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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 29, 1948
Publication Date: 1938-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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NEXTTOESDAY Final Rally In Stuart on Saturday ) ''I t. '


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j n. S. Mu.t'Guard :Against AS AN AMERICAN ;

, Potent MinorilieSenstor Club*, r JAYCEES NAME 1 1KING.STIMMELL [ You 'rc Invited Thi Sin't Italy: .This i I. : :

<<: .: Tell* In Italy, on April 18, purred by ,

not 90 $per cent: of the electorate voted.It I
ttrra1 t himself all To Election I d;
but tether' an ""I"" I (It\ eitimated that next :
ilinnlrt guard agalnrtorijanlzed a Florida' voter wi.Tgo! to the poll. ,
that American !, w
.. ,,- minority gaining Night Party This Un't Italy, This i ia ;
rtnirol of tin nation, Senatot FOR PRESIDENTElection I who were hollering loudeit for the

MM Crary asalduously urged and exercise their right of franchise.

nely0M to exercise their voting 1, --- I You're Invited to The Stuar show them that we, a* American,
D fnnchW t to the primary election I Set May lOt Plana Newt election night party! cent' figure 'to p ctect the
!wit Tuesday' at the weekly noon I' Our special election night correspondent America, ,
Developing for Air Show \ I ,
Club at the '
of Kiwanis In all precinct'Wll]
meeting
Friday, PULLER WARREN DAN MCCARTIIW May 8.9 Vote. Vote according to )your :
toman') Clul) telephone the result Just as fast
Tte Senator dealt at length on as they are counted, and .we wllflash candidates whom you believe will : I ,
"t I Russia and Communism !in\ his William C. King and Kenneth them on a screen acros: community: and State but,

,i murk 1 in bringing out that S SUmmeU'were nominated for the stren from the New build first essential i la that you go to the I ,

" ,slice the close of World War Itittt the presidency of the .I nlor lag nothing atop you'on election day 1 e I '

/ earth hat. only two major Chamber of Commerce at'a din- I Here. are the folk who wit of franchiie. ; I :'

"I preen today Russia and the ner meeting of the organizationat I keep tab on the result In tin' A* an American: vote! ; \ '
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I Volted State This differ con !I local and State race In earl ------ L. 111 I 1':
I sifcmblj' from the period beforeiri CWsholm' Monday night. K
: I precinct: Salerno, Harvey Shel '
,
fUr World War I he ald. Fifteen\ member* and five I
ton; Jensen Beach, J. 8. Michaelson Results Given ; t I' 1
These two power, Jhs asserted guest attended the cession at'' Hobe Sound :to f. Arnold: II I \
''II row are waging a battle politic- i I Palm City, Ben Hodapp Indian
I which the following additional ; : i
" ill and economically with,t.he town. P W. Tlllls and Port May Probe of State's t <,,
How- ,
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deviating from nominations were made: :
SoMett never
aca, Tom Oartland. Our own M f
tntr: chosen course to communx ard Bartlett, King and :Ralph
I staff will handle Precinct; 2 and I r
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, Uu world one way or another, Hartman. Jr list vice-president, 3 In Stuart I
Winter Park. 29 -Th' Florida
, at reputed that only 4 to 8 per David B. Irons Hartman and I Because of the length of th April '
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. 1 leased the following results of
the Russian populationi I
of
Mt accepted as party member j Max Auerbach, 2nd vice-preslf ballot we will sign off after local WEMOCRVTIC t : {!

in* that premier Josef Stalin Uibnlute dent Stlmmell and Dan Fagan., and State offices are counted- For Governor I I ''

master of nil Russian' secretary, Josiph S. Oreenle"1 hopefully by midnightSHANDS I P. D. Akin (Miami). Druggist Twice ,,oi

stein with nothing anyone canto Pagan and Joe Mosley, treasurer. Comm. Commercial experience In \ I

about ItDunetrtcally to this and Irving Kanarek, Mosley, TELLS work. i I I I
opposed
Iron, Dougjav. Urquhart Stlm- Richard "Dick" Cooper (De- : 'I
ax-man rule Crary aald, 1* to- State j '
Landi.! Editor. Wants
la;'* other No 1 power whir A. SHANDS COIIN ENGLISH melL Harris R. Lowery, Jr.. John Junior I
economy\ Stats system MC
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lbe people art solely responsible N Mann and Robert Peck, di-1 STATE'S NEEDSAn colleges and South Florida State I I'I 1

a for the Government' action A" ve" rectors. Election by secret ballot university! better education and State"r: I l
iMaue\ oUhli status the people Win be held, at the May 10 menIng. opportunities for negroes, constitutional : t
,r wit be Informed on public .Ititi P effort' to tell the people convention, reap- ,
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( and be awakt enough to Discussion of plans tor the I, about the things Florida needi portlonment in Senate equal ) J l'
who
those official In office
put Jaycee-sponsored ,>1 r-8 ports to grow and then secure recognition I rights for women. State financial {\ : 1 t
rill conform to the publlc'eatelees t
I of them by the Legislature aid to cities. Dan j
Carnival at Witham Field May
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When trouble arise, the J
.i has been his campaign basil Colin I English <('Tallahas.s.ci.Educator. \'
headed the other.bveineas
8-9\ evening' I hog
tutu M the, people' only 'the ,
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and and II elected Governor 'will remain Has graduate degrees i
a special meeting voter
Dilatorlaid.In his theme in Tallahassee In administration and fII I I
was set for the airport at I
\ elaborating on t.b1I. point k p.m. I Senator W. A. 'Bill" Shanda told nanee. As Florida h 1 m }
iron out final
next Wednesday to
, Cozy refilled how dearly the SU'frlotel1dc'j
tl details. hit audience, en 'Ouraglngl'larae ent 'Public "This I "
imertrm Voting franchise was :Three new e members*, Eddie: '!despite the sodden rain, at the 1536, "made told a '/
ion by our forefather and thatu
Il I ; Railway Express platform hen ments. Leader In getting new
il U be' \tossed not their intention that Ross Barton Witham, Lloyd, were-accepted-Thompson and and;: Tuesday' morning. education law of 1947, veterinary I parked : :;::: d t \
by a lethargic
away
I the three delegate to the State He roundly scored the over medicine. Generally progressive, k
Idol: that made effort to
no favor of the .
convention Miami crowded conditions prevalent In not radical Not in constitutional -
Jaycee In
knoll' what It wanted or who-4t Beach this week' end were voted the State's welfare Institution convention. ,paign, : ; 1
canted to do It. Before
voting (< $50 for expenses. President BonA citing the large number of applications Bernarr Maefaddon among <<: :
uxudatea should be studied fortheir
alms and but Redding Jr,Fagan and Stlm- on nb for entry into Aged 79. Formerly editor Physical the i I ;
viewpoints'
mcU will represent.the club by' each and the comparativelysmall Culture and Liberty maga \ t I
bo" all w should not fall to
"Least
zlnes. Favor State rights. )
numbers: that are accepted -
BERNARR MACI'ADDENTlayu :
111M"( CrLI'J stressed. J. TOM WATSON attending the session Saturday ,\
,lot; t'llseklai and Sunday. After Secretary'' "purely for lack of accommodatioN governed are best governed. this last
In line with hi remarks' ,on if('x are gum-rally WMisUlotoU the fcjjJing; tamlnlalef Favors constitutional con vell- :
he reported. Help 1 In I r
doorlt> !mle\ he aIdUB, Coro- iicxi Cmr.rn; subjcft( in tie! priinarfci peal Tut'wUv and >mMIIJ Auerbach reported ha 24 the accredited organization this line and Improvement of tion. Conservative j t :
munlJ MI mall In number Tremolo will< vii! ft* tlwpi'itHH'rutK now ]1 the
> 25 when tli! top nut i rule i t rcripiriitt State health and education facilities
members. Redding announcedthe I '" !
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but havi power through' theiroKknli nomlimliiiu ftn tie t| Bmrral olesi.eha! WNdvcmlxr. Dan McCarty (Fprt; Pierce) ing I I
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giibfrnutorwl' new officers would take of-1 I are needs far ahead of ,'l 1 '
: : : Farmer, cattleman. fort
mtrol irganlzatlon and gain ; ; Hit f1lo'e tlia'iDi"imm.tk' | oilHlHl.itvo' ', are Rk-Iiard rice July 1 and appointed an any other building program, he Graduate grower Agrlcultural'Cellege 1 '
his
gels, orotor' \>" situation either or falling not 0.0'111'1'| BUM! Pullitt, ....eJ.J I). Aklii TraiiWulis B L Atkei election committee: composed of asserted.He University of Florida Member I mon ; : f ; ',: : \ ,

t4))Wt a h?i they do. coal, Jnliii Olilf((: will reek ti"l! GOP m.niimUluii. Trwahe: ; Fagcn.. .Thompson. and BartonSummary [ lauded the conservation legblaliire three terms" Speak- Coast," 'I'JI
____....: : program underway In the State i I er of House 1911. Sponsored to the J I t
now, but lashed out at State j J
I! bills to outlaw slot machines, powers I
Convention i School Superintendent Colin) abollnh )poll tu. Championed ment. ::: '
\ Given on 63 Delegate \ English's I "promise for quantities expansion unemployment Insurance I ; I .11I'

of thlnis at no additional.xprna. workmen' computation. '
." Many improvements) Stresses Boll conservation, : "have revision I' f I t I '

are needed, recognized and eventually water control better Stale : I
{ Candidates f on Local Ballot; M Pledged : will materialize throughout hlch"a,.. Liberal We South were t : j ,
the State, he said but it 1 is I being 'I '1
common knowledge that they Basil Pollltt (Miami i Lawyer. hI r rI
House.
I GIVEN NOMINEE SUPPORT Kill cost money and plenty of It Calls self labor union man and I

In iruwer to an Increasing mend by puzzled voter for Information and there can b: no "great economy non-political candidate tired of I at modem, I '+/ I Ij

o the lone list of candidates for delegate to the naUoIlIII with them." Said Shands, *:clng the office bought. Fav- In, j i' l'
l Naw 'It would be pleasant to say that ora law to outlaw racial discrimination I 1
(
The
Democratic convention in Philadelphia/: next June to-date / ;
I nw here; 1 Is a way to get State lerv- In public employment. -
gathered and summarized much' available Information as
a*
P alble" th M candidates from the State-et-laye and 8 fromue nets ices: ,and But Improvement it would also without be deceptive Liberal W:: A. Shands tOalnesvlllq) t Ask Fresh .

lib Congreulonal District whose name will appear on the : and I do not intend to Businessman. City Commissioner\! County Anglers ;""JiIW
ballot in MtrUn County' eight polling places next Tuesday lecelvi you." of Gainesville 4 years. 4 years ( < .11

'There ai three.-. groups nf ....n. He proposes to ask advice of member Fla. Road Dept. 8 years
Alone
""Mala: me; ballot l peeking, ,nlIy1nlmOIln name while at recognized' leaders of veterans In Senate, where voted most( I Water Line Be Left '::::11 i t'i

*!r thai State or county' lame time attempting to organizations for aid to the Veterans valuabl member by fellow members \
posl- the
of the State in'a business- belfaves more taxes need 4 r. f
|Lien -mention .delegates, na- nuke logical choice of candidates Ike manner and said he would.. ed Including a limited sales A representative group of some I don to 'request the Game Com ,
"laal committee member and who will vote for lilt Presidential advocate a Statewide referendum transaction) tax, to Improve 25 Martin County sportsmen mission establish the line coIncident j 1 I

Jwldentlai elector, However' preference and ((2) this on any proposal for a veteran schools, aid cities, get better Monday told Curtis Wright with the south county
sew W' that of theae the la an Important primary because: *' bonus roads., Okechobre. ehlef officer for the line of St. Lucie County, which..
eon.jwwm
delegates far Florida and Alabama, who vote Fuller Warren ''Jacksonville)I. 'Game And Fresh Water Fish crosses the river from the Ira .\
by
!* most important were since they, tilt same day, are. the first i Lawyer. Twice member of Commission that the angler of Max Ranch on the west shore ,
air the only one having a u-< Southern State to vote and consequently .i,1 THE TIDES !islature. three times Jam this area are satisfied to let the Just north of Besaey Creek, to a I
will have the eye, of council.! Favors reduced Leg-I fresh water line remain whereIt point a little south of the Paul
allAllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllISNggN.IIL the nation on them studying re- --- Government central is on the North Fork of the Kelley Grove on the east shore. e

SKETCH: uju, Hub .M< .b.* ...... for tk. St...Lwk.. commission, Improved St. Lucie River approximately :3 I Thl\ action was taken by St.
or'TAn-U-LARGE There are two "fairly-well ..Inlet......l r 8t*.ik....r. .ek. ,.Mullni. ftr IkwlIU'aim 4.TIB keeping livestock from highways miles north of Stuart. Lucie County sportsmen; to prevent t
defined" slates, both committed add 1 .... It 1Ori.....'for klik. .. State financial aid to I Wright came here. on Instruc- Martin County seiners from 4
|I II, Pledged? te'F.L.' Wright. to candidates acceptable to the WIGHT D. EISENHOWER HARRY 8. TRUMAN. <, 4 kly I, k\ir W.II nlnum M as.k.et fur tow. C-. cities Increased citrus tion from J. W. Corbett Fort operating In the upper North t

W-fWeuM Nominate Elsen South. One group ha banded M 1--- .- --r..c I ..H. W. L. W.A. I ing, ban on sale of adVertlS-1 Pierce. 4th District member and Fork, it wa asserted at the I '
hower." the EIA'n: Ml. A.M. r.M. chairman of the- commission meeting It I II against the law ,j' I
water control. game
'outstanding The Elsen I nor 1937-40: EARLE W. DAY no!, AIN'II" 11 it I 19k Till lilt
man. '
U-.toal l to Elsenhower i III'' *.> 1 |l9l f5. tilt ado J. Tom Watson < > to sound .out opinion of to use seine In St. Lucia County, e
.. DONNELL,
: B. : :
members of which Information; E. :,
IS
hower list Ill4 tillD.r '
1.5 I .144 III* y'
'-1oal U '' by Governor and .. .. torney Oeneral S )'ear.. Sponsor- sport fishermen on-a proposal to but Martin County' legalisation
and would,'noral.M away oft bn th ballot a*"un-! attorney in'West' Palm Beach; all: -** *! ltd* '
.". e not too far from till ce. will appear* Hanton, is publisher Fort ... 4 4lll salt 'ltd, ItllSt. ed law to outlaw' closed shop. move the line approximately l 4 of the forced trap net nullified
In
Etretoohower. The largest clearly-defined slate Instructed wall announced Carl FRANK O. ., a Sitl, :sot:) HilltU l Fought appropriation of 42,000- mile northward to the narrow the seloe classification when
ower. Orlando Monday. Myen News-Press; i <4 Illtl lll" .
a..l'ledr... teo Truman. W pledged to give Governor TAYLOR JR. no Information; 000 to Everglades National Park of the North Fork. this type of equipment went Into 'I '
.!-tleomlnlltetl: pubHoly, fielding L, Wright of Mississippi\ Only 511'med'and' : one womanof FRANK D. UPCHURCH of St. a* depleting State treasury. Opposes He stated that Billy Pitchford?"the" St Lucie County water, Jtwa + !
a rousing vote on the first ballot the M 6taU-at-arge) candidate Augustine, II 1 former legislator tHE'WEATHER 1947 education law. Stresses commercial fish house operator, i asserted. i 5
Sf total, .wick Ie &e be elected, Oft and then talon to choice of another who .M 'I listed a* "unln- gubernatorial candidate In 1944. opposition to Communism and Earl RIcou, chief officer for The sport fishermen who met
Ita f .*t candidate who would support atructed" are unaccounted for so / high cost of government, civil the salt water Conservation Department 1 at Lighthouse/ first considered r
,
Wright' anti-Civil Rights far In public announcement Uninstructed: WILLIAM V >* krtutu constitutional had appeared before a proposal to-brlng the freshwater Il, r
for i k T Kt 9j
"'" U> w *<* w tights program
""''Hiimiimnmiiiiiiiiiimmiim, Program stand since \Ibndentood The summary: ALBURY, of Key West,, formerlegislator M. Him, W. S. ......... *.k..nre4 convention Favors State finance i St. Lucle County Commission regneMlng line further south-to thaRooeivelt j.j.
,
** "no Intention 'I MEN (VOTE FOR I)1) In Eisenhower group; lull SIU.K'' Fit. I' '
have but then decided
voice to the to aid to clues Colorful, forthright, I that the line be moved Bridge,
weratlo ptrty choice of the of running for Preiident" Two NORMAN 'S. STONE JR., no HOMES. U ALLEN: Miami politician T.p.tl 11..__re .a..M.p..._ reactionary. northward again "because of to request that it be left f 5 I

I'reGdent In candidate for Btate-atrlarg. Candidates art Information, pledged to EI0entSower. In Eisenhower group; c-0150. ? .,.,4 en 1 For Attorney General protest from Martin County exactly where It, Is 'on tho) t
!dN, June. Consequently pledged ont each for President ROBERT H. 4NDERSON, Of Miami April .. .. ,55 01era L. Burton (Wauchula sport fishermen that they must rounds that I it create a large IIF ,
Summary 11 devoted these in Eisenhower If. .... ....l II Grady j
Information ( attorney -
ell1et-leekere. Truman and General Dwight D.gbeeohowetl GEORGE; H. OOEBEU no cults. ... .. 14prll Mayor of Wauchula' three terms, buy license to fish in the.North pawning and feeding ground for 3 I
pledged to Truman. group; U. S. ANDREWS! no information : :. .. .... .y... :: "
nttuon of :\ Is. .14 State AJtomey ilnce 1929. .Fork: Bay, the game Ash of theiorth. Fork,,
thl
Ibahq Informa-
( to : DR. WARREN CHARLES B. AUB- .. ... a. le
Wright IIsij
ell announced con'corning Pledged April Jacksonville). The has been closed 1 to all area. v
t caldwell ha P. Ouy Crew ( area 9
> .ntlal for two rea- .. .E. ANDERSON no Information LEY: of Tallahassee, attorney, Aaril" .... .. ,n, Ulncna
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'tAl to wa authorized the presenting
voter allowed his group that Well-known criminal lawyer net for approximately one year They
Wttute by law In which only to not iponsqr of the >iV but thatIf ; GEORGE H ASBEU, of former H.senator H. BASKIN In, of Caldwell Clearwater G .J. pAIMFALI. .tI Member of t.eilalatut11rorn Du- ,ever since St. LucIe County Rod of letter. and petition to ,

tall a rate and would 1 be delayed he and the othe/ on the slat* Tallahassee, I I. Statt .motor FRED vehicle P. group,; attorney, former Mayor, "Atril; i? :. .. ::. ::,... : ... ....i3i val County, and Oun Club' prevailed. upon Corbett reque.tlnahat the tatiU
J2"4 this time were elected they would "noml- commissioner) ..71: (Continued On Pegs Two) the: St. Lucl County conunls-{ quo be retained. ;
by attempting otter CONK 1 fe formerforlda Oover- (Continutd On fage Sewn) ...,...... ..
from Elsenhower or some '
; a long list of gen- nat ,
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: mamA, THt1lOUAPart.. U, 1848T
THE STUART NEWS STUART MARTIN COUSTX,
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SEALS CROSS 146: $' MORE ABOUTRESULTS CANDIDATES APPEAL FOR FAMILY :FORT PIERCE MOVES I II I day cannonball, one lot belling ot 30 lI1eo1um-lllZ-1; dltlon0., nil WWI commodities seaeon'e" tola1l'ume i

HyacinthsIn I NECESSITIES MADE; GOOD( TOMATO VOLUME Barring adverse well over SOO.OOf bUS .
The Mle of Easter!: seal in GIVEN I ____
t' Martin County grossed $40843 An appeal has Men made fey, i Volume movement of tomatoes -

+ { it was announced Tuesday!: bv South Fork i tConiinunl Frmn faff&: One SPEND 53,812. I. Webb Ordway for new er old I I, at Fort Pierce! was off to a

I Alienator! Evans nary, chairman ; clothes and furniture for UM good start Monday with 13.734
l 1 of the drive which concluded: To Go Soon i Richard W. Ervln (iPahytkaylahaaeeel benefit of Alien Thomas and hit field crate of green elllng at
n I II J}' t 'Easter morning The proceeds 'T ) Former member Second reports of campaign I wife and elM children who lout. from $1 to i1 leg, averaging $6.19
/ -will be> devoted to child correc- c-f Legislature.. Counsel State expense by Msttln County political ''all their penonal possession In
t _work in_tale_ county___ The green PI.e-;. of hyacinths ''I Highway Dept. 1936-47 Asst. office seekers totaled $3- the lira that rued their hemp and 46] field .crate of pinks
General from $ M $6.50. aversaging
Attorney 1941. selling
FACE In the -''Colored section Monday
the
f slowly strangling South Fork
I Hugh L. Me Arthur ),. 87S 47, Clerk 3. R. Pomeroy reported \ of allcommodities
of the St. Lucie River -- onc> | iTarnpa morning. Ordway said beds mattresses $489. Total sales
CUD termed the! most beautiful black Attorney Florida public "Safety( following the deadline for clothe, even a stove and Monday and Toes' ,
f bans fishing stream In America ,Dept 1641. tiling them with him at the courthouse everything for a home I Is needed 14912.05. .- r
bushels were
'ATVA day. 24,451 y'f
: r Summary -<> the candidate and will be welcomed '
|
,, W may be eradicated I through sclentiftc Monday night. The total by the family '
.
Rh'I all qualified Burton sent then &
1 cooperation' and the help''of than that reported Donation may be taken
rr is 1 tl.116.29 greater
I >the Florida; Game an4.Fresh'': : Voter*' League the most Judicial ,to Ordway'i body shop on the 'Tuesday's volume was sharp
/ spanPalm I Water Fish Commission. statement on the officeof on tint account filed by j I Old- Dixie'I Highway I or to. the curtailed\ by the rain. Weather
) CUrtl Wright, chUf officer for Attorney General. April 14. |{ East Coast Lumber'and Supply I' lion In Fort Pierce recorded
With : the 4th District, told l Martin For State Superintendent of The reports showed: Company office, or donor way ." Inches of rainfall Rainfall
facllltsibiy Cuunty sporUmrn\ at the LlghtJhou Public Instruction Haiti* R. Lowery, Jr., $27080; telephone either!: 9115!or 11 aad a back country not available
t' e> Monday that the department -j Robert,Oolley (Miami). Director U W. RowelJ, $34.80; J. A. Dease. j i r truck will call for the gifts. The but was reported light.
of Dade Vocational
is making arrangements County ; children Include four boys, ages, First watermelons of the'sea appreciate
irna I dllh the Everglade 'fxprrlmeiu: and Adult Education. Coordinator $10 60; Marvin H. Rowell. $250 38; 12 $, I and 1 week,tand four son vies sold at auction f1.te.- She
Station to secure .supply of of Diversified Cooperative Roy C. Baker. $498.70; Thomas R. ,girls, ages 15, 11, 7 and ..
I I hormone-sprayy. and will\ work Training in high\ schools Helller $3850; C. H. Waldron
,
II t kith local: anglers to end tilt >Organized and eight year dl- $9.75; H. R. Steffens, $3550; Fox
Ir.I ,nuisance. i i ttcted Univ. of Fla. Summer Brown, $487S-D.; L. Williams, I
Clock Con y? The hormone treatment has I I i:School -Industrial\ Education: $83.31; O. M. Hancock; $3M5 i, Wofewelry i
J Teacher and administrator In $30 A. R.
so..i J..t at s .i.f.e been used successfully l to clear'> Arthur E. Sims ; ClonU ,
Nm.n4.4 Fla. Schools 24 year. $296.77; Otto J. Matousek. $83 M;
i M I..a r..k N...b. 4.d..m ewew mt.ane.alm II hyacinth-choked.. It cause the Everglades: water weedsto ca-jl jlflal. j, Thomas, D Bailey (Tampa 0 W. Shlpei, $4795; Alfred L., OTIB
.0 .I and b.. N. grow so rapidly that they I Tallahassee), Public Relations Bennett. $194.82; Ransom R. TJ1- ON
3f (sewer ,,. It .. u.. N. break down and dle-and 1I..ldl|Sea of Florida Educ\ Asan.1eacher I, ton, $6360; Marvin H. Crowe,
//.far .tt.e .b.n I.aaW.Nt. ( and principal rural and S8S.JI; C. A. Christopher $40.38;
to b? ,harmless to fish and wild- "
hs.l alms Ill e.. } I IWttdatfe city scholl, De Funlak'Sprlnas, Henry P. Lyons, $$219.57; Hugh
Officer Hartman and i I Ocala, Head of Tampa schools, Stuart, $451.15; A. C, Courson NNI WEDNESDAY Mothersay
1t I Ij I COMPLF E 1RWELCY SClet lea .1[MerrItt ot Martin County will 1943-47.' Past president Florida $39065; Randolph B. Spinney,
j help supervise the work, and Educ.!!: Alan, Qnerally approves $43.25; C. M. Fletcher $4027;
Stuart Jewel I 1 i new school law of 1947. Stresses: George Keith, $233.33. and J J. M. AY 5th '
Wright told the fishermen that SUNDAY MAY
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1 '"Realities of Living" course In,,Watson, $26.50. ,
fi Fwf. he expects to be able to give
< rlr| Sluart i.m.l Shop I{Home and Family, Health. ILL CLOSE
i the "the '
project green light"i
869 O Robert C. Marshall /ISSA tA
i ceola Aye : Jackson-( REPRESENTATIVE
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0 ( Building) be asked to "make
NIwDehon $1a eileen may :1 athletic. Director:! In V4 and Ala. Prompt application by qualV-\ FROI4
i tips pot" to pay for the hormone]1' t'tied person for retirement or
Principal of high schools in
chemicals.W i Jacksonville, eight year Duval survivor benefits that ban been 1 1'I THR Gil THE S MER MONTHS//
--- I It |County Supt. Public! Instruction.' earned under the Federal old-ag ,
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1 I:;Favors continuation and coop.'I and survivors I Insurance program I I'I C, &
t eratlon with Citizens, Comm. was urged I today by R. C. Oehrken -
,Educ., special studl:* and training e'1-'''I Jr., manager of- the WeslK -C. & E. '
\ for those contemplating Lat- Palm Beach office Qf tbs Soetul I I Wa erj jewelers
; :-American contacts, Increased Security Administration. He an.
vocational education. nounced a representative would 1 Osceola Ave. Stuart
For Slate TreasurerJ. be in Stuart at 'the court house j i JEWELERS b

ARMSTRONG'SASPHALTTILE II I Edwin Larson (Keystone beginning at 10 a.m. Tuesday to I Oaceola Ave. Stuart
Heights and Tallahassee'i Incumbent I take such applications andtransact I II ,
I since 1940. 'Ha degrees other business under
in buslr?ss administration I the_program_ ..
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i'.nd' accounting. Former state Ii
t representative and senator. U S.
Collector Internal Revenue six
t We are proud to announrk jf at we now can offer you years Favor Central Purchasing I
genuine Armstrong' AspJf *Tile Expensive? No. Agency, with all State-pur- > -- ,
indeed Your floor catfbe tWjtom designed to fit Thanes, on competltlv bids.R t
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special needr it wiVbf lowest in T "Doc" Carlisle\ (.Orange '
your j/t price. ; 'It \. '
Park i Druggist salesman. Formerly \ :
Economical to maints'with ASastrong's I I II," \
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worked In office of Elate "
Wax too Dirt wasWfs off in a Vfy waxing it r I' ; VOTEHARRIS

keep it factory-origin. And, since Ve color goes all i treasurer.For Comptroller \ ..,\..: : I: \ '
1 s the way through eyh tile-it can't *vr look shabby Ed Fraser (Macclennyl). Nurs- \
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\i ;: cr worn Call us/olleci at Fort Pier \799 and we I pryrrtdn.: State senator. Active In i {:\ i\; ;"

+lol' will be glad to give you a free estimator visit our j Florida civic and fraternal af- :; ::, '

t showrooms at 90p South Dixie in Fort P rce, fairs. ;I : : \ :: ;:;. .
C. M. Oay (Orlando-Tallahas- I''
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GRI/FTRPECKER I : : I Ii M A. le (Oainesvllle). Lawyer 1
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college graduate with training in 1; ; 55
I FLOOR COVERINGSFORT cc untlng. 1 t ;
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PIERCE. FLA.OTIC. I experience Oay sttmt the best I I
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I, ___ n- n' __ I qualified.for CommlMloner"of Agriculture I, LOWERIJr.
Ammon McClellan (Ft. Fierce),
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Citrus grower and cattleman. ,
()rlld. Unlv. of Fla. Platform; :,
.smashing' an expensive political ;
}. machine, protecting capable emI I I
ployes by merit system, more!I
i and proper agri. research, complete FOJCounty ;
if f reorg. of dept rotation in I
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Nathan Mayo Summerfleld.j( )
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his record; more State market; + .
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drug insecticide and fungicide, '
teed and seed laboratories; more ; .
AccordinJ to Florida w, all extensive enforcement of' New j ." I,"
!Mark uud, Brand and Weight I
and Measures Law.
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places dispensingbeverages i oxicating I for lUilroad and Public Utilities I' .' l, I '""
Commissioner I! A MAN WHO ASKS TOR A CHANCE -:, {;, ,} 'h I
t Lex Green (istarke) Age 56. I.. I ;!:,( .
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mi1 t ti se on prim- Farmer, publisher, automobiledealer. SERVE THE PEOPLE COU& t; :-0\\' \\ '. i
\\1 I Congressman over 201 I "M.1(
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election da next Tuesday years. Cites his experience asprosecutor I ', / ;\ .., .
1 ary 1 Judge, legislator 24 YEARS RESIDENT OF M RTI COUNTY <'
fureues representation of North "
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,. May 4, and r jma\ closed during Florida.Richard "Dick" Mack (Coral I GRADUATE STUART HIGH\ CHOOL AND ,. 3 \i',,,, ""/""I.' ,

E Cables). Age St. Incumbent. ,' ,; //'J:
Et Buslnecsman in Florida 16 years. If STETSON UNIVERSITY LAW/C OLL ,'"
the peri/1 that tRk polls are I I"'i'" ,1 ,
t Et Orad. In Bus. Adm, Unlv. of Fla." i I'x i i"ldt> Y; !I'': t t"tf

t open Fro/ 7 a. m. to \ p. m. Sept.Appointed 1947. to fill vacancy "In I I 4!;' :| "f CONDUCTS LAW PRACTICE/IN ST RT. ; :\".t\.,I '!,'11,'-. .. r

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1 f1 f1t / Whltehouge Deadline' for Satellite bid Field to lease for ':, u., SERVED AS CITY JUDGE J TWO TER '

I t grazing purpose 1 Is 1J a.m. Wednesday -{' '
I t MART COUNTY and the Public Work Officer SERVED IN THE U. S. -A/MY, ; }t't
4 COMMISSION / Naval Air Station, Jack- ,
sonville; ha* requested persons :; ./1; .
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By Interested In leasing the field to MARRIED AND HAS CHILDREN, :r 2 I I
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J.f R. Pomeroy, County Clerk The field, located 10 mile westof I / / :, "

etrti Jacksonville and --lie 2 consist mile north of 645 of ,I IF ELECTED HE PLEDGES. TO SERVE U :TO ,THE BEST'.,OF H ..ABII4ITY i AND f

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ON TH BILL LE LIZING SEINING' IN MARTIN, COUNTY WHICH ,WAS 'PUT, I
MY PLATFORM NHOROU! 'T/iE: LEGlfcfeATURE IN,,-THE LAST SESSION WITHOUT A REFERENDUM? tf

SETTLE THE', SEINING ISSUE J :I,
BY A REFERENDUM, THE/ EOPLE OF MARTIN: SENSIBLE' WATER CONTROL TL ,THIS,ISSUE BETWEEN; THE SEINERS ON THE ONE'.HAND AND THE ,. 'I !
MATE COMMERCIAL FISHERM AND SPORT FISHERMEN ON THE OTHER WHEN h.
STOP THE MUD,FROM ST,"'LUCIE jAM ELECTED THERE HAVE BfiEN TWO REFERENDUMS) IN MARTIN COUNTY I 1,1't'' 4'
CANAL VON THIS SUBJECT; IT WAS TWIC\'VOTED,OUt-AND THEN THE WILL OFTHE 'i, ,
GAS TAX RELIEF,FOR ALL FISHING PEOPLE WAS NULLIFIED BY LEGI\ TION PASSED LAST YEAR WITHOUT A I "
BOATS AND FARM ; REFERENDUM! YOU MAY BE SURE THAT I WILL SEE THAT THIS ISSUE, IS DE- '1'1'1",1'
TRACTORS ., ... CIDED BY A REFERENDUM. THE BALLOT BOX! ..''J j I J
EXPAND SCHOOL FACILITIES SOUG\T
WAS YOUR ADVICE OR CONSENT ON CERTAIN OTHER LEGISLATION \ .Ii
NO GENERAL SALES'TAX! AFFECTING MARTIN COUNTY? THE ANSWER AGAIN,,IS "NO!'t.
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-- -. -- I ; PRECINCT STORY SHERIDANS TO LEAn;
EIGHT TO FILL Capacity Audience CONRAD GIVEN WAS GUMMED UP PAUL IOUNG DEPARTS 'TIGERS BEATS
)dr. and Mr*. Lester O Sheridan -

I iflsport Restaurant COUNTY CODY I, Sees Senior"""-- Play'The I CHURCH JOB on Persons Last the week precincts living s Stuart test was of Newt rroneous'l story ,for will Chicago and enter two the Saturday children lumber will where business leave he IN VERO 7-2 1 2 iA.i ii i

Oroom Said No" in the has
Precinct 3, Btuart with his brother. Sheridan
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1 Just outh Frazier Creek Bridge On U. auditorium of the high school
I at the Chevrolet 'been I clerk in the Florida Power Vero Beach High gchJj,
1 Joe Hill Williams chairman ot 'rlday.avenLor before a capacity I Charles cond-of Salerno tM) son living east oftuart tracks In and Light Company office here nWLl
Under New Ownership I twill advantage of sevi
audience the annual senior i will : !
for He
'v been awarded the Contract tor Precinct 3. vole at for the past two year
State Democratic Executive I
BLANCHE POLLACK the 'class play. However, before the Presbyterian the fare station. j'be replaced'by Warren O Snipes, Martin Count RIll SchoTJ
, < FACt r Jnvites' You Toi EnjoSRel o Committee has approved eightpersons final curtain the hilarious mix- I building tit Stuart All of Precinct: 8 Undlantowo) Paul Young, son of Mr and ball team to come f1'Olll,
I to fill out the countyeonualttee up brought about by bit pre ,I Church new e4.lflce on Osceola of East 5th
Is west of the boundary of Range : Mrs Herbert Young and score 7.j
I 1 Italian Spa etti o Secretary John 1. conjugal refusal was straightened Are. and will begin construction 40 ludlantown polling place Is :Bt, left yesterday morning for Vero dectlotja,
CLIO SERVING I Moore announced yesterday out and boy got girl" in the i Monday morning. the Rev C A. i the Seaboard Air Line Station VYlchlt* Kani. wher he will diamond rtet4at y
ATE >W I Joining present members' Mrs time-honored tradition. An excellent Carrlel announced Tuesday. Here are the other. polling! resume NL wartime Job ln *a noon Bruce Ben!i 1111111'41 I
i Llllle Frlpp )in Precinct L R B : cast gays a creditable .1 : fan i-i. to five nits but tone
places airplane .
a' + ALL MEALSA LA CARTE McPherson In Precinct 8. Myrtle performance and the class The contract was signed with Free 1 I-Jensen Town HallFree -- arsgewes.
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span AT I Dyer In Precinct 3 and Moore In''grossed $2U u a result of performance Conrad In the office of T, T. I Salerno' Canning'
/ PatinWlths" REDUC PRICES I Precinct .4, are the following; ', Friday and Monday Oughterson Tuesday morning ;Plant. PARKING bag
Warner B. Tllton' Jr, In 1, Mrs, The male lead that of a young with Price MtD French chairman r Prec. I--Kobe Sound. Electric Right Down Tewa
I KarLKrueger In I: Stanley Smithin ''man who, for purposes -of his of the bqard of trustees, :Company:: Fat ter wmi W"x Ar+u ""
taciUtslbiy I.i I. ,REAL HOMI JOKED MEALS 3, Mrs,, Jack Saunderson In own, feigned a neUrotic-psycho- signing for the church.The sign-I Prec 0 "- Paljn City Town, SINCLAIRWo' LOU yBIRANCy
4, O H TUton in 4, Fred T. Joss,,sis, was a difficult role and was Ing-WM witnessed by Dr soar i j i I In Thomas Qartland lln 1 and ably done by Charles Hall Anne' E r Johnwlck W M. Trimmer Prec T -- Bessemer. Corpora ""at CFACN e'LO A oEE
i II M. Saunders In 8t, T. J. F Unman and Sara Roth wire Wllll Pagtt! and'Oughterson.. tlori office.
1 Kennedy and Mrs. R. A. Rollins,.most convincing I It the twin) The. one-story structure will .. __ --L.
an the !State Democraticom' leads opposite HalL Elaine Ulmcr be of concrete block: and rein ,
/ \ mlttccmrn\ in Martin County turned in an excellent performance forced concrete have an asphalt
'1 Porter : Judge Arthur R. Clonts' office In a character role I til'-covered I cement flour with West Palm Be rectoryAppreclaV
:: announced last night thai &7 The main characters were well I red tile roof and under terms of'
f ralxntef: ballots have .been cast supported by June. Matous'kGwyime the contract will cost $33.ooo. Dr. '
there to far, That balloting will Sincore, Orayce Pome Carried said Dimensions will be'I /When .In West Palm Beach Tl Firms Your 'Pateohap
P nt & Body Shop end 5 pin, tomorrow roy, John Haromy, C,.H' Hard-* 112 by 52 ft. Conrad'a contract''
3f Poll! ,\list. and the oaths of the tick, Bambi Slncore and. Harris I calls for 120 days for completion I H A T H O
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Wall and Dr. Carrlel said services will BADCOCK'S Moose YO sac M/e./
Inspectors and ,c:1rll.: : of an election I
(Over A & P, 2nd Floor) board must be sealed Inside Mrs, Carl B Roth, who directed -I start there no!'later than early ROO Nf Co.Furnitur .
SPECIALIZING IN UPHOLSTERING the ballot box when returned to the play gave credit for its| fall : $12'Clematis St. CfllcrrthOPT.CloUI. ,
i 4" j Ayto Painting Metal Work the supervisor of registration; success to the untiring efforts 1: The pastor.said the church "Is RoorWO..a t NttpIlous
+ Custom-made Covert 'such o ballot boxes to be carefully of the various student commit happy the work Is Lobe don !, ,.. aRAnso-vet, tAtraglcs.ssesrs
Tops .
Slip Sport preserved by th! supervisor: of tees and also to the Row-11 Furn- by a local firm and they have aching. OI'TOJlITRIJ WATEaraoor a a
t registration until after the next iture Company who loaned the complete confidence: that Conrad ... any.
furniture for the set will do excellent job"" I
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grips. Cloth Carrying 4.98 9 B Everythmg lArnake your hoijfTand garden bright and shining

case everythm o hardw j T even goods for the sportsman!
That's what ourtfrn-inynHome and Garden Sale offers the
Strong, sure grip 6" pliers "Te.trite" heavy duty
type Casting reelsOcean budget-wise shopp XNow is the time to do the jobs you've s I s
Slip Joint Pliers Screwdriver City No: 81: Level wind, put aside during* quadruple multiplying. 215 2 specially price nerchanlsj e that's lofty in quality and level ( e
For ,eneral purpose use 6 a 5.16" / steel jJ .
poled 100 yd. I CVrie ,
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Chrome plated blade. in price in today ",
steel 5 9 gc Hardened"49c

I Nylon lineSmooth, easy running. waterproofed 10 DAY On! .

