The Stuart news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087096/00124
 Material Information
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: May 16, 1946
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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lounty _Preparing to Take Over Witham Field Airport J

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Stuart Members of the 194S Graduating Class 0 f the Martin: County High School Who Took ,;, :
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Emissary Part in the Annual Dramatic Production Were Directed by Mrs. Carl Roth. Below ill Field On Caretaker Status .

fgelO the Cast of "Mother-in.law Blues", 3-Ac t Com-d>. ; \\

: Plan to Aid His Home in 'I' ;
Greece r ( $200,000 Civil Program Is !: ,

',ukablf' drama :MISS TO \\IUlLOntSltnl.S tl I)> IILR: : : I IN JIVE FLORIDA CANALIS Broached By Aero ConcernIt ,
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,1" J Clti tt.tr la i J.K Inn I Witham Fil'ldIal"tlll <'''untv, '. $wJ.. "i

St '; ;nauag- .M SUBJECT AT ;;"soi,i "t \t I\Y f sirlnrC, \\hl'rt' hundreds of MIIIIJT Navy: 4f '.:
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1 \ 1 f;. ri 1 pil.j .. I 'arnerl f tht. dcMfll\ night t fighting technique| ( i :;;
it I now 'c ,d: .n,:, rl I t I'n"] tide't I lit't the, air war with Japan, VHS of ti\ t....;

miisarv I y KIWANIS{ CLUB I .l I: '','I 1 I., 'ri "II i cal't'takl'I' status; \\ednt'< .\ \ .1.1tl: cityGreece '/ w A skeleton crew now busied :

'. I Itll + nth clean-up details, will remain U'

August Burphard Speaks at CROSS GIVES' on the base along with a t11'<
t his e fire force to ,
Program Honoring Com preventive protect ,'
\ ". been 1 modore Stanley Kitching the property until It is officially ',t'

help for I IK. 'lured above left! to right. Mil i.r Human 'I' 1..1! B. Roth. Uirrctor Mildred t lont Lucilr FURNITURE FOR turned over to Mai'tin county nt "

As an The Florida Inland Watcrwa\ Bljiitonaltri Rein, jrlfird I'<'df. _rn ir \.lit How II. Mildred "Ullrr William smith Map a future date not yet announced. I \,51

III hare I way the subject at the Klwan Jo Taylor. Shirley M<'Cullf> \\'%lrnrhilf. Vera, .ambl; and Uallrrrll* Martin county commissioners, I
''trJas YOUTH GENTERI in special session last Friday,
(dub 1 lunihe! in meeting Friday .
clothingtided J ''at which August! Burghard of liiiiitiliiiiiiiitiiliiimiiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiu! I he:rd reports of a specially appointed \}

two ForI. Lauderdale was the guest STUART PLAYS !srE( I \L !MHMMSf.VIllt CITY PERMITS -- I aviation committee and I

"I': Martin ii p_ikei The program was al'- : ) l\ MIDMMITIT The Iut..1 County Camp andH I details of apioposal by Uv Palm :. ,
'1 : committee of the local Reach Aero Corporation represented '
remand In honor of Commodore : URIC THElTRt: -spa ;
'lit plan Sta ile\ Kitching, now ac Inn BELLE GLADE FOR BUILDING Red Crow headed by Mrs Roger I by Col Ike Verm 11a. general r

rH> ,Junior I II chairman i of the Navigation dls- % special midnight showint. D nckla and Mrs Val Bartlett: I manager of the corporation t : ,

I'"M theAmeri : u i'it which he has served for ;a: the lyric theatre ';alurd. of Jupiter Island thU week 1 and State Y* !ng Commander: of '

,I, ._ noip( than 20 years. HERE SUNDAYPublic .,,. night will brcin! at IIG: NEAR 8100,000Crmprehensive turned. on;t HMO north of the Civilian Air Patrol.

.1 I 1 com- Burh.l1'd( .es.sed the value uf when two big honor hits sal| fun tur and recreation equip- I Local) repres:ntatlves who had
."II ,other (Sturv on Pagt Three, men from Witham Field to
I such ,iss"' I tsthe natural water feature the program; ,,, been in contact with government
E ''II'! where'Ilrvatlon \' ijs heie. with a location at the Urged to Subscribe Ion (hanr; takes; the Irad; View of Capt D. B. Ream chairman of officials stated! that the .

I the lug rule in "Thr f rosen dhosf Estimates Several the Youth commIttee. Navy would turn the airport t
int i section of cross-slate to Season Ticket Ccunty .
D\ coin 1 LOCAL WAR HERO 1 canal und the east coast canal, For Team and also in -Huusr of Urarula"; Million In Ccnstruction Hiss Mary Shackelford over to Public Work Administration

,keel His I and also! such pioneer citizensI Sunday and 'Ionda l ; pro- Work executive secretary of the Mar- I. officials soon By the first

;Jt1 i touch I Commodore Kitching who Stuart Sailflshers will play .. Kam fraurrs The llanrrirl tin county: chapt. stated that of June it was expected that the

'!HIJ city TO BE HONOREDAT : c-iiie to ebistlan In 1883 and ret'tin !game( with Belle Glade on <, *" in ttthnif olor with \ r"; teaof building p'm:t> the equipment was given by the I government would" ask th

thl move who hIs devoted his life to pro- the Stuart diamond at 4 o'clock Judy darland. i'>ue
.111 to per ,motlm.. thi ttlon of rioiida next Sunday afternoon, Api i J. IIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItllllllllMIIIIIII r I '1 I the lir.t of the >ar. 1Dc..dm. camp and hospital committee for field Pr:paratory to this the
tI I tell the STATE MEET use at military cs:abl:shmenUin .
board has Commlscloncr '
about so proposed construction i appointed '
This marine h.gn\\'dY. the 10. Minae!!: John N Mann ainounc )-
town ofhelp spcaki aid, is the longest d This will be the 141 "t )job silos s a total of approxi this county With the of- I O D. Qulnlivan, D 8 :d

.:.u 1I I IIi' ,I inland watrway in the world, of 8 I scheduled home games foi CITY REVISING mat:ly $100* vortb of ..olkcomtett'd. rda! closing of the local airport I( Hudson and A. P Krueger as t n, ,
'..: .u. told I : under construct this week the county: has lost committee to confer on all mat
Stuart Band to Lead Legion extending 3.500 miles from Boston which tickets are being sold at
I ''J i the Or- Parade In Recognition of I down around the Florida $3 0. General admission is 5th'Stuart or panned: for !uMMdiat-iy ik l list military; base to b: sup ten pertaining to future use of

S! I''al wire Lt. Forest Ferguson t coast und up to Biloxi, Miss. Of defeated Belle Glade ASSESSMENTSON total, plied by Fed Cross workers the airpor: Th committee recommended :- t

Urn distance 1.son miles are in I I 15 to 0 ill: re last Sundaj home ", aduiOoos and remodel Hence IMrteU Mrs Denckla and Mrs : that the board con C '.:

IIDIIt1.1': )\\'.\\' Florida LegionnaireIn .in- I llilr static. he added. Jr[ pointed With oopertion of the count' In job- outside toe city I limits : : felt that original don- alder a proposition by the Palm r
\.:} \1 '" Angelo O J PROPERTIES ar '**:mated to bar racbfd OfF of the equipment would be Beach Arro corporation which
nual state convention! 'In West out that the water transpor : road Kupruntendcnt A II itchdel )
'I Stuart, Pain' Beach his week will hon01 I tall on (gives' tompcllon to tall \. the diamond cast of the !ic'. a taut r figure and propaead pi to know than' the young i concern stopped In and cutablllshed j.
I "undo last "I.&r\j uoii win dsubtles pn/ple of :-h: contra nities in the civilian operations at
Stuaits win hero. Lt FiredFerguson loads which forces down the plant ha been graded md a I i iI j
lor New by having the bandof : 1r.igiflrate.. county truck with driver hasbeen First of Edua'irat:.., Jlrar- --t,. : ," :uui 1.e
'.1 1 hu na- his horn town /school lead the He 'Uacea, thc history of the loaned to haul marl fur jogs Will Uf Herd seas reaaraa: the saaw.-iaieo. y. Ca;rt. Hta.ti. who began work tara and proposes a similar setup .

cC: He is gUni parade Friday i al from the first survey In surfacing the 11:Id. Bleachers In July the future of building as rented ion a youth center project by I her.
,- Vnlos tO Visit Lt Ferguson won the second 1' 1884< to the ginning construc- are being built, and the backstophas to availability of materials? :I. virtue of his chairmanship of Col Vermllya asked to lease

.( to tell the highest: honor award of this nation j I tlon work In 1889 and conipletion been erected The City jf Stuart last night Lack of materials bas nor surpassed young peoples.'! activities In the a strip of land 400 x 700 feet ,
| Stuart Ki ani
club told the
lu Orlando the Distinguished Service I of the first section from Urging public subscription! of held the tit A of a series of informal the labor shortage and : bordering the air field" The
cub member the'
( ', ural Flor- Cross. for bravery In action In Jacksonville to St. Augustine In | the season tickets Mann said: i s'scions in which the whether workaten can be kept Friday that I simplest way to explain our

I", V"los and the D-Day invasion of Normand I,1912. In 1923 It was purchased Ortaniz-'tl baseball has been commissioners; arc aiding the employed during the cummer K ft from the Red Cross commIt- I business," he said "Is to say it ::

.!' I"Ll') He was so seriously wo meted bv private interests at Kcl ls y practically forgotten In Floridafor city manager In a general revision months is everybody* .-. furniture te' included enough high grade is a garage for airplanes Just L
f fw, and we of all municipal auessimnts Jon Hall himself i veteran to equip a club room i as: you have: automobile garage 4''alongside
ilia past years
that he has not completely afterwards the
Y yet
GOES City years ( ,
foe both
boy and Also I
I scratch and i otitl:d to prior,ties on girls in the Federal highways," ..
had to start from ;
(.. S. BOY SCOUTS rcovered although he Is ableto (C iitinuiil (In Page Six) the
truck loads
<< of furniture
bj.lding materials and bus wife I Hu)
be up and around town We have many addl:ional coststo Most r -ieJentiols'uatioas I I corporation asks for no exclusive -
l Many Martin membci meet-and your support will wEt: be inerr- -ft. It ui indicated Frances Laagford. are completing which the Navy hauled to a ,I rights to the present airfield -
n H county .
': youth Stuart acthl' of the Harold Johns Post and WALTER/ WELLS be appreciated if Stuart Is to In line with brin-tng the roll a garage: apartment on their*! storage! room on the George i and the building of a service -
the'' n-autttal rtvei front ale at Rio Keith place was a baby grand and r
the and .ltLend.I have a ball team. i I clos!r to a for valuation of repair shop adjacent to
) Forty Eight arc
'ted two field __u__ ____ property Situated on the huh rids Oft'riuoltlnc piano. btltard table, floor lamps, the find dos not prohibit any
; I o Army of- Ins;! the Legion convention thwt Because of the ol the St. Luci. rtrcr their j! book cases and practically everything I future developments
>k. A Stuart candidate I lot' RECEIVES AWARD MRS. ELLEN WOODRUFFDIED magnitude or con
>w be pur'II.IIlonal the fun making orianlzatloiCojnty : IN PALM CITY I the task, taxpayers arc requested place is remembered hen as the to rumpletcly furnish a I I tracts with other II.Ylaton! Inter-
Scout el'ib hamr for the "
former Touasaint home for teenage group, ests. IIP
1 __ to wait until 1 a series of I explained
; Supt Roscoe Rollins, rpct'lvl'd z
'''m of fine All w rind i ty
Woodruff of New co'.alization inerlinzs: IK held : old Ulcers r!memt>!r the building nrw a bUild-I The
tic Mrs. Ellen corporation, if given :he
his first d oi I I
giro Veteran Student .
u: \was made Navy u : in wt irh t > put the equipnnirl -
died at the home of tinning! in July \before con- of the pr-ient widen structure 20 lease .
e' viation here Wednesday Prop Local 1 Lv:in Ohio : I I -year : will start Imm:ell-
v iuts by the Selected by FacultyFor the captain told the civic
Mrs Ralph Mallory feiring on the assessment status which still reMlatns. soon at.ly
hi daughter building hangars, office
)usion ei.y guarded, he was parad'dthough Readers DigestMerit 1 I I !eader in that fundaiiui" ;
the business section inco Certificate lot Palm City, Sunday I1lghl.Otht'r of the properti The first (,r after the turn of the *ntury 'I announcing I I I buildings and machine: shops tl>
cn i were campaign would be
purscoutmaster .
I IWalter Robertson Palm
Harry City
will be held
I *. ,ivlct stripes, while photogra- survivors Includefrs. equalization tufting tat ached shortly for this ('rndrrt,,I /11,1/n i i//l r' Su i
,1 i n.) Stuart Ki- plrs mad a record of hUhe L Well,;: resident c' I B. C. Olson of North Carton. on Monday Jury; 1. contractor, "'bo.. doing the I"ft'oe pur- --.. -
I ark stated that the mouon
Cl lo Mrs. Elmora Dean, Cine --- --- --
t kit irs on the chain gang 'tic: graduating class at Main:
contains -
'! Dt. FRED BARNETTTO !"j;ture celtbriuet pan to make -----
Mrs. Majbel'e G'iperol
t: nt! together 'lie school band will go toW County High scholl" rc lv'tll' !d land. Ohio VTTS REPRESENTATIVE THE TIDES
the of Florida
Orwell. Ohio, Mrs. Arlene SPEAK SUNDAY spot a showplace
'st Palm Beach tomorrow to tenth annual rwaid of tie
I be unfolded : Ohio Mrs. ar d architect drswaaga are m TO VISIT HERE ON
le: d the With As;ociiition fo:' Rftlnlkcf Cleveland Ilifh and low water at St
paring meal parade many 1 it' :Klers\ Digest : WEEKLY: SCHEDULE
: be hands of the contractor Its
', Windsor Ohio. Dr Fed: T Barnett. Lakeland.
ot .ei" students out of school, theft .t inputs who. by t'!' Lakewood Olio, chairman of the State Narcotic estimated that a: ban S15O-
Nelson :
Ai hur
,\ boys attending the StateFe'mers' lu' school work 1 give promise I I 'I'' H. F. Dickeruh:ets, manager fndinlo1Y: 23rd
Of:0 will into the home
Ev'ly'n l Nelson New L>me. Ohio, Conmittee. will pak: in Stuart go palatial
meeting in Fort Laude of attaining leadership In the ioT the Veterans Administration 1| Standard TimeCompiled
I Mrs A L. Nel- 10:45: nxt Sunday morningat a& coon; as materials are araUatle -
A 1 sisters
an jat ,
OFFICERSEND 'dah, a holiday has been deck community, it was announced i I 'I l--ilttj at Pass-A-Grille Beach
The have
actor purchased weekly by
so i, Ashtabula. Ohio, and Mrs the Baptist church and at,
red at the local school ac- Pi of, J. Harry P. advises: that
Ly ; contact
O rtie Noid Bessemer, Pa., six 18 clock next Sunday evening at ir:)xned! onu.mn.1l stones for represen- I tapt I). n, Meant
co ding to announcement by pr nclpal II I d'torativc use and a spacious Ia ave will be on duty from 9 Huh I.ow I
Thomas'j te and one the Methodist church. Dr. Barnett I
STATE i Pi tuipal J H. P. Thomas. '.Veils will rec'lve an to 4'30 P M. at the Draft I >
at-grandchlld (I' will be lie guest of Dr. patio. surrounded by two wings \\1: P.a1..M.: : 1 .:\1.1.hi.
-- -- ---- subscription: to Burial will take place at New D. O Aldridge on his Stuart of the z ain building will center Board Office for the purpose of 11 11:31: 11:50: 2:59: 2:1:1: : I I

fi':; Digest for one year and an L Ohio. ,'u.t.: th- front. furnishing information and as- I' Sat. 18 9:10: 9:25: 3:21: 3:11:
I >
VENTION V'ALL & CREWS/ certificate from the
engraved ---_-__- -_-u ___ _---- -- Work on the Suurjt Inn will fU'ance to ca-service men and Sun 19 9:53: 10:03: tOI: 3:50: ))
ltot.s, "in ircognltlou( of !Pass I run:inue all summer accordingto Uvlr dependents and aiding :Men. 20 10:38 10:17 .Jn: 1:20::

ftniplishment( and In unticlpa Power Company Announces Rate the owners who pUn exten- Ih.'n in preparation of the nec- Tuts 21 11:27 11:35: 5:2: : 5:00: )
81, V MIL[ CONTEST I tin' of unl\\ u'll ail k'vi i lent to UI. evidence to establish! their
lib convention, i v." remodeling of the main --ary Mid 22 12:19 6:10Thur S:58
Lr. Orlando at- come" tennis r..Its This service will b! avail- I 2312:18:
was for Small Users bi"dir.g. a swimming pool. : 1:13: 7:10: 7:25::
01> Winkle Saunders, :Since 1937 The Reader's Digest Reductions courts and other recreational abe: each Friday and na is hoped I

nt Riw Taube secretary: BOARD POSITION! has presented these awatds fa:iliUes An estimated total of that citizens of this
'attniek yearly in senior high schools cat on the contact representa-I THE WEATHER '
Winifred Oor- thn sort can not be made peid- ; r
I If
United States otuart will share I In a $250000) ; M ami Beach. Haeah.: Coral03bl8 I'
.me! throughout : ihoit tivor ateijuince
Micnaelson I any ; required
and Mrs the material
; I present f
1 ) stale-wide electric rate cut Florida City Fort Laud '
tinsoi larn: .Petteway Brown- ai'c> Canada: : to the highest honor i" ronnection with ben*fits ad-
announced by Florida Power & !:-dale. Holhwood" Pahokce >or the past week, as, reported -
:iauol.a 1 Beta Club Is an King In Statewide student of the graduating aDApproximately a quarter mil- ro.:-...,ter d by the Veterans Ad- 't'
The awards are part of LI ht Company. This sweeping Belle Glad Oke clobeer- by Mann, U. b
men clnlls miiistratton I
:J' .ervice organlza"isn Run-off VoteR educational sponso rage cut affects customers of all cauia, Bradeinon Sarasota. Palmetto :Jon dollars worth of homs InS Weather Observer, City Hall
school students tin program classes and becomes effective Punta Gorda and Fort : ug Harbor al
pow to promote hon- L Dad Wall, veteran county ,eel* bv logical the association of and the June: 1stPrincipal, Myers and territory: adjacent to ias and Jupiter Islands am- ( Iron tle contact office in West ,I ;

Wct and leadership commissioner and chairman! of were a outgrowth beneficiaries will be these municlpaLUes ri I:lou, program has been pro- Pam Beach will handle the Temperature Readings: I i I
Suarr: chapter the board, and Henry Crews of wide: use of he magazine In residents Maximum Minimum y : ''
was or- the small resld:ntial users and "Despite Increased furl prices petted by sores at a Stoart assignment Mr Garrison
roc April II and Palm City will vie for the county I'.lool worK: Will! tin collabHrt mUlion KUy 9May 70
; consists the small stores and shops and higher wages granted to dollars U a veteran of World War n : !,
of leading educators, a pcc-
Mowing for the 4th tIt n 10 73
commissioner post .
members the
: Every: ccmmunity county
These will get a cut of approximately meet increased living costs: 7
r-Virsinia; : LI trlct on Tuesday May 28 !In fat edition, containing reading small homes May 11 82 12 ) I
'. Burgess, Jean guide: and study $2,000.000. The balance McGregor Smith. Company has .ijntrcus com- : LILY MAY PHILLIPS {
Jeannette the! only local race In the second lirpiovomcnt Dozens of May 12 06 66
Rudd and ando will be spread over industrial president said 'A rate reduction pkt.d or underway TAKLN BY DEATH I I
to schools
tlnerJl'IoShlrley Is available 1
: he Ips 13
May 68
Democratic primary others are planned. Even rural
users and large eonuneicialEstablishments. Is possible because of th 'I
Ann Coane This contest Is restricted to :leges as a supplementary Over 200.000 steady growth of Florida and the : road in the beck county are i firs. Lily Play Phillips. 81, May 11 87 68 : '

:tie:d Gordon, Roberta Nun- ftoclncts 3 (Stuart west of the text hook, :11: Engl1d. :! social customers In 321 Florida communities I resulting increase In our budnfss. coining in for their share of passed away at her home hereat May 15 83 69 : .. I
R'cou' and tracks and north of Indlantown LCWIICC Ct'lIl'6E1.rh bones and Indlaotowntuildcrs 5 clock afternoon
Winkle I new Monday
rural territory '
and plus expected greater rro- "
erg award to Mr '}ills, whoIs In Inches III it.
,: road, and Precinct 6. Palm City j of Mr and Mrs. E, DWell served by the company comics from the operation of are patting mUenees After nearly: !: S years of illn :s, I !
the son
,jmores Dolores Bart- and that part of Tropical FarmsnOI'th of Stuart, and a Navy will be affected I n1Io' and more rffic'ent gel.erI I on the mar kit for sale A comprehensive ''I I Her hu5bard! preceded her ludeath Mayo i f

Haromy, June Matou- ) of Indlantown road made possible Cities affected by the rate reduction I along plants now under con- vi'w of the future four years ago.She May 10 ,
maid was I rI
Mires Phyllis Oakes, All precincts In the county veteran of Prof. includj St Augustine -t me tlon. building of the entire countycan is urvivfd by four soustUOock May n l I !

lUte IIn\n| and Elaine Ulmer- will be open on election day be- through the and cooperation his teaching staff Daytona Beach, Palatka Lake "Ihls Is the fifth major rate easily make a figure of : and Stanley Phillips of May 12 I

!.IeUe; BurgesacMarybCole. cause of the statEwide race for Thomas selected Mr Wells to receive City, Live Oak Madison, Monti- reduction made by Florida! Pow- several' million doIJarU.. I Stuart, three grandsons and a May 13 353 I (

Joan Supreme Court between Paul D. They the award, designed to cello Perry, Sanford. Macclenny r A Light Company since U a/ and when granddaughter Services wilt beheld May It 35 i s

'. Combs, James Mich011y Barns! and W Raleigh PetWway, stimulate scholarship citlzenfhlp ,Melbourne Tltusvllle Cocoa I was organized in 1925, Based on 5fl CITY rER ITSUeerdao at Johns Chapel at 10:30I : May ISTotal ,03J. II i1 11 I
Morrison, Molly and the Railroad Commission at the city h.-l; list Friday morning with Interment ,
George and continued contact with I Naples, Crescent City, West Palm the new rates, the average rate I
Ritch and Joe contest between Fred W Brown good reading. sifter graduation Beachi stuart Delray Miami, (Continued vn page Fin) Continued on pate Si I at Fern Hill cemetery 2.93 w ,
and Wilbur C. KIng t
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|CIAL NEWS and Happenings of -the WEEK IN STUARTIRS.TRACY"RnSsodrtEdltor: TELEPHONE: ;300 s i ,;[ .''t


(ration Reports Given atleof Miss Cleo Mixon is Married to ( |IHe is now &Ji&OClaudah the' ''iUted that Stuart has the most j J C. Tuck i spent the wce'
( Royal Palm Chevrolet company. Ideal location for |peaceful and end in Miami visiting his! brothers II'I

I permanent htm. ovmrs] which who arc >n the auloinotlVA! \ I
f Garden Club SeasonStuart West Virginian at Bradenton t Mrs. George Unkenhok.tr and |IIII') has SICI. an>uher.' body repair business there

baby son, Frederic T'er. trilved l\\ .
Saturday: from Roanoke I ,r

I, MRS. LOWREY IS HOSTESS \a to join! her hU3"f.nd. The

tu sea- TO PRESBYTERUS'mIES : have an apartment in :hr Stuart \ J

ib Mon- The Presbyterian Women., a.ssoclatlon News buildint Mr Linfcen- Mk %
w.ltafordpre was entertained at thr poker has cern on tti* ChUhotm I Ieo. 1tt
p 11 i, home of Mrs. Blanche Low n'\ 1r ? cafeteria months staff for several .....'.... ... .. L L ', .If .
l' s scsu Wednesday at her huntsIts.. 1
Fcdmcn- Holiest apartment or ; Charles Edward Strung -;;---;- \

Mrs C. A Lees gave the
lurld- Mrs. F. R Hor'nn! _ave a spending some time here look- f'. .... J- ,t.. ')' "lllur'a1I1I1II swrrprr, i.a I...
ook comprehensive report on the ing over the prospect of opening ; 'J
25th Anniversary Prc&bytci (of seaplane base and ava;tloni Jf' a tear older' \tmi Keep it 'in ,
[ tin Southeast Florida which met in .i* marine en::tm" repair mop :, : J"J ,
the .g. the best (possible condilion
d Miami. April 23-24 He is!' veteran of both world: t .
liter- I Mrs. Edward C. Young ta.kTi .+ ,/' r....r*.. having !b!'t-n re-ently discharged rJ.I"f!:; ; by hating it linked and
Mrs L Ion the record ruction: program, ( : from the Naval AvIa-
.lepairtd Electric' fcenlteanil '
,It l Neail abroad and the part which the tion In which he was chief aviation ,' !J1

Mrs. I'rf'st-ytt'rlan church's of ;hi, motor machinist Attar Cr '3fe}et.at* Repair
I' I country are taxing toward tint traveling all over the world hi: _h' I
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tircctorpresi movement ,;: .......
lpd l- Others present were. Mr, Lillie
,\ an I Wily Mrs. George Porter Mrs PHYSIO THERAPY I /

,'i uct re- W. H. Smith, Mrs M. R Trimmer I .

descrlbnttc I Mrs. Ivan Taylor. Mrs 'Anne c I Electrical Treatments ELECTRIC SERVICE &
MacOoArll, Mrs B. C Shackel-
; de- I lord Mrs C. A. Carrie! Mrs H. : Adjustments
-.11 and L. and REPAIR COMPANY
Lyons Miss! Anna Ounn E r

"1\\ & C H, HOYLE
.derdaleblack' EPisroru AI\in\ia J.t"KJUw rf'T.yUf A A,.,.
HIS Sl'PPERh: rTl\: (, j- r I 115 South 13th St.
: plant St. Catherine's Chapter :.f f i 11' : Fort Pierce

,'. arable ( Episcopal \Vnar.s aiui' i,' .- .. Phone 399
met at the ar.r1- House '( ?- I
..,tress day. May 13 .it ti.30 p :' AI MK AND MRS, ( \RLES tron and maid of honor. --- --
I lco\cred-dlsh ., Slli.KM\N" MOIU..\\ .
-. were .JI''l'r| : was billed ; !x I vote Identical of
by a busine session fo- In a doaole ring ceremony gowns
god!' taffeta fashioned with
: sixth seat were the ; ipirman V'r performed at 5 o'clock Sunday
: M. Humanre; tary u rMw >. bodice and full skirt. Both carded !
Florida pro ; afternoon March 31, In the I
i t.ibs I I I C. B. AilxvMt- acti r : '.,.irMJSJ. Manatee Methodist church at old fashioned nosegays
inducedBozone '' Alice Dehon t trasimr< M.s | Bradenton, Miss Cleo Louise mixed spring flowers with contrasting
I Stanley Smith; tie Ret.t'1' :Miron, popular and attractive ribbons. They
"hlblti i Ifi-hard M. Fcn'on Miss \: tills I' matching flowers in thrlr hairTravis
i home economics teacher at Stuart "
.' plant : Fenton. Mrs.t' :. jr Chapia.sMiss High School. was married to Gaines, orother- fur It itzi1 o
of the bride. tended: Mr. Morgan
Myrtle C Mrs )
r l s i Charles Sherman: Morgan who ;
uttlully !i i"ll. Hudson, Mrs Paul Hoenshel, I I' served In the Army Air Corps .v>. best man
I .. of'' Mrs A N Kldd' Mrs. H. S. Kelly, i i i for five years and was discharged i Littl MUs Francll GreEne
Mrs: Earl Ricou iI, Sneari' Island Fla.. was ,I : 9uuletuk '
l ,mnium..uandas. in January with the rank of .
girl ud WOK a frock of
I .> 'i I I master sergeant Miss: Mixon I
taffeta. :Master John Knell1nI I
boug- Ill taught here until March.
.' HI MIIMI tOR flMIsMartin | She is the daughter of Mr ger wasting: bearer. The ,
i 11 crepe ,
I were C. B. Scott Jr.. I I '
i Mother( t county championtptllers I and Mrs W, P. Mixon Sr.. of I IWilliam
Metcalf W P Mixon, Jr.,
I I will enter the Miami I Bradenton. and he is the son of I I I
d i .;. Birthrs I H iald district finals at 8 p m, I I Mr and Mrs. C T. Morgan of I Ludliim, all of Floridaiollownii : c
5515ceremony a I|
o, to a in Bayfront Park, Friday. Porters Falls West Va. --- -
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.ho wasnday .1 Mitha Pegram won top honors j The Rev. J. F. Clark rend the II \0c:20CO '._iO : :: :
: here will be accompanied to I vows before an altar banked I.
"id wore Mia1" Friday by her parents, I. with fern, palms and large I Iii '
Mr. wd Mrs James u ul /
H'ilfredtephan I Pegram I baskets of gladlola and white
i I Ann Winship Leach, runner I snapdragon, flanked by tall SEA ,
G xsaminem ; j I up. and her mothe. Mr. 'A'Ilia- | candelabra. I l HER DREAMSLane
t leaves I ford Ransom Leach will leave Appropriate nuptial music was Corporatlo"I GIFT OF

.. Thursday morning for the Magic! furnished ensemble
d Neail, l I by a string: 0 "
kgroundkii City where they will be guests :' and by a soloist, Mrs. Lillian Cedar Hope Chest
\ Harry I at the Beverly Terris! hotel until 'i Lloyd. g U U11M

vaiieties MondayIRItADMIII. I The bride, who was given in ,
chest' in the world-
the aroma tight
lime mind, girlhood dreams
K !Mason, i mintage by her father wore a Big Reserve Smce of
t Thay- 11.'V S MLrT; traditional white gown of bridal i I have come true the hope chess ,",ay To- free moth insurance polity; written by a
pentas; The Friendship class of the I sam fashioned with tight I 11 Must Be Seen world, insurance -plus
is by
this romantic tradition glorified
tarlgated Baptist church held the monthly i bodice sweetheart neckline and
Talmadge meeting: Thursday night at the loug sleeves coming to a point II p THE that most popular gift for girl graduates many other Lane Cedar Hope Chest features .

