and table A
    ere Fishing egine"Sox craps will yield' a. surprising I Neighbors Ink I
    N amount when they are neat-l, I !
    Phones 38 and 216 and every drop I ld scraped Into I
    your lat salvsgacanLein j ,il' f f
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    , .- VOTE didate for one of the most pea V>nnble offices ,
    I FOAND SUPPORT i II
    e.. of our State, it can be summed u\m one word
    That word U very important in oik everyday
    :-1{ I life. A word upon which our futur\existence t
    depends That word ill I 1

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    ... '. May 4th I am to be j jJBged y you at the polls. Between now >t I '

    , ';"' ',, /,'! ="1 and that time most any Kfrd of p cpaganda may circulate ;- good i I r rand ,

    ;; \I't" "irl; t:! i bad. That's part o 'most allv>olitical campaigns ; t
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    R, :. ', ;,\\'hiij ",'... !!':'ilJ I have taken this upon self, wilhVo outside help whatsoever, not I., I

    1 1j 3 ,,' I : ::>' '1, Jj" : ;j I one single dime in mon and note\n one single suggestion as to I' "
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    j ., running for this ca1 office. '
    ; ,>,:,:,;, ;:r my poll ; :i, f I j

    .I ; ffb I"i ,1' If you will elect me, I i&n go to Tallaha ee with a clear conscience j. : '

    i and an open mind obligated only to 1 the people of Martin I "

    County and the SlatjS of Florida I, I 1 iI I II

    I Ir I owe my success intnis life to a motto w 'tten in verse and given ,t..1'

    b p3 me by a very, very/ ood Baptist Minister fr\nd of mine away back i ,:j I. j ,

    I I IItr 5 in 1922 just twcgjtyears previour to my c ing to Palm Beach / t '

    I County 24 years a o, before Martin County w born This motto M '
    is as follows: f:' I i ;t tT

    e ROY C. BAKER : : '
    Natural Laws .of Life d iI',[ '

    e re under Perfect Regulation :' ;j ; '
    entually those Laws Prevail

    CANDIDATE FPR in spite of all Evasion. I ,'I

    fou Either Reap Reward for Good I ,

    teriff of Martin County or pay with Retribution 1 ,,I I ,

    As Nature's Clearing House ,' .i i \t. i

    In the, Democratic/ 1 Primary, May 4, ..1948j adjusts the Laws of Compensation. ti;
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    j BORN> ''AN .AISED IN FLORIDA And A Resident-of, South Florid 23 ,YearsVtoy C. Baker G My purpos* 1s. that I have no other motive than to be of service to \ ..it'l l
    I. A Trai 3 Years Police Service 5 IVr the ;:_ i
    Law Enforcement Officer With Military on ,
    fellownan. I sincere honest of
    Debsy poi Department, and For the Past 2 >/,. Years Has Been Chief of PolweVf Stuart. G my am and capable carry\ g out ,
    H. Has .. Excellent Record for Law Enforcement and Enforcement of Safety Recutsxtion* In this reap sible position if elected... ,

    I Order.the Comm. >ity. He Is a member of Harold John Poet of the American Legion and belong to the Masonic. You w ( real .r representation in the Legislature. I want this I i

    pledge/you that, if elected, I will do the best job ever done. or

    V i ROY, BAKER IS MAKING THIS ,RACE ON ,:.HIS, OWN\ INITIATIVE, ,. Marfi / County So why not vote for me? '
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    ''ELEC HIM HE 'PLEDGES. LAW ENFORCEMENT, WITH;:':" ::1 ''- Sincerely Yours: ,.
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    b.n-1I, (III'tl. V.I II II'm ", I '" ",, w.I I CmiiM line Buista, awl Murfcl' Jmws. flan The rousing, thrilling John Ford epic of jp'T ,
    .. .. ,,, ,, .111.I .itliiiiKston( bathe lum thin nuts t
    I. 'I"" I "" '" ,01.1 "I l "" I" It" ''HI liprgo frontier laughter, lose!
    s nllll.. ."it ,,, \" siI t,,,? "i,",,,I.yl tiii, ,, "..I< imn 'tlun,' '10( (IKK} ix| <',ltirk( !' .In' .intK ip itfd. I courage ; e HEYWOOD WAKEFIEL .
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    Aiuv\\\f\\ 'Ml' to right. IIH' .in' OAnvk' Ift'J'I/: Are firi>;i and, ( tie. )lliniili!! Air !Nrftumil (;nmlIIMH.'II FURNITURE FOR J>ORCH OR PATIO
    ,rltitwlltiiltlrr |oawat, i t. llx" : fuilU,, Will Iwnwllsdc| [ ,

    _. 2-Piectl Sets Separate Pieces
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    Iof ,1 tsiMlix d price and orderly J.\\'(n-ETTES: INSTALI } '
    MC CARTY TELLS marketing. !' NEW BULLETIN 110Mil End Tables-.. fef Tables. Corner Table;

    Mutual recently sent a letter : SeJjp Tables ;11 11In
    Iall l gubernatorial l candidates, A glam-enclosnl bulletin board
    VIEW ON STATE ;lI ittmn their'inudy of ltd program lo announcements be used to display ot coming posters social and Beautiful; Modern Sty of Sailcloth i in an Assortment ofright ::

    !.lid cmoha.'dzliig the urgency of event has been In therusl tress "
    placed
    tl.i' present crItical situation in t Color
    Office! Arcade by the Jay-
    CITRUS
    STATUS
    tin<' rttrua the industry Stales which entire is econi al.I- I ree-fcttes through_ the enurlecy YIAYN FONDA Add Comfort, Aarm and Life to Your Home. j'
    Iclinu '
    of arcade owners Mr and Mrs
    'its i) Practically all the other H, \, Announce i ctlklt1EMPEE
    Lippincott
    .11 didates also have replied nients and posters should be lefts ARMS IZ Liberal T ms, To Suit Your BudgetMATHER
    must i uf them admitting thy do
    at Bartlett Brothers electric II seat
    J i out i know too much about the lore on Osceola Are for placement Ial sal.aaa lala.lxta t1
    i unifications of Florida biggest In the case by a Jjycre \ r.wm.stnsn.oata,0WN
    business but promising to give
    Hit there will be no chargefor a.arle ass//a'r
    II their sincere effort once they
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    t pct in oUlcl'I
    I ed that announcements not be'
    Mr C.uty recognizes the Industry fastened on the outside of the I r FURNITURE
    1 s potent part In Florida ,,tase, |
    economy by his opening statement '
    I utnt nctwu NMvciwi' > MMM* M lstI m1Ntl ar r as
    In his I letter to MutualThe : :
    truth of the matter 1 Is | citrus Industry have the capac- OF STUART.
    that the citrus Industry must I ity and ability to solve their Starts THURSDAY, APRIL 21th
    problems and I am anxious( to :

    and prosper laps,'"economic' The or Florida Fort health Pierce would 0nanclall candidate col-- 1 I:Some cooperate ot the to boat the fullest brains extent.In the II"" YI"I" 1IIII IIII 11111111 II ii: let M* Feather Your Neat. -"With A Little Down"j

    I manager of a large citrus Industry have worked out the Big prices j
    \oop'ratlve organization goes on present plan (Mutual) and Old Di highway at Akron Stuart Its,
    t ti", state; would be Inclined to support Ij DaysR .
    The livelihood l ol thousands program In which the majority Theatre StuartFla..

    ui Florida families Is dependenton I agl'ee'' --- ---- .. ..._ \>11
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    s. citrus. My livelihood dependson
    citrus Since I am of the third
    ''generation of a Florida
    DAN oCARTV growing! family the cltrus-j
    j of the industry -
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    to m? because confront me
    Lakeland: April 22 IFNS, as a grower and shipper More, :
    ., than any other candidate I amp I
    Dan McCurty (the nlv indidat
    affected by these problems, and) i
    lot' Governor with u participant s would be naturally more Inclined i iIn
    4 nwlBdg.. of Florida sprawling seek: their solution I, '
    mill complex rite. u+ Industry. ad- I "Frankly, I do not proless to]t II Hear Da
    ml)', tif "diH> nt know the jnsncrs know the answers. You will cCarty
    I 'belleVtt,
    that
    readily
    but hr does think he will agree : II:
    shall come closer to the correct
    din* closer to the correct solulion solution than some candidates):
    than some eandklates"MrC'atty's who have no Interest, except)
    ; frank explanation of rolllical. In the citrus Industry' I i
    )III'i stand on citrus problems ispjn'ilnrd who declare the solution fa) in I
    the i regulation of green fruit
    In a ll'U"r to Latt
    shipping. or tho appointment of:
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    Muxcy of rostpro6l. prfsldeot'f
    a czar
    'lol'lda Citrus Mutual which "I, >ng before this campaign. I YOUR NECOVER ) f
    J h I trying\ to work out II systpm maintained that people In the I ..>

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    fgg>_><_< SPORTS-- -r __EVENTS IN STUART. AND MARTIN COUNTY'!::' aUII;,| ', ) ,J' :' II