line. 50 yd spools 1 6 6D 0 GARDE OSE
20 Ib test 1"
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SOCIAL NEWS f 7TII BIRTHDAY, PARTY Some Busy With domestic food consumption I Brown of Swarthmort Colkge.e.1)leontftme.HOWOULD i 'I':j ,I :1 i II

............. .. Deanle Godfrey, daughter of increasing yearly, together 1 --- ---.- ---- ----- -- o. i :y; r 111 I I ,
11111111111I111111I1111'I II III....IIIIII"'UIIII........'.-....I II III IIIIIIIIIIII I II I IIII III1111111III III I II Mr. and Mr. H. M. Oodfrey,)As Bees Scientists Discover with continued demands for I :

w FRAZIERS SPONSORS LISTED FOR II was T years old last Friday.! foreign aid, 4-H Club member I. : t ,
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Av DAUGHTER I FINAL TEEN'DANCES Deanle thins that, when a little (New 'York Times) chologist, and his Interest In the are determined to help keep YOU S7 J.' I, I
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-- Mrs a whole parkin I The Inexorable of scientific stem from America' "bread basket" II1 ed. I
!, O. M. Hancock, Mrs. W. pressure project principally : 1.! : I
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Air! Force > a party it la i
'0 Barr. Mrs. H. J. progress ha just displaced bill Interest In learning more" For this specific: purpose, roundly LIK\TO ,
Trstrlcla! Anne Out child Orepe and a very nice world Indeed. Twenty time' BE BURNED/ UT OF YOURLOSEEVERYTHING
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by studying -
5aandMrs.'H.W.msler, Mr. Elizabeth r, Madiera will -slx at her friends came to the. and cherished belief. In an !ant the behavior pattern of I 200,000) farm youth are taking I, I e IHOM I 1
J born it schofleld Barracks: bet! sponsor at the een-age party, which was complete with community, It now appears 40 animals and Insects. In this i part In the 1048 national 4-H AMY ( 314 '
!,.pili! March $2. She'weighed dance at the Civic Center Saturday Ice cream birthday caKe and I per cent of all the ants spend study the American Philosophic crops awards program. The program '1'i 1r 1\\ '

Si fir! the former Janice! night Other sponsors for I gle even ands bubble-turn.Libby Keller Pamela were Prtn-the their Urn lolling about the nest al Society, the National Research i 11 1 designed to help 4-H'er THIS W\RLD YOJD POSSESSED? H ."\!
allday and never make the effort Council and the Office of Naval ,
the acquire a better knowledge and I "
Tassel \\I the daughter dances which will end JuneS prlz 'winner and others attending ,
no Wd Mr. A. T. Van Tassel' will be: were Violet Crews, Joan Ed- bypopular with, which legend.they are credited Research participated. I develop skill in ;approved farming Well, that' what ha\ ned iff a Stuart colored man this vast r I''
Yr Crescent. Stuart, Mr. Dewey enfold Geneva --OrlfJen, Peggy Ants have personal difference 1, practices.About Monday morning. When ;tai Iftard that fire siren blowing. BiiiWrThomas' 'I
Hayes Mr* E.: D. Solomon' ancient admonitionto they .found, and Dr. & hnelrlal
affil ofr Harklni, :
frailer to the Lout Patricia Kllgour, Layne house and all he poftessed was being turned te qq' ;
| Mrs. c A;Frazier, West Wells Mrs Joseph Constance, 'Bulllvarti Betty Lee Whltloar, "go to the ant, tpou sluggard, estimated that 40 per ro'wJ: i asheig j I ; ', '
sod Beach P1s Mr. D. 4'Hudson and Mr. M. Sandy tomax, Diane Rider, Ger-! observe her way and be wise" the Insects th. group 20,000 of the Panama Bunter b a good. harddCorlV*; colored man employed at our ; I It
?' rraztera were married In J. Morrtson: on May I, Mra. CarlB. Uyn Megl:&'. Carol and Judy depends entirely upon which ant did not venture outside the gathBring I ants have been brought back to Paint 4t Body Shop, liyhu fouVboys -U year, 9 yean t y* nand f 1" I '
J ,,ry1M at Atlanta when"ueuten Roth, Mrs, L. A, Jackson, Joanne Mann, Mary Jo you are watching, a group) of place all day. An additional ene week old aotfeur girl\ ; 11,1 and i yean old tbaf j :r 1
Arbogast and 1
scientists from the American 40 cent are good work- the and! tests will be '
and nt J pannwhere hereed leSB. Mrs E 3. Smith on May,15, Mr, liam Speedy, "Boy"Hugh Shrlgley and Carol, Joel Wal-Wil Museum,, of Natural History said ers, he declared per and the balancecan I conducted.museum there t.to ascertain how: I mouths te feed *-jffus himself alW wife, which make M._jj l ; ,' :l f f'I
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with the 5th Air For- LLnun L. D. McElfresh: Mrs Robert lace. Harris (Lowery, 3rd. ,Arthur yesterday. The group has Just be counted on to work "oc and what they can be taught'iDr. As his employer, /m going t* do *\ I''cn- but this b I a ease f
r Wheeler In Garner, Mr. T Kramer and Dowering Tommy Maxwell and returned from Panama with the casionally. Schnelrla. observed that the where 1 feel that /ere'B be a lot ef elAvs who'll "want is." in a \ '
1M7 where he Is eta6 Mb Mamie 8ymontt on May Laura Kay Whltlcar ft was a first colony of 20,000 marauding Dr, Schnelrla -characterized ants imart' and that chance te help, they'll need maUreues.Vpthlng. a stove bed*:*-*
Bard righteruldron 22, Mrs. fine party, but Deanle ants ever .seen her, the whole scheme of ant behavior are quite tsjfe I
with the Hancock Mrs. Barr, Mrs U in bed learn everything H to remake 'home fdk. 11 people. Royce r ,
Mr* Frailer arrived Greene...and Mr, ,,Madiera on with chicken-pox now as she're- For five months they followedtwo as a very "complicatedsocial they could to go through have anything Aith which you'ean help l\.o, It win be for A ;
snip afterwards. They, an May %D. and Mr*. Hayes, Mrs. membera It. group of ants a* they traveled : order" that probably has a maze. In search of food, that mighty good UM. Phone S135. Ordway Sod Shem er brinc.lt '
their home at L the East Veils, Mrs. Morrison.. Mrs. Constance at the rate of about too no leaning toward communism would baffle a university 4
,11I11I paychology there-on S./)Id Dixie Highway. If It need t\eking. FaIl IUut ; i
Housing Area.near Wbeel-} and Mr*. Hudson on Me. and Mrs. Wilson McClure yards a' day through the dense or socialism student ;
I ift Coast Lam / Co. and they'll send their truck foML'It .4
neit June I. spent last week end In Tallahassee jungle, observing ant behavior queen ants; which 'are Very : I
i Some of the ante In the collection
where they visited theIr'I and carefully recording the highly developed, lay all the eggs one could,/I go for a better c use+bids clothing U batui needeB : : '
FROM STUART Dr. and Mrs tilram E. Pope sqn and family, Mr. and Mrs moveihent of Individual ants to Insure reproduction of the are nearly Inch long and ]just JM>utanythlng, else you cab think of to bets ; ./
1TEND PEO MEET arrived today from Miami Jor a Dan.McClure., identified, by ,special' marking colonies studied. The queen and when, they bite, It hurts, /1
visit with her parents, Mr, and system. gather worker and male ants II the actentnts said Accompanying Yours sincerely v"rJ 'I, I I
Hit annual-convention of Mr. W. I. McMUlen. whA are Floods are ftomttlme caused : The head of the museum group) around them by a "peculiar Dr. Schnelrla on the Pan-
Tie TI.O, sisterhood was held guests In the home ot Mrs. Pope' by burning and cutting down i'was Dr. Theodore C. Schnetrla, chemical attraction," Dr. Sch ama expedition were Dr,, Ernest i -- W, (Web) ORDWAY :
Friday and Saturday sister, Mrs, Russell 'J. West on forests which help rainfall sink curator of the museum's depart. nelrla reported, the nature of .
hiindiv.Mimed Hotel. Davis IslL East 4th St, Into the ground rat! et than run I ment of animal behavior Dr.Schnelrla which la at present beyond the Enzmann!: research associate In I '
; lit. Tampa, with approximate- .. :: off t Into livers and jrtreams. : la a comparative psy scope of. the Inyestlla IO zoology at Massachusetts Insti LT'S ,
Mrs. Franklin D. Jones of Port M - -
attending Del.-
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lei from Stuart were Mr. Sewall returned Saturday from
uoler Smith president of the ,St. Petersburg where she attended '
,luui chapter, and Mr' Evans ths convention of the II'
,ray? Mrs Earl: EJcou also at- Florida Federation of Women"/

ndtd tutor u at a the visitor.\ convention The ',ueat was Club -e \ TIME FOR A CHANGE IN THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE ,

Allen Q. Leach
national supreme organizer, left Friday to ,
n.Gertrude Tomhade of Mln- Oakvllle, Ont., Can., after spending : \
nota. In het address she out- the winter with his brother .
nri "expanded for and family Mr and Mr*. W. R. '
rtlflf Junior College l r.ge"a;: f fb. Leach of Sewalls Point. \ ROY C. !LIFF

the principal- philanthropy I j -- e -
organlzaUoa This college ]j Mr. Nellie Pezzonl I II enjoying
: entirely supported by her duties as hostess this week
10. and a substantial expanOB 'to an unexpected! guest. A three- J.1.
It planned for the'ensuing wfek-old: police pup of apparently i'i J.
ir, the said.ROUSE. noble lineage has Invited I
himself and Is accepting:: her hospitality I
rtH HONORS She said the hopes thefamily '
IU, "'EST! PARENTS I (unknown) of her guest i :
t'bIlaat 4th St. home ot Mr" will not Insist upon his early return BAKER : ; \\1.
nd Mrs. Russell J. West, was ',. t
right with spring flowen ''yestnla -e ,__
; afternoon when they held The monthly dinner meetingof ; : II
>p house" In: honor of' herlarcnu ,the Presbyterian Church at\ j
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Mc- the Woman' Club Apr. 22 was j '
dues of Atlanta, who are. 'vismi well attended. The Rev. W. O. I
them. The tea table was Aldridge spoke and showed pictures
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'fIrm] aqua and white. Guests which: he took In Egypt. J ,
dud to the honored His subject was "Monuments ofEgypt.
eple rem:. and Mrs. Ed : .." 1r I Ii
IDtamI. Mr. and Mrs. 0, C. -- e WILL MAKE'IT A "CHANGE FOR THE/BETTER" I
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Announcement II 1 made of' a : !
bas, Mr. and Mrs. Zack 14011 change In the meeting date of ,
Senator and Mrs Cvant: the Women' Organization of the i I II
soy, Dr. and Mrs. H. H. HlpconMr.andMrl.ErwiaF.John Presbyterian Church. from May I rea.
:: -. I 4 to May 11 because of It being
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AVAILABLE ,TO 'YOU '- WHEREVER YOU LIVE IN I : tit. ',

, 'April] 29 If TIN COUNTY :-'-' WHOEVER Y/ U ARE.VOTEfof ; ""I'' ''r4 : j ; : .

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T b and America i enjoy today are r '' lei ,._ .. I of South Florftk 23 Years. Roy C Baker I I. A Trained = : '
there'ult / FAITH, HARD WOR and COOP ERA. 'r :H: Law EnforcemeV Officer With 3 Y.araMilitar Police = .. 1' I I I I .

11094. -011 r part* of our fath.r. "n ere was no room I ., a.r. ."" = Service, 5 YearsSpn the Delray. Police Department, -=' .: Ja1 Il J
h their av*( for hate, petty jealou and bickering e .. h ; : '. = and the Past 2i V are Has .Been Chief of Police of i -.. 1 '
sahonr. waelves. They were uni 41 in the fight 4. | Stuart He Has A* Excellent Record for Law Enforcement = \ : I a'a'fo.
It bud, great nation to conquer th \wilderness and I = and Enforc ant of Safety Regulations In i t. [
pet ion, ene..lealroJft abroad : = the Community He isNa member of Harold John S I. 1/' ;I

'. believe that the future of our ski te and nation = Post of the American L\: |i ioq and belong to the | ; ,,1 l ,i 'I 1

u"J* only assured by the same qu.lilVs w FAITH, and ELECT s= Masonic Order ,. i I'
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ales"Wi I pledge myself to carry out the Aihre prin- ,l u '''i''' '''''' i .

Unn F.FAITH and objective that Our.fathers I shall had keep)1,1 I the WILL SAME\fcRJC VISION AS I : .Ifr\\r t i

$on1 05'fellow*.', a.and I am will able always'seek for better to governmentVor cOOPERA with\ Our I HERIFF 0 fM'ART COUNTRY 'UU'1: \\1 1r :I

citizens and> Public officials to build afe .
Ud. holesom country for ourselves and our child- '
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U t. friendly and efficient aervice durin the ''uncer- YOUR VOTE AND, 'SUPPORT GREATLY APPRECIATED w j ')
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The word: 'lumber it thoughtto ::1 Scientists disagree over the ANNUAL WINTER TOURNAMENT

b> derivation if.' a British I, purpose of the knees that appear CONTEST CLOSES APRIL 30
s I tang expression! lombard at the base of the cypress
t which meanth wealth It was I and other tree that grow In Standing as of ,April 28
originally taken! from the name water Some lay the knees: are 'AILhSH '
I : of Lombard Street a London I to enable the trees to breathe,," A<|..UlM MM_.. .....t. Vms aces, ....M from ftilW II. CM' Prod 80"'"'..., I '
thoroughfare on which many while others claim they art only 1.10.' 'III..". I.Ma.,..* HoKnfcHU, *pHn, Uln M. J.. _Hkl tMr4, 1.Htl dad, Cwk 1 VOTERS
I' Important banks wire located I'to give them Arm support Tai 1'_'on, Ifinpk. T tart. 14 ........ I II. TO II The
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l'I $4.50. Per,, Case ALBACORE,,*. v.rkrt.. .helms!'. K ,. nmrhl kVxH' OmM. Oto A A. W1I,""'.,, OF .f- :
hlittv: Pabst; Budweiser and Mil/r High Life wrUku. SI .MunlMown '. .' I ,', I

Ad' I DELICIOUS, TASTY SANDWICHES IUIIAC\JDA'J. Uli'ki. Uvmiff. t t. It,.,'Mnurtrt" .ftm r4 Vlalt :/lmi-, JSp. Curt. It
Is gpsnpslm i Dtyp in and enjoy your favorite kepi"" and Sandwich Wklllrar, fluH >1',' .:.nd.AChKr. .. :'"

wlthifattlit Plenty of Parking 5*ee, Plwld C.BONITO:",.w Teh, P.rl.e? 'alM.hr.Mns.eat' Hu-fcfT. Villw. : ;, OnK II"A r}>Wndw li T N.1": "'...... ahar/. cwt ,I i ; : MARTIN COUNTY 1

i''w OUTPOST LUNGH BAR BLUEFm NI>L C TUNA., 1. ........ MIJ :......., wa.'hplhht Pkr111e f....... <'01..,. ..... ';}1 I '
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or disease-carryiM household insect* with I II Ii .,, .ri.ht ap jfMiiHli:: ,
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I I DRUM 5,,. L If.:. M'l>ll'''.., ftlx!* tlOrt, mn...,. tnwrkt Cram InnNl. I Iwldn' *MoAl. I 1 q
Quick kiVer of Roach*, Ants, Flies, Mosquitoes, I 'I ?'4 i
I 1 SandflieA Moths, Spid/rs and many other insects, 1 M,llooItord sf iBrn.la.:. N. d. bit>M >l.;;r< tlulf /trmn. Cap. CmrtJACK ;, ''t..
Safe, EU, tire, Staml*., pleasing Fruit Pdor rend., )I
Pint Mn.CREVALLC S.akw : ntt, M11.duyVqXla\ ? .....hl fawn. tN. MIx FMrhah. Cab'TnMr
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<< 57cQuat 97c Gallon $2,97 ",,'.h'' '.101 .ItMMMl.Kific .. ,Pre I

A llTTLE GOES A. LONG WAY j JEWS' MACK'EREL SHM.nln., Mattobi: N. I.. sSNeht'.. lit'hi15..... eslrt. I' p.wds ', r' i

Sold by Stu\t Fee Store, Stuart, Jensen Hardware wsNi.r Su., Rspe wr I-h, Cut U MMML, It Ludt: MMbtsselI' etmed" .the G.., jt.._... Capt'Cael 9
Store, Jensen each/and Ocean Breeze Camp, Jensen LANE SNAPPFSJahn 4MANCROVE '
I. 5eC. DoII"o, h" eatuies phnlled same Bnp. 05$. Sill Fl.tgiu" .. .
Beach ..l.h, 2', J "'..., I y ,
Satisfaction iranteed or money refunded, R YAp.aAa SNAPPERMARGATE Had.. ssnsk gallfiS/ PI tIot II1IrI., ,....ht t .......... ,,ill rvY

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NOTICEWEDNESDAY F' H. M'Rps. ..k. !.ft.....,.. ...... ........, ,In iB.'...$m..r.. wkkt. .t'A .......... Je 1 1n't'r .
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THROUGH THE SUMMER MONTHS 1'REAM.InM, .... .. .. 1', .... M. (Dick HANCOCK ,
NAb r Ok-rk r ,( I..M IMebl on haul. ttt, olrkl 1 1 1F. ,
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269 Osee i,:=All fl.* t,.?., .I.,. mlnlivd. in II, ikr. Klnorl Ptrr. Hmii. ind hflt'. ."<.fh1. ",lt. I am a member of the Masonic LVdge; ,. a member""" of the .Independent .
-.... i. ...rfl.o( IMe. S,gall" N.i1IM4 Cluh _
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: Fellows, belong to (the Loyal Order of

'Moose, and to'Jhe U.C.T., '- United Commercial Travelers of

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Four year ago I I asked the people oK. Martin: County, to trust

me with theirf office of Sheriff _. and I aVi proud to" state. today

t that I feel..thlir r trust has not been misplac I


Ifre-elecfed to this office, 'the people of Martin County can "
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'. rest assured that the trust 'and confidence plated in me will be t

borne out bar, the future performance' of this ofI icep

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,I I hav worked }hard to make Martin County safe: place for '

\ you and' yfcur children! to live in and enjoy life ,i\i the ,good old

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:I work 'arid ourtesy in the future that you have receivJd in the past



I WILL DEEPLY APPRECIATE' YOUR VOTE AN\ SUPPORT .
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.: t j "P.S..1'' If' I have not t contacted: you personally, do not t ink that I

j I', did notirant to -but my ,dutfeHn!. this office and to the pViblic, are

HUGHD such.. th, /t my time has not all been my, own.-G. M. (Dick). itncock."V .

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and Stetson niversity w'HANCO(( )

I Ii Ii Ir Successful Busine Experience (Assistant Mgr. Green' Dry-

goods Co. /I Present) .

i Prop rty Own* (Owns Two. Homes and Other Real 1 EstVte. II FOR

In Stuar

__ Member of oval Civic and Fraternal Clubs'

I.' 'Veteran' of a.t War ((18".Months in Pacific Area) ;'

,, Resident Stuart. 23 Years ',. Lieriff of Martin Count

Aggr ssive' Interest, for a more Progressive .County"Let's t ,

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MORE ABOV'l'SUMMARY FltL CONS11MPT1ON TOLD UOAlo: ADVUTIS,, .!N! ._ 1, : \ :

MORE ABOUTPOLITICAL lie Inspection \bureau of the NOTlCf or INTtNriON' TO acolorta. i i '

: I Stall Department of Agrlcul Room .la FICTITIOUS.l NAMI. tboi kmened < .. 2 0' \ ', I I'
koratry .
POT GIVEN lure leports 337.810 gal of gas .. ....- the _.,.1... cC n... l'' I .
\ ollneWnd 19.12S gal of kerosene .too U"" to.n < rlorlda. A<-" .f It* "
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s3HI lfIm[[ WANT-ADS \' I (Continued/ from page One) (CfiHtiHtird/ from page One) were durtnk kinaumed March In Martin Count ,F1so4.ia,:,at' V.5,0, n.e..In =".Cn,,l MoIl psad", c 'r 1 j J

: :!seo.d; IJJIa soil,.. tOO. "eli"'It'' ''Co \, ''I '

I roads and maximum old agepensions former 6RO secretary. membei, ; a- I ; II
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\ Florida\ Improvement CommlaIon. In der to encourage reforettatl :: Wblr a. sIll ,ne.o. t:. oC \ ,

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CARS FOR SALE TOR JKLNTimiiftiiimiii ( in Caldwell group WESLEY ment kxernpta newly planted k.... Jer... B, .,P' M.rii on ('"a.ty 'IA '( "
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BELCH of woodlal
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flared when Keith aee' Mr Al-er Fr.pole
FOR 1' I itiiiiuiiiiiiiuiiiyiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiENT8 anew are :: I
MIF4 tIM lie log RENT-3/ano Apia BrIg! In Caldwell : At years ui Florida, tree planting boot' .,,. frappler tit kl Jeae,.: ;
CAPI Aiuld stated that 'there will be a referendum employe group ,_ ,
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WORD A\ for ( Pump A Florida .011100( there are a* I _
El
Ic For and airy el*trie SII usual! {$suits in higher tax '
y
Cars ranges. I
on all controversial B. BLOCK, of Tallahassee, print Mm 'latereeted' lottoon. ,
Immediate
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flNIVM517011iiiiIIIIIIIU week and ftp, (25 FedersHway. \liei dellreniiart $lion. MR :'.nid.;; RArrlrl .. II" I'
flu wars Co, Phon bills. Referring to the fact that er, in EIsenhower group; ROBERT MRS HKATHKH HI 4LeCAl. 'PI.'. f' I 'iFI
ANY MAKE OR"MODE3.No / Z> MayrORKENTfWatertreut I
t Apr. 1* / 1 he and lowell raced for the poet iai. AVEaTISIMENT"i.r AnvIl 0, 11. 42. lt15 !I. I ', .
Information '
C BROWN. ..
. ; ; two yean ale. on that issue be AUVEarisiMEIjIN I
RENiiiiililhIlftuhlE Red -
. RTMEN 3 FOR Tape bungs REF ED /OCPLE require woraker said.: "You know where one of MILLARD F. CALDWELU present OP CITY TAX 'ni.tNiTl'iC THE COUNTY JUDGE'S ( IT H.'

,lUII3I1111I1lHItIIIiuI low, S doiAlt bedroom, dlnln, handyma my opponent stands on seining State Governor;. DOYLE E ,'1(41o.hy. .11;:: Itt! : abs :: AND FOR MARTIN COUN\ i
: SEE: BRIAN HIQOIN3C. eltJtrlo Is sr er II,, ,,, % Ce'U. at FLORIDA, '
room, equipped kltch. and\ < nekeepep. Phone For He was elected on a platform of CARLTON of Tampa, attorney, f,,,, is, .a. .,1.01.l .. alit d... pa-ed. rHOBATE so.. d,I .j

: Ward Motors ed-ln en, modvn Bathroom summer rate, screen$55.! PrenYfmi-J. Apr.t legalizing seining That! he has former State Governor in Caldwell :': "I.'J':' .Mr*llte tTia Illy, HalU r front I __.aH IN CLANIOltp Kilt F.IIT4TII, o. HAalV I I ,I I ,. ,

pupcn. done -.without A referendum. group. A.d., isO Uut, ,, H.... Bulletin Boarda. t'J,
C.I114\ Salerno Inn. .Salerno. RESIN English couple deaircaretakers Information fl L' B. HJKITTltXollelAr nOTICE TO CREDITtttl
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Riviera Beach Before SINCLAIR EATON no
Fla.-PhOl14\ vote I suggest that
you : .
\ Apr.:It I Au CIU DilittCAl issrt OWOd.. All undlo'. ad 'h' into'. or li,1CIoao.fl
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Apr.28, May I, HiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiMMMiMMiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiii: "': jf work In Hob you inquire aa to whether .the ; JOE HENDRICK3, legislator --. -. ... -- d.sod, .: h.' fl.:tic.') ', !
Seu Stuart area. Writ other of my opponents ever owned former Congressman Iri _, DVEKTISEMENTpvmTISEMENT and. nastrod M (SI. yol-W", .1. ,1
il OR Two down-tow ,.. n,00'a wht.'h tkrar onolsol "
I RIpfT Bo U \u $ Newa. Apr. 2 L -- -
seine A for 11 Caldwell John W. i
u' FOR SALE ap/trtsjients. Newly\ furnished a myself, group; 0014 E.taa. a 5Am Ala.' ho.besoteiqtto :
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W E LEGAL of Mania (Cone ,(d..ta Ao
Information
111111 IllililIll lillIiIiiliilllllliiiiliLOST elected, this Issue will be decidedby HICKS no ; : Of' IN &ITION TO MEGISTCR I .. ,_ '
All electric"" equipment. PhonStustf "OTICIt CoonS Haa.. .. St.. 'I .A'4to .

OUR IlIlllIlIIlIIlIlIlIIlIlIIllIIlIllIlIlIlIt SAL..ooocl U-Ib. Ice boo __ : I. ,pr.M ZJ, Max \FOUND I and the not people'jammed of Martin down County theirIhroatl. F KITE. MATTHEWS, no Information, in Elsenhowei: ; JAMES,1 deood lI..tI, .. I.FlCTi1US toO h",',5*,. ,
In IriS elms conditio.. Thom FOR ENT-Cotlal' at- Eden liiAuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinuiiiiimiimmii It will be put to i referendum group; A. WILLIAM MORRISON,, I.. 50055. i..oIcd.' H..rlaa' A... of Ian ..d.110..... ..45.0.04... ,... pi 0' -1 .., rrldMU4 I !
.v see Bob Ralston at Stuart L T-Claild'u 1-fV white sail ." of MiamI. retail pharmacist. It, 1141, will....,...IIh th. look. of IkeI > plot olfloa _. .>f tha .T::tsoni, t! I
ATLANTIC CO T News' lust I bedrooms, I bath, lastVeek fro t I'Inull r urt l In .*)l"or Mania, Couat>, aaa ....... .We 'wore t I., hf the alelreant.
pad, _completely furnlxhetW lionl. Floated Lyons owne of the Imperial I Eisenhower group; J. HARDli: 1''''....,., ants rer lkt ;
APARTNTSTIJARZ fLOW FOR SALE-Jenny Ljrnd single rent til Dec. 1st at sum. wea| bank of, St. iXle, Sew Filling .StaUon and Restaurant, PETERSON ot Lakeland dar I ...so'so..WIt. nO Lb.. not' .tilt aaaw., i.>ad!5055.o.to amanlint. ... *0. 1"-1 ,:i 'j

Folly uippimekeepiflt Bed with foil spring and Inner me> rental or yearly rates. Rieauilawn alls Point, Phone Sfct. Apr. I I here went to town on the srtn-, of Florida Congressional delegation. : 8Alt8PORTllUTACKANrunorr AeaS "......Ii.n'l ',ll I. OCAW. : 1< t I II
|lDwented, HENRI ethlife I wilmnitaffa I. buelnaao' :: 01l.A'tit'd. ;
Caldwell ,
Apart tILl spring mattress, p. o. Plantation (t3 mile I N. LOST-The evening of the tStot ing !Issue, pledging hlmstll to I In group h.. .. mi nrlnrli.H. ,l.caj>f .koelHhNRV ,... inOltor. .. ltote.'.... .., .... .."" '" o.or-n',. "
1 Rat Box 117:1: $1"11. Apr. 2+sea on Indian River Drivel' April, one small linger tic| I eliminate the big net II elected C. TILLMAN of Tampa attor j .. WoOls C., "'r. Fi.. .( ,.hat, tOO I alan..." _... .
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.U" Summer : In Eisenhower group; L. B iateO.d' old Io.I,, a.iti.b a. IOAVIU S. SAMSOn .
All *ear lieu II. FOR SALE-I Apt. alse electric -I fyuwn!; Beach Apr 22,1 2I 4 rubies and 4 diamonds. Re and stating "they are being: tidy of Verc; "V i'.Iisb: ..J ,t.i. dI.otd.: It'dp" I One .nt4 Sn: ,.50; ... .. ,1'Aat.rny

1 OpeC MGET.Telephen Md Refrigerators. HIM$ sell for word Nollfj Paul R, ProVe, dragged more than a mile long VQCELLS, formerly lb.' .h.... ... ... or MW.ni.A .. P.,". 2 ,. "1.._, ,: ) I
T. Apt. : Beach, son of State- Beverage! '"" I. ..... Al"I-1t1. MEN .1
t Furnished
RENT Box 1084 Stuart, Fla.Apr.29Jrtay catching everything from a flahaa ;: :
11511",11I111I111I1111111111I11111I1 _fU I need repairing. Edward P. 0. T Vocelle, I" tart;; PCILLACE.pk i t-to : -
Pemske, Apt. A Majeatli, Oaoms and ",t". Eleetrlcallflipped. I, l big as your thumb v> a man Commissioner James' i 0r3i, II, Mae to no.ICOAl. ,iIiCAEA l'nlwcarA fri: ;
committment J, IRWI ... : TO ALL 5004055.
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11111I1 Ants, m North Colorado Ave. I Yearly rates, reason -- 'atee as big aa an auto"Tie said: AND 'IV ALL ThKE$1'0'TD: :" ? .I
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WALDEN of Sarasota, attorneysecretary ; ADVE ISl.MINT7'u t 1 t
p F able. Immediate possession: "My platform( \ con.'rvation,5 11\1.;;
VICTORY HOTEL _ Apr. 19 I of State Democratic! --' Notion' is ol.s ehOt a lsqoi'.Osc '
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Phone 131-1 or 301 tDR Delegate'T.ote' and outlined advantage to accrue su .c's COURT ,0.11 I.. ..: 5*. VAr s..ieqaw .e ,'ll

IGRAFFtVMgr: fOR SAUHous* and two lots, ------ .--- to the county through protection Committee I la Eisenhower groupWOMEN .\ ... Aa..CUNI_. !.. Ft.OOiDA' Kh.n. III..,.. .....L'. Fl.'..... ., I' "
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Ic I modern alr-eookd!tobaumlike partly 'furnkhed, HDD. See RENTi Floor sanding machine of the fishing Industry (VOTE FOR II) I "" ''iAi.i.Aolt' di'ossumdi :;. :; :n t:1.. ': n\1::; : t(

I I I Curlkt 't. Rasa, sear 'OrdwoJ/ and odger. Eeflnlsl Has. He pledged himself 'If elected. Fir-sIt.rtial l'ttttb 5001's J JIsolloatoONtii !
almoapbere, i MRS. J, :
[. C'I Quandary Fledged to Wright; D'I N., 'I : r tJ
Paint and Body. Shop, Staarf your floor at reasonable rata Ito the 7 ; '
I rooms; Solar III let better jobs for Iris II ALDERMAN, of Jacksonville; NoTice OF INTESIVO TO MAKIAPPLICnIION ; : : ,.

liwUnf MUM St. Lucia River.lnu Sin, _Apr. 29, May t, 13, M1rOR Phone IM Stuart BardwarCo. eel," and concluded with! advocacy MRS LENA BIRD, no Information mine I'INAJ, ....... ..." '.'.: ....Ioob ... ... I '

Reach. Dining i I. ,SALE -* Ice box, 'SO M I IPorcelain I U Half AnswerReprinted of ata health program ; MRS LILLIE H. DOWDA,, "' it DIM.HASCLNOTICK h....., .,i4i thlt f ram .5 htf.o..st eborljjldti I .
enameled slating he would & ; of State "legislator. I (II.,H' mv : .'jl pn..no.to or.o.9O '
Goods, Cecki top kltr/t- I FORitEN't'L ot Palatlca wife .._ .9 I
fecks** storeroom 01. "i''I.ho't. of the or-I ito f. {'ht "
Room Danef en table, S chain like, n/A l&' II 0tata Medical School for ; MRS. QAYLE: UARMiN, ,*fott' ., "' .e, ." 10,. Iosoo-d: ...dUol 0...esoM.1oi._ ,._ ... ,.. ......'...1... ,
tie trine .. Steel .Inel. Msy wash. Federal highway, good :lad : ( front the Ocala Sta Ida. Flor-I Information MRS RUBY .O ''h' .,.i dot ""I 554I .15pnI ..,hnuO, # "... .,",.h ,nflI .hr-ajd. te '
Parlor In clias Tag I i no ; : '
10 Brauly I tlun.. Rice Rice Ho I I it. .
bee Herb I
i I .)ID g machine. Gatelegable Banner Rowell, owner of Rowell McCHESNEV, of Jacksonville, ,,,,It"J: ,JI 7'i.A::: ;int: ,Li4lO.\ ::: "ZitNIfO COAR \1I.'TMJl.N1'' : e :

with two leaves, Mats It/to Uperpi i I let Phone 8151., I If The question is being .asket. Iture Company here, and MARY D. SULLIVAN, no In formation lui, nwravel, ,.f .aid. flat! */net 0,4 Iv' itt' TH l '\J
lf Su..mer'R.I.. (Macit)I : net' ,ti'he' .. odolal. '. .In' 01 'h, \tY :f.I{ \ !
*. | pair Prisclll/ cur. :I FOR RENT OR LEASE Lar here and there, 'How will, we''' bent State Representative. state< I ; MRS. MILDRED TAYLOR "nt' "f H... 5.11,5, ......,. : '
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\\m o .i .10a'.,, I ILe
land. fronting .01 ., ,
Kest Rooms !Meyer. Rio St. tutHe.Apr.. 29 I parcel federal er highway, suitable .for M delegate \to trie Dentoratnational Uon on his record, and told the WELLS, of Tampa. Ireeloncipolitical \ "oJ.lI.n"" I inter h.ll.r.l o( .lv meI'H'd.I' :AlTADVERTIStMENTWT : TfiECaae t tN t

IK Heewkly. convention in the Ma : voters. of Jensen Beach that hi I writerUnlnstructed, I ', CDI'rT.i C'RClllll.eOC' CIRCUIT T.pf IJF r '
'IH JUDICIAL
bit SlHwklTI BQOK/S/ : Rice business Rice location.lU-tel. Phone See Her'151 4 primary' regarded "at one of my most'' ; : MRS. J R AS- ;i:,;I't, ,. ", IIIV, ORIOA IN AND FOR MAI1IIi11 II
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I twms Private. Bath 'if I The question can be ans"ered constructive acta, for the area' BELLfl of Panama City in Caldwell I ,"..'..', ,." Adm.I..o', STY No 1470he ::: i'!I II '

It .SIZe' wkly,. I __ --, only In part Under the revise, the change of the Antl-Mosqult: < i group: HELEN H BARRS,, i ,,._ I':" _' II_.! ,_15, tt 1,5' I, ld.'tCh.' I IIDtANSHIP ,. I '
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bit. SU." wkly. THESE BESTUstLERSOMVSI1 FOR RENT-Beautiful furnished primary law candidate! for delegate .' Board to the County Commlsslon of Jacksonville, county Democratic i LEGAL ADVCKTISLMKKT, II Kir 1.1/Or R I I i-I' I

April U11I111I1111111111111111I111111I11111I1111I II II hou... 1 bedrooms, 1 bathi, can be labeled on the bath ," citing addition ,Of equipment 1 comnjltteeman, in Caldwell \ IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT OF ICE"??! 'LEAVE TO SEU.REAL .

at\he Stuart Ne while supply fireplace and complete so that voter ran see who the; and pledging continued ci(- group! ; MRS. F ELGIN MARTIN COUNTY TATg OF ESTATE : 4 I

itoot l\ / I trkally: equipped i kitchen. : stand for. Here' how.It will ".ork! forta to 'radicate sandflles an< : BAYLESS. of Tallahassee wife FLORIDAIN ;:- A. la kere<" iilroii i this awllf I L1' I II

'1 Ia B&ileJ by KennethMoneJhaa" this time: mosquitoes Ha told of his membership : SRD chief In-Caldwell group; FtliAKK THK: ESTATE: )! u. sIll i. r-d. t. ho bOo. ad .ISV..'.. 4,
iiiiiiiimiiiiuitiiiiiiiinMiiiinini new one-bed room cottage .n lof I, ,s ('...r< of 05,11. ,('....', ,.i.. "
Robe v.'lb riverfront. Will rent by yea, I Candidates for delegate wh on tuch 'Important StatiLegislative I HELEN S. BAYNARD, of St. Petersburg (!ItORGIIi UlDKHfl .l.o kw.*l n 0Or-'V C.., 1010. At It'h .01,5 Ialoo,4lI,00.ta000rt : "1
SALEliiiiiiiuiiMiiniiiitiiiiiuiHiiuniiii .. I.Mltr lEa.. .. ,
FOR by Tho Hn. Cross Roads bee. the nomination committees a* Educa l In Caldwell group; MRS ;Srj! i'i'J ...
or .. are opposed (r> I II (1'c tr: ( Mti'l.r the bias da, Of Mar \.11 |II' t
C.slai Phone 156J. I tf ot President Truman at the tlon A... Public Health and Public WALTER P BEVIS, Of Talla- TO | ail" . sea Beach : I dele All or-dO.'.. of KM it:.'," *,"f O.or* teM tho ....'. ran (Mr heard. ., fur ..-
Welfare I said that he had tough convention
'Tb Story ftf Mm,. Murphy'by ..- convention han basses' former .,, I.soSn,. '
Philadelphia J I of tha koala' '
eachdeemed. I i. s M ulhorlle ol the' C'ratur)
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I. lai--Fnen. J1.2S Ka lie Scoanlsi FOR REXT-4SIW week large, I filed ai a group and will be seg the sales tax efforts tn 1947 "ar<.j gate. In Caldwell group; MRS :.r..t\C bo.'oh.i:0:: a., !.; JTd.: A., ; .:.:. aa IneoiayetOTI...11 I IIta. i I
is W. led St. aalitrToJ I L
the reel
4 Apr.H *Iri Mews* by Marg.ryIharp double rooms, twin Hollywom regaled on the ball$ from th, .'1(1( fight them again In 1949. I ACRES BREIO in Eisenhower! I ,5h, ii h.. 0...se Sin..' ....In. ..td ..... if at. private ellu.l..Nile tylntr end .be4mt .In ...!:- 1

beds, Rex Hotel, Federal IIWf; candidates. He stated that he had ben oni group; MYRTlE 0 BROWN on 1 h.' ,,cli(I. .', t h.. C"t'e loge. adtm.1'1 t Florida wol* Pntlo'ui5(5( :
l Herbert at bridge I U !other, of the prime movers in the Foun State Democratic com- II....'" (',,,,.,, 'b,,.,... ." ; .. :::: :. f "; I\;
ST if/sn by Rest.twn" present ..
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the amended prlmar h,1 ," 'I.rt, t Iota PAn Nus.le.d TadsilI
H altO CRUISER trailer, "AufWouk. r by Herman Because dation Program for the school' nVUeeman In Eisenhower group. 'HI.I., _t f'wO ..... ..rh i.U'r.' : ( ,'minent ltlet (I,,', f I I'It..n
sboesn, finish Inside slain OR RENT Cool rooms anpaBoueuta law provide that they mut and was pledged to continue efforts MRS EVANS CRARY: of smart f,", .,ahi'sl.,,,", .", LIt,. 'lane. It.....' 1 :: 'r".attt. 40 ietb, "
tome person that \.hey d..m. ,M 01< ..... ....' '"' I. ... is a. ,. Vrrnura.t ofdw'of .1It. l.
i Meet sink bottle gas alovt Thoi lorty* by Edward .n tivw. Reason nam to make the plan workable, wife of State Senator- in Cald- m..' "... ,... ...... ., .. r. h' .,.ht of soe Or abo dvoi, V: '"h l
ed 4. !lanaIoremleul able. RJverv4f Apts, Apr 11 I favor for the Presidential nom; ... ., ,h. ..., ..'
Iftn. Sleeps would Work for Martin and Jut well HALLIE M DOWVINO ,' '''h.' .101"" -- {
Clan ley. nation, these delegate candl;.. group; eaerseesnny'I,'so'.ae"c no. s0vl r.-:::: :; iJ.: >> ... ... .flt,,+t.JJ"; :; I"
I toilet newly palutakassoable. The TiMles* Land" by Elea. ujiiuuuiuMMmiuiuuumuiuMiimSERVICE hay pledged Uiemselve Iter highways and other road of Fort Myers/attended in- or .1.1., uIto4.I '., 4 bsosopII. April, A.U 11;''iuc I : \ '
R. R. Ballon, Ocean dales sio'e.i.ma' ,
In the county including Improvement ter-American conference in Bogota '
me Park, le_... Fl IL nor Dark \ Li OrffREQIIIIIIIUWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII to support Oov. Fielding Wrist of the Jensen-Stuart road in both Caldwell and Eisenhower !: .t lr' ; A. tzI'RtiF.Kli' (',,,nnUot C,,' 1,10 A. I
-TbunIfhut of China" bj UUltlUlllllllli bee % I ItCh (,,o,_'_ BullilliwWrat ,, ::: ;
ha
APT,*' andJ ot Mississippi who ; had sponsored Increased old age groups: MRS. B, M HAR- At A...,.....""' .. of ,.ks .It .o 'C 5.!,. HrarkHNS I j I IIiJIIIION' l.
White sby, \ROUGH DRt LAUNDRY IRKS prominently Identifier with the C.',,., Iod 01.. SrnoO 5' ;'O. ,. or-S > <)H I IIA i I
f pensions and would "do haitI RISS,' no Information; MARGARET .
Apr. 21 ICE. Your clothes thorough! mil-Truman movement- in thSouth. t.d. it 4.'o..e.t'51CiNi'I.Oi'tlP Cor-i OOtl.Ilf 1 I
JUTHI blooming African \to see that they go into effect' MASON In Elsenhower Aol) IloAxsclOIS Weet Falm antS, Kl ia. I I

IKWS, bloom months outthrjfir. FOR SAL --4 \ Packard. ( cylinder with and raln-soft carefully water'waxbed, and tleas sterIlised. ..' these .candIdates It should, be will noted be listed that Roy Baker Stuart police chic' group; EDNA: PEARCE. Of For!! .L.....II... .r.'.....AlICISAn. AduInkt.stoC. ,,.i t :r7. TV H. (st'nratm nd ami. Ink., II... /11.