Mrs E. church annex with a Mothers over the hands, The full skirt o !
I Lane R"J CedAr Hope Chest.
'nn. Mrsmd Day program. An acrostic was extended into a Ions! train and Exclusive I
sea given by members of the cla!'s. her full length veil was caughtby I Distinguishedorkmanhip-Iorcous: ,; Mothers, fathers. brother,aunts,uncles,
Martin and St.
The adult class Invited. head dress of bridal Illusion
Welch ol- was a s..eetbearrs-get HER a ,genuine; LANE!
that ne\er reel or loosen
veneers can
Palmer.nrad.aea, each one receiving a beautiful and seed pearls. the gift of I I]
corsage: as they entered. A cor- the biidesroom Her bridal I Io
"'ir white sage was given to the oldest: biiqtict was of white carnations: 5 THE LANEInaiiultill
bayonet; mother, Mrs S G. Hick;. and and asters centered with calla o
I 'iiIIIJndNe
,pray of the youngest mother, Mm Ruth lilies A
Johnson. Miss Ernestine Mixon and Jensen Beach :/l-"I
-lation of I
tuired red Ice cream! and cake was served Mrs Travis Gaines, sisters of j I U It No; 'Ira I lhurhett ,
met Mrs to the following: M-J A. L. the brld'. attended her as ma- I Cxot oco A"ut" of deep Mithers, Mrs' C H Munch, Mrs ----- -- s .nd .alone .l."miwith .
.tn I H W Munch Mrs, Alice Bentel: 1- 1 onus Cr Afr( nt.l
aqua rood tics cm
ll\Ira. W. R. Baker Mrs Charles I II /.bc. wood. MXLint
>.i.oted Aulv*
:nt to McClanE. Mrs L->n;> P":ldarvls'I' .....l 11.>.
R B. MCIttartyn- I I Kin A. I. Maxon. Mrs I
1 Kitkliter. Mrs Hicks, M-s Eva A BANK MONEY II IIIS
Di Charles Row ell. Mrs. Cecil Donaldson, I b
Mrs Johnson, Mrs. Ralph
Mrs Earl Tillman Mrs. cross'J
*. Introduce Anderson Mrr Ronnie Cross, :
a. afternoon: Mrs Blanche Blair, Mrs Nclli" !
H!. tiers Franklin Wall. Mrs. L. M. Durrance, Mr. 1'1'
r w Howard Neal!, John ODay, Mrs. Harvey Hom- It is with pleasure that we present to each girl member of( the ,I

:, lar Mrs. Andrew Pittman and '
au& refresh- ,, Senior Class a beautiful miniature Lane Cedar Chest, useful as a treasure
t si Mrs Herman Reitz.
Centerpiece eing n member i of MK Federal 11t'1
irrangement, With Mrs Sylvia Fetzer has joined Corporation, a Hank Money\ Older pUl'ch< chest: or trinket box. These are being presented to Evelyn Lucile Blanton,
s *) ubbles the staff of the Johnston Dime sured up to $5,00000.; This lidded Virginia Aleine Burgess, Mildred Ray Clonts, Alice Lorraine Crane.

=' >f the sixth C store, having begun work Mon- nothing. I I
Jde the gar- day morning Plan to u>c our JlunkIOIH'Y: orders( Isabelle Verna Gamble, Marion Lavina Homan, Katie Ruth Hurst, ,

\'" '' Beach, Fort tend money /away. They arc sale, (' \\'(' I '
Willie Mae Norris Jean
Shirley Margaret McCulley, Betty Parker, '
of Fort La'i-
1 all Sebrln August Burghard less! than the usual. money order Kites.! r

A"\n park ma derdals where he was ecretaryof for For prompt and courteous: service! Mary Lou Redditt, Artie Cullen Rowell, Jeanette Winifred Rudd, [ t t
Garden the chamber of commerce iJ iJl5
i'. Dec'mbEr Club at many years was a visitor! In Stu- for jour Bank Money Orders Annelle Sampley, Doris Gladyce Simmons, Mildred Virginia Stiller, t ,
Mrs art Friday, having come up to t
n'aero Leach, hon- speak to Stuart Rotarians at the Mary Jo Taylor, Peggy Jo Ulmer, Mary Dee White and Wylene White. \

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: : To the nine boys in the graduating class, Jack Boggess: Robert )
PHILCO LINEs Leon Hamrick, James Mciver llarrell, Thomas Robert Hcllier, Jr, Dan .:(1
s Wilson McClure, Alfred Pedersen, Jr., Charlie Larson Smith, William M 1 i
'CERATORS' DEEP FREEZERS y ; j",1 Andis Smith III, and Walter Lee Wells, we are presenting checks for j s I

IAEC $2 each with which to start a saving account or to purchase some :
TATE useful gift.Rowell. '



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to Radio and Appliance Co. Member of Federal Deposit Insurance f'1

eeol4 Corporatlo"l Krueger Bldg. Phone 61 Ili
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; ) jI tuut ct1 DESPERATION Horticulturally Speaking I I Stuart K.: A. Menninirer:Xe\vs, i Kdilor,

J iliiished, '" every, Thursday at n.miiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimi.i.mi'iiiu' .iniiiiiiinT.ppmc I ) Stuart, Florida
, t stunrt Marlin county, Florida, ,llir lira Mr. Menninirer :
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i.Stuait Dally Newt. inc., I'nllC'.1"I hI''' I Seldom has a candidate for high office. I l lvlgorOUS
Florida corporation of( M i\ (CIIIIK "f l course tier, Iniaraniln/ ,uross lit, ))) Jim < support aM was my pood, fortune) '
a. Entered as second-class mall hit.h' has slrovMi the slrecl with Mu M"'\ >m>. loi It' 'l.s. II is" .1' j the race for press the United State Senate. I 11111 i*,
matter at the pest office' at miigiillKTnl tree.Pilups lul to you and other editors for this ouimmkeni, i

Stuart, Florida, under the Act; r awl next. mosl eonsriiciiom \\.ii: .1 whlll' flowweil. Her' in' then.ilNdm of confidence) ,
1 of March 8. 1879.T1 I! Sek-nci-' rhturh'nrd tltnl t tens oil' full <>If hl..K'IOm 'bur' nut. It will be my constant effort to meet 1 this

A FREE PRESS : 1 YEAR! OF SERVICE I wefks th.it, it inspired loin'of., folks to ask, Mint. \tree' In Ihat1",. hard work and aggressive! service In \\VhiiHit\' st!'

I told them (II I was TalMhula" ,'f/llMil/ !seine were' crow with, nw. lorlipllint counting strongly; on the newspapermen oi Florid
and The Sl.iurt. n.ll>. N... *f I a ........e,. I do her common name 'fir I ">' abreast' of the m J1).Ital problems
th.it trern mil stay
ur ,0., $n".r1. nine. 'h. 6 I uncommon me ? afar(
A FREE PEOPLE !,, i.ulill.hi.l In t4an, AIIMI' I.. \ .1;, itlllll hlossoim were shell [pink in color hit w> f. H't' !file) I'1"Nvlnle welfare of our people which WIIal'll"p/ (luring\
I'"n' l <. nnd 'lh. Rliiirl. 61.......... v.. I Ilnh L. / bkminnl wlthOlit.11'0\ l the
., Th. TIIRM" /oMnINn.J I I I 1 : !. II is notc-woilliv, that llifn time the \hw yenr' ahead.
Mai, Ii .'. .Kl. The Htwrl Dc.ly.' ".- on si'\1..1. turnshma it has bl'NIT'1rohiIP' In full leaf. I appreciate) greatly the courtesies ,
f', *s h?:vldItt,. :; :;! !n.Orlobfr fonnrrly, l r.I 2i novn:rnNetl.r; The iiiRipimf' tnv HIT fu Uoom ( riuinrria, of ifiJia/ ) in Colonrl your column, both during my term ax (I'<"\n.(
.i'h l.rl.ln I II. vrlopw.SUBSCRIPTION \tt< I O..I..i.eld's, l > .net. lit dura Riihlilng, loin,. .and c-lirwliiw. Tin' Ilimi"' the campaign x\p have just! concluded s,", ,occes(

"I'W'11",1'' t: ro...,., M.nn" ,.ro' ,m.ch. oved I for Ms l h y ll.iwoHiin girls Ix-c-nnsc' of (Itch' 111'11111IUICI i \\'ith111'111 1 personal! regards. I remain/
fa\I I J .r I ln, ..AAvnnLine. Mnnxe. r ;1 1,'I uri.HCfll' '. j Yours faithfully
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RATES \rmi een tlxpink i Spe-isai'd |,. H
I nt M.II nIa 1' T". tti. ?. .. t- .,,nf" 'OIl'I''cI l with (lowers 'in mv )vnid tend just t mutt, of( ll>e C'biWi.in t -

!. ... ,_ir". ro', ". u ,'i, "ih. mn..,......, .Mqteh the I rh' I""i .OIK" 'I'IIIC'' !.? I j I Editor The! Stuart; iNews':
?, "hie, ,'"a rte.enlent.. l I This i is (the month for Canti-nta; "flnrttla \\\.itllll" woiidwfiil( lilownw.nnl We invite the public to attend our club mmimoei .
n. A..n,? oj Pr .I ... ,h, u.. rem r,,,ubllclllon nf ill ..... fcilkl cull, than Olio, :
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    ;MLMRril: : ,1P TIE) .\SSOCI TED PRESS I l.ismiu tlioucli coinw tliev me not |j..mhlt"l< ,nt all The pnic-llc.ilK' I definitely' not asking for $200 monthly. This ,Ism), tot(
    --- .. 1 114 k. ,, ., nmmaila) IB In hlnnm llilsiiiinitl I will It
    IIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIllMllllllllltllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII t 1 d a I ('(nil. ( "ipe .I.(.isinlne' (Tulu'riHiinonlatMi' / the government: nor be subsidized nor \\/1>,h: 'yet
    IIIIIl1111IIIIII IIIII IIIIII II II IIIIII E r too and Is .1 must In evorFlcirld.i e-irxlc-n. I Tills Is to be paid by a 3' Rross Income tax mirth
    J Worthy of Meditation\ H.in'lia ////"rlif"'r/ / i Is In l>li,"nn now nil \cr> Ftoifda., and I tit, I $100 or tl,200 a year being exempt. Those n, ,,reo ..
    foe >.attiii'. ill Slnnrt are ,no. i-Mrplion. It in (11)(' Hne t ol tin1lirinw1 to 160-the blind the critically 111. the tmmh'

    iiiiiiMiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiimi To mo. ex try h' 'iir ,i'.1'' r ih, i' perfect miunlc.' I I'i.mint t II(' pickinl ind enjouxl I f ore glad to Rive further Information at our\ ,ciMh, 'nwj.i .
    -\Vnlt Whitman T I I <: % Slim, we ciprrinvnlrd with >n fl'pl it tine tin*. But the meet fhorUiW I du ( ,ili/ens Rank, nl Shun I. .ire rcrt.niiK.. piitllnc on p-inxl: shim now 1 President Stiui Tn_
    $3,000,000 WORTH OF TOURISTS- I became w acute under their xlououirilioo then we iully bed I to ut-Ike- OFAI">'i I In mown Burden I have IKH-II paillc-iil.nlv. lute-rented 1 m I" T.

    I h''"'' llint' bloomed' !! Ir.n week late: in. April I ntid un nce>dinj i lt.
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    ConM'r'lItl'l'IlinWlt'I.l the tourist trade during L 1111' is a i IllIwlllllfttflil tiui 11 inn idfiini-Hi nun/ 11\< ".i. .M "Shade and Ornamental T
    the peak :3 months till of Martin nuinU merchants, hotel (fur' (lie lust (lime I lulth till the- leaves on the !tree! ) and/ I'm vtiuidiiinilieber \:
    men, apartment
    house owners and I the r'-iin.-il' trade of thin area more( t than CASHIERS: V. (r.-The mountain of t wl'"II'I'nol'lh: l I \\ (his \MIS, nc'C'Idental. I've liccn interested also in aen- lie.inliInt For South Florida And Cu
    $3,000,000. Carolina are at the height of their( !beauty this. month, for liliu' llowi-K-d' 1 trite CiidiiKiiiii;, i iuilnnialin\t: \, hk'h put .on" a I IIIHilispUx
    With the cooperation "f James ill its pot. it !grants: so Mrsluulx that nolmdx will) U>(lici lo I
    Poyram. Mcrttaryof in Iht.lIlIf' the cliMei- mountain laurel abloom
    the Sttuirt SniltVh chili, who wd at Inc lime associate. } are plat I II. .in, ,1 l when some l.imfri liMils. with it Im A or /N vicars and gel< lsH By DAVID STURROCK & EDWIN A, MENMDOR '
    'd with the Florida Motel rommiNcioii. the sews. present everywhere, ami higher, up where Spring i is later and the \ up to IM' a Ix'.intiliil little eveipecu'''' lice" lull of blue HIIUHS I Inwniils .
    the following statisticaliimmary showing the approximate : maple are juxt beginning to loaf out the flame azaleas! so mncli for it nobodx' will) Ian It. I li.iu.1 t do/en Ciiiiiniunitied ; / '''
    iicroinmoclatioiiK! ) in the urea. In some cane these wiiil the white dogwood make the forests exceptionallylovely. .it le.isl, linn Mill 'Ics and liiontjli then|| err ulreaih thuveais. .AGIN\ : .\rn\n':

    figures may lie shy. in some cases over-but they itive it The trilliums and ludy sliiipers} nndioletn murmur or "I'li.ic ,old. Ificv. ) I are less than ;2! leel Ilih): TIC, are rc.illv. slot 'IIIP R OIlIfI l.iimh) (Dfitajiiiiamu/ ) mclndshiului '" \

    pretty clear picture or the number of visitors. the area about your feet its you walk through the woods, and! in /pnmgis, Use hJ'"lmlnp; fur. me tins mouth xu-re Rriiufrlila, / iimi',IKIIKIxvblili '' : hut comprises" mostly lipibs The 1.,1.Ilhillf \ "? 't
    can accommodate : I has promise l.n<'ltrn I'iiaiitiilii, ti huli disall' >t.hds me. Qn; %'i/jni/; '"i i( rise to the 1I.11I1.f. the f.imilv. Theje .in .', ,m,' xj\ :
    STUART AND PORT SEWALL the roadside. gardens are quantities| of thrift, ills, wigolla, lniil'ii
    Pelican Hotel J 140 oriential poppies and many other spring flowers.As on Can;
    Sunrise Inn 80 we lice through north/ Georgia sand into I the E.A,M. I "tills.titan as ornamental, plants. Conlui;/ is tin lirgrM: :

    flamingo Hotel 82 Carolinas were enthralled' by the roses: : mostly ramblers! ----------- I iniitiiiiM, mum tic,", of fll'lIoll11l'nl,1allll', llu 11",1. ] ".,",.d
    Victory Hotel CO which are a mass of color now, but also the floribunda FLORIDA LEADS IN SOUTHERN PROGRESS nf some species air iitili/pd in their native h.ihii oJ

    Kt. Ucie( Hotel" -- __ 40 roses. along, the highway between Pendloton and Clemson. ( Florida Highways; ) BOl'11I1JR1.HE'OU'T; :: ,\. from the \\t j, \,,,, ..1
    Stuart Hotel -- KO\ S. C'oo. a I I0( .mlle stretch\ ( / that is t the most !beautifully landscaped :North Carolina, has probably mails( more industrialprogre'i I I | i-x'PI'green( Imo. of itpnghl, !growth: with ot'ul lets, 1 1i,i |
    C'ttrlton Hotel 40 highway it luis. ever boon my pleasure to t'lyt't'tc.( in recent decade t tliiui! any other Southern State', HIP, smiill white nUl'f'1'.111' cairNtl in open cj"|, I. |lit| j jm.miiPi
    Atlantic( Com i Apartment* 120 All the year" that highway is uttJ'actlith roses featured Georgia/ has i-fcently attracted' ninth attention by the an- of giowlh( of this her, somewhat ic-scml!>l l.< ,ii I .I,t f<' i
    France Apartment 120 now. !but when they are gone the pink'lowered mimosa tiiiies/\ ol its State goxernmenl in ,Merul important) fields the/ I'limirxxrKNi' It i is a !good: (11'('(' for tiny culls |II"1 I? ,
    Edjrc'water Apartments 80 trees will take their' place, and through July and Augustthe Kentucky us waking up and, has recently been described! I ,,10111In'f'. B orate that i is useful for garden( pm.i "i >
    Rice Hotel .. .. grt crape myrtles hold sway in a big way. They are really I in ii national magazine\;( us on the verge! of a revolution In t C0nniLB, \ .\, from the West ]Indies, is I ,qtr| ,,| u:
    Virginia Apartments. .. 21 spectacular. ( Incidentally the "mimosa"! trees do not belong gO\'el'l1mt'l1tlllllel'\'ice. What about Florida? with one 01 mo.1"IIlI..1'.. trunks and spieadh ,tn!
    Rlvervlew Apartment CO to the :Mimosa genus at all. Botanically the "mimosa"tree A check of the progress in Florida will reveal that llgr-ic-eful( ( top The. mum-ions slender' lateral bison< I h61,'!. ,- "Id"
    Majestic. Apartments CO; is Albix.xla;( uihbrlssin ) our State. has! forged ahead with the best t of them We do> wi'll dollied with the medium gore foliage I n, Stu,,, In

    Pltchford Apartments ._......_.._... ... .... S W.ilhalla.. P. C.. which is the most prettily landneaped I not have as much industiv as :North ('aI'0Ih1but/ see have l Ic.ives arc hrnadlv ox.d. 'M Inch long.' ( HIP .itli idn 'n, ,11,1.1,
    Hibiscus Apartment It ''l smell town 1 have ever seen, I the southern magnolia more( industry every year und the development} of our I of( smell )xcllmv HOXVPIS' err fnllimrd. 1 hv small ul.H.. .' ,reset,
    Sunrise Apartments. _. 1C ,,1 blossoms we had been seeing all t the way from, Florida, cJtrm. and tourist. businesses has been phenomenal! We srmi, -prgiwn. ( arm lor genei.il" pl.llltinglIitlhl!, I r., Ihs ti.Oitbl.t ,
    Holleran Apartment 24 reached their greatest" \ leanly of display) and the mountain have had, less national publicity) t than Georgia; but xve have: I ( \C10C\H1'A.: : from! Cuba: ., is in' "prurn, ', ,
    Greyhound f.odJl'I'8httdo'lawn Kb done as much or more, to improve (education health and 1 I
    laurel \\'as in full bloom Dogwood was (nil gone and welfare. I I, arm with short trunk .md tiff hram'lIillfK: Tinn c o" "uv, I i n. ,
    Apartments 30 summer hud !begun, with all trees fully leaved: in ire '3IlIc'ht', d.uk
    many lonjj. It is lards
    ( ( a( Iit.mi
    gippn '
    Green' Apartment 10 shades of light!, green to contrast with the dark blue green I Florida 1 in still smaller than Georgia; or :North(, Carolina dix, soils, althoiich: dfc-iilnons under. iiiimnnlK drc,,.ncil K'
    Stuart Auto (Camp' 2M but is growing, more rapidly than either of them In
    I of the white pines' and other conifers. It was really a I I COPDI\\ DirilOT\I\ from ,
    Individual Hosts! < apartment" and room. 410 startling experience as we began climbing! the mountainsto I some.r\"pl'4' !! :North Carolina: .l'\cl'cd": Florida in total expenutures with a short trunk iml M-\pr.il upright' brandiespii PJiihppiiMs. ,,v idmi., > m)
    realize/ thlll't' were turning back the calendar and lor essential services out, when the figures The
    : I
    lung Rlender literal .', .
    1,592Iloke's are translated into per capita terms, it i is revealed' that hiimlungs awshglillx/ di "pms
    mo'lnl'er)' tlt't( nltt'lf'om a land of summer to a land/ / we thin .
    slioots hp.ixilclothVd
    ) .
    young are with rite TI
    JENSEN BEACH where early Spring "tl1Irt'IJ."I1l'd, the tree were still largely are wisely! investing, a* much or more thanol.th: Carolina ) t loli.p *
    smooth' lent r. are, hio.idh]) ovine 2V3. inches ilh
    for Iwal'lall long II lulu"
    Ocean Breeze 400 bare after a severe winter" that brought 40 and sound governmental obj( tf \'es. I(
    Uendr "M' C'amp 20 eirly flowers were just beginning to appear. snows Consider what we have been accomplishing! Flor I l lips t It i Is tl I hardy deciduous lice XM'lli a graceful sluradl\ \\ I rlor

    PItchfordV 400 :Most\! of the farmers in the mountains have potatoesIn I ida in recent yeats'e: have at last!' )put our public schools I general( .1;
    Gideon 60 the ground and a lot of other .stuff but a killing frost on a sound financial basis ; are have extended our public COHn .\ CEH \ C.-\\ 111t.S. from Cubs i is a, l 1..11. >Wexpigiepn
    lIllchaelllon .. 60 two weeks. ago ruined tomatoes and tender stuff and these health !service to all counties ; xxe have stepped up old age I ( tree with slender( bran(hinge( and liar lui I ICs aox.il.
    Crossroads assistance the maximum of I !glnssx.: dark Icnxps. 2.:1II1.h.: .. flux, rrf
    10 will/ come later this year. Plenty of spring onion and lettuce lI l- : to matching Federal aid ; xve green( long!:
    WinowlecklFojrarty are repairing and expanding sight ill 1..11''illll'r or o.nlx when 'm"'II'd' ,l mth, a ilinx
    15 patches are to be found in protected\ areas and of our clI'todiallnstitutll'ns! Into ) Spring ( <
    10 I course there's rhubarb I picked enough for a pie this what will be modern and humane facilities l ; \ve ore giving snoxv-wlulp nO\\'f>r'. It I K n h"nltrl'l' f foe, !mmul, ph
    0 J. Bunch ._.. :20 afternoon The strawberries' and raspberries lire thick on attention to our school buildings' courthouse?I, jails nnd all. foi dix soils but deciduous under tens dint ,.,,.minionsrOKDIV '
    Murdorks\ 10 the'Ine" now. the little apples that escaped the freezeare State office !buildings : xxe are preparing:' to spend many ) 110LST1I.( from Kenva., is a rapid-giuamcl'' !
    White 8 swaying gaily, on th.,>" tree perches, and the wild million of dollars/ on our highway system xxhich ah'end 1\ ith "J.lIIt'll'nllt'lI .inches and unmet'oils, late't.ti I In,met
    Hanna 8 Llyckberry bushes that line the highways and waste. placesare compares fa'ol'ablwith' those of most. Southern States l In c large( Intend soft leaser. S.0|(I inches long, err nurd, ,nntf t
    I a FredrlckM-n 20 white with blossom, promising plentiful crop) a little these and in other respects: Florida i lof revealed at the forefront .hoots. It"| a low land tree lor khcltrrrcl llrcatr'ii'CORDit '
    l'acku: ._ 10 later on. of Southern progress; LntrosrnnsTE\\( : : o.i. >.i, ..s a> i tar-.
    Hayes )10 Outside the window where I write is a splendid big Our State i 1:4: entitled to more national recognition for tree with .1 s,0|, ,'| |h,',nnk, and, (| <(.\1'1'.1| stiff f, npxvaid'gn',''""''P Ixa
    Rio 20 peony bush. of the large, white-flowered kind known as these accomplishment and for the programs, now underway main long Sidr-utrepiug! In''anc.hlets..! The inmimPi, rile win
    Colcbrook .__ "(0) Fe t1\'a maxima. It i i" not a rare one, but vigorous: grower! to make additional improxement.: in our facilities and lightly( clothedith stiff, hush oval leaves with I i"inrl, tip' '
    ,j Ward' .50 and bloomer. It bears 7 or 8 jne big buds that promise amass sen-ices.' the uppei stiifac-p, is dark, green( and the nndrrsidr. ur.. I..h

    I of flowers in a few days. The )plant is: one of many hardy c-xrrurrrn: her for general planting! or foi <-\J>'''''fi I IC.OKDIV
    ti6n grown from roots that my Dad shipped to me from Topeka, TO STUART : \Il\: t. 11'1111I, Tropical Asia. Is .1 slt,.,ill Mslendor
    !." Sewall'n: Point 50 Kan., several years' ago, and which will bloom up here in (Written on Arriving) bundles and, dimming( branchlits. 7'htidf, lOt
    Hobe Sound 400 style this year for the first time. The elevation of 3,600 Sit beneath the flowering trees, arc kmtKilh. and clossx: on I the upper( surface tenth!:: md ht h
    Salerno and Indiantown 198 feet t ,seems i to hold back their! development somewhat. Fish beneath the Sun, under sinU-e. The 'Iran's are tparwly' set on tit, mWNigs. '
    II Grand total of Stuart, Port Sewall Jensen I can think of nothing, I would like better than to Come here for a rest The small \\hill' llimen) an- ca'ino Reach Sexvair Point IJobc Sound Salerno stay right here fur I the next five months but unfortunately Or come here' for the fun.Everything hardv vml-ilec-idiioiis tree fur dry soils

    anti Indiantown JJ.500: I'll be back at work in Stuart by the time you read! this for comfort COHIDIA :'\111D.fl'lIlI1 the \VCst Indies .is .I. stucbniiHliunvsiid ,
    Rome of these persons. spent., a* high as $20 or more in print. The loafing! will have to come later I K.: A. N I. Made by Cod; and man lice with a ihort stout trunk and I 'prJ\I] "
    per day ; somepent lit, little as $5 or less per day-on Streets and home all/ laid out brandies ( lull
    mining filled >
    a sproady The I is in
    lodging, food sport. fishing. ', driving, and entertainment According to a plan. (eked lateral top top '
    WHY OTHER TOWNS PROGRESS and twig The thin \\)11h'l!
    "A; conservative Sweet land of sunshine
    average would be $10 per day or an income dollied with the stff, Rlssv, )leaves 3.4 intlt.s| |1.1I\,,,,K, W'
    of $35,000 dailv to the from the tourist trade And eternal spring,
    county round, Sit
    J I during the season, Figuring the peak. season at 90 day C. Of C. Goal Of $8,500 Is Little City of Stuart with Us tape-ling dusters tits bright,' nic-di.im< red. U-rries green. It is very the'slmxu 0111.,11IJ, }
    Martin county realized *::150.000 from I the tourist. trade 'Ti thy praises I sing It ,is a !: following
    hardy tree (for div soils locations
    I in the lIt'aKon'of 11M5.-IG. TO STUART or exposed "

    On further conservative estimate. at least half of Over The Top-At Vero (Written Just Before Leaving! ) big> trunk CORDIA and! OBLIQtM' (hem. !India is a stout sprea.lvI. d'''
    stocky branches with, long.
    these tourists were interested in port fishing in one formor Come on down to Stuart spreadv mom
    another, and that asset thus contributed roughly The merchants are on spree, hrancbings; The "'lIlt'r twigs mid young hINlols, cam
    $1,575,000: to our economy, in the past year The local Chamber of Commerce They don't just double the price mtimith leaves which are broadly oval. 3-5 indies long daiMsmall f
    The $3,000,000: tourist industry N: vital to Martin has passed its financial (foal of Hut by gosh, times it by three. xx hit? flow ers are carried in open clusters.- It is .1 h.lId)
    county. Particular praise and credit should be given to $8.500 In Individual membership Black market prices flourish. tree for Jt'n..rall".mling( ,
    i t those agencies promoting, it, such at Martin County support according to report of If you need it you gladly will PAY CQRDIA nOTHII, (from )India, is a small tree XMllu sk*
    ,i l Chamber of Commerce Jensen! Bench Business Men' President /. Oouglai Bjker at a Just u penny here and a penny there> and thin, slender, sprawlv hranc'hings. The thin lateral 's
    Association, and Stuart Sailfi Club. These! agencies d e- session( of the hoard of directors But it nil/ mounts up in a day. tho leaves cliKteipd near'thp tips. The narrow sliff.v l'<\''

    serve the wholehearted cooperation of the entire county Tuesday noon. Oh, yes: xve 'have our amusements' 2-11 inches long, with )l.road, rounded tips, pile pw( ,
    .. { In their efforts to further encourage and develop this Ah, we did it. Over the top But wait a minute. That A shuffleboard built for two, white flowers. are In terminal. clusters It is a hardy 1It'IIII
    urf>a. little item above was clipped from the Vero )Bench: Pros* A moxie for those so indulgent, I tree (or general planting, .suitable for diy soils.