    Mlspel and Bruce Beatty led the ON GATOR TENNIS SQUAD i art sewed up the decision Three R..'.... o a t I 5 '
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    Notch Sixth hitting STUART BEATS [/long double ty Hank Pennook MnttollM M. 1 1 1 I I/ 1
    igers Abetted by 11 walks and seven ri : I Harris Lowery. Jr. and Horace ($Hull* .JfJf .. .,. -;,.I .! .! t :! t ;
    Delray Beach errors the Tiger = Arnold notched two runs In the t t/411<< ('
    racked win No. S here Monday by.waupln8 a-.B.4M Mr MrfltJRi ,la tl:'.
    POMPANO TRIPS 1st and i
    inning Warren Snipes 1TUAHTAII ; ,
    Face 2 TripsI the visitors 21-3. double to left following singlesby ft H ro icCwiiuwk
    I win Beatty limited Delray to thre H Ed Howard and Nick Beatty 111 4 I S s t \
    singles while Joe Smiths: triple W. Mi'.... e. 4 0 1 I I I ,j
    scored two more In. the 2nd. Ha"',">k rf 1 4 I. { i
    and single for three EBIs topped! t0.J TOBOYNTONArnold Thereafter Stuart ,never got a errof e 1 II e '
    ( ShNw '( .11 S'S I t 1 16 16H4'
    I Ii I a a.win J-l losi wcord (tor the reason Martin the hitting t- 'd man past\; second base but the '. : .* H
    !loW TUusvUle behind Jim Fog done. .AnWd, 4 Y i i i II Aj,"
    team face two damage was
    baseball stiff! road
    lni sigh School's' tort next Arm If ,.1. I 0 I I .
    hung loss .No. S on Stuart last Sto-Down.Staters; :
    It WM wW\ trip to VeM Beach Tuesday and Melbourne Arnold'lost his shutout Id the JT. "..01. t ,. .. 4 I S 1 'I{1't .
    The Thursday here as the Terrors '' '
    Hand ll S'1 1140. 1
    I. Indian River l Conference game Thursday afternoon The notched: a (-3 triumph after beIng 4. 1 Before 400 Here. 8th after Stuarts only two errors H<(i.*' 11. ,.,1 0 t S _, 11 \
    / Ma .. against lau Oalllei Sunday in the! 7th. Sam wal- Sir t I 1 I 1 i, 4P / 1
    ITwUl return home forced to come from behind. s .: .. 1 f' I-1'J 1\
    '; W John pads ana i Henry: : troubled' by,Tiger ejrors,, ton got life on t wide throw to. 4 1 n.. S ,* t tl
    SOUTH f'L A COAST. GLADES open the stanza and Cliff Dew CMm W I IkntmnP .
    I KbSd, the SO-6 romp over Okeechobw: : here suffered the defeat, his second!! bounced *.I_, ? ..00 SSO( .l-.1 1 I I' .
    i ....W t M one off Pennock's chestto 11<.... 44 Alp "0 4Run. I, I' "
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    K.I In *tt yesterday afternoon Arthur The box : '
    loaded three-lnnhl,1 scores ...... 1'1'W
    I f ton n neal Henry was credited with his T1TVSVILLCi I UAHT! .J' 114. Wralnes tapped to Arnold who Kkpw, 1. ftMitfm, i M4 'KMS -

    I1!t Job featured !!. fourth...!victory! of the.spring asTREES i,**. .. .,, La"i".rM' S, I o.rnM.l...ka N.b Knelt, 1 I j I .M4PMIMIMI "I". threw him out'and when Wal' Mart.tart 4 7, ftn.f_.mwitt._.. I 1.. Two lrt Iran w |M hn.M. --- ,t.f..f.W. *
    1 11..ol a 0CantreM .. > ,'.I4W Tharnteil .p.iuiurfc. luwrp. H. AmoM
    --., If .. ., .i i it f f" eulun ..t >aim 110.i* RESULTI,05l5 ton tried to count' on the play Khlu.., Ifculkr br. PnuuirkHmtlr In "
    .i i S 5 ; LAST 1UNDAVS Howard flipped to Horace Arnoldto l. H....til.. J. ArnoM' to Ho..r4Mr ,.
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    j HTUART 4 Inniuim I I. H ArnoU Nw I like H0m1 Htrwk
    ....e p "" ,___.__.4 t, I 'lI ?'I.; ..,..... II. W.| H.lm Ranrk i. nail Walton for a double play out *y Wra.n by J. Arnold 7. HB r > i.
    ", liS .h ...h.. W""h .. However,Thornton doubled with .. h.lli off Wan n.. 1. UK by .|4I.*.T '
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    and PLANTS Arn.usnt; .. t I f S IMm 'M.eninScaT BVNDAv'a GAMES 8th' 4. ArnMd... I (8u".ktx.. kv Wra ... "'I"h j r1 '
    gone in the
    t rube ..,.h Wort 1'0''. HsrO one Pompano t .. .
    Peen et .1, 1 S<< a. P. I l ArnoM Umpire' i
    4 .!...(.Ion x H.n.... and Bill Sanders' 'single, to leftcounted SOornl: a.dllSoNnmhoN:: ,. 'h m. I 11/r, N : ,I
    t-.u 3,1, UTUAKT. ., Uirwm II...... __ "

    \ $1.00 Each. lTUAARJ it'R PO A EHurdwldt : 4 .. ...--- trying him before for a Sanders two-bagger wascaught S IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIlD I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I J' i J-I '. j,
    Stuart SaUrtshf and Clew.
    / Ih 4// 4 1 1Noonrd
    Palms BratibarRe fppers d -t a I S Sl : talon stood at the head of tbe The box score:: : R E SSM A K/N C )I liII ':. :

    t\Spanish Pineapple mtsrergreen l. ....ir(|k. a "iii e 4 4 i iI.d4 b r ; clan In the South Florida Coast: POMPANO AH R H l"" 0 \ K II and l ALTERAT NS ,. ; ''. ;':7:
    Chinese ; r 1 a 1 Glades League this week u both A..... r, 1 0 2 A, o ae.wsn tot. itMable. Air, 11 1r, b Pk ICi '
    lice I II ( :
    gain If I : I U / I
    Ih I IJ I''1541(0WoO.w
    .. ., C I IPMbart mad luoceuful their home debuu .1, '
    'kn- I 06 0 0 I 2 SIlebnrd.ue Archi aId t \ I
    I In Gallon Cans .. f'
    III S 51 | 0 Both take to the road r 4 e e u S '

    READY TO TRANSPLANT] M.erl't4 Krafttf> .l 1 *t 1 t 5,5 I 1 .I f T' ,I Journey again Sunday to Boynton M the Beach Sallfinhen and duo Welbe.Sh_ll- JLLJ.:, ...tlllllllHIIIIItllllllllUlllSUr Ins aT1AN7'I ; ; IIihliSIIIIHII IYx 1 d 1\, :I .

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    EAUTIFY YOUR HOME Clewlston trips to the league'ssouthern
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    11oo... 'lip .Iensle, ,. : extremity In Pompano..: I

    .1'.11I..Ito.....,1..MINI le-Dn.h, 1'.Isle.4".....IHS lee.. Are 1 I--wt 41.. 1 F 4 the Approximately enlarged 300, newly fans-roofed filled: R5

    CRAIG'S BACK YARD ...... T.. .NM th- .11..'. a
    tune
    stands for
    the Sallflshera Inaugural
    Kmresd: ....-....,..., J 1("...11"1.( tofu' II'II'I '
    en hnun. ........" n. 1'.11.. 0 !)..,!, Sunday afternoon as Cash'
    \ j J. I. else Tucker. to H..1ri. M) .Hmtt Pompano bowed l 4-I for the fifth O High I'I'I
    17 Albany Craig .
    ,HI.,I.n !.....-Hmilh' 1. Turks, "..,..
    orYourUS
    l 0..l.. "...."".ir. M... H..h.-. time In seven starts against Stuart Paid
    tit \t'".. f. <0 tier t II... .n .../".- over a three-year stretch CAR -I ,
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    off "Poor II. Off H''T I. NNhr .51'-O I
    hI- Sues I (linesedu' I....... hull Two meetings ended In ties Jesse I 1
    r Mush isms-. Issue" yp, H. Aral.TuN Arnold Jr, turned In his second See s Before I t '
    I t1t.' Bill Oti liU.rain *rti 01 I r T Oujrlilerwin,!( Sltuu1 att mirv. i is ih it successive four-hit performancethis / 'Y Sell br Ioa

    LvUl EI.UY BEACH cltVH XMilriliiitlni, b'' I the ll..iv."ih. ol rkirKh tinnls", tram The spring as he exhibited perfect rade ''I : l'A

    Save on your I l
    r.ifr' :, I I S 0 S I run tills years' "'ruad whit) :), has won I lour.. innlilit'i. and loot' one down on strikes. H- ran up ISC MOTOR COMPANY pI B'
    ,i I iii 111 IS a Dlxfc FORT FIERCE f i..
    1 4 PHONE
    t I one string of 12 successive batsmen IM / .
    { food iuJgefserve W.k. > 4 I I A/ S In iiitimill 'g ite |pLy, this ..-....,... (UF Spots Pint). ; t .
    or .r0. Ib-p-lb. I I O I 1 0arnsrf ___ retired 'and not until the n { I'h. '
    'enns. ...db I. S S 1 I '7th inning did Pompano make a. yy
    f fI ffntr fools I i ..If If I I S 1 S e l I I I eMrNo.lnn Stl threatening move. nee Every Sat -day 11; '!