& << AIM shrimp plants, tub touVie; radio, heat Ooverno now on leave of absence to make Basalnger, rancher. publisher Cat, ApoIl I,. Moe 0, 11. U A. JI U.I -- ''I I I
work ironed of
Olin and terberas. Mrs. er. Per Act eorAjltion. Mr. Sieg, bath .towels.All soft flat and beautifully Wright a* tupporter merely to* comply'willthe the sheriff race cited his\ police Palm Beach Dally News in RIo I LLLADVUTllye a.LcAl.: ADV TISbiEI'tT-' TO REGISTER ,i4i IiOBWOFINTENTON I :

** Lyons, J1J Stmlnole MAA enhower group; MRS. JOHN --.-- -- ; II
St..if Rio AP'-M I ly fluffed wearing I apparel re law u they are pledged to and M, f. experience u background JUDCE'I C 111' NAND FICTITIOUS NAME ,
Elsenhower COUNTY
: wife of attorney, In THE
PUOH Mollor .la hereby .rrea hot thr ladeniiniod
--- Turf. IRS FLiERS turneddry., ready for bomIroning. support any other candidate acteptable for his candidacy. WILLA JAEBTEBRMAN. FOil hI"RTIN COUNT: 'TA scribe. tic pmvl.ltia. nf Chiptor Ifl,
Rate II cents per to the South. Sheriff 0 M, Hancock Incumbent group; Of FLORiDA IWM. Lo.,,a ..f.'d'A.' !:' ". of .III Iwill !
PVT FOR Inside outdo 5>n $1 %CH t In Elsenhower IN HK'f.AKU: TOO STATBMnrtlu I .., : '
SALE- cited his. long local Jaw, -"> .., with ISO k M trie urea.Ooyrt .!/

porch. and deck 11.1* a at the Sluart Newe chile .supply l pound f action weighed"guaranteed.when dry.Two Sat da;) Florida will have 20 vote will* blast lithe I enforcement record and said: group; LUCILLE: C. TALLEY of JAMES It 1seDoIe.t0La-J 'I I receipt I In and, lor of pri Martin..if of Lwnly p.Oso.oeSuer .' KlarMkpoa :" ." t

|jllts In cane lots of 4 gallonsi lasts, jtf \ convention. They "Martin County is ohe of th< Tavarea. vice-chairman: State ,II 1 ihA.oMlr-in. fi.. ",,".. naou. ,lo-"ltl i'' J
servlre.PEOPLE'S.
Ia",. Colors and white as {allows; 80 by delegate Democratic executive committee, NOTICE TO caEOI 0 s AND S\NII IHAILIR' VlilAllK.
"Lydtf Bailey" % Kenneth Cleanest \little counties on thi vu" .".j 'n'S "C .re .... ..'1,1,1 1- I. baaa.o.OeOt."i ,
-U ser allan In one gallon Robert* LAl'NDRYApr. from the State-at-larg! and tby East Coast Let'* ken it thai run Insurance firm. in both ."d ,..",i..1 ... .,...... ., .Ioi... .D.. d.a0tAov'Ijooj":"...,P"' ,..'. ul h".I..... t.. ;
... Hobe Sound Lumber Ce. I .* a man and woman from eacl and Caldwell groups. -"I, ,doom".I. ,_I.h ,..... .tlbee ., u..... ...... lIarU. "."" ... I "I I
"Tbef Moneymsn'\hy Thos. district!. way I Eisenhower ,e... a 0> h...in.a.I 0,01. of l "" ,..,,,...,,,,, '" ,,''d .., '! .
U CoslallThf. I FAKRENS T1i'StIRGEON; *, ot the dx Congressional A C. Courson. incumbent tai: 1., ,, H R..dt' ,, ved. I .. r I. : ";E:; .1
6TH DISTRICT "a :t ; : ; :; ::: '
!There are to be 18 delegate C .id CoIy, 1 II i c..i J.dr' Ho . : I
Story of AlrsaMurphy"by I .INC. Trees topped trimmed 01 the StateatJargteight i assessor cited 'courtesy and <'i,,nt>. : .,.11.: 'o ....... -...., ...1....'.... In IOU' I \
I lALE-Fresh, tree-ripened Natalie Sc.lt. removed. Power equipmentNo elected from I thoughtfulness\ in' office," and llenVote! ( for 1)) .Ike reurlhuiiie' a Rlaarl. Iflnrlda. wlthla .1., ... J.
a"l1) 1rkMhel e' men sad slSht .women JOHN W, rlllrt ..10....' noiitae' fr.A Ike oate adto. FHANK ....ltKM. !
tntin
grapefruit! ; f .. .
"urtUil!* Mrwa"Shad. by gIargtrS charge for estimate H v For Uses. asked re-election on his recordHugh Pledged to Wright: 11nt ..blk Abe complete line your dangerous trees taker.. each with ball a vote. O. Stuart challenger cited O'BANNON, of West; Palm Beach ,0' ,I."nd mo" e 10 v.'ittai P*. '

lily, bent and nowelties.iFrnil r Mhlm by John lllersey.arountuu" 'care of before storm season. 14: positions ilth.there are 18 candl, local: home-building activity and VnlnMructed: J. E. HOLLEN- ....,lsnotmt.th.eione. tol'"o.W,'... ", ".i.I.'...Iioo.odI .... ... AOOI51.IOO1O'I: i' II

Id'r It Novelty Shop by llerber% Rest E. p. Nlckerson representative. date and the exception pf educational background In Stuart '. BECK, ot West Palm Beach, o..th., .--I,.brt .tolo.sbI. 1 t i.' ,

I Federal' llwy. 2nd St. JRalntree County b Rosa Box 3306, West Palm Beach the "Wright/ group" roost of then" school and Stetson UnlversIU '" realtor favors In statement .....t'rhi l. .tto,..'.. .ho ..... .. I ln5RHt CIRCUIT divot, IN AMD I \ '

tfK LtfkrUges, Jr. Flap Telephone 8308. tl art running "uninstructed: In' Ms \bid for of Lbs.Arthur Elaenhowtr: or Senator Harry -F,. ,t1: ; ;tJi;;; tr' loss. IN Fe(,CHANCERYPAT MARTIN .COUNTY.; FLORIDA.: ', I J
the balk .
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Aurora Dawn by Heljnan TJiey wIll appear on Clont county Judgi Byrd tD.-Vs/ ) W A. WALL of ) Insrlsfld.JaIl' MM1/: >>,..UHin I I ; I '

.SALE-Vtac&n hoiue fraIle'jjfIIfed SPENCER SUPPORTS for wo- in alphabetical order) 'The "un sine being appointed to the office West Palm Beach plumber, Congressional A. Nt't.'. 1.1) ,55 ko :. oil aw';'NJ.it'.. a. l'I.lnHtI, : f \

electric re'lefitor > / Forty1 by EdJp rd 1II1a.ten'! belts LydIa Downey Instructed" group of candidate, in 1193 on the death oLA candidate in 1944 no Hmlo.o.d.o- h CAMU.IE: H: VI Mf.OUI) '
bottle gas, vacuum "Thames Orange Are. For for delegate' will appear ahead committment CVRTIS BYRD, IN5TI.OoiN; ,n.oJ, I It 0se I. ;........ : ''I I
1111 told of duties of the, ; ..
Smith. ', \
7. T tebtso 1 "
tanley. NOTICE TO A"PEAt
>III. awning, fiu,h toilet, ,Pierce. ,Phone ..1-M for anpolnlmtnt. of the group pledged to Wrlghan office, and stated that he bad of Fort Lauderdale, no com mltt- ADores,. fo, tooat.. TO Ok. A.I1i! H M.of"AHJIIn 0. J.' ':;, I.
Utk effer ever $7M takes scoot U th* ballot.It ; since ment CHARLES H. WARWICK,, I'nb. A.II 15 U 5. I. 5, lOse. 110'U Puma irtare; 'II PAT IRIHN' -' it i.a
I, a-l FOR SAir 1 motor handled 2,631 cases appointed ; '
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condition L. T. Ba' Also Bicycle with motor. T.JkPhlnney. \ alI\ I adds up to this' Candl not counting probate JR., of West Palm Beach attor- -UW. ADVEI. Is tecyItO knob revtilred, to file .. ...- '. I
lOt t Auto Camp. BULLDOZING, Land-clearing --- -- .,... .
Apr.Ul date' for delegate. pledged to matter In Eisenhower groiip: FEN- em050ea .oh'.5. nttttnI t.no.r-d.
Some 500 probate neT '
and filling,, rhone case THI tlacUI'r CO< T a MAaTIN bit aa di bet,,.n Lh. r 7,0 Mt .1 Soy ,
ditching oppose the'Truman civil right he said WICK P. COLE, of west Palm 0 F IIIDo\ laV ,
UtE were handled last year, CQlJNTY."T"n IM l dleocri* 'arooi Ito' I ,
71 Oseevla DOCK DECKING for Sale ZiSi 35'.SV. if program, will appear in a groui and declared that he has had nc Beach, newspaperman no com CHANCEl ._..,mil ylL hi hori:....: I'al.> (.. -
-, iurnlkhed, I coo I I' ft.il t the ., thui (.il' j
rooms, a- 1 the : 1 Mr4load in .at you I. I
Pecky Cypress. unlnatructe
No. < Jtllm7 l
S-ll-12 separate from with thiexception mittment itSlilA.IN '
rio Estimate U reaaad UPHOLSTERY WORK and Mat reversals on appeal t'OIYbT ka do eo Uk. Mlit will he taken ae a n> \
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.. This.U the best Wood known delegate\ *me few of whom art of one technical matter Women (Vote far 1)) tHAU': ill'. Fti', .WAI.L'' Ueaed h* X nrnUh floor |9gJ!(, 4je- board walka and I 111.5. Renovating ef all kinds and believed ,, MRS. sl'F.Cl'Al.! !lOA V Al I aelittubiMTialt'T :/ in". It to ,ird>rr4 Ibor. 1 1f.
for exterior for Truman, tome to Wright : $
Pledged : ;. aarh wnklerrullve :
1It\i\doii from do Ant class werk, .lclip of jurisdiction. ", 005, lall.bed once ..
57204.
price dock, decks. Hebe Sound Lumber Iwo to be friend pf Senator laud Harris Lowery, Jr.. In hIs bid RUTH 8. WEDGWORTH no Information '.11I1.1 or last ,ti ,.. ......> In Tlu I ISI 'j
i pretetted. A ,%I 1551.IIIIIIIIMIHillimimnilMlllllllllillllllll. | and deliver., Phone, Pot'tierco to have I I "' '',,nO N.. '\,uarl, ,FloridaDONR
Co. Phone 771-J er write Route 1z Pepper who la expected for ths office, told of education Tilt sTATS: lOt PI IDA, aad Al URI'>>:KrD .t M.rtth.da I Ielned i 1
a. a. deliberation at MISS CHRISTINE ...._, I ... of alma, l'
- tALE-ye, w have d1ewe'eu AP" i5 o.asay ) S89. Fort FIerce Maitres a voice la the .. In Stuart school, graduation Unlnsttudted! : h ,,,'aa'ofl.losoe CIr<." C".n hao !. I April '1 1 j jJ
bat Philadelphia. from law school at Stetson University EDENFIELD, of Fort Lauderdale o CAUSE POMtRCIT. '
arrived, All Line,, U ;* TO aH K t t
tIn5Oq' Cjnpaay. IBUfFET of Florida, after which h< former secretary AmerIcan TO visa "T'n: 0'' FLDOI1'A' 1ND ..Cinb of CIt, ..,.nt, titosasas -. .
Firenton. St NOTICESMiHhiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiir ''''-AS.rtAlJNDRt SERVo : Red iroen.ln OES, no committmen Inc "IV"aAL IIHIITY OW II. () .I C. ., 0. \ I'I "
SUPPER elected judgeleaving ,, ,
Apr 2,211Lut4.01 WE, .- was twice city ):R>I. T4XI'Avt:1I "'lTlZFPJO AND T. 10 tIn.. 11.0. I
KA Your clothes theroughl' ] HELD BY UCT In his second term to ; JANE F. ALLEY. wife OTHY.RH H"VI OR CLAIIIING aVAN' 'R4a\ .. t I 4.IOa.rnv "

1544 rysledlbiaaaJ.r THANKS to the nubile for theii andVarewully washed cleanwlthtalnsofl join the Army and returning ot West Palm Beach attorney. ANY'.$.:, .J'r:1' Sic ila Ara'tc'rlIlIat lrtvuasSTIN : 1I..rt, .....ban"...l' ,.u", ,,

cooein4bl 11,011 response to our Formal Openinf. water and star A buffet supper followed by i I. here to resume law practice. In\ Elsenhower\ group. lit, i'AIJAN BY, THIS IIOAIIOor .. .Cab.. A..rt1 n. 1 L II nd III.W *. IH. .
toissloNmoi: oruaaiiN
be, Original owes $2,001. Jensen's pure soft watel llised\Returned damp read7, brief business session, preside* Otto J. Matousek challenger COUNT"evilS, i IN Nt.HALF IJ' LEGAL, EnTISEMENT : ,

7 Ioic Super Co vertiblo, brings amaalnr results In youi' ,for httne drying and Ironing, over by Senior Counsellor Part for the, post of member of the RAID pOllT ... I. RP.ClAL: ROAD I ,

NI mile,, ear pu as.d InOriglna wash; especIally for "the washing Rat tteents per pound east'and Martin 'and game eomprisec Board of Public Instruction District Jensen Road and Bridge) Aol) 550500. OF I TeloT 5,1005! Or iiitaiO.0010t'eiNTY. NOTlC OF FICTITI INTf riONTObcoIDtEit IS NAME I

ner $2,. ,r woolen blanketa.' A trial lay. weighed when dry the monthly meeting of the Stuart District ,? told of hi* actlvUM District and Anti-Motqulto) Con- AlTOS hug Tit'IIi.ARLY igs- Mat lea la .kerok. ne, th.1 th. o4o... I
l'R'HI' ), Olt .H AFP'CCTD IN .line* ..dar Ito I .t.t0O. 01 a."
Pb 1031, I be Sound.Apr. will maso you. A eempleUWMblnf Satls'Ktton ,....n..d.. On chapter of United Commercial In connection with the School trot. ANY WAY T" IIYrn. ...&!, ].... of r llkiila' A"'. of ,N..I. ,

.22,2 for only lie Ferg.- '.., ervl-e. .Traveler at the Stuart Band Association and gave Oils At Kobe Sound the two-corn s.... of ",1 abmtebtteePbat.An. will ......... with th t lark of .... frreiilt
lAUNDRY\ 'background red County Commission seat .,... of tII. .0. Joe-InS CheniOr ,ole5 in and fnr M .a Cr-.',. Viand.. ,,
47 wino Self Senrlee Laundry. PEOE'S Hotel Tuesday nIght Two gueeti contracting: experience w ..t4 stoco an ,"O ..oorad, or-no..', ipoa fooolpt. ot prad:: pubHratloa of, .
FOR SA -. Outside Apr. IS, 21, I'. MayO< .nil |4 member* attended. for the office bid. D. I*. race brought forth appearances 55..... tosmiso., ottkool sod otholh.tao tkla notlee, tko flat" AIM neata. lwl'lRPOKTSMKNR 0 .
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hltI.and DONT WAT until If* toe late of by' both Incumbent Arthur E. or nIado, oa ricks. lisle soIn' 1; ( sac PARK ,
White, 51,11 tdlay fer automoklli 'W. C, Armor, a IX McQusdi WUllami, incumbent owner a.. p..a... In in ."...... 10, tho .infer wklrk, I will el.a* HI .biwlauvkaelnn '
flilel 104 allan lol CoO. AIR-MINDED See us Cross .r. delegate)' Stuart Drug Corporation, told of lima land H. R- "BmSteUent. I. ....... be ,tp. ,.nd. .f C....' c.n- my prlnelnal I I be at ku.laeat bt' '' I .'
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104 porch lad desk TSP men. among-' this. year'. Insurance fiat yea need undej nd Ronald huT. appointment last At Jensen Beach the contable' .....1..... of II ,. Vnsirfsea.AIo. lalarao. Merlin Caen,% Via : tk, UK '
( enaso- responslbll- from the chapter who will attend original Weippearance .....11 of ,P0,5 II "_lot lsd .aoI party Intereale In aall ..I..... It Ct ),
roan 53.3 0 825 per gal.110k high school graduates. want careen the new fmanclal' grand December to the office and his .; race boiled down to e r r-id C000tp.lO : II...... af 11.1_ B> old. and tkat I
'nd Lumber Ce, I In aviation. 1&, a special'Ist's lip Lawj heed_ Dehon A I th Georgia-Florida desire for businesslike\ admin when Charles ChrUopher = ..=::: ioe..d i or to ho thera aro aa at_ pan. batWaei'd Is. 'it j '
Phone SI. ounctt convention In Tamp a ." ...... S.seo.s OOr-e.. srn bnbrnen.d Hid haalneaa.Pok. 'F '
pay. Pebo Bid otChris
ipeclallsta Stuart ,
with gen owner 4'
Apv.UI1 Sold "istration. I .or 'leo,. '". COsol Co nJlDL: : I
YOU can enter this exciting and % tjDONT May PS.'rho At Jensen Beach a four-corn- topher Electric Company told oThi (laoS sS :'. inasr. ga tOo Coos .. Apr. II. 10. M.o's i lI'h, 1140. ,
1(5( Po I fIeld through .MM soapIer, now' In )Ita second In law enforcement Noun ,1 a' t. P1.005" ns tOO lath '
ALL.js Heap 140 unlimited VitU late.. and holdi ered County Commissioner race IS experience dorarMor. ieali.hne'l'nhh. .. LEGAL ADVttTljfeMENTIOWS. I1 ,
too member
5* oerso, I homes 'United Ctalea Air Fore.'. Aviation WAIT |W. pear, has 13 brought from Tom work with Pittsburgh\ ... ....w o nOr .... pnsnora. of lAmpiiioa I
See us tofUAfor antomoklliIrwarsne dinner meeting erne a month appearance III In ... ...... e'noumdbo.hokI NOTICI o CISI5O
ki at cendlUon, ftls Career Plan. thatVou need oMen it different plaoa at "(:30 pmrhe Hellier. O. W. Bhlpes. Incumbent, lice Department, MP duty at .. a. eo-ned. .... .IM "..... :, ;If.Lb. : o* '
hootq, cash shed, High school graduate -. Randolph B. Spinney and Ransom Banana River Air Station and thtnto. d .0 neC ,... on..daoeotIbolol k.sao' .is "- 0.oashotb.as.... I Ilin.d
select thiipeelatlaed the new flnanAil I retponslkll next meeting will be June 1. .Inoassue. lanoad aadAdoied \ ,' Sb. Oosotso' I
F. Adamol1bo tween 17 and M, can Tboolfir lilieS officer of the chapter tn R. TIlton, Halller. longtime b"lnaken a basic course In .n ,'rs-ri. sold .hood, ..... C":* of Pt,..... Ae, 3'irt.: e
Deken *
,Flo, Pieno 3211. ii .. training coanes the Ur law. resident, spoke briefly; law enforcement work. 0.5.4 Jd'', I I. 1015. inase t.... or0an will _i..* with thi Clerk ol Car-t$ I

want evalify for the school be.tori Sen. Dehon! Bld\, Phone SI Kenneth: ,. Stlmmen junior Shipet recounted his activity In Alfred, L. Bennett, candidate ,.to 05,0,05 of 1110.050 IvdmIo : .In and for MaHlp.W Caanly\FlnildK pukii\lm.o. :': ? )| I
counsellor! ; Armor, past aenloiounsellor .. .aOl,000uo I 0001. 504'srso upon roeetpt of proof
1-cabin. tourist they enlist, and thus, be office; Spinney said he dldn"Uke from Salerno did not appear at "- ,.' .IIluiAm.r-IaS1in. Ihla notlr. th. fMlllouo. n>me.wit; ,
'l oa : C f 0' i secretary.reaaurerl ... ._ ..... .. 'ALEIINO Si ATiOei.doC
0fc Highway Ne 1 sure of the assignment they pre \ the Idea of Jensen getting Jen en Beach but did. In Hobe \ In" A. '
TRUSSES elastic\ stockings. ; Oorge HlrOnlmus ,spA,, Iold hondo a. .oialss. .. amlb. .. sasso I wlU sensom. A. .
'b.
e'h St V.,. BaseS fer. Gain. a head atari In anklets Ue. Stuart harry conductor; "a new draw span for an old Bound and Marvin Crowe, Hob p.o1 a rio.. b.r-Os. ..010 oy Kreoelnal pier. .f knialalatereetod 1
Hutto
land 1 'tomorrow knee pad*. page; candidate absent because nOON NO oalICsLD ., I..a,1tIo ,- 0 ""i DOW I. n..nag
t1'hIae4 for Cabin. career, of *'J.tUn. Drug Corn. I U Otto RobIn sentinel; the Rev. bridge; I'd rather have them Bound Wit ". lit* .day of April. Itl., 'In.; W' ::.. p.", iRbn ... 1't: I I'o'lsmo
lIght h.u.ek.ep, the faq, details NOW.' tvtth give us a new bridge and leave of Illness. Sun ipok atJensen 0. A. HAMMER I. Go L 00041. 04 lOOm. ... Ieo.W. .
Cecil :
'4 part'y rented. Jf sold nearest V. 8. Army and V. I. All 00 YOU have trouble. pont T; J. Cresry. chaplain and old and TIlton stress Beach In- Crowe' behalf Ud.. of/ih' < Clrmlo Coors .. tko. itoh .... shot ,..... see so 01w umiono
hen Mt !laying Tbea UMHeaa lohn*.Ralph Chandler AI Mathr the draw ..... .In aaJ4 kMlnoaiCaiirt .
icl judlr/l I of Florida 101 Bad for
$J.,0 Office, Cemean tor' him
lull price. Foroe Rechtltlnf ed Important function of the and C. A. St. Onge spoke ; C 1:. RIUlIfL I II.b.Aos
F. dStore. of Fort Mar/i "
Seryic, Otatlpn, WInter BMr.VYM. Palm. Beach" 51" Pe .raa-..JDI... Stuart *U Pierce> and executive Roy Jacob.committee.. county board for St. Lucle Inlet last sIght In Kobe Sound lab ...11"\:' \., Mar I, tH*. 01.10. live io.4 10,1140. Mso

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PAGE IJJUT TBR BTVART mws: ,8Tl1A1tT.MARTIN C011Nn.ri bRIDA. TRVRWAY. APRIL t9' le4 e
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,AlDRIDGE TALKS ; IN CALENDAR OF EVENTS IN COUNTY Youth Committee Miss Stanley was elected secretary '}n
ON a minister next Sunday evening $1,026.678 WAGES MARTIN at Its er.
)ST1I ANNIVERSARY I when he will speak on his career. PAID HERE IN 1947 THl'RS.. APR ?9: Woman' club '" 1 p. m.. Of the and committee It wUl' meet wood
The sacrament ol the Lord/I Dutch Treat Bridge dub. Civic Center'1". m.; Girl Scouts. Wu Named for: CountyMartin Brat meeting office, at tilt 'face,
t The Rev. Wilfred 0 Aldrtelge.Pastor i Supper will be observed at the Wages totaling $1.02U7. or 1per S!I mass Club, 4 m. again at Rollins1 ; I ]
a' p.m.R pa
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tJ: ; ol the MetbodUt Church I morning service-and the pastors cent of the State total wen court house Monday
9 : '
XVoman' CMib, touch '
/Junior forth
71" m. .ltct.ro-tnalneUeI
"Rf..APR.30: Jimior-Senjor banmietj" ;; luggestloru
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+ '. 1* celebrating his 45th and to Children* welcomes any
year as subject will be "Christ ollrJ paid an average monthly employment A County
Kiwmiis, Woman a Clubs 12:1$ county's youth Inf
Of 499 persons tn Sf!I Prom Civic Center 8 p. m.i; : p. m.; welfare of the
work In
j cooperation
Committee to .
+ J\\ reporting business units In Martin Benefit dinner, Pulm City Church, 0 p. m.; Fellowship dinner, which may be forwarded to. Dr. able J
ChlldrenzCommission
Florida ,
SALES e. Us For County 'during 1947 It-wai I Methodist Church 6:45: p. m I with the Carrlel a' Boa 131. ,Stuart or I
i revealed this week; In the 12 tr' S\T. MAY II: Indian River Drfv Asatutiun'e. y,Walton Community'1 In eon\batting Juvenll Miss Stanley at the court bouse. prod ,
FACE J'r; 'r die. 1I O:": A!I Repair and I annual report or the Florida Industrial -I Hall, 8 p. m.; Community work et Salerno'Civic Center ,ite. delinquency first by' discovery !
of the facts and then by cooperative -
Tr Commission by Chairman -; SUN. MAY 1: Baseball, Stuart Sail/iiheni l vi West Pulm Beach, East : social remedies has
arts Carl B. Smith! The 4UQ!
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GILD I 5th St. Field 3 p. m. beer) appointed by Governor ENTRAL MARKS
average Is .14 cent of 1MI
AT VIe ; SERVICEARNOLD I I State totaj., per. MON. MAY 3, P.E.O., Mrs. Joseph fillip, EUarado Heights, 8 p. m.; Caldwell with! Dr. Charles A. ;
BAUER Contributions due In this county Rebekali Lodge, Woodman Hall 8 p. m.; ]uyc e-Ettcv Civic Center Carrie! as chairman. Other memo
A during the past yearaggre, 8 p. m.; Young, Woman's Association Baptist[ Church, 7:30: bers Include Judge Arthur R. MEAT
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r/ pan ,'I S t. Lucie Bou"* vard PhoijL 142-W gated-$17.048 and benefit pay p.'''.; Senior R. A.s, Baptist Church. : 7:30: p. m.; Garden O\ Rollins Clonts, Commissioner Superintendent Arthur R. H.E.
menu totaled $11.655, the report
x Tour 9 a. m. and
''RODUCE
Palm Sims, H. B. Kraft OounNurae GROCERIES
continued. Th unemployment TUES 4 a !School, *:45 W.S.C.S. !
With MAX; < : Jensen P-TA. Jensen : p. m. 'Flora Mae Stanley Mrs C U j
compensation lurid balance I Circle 1, M..... Franklin S (1.0.UF., 'WondinanJlall.&p.Vi. : :I .
fact1!* showed a gain during the year D. J Jones p. m.j; Mooney of Salerno.: Mrs. W C.j COUR ous.SJRVICE: v' / j
dblyi.e NATIONAL BAR* WEEK of more than 6000000. Caveny of Indlantown, Thomas II' v CONVENIENTLY L A'
-- WED. MAY Si: Notary Club, Chj llIlln '*. 12.15 p. m.; Salcnio Civic R. Outland of Port Mayaca.
WHITEHJUSEEVAPORATED Smokers) Help prevent forest Association, Sulcnio School I. 8 p. rn.i; Golf OIK! Country; Club picnic. Mrs.Gladys Perry of Salerno and I 2nd and Vkroa J B
fires. Never,drop a lighted clgarette *.' A. Hendry, Jr., of Jensen
club house fl:30<< : p. m.,; Baseball, Stuart. High School vi. Eau I
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or other flaming substance Beach <
Cullie, 3:30.THUR. : ,
from your car. And,while MAY 6 O.E.S. Circle Mr. R, 2 Dutch -
( (t i In the woods break your matches ; J. tummy p. m.; I ''i
In two before'throwing them Treat Bridge Club Civic Center 1:36: p. rn-i; Kiwanis !adk..' night.: .
MIK I I away, grind out your smokes on Founder Day supper, Woman' Club, t p. m.; Presbyterian. Choir
./ bare earth Guild Mrs. Fred II..1I 6 Guild Methodist
whinyou are thru supper : p. m.; Wesley For Your Su day Dinned :
Tall with them and observe "no pariah house 0 ; !. Wuman'i Club 4 p. m.; County
,3 39CJane smoking- rules when In excess Council J Home Dnsonstrstarn Clubs, Salerno Clinch,.,JQ s, m. SATURDAY APRIL 30 MAY |
CanaM ively dry brush, grass and forest FRIDAY AND l;
f areas. S of Quality dfoods.
General 3. E. B. Stuart Chapterof We Carry Nationally-Adwertiwl Brands
I cw aro uK ru+hc, sac tq ch-Nut Strained Talents." Those attending will Webb SpeaksAt the United Daughter theConledaracy'hewty'organlzed FRESH, CRISP VEGETABLES, DAILY

Parker L\er Sovb, 2 jars 19c I be asked to accept dollar bills. in GROCERY I MARKET
The dollar will be "used to the ConfederateDay Stuart and Mrs. A. O. Plttman '
Orange Coconut --- + best of 'Western Rolled I
t your ability for three chairman .tn of Pure Food GREEN
was charge arrangement -
Coffee Cake Ger re' Chipped weeks and the result brought to

29c I Pea lies/Z jar ......19cHeini I the service being!pn) used May towards 23rd, the completing proceeds ServiceDissension A group!* 'from >the' MartinCount BEANS 2 N o217c; IlB ROASK 69c

the npw Educational High School Band led Factory Packer /t ors Star le
Jane Parker Stij 'd Veg, Building;" Rev Aldrtdge said. on States rights I the audience In singing'Dr: C. '

;Breakfast Cinnamon Rolls ;''Soup,, tars .._.19c. which was a principal factor In I A. Carrel 1 gave the invocation SUGAR 51.' 49c S USAG Ib. SScil
bringing on the Civil War I II I I and Mrl Paul M.Hoenshel chap '
23c Crystal hit. again rampant today as the nation ter regent, related i brief, history Flavors Rib r Br STEW

Ann Karo, .,22c face another Presidential ol the South" Memorial DaY. JELL03-U..2SC 3 BEEF F 39c!
Page
election year School Supervisor After Webb' talk the band played ;
I Grape Jam Hein p ked THE MAST COMPLETE Harry: C. Wbb brought out as "My Old Kentucky Homes Hill Hills'Bros. m Wiec sin slay
1 lb. jar 21c 8-01. pUg. RETAIL AND//HOLESAIE guest speaker at the Confederate and "Dixie" and the grave of !
Memorial Day service at Fern the six Confederate Army veterans 67cl
2 Ib. .39c Oatm i 15c COFFEEPz,55c: ; CH
jar & Hill Cemetery Monday afteri.oon. I at the'cemetery: wen dec- Ib._ _.
orated by, Cordon .Parka, Mn.
M THE AIM EACHES More than 50 persons attended.. Augusta Johns, Mrs. Flora Corb-
DO YOU OWN A CART to hear Webb discourse on cause,'ett, Mr. M. J. Morrison, Mrs. ANTHONY'S ECONOMY MARKET;:
This Store I Is Headquarter fdV Top 411 EECHOBE OAD of the War between the State 1 Paul Hoenshel and. Mr*. Carrie
ility 300 A
SO. AKRON AVE. STUART FLA.
HONE 2383 The service was sponsored by the Hoenshel.
Thrifty 100x i Pure PenntylvaJK
YOUR FRIENDLY SEMI-SELF SERVICE OROCERY AND MARKET1PHONE
PENN MOTOR OIL -- 143 FOR FREE /E VERY '

QUART 23c 2Qd.Can .$ .83 /Anno* .r ,

S.A.E. 20, 30. BO, 50 nctng
Guaranteed 3,000 Mile Perfect Lubricatio

LOOK I SAVE AS MUCH At$1.37 ON 2 CA1 ;I.. 'FOR\OUR CONVENIENCE e'P".O.. e.wr -'

A>',COMPLETED 1 s D0 Ee yl ae ,I 9KaS 1 7

Sultana. Med. Size i A .P Prune IRY LINE D ,

*PEAS._ No.2 can I ms No. 2V... ::6a I BAR *. II4LUES,
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GRADE A PASTEURIZED MILK
Rich, Snappy ;:, Pate 7 ,/J ,
CHEESE SPREAD SPARKLE HOMOGENIZED VITAMIN D MILK I
15C:11
Calumet Club Dessert BUTTERMILK All Flavor 1'Lynnhsve

Lb. . pkgs. .. .. .25c *
I, _Any_ .Flavor_. COFFEE CREAM JtLLO 1!
All Site: and .,- i The DONS tell yeu'wh.n .
---- I Buy-two Sale .
Habisco Anniversary WHIPPING CREAM Jar b sealed! .
Sunnybrook: Alaska Red ]I' 1lb. pkf the see MIt I DOM (II."..* s
t No. 1 can Cookies I .56c l- SOUI CREAM *- ,Mill) IM .It tkt Mind: tom
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Salmon .63c. F *, lied to seat C fill ..rAMM LUX 2 69C' MUS RO : 1!
...*----- r Did Fashioned---- COTTAGE CHEESE |.r. lad ,.... t* lasS ,., ). ._.
H DOMI
5de.aI.W|
Ann Page Garden I Mb. pkg. .ales. 1M KNOW reed.. -- -
Relish 19c linger Snaps ...29c BUTTER AND EGGS ..r.MI.. ean. yes yew.... tea 2 for RicbeliJu\ i in Heavy Syrup

Of FROM OUR TRUCKOR DOM I I" S.H kse ton. MM ala eON. ad LIFEBUOY'' 19'' KA( TA FIGS, N: ftZ ,. 3;

CHOICE GA EN FRESH YOURFAVORITE erhr.l, cow ....
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California Sunkitt Yellow BAR T'S IAU tlOIHHJ. d Ip CO., 67'Z A LE BUTTER : 1!

Lemons, 6 for 16( Squash, 2 Ibs. ..33c I MUMOilNOIANAMEET ..
j P. \ BOX 1042, STUART i C stock Pia s,

1'I Beans Large Pole, 1 Ib.Fresh J.!J I' Crisp Lettuce 2 !for .25c I I--- . Ts I LUX. SOAp'19cSWAN 2 for [ICED APPLES \ mtirdcn

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Pineapple, 2 for 211 Prunes, 2 Ibs. .25c Cold, Unsweetened.

New White Delicious :I I A SHO ING NEVER (f 2 ,J 1 19C' RAPE FRUIT'JUICE '''C 2!
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Chuck | Fresh GROUND CELERY 9 ROMZE 4' can
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pick) Patch Sweet ill I Uncle Ben'sJ"jRice,21b.pkg. -- -_ Wsac sa Daisy,

j Pickles 16-o. 'i ..:..45c51cl Pork CHE E'Je.' 55c r-- e NI&S

f ------..!,. .. I Morton's--Noodle- SAUSAGE lb. 43c .. r 1 J o f & 1

; Peanut Patch Peanut I 1. It. jar Freshlik. oestrmg
16-o jar Chicken Dinner Valley Prune Eery June
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flutter c. --- PEAS E 2 223c sa
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"ACE MATW THtTtSDAT, APRIL It, .W<*
rr.f ;TUT: STTAKT NEWS, STUART, COTOTT, r ORLIA. .