    'I ,- -- -- Journal and refers to Vero Beach Chamber of Commercenot But of bar rooms we have quite a few, CORDI SEPESTCV, the CEICFR TREE (from Ibei6is '
    DOUBLE TROUBLE Martin County Chamber of Commerce. If you're old lack much ambition, I stiff-growfngw'illt( a slender trunk and slender, stiff. spread!,
    f, An exceedingly talkative young man came to Socrates The local Chamber of Commerce Is still two-thirds And like to sit under the trees! The I few short lateral, shoots carry the large !stiff leaser d"'
    I and! told him that he desired to learn oratory. shy of meeting its budget of $6,500 for 1946 Come. on down-bring your heavy clothing the tips.. The harsh lenxei are 4-8: /inches long, with long *'

    After a lengthy discussion, to which the young man Vero Beach and Indian River county are progressing! 'Cause if you don't you are niedinm: green. The of this tree lies in its termini
    1 III contributed! most of the conversation, the great teacher There is: no finer index of that fact than the fulfilling of a likely to freeze. bright mange flowers. borne f for months nt a time. It is :; P PReneral (0'
    li 01 said "I must charge you a double fee." Chamber of Commerce quota. Stuart and Martin county Impressionist !( planting! although semi- deciduous' on diy mills a'
    "Rut why ? asked the prospective pupil. are struggling. The fact that we have not yet made an Editor's Note : \\'e must commend "Impressionist"! for so poor resistance. I to cold weather

    4 I "Because," answered Socrates, "I must teach you two extremely modest Chamber of Commerce quota is proofof fearlessly! stepping into the vale of the Muse. Somehow EIIRETIA AVACUS; from north Mexico nod rexaS.bJ.'
    'I sciences : the one to hold your tongue and the other how the pudding. we gather the impression that "Impressionist"! landed here 10 medium tree with stiff branchings and thick co.lI'ot'; ,
    'I to !peak.-Adrian Anderson! in Your Life. What makes a progressive community? Just plain with considerable cabbage but i4 i! leaving not so heavy 2-.1 lId1es long. The small white fragrant Flowers air '
    pulling together and cooperation. Active civic commit laden. term 11111 I clusters It Is a hardy eml-dccldllous tree fo' t P
    \ t CALM YOURSELF, POP tees in which individuals give of their time and effort for lions, suitahle for dry soils,
    ) The young mother was terrified While visiting the community's good-or their lack-spells the difference year-and of them EI1RETH Is asp
    I everyone can afford to invest in the TIMFOLIA. from the West Inches,
    : several hundred miles: from home, her baby had been between progress! and a stalemate organization which works for the branching tree with and 'Nyaungrr
    and short crooked branchings
    bitten by a dog. What if rabies should set in? Should) There's nothing the matter with Martin county. The of all Martin county-the Chamber of Commerce progress growth carries many the thin leathery oval leaves. 3-4,1 s'
    -e"1 she notify 'her husband and perhaps worry him unnecessarily assessment rolls show that we're worth lOOOOOOO-and Let's get organized, and let's pull dark green. The small white carried in term"
    j.-. or wait and see ? Finally, she sent him this telegram that's conservative estimate. put are
    a ii $3,000,000 in our this quota across. Mail\ your 1915 It is a hardy semi-deciduous locations e
    t membership tree for exposed
    I : ""Something terrible has happened, but please don't bank and approximately $12,000.000. war bonds in the Chamber today. It i Is an investment in !progress and to the for dry soil.
    p t }worry. -Pageant. community All businesses prospered during this past citizenship, good

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    fu FOR SALEliimiiiimiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii I AROIT ,: Kid .It"h W R Vincent, con- ipsldcnce; Broadway Builders,. demand on inn emir ,% stem ,',,11\ r l ,l",' f : Ira' 1 1Ial. I ''Iw ''rltc., onvideraIn '

    un'tor( for L C. Clements four' concrete block residences: ; prior to 1940. You can see we till, (1(11(1, \11 \Ir' L.0 pdoeh01I'I 1 i ''I" r n,

    "I'ENrll.: :NHANI'RNI.R1), ; V", .,. u,' hv, City Permit 'I jKixpisldp! Park garage( apart- a 21 x 40, $4.000 27 x il.1 $5,000 arc planning for a lot of growth I 1.11" I" 'NI! t dru.mll' ,1 'yn' h 1 f.SIA. t I'I'I
    '1)"n 01),1'11' .h." I ; ;
    .r. ( input 22 ,
    Ihmuln' x 20 $2,000 Contractor
    (iLL ""'''I1IAtI,. xt the 1 Rl nxrtiray, ::. ; 34 x 45 $0.000 and one 28 X 89 : I don't know of any better wayto _
    -- ------. ._-- iContlnu! ,:'(l from! page One l L Decker for J, W. Wester, S.9COO demonstrate our faith In the I

    m mMENTS permits uleuclalc, concrete garage and Arthur Dehon $1.500 remodelIng I future( of Florida '
    'f for ,
    33HiEU (
    SPECIAL cciiHtructlrn work service station 2000. New Industiial and pumping ACOLLEGEBUSUESSor
    Job on a 28 x 30 frame
    I h h'I I Wltlltn.. the ally lace,, Jan 1 as Frank Mason two dllpll'xapal'tml.'nlA dc-nrf moved from Pnlm resl-1 rates announced by the company :
    Local People May Buy A follow: In Mariner Court on Road lest month reduced the bills ol f
    ' ; Henry Cnbre Dixie VIf'w.1
    CHOICE South
    HOME Federal
    SITE Soirh' intern highway $3,000 540 customers by $313,00 annually TRADE SCHOOL
    Natural $1 boo frame ,
    Qa Co. each residence; C APoilet.
    Right In the City of Stuart Charles Horley 24 x 34 .
    ,I p, ; For In Olrnc'ale( .' 12 x 17 :idntionto concrete block residence in Glendale $200 addition to prl'sentRal

    FOR RENT $1.00 DOWN AND present :ijin.ding. $(,00 R L, subdivision; $1,500; RomanJ age to be used temporarilyfor BUILDING MATERIAL EDUCATION FOB \ )
    (Ctli / Callahan, IiMln, 30 boat building shop; L. E 1 YOUI
    ludppn,,, ,,IIMMWIIMMIIIHHUIIIIIIIIIIIIII'MMMIIIIIIIIII, $1.00 WEEKLYSee c-oiVraotor for Ruby x 35 concrete tesltlencf DC Loach, a 12 x 24 addition to CEILINGS ARE SET
    tli Fult. u ,.r, x. :w rcsld Section l of St LucleEstates I
    cc PDe residence on Osccola ave, to lx' I
    LEWIS E. DAWSON sty IIdct!:tum. $2,1500: Con- &JOO $7,200: W R. Osborne '\u
    VICTORY HOTEL tra tn s A, Matthew for O W E concrete Wheeler addition, 10 x 12; Smith High School subdivision : I prices for certain hud build Yei. curium' ,, ., up] t ','''J/'l'tr/' ) nrdi I

    hedf -- tf W Conrad, Lake Clan, 41 x 23 frame residence! $2.000 10 x 25 20 x 28 cement block garage ing materials have bren issued :nut.,: school, .tr p ..id ,r iK: t..ninthsof

    r.r -" m i m ; co I I1C' le' LP ,sldence, $0000, ; rent Tom on Frazer Cres- apartment $3000: I, T. Rembei. for South Florida and most of / voiles Iusur I ,, ..t or UiUc. cart,!l. ,

    :i m iJ mt l Broadway Build" ; McCloskcy frame 20 40 the southeastern area, Haioki Y", also ...'. sijS month
    dftHI it r iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiDiiiiiiiniHOUSES l l l !is/ three con- icaidenc( *. 36 x room to rei>ldncp. $400.: 11 net per
    1 1 40
    tHI cute! Stypmann H Martin OPA PHce Executhc / ,
    a h tt. block icsidences one 34 x blvd., M, H Rouell Potsdam addition h\ inK illrw'nci -oliO! i ifou hnvedependents
    mim $3,000
    ; ; Ralph
    28 ,
    tHIH .. $4000 and t two 44 x 40, $5- Ulmpi $590 and repair Job $000; Henry said today This is the < pport mity'jxti
    addition 12 x 18 to Cabre Casa Terrace. $2.000 20 x Martin declared that 40 such 1s ,. u ipon their. discharge. V.+ men I 1

    I 01'Ml,IWITH: SM 11.1 I -us, ?,,' 20 frame residence L. E. and orders are already effective and! I rr ''J\'ir 18''t'I : "''t') pnu': <-rn' ,entiv '
    COI'RTAPARTJIENTS or,I ,olloe:;rc :;.I?1 dmm:.,' :::::,., nut':m::or.:::,:', I ,\( ,;':" MY SINCERE H. i, Bartlett 30 x 70 business! approximately 25 more are to l o crilisl in t II.) K'"i R' Kular
    rUSTIC 0lnurl N. II I' N I THANKS : be issued In the near future Anne hrf.r. Oc.,1.'a rO4ft; fur 3
    10 loyal and residence with 18
    :; iiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiininininiiniiiitSERVICES If 13 Sbt.my fm he Hlndx.p''ndl"' and k.''''I'POI then t.r. thro".houl. th. x 18 Ita 1'- 'Ch" Items covered Include ..ear. Get .,/Jlhe/ f ,vets ,,t ', "'.ir U.S.
    . C'lb arlmnry.,4I m. in I1) Heal Wtnttachsd. Oseola ave. $9,000MOKE ,
    SWART fLORIDA OFFEREDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIt11l11itIII11111111t1IIIIIIIIIII J $ I know. 'ISM those materials essential to t the.Intton'A rI r' Arms Recruiting St ,inn
    monv fond
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    11 krenlnRI + Ilun for u, .unanl' .., ; ARIIIITPower
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    rl :. : ,,, I,, "' ..1Ju/ ,., ,, "Wlu..rv. such ascoiscictp block
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    TRIMgm:! |Ixl i? "I"i I k'n' ",;, 1 In... .,( n I llniil' vhCurr on M..y "Klh,
    ."k I..., ate" Sl.nrt. ''h, ''w > '," 11 r.al. 'idly y."r., plisUr and plaster board LI. S. ARMY RECRUITING STATION t'I
    etc I klrw WK Krl-AlK: 10"",",ma, '"f rx'nuar,I 44t a WILBUR C. KING Company
    run. '
    c "",.rt I'limMtiK. .'doI"lal *,., k. cement. brick metal laths. roofIng I ( 'iinirau liuilclmjlrt Palm firm hON
    T, PAGET ,, j' ( .inclidato( for _
    Phil Irnro I'h.im 1110.I If (Continued I'KIIII Page One) asbes'os: shingles! and sld- \

    TELEPHO\t' : 1182... .- iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii'NOTICES ( RAILROAD COMMISSIONER Ink f sand Kinvl and pif.'wood
    N !OROl IA II I to bp paid by residential
    : PUS- he snld

    b [FOR SALE I I R.Ihoad mn" ""I"l '', ''',, ,d .n.,,,,,I.... nnd tevrrnm,.nl,' run .rvo you but .. your toners: will be only half ns! much OPA ceiling pi Ices/ on useltIwnber I THE JOB I

    (iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiKl rmmnue ns Lh" average late In 1034" ) now have 100 per cen- ..

    III! HI Mil t'hRn: on, : I UFNKa roo"" nxl,,I.. n,,' ''U' 1- \ "" All of the company's 177.000rl'81dl.'nllal j ..JTH i.l. .1 _
    oft Nrn I...., ,...n" rOo "..I I : ..

    rrr ..r;M'r.H :sl'l'l'Oil rs N.r;; -;;';;::;;--vi-;:;,;', ', from the! new users l'ateA'Ith will benefit the t HUE THCSt ADS OF. 4.!! -. I :
    T SUMMER PRICESI! l.cll., 1.,1,11 I .. |Ii.a,n,,? II'l''''' n,'I'1',, .. I '" ."".. I
    AMI I'on.' 1'r I ?'. I"h..n. ,. 1'.7.11 I f... hll'Jlst: savings going to those STUART -. ; ;:: I :,
    If,r rI PEGRAM REALTY who i4 ':
    I.wulll'm., CO. now pay monthly bills of DRUcCORP; I II .
    mill AparlmE'nt.and I Cllt IIIIMHIM: ; fUl'AIICi IIP VillillumhiriK oinimd $5 or loner Neatly three-
    sirtlrr, 212 Al' .
    eon 0.011| 'n.
    U Room rrkrlhnn'', MI l,"nrl' ZO' ,r foiuths ol the companys lesl- THEY'VE COT A fIRST
    lllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllll.lllllllllllllllWANTED / REAL dc'iit'al! customers arc In this \I ;
    1-loup md I havingsMil!! aveiaeel
    I }per centR'duit'on I "' \ / -6i
    YHOUND LODGE liiliiiilliliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinWANTFIl '! RICHTOUT AND
    In comrndulal and
    I Bldg. I I' ,
    ... ,, ,. Phone 298 SAY SO/ mxtfe
    t .
    : II) "'" i y" r Int.WANIfU small poweratea N'U'1 benefit -" '
    "jmden Avenue, ,a'SIr'm' .' '"r".h.,, ., "".,.d,I, n I h, ,",_, tJ r"i. '- '
    I ,111" 11,1,11"vAl,, III\, I' I", It", '. I !Kb! per tent of the -ornpany's I t y- t \
    Stuart, Florida tf III",, I'' i P. 0 Box 5 Stuart, FloridaAJtttllrtmnit commcrcljl and Am''''1POWE'I'\ -' \
    "' : 'I 10) III'( ," J ,.,. ..10..1 ,,, users, Ol ,het.e, JTfeo smaller ; ; T-
    ,.roller w'r, I', 11,. II .r ',.I.,. .' ,"Ifnvrnnhtlnn ,, I ( r rM're :J:-. g. ; ----> gb ';'I t\Mp
    '- arm, ."d .h".' I.,..,,'?.I I '," commculal abUimieits! such _.
    l 1 1k' 'n"' h .. ..... .
    ". ". I II" 1.41 I. V. .11. '" r 1 I. as small stores shops!, garages!: HeSludri

    I. I, ?, In., WANTPn;. 1(1 KtV, soul! b".1111 .. ..r I I and the like will get i eductions We be !knee deep in work, but if you have trouble
    ,. may
    'nmlnor Ito 101 In HI''''''' I I'In' ICooII. '
    "IU, HON ill" I si,,".rlR t I" 1'w'AN1 '' S \ From where I sit Joe Marsh averaging more then 20 per cent
    .. Gy !j Two thousand othl't's111 get with your car while out on the road Just phone
    II" 'Ill "111'1' T"r.1), '" I..1' _iSP* } '
    I RATESee reduction averaging 13 '
    SUMMER I.n"m hno. 'uI.h '" .nl"" 10.,1 ,: !: peicent
    ell, !I' ci II". ",,1 l. "' I 1'1 I ,n I ( 9134 and we will be on the job prompllany! time,

    r Apartment IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllFEMALE( ,A1. The Truth I Thpse new i rates and our $24- an% where .d..' or night

    15 Roomsh HELP WANTEDIlllllllllllllllllllnllllllllllllllllllllllllll .i COO.000 expansion program go

    About That hand In hand". said Smith, -\V>
    r ill h or Without Baths Explosion
    WAMUl: :' Nk'mnn, r' I h. i nl I l are bulldlna four large(! nt\v
    sun,Ir. ., t? ,:I; ?::, -I' II;;. ,I i ,
    il I and ComfortableOn run,,"'. FP.I.?, HI Hi", hex,,,, N i ifAMH I generating I unit with combined

    ii--; :,-;' wnr,. r. .., ,,'I I ,?,lid \ For irkK Homer Bentley' hA. ed n rhnre of TNT b-nMh. lURemiml capacities: of 120000 kilowatts I Drug Corp
    the River ..I I" II. '' I ''r 'I h, I" "'I'IMm tried to u|>ruc,t that bin slump in rlln" I1C0,000 i horsepower i and this HEX.ILL SlORfi
    ; ll,, 't'' I Ids with tenm and I
    Imxfiilcl. trac-
    ICTORY HOTEL 1 you of nil the I''U'P"( is gicotei than the 1 maximum Phone U Night Phone 1
    IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllLOST tor. Finally! he nuccerrfc-hrwUs. a Iiim ..in belt,i, axe to CM,ver up bud! .--- -- .. .. --' --. _. -- -. CI
    Phone 9155 tf & FOUNDIIIIIltllllllllininlntenilltitnnlinlnlit score of windnxn round about, anti judgment Like the "two-bee

    i on.I r Rd i : i( ,.h I .. r : ,u I ,I i; :!?!i! ( death fYishtcii: the neighbor half to nlibi trouble" ,tt\anti hen blames somebody It m"a tend couple into For REAL ESTATEOPPORTUNITIES e Ie

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    .m>> \ I "All I "cl. apologizes( ITompi1 tf beer, you cnn be mighty euro
    whon'I R n ui.l' I "il r." i nlnn d I '?. -h. ,Ir f if Mnnm 9sr
    ," on : ,? I I "wai R couple! of small ticli_ cf they are coveting up the tiuth.I .
    1 ,.. ,. .-.' ---; : ---- dynamite, like you should." I'rom where 1 sit, a mnderatebcverait SEEOTTO

    MOKEHOIT "That wan no tuocmnll .tlth fit liKe, btu In s better May

    f Tsimas d)'nnmite."Judge Cunningham sobs of I keeping- out of trouble than set- --

    I Angelo I "t'H'rl'ly-and it finally come out ling\ into U.iepynght :: K UBIN I

    SPECIAL (Contmiutl/ train \\iage} PHP) I II that Homer gut no rusxpd mad at .,
    Down Then $1.00 I that everlasting| stump he'd plant. f-e (, REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER \,
    Weekly will provide three carloads of '
    YS A NICE HOME (canned food to help stave off Next Door To Stuart New /
    / I94ii, l/mlii( iwiu Vnutn tuuulatuS fEI"" 1r
    SITE stn vatlon there until late summer J 1" /
    t tin the City of Stuart vegetable crops are 1131'-1| v /

    Now Before Prices vested I

    Go Up Tsimas Is carrying with him

    a letter from Mayor William I PIANOSSmall I 'IIJ
    WIS I IJir' i iL
    DAWSON B'aidall of Orlando to the :Mayor

    ''ICTORY HOTEL I 01 Volos and the people of that I fees cat Y %J.f' ANo A sNCeIeTNNoMARRED Brambach Grand s
    tf I II I city and also two letters fiom I (rOTNINO /J
    VOU LOOK Bush & Lane Grand-Medium Size / /
    the president of the Orlando rte, A F J

    I A,r tens "ANIIM Yew, w, Junior Chamber of Commerrr.Chfi I I tEMSlBL'GRL ., '/ s SCNSIBLt.T STUART Both Mahogany Finish and like new throughout ,

    'I' IIr'"HI...what. you ifHave Cahhlon One of the IC'I, I FEED STORE i Hardman & Peck "Minipidjno. Small/-Mahogany

    -" --- t turn ion Cahion Is addles d r'I'I s r b 4 iNdla MIOH TANPARBi Finiih. "

    to the} people of Volos the othei I ) II wLLL DELLNTl VOU, P. A. Starck "Studio" Walnut Finish-45" high OU r customer pre mostly

    to the Grecian premier :
    Some f I Cable Nelson "Studio"-Mahonany-50" high
    U. S. :
    The Orlando Plan was devised
    Kimball UprightSmallMahoganyBaldwin telephone
    650x20, and promoted by the Junior I the
    voices on
    MirrApiano-Walnut Finish-Period Styling
    Chaiiiber of Commerce on Ai>iii
    8-Ply Rayon 23, and citizens of Orlando havt Knabe MirrApiano-Mahogany Finish \ 1

    TRUCK backed the plan well Large( I Hamilton MirrApiano-Mahogany Finish
    TIRES bins are placed in virtually every i from the Atomic Trio Kenny, Leon and Jack 1 ,. "\ .'
    Also All of these exceptionally fine instruments I \
    are new {
    SEAT grocery store and restaurant in \ "
    COVERS the city where customers place I Sixty Smiles An Hour ServiceYou in appearance. Benches furnished to match. Free /. j't t )

    PH ULMER extra cans of food they have I Delivery. Terms if desired.BRUBAKER xt j
    purchased for Volos ( ; i
    CO. Schools churches and civic I will never get shocked if you come in and do MUSIC COMPANY

    oiganlzatlons are behind the business with the three live wire ; ;/ -

    'TI". ,'k plan, and the first carload of 206 DATURA ST. WEST PALM BEACH A "
    oll1! '.:S'N; JVNAAN food wl I be for shipmentto JUST ARRIVED ;
    '11. It'"' The Palm Beaches' most complete music store. "ij %*
    ::. --. Of IItu.rtr '! a port of embarkation Saturday Weed-no-more the magic weed killer) will not -Ut

    'at't .... -- I .
    \lnhrrSelf.Primng. Yo. w. Mv. Tsimas, who surveyed the injure the soil, will aot kill grass. -- ,

    -------- working of the plan In Orlando 8oz. size 1600 feet price $1,00
    cover square To a lot of business, customers are better known
    ; during his visit, will personallytell
    the people of Volos the story Quart size for large areas ". .. $2.98 MY TRUCK DELIVERSTO by their voices than by their faces. They order by

    CATION( PUMPS of the Orlando Plan telephone-seldom come in person to buy.
    (free pamphlet) Many merchants conduct their buying in the

    '10 20,000 Gallon Per W'e regret to inform you that under the new govern. YOUR FARM same way. The telephone is the funnel through

    Hour mental order on (feeds that all feeds have gone up in which /flows an endless stream of commercial trans- ( ,

    Capacity. REALESTATE price from $8.00 to $9.00 on the ton. actions. '
    Businessmen have grown accustomed to continually f

    See This came about by the government increasing feed rising standards of telephone performance.But 'I

    H ULMER MOTOR grain prices to the farmer so as to place more feedon 1x with the Telephone Company-as with every l

    CO. the market. This new increase will place an addi r t ,t business-the maintenance of that performance is ,

    ___ It, tional 30 to 40 cent on the bag. directly related to the maintenance of earnings I

    I\TF.NF.RSmotl., In 1945, telephone earnings were the lowest in I
    N.... I. blok. G.t What have to tell in the farm line ? Just bring To t
    you time'and
    -- It save you trouble'mytruck more than two decades In the current year, even
    "- e a list of what you have and we will endeavor to tell will deliver high-quality lower earnings are in prospect. Wages have been Y.t

    SPECIAL it for you. increased in keeping with the rational trend and J I '
    Sinclair I
    products right to farm.
    your the cost of everything else which goes into the ,
    rs $1.00 DOWN Investments Come in and see our complete dog remedy set-up. No Just phone or write me'whenever; furnishing of telephone service is steadily rising. I l!

    $M.0 WEEKLY store in town it a* complete a* this one for the upkeepof 'you.need; 'Sinclair: ; fuel, As every business man knows, adequate earningsare i, I

    Ie Lots your pet*. Don't delay. kerosene farm oils hubriscantsgfcaseSinclairP.D. a primary requirement of American enterprise. '
    Are Sales and Lilting Through. ,
    Right in
    Telephone earnings must be sufficient to provide '
    out Martin County '
    Town ., I 11 I
    the kind of service you expect and to attract now: li

    See W. B. TILTONKrueger InsectSpraTorstocksprayi ; capital for continued expansion. '. "I''

    WIS E. DAWSON In a word adequate earnings safeguard the Jail I I I

    ICTORY HOTEL Building r B. D. FULTON AgentPHONE usefulness of the telephone in carrying on the / t I '
    tfrj affairs of) the community. ; -

    PHONE 161 s i

    1 OQl H.nvy.: dot t.I In r.lb Home Phone 158-M . 4 1' f fi
    aktk'IA. tka.b. : I ; "KENNETH STIMMELL PHONE 210 ::'. -- .. -- -- -- -- l.Uryerssed x
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    '- .u. LETTERS to the
    "111111 EDIT

    ; J 011 ttuut c vr' DESPERATION :.aHiiiimiiminiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiinntiiinniiiiiiiiiiiii"1"11 Horticulturally I t Speaking E_. A. Menninger\ Kdilor

    i Stuart New!' ,
    .?-liti ( \f>rv Thursday at uum Florida
    _1 s a, ;nrt :Martin County Florida Stn.rt lhm-". f'N' O..arrr: ;Memimger( :
    bU'm" in i
    Ih' list .I fl.m.nni Ir.-- 'in
    ', Stuart 1'ppn.e!:
    t Dally Inc.. I I i Seldom hat n candidate for high
    j a 1 1nT Irnm Jim KVimecU'. 01bcr'i'Ihk'h j tt1hcel, h l
    PLnda corporation.A ( \1 1.1c"'m, s .ml ('Oil" larnrnixln drrncs !support' alt was my good
    ? as ,wt"ond-clalS! mal j l ; IMS strewn I he street' willi blue Mossrnns 'for wills. II >Is .1 mI vigorous the race for press the United State Senate. |'alt f"nu'tr;, cj' \u
    matter at the post office atst i and other editors for this tl
    I I
    nuieni'icrnt! tier flit to vou "UI-'lI\kP'
    i.irt Florida. under the Act white (flowered tree in' tli confidence.It t- I
    PTh..p next mini cnn was m of
    of' :March 8, 1879.nj ..flinstM. "Virtu church. and that wan f. fall 01 Mowon) lor rt" ( will be my constant effort to me.-t! ; (h,,,.

    A FREE PRESS : YEARS( OF SERVICE I tusks that it imptrrd. kai of MU; to ...k. what He i fa that? \ hard work and aggressive service in \\ It'I1i1I.1';!, 'u'?''
    I 1..1t111M'm if was ro/V/wfe" palM*. nmo were etow with me.urttini t. r. counting strongly on the newspapermen .,.: F',,r'dmt'
    and The tr c.,. ,a"i Dil'>'IYww sin' ,.. ,/rN V ,s!...urr..or n..''' : that iinmnumm tnet do not !hate common name. The ,n. stay abreast of the marty! vital I proh.ms| ? ;;:
    A FREE PEOPLE i "l. .ruuims.N l In' "'M,., "p.oI l .. m I' .1iMdi.il "hkKvms were' !I" !
    "I" t>4 ihiXnurt' eMMaH1.h.
    .. h T"T,.. ratsi .....ol..d. mm l..lr. It is .tHrtnvnrth that this tone the. free bloomed wtthont, w..j year ahead

    ., j "l.*.., 'h .:,i.H-d. i ltol O;..lob-tk" Kmn.. l.2ii 0..1 i. i I", ...., ,nS .Tal .KtaKium. ft ku btmmrd while in full. Inf. ,I I 1 appreciate greatly the courtesy!' "11r' d,
    f J ""i11 i, ,rdi.iM,.; >.. f, nPHr" Inn." Y. "" f rft.mttipani: ( tiw aR In Mnom, Kumfttu awtilk' 1 In Colonel' ,'your column! both during my term Hi i I..,, "'no,,
    'n n..ri.U. |..tlop M. l lag,i-IK, ,..rd. at Clara RtnMnfi's. bans. and .....-t-. The Iknscrs" I I the campaign we have just concluded -? :
    I "h DPCWMP of their '..11111\' and With warm personal regards. I ecrs
    a1'wIA \ M'nivvsi ?' ""f': ... r. ") <"fi 11..1 l tor kin > Hawaiian girk rem,
    ro..1 iii" r
    : J K 1 ., .. I Yours faithfully\
    .A'" "' or lb. r \ 1 1 tf-liter:
    -- --SUBSCRIPTION- RATES I II".err v ..I, arts the plan' orchid trees I i RwtMMte" rnciMnrfm) th.it | Sllt''IH'1 I 1!

    I a.. "., ".. y T \ .,. .. .. ,ire .crnl with (flower fn mv. .card and (punt east of the ChrlctitntitS ..' --r
    ( :a.--. ,I'r . li'ircfij. 'i Editor The Stuart News:
    H. ,_... '
    .. ... m Irrauem.n r..w... h. re' i fins ,L tl*. month for Gmft-irfn fliwitta' with Its wonderful IA swms.. i We invite the public to attend our club u:n' "
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    1'10A..n" m y. .; .. ..,. .. i -3f::
    h. Iv' .0.100 nf all n ,. ilkI' Some talks call these. Ciivr | 8 Stuart
    \ at
    UK,1| -mo .1 f tIe bushes arc almiMt exr" i and 4th Fridays at p. m Soma ( _
    I s
    :MLMBril: IF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ai1 I.ismiir though 'ml f ciNtrup thm are last |4 --- --- ss M....,.II! s ( .pe JasmineTahenmmontana, ninMwrM" ) in In bloom tills ]i government,. nor will It be subsidized nor i'
    iiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniriiiiMiiiiiiiiiTimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii lllllllllllllll III i 'c::-
    IIIIIIIIIIII IIII I r rJ t m.-ritl tr.. at.l l n a rniwt in e\en FliH*).! gardcti Tills Is to be paid by a 3' gross Income tax. r -i. :
    J Worthy of Meditation\ JAL A Vac'nniem grandfflnr i is In I.cNom.! mm nil nv-rr FVirkla. .mil. the I 1100 or $1500 a year being exempt Those ?rw" :,.

    ...,....."' ...".......,.."..............................................'..u.....u. Aw -.dn.rod trs in Stuart mr IH> pwoptiiHi. It fit tl.* finest "t>l time to 160-the blind the critically 111. tin 't.. J.&
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    '' .mltt.IIIOII"1II11111 II 1 III 11111111"11"'111I111111111111I1111' -
    To mm', eiet. Nis rorfT.lpificlrrurrvnt.. but ft thins stitnt. a pity' that the flowers widowed mothers who have one or more chn ,
    \ h. ''iI' >" 'I' "an.lnltl'hl l i i. an anajmmhably \" .r ) \. j,Jj .reh ( '-I' ,lilt
    /perfect miiiul--! U,.,. J = .11"". ( he pic-LtsH! and enfmi-d.' are glad to Rive further Information at outr nr.K'
    -XVult Whitman T I '> '", ,,., .rrrf< .. the WantiM. rrd-How-ered Geiger I tire Ix l -side. J. LPresident RO BCRT!
    h }Ls..e rper- sd OP'I a IMr use. 5.1 lb..a oIMrtaIe( IH! ( iti/ms B.ink "f( Shiart. .ire crrtamlv (rxittineon' a grand host nov SI"a'"- ft'),
    \ ...iMMtfeorAr :::
    $3,000,000 WORTH OF TOURISTS wr.u.ad.py.d.r.nli.' IM1.e A..ay !in nn .iwn cardni I !have been pirtkiil.irK" interested( in' l\\"
    | trees hat" I hlmmnl. for d "wok /lair illpti'' and are veodlng.OIK .