    ""k.r p.rtMom. 1 0/ 1 t 1C John Mann Sees Air Castle Jake Wralnes took a couple of

    THE A) AZIN6 NEW 1941FREEZER ,1-'n,0(1". t.t..n rf d 1 S e l I I l I I Q II' Innings to settle down to his ? ;',a+f. :
    ,",o 110 I 1 0 I I 7rn..a work and In the meantime Stu- I TIL ,'
    8 ...' ,.., 1 1 I 0 "Q Materialize on East 5th St. ) it

    i. S 1 iM S 7.Rnr DODGERS SEEK: GAME ..
    run r...STUART. 10 0th. I The Stuart Dodgers with four MusA By Pascal! Rascals tV'

    .. .AUIIHPOAJIIH. By ED MENN1NGEK JR. wins In six starts to their credit
    mirk, 'h I I 0 I I Human nature builds an air cacti that comes to nothing still I
    : many were seeking opposition for
    I M..SIll Nau."I I ":i" S If 1 ; 0 I : i;'I more than that When one materializes that news this week end. It was reported (Tootsies)*PAL CLUB ;

    ::t'.Ir; :., : 5 It e I/S ; I So It was genuine pleasure and appreciation for us to be this morning after their sched I I j I IIf

    eeUi?f ':' ': : 1 1! i i e a aN.orr J among those 300 odd baseball fans who turned out Sunday to witness tiled<1K was game postponed with the here Miami Sunday RedS 6 filet Mort n U, S. t .1
    1 TI. th realization of Fire Chief John N Mann dream-a base r'i

    k gefrlj j B.rr 'nooseIncur. Ik '. O It.I I J J 1 : ball park worthy of the name in Stuart. Perfect weather marked afternoon.

    P .. .. 1 1 j the occasion as the town team took the field at 3:08 p.m. amida i
    M.pel. 44 Ik S I 0 e !
    Kurt If> ... -S' 1 f" t 1Hrrs.I setting complete In every. l't'Sp'ct funds would allow at this time. I
    asun4f a I l e And few.Items were missing The outfield was surrounded by a "

    >V Tohoeel.t0th. SI -. '4 10-ft: fence lined with advertising! by baseball conscious and sup.

    W ,,,;, in K -pulled Unit,4 tat for H.ntwkk l. Stir porting merchants of the: city. The teams were housed! In neat Boxes L ":

    7 .mill..-U.I Noted'4 for tor H"w thnrr...nl .In.In 0th.0.h.0n00o ... roofed dugouts The fans occupied an enlarged grandstand witha r rt

    Huns' f
    [ A peon D.h.r" h. sm.h.... .".A./ _.eee Sol eS lIellll11.IJ11UQ1OIIr.i.u..l1.Ila..cgzll.t-: ; was Cesyfrred\\ on.She t
    MS The Stuart team Itself was
    141 II home
    i- grandstand rcuofbehlnd plate
    he Pbilco Precut .. _I.Onn., '
    [ sew Rum 0.11'4 In I Merle
    167.50 \idol AHJI permits you tof RaM. | Km tk S. flurani. 50,051, Kr.1, clothe4 in MW gray suits with red letters and numbers. The
    ui low TO... 'boo. 141.-IOnlh. 4nwd en.Itu ...- I whole different from last year as black Is from white
    setup was as
    food when prices are .t a I..... .. Left h.... c.-
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    t freeze him yourself II.u..rt 0. D.....>' 4. DmihU ......'1'.., And Johnny Mann crouched against the third base grandstand SIGN SE ICE ; )
    And .but to T c....... T.lbol 10 t
    I' Liberal TermsAnCkMe a i store for monil4 Cerel.,, .,.... ...... -to T.TrOt' ". I. R.II. T.. rail smiled as the crowd cheered. His air castle had taken :
    /u Ictu delight yur family- ..., Penn, 1104.04. Seead. 0.44 I form[ and with the county baseball-minded citizenry we know .
    tmog "(.rdea freih"i Hsth I. H..., I. Kluw. .r4. TurkM. '
    r.. and) Upright ..o ._ /y months out, of M OIIYc4 ash Ktrarkmil-] KM.ly .0.. ky 8k.<<. I today the thought uppermost with everyone is appreciation and
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    > I. kr" T.lhot' S < on bull.oft -
    efforts much-needed ImprovementsModifications
    '1- 7t4511 r.. wpeciq ,%t New 1'hilco Freezer .Urtt, f. .11 Xkann.kw I. at TilM congratulations for his on a :
    Auld needy two hundreJpouo in,.oil T 1400.-toll! II.t kf r l.Wrkr will come of course:: Lights, an electric scoreboard Trucks -. i oards 0I 1

    <\of food surpriiei .T!! <"o..tip tln S .nd I hi S Rum'..1.and.....off. grass and fencing to the stands are In the future. But a l1
    like fJtaoA sum ia your "... 0 and I ,In I ,....". afT Skwn..k.i good start has been made, and solid thanks go to the City and Is h"NEO'N 1
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    kuchtf 't In | S "Innln. off 5.10,051' 4 :111''
    liwilmni, off T' Sn County Commissions for their financial support Seems the Jaycees
    ; Ii.: elirh--RhmrO.ke: ::: I'
    Inn WIld I
    n> Mann named recently the
    made a good choice when Manager was
    2. tvlfan'' ft P..od 0r1C.ln.n I ;
    H I.TTAPPL1 0.,1,1 IImitt I. I.Miiui ..lte..., young man who has contributed the most to the welfare of thecommunltY' INS
    .h..m.blur.UOpleewN.. W'..'.T aitrkMHiatlr J
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    RADIO an( :E Cot OKEECH0BUAl." II R"'j If Improvements are Inordrr, we, beg that another clone to PHONES 311 337-J r RAINS BLDG. : { .

    Cmn, rf ....... ..... 1 t/ many sportsmen here will not be forgotten For the pleasure :
    >20iceolaAv Stuart, Fla. Morn Ik 4 4 "J | of many residents *nd scores of winter visitors tennis courts
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    Raulcnm Sk i' I ,1 1 a' 1
    knnl. :: : : are an overdue need. Aid for this project, bas been pledgedby J

    1c.I '',.. II ...1 t.1 S 4 1 S 1 iII 1SEM the City Commlwlon The hope U It doetn bnonie burled .. --. .i 4 ,

    I by a host of other pledges. . ,I aotj'0: :: o-.coo oco- 1a..ooot: j ; .11.11I

    The Sallfishers may have won two out of three and! gIve //I 1 II I :J t I IU

    promise of being an even stronger outfit than a year ago but It lodern Was*Day Miracle J jj 1

    would strengthen our !belief: In this If the Stuart bate could ring U 'I

    a little. oftener /.fter' three outing the team Is batting weak .17? o IiD

    and the /fielding Is a mediocre .859 Horace Arnold with 384 and EJNOIXAUTOMATIC] g.. I
    Hank Pennock at .333 are the team's sole hitters above the JOO f'

    SALE mark. Th! same holds true for the Tigers who despite a vast n I1O :
    ANNIVERSARY I IThe : 'I
    Improvement over last season den spot!; a single ,,300 hitter. ,

    Tigers Herbert! Tucker complied\ an unusual skein of eight U j,

    successive walks given/ him over a three-game stretch Starting I : "

    Spring Suit bj with passes the last three times he batted against Cocoa hers o ii rl .j jo

    April 13. he added four more passes from Titusvllles Jim Fogg .
    here last Thursday and one from Delra," Bill Talbot In his first :
    appearance Monday before Talbot whiffed him In the 3rd Inningto WASIER : ; :j

    CLIPRERRAKT snap the string Immediately prior to this. skein hr- rapped I '

    three successive single. An .oddity of tbe Delray contest (lit U ).1\\ : I .

    / so It may be can!d> was Peter Parr. appearance. a pinch hitter o I t I f'' ,

    twice In one Inning 'o $ > 50 hi I : '

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    a Canmd- p.---:--:<. ": : : f : S510.M0 GOLF DR. DAVEYWINS TOURNAMENT DELU> I J ) ; (

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    STUART Dr Walter F Davey reigned l 4
    $3375 t\ $45oo ABRHP1)AE today as winner of the tat an. $53.80 DOWN $15 4| A MONTH U I { ,

    Smllk HurdeOh;: W Ih.,..:.o..1,:::::::i: ,:e i !1 I : : nual Presidents Trophy tournament o i 0 > ,
    Hats if ... 55555
    .:::-: ::::: at Martin County Golf and g
    These smartly designed wit will weather many sea l.dtt H.mr a.p-1.Ik..Hb .-._.?.. A 1 S S I' Country Club following his tri S The Bendix automafll home laundry fills itself with vTAer, washes, L I
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    1 And their low A made > rr IkHinr.rn'
    price possible br 11 the finals over
    ions In tourney
    participation in the,unique. CWPPER CRAFT PLAN our, : rf"fKmll :.::';' :..;:.i: : 1 1 5 i iHone AI umph Bursanl Sunday afternoon.Dr. triple rinses, damp ries, empties; and cleans Itself shi|.% itself off n } I t

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    concentrating: the purchasing pjwtrof 1036 of Amerb .. ....... ...... I Davey. who was medalistIn Economical' to operfle gives time and labor! 4 I? ;
    Toekr >4 -S.5 1/ the qualifying play last U
    Ca' finest stores.XKWIST ., MnrlUH s _:. :' :::.I i i month, I led Bursanl t up after *
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    if I I I 4 -
    d
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    '11..1 1 n rf ... ... ........ l s. the first nine holes and clinchedthe ; Standard lvlcl $249.50-$49.90 down, $14.30 m tfh 0I I
    match by capturing the Hth !0 J JLIBERAL a (
    555511 It 4Smm 0
    'p 1n.1..., hole to'wln S and J.