Ie 1 i(onvllto." 1N. C.. for the *umirrf. on Indian Rivet Oriv
I 'jfflhtl111111111H1u11n11111HllluiiiiuiUutiuuUIIIUUhUIUINn 1111I1111/111/ 111111111i' biggest political fight In the 7n Jensen Beach' After routine business lIIfreah.-/i sal
r Janle Brown' and Mr* C H Alderman
Trends Mrs. let
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II Realty ments were served and for
I 1I i' t State history\ :; who have been visiting home In Geneva
I':" TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY contend that'' time enjoyed. A Joint installation ,J Julia hilt: Dim Ai"i"
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Many people Turner and
; sisters Mies Georgia Mn I I
I ..... By RUSSELL KAY'" !whoever s In the second primary Show' SellerDominance BRIDGE PARTY of the Legion and Auxiliary :| their __ :" __1Iue.
: I will be held Monday thy Leg I
IllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllAlthough/ I I I iiiiiimmiHiiiimiiiiiiiiuiiiiuiiiiiiiiniii/ I Warren will defeat .
,'.him but I'm not too sure about Ion Hall. This will be precededby I
, r FACE this column\ U writ- place I know that the various that, Warren U strong; he will off HONORS TWOOHIO a dinner at' Seymour': (MMY INVITES YOU
1- '1 ton" only eight days before thmlon polls all discount Watson and do!I I'poll moat of his strength In the member are Jnn.1
All Auxiliary
I still
feel! unqualified
GLID ATV '/\, l U' make any prediction BJ to the nut: Include him as t contender i: first won"primary get all the but rest his.opponent Warren i Orlando. April '29..-:Inside Information ed to attend TO, ENJOY(

ai uutoome No campaign\ my but I disagree I figure Tom will i|can be counted on to pick up': as to what realtors VISITORS Mr. and Mrs Bon! Barber and I A
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1" trinntory has predated as difficult make a mighty gold snowing'' think of market TASTY
'1' Ad i iI his share Cooper will get a good a trending away daughter Diana,, of Daytona
\ \ a. picture a week before IIl\11.lt would not surprise me inl I from, dominance by the. seller
and will Macfadden,
vot and
spanPatrtt' I' flcclion the (east to see him In the run- \my guess so Is that Cooper voters I was released from headquartersof By CHARLOTTE HEIUER Beach are the guests of Mr and DELICIOJTS
i, t atoll look Fuller Warren; Mrs Chuck Alderman I
on will i Florida Association of Realtors
to Warren
oftBut swing while most '
waiu ',; so top man. and, will Indeed be 'If he .is. It will ,be by a i of Macfadden votes will go to I here yesterday A cross- At their beautiful ranch: home Mrs, Lena Jonas ls spending /, SAND CH
f dUI ,,:." :surprint If lie tall to be top mighty small margin his opponent, I expect Macfad- ,, section summary of answers to a I on Indian River Drive MIll two weeks In Wabasso with her ;
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sibiy 'f"",' IIIi\U.t but as for second place. it would Just as soon put dell to run ahead of Coupe:. series of question sent in\ by I 1 Georgia Turner and Mr*. Laura: niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. I e M
is any body's guess In my' book on English, Shands .or McCarty[ I boards representing( 1.500 realtors 20 ("t i Robert L. Caputhers, and '
In the for Commissioner Howard entertained April
i w1 race Railroad -
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IT be C'caiue
could English Shands, I consider was prepared by Mrs. Violet YOURAVORITt5RINK
'k Tarty or Watson! and I don't.I close Green" and Mack are W Dunham, executive secretar: Bridge honoring their sisters,I l1y.Mr.. and Mrs I C!: D." !* tam-I
'. rressorlly: mean that they rate And when the smoke clears running: so close and kicking upl.I Ito of the association, Mrs Jennie Brown and Mrs,: and son* Jerry and Jack, I
so much dust that It Is difficult ,
ii that order All four of) these : away,, U! H is Warren and A summary of the summary Julia Oallt, who are visiting here toM to Miami' April 21
: ,..uidldstes have been running lone of (he four candidates opposing \ d'termtn: bow they stand i( |follows: from Geneva Ohio. The door I Mr. McElfresh entered! the Veterans THE VvUY YOU LIKE IT PFfPARED
and I give thorn ant him ,In the second Mack has made a splendid convnusslonet Listing Hospflal! at Coral Gables pfcvCE BRING YOUR
I go- generally are plentiful A GOOD TO FRIENDS
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: w"chanee and has a fine record, >I : prize was,won by Mra. C H Aid.-
j to finish in second round you' can 1 leuk for the too high priced, not In very for treatment.
I his fellow members :on: the commission -. good, locations: representingquantity I'.1 1 j Alderman, the traveling prlte Mr, and Mrs Henry Ounn and OR A GOOD TlPr.mtum

1 .' whole. tars supporting- leglonqof him j but not quality." 1 by Mrs. A E. Emerson:, high More Mrs. t_ C. Gamble of Mounds Beers Fine LiqUIIIt
neartedly as
3f area ] Demand .Is mostly for Income I' prize by/ Mrs Minnie Klpp Mrs. I1U are the guests of Mr and ,
friends well wishers, but DANCIN
: i. lots and two and,three Charles Mrs. Lewis Gamble
I property 'I Adolph Hertel Mr Gay
Lea Ore-n Is great campaigner j |bedroom homes, but and Mrs Wilson Sunday SundayTOMMY'S
and tan count on a lot of votesIn buyers seem( and Miss Elizabeth Robertson Mr. George Open AIfip ay Mery
I \\NOTK' ton and it'W "shopping: for the biggest' and low score prizes by Mri Betty and son Spencer and daughter
race anything .
I : Is. any here In dollar* Alderman Mrs. R. S. Robert Fran, left Sunday: for Greenwich
some anybody of the other guess races. as Few buyer have J.o have'a son, Mrs C. K. Alderman and Corin, to make their home. BARON
I'place quickly, and tourist and Mrs. fwii Gamble Others play- The Island Inn will be managed
e Readers will note that I haveattempted i retired peOple are "qulU unhurried Ing were! Mrs T. R.,Helllw, Mri by M,. and Mrs.. Ransom TUton IfiOBE NDpe.ONLY
1 to call I few shots inUjis 1 but when sales are. mad Lane Jennings, M-.. Seymour Mrs. B. J. Ivanek, who has U Mies Soul /of Stuart
CITY ORDINANCE PROHIBITS ANY election, and for good r'a- ,possession can be obtained. earl>*,Gideon and Mrs. K. J. Ward. beep the guest of her parents Aml Is Parksftg Space
i i son Simply because I don't know. I i ly." i Or., and Mrs. P C. Taylor of Mr. and Mrs, W C. Johnson and 1"
VENDER OF BEER, WINE OR/PIR. the answers any more than anybody i/ Price range In demand was i I Caytona Beach are the guest; Mr. and Mrs Allen Kendall returned N1\W\ HOURS :
/ else does. The election will I :let.at. $5000 to $10,000, Increased I of Mr and Mrs. C. H. Alderman. to her home In Grand >
fUCUS LIQUORS FROM SE LING be decided by a lot of {folks'who I :In South Florida up to $25000, Mr and Mrs R. M Gray and 'Rapids Mich Friday wad D.r. IMwwr.II Tk.M,) A M, n Id r,.".
s.wwr a A. ktrfuliM orn
yNge..d *+J.I.f f
Y / signed no poll cards attended no with one East Coast city report- : Mi. and Mrs. R W Lang and I Mr and Mrs. Paul Nodlne left
LIQUORS OR ALCOHOL! BEVE rallies and have made up their'' "not '
Ing for the record, de- daughter, Dandra, left Mondayfor Sunday SchenatlU, N. T" to
IMAGES ON TUESDAY, MAY 4, own minds In the quiet of their I mand for houses at $5.000 to $T.- I their home In Indianapolis spend the summer, -- -- --
homes 1//coo "with gold knobs and swimming The Grays have' spent\ the season Mr and Mrs Alec Nelson, who '
D4TE OF PRIMARY ELECT N, BETWEEN How these folks think and feels 1 1 pool" at Pine Lodge and the Langs at have 'spent_the season at Sep f Florida has aiGREAT f future
will tell the story and all the Cash was said to b} no prob- Ocean Breeze rnours, left, Sunday for their wit
THE HOURS 7 a. m, JO 7 p. mWEN pre-election predictions as tart lem in higher brackets, but Otherwise The regular meeting of the home In New Jersey
/EN as I am concerned!, are Just a1; 76 per cent of prospects i Legion Auxiliary was held Monday Dick; Newman and Adplph De-
THE POLLS ARE ( FOR lot of hogwash I may earn, bet'/ \%ere vlUiout cash, 'or $1.500 to> evening in the Lglon hill roche left lust' week tor Hender ENG SH
COLIN
SAID ELli.CTIOr- wrong about Warren but he Is''' i$12,000,, cash soraped the bottomof as Govern
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the only man In the race who the barrel! Gl financing was
teems to be first In everybody's I 4 described. a severe headuch,' '
book I figure where there Is ,and ability of veteran/ to make 5 New and Used FurnitureREAL
The CITY of STUART that much smoke there must besom 1 monthly payment :running at BARGAINS
? fire 535 i (to $2G .t month
LET Hi R&FAIN VOUa OLD FURNJTUaB/ r
Trend was said to be from aid Jb
No one knows who made the' I style to one.floor new homes B. MLNSCHKE
\L. B. EUBIT first wood product. In America /and about 50-90 as between city c..\LION", HOTEL CLOG OLD i\Xlt\ 7
Useful: wooden objects have been' rid, suburban demand. s ,
found In an excellent, state of.i.

City Managj preservation' however iantrt the;'I GUOTOGIVE I ;';,ai t hi, .
mounds of ancient Pence ConstructionPhone ri
and ruins of the cliff elw-lI r.1

1 1h cities: : MYSTERY I PLAY'Busman's' 193 i t, 'I'

I D-7 fcpHdozer with Blade or Ike if1k ; :

I"" SPECIAL SALE I --Honeymoon;;; by I, Iso Vz-Yard Dragline t ,

I Dorothy Sayers will be the Fine See Us For
Arts Guild third /
d-amatjfc production
1 I I of the: season, it was Clearing Grading Di king,
announced at the Guild April Etc.
Diking 'i
OF meeting at the Civic Center lost ,1fa

I Thursday night. It was selected ,5 .,
latter I perusal of 13 plays by the,
MACHINESJ I play committee. Director C E.j t4tt"I
ADDING Lane, David M Marshall and 9+

Mrs.In this Dorothy selection TUck., it was brought WEF \ Phc/ne 265"VOLLRATH Colin English the, rare Quality J
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j t (Now Available) out. the audience will be given 119T L. vial true lead hip and 28 yearssli'
1''an equal chance at the clues J OI IUCC sfu''.x eri.n'. I' "blie offairs
l I[ with the master detective M A
I Peter Wlmsey. It..Is Lord'j I of wiSt"
: a Colin Is
BURROW'Df ........ .. tSDUl English man action
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: H.nda..ntr < I. thriller" and following Its choice ,
e- _.., awN.Ylr nndrtN._ .. $59coIu 50 It was felt by !the committee that I, FOR ,; ', gr t ,copocity for ge ng worthwhile thing", )
\ awdln 04 aM In to.INS...10.II ........u.. I a backlog of worthwhile enter-1 I [ TROUBLCS l I Qu { Dependable r: do e. promptly a efficiently, for tilt
taming selections" has been I I II' WE ': pe r. of Florida

built for future presentations. VJVLV. ERVICE, .
IDDAITsffLIO \ "' *. *' wutl.. I' Scripts have ben ordered and E110 r'",' As Goy.rnor of loridat Colin Engl'utwi
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liillxKl/lJiirlti \ ?"....3"=..r ..- _'''.*..*. 'lik.nrdlf.w.. $64 50 I tryouts President are H.scheduled R Steffens as soon sad as) Plumber" continue to select d 'appolnt the bef
E...rii...iir .rind MI. T..... u Je
""I,.... they arrive. Notice will be published lit ed men and women each particular
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and also posted on theJayceeEttlll' wt. AKt EQUIPPED TO HANDLE ANY SIZE JOB tO e done In servlKg the and its people"
bulletin board InI ESTIMATES' jijBMITTED tt.
I the Post Office" Arcade. It was '

REMINGTON: J "i.:: ... Itli:: ss $172a.ICTOR I announced. The cast includes t* B ..

: : ? an three effort women will and be seven made men to and Include )- Vollrath PMbing Service With' Con/ English as fovernor.

as many Oulld members '
who have not been In a play be-1 LARRY ] LLRATH /; il j Flo da will continue to hovj,the finest pubic

\ N..I ole eat.IM .45 dial fore as possible- --.-it-was said 311 Akrom Ave, M Stuart ffa.I f 'i;j chrol| I Froal1In the corfptry, provide

ww.. ..,." .'.. .u.atlo 11''., .. An a lt;!i.. .I equbl I opportunity for .very%hild to bow I
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V I be.... Tk ... ..... ...... ... s29150Dtrtd 4 Are Named J. education
I ........- T_ II _04.CLARY :"tHIaUtIIIIIIIII/IU/IIIIIUIIIIMIIII/ all IUMIUIIIII/WllllllllIIIIMtulllltyflk/ gocfl p ,

I II For Coaching FlorU q'f'i DoturgL resource! wit IN develop
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kr-Ll ..., >HriK !I Clip This Out!] _m TODAY. 1 I, oncfis reserved; ,

I bt. lull .. wr.l viiil.. $/7)90() I II Junior Ball t: ,
I net ckl..wltraw.. LM r. drt.,tat.1..q dory. .Mm.r.. 3 Circulation ., Fit do ,will have sup.r-I} hwoys oral'
lm teed and expanded farm-t market rood
Charles H. Kindred, Joseph H. = The Stuart News, I _

McCoy Forrest Ferguson and 'Stuart, Fla.i I'I'I i '' ntolschcolt
I Harris R Lowery, Jr, were Ft ta will have medical' and <
I I named a* coaches for the 1948 to rye Hi citizen;
t USEROYAL TYPEWRITERS Junior baseball l II
program] In Martin =
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want 10 r Stuart N Vs by mail saving
I County sponsored by the Ft Ja will have has oIl! soda
\1 # American Legion at the Stuart | $2.20 for one je\j*, $5,40 for twoYe n% Enclosed | I adequate newt
post meeting at East 5th St = it my check for( puBic health program to serve ;<,
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Hen N..r Ur.n.lne IIMa.e headquarters Friday night ,' all he
people
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It t.. II 4,1 wrl.w T, 11a.waa $6350 Plans for Saturday nights 1 0 1' Year SubicrJfto'n ,. $3 I

i __ danrt the were 1947 discussed national and conventionIn moviesof 1 O 2 Year* SuJIscifptiPiiS _, IS.I ,* a4 Fl, dQ will hove All the other fine ard useMt

I New York City were shown C e 'a Pry' i th pi for which Colin English cranes and

Only one Navy veteran applied a t ;', se orth In his comprehensive 33-pomtllflttw1",
1 /.e sSS. wrclM...rMYNd eN for hay World War II Victory '

I L. P. 01111 In aa.. ...sa'a IM Nk. r $83 50t Ing and Defense when a Medals Naval at chief the meet mate *' Fl' ida will have ALL these things witbe.t 1
f .w 1 t' th
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t was present, and the post had ifen of a Q.al)lofet /oxjh /
f r no delegates to the annual State I i !i
L, convention In Panama City last A I

r t ....,. ...... week end. It was reported.
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Colin
a ." The next meeting will be May NOTtl' :n.'a. ... English 04 Gov.rnbk I
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j UNDEMOOD All ...,lot. V.I'Y'lr..i$79so 14 for Installation of new of- four yea,. ot good, progsewve i ii i Nil;
i .r near .... ,ficers. nUIIIIHHIIHimUUIIIIlffllHIMIUIIIUilllllllllllllllllimiriui/ economtcol. un" t
M k ,k: lint tr" ..,. a Ir. .,.. IREMINGTON 1111 .u. | \v.ernmnt ,1 th 1
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Haw MACHINES M. liUkk>" <<.... loa" .. with'" Colin English,' ai Gave/Mr '
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fBA ITCABT KnVS,,STOUT, UABIBt( COttOT, JXOJOA,,TnCKttHV, APRIL 29,INt fACE ELOTQI- ,

News item for thl.* paper must reach -UN Bewipapea, ; J I I
IIr l and the WEEK IN ffle* before Dton tn Wednesday .

N'OCIAL".NE'v'iS( I Happenings of STUARTVA u _Horn MRS._Telephone MARY_M-W HARTMAN_ _, Society Office_:=_JH t Iili r i: I I IU .


III rrcd Hall and Mr. Herb- next Thursday at the Hull home Mrs Nellie Pezionl and Mrs, The :Ev Roy Sam pi'y and The Rev T. I. Geary, Mrs. The Jensen Beach P-TA will ::1 t .' '
{U f J gan will be (!(o-ho teMe. on Ofceola Ave.. A covered dish I Rosalie Santemma spent Satur-. ,Chicago Writer Reports, family have left after two week Otto Kubin and Miss Dee Kennedy hold Its regular monthly meet I '
; Pcybyterlaa Choir Guild upper will be served at 4. day In West Palm Beach here during which .hep-visited. left Tuesday to attend the log Tuesday at 2:45: p m. at the ,, :1

--_- ---,.- On 'Gay' SPA Cruise Here Mr. and Mrs Ellsworth Schnur- two-day national convention of Jensen School Miss Flora Stan.'I' I
I busch while supervising the Catholic Women 'at the George ley Martin County Nurse, will \it j
Washington Hotel in West Palm be the speaker. .
home built,
being on Palm
VOTE FOR (Reprinted from the Chicago ,to City wHl return tomor-
Berkey came Chicago\ Beach They g" I
Tribune) day (April 3)) to,spend. reater-I Road lot his parent, the Rev row, !At a //unchn.sJUrday; at the I I
By JUDITH CA86.Abont'halt and Mrs. R. H. Sampley, who -e- Beach Casino Club in Palm ,3 j ,: ,'
w CHRISTINE EDENFIE/D the membership of The Richard & will establish their residence Mr arid Mr. Thomas W. Tin Beach; ,,Mr. W. R l each was hod,d:, I )I''
l' the Sportsman Pilot Association recently purchased Mrs George here when It Is completed. Of Atlanta were Sunday guests stalled a* let vice-regent of the "I.'I\ ('I : ,
.ha been having a lay woe At Ranney Astor St. apartment of Mr and Mrs. W. R Leach Seminole Chapter, D.AR j;' .f I' ,
FOR at the Sunrise! Inn near Stuart also have been enjoying/ a long\, t:1" j
Flv with Zack Moaeley, creatorof holiday at the Sunrise" Snide-- : rye
DELEGATE NAT ONA I the cartoon strip, 'Smllln man started!! back to Chicago last I 'r !.
Jack," In charts!' of the "cruise," week! and Mrs Snideman and fJ 't !
DEMOCRATIC CONVENTON aa the association' convention la their two sons tarry and Mike .
i will make the trip north by-sno- .
known The cruise which ended .
6TH I : I II
CONGRESSIONAL
DIST CT yesterday (April 4k I Ia one of four tor'
INSTRUCTED the association holds each year GARDEN CLUB MF.Er-: j Why You Should Vote for and Support
DEFINITELY: COMMITTED! TO ADMINUT ATI' [ HANGS AND and the airfield 2 or S miles from REPORT IS GIVEN
k OPPOSED TO INTBaFEaCNCtj the Inn wa crowded with an
. The convention of the Florida ,-I I j
a assortment one and two motor
With Sovereign State Rif t.' planes, mating from two to IX) Federation of Garden Clubs heldat : I

p'r' :Your Vote and Support App*elatedJUhericaTOutsUndinc persona. Jacksonville last week wa a MATOl/SEK/
brilliant pne with 730 registered,
Win-
Chester of
Warrington
c.w r. .ant Mv llpw.dt, rietka, who founded the a socla. the Stuart del-gate. Mm W, R.. OTTO J. / : \
Leach and
lion 17' yean ago. flew down In hurst, Mrs, Harry Swine Ie. : ,
his'',single motor' plane Also reported The report from \\j,
the Stuart chapter received an
present from the Chicago area !
aecXyvEva' were Thorne Donnelly, who had ovation because of the alngulu" "
bodiPo ntinT Ilclpat( 1 his yacht, the Mako, anchored the achievement Entertainment of the chapter for' \ Candidate For Member J ,,,
near Stuart, and Theodore Har- year Included
Been\ and his wife Denis E. Sul a tour of a large orchid"farm" \ '
\ Divan, 'Jr., another association. where In one'room were
; member'was not able to. make more than 100 blooms meaning ,
the cruise Other Chicago area ,there were thousands of plants.Mr. Boar of f' Public I Instruction

'. t a members Include miner Freytag ,1V''
r'. Robert Belt ef Highland Park, and Mrs L. A. Preswl are \ i/ .
Victor C Rasmusaen of Park leaving today for their Detroit (More commonly referred to the School Board) :1
1 as
Ridge, William q Napier of Lake home after their winter In Stuart : I >>
J Forest and Burt -Dickens, Jr. They will tour the Western II I '
t :
o4Ear of Olencoe The members all States this summer before 'I'

Jr Terms iLI .L.r own f or p and I eaaure pilot. their own planes turning here. for another._ re-j ThisljA District Of e :' It \ I 'I I :

r Most of the 217 association 1"1
members took along their wives I But Is Voftd On Cou ide : ,
and children for the weeks holiday VOTE FORM 1' ,
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and passed the time fishing I I
,In the St. Cncle River (and In the For the past number of yean. tto J. Mi peek' ha worked with the ::; (

ocean or playing golf and tennis, Student of Martin County Sch wttrrt accepting ,one penny for :. "I 1 '
The Inn's stunning pool surrounded rs.
on two sides by cabanas, his services / :: .If J II
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was another popular gathering "
I spot Saturday night found the WterCandidate His personal: interest in the School C Udren, ia known to most of : f"
It
you .. ,
t'q aviators off for a gay night in '... I
JoiN Palm Beach' I more so to you who have Childre"m a ooL '" :: I'
Stuart Is about 40 miles northof .. ; I i J I
Palm Beach and the Inn, alt '
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uated Just south of Stuart li. R.Clar. Ife owns his own home in Stuajrf... He hi two children A daughter : 1, .' f
rearmed by a road leading a mileor i* a student at Stuart High Softool. A tort'is a graduate of St. Lucie -- '" ,
2 east from the main coastal II'" 'r, ) 1 I
highway The Inn's setting is a High School. Stetson Unlvenfty, and School of Buaineia. :::.' :
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e pleasant green oasis In a terrain His son, served in the a a staff officer. ;;: i
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I Ratj* raciiaboard H3' ;
NJ [ jvergrown with stunted palms f' : ,
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1 'ra. l Vilit New, ImprendCalrod and brush Tin main building j
,' and most of the cottages over He has been active in the. Business and al. field for at least : (
v1 *tnit0) en t Auto .
look
the St Lucie River.
Other Stuart News 30 years, most of this Ubne: controlling his own bugilne**, uch a* man. ) I
matic
? Ovent..Kmpl Storage
Many Chicago Democratic purchasing /Ippliea and material., amp 'ng various type ; 6agemeal J
,tb Spaca.:.Hamly Thnft CallerV lulldlng homes along I the qfe
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t w: '
jack road from the Sunrise Inn National I of help, including, n0y professional people: iI., "I J
"I See ic!(Compare hi Her es' to Stuart, especially in an area 'w :
j : 'f
Ni .--. ,Americas leading electric: known as Snug Harbor. The'Karl CommitteeWoman He i is well acquainted in the business field and wiliyio everything ... ( t
t range-built by Hotpoint,the Mbeckers' home already la up, .. 'It. \ I
I possible for in the schools of Martin County j
and Dr. and Mrs. Sellm W. We- progre.sc I i
and in the
pioneer pacemaker Arthur's la nearly completed. Dr. ; j J i
electric appliance field. With lollls Potter was one of the first For the State of Florida : '
a Hotpoint Range you aniq| to discover the charms of the 'I' !
cooking ease and cony.nienoe' area. George Sollltt will start Born in Clarksville, .s t. I Iny

d, v "' -speed and accuracy- .. r summer building, on his. property this Florida. Educated at Support You Can Giveviim : ar i l'l'iI
:
have believed .
,you never poll ; the Chicagoans at Florida
Among now State College 1
,sible!:Comeie tod.,. the Inn are Mrs''It. Cummings \ j
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i ..,. ;..bu Tt-hr. Packer and Mrs. Samuel!!l A. Culxrtson Experience: Teacher tBe I

t Model Palm Beach., Jr.. who Culbertson have been will in State Government Greatly Appreciate! f''1 ,

loin them today, and he and his Business

wife will start north Saturday ,U'aW '''lka'410' __ I
/ f fr
f April 10> on the same train that ITNd hlttlnl Ad. I-.at) + ?1\I'\ 11.1 II IIi
will bring Mr, and Mn SydneyS. r :,
r lA Gotham, Jr.. back to Chicago -..,..- f ., ) I I
l lP utter a Palm Beach holiday. Mrs 'I'' !1""
y Dwight Oreen, wife of the Qov-
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t ergor, will be at the Inn until y! : .. \ .'tl
MORE as..ruada.amMdN0IPORANGES April 12. Mr and Mrs Charles .. r ; i
Crane will be there until the inn ,
3
E e : c :: close April 13 a 1 .ti i. !,I 1 r

[ I Mrs, Orvllle t. Taylor returnedto
IN USE THAN Chicago last Friday (April 2)) : ..) f'C t
after long sojourn at the Sunrise I
ANT OTHER Mr and Mr. Andrew D. I \
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Ha 's Elfectric Service Berkey have their cruiser Behave .;, 't '
MAKE E- e emembers. lllQ ?
Yourselftied'' up at the . ,w U'
Post\((ice Arcade dock In the river to take guests t
tack and forth for ocean bathing I

dOh ay 13 -e Nig \33S-R Stuart Fla. : a mile or so,farther east.I !! ":.:,;"-, ;"-,-. ,,:,,,,:,,",,,,,:,,Y' ., 11.. I


I \ _. _.._-- -- '* Mothers, Day May 9 ;t : ;


; WING ENDEAVOrttD TO BE AND GIFT O ::: ,I ;'I; ,:i ",


A Good County jhdge Should Be Beautiful, Liv&ble*, Lasting Furniture Will CUve "HER' A Lifetime } I'r.I' I I

of Use and Enjoyment. We Have On'Display Numerous Pieces -.; :' '

Which Will Be Offered '
COURTEOUS 'f
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AT ; '
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DIGNIFIEJ

LEARNE ';".; A S coal Discount .* I j/;,/
of
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RESPE : T l "I KPMW ,OF: .N.O' WAY TO J,>' .p "" ''I' A

'.,r:.:,:'.'': JUDGE HE FUTURE BUT'BY\ : .', t HIIi/ "j, I
HUMAN I ;
THE PA ." UNTIL MOTHER'S DAY I: .
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IMPARTIAL, Patrick Henry '' A VISIT TO OUR STORE ,it'' : '

COURMiEOUS I I I. WILL CONVI/ CE YOU THAT: f ;' oj i iI ir i ,t':

INDUSTRIOUS !
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I I! UPRIG T fl i':, r11', i I', tf}' ','

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90U SAV
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COUNTY,: JUDGE _
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Yw AR .URR.CL. : MATHER FURNITUREIY j Sic t



1//A anti For Your Vote and Sup pert fit WijI) .Be Appreciated" OF STUARTLet

\ U* Feather Your Nest "With .A Little' Down''" ? d ifi '

trail '. adcetM.e.st) ,Old Dixie Highway at Akron Stuart,, Eta R Rr

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i t Ftt nu.LVE Till STUARI NEW i, STUART MARTIN COUNT; ) IXORIBA TlllRSIHYA APRIL" tll, 1848d

REDUCED: an analysis by L Jay
I A 'Ida papefcjnffl DM sue- I time from Australian pine,which half the time required by fast- CAIN PLEDGES FOR PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE BACKIOO Expanded production ha reduced in the April Usu. of the At 8
r (foully made (in' mimeograph ,in being grown in South\ Florida growing slash! pines the backlog of demandfor of Current Business Pub
,I'',. at1 U bond! paper for the firs! I and reaches pulpwood site In many consumers' durable by the Office of BUIlI1e
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< 'w r goods, but these backlogs In general jiomics in theCommerce Departalebt
!- ar- still large according to ,

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L For DELEGATE 6th Di.trict--

TACE VOTE FOR i Democratic National Convention I 9 9ANTI
lIGHTS PROGRAM, FOil STATES RIGHTS 1 I I
CUD \ rENWICK PAUL COLe: PJ
ATV \ FWJ ...... "SV* r mn enema I. Yarn A
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f e ,span A d'' I "DM (RED) WILLIAMS 1 4n


Palm Wtthitacllll ANNOUNCING
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Ably : FOR MEMBER OF

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BoarcEW Public Instruction A MY and NAVY SUi>PlIES

t N. SCHONBERGERjJALERNO

t ass a.,4TN T, as aAIN' slag
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f w ( mrrnar PKlding! L XVrlglit (left) who in Jrfiiutinlew party Icixkrt Wse. 1Jo"'II'ng! aiiti.South S'------ .
HIV faxMine; Mlwlulppi. 50th clmf executive, hus em legislit m*Milh MH the FairFynjiiovmrnt; ''""'' DIXIE SALERNO ) CATION
I (IS tanjidutts pledged!( tu vote for him for Prenitiro Commission. .untUvnching Itgulution unti.dent.M -
nominee/ on the ballot that Martin D>unty' poll tax: bills and uiitMMgit" >tiitMi prt>p '9(19 iiulitiod| voters will cast in, the May 4 prim,, is sliown |unto! with. 1,1.-CiiV. Sun) Lumplln (fight) OIL It
1 anWight has called l on Southern PvmocraU .Und l !'!g-Geu. William f,:'Wilson I. | / LUBRICANTSTIRES
In secede from the( national Deirxx.Ttitlc(' Party BATTERIES CCESSORIES

I Quick, Courteous and EffciAt Service
< Hit Gas GREl HOUND Bfs feTOP
University Professors Proposed
.i b v l lh Cold Drinks V Candiel I Tobaccoj

:: p IL Tax Amendment, Back School Plan P. O, Box'136 I' Salerno, I CE. Beedle, Own
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Gainesville! April 2i.-Adoptltluns ; of Amendment No 1 conce the gasoline tax, will result for school ,bond issues :
only In a system fading to wa ste and Inefficiency," la the con- pledged .with! moneys authorized I Ta
elusion reached by a University c>If f Florida faculty member writing and apportioned by th? t.eglsla-I
In the current issue of the lomlc, Leaflet Series tunsfor school and ,
provement and outlay purposesThe .
Writing on Florida\ Constltu the- new method, under thI "I
tk!nal Amendments, affecting I that under present system I I amendment, would I authorize The hand" tna| rocks djyouf Cfadla< ( .., ?
I Stall Government," Dr, Manning the 7-cent) gasoline tax raises 1 School Boards to anticipate annual !!
t. 3 Eau) :r professor of-Polltlca $42000000 annually revenu" State t capital outlay I allotments I _
4 stlencf deplores the result of Annually $2t,000,000 goes to the $300( teacher\ unit in : DAY
the gasoline tax amendment 1 If State Road Department ((4 cents I county) and issue bonds provide I'. tememder
Hf Hfa of the tax) $12000000
adopted but indicates some annuallygoes ed th freeholders approve. ,
benefit may come from the pro- to the State Board of Administration I This method,.Dovell gates, Inadequate -[I
,', posed amendment concerning ((2 cents), $3,000,000 cures school Improve-*
school bondsDiscussing annually goes to the State General menu without paving to levy\
Revenue Fund I.cent),
( the gasoline tax ( further property taxes for debt i
briefly. the leaflet out end $3,000,000 Annually goes to Service 'This} : will reduce political''
points
re ....... -- --- ...... State funds for common school pressure encountered in popular 'Remember {MotherMOTHE
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(H. cent This distribution will! bond elections. For"as this new
continue It the amendment Is
method
does not depend on local N
defeated. taxes, chances of freeholders approval I
I Ii Under the amendment currently I for school I expansion
-. i proposed, the Stat Boardof I needs are greatly Increased' DAY
r e i t Administration would receive The Economic Leaflets are issued ,
the remaining S,cents thus de monthly by the University
::: priving the general revenue fund Of Florida College) of Business With A rUE Dress
r V and the schools of any portion' Administration are avail.

::: He was appoint U] as a member oft the Marti Of and gasoline state g'neral tax money.revenue schools would I able upon request,

= County School Board by the governor Good Luck seems flow ,lose $3,000,000 each annually
The writer admits that. "It
tot prepared. .
M under the provisions of the new school would be folly to propose that I

= laws to serve ntH the Democratic |Primary fe against bad Insufficient funds be" provided: !I CAP
for the road ,
system
f, = could select / member for a full ifcrm, 'I k, MORALtyour plores the result of the amend j

= He is anxioip to serve you for a fuu term. l cep intur- ment that the largest single WHILE YOU i
source of state revenue be taken
=- He has bee a taxpayer and voter il Mar- ants in FORCE, entirely out of legislative control

w tir. County for the past Twenty-fm ((25) RIDES
a and PAID UP. "Actually," he points out "the -
= years. effect of the neW amendment'
will be to add 80 per, cent of the LOA EDRE ass se.u.y.li
:: 7th cent of the gasoline tax to,
He is in finvor of new and adequate school 4170c the SRD,'' for the Stat Road

::: building /which the Martin County Scnool Administration, already has a !

=: Board i if now contemplating. He w uld surplus and all the added fundal i
ED MAPP would be additional surplus, By j
c
".-. like to/ help complete the program as law these surpluses go to build I in il lilt

planne/ and recommended by the s te REALTOR roads This schools would of about deprive$3 overcrowded ,OUO,:' l 11,4,!
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; school/ urvey board. P. Q. Arcade 000" of badly-needed Income t : +1.11.4aAf/mI "
d Dauer declares such a syst:ma "
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"wasteful for other (
Phone 19 ultimately
r Paid O/by Martin County Friends of D. L (Red) Willie s state agencies will' j T, .J..r..1",.- .
imendmenta to earmark propose I I
funds for their departments "In
other-wordS," 'th.j writer points I
out, "the Road Department will\ STYLE
I 7 have a guaranteed source of Income 1434
w ( and other departments\
I will suffer because they have no 1Y
such of
guaranteed source revenue
j ." Earmarking funds .is unsound ", If you m t are new tires
',/ ;t A sliira is just the thing for spring! budget procedure becauseIt get-the b
does not make departmentsshow "
need periodically, '
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Discussing the school bond
"' Rich, creamy win'p
amendment; Or J. Z. Dovell, also
suede trimmed in
professor of political science ires
'JV'' rs golden brown ith points' out that' Improvement of
f warm gold the State school system la of high I Hum h sea Tire & ,
Importance. He praises the 11)47) '
tones, nd >kll the Legislature for its "constructive Aptliance

""t opulence oykn Indian action- in assuring better education I I For Pierce \t'
facilities for the children of \
i ,r" potentate r Here is a the State. 1 Years perienceLodl

slim, slylc) sling,plat* Trw new Bond amendment,*'( E IpmenN, ,:
a ormtjfior your cush- d' he writes, "is definite advance ,faction uaranteedunoouounnnuhIhhnIII
\" the constitutional
i omfort over present
r\':,' )f / provision for school bonds since .

""I''I ) 11111111I11111I11I111I nlulinl tpIIINIHIl011u ," .
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: ; 'r 1i-r / RITE KID with if 1Ji4 PBETn'!
::1, 4 c_ a Sutifulfeeling. for = HALF-SIZE s

+ l = 't, beaBkfully fashioned! (/ .
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f li'; ".. a. \ soft to the s sI IIV \1 FOIIIZED tOTT

S touch ." with the %
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/ Ns ; Smooth poliWd look "' Classic Lady fl/1". T**'" f/U' tJ"biro .. worthy fsbn) L r
you like to see, ero, Betty Winston; OrifinalsDresses | Brnctlc) excellence of tsilorlng/ fit', detail
I is a lithe little pu :: In ,Cotton Rayon I ir.Trle:! !neckline: 11 button front and f
:: and Sheer "I I 7'Ih out ?? the WM for a rafter(
'Ii l1'iT! to guys you a wear L
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Slips |In Cotton,f nay on :'eer younger swirl of,skirt! Vhite rrounThe
everywhere shoeyou'll .
:: and Sat; Pulse lib color
ii' love all season. r. -NU.MAm f MO ERY'- HOUSE COAT M'IC um e .;sf sign little UJoS cost to% 24*

I a $1095

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STTAXT NEWS,l'roAaT" MARTIN COtJNTT, FLORIDA, THfRSDAT. Arm 2g, IMS PACK THIT N J

Salerno News of Salerno Shores,left Saturday '; I It' I' t ti I II

*It'l.lOljpGRAPHY' for their summer horn In i I :
Rhlnebeck, K. Y. alter spendingthe 4,1 .11
ii: winter here I''
LADIES
SOCIETY Mr, and Mrs Lester Kenneyof To The :
Jtortraitlpommercial Winston, MinD,, are here In Voters of Martin County :1 : J
Do )t tlvlr trailer, They have bough : ,
PLANS ANOTHER
;' property on Salerno Shores and
are going to build a home there. j 1
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Mr and Mrs Bill Pendant '
1spert o Finishing BAZAAR IN FALLBy and Mr and Mrs Austin Mulllns On May 4th you will go to the polls and exercise I ;,'llI "
of Hobe Bound motored to WestPalm
N your most sacred franchise for the '
W Handle MRS D Beach Saturday on business I ; voting :
versa, FA. and General p QIIGLEY your choice to look' after the business of the

,Dse of Biographic. I IRUH Mrs. W t 'Merrii.\. vtce-presl.I Mrs: Martha Whittle and' lativc, Judicial or Executive branch of the I
dent, daughter-in-law, Mrs. John
SuB>li sELE opened'! the Ladles Mission !
ary Society April 21 at the Whittle ,attended the }Horn: and County government. ,
'E PHOTO S Pl church by tinging Sweit Hour Demonstration Club!; meeting In I '
," Palm x I
ot Monday
Prayer and "My J.sus. 1 City i
pceols e, St t, Flaa (I'Love Thee Bcrtptbr reading Mrs O. D:Qulgley visited Stuart For ten years I l' have lived among you I opera 1' ...
l 'was by Mrs. S. D. Beaver and school and attended the sen- ? the Rowell Furniture Co. (trade name). As o er .
I)prayer by Mr, Merrltt I TM society ler play Monday. '
It planning on sewing and Mr and Mrs. Charles Conradof and manager1 I have traded with hundreds of ul : j
getting ready for another Salerno Shores and Mr, and with ,scores of. you I have traded in various Jays. ,
1 ,I In the t'.l1.: Other pr sent were I Mrs. Otto.. Wagner and daughter, + !
The who his and : I.
has buil
Mr. 4 I j Mcuuiium; Mrs I Eleanor; of New York motored man' uses hands repaired, t
I Wllbf-r C Jacobs, Mrs., |O. D Quigley, Mr*. to West Palm Beach Thursday. painted my property. Others have sold me ckl, I :
Mrs. Maud ,
w Shelton
Mrs Martha Whittle, Mrs. John'I:Johnson MM, OjH, Mrs Johnson Ed Johnson,Mrs R' W ot cars, food and 'clothing, In a ten-year per' 'you .. a, : I I I
as Whittle and Mrs. time Hulls.:: Miami, Mrs Ted Baumgardnr, learn! many things! about a man's honesty nd integrity :.
Mrs, Emory' DeLoach enter Jr. Mrs, O O Quigley and Kath ,
tained with a Stanley party' at teen Stevenson called on Mrs I welcome your comparison. : I'
ANS her home Friday night Mrs Frank Simmons of Golden Gate gr
Barbara Troxel of Stuart demonstrated Wednesday, Any candidate offering himself for re-election has 1 'I "
Stanley brushes and
gave out gifts' and prima, After The charge Rev Qf Zuch the of Sunday Hobe mornIng Sou'ndhas to stand upon his record. I ask that you spidy. mine. r
: I the demonstration refreshments,, services at the Southern '
served to Mrs Lewis ,
were Jacobs
R.1 M'thodlst Church here In the : '
,Mrs Douglas first 1 have "made constructive !
"s Shelton Mrs. Lewis absence of the Rev r L. Craw- During 'my term ; : many .
r daughter I Rewlcr,,Hilda Mrs.,Bert Mrs.Sword J. A. Bennett and son who is 111, Welcome to come. changes in the'City and County gOY nment; .