    CoHnervatively estimated, the: tourist trade during j, "is .i Tahrlmia pulMa that ,is lad I identical with the ,on.,, ..I i Shade and Ornamental T
    the peak :3 monthS ..f the past t ea-ion poured into the. YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR tinhimli I,. and the other it Taltrlniia "I'U which flowered I l t"l i nn
    tills of Martin c'CllIn1nwr'hltnt.*. hotel' men apartment i j| Loo the first lime "with all thr .b-avm house owner ruin t the '.-m-uil' trade "f this area more than ,i (CASHIEIJ( V. ,c -The m"untllin"f w.-tern North I whr-hrr' ,this was accidental.r| l>ecn interested aho in a son IK'.mil-' For South Florida And Cu
    $3".000.: | Curolincrc' at the hfiirht of their beauty this month for I till) 'MIKll.mrrrd Inc (iiialariiiii giultamali'tiv./ which put .on a tine
    With ,h.. ten sdmlv that nnbnriv' will twitter tn
    conpi I.VI-IM "f James' Pefrram. secretary in the valley, the t'lU-'I"- "f' mountain laurel abloom pod piivn :
    of the Stuart :.nlti-h flub, ,. w hn was at mite time associated -' are plait it. dual! whn, sonw lanc-HT. loads with it f.ir 8 or 8 yarn' and gm-It(i 'I By DAVID STURROCK & EDWIN A. MENM
    with the Florida" Ha-l i immiion., I the Sews present. :' everywhere, and higher up' where Spring, i i- later and the H up t" be d beautiful/ little i-vergR-rii<< tree 1..1.f/ ( |hlilt'| > litmus, lit

    the follow i ir ,.llIli.il'/l1, / I Iutnmarv' how-ntr| the approximate | > I' maples are just, beginning to leaf out. the flame azalea waits vi mmli fur it nolxidv. will 'lxi\ it. I have a down (.iinim' ,,nut, II
    cromniodati.in ill the area. In some cases these and the white d<>i/v '""d make the forertexceptionally! ) fter. at .least hnrsite'K. "+, dowl! tltmiu.li{ ||Marc arrr.uh, three veil Bon -\GI\\CE-\I\ : :

    figures may byby. in some cue over-but they (five a lovely.. The trillium and lady slipper, and violet* murmur ." tuner ,,.kl tnt-v still anli-..v II..", 2 It..t 'high. Thc' are .reallv, .1"" Tin- Bo.isri. "l.imiK, (Itaragniarrai' { ) im 1"slirulw ,

    pretty cl<'lll' 'picture" of>t I the number of \'i..iturth... urea about your feet a* walk through the woods and 1 in gnncrslstr<< "MmHnniE; f I.ir nor this month WITH Rninfrlxia, / aminiiintiwliili lint comprises nn'stlv' herbs. Tin k.. ,
    can accommodat.- : you I I..... priHiiiMl.mlmi r Ie orir'jtI"..h dis.ippiifnt toes (: ""iiim/ / Ill\ tug rise to (the muteof.. the* family., Time .Ji>i ,1
    STUART AND PORT SEWALL the roadside Harden are iuantitie| of thrift, iris' wipelia.ri !orfrnvf/ wliKh, might Inrpiit*. slmwv OK ....('.I.klt1. and) there are, I I'ot..l. 1,500 gpecies) wideK' di.vti, 'tbiited tlironghont tin. 4

    Pelican Hotel Itt ntial poppies and many other spring flowers.As |. ..n (;iiiriiua; iHinuitii ulmh is |t'M'| ''iiltne. of its Lind) in Aimnc.iE.AAI. .. old \\.irld herds. of this l.imiK. 'long in use .i-

    Sunrise (Inn 60 t we drove* through north Georgia: and into the 1. ( IIhh.llion as oinamciit.il, plants. Cortlui is u' ,'tp"

    Flamingo Hotel, S3 C'rolina't" were enthralled by the rose, mostly rambler -- conrmnft many trees of ninaincnt.il \alII". Tin I I
    Victory Hotel CO which are a mas of color now. but also' the floribunda | FLORIDA LEADS IN SOUTHERN PROGRESS I not some Kpprics .irr. .itili/ed in (their 1I.ltihal",
    St. LiiHc Hotel, .. 40 rose: along the highway between Pendleton and Clemson. (Florida Highways) I Ol'HI1ERJ.RE'OLt'T:\. from the ttm "' J
    Stuart Hotel' tin :#. <'.. I a 10.mile' stretch that in the most "beautifully landscaped North Carolina has probably made more industrial "evrrBrern tm of iipnijlit! growth with oviil' lea I : r
    Carlton Hotel, 40 highway' it has ever' been my pleasure 10 traverse. I prtSgre.s in recent decades than any other Southern State. i, The small \vlntcflimprs ,IIP .lined in npt'nI.d. .
    Atlantic Court, Apurtmmmts, 120 All the year that highway i i.< attractive, with rose featured ( Georgia has recently attracted much attention by the arjtivries I manner nf gross( tlo of( this tn-e scinicwh.it, -M-nilil< r

    France Apurtment- 120 flaw but when they are gone the 'pink-flowered mimosa I of its State government several important fields. the rimu.FW"rxm It is a pxxl lice foi( div s,,,iK -. I'
    Etlrew'ater( Apartment 80 trees will take their place. and through July and Augu.<<11 I Kentucky j is waking up' and has recently been described ii.itivp,' tree R fluid that is useful for garden |I"

    Rice: Hotel 10 the crape myrtles hold sway in a big way. They are really) in a national magazine a* on the verge of a revolution in COItDU\ \LB\, from (he West 1 Inches I iv ; c
    Virginia Apartment' 24 upectacular. ((Incidentally the "mimosa" tree do not be10111' governmental *ervice.Vhat about Florida? with one or more slender! trunks and spieidvp.icef.il
    Riven-lew partmt'nt" 60 to theMimosa genus at all. Botanically\ "mimosa" ; A check of the (progress, in Florida will reveal that :I top. The numerous slender lateral bm.m i
    Jlajertlc: Apartment CO tree i III Albizzia nilibrUsmi.At lour State has. forged ahead with the best of them. \\'e do ,, Mill clothed with the medium foli.ige I I'': "
    Pltchford Apartments ._..._ .._ .. .... ..... ; not have much industry = peon 'I''
    8 W.ilhalla.; S. C.. which is the mast prettily land J, a* a* North Carolina but we havemore lei\es, arc bmullv' 0\.ti. 1-1 I Inch long. The nth i" i
    nibioctiApartmentH I leaped smell town I have ever seen, the southern mairnolia industry every. year and the development of ourcitrus .of small! \'('lIonow..r ate followed. bv small NMmiesergrpPii
    RunrlApartment- 1C blossoms w <- had 'been ,,"cinif all the way from }'Iorlda. and tourist businesses. has been phenomenal. \Ve tree lor general pi.inline. M.itaM-. -
    ffolleiMii" Apartments :24 have had leg national' publicity than Georgia but have
    reached their greatest beauty of display, and the fOllOlsCIOCRP) : .
    mountain \\ from Cuba '
    is i itrrr It- I
    'I. I
    n.ho'm,1. Lodge SO done a much or more to improve education health and
    laurel wa in full tuoom. cnad i > ,
    .*M.-d. lawn Dogs was all cone and welfare. I viith{ short 'Inink' and stiff liramhingi. Tin <11..Irc' .
    ; Apartment
    901.r"'n' summer hid !begun with all tree leaved i '3.
    fully in inches Balk .
    many lonjj. "is.1 lurch
    I tilrv I
    i Apartnt* 10 1 | Florida is >.tillmallei 1 than Georgia North Car green
    of >-
    .. light greet to contra with the dark blue green ..... .._.... ... __ ,. _,. __ __ soils, .nlthonch dec'ulurnis. under iiniisnnlK d.) ,1Id'1
    ,- '....i' A >iu... "fi 200I'MJI of the white pine, and other conifer It In..:...b 'IU' ;. 1'. ......1...... ...". .aJ''''-11.''.' ,'u..it- .,...it'- .. "I. 'u..rn.'-. t.JIII I
    was really a COHDU' .
    I DICMOT\I\/ .
    from the
    I ', ,,li.l, H.-I Phihppn w
    apartment and room 440 I some respects North Carolina exceeds Florida in total
    expenditures -
    startling experience a"'l' began climbing the mountainsmoving | <' ith short ,
    j 1\ u trunk and spiral. brandies .
    : to realizt', that"f' aa.nro tUMlin". I"u''L' .tin ?..1.-..... on,1 for essential services but. when the figure TIme upright 'I',. f i.
    1.693 : i are translated into capita terms, it is revealed that loin slender| literal lii.imlungs' are klichtiv( WIthin ,
    ;; per we |
    very definitely from |I ,
    a land
    summer to a I ,
    I young! |holltrl' 'lipauK, clothed with tin-) toll I, PIkmnoth -
    wisely =
    where early Springtill reigned the tree, ,still are investing as much or more than Xorth Carolina .
    Hoke'n Ocean Breeze 400 I bare after that were largely for nearly all sound governmental! objective leaves are Imudlv meal ;2'! ..'1 inches 'lung! "' '' -liar"-
    ae'er. winter brought -10 and
    Uendr "H' 'amp 20 early flowers were just !beginning to appear. snow i Consider what we have been accomplishing" in Florj ': ((for IpsIt i k a hank decid'iKms" tree with a crncpfiil( .,K1 'c"

    Pltchford': 400 Most( of the farmer in the mountain have potatoes, i j I I'Ida in recent yearsVe: have at last put our public chool general( nl.mtini; .
    Gideon 60 in the ground and a lot of other -tuff but a killing frost I"n a !round' financial basis we have extended! our public CORD CEIt '\:\ T/ll'S./ from O.b.i iverirreeii i- .H J
    Michael& 60 two weeks ago ruined tomatoes and tender stuff and these j health !service to all counties : we have stepped up old age (' tree with slender, brandlings( and tn. '.\I u.' :
    Crossroads 10 I will come later this year. Plenty of spring; onion and i j I[ assistance to the maximum of matching Federal aid ; we i i j''\al. !glossy: da.kcrren. ( I Eases, ;2-3! : inches lone( If, 1f,<..

    Winovi.ikiFogaru. .. 15 tuce patches are to be found in protected areas and let-j of i iI )i !are repairing and expanding our custodial institutions into sight( ill Ijtpmter n.. stub| Spring when cini i. ,I .!' >
    10 I( course ,hert"'- rhubarb. I picked enough for a pie tits I j: what will be modern und humane facilities ; we are giving i tim inrm-wMtc, flowers.' It i, a hardy tom foi, \\.I: i .l A!
    0 J. Ranch ._ 20 afternoon. The strawberries and raspberries are thick on I attention to our school| buildings, courthouse, jails and i able, fm ilrv' coils limit li-ridiions "l1de.t'rv dn c ,,,Hn' /r'::\
    )Jurdd, 10 I I the vine now the little apple that escaped the freeze I !State' office building.. : we are preparing to spend many I ('OBDI.IIOL T". from Kenva. i is a rnpul-tf ." ni"ith
    White 9 j are IIwa'ingailr on th>*r tree perches and the wild millions of dollars! on our highway system which already m.mpvtendtil hr.inchrs and immrroiis late, ) !il I ','me''
    Hanna 8 I blackberry !bushes that line the highways and waste placesare compare favorably with those of most Southern State. In "large, round soft Irascs, !S-IO inches! long are <.m.i. f
    J Fredrick 20 white with blossom promising a plentiful crop, a little/ I thee and in other respects Florida i* revealed at the fore- shoots, It i is a |lust )land] tree for sheltered] ] loxsun'\ ,.
    liackuHaye} : 10 later on. front of Southern progress. rORDU/ \ LEtTOSCnnSTEV: :\. from Oil.. .I. '*

    10 Outside the window where I write is a splendid big I!, Our State ii i entitled to more national recognition for tree w ith .1 i shout t trunk and& s<-\rral stiff npw'ard-m, ,>me' !hi.:
    UloWard' 20 I peony bush; of the large, white-flowered kind known as these accomplishments and for the program now underway '| 'many l Inng widm'.sn'rcping hiandilcts." The innumei .ihl "If
    Cold., ','''' <; .. 80 Festiva maxima. It U not a rare one. but a vigorous! grower to make additlonallmpro\'emt'nt" in our facilities and 1 1 lightly!: dollied with stiff. |hash, oral 1..1\'''. with ,and, tlr

    I ... .50 j and bloomer. It bears 7 or 8 fine big bud, that promise a 'I mices. the upper surface is dark, prern: and the nnde.sidi, .1 \.1''
    I I maw, of flowers in a few day*. The plant N one of harelv cvererrpn tree For genrral! planting or loi \1"| 'f t
    1.160 grown from roots that my lad shipped to me from mam'j, i TO STUART |, CORUL4lS. :\.\. ,hunt Tropit'ali.I., (ls ., .n'dl' ,!! m
    FtwaH'ft {Point 50 Kan., several, (Written on Arriving) i slender branches '
    years ago. and which will bloom up here in and .hooping!: hran.I'I,! Tlwtill f
    (Hobe Sound -K'O'( style this. year for the firM,, time.. The elevation of 3,600 Sit beneath the flowering trees. arc smooth, and gloss on t tin upper' surface, rough nd 'u
    Salerno and Indiantown lt feet seem to hold back their development somewhat Fish beneath the Sun. niKlcr sin face. The 'leaves mire (sparsely set on In.. .none
    Grand total of .Stuart. Port SewalJen"en\ I can think <>f nothing I would like better than to Come here for a rest twilt. The small white lowers( are carried! in t'i>"i t ''u' *-
    Beach Sew'alPulnt.\ Hobe Sound Salerno .May right here for the next' five months but unfortunately Or come here for the fun.Everthing liarrlv wmiilciuluonslire for dry soils.
    and Indiantown :5.00: ; I'll be back at work in Stuart I by the time for comfort COHWV : .dab
    you read this \ITIDV' fm, Ihe't', t 'I.1.1.M. o !
    I Some of these per-m-, pent a* riiirh as J2'' or moreper in print.' The 'loafing will have t" come later. E. A. M.( Made by God; and man. iiim-siA'd! bee with) a short stout trunk and spr.tii'I'
    ) day : some spent u- little a* 4S or less per clay-on Streets and homes all laid out h'lIlIdll'rormll1
    m a spreaily The f is filled! m '\J*
    'lodging food sport" fishing driving and entertainment. According to a plan fatted, top. top
    lateral! '
    mid Ihin11\ n'1'1
    T\ WHY OTHER TOWNS twigs. Tlie
    average would be $10 day income Sweet land of sunshineAnd :
    per or an dlltl..1itlo.
    the stiff,| | jeaxM 3.4 jjHhc long. :. ht
    ( {
    of $35.000( dailv
    to the county from the tourist trade eternal spring, <
    t during! the season Figuring the peak season at SO day C. Of C. Goal Of $8,500 Is Uttle City of Stuart with rnuncl.it,tapering clusters of tips( mm lean green. It i h seer thl'm.lU".h..\,' ar1',!.'
    \ bright red l
    Martin county realized i.i50.ooo: from the tourist trade 'Tit thy praises I sing It is ho'nil's following
    in the season of 1145-46.* TO STUART a tree f for< dry wills or exposed locations.
    On a further Over The Written CORDK ORI.IQI'from\ 'India, is a stout, spreads '
    conservative estimate at least half o f Top-At VeroThe ( Just Before (Leaving) big trunk J;
    these! tourists were interested in ,sport fishing in one formor Come on down to Stuart Literal und stcnky spread branches with mauve long. "
    another, and that asset thus contributed roughly I The merchants are on a spree brandlings The.. slender" twigs and young Ouiot' tJll":
    SI,573,000; to our economy. in the past year. local Chamber of Commercehas They don't just double the price smooth' leave: which are broadly oval 3-5 Indies long. c1J1't
    The $3,000.000 tourist industry is vital to Martin passed iU financial goal of But by gosh times it by three. 'm.IUhll.. flowers< are carried' in open clusters It is .! '
    county. Particular praise and credit should be given to $8.500 In indhid al membership Black market prices flourish.If tree f for< general( planting.

    those agencies promoting II, such as :Martin County support according to report of I you need it you gladly will pay CHDIHOT'I1I' from India. is a small tree with.. Ike
    ,. Chamber of Commerce Jensen Beach Business l\'n'1\ President J. Dovla: Baker at a Just. a penny here and a penny there ami thin slenclrr. sprawlv branchings. The thin lateral!! a
    Association, and !Stuart': !Sailfish: Club. These!<< agencies deserve -. se.fnn of the board of directors But it all mounts up in a day. tIle leases' clustered nl'ar'Ihe tips. The narroW. stiff. *a,
    the wholehearted Tuesday noon. Oh have are _-1 inches long with broad grw<< .
    cooperation of the entire county yes we our amusements, rounded tips, pale
    ,. 1 in t their t'UorIII, t further encourage and develop( (his Ah we did it. Over the top! Hut wait a minute. That A shuffleboard built for two white flowers are in terminal clusters It is a hardy II'III! rtree
    l. area. little item above was clipped from the Vero Beach Pros. A movie for those so indulgent for t'n"rnl pldnlinte, suitable for dry soi's.'

    I '- .--. --- Journal and refers to Vero Beach Chamber of Commerce But of bar rooms we have quite a few. CORDIA SE BESTEN.t. the CEICER TREE from lit I 4Is "
    DOUBLE TROUBLEAn -not Martin County Chamber of Commerce.: I If you're old lack much ambition I stiff( .growing with n slender truck and slender, stiff speed) &

    ,. \ exceedingly I talkative young man came to Socrates The local Chamber of Commerce i is still two-third And like to sit under the trees The few short lateral shoots carry the large stiff leasetdmtime '
    and told him that he desired to learn oratory. shy of meeting its budget of $6,500 for 1946. Come on down-bring your heavy clothing ,,, tips. The harsh 'leavp are 4-8 inches king with long I

    J After a lengthy discussion to which the youngman Vero Beach and Indian River county are progressing Tau* if you don't you are inecliiim green. The beauty of this tree IIPS in in torminal
    I!' f contributed most of the conversation the great teacher There it no finer index of that fact than the fulfilling of a likely\ to freeze. l bright. orange flowers, borne for months at a time. It is a I F";
    I ; !said' "1 must charge you a double fee." Chamber of Commerce quota. Stuart and Martin county Impressionist general planting! although ,..mi. deciduous on dry gI''!
    "But why asked the prospective pupil. are struggling. The fact that we have not yet made an Editor' Note: \Ve must commend "Impressionist" for so poor resistance to cold! weather
    t i'' "Because," answered Socrates "I must teach you two extremely! modest Chamber of Commerce quota is proof fearlessly stepping into the vale of the Muse.\ Somehowwe EI1RETK( ACUS. from north Mexico and TelbI
    s'"(' sciences : the one to hold your tongue and the other how of the pudding. gather the impression that "Impressionist" landed herewith t.. medium !tree with stiff ''Dandlings and thick coarse: ,
    ?i to speak."-Adrian Anderson in( Your Life. What makes a progressive community? Just plain considerable cabbage but is. leaving not go heavy ,5..' blt'hel 'ngThe small, '
    ,M, CALM pulling together and cooperation. Active chic commit- laden. rminal.clusters. It (II a hardy aemi-dceiduousltree\ batty. >
    YOURSELF POP tees in which individuals give of their time and effort for lions, suitable for dry soils
    l 1 The young mother was! terrified. While'Isitlng the community's good-or their lack-spells difference year-and everyone of them can afford to EHRETI TI:'tIFOLl.\ Indies is a'p
    : several hundred miles from home invest! in the from the West
    I IIt t her baby had been between progress! and a stalemate. organization which works for the welfare and Branching tree with and" !"
    bitten short crooked
    by a dog What if rabies should in ? nrotrrexs! many
    net Should There'
    nothing the
    with Martin The of all Martin( Chamber younger( M
    she notify 'her husband and county. county-the of Commerce.; growth carries the thin, leathery ovalll'a'ci. ;
    perhaps worry him unnece assessment rolls show that we're dark
    I worth SI0.000OOO-and Let's get organized and let's pull green. The ii kIt *'
    together-and small white carried >
    sarily. wait and ? put rowers are
    { or see Finally, she sent him this telegram that' a conservative estimate. There is $3,000,000 in our this quota across. Mail your 1946 is a 'hardy Iaatkllts,1for
    membership semi-deciduous
    : "Something terrible has to the tree for exposed
    happened but please don'sorry.Pageant. t bank and approximately 2000.000 in bonds
    I war in the Chamber today. It is an investment in progress and dry soils.
    t. } All businesses
    prospered during this past citizenship I
    I' I (CrmllniirJ Next Wed'i )

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    rt c\1 allIIIIuuln4RN FOR tItHttINuJN SALE(111111IIf14111RtrRtlENneNIIIINNIDA r III Malt UWTT 'i'' -ich l W R. Vincent, con- residence; Broadway Builders. : demand on our entire\
    'I. -for..., f lor L. C. Clements, four concrete block residences: i I prior to 1940. You can see we till atoll(\ 1.: "pr:=:!'i 1 I
    ,.g .. City Permitirom R.vo-side: Park tarot;. arc planning for a lot of growth 1\11' ,\ .: Y I ,aId.
    "I" '
    ._ .at'L\Ix. :. ". ,." a 21 x 40. $4.000, ; 27 x 61, $5,000;
    .. .. .
    .r. \ ..... ircat 22 x 20. $2.000; apart-I I I don't know of b-tu-r\ way I
    ..... ._ .... n.... .. t... ,..",.' .. 34 x 49, $0.000 and one 28 x 89. any -
    '' :irom: I. L. Decker for J. W. < to demonstrate our faith In the j I '

    SSfIDIIIIIIII JI [ j -- pee"T.lle SIB -owt-.a sale One work> ''_er l !.udaJe lee station, concrete, $2,000.garage and 50,000.Arthur Dehon $1,500 remodel- future New Industrial of Florida.and" pumping |I A COLLEGE BUSINESS '

    SPECIAL .,, I One Job on a 28 x 30 frame resl- I ., ,
    a.a6w i. 'eo! '? ,'use. too. I 14 prank Maaon two duplex deucf moved from Palm Beach rate announced! by the company 't''t'or 't'r I

    Local People May Bar A satllglsflmrk. I apartment tn Mariner Court on Road; Henry Cnbre Dixie View. last month reduced the bills ol
    CHOICE HOME SfTE South Federal highway, $3,000 &40 customers by $313.00 annually TRADE SCHOOLEDUCATION
    I "i era Si.tiorail QM co. I $1,000 frame residence; C. A.
    Right In the City of StMrt each Charles Horl y. 24 x 34 I
    I s:: C4ts'se. Portei. $200 addition to present
    I ;
    I I I : oor: z 1'
    11111I111I111I1111111:111111I I I For e11nm.01atewa concrete block residence In Glendale -

    ....,TENTS FOR RENT $1.00 DOWN AND .:. ;, WI,.Jdfraq, &id' a. i.CsLaiam I ,. subdivtaion. $1,400; Roman garage boat to building b; used shop temporarilyfor ; L. E. BUILDING MATERIAL FOR YIJEtTiTTTt \)\

    iP' 11111I11I11111111111111I111111111I h I I I / / I $1.00 WEEKLYSee '!IOU"la.-r. bl! Bpdy Irwin 36 x 35 concrete residence. DLoach, a 12 x 24 addition to CEILINGS ARE SET
    I f Section 1 of St. LucleCurates.
    UI.Ik .
    -n" -
    III'' nhl* 'II residence on Oxoeola ave. to bou
    LEWIS E. DAWSONVICTORY 8emty IaQtJII.4 IIr Cba- I : $7.200; W. R. Osborne. < :,ed for bout repair shop; Mark Specific dollar-and-cent ceilIng -
    I HOTEL tni-.rr. ,S i :Jtotrusnw I s-Wfl concrete addition, 10 x 12: Smith. High School subdivision, ; prices for certain hard buildIng -
    gat Q IIf. :;
    E. Wheeler $2,000, 18 x 25 materials have been issue I ;
    C.ir.nrt 28 28 cement block :; ; ,1
    tf Lw CUiei.\ 41 33 frame x garage :::
    m. ;
    ,. residence on Frazer Cres- for South Florida and most of f .
    tG1 r c i j : .-
    I i ? ""Irllltl:<<., MUIIJO. !! apartment, $3,000: I T. Rember.
    'ent Tom McCloskey, frame the southeastern area, Haiol i Y. :.:v.crvt 565 ;- it ..rt PI a J:1jb ..IIIIIMIIIIIHHIIIUUIUIMIHtateMUHOUSES aC1IoIC1I11: >&:.-a t"J Jlrse enntTlr. reidenc! 36 40, 2C x 40 room to resldnre. $400; if, .' -
    .. .., x Stypmann H. Martin OPA Price Execute! .a: i-.g ;t aanh-590 -averpr.itnt
    :to ca M. H. Rowell!, Potsdam, addition
    OJ if m +h.' : WAATEDiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii ;II"QOIK.: I one 34 a blvd Highlands, $3.000: Ralph said today This it the 'f'.. rt :sty t
    r.t k.. I .1 S5aN:', V'. ei 4* ._ Ulnic. and repair job. $QOO; Henry _
    a .... $500 addition. 12 x 18 to Cabre, Cass Terrace, $2.000 20 x Martin declared that 40 HIChOI'dl'rs ">ejv"" nttr luchirgnen' 1
    f-o- ,. effective' and 1 i- : : -Aith fwr-r.r. >nts
    1,11 ( are already
    I 1
    .... .. -se' ,.. 20 frame residence; L. E. and .
    I .., I ..... .r. ... ,.ft.., .1 I H. .'. Bartlett: 30 x 70 business approximately 25 more are to> t-.i5t. t- '
    1tlJC COIRTsf.4siltrsrs | -tu.r ,. C. > 7 MY SINCERE THANKS : be issued In the near future .\". *( -rrOn - m wf '. I fvl'' IM' ...01< and residence with 18 x 18 gar- frt ..- .' -r uU
    17"1 "iriwi-t.ri throufhout Ih. GaV
    | uiiiiiiiiiuiiimiiiumtninniiraimtM' 141 ... ..., Th" Items covered include. : ;
    , .rt ....-. M-nJW a m. I. the lion age attarhd, Oseola ave., $9.000. Am.R: ir '' '..> -.
    lVAlll O.ORIDAH SERVICES OFFEREDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIn11111111t11NllltfllgaYlNl I "S..w on wen. .od .. ------------. those; materials essential to the qjf
    ,.''All.ABlt I ...."n.{... ....01101....,.,e la rYenn.. I ...hm'l.ptod .tlt" wall.. nation's low cost conMrurtloni .
    > aner.mr. .. j 'I ..unn loP Ynur. '......,,....... .n ''h. ...Inc.nd qu..I.U....,...... :MOKE ABOu'TPower
    such concrete block
    TllrJ'cfc r4 ,'" ,.. .... .,, k.' .r .wn .......J., ,' (".,.,1 .1,....> o. M..r ftllt.WILBUR' i 0141 am. as AAR'MY 's
    .ollrl.. .-. ot..._ I" '" .. '. I plaster [and plaster board S. RECRUITING STATION
    "K KKI-AIK I... ,,_ ,,' r,.. ... r. ,.. C'K'iNG: I CompanyContinued cement, brick, metal laths roofI 4.< beau Building \\e,l Palm Iie-... h

    W. T FACETUIIIMIIKUIMIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I Fad stuui lrni..J r.. "..'..w.,**.Ji.l.s.Y. k a ? .T., ('all",1111. fur I ( prom PaRR One) I tong asbestos shingles and MdIr.B. -- I

    ytUl'KO" ,IS, RAILROAD COMMISSIONER !sand gravel: l and ,,wood
    miiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiuniiumiintmnnMNOTICES I I l l l l l l l l l l l I
    ; i.ROCI I II to be paid by residential customers I he said.

    : I mm, I .. ... : will be only half as much j
    I n n..m n nd! ''''''''mlft.t ran ynu inn GO year. OPA ceiling prices on used 0NT THE 1.08 ,
    .. .. '
    SALE ,
    FOR j L. m.n nun as th" rate in 1934." .
    :111111 IIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIQIlWII-- average lumber now have 100 pr:' ('('II' ( > -
    II I II ell loll .. .. ',,,, All of the company's 177,000 -
    IIIIIIIIIII IIII I I I I I III r.-Eii f.n III I.F>I>- I 1 I "" "
    --- residential users will benefit! i tong TH tit ADS 0'. iY1 t.-- "

    ,cPEU'Ek. ht'eN.T.e.' .... a.... 'rom ;!ie new rates with the I : .
    PRICES! .. ', .,. -.
    I.n .
    I 1..1. It .
    SUMMER I : I.I
    A.". "., ..... I L '. --N lantcst savings BCilni to those STUARTDRUG I ; ;- ,.; .f':
    wn nn'.n. u PEGRAM REALTY CO. who now pay monthly bills of CORP.THtVVI u. I-

    all Apartments i.a I'Lt..I'. .. .t.It, t.Ilrt,, around: $5 or lower. Nearly three- r '
    fiulnbilir Srr> in*. 1.. A.nw" fourths ot the .s residential l- I ? .- I U ,...
    Room r.in.i...... sr- rel. I company: COT A FIRST :
    and 0THOUND I. iiiiiiiiitiiiiiiuiiiiHiinimMtimmuuiWANTED' REAL ESTATE BROKERS :romp t.nd customers savings ate'vil! in average this Ii i CL*)(( PRISCRIPTION j 1v.--: 3' ;-

    1:? per cent.R'du'tnn. i .., : tq:
    RIGHT OUT AN 5Stuart .
    \ LODGE Ill l lit ltHllu" ll,Rlltt l alnlnuluulpmlwo'r / In commercial!! and -
    ba td .
    8N ..
    +KTer ; Phone 298 SAY So! '
    n. !'. ... ,. .. small power rates w ''i 1 benefit sI -" .. \ .
    ,5.AN1U : ,.\
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    'tmirn Avenue .... ... .. ., I :; "" .' -
    LJ 1. .f r. .
    m t. rn. : :
    .. a.I..h. J' I. .1 !tS per rent of the '-ompany's .. l l'I .::_
    Stuart. Florida tf 1-" :. P. O- &n S Stuart FloridaAJttrtbmrnt (ommcrrljl und civ.-ll, power : x _

    ANTED .r. I"t-n t. .e. users Of .hehe, 27 eel smaller i AeI -----..... c- -..
    ... ... '
    ... I
    -- i....n......". t.-., ...d ...O1 .-. .., I commercial establishments! such --
    I .. n (,.... I..... L 1__ o' as small stores shops. garage;
    "A TEI' ,.. at,.. "m.1 ....u. j I ir.sC and the Ilk;, will get reductions We be. knee deep in work but if you have trouble
    I may
    __ ........nr ...... .., Ii'_. -. I 1.to 1.-., I ;averaging: more the" 20 per cent
    >:-- n ...., 01 .art F.. jg- \ From where I sit.. fy Joe Marsh Two thousand others \\'111tet with your car while out on the road Just phone

    i, SUMMER RATES: :, s "w.''' .>,,"T_." 'Ml..,..._T.., -...r....- I,1.1.. I reductions averaging 13 per 9134 and we will be on the job prompttv' -an> time.,
    s .. P .. I" : i rent.

    tt Apartments iiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiitiiiutiutuiiHiNintiniFEMALE The Truth "These new raw and our $24 any where -di x night.
    i. '''
    15 Rooms HELP WANTEDiiiimmiimiiiinmiiiMimminiiuiu COO.OOO expansion program go I
    t hand in hand", said Smith.Vc ,
    < i About That Explosion
    I> or Without Baths are building four lard
    !' N '- n.I : : nI
    wu\'nFl i
    I and ComfortableOn I ... r.. ,,' .'. generating unit with combined Drug Corp ISLWCC"
    -- -.- fw "...,,- ISlmur IItr1ttr. Saw: ..d a rhart of TNT beneath tt( capacities of 120000 kilowatt: [
    the River I" .". I. :'...". UWo4I.>.. uH..m" Jlu eta "ramp[ i in coons. I: I 1GO.OOO horsepower i and this KEXALL StORe !