    /000-0.0,5 .. ._411 SMS ..0'4.. AL WANCE ON TRADE-IN FOR .OLD W4SIIER {
    "I" u. ., 444 4 4 14 Q
    RUM kut.4 Ift-C...... Br._. B Com STUART CLEWISTON I I I.i' I.
    i.P"t ..4 Is U "--.4. 5.0.00. .. ImitA,
    1 tI.M t. ....., t. rknm Marls. PLAY IN IRC MEET
    a Ml.p.l' > S. Taker. Soed.S |. '.w. kit _
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    l Hxwr Tkra ku 0R -Di tlr
    ,.on* ra_. aoI" Mink Kaw.d: .... Martin County High School<: II i' HairslElectric Se vice
    v ........t u. (}.... ..... t. Len .r will play' Clewlston In the first ', ii
    k ..-Stuart S. okaavkokM. 14. .... ..
    hoMo .- ....--. ".......... (nil.TMkar. round of the Indian Hirer Conference o
    RMMr Btrnkwri-kf Man <
    baseball tournament to
    / I. kr OxM S, kr Barr 4. ky a. Onr.d I ExcljQve Franchise. Dealer For+ Martin Colin
    I PCFARTMENT ITORI 4ew os hd10-.fl, A, oft Cocoa May: 13 Jt was announced 1 I '
    1 Second Street Fort\Pieces Florida (!a4Vt *- *" ...., ', off S"o.iiraOr.d .. following[ completion of details -
    H" hr pNeh.e-W" u..', J n. (0.- Post Office Arcade 1 t II
    i > Ot V reuse 1 ('haloRu.u for the tourney at a meeting of
    Opp..it. Si Lucie County Bank an. llU rf Mar r S ..4 I ta I.InOw, school officials In Cocoa Monday c>C> Phone Day 13 Ni M. 335-R Stuart, Fla. Uaoaoc ., to
    off On UIM U \ S ud S In S Iran, raaaaal kail I I
    dYentur.* of Sherlock Holmes".every Sunday 7tOO. p. an. tlttion WIRA Real, S. kUrrllt I. W n. >fHanry Nkbw'-. The winner will play Cocoa
    (4.Sk. UmBlian' N4 Swk.a. rr-Jr
    Ties4110'.L S'IS, >4aH> May li morrrsmosoas ocot.;===.ocut=== Og.c= :::;: !i'i



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    PACE TWENTY TIlE STUART NEWS bTCART, MARTIN COUNTY, FLORIDA, TlllRSDAT, APRIL K, 1941 :
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    ADVERTISEMENT LgGAi.5011cc ADVERTISEMENT E1.' HOTIC.I .
    LEGAL --

    : Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll i Illllllllllllllllliiiliiillliniiillliilllillll MALE HELP WANTED I LEADERSHIP : c Sorccr ...... at 8....... PIo'idi. wIOlO r OF UNPAID. DELINQUENT 501Kg OF ENTIQN Tt"c'Fl

    FOR SALEllliIlIiiiiliiililtlliilliluiiiiiillillltlliiill 11I11111111111I1111111111111111111I1111I1111I11IGIIADt'ATlSQ This being election time a little cogjtalion$ might not i ehit,. fiiit'AutoatMi"1.* j ri*hid'"*Cats. foolnIdI,5 5' TANGIBLE PERSONAL TAXES" PROPERTY

    f : rRCTM IIH.II bt amiss on what makes genuine leadership. w dnnaiid mao is wrlllajjad A. .ccnzuldlcd l .> CbapM .U r,l. A.U' .1 '
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    I tilt' ,utE-Late 1546 Chrysler aia.t ttat tOil plan of ,_tM"" 554 1. ,ootu' I. k_. .l thai T" ::
    cflit YEAR? I In simplicity it boils down to the full to stand ..0000 d Penonsi pruport 05555 ..-....
    oonvertable 11.Mtnilri SCHOOL TIMS courage !...0 ohu'ki ."d. .. of Ih. ebb 1. .11010 054 ....
    ? l f m Illliblander You ore lilnjbl( de tur\ 'what you believe u right without equivocation cxpedjEnsfyc m uot IKit ries U kr :. tlalmant' hwallnri f., iw' ara &o d.0esnst tanos I's' ?
    appro noel sin
    ttriimal owner, |%.000. a,05: 'A hId: 'r), el.lonvila! I wilt t'ater"h.1I ., lr.l_l of It cow onstb RIco
    ff\ you uoenCdIOl to laW' d" .0
    1447!! Bulik Super ConverllbliS "bevonnd'd., rf April A O ..... tka _..._... ..._ .* puUtakln* t...tMHl s' ,;+ ;
    5
    you' ret far dlplomaT' Will There this brand left In the FIt t ... .,. s
    .000 miles, car purchased In are very few politicians of Its IKINAI I RKARUONES ..l. UakHM th> flfpo.ll. IstS, 'an
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    ATVJ'Ad' Januaiy. Original saner, J2,- Jore you be able h.t to 0 to deilde college take Be''A I tcttntry: Or rather had ,we ,better say? 'there are I A. Eceen',0 cut H., f.-tau KKARUON'lit smos JRih. 11.. IA:, .ti's oath dee so.T S J-1";,. :::.::T.i..d.if.': C thu Hobt' tiAs. pelonjo., ),Ilc.,,

    "50 !Phone 2031, llube Sound you lulu ,of politician but few jremiirle statesmen. ......d... ....'..... .limed there.. -Ice."lln, .I-se spun. ssdoecoul'n tn1oesoo I,
    ; look .. I States .. ... .. _...1 l ._
    3. at' h thc,52'nlteit "r .n. :; ,
    ORDIN FRANCIS ,
    PER WORD 050 ,
    RATES: Apr.Z.9 trim his 'ONOHTt.1\Io .... :
    Whut is the difference Well politician .f ... payer foe ", '* 0. ,
    ; ., Army off.ates highs '...hool .radu- bTT. (J inonn1s net
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    SOo fOIt 1 -- -- --- Tk.a OtNaSh
    ART, MIVIMIM saiU the wind. On election time he off A 11 .. ,.. ....1".... peulIen and additional 50515. r
    paflabY to or about gets WORDS 5\PIR \\ ORD CAPI" ('OK SUC' Iahoany chest of t .r IscccicOol .. .... prop rtyof dose'
    ; of 4e0 Ic 1 1i ... ......, tane.. l I..I.d'.lU. '..
    t .. .
    bandwagon tbo
    and tries the
    The A, y ... hnh'al Srbool unpopular subjects to get on '
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    TAU) WI\VHM: &5r POE 11 r drawer, dresser Kith large ,.4..1.. a.d iSo lent
    ITISEMENTIURTFORMARTIN
    WORDS % I mirror, music cabinet, section Plan pro ... pporilinity public oplnion..even if public opinion may be wrong In i !!'. .. .- : 'h. li c .h, uoao. 1::: ,wN1'' nut 1, Apol *, iu,

    I iiiiiiiliimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimniiviAPARTMEllTS' -., I aljtaok case, suitable for office fur )'.n 1 lallht in other words, his main objective is not the public good tN THE CiaCUI. OF FLORIDA.iV T to.x Com.. Di.t..N. ,J_, uSA'is
    J the ft., 0 u ..0 ellolc COUNTY. OTA .. .. .. ate
    FOR RE1V' or home. Phone H2-XJ but his own\ wi1fare! CHAI' NO Hu"_,. ..
    1 s Apr. 2! More J you'\U receive Rood pa] THIC (COUNTY Ml.S.MIO.NKKSk 1 I....... Ke'ne" 11.0'' I THE CIRCUIT COU t
    llllltllllllllllllltlVlllltlllllMlillllllllll! I __ _.__- -_. __ while, fart, learning To learn A statesman would rather jro down in defeat adherwjr OV .RTIN ('01. Y. tlOKIDA I I1RT ,... Cot.... 11,1. tco. I 101001 I' IN F0 CHANCERY MARTIN COlllm HO J
    what he believe ill than be elected simply because IN tcsstt.r. oil DtWAILt4IKI1A.KI 100.... Acea "Ik" Mel.
    to
    I I'OH S.\U':.-Radio. table model, a sUb/anti ret ahead, visit your .. right MPE.tAI, IIOAD II 1'01. South 0...,.. 0w PATSY NELL NummAt !
    and Air forte Re. he copied the public will lJ1I1TRICT c.: c....... DI... N", C.,..... //10''" .
    S lubes. 4 band, push button, near Army ,11..1 .
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    Silvertone., $25. ElectrIc hand ceo! if Office at ('omeau Blditalm .. Winston Churchill/ la a statesman Booed in Parliament .... ) 01-,1, W. C. d mIalAug Ii, MuCLIICS.