Jr, Mm Austin Mullins ot Good Lester Samaritan, Varnadore Is In the In examplSs I offer the Mosquito control now *! by the j I
ITILTOI I| Hobe Sound, Mrs. Ralph Powfll)l Hospital as you ; operate ,
: of Oundcrson Golden, Gate Mrs Bill Mrs.Pendarvlj' George days West\Illness Palm Beach here. after several. County Co missioners It is easy to see that we do nof have the I

ara ',and Mrs. Maud Shelton Mr and Mrs.,Otto Wagner and mosquitoes And sandflies that we once had. This year the facilities '
I J E DoLoacU. Mrs. Fred Fed-1 daughter, Eleanor, having spent ,I '
r ersen and Mr. and Mrs L )E: De. three weeks here the, guest of are being ,expanded, !: k
I feel that I am quaWied by education and bust ,Loach and family! of Stuart call.,' Mrs Wagner's sister,Mrs Con- i "

i training to make a%ood Count ft Commissioner ,,ed:rson on Mr.in Fort and Mrs iauderdale.'Union And-Sunday rad day and on the Mr.Champion Conrad left for Satur-their With a five l|>an commission and the powers of th

or Ihu district. Most alljf you are ff iliar with my 1 home In New York. Mrs Conrad ''I
kfround. I Mr. and Mrs. O H Johnson 's niece, Eleanor; was thrilled placed in the* hands, you have seen what can be done. .:. i I
I am running as a' business m and property ,and sons Ray and Ed of Stuart,I over the 3'/i-lb. trout; the caughton ,

w ler for the aduncemeD. &. f the Jepien District: and !left visit Saturday l Ed's moth for Coneld and ,father-N, cto i mounted Jensen! Bridge id West and Palm Is havingit Beach Most of you (ow my interest in education andts program. = ,1i i i ,
luau County a wholeCircumstances ''In-Jaw. Mr and Mrs Williams Mr. and Mrs Wagner bought 12 I ,* -- ,
may ma%- it Imd for me to I Ids; wife Judy, who hat been lots on Salerno Shores and plans I
:
For the I small increase in their
aged orked and helped :
every one of you personally; [ t I want you all I up there for three weeks will were given to Charles Conrad to secure a I '
a luiow that I would do so 1 I eo Id and that I I accompany them home Tuesday. near build future them a home there In the monthly allotme ti For reasons beyond my control this was not '
Miss
Annie Whittle of West
will I deeply. appreciate your \ore nd support next Palm Beach called on her mother Edward 'Vann clouding well- granted. At the same time I will continue to ork for the better. .:: I I I '
sudsy Mrs Martha Whittle last knbwn farmer of ThomasvilleGa 0
ForYour I sock end, ., dUd April II at his home mnt of our aged A I know that with living co itiona so high many ; i I'
I J, C DcLoach left Monday after an Illness of several weeks. C I
of them arvation diet. I J
I night for Olenvllle! Oa? called I Funeral cervices were April 18 are on a J
County Canmissionersible there by the death: of his sister,{I Survivors Include I three sons, J j ,
!Mrs. Lula Howard, who Monday morning at her home Golding, Pavo Ga, and OrfftOoldlng
DISTRICT N I after a long Illness ; ol Patten, Oa t three government to secuqp any expanded alth facilities for Martin :. J
I Mrs Arlo parson and children, daughters Mrs.J.L. McWilliams, I
Patricia Kenneth and Lynwood,I Punta Oorda, Mrs. J. L. Yonkers, County I offer mini rr \
JENSEN
BEACH Hof!. Naples! are here visiting Mrs.Carson's Phoenix, Arts, and Mrs J. C. j
parents, Mr and Mrs. Morse of Salerno; one brother, !
MAY 4th fmM/Y a I W M MarrMr Will Golding of Qultman Oa.,. 11 Since my appointment last October, I have served as a member of
and Mrs. Victor Greenfield grandchildren and eight great the Florida Flood Control 1 committee.jj I have worked faithfully, ;
Your Vote and SiJ ort ppreciated !left Thursday for their home in grandchildren. Ooldlng I had
Bulctwlnsvllle" N. Y., alter spend- spent much of his time her with have not, misseda .meeting, in fact-XTl realize that ,our only relief w I
IPuM aural Ae
+.n4.ee.fi .
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his
lng'thawlntarherewMn >: daughter. Whlddent Funeral -
---,e.. -- '..and Mrs,_Roy E Decker_ Home had charge of burial from the muddy waters c\ the St./ ucie Canal will come from an : t
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overall flood control progrVn. I/pledge mysejf as a worker( to co : tf

operate with our Congressman ami(l Senators, and ask for your. sup- ::

port in the project. I canno \c trol the muddy' Water. : ,


ELECT, I will continue my fight again a sales tax as I feel that it is the ;. '.: : i

poor man's income tax. He i Slot able to pay it and as reckless as ::: ,' ; :

our federal government has ee it does not ask these fantastic M, i J, ,
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amounts. .:; t,
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OURS0N ... J 1 r

Under Florida Law a reprdfentative has the right to select his attache. I i I '

In the last session of the legislature y wife served as mine With w''. I ;, ,'I

TX''A SSiSdR< ,hei pay of $600 for the/session and' ins as a legislator of $360 i t j. i' j

we were able to mote y> Tallahassee, rent a house, hire a maid and \ .''I

live much in the that we\Io at Stuart. At Tallahassee _. ,
t same anner J j
FOR MARTIN COUNTY / ,
\ ouf' home is open in e same manner that it is at Stuart. Many of "_ :. lt: ''
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N THE DEMOCRATIC' PRIMARY 'M //4, 1948 you visited our homef there. ,:,'Ji r

Martin County ha /many things to be re /esented. In ,your selection !' i

for Martin County Representative you Vill have to have a man f ,

that knows that(.Jnere is a County and no\ just a City of Stuart I :, Ii ilJ

and that a clique ot Stuart should not hav complete control of ; : I ,

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E59PERIENCED JHIS WORK ,t j
As I o and have shown on '' K have worked for the :' ;
EXP SRIENCE OF YOUR ASSESsbRJN HANDLING REAL ESTATE farmer, for Jfne livestock man, for public welfa, public health and :' I ; ;

IUES IS OF GREAT.'IMP ORyNCE TO THE PUBLIC a complete rogram of Education for the TeacAjers and pupils of .r t
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'THOpGHTFUL COJ TEOUS and FAIR In, closiri /I wil) say that I have the distinct honor\ of having, four I
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generations of my people buried in the Sandhill cemetery in Taylor '
EACH AND EVERY INMVIDUA' IN THE COUNTY. County/ lorida '

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PACE TIGERS TJ( ENTER4TEAM |Ida) )', Principal Brwln r ioHnwick SANNCR BOLDS Ct'lT() +
WEST PALM IS
LIB n Swim Meet, Retire Trophy Arnold Is Proven Hill' Ace, TRACK. MEET ,announced y'eSterda j( coos .! Spring term of circuit
I boys will' \' aocompany
Ten opened tn fort Plent'

ATV I :+ Stuart Scouts Win Annual i FOEERRORSBEAT; & Can't Carry Load Alone In cooperation with, an effort 'Coach Joseph MCGojf to Ute meet Kanner morning ol at II with Jwr:
'je [ bjr Okeechobee JUan School I'In which ame from keeetwbee -/ Stuart nre !S,
Ad I '\\I., 1 B>' Ed MENAjINGER, JR. Coach Joe Starling! to promote Fort Pierce aid'Vero Beach criminal docket, said t .
span ;1//') Seven! memWr:! of Stuart/ Kttkan-sponsored Boy Scout Troop BOYNTON I high school track and field activity also win compete1 Composition\ of 14 the heaviest In I'eCAnl:! ,J;
I expected to take tp
a Pstm t 3* splashed their way lo victory::: lot the third successive year' > lilt> of'the lid tit :Jse\ Arnold, Jr. perhaps better known as In1\",area, marUn County the Stuart eootlngeru is as week with civil up kttd
WlthtTacillt '" beating out) Military Trail Troop) 3:/ West( Palm Beach by single .fatrtngjg," le-In I order tells week for the thrlce-demonslraled aUlttylnrwrerrt High. School will enter a team of Jahnwleksaid rl for hearlpg eases
(i point In the annual Gulf Stream Council swimming meet at Lake | !,Jin. Dir' right: arm. That strong limb with 1U buggywhipdeMvorp 1 In a four-school meet at Oke -I jet undetermined! ;!. Monday It wa begtlU1Jns

sibly I.\'',' Osborn -,/In Lantana Saturday: ShlartParti. n.
:," the tight to retire the meet trophy as a permanent posses'. and' hit weep" set) them atop! tile South' Florida Coast League In --:-=-'f

slon of the troo!). Victimized their quest ton! *, third' successive loop crown. '
Fourteen troops In the council The statistic show how valuable that has beento I '
I' 'OIJTH 4RARtbA COAST CL\DEI I' clearly arm
I competed, In the.climax/ event of and Troop $1 of Vero B'ach :2 I "I.[AGUE the Stuart aggregation While hit mates have beett giving FORMAL OPENING

I \ iwftrday camporw: at the lake I points: Mwl.,nn, t w t rMPsa000q Peal him only mediocre offensive ',support, Arnold ha compiled'a 0,67 ,

It' but only! seven were able to'cors, BUI teach paced the Stuart t :: : t 0 ,:m earned run avera& bit 27 Innings pitched: In those Innings he I

:\ Stuart: amassed 55 points Troop point-winner t>y copping two .neub. .. ::5't I tee Has al! wed only 13 hits gnd. :3'funa;haa fanned ;21 batter and I ...- OF -
; ,;" ;Shad 54 points and Troop 46 ot firsts and swimming.. with the W.nt Palo,' .'."..,'.. I Aq walked+only 1
1 '"I ,winning rescue race team The LAT! SUNOAV'! CAMEL Thatkind: of hurling Is' inlghtlthard to beat Arid therein i
'I" the- first presbyterian Church in TtJAR't 5 B...... B.... J.
3'f ,I'' West Palm got 51 I, The other other Stuart: Scouts competing P.s..M CIwS4.. U .. lie* the problem that going to nee.d an answer With due rest and' "KEN'S"FROZEN
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were Ray Edenfleld. Jay Beard- Lea w. Weal 1'.1. a.ek. p.oaJtard. winner
support at;: bat and afield Arnold may be considered steady
scorers I Included 1 Northwood
3'I a I Methodist Troop 14 with 20points on, John Reins Adolph HerMI. NEXT SUNDAY'Sii GAME But after hiM, what? Try' as he may, Stringy" can.t carryall
James Vollrath and Jack Harris .
I.ta. Hcucl tkwlnuinW the load Manager Johnny Mann advises us he has additional
Memorial! Presbyterian .
r Accompanying the boys were rt film' Bix-li t STUART
I Troop 13 with 19 points, Troop MM W. R Leach Scoutmaster PooMno ok "k Worth nllltnen coming up including such as Bank Pennock, Horace

J02 of_Military J Trail,_& ,points' Carl A, Bridges L. C. Klcfcliter Undefeated and nil alone Arnold; Bob Johnson and perhaps Elmer Graham and Oeorge "Old CUSTARD
Jack Smouse who hat beencoaching atop the South Florida Coast Folks' Griffin. We hope It o and are looking forward to seeing them /
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the teem Victor Voll win Under fire Such a developed slab corps can eliminate theprincipal AND
) Glades League, Stuart's two- a
rath and Richard Allen, troop stumbling\ block Stuart had: In the district and State I
r\ SoirVe Men Spend members, Mrs. Leach was hostess time kinpra of the circuit come tournaments last year: no pitching! past lease Arnold iCECREAMTORE:
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to the contingent for lunch to entertain \
With three pr four really reliable tossers and aa Improved t '
Yea Running For after the meet Summary of : the lastplaceVst batting attack Stuart very definitely could be the home ot the 1948
'. Palm Beach outfit and attempt
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n...rj friwnrlr. .nd.. I lit Ibi.-1 1M to even a year-old State semi-pro baseball champions e ,. .
The\Goverrtor .. ... 4 FRIDAY AFTOL 30tl
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I- .h.1t Jukmrn (141 I Mont I
bas uri |M Villura l(511' 4. Dud score at the same.time, Game The Sailnshers' batting and fielding marks' took ,

Office( \\n rate.rrf('If; bww tie Ik".-1 I time on the East 5th 3t. field bounds on the strength of lbe; win in, Boynton Sunday'I
/ U .k 414)) : Is 3 p. m. Sunday. 11:00)!( )A M.
,.JadAakvorlists.8Nm: manufactured boosted that U points
1 ( ; ,.","... (It, It hits percentage
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Other men sjlnii a lifetime In 1. Wls "(141. : I, DnHfrr,, (ml,Mt 1,. 01'MamhallJ.rbak : *.' that part of the visiting team picked up I points to ,963' after. dealt. handling of '0,01 41, 267 OSCEOLA A1 NEW All R: DEHON BUILD1| C
building, | a 0aam ((54)):. formed one of the two outfits chances Hank Pennock" I. the early Individual batting
Myifl h kilN kr o.a rre.tba.-I I Irtrli
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Nj* \(111) J.cl SKvnn IAkt) I: leader of the team After four games) hei sporting a .400
Building suorrwul Itusinrv.esIlelpiiiK JIM tendon",, br(tot..'t.;ln.k.I. ails,. ..an.do.o.... .110-Ibi 11.1.3I..rd -. the only Sailflshers meeting the in 1947 Carefree, In their.Independents mark Sunday's officiating wann't all It might have been ... h SERVED IN
their vile to grow and I .Nat t Walker. ('i'' : 2 Jay .Koorrfon 194' whipped Stuart 5-1 and it was subjected repeatedly to the crowd's scoffs. The
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prosper, 1. worst misjudgment occurred In the< 4th inning when Warren CONESALWAYS
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Which \ I /1. 3'.v"d, b.r.k.. once II* lt. -, never wa schedul'd This year Shipes was 'retired" at first. on a grounder to deep short. *'
man do want for f ov- 11,11 hark UII: J Jerry .oyo 'II' )
i amor I JYn M.ma Iltl t..... v.o Antwen"el the Carefrees are combined with There was no doubt Shipes wjis at least S-lDft., pat the bag DISHESand

""..',...,. 'roe r n..rd.W... ... Ewer.INIII the Red Rock Cola'crew to form when the shortstop long throw arrived, but there was no
A man who spent yem in run I."h, A..h. Hood boo xdruli the West Palm Beach entry in changing umpire Millers call Credit to Mott "Bud"
fling, 1Or tJ'J': .Trya .;' 4s.:vi"h:4'TrJ.: : ,. I IHI tq. the league and Hi lowly stand Putin who pitched for Boynton should be given. Despite
I Unit. .nrWa.IUt.. ; 1, Troop 94Tron ,, ing Is no criterion of lu Ability 4 1
who KS allowing eight hits and five pane, he didn't have an earned l PACKAGE
a man KI years in 3. H 4 Ttnnv i M Horac Arnold Is expected to be n. ,d
I Pu, mm sky III yurili- Won k|, him lIelsle i l ;', limb base play was
planning and bull B og! ....a .. Manager Johnny Manni choice run cross" against Ray
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I IJ Id h:, err'Insp., Ira." ,.Jls I T.wot-o......ku I.) : t. ''l'rOop 80' ,for the hill assignment a 'gem The veteran. Stuart athlete has looked considerably Made la Our Store With New/ Modern Up-to-date an|

'rh......... "day l W.jn hr Trmn pTroop RapPnlout/ 10 hits In their Improved_ over a> year aco. ___ '
::5., I.nd.l l.. Bill .. : u : -I Sanitary Equipment. F
11.1 J.Too' .. 54l; 4, aa.IIOriua lest offensive show yet the SailIshers ;
roll Ieorh.. '841. MOMS Mark I rolled to a 5-1 victory In, I lied the horn club to five singles!! Arnold' I"4." J. Anud'4.. k, ..
hm .rJdr. 0,1)0 onome dIN W.ll'- Boynton Beach I'"n tin !. t> Rimim i. saw ""* a.Ns- /indowservice/(
3'I "I'. 1'.,.,,> Murlo Ira nd Tom v.n Sunday, Jesse 1 but two of these following Arnold I sir ",. a,..." I. *tt 1'.>11. t. sir Ru.. 1
All' 1 Arnold tolled the route and Urn-. "t only pass of the afternoon urn 1.Runt cad alto.,1f I ..Pants i Awe /
foiled Ills shutout goa). i K In T M Inn4nn: off ..... 0 ..4 sIn 7 Day A Week 100: a. m., Till?
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3'I flU"9econdJ i The box score STUART: k(Praen-M.ltht' I IH.Mwkbl.tmn.t h.ll. ,!-ky Co..t RwniK.... UnHlrr I.
d l2dol.ee AM it N.I'O A tPrno.Kk : .-H.rr.|l >nd Millfr"' Tim* "1,1A '
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s.8. W, Mill",** u S 0-5 t t I DODGERS SCORE I.. 8"I
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that It ..."Iran wtal H ikwld, I>.. k eOYNTON 1'1 BEACH A I. *f'n' I five victories itt seven starts to
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Wnrer Ib 4 I 0 I I 0 seeking a foe for this week end
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and John Oadd have. Dot been MoQUADE IS NAMED: CLAIMS CURE'' Auto fuel be toade.fcom ti; ) ;' I
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Tops credited with any decisions, I IROTARYTOLD Sakrjio News ,j
tty The team iwin t-defeat season CHAMBER\ DELEGATEC ... ,. !HOSPITAL HAS i wood waate.1n. tee, near f iff! It t i '
mark at the week atari be- ,I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson of the petroleum JhbrUge' con'I'' i i.tlnuM.
Bailers" (ass 1U weakness at the plate 0; McQuade was appointedby y Miami called' on Mr and Mrs Experiment nowfJuOm\ ;
er where it hat compiled a lowly the board of director of tpf t I OF CONDITIONSIN EXPENSE DROP !O H. Johnson last week. conducted. in the Pacific NorUi /: I ;
JM average, Freeness of walks Chamber of Commerce Monday r Mr and Mrs. W M. Mart and west show that alcohol, suitablefor i
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at and bjr Mrs Arlo Carson and children use in auto engine can be I
am errors opponents have I night to represent the body ai .
attended the dinner ,
birthday '
from waste about 40
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Tigers to scow!! almost the ?th District FRANCE Increases of 20
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meeting th per centin. ,
given in honor of Mare I'
The might 1
twice as rent gallon cost
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!. bellMlnJ oe the has recorded bits tlorld, State .Chamber at the 5,0 admlaalon exclusive of birth at the horn of his rM. In be even lower If uses are found
r-4pftelder B r e c etf The Average: *: 'George.. Washington!. Hotel in and 3ft( per cent In patient days Hobe Sound Sun a V for byproducts of the pi ocegr ''t I
k tlW1er Ib individual.et OAHHA... West Palm Beifth: Qy 21, u. Jacques Adn.et, arv honor stu- ,expense were reduced 23 per John p Stevenson mad I IkJ'
lipped M-'tt' cent at Martin County Hospital .a.uueee..u u.
.4a o 1..M ;;ent; business trip to West Palm "
''t average of Martin Ceun- b Yrtt eee. t .: : I m The board Instructed Manager a tat Martin County High during the year's first! quarter as Beach Saturday :kJ', :,:
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If1acltQQf/ bltRbaU squad Nxr, ? II I. I' T .11' K. B Kraft to.confer with The country, for less than a compared. to the first quarter of ... f "
with g J81 mark: for yN M.L..I,M.rd .555057 II If e 1 .1.een Sea Stuart News on the U49 edition A poke on "Conditions In. France"at year log eabotage that w... carried on j I 194T, Busines Manager R. ATwnley .! M" f' "
ilt,lilt t mfltb y game *rienry 0.44::-, 15 5411, :. :los of the f\4h.I.a\ ) Guide< The News 'Ar4 the waelrtj! noon meeting ofRotary In France: in hi* fight for Ubera reported Tuesday .! '
and Paul l Mlspel SudHTKrart lel II u" .lOa compile, and publlsbet the guide j Club at Chlsholms, ye*- Uon,..and the destruction left Admission\ during the quarter I et':1:
r tie for second: .t: ::. : : ::.1e1Il..d. I annually and turn \\Ii over to the Urday. \ little with which to start when I exclusive of birth totaled 111 I It
d r to a Beatty who have .. It a I .lel Chanioe foe: dlabrl utlon. Clrectorj Adnet reported food being a peace returned.: He cited Russia I and patients day totaled 1,367., I '
c most sod of the Warn'* hillIt e'e..e. i e 1 : t : are rcquMUng! that the matter of life and death actually 's efforts to aid France with\ Tunley said Expenses aggregated I : ear ou coucerar... ; t
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t.; and 2-1 record.Purely H eMl 4 I I advertiser\ : M assessed additional is his country biggest wheat shipment to gain Com- I $492306 Gross business I : H OUSSIIN : ,1l :1 1
haft, Peter Barr costs of envelopes and postage problem now rather than politic mu0im convert, and cited showed a 24-per cent gain over I
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llaoe// tae or the threat of Communism these and Inability I \ to secure the 1847 first quarter and food I l i TaaM Ca a ery t..l t.de .
-- for mfill\n.--: :. ____ I The French, he ajd) are virtual' needed material I a* reason for cost a pajUent. day was $Ut representing -' er ra'.Me b run e a oe'aee to wodd r.t wld.r
ly In the tarn dire straits today General. Charles OeOaulle fall '' 'ay :35-per cent dip OpICrating 0 r p pI'
I that they were three yean,ago ure to take the' lead In.. France expense' ft patient u''days: 1 :, ...r .dine, .ad's
Ii when the .38" .In 1 M., sod tumor your : !
war ended and have efforts averaged til ? a a r t. e, ti tail yx, 1
KITCHENSFOR i been stymied In their comeback Adnet wa4 Introduced by PrIncipal $1054 In February and 1933 ml 1 eimo ookseeemn.M'' I f
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effort by vast needs for food Erwin: F, Johnwlck: a* "a March for a quarter average of 1 i C u ,,
JOHN BRA.1.NDJkJlund ) mn. and material which they young man who ha enrolled tit $10.42, he said, 1j I R ens tad.y .
78-y.(ar-old Ennllslmwin have been \unable to satisfy the hleh school principally: to j Th nursing staff now Include cep irni.p is Used I I4ewte Ii'.j! I.j
APARTMENTS AND SMALL HOM living if) Sydney, Australia themselVes. learn the language and American I.four registered HUdergradugtes we*, two un- re tdega p.eets 1 1Le I
ctuiins he l has a cure for cancer', The present destitution/ h* way of life" The club { arid ...
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taUfla a result of the far-reach had three guest*. aid. N 1 .e e..ace. d ,
He say he hm been treating ._ ;t
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General.||| ElectrO for revugiiiliim all tlmt time He '. I.
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,Complete Kitchen In 60 J,, heaTH Enter Miami FinalsMartha j : "

COMPLETE UNIT CONSISTS OF -J
Roy Pegram, winner I
I GENERAL ELECTRIC APARTMENT STOVE and Barbara Jones runn"rup In t' ,
I GENERAL ELECTRIC,' CUBIC FOOT REFRIGERATC the countywide spelling bee finale -I t
here April 13, will leave tomorrow J
STAINLESS STEEL SINK TOP 39 INCHES ;
for Miami where they
I WAl\ CABINETS ((60 INCHES) Ha You See The New ,will Join the top. two spellers r 0 '_ '' I I I
from 22 other South Florida "
GENERAL ELtCTRICT"WAtER B I Freezer Jar For counties tor the South Florida .
flnals at Municipal Auditoriumat 0 rI I I I'I
H ? HEATERS ,1 J l lI
Storage In Home 8 pm tomorrow. ', ,
All Sue Freeze? A slRhtseeaig coat tour and
From $89,75 Up Ice cream party are scheduled I +
tor the afternoon and the contestants FAIRY ALES, SERVE A II

|lee Year ProteAion Plan On All GENERAL ELEcfklC Hot Water Heater will be housed with one at escort the for Patricia each \ F 1 8 1 I t ,
Hotel on Southeast 2nd Ave Useful Purpose In Lulling; .I I !
near tin auditorium. Eight new I
counties are entered In this I I
[artin County ELfectric. Co. year'* competition which Is II
sponsored by the Miami Herald. Children Ti> Sleep But ease J Jr I '
An all-expense-paid trip to
Washington to compete In: they I
JOHN KELLER, Mgr national final '1 Is the winner'saward They Ar No Conducive To ,
fin Second place will be ,
I Phone 75 = Stuart, Fla. Dehon Bldg. vorth $25, third:: $15, fourth '$10 I 4 I
and fifth $5. The other 41 Contestants : ;
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Bill Shands says-"We cbn't H&vL the services' which we demand ,. ,
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No Prophet of FaKe Economy-Bill Shands ,il
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I am torry that iw* |MKUf illnes this past ,'<\ ,i k
weekend kepi m?, from aka Bn hand with all '' I "' 't'",
of you and asking yQur Vo and support, but t ? "
hope to b. t t .' )OK AT THt\ RECORD "" l'' '
up and *Kxafru/ t y 0 he time YOU t Y' .
resdtpu> | and i w tkeri ca palgainf. S S (II I I .
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any event!, joy will jKid me most ppreci.* ShVnds Civic Leader 1:1:
live of your\ contuuedffupport and I r, lu pe Shand Success Farmer I J

that each and every of you wilt go to tile l' SHatus City Councilman 11 1 4

poll. Mat Tuesday*if woke for ....; for v Stands Y SsjccessiulShands 1 Cattleman' (

Shan \- Former Member.State i

Succepful Business Road Board I ;
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Marvin Crow Malt Ii It '
t S Shands \ ember State Senate '
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(oted "Most Valua. 'I
Sha/ids Experienced Adroinwtraor ble" by Fellow Mem- i'I. P

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Stuart, Jensen: Palm ,City, Salerno,, Hobe Sound I: it11i\1::11, ''I I 1, I( .

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S .... 1 8 Year Service With Hobe Sound, Police Force Af( Honest to Goodness'*: Govern : 'f Y ':tl '


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..i.. ',>AGE SIXTEEN THE: STUART NEWS STUART, MARTIN COUNTY: :, FLORIDA, THCRSDAT)' 'ATRH ft, 1'.1' 1IIR

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J FLOOD HEARINGS on flood: control advteed Senator COUNTY COUNCILOF CIVIL SERVICE WILL MAKE TOUR at the Seminole Inn opeped the "

:.TO START MAY 12 ) Holland (O-na,). 'Aeeadayof, P-TA ELECTS EXAMS ANNOUNCED. day which was concluded by J. : : :
I starting at S:30. County -
field tour
I .'./ -- plain) to talc the measure. }t Ip NEW OFFICERS \' i Good H4.d$ In 1
.. :;:Washington, ((41 A Scna"Jwbcommlttee I next month.Senator Civil S e r vie 1 examinations Agent U M.Johnson was mas- \ U ,
? \ will begin hear (I.FIa.1 and The Quarterly meeting of the have been announced for the following *.r of eeremonle for talks by lit the Modern Victory N
Pepper .
li'igs.May 12 on a Statewide floodbntror eventual P-TA County Council was reported -! positions: I II David L. Stoddard, Norman CHaysllp Beauty SalonVictory -
I Holland to win .
hope most satisfactory with 50 J. C Hoflmaa and W T I
\! bill for Florida Ph7stcaTberapJat\ positions-.tI t
a PAGE authentication for a $208.000.1000 I I Ir
of five local% :Forms, .
; Chairman: Malone (IR.Nev I I'bt,, control program recently chapter representatives in attendance. salaries ranging from $3844 toj I a MtwMl....pme.ia_.,rohd4.pnro..r I ,
GLIDt ,the" public works subcommittee drafted bj the\ Oorps. of Army I$5,BOS a year in the U. S. Public 1 ._, \ ill eshis.
Guest refreshed! I .. 9Mid/plw'
were upon
i VJ Engineers. Health Service, the ChlldrenljBureau ] and. ... tot. "tepee ..( .e /::
A'. arrival I by the hospitality onmlttee \- Cs "d.t
T 1 The lending bill would auth headed by Mrs W BLeach Bt JOliabetli!: Hospital .... ..."..1:10: vkl.t awry Mir.
Ad' ,Order Now for 1948 prize 'an Initial 'expenditure o IfI who also presented to new 1 and other Federal agencies (except -I ( 1.., w Lb mM at P + r
f' y Planting! $08000000, but thy hare ex d hale Is H.n'tb. Pans
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roertPahn ? I I pressed hope of expanding the officers corsages of tut own. U>4 Veterana Adnlnlatration : : ( 0 0MID
: .', :::A OCADO ,'authorization' In the future. ,well-known were elected fashioning by the New County Officer -1 I \ ) in Washington, IX C.. and r ; \ ( \

Withefacto' I : = NGO The Bureau of the Budget and Council and installed along In Public Health Service and Ma 4 i Beauty
I the Interior\ Department have with the new officers of the local rlne Hospitals throughout the \ :
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aibly ;II : ':,,:.r:,; =...,: :RSIAN LIME [I I the approved Englivers recommendatlona o If unit by Mrs. Earl Burncy of j.,United 6tat. .s Applicationsshould I dwy i a y- Rnr'lsof'.. \\\
""Brook. ower Nurseries: ; Fort Pierce, regional director be filed not later than Aad.can't, ..
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I Her address was on new goal May 16.Engineer. von.woRR R 111 I

: 0\o Inc. i'I Idas More timber than resources 26 pet osnt have of nor been in answer P-TA period work which A question followedwas and I o position In various X arr Ma adPIAaDA ...__..........._
P I Federal In Washington
36 agencies
," ;:.; x lost lit the last 10 by wildfires
,.1.., ._. Homestead>flori conducted .
''I,)) meeting was by the In"the- States of Oregon -- '-
>II.! Help end this.senseless waste outgoing president I Mrs War- Washington California
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', ren G, M'rrltt of BalernbOfficer Arizona Nevada, Idaho, Mon-
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l ,,, ." for the '!next year are: tana, Wyoming. Colorado, New
:;,:\.-'" Are You\ Potential or ChronicALCOJIOLIC Mrs A. O Plttman,Stuart, president Mexico Utah, North Dakota, .
3f t tJ" Mrs. Donald Parker, IndV South Dakota. Nebraska, Kansas DONNA ORESCOE !
.. a n t o w ,,1"vIcepresident- ; Mrs. Oklahoma ana Texas; Applications -
"."I ? Thomas Hayes, ,Stuart, for Washington Jobs Miss Crcwue 20 violinUt of
tory: Mrs, E. J. Arnold, liecr'-j should be flied by Dec. 11 and by \\ii>inX'g, Canail plum a concert TH' K'S ,
I If M, the foll.wlnf oro t\ too1 tMtoni why yo< iWC"nonto '
,.j, for trtotm.nl ot (K WHITI CROSS HOSryXkit Sound treasurer Oct..1 for the reclamation bureau tour of ,the, Vpitesl'State) J .

t, It h th. sly lwtplt.1. In V rtote the is en/l nchuively ProbaHonal (leading to perm-1 'and! Moxico tide) spring Resl t'llts : ]
t tor traotniini of for condition. anent) appointment to the positions ol \V liming. who helped mate I

2. Your condition !Is teooy rooorM n ofln. di.... For Constable2nd of engineers .(various op- her career possible, are raising To Tht Public fo/ our Patronage 1
tions) for duty In 'Government
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4 M.uim pail kill ky H al. a.w> .prod M '
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Ma tttHly .* the 4,.... District: .... I agencies throughout the 5th funds to buy bet: I new vu,lmf. "
I Sulojeot M W. o-.IIc.r. r. --- I
I Region paying entrance salaries .
1 1I 1. The ootXt ./ M... &, at.s J ,', ..
WHIT CROSS
HOSPITAL h Klontifltfnntitn of $3.397. to $7102 a.year. ,Application -, 50 AORICtLTlRISTSMS1T .
moinMiniiif tk* 4,ofrxurx ttlMcotMry IM l4..e .e Charlet A.CHRISTOPHER. i *, should be filed' not .SOUTH FLORIDA i. '
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':1 ::. rtwniinini your p.ls\ later than May 17 I
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i W 4. It h hospital tkot h o cemplet. 4e_Its nw pay : Further Information on these Gainesville: p'il1/: (FNS-) .
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: sum of kuordoui tnotnwnt dwuif Wur i etc. positions and tests may be secured About 89 'directors and assistant 'I

4 5. Ton .dmr youn.1? Ito. tko WHIT ROSS HOffCALlo YOUR VOTE APPRECIATED AND 51/PORT from Mrs Gertrude Mint directors of agricultural expert t v WE HAV /SOLD THE AILS- 1
nehan at the Stuart Poet Office ,
b. 'Kkwf 4 upon your owl n/.sit ot .sy Hn Paid rolltloa\\ .,tl.ew.t. tnent stations In 13 .Southern

1 1f 1l i. Prom iho Hm. yoor e.ts fa .tip d Until VM st v..d States, together with rpre'en-. ... ", RESTAURANT I
H kwve you hew th. conetont t n.4 >roim< oiiirios. a deoetr.r. Satires of the USDA regional research PORT II I
laboratory+' in New Orleans v" mBl
7. lmdit on ell mklnt *,- and chiefs of bureau In J
l /sins b.h.rrr.) nllttt titan .m wets othtrs wkk then -, F 5m where I sit-by Joe Marsh I ISam's the U. 8. Department of Agriculture NCHE POLLACK.

Washington have, been
/. If you ere s psl.nti I o bkolic, wteitiluorloa( oscfcrnl a spending this week in Florida. .
/.Mire mown t. the d.rdp.ent d Harold MowVy, director the
d.i.kin, I. com..edaba Hens Florida Agricultural Experiment "

9. To continue winking II lush dpdvyw) of vM Station, outlined an itineraryand WE AVISH THE NEW OWNE1V
*.rv tiwy. tkw you/ neat oHor4 to Mcrificf. program for the visitors ,
C Wear Spectacles) \
which took them from Qulncyto
It, Only ono woek .f sec.> from home 94 uilnm b Homestead them \ SU/CESS
andlav. a AND ASK THAT YOU
d *im4 for yes r r.ry.
Tko WHITI CROSS SPITAL I Ter, Hi a a:> brood of de so muck of the time, w*'d lira quick look at research work, un- :'1
/ b your lowta) m isosind der way in the State as well
'I : for tko tTMtmont /yes, cond tion only Do M o, .ppro. two loam. h pr. '.ring! opec and let !lI.a! I. eontenlmeat as at citrus\ and ,other Indus 'I NTINUE YOUR PATRONAGE't .
basil l,. .0 <*mnif iro, or oavktful of tko Muiklo I.s.e I Ii taclet-whiul to botKt from a From 'whir, t sit. the human trie ,
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hi, : that Hiit kwplHl ,i sire In tko of
imtonca CspHkiCity.
you.
m.prrty order la
,. ,.ch aadtY., r..ro es I. curraa.d with sly ale urn race wastes a powerful lot of time Visit this week end will Include t w # :
1\4\;; '.' wash .. I.pa .n.a Writ* or oh pr..aol k. .*) olcokolw lynrfrome Mitt you poultry r era coy 10, too). whether a man should drink beer at Ona, the plantation and sugar
:!l.'J :: sps ,gsue dmlw, by eppelmm.we only. hens tee ch other through tot tmMt r cider..,whether a woman..houldcolerod mill of the V /8. Sugar Corporation 'J \ .
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and Instead of slacks at Clewlston and the Ever. "
ir or skirts Instcsd of '
4 0ghtin nd picking at ack other, see each other,through.".pen glades station at Belle Glade '. ,: ,


!{ ; I l1C 0 [CflOSS4210Cwtrtl R RI' they weigh M s and m around lay almost mor placidly wish tggt wi,, could gain 'brood Uclejf to of livngnd c tolerance.no.let-bve that like*Sall\n.blus .. at A session.trip Homestead to the' subtropical will. conclude. station the j Mr.tandMrs. Bertjamin : GoaaaraI .


'r' her oecolord giats.s l for ku- FIELD DAY lltLD
.. fag,,tea 80 thatlel..dit A vegetable crops field day was
I' Awn* rk, 3.5601 St ..tt....r.. Fto. ,llnf and crltKiung, Uk held in Indian/ town this afternoon (
!I This N..ltol to ... ".". with sap .Km Iw.lM. ...... .MM ww ..wCprbm we sponsored by.the Everglades \
'" IM7 I Experiment Station in

f'', Cerrr i(,ltf,ViuuJ Sutu Brnun Fouadadq. Belle Glade Assembly ate: p.m. ..
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; >Q HAS BEEN TAKEN AWAY BY ILLEGAL SEINING.

ENDING OF SEINING WILL MEAN A REVIVAL OF COMMERCIAL FISHING INDUSTRY-IN MARTIN COUNTY AND 17fRACT'

: I THOUSANDS 'OF ''TOURISTS WHO HAVE FORSAKEN MAMlN COUNTY ON ACCOUNT; OPHjHESE ILLEGAL SEINES THAT WILL SLAUGHTER:

f t ALL OUR MARINE LIFE FROM A FISH THE SIZE ,OF CTDR THU.MBITO' A SEA COW AS Blthls. AN AUTOMOBILEDON'T : '.1.'


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i I !, I FAVdR OF'AND'.WILL. SUPPORT THE'LEGAlQMMERCIAL FISHING' '

\ I'' ; ; BE MISLE1 nfiND WILL DO AWAY WITH SEINING WHICH, IS JUST Tft HAkMFUL TO THE INDUSTRY FISHERMEN- a

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,. lay'';". I INSTRUCTIONS! TO Vote for any Candidate, make.'a Crud(X)) at the Right, of his N Maim "
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For rresidentJat ElectorLTGroup ; For Democratic NatloBal'bmmittee-1bn'' : For Delegate' National Democratic Convention For State Representative p p(9a t,
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two "I. 4 (lea lor O..I ''' -State at'Larie-Women : ( ....0..1 "

IIW.MO-I _, ',; jALBERT ABBOTT.. "i "' Q ''5'' (V.t, to .Ffor.,(n{,,. _.40n1..4nead I\. y" GEORGE KEITH ,0

:iQ. ;. ADEEB \ 0 I JRA ABBOTT: ''"''"' /''" p MRS. J. R. ASBELL Q.( ".HENRY LYONS +0

I HELEN HUNT WEST, jf j- .' Q ALBERT ABBOUD, p .HELEN II.,BARRS' pMRsElGIN M. H. ROWELL 0
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;;f presidential Elector; f. F'. "< JOSEPH R. ALLSOPP ,' '' ;,\Q I ,-----.I'! ,EAYLESS'7"p' I II
For Sheriff: 4
Three }
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Group JAMES HERBERT, ,ANDREWS JQ HELEN'S.cAYNARp"p: '" ; _
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JOHN"it* o. JACKSON' 't QpotpresdentialElectors" ALBERT E. BARRS ,' +/ '' ,' p MRS. WALTER, {;PRICE BEVIS p' ROY C. BAKER t 1. : 'i'' ., QG. ,
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InriiHfinBr' .." 1''>. HINTON BRAPBUUY; 'p J ', Jl MRS. AGNES_ BREIG' q > M j (DICK),HANCOCK> )' ..' I;',.10 '
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> MORRIS M. BROWN ?" .Q MYRTLE BROWS pMRS. '
( For Tax 'AIJ8 880r; ;, '')',
Group Five PAUL BROWN \p ,) EVANS, CRARY p, tv... t is o.a ":'f I e 1 4l
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(WI..O"I. .1 .JERRY, W. CARTER: D DIAL E M.DOWLING p[ -A. C. COURSON !J -:: ,0 Ii,
i LOUIS M. ANDERSEN 0 ,
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J. r. )H.! DePASS '. fp I HAYDEN IIARRISS, (MRS. B< M.) p HUGH D. STUART A' ''O"
II: PHILLIPS P ' "; r;' I"'' i ".* i ,.r/ I
.J 1" SAM.FOUR / 7' ."tQ" MARGARET MASON Tp "
[BAY SELDEN \\ P 1 V For County Judge !P,
GEORGE A. LANE D' EDNA: PEARCE ; r p ((Vrt. tenOP*) '
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I For Presidential Elector;; J" V ,ARTHUR M. McCARTHY'_ 'K "Vo'" MRS.JOHN PUGH 0 ARTHUR, RTcLQNTS / ),; 0 ,,'"
Croup SixUwf.O. '..> vI JAMES WHITEHURST "'' T"" ] /P WILLA JAE STEERMAN ', "p ,HARRIS RLOWERYJ: :JR. >, ,t'." 0 "

I *\ i .. LUCILE TALLY Q .,' ,
WILLIAM COATS l P For Democratic National' CommitteeWoman '--' '' v f For Member Board of public Instruction ....