    III.. .' .tt. ti">"i.... .irHi Unn*"ami Irairrint" R"nvn.i': = yor. of nil I the .reuwiu. ,is greater than the maximum 11 Night Phone 1 '
    ICTORY HOTEL I HiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiirniiMtiuiinHummiLOST' MIL : hr "unt,H!<-RrnlUTV .'awi .. -: r* u.e to aver up ball l ljan.rment. I .-- --- .-_ -- --- _. f4Ear4o+. cI
    Phone 91 55 tf & FOUNDnnuuuulmmflnullnllllatanml3rs .. mtunif. a/t/ .ut>....... Like the "two-l r )! I ,! I

    ; n4.>.._ lit.* .<..,IIJi1t..I'I! tr ajii i." When :iomeboiljjeU: into I sl t / h'm I

    Il.ollr N.. ra .. &:*l1. troulila, mil bium. it on"*couple I For REAL ESTATEOPPORTUNITIES 1
    n. *JtI I tin! '>t'1! 3dPritIomttn'!!! .f ,teems," jou enn b. mighty sure
    ..... .:... -,' '.. n a. -. ..
    t -.a, a .mlif' of' ttnJP' Hoak. to! they lire covering up the truth. SEEOTTO
    '. d4ltanlae :iiuI pea' tauuld" From where I fit, a moderate

    MORE AWHT "TNa .,.. en n...wmlI.45.1TtYmea"J.&rCaemm b*.rrat. like. beer in a better say I ---.-

    ;; Angelo Tslmas i* SmiiPp sumo tunesyswsrtIsanl .ut tint 5k.e.pineoutof' into it.Lapyngta trouble than get :: KUBIN i .. '

    SPECIAL 1 .Ctmtrnwd Ion po:f Ow that Binmr f>. ..* raHtwii matt as ; I "
    o I Down Then $1.00 thmnetswmg iJ1I! Bilk I a.'* ulant- c9-e 'llt4tiZ( REGISTERED REAL ESTATE BROKER fi.

    Weekly 1 will provide thre. reloads: Med I }

    VS A NICE HOME roan food to Ldp acve nfof t J9-*,, (Liuud iwuj SnOva ... E pusJatwa Next Door To Stuart New I. I( '. .,.-1''. ." .,
    SITE Mnrvation there until late I'u-

    tin the City of Stuart ner vetabl crape are :..:-
    Now Before Prices nested

    CoUp T'o1D1U is carryine with iiin'. ; ,1 ;' I"I\r PIANOSSmall
    SeeMS iraiarr
    'a letter from Mayor
    E. DAWSON B'ardall of Orlando to the JIb}'"'

    ICTORY HOTEL ot \'oloa and the people o: ih s yl* .. An AINs.aTa.wG. Brambach Baby Grand ,'I
    s To to To aAr is to rori .
    tf city<< and also two ieom- :ra- wn 1" .e-wwG Bush & Lan Grand-Medium Size .n /

    '-N -,.-. -_ i' the prcaMen o; the OTI&&C: Both Mahogany Finish and like new throughout
    '"!il''' v... Junior Chamber ol ComnwrvClill
    '. .. .....t rmw Cashion One ol Urft FEED STORE Hardman & Peck uMinipi .lto'. Srr.all-Mahogany ,

    It I to lice people of Tata, the --ii- I wilt. CEUGnT Tour I II A. Starck "Studio" Walnut Finiih-45" high I fur customers pre yI .,i

    Have to the Grecian premier II Cable Nelson "Studio"-Mahonany-50" high

    Some U. S. I The Orlando Plan vas cut _' 1 nn 'a Kimball UprightSmallMahoganyBaldwin the tetephot e'' 1 1"l
    650x20 I and promoted toy the J;.'.. ,"' I MirrApiano-Walnut Finish-Period Styling voices on 1t
    Chamber of Commerce em Ap
    B-Ply Rayon j 23. and eittens of Griutdo n-- Knabe MirrApiano-Mahogany Finish 1

    TRUCK barked the plan sell LET.bin.s : Hamilton MirrApiano-Mahogany Finish A\ I
    TIRES be Atoms Trio Kenny Leon and Jack % iI ::4
    are placed m virtual w xemoery All of these exceptionally fine instruments
    are new
    COVERSH and reAaorar.t .. f/-,
    SEAT in Benches furnished to match. Free .
    I Hour Service appearance. :
    the city where cutom rt pea"extra Sixty Smiles An ;
    ULMER cans ()f food toes m"I Delivery. Terms if desired.BRUBAKER #, :'Jj .

    CO. I purchased;-. churrbe for VoJotSchool and crete Yes M M outer Z** tkottted if you come in and do MUSIC COMPANY i ''S: 11
    I live wire :
    oiganlzitioiu are behind the bsinesa with the three
    "AYI .. plan. and the first carload <'! 206 DATURA ST. WEST PALM BEACH i'
    .. s e..MJ5.NALN JUST ARRIVED:
    ..J.AI....' ...'....N... food sl1 1 be read) for shipment The Palm Beaches' most complete music store.MY .
    rh Mon I to a port of embarkation Saturday Need-ne..ee IH magic weed killer; will not I I ..
    '-' LIr_ -- -rr's _I .. 1 ,
    - -- --- -- --- -- -
    ,..... v... ..... will tot kill -
    "It,... Tslmaa ..bo surveyed the :jm the sell gras I

    ---I I working of the plan o Orlanfio" S-ot. sue ewers 1600 square feet price $1.00 I To a lot of businesses customers are better known

    Self.l'rirninc daring his visitJ pfrsanaLT by their 'voices than by their faces. They order by
    Q>art ie for .large. area $2.98 TRUC'DELIVERS I
    tell the people of rates the ctnr. telephone-seldom come in person to buy.

    "CATION( PUMPS of the' Orlando Plan (free pamphlet) Many merchants conduct their buying in the

    10 under the TO YOUR FARM I same way. The telephone is the funnel through
    20,000 Gallons Per We Fever .. inform yea that new governssmital vrhich flows an endless stream of commercial, trans (
    Ht order o. feeds, thai all feed have gone up in I
    >Capacity.. i REALESTATE from 93JOO to $9.00 on the ton. actions.
    Pete Businessmen have grown accustomed to continually I

    See This c.a"t by the government increasing feed rising standards of telephone performance.

    H grain prices to tW. lanm r. so as to place more feed But with the Telephone Company-as with every '
    ULMER MOTOR t 11 business-the maintenance of that performance i is
    CO. an tW smarket. TVs oar increase will place an r a I
    directly related to the maintenance of earnings.In I
    tf. 30 to 4O ce t* an the bag.Wlal I
    1945 telephone earnings were the lowest in

    '"Tf.XE..1. "'.... .. .. .. G40t.f bare yob to leD in the farm line? Just bring To save you time'and trouble my more than two decades. In the current year even r-

    ---- e a Ii.a" ..... Ian bare and we will endeavor to sell l truck will deliver high-quality lower earnings are in prospect. Wages have been s 't
    increased. in keeping with the national trend, and ) .
    SPECIAL it far ,*.- Sinclair products right to farm.. 1
    the cost of everything else which goes into the

    iTS $1.00 DOWN Investments c- in and ore ovr complete dog remedy set-up. No Just phone or write me'whenever furnishing of telephone service is steadily rising. ,
    $$1.00 WEEKLY Moe: two .* as complete. as this one for the upkeep 'Y u.need'Sinclair fuel As every business man knows, adequate earnings

    Dont d Uy.KCM are a primary requirement of American enterprise. '
    !f y- pets kerosene farm oils lubricants .
    Lola Are Right ia Sale and LUtiag Thro fk- Telephone earnings must be sufficient to provide ;

    Town out Martin County grease,.Sinclair P.D., the kind c{ service you expect and to attract niw I 1

    See InsectSprajorstockspray t capital for ccntinued expansion.

    WIJ E. W. B. TILTON In a word adequate earnings safeguard the ?ull II' I

    CTO RY DAWSON Usefulness] of the telephone in carrying on the! ; 'I I t : ,
    HOTEL Krueger Bu3di f rrM ST1MMEUPMOME B. D. FULTON, AgentPHONE affairs of the community.SOUTHIIN ,,1
    tt 1 :
    315 IIUTIUtNONI awe ttltaiaPN COMPANY

    n Nt, Nnvr ". Y I.... Home Phone 1SS-M II -- -' -- .. - ..- ,...,..,.,.. '. /
    "hllo i: 't; IIII tEJENtTu PHONE 210 ='.. .- -. t. I
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    Sax, -_. TMC VTURT NtWH.

    ci I MORE \BOI -!MRS. HUBERT CLEMENTS th-- ares ..ojc- Q'd: ..' _. : J1...; C. c.ty ha.s aicI duet *.I b. ..ul1 iul.:. ciidercd I fir actual business operations I Iin --

    ; j :, HEADS NEW 4>H CLUB : taff the tf(.01.*. elf.I .:.C:* -..:. :''< 0.: .a mt mood a.s I and ail.! r ie \cd b> the audience the fall

    FLORIDA CANALCfiiitinn civil t f\11'ae4J I p r"nicer; an ideal pace to use I Intend Mi-sj Rollins U the I the training of student pilots- Thanking All

    . \I:- H.toert Clements of ideal is .xpeetrd n be I brought her to ..,....:. the bmlmat aa'though ,' daughter of Mr. and Kn. Roeeo l is also included( in the corporation
    ( t A,., Ciuxt Stuart aDd I frutn other rt-iaiu adrurusTtjoa ii were my own and.i fi. RolUr-S of Stuart: -
    ; I training program
    I t government took it on .i:.U ,I.: :o i '.va> hostels Thursday to a centr plan to make this my per an-' aviation colonel stated
    \ I for ors the
    1917 Governor JulIn1.: .<1 III, j|_' t\iud dish luncheon at her m noasr. be addfd.Be ROT\RI PICMCApproximately II Itself may
    i B. B. MCLAUGHLIN and MIL Mrtanhltn. who. that this project in Who Voted For MIN j
    .. TS Rotation. !
    pointed u honor vet-ran
    a commiv-u home' The purpose of the meet liS NEW MANAGER will act a* sutstanl. mang bring many northern
    the affair StanUv KIdm; :s, Inc 11thr organization of a FOR JOHNSON an gv MU at Ue Sc Lath heist. Rotary inns and guests enjoyed I to florida( to take the three-ta-
    and D. H Conklm are the uni\' | Home Demonration club bjr1M ,. f'r Je looking for rearrottedbttug a Wednesday afternoon picnic six months course Civilian all-

    living; m:mbers who wire charter : >, Ladle Inacoe Martin c G. F Johnson tmi.rr of Johnson qaarten They moved at tie House of Refuge yesterday ports which come up to government MY RACE FOR

    members of that cumc-'cc.: ,'..::n'home: demoostratlons '* Five and Dime iore ba here from Lake Worth and took Bathing and fishing were specifications for the 01
    Burghard said Thei c.u.: ...t the
    : from
    announced that h- has turn. When charge Wedmsdy :May enjoyed<< Neal Bishop and Edward program *11I benefit
    the affairs in a a.u '1 1..,' Of'oor elected" were Sirs.Pnntc he said. and his com
    the management of Ins buitoea I 15 Mr Mclaughlin u a X.Y yTteran Mapp entertained the buslnesa, COUNTY COMMISSION
    $1037000 worth of buI': : ,MI J 0I I .'. preside torr.. cr.sI I' intends to comply situ
    over to B B Mclaughlin win o of World War U. hating crowd v:th stunts and acrobatic pany
    I returned to the 'otCI'.1I.lI i f oed .:.I" l 1..o IMkr presirlenl Mrs boatloads of
    wtU nave ('omplf''harttI' Hii beer dUc-hartcd about a year'tart Tee vt guests such requirements
    through n savne: ".: aH I r.. c a::\>, ..etrcaruur: here controversy arose over
    left at
    I i i Johnson has not %*i:d anyof ago the municipal [pier I Some
    .1,"'la: estimated cost "' \1)d'c', (\ : Oth.t:- prt'lII'lIterr Mn.I blot interest in the biutoeM. 13:30, resumed at 6. request' for exclusive rights to I appreciate your support, and conK' ,'uu|,t1,

    floated. I H..o" R'ntl-h: and Mrs J9Sl he stated but is retir.ng Iron >ll'g StiLt .tolUSS --- _. -_. _- sale of gas and oil The board
    Latent plans rail 1 icu i .\.< itt .1.1.;: Evans winnl'rII.
    I I I Its attorney
    < active work b-cau! vi h.a iv II ir. ic RicrrttOeLand MORE \ fll'T instructed
    (from 100 to ISO hot( t .cu.l: 1 ic I' cp. --- 1H4--&ra'' to consult with the curl -
    health May is I Crary
    mine It from right tI t .. :. t LEGION V. OF F. W. I Mr Mclaughlin has had 2 I R :Jins appeared In a music ncj. I l jporation attorney to work out

    ,j Chairman Kltchtni..1'1 1 .1 :cc.. nt PLAN OBSERVANCEOF ; year, experience with stares o J T-aesday 3oL.jo' 14. at Stets AirportCon some comp.omlseIhlrh night CHARLES R. EVA
    release from the auJ< i 1.:1.:i both partied
    MEMORIAL DAYT this type having r tram One)
    lnNrJ It&Unath.11 .1" ': .U pal
    I position a* ZOI1tUP' rintend ..<- f tot underway n.. \i. ,' H.' ,i Alia riraii Legion and the j !or the Ben franklin star J 4 ..1: ,t-t'A tt-e er("d piano in cost .dc iroact: atH00! .000, It alx instructed to co !\.I unc ''
    out that II. E.c- I ,
    pointed i
    :. c.'t rafts ol Foreign Wan Florid to local; in Stuart --:I ILss p..n') .-rber Rondo wet sta ed AC expect; that the , .
    Canal is now on ': I tn. .. 0
    ,atath! cooperate in an ob. I I was tired ol a uaiea100 B:...j:.tt: j:. eIs.zo.: :: "can! The work c.n tK ""mp.etf'u in time detail -- --- -
    StrattKt; yachtsaid 1 11.1.: : --- -__ __ _. u
    -. n.it.,'< Memorial Day on
    .' I
    that Its (ipxrlupadd c.: .1 I
    1:. i 1.'CI..y May 30. Details vUli L' I
    million ol wtulti "ccc- '
    munlti alonn the East t c"c .'of _' ..I.I.Il'l'd i i next week ,;i. >' J : .l / PATRON
    .t< : :
    SUBSTATION I DOLLARS }: ....,." ..:.. : .. ;

    Gasoline I.- tin '1"" : '... VA 1J HOME FIRMS
    pctiolrun ]PI'I/tll't i t TO OPEN JULY 1 SPENT IN i.t.ft---: COUNTY ;r n
    I II

    r Smokey Says: I : .... :. of: a ,sub-retitmal' DIRECTORY THESE SERVICES
    ( ST'P AND/ t c,1n-i R..H ." '.. "I'V4> the heactquarr i
    OUT "01111 SNO5E$ L''tif Tti,
    \\l"It :" 1 the florida'ell" al16'
    II WHfljl011I/ [ I N' CR .
    { fi NEAR_ Tilt "ooos.!} \. '...1.-1 ra tlO'" in this area U -
    .eu.d! i to begin by July 1.
    t-::; .t.. -tr\'.c-s !fur veterans in the Web Ordway StuartService BATEiMAN

    .. !: -" .::.,u::ding counties are expect flIdeaISport DUGANSr GRANT LEEKREFRIGERATION
    '., beh';n faster cerx-tc" Motors
    ...: "'" ...::i the establishment of the t. r V:., StationGULF and LAM!
    '.al here ALTHORI7En riFAlfk I P _x.. I ""< "
    -- headquarters Y.SS FPM .. : PRODUCTSTIRE ROAD \- '
    ..,;'iI".c. .i .. Jackson senior contacti : FORD J. "Wllson" / .: ,..

    -- -- '. tatlvc i has mealedI !,; Sporting -OD\ REPAIR ,
    I n. nr an
    ........ .,i.(.HIE from 'naporta'.ion OGYCoLodS. -: AMI
    tA AXU Ni I'IWRECKER 4 -
    r <
    e bib !Itati in service* SERVICE ': Huc The Friendly SpotIN SERVICE Quick Road Service
    : iclncie rapid medical! caret ,
    SOD REPAK-: He.dquar1era V IP
    '. i.t III f The ) W G. REIN Mgr
    .: ... j emeraenriss. PHONE :I..
    ;, Post Office Arcade \iTt-ART! ART NEWSMARY'S! o. Box I 1 t
    ::. ..,narter \'lll be :orated in PHONE! 91-1Z For FishermenP&M AIRO-.S fROM Ml
    :.' Beaux Arts building at Palm
    .l .
    n c'ii Medical! equipment valued
    Crush out your smokes \\hr. ..onera .': cc-ands; : of dollar will beccl

    in the woodi Stamp: on "rtnBt ..; \ ;r., th. local FVAoffices. UNDER NEW FERGUSON'SDrese Herby's Luni
    sure they are dead Let ve .,. _
    I. ; : lid he expected that MANAGEMENT!
    cartful and protect our M:-aMe
    woods. \ ..:..'fly C0 persons from 'ClllI' HOME UWEDt alEa wTNea. IC..oIU TIRERECAPPING and Gift Shop shear tKltM MEET Bu.ln.. I

    411IE1 STORE: Oc..I.ao: SEWS -'PUI.S B",, Win. Send.i.he.d Lunch and Dinnt

    SALES See Us ForRepairs LINGERIE Soft I U.nk., TRY OUR 51, .. 'n :u.'
    r.b I McCLUNG'S Sealtest Ice Cream Standard Oil Products
    .. '
    ( Phone 1.It.J All Food ( "'I
    (C-; = FRIGIl1 I \.I IRE.\ =?!! 5c TO SI.00 STOREOSCAR Mr Pick. Ip .\n The Place Where
    -- 1[ \ Parts .. Tt.JT RUP "UtH'' l
    SERVICE ; : f J{ "'SOOn MARY BUNTING ONE Vl .11 \ \I
    -'" I BENNETT B .Le''' Ml.*. Friends Mel J. R. pmitKIJr. OSCEOL\E. 0.".. 1

    ,Mc'. '1" OS<(EOLA AbE AI'". R An. H.ly.n h I VNIl THEATRE BLKC. f la. Mol, N...oih ARNOLD BAUERSt. -t d. ddn"nl

    Lucie Boulevard Phone 142.W !


    ; HIGBEE & That Bicycle SERVEPrompt

    Indian River Cottages FOR and REST Boats NowAll

    WORTHAMGeneral MHOLUAU. ..* aE r AIL NEW DIRECTORY OF -- O..nd.,

    Seafood! Work Guaranteed ,
    Contractingand Court au'PHONE
    Martin County Business Men
    Repairs Bait For Sale Bill's Bike ShopAt

    P. O. Box 832 JENSEN: BEACH 14

    Citrus League Inc.Growers Phone 144-R *' COUNTY BtlDCC Enables the 6,123 residents! of this county to Chason's Taxi Stand
    quickly I find necessary services which are furnished I

    locally, and at the same time gives the advertiser

    Shippers opportunity tc economically contact: his customers COMPLETE

    SUNRAYJALOUSIES SeymoJrGideon's throughout the county every week. Electric and Refrigeration StuartAuto
    Functioning f Since 1930 I SERVICENo

    President : InnHE Job Too Or Cam
    1 ... mit-MH-V SPOT AT Too Small
    lot Vice President J. J. ParT lh
    2nd Vice: President A, B. Michael SUNRAY SHUTTERS Denting Wed Fri. & MARTIN COUNTY GROW. CO. And Trailer Con

    3rd Vice President G. R. Brock ESTIMATES -CBMITII.U say RENTAL B> lit' \lEtI
    i I I <1>-......... Day Phone MON,f sirSCL'I I//
    Sunray Shutter Dollar spent at home mean thriving local busi ALL CON\ '
    Treasurer Henry Lamont All Kinds Of Drinks I lobe' Sound 3271
    Products ness. You can be assured of honest and fair treat- Nite BLAIR and BAKE
    Director 8 Growers 7 S.ndwicbesAlex's Phone ,. .
    W C ARMOR f '1 BOX 24S ment from people whom you know-and in most Stuart 185-J Old Die). HI S.Docks" "

    I very cae you can find what you want in Martin

    County. 1 ttT.

    Annual Meeting ; Standard Oil Diner Each week the News will run an editorial in ChristopherELECTRIC ,

    this space pointing to the benefits of "Trading at Seawalls
    Home" and on the general them of Martin County

    "I i STATION *xoDINNER development Electrical ContractingFREE Boat Hous

    A\n Mari
    WASHIG POLt5Hl' eGESERAL <. We will also urge new businesses and services ON All'LIANCES DELIVERY. All Type Ot
    MOTOR 1\.1.\.. Good! Wholesome Food which can be of value in the growth of this area. Con.tructionIvan
    Members FUEL PLMPo" a PARTS Or At Reasonable PricesIDEAL Martin County's Taylo
    ALL 0.150 Biggest Little Electric

    Ralph P Chandler iU..lJI HARewis -TilE EDITOR. Store P. O Box 474
    ,..... ....... S. I 104.J
    < First Smr. Pearl Harbor)

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    i is called/ at


    : Court House Vero Beach
    Excellent Food Dock
    2 P. M GAS RANGES. HOLLYWOOD Waterfront Cottages lEADlSC1" oJ'
    SIMMER SALADS 0CI "Flor 4.'. Flntil CLEANERS
    f To elect Directors and transact any other business COUNTY CLEANS
    UNDER DIUBCTION OT "RIO" Summer Rates New Summer DRY

    I that may arise GRADUATE DIETITIAN FIRST ..._ s_, ad Jon.. DAY. WEEK a. MONTHJ. Rates EXCLUSIVELY

    ,, PHONE: 91S4 Jay A. ByrneQuinn's PHONE



    uy,!411, W. I. FEE Meats, Groceries tr r, I I NEW GLORY :
    : : .
    ; ;:ai ; raooccE. Dices FOR DULL "
    i'' Executive Secretary ANDCONCRETE !IOV1:1.: TIES. GIFTS
    J ,//1: During May-Melbourne I PARTS SALES Jensen Beach Pleasant Atmosphere
    ; SERVICE Friendly Service Little
    Permanent-Fort Pierce I. L. DECKER St art N... Pwn Fw 3l 7979 '' MILE 1

    "" ,' > I DIXIE HI.WAV-THOME XT.W PHONE KaUEGER: s&D4 9124 PHONE 91315 22* s.., CHI-._WPB, fl. NORT OF STUART Sho

    W..l ...1.. B_h. Flnrld LANCE BROS. Beauty PHO'IfeAE 'I
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    Tilt STUART NEWS StUART Martin County, ILOKIDA, imil l U/\", MAY ih. 1916 PAGE sere* I

    \We Produce and Prosper I The ClIO i,_ its parent The Administration: is Its constable, be equally answerable as entitle: in judicial proceedingsfor --mental confusion beyond human comprehension, impossible .
    11 surely, the week! jour liberties have been reduced conduct violation of contracts! or legal requirements of democratic control, extravagant, ""ute'I
    t Iffc StamP Act
    i tn iiberti":,. (lit t the Colonist or the Navigation Act reduced 2. During the past few years, efforts frequently ful inefficient and ty its nature the instrumentality
    Under Government By I In its in the eighteenth century. have been made to extend the area of legalized collective of favoritism tyranny oppression and corruption I
    requirement that the CIO be given a wage Inv bargaining into field that arc the proper functions of and the destroyer of the self-reliance and -.elf-rctltK| : I
    crease ot l 1sI.i .
    I interests cents the Administration has ignored the management, These\ functions: must be preserved if and governmental capacity of the people. quaIl'
    M Concession? I I the of altinvestors, The Administration has ignored American business 1 is> to continue efficient and progressive> without which no people can remain free."

    lion interestf has all consumer of goods. The Administra- Management: therefore' urgently recommends that The National Association of Manufacturers i.I M
    B\ ROBERT W. WASOV white-collar l ignored' the interests of all small business of all the term 'emplojee' in the Wagner Act be clearly de- I mill r jd to a )policy of higher wages for uorke-r L

    wlrkerl. the interests of agricultureI fined, either by the National Labor Relations Uoaid or by prices to consumers and a fair return to lwe",1"-", : )I
    ''lor''"l Note Robert U,worked President of the National; 1 I I' Wag .Pnee Policy a New Era Congress, to exclude all persons holding full.time managerial I restore this hi<=toiic policy' which made America &r ;,t ,
    of Manufacturer, his way from ft trocer boysfh ,i The Administrations new wage-price policy creates: mid supervisor} positions! I Government must work for all the people
    ntesldenc' Maxwell' : Manning &: Moore' Inc. mana- a flaw. t'ra-in which we turn from producing new wealth Insolvency Provides No Jobs
    lEIla ) of heart equipment On hl way up he was janitor of f to dissipating the wealth produced in the past It permits I disciimiiiites Theagnrr Act. discriminating ugaiiist industry Jobs can't be made by blowing a vvhi>tl<'. Too' J

    'rot" Ind chureh. longshoreman and blacksmith hdprr.I, wages to ri",... as much as 50 per cent above pre-war wares and against every customer that industry selves be hilt before men can be cmplo) d. All ItJ'' t ;. ... I
    iiKHiiiht investor that makes
    :III I :f NM, >lit' heads an organization of 14.500 members' it concedes t to labor all the pro-war gains. all the wartime possible every Industry's jobs loss must be taken by those who venture the .1' .-.'

    Id.OHO.000 worker and representing a capital of ISO, pains. and Co per cent of the wars overtime wage rates' The greatest contribution industry can make t.. i + ,.-
    nf Martin rounlv has a particular intern' in the' address> It Prohibit profits rising above the 1936-30 level to justify 3'. Pending th' Utdruination of I''pt'esentation(1IIl'ItioI18 is to turn out goods, A busted"! business, pr*'\ )It'i "

    I ahkh |ht', made before the Economic (lob of Detroit on, 01'I.riet' tacr'ases. It penalizes the consumer with nocessarv \ by appropriate: I uleiiil or :State:> agencies there goods nor .jeibsDetails .
    n 1. ,hreauw Mr Hasou. Is identified 11 it Martin: county high price,. It jeopardizes the continuous employment ) should be no Strikes. hllycolt01' other interference' with I of todav. comments" arc luett'r' i ,10'' ,

    saute 13( acre of ocean frontage midway. between' Jrnsenli reducing possible investment! in tools, opciittions by mplo\c.s 01 labor, oiganiilionn: and no many hear than they arc to me Trw re |uir.' 11"-' ,-

    ' Ilif H lls<> or |Refuge{ : I6 acres up the North fork and Th,' Administrations vvagi-piitc polio supplants lockouts)' or unfair labor iiiutices, as defined by law, bv I eve'i'v person in this roum, from every cili/ J'' l It'<
    Golden (ale facing SI l ,ollettiv employers 1 from even individual( ) in America,
    \N NJ ,front home-sit, at >orie Inlrl < :: bargaining!:\ by administrative II
    \ compulsion 1 1. I"olllwinthpl( !(' initiations\ bytate:; ,Fed .
    \\'oHLU) there Uetroit. taker plait "n the Vhite / 01" ( : I E\'rry American must 1 learn that ii j I I'tsuttee "
    Tilt is one I Each 1I0I1tI'tepH in Washington/ inj
    All IMKimi' curl nymncies. both, the and col ,
    employer the certified .
    stead ot at plant Detroit 'that i is; hero{, wasii-d-the* "Caving h< *,H '11 .
    local imitation of Detroit t a i in
    It j.'reatncvsn
    aidf' ( Wage.Price lecthe liargauiing l'ell'l'sl'ntaliKhould be protected in t the< iustiiance' ( polity on his life and chaM I 1' ,
    ,hw ,' .''M''' e omentry' is t the Detroit e>f hntrland Squeeze Will Stop Bargaining at Plant Level the net,<,lJHtlon and! orderly' administration of a labor welfare" nl hi Children' .and grandthildrenve .

    .'''h,, |1)(0\1), i, lit ,it France IJerlm J is the Detroit t>f Ocr- Indtrtht. wage.price squeeze, : the futility of collec I agreement, ugiiinst interference by any other )person' 01 :: 'I'II'' mmiths ago the nation looked (font. s'1 J .

    sal rail',i ,is the Detroit of Drazilit ; tine bargaining at the plant-letcl is obvious, It makes organization, Such interference should, be made an un greatest) |prnsperlly| of its hi.t.or-jl.b.. runs i I..' .* .'. ti
    111 111m' ,, Detroit automobile manufacturer lire local labor management relations impossible\ until the 1 Ian, I ibor piacticc, toi thirteen million sons and nephews rttun d i 11"f<

    ", ..,s'ee',. Allied and enemy soldier that slogged leading case is ,settled in Washington" Thereafter it is u 5, The labor organizations( should voluntarily der< vat, Victory" brought the hope of dawn",, and l ill i" j .
    -h' 'n. moo(! of i wars; to every child who watched the : question of t conforming to the standards required in the I, \elop |publish, mid file with the National Labor Relations of sunrise 'to every tired, aching heart P<';.e' '"

    [ ,a,' I he truck and automobiles of Detroit leading:' case, The Administration, policy is fixed, and !'Board definite' procedures under which jurisdictional dls.I hand J Reunion was to followI'lKsptiilv .