    1 Iron, $3.00. Electric hand Iron. w... ." Beach, Pta, Apr 2%; tossed aside and discarded he still)\ stood firmly 'l'HIi. 'UTII. or 11 ICIDA. sod) ( cbre: acts W, 4, It.i.ooeCy :: NOTICE Vo

    nso. (-". Kelvinator, $75.00. for what he believed and when his country needed him slIces ......"....1 W.Idnnnc "..... :5.41 I To CASioLlil H. N'114,11

    ; I L, T. Bauer, Stuart Auto Park.Apr FOR RENT in a time of crisis he-was there staunch, strong and unswerving TU 'filii ouDga: MTATK TO SH 01 WRIOA CAUSE AriD C.50111000.'. Coon.P.Slot H. 700' I (1041., stiu.oohn'n 1.1V GINIAI O7CLOUI ctVo. 101111.1105 S

    2! .1 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlnliTIIIIIIIIII MRTY 0745,110. C. A. 44 1* opn hay. ,,
    : America has had men like him John QuincyAdorns Tug: r.Vt.RAL 1'1 I
    __ Ott RENT Two\ niodrrn 2- TAlPAYKR8. rtzc'tdn. AND luIty: : C, Is no asilop p.ae.o.z I, S ci,,
    after having been President of the United States l'LAIMING H .P. ... '..n I IM..I
    i : WAVINO
    SAlrlN.11: (hevrolet 2i .bedroom ., IITHJiRR
    IOH apartment neaibusiness r OIGH'd. TI'n.1I; I CNTf.KKIITIN .."uId. ltdosIe5'' I". .55 54Pnds.'ft.
    3f dour Sedan! Phone 33%. dIstrict For housekeepIng \ reenteied\ Congress arid \as/ booed through session after ANY Fkui'OIITT TO't AI' '.:''T..D I. 1.. a it L. ftmn. 00. os

    J i Apr 2j'rOR or roomers. Each' II rtMlm, eskm: because he stood for the freedom of men. How itT THe COUNTV IssUANCE tOSS"': I'' '> H"''NKHI...OAHDor ull' l'si's'Ieu' A t.t. ,81...,. ..... 5040 0 thIs audI ,

    ATLANTIC C<% RTAP.RTMENI '' private facilities, cool Cat: tall his stature in history today because he stood for principle /MantIs COUNTY IN HALf OFMAIO t.. 0. l1(' 1.lna. .j 50.04 Ir ps's oa S i,

    i .S ) Sm._New Frlrldalre A| HIM. Lucie Crescent or Phone AND FOOT lusutulil."., WAI.I.."nllll SI') ''At.01' 8"AD HAil Ton top C" "a ct C1asnSll tIIOSI5Oefanfncei4i

    1 STUART. Hon >A plUncei now on display Ely *-\Y. Apr 2!% .Today, throughout the' woild, there are great issues I'dC''STY, 10' ItIc' huuNI':' tnlRIU M&NT I INOTICI 50tu55.,5s,
    tri Irlng. Refrigeration Iii{ '. Arete Oldtlt P011511. !'- t.I.GAL ADVERT Ot.nmt Nra., Otus I'mi
    Newly Decorated FulIv quipped. I FOR RENT Two dawn-town to fire the imagination of men if our leadership will II. (lIt TO HII: AOl TID; IN : DISCOS. AOL) tu', '.st,
    and Service Arnold M. B i 'r, TII"'lIy.HY" OF INTENTIO 0 REGiSTER I S'stecda, 'hi. .15,5 1ISeouds
    WAY
    IlviiKekeepInc "pa' ''I"nt5 |I next Mesterii. Inion, Sl brt,. apartment. Newly furnished take them up. She ANY SIoux .r 1.,0.' ihsocn', 'C CmlvAltoesnu fiCTITIOUS ...M&Moil" CuspS 0.,,
    Low Stininier lid I UI All electric equipment. Phone For one thing. suppose a candidate for President .1 thu NI.lh Jod,". CItmitul I. NOP p 5 slut tOo so s0c
    FUton
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    ulno. 5' Cbse"p m *
    .ess' oc.tihod ,lcu'.i ettulu'. sIss' 1hz 5 .r a Ik ,
    Open| AH tcir I(11'I\ Stuart. 1 1.. /spn.22,29tilaydIOlt Maxsen. Dewey or even Truman were to come out and .w..0cC.... 8..t.....-cndlonseo.,..... .//.n, .., .,. 5505. Locti of fl '.Is. A.,. of 5041.. Csostp, florlA **
    W. T. PA.FT Mg I Nosfe ---- -- -- -- --- -- 'IohIi.\ l. 0'I w.1I mrIo'' wi'h" .Al-b 0' th. Gin.sIAS
    S\lt-0ne II-ft. all KENT-Coltaur at (..della..n. \- demand right now that the cloud of secrecy which has I 1..1,,50507 th Ie000rdt IcnI. ,.. '.be') art.". Ih.I..u. C,5vl 5 no nsd ........ COsvtt, KVANCIIARV" *00
    Telephone 9152 porcelaIn electric Rcfrl rotor, covered International affairs for the past 10 years be lifted ."" by ''h. OcacIutI7ou"oizi000v ...- clotids HcnS' "1 ,'naf nO pobli. Atlariitir for P|>,.,,
    2 2 baths. :h.:
    like J12500, Alto one bedrooms .r liouclo County t'r .1 Inb'bsIf ". 'sock 5. Clctltiosc' aRm', scones, flnHd.ru. .
    iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiK&iiiiiiVICTORY!i $ new, patio. complete! furnished. and the! public infotmed in full of the whole truth ? a' PsO. $0..11 SpetSol sod ,,,. U ., pdII61,, ,, ,, -,

    Holpoint electric Ran* $6500 Will\ rent til pec; 1st at unv How long since American has published 0ide.' UI"IrIru', .t ,.1" I'""""II ,5105Suodc THE HORACI! LEGAL ADVERTISEKDi,
    an newspaper .
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    HOTEL Apr. 22 10..11'. .. ,.r..,.. I". 0. bescucolead ""'..i"s phhop,, rssnalsbuiInnau.t '
    mrr rental or tearlt raten. Ed- the full\ text of our diplomatic exchanges with other .r.d In ,"y w.. Iho>_,,, or. h',. ',,"., ..." I..lios'atralbno .... isB IN THf CIRCUIt, COUBT, W
    R n ..( ItIFEthe :. IG''" .0 ntmo' .k..foec' ,SIc. C;, .. 10 "ss',. .0.. 11.,111 dSOSOdC, VIO.5l5.I FOR MARTIN C0lSrv, "*,
    FOlJ enlawn Plantation ((2 miles N. ? It's and but it not ever .. .'enotd. I. ioid ..... FLORIDA
    I Kilt. SUh1939; TIDOR nations7& been years years was : t'cscrt. 01 Msrtuu, Co""" I I '5. nrA.'' '

    In modern :air-, ""I.'d (,hus. The Ameiican people are being left in the dark and .),tos 000lOclol. 'l..d.. ..'5' ,h.I'u,4siioosuashdh.pd5t7t''l I I 5"51', IIIr .r.0 RIo VenpIdHC dense'. ..4 HenmIsbaos"eansb0eP'n.M's.lAos .. T (4. A/NNfHrf'r, ,
    IID .I"k recyc'
    d. .r Not 1"0" "s's
    tel: homelike. alum,pkrt'. I. $'75. *Ins boat- I| Jensen Beaih Apr 22,29 ,
    soat lover imuinalistically, fed' papVe are told that there is "this i .1"01"' ,"d.h lb,5J5|

    airy outside. St room luue. Itnoi snt.troverlooking .\ 'I imls\ and electric Milge pump I "t.R' ItfNT-lcncI: : ';cottage,, 0-;; cilxm and "tha.t crisis" but our leadership has not seen/ : totlsioui"busId' Mt m.d br. In unztnd uSe .obot."d 5 5.5'" "lu.7.lllei'nIs ....,. ." ,5',,I,70i,, ,. ,MX nshdbcoltruc.MS 5'aAO'f ItS.. PiLliOn Isst. ,, ,, !