J R.v P M'pM.M.irt i IDislrict'4: JI
|JOHN EPPERSON .. 4Vol la 0.
t QMRS.LENA tva. 'Of' 0..1) .
MRS. J I) ALDNR IA
LOUISE NEIL j( ) ALFORP, p OTTO J. MATOU6EK Q -
Presidential''Elector
For ; BIRD p"MRS 1 ,- 'r'r1 It
I Croup Seven JOSEPHINE V. Bobliji1} V" p D. L. (RED) WILLIAMS 0 0 ":: --f

|.... M. owl ..' .. ,-r,., JOYCE M. BUTLER ,' DJtRS. ;LILLIE IL DOWDA p[ ;\1:
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For ComrnisslonerPrecinct
CLY"Di\V ATKINSON ; MRS GAYLE HARMAN 'p Cqunty .,
VGff.F.WlLKINSo'N \ ,
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P' MRS. RUBY ,McCIIESNEY .- p | : c ; I IIt
[ { \t ,. RUBYE F. GILLOOLY ( Q THOs., R. HELL1ER:; .' Q ;' II'

For Presidential Elector l r .. MARY MOORE (MRS. T, V.f),, 1 1 i>" P ? .. ,MARY;: D. SULLIVAN ; "p, G.,W. SHIPES '' "'""' '''Vp,1 ;:!-., ,, '. ,' ; :;

Croup Eight \* MILDRED TAYLOR (MRS:)). DHORTENSErK. RANDOLPHfE, SPINNEY. "' ,' P, :' Y I, IIJ ," Ip
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For Delegate National DemocraticCon- WELLS j '" .; : I IA
.***.. Otool' i ..' i ----i vention -State at Large-Men, ( RANSOM R. ,.TILTON f' ''Q \,1 ? ":1

CLARENCE.N. GUIRE P 1 ,.. '
('Volt i t..r Eliilitl For Delegate National Democratic Conven- For'County Commissioner-Precinct 5'' ,I
DRANK vi, HAZELTON P 4004.40.54.140WILLIAM 'tlon- -Sixth: Congressional District.Menv.a : .. ; ; ,
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"... ...11..' 1'D. '" ':. ROBERT HvANpERSON p ,CURTI& ,,B)' :tl ', =,,_1'', "' 0 R. STEFFRh : 0: \ 1J :
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(DOG.) AKIN : '0ii ,\ r., 'FENWIOK PAUL COLE p'. .For County Co'inmi98ionerFrccincts; 74& 3Vuu' I ; I ,,

I AiW-Jl.toor) ; .,y 0.COLL'i .oHARLES '? '> J. E. JIOLLENBECK D] ( ,., OMJ, ._. \i '-'-<- ; \:- j j:1)
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BENARR MacFADDEN. 0 ClIAS 11. WARWICK, JR. p C. M. FLETCHER 7 D
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DAIS MCCARTY' ,' 0 L r"''"' I I :: .
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BASIL IL rOLLlrr'f'.T Constable-Precincts-1; 2. 3, 4, 5; 6Vol. ,
JOHN Q'BANNON 0
ROBERT C. BRQWN P ,
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MILLARD F. CALDWELL '"" ], p
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FIJIiER WARREN ,,}'. 'I. ,QJ ""' For Delegate; National Democratic': Convex'! .__ _
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C. A. CHRISTOPHER
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TOM .
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.SINCLAIR EATON tl: ;Women, f '1 MARVIN H. CROWE ;: ,D

-fl JOE HENPRICKS\ '/' P. 'fVo... l. 0..) )I. .. i ?
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n.'' r..11M ." JOHN W. U HiCKa" .''. D I ',JANE F/ALLEY V ;: -; 0f ((Vot tat 0..> '

,4 GRADY'"BURTON'' ;' 1,"-Ti':,' 1 r if ;"'-ptcWcREwa' ,( yr E KITE, SR. J '''.' r-'D CHRISTINE EDENF1ELD, '0 J. APPEASE |I.._Q ,9.jd.
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: ,/ rj JAMES F, MATTHEWS,, 0'A"Wii'MORRISON C. !li. W A RON
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RICHARD/ W. (DICK) ERVIN P : > I jl5 .,RUTH S. WEDGWORTH'' 0 J. M. WATSON J I :

i HUGH L, McARTHUR V D # j. iiARPiN PETERSON' _p. I .. \

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EDWIN : WALDE "p .. .
.<;. ERASER- J. |RVIN "

C.M.PAY:; 7' ; \A I"" DH. 'J" .. "MARTIN COUNTY; :FLORIDA ..
(Foil !I.I.V Itlh._. u l'rMIoIeol 111,.. ./ d. P"v j r
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; NORMAN STEPHEN TONIC, JR. j; ..P \\'t.::' ; : -: '"
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EDWIN LARSON,'' T P (lOW TM.t,..: L WrI." M Pi..M.n>l.l,\V"" l.'.t>' Del ,.tes'to' Republican National. Conven; lAMES" s.nid 1. MEREDITH II. ...:_... ; W.Nd' Nik..l' 0I' ( : -ILt : Ufor

DR. WARREN E. ANDERSON v. (p tion State at Large 1
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State Superintendent' of Public GEq ii GE n. ASBELL Q IUD'.oIr1toItod.' : _

, iMtruction! ';\ ;r \ ,. FRED GONE i p ALEX AKERMAN. JR. ";D iixth' Congressional District-Men I
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T(1M( D.BAILEY,0' EARLE W. pAY) PiTB. I DAVID A. D' IUi..tnJW ;tJ' ,0., C. AUSHERMAN 0
IOBERT PO NELL P y MILES H. DRAPER )
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- FRANK O. TAYLOR /K-: J "Q B. GEORGE GRIFFITH: .0 DOLPIl Gj WULF O.

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FACE EIGHTEEN lHt sraA 't NEWS, STUART; MAim COUNT*, ItOWBl, THtRSDAT. APRIL,M. W_

pG OClOr:=:aOCII ,i aeaot-s, lotlsonoHorticulturally


( I (!Pitt tuart e\u.\ JONAH OF ssIl""Y1Kaa LAKE SUCCESS? LETTERS Speak' ,l

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Published every Thursday at Editor Stuart flow LETS.FOREST KR UNDRAINED AClIEJ',

Stuart, Martin County, Florida, May I offer ant gahslalia l from By A. lit Mw/saws \ ;,
a by Stuart Dally News, Inc a my husband and myself on the est'ellent i
I ; PACE Florida corporation. and interesting mp f fea- A antes of srtklet appearing recently Inh\ ramp, yes'

Entered as second-class mall hired on the front page of The,Stuart stresMtt! the desirability M well all businew fonsyi;: ,! I n n,4'. C

CLIO ATV matter'' at the post office ate News for April 1. thane owning will kind! ncreuge, of fcireiting!<< ..a"'rillc" Il.nb ;.(c II
Ile
Stuart, Florida. under the Acta
Lm of March I. 1879. Mis M( -ley Slid Mr DiUch tnrnett ling trees which, it to siserted, will yield a hatidsom" j,1 Tn. wO 1 e
Ad' FREE PRESS out an encelleiit job,- presenting to be cut for : a
/ i A yean from planting, a portion piper pulp .nme let
and the ur
a 35 YEARS OF SERVICE the ton ares
ppanPalm' w i rTh6W It and understandably and the larger trees to be reserved for lumber P
and rounding se cjenrly
t:'. at t.n ,.t1!/ I hw. wu r.tubllh" ..,-: I With the virgin forest of VanUTJlng Eden epikhh b
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Whilacllli ) k. Mwrt tilUM. tdi..t,
A FREE PEOPLE tar....r Uo 1If..n.lAxesino IS. and the woodsmun'l! this ,., .
;: "1Yla. .M ... 11"_ Mxxnsx. calla We have been teml-annual vfelton ; fug' .under forest fleet I... 4( f
elblyi. whmY' Th. t:.Th.. can.........1'.Ilr.Ud...N.. .M. / to :Slant: for I number of year, lion for reforesting culover lands sit ltd Stale u kith n l\'h\ tW f

rr' i M.d, ,., "' _:. 11'11. I...tn.1. thanks to line \ ennlltnt salesman tremily cotwnwndabla, being Especially adapted t\l1\ |tl| ,,U4X II
'' rurm OIl.
In
j t snnlA; rlinM..... Urraluwr.0"-: klit, ])' of Captain Ted J'rtoBtn't Stuart tri of well' interested (In
-- --- ----- getting ui I
kxikfni forward hares brought under cultivation Y \
1. glnully Now we are. ;
I to the lime when we shall But here. in South. Floikl nur problem diffimit. \\'b.1"\

become permanent; resident. terrain largely 41 Wl Us s floor! and with, tliouuiMl. lIiL i
,: : ''t ./ MEMBER @ 19,48KCWIN been much interested and fUtwondt, too wet ,
VV. have very (4. awes" of swamp' *t't ; t'I5I'tL"' shill grot,

3 ''f .t J In the proposed new l hrklgm, pine tunbtir, salt worth (lie taxe*' for grazing, and f,it".1W') 'ito

\ rJ" and believe advantage Oiey! lire\ Stuart going to lie of yet) has {(Mind s priicjlcal use, there yet remains s'ptMibllit i, )' fort, J Jnation

great th ,, with. tiuilw that thrive, di\
-- but ,
it nly ,
"n & A. .JIKNNlNrkKt : ;. .. ,.."........11.... ". Will yon pease enter u' at mib SWAlnp IIIId r
"t .RKS8T V. LYONS .. ..... ,_".....Editor r tuVN to The Stuart Newi I en l flowed) 1 UKS.Sucb ,'
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"Po4, /OHM WILLIAM U. MINNINKtHHKH. H III'\'H"I.1.\ Ady.rll.lr' .,.udnn.. M.ntorMnrxrW i. + .*. Frank 0, Button of 'teml..tropical AiiklntliJ and the *..ilh... tea islands! etas Ri_

e --"".'---MARY HARTMAN _. --- ,txi.tr EdlM, ? ,y w. rr 4914 Fart'Norfolk Meadow Virginia.BnwJ!. Jut way, of the HKalplu fllmil)'. Introduced ::11 tin "tuy" \ \\ \

; StrnSCRtPTION RATES the lowot, Florida tad aw by 1 1l Jolm G, tifford n UKUHICmicf C f<
? ar. ./oI.n om r.., u ter w'.r. .. .,..........:.._UM !
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I Editor NrwssI IC\C'I'.I'. later by+ wrilmt kite Cxmty 'IfI1 Iht tae.
Short) *
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..............., n... ..ttA.. aWwn n. marY.wwi ......... 'he ,earl year
.n niWlanlun t
will and
.' : G. Mltl ... .hJ'r1,.nuble ,_,.."........ I am hire Hint! (this kttor roust< !:, it hu proved\ climatically adiiplecf' gnmt usWr L11,b
\ ra. A..all.r..s. ra+. 4 n. Fu.l xlY:.rni.I4. .J-.-',::_th u..:.fur .eYU4/kalaq/. .1.8 Ywa never' I bo published but in the in like, the cypress, It'.inunliinf! loving std\ 1 niuken IIKOT "upid<1t"1
: terest of f fair play and 1 good journalIsm swamps. and.. tmdraliied IMwoodn.\ .

'i'- NATI ALEDITOt IAL_ I fa I ft my duly to pretest' the '. Tie Cnjepui bus muliy') advHiitiigei\ : ( slash ;1I1M ,lt ..j |

t m1 ASSOCIIITIONsw article! h you April 13th issue, mly tliriv In first W\fl\ t<< petals dud swamps, but M, wok"rori ik ,,.
subject; "No!< recommended few reelection > wet.' It makes possible the utilization bf umlraiiKp 1 4 Ano !I'", I
MEMBER OF-TIIE ASSOCIATED PRESS :' prai Aneel.t..l Ps. I..rtkd .rlwir.li w M. tee k. y.NMtlai of all la. permiinentresident t than shah will I
STk Since! I hove. been It develop' more growth i in 10) years pine Ig
tac.1 Pew. nrlntH hi ch I uw.c.W r. k..ell M 'l AP Mw. d.p l tekM
.... of Stuart I have enjoyed The grcatftt' : liiuurd In 1ill'Mh1111anting oat asi,J

HOW TO COUNT THE RETURNS reading your alleged ncw-ipaper!' live cooing ul' Hjxwgy( !( liwiiEitlng); hark the C a j ... ,. I and I am surprised' shocked!, .and fond flits that I have dubbed It "the firepr' tin,'\
:; Flection clerks and inspectors in Martin County's 8 annoyed that Itn Item of{ veil" ix'RJ' ( esdilitisliol maniafullyivitlittanxling'irdense' !heat. i II I d ryui,

.... precincts will nave much time and get the results to the tire news value wa Incorporitcdon again 'trim the stump after 1.'f1lthlg., while dish" pnlurever titIp r
'': J people far faster if they will use the following method in page 1. The while' article may .
counting the ballots. Jf do irrepnirable harm to the m indivl .
All of tine Cajrput are conunerclully vat, .itj 11 Ikj j
FIRST : Begin at the right hand column) of the ballot 1The' duals involved and I can: tee no inch" tree ports known to the writer. Blooming when akIt ,

J ?, With State Repe entative and count* the local contests first. gad reason {.or Mi publication. has been authoritiilively declared to be: tlie, use" ,said( 1
.. Count each contest xeparately Omni all subscriptions o>
my [plant yet introduced" : into Fkirkla Tine wood tissue Iardl';
,: SECOND : After all local races are tallied-one at a of. tin! writing worked and admirably'adapted to )furniture mdclnj.

e time-switch to the State offices midway down the left State Needs a Man Like Sidney Marcia Nlm'!w. I, lie spar Urtiiuated bars\; 'much ndemlrln rk prmidiliitrfHHi t(
i ,I column of the ballot beginning, with Oovernor and count
rolil, and is \ valuable lnuiSheikling
and n\to
p Dear" Mm Morse: i against f beat i im' | >
these at time.
one race a
from the tree till bark tail I b" readily, .
readily rough mmMK
t '' .. THIRD. Count the presidentiat elector, national Being human, we occasionally
tinder into iliett of uiuf">rrr ifs mid'urn .. t
Governor ami) |
For Will tied, Inonrniirated pressure
S committee, and Democratic dt'legatesoffices.. Dan McCarty <'IT. but never .
., .i FOURTH : The law requires that a complete recordof thereto point as to whether"good .,,
/ journalism" '(consul, ''In tilling the Fnsn'tla> leave* .4. valuable medicinal oil 1* liolll1l11 J s, I I''
In ;
the vote be posted the polling place after the elect<<: Reprinted from the Miami Herald of Sunday; April 25)) .
alert to with old.time but nrtw little knowt is U!
ticn Tired clerk and inspectors often forget this-which truth or being constantly t remedy physicians
creates confusion and sometimes holds up public knowledge I. election of for leadership, went to war and returned all the human factors lnv< Ived, Believe change In dregs! just: as they" do with Wearing. nppanl A "swan, ale.l t,
The imposes on
v of complete returns for two or three days after election a governor fired with seal It or not, we deeply appre- fur many yean m teal south sea islands once told mi 'hat dune""
'" from the battle fronts a i
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Be sure to designate one of the counters to attend the voter one of the gravest responsibilitiesof to devote the rest of their lives of peace elate your protest; and we take this Influenza epidemic! pf 1917 in the Islund bf New Oikdoiua thewJwtillvd .
I.;.' to this important duty before leaving the polling place citizenship. iri civic service to their country.'The' means of assuring! / you and all flue, ( Cuji put oil from the tree*, taking It inloniully ud liar alien
NOTE : po not try to count the whole ballot one bal Because of' the high order of the of- other teaclicrj. at Stuart ttlioot were laved.When .
f.! lot at a time, because if you do. no results! will be available rice, its direct Relationship Fort Pierce farmer-businessman that novel* at !any time would we I in 1 Mill,Kklph'ia, name years ago tie .writer railed ll, dr \ ,t4c from your precinct until tho entire count is'! completed *-> I to every ii an outstanding representative of the type deliberately embarrass or .(nuke f i ttl1l '\'k.l ClmnkiJ.Gx.nf l'111II'ltmt are mwlokk" lv add'
have been
which
f I,;; which may be late next morning I phase of state: government of young manhood\ to we into public more difficult p because of urgIng when equipped, get with lent>J.llr.. Fact //II. The News hat Caji-piit\ Ural entalvptut! ,are alirHnt Hentll-iil in chi'iimal Wand
the
r life to rejuvenate political system
A FOOLISH'BALLOT the: intimate Influx the,newness and the freshnes sof viewpointand championed and will continue to while Imported f ucal 1) tu' oil te a chief! Ingredient' of M t
ence the governdr champion all teacher who are the ducts should the time \ when there.il! a plentiful siippl. of* *
which these troublous crane
won't for
It is a safe bet that 80 cent of the voters approach
H- per exercises on the victims of petty forces opposed to nil he their it imt." sd of ntui '
pro- : ''aiM,1e it might to advantage to use ;
a: know .who or.what they are voting for on two-thirds of the gress and development times call, values of i Mtcgnty. and charm-tor oil
( candidates listed in Tuesday's giant Democratic primary, of the state DAN 'MeCARTY does not come to There lea question \\1oo.IIK.'lhe .
+ t I While. it fa truevthat the Cajermt lee it 'ot nurtku!* N III
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in the
ballot the voters of Florida inexperienced
natural) and unde"t..ndllhko
sir ,\': A total of 148 candidates' are listed! --25 for state offices 4 voters primary at the shouldast May ways of state rov nment. The recordHhoWS mend over the story should lie rcft-nt alII). I!condilioni ft bat been noted'that It only.leedi:' itlf" or>> Irrs" HIM
i'. -26 for Martin County offices-and 97 for Presidential ballots af : ed at the which wt, acid .)fl ash ai ke" have. on tine lower. west! road c if FVinii.ll'in '
: their newspaper published Lee little packet' of ceedi recelvd. trust MdtnAintnilid -
electors Democratic committee posts and as delegates --" County from a
ter mature and s f I the fides or at the 'njioolageucle '
': to .(he National Democratic Convention. searching consijera: .1'l, 'In 1 19\tI\ ) he vas ejttcled to the Legislatureatthe which. AVcomplishcd; the in j.inuary J91JJ, it bu gone! native ai In its. horn, .adt.'"'
It is in this latter category( the 97 party posts, that tion of the various IRe ol 24. He served\ three successive tpnru.In deed In closing:, we winild[ fir spreading over ,tlxinsumls of ores <>f iwamp and W( otdx,
S confusion relgni Do) you know who Willa J. Steerman irf? candidates quiet, forceful thunder "and }his manifest rather have' as a ftihscriber growing the native" repress In the iwamp*. It hm\ itso' 11I\.1 !
\ It, Or W. E. Kite Sr. ? Wesley' C. Belch Those arj. just As tire winner at ahihry were qnkUy! seined by his fellow{ luwrrmkers positively you to our Mwgraki \hunts of the'Evergludee. West .>f Oavle anti! promisrt w
:i j l: three names picked at' random out of 63 candidates for the Democratic primaries t Tht 1941 Home: << nuinkl him speaker Tints at the limn"pointing to negatively( impersatkmk of time. )III subs ud' that vast area of trstkleii marsh r, I ffMl *

i .delegate f> the convention It'i going to be your job to on May 4. etc of 2'J! he was the youngest" man'In the history of f canceDitmn to your subscriptionwithout accept of CaJa
E i tote for eight men and eight women as delegates from the and May 25 will-, hands to t hold this position, t11rd.! ... nklng officer\ akktng. yon to reconsider) it often Nature tun sliown (the way, when- vitl lmmtot" and .
State.at.large and for one man and one woman as delegate short of a miracle t to, (lie slat governments CnrdiullyThe. men wake up to the no&sibihl*i,of lea Cajeput tree b 1Ift11tg! $t
from the 6th Congressional- District Forty.three are the contrary be Dan McCartythe lie was active In. supporting legislation! to promote Editor Moridas\: wet and unproductive ttrftf
:; umnstructed! ," one is pledged to Eisenhower and one ia next governor of Florida, Dade County the Wl'lfolta.lf our public schools, Up acted I
r: pledged to Truman and 18 are in the/ Democratic rebellion she.uld consider well the siuatjon piMitivcly' for the interest of agriculture, especiallyin niiiiimiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiimiiiiiiiiiiiihLet's' WHERE INFAIATION BEGINS ,
\\ill to Fielding L. Wright Governor of the establishment of the highlyI1Il'CnICul state al t tolu
;I camp pledged support With registered voting strength estimated / Paul II. Nystrom Professor of Marketing
Mississippi, as Democratic nominee for, President of the at a a quarter of all Florida, the votersof t.irmers. 'markets. The field of road safety found him ,Laugh bla University; recently rave the country some> Iw*"
United Mates: fighting for m'atlo'lof the state highway patrol He. lion eVtltlll>
It which it may not likes but which U must
'. + ... What are the inlra.party political complexions of the this!. county It can possess, in! fact a great, be the political decisive potential was iri the forefront of the' 1939 legislative leaden uiiiiuif,:iimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii i t I I I I I I I/ l I l l l take tq heart "When a government issues MontY 'fill

: 4S: :Uninstructed" delegates' '!' They are going to cast our weight to balance the elections on 'way or who defeated said tax k'gisliitmn which came nearer OVERRATED than goods and services produced you have inf11!

t vctes to nominate a major party, presidential candidate the other. This begets art abligatlon '. to pajnoge at tense time than' \at any olherseseknn.Jiocanse : "It I oil wrong /shout} those trfeh be said "When wages rise faster than products J
,arTd we'don't know most of them from Adam They are ,We should power use it to help the people I of fit service on Governor Oil dwell; "iCllweni bring' good( fighlen./ likewise have Inflation Tile' only>f MY f thing we ban
i just names on a ballot to us, which Is a silly and idiotic1way.to 9f Florida select a: governor for the corning Tax Committee before the 1941 Leghla: Year learn from this inflation ia that wage Increase ;M*
.i '
\ exercise the franchise four who will be a worthysuccessor lure. Mr McCurty Is undoubtedly u famllwr with Surer Last Right( me and m, ported by' increases in the production are Jdenllral"
.. In an effort to clarify this matter, The News tailed one to Governor years Caldwell, a man who will advance Villas complicated! tax' ,tnictura.as! any public: brother and two other guyi)' Kcled principle to the( Issue of unregulated and unsecured\ ,W
the Associated Press Jacksonville bureau to supply us with the state in every department and in flgnre In the (state., 01Tnimbull: Cheer. money Such wage increases will In the long Tun pw"

:' : the Information-and this efficient news-gathering setup : section from PenSacola to Key West. : -r :- precisely the same inflationary Affects.
.. was stumped. .wiring us Monday : very IT 'IS SIGNIFICANT that large numben! of TIMBERNew'TeadlrrGhee. str''*
::' WISH WE HAD INFORMATION YOU ASKED l lit these circumstances The Herald "legislators! who seized with him at,laltaliassee are 1 want The deterrents on production are'many worker?'!
JJ I recommends that you vote for Dan Me you one, So are deliberate slowdowns, whereby
It RE DELEGATES. WE POLLED 112 DEMOCRATIC iKtivtly supporting, Mr. McCarty.This }. all fo be at quiet a* you can naiad
RELEGATE CANDIDATES AND ONLY 57 ANSWERED Carty of Fort Pierce, The times call for a independent! pressure-free Floridian hal quiet that )you can hear *:pin;tan go through the motions and operate below work any dll1' .,

OF THESE. TWO SAID THEY WERE governor of the. native ability, capacities Ixittlod many, of the lobbies> that have such a powerful drop \ capacity And so'are abnormally short -
,,t ,t FOR TRUMAN OUR POLL OF REPUBLICAN CAN and youthful vigor and experience of thisdistin&uished f .hold on the legklature! ,, It is an assurance that I Piping Voice (after ww-p silence! work weeks, which make it impossible to jet enouj

;. D1DATES IS INCOMPLETE citizen: wIlls Ills administration governor ,would be free !from ensued)-Let 'er dmpl-The'Drill_ flowing into the hands of the public. .
f t The ballot Is far too long and should be simplified ,family backgound is l rooted in their Inflinc ..* er. No Intelligelt'man) wants to deprive labor of Jf
." The majority I'< f the State' r polling places will not finish pioneering Floridians. His grandfather Mr McCurty is endowed with a strong sense of "'.- The highest attainable degree of pwp?tl
t' i counting Tuesday ballot until early morning hours Wednesday established the citrus orchards which Mr. public service He believe that no man should go QUALIFIEDEmployer all, has always been'the American goal and it alwhl'be. t

k -find many thousands Of ballots will! be tossed in McCarty manage at Fort Plerct! with his to due popple' and uk for the office of governor, We 'want a'respnnuble But, to qqote Dr. Nystrom again, the surest J"dissipate
'', et k the ash-ran (because voters! will become confused and cast brothers. He's a man of thejoil. ILls love without having first compiled, s ercord of progressive boy In thb fob the strength of thus country would 'b. '

i' their ballots for too JOany delegates I cf the good earth has sharpened his perception intelligent leadership In hi*.own community' Applicant-I'm youf 1>oy,. Evwy." "the ,debasement of puchaslng Tower and by tire re
an dappeciation of the great business Mr McCarty' \has inch a record. where Ive worked, where any. thin ,of productive energies"!

', WHERE WE STAND which ia all Florida, whether It be Thf/ State of Florida would not suffer or be em- thing went wrong' they said.| was Every worker, whether he l ia employed In agdmni<< 1 i
i tourist industrial or agricultural 'txrrrawdshould Colin English William Shands 'or responsible! retailing or anywhere else can, help fight\ Inflsdol
: The people of the United States are 100 per cent Dan MeCarty 1* not a professon! l Fuller Warern he elected governor i the best job of production possible That i ids
RACE
OF GENIUSOnce
doing
dictatoriaovem
arainst the oppression and brutality/ of politician.( In fact, those who are handling Nevertheless, Above all the candidates The our standards of living are to be 'preserved

?' ment Recent, figures indicate that 80 per cent of the Federal tical his blood campaign with,which. are he of has the, grown new podia up. erant tlerak)rriiitificallons,believes( that, the.Dan abilities McCarty sod hal) the the capttdtlej prepond tra rehearsal during Arturo) Toacaniud';was.' !-lUI""ln".....'...-......".."i i=mmmnnununtununnunhunnuWords ::-: : : :| u."|.'.""tlllIlIlIlIlIIJII......

w budget for this fiscal year is.in payment for past wars and pleading for fortissimo and .
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10
He of that Florida youth that, while that make iof a. successful governor 'We recommend
I II Iao the maintenance nt our present military establishment- the musldwi, were not responding, of WisdoitiIlllllllllliiiiiimiiitiiiiiiiiiiimiiiin
fitting itself manfully a few years ago I him for your vote M the May 4
p primary '
ind that 85 per cent of o.ur'total federal budgets since After.teVeral" effort the men, In : '"
i' .. J11&: rrve: ben i for war, or preparation or payment for I "' CREETINCS desperation, gave their all and pro IIIII ....m..............,................""""..'....ii...Ill11 il iiiuiiilllllllllHH'...I... I I
The right lUte of mind, the feeling between SEASONS
:: :2 I.r.< ,. All of this has been in support of America's .con- nationq i.! for right for duced a' good LOUD forttaimo I When we ,build let ui think Every man bat twO td]
4 ",,,,,fion < < the cause of freedom. But within the past de- settlement a of* necessary,, vexed questions a lasting of territory pac as 'of the racial just The .church was crowded on At"hut Toracaninl waj pleased that we build (forever. Let It nut that which./ b I give"1 to
or
r, T'in'e: nalldnf have: withstood merciless! military assaults Caster unday The pastor, recalling : finer he laid, hit' face be for tot which" he tie
and national wreathe:! \presto delight, nor that
allegiance. The whet
of nations the o4h
r family I r,
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o. the In smilesThen I .
-ferutlly with Atnetlca's assistance! only to' undergo pollbeta many Sunday wiJh pewi present! we alone, .tt be such Bait... .
will
Itt ,
: l and econOni" changes which destroyed the people'sfreedom have to guaranty to each nation that no nation shall two-thiraf empty, announced M s ,.iuddeiily,his mood chime I work at our descendants him rlE. Of the Iwf
1 just! as effectively if the military attacks had violate its political l independence or Ito territorial Into,. level tones "I realize that there are sd. Angrily be lore his I watch I at (for, and let think will thank latter Is by far the qHAfndreda
rity. That i* the bans, the only conceivable: basis for the M M we lay anal.ak
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been Successful nuny! here who Will nut be With us from hU pocket, dashed the costly !tone on stun that 8u that II I
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> future of the worU. a time fa to ,
peace again until next Easter time. I take timepiece to the floor. I out kd I
COme when rorll
chair of life. The busiest Is fhe Wpodrow W.Uoi. those ttonel wfll be amass, .ins smut
Work Is the true man ow this' opportunity of wishing them a :"Maestro why Ire held
you agryrapkeut I sacred because mf hands himself. Jilt t1WJ
Excellence in U .- for
art at.
happiest SMB. any or profession Merry Christina one of the puzzled musician have queer 1)N dIsh.t.
nl tamed only I by bard and persistent work. Nner' belttT* There U nothing that solidifies and strengthens a -' "Whynechned the master "If I will touched them, sad that men constitutes air real "

I that you are perfect. When a rnn imagines, even after i nation like reading of the nation's. own history, whether EASt jpr yod men can produce a good Mrt.inimo I Jabot lay and? they look. upon the Wh5"ly

c years of striving, that he has attained perfection, his decline that history I. recorded In books or embodied In customs "What doe your husband; work ,why did you not do it the hem, "Seel*wo ihi ghf substance of ,taught leWom slick e*
| .begins. institutions and monuments. sir # E. E EagaU "11II1I- fat cant fathom, M I lnd hk. taut ,

Sic; Theodore Martin. .* Joseph Anderson. "Interrali( ....$xehreage., JtrartiniL ul"w ourael,..,..
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...... flit STUART NEWS,ITOART, MARTIN COCNIT_ JOOEIDA,_ THURSDAY, APRIL 28, IMS. 4MGB NINETEEN


J lA'L ;PEWS and the WEEK IN STUART New Item nie for this1 befor'paper noon must sq Wednesday reach tat nutipapei I }

a l Jl I------oc! Happenings "Mi"MARY hse 35-W HARTMAN, Society Offle= 10* t'(illHi, "jl, II I


i i Ngg, BA('!tvs HOSTESS CARDED; CLUB' TOUR I MRS. AICLER HONOREDAT for. and Mrs. Edwin Mr. and Mrs E. P. Crocker yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Fred: Joss left .Mr:. and Mrs DoZIer Baker announce '""I' (1.1 '

pull PARTY FRIDAY I The Garden Club Tour to I I8aker' HomeDemonstration NUMEROUS\ HARTIES for the past year MLoQuade'j ended their lUh winter Apr. 22 for an extended tour of the coming< marriage of'I' "

1s scene' River Drive have moved into,! will visit Mr. and Mrs. B. J. en Knight of Jacksonville, i 1
Lnie A. a**" WM the Beach, will be Monday. All York City; Who has been visiting summer home!! on Nantucket bl "ij+
their which will
new home In Bunny Acres Schroeder In Clewlston and take place Saturdayat
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len hi,,' interesting party Friday member desiring UI'/ s.Wried Notes Iq Stuart and Tropical Firms f -. and. Mass leave In her care their baby, I p.m. at the Riverside Baptist e I
,lenln*. A Jteak rout was fot-! '.&t tad UIII tran porta.tlolt lor-JIOltt8 time, bee been the recipient Mr> and Mrs. Carl Barton of -e- Terry Lee until their return. In Church. Knight Is the son of Mr, "
William H.
JQftd l W the> thowlnjt of motion ehalnrian\ ...,. W. C. Armor L By MISS tCCllE INSCOE of many parties Jn her Miami spent 'Sunday with Mr. Corl, James H.Mitchell Reardon William Jr. and Tuscaloosa Ala.i'wM'Skld- and Mrs. L. E Knight of Miami ,I ;', I
R pkturel taken in and near Pitt.- phone 1(7. asked honor 'The latest of these waa and Mrs. Harry Showalter *t his brother, ixmaid V. Reardon I>>o'r of : and Jacksonville The ouple ,. I "' ,
,D. C., by their, home pn Indian River tain their son. Fred Jr., while will male their home >tr. 2859 ;
burrh and waah1nrto that everyen hating a car Many Inquiries l concerning an evening bridge given for her Drive. Barton Is associated with combined a boat trip with a fish- !then are. on the trip. College St., JactsonvHIe.-- .
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ChIrlu Oreenlel! son of Mr* available Hit It with Mn, Ar. Surinam cherries have come into last Thursday bV Mrt. L. B. Ash". the Miami Herald. lug expedition two days last Y I

a c. R. arsonists of Tropical tnor with the numbet'.f'per. the Home Demonstration office Icy, 1020) Riverside blue. Her -e- week. "

HUM Some of unusuaUnd flowering beauplcturei trees- son* It can accommodate Eachpcn recently, PerhaPs you would I b> guesU were Mica Ida'Abruht, Mr, and Mrs.. Dalton, Anderson Donald V. Reardon, commander f i t \ ,.t

4n S/ local and from forelpi .lt will provide his owrt. Interested in more Information winner of the high score plus, ot guests Camden her sisters Av,.Miss have Sybil had and as in. the Coast uuaru,, left by IILYR IIL II I III/Ie/ II Pru .I ; '

,ounbtes were shown by J:. A.IItnnlnl'tr lunch. This announcement will about the Surinam or Florida. Mrs. H. H. HIpson, who received Miss Hilda DeLoach, of Valdosts plane Sunday for Washington, Days J
r theridd'herwo second D. C. From there he will to
Those enjoying I therry. prize, Mrt. Talmadge go .
constitute the I Ga. Hilda has returned home
notice of
". Joe only Wilson, Mrs.. W. K. Mason, Mrs.Herbert Bar?) Francisco: He U the son of Stuart Florida
and Thin. hone of South. Florida's but Sybil will! remain for a Hum' "
children Mr. the tear, Mn. Armour uld.. II Ougan, Mrs Fred Hall the late James H. Reardon and THURSDAY"-FRIDAY
u \ mer visit. '
Joe 8. Oreehlera, Mn. L. 6: !hardy ornamental shrubs It Is and Mrs John M. If w, Jr. Mrs. Keardon or'Port Srwail.Mr .
1111 -e- SATURDAY
k Mitchell, Mia ACt: HIGH BRIDGE more frequently tor denotative and I I
William I grown
,may Mrs. :
\ Evans Crary, Mrs. SlanI
art of Miami house-guest of CUll HAS MEETING!; purposes than for the WESLEY GUiLU: ) I icy Smith and Mrs Earl Rlcou- and Mrs. John V. Mcnnln-: ti .. r rI
hoStess, Mr. and Ml* Mnj Value ot I It bright red or blackish WITH,, SCm.R FRIDAYThe returned gar' and son Malcolm, and Mrs. r 1I
A 1M The Ace-$Igh luncheon Bridge ? Saturday by motor Arthur Dehon and daughter, ( I ::1'
4 j! eftndMrs.jOreenleea Club met Saturday at the Homeof rd fruits!! with their eight Women's Society for from Tampa where (they attended Sandra, and William H. -Mitchell )

I 4i.i., HOIUS!! TO CHANGE Mrs. L. E.: Ashley on Riverside 'conspicuous ribs.-Tbe, plant pro Christian Service entertainedthe the P.E.O. convention. enjoyed a' trip on' the ,: .,.
Drive Mrs. Herman Algler, Wesley Guild "With a covered -e- '
ducea Inland Waterway'Sunday visit""
in abundance / li
crops sev-
i change in the hours of Bap- houseguest In the Ashley home, dish supper at the Methodist! Mr. and Mrs J. M. Fuller,, Ing frfends'ln Hobe Sound en- I W I'
L .M church worship beginning was a guest of the club whose oral! times a year. Church Friday evening With River Forest,Ill,, visited Mrs, Edward route. I ,
sands: ,18 announced( by the Rev. members present were M.... E. A.Wenninger. The fruit maybe used fresh about 45 members and guests Swann two days last wek -C.->
e phii! Maxwell Until further noun Mn. R. B. McPher cooked and used as a sauce, or present, Mrs. J, J. Richards gave at her home ,on Bewails Polfit; a. H. Gallagher of'New Bruns ACTION on 1870 America'sWestern expI vs \, '
nC the evening service will! be son, Mrs. Roger Spicer, Mrs. Ev- made Into jam. preserve or Jelly an interesting report of the annual They .were on their way home wlc ,-Canada who has spent the rim.! .lusty, laughing, 9 ngcavalrymen'lgsimt I ,
wm at t I Instead of 7:30: a* here- aha Crary, Mr*. Web Ordway, Because of the tart flavor the Florida conference held In after an extended tour'of Flor I.last two months'visiting the;Rev the red''.man'? 'rent
p utt) The Training: Vision Mrs f*. A. Arbogast and Mrs. E.: sauce somewhat' resembling West Palm Beach Apr. 13 and 14 ,ida. 'I R. M. Fenton and 'family, returned tribe-as loyal women love.s,, wait!
meting! for the summer will f. Smith.. The hostess and Mrs. cranberry sauce, the jelly or tart to which she was delegate from .0tDr 1 Saturday to his home
.b DejH it .T, instead of, 8:30.: Menlnger made high scores sherbet made'from' the cherry Stuart. "The Prayer Perfect" DInner guests and Mrt. : +*. e rnp1.1 HI
, juice are' bent nerved,with meat WILl sung hv Mia FJ1IIU Mot Charles E. Lane of Bewails Point < Mrs. Charles W. Holt ot
or fowl. The cherrIeS combine \-wiwhO was accompanied fi by Saturday evening *5r ,Mra. Edward Bradt>nton. FU., and daughters,
I Now on DisplayNOROE well with apple and other fruits, Mrs Edna Coutant. Swann Mrs. R. Ingersolt i Judith Ann and Shirley, speni
, and may be used !In plea or puddings. and Mrs. t. L. Hausman. the week end with her mother, .
The Juice prepared as tor Mr.and M..'.. W.I L,Schaffer and -e- I Mrt. H. F. Johnson! of Osceola e .
,I ? eI1Nit jelly making, may be used as :an daughter .Mrs. Ray Schwcde, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Norris and I Ave.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIII.
interesting and different foundation with her son Tim, arrived Fri son Peter, spent Sunday with I : I
for an iced drink. The day to Join his wife and daugh- Mr. and Mrs J. Ralph Binder. l I I I I I I I I I I i t / l I l l 'I' ,
. juice of the firm, ripe cherries ter, June, who have been vacationing Thi Binders' sod Richard, visited -! Ill IllSOWN
elves a good test for pectin, and for some time at tin a few day with his parents DRESSMAKINGand I
the juice Is high in acidacidityand Rivervlew Apt. Motoring to Coral lust week. Other recent guests ALTERATIONS' j
HOMEFREEZER pectin are two essentials\ for Oables Saturday, they will leave of the Binders for a brief visit I u rnWL ., n,.. It> r. m I ,
jelly making. The fruit after for their home in Cleveland after were Mr. d Mrs. obert Slmp- Mable Archibald coons I I.I.W I.hi J
r gathering should be used as soon a few days visit In South lIOn and and Mrs. Charles I nee l s, ATLANTA AVG. mop .d Mont
as possible!, as they tend to develop Florida. Rice of CII ago. I Ifillllllllll IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfhfURNITURE I :
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a bitter taste on standing -e- -'- ----- IT

Try these! recipes and let us Mr. and.Mrs. W. C. King of Atlantic :
, know how you come out with i Court Apt. drove last week Wf
end to Sarasota where thy were
BAFfcTLETT BROS. them.SURINAM CIIERRT JAM guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. HIggins of / ,

'3 3/4 cups of Surinam cherries! and Mr. and Mrs. John QUA TY" STYLE and CHARMFor
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317 OsceoU t Phone 209 1 cup water Driver. : f I II
9 3/4 cups sugar or Mi cane sugar Mr. and Mrs.'-S.-Hugh Living Room, ed Room, Dining Room and KitchenOur i ....lOHM WAYNE
Idol foe kitchen aViMllMloa, Saves sties Sevei if p. The new and Mi mild flavored honey Wllloughby : SHIRLEY TEMPLE j
left for their Line Is
Combliv the sugar and water, yesterday summer Complete 4 IwAeo
NWS swam more\utritiuw, balanced inealt-loJrr living coin home in Connecticut. They Intend I

bring to the boiling point, and A VISI WILL CONVINCE YOU 1en1 010001 i'' r
"snore luew'eeu aee I (Mean-freedom from oho Wagt problemi add cherries Cook slowly for to stop over In fierryvllle\ m's s'4'is, iso,
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sad canning drudgerVl hew End waue. Va... to attend the GI.N,wimtal
2Q to 2$ minutes until Juice wedding of Rodden FurnitureCor. I
thickens slightly, but not untilit Miss Virginia Watkins at Ann ury '

COME INTO 'Y gives the jelly test (sheets off field Plantation, home ot the AYe, A W N. 2nd St., Fort Pierce 1
the spoon In large drops. Pour bride-to-be. I
1.M npUla aad ihow yo\h* Into hot, sterile, jars and seal ---. -I I } I
ldii.us of.b. bens.. \I Immedlatt'ly.Sl'RINAJlI. paclty! at least four times the ,,. )
Nurse"IKMM -,. ',' CHERRY JELLY volume of juic*. Heat to the "JOE Ii
RGEYOUBUY 6 pounds Surinam cherries boiling point and boll I minute, i
PtWJ.J. ,7Vi cups water or enough tobare Add the sugar or the sugar combination 11 OSLE ADDED* "Chick
cover fruit and remove the.scum "Dreams on ( )
a t cup sugar to each cup of aa the mixture starts to boll. .r pLlf I
EASY TERMS, juice or \\'t cup sugar and Vt cup Boll rapidly until the Juice gives B'INGI / I tl
corn syrup, or H cup: sugar and the jelly test (sheets off the .
H l cup honey spoon In large drops), or until I JOBBING CONTRACTING You Won't Be Alone'If : \ ,
Wash cherries, remove stems the temperature reaches 105 de
Prompt. Efficient Service All Work Guarantied
and blossom ends.' Add water tc green C., or 221 degrees F. on a SUNDAY: and I !
the r fruit and simmer for 25 .clear dry day; or IM degrees C. NIGHT OR DAY i I II
.7.rt! InDisiWe and' minutes, or until the cherries are 'Qr 223 degrees F. on damp, ... : ,
soft. Strain the Juice through 'elpudy day. Pour the Jelly into Just Phone _,- I
a'' flannel jelly bag or two thick hot, sterile glasses and seal Immediately I t I II I
nesses of flour lack % I : When or ;
com syrup h'h'c
Take Stand Measure the Juice and placeit I cook is usually necessary: gI I'ii'ii'i'i ll / I I I I11II I II I IIIIII I I IIu IIII"' lei' I I 1
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In a shallow kettle with a caBAUER1 SURINAM\ CHERRY PIE "B"E'"c"i{ iR'i'

IVj-cups seeded Surinam cherries $\ |, : .

ft cup seedless raisins (\ =1
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: 3/4 cup diced apple I 3 Mile! North of Stuart on U. ,S \ :
U4 1 cup sugar i DELICIOUS "i- j ;
3 tablespooN' flour J jI
tablespoon butter I FROZEN COSTARS 5+ I ':'
Line a pie tin with pastry. Mix 1.
1 ',
If the "CIVIL IGHTS 10GRAM' 4My the fruit and pour Into the pie | ALSO gJ I

shell. Sprinkle VlUr flour and I Hot Dpgs Hamburgers'/Coffees 'V \ .
beta a Law! sugar and dot with small piecesof

.,. Racial Itatredt! the butter.pie crust Moisten and cover the edge with of a Watch For Our Stand Just South! JerJfcn CutOff: Road | '. BfllTTON'I( : ') !

e Chaos(Confusion I second crust. Piece In a hot oven nilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIlilll!! "" !!!!. !. !!!! .!!. -'.- "" !"" !! !1 llJMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILUUIY 1 !. !! !- !!!!. : '; 11
Central Dictatorship! ((450 degrees FI) for 10 minutes,
then reduce the temperature to I.I.
a
J 350 degrees F. and bake for 30 .> .hl:
to 40 until fruit I
minute or. the !
U soft SQVJ on your \
SURINAM CIIIRRYY ADE \

Hi cup Surinam cherry'JuiceS food budget
For the "W GILT" CANDIDATES John cups water serve Ia.:
on
Jplce of 3 limes or juice of t ,
F DELEGATE Outboard otora large grapefruit finer frocslTHF / te1is: r: ;1 !:
Sweeten to- taste t& a
will fent it upholdin]
pi by Prepare juice as for Jelly.Combine AMAZING NEW 1948FREEZER 'ii i I/
.Y( : States Right! SALES & SERVICE all Ingredients, sweeten, ; i
209 S.: Disi. and pour over tracked tee before \ I
e. .yjTh |r Individual Liberty Iilegat I I serving. Serves I. : I ; I

< candidate foi listed below an uml OATH I _
to totes .jmaa and the "CMI Rlgl I Pr.. [ .
ey are! leetnicled" to vats for Oov.I 'leldiog ,
L Wright or anj thee true Democr agreed I by BACKAGAIN A story filled
the SouUien BJ "TJnliBitrocted" delegates In- II withlhithdunr t ;i I
dipendoit andto vote for or against Toe n-to :
vote for or agar t the dvU Rlgkt Program", they A New Shipment of All-W of l lAxmiristbr rbays, a" T J.ntlnlipurwlt.euepeme ol re- i I a'S

CA qd'6 laeder the Serf force ,i >1

Rugs t alwtfgnv.npt : :: j'I':' ,


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Till SOLID SLATE OF"Initruold" and Carpetsin ,I '

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Delegates to the (

Doii cr National Convention sizes from 6"by 9 uA fine selection Th B,W Pb'lco Freest? f ; I

of patterns fromyrvhi i to choose. $167 Mod l AH permits you to, l'l.
aad ke stir* per vkprt an nptMaed ky-,tree up buy n print arc l low.CM TUESDAY I
s an< Sovthereers. Prices begin at freeze drum yourself and .k kf ,
slid stool for moadu. And
ITATE AT.Lalal 'you can delight r ur family 1 ; I I
scrins 11'0111. 1 9.95 Liberal f TermsOther by .teisg "carden.freib" :f :Ill,
WlllIN wDai11os .a. 6: D. ALotarl4N I. foods months of i '
out
oauao u. *, Lanes "" atatoa.
Iara r. COMJ Met LILLIAN K. B<>w. Cheat and ] prighi. modelssYwA th* New Philco fnmt 1'1 I I I
Seat aau.'oatL5 S3BMIMBS pearly two hundred
w. oa.
a, BonKitj pas. area NecN.Nar Visit as (In <*T new showroom al coo South 2'h and 14S tu.S. 1IpecilJ'; '. Boonds ol food wrpriaea, ..