    !lit",11' ,. Am"'rica's i best illustration of how, industry. the unions will see that it is promptly effectuated through I pates could be' fatally resolved! without Intelfeiing with has been deferred It can 'l'+ it r.,',
    w able demands, fur the maximum: ; and strike if necessary'. toachieve production! without 1'Julrlnsr'Iolation' of existing collective It i" c-suitml
    um', 'n] niproved tooling, to pay higher i that the' Administration :stop" r< '
    ..h', 1 give lower prices to consumers. and their demands' : agreements. and without unduly increasing costs I economic system to satisfy CIO at the cost ..f .> ,JJ I 'f .'
    If this: process is continued the future existence of1000aliz..d. Failing development of such voluntary plan. It is .
    i a ai! ,'i 1111'11 'ID inventors ,Procedures I lime for the ( outness: to strip the Adn.11
    independent, small or medium-sized business incoipointing these standards should be established bItfei the. .
    ie1r'.}' :minis!! for u few great names at its top. unit will be difficult 1 : > I ot po\vei to destiny the Having of ail the, ]1".1 1 '
    and collective latloii,
    bar1CainingLetween: up in H century and a half of
    maintained b hundreds of I progress
    1'1'/1' 1? > precision
    UI / local labor and management will cease, If the competi Doe Mi\ lit vies Expect Pioductlon Climb Ked .
    n" 'mais, of business establishments, give to on I It i; imptiutivc, that Congress restore' eyua j i lit i:, t
    anI' tin system w to lIur\'ive. this trend toward statism Ink I
    must" du"tl',1, h labcii before law : that it take' ra-'ra"
    t" .' I'wltl', l econom>', Rig: business" crowds the be I
    t mall business makes Detroit and the reversedCollective, Tuninif now front wages( to prices. In the CIO-L, S. pieductiin and restore free, competitive' n'ari'i' i
    Hi !
    .u. na- coercion applied in \\'a hlngtol1 to large Steel wage' dispute. tin Ol'A finally admitted that wages Government: loi' all the people,

    corporation threatens the existence of small business entoi into the prices''' of good L'neler its newest plan, the Then can be no prosperity! under ( ner. '' gulf betweenig\ \ and small bu..inen et r>'where, It prevent collective bargaining between I Ol'A intends, that increases prices if any to compensate COlHC sOll| ,
    ti1c hit 'IL/ eu\ 'mess often destroys small business locpf labor and If the for incieases __ n_
    management. competitive system wage be held to the below-normal lend ---- ---- -- --- --

    c tmi' In only> way bv which jobs ran he created'is to survite. the subserviencv of the Administration to ol (nolits earned eltiiing 19oC-:o't. That was a period (is GOVERNOR FLAYS ,, cr ntly announced j>lac I", I
    ugh 'h. i I"'tment" of nomebodj' saving In Deciuiren CIO must be ended. the Ol'A admitted on an earlier cceasion, when six out often
    J II ,'Ier' nl, ." an investment"" of $6000' in the' =None of u* can yet full appreciate the defense of of the nations companies were operating) at a lore, CIO INTRUSION unionize sou, !he rn; ;ilxir :m'

    o' 'iroii,)1,,'ii i 1 'II. The contribution of the Detroit area our liberties b>' the successful! contention of U S. Steel that Actually', Ol'A" plan will!! penalize business bj the difference both OrltaIZc, : : i JJ' iiai predeed ;-
    Tallahassee ,
    May 18FhS I ultimate ;I. ', .
    c : : = el
    IUrl"omy/ is one million employees times the costs of wager enter into the prices of good> That in the 17 pet" cent tax late of that period and the': c en .rit:
    than ,.. ,
    L, '. \,," 'I.i ']', in all the world, however do m bil- this subject should be debated b>' a modem dovernment'; i J8 per cent tax idle eil now It also will penalize business i Governor Caldwell last week n : :t<-:

    f \\e.t t iert(j rWIIIII'i create the wealth and influence that is a measure of the liberties that the nation has lost. The j I by denying profit for inmiise in volume, Iy? these re- I' termed the proposed CIO and --- --- -

    :: sien"rat'fur the benefit of mankind. final acknowledgement of so :simple an (economic truth stiictions it will also limit production. i AFL drives to organize Southern NURSE LOSES FAT

    'I 111 01, t'' n\- lived under a Astern I where each of administrators:\ experimenting with our economy is a'' hoer Mr, Jov\les; expect piocluction to climb on red labo as "the Kind of North. in
    ,ere'. ''1.1 i, \.t'nture-wht're each of us had the victory for every business organization In America, big, ink. and! (ntintied d losses If he does he 1 is> denying human I Intrusion the South ha, often: Off ifrmmer; witkftrt exercise

    .. ', ore Ih worth of his own !idea It wa a bold medium and small. nattiie-the fundamental instinct of self-pieservation, It I observed In the pa tAsked /1 L. ,.., .. r, .
    UJ iati"i in., tirsi t proposed the horseless carnage- All Indebted to General Motor can't t be done'! "
    If he anticipated\ -er- .
    I j
    i Ijn! ) 'MH' I lurd in flight could be imitated bv man General lutJrha" paid for our (elefen with lossesin '" :Mi r. Howies: )' preventing profit> curd thereby preventing I oils dIsturbances"" as a i"_ ft.ie 'ojI it l _; ".. ......t '.,

    KCf nt millions ot dollars It wu.s itenral Motors that pro ; /pi'eduction, can yet drive' our economy down tu1 ejected membe i:sh )p atilt
    ''I' 'hre'ulr r "!I"m and I .striving, through, trial i and error tectecl I the right to earn a profit and possess, it as providedir the! level of lintG! :: .:!!'J-01' lower lie can yet reproduce I C adw? :11 answered No' 1 h

    J t ,.H. .. d i trains, through disaster and discovery., the (''onstitutiun It was t General Motors that defendedthe the ten million unemployed of those years, He will never people of tho South uu 1 Ruxl-')( as

    , ,d t 'a> si, ', '''I i t 10> greatness in our generation right to manage Its own bu..inl'It' was Genel'allltorl4' stabilize our dynamic economy except by paralyzing its ally wound raitlit Uni! km;

    \'e.,, 'lit'i ,. dig.steel and forgotten the risks md losses } management, who protested' the attack on management activities American citizens' not uun te 1i lral
    1n"I'.I'* i'', ho backed the Abbot Chalmer, tarter rights to hire and fire within the limitations of It and when Ol'A ceiling; lire taken off, there may riots and dliturbanc slo IS, C
    .1 ""rl I-MI': laham, Maxwell\ and all the other auto- its union contract It was General Motors that preventedA lie 11 rise: ii prices. but such price! increases will be. i educed the query "Do you think ', S.Stuart,.: ,':

    I' na' ", ,ibuted to progress. of the automobile computation of wagebued on forecasts and( estimates by competition producing the goods which are now prevented the- campaigns will fizzle out Ii", "'. I ,
    "., ," of sale that might be attained profits from coming the market, will stifle
    1 tnt profit of investor never in on Industry with minimum unrest through Drug Co.-Phone 1 11
    I'n' i I Ii)h ..n the couiageof intestorsthe ingenuity None of u+ here en yet evaluate the defense: of out inflation \with pi'xhietion! whet permitted bv the Admin- D possible lack of illicitst'". ;hOuvemoi : Tear Out This Ad A. A
    DHL)','n.." ,n] 'he skill of employees' together haven I liJ'rtlcmadt, 1 b>' General: :Motors"' demand that wages istiation to clo HOIlisUntul replied that the campaign Reminder

    .,::1 creating process that brings fame to4t be computed on the fact of the past: instead of on JlUl''III'141 !) vv<. have \never hud! runaway prices on arising I will last as lung as money

    I A .\ ',\"'win h to,,, your citizens> and power to your labor about the future is essential to the solvency\ of every' business I ''I i production ticnd Such a runaway of prices! cannot H avallabJ for the professional

    i Il l \Kn growth, ownership. of Detroit industries large and small, in America, I be expected unless' the Government runs the presses I oruanUcrs There will be little
    .m, '. II-"Ide Every; man in this audience and this nation is indebted li I that print the money unrest and only tolerant inter r

    ((11 I'i"i a nd the nation are convulsed I fo> 11'ashs4on to General Motors for its defense of the liberties of all of i :Mi. Gowks himself, has clearly acknowledged! the cut The war time and recon- {19SZQ s i I

    ." .,, ii and encouraged labor attacks against u*. This fight, at whatever cost to their owners, for the'i necessity of the incentive of profit to secure adequate version strikes have had a tendency ant
    I, 1',1 11u i ,Ucturini in America supplies, 21 per centem time being has saved. American enterprise and the Ameii-! pioductlon, lie did this bj advocating subsidies\ for food a to slow down Interact !in

    ,,,'., ,,,,,,: and takes I 100 per cent of the blame for ("an'a ot !life.Millions and other agricultural products supposedly\ under )price | such oigaiilzatlons, A considerable Z1 Z t cS l
    1,10, ,mi) "' of Americans waiting for automobiles are I ceilings Actually, the prices went up but the public was percentage: ol Southern labor -
    nillration Demand Continuation of Wartime Policies Hall>' interested in the C ;<'Ill'ralIotorl: strike. now in its supposed to think otherwise because the advances .chow ', has a stake in the conunun-

    t l't'1 ,. ''I "nd, re-conversion was Marled pronrptlai 111th day up us taxes ri boiiowings instead of directly on the price, tty I Is a purl) nf It and Is healthily '
    '.' ir'.million i i Board promptly. liquidated itself to A landlord renting a home to a (j'lu.'ral1\lotors\ work tickets : conecincd with the stabili:y
    "lIell' ,,' : 'where in America is interested in this strike. A Bowie Confesses, Failure "
    alior. investors. and lower prices to con er un> | of its government BlI'/ll, / T.
    +1, S"i'' lice months after hostilities end the Ad- grocer supplying food to strikers out of work has interests! Within two weeks after Ol'A confessed the failure Both the CIO and AIL reUSE 1 a>" "M 7n1L: ,
    ratioi d"mauds continuance of wartime policies that the Administration is obliged to protect, ot its first postwtii" plans its calculations for the present I'f$1I1./l1I0'll/ !
    hi' I'" el i, .nii. of politics dilutes the high-octane of These segments of the economy have interests\ thai wage-pltcP \plan piovid to lie) in error $2.0( :) 1.00nOIlO( and -- --- /mir I srnows.mseHAMct.FLORIDA! .

    I"' I t.:', concessions at the nation's e\pen the' are vital It has l been their fate unit\ loss to be' neglected Air, Howlis isktd( that iiniounl for subsidies. This $L'

    Wrat' ,nks. power and sclf-perpetuatiem l l\ Administration t lit: 'cau"e of the smallci shcre of bllliein Irs' not cover' t the Hilelitlonal t eeist t ol tin 1lac 1;I

    1 Id\IJ''', ",'onomic platform of it* i own tin. Ad-. the national income they receive t they are entitled to cot- markets, t jronds' not\ produced, anal 1 people' not (amployed 666COLD ABSTRACT CO. I
    raIn' ""i''"pis the economic program, of the ("IO in i i i >ide'ration at least t equal| ; Itli I hat given to the loaders eil ('IOi thai the public|> I>1 must p.iv It i is a cash item that (ongies, ,.-
    'I"I'/: I ((0') support. A* c'onc's,
    '"iMm!" ''I i seeks to prolong and. if possible per interests soil to supply| government for all the 11'ople. ol piiilialu( <" T ARI t T' SAL Vf. NniF. ". ., 4
    I tin' ,' 01111'011which violate all .principles of com- The .Administration cannot give concessions to l less I than On) n I the )pun
    fn' 'ntiol which constantly defeat themselves! oiHMjuarter of the j topic. except to disadvantage of asked, to hide, the rising costs: of living resulting from ,a i iwagcpiico -- ,
    ureai ,,,M I to the public It makes financial conic more than three Iluartrrs| It is time for the Administration 1 policy that iicimit.wages to rise' and pu\iii" '( r" ..... {,;1

    ii I hill HIV of dollars to pressure groups to causes to function once more for all the people, the production/ eif good{ that (':\validate hem I

    Jiinn! '' i''ngth both here and abroad It therein Administration-sponsored strikes' : by CIO weu never There is no Ol'A tiling en the )printing of< nioii" .vses
    it'b' filiation it would have the people I believe it'lit. necessary'. The American "Federation of Labor achieved! Theieloiemone'\' iIlCI'I'II while the 1'1'odue'tion ."" ntrol\ comparable gains for its, members On its figures, only pieventid '1'his process; \ )raises' the cost of living auld

    I Scramble for Privilege 6' per cent e>f 1.8011,11011( ) ) strikes were A F of L members seduces t the' value of wage increases(>14 sponsored\ ) !! \lay> t thi

    onc'ss""I'" ,' given to the CIO are at the expense of all on January 18th, Admunsti'ilion, 1'111'I 'jriainxiii labor of all unorganized labor, and of CIO I struck in exercise:<(' of its power over' a mibseivientAdmimtration strikes ever'i mlsi teal wages

    nets'! 'ijjment of the economy', The subordination (IO has now become more powerfulthan (. OPA'x. i policy' ">f preventing pi'o Inchon while' th,
    1 ministration's will to he CIO despoils Administration. and proved it in the steel industry green lights in the htiieaii of Engraving Building inV'ash

    ''Hoi and sets up a mad scr! imble for program privilege, among dispute as: well as in the oil industry dispute, ington bum brightly at night printing money. can only' ,
    l.re grlllqls. I The Administration has forgotten that its job is to raise the cost! ot living higher Iran the 5 pen cent estimate

    ,Mernments their prDtect the public interests and the rights of all citizen ot Mr\ Hoivlo" the 10 per cent estimate of :Mi cries. or
    are man-mad., derive
    They power holders the inbetvvoen estimate of Mr, However' if subsidies ,
    the onscnt of the go\'ermd.I When the GO"unmentIts Tl-e) include 70.000,000 life insurance 1 policy Snyder .
    P.01'> with' prodigal lift in exchange for conat ..IIOOOOO savings bank depositors, 14.000.000 ...tockholdtr. are taken off, an additional 8 )pel Cl'nt'ould \be .
    the .. added to living costs, Actualthe! 8 per cent is being
    expense, of the tliift, it endangers even '
    n concessions to organized labor paid but hidden
    ufo'I'> Some because of
    not the danger
    nefit. 'Stained.may t re deluded the abund- rfijv be assimilated' with time l.y. large corporations The Ol'A (does not deal with inflation, except to accelei!
    of?'r money' caused by Many the ate by concessions! : are made at the pine of small business. These ate it, It deals only with the symptoms of inflation bv)
    e" Americans created ccttn cannot be absorbed by business without upecialized hiding!! itO ,
    he liberties that wereilost ie through t.tatism Government that was con ., ingenuity to reduce costs, without accrued surplus to buy A Attack on Profits is an Attack on Economic Motive SPECIAL

    'In t the past dequate legal defense against Administrative inroads on PowerIt
    years peace i id war. r
    >in balance sheets. is profit that geais our total Therefore
    their economy
    Wefction January in 21. 1946, I'resi lent Truman said : "There Government Should Quit Con.:eisions in Exchange for it i Is the motive powei of our economy that 01'A would SALE!
    my mind that he Government, acting on Ih Iw
    fof' all the Vntee destroy. ]If it were in Detroit, Washington: would try to I
    people the ultimate
    f for the must a flume There repon-u The collection of these concessions by CIO. at the ex- operate automobiles without gasoline The OTA attack 'c
    economic health of the nation. t
    and all in /cstors negotia- on profit in as impiactical' and responsible", .
    Her agency that No .ther organization has theor pi use! of all consumers goes on in
    the can lion and in strike: in all parts c f the nation, It is not possible to opeute this great nation on it ,
    able| to authority all the nor is"t:!ere any other agency ac- ,: One major change: is neec,ed to relieve the present: loose and flabby fiscal policy Outgo in the budget of I

    Ii a Pronouncement people is authoritarian State :; situation' The Government should resume its traditional, the current year will exceed tax income on comparable I I @ 6
    'eer} was the that of the than :impartial role, should impartially: enforce the laws, and peacetime activities by $5; billion, All there expenditures ,
    Ibay J Now prospect for prosperity greater 'I should quit granting concession! to unions in anticipationof are charged against the savings of the people expressed I
    which ought
    months latethe nation
    : votes in all the )property in America. ,
    "creating I and multiplies prosperity? and ealth for all. suffer AdminUraa con-I' The Administration should terminate its sponsorship There is, no realistic", plan to balance the budget .i .

    abandoned shortages and because It the has become a- of labor and its interference: M labor-management relations Until it 1 is balanced we cannot sweep back the rising tide 1 ,
    equity justice
    including control of wage and prices Unions: will of inflation i I
    I mJ not lO freely indulge in irresporsible actions if they know There are plans to keep the budget unbalanced Administration -
    wage increases granted: to CIO. together SLLAliL: D SBADAPTER lei \ )1
    t ne OVA the Government will not bail them out. representatives tri.vel America and abroad | ,,
    the next restrictions crisis. which it puU on production or- Let no one believe that the current settlements of I to invent and create new causet that pressure groups will.i KITS I

    f"LAuministration'a h subservience to CIO Is now strikes have settled anything permanently Failure of the I support, These are being offered as concessions in anticipation !

    The> path impllo is i Wagner Act and resultant strike: indicate the need for a of \oles This Administration policy if pursued,
    toward collectivism which it : i
    Hln Citizens about I long-term labor policy in the interest of all the people I II must gradually reduce a rich people to poverty | $4.95 r '
    ot Uetroit should be concerned
    : |
    unwilling,, 1 I instead: of in the interest of CIa I II ( Your speaker believes in America, He Is confident
    Government-controlled .r
    Hi'U'1(1(l economy.progress toward a I A Long-Terra Labor Policy t about its final I future, And he Is not speaking as a partisan r Th"yll prlctleall double ynnr rint ef rinlon. naltl I '/
    "PPorted demanded This simple program would help: any more than Hatton W. Sumners, lifelong Texas Dljhdrl YiR' much sitar Arer ca Lft ef tote bulb UpprozlmiUlf J
    by the Administration the CIO I tares
    w should be Democrat retiring from office who in ytui. Simple md easy te Install
    *r wages I 1. The activities of labor organizations stated yesterday'spapers aColeman's
    b IlK. and, hat overtime be established continued as a peace-in a 'limited and supervised and their responsibilites properly for all of us the case against concessions: I

    'i mo economy It war also wage demanded costs be that the prices of defined to assure equality of tttatus before the law for I I "By concentration of governmental power and Home and Aulo SupplyI

    n Into which be not Increased. labor and management. draft upon the Federal Treasury, we have now a
    wages enter
    n at device has become known as the "price-aqueeze" Equity requires that both parties to labor agreements financially 'busted' great: piled-up mass of govern-, PRUNE 117 H i (

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    Claims ,

    'I "- I LOWLY SCRUB OAK 50('(.86 SFCtRITY Valentine. man- I vlvors ImiiiMaccepted in t

    !DFADLINE NEAR ON vuI, I 1)1'"t.I ii. W"i'I1'1'': Boird .Idle! nc mtliiK (rlelk) "u 1111' 4 SOURCE Kenneth F. 'snit:

    J MERIT EXAMINATIONS .1: ''I I the I"J"'ida, In ll siiliil, Com :n|>lier key i punch ")>pla', i 1'. lioulflUDK : I I, NEW TANNIN_ Rioter Office of the of West the Social Palm Securt-Beach a-s Inforrrmm.11' .11.I

    :nisli All 1I"llI'n| ) U ns mutt equipment Opl'lIIlIr: putt' Mile-A boost l for theI1lulln Field l'
    : be in
    1 t c .1111 i ,,U1
    : 0"itm ,vtllr M.IV 111fuC' (J. i I". 0. the Merit Svst"m Ofllci" chid of mnrhln.' IK('runt" : leather Industry I mm tv 1111'sdOY.Board.May 21. at SluaCon t the admlnist,: t

    Y ( ,III'sbV I mcilt s\ 11'11111'1"1'1\ i 1.1'1/i ill Intel that: Hint da:to -- -'- scrub)' Security Ar

    I 1 III'1 l today! stressed the fIlImt; I I hnd ,it mulled must )J(' po*:mink. J. F. ASHLEY IS i 1 the h imbl and despised research' Room at-10-a.-m.- ---.-- --- ,
    < : .. nl .not (meal i then inidnlKht 01 I : I ik net K piedletod. by

    Ile t I tn it dote! ,t In snlcl JUNIOR OFFICER the Un!verslty III l lF
    : : i i 1,1(1111'1'1", nt LIST[ your Room, Apartments and Ren,:
    t 1.01.It' \\ Ids malt{ .s>st"n! ,xninln 'lilt' |IslauI' l Oulu('||" lot '.hh| |rsti !' with
    , I Atlnntn OR.J. to' Ashly' In Ida Hornet us.
    ." //111. l lull' 14 da'hl'' I to. (ii"-dons,t ..n i tn IJ' I'lvl'lI I Include I typtM 1 d of wlence
    : 1020 Riversitt( DIIVP Stuart hall In another Insttw L. FULFORD

    --I ben el'rted vlee-president of turning a lIablll.y Into an awiet ,

    I the lunlor class of Georgia Greyhound Lines Put on 30 New the engineers are meriting on a cRaf &lafaItt'YING

    TENDER DRESSED HENS FRYERS I Srhdul/ ol Tpfliiiolony substance "
    project to get tannin-a : SELLING III'\ I 1I'HOI'EITY 1\'

    r FRESH YARD EGGS II I -CHURCH- --- I Buses For Service in Florida i iI used In malting leather MA\Acr\irM. I

    I I 11 cm cowhide-from the bark ofFlorida
    Newnam Building
    COMPLETE: LINE "ALL MASH' fEED f scrub oaks.
    4r.1 DIRECTORY I Jacksonville, Mu 16 Dt'lively Osceoh and FlflRler\ Aves Opp FFc Osit,
    i OVER MILLION I The\'II also have a local Stuart, Florida
    CFT THE BEST- FORGET THE REST" ul 30 new'. completely.Hcnn-
    I mark for cattle hides A new
    FIRST BAPTIST dltlonn bU,1I, for service over i -

    nil "315 1111,"krnn 5" >Avenue u".I.I.1 1 r..,... the Floilda Greyhound system CANE Florida industry In large tanneries -
    the unl
    InndmI I is foreseen by -
    I u m" s\lI,"tv g hnolM was announced heir today by

    1 164 FLAGLER AVE. PHONE: 311 1 I.'.', u m.. IS' ,I',,'n'na I''' "",.illp. P. 0 Howe prtttlcent of the I \'lsly l engineering and Inditstiinl -
    :::, :: ,; ;, Wnrnhli I which
    u t IHdnn l ; RECORDi experiment station MARINE STORAC
    .,., mm"11'nnl' m the- .1111.... company The new buses ar-the. /GLADES
    ...-. .- .n""',. r.". eh.. ...r.. "f rhildien ,liirlntriRIT needs only additional funds now
    list of l it* type to I be clrlixereJMnce

    W.dn..d.yn-;. ;t : 1IIld..iI ....,H r.rvtca I' production was! stoppeddue i I to carry out a sample factortt.nnry \' FEET STORAGE SPACE
    I j Grinding Season In 7,500
    Cash For Your Car I operation
    Highest BAPTIST to conv?wlon to the make I

    ;'I.r 1 >l'R C Silrrnc 11 NAKED: P..,... /Ins of tanks and self-pi'opt'lied I 1 History Clewiston End at I The university research nglnecrt -

    WON'T TAKE FIVE MINUTESWe !srd"TB' : ,, sd.v .hool.. *' a puns by the manufacturer i I I explain that chestnut HAULING AND REPAIRS

    M. ( wor.li IPf Many of the radical changes: In : nation,
    I II I ".r m. nnr Ma16 FNSllErnkiiR wood to now the
    which ,.,, .. CIf'witol1.: up
    can pay you the O P. A limit for your car : "" '" > ,< i,1.* n..oIn. the
    nn ,p. n, I t.n, 11)11), j-...rj I IW4nMliv ,,'. automotive power ale 1'1'lull existing record chief domestic source of tannin
    is a* much at you CAD get anywhere and of wartime imeatch and i every WELDING, MACHINE WORK
    : .''n' ,I' m. "Mld.w.I" priirvr mralrg in Everglades' history and establishing has all but disappeared becausi
    STAY WITHIN THE LAW expsrlenee

    TUB CHURCH P.rl, 6..11 OF CODS With the motor placed on iU I a new world record for of a plant dlseat that is cl,sro '

    SUNRISE MOTOR CO. I "t'hnrh, !I.F.h.o.l K. W.III.m.I In l .A.. H M.. ior ride beneath and In the very omou'it of cane giotind by a single ; >'ing American chestnut tr ." BO TAM,

    ,., ..'rlnrllUt center of the bus the low center '' JACKSON'S
    Mnuh W '" hll' II tandem mill the 1945-43 Foi the tests the Florida state
    311.25 South Dixie I ,, ,, .. MachlOe
    nndu :\h' .NUI''I.It oi' pravlty provides greater rid 'I' g.rn
    I nan released I IP750
    harvest of 1.020.000 grow board 01
    Fort Pierce Fla Telephone 190 VOlt. ,
    Nuhl' : U Inn comfort than a large auto
    ST. JOIIEPH'S CATHOLIC tons of cane ended! today as the ? and the state hope th.,1,t toutness
    : 71' C..I.d. Awn,. mobll' The driver In afforded I PHONE 156W3 JENSEN BE
    I .l. Clt.AK1. r-IM at IlItl'rcst.8'hlch lull 1 1pn
    IIF.T. of th load cine last freight car was dumped
    M..... WI,, ,,' r ..5',,,I I., k 'nd II I
    ''n. to th "bomber type ndshielcl! I the sugar house of the United' lit from th- project will I'on-i itimuti _
    : : 11 NI,5.db;,,., I 1, "III, n' lOr: rreh. month m. ..aa ..m. The air conditioning plant works States Sugar Corp. t the remainder of an e-'t-t tnmed = OClO .ooor:::=====OClOC: :
    ? 1 Repair and Fix Up! I It".I '$"mm.S .t. ,..h..I"I.,10"\ ,, oil the main motor.ith tnt air total of $20.000 nrf'e11!" or ::::::
    ,. whistles tOj'-1
    With blovt'ng
    : s "" II u. n' ..
    .. --
    f 1\.1 I" ::30 m.e,1 intake atop theft on. of the bus
    I .
    } N.nnrhy 4 ,Iu a e. m. 1111(1M. train tracks exploit' '
    "" pcdoes on
    ..., ... : ,n. ,.. .n.- "" II. ",. All flows from the front of the FOUR VETERANS Ba
    i -I. -; :. Materials Arc Still Very : ....., ..' ,1".1'" '.. '.1."" ',,10 .".1.1I" bus through the refrigeration Jog the 49.I90th car from South FILE DISCHARGESMr Victory
    n wST '
    \ < Scarce But We. Will Be Glad unit IN circulated through the Bay Plantation was dumped at

    ,:_; \: : T. H"Ip You Out With What, .1.. ... MARY"'I'S'EPHCOPAL'"C; Iron. bv.lulv CHURCH, .,.,. sides and roof of the Interior, the Migir house before a relobittliiH i E Lorraine II'C'I..111 1 i
    1 t h, \I.d".. In. rll, .In ..1..1 u1Muss' assuring change of air every drain bu.'iid cleik Ippol'trd JI1'1I t 'i icrvle OPEN DAILY
    .. with a niidiPiiie of than
    .1..1 'I'h uIu mars
    Miterinls WeHave On
    o '

    I.. '71 j ". 1t )f//\;, Hand. ,"1l nl.' ,.I.U.uol," ,,,,.r'L..I .d.. "n,,,Nod'h .,,.I"..,....,.II'O'I..HI,..,,!,, ..W.1, o.. 48 seconds Is!without controlled draft.from Temperature a- 300 p icons as the 193-day season I charge' pap Vf'ternnsho'rs at her office filed clui UI".- jj FROM 9:00: A. M. TO 12 MIDNIGHT
    '" .. Irnlrr. S.rb
    ..-1: : :: lrn, .v "St..h..n' Eu.: ,,1",. s,r,I... came to a close the last week They are:
    -Y ASK US-WE'LL DO OUR I ,?'.II. us I'," :I...St n,I.,., nd.ntln to, .t1. panel at the driver* lfl Bag- log SUNDAYS 5:00: P M, to 12 MIDNIGHTPACKAGE

    .'. '" '. "' BEST! ',,,", "0.1.In.., "u'.,.. nt iau A.M.. ,,?, 11 RaRe space Is provided beneath Follow,' tradit!on. hats were Army white Robert A. Ciclw -
    ? I M inch seat so passengers can keep grabble! from nearby. heads! !and :II. colored James' M Fore!

    PISCOPAI. 5FRVICH Navy. white. Jack M Haitn.. GOODSMARINE
    r IhMi with them
    eau W.... 'I Ih.rd ,....., baggage los.su! Int> the cine ronvejoi '"
    CasaLumberCo. SI. The Greyhound .,vst m. cf liti.fiUitf rphnin F.101' -
    :.III.A.. First in weir those of Clarence
    \' II M IhMllN Kol cl ., ... Cnm..nl which Florida cyhouncl Linn
    I 'U "' R. l1iainv. President of th'
    .I1, u on. "IliVrk Rrhnnl.I l.II l. I II: now a. part i is planning to ROOMBADANCING
    I Is'". 0 .Fern.; 1I..n.oI .114 "n".h United States Sugar Corp.. and
    5'd.v,, .I M..I". ", ti.rm..I mud. 11.10' spend millions of dollars to make
    IMIONF6GTOMMY'S/ : :: ",:. at Josiah Fcn's. .11'| public rotations I
    bus travel luxury experience QUOTES
    .,, director whose hats wen
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    ....- I SAINTSw.t.l.nd mull cost according to Mr. snatched by Frank Rodiquez. NIGHTLY TO 12:00: P M

    _. ._ --I Tar) ,d ,,..I.v In 1II"'h' Hnwt Many of the plans are OF THE WEEK
    assistant of the I Ihoulp.
    urd I/nIY C'.m.
    11 ?" r no ?' rnnn NO.1 MIXED DRINKS
    ,, still trade. secret but officials
    "" sugar .
    'a BARff -- air :nthuilastla about streamlined I I I o
    FIRST METHODIST The 11:1world's
    I IT W..t ",", Dod .,..... coaches of revolutionary grinding record 'They'r delicti'*.lentitive,andoh

    .R.v.. Wllorja, .,.,, Aldrdi.. Pulse design new terminals deluxe :' fui a single tandem mill ..as >o pale.-crtlprnn) Rj'

    : Invites You n I", ,I'. .> I"SI' "t I'hll.h., Wn.h.I,. 1r, wayside Inns and lestaurnntsIntricomniunicutli established by the sugar house. .Sin' ,', dotl'il'largar,1/ ; f// jj fi i Victory Dining Roo!