    .\il| B. Kivervie Apt. Apr 23I d.o .......d 5usd .thy ...,,,...rt,, 055: OSuATS1CK rPIER.
    Private Biarh. DM,,lui, II,.,, I North\ khore of the SI:' Lade In I fit to say : "Heie's what we said to them" and 'here'suhat .,shudite <.h, S I.constesb.,,"Idoltd ..h ,,,5'. smvI, 5 '2'. tOE NOTICE ro AWL

    Bar, FaikJte (i.nods" i i'I'kt.. S I I' MM I' H>R S. OutsIde I Itiolsta I vacant April I 11 t they said back to us." Leadership should treat, the I : seA eonfiu'nud, sold: bta 5-It' ,, LEi ADVERTISEMENT- TO F5A5cu, tAsreoesnzo 11'RE011' Ik6lIII

    lounge. Marine KOI in I 1) i P'i, III. 21\ hil<' duct Ii, White, $1111 Summer rental rates, Mrs HW : :I cit :I.I't1s of the United} States as! adults .Ssuurd..... .Jnu.be.j""IO'' I..mounl lidS beset.r '12.5. "s1"., 'In'I' '-'-

    .,, I ctlon lota tolnd I Ward '\11r.8.\ 15, 72IOR !Men\ nf, do not fiar to tell the truth and the 1 .bnntoclc.n. or .1.0 .,,,01 >I.u" tI .5, mug ''Nrv JUDGE'S COUaT INA us 'StOoiisi
    Bar-B>. Biauu" I'.nl''I 1 \ i+ 1>< i Ballon mIN I courage I'....t.ri.. ..".lIy In .h. ....,. ""1 ,,, MARTIN' COUNTYjOBAl no ,,,5, ,5, ,5
    neiliiin I "I 'I i nd porch deck enamK I RI\T: ruinlshpil. .tpt. 3 imlilh' instinctively\ / ( realizes when !courage and truthful- I 10.'. Snti",,. A 0Ssr55'5'4.5's.sS.u'. 8Rr ildy. ISIS, 5)t.,6 ,
    ao.iu.OftnI.
    LUll Mmimei' Kill. \ ," -'I' '' ,,, S3,5IIJ u .65 per gal- I Fans,, and bath( Ilcvtriu-.tlJy m sx an linked la its leadership Lets have some of the I IamI' I ..",iuia', co5lsn. .s..I. 00.h',fIn' ,led"h..lnI ,. ,S I. ..""','Ss''s'" ,,1 S 's'ssu III' ,It.." ''JI' HARRY I IsA OndIb.r. sod 5,, ,, sit ,
    Isiu, licbe, 5' cnd Lumber Co. I ITiCE us do m III, '
    v. 'is.
    Kuuim without. Ball M.1lteiutKooius \t"" equipped learh rails. riawiii I "ONK ANII muhtslnsl': '5."' l's I 5." .. ......, l.nsod 1w ,
    I '1 ssssu', Apr 22 If FIoldo. III. U.h. tlal ...r .....,,,1' "' I. c" .' s' ""Soen
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    able. Immediate possession ---- o A 'NNIII.J"04 TO CRESITOROd noel. Ii 5 5 s.itsnlSrnW11l,5.5s .,
    5 ,, ", .,..., ,. .....,. 01 Ii.", ,
    .r I'
    I I 5 555,55' 'etaolcn
    If Ik" diecb1''n.
    Phone 134-JorSOO I or "I I4u4l
    single M I.. "H sills I I I' I'll Kill ,s |,r-On llway 140 I HIGH SCHOOL I l ,lal, Cir..ull ,.( H"",.U '" :.n.' I... It, ''I. .,..5 .55. ........, ,etctc.,4'C ,' l r.' ,,
    -- ,... .... lOno., 0 ton,, 15saupc.g
    Double Mt\ bills i khKooniH .asset, C. ,, "", .I 'II' .'" .1. Ct'en
    unt
    I ,, Ira Fi acre, 2 houses, WOht.IcENT: Floor sanding machine PLAY TO BE 1'5i.t April" Si HI> Oar '0 IK- ..k". h ,,0... oct ScIon IleSsI AN I, it I
    Private\ Huh' I usc-ills ft I condition, tilth and edgtr. Kcfinlsh TOMORROW '5,, '.", '," 110 ....5. ns.t,4t 11. Coontec PItnidu. 51,1, c I .. ""VK
    \ Moss I .. II FloOds. 'I. theC lOSS
    : on I. I. 5" ,5ss
    I I
    Single I i.ucI "use, aa'.ii shed, your floor at reasonable rate. I I I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ,, ""..05'.i'50' i'IOI'145.. siIbn ,fl t/
    Double SI lift is\ MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIMIHinillUIIM'll I Itu-, F, Adams, llobe I Phone 108, Stuart Hardware Tin annual play by .15 .5.1.10 '5,55',,or vtlkaruomtb.cdota sloe
    5011CC OF AFPOtNTMENT 01'1NSPECIORO ., HARRIS LIIWHAttarn.y
    pcuce'
    ,\ t5' "515,55,5515S .r ''hit :
    "1 Id. I Phone 3711 tf Co. U ( lisa at Martin *50 CLERKS I' ..sIuwadno.t'Inl.oolt... fu 1

    LSfhool. "The Groom ELECTION 0... .., .t."n thc ,ucsan. 5'I _t........ Ituart. 110.14.o1Apt'ic .
    I !I I -AlJ jOR' Tti, BoM4 ol lounly Connl.tss.lr" lfr' sIc..' of Ik. .,........ I I ,
    RENT
    I (bit 7-cabin tourist Larte storeroom, on 5"
    Ruth Nathan Ha
    ... -- and
    .. .
    --- .. .- { 01, M.nln Countr Hotlit, at Ihrli osctl. ,.. 'I. "..reI,5k.sloi.sOOI. .
    lUluilIhlliIihlllllllui,1111111 lii It II lit I Ill "'U I'' f I. S. Ilnthwar No, 1.V Federal. 1 hlhway. food location I I presented In the lou itcH an Wnlnnday, April K. 55'. 5'Jo 00,5, 4 h5. .th."out 05, ,It will In'1050551555unabn LEGAL ADVtaTIOtslsi
    II, north of S'ero Beach See Herb Rice, Rug llo-i auditorium at 8:1'1: scnucc.iI,, tilt fullowinit fiutprtto, sednbcks NOTICE: OF INTENTION TO UU'
    I hp 4.00'b'uUn '
    C Icoukc aeOanno* I
    FOR SALE1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIII"lIl1lltllllllllill dun 2 icre of land, Cabin tel Phone 9151 tf night. ocr'oIInS to be beid ''' } FICTITIOUS, ,,KAMI
    :_____ .. I ; peinsie ; ii d..OtiCeoi, Ap.tJ 5 1540. Hoik, li loss)' doss.I Ihavlaa ,
    Id 1'pndce, M' 1. lOst .' '.
    IIfllTHA.ANCII. '
    lurnu for light hounekeep- I The three-ait
    !! SOB RENT SIngle Bedroom. :: pac-lsc'T loll 1. 01.505774 nl.ACI( sot" .., tho fousco; .1 HoeyItA'
    5"t 0 I partly rented If sold : tln'"cted by Mil .. : : : .: : i I ULUKG PLAcE TOWN HALL 5,511 Posdoor ,. ..5 5 ,
    IIEAI.1'II\ bluununiL/ Sb's'( i i "' New IBS House. clertrioalK ?: 'i dK.H 1.1
    $3 IKIO full i ( Un '
    ''cut 'C 5 !telv price In her ninth ( \ !
    \HilelH. bluiini, 111 "siui'ssiI' s till, equipped IptatedtJ* S. tarn- S i Foot t Slink,,,.. 1.\1 5,. Iv ''CE'.. '"leVI < ;1etd.. Os's, ,, cccoil.

    of the tear .4lw_I\tIIlIi' l 1'1 11 .>''spentajt "1,11, ,s, I noire l. Station Apr,,IS WinterB 22.29III den Inquire |It. iilMn; 86 W. !l senior wilt be play 60 cents adviser for JIll. 145th*' O laartMr. I ':: 11.,11". 2f Si toss' .. oC 1111-, ,

    and (erotic Sirs 4th St Apr. 13,22: H Ji'"r"BtCINCT Slrs 1, L'S' LECA DVE.TlSEMENTI !l 'sSLllZ
    3D r>?nu for students 01)101.) 1111 : :
    NO S
    I ,
    Ernest Ljuin. 315 !Si mini" li,' M si BEST SELLERS OK: "RENT OK EASE Large i iI era'' will be admitted : CLACK, salt STATU HntE--CIR I COURT PT'H' ; mr print i I". .0 lao
    IIj *. Mo. Vus d'nIlh, NINTH JU CIAI. CIRCUIT Of 'OIse1Ie S'lL.
    550.s. ilam.oetr
    II V $1 EACH
    j -- parcel or land frontIng; on 1 tween acts. It was Mr. Eon AcE,, I FLORIDA I.. 41'0 fOil M"aTIN SsdzrooHC 5 ,,., sos.,
    EXTRA SPE(HL-.mntl.Um. st t Iii< tua\t News while supply I Federal highway, suitable I for The cast Includes 0555 ilA.IusA' COUNTY 0.IrnuoeoCavtbus 515cM I
    1scaooienccM's c:.. ,.. 1.,0
    King of llrailfht lIce,'. SirccueRoomu liSK, business location See Herb I touwk John Hiromy : SUnl.r Kltrhlnu, DoeynEt'Nml' lthcDlti.irio1scoslVrTo, \ nod that< la tliartUfMto laid a.5, ,, .ibctps