,call ;IAN Q? LOa. Mae.. "uVatn tULLYAIITIAma ?ATLO* Dixie oppo/tc the park in Fort nerce. lik kitcheat* a food nor Iq your .fl

floes si ullCl ,_rHOBTUt* a. WKLU .TRDeiL ,

I CONGRESSIONAL: DISTBICT
fob W. 01 Mr Ruth ft. WediewortH; fHUTTO RANDOLPH a
Went ] Beasts Bell.OUd GR/FIN-ECKERA Inc. MMflA I '" a. ,

ata"ateer MYU '. i \\1,
I and APPLIANCE
RADIO! Co
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I'AtfT\\tNTY TilE STDARf NEW3,STUART, MARTIN (COUNT, FLORIDA, TIIURSDAV, AfKlt 19, un
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: -- -- -- -- -- --- COUPLE OBSERVE 75th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY .. LA'POINTES' LEAVE i Delray Beach were! Sunday tlsItors -

:}" -c--- ._... -.. "'!.'..."... ....... .', ', FOR CONNECTICtI1'L. of Mr and Mr., James
I ', ," Rider'sdeter
t 'Alr---'I-' ." Mrs BlahoptoMrs
I Alder
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; ;"i ii:I, ABStRACT & TITLE SEA t '', :' \, ':"?"l; ,,".':; ':' .;ii, Gerald< taPolnte. well- : Miss. Diane Rider was the

I I a known Stuart jeweler and Mrs: visitor of he grandparents .
week-enrf,
: INSURANCE CO., Inc I HORSE N. LaPointe left at boon yesterdayby Mr, and Mrs. Frank

:'1 rail for Putnam, Conn. where Mlnschke In Stuart Phone 2496 BorVERO'

FACE lb'yki t Arcade TACKL h they will ritd* for t:veral Mrs. Ralph Merritt and sons, BEACH, }1 p
y ls Their Fred and Bill of Salerno were
month with her parents
CLIO 55 .n COM A of his Monday visitors, of Mrs. Joe saw-
departure followed closing
ATVAd shop in the< Victory Arcade Saturday teU Ceramic a d

Closed night Provei fAST RELIEF for Jt
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la pan : \ Phone 953 AIl Day \expect LaPolnte to return said to they Stuart"definitely In November MISERIES Mosaic T e

Palm .. TkurM' >.ll SI.? O,.. O'ktr D.,.. 1\ or December and reopen P UN
5.1 t. M. |uH...Sin..r Ia_ stock
WlthiTaclllt the shop with a larger else lute, Also
:; Rod and Peel Repairing I and numerous new lines. He Is sera, SUE MsscIset
undecided when the shop will
ilbly W.n ha.wIIN
No Delayw n16T 1 r.lndlna e.u4 Asphalt, Rub
r,
I be located. Iu.uy..dl, e w.M..MNp aef
N.I.
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( HOUR SERl ICE ServicetABSTRACTS ,, ay Ur NIURM
rompt -- -- Plastic Flo
1"5 bun Tile
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4a 55.55 .n.M (
& No one knows how much forest ..AIM 05. ,M.I ....Io 5,151 ..,d pun.

ftTITLE We Sell Fart* for All I land Florida had when the firstR'hlte Plastic and IwnhMaW
INSURiNCE men landed here. bit experts
Make* of Reek say there were at l least 4.- +II ile
(LOW Coal there oa' "
than
1' 000000 acres mon t

4 see Harry 3winglenur i are due now mainly, The to shrinkage destructive has wild-been Llfewallhe( plaslk) i i"waIIA

{ i ,"t. INSURI rAX I LCS wner fires, cutting practices and clearIng >aper"
3f : '-, Old I If sae i HiKhwty s for farmland

f Near mien Beach ..+asw.. .... Floor 5/nding and

(tlumun' E lie!oso, 91, end hu wil- Eu&tur, 93, (farm. coiinlo iwv tlw. traditknal'I. I do* Ifire the Mrs Edna Ashley, Bill Mitchell Fi iahing.Cleaning'
_. --_." -- -- Uh 1'dlb'' l 'in Wlollnry./ ) Texas, on (their duimoml 1 Rev, fred De Vuney (left) and is h..*t of friends. Mr and ;Mrs Menninger, Mr. and
I l IIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll .( and the mlllTllI Five iierwlfcim of W-rinliuitj> ihims, the ccreJll Mrs. Joe reunites, M-s J. A
I !MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWIIIIIIlMIIIIIIIIIMIIII,!. I "wnldina" / i i UTsun l't'Wllt} ige Viwn gi Algler, Mrs George'J. Backus, '

S = G INER'S ". t I.c; "ulwtigtHl: 5 tears ago The aged immyNEWS :. _._ ..... _""""- Mrs Joe Sawtell and sons Joe, Ru "'

t .. RIVERSI! RESTAURANT j $ I Jr,5 and John Richard, !and the ,
_| -1 1The In Tropical Farms' hostess 0

I',, *". SPECIAL ENU EVERTl DAY OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES: Mrs. J. A. AlRl'r left for her ......
home In New York City Saturday -
:Fried Chicken aka, Oysters land Shrimp Agent's Column a.
y HO COOKED County J VAN DEBATER Mr:and Mrs'Vernon Matthews T H E,

'\ 5 Tasty, ehcioua Fo d By L. M Johnson .. of Port .Mayacs, Mrs .Trunk "
.. J Born of Miami, Mr. and Mrs.Frank NEW TASTE
MRS. ALBERT QRINER -- ELKINS WEDDING Howard of Miami and Mr.
By aid of hens, eggs and I of cystlne and methlonlne-two and Mrs Homer Seward of Pa- \ IN ICE CRAM

:= -.. Drive InlCurb Service = chicks, scientific evidence has sulfur-containing amino acids hokee were Sunday guests Of Mr. Delicious. Sodas and SunAtea Made With
3 Ttfi MILE NORTH .T, LUCIIj'lll1l11lnllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IVLR BRItAe ON FED NO I = been obtained by the U 8 De I[Important for growth which HELD SUNDAYBy 'and Mrs L M. Elklns and attended SWfTS ICECREAM ,.
; nun9nilllnnnnuuuluunnumulil partment of Agriculture that help to make up the egg white the, Van de Water.Elklns Salal Plate and Jandwiches

. diet has to Change the I I proteins ,wedding Sundries I I
---- -- --- lflrer Drug Cosmehij
m a k e u unchangeable SAWtEU MT. and Mrs. James Rider'
proteins In nature.!I Thousands Of new springcalvesare spent Friday night In LaBMle DANIEL'S

;. LIST your Rooms, rtmeats and Rental This discovery was reported)I bawling and' cavorting on Of Interest here Is th announcement as the guests of Rider's parents.
j. Homes with us. :in terms of chaises within pro Florida ranges now. and the cattleman of the marriage of Mr.. and Mrs. H. A. Rider. The Friendly ISpot In tUfe Foil Office Arcade
who obtains maximum
teins In 'gg .hlte, by Dr Frank Miss Jean Elizabeth Van de Water Mr. and Mrs. John Bishop of
L. FUllFORDA.O I A. Csonka protein research returns give from special his beef attention enterprisemust to youngest daughter of Mr -ATHLETES FOOT GERM'
chemist in the department's'buruu and Mrs Donald Van de Water,
these animals and their KILL IT IN ONE HOUR.
.- / t.isa of human nutrition and young to Isaac Elklns, son of Mr, and
mothers Dr. R. 8 Olasscock I INNERSPRINP / MATTRESS
YOUR.35c BACK,
IJtYINC SELIIIIIOPII ItEN'I'INCM home economics Mrs I M. Elklns The ceremony"
", IY MA ACI LENT Dr. C son ka's biochemical State husbandman Experiment pointed Station out animal today. took place at 3 p.m, at th homeof rv...e T.p iiW.14 ,Tk.*> -,.n>REACH.. DCEFM.I ii ereTEAL nd (I'(

f .. Write P. O, ox 'o. di I.I analyses of ,egg white proteins "As the calf represents the the brides The Rev parents Charles before A. Carrie 65- Lnkld.I .. h.rl W .MS D..e low c.. STRONG....... NPENBTRA BOX \ / SPRING6legs (:
guests
321 North Coloid i Avenue i I may help explain the mystery Income to be obtained from the So R..L. w. Gr...
i I ] of the Presbyterian Church
of varying rates of growth transmitted '
Phone 117 beef cows; he said, special attention
I from hen by way of egg of .Stuart performed the ceremony If
should be given to both
Stuart, I-fcrl I to chick. Beyond its scientific at this time to be sure that they The horn was decorated LOYA 0 DER OF I $69.50 Vfilue $5950'DOUBLE
with white Easter lilies, gardenias -
I i importance, for poultry feeding, are In good health and have
(I I the work has brouded significance every opportunity to make max- and asparagus Jerri. STUART opog sass TWIN ffR SIZE
in nutrition science Given In marriage by her fath MEET ,,00 P. M. t
Imum gains during the summer
1.1 W EDNFSDAYSCII
i Proteins analyzed by Dr grazing season..' er, the bride wore a swiss and NTH Ft. Pie/ce Sleep ShopFort
obtained from 'organdie dress with an Illusion ,
Ssonka were eggs The experiment station worker pose mea.
laid by hens 'xperlmentally fed I emphasized the Importance of veil' held with a cap of organdie. LaAL ,,WAY Pierce, Fla.! / 12% N. 2nd St. Phone..tio,
alike I'which was designed by Ivr sister
on rations exactly except providing choice pasture and, if
for the amount and kind of protein necessary, supplemental feed for II Patricia, and carried an old.
Highest Gsh Borne of these hens had cows that are In a weakened condition fashioned bouquet of white< rose
O Paid ForUSED Your j I a high-protein' ration from caseIn because of Insufficient buds, tuberoses and Queen! 1{
others from soybean meal feed during the winter If the Anne's laceBridesmaid,
CAR chiclu were hatched from eggs cow Is weak she cannot provide ] were Janie Elklns
Us Before laid by those. two groups of hens enough milk for' her calf and sister J of the groom and Patricia.. .,
You Sell and the chicks were fed identical the animal wUl be stunted: as a 'They carried old-fashioned bouquets '
d or chick ration those chicks whose result j of gardenias, pink snapdragons ,
Trade .
/ mothers had the casein gained To prevent screw-worm losses, I and blue delphinium. < j(
t: weight faster than clicks wTiose he recommended frequent Inspection Elklns was attended by his
SUNRISE MOTOR C MP AN YPIIONt
;I SI mothers had the soybean meal. of calves and a free application I brother-In-law. V e r n o n Matthews ,
IMS. DIXIE FORT PIER 10
Seeking th.; cause of the difference of iodine and a reliable I .
11ft -- Dr Csonka focused his screw-worm repellent to the A reception followed' the ceremony -
"l Dlo-chcmical study on two amino navels of all new-born calves I In the home of the bride
IAI '( WE MAKE OUR OW : acids in the proteins of egg Treat all Injuries promptly to I parents, where wedding cake
whiLe He discovered l that whena prevent Infestation I and punch were served. After a
I hens feed contains different He also offered these suggestions I short honeymoon the young KEEP UP Y .UR71HO E !
'; NEON SIGNS kinds of prot!ina. changes can on summer care of'beet .ouple will make their home In
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cattle: rroplcal Farms
be detected in the proportions
=-=-_..- ------ ---=--.:...- If a cow gives too much milk
I SALES. SERVICE. ANUFAC ORE I 'I for her calf milk hr to protectthe W. E Williams of fit Lllcle In. We Have the Material Nec /nary for the Repairs to Your

,I II N 1 IMNIEC A 'ILTISINGIl : ROTARY CLUB I',' calf from digestive troubles I II' et Farms arrived home Tuesday Home. If You Are Plannir! A New Home $EE US FIRST
II and to prevent of
ITUAIT ... saeseP congestion I tram[ Dallas Texas, for 10 days.
,I J"'1 11w........, .1lCHISHOLM' .. I' the cows udder, I!Ed: Williams Jr., was home for for Your Building Material Bleeds.
? ....,I' 1t.I. S'Vt.1UiUAIIRUI calLI.daY.III. Castrate bull calves early, as 1 the; w ek end. Hs Is employed
> :" ?ins I steers make faster gains and I a Vero Beach \
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J wsaTJa cause less disturbance In the Miss Helene Slack who has
c I I 110 u.rI 1 1I herd. Place bull calves to be I>Pen the house guest of Mrs CASA LIJMRER \'C0.

retained for breeding a special 1 .George i. Backus for 10 days,returned .
35 Old Dixie Hi. II I-- pasture with their mothers .: to her, home In Miami (
y I I Provide adequate shade and I Sunday afternoon STUART IONE 68 FLORIDA
StuartPHONE )f. fresh water, as cattle that walk Mra. Hubert Clements and Mrs.

276j I I several miles In the hot sun ;lean' Sheridan of Stuart were; _
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I i to lIChatea Ulalno produce as ;Thursday visitors of Mrs. Hob-
I STUART ( those having ion Reddish and Mrs Joe Saw.
A r"' 'ready access to water. The productive 1 tell: '
s SINCE cow has good grazing, e ,
--- Mrs Charles Oreenlees was
ample water and minerals and \ I IS
1912e I hostess 1 at a steak supper Friday
I plenty of shade where she may
evening given on the lawn at
spend most of her time relaxed
"DINE and DANOTSEYMOUR'S .the: home of Mrs. George; Backus
and chewing her cud..
rile 1 supper was picnic style and
Apply suitable fertilizer to CONSULTYour
1 he: steaks were broiled outside ff'
pasture to increase of
AT growth /p
WeSpeclaUae
(In an open fire In the evening .
herbage and more feed< for tM'I
moving pictures of Washington
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herd!
? 1 the South Fork and E. A. Men- 5.
I INN InRentals linger. beautiful flowers were I''_ !
f ric yiEI5 1I shown Those enjoying the eve\ Ban

.lng were Miss Helene Slack,'
TASTY, DELI OUS FOOD I
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: -- Mixed Drink set on Draft For iMormauonAL LISTEN MAGI! FOB YOUR,OWN

HEAR GENE OrfTHE SOLOVOX EStAflt INSURANCE PROTECtiON PONT MAIL 61 BEFORE: MAKING
INSURANCE
PREMIUMS TO VA ,
STEAKS and SEAFOOD Write ft See IN USA?USE A MONEY ORDER,
t' 1\YLOR BANK URAFT.OR CNECK
JOHN E. rI '
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; ;'rf OUR S CIALTY Ikon TYPE
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'I ''': ; J""Kn Beach SEYMOUR GIDEON J STUART .
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MAY HAVE WHAT YOU NEED / t t. provide services which;might.cost you ,mu ,rr,

Phone He's Got New. .. more if sought from other agencies. WI wi

Life! : j I '". 6e grid to talk Aver any ffn( eUII problem wit ,

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fatigued tires ft "second
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M' SAN \OSANTIQUE ride like brand-new J Bring- "
; PAINTS In your old tread-bares

DARDWARIusn HOP today. We'll renew 'em,in CIT ENS

s PLASTER DOORS Oughterson dg. a jiff 1 BANK OF STUART

Oil Paintings Rea eel f by Reasonable Prices
CEMENT
Artists. Broken ChiV and ......./The Federal. Reserve
r FLOORINd8ml a Bric-a-Brac Mended, Stuart Recap r System and Federal De pod.. Insurance

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nIt: STCART NEWS, STUART, MAJtTK COT, FLORIDA.THURSDAY, APRIL III, 1941 ACE 'TWENTTONfL. : !,! I .

;: I GOVERNORS OFFERED NEGRO COLLEGE Hobe Sound News ,( \ I i dl i iRe

< ':" .r--rT- I -e/eel .:, ; '
For L.
:: Grady Burton : :
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Candida I For'' s .1''W' 'Ii ii' J. EDWIN I ; J ;i


Attorney eneral ;ATTEND P-TA STATE TREASURERRICHARDVWACK, : 'I ,

i (iattd"" Ad, Pdera,, er rn.drd 1 q..ia.. .Lanni !
A capable and experlifej lawyer with COUNClL'MEET 'i!
sn outstanding reeonf of public service (

E ATTOItNEY S TERM BUSINESS* MAN CIVIC f HIlfJItVtd YOV well
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MARIE BRODRICKAt :
LEADER VETERAN WORtfl, WAR I By I, !

a County Council meetingof
the P-TA Monday at-Btuart
the new officers for the.coming
COUTAN
] year were Installed by Mrs .
f Bernie of Tort Pierce, Mrs.
Bernie also gave a aeries of Instructions -
COMMERCIAL PHOTGRAPHY and answered all
questions concerning the P-TA.
Real Estates Phot raptly Hobe Sound had the largest T FLORID RAILROAD, i
Q number of representatives

|tlr cliv|Photos( of Your Fish* Party and Catch. Those,attending were the Rev PUBLIC '
and Mrs. Alex Linn, Mrs. Andrew
Lester, Mrs Faulk, Mrs. Andrew '
UTiLITI (OMMISS1OM :
e 'pORTf ITS AND AERIAL I lOTOCRAPHY Ondich Mrs. Lacy Griffin. Mrs ; ;

rvgn B g, Box 2$3 Phone 324 I E.McDonald!: J. Arnold, and, Mrs Vernon 'glue a _,e.4ce4 yeo ,'4.,i''i iam

d :_ ___ Five Southern, Governor meet in Nashville to ]<5ml< Cecil Simi, Nashville attorney, I IMIu Mrs Joyce Davis and son, g r a RAUROAD SERVICtTElf {
dwciisj the, : pnijxaitioii' which) ,, MtlLirry Medical Miller, president of the University Dr'i', Cov Jackie returned Thursday from I e Sw >HONE SERVICE rt # ,'II

Collige f for negroes hm been offered by its trust M E. Thompson of,Georgia, and Cov Jim Mo Fort Lauderdale after visiting + El* SERVICE tj'Ti I

FUGAIE and GREENLEES ws t to SvutlK-ro l Staten if they<< adapt s cpera.t Cord of Tennessee Last yew Mi Harry college Dan several Davis days with Mr and Mrs, GRAPH SERVICE I y, t r f

t I\\:t program (for IIt'pKratfrcgionulllhooJ./ : .for white,. enrolled 52 per cent: ,of all negro medical studentsIn Mr and Mrs Thomas Brodrlck I dy, r TlCKINO SERVICE j'j'PU
and! wgro student Left "to right: Cow Millard die United States, and i
[ AND SURVEYING his mother, Mrs.Anna Broth
. ENGINEERING Culluip of rliirulti,; Cov W, P. Lane of May-, MACK BACK
Regutertl En jr. Rfutcred Surveyor ---- ... ton. ,

FU, Cerll48 Hf Cert 132 and 665 Of their uncle, Walter Broad Mr I Nr w I this.DNBnY-ad nrde..IPNCIINny fee TOUT ", ,a'I ':' I
Farm Labor Information FARM TRAINING Broad who was 85, died last' e.p I
Tuesday of a heart attack II
03) E. 4th SL Stuart Fla. Miss Willie Lee Inman and '
PHONE 111CLINfONE Station Opened at Yulee PROGRAM SETA other members of her family left I FLORIDA BON WORLDfWAR 2 VETERAN ,:

.' Saturday for their !home In Connecticut COLLEGE GRADUATE BUSINESS MAN j
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Tallahassee Apr 29,..The first power-may be drawn away from Mr. and Mrs. 0, D. Qulgley and VOTE FOR RICHARD JUACK, May 4th > i t
farm labor Information stationon 1 agriculture by the possibility veterans farm training pro- granddaughter, .Kathleen Stevenson .f
the Atlantic Coast wa| op. a draft, universal military train- gram will be Initiated\ in Martin visited with Mr, and Mrs. \
WAX coed at Yulee April It by theFlorida l sufficient Jesse Griffin Sunday 111'Doni
Ing and Increased Industrial pro.. County as soon as a
Slate Employment Service Mrs. Alexander Linn has -
returned
Northern I dnctlon. Yet some,4.000,000 Jobs number of men are certified, C. II" "
It's Sprayed nto All f racks and Crevices to s rve employers after spending several II"4.\\4. !
Of Yof Car and Florida 28000 migrant I must be filled In the fields and W Long vocational agriculture I days in Miami with her daughter To Vote'And
farm workers Who will start processing plants if the country Instructor at Martin County Jane cm
)TO | SWAY rolling out of the State after Is to harvest and can u much High School said he was Informed The cast of the senior play U f
VOUR CAltULrtEX> WHILE IN MOTION harvesting their winter fruit and food as farmers produced last this week by O C. Norman held a picnic on the beaci) at 'I I
THE MOuCtN MtTfO' OP LUBRICATION vegetable crops, Funs A.. Hathaway year. Charles Hall home Monday af-
VM An >*ll.d to I JUcI Tao N.w llHW.ituart director of the State Employment In Florida t moat of the potatoes veteran supervisor of vo- ternoon. After swimming a picnic when you polto 1'
\ Service, said today tomatoes, beans celery and catipnal agriculture In Tallahassee dinner was served to the cast,
'deririce Station In their annual trek to the citrus are harvested by migratory Mrs Roth, Julia Jamison Roberta the polls remember t It \
griener pastures of Georgia. the workers A recent Florida The group will be limited to Hall, Robert Hurst and ., t
.I aw, Mar. C I' PRODUCT, .. Mrs Charles Hall every vote for Ed Fr ; .
n. 1144 Carolinas\ Virginia Delaware survey shows that a majority of 20 for the present, long said In 'I
New Jersey, Pennsylvania and the workers -forming this mig Mr and Mrs James McGraw Is ,
er a protest ajraii l 'I
New York they will be Joinedby ratory; pattern, consider Florida reporting that the required num- left last week for their home In i 4 I
about 13,000 'II'Orker4 from their permanent residence and ber to start the program here New York after spending the any effort to take c '
1 I other Stated, swelling! the army I usually return in November at either have been certified or are winter at their home on Jupiter J '
FOR YOUR I of harvest hands to 41000: the end of the crop season In the In the process now so the program Island, trot of our State Cove t
"The Yulee information ata- 'North This makes available to Mr and Mrs William DeJeanof I N .
may be expected to startIn ment out of our ha
CONVENIENCE tion, serviced by a staff of three the Florida growers a large sup- West Palm Beach have moved ; ,
a U1 facilitate the movement of ply of workers for, their winter the Immediate future here to. take care of the Surf That legal technical j
workers and help Insure their harvest peak; Long said the movement "will and Sand. Trailer Park for the
and EFFICIENT '
MMfcici titni *! fullest use by farmers and food\, In'dJacWlSlng living conditionsfor be of great assistance to young summer which kept him f o j
i iu vt: i* '" processors by guiding migrants. migrant workers in Florida, farmers and rancher who are Miss Maurrletta Moore of West t
SERVICE to areas needing them;" Hathaway ;! Hathaway said there has been trying to get established In Mar- Palm Beach spent the week end lice In 191C no m>ngc
said "It. along_with four continuous Improvement during tin County The requirements with her parents, In Dome. exists. r
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other Information stations on the last several years. The largest for participation are light and
i i 2.Locations the coast, will receive and pass number of living Accommodations the program; Is worthy of Investigation COLLEGE ACCEPTEDThe !
I by veterans who are farm
on to migrants daily informa for these workers were
tion1 oil weather conditions at* made available by the Federal mg ranching now either on t/nfversity of Florida College ; .
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,.harvest! dates, locatedIn their own land or as a tenant of Education has been' accepted RE-ELECT ,
frctlng crop yields Government- They are \ \
hone 32'I >hone. 9154 location of labor shortage areas Southern Florida< and at'pres- They may receive whatever typs Into of the American Association jS tj l lL
Teachers ,
Colleges an I c
when work can be teoured, and >nt the Florida of farming or ranching in which
-are operated by
I (Bus Station sub- announcement from the national ED IN G. TED FRASER 1
) (Pure Oil Station) referral to Employment Service Vegetable Drawers 'Association they may be interested plus secretary discloses Membership ) !
personnel'within these shortage who In turn lease them to local slatence allowances which are
IDEAL -IAXI SERVICE areas who will make contacts for growers on a non-profit basis paid< to all on-the-Job traineesInterested ; full in accreditation the A.A.T.C carries in some withIt 190 /STATE C0 PTROLLER ,
parties should\ con
them,with the crower.A .. The living quarters are furnished -
tact Long at the school or O. F. Institutions, If} addition to previous PolUlal Adv Paid for teal Ed HJ I
recent survey of farm migratory < with the exception of dishes\ ( by Friends of Fraser)
recognition by other
-- Boyd at Box 914 In Stuart agen- ,
workers in Florida Indicates utensils and I linen Slngfe rooms, CIC6.. _
that many more workers thaAusual two and three-room apartments : ---w.... -
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w cioorw -1 ELECTRICAL / are leaving the State with. rent for$3.80 to $8 a week. Some VERO WOMAN :_: ; :

'N' iL iLl T out previous contracts in other of the camps' have recreationand RESTAURANT HERE : :
infracting States ints year, Indicating a child-care facilities In addition Mrs John Pollack of Vero
JAP1fTdll greater need for guidance to jobs many grower have Beach has bought the Sallsport .fI'I' III
rrso /e Are Experts by Information stations along bought tent camps formerly operated Restaurant on U 8. 1 near : "
kin Our' Line the coast I by the Oovernment. Still Frailer Creek from Benjamin] !: I ,

a This service is a part fat a nationwide other growers have built modern Goddard, who Is retiring from ,., ..., -', !;1[ "
It |l lOur Work: employment system to housing for farm workers..- active business because of his ig '
GuaranteedtYriMATES serve migratory workers and employers Thousands' of 'farmers and health. Mr and Mrs. Ooddardwill We'recon <.. ? j)1:, I j I,
Y It will operate through food processors'In at least 43 \ remain In residence here Ally improve : ;'
I:: some 40 farm labor information States depend on this mobile The restaurant opens under I ,
S ADMITTED stations located ort main migrant army of workers to harvest and management. of Mrs Pollack today ,-) j i
4 routes throughout the United can crops. Last year, about 200- ing your Service... ; I ,
Licensed lectrician. in States With an urgtnt need for 000 picked cotton, 90,000 harvested j
The Stat\County and tnofinous quantities of f food la potatoes, 75,000 picked tomatoes AUTHORIZATION GIVEN .
k IF n, this country and< abroad. H.atha- 80000 harvested beets and :
tyt I
way said the work of the Yulee 73,000 wbrked< In the small grain Gainesville April 29.-Authorization Spending $ (to. : .. .j r t
and other Information stations area has been given the University f r ,
are of paramount Importance. of Florida to lease two
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1 The farm \labor situation la SENIORS SCHEDULETRIP off-campus housing projects expanl our' facilities r :
here for accommodation of :' I
ELECTRIC likely to be.tight this summer NEXT WEEK the ,
and fall because there are only ......--- $41 women students next 'fall, ,
COITMCTING'AWIANCBWAT 000,000 unemployed workers In university officials have announced -
Members of the Martin Coun-

the any country peacetime ttie year lowest on figure record of, ty In High eager School anticipation senior class of their are _____ P /ng tie highest op- ,

It reported Additional< man-, .
was t
senior 6
trip" to begin May
which will take them to Silver\ ejfting costs in history.. ,
Springs: ,Ocala, St Augustine, and RE-ELECT J ""i : -r
Daytona for three days, Mrs. :
Carl B Roth and I Mrs Jack JI '
: ,R Smouae will accompany them U .and still selling i ; j kf
chaperones and Earl Markel will .. you A >z CORD TO .\: d',
drive the school boa They will BE QUO OP/ I "' ''I

Hard Red Cori siveS return May '. The' class an- '

; their nounced thanks through to the Its businessmen spokesman electricitydffP I ; / i ,

For Expert Advice ''Con: tITION whose advertisements In the annual -
helped to make the trip I
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D. F. KEITH + possible / oo .. :" :.1\\ \ "j jL '

BAKER TO MEETING :
PORT PIERCE:, FLORIDA i "
Mayor w. R. "Bob"Baker will\
attend u Martin,' County's representative i L T ,

EAST CAST ,WATER COND) CO. a faceting of the : }
board-of director! of the But ,, : !
Association at I
Coast Highway
1 SOUTH f th ST. PIfONF,88 r 531W the! Oeorge Washington Hotrt tn :, 1"'
West Palm\ Beach. at 10 ajn tomorrow .
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=---= -- NATHAN MAYO 1t ., .
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-YOUt- ,

Commissioner ,
Martin Count Representative .
E pert, TE CACO'R of Agriculture


parr ,I AA"A.FOR' CT IXMIIINCI QUALlFHO ANDACCOMM.IJHMINT1 FLORIDA ;P011(&nI'GHT} C CO1EPAjl1r)[ 4 : .,


... IS Yes.. .4 P.515.1 idM.N.l.iee '
N Dw P d '.IU t\ .. OMsse iwr q
ate and ar +
AND SERVICES PI.dd. 4p e.ees rS 4
TOWING 't$.hde..I.. ...
f,ea'RIMtM \V/
r 'iWILEY ;

MOTOR CO. I.-' MAYO"touDIoaow2 "On I*< Average, foffar' wortekrtrfr) i/j'fc/,s lA i'* war rest only $}lbs in Martk J94&n

Care Yes., see: M Nit.M.y .
NORTH FEDERAL HIGHWAY e dfi
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AUSBQRN PHONE 2,1 RUSS WILEY (paid Pellua.t aev.1' )

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I ACt TW1'NTt.'l1\'O': THE STUART) NEWS, BTCART, MARTIN i COUNTS, FiOiUDA,THthlSDAT, APR(! fc 9. 1948


i' BANK'S CONDITION PAYMENT PLAN IRCED SPRING HATS DESIGNED IN PARIS Ocean Breeze Park nook, the largest weighing JJO that only" !