    : :j ::' Nn; :'' .. .: '.I largest In the nation with the ma' 111 ande
    S : ::::: .:: :h.nn., n systems '
    ; w.u I lb. Yalu,, ..I I'.p., ',. UindinK ol 677/ .601 net tons ol II II OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAYSUSED
    I and even il'epi' 't & rvi un lOll,.
    f I i t ualnn cane during the season Grinding -
    II'" I M. IIn"f'" \ .....". Ilvn,, hauls. I DOOC OCOC OOOF-OOO
    I : >'''''." 1'. '< !"" ."..1 ,,, I.' I i will) continue. for the next "I wn In the Nary 2' month .
    Oirvhtiind I is pinning\ to -and was mad every minute of
    lhl" .
    '.Stvr-,' :$ $! 15 DIFFERENT FIRST PRESBYTERIANIn i 'r; ( i nd) s.'fl 4f n ono lin i I'\' UK next ( days when linn) production il." (That. J..166.UI miniito.
    111. Wom.ii Club llgur will become available
    : Pit ( H Mil I. |. > /V M, SCOTCHES Sttvlte it It orlotk Rev P. I :I tre':1 In t 1't.'lltltiNnell: :' buse\ ie the sason. which! aluidv Is. apu/m/ to(I gap r hoe I d."Will .
    subhtitiiU- fur known to be a recordbreakingone
    N. Campbell will :
    ',: "?IIL t ) :>41.1' ,> fl IIUNKLE :', CAR
    r, Di Charles Carrie I : .

    tf'.j. AND EVERY BONDED BIBLE UNION p.lm RECATIONAL Goy I,: IIIIllillIIIIIIIIIPIIL! ( !1111 II! II III Imm'I !I present for sugar-shoit hal vest has nation produced the caving your exchange home medal, for earned unfsir.ni.hedapartment"Id .

    1.1 It'I III'1\, : I. PICK I 1 IItc' I 1'.1". ,, .
    $ It < enough sugar :M provide everyman 'hn" 'le
    DOURBONEnjoy I ,'. ., ,, NO RED TAPE '
    ; n.lr -hunt.
    l NO DELA'
    moo >
    11"x0" M.,,, ,lInK I, NV,.,,-AIV. I: -HANK, :"SEVtU ; woman and child In the lets i'tie' ran tutl( n't and liuof,
    .1..J. I 'It Culd"'n',,,, Mith.
    w; PRESBYTERIAN COMMUNITY 1 United States with one months BOUGHT AND SOLD
    RF.V. 1''M: :. Pu'O I President Bitting cejnsiululated
    o. The one question
    One ., Harry T. Vaughn 'kepi :
    of Tommy's II su ,. n,. M"rnll'. u ,.10""? I -fHent WASN'T'SO .. \ mark in the Tttrrans housing
    esldent Jn charge of the :
    SCIENCE SOCIETY OF i MANY programDsugfa/ V'I ttloek! ,
    STUART UADrr Clewiston facilities and C. A. i chairman of Productrt Council,/. CASH PRICESFOR
    Famous Mixed
    E> l Fourth' Street HUSBAND&iSprakinii
    Drinks II n. m. t hun'h ,,,,,'1.... Martinez. superintendent of the
    F : sugar house "on one of tho finest -

    I 'h ..ol.r.l. ..r.I A-U II.: (.,..t'INCk...',.., 'I'll'.'''4'' ,..t'l' i.l,I. or.:; performances o* men ana I I "I would rather take my chancn YOUR USED CAR
    n.II, ,,.. nnul I" 'h".h ."r ,'hd,1, ., Y .r..I". n machinery ever witnessed heeor with free competition than withbureaacralle
    -- -- ,., ..' hi d...,
    70CIOCo Ih"h" n" n also. Since the
    IC:===:: OGOI :=:::::I0C20 OClO management"Rep See Ruts
    h"I'1 I"nold.n. T.." I.' IIo.forlnt. start of the harvest last October I fruit Carlson, of Kansas. Wiley atWiley's
    ,, .... .. ,, .
    man .ft 'IS.ftw S: yin
    ; ''h'I s.h ". hate km..r, lilt I ,1.. .10. the sugar house has )been operating -
    Ii Iip fl. .1",. ,'I'S.' hr".r."h kc",,, .. hIlI, w 24 hours
    4 Service n ( per day seven cla>'s
    I Day .... m",. clI 1'15.. t.H.'.
    Motor Cc
    Ionr, t5..lt.I.t.. .hl.h .10".1. per week. and all of >ou have I "Let them che.. It works off ,
    ,. ... .. .. ,, ,, dl.
    I II I I." K rni" I. Ih' f II wl I u fr n met that endurance t lest brll a lot of .rl7-Dr. George
    G ,
    ''h 11,1.1.I Col kill' mII l t".idnl
    ON FLAT WORK D ,,, I ,,,nl I thl",t>. th.". ". .t-rlnr hm. hrI liantlyApproximately," Crane, Chicago, recommending
    i I. 1.,1, I ..r hm....,", n"il .0".I h. .lu. II...th I stick of gum for each.cllool dilel.I Telephone 291 Stual'''
    p 0 5'.5.," ,".m''.... m.," .Uh hoI., Nn.Fe. C. 111 30000 acre of

    9 I'h".h, .orMp.tl h. .1rd.d w"h.. .. ?min',,>..hl.. ...h.nd....,,.",...' ,h.e n. cane were cut and handled with I
    ,, ol mothers-in Uw than 400
    I 5I.th I. oil IIr. uu.I .n,1' u".1 I all more freight car loads
    ''hili", '" 'A'"I. Li U.l.\' Cite IIIMsroPllf: IIKTttr: / I. '
    I 1S.1 L.+.nn.Rnrmnl.. "I... h" 1".1.". tlo, ,,01 cane mo'lngn dally from
    "lIu.\I./ p...... .. I..s" !SHOP i is taking/ this time sill the company's twelve plantations -
    $5.1,'.n.Ialh.uh.. 'dl.. n.. md, H'uchkS '
    Is space| tn ompliment th.'olh..r: extending some 50 milts!
    t1 Ir'tItui
    hit In MNryHnke
    3 Day Service iiD Eddy.: .. 'The .,.h'I"'H' I nn.,. "., ol stiijit may "their" daybe 'through the Everglades Calling Stuart.
    0 ii ..,o..."c.i unl 1.dlliuullly I "'" r.n.,.
    lIu", ..r n..d.I Th., ,r.. .10.. .,", .'lug.oI ,, a happy one. and may the Following the closing oi the .
    ,. ., ... .
    Illm "h I fiiiiiiHiiiiiimiimiHi T1ath.' .nd' Lo' Immediate dot to fnlluw find
    sugar house emploY along
    o ON WET WASIPEOPLE'SLAUNDRY/ ImnuLI mum I I. n.a' unA' "" "'
    "' "... ro"l, I"" 0""'" ,., ,'"", ."oJ ".,. their lured ours again by their with those of the transportation
    ..... .
    q 99u 11.1-' I
    'Ids.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIGIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIhill division will receive a weks Calling Stuart.

    (' SCIENCE,H IIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIMRISTItN ', vacation after which all equipment .

    CHRISTOPHER UfORK W PAT will be overhauled during
    RADIO rnOGR/\\IS: *" I MT H VK the months and
    g gI placedin
    t I p condi ion for the beginning
    WPDQ, Jachsonvllle Saturday
    of the new harvest next Calling Stuart.
    12:45 p.m. n bei Ol'to'l .

    n Stuart Fla. W O. B S..- 710-Sunday. 8:45 -. -- --- -- u .- -- ----- .
    I 0 u. m. I -I
    "154 Flagler Ave. Phone 287 WDBO Orlando! Mondays,

    1 1Ot3O. ._=_:.==.OCOOc70OOO 0 I 8:15: a I .m. "" (Aclv I .tHiiiMimmiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiii t BARN DANCEEVERY There's A New Voice on the Air!

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    tl WATCH lirl'AIIf1KU]!: ; OF CEREMONIES
    1400 ON

    liI, 1 3551t', CLEMATIS ",'., 'u'IAN" ''' ... OPTOMETRISTS WATERPROOFING
    1 ''LhMA'flR/ x11.0 OLIYR LOG CABIN
    Seventeen Hours Daily> of the finest 'local' and national prorattt.community ; -
    i\\ I service
    to Martin. St. Lucie and Indian River Counties.

    Bowl B 0 B' SI Stuart, FU, |
    The Spaghetti
    t I 8 P M till l?
    N I
    I I ; liON Phon.LIULA 4IaI MHn." SAFE' & LOCK WORKS I Adrnitiion CoupleOn I STAY TUNED TO 1400 k c

    STEAKS (HOPS -CHICKEN :202! First St. -:- Phone 7890I I.

    I I t SEAFOOD I We repair Anything The Air Over WIRA Every Tuesday, Thursdayand I MUTUAL NETWORK _
    If! II, 0101. II"""y.. Wnt ralrn n..h
    I' Saturday 6145: p.m. I
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    - THE S TV;
    a ART NEWS STl'ART. Martin County FLORIDA THURSDAY MAV 18, 1948 PAGE: NINE! !
    week as a "flowing well, the
    ''I': '5 fiRST WELL most Important news ol Its kind good shape for fresh. water fish- years of faithful service to our 'eived to a large I 1 crowd' Tuesday for New Jersey for the

    11. G OIL COUNTY to come from the State. I FISHINGIN IIIK[ it present. children and school. Mrs. Mer- 1 Georne Mired Jacob. left I I ".
    IER It U Oulf Coast Properties No addition to sailfuthlng out- ___ _.. h ______ (
    rill was also presented with a ,
    I'"':-; .1 Flor- 6 well at Sunnlland, In Collier I smite. plenty of amber' atk, dol- '
    beautiful electric broiler! I I ,\
    ,,''u'ri this County, drilled by the Humble THE FAMOUS I'h' i "nd bitntos :ar reported for I summerFACTS I
    faithful PTA.lurk A beautiful

    St. Lucie ; bIrthday cake with candles, wa ,I f" ,:' ;
    - Region
    -- ; IIIIIIminim in 11111111111I11 1111I1111I11I 111111 given to Mrs W L Mnrlll u,,
    RoryIC! .
    It THE lava a i surprise R<'IK MUiiuil.s ul ,

    Son's' Snack and Beach ShopEAN'S --SPORTSMAN---U A GUARDIAN or NAIUAU--aE50tlOlU--.-._-- : SALERNO NEWSBy sandwiches and punch w n d It is an interesting .. )'t,
    'ir j
    I Chief Walter W Stephen ol fact that both candi- "

    I MISSING Ann ton, Ala secretary of the !MRS O D. QIIGLEV: / dates for Supreme .J

    EDGE JENSEN BEACH ISSUES ,I Southeaitc rn Fire Chiefs As- I Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll | R. U. AWARE ? 4 i Court have resided for

    I soclation! caught and released a j i The Home Demonstration v many years in Dade I
    DRINKS BATHHOUSES OF MAGAZINESWANTED I sailfnh Saturday from O C. Club met at the church Monday County. 1
    |uCHs, afternoon at 2:30 Mrs
    \\tilt tears cruiser Oulf Stream" : Oeorge .
    '01 : Chief Stephen attended the Oborn. presided After a short The Miami Herald -1

    [LN IMII/ V J II I :00 A M. TO 11 00 P. M AT H. S. lire chiefs convention at MiamI. business meeting Miss Ethel supported editorially, II
    gave an interestingtalk
    aid made plans to get In some the candidacy of the
    - on Home Demonstrationwork 4 I kIt
    I St Lucle :
    saJfishing oo his way
    - I flit nigh ,'hue! library Is try- home "I had one of the threeredletter In the United States Miss opponent of Judge '
    Lucll" In.scoe led the discussion. Barns
    oool HIe: to tomplrie uif.s of certain .. : fishing days' In my
    bit. he told the New.'hen he also gave a demonstration on 1 a
    popular magazines The Ne.'sha. left here I peanuts and peanut butter uses THE RESULT IN THE FIRST PRIMARY ;
    proudly wearing a
    : l published. two lists: of missing Stuart Present were Mrs. S, D Bcver, F _,_ AUSTRALIAN DUCK-
    Sailfish Club release button BILLED PIATVPUS HA aA5(501a
    FOR SALE.a l issues and local people have I "and I hope to send a num- I Mrs. C. C Jacobs, Mrs E, A MOPW WITHOUT TttTH- ITS TtET For Judge Barns 22,670
    supplied I ber Baldwin, Mrs, O D Quigley, Miss Apt WtBOtD AND IT MA A COCKUKE
    qult number of
    a the of people from Annlston SPUR ON tACH HIND FOOT "
    I i Halloway and Miss Iiv For his opponent 14,516
    i >coe
    0 wanted publications. This is the down here for the fishing! The TMT ftfrvrt'S LAYS fsa\
    /Axwef ir sucmtsxt eWA'OQV
    1560 ACRES list. of the list released! by the button by the \\'ay'as designed | Miss Rossle Moore of Stuart Mftfr rtnir/J OIJCNl07MR XN.Ni Judge Barns' majority in Dade e t
    by O \\'hltcar.! TAepQPLS oT/u #esw Ssse
    I gave an Interesting talk at i
    libiarlan ails Pearl O'Neal. As I' County 8,154
    Blueflshlng/ showed a remark B Y P U. Christian Assemblychurch
    ,\MII AND I FARM LAND the school book shelves are the able pickup for early May with Sunday evening at 8. BfUNtltS is interested In the Thu majority was given by the people of Dade j

    only) I place In the county where. bo'tomflshermfn reporting fine using as her subject "Christ health and "plI.bellflf/ every County who know Judge Barns' fine record duringhis 1

    |I such. files are being preserved It catches' Friday. Saturday and Above All on the Sabbath Day", Stuart tltl/en Visit. uur mull 20 of service in the Circuit Court
    Per Acre 2A 2 years
    $4.50 I is a matter of personal inter- Sunday Catches of 20 to 30 per which was enjoyed by a large cine department fur medicines
    116en boa: were reported from the and our fountain for healthful' '
    eat to local residents to assistin
    Cross( Channel on cut mullet crowd. drinks and sandwiches.Bruner's'' .
    REAL BUY this! project Here are Issues Dr Talmadge Wilson and Mrs. Mr, and Mrs Samuel Pcsln Elect Paul D. Barns

    still. wanted'TIME Wilson! picked up 8 on cut baitat left Saturday for two weeks In '
    E the cross channel New York City
    o;: : WJAZLNE;E Snook are reported Sunday.fairly \fis W M Marr returned Justice of Supreme Court (Group 2))

    0. DEHON AND SONREAL 1936 Jan.. Feb. Mar. April plentiful In the upper river, and I home after two weeks In Lake I "Our Aim Is To Please" ,, ,. .. ,,. .. ,,. .
    j 6, 13. 20 June 1$. 22 29. July have ben str!king on recent Allred with her daughter, Mrs. .bi \01 I 1' "If. I. "" r 1',1 d "Ili"

    6. 13. 20. August 3. 10, 17. 31 moonlight nights 'T. O Johnson and Mr. Johnson. I --AI
    S. 5, Personally speaking, my fish- =-=-.=::=-.:::..:..- =-=::--=::.-=---- --- ,
    ESTATEINSURANCE pt", Oct. 12. -====o o o=o -g g==== .u ODOGOi '
    ing for the past week was limit- Mr. and Mrs. S, E. Lane of V-n
    1937, May 24 September 13.
    ed to a cane pole bream fishing Palm City spent Mother Day
    |RT FLA, PHONE 81 0 1939, Jan 23. April 3. June 5. npt'1tion1th! my son up the I here as the guest of Mrs Lane's

    D 112, 19. July 17. 24 Sept. 4. 11. South; Fork, where we caught mother, Mrs, Martha Whittle. i1rnbuntion t6 ft$

    Q 25 October 9. tno big blue bream and about
    2S o=. oc. ====o Mi: and Mrs Eddl Cooley and
    14 fresh
    water cats via the canepo'e
    -- 1940 Match 25. April 22. Dec. >on Edward returned home after -
    linen thread and cork I.
    r 123. I, six weeks In Danville 111.
    1943! August Sept. October: I route. with Mr. Cooley parents ja .ilEUS.7'..l/KF.lY Sl/CC.ff.ffD/ a
    Iljacmths: still block much ot .
    Nov.. 1 1. Dec 13 20. 27. 12
    S njoy The FinestCOCKTAILS 1944 Jan 3, 24 31. Feb.. March I the finest fishing water above I :Mr and Mrs John D Stevenson -
    Treasure: Island-and memories and daughter, Kathleen, left
    April. Mav June July 3. 10. 17 Achievement
    Oct. 23. 30. Nov.. IXC ci the old days when we never Tuesday on the Champion for H Graduation is an 2
    1945 Jan. Feb. March, April us:d to start to fish the stream New\ York City to spend the I !
    \ ODS May. June August 13 20 28. below LoY's Landing kept crowding rummer During their stay they
    LIFE I in on me I personally think ;plan to visit Mr Stevenson

    ; 1341 Jan Issues Feb. Issues ,one ft the finest campaigns br ether, who is a government official ::2 Worthy of Special Recognition
    w'!nth could be
    March 10. 24. April Issue. May I 1 in In Boston, Mass. Duringthe
    AT THE 19 June 16. July 7, 21. Sept. 8, Florida! would be te. exterminate Intel season Mr Stevensonwas
    I Oct. 2" Ctoi 17. 24, Dec. 1. 8. tie' water hyacinth root and I employed! by "Stuart's Biggest : \\liat\ fllll'a" ,\ 111'xpl.t''silljl'' your i pleasure and confidence in D Qthe CI

    i I 1942, Jan. 5. 19 Feb. 16 April bran"b." L ale' Electric:: Shop", owned I jounjr KiMcluuU tli in nit i1 H liti-loiiK Kill of Jewelry; \\'t' have all OIii
    D. L. imams reported a good and operated by Charles Andrew -
    127 June issues except June 1
    J lue Goose July 13. August 3. 10 24. 31 catch of six nice bass up the Christopher Before com Iii excellent selection of (}uulil\' Jewelry Gifts: of appeal' to young! mtn
    So: :t'h Fork t to Stuart,
    both ing Mr
    recently on Stevensonspent '
    21 5. Nov 2, I
    Srpt 14 28 Oct: Io and women from which I III tlioost' >'olll'lift.
    surface and underwater lures (four
    ,9 Die 7 28. years as radar specialist -
    i !MILES NORTH OF STUART | 1943, Jan. 11. 19 March: 1. 29, I: North. Fork ant Winters anal with the Army Air Forces!
    April 12 26 May 3. 17. 24. Bakeslee: Creekshould, b' *n Board in Orlando doing research p
    tiring I .. walk with M. I. T, C. & E. WALKER :
    in "Chicken in the Basket" and Delicious June issues. July 12. 26 3J'1 --- -- ----I Next winter they plan of to Boston.return i
    : Issues Sept Issues. October issues
    Western Steaks I
    I D:c. 20. FRANK HALEROOFING and complete. their homo In Salerno :

    I 1944. Jan.. Feb.. Mar.. :2 JEWELERS
    APril'1 .
    Package Store Grill f: May June issues all & The PTA held Its last meetIng -
    1943 April 30 May 7. 14, 21 for the school year Friday 0

    28, June t._ 11. 18. 25. I IUR. of all kinds and night at 8:00.: Mrs W D. Blan- I I I OS'I'O\; ) \ E; I'I'; :-ITL\HT D

    \1'II' I --- -- I 'on president, presided! After a o=oocOt=O= ..0=0- :..0G0000: l
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    7tlTMNN: TO Srt\K Roof Repairing .short business meeting Miss
    10 'JIS8\.TI.RI.\.S; !SUNDAY i Crop y Conally .supervisor gavea

    404 Colorado Ave., Stuart very Interesting talk on Girl
    ix-Room COUNTY
    House TO
    Dr. Parley Zartmann of Fort Phone 9141 or Leave Scouts". The PT.A presented
    Puree "who filled the PresbyterIan -1 Mrs Kindred with an electric

    I pulpit last Sunday in the abI I Message table: lamp In recognition of 14 COMMISSIONER DIST. 4
    Two Baths seme of the pastor Dr. Chares: _
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    Can id will speak again at the

    and 11 u. in service Sunday.
    Waterfront PropertiesAlong 'a

    Oil and Refining Co It was the Indian solid St. Lucie rivers, and hobo bound

    I bioiijit;: in Apnl 23 at a depth Ocean Frontage
    WITH 01 11.578 feet
    Since then It has undergonedrill It it time that all voters of this district wake up .
    I II III Upstairs stem tests" and Initial "
    Apartment as "wsec.
    > to the fact that in casting your vote on May 28 you
    duction t:sts. and with a 5 32

    r '|,ge cf 7S.(feet on two streets (one frontage on Inch choke. flowed at the rate ..s.I o rRtyaR ; j will be selecting
    p. I opposite Chisholm) and depth of 121 feet. of 225 barrels a day with tubing ,
    pressure of 350 pounds, the oil Zof
    $12500( company Tampa headquarter .
    n ported < YourServant Or Employee t

    W. The well produces a gas-oil s
    TILTON ratio of 76 cubic feet of gas to '3
    I one barrel of oil or approximately .a. To Carry On The BusinessOf ;
    HEAL ESTATE BROKER 15000 cubic feet of gas

    daily It U Florida's first How !
    01 Cldg. tw.
    Phone 161 log well. +, I Ii
    / Your County rLi aI

    ) I I I hove served you through the depression; days down I. the present

    I i lime, and have now secured the equipment to give you better service on
    JEWELJI I improvement of county roads and bridge. aho rural fire protection "
    I have worked for these things for years, and now that they are about r .
    I to be of real service to you 1 would like to have the pleasure of carrying ),
    LUEJ ,!I I out this constructive program
    / .t t tI .tI .
    i I t

    Delight The Young Graduate Wifh A Gift II :o STRAIGHTFORWARD SERVICE I HAVE RENDERED YOU. i

    I f

    7 (PL) J Jewel Waterproof $19.50 I II ?7.v

    I opponent says it is time for a change. That is for you voters I

    COSTUME BRACELETS $1.50 up to decide. You are doing the hiring-and you should hire a public
    I servant as you would for your own personal self.


    Genuine Cloister Craft Billfold $4.50 I Listings of Improved and Unimproved Properties TO EXPERIMENT. ,J''

    Watch Repairing and }FngraxingOne ; I Throughout Martin County s:" I will appreciate your support for reelection in the 2nd Primaryon I I c

    Week' Sen'ice-One Year'lIGuarantee ACRE.GE1 1R.NCRES 28. ;
    Tuesday, May I M'in
    J '
    Scwalli Point ltiver-to-tuver Properties il/ I
    I Jupiter Island Ocean-to-Sound Estate Situ .

    DART SHOP :t C. ,B. ARBOGAST R. L. (Dad) WALL I, .

    II J iw ,:E

    rERSON BUILDING STUART I l! Real EWATERFRONT PBOrERTICS Insurance (Paid "lIlh..1 AaverCI.. .m.ntl I I 1 1.J 1.JI1"r mlI


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    ) -ave: been released to the State | the Fed.advLs T

    HERE ARE RULES ON ;mol".J] I l 1 1I ".l 'din V s 11111111\! SALERNO VISITOR Board Dr Edwards said follow- ; :.
    i } : NEWS ITEMS OF Federal Land Bank Owned By TAKEN BY DEATH ,
    SUMMER SCHOOLSThe 'i'inn Is lot the' bdilit, of man m: receipt of a tele ram fromff the tram

    , ,\h.., at this time of the year ': Harris 63 :cr, -- -- --
    Florida Sihool Bulletin are lonxldrrlnir sprctal COUIM- I Farmers Now Says SedgwickTh C.Apt. Clan** vaster: ,
    t ,. STUART SCHOOL :.t> post 13 ju a winter
    I 1 has i wniri th1' i 1.1 11 I. ">11'! '! lnit-, during the vacation months: : 4; Sfeerao; cUed at his hocSeoiide -.' .1:

    Sumnici school work ran be i fl. 1. Satufuneral ".1.1', | VENETI
    recopied only 11'oiii summer sck' < F<'di, :... 3-l.Tif- Baal ;.: '- u'W-i-.' ':., J w .d .endlflt jnrtce Fart were held T .r--

    ions which are recognized i by The laM t six wee ks twits; in the Columbia if not em.uag/ 'i... i jy 'J.u. :imers mciBtjimt aftttnoBB Tom R,',
    lI- county authorities, which are', Stuart school will begin Mav 20 ed b>' the Itrmer artttertas II[ am! t stall d members of the and run through May 22. Senior |
    rrgulu the W national Ian* IIIIa y. .:a...dt mat. III uuLwetlyay awneda lie U sarrtttd by a cUunrt er
    School) IH 'ult and which examinations Will bl'iin.lInl'lI- ..
    < ::..atnersa. at the credo: of 925 :\ .1'lIaDI&
    .,, "'U'UIT ---.--. -- day, May 22 and end Friday May nouauone and a ltmaa ...,.,r and the Mrs C. E. Taebopp
    tKuiXMt: fit the feaak West Palm Bach adaughter.
    n ,,24, Seniors will not be requiredto I of direct' tarrownv in ttw Tatar Aw. HOME FURNISHING
    "ISCEIl .-:: >r'i.oe. HUT Balls nf Bn: .
    r ROTARY CLUB attend school the week of I Farm Credit OMtan.to ...eq I ..m. '1Ni.ae HoIf.......... lased and by hU wU
    S 1.
    ,yI \! ; Ma27 to 31 Examinations for a KUtRmrotek ntlsd tilt I ,
    STUART No. 3202 I The lent bas Oaoef moo caused by thri'C;
    '.". Mims W.d..d.y lotto all other students will be vixen .. Death wa McMillan Co
    : LHIRHOI.M'3 I (RILL Iraat Julian 3B.auvn ...... tba, l8&AIB to coach: 1ti :' a'taC.1t. ,
    "'a ( I Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday Praudtaii aJ iJ>eH trIIIIIIL
    DR CIIARLE.S CAItIlI&L )!r aaB :Mane: JUK* U saa oqanft.t'I.IC -
    I 1"", iallre '. ,....:... HENRY 1',1.'CAI\RI.,\ ". May 27 to 29 Students! will W gedgwact: t tim5w}- tea'C! 0 Farm mort- STATE ACQUIRES TWO 610 ORANGE AVE. FORT PIERCE
    ; 'lit' not be required to attend school of t.Dt're, BBadI .
    = I :II'r Slaolalal 1 gas rt. itairf Q "Jae boot approxi* ARMY ESTABLISHMENTS PHONE 699
    o In on Thursday May 30 and busses Farm LuuailnaJ AsaooltYSo :>tC -naCtfoWiMt. at: this time HOSPITALS
    I will not run All busses will runme FOR TB
    payment of agPv svvli.r OILS "erjaxjauntt. ban. ktn a:
    n"nlalI Palm Beach I hour later than scheduled ".OOO.\.JII' oJ the 0m'ttIE'J1t -.. '"I i. ''iful rut daunt tfce lax3geP Ora-do! May 16 FN:: D: O'Clo[ oaoc=:aoClO-
    j Friday and will return pupils to :: was mMt es -jtr.. fan mifi move than !nat W T Edwards of Jacit- ..:.