    Me tor. v llu rl 1. .\\n S. I I.', "I.,f a ifliley" by Kenneth Kice, Hue Hotel. Flioue, 9151. I Blnrorr Chariot Hall ''. I'i.M'E SOY/cl NO I,, PALM,4TpAHT.( tall I oLITALSS lt5 Ul'AHOUMHIr'. : HAtVAT Sf sss
    A
    IDA> riKtil I
    Orayce pub Apeiti' t a
    1 iIluc' man ,
    tr
    II
    5 I I $ 500R. .1 Iff tntrir I
    I PAINT KR; ; AU- lii,iileiml, "T Mu, vman' by Thot IS S Ilardwlck/ Jr. Sara 0,5, clioC V5iac, SELL LEGAL ADVERTISE*!*!

    side porth and deck, M MM j ( us. )J n FOR RENT-Beautiful furnished II'Elaine turner and \ 55 Mc,,,, A.II. L 0. Collobo Fitsn..r,,, 'I..".. .. t&h.1 .,,11... ADVtRTISeMCM, FoTlffliSraM

    gallon In case lotv of I 9..ill ".K e bloc>"Vf Mrs Murphy"alali house 3 bedrooms. 2 baths,, On: sophomore! hues.n'irc ".. .,,11 .... _d. h. .Iu4.' 01 'h. alil !,.sd .
    ., Is, Sc fireplace and complete elnttrlcilly hut been recruited for Sic Fat" cssns CkPOIOIN&'T ('1'1 "" l''I'" II. <;'nu.'" ',.'1..... irtliouM, Ma, IPs.<
    per ...... (otors ami\ 1 \iluliJ10 t. ''C / 0(1 4 ,. .' .. ( hln.." n.... .. .. hit .m.. I. 05110,41 I..' 5 o0sp,1.b.snY..d
    per (allun In inn' gallon rlllnnja 555" by Marger3rSi equipped Idl<'hen. Also A repeat ldl IN), PlAIt: LAOS'' u'LelkT 1'...,.. H..... i. .... "....td... .. i,ddS

    can. Huhe Sound! uitibri, to. p. new one-bed room cottage on I Irlnrfront. 'S g ven at the whool( at : := : ; ;: ::: : 01111.015 Jconpblm*., ilnoonSen. t : .: .
    : : ,
    II S liroslunia b\ John HerseyIkuungun Will rent by: year day with admission :: :: III* : "' ,,.:"I : f! J; .iSk.4l.oddtt 'oOSS.i.stLotulo'S' .0,1.hlp

    b Herbert Beat or season Cross Roads, Jen- same ( : dl7tl'n Sin, and. authttrllat ul ''M C., at .... Essatn 5? i5.otl, 5., SOt 0otos..nlLno.ls"
    ( I Ida I A Z'.I".n ..._.. .. 0a.'
    .% t.i'htltt.-'iJ( lilt i cult flUintree Cou\ty' by Ross sen Beach, Phone 156-J tf --- ---- < 0'. Jneeln ilod. I'I.A .. .. .. .
    nil at *rl ,. .10. ..... of ..... I5P 57 Osoul, 5' Ooenpool
    King of Draught flee,'. \1.11"1, ,. I I slirudges, Jr I : ('INST 5) SI, 1110' 5 11515, I (51.1.'.' ,,'.t.. .h..,. 1" .. ud I.. '. //II... ? 7" "
    ,
    llw"lw .k" farle Scot Free 5 l'i.i2E. 50115 51151' IslE '
    ,
    POE RliNT- .. tin (.nl> PIdu a, partJ..1uIJd".rib.d / potlIonclI 55 Ssisci
    I'
    I X
    Room \ldan 1I0lci111 'Aurora ,
    iun by Herman ; .. '1..11".' .. ,. "Idan.
    double rooms, twin Hollywood I H c'cuse,,, Th. N.'h. I....., H.. T..1r .0101,0,5 atm"GeetIts.d
    KR SAIE-lmh I Mill beds Rex Hotel Federal tiny 12" ... ..r (;"'m.... '" 0.. 4olsdtInoonc
    rue "
    ,, ,
    rol" "Ii scu, ,uv Forty"'lhy Edward Yacht I Ails Am '" $0<'1... )9 T..h.p. M.'h 5'-' '
    oranges 'and gropelr.siI "I] 00ETR at bridge IfIOR J IC.... .. .:.., I,,,,. '" .h. bcdondooclllnenqas '
    I ,. 07 'ioIbes ".h.. ..C .. "I .0... ,
    .4 tJ 11
    11,11' '
    bl..II'1.1. '' l '
    "IIIl'l''
    per | REST t 'llul ,,mils and 16524 IS' 'cisc s IN S I S 11 1'11I1.- HI.b' S.. ) 0'4c.
    I i
    cut J.lIy'holley anil, in' '\illi.-\, M lilt silt-.\\'0PlODltTS. apartment on nusdu'" KeaionIprStf, 'I Sailing NIl Fl IL T' HALl, "''''d ., .. ,or' 11.,.,""m.. I tbt Ito souf Ins'S mu'
    Ids: Iruit &. Nurllnp( 1.0"1pft box foAMothersiprrlal ., 1// I
    :;
    Irdertl Uwi & 'nil 1'M n.. Also. jlaby gift able KlvmlcM ApI.. I Scot Free although Si,, C,. S Sr ......" 'ur II N Ida ZI. I.a......, .lIt.,of Boned 11.s.. .,.'S I 5

    \I ,.t'. See Kepresentafave, !Mrs, IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIINOTICES : 1; : : (..n..... ltoUd....
    I II) Hopkins. Box-44 A phoneI onlv one of the 20 '. ; s ', cios vs ul't'Il.lNii T ,W." 101.. Bh. bud,. or 1.1 'sianddoddel
    I OK :I.U.t--I'up fit, ,..I i>' 0'" hponsor2d by the ,,, d '''HkoilN and u'S' S S "5'
    i
    I Apr%. 15 22 S"'" '' ocLEGAL. ....,ldie,.
    all-while wilh (tin |1'1'' I IVhltr 0", I IIIIIIIIIMIIIIUIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllliTII4NKS I S Yuc'ht, Club In Hob ; H..", rlo''a' 10.541 I: ,, Iso

    and tan fiiuli, sr).(n | S for theirSresponse I rig the season ending ,, .,..,. I... "..,...
    to the public U Jo J us, ,,
    Kill intEl ,. p"" ,
    ew A ;
    K<1 K H. Phu n i- (I", .\Ir.| ; Typewriter, 11 Rernyittoriliaiul caijrlaie, I to our Formal Open i Van declared season I Mrs V ,, Si'' I'.d .ad '"h. I F. __

    11111' Jensen soft waterbrings 57 ptlnls. club ADYEOTI5E55ENTIN LEGAL ADVERIISEIIDII !_
    SMI.no plU taO New Ktun .. 1111 pure \ Ttt.oaGo Ila rst.PaEliIhut'l' '
    ion svit )11 n .i ,'"uhome I'
    I M Roosevelt anno Ol'lulAhu1cSh i iTR'T
    .
    amazln results in your THE c OP I lOIs lOiS'
    .
    ,, Portable $79 St pit ax. '1,1.1.15'' i A I 55 itI'tl I IM's NOTICE OMNTtv
    I furnlnlicil b i i mtlictrk ->. nl dav The point NINTH JUDICIAL CWUIT OF l FICTITIO', Scout
    wash for the
    I-I I.. ( Smith Tyi. cc. : espeditlh STArE OF
    tttiinatr i I" "'oJ'' FLORIDA.iN AND F SsuIzs Os, '
    ; > leg of woolen blanket. I point for a winner. a ,vMn. MAOTiN COUNTY Ia
    lli.nrMM' V, tI l II" carriage, $8500 l'.ed v' WaHII-1 hlOopbv, tlvnvd sudan '
    and tarnish > finishing and tIe CICANLEIIY
    a point NO
    *
    will ma/e you. A 055 l > > 1 *. '
    .il standard Typewriter $b O. ; tlipt.S .
    riiiHible from prurBrokers 122 lIo'I" ,, 040CEI.l.v 1411.1.'. 0115.1.1 1 rill l.t *i
    washing for only bOc Jerjusona boat b'aten to the 'susde tI-cb, l-r r
    I sed PlaioIfl' '5 '
    Burroughs Adding -
    protectedi' iPorrelain 111, H I Scot Free built IU ; !;. Coon5l.ond" '
    _. tliinr, hand operated, $65 Self Servue laundryApr 11555 LOUSTt ,INO$10', kIts 11.1.10 'P.O rnispt nI I
    15, U, 29, :Mayo on the strength of 1\\.& MAIm elluSry, iLOtlIs AIu5O LtFTD2I.l. I: :; ''his .004.0. ,k "
    .Oft S.-\I'J -, Ie,' hln. .0 The "stuart New). Apr. and six third 5u, .. I sPtK'I'OOL' '
    place NOTICE TO APPEAl. sdo. .51.1 1 '-
    Apr.1 I ;"iiTllllilllllllllllillliliiilililllllllllllllllSERVICE Sec t .,. %
    enjmiUii' I it'll\ kilj ,' About Face. four ,. I'sIt.- .nw 4 uS.' 051. .f rlttrido
    en Ublr i than, ,. luke is' \ OFfERED11I11111I11111I111111111111111I111I111111I11I11 t. "11.1.1111. 4flAo .LITT'\.I. ao '
    ner since the E..I ,
    season to'h' ne N.w y..k ,
    ,
    Steel laliinrl. >U '1.. Ii., ,s. I OleU: -- I motor ncooteilii GAS. ADVERTISgMENT T" .. N Y.
    > 10 finished second .s. I h." ,, .. ,. ,iced I. '
    \ ,, IliiMle with motor, Earl ,, '- ''h. 55,5, 4., npe'se no SandS -'
    log mailiiiii, I I I. ,
    iliK'u" 5o Sb.
    I'liiiinet 15 tf ,liRKENS TRIE: SIROEONS points and Btrtl-O I NOTICE\ 55,11, ..f I m|,::7.',,'"f' ',| |, ,.if .
    !
    Shut 'run, It',tvp. ..'.it10 t it Apr INC Trees toppid. trimmed orenlov.d. vtctoues was the r.I ::: \i : : TO lIuM 11 .. .'I' C/lNCJJR: K.Vh 5-I'S' ,., I! ,., ilpCirooOCayso5s : MM. > bonlnnPs4Ao..llS"- ,
    people pair I'cis' .ilUtaint ," k IrI.!: I. h..b, .".. .hc ,h.II Jh., I ,,,I i ..u.,t or lluMda. ,I. nd 5I"tiLADO
    Mil! S \1.1.1.111) built 4 rooms POHCI equipment boat. finished third I .. otwussrCvsnuu.ccocolbsr' ,, ,, I 5,",,..,.. wl1"1'. "AKCELLErn > :
    ,. kl
    I'' ,curser llt.i :M.u I 1.1\1'il n His. JMerr 1 1I 'S .,1&)ItI & .mil li.itli huuse On CotpnutMJ \ ::11 charge for estimates,trees taken lUvedangerous points Broken ,. ;".' .;"1.'::" ::' ,,::.H ::';;:',,: .:','. .'L".1"|IfTtLl") "11.11',. LITTLLI PI.I.llfr,, .on.4 pm..... S$7ISE5ll51rLcrIrd'rEN