I II ii''" I GAINS $500,000"I _, ( Oalnravtll'.Payment ef achda MR*. MtttTLE: TERRIO IbsN'WcofflKW ts tlW park' Include I undesirable
," ; ,teacher on A 12-nionth but t By -' B Nt. RfOff Syracuse, N V., 'Wood / tOl'lstedl1
"J I ; The report at of condition f \ of theCitizens :waj advocated by State' 8enatoiW t ,I t Mr and MM James tester of 'George A. Kotchen. Detroit, and I greater :
Bank atlllU'l ksuedloot 1 ,
camden DeL uses
W..O Dawxau:
I week shows gnlji!, Sag-egat- I /. Shands, businessman can' Orange, N J.. are leaving for the ; -- ., .----- -
I r,, PACE lug more,than $500,000 since the flldate for Governor In state north aftet spending eight
-'close of bUBlnesj. on Dec 31. Ont her today. He also ad, rnofiths at Ocean Breeze

CUD ; I .i) 1947i ./ ?, 'tocated adequate financing 01 Mr, and Mn t-, Martin and
I Machine
j i ''I Principal 1.1 I' in .dll! poslu the State educational( prognan 1 Beach O Sho
ATVA total r son t Ira
t: v which now $3.28.11/16,78/ as : :Hrevent collapse.:L__ d X Mr and Mm Herbert Hunter
< compared (o $3. ''I i I ,end of last year In thAt asset i furniture and fixtures figure hal of Dayton Ohio had a nice welt i* ljully quipped'to: handle t91k
spun tide "cash > Me ill Work. Bring farm
your
Palm i bunks" had picked up note than If j/Hd/ discount lire up $30.. bridge weighing front 1'4, to :3 I ach'
WithtfacllK t $300000,. and' tIS 4 mull of Urn 000 and U S, Bonds more that Repfeirs to Us. We have a sk led

!. bank" recent eulargemOnt. .. _the-$100000- lbs.Mrs. Myrfle ferrtos Inellt iii If iY hi spa
"- charge. made
tor ol
sibly her niece. Mrs Jeanette Atkinson IP metal

I VOTE. FOR fiCe N.,, GAY'CONST'IT.UTIONAL Hostesses from Albany for cards, Oa this\ week nee Machine Work, See Us

are. Mrs Dfstt, bridge. and Mrs
Pett, pinochle,
GOVERNMENT Al Ford and Dan Wrightcaught
t J M 4j a moot weighing 30 !bs? STUART MARINE SER ICE
I y a large trpletall! and 13 trout ,
P RETURN John A. Crow of North field,
/ ., FOR fOUR FULL TEARS N. Y.. caught) a 30-ib. snook, Phone 3:'
; LeRoy !Showalter! .of DaytonOflio ,

3f AS has been fishing from the I ..
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f bridge and catching some nice
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I C MPTROLLERi I Ifil( : ljl|!( ,tm uf fnspring millinri-v\nw) lit Piris, were mnnll II! '"} mnlmt'hatrightwith'' < ) whllo nichingnkum : a'IOWDy CtMTJHHtT?OLgg IVIUJI".ECIJlf' j 1)) o t; ;f
i I bill i I\t l dtnlgtovhby!( ) Cfllxrt'' (>tart:" of mil AU Of FLORIDA '"1\' ,nlii htipml' with grit tulle (,,"elii'dIt\ and di iintniu{ clip! : TOG i
4i Setae ,ucnkitu, \\'JII iw 'In ,I md ( ..l ) rort"NATIONAL
clip > 1.1111'11 (>mie \
The/Man Who It SmartEn __ ______ __ I r4MOTH R'S DA

gh and Capable Palm City News action trip to California And I Andrew daughter. Mrs Allc* I !' is G1aif 0511

Enlugh to Say Tax othet Western! States. Mrs. Helen Gardner also of Salerno I I (
t' 95 Sintplife wdbos
Arnold Is their t
\ managing store! Mrs Roe- Walton 'ha* beet in
potcrt of th* Stab of here during their absence II
STORK suffering ,from a spinal lulury
e" FlJrida SHOWER Mm /. Earl Markel celebrated: I II I .1 I
I her birthday April 19 with a due to a displacement! nt, the I
family gathering tgt a chicken l i/ertabrae. She has been taking i
HELD APRIL.22 I supper and toe cream treatments I I
Mrs. Robert Ouyer and children Edgar: Markel of LaBrtle has COMP CT
MILLION OLLAflS
HALF A I : Nancy arid Bobbl' from been )made foreman of the .',- I
A YHR-AND ORE FOR MRS HALE Ohio who hare been visiting ..ral) ramps surrounding LaBelle I
during the past month at the and owned by a Central Florida As tucltlnf L/giaAmn.
av Uie ol B* mar Abdny I and Commwi Sena I home of her sister and brother- cattleman I

A Good Witchdog Is Nelr Robbed' F:; MR. ANNA. B. DOT in.la*, Mr and Mra Mallory, Robert Tuck; 'oldest son of I tT: compete lollot your Moihtn
I li (ft last week after being!! called ''Chnrles Tucker, formerly of Diy gift quitdon beauuluty i
I :\1'' .. A W Ulor.Va, hostess at Home bV the serious' illness of
Palm City was a Sunday visitor and unftill/, tool ,,
VOTE IN !rWY VOT FOR GAY Mi tls
; T Stork I shatter April 22 at leehome Guy'r. here He Is on vacation for a
foul col Mh.rlucn nil I III Palm, City Farms fMr :, I The supper to be held at the I wek: from his work in Daytona I compicll fait supreme diY
I Palm City Church Ht 8 p.m. tomorrow leach t'.'hr he is of ,
e manager a
Snutbv Gal!' Guests were Is again called to the attention busty cidolgn, Sma end
large resteHirant He Is spending t
I Wifc Arpart Baiat Mrs Ju of all ThLS.. la g benefit i the week ut the home of his par- ,t t14r erifdnnAhlp. See our nuNq
C' (kn. Mrs Morris Walton Mrs supper given by the Ladies Aid ,, en.8.I .
crats 1 1The : Lee Brewer. Mrt c. A. Moor, of the church for much-needed i' InoMifi Jeweler bronit ul
Mrs Ben ttodapp last week .
Loyal em Mrs ,, J N Mtttwe MM J mM funds. Tickets are $1 for adults I visited at thv I .horn, of her Krrlini/illver-for he poha l ,
:Nipper! Mrs Chants Leighton, and BO cents for child-en: Yourptesente
I daughters! Dorothy and Wini I- Moth a l Day gift.
I Mrs. John Leighton and Miss will be appreciated
following Delegate! to National Mary Jjkri! Mr Gale received Mr and Mrs. Smithy Gale are I fred, mho now live at Tltusvllie
Democratic Comonlify are or State Rights, I many (tins Refreshments weft the parents of a baby girl weighIng where ,their -husbands are employed a Lay It A y N O, '. For Mother'.
served by the hoetess and games I pounds 4 oa, born at Martin '
and are I/nrmfriirfVl/ I an UnpledgedThey were played; Mr. and Mrs. Gal County Hospital April 20 f Lee Coffrln ia! report a"' quit*. 4 'AYS T PAY)
have been occupying their new The leaders of the sewing proJect i 111 at his home 1 1. CASH BUDGET
I hume located at the Leighton of the t County Home D"monstration The home now tying built on
Favor Eisenho r r President corner for some time. Club met Monday for 1st Street by Sonny Mead tsnearlng 2. CHARGE SLAYAWAYr
t Mr. and Mrs Fred Jos left an all-day meeting the home I]I' 'compjeUon: ae and his r
"UNl STRU E lot Mrs O B. parents Mr. and Mrs Myrten
'bs auto April 22 for an extended Cadwell Miss Lucllle -
.. Inscoe county agent was I Mead, are planning to leave for
STATE AT E I I present and Miss Joyce Bevis, a Ohio about May 15. sn
(Vol for II Men.ndB .men) specialist in the clothing and Word! has been received hers
Men \\ Women INKS I textile offlct of the Home Demonstration from Mr and Mrs, Don Palmer
KILLIAM I V. ALUIRV S Ms. AGNES BREICIIOI.e i ii I, work in Tallahassee that they made the trip by auto
KlItTIE i II was the leader The day was to Ohio In three days Since s: 4r
;S L. ALLE1: E. BROWN
." : spent In aewlhg instruction. In arrival there, Mrs. Palmer ha I
ROBERT II. AMI:' .nsO!{( 11.4\LIE M. HOWLING eluding cutting and taking meosttirements peed' 111 at the home of Mt. Palmers
t AL B, BLOCK MA BET MASON i .. after a morning talk mother, and Mrs. Clymer
MITIIE"'S MB OUR PL'CIIEARCE RE61 MIi by Miss Reels Refreshmentswere has been ill at the home of her
HENRY c. T1LLM1H: FD, ONCR EA served by the hostess. to 11 son Also Laura. daughter of '
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J. IRVIN WALDEN 1IJ( \ TALLY \ i guests the Palmers has been ill Their JURY W. CRATE
l..mnrd ra roan VILI F STEERMAN The County Council of the illness Is bell'veu lo be due to I
.NGRwAN! 9'fbl'lIE STONE JR. NFO INGT Home Demonstration Clubs of the tool weather there, after Conddab lei ,
Martin County will /meet bn\ leaving the south, from which DEMOCRATIC
CONCRESMONAL DISTRICTS n L Thursday, May 6. at Salerno, they contracted coldsCONSIDERATION .
Cars will leave here from the -_- y. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEEMAN IB
First! Mnn and Worn -- e. _
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t. II. :If.J'o""J MRS. REID AMSEY C RETE church at 9:30 a.m. CITED
Members of the /S. O Crews
Sorond IHUrlct-toU fat I Man and Woman B CKS family ,have ben confined at 1'allMallseeTom Watson,
ZAC1I IL DOLGLASS!> end RI DGE 0. ARD their home with chicken pSx.Joyce Attorney General In an opinion

Third Dutficl-feu far 1 Man and Woman STEEL ALUMINUM has now recovered but addressed to the state Comp
ROY E. UCON and GRAC F. hOu R E c Francis Is still ill Mrs Crews troller stated that in determining PROTECT
has been suffering from a severe retirement benefits( 'ot. an 1
fourth 1)rI.-J' Jar 1 Man and I Woman WINDOWS cold. | employe within the county officers -
T1103 S. (Tom) tfcKCthON and MARIE E,1AUE (MRS Archie 'Lamb of Okeechobet and employes 'retirementeystem YOUllf

I Filth Dianrt; J'oil far I Man and I amen MASONRY WHITE who has b en Very 11T at the over time pay, If legally
DORSET J. PKbMOTt and LOUISE f'. McCRECOR PORTLANDCEMENT home of his daughter Mrs. paid from county funds-being
Charles Evans: Is reported better,. part of employee compensation,
Sb"h Distrlrt-Data tor I Mon and J I omnnCIIARLES HLa granddaughter Mrs. David should be considered in determining 117TH WNTfAC SERVICE{
II. wAR8ICK. JR and :'iE F, ALLEY Phone 748 Fort Pierce Waldron, returned to Okeecho- !! the retirement. benefits a
bee Friday after a week here at of, such employe_ *
1 the Evans horn Mr and Mrs JI
I 1! oc o00D0aODO OGO John Leighton and children and .i '
Mrs, Rose Leighton accompanied eauti Rug '

'r UNDER NEW NAa.EM her week home end: where they'spent the Cl Wing _

Mrs. Jack Llsk spent Saturday a aq.'ft.Pick 1 1I 1Sao
ahppplng In rod Delivery
West Palm

; SWIET'SOP'' p Beach Mrs Emma Petty and daughter feeS
THE _
Mrs. Lena Fetgel, had as rbrite H oducts
their Sunday dinner guest Mrs & Servi I
1 Anna B. Day J
(FORMERLY MILD --.D HEATH SWEETS) "' Mrs L J. Murphy spent Sun- Phones -119 vt t
I day at the home of her daughter, 900 S. Dixie High + ,
: 0 Is Now Under 1! ew Management. 0 dI Mrs, Casey Andrews In Salerno Ft, Pierce 4 flWlK /Cmml Mum
to celebrate the birthday of Mrs a
I i n Oui Policy Will Be To Serve: You As Well A> You -.. I 4

Have Been Served In thf Past. ,\ I The growing numbs of P u J wilt ors nothing but ulhorlAd) PoimKnis
U based on a simple fact) TbAfttllnM**
1 i it o OUR EFFORT WOX BE TO PLEASE, : sad U run ibtm M men! 1

t o I 0 Our prices on alt operailonaar* mtt'tj1petinvtand '
Priced Right Givethebest in many insulres, 1 eu ""I
..canclY 11ea 6 MA"I""I
WEJWILL CONTINUE TO @ because our mechanics, 'traie by bad1
\ I for] pens and using specially seiec ,oel''ds
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1 ,/r"w HOME-MADE CANDIES OF TIBET I your work faster and maintain l htana

:: ( on HER QUALITY OF INGREDI.I I : regardless of what You benefli by 'our experienm\\k H
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,{ !" / to tracing trouble Wa don C ha* IPcaus
H o. ENJS 0 .may happen to prices elsewhere we know.-And we do a/;**' u"fv
\f AVAILABLE.
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Jar-which keeps cost! to the m,I moo. J
', .II i' r'gt:daJij' S af i I I Stuart D l'u f* a Every day owners who tried oilr eel'< ?'

t rrea for prescription: filling remain _. ea ""
y' at always ; coming to us. They like the stem
\ ARE I INVITED TO 'COME fairVnd Selling; And (o will yon.wn .

e q iI iIJ\ !; :. \ AND GET, ACQUXlNTEDU d ill for,drflbs beyond and. medicines compare.' for your Rely family-then.u'pon. Stuart you're Drug M 1a

fi' certain o\ deli r .

HOME-MADE CANDY I SANDWICHES;: COFFE n wao T4iiciKiiiD tuntaarit

"U I' ond" lMmi hns always Stdebtalways
U COED DRINKS .ij ....or* neSs-an! always d.-
0 r pradabla. The' am made l m *. ammo rigid' I

o d dI 0 IMC:ftattoM to M f.mlli AfiaiMl.pan l PoMIM io our ("chaiKStubUoi quipOMIt.Etch -. Ire
STJJIIJ1T t Un DP;} put them a to Mm yon fast amt. l ..".
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THE SWEET SHOP d
I THE' ''Mt/MrhmmlaMo-Me'MO
; REXA L,. E"

( y' MRS FLORENCE TAYLOR Mgr;* rJ 1 PHONE' H STUART, FLA. WILEY
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f 0 Rains Building I 303 E. Fourth St.. Stuart MOTOR CO
a / /I\/; \ ;;!{!{! f.l J "
Oai0C:::: :=ocoJlOcz: : ::=:ao O====:: OGO.G: :::::::lOllooao- I I I / ( tJl; ; / W forth Federal
Highway
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TOT JTTJAAt'NErTl, STtART', MABTCT COtTfTT, nORIDA, TBTmSTAT, APRIL 29, 1848 PAGE TWTOT-TBREE j '

DESTROY house when the name were discovered OGOC. .o o.' 7000r 70L70 -
LAMES PRESIDENTIAL, PILOTS .
RESIDENCE,, All three were unharmed CLUB JO MARK 5TUAR'T ; ;HHt
ECRO but they were unable to lave ri''i I Salerno Civic Association 1 01 '
II ,
originating trout a. any personal possessions. The CITY COMMISSION jJ
panes kitChen stan fm destroy- !house was about 20 years old of Ar"1? ?1 A S A ?!_" A "J ._ A* AW""""""" -*"*A q, t ,
nib ----------------- ------ 1 10THBIRTNDAY'Phil Regular Meeting ,
exterior frame- tram < with I ,
DuC Ute construction a new
all i \UI :1:1II .
,* of the residence of Allen aluminum root and toilet addi : MRS. GLADES PERRt the rest of the seaboard artery (00 P.1 ,' .

use( Thomas his wif. and tlon. It wu owned by Carrie The! association meeting April and the florid Inland Navigation Z ( and a hi 1 ,: M
h cl1l1drell near Bart An. 1 lae Week of Jacksonville and managed Jl was oi unusual Interest to the .District. the official body D, Council. well-knowd
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a' 9:10: ".m.pdQ' S
section by R Robert who bull WED ES AYS
whored I IP"w charge of upkeep of the watt West Palm Beach attorney And
fishermen
of ;
th Inasmuch
: community tlPublic'Alw
The fatat( were li 3i ta11
, Stuart Uy'
ItA erway has already acquired sites prosecutor In the alleged bribery
C under control after 20 second house adjoining oft as there was a lively discussion
babe by the stuart Volunteer the south and also owned by regarding a, resolution necessary for the spoil areas In Cases In, the State Legislature '" ."
..Apartment with the. aid. of MM Weeks suffered light dam* ) I Ir adopted petitioning Congress to future dredging of the canal. last year. will be guest, speaker s efcome :?\t "I'

county fin;truck age from beat and water Both make immediate procedure:: for AND WHEREAS, Although: Congress when the Stuart Klwanls Club j'i .: .
Thomai! said only his wife ando house are fully Insured Roberta necessary Improvement to bring has approved the- roJec holds It Ladle*,Night to observethe :. "
mall children were tn the reported. the Florida section ot the Inland I the money has not yet been { loth anniversary of the (
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Waterway into line with the rest club. foundation at {the Woman : .1 I
forthcoming or appropriated,
of the seaboard artery and the s Club next Thursday nightgupper J
Florida Inland Navigation District NOW THEREFORE BE IT .RE* will\ b! served at 1. WE BLTVJqnk, I '- I v'
REAL ESTATE: Similar resolutions have Sot+VED, That we go on record Also Included on the programfor {i ''
been sent to Congress: by various at urging. : our representatives to the evening will be recognition wrecked yea*, scrapcopper }

Homesite and r Chamber et Commerce support action for the furtherance of charter members the j' a/a biass.ISCO' : ,
WtterfronUgeReasonable iron P a along,, Florida East of the project and that w* first board of directors and the ; ,
Coast It 11 presidents R. Hi. :Rollins it
'Is as followsRE.SOLCTIO.Yt: further urge all interested persons : ; ,

N Address '4th Street, Opposite; SchoolKUBIN to either contact in their this representatives State or- In,charge H. Tlltonl of table for ariangementsQ decorations:1 AUTO PARTS t

WHEREAS: The Florida: section elsewhere for the furtherance of Charles Rue for music and I IJ
of .the Intracoastal Waterway U this Improvement) H. Thayer and E A. H'j South"} Dixie, Highway ;; :

TTO one of the vital arteries of commerce Done and executed this 21st -Jr. for program "i Fort Pierce '.' ,ii'. I
j and \boating on the east '
day of April 1948 '
coast of the State and U J Phone 129. ;
y- directly Charles Conrad, president Florida pine tiers supply ; '
4 and indirectly the source of millions H P. Lyons gave a brief in- more than 40 per cent of the ; '. f

merchants of dollars and of Income to the teresting talk on conservation, na\lon'1J total soft-wood, cut JJT"I.: I I I.
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business peoplealong -------- -- ---------
a pledging his best efforts In behalf '- I '
Its length of the local commercial ; ) .
AND WHEREAS, This commerce: fishermen LpOUSE ,
and traffic in boat and yachts t
Since the Martin/ County High
could( be materially increased by
School Sand featured our week
the Improvement of the chan- : ,:
Preshlt Trll \an'l new pilot Lt.-Col. Brands ""Frenchy'*Williams nel way namely the deepeningnd with a concert last night at the .' .

(lift) chat with U..Oil Henry Myers(of TifWin/ Ci. his predeouew. widening- of the waterwayfor bay(ront usual park association we dispensed 1 '
With our meet
who hall tctunifd. to onmmerciJT Hviiituni.. William*.'hi regular Air the accommodation of the 'log on that date Our next mIng ,el, I'
Fore officef and veteran of Io] ,eXl( ) air IMHIII T)*y lire ''picturitttiitlirr newer and larger boata-and for will be May S at the school T'
( ai Santa Monien Cold. many of the boats of deeper house at 8 put when there will]
draft which have hitherto found ,
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be an exceptional program Ev< "
tt impossible\ to navigate this T '
Is welcome.
SUGAR HARVESTING protected! waterway, rybody PA1 '
IN LADES; NEARS END Week's LegalInstruments AND WHEREAS, The Inland" A delicious supper was served '
Tuesday evening prior to the
I Waterway from Boston to JackSonville
April political rally at the school/
29PI( \
Clewlaton Is dredged to a depthof 14 Imrrer. ?
FoR There will be no further blink
Sugar harvesting in the Everglades 12 feet while Florida ,waters '
dances mall the Salerno Civic
ended this week The U: SATISFACTION-OF MORTGAGE- alone still are dredged to 8-foot Center Is completed when they ?rolls Mod I I
l II'
S Sugar Corporation: has announced. minimum thereby working a may be held indoors Announce- and of '
Ifnl[ W. Moa rl .x I R./I* B. Ulm ( ."I n,,1.l R. K Jut.tr t., Hrui J I.'nItoS merits about futur card parties\ .h J
MOTH DAY Florida waters which '
).r.l fnkril. x.vnr..ml Limit A.aaiy' very are will come later
End of the season will be tam ,to I I' H Ho.d.Io'I the goal of such a large(: percent- JAPALACScreen $4 ,\ ,
\J S. IVwttint of As'aullua' I lo ClrWARRANTY ----'- -- poRrM
marked by the annual harvest ..n II nvatl ag" of the boatmen :and yachtsmen too4e
Lockets festival ball) May B. during which of the East Coast Enamel : $ I I II
,.. AND WHEREAS. The Congress FOOT SPECI i" twA i
King Cane n and Queen Sugar ID: llm r "l u> U J." K .wlor.I. > oY AN
of the United State has ,. (value 1.30))
Bracelets tuektrK .proseNe
oh Wlku.l 1 vi Ise I I.id i M already !
II will be.crowned. The ball la ",r ".""," u. H. D H...<... approved a project for the necessary ,,, hr.. tor 1
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W tcies} one of the hlchlUChta: of the Everglades ,All. M, na.n" ,r,lo to hairs W. C*.>8,>CAtvnyMORTGAGE UAmtxwIalry work of improvement to 5505.3 Yaw ru Id.cl lor holding 89 I I

']1' Pe I Necklaces social events, I II III bring the Florida section of the FREDERICK sirs, Sa.enA !alb
i Pn e
,., : dll
ens tL pt' 10 R. W III n Inland Waterway into line with ttc, Fails yow rt I
Vanity Gates ueical Jehn 1 I'. 1II.0h..
Boxes Ikl.s 1I..iI. Ca ,
(' A. ..d l.Ii.. M. Tern to tiykr. Cow now lK.., .4th by qudily, sonic- j.S I
UiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiitiiMMHiiiiiMiimniiMimmfiniiiiiii i i iiiiiAiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit 'j
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Rings IItb9' I HnweayaaU'Aml"RW. ", to A.nolo,. ,. b* oi(, quietAyllmlt.J W WA. sn I t tJ.polee
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Silverware f L A"'d.' Jr t' SIN"ns a.nk of N I tI
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Saser alq.rt.: | BILL FREE | amen .0 4QO I''

C fu SPECIAL WARRANTY I fM..IOA.edfse wse4e ,
Jewelry .......Hn ,PlvvvlalNnent A. L..ta. et.SI taI I
C-r.n. Doing Business A '
Glass Ware K KffVtrV. r = tlme! ..sly. frdu''
%
Diamonds untain Pans A. Ihlnuad"ln.FOREIGN Mv'wli'JUDGMENT to Alti>.lo M.. Her, I Equipment Sales and Service Co. 1i 1 sr* s I: I

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Cigarette Case.Lighter.. QUITCLAIMS 0I..IIun Moisture "Where and When You Want It" :| f,
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E. (On'.'" t. 555,51. Cau.y.HSe BESS HARDWARE CO.
COMPLETE JEWEL SERVICE 'head. { .s....... to J L. Arnold.. = IRRIGATION SYSTFMS, PUMPS POWER UNITS AND SPRAYERS Sj

MURPHY DEED = WE MANUFACTURE :S "Where /urimg Begins" ,
:Witch .and s stta d PI.rlda! C N r'IaOA! Free Sprinkle Portable Ir.ri.ation. System
,, Clock,RepairsSTUARt rkte: .r Fkdd. 't':, .rant: ?..rleRIn"a Box N Stu Florida Phone 38
SASS TLZnevas tNrO$. I.l'hsrkt' N, Momma MS W FORT FIERCE "k."iS. fait ORANCE AVE. =
IesTITLI Ran,' : 'Mean r* lu.l,, lips;,., = ,,. tj
0 FU a 1.1hl'aubel.se.a"
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U ktil .f riutul. la Find. T, Jow :x. ::: vU S G L7 D D E K 5nlllllllllll
so aF --- I Illlhlllllllllflllllllllllll 1 III IIIII 1 I111111INI III II I III(I I IIitJ 1011 ll n .
JEWELERS CLOTHING LEADERS ,

I RID HOLD ALL-DAY MEET ,

ABS RACT 0. / / I I / 1 p e
New Arthur teh Bu ing The clothing!! leaders In the
J ESNNEDPrnldwl Martin County Home Demon-

009 Osceola AY.,, Stuart, Flit II e Aar, 'LORt stratum, Clubs met for an all r
day training meeting Monday In III
-- the home of Mrs O B. Cadwll
In Palm City Miss Joyce Dents, I
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clothing specialist for the FlorIda y I
b Extension Service. conducted .a' I I: l i ,

the meeting and during themorning t II "
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OFFICE SPACEAIRY ( gave a demonstrationIn
spreading Information thru I.'

i club 1 meetings.I In the afternoon -z4' ,
R pattern alteration demonstrn 'I I II

COOL, COMFORTABLE'AND MODERN. FIRST'OR SECOND FLOORS. i Lion wu participated in by the "
*, leaden who attended.'Saslwiches A CONSTRUCTIVE' PROGRAM R '
LOlCES and CLtB ACCEPTABLE coffee and cake -- ..
were served at the noon hour. I
Those attending the meeting ALL FLORltKSDUCTtOH : : '

were Mrs George Smith, Mrs O i ,,
B. Cadwell and Mrs Richard 1,
S Wallace, Palm City; Mrs Martha M, XMND D .. r u. I
Whittle and Mrs. Delores Whittle 1GNWAY ,,, +'
'LIMI11ED of Salerno; Mrs.O, V Fl'tch
er and Mrs J. W. Whttfield of IK COST OF + '
Indlantovn and Mrs Hobson GOYtMMlNTMWIffiR
ER GENIQALRfCOGNIll4Nt''EASYAlIfSS
Reddish and Mrs Hubert Clement
MODERN STORE SPACE of Tropical Farms. SAl +"TMar ,w, :: '

.This service to Martin County '
Is made available through the .
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V RNMfN t'10VEkA'02 r" STAN ROS h 1 I '
'IN THE Martin County Home Demonstration 60V
MIA Lucile Ins-
Agent J ( aI
cue STA7F NE :, i; EQawO t i } 'i

DEHON\BUILDING" DING' PERMITS I ,
"ARTH R > rot C1aLJ," .. N.b erhml 8u1 I Of SCN00[ ,P, OG M ,?Eff7PEST N. l > ,'
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dl.i.l.n" ..... .1 .,d n. shout ",
....1.. and aool.. ., ........ ,ar... GO 1 S'STEM f IMP VED P,20GRAM y {, .
1.6 4405. SAiETY )
Nl WAY
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IDEAL R.- fuvpORLNSNf o4 P GRAhf PQOMOT/ONfAGenarTUQE 4W1 '

A STO 7O2IDA /R AND /MP.4RTJAL BUSINESSAND"I '
MEN'S; CLOTHING mT4Aisr aEATMENT Of LABOQNDUSTRY

A [LADIES' DRESS SHOP I AND MANAGEMENT '


MODERN SHOE STORE


SMALL FLOWER SHOP (t" I am your Governor 1 will' diligently trust and solemn responsibility which has been ,;: I

,SMALL BAKERY SHOP deiCte four years cl consecrated service to the, temporarily committed to my keeping by the :!a

nlople of| Florida.* I I. will energetically apply people of a great nd sovereign Stale At all .

JTHE 'TRAFFIC FOLLOWS', THE-CURVE OF\THE, /the experience I have) gained in public service "
times. I.shall earnestly strive to so conduct\ mYself :. l IL
/ in eta earnest effort to make your State Govern '|

"NE /-ARTHUR DEHON ,B LDING" 'meet-more ol a blessing and less of a burden that at the end ofVy term as Governor,you :: I i'I I I


Your!! Busmen Should Follow. the Traffic! .1 will never (treat. the Office of Governor as my:' will.. still trust me as you' did on_inauguration,.:';.: I 1

Modern lit Class Merchandise and s.nK.'Co To"The personal. possescion.'.but rather t as.a. '"sacred day."; II :: t '

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'Furthermore.." says Fuller.Warren. "when 1 am'your"Cover r. I

Modern Arthur Dehon Building"a [you will be able to talk with me by simply coming to TaHahai

r a (;or by calling me by long distance telephone. You won't, have-to'7ao I

R INFORMATION/ t SEE ARTHUR DEHON "SEE, ANYBODY TO SEE IF YOU CAN SEE MET"Win

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.aeNkaeda.N/a1yhWr.lMeWsvss( \ e tMt

Weodore Dehc and 'Son V DS '

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REALTOR Trace anufacturing Co. With, t WARREN Cund > J te

DE"ON BLDG. HONE 61b ROE ro Fo, matt for O Vtrn er t


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P Ant THENTT-FOtR" Tilt: STPART NIWS, STUART. MARTIN' COUNT, FLORIDA, THURSDAY. -u APRIL jt 9. 1946f .

'I. : I broader and curtained sources 01 r I U S. GOVERNOR IN REICH HOME REPORT DISCLOSES Ace flled Nor, 7"1M7 It Is lor' rive fund law. nor dill he follow clal records of these

I f :1 'Varied Crops Income, the nsearch' and Indus COMPTROLLER'S the fiscal\ year ending Juno 90 accepted principles of govern 'were Inadequate howl,,

: trtftl division! of the Florida Statei OFFICE COST UP 1947, Clarence M. bay was appointed menial aci'Hunting" in some cases InaccuwuTi
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, \ Point tUMtbrr, or Commerce state Slate$ Comptroller Oct, further rltlctsm of Oay I con together. lacking
I" : Strong ,I \c tl*!'day' la IU weekly business Tallahassee, April! 2>; .Operation t, 1948, by the Governor. after duct of the cemptroller's office I
I rtView.' '' of the State Comptroller's Colonel Leer death is containedx another .paragraph Ancient Hawaiian' ssb
PACE For Florida I Serving. In many cases, asDoha office during the last fecal year During the last fiscal year the which\ read: bark of the mulberry fol
I j "statuary ,crops, minor* fruits cost 169,337.S3 more than the State Auditor report shows. cost The comptroller accounted making tapa clolh
"nd edible nuts brought the Sol. previous I month c in of .operating. the comptroller for all collections of record re- substance a papa.
GILDAT ""i Florida\ 1'-;;; ,p-irtwuiarlj l lowing) values to grower in the ing ,which tim the late J. M. office was $97423521: as con ciV.d( under laws administeredby that served(! lor
YI 'I f Stare, last season: avocados Lee was in charge of that office. pared to $904,807.39 for the previous him, and kept his expendl- clothing and writing n
j attractive possibilities foi eropj'' $400000, ; pears 194000; peaches This 'previously utipubllclzed fiscal year, The auditor's (lures within the appropriation Taps Is still made In the
A \ diversification Introduction of' $134000; grapes $105000.; pineapples Information' Is continued tn a report also states that Gay "did fixed by law and ret.ased Mane today for use as tap ,(rjlt
spanpaint t, .J new crops and expansion and rev/ I $19000 and pecans. report by the State !(ludltor'a off, not follow the provisions ot the eudect Commission+ Th wall decorations,

rival of agrlculturil p.duns I Improved and seedlings, $941, -1 t ---- .--- -- ------- ----S'--- -
WithlSacfhl ( long grown In the Slat!: otter'! ,': In addition, the official prelim

1 Florida fa.l'/lltrS./ _and_9roweral i Unary value of the tung nut crop &r Trader_
alblywn I van placed alj$ 11,200,000. ,Dollard, f1,r I' w ..,l, 4i:2 ..t Mss
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"Mangoes, papayas, plums, ro- '. t.i 1J.7.-- t. -
sells. guavas and cashew and I S. .' t! ,.:tJ'. Corut,
REALESTATE licheenuts all possess significant MARTIN COUNTY I'IsI
: vantages for becoming 1m .....


j: throe norlant Obviously crops.Florida. Is the negligible crops total value when of I I At.HOl::: / BUSINESS DIRECT RY/ I"Mis

compared with (the millions derived it/ Cede

how-!'ver from, (from other the sources point of It Heal Is", ir _BuCinfS*. Card In This Section Every Week Will/ ring YoBuslnesiCASEY'S :

lies all kinds t ----- -
3f Pro of supplemental income to the
individual farmer and ,grower _. ..
fora that they are'accented here
Further, a substantial interestfor Get Miles of Woir
Plumbing He ling
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1 Also r tab and insur- lies the In progressive these so-called processor'minor also* den, ,uclus D, City) (deft},. of Miriettu$ Ca, American military Sheet etalpusrind Golden Gate Camp RECAJ4YOUR l uinn'sStorelMeats !

crops" governor of Ceraiunv srtnlU. iu he Signs customs deciMation on arrival I Groceries
ance.Edw. at Washington\ plane for conference on the situation in Germany YasMN. Cabins & :Trailers TIRES And, Frozen Food

MA"IUACI APPLICATIONS The customs tifiicer! at right!s. Innptttor J: P llagen J.b Yaa tort .e'Y dl Beer, Eats and Gas etans.e.u. (W.'"Kl"sr..rt Psonuce
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u.,r.ul, .H.rowll Wl.ml. Ys.l ad I. Mobv"en. ................................,................................................................. Bottle Beer Served ,d it, R Vr't w NOVELTIe.S, dirn
d ,,, aiMKiw ikick LENDING ,
Mappaltor Wood,o. \\II 5.u adbh4s.. (in.nA NIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIn11111111111111111111111Y I 11I11I1111I11I111I11I1111 IUIUIIUI STUART PL MBI G wr work l r Llalase
I Jon t; Formlw. .......
Notes of Interest To Veterans & METAL OR I Sundays2'i CHASQN'SServicetatlon Jensen Bead I
The Florida Service plans to aox'aePHoats miles So. Stuart
imduce. 20000000 Slash pine Stuwrl Nava Paw Ise lb
'i.,lings i for planting by prlvattI.ndownerl Joseph E Gum V. A. Contact Officer j Dn 1aa I Fed. Hightway No 1
P. 0. A ado Bldg.Ph I next winter, This Is At office! of H. R ,Lowery, Jr. West Palm Beach Headquarters > Federal Highway PHONE 913U

e19 double this years production 9:30 a.m. 4 pjn.'Monday 712 Comeau Bldg

and more than 40 times the .
HllllllllllllllllllllllllimmilllllllllllllllDisability 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 mi;niiiiitiiiiiiii I I I :iiMir.iiiimiiiimiiiihA l I I I '- -- -- ---- -- =
i umber raised for the 194847I I
vrn I plmllng season. .features of national A.'- may, provided you are I Jensen Hd r Buy The Bffct COMPLETEElectricnd Web Ordway
service life the able to examination RefrijtiorSERVICr a'
Insurance are pass a physical -
concern of many veterans. Questions i I I .' GENERAL I Motors

FLOW RS For All OCCASIONS frequently asked by veteran SURE EJ.ECTEICAppllsnces No JoV Too Lajfe Or AUTHOalZED: scam
Kt
on this and other benefits Q.-I,am the beneficiary of a I TRY THEM TH Too Sm ,

with authoritative answers by $10,000 !national! service life Insurance KGteE SflUNDEUFCTBflC/ FORD.
,
BOUQUETCORSAGES CUT FLQWERS i ARE MORE THAN I R Kitchen laundry
VA are published in this columnby policy Are the payments Cabinet and all small .I CO. IALU AND SEXVKtCAY : '
{LORAL ARRANGEMENTS The Stuart News as a service I I am receiving subject to taxation APT TO HAVE IT. i appliances. Radios. AND NITt ','I!

DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CERAMICS to our veterans ? Day hone WRECKER. SERVICE
Jl. No, The of \ MARTIN COUNTY llobe *and 3271
payments .national :
Q-I have added total disabil- '' i Jensen Beach \ OOY JETAIISPHONE F
SMITHS service' life Insurance as I ELECTRIC NPhone
FLORAL & GIFT OP ity Income coverage to my 20-- such are wholly exempt from I I Phone 75 S/art 347Jicle 9142
WE WIRE FLOWERS payment national service life insurance federal taxation? I _y _.
..
Does the disability
policy -- -- -
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Arcade Bldg,fcth St:, Ft. Pierce Phjie 310-J OUNCES POSSIBLE I I -
coverage continue: after "
Veterans studying in public'' I HOME l1lw'INC-
my policy is paid up? II Stuart Taxi
high schools and colleges now I I .
A,-Yes, provided you have not may change their courses with Bi / I HIGB'EE

reached the age of 60 You con- the approval of the Institutions sez. & t,
M: alone, H. F Dlckensheets, SERVICE .
p OTECT tinue to pay he additional pnm- regIonal H'
lum for disability protection to manager for the veterans Ill tea pmblthad r I 'f AuUlor, Idd.-r. WldU.tRight ). WORTHAM 1
administration, laid I today.Formerly Prompt Dependable
the end of the 20-year period prior, approval by the n
)UR CLOTHES! General Contrtclun ,
J when It too becomes paid up. All VA was required ,before' students Courteous
Have Your|Winter Clothing, Blanldjts, Etc. disability Income protection could change their educational and Repairs
o' votm's
ceases When the Insured reaches or vocational! goals.lcfe smart ,going P. O Box 83:
: I 60, but payments" are continued I PHONE 149 on al t peck,out these lines One Block Welt tab
: Dry Cleaned to those>who are totally disabled I J 4, -Jnd heaps 0' aruin' _. I City Bridge On Tk. rr

t! ." and eitherMothProofed I at the time they reach $0.Q.I I for Ex9trtnCe; '" t pro and ton tout cops "L._ ,, Right e

[ have been discharged J and traffic, fines! It's bardto .
er horn the service for more than Robert C. Or/ win and do your job s
t Put Ii| Moth-Proof $ago s. year, What Is the !latest date IyOti e s YOU TROD ON SOMEONE'S General IIG
on which I enter school Marshallschool
can or
For the II
Summer TOES .o-' and with Contracting
take training under the DI BUI? I a (" rcN
(s.4 Tw.a.b l
A.-You have until July 23. ndidaN for Loss your votes that may play
:::1 Take Advantage
inn Service Ten q-at Guarantee; under the provisions of Public a d : OF FOES I ITher1 Work
Law 346 .(OI Bill), and aU schooling "
or training must be completed do be men, STILL IN
ST CTIONVALIIAD
pert Dyeing by July 25. 1956. cb..eH..a... l THESE TIMES, who, seein' I BILL CORWIN

Q.-I converted rrfy national AC OUNDI Has / duty, DO IT though In th.'r i Box 68
Martin unty Cleaners laugblle try rpe. public Q s fr zeal to 'r
service life Insurance to lessen crimes, : ,
20-pay- KbOal k01a I .. OOa. .ural 0* tias may OC14. aarr' vans
GE GIi KEI I ment life Is It possible to convert with I gI iV.s \d7 high ls 1t e pe Ih' day they rue itj I JLNSLN. StOOl 0
this,policy once again! to a cbool. \ lany's th'
Opposite Citizens Ban Stuart, Fla., cheaper plan of Insurance, suchas Dural Cowl, tu\ t\it !la man wbo'tried 0U
.
ordinary life smredoalor I Yeah uuo.malh fight hard to see his WORK -- -=
and coach.d -all t. 1 sal ELL DONE, who, at tic'! 'vi' has been some jarred. U

\ 8 40,000 CRATESOF High don 'Jacksonville ', *I n.. learn hi. foe has wont 1 to I;
ef
High and Las t
soarCLAMOaoVs
Waterfront f Properties TOMATOES MOVED s,1.. Coach GIld albl.tl"-d" BUT IN TH' MAIN th Bf: T AN WINS th'
'tor Usisemty,. of Rlc"'ond\" ; San public
lees that-
Along the Indian and Si 1 Luc* rivers and Bob Bound Jacksonville, April 29. Tomato delpb.M.sea College and w.ard NLw cs.oarI to *,main who's 11'1 rr down with .in., ought 0t 0nl
Ala.O not toss In his hall 'Tis "
College
I ros sad '
DULLLuFPLrSS
in
1 will
Inca Fr Shipments reached firml.ham. find
was heavy volume ..,'30. pars Ua AIng you out"no nla
at several Florida production truer words wer' ever wro.. >r at th' POLJ-S ther'

I 1 1J centers during the last week The Marihall Ace ,I 51555I w ,be no doubt, they're KNOWN B JOSE WHO IQa
with Fort Pierce hand- VOTESChristopher !
I eA '4u tCorr reporting for I
ling 40,000 crates and Wauchula B.lltr Public InilrachonAbaie.teeull 'tl} '
e moving 8024 in a single day, according .getting plan based fI u0'I
to reports available at .n ski pupil eapabilitats' and ty op''HONE I I
RV, iS = the week end In Jacksonville of- {sterna A plan arranged I* > rtrl
'
lees of Florida State Markets quip tht BOY sr girl I. continu ale f xaore.Av se
Other lines of produce added ta highs training w duoanon. arla
--
o am f.linng allM graduauwbom --
ubstantlally to the, over-all 1-------;
total -
I
s with some crops gaining volume Ugh achooLll Bo I IFres 1b 'CE' Fred taffordtl I m
will leach l Iho ros onsiblltiios torage b r U S I TPUEMANFertiliser
under the Influence of favorable
al good eitlunihip, . rnako ,
b weather and' others receding readable On.Tho.Spot shoat education ater, InC Give Your Car or Truck
with the advancing: season aipand lb. i_... A Complete Check Up ed a
f and actlritus el neaUonal adscaUad er Stalls.I Civil E TUXEDO
While (he Fort Pierce State dtpt make po..li IExriaIENci'D'ATTfNOollr.AND MECHANICSK ear, 'I FEEDS
Farmers' Market volume special. studies lor thooe centplaIlsq I .
for St
the And
ry ageackaon's >rM ar I>J. AND ,
I II week was latin Aaierin acti ae OPEN se tJ'aI DAlLV a'' tdd
11 1r topped heavily by tomatoes LlNI
j Manager M. E. give hope. and ease. ,o. Land Sutye C Pr.UL ..
Williamsalso
I' "SUTICI"EI, -
men) to vndorpriTilegenr and
reported the sale of 1,550 handicapped. keys Cad ria oat Standard Oil Co.: I'' Stuart, POULTRY HtMEBMS
bails> of golden bantam corn, raise sural.ducalioaa, aDd '". Work I surra, ,SERVIII STATION'" florid' I STORE eel
J : STUART FEED W
packed ftve-dosen to the bag, .
I j jt' lai at an average of $3 a bag Cu- A Solids Su o"fiol J.n.s Pala Pb se w I aoU.PH P.IIIaJootj.W..CHAND1EII.... o..e i, Phone frig', r rrL' lea'FLACU MAHTII AVL .fHOHl"JACK a f' It

I i umbers. eggplant field peas and Tlied-on loren '. i _.J
i pepper In light volume were Included ..J
Ed _
for ..
In Fort Pierce --
offerings' -
giel
I'w The gross total \pf 40,000 cratesof and A 'nisflafof J. ST ART, \'I I II' ,I --
I' tomatoes handled! al Fort if \ I CONCRETEFoundations
'. Pierce during the week averaged InGL .DY.r ..aMr.s PAINT,CO.. \ Electric fJoatlo Ilrm
$6.68. prices ranging from\ $2.10 ra r. Laos I' PAINTS 4VARNISHES 'I i Driveway.. S'd.. M:'
to $9.50 crate
a
Shop fr)
Hocks, Brick, | d
t 4 ENAMELS -- ,, *- Tile l Septic Tfli"

t WHEN 'YO NEED I Dual....rae General Wiring ," >\ 'III Fact'

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MURPHY.I thill' ia Concral'
/ LV E sNEswswu.LiAMS. Appliance Repairs I I .. '
1 DurONT mpDUCT \ UNTILIE Df
I I. rhone 128 PHONE 117'
ANY ail 'DECKEJt'
P. 0 Arcade P. O, BOIl 177 Franc Apt, Annex I II 21'
Bo:83 Phone IgTr

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Stfralls riot 'her"to-lU 'Pr.pertlu Ease Coast Lumber roe and*tmCottages Boats Boat' Houses AND lr

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"Jupiter W/a! Oeean-to-Sound Estats Ii&.' Seafood 'II ).1I..yp.. Of Marine i f Rdof Repairing Modern TyaUer Cott fta1NTALI 1bd

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