    \ Jensen Beach Reason- ur months Scot Free and I' ''a. ..h. 6'h day ...r II.,. .... r .55 .i,5.. ." ..It l.eCinrnu. rloCl TO 100
    'I of before storm season ... ... ... S. ,.. 'h. 55'tkiLshlnec"
    0 lied In January with > .I.k P M. "" .4. .11.vIs" .r .Id Sill ., FitTlilOd"
    I IllIt I S.J.H"dll' n, ru. I vhle price if Hold by May lit ,. h."no 10 .. ...oi+, .I. _oncin. c.. ..u 0,11, ,,,, Eu Mrkerson H> |
    representatIve each Bertl O led in '" ar
    Just heeured { ( nitlatt Thomafi' lankovith 1 1 .. Ih. h..t..ft.. :........" rioT, Ic
    hlllm..1t| u ci Sedan Breeze Lamp Jensen 3306 West Palm Reach with 35 points and ;: ; 5 I.'. ........ dl".... .nd r... 1 "... It.d, .n.c's .sc csdtnind ; :ac'5'' Too
    ..
    inc Kn..pph.n.IO mixers' \\ h tiulc', double tlie .It.cc- lle.cu'Ic Apr 15, 12 I'i Telephone 9302 tf topped March with 29, .:;T::::tII: ::;.: ::d r: : ,0 I A, *'*'.''."Wr..,.11 '',h.,. .0scbIob4 alll' Ihll' NOtIOn. odIlncl.50'aIIl 5.' ,gdY

    The final standings: : :' ......., r... ..".1. pu'......... ...10 f .." ...."J. M ....kOo *"*" ;
    we mil hell.41 "ust ( cube 411'. HIM K bEE KIM for Sale! 2 6- SPEN& SUPPORTS for wo- NAME I.I .. ... ... ..II' ..'h..II. ......d t.HI t. WIT. t I nc> IMMV' soC. rifled ..ii J thIs
    Firestone Store \pi I. II'I' s... Iso'. I 5 Scoot by ".pt.. lined 8..1d. .. pkjs *u sjc.Ibo ,TATK1CosCts'4bt'
    ilen belts. Luella, Downey alit day tI
    m.n.
    --'- KUU No 1 Perky Cypress i A,,. H'i h. 4 n .h. .....,101... .f Fkn'id.. r.. .. : '
    I this Is the best wood known Wl Orange Ave Fort """' -0 5' n. ,:.. 1141 A., ...., I. I.......' m".," I. u'MoaIl, '
    loll 4.411: 'C' ,' ,suet' I ,-' ''' .a z ., .,?. .Ill h... pp..rlnnll. ,c> In b,. I dn0.lotIkaot5" 10Icdaondutilc'C'
    for : ItiMEnoy'
    W-hone .
    U'I\ : : : ;;: I for, exterior board walks and Pierce 197-M ap- : 'X' : thv st' 5 ,
    '
    Pots: .crrles cI 'SIb, ,. ox 4 1 con I" time I law above .menllon.,1 "." ......1. 5.'nuo5p.
    clock decks. llobe Sound Lumhrrto polntm )t. If Ii.cule, e. d I 'kuh tor ,,d .,.,,0,1 u .h pro: .... &
    (,tolenm, Ilrr'-Iiiur II I'' I,.".,Ii I .. I : no.aI.ouot any .lh. ."... or ......dl.a. U lNsot"I I, WtIdcD "
    1.5 I, \I"I' \ I Phone 3551 'Lwoz 'G, "'ndcleainlli.dltehlnr I.., 1Ic, 0 1 I .:ion> l."'.f Suekkaarinv. .>., loa ..duiirii WILLdAM A '"H. n'i' ,
    -4 from U ,. %l5,,,,,,,, ,, IaMeinlud. ,
    Apr 22 29.May (. 13 sssr c I > ::. :: r hi Un until m n ..Utl
    I"I :
    ;ifs' ; nd filling Phone 'S""' ,. I pls propoul I Ii adopiiK .,e mill, .11 l lod ) 1, 0 and U. 1045.LEGAl. I p.Iu ape. P4s to a ijAPVEu715E

    "'\ IIJIIS.i.E--Kl"sod\. RKK II I I. A. \\\\M"\ (1 IFKPIPPILS "s. ", FEMALE HELP WANTEDilliltliiittllliliiltuiiiltlililitilliililliltil -.329W.-- If, 10r"" ,.' .. ;i; 2 ,; I i :: ; ; ::, snd.:: ';;"'SI',..'uwsscos. ..": .b.r..k.,:" Proiloo: .: .I..",.,:. ;-ERTISEMINT

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    ,1'1.. PhONE 9113. tut IlllitV( .\\ tPIIOLSTEK: \WORK and \Mattress -- .r id ,'ncnc ;aan OCR ILI0TP.D
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    I \\i l. AT I\7DI.\TO\V\'f I" 1 1i I F,HI.tiE: hELP WANTED-A'on RenovBjng of all kinds. Anjther former F dl: t "' .i"e': IiC": ':'boI:: h'I I::IsO Tn T..XI'''I.... Vr.RI OAk. ... 0"/1 WAMEj"1g lucIte ,w

    [ ( C imnirtlcs, Eit 18H6 has opening We do flntwass work, pick H'otlKutor. bringing I be 5000,1". _t1oty.un.Cne I Onfrouuovn' H'' '
    > eon .
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    :; fv smart mature womsoants up and delivk. Phone Fort I It.ur has been hired by ...;::... :. ;= :.: :.. 50554Oknl .; 15500 ,,r'te.'bIO r.y.et .1 er'unomty 0,5.4 aSileS Is',IS.k..IesoOIr. obltb Sin'n' "

    FOR SAILOn simir loll I jobs ului extra money. MaSuaIm Pierce 775-J ofcwrite Route 2. ida t'otl'sl Service to .10'scbnuosu" 10 .ici cbs Onath. man t05'Al,.nc 5,5... .bout..d. 5nIesoop5. "'"diwseni doulbk' :' .
    local timhtr dot\, '. I n, woods burners r.; .:, ; ... ... 'ot dr of Os,
    mill lilac .
    San v 11.rr.n.\ .. prompt conciliation Box 589 Fort ft-rce Mattress ., ;: r,51555c.rtm..,;kI.o I .....d :, r UINt. .. .... '" ,_ .ty toe lb. .ite. dh.en&san
    lonier (od h", give. 'IArtin I \ P O Box lilt, Weal Company U forest Ires :Ooucsd' and nIC DIE. Hlnhone H"tIlsnHisltmo.I. : l "j.! ':.:.' .5"" :::'; r'Ek'ssekI tin C l
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    : .
    of the I :
    Count M>me bey-peeie!> Palm Beach. April 1,15,22 .
    of pine tree ohtui, ..Ir. I bON'TWAIT until ll'* too late SERVICES OFF I r" h--: "' : 0.rlaI. a .;... c.,
    011. ..
    I.
    iiiniiiTiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiMmiiTimniiiiiiiWANTED i U.tdn
    W.
    I l .
    have some nice .>zel 2x l's See us today foraautomobil "
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    reasonable (;vthbert l.wmlll. Insurance that youneed under TRl'SSFS elastic t. kl.: :1 IIr- :. Jsnl.os, l..A. .. ....
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