    Country Club their homes In time for lunch 1." SpcmTjr-tlr -aiw ft 1Ir '' M ui It bMOfd.The ctmnrun of the State Beard 'I f fTuberenlotte I 2

    I Inf"rmal Eedgwtok UJdCO"C'I'IImt'DI ...,..'':JtL D-paTawn* panty. o( the Control. anreme.d< Theo LIGHTHOU:
    Fur GREEN FEES I The Band will (go to Wen: ? wride J.miIiarI. m'JItIIUZK''f: korrawn *o ;last week that two Arm ::10.-

    Real Estate' Insurance Weekends, $2 Palm Brach Friday, May 17 10 Capital tLJ mate JiaJ1lUl1Clt) GI1 them: pitaV:. valued at one :n.ihrln;;

    Weekdays, $1.50 I participate in an American n initifil rapa ai OIl ,..' :ML_... *n4 pay them in tan be> dohars; had been turned "s '

    Write or See Seasonal Membership Legion parade The Stuart Band Federal Land Bask: aJ ,1Ss0r C 't in- :auturity: vtkidi ha en- to the Mat without co*'

    Individual M 10; plus taxI : ; has been given the lead or first of T50.000 ...(- prm-Med IT OK .s let man? :m .Mm Mr farms The Drew Held Bo pfi: a'

    JOHN E. TAYLOROsccola iiinl\I x1. plus tax place In the parade honoring' Government when tit tank a' jita* lees at JeK. maebuijtr Tampa and the former Mir:- [J Y a rAl i

    BUc Phone IOU Sandwich and Bar ForIo1! t Ferguson chartered an 1Ia2'Cb" HUTpaid : -boaplaane&! .. SetrtUryT onoi Army Air Fed: ::! H.r., ,, + ArAII

    STt'AIST Service This: capital wsa.. tr+pta$ v- T.<-: Mi. Long FFA mho took'
    boy a* the natiuDa If1m 7eaa i The T -- -- most of the honors in the contest Fort Pierce Florida
    Mouatun pure hn_ faplttr :;., JI ::a-mer-award capI.al oft
    last Saturday in Ckwlstea stoet in a* bull jutf ..T 1KB= > .43Cf XI it shiest lot inwttedtr Phone 7S2

    COMMERCIAL and AERIAL will go I to Fort Lauderdale Friday I I' ali Do--eminent: capital mfg krretrrnea .:. aaatSL jdiek oC M I: > PkderaF FREDERICK L PORTER o t rUART FL

    to compete In the FFA district Dunne The JlfCtf1mJI ..:at ?lLant The otflte L'J insd Foot Specialist [J -- ---- --- -
    PHOTOS contest to be held the OV\'t"JUIIId'' spas :': U L)U lath Kreet V..- Room 204 I %T THE ST, LU IE RIVIlI

    With the PTA boys in Fort invested. m tae cainud slag aVc.: Fonda: and: lend es etc I Sunrise Theatre BUt

    PHOTOGRAPHS WllL HELP YOU MAKE THAT derdale the band in Writ\htt.1 pus! of the bane }.(o eaastblr :II s .n.U.JJ! sad .eriraaq a' ..: I oINvrrEs
    Beach and the various .. YOU TO
    SALE meat Uw tremendtou. atala :4..c :ylas 1e1.2.: Oknl -- ENJfi

    GUARANTEED following each group for 1.u'r: mmtaape end ...- te. S Luat a.::d I.c; :...:: P.::. -
    PROMPT, EFFICIENT SERVICE 1'0 i' doubt be no school Friday. 'LUDt.n. .
    IIaa -
    ing d1U'1Dltha :

    TROPICAL PHOTO SHOP Thin The'sclaj seniors' off;)as have Skip been Day.given This has meat been U2\LBtJlh.1 paving: in I a5 tiiicOtniRro-.. i3 I1C7 Jot ajtFLATFORM-o.7u E.S- tB o i C The of Seafo

    possible and completed FOR RESTAURANT OPEN NOON TO I A.
    I is the
    Next To Western Union second oi two skip daystranV
    Krueger Bldg. merit in full UL May 1. SU?L'IofE COURT .
    I 'd each one having -
    .% _'iationa .tea all 1
    ___ _. '0- ___ I b en (Given in the fall ast4P fu-" Pau D Barf ':: 3L.. Cocktail Lounge
    __ 1 Capital 4"l IVasli .
    h warn JdJ. rice .
    I : !I"11U.cnL. In Tht+ Pat U IC
    JUK HlltrMlN: (:iTS Nearly aJ] dl ite tIaDI
    cJIID- ,' ter:u:: stated .n..., -k trvnaim: R E I .i BAR OPEN 9 A. M. TO 1 ,30 A !M
    UI- ( II \ltC.L; FROM.tVY( ; taJ 01 some e!.00:091 a .aaN D
    -jri: e* j> j L-anda. for the.a tST.T'ulr.: -
    Need A SIGN Quick> Jack M Hartman. Navy cox- by the 85 national lamasBoriaUa&K a.. C B DANCING NIGHTLY
    iL2 :rwrt tateaoa* ic: often mea ( ...lina !. RN. Ih
    i>*'nin who has served two years at Booth CataI.... ,
    pea-et otiuMttimtty to be ; and Boundl
    1Leaps MUSIC BY
    aboard the USS Key. Destroyer South CarnLi.a GfonrJur; snag. s
    -rtr e the peek! .
    >nt* loin. Ue Feel
    KING SIGNS I AU KINDS Escort 348, arrived in Stuart Florida On' a malJ JrmcaauJoo ;irfU." Saran. a veteran ot It <>,., DillY !. Remind -
    Friday having been b ', ilcc PAUL KERSE\\
    discharged (ranch ; .i'ra'r : aaees
    m LJ:* TTi. En w-. h "
    ':l.t Tal. .h a llou e
    at San Pedro Cal He u> the second who" 155411 ,,,',' ( firmlcuuf
    WINDOW SilO-CARDS a _:a' "ueror: in. aerial .uncri : .ever. That' \ur
    TRUCK 6 S .011 uf PustmasUr I and Mrs u mi 1 HJ] i., I ,. ,r.'.,.,C .,
    I -1 u-: ni rate mrpiirTinrr tat tlr.n :; LIRE: I INMRtMl.houlj ; : ANDo
    REAl FS rATE WAI.I. I1 W Ilaiinmn of Rtypmrl1lilvi '; ]) --- ,.. .. c...r TOOT ate ,ib. -. i Kf Pr.puelwnatele u

    "SIGNS THAT SELL" .: l"' 'J -); rutt&s, .l-dno.,-.. I'iCKr.\.... His Melody Play Bo
    Hartman is a graduate u, <-; .
    iu"rt 'Z' .
    Iu..t -,'c bctarvh S.. ..
    Hi-Wnv P, O Box 501 Stuart, Fla. 'toN { Ere CD. and %T \< fWe .
    300 Old Dixie High :school whir he arms anwmbel' .
    ,, '_ -- -
    ; '.I ': .ry.- .y.1.! <: Irje lots: T Call
    of the Tiger( 1 foot bah EVERY FRIDAY SATURDAY AND SI:'
    SKIN ITCH I. stay out Ile the* in a :- It On This Mjitrri .
    o====000gOC0 "- '- 'OCO ;OQO squad and the school band ..: 7.'''l m.sDi3 III- a pars i :NOW DANCING CONTEST
    throughout his hiiih '('hooJyeal's ..
    boot '0_ .... ....... _- =--- ..,_... -:- ..-e. -nit: caeao&r-d r.
    II Following traininLat --,- \. .. :. ,.- ....- ',1C"Jrmr. .flay "'.- r .' I [ ED MAPP A GOOD TIME FCR ALL
    NOTICE TO THE MEMBERSHIP : Balnbrldge, Md and ship .. ; w
    u momS b, rvnu y".nngi Cuaa3t.aRua 'ris: 1b Jlllalpur> ae ..- ,
    lialiilnn! at Norlolk he joined a ,.. .. .. D
    ewe-wan' .
    o OF a Inn.mw r'r 'Y1I1dt! ,ttataxt.r : t:" rKind .IIrwrane' r Paul and His PlayCn
    o0 crew In launching the Keat Kersey
    .Mitfc rtt nmitig &p"-)! ,-'l"ljIm'' : t 3i.a-: -- ,
    2 ST"""' SAILFISH CLUB Orange" Texas Prac'IJraUaJJ o<.!..vow !<**nftmift >+e w.raw .
    : 0ed the oiiftlnal: clew asslstf-U .u .-... ,-....!- 'n'ilat'n.t..:..1-U-LJIli ,;1WttTi tv .amtrior. 'A' : Ph.a. (" P"r..ode: The Air Over WIRA Every Tuesday Ti

    fi commiKsjonini. the ship) at\ MONEY UCIt 6U'IAJOIEdf Svrab> Cou) 1... f- Saturday 6:45 .
    Long Beach, Calif .hats. o The Key chased Jap and Nazi ClQO 'oGoOOGOC:=::::OCO
    attention that case admq wnr ar.w en.May 5ho'.e a the I Iagalat;:. you.Cant -- -
    to -
    (It having com my I subs In the Atlantic, did convoy .
    .rod :I aMnts a.'t, lalidated :.Jror
    D (there is torn misunderstanding a* to the D Do duty to Italy and then went to .: It :f;a aft pgv ected a.pwt
    the Pacific sea in time to take CURASOL PRODUCTS ... '
    lsT-a. .
    o mmnirnn ecu:roaehx. -
    financing of a recent series of advertisements part In the Lejte Invasion The 37 WEST s1OAD.avCLENOALE
    .. CAliILCW* : ;' -w 190R jour sights ay stare ,
    I I in The Stuart News above the signature crew members wear three campaign ...:t auuaL bdmmiara"Yin '
    ribbons and several battle '

    of the Sailfish Club I gladly take stars for participation In major -'ecY I

    d II this these means advertisements of assuring were the not membership financed (from that oo ooa 9 engagements maintain the same standards I LUMBER I II I! S I) E \ I ( OFSPINS.0 F

    regarding clock hours of Instruction IS STILL SCARCE :
    0 Sailfish Club funds, which are used solely that are maintained! in the I

    I I for sport fishing publicity and sport fishing regular session Credit for workin 1 1
    one summer is limited to one- I
    eat We Hare eI
    promotion. The advertisements were financed fourth of a years normal work

    f I o 0 I in secondary schools this is a ROOFING I
    4 D by public subscription, and not from the D 1 CtMEVTB
    0 maximum of one unit or two I .

    treasury of the Sailfish( Club. half-units i unless In exceptional t Buildi.g HanI.Pa.i.t

    cases! In the secondary school aDd sas.e aJIiooanI !

    the principal grants permission I

    0 Secretary, Treasurer 0z0. three half-unit courses where WHILE OTHER LIVING COSTS HAVE SPIRALED VfC :
    aI' I Io the pupil has previously studied

    0 ach( of these subject; in a regu-

    = .0o. ====o=oC====O O. o Car session.
    Two half-units of new work I .

    nay be earned during the summer -

    _..%! provided the number of
    lusf hours Is equal to 120 for a

    'W 'nil uuise( This includes timeor .
    V /
    supervised study An addilonal -

    1' half-unit may or earned -% \ "
    provided one of the three hall aowst
    = =: z-
    mil is a course previously taken

    .taring the regulai school yeas .
    w --- Est b


    i MV W fL WANES Mt IIrb R1 C ORCi TOd 1L)

    / / "/I' ; ta euv HW A FURCOAl > Wh4Af ARt'IOU 0004Sfb SCAR A RAe&TF
    WITH THE 1= / D4 t 1R. Owt ? +'RM! ,

    t SI J
    I tr
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    f = 'u L rt __
    !.-tons -+-
    LIN.X ,......
    CREAM 0 T.wmhn !

    I I..or..fOUSHU. fad.d lONE &.,; 1'00$4", !
    furmlww' CI.au lI S
    .. *. yea My rr> nom irnd ,M
    pol..b. Only 6ge a Pint' your bane very day that cow LESS Uun t
    A KILLS UGLY WEEDS BUT G tear,hewore: W.ean-ELECTRICmr.
    While the_of *350WewgPbanei
    LIN X WON'T HARM COMMON t inoc-ju
    Jt1aa been
    SEIi: LlSHING WAX ,' LAWN GRASSES!ItaleS. s going 111'dung the past few yon, eIectne service nln ban been dnW1 IC.
    ANrI sUP ,is and an now I lower
    wi!: ,t oa A din 'to a Now enjoy a beautiful, end actually than they were before the wart I What it more. w.of the Fto"*
    can ---
    11nJah you .
    'v mina Power 4
    : Kbt .
    free lawn by lull mixing ;2 tublopooru CGmS-Y ...
    Ouarl 5ge a Pin' -Iliac b make inupeneiM ekrnicdyebap.r. :
    .i 91e a of W'EtD.NO.MORE\ ID a gallon vfwairr Start trading with the HAYES MOTOR COMPANY, ....y. We offer y m tint pmt-. ekcsto "
    I + LIN.XCLEAR.GLOSS and spraying II on plete auto repair service motor tune-up. brake sr'ire aW **! alinnmt. J cMDfcct and. ivng WIll cat fOIl kte' taus ewe q. kne at a kKseke.i
    RESISTSOiLINO WATER 1t'eedf will noon begin to tinvvl We'll do anything to protect transportation. momkcnct.
    riCoons smoothIona' ao -'::' and die WEED.NO.MORE kill, your

    11 b olawnmtadartiaOiled l .", aear' Fj djndclion, plantain. and other. ugly GOODYEAR TIRES. TUBES AND ACCESSORIES.
    weeds. ,
    $1.70 cOnar95' e o p" Grt it loJayt Juit pray en ,., .



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    Ifit 'TT'..Ri NHV5, ':\VTT..iU' 'i..rtn: Couiitv nCfttDA, rnrnHr1..1" If', I0..0 i' v( r cirmt: 6 "

    V il"I 11I1 I''I.I I I '""I1"l l '/"' had been In the European theatre bottom '- -.-

    t i 1IIIIIIIli of operation since Aunust, :! Mr.VILson Mc'lure andutaerls. 1 day for their summer home t In I Capt. Willard Sillas, dredge progress continually and If they

    1f alNewsoftoart 1944, having served in France, at I _.______ _. Genoa N. Y. captain witn the U, S. Engineers i Notes of Interest To Veterans consider that you are not receiving -
    Namour and Lelge who has been on duty in Okln- adequate' training, they may I I j '"
    Belgium and 5itTiloHif l\\ KOSSITIIAI) rosrr Officer
    [ Cont'd'Jnlllllil ? !MITKONS MEET: Mi and Mrs. E A Mcnnlngerleft I _- transfer rOil to mother training i 't :
    at Bremen, na haa't'IUl'n that he expects -
    Germany H* I Ia now \\11"11IRI.: .
    JOHNSMrs Friday for their summer I fIl'nC'y.[ This 1 pioffram: apparently -
    1111 ./ IIHIIIIIIIIIII' on terminal leave to return to the states Compensation} for on-the-job Under this program the VAsnpeI 1 I 'I .\.d
    c ecil Klvrs t thfttran some ,t
    Johns home
    in Cashiers
    N. C..
    entertained: where '
    vision of the
    f : HERE --- .he within the" next few weeks, training and schooling under theO )' trniiiinn is I l .oivlce (ilnit.IMS: without thoclisud 'fII',
    t IUPTIST ATTEND I Matron class! of the Me- ha will spend tm cays and she [ Bill Is paid at the late or more strict) They cheek VOID I' \' intai! I
    OERI fHe MIAMI: CONVENTION thortlsl Sunday school at the will upend the summer months Jack Brown who recently returned I _. ------- _
    .-r Thayer : $65 per month for a single veteran --- -- ------- -- ----
    L \:: .weekend, A delegation of Stuart Baptists monthly covered dish luncheon They were accompanied on the to Stuart U now employed and $90 per month for n 1- i tt
    :ttf are attending the annual church !I land business meeting Tuesdayaft trip by Mrs. Carroll Ireland who at the A & P store. Ho is en- I veteran with I\) '
    \1: Junta R. tertnlnlng a former Army buddie dependents
    conference in Miami this ]i '
    week. :niMin
    went to Hcndersonvllle to visit t
    :ram !Wor- Those going included the pastor. I who arrived thl week from Whether you actually get your THANKSI
    Cl 'xecutiveRailway th' Rev. Phil Maxwell Mr and I'I ""its J--, J.-SIC--II tIIDSSi her parents for.a._vacation India by way: of New York. $05 or $90, as the case may b(*, 1 1To
    depends two factors.
    on ( First If
    I L, -
    Mr' C Klckllter
    and : '
    -III hon e Mrs. Arnold Bauer Mr. and Mrs pu( (j lITLIt 1Ef\ ) Word has been recMved from Mi and Mrs,George Keith and you are taking part time school- ,
    I ( He C: R. Garner Mrs Rc.b'lI Mrs J j. Richards flew to W. A. iPati Wyrkoff in Richmond children will leave shortly fora log you may be paid on a three-
    'i \ Ung
    :! : --- - _... --!- i I I IMlnifipoii I < Us week to attend Va where he' went to meet slx-weelts vacation trip to Atlantic fourths, one-half or onefourthtime I' .. .
    the Voters of( School District
    = = I -
    E i UK wtddim. of her daughter, his son, Jack, who expects to City where Mr. Keith will basis The second factor
    .MI Frdi\: May 10. arrive the last of this month attend tile International Convention Is the difference between the 3 and to all who sup. "
    --- _.-- Jack Is on the USS Midway on cf Klwanls clubs. As wane you are paid by your em- ty
    Mi Em'i na Sn.son and sister, Navy patrol duty In the Atlantic president of the local club he ployer while receiving on-the- ported me in my race, i ,

    A-Penn Mi._,' r'II.. :M. :\t.\')f>d.| left Satur Following his discharge from the will\ represent the Stuart group Job training and the pay you are!
    -- -- '- scrvlc i' they expect! to take a -o- to receive after your training Is e .'
    1' PURE PENNMOTOR vacation trip covering several The Martin County Board cf completed, As an example: 1 "
    1 1f
    I Sts ter. Commissioners will\ meet at 2 II Your pay at start 1 Is $140 per .
    INSURE p. m tomorrow In regular session month and the Job you are> e. :
    OIL Mi and Mrs. L. C. Clements I in the court room Board training for pays $230 per'
    CANNINGSUCCESS jl''h"' hive been living at the members spent Wednesday on I month On that Job you t ;would \.
    apartments have moved a tour of the Indlantown districtIn receive I the full amount sub-
    :T-:; 2 Gal. 1.32 / ., t., their mw riverfront home ;Dieting roads and bridges in Eistance to which you are entitled I with my successful opponent the bout of luck In his 't
    yjaiiag : in Riverfront Park In North that section) but if your pay to start I
    I next term,
    Stuart. They expect Mr Cle- was S140 a month and the nav ,

    I ,'v"nl"' sister;: Mrs Jerry Defoei I Frank Benson, Jr.. of MIami for the job you are training farris ,
    i!''oil Key West for a few days and Chevy' Chase Md.. are bouseLuoKts \ only $200 a month the most :
    i I use i 'Mils week nd ; of Mr. and Mrs. \V R. you can get from the Government -
    TTV CROCKER Leach' at Se"'i.Il r Point Is $60 a moiuh

    Breakfast Tray pkg. 22, i Dr Henry Vorls has returned S.Jacqueline .- Disabled veterans are entitledto G.H.TILTON
    tter to 1 I.h i home In East St. Louis .'I email! daug! tf- training under a different |
    I aft'l'i a months vacation here of Mr. and Mrs Coleman, was law iknown ai Public Law 19' 1 i
    I Mroiln is icmalniiiR for a the "weekend, guest of Mr, and Under this law the veteran leceives :
    MEATS \Ui 1,. to complete moving into Mrs. Charles Rue at Jupiter Island benefits, but it takes even Hobe Sound ')
    their new home In Sunny Acres longer to have your training
    USE :it Jensen Reacts *,irh they, started under this law than It
    r RM\\S SKINLESS purchased whip here Mr and Mrs Harry Swlngle- does under the OI B11 Some
    -- I hurst entertained at dinner of the added benefits for the i
    EINERS lb. 38, : .iI. and Mrs Jack MJ.tin re- I Saturday to celebrate the birth- disabled veteran are: first you j EXTRA FINE BREADI t

    _. tui' Saturday! fr> m Mlimi 1 day anniversary of MM. Herbert, are given vocational advisementto
    CRADE-SPRING Bpnrll'htrl' they .,p" ut .t i two Thayer at their home. Sea Horse help determine what type oi
    .r ',\(1 ,;- 1\rlllll'l] PI'It ti"ICI'' her 1-1la'lvP' it Jensen Beach Guests besides I', work you are most suited to doTh ).
    JARS (lip lionor EG O' LAMB lb. 40/ .. ,
    --- this
    ------- advisement
    rid! Mr and M;s Toe Bickm I are sometimes
    CAPS, LIDS surprising to the veteran Ho
    ... 4t RUIIERS may be advised that he is suitedto
    (In Our Sea Food Departmentanish And follow I Inxmruonninid HomeDemonstration and capable of with trainIng -

    B.ll Blu. Book T. |tl your copyend i I doing a type of work that
    Mackerel lb. 35, IO'.ilh'.D..n..ddre..to-l I I he never before thought of doing .
    f I I BREAD And In about 95
    tAU MOTHIM COMPANY, MUM!..Inrf. per rent :
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    NotesBy of the cases they are rightDisabled I
    Ib. --- vet.rins are entitledto :
    out 391 :MISS! LI'CUE INSCOE t
    maximum\ of four years
    I Fish b. 151 Culling hens at the rate of Under this law the VA Is au-
    n one' bird in seven removing the thorlzd to give the disabled
    ---- -.- -- TIRED and HOTAFTER lazy, fat ones that eat more veteran any medical treatment
    grain than they are worth, is he need while
    may In
    fresh Daily from Local WatersRCE urged by the U. S. Departmentof This can Include such things training a- QUICK HELP WITH FULL-STRENGTH FRESH YEAST C

    Agriculture as one means of gla'ses. if they ate neces.saivFOR Watch Fleischmann'a active fresh Yeast !go right; U>

    IONAomafo A HARD DAY? :releasing( more train: for the [' work-help give your bread more delectable (llwor) ,
    ,stat clog -ibroad Many of these J
    (finer, smoother texture every time
    Juice can 251l WE HAVE THE PERFECTREFRESHER birds ire fine prospects for can- INFANTS ,. I
    ring at hone Canning special .
    ALFAR IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, be sure to get Flewhmanirtr" '
    --- -- -- 1'15 I point out that plump, >'ear-
    it"FlELD old hens a- well -.s older stewing fribh Yeast with the familiar yellow Ijbel! Dl'pf'ncl.1hloAm1'ica's
    Best Money Can Bur favorite yeast for
    birds make good canned moro .
    eat Spread jar 19? I chicken for their! meatiness and BUY BONDS ttttttMtty ; than 70 years! j ,
    !flavor Venoung birds often rust"11renlnhll
    lack flavor when canned .
    I Chicken meat may be canned Alf ar Creamery +r Ml /I hjdUt si
    ITZ large pkg. 21- well on or off the bon, and
    Fnjoy Our Special Summer Foods, of Cold Meats, WEST PALM BE1CII
    equally well on or off the! bone,
    ----- .---- -- Sandwich Spread and Satisfying Beverages and may be put In either glass 456 Flamingo Dr, Phonn 7175 i

    u'te House Milk 2 !for }U Nc Need to Worry About Vitamins If You Look Over Jar the or tin cannei cans When no alternate It comesto -- ---
    choice is offered The only safe
    method of canning chicken or
    RAHAM 1 Ib. pkg. 18, Our Stock of Nourishing Summer Foods I other cooker meat is In the steam pressure -

    Specific canning directions for
    REMEMBER We Deliver Your Order to Your meat may be secured from the

    FRESH VEGETABLES Kitchen office' of Home Demonstrationagent
    in the Oughterson build-
    BUG Ing, phone 189

    "rttucc 2 Ig. heads 19, I Now cream that eggs scarce are, It so is plentifuland a good t,

    f __ __ __ ANTHONY'SEconomy plan to use meringue as a topping
    for puddings and other '
    How Unions 3 Ib. 17VRRIOTS desserts in place of whipped
    MEMBER cream. It is especially good on
    ..ur ---- fruit nrul, egg desserts <;j
    S Grocery Make a good meringue like 7 e jI
    : this: Beat whites of 2 bu. 19/
    few grains of salt until Miff but BUTCHER..
    _- -- not dry Gradually add two table- r V7.
    HOME OWNED, FRIENDLY OPERATED spoons of sugar powdered if preferred 7le ,
    :ELERY sTstalks 19Q I and beat well after each
    ?01 S. ,\kronf, WEDiinfR: Telephone' 143 addition. Cook at moderate
    ____- --- I I BAKER.. ,
    temperature not over 325 degrees -

    )RANGES 5 IBs. 33, I. I F 7 1,

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    --- -- d
    'p e4J almost as diverse as those chnr- CANDLESTICK j
    ure Gold Lemons doz. 27X
    octers of the old nursery rhyme are the

    Good Food is Good Health services! of a modern railroad, MAKER

    ..Kts CLOTHES WHITER Glistening streamliners gliding over rib- 'I

    I bons of( steel, while passengers enjoy travel greater economic strength for towns nnd '
    r .
    LU WHITE pkg. 7f OURQUALITY in its most pleasant form, surroundedby cities.,. 4

    every comfort and convenience to Continuing; research to find! ways! of r ,
    make the* trip delightful". making tomorrow's transportation even 'I 1

    to Maid Rasins pkg. 15X FOODSWill Mighty (freights speeding their cargoes better than today's finest,.. Ic'

    throughout the land and thereby supply- All of these, and more, ore part of our
    ing the lifeblood of the nations arteries of( daily efforts. Behind all of our undertak- I

    lips Beans With Franks can 17EAT1ES / Please the Moat Discriminating: Taste and They Are Nourishing Tool commerce, assuring on-time deliveries of ings is the principle which guides our plan- )I t (

    ;- the thousands of items needed for your ning-that the Seaboard Air Line Railway ,1.1't '
    I Our Stock Is Complete With Items Necessary To Prepare A Cool Refreshing ..
    ev ry. Jay living. is a citizen of( the territory it is privileged
    11, 7
    pkg. Summer MealA Working with agricultural interests to to serve As a citizen we will be satisfied I I 1 1i 1ito

    --- develop new crops, make old ones more give nothing less! than our best for I

    profitable.. the advancement of our territory and its
    eNbe.rt 5c I J ;;
    Northern Tissue .
    Call Will Your Order To Your Door.
    ,'P, 3 ror Phone Bring Bringing in new industries to provide interests. '
    20c ..,
    Drains t
    I iASt7lc.n-: Opens Clogged a
    >\ PLUMITE .234: Ill I
    R. 5 31c I
    WrM rr.d.IuN M.B I*Work I (

    Itsna J REM 32c CLEANER Octagon 2 for 9c MARKET Nitwnal Fcwlga Tr.d.W.ih of Y1 i i

    Peanut CROMER'S:: i : May U 2} _
    "tR. lib. jar 29e t LAMB &: VEAL, can 32< THE fP TO DATE STORE: p,




    Fourth Street Stuart, Florida
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    \ AGE nVtlVF tilE MI I'AHT NEWS, SItlART, Martin County, nOmOi\,\'OU'\JE! 6 -- NUMBER 37 --
    I ----: Matousek to Arthur I IKruse.
    I I Co. W. D.-Otto

    I I.i I .,...UIl< l.d t plans recently for the In the project have acquired this I failure depends largely upon soon as housing facilities are W D -Port Sew all Realty Sr.EI'eralsdN .

    Too Late toCLASSIFY i.,t ibiisiunent ot a haven for beautlM 350 acre park mostlywoodland the conduct and cooperation of provided bO1VIII be taken In to \Vni J. He j bora. Dram LYRI

    , I homeless and delinquent boys. / and plans for development 'I each Individual. Here tluy111 Iron Georgia Floiidaand nelgh- Army Disc D.-Clara,-Hbcrt stjpminr MclntyreO to bert Thomas Dlst.to1'1\1'1

    : It I will, be known as "Boy's of an agricultural program I learn hat every tight: and pililpg boiing states C. DumlchW Derglades D.

    li.lit' and will be located at : that will include general \ of oiii national democracylr Anj'cue tcristeo, In securing John. D.-Port Sew'all Realty Co. Dlst-to T. T. THE A TRPROGRAM

    By IllStELL KAY UK historic Banta Domingo fanning dairying and poultiy accompanied by correspondng further Information should write Theodore DehonO D. Everglades Drain
    .. to Everglades
    -- ----- ---I P.nk Hit.en mile from thetown raising I : responsibilities and J. Ardell Nation Boys' Estate, C D.-Leroy LoU to Doc) Dlst.-to Willie\ Randall
    Modern fireproof cottages arenow well rounded of
    A program f
    Brunswick and
    of Oa. Drain
    P Box 333. Brunswick, Everglade
    I O
    Alarmed over the ,uuieu: in'' Suvannah- being constructed and will education Is planned that will LindY. Everglades!: D
    mile off the
    only i Undy to Ethel Lee Paul Mikell THISWEEK
    Juvenile delinquency' one! 1. Brunswick' Highway. be ready for occupancy early In Include civic participation religion OcorglaIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIII Mtll.-Doc. Dlst to Drain
    Williams D Everglades mt tSFRIDAYSA t
    that efforts to 1I1et t '' Although located In Georgia Junc and applicants are now : education and recreationIn Everglades
    Ing present Fed. Tax Leln-W. S. Internal John W Mann
    limited this being signed up not only from addition to the usual school Dlst -to njR[,
    the problem on the put ul .vel : by Georgians, Revenue to Nathan OulKI Ralston Line-
    matt and federal" .en'II' aIntdequaU 1 19,,::111'I .11 bf open to homeless Georgia but from other Southern sublets Agricultural vocational V. Hoke to Fez Simple-D. MAY
    Sat. Mtg-Clem I. Simmons. ,
    wood Ig
    and in"ffu l.tI\t ago d I d.1 !imyirent i: buys' between tho States training will play a major I H. Hoke Reed to W A.
    Thus Boys Estate will be a role with! the boys being given Society Harry W D-Joseph V. Large Doubt. '
    up uf ; idt.c i r.tnr t : : ""I r a i!nil 18 from anywhere B. S. Stephen W. Blodgett toAlbl.'l sea
    duniiatlc Institution. No boy pitctlcal training In agricultural Harriman.W.
    01:01.: i :, CuuntC;i < .1. 'J u)' Stit" Those nt rioted Welch. U Win
    ,. will be mad to feel that he U practice farming dairying, t D.-Lincoln Miller Featui. Ni I i
    -- I being given charily Instead he poultry raising and the like 1111111111111111I'11I'' "11111111111111I111111111 O -Percy Fuge to D. R darner Curry. I

    laso : sill I br made to feel that he Is i Meat. eggs. dairy products and : Wend ill Waters. Stuart band D,Howard S. Oreen to D. S.-'-D. W. Rowoll to E. A I M.Vv .
    I ruining his place In his own ugetables grown on the Estate dliectoi and hu family have Barvers
    DR. L. S. JONESDR. The under Grant Ticrney DUc Robert A Caldwell
    (oiniunlly boys will help provide nouilshingfood Army I
    Franklin Jones T .
    moved f bona tin Contract-Robert Henry MVorls
    of to
    .I".flllv: selected and qualified for the Institution and W. D.-Phil Pence
    I bungalow 01 East Fourth st to Jackson to Elizabeth A. Hey- heftlEti
    will their
    \V. J. QUINNChiropractors dull leadership make should al o provide some revenue
    own laws A Mayor and other for Its operation the Green d!ph'x apartment on boer. \y,D.-Board of Education Stateto : Bttqc
    to Elisabeth
    niilcUN will be elected from Juvenile delinquency Is usually East Sixth tt W. Thomas Minetto C. M Fktch

    anuiit tin youthful citizens of I the result of parental neglect -e-_ A. Heybocr XV D.-Rel Indlai.town Dev Co. (\(

    I the community II will be their and It Is an adult lesponslbllity Mrs t'. R. notion and daught. Mt.R.-Ellzabeth t Heyboer U> R. to Jas W Diamond.W. t

    i':.miration and everything will Fifing the wayward boy In a Coleman attended T Jackson. I D.-The Hob Sound Co.. C,
    er, Mrs. Jack .
    toWm. tF0Kent
    301020J COMLAL BLDG.I WEST PALM BEACH be 11011' to impress this upon penal Institution seldom accomplishes Sat Mtg.-James D. Johnson M Fletcher ) (it
    the 111il'l'laa? of Don Clark and Let to
    I them ind t they will be given to ) his lefoim. W. D.The Hobe Sound I SMITH ,
    PHONE 3650 antic( st.c 111(1 that( It. success 01'I At "Boys' Estate homeless Miss Mary Ethel Lennard of :lRg Harry Hoke to Citizens I Jis W. Diamond. G.idon OttVC) dA

    ;my I I UK) neglected youths will ree Waltonhlch, has solemnized Bank w' D. Mulford Realty Corp to
    -------- I A t 01! Mt I.( -\MleCtUinui to .
    nt Me D. Davis
    i Elizabeth
    (' ? try I encouragement They In the First Presbyterian chinch
    ---- ------
    \.1 II I not be treated ax Inmates of Forl Pierce. They sere also Citizen Bank Mu( Fred J. Walton to J. F. I
    W DOt''" M ttuu-ek tll R< C.II.'
    i u' in institution but will be BII70n
    guests' at the reception followingat Krw I John f Llf : '<

    Extending My Sincere ThanksTo rut; an opportunity(made to realize to govemllllJ'lw" that the home of the brides parents I W D Om'''". I\lahU' I u.
    Mi. and Mrs W L. Len- ScharlriMIDNIGHT Co., to John tFTaT "
    'heir actions and conduct as filli \\ D Palm Clt .*,*** UI

    I 11' ol the community directly hard \ Mum .... -n !
    I d"i" 1Is he t welfare of the cn111 - :M\ '_ \\ C Cavenv to Citizen .......:......,\\\\jJ.) j
    the Voters of (' .10UP J. W Tucker who is stationed \b i Ilk ol Stuart : ..,

    while competent adult leader- I \'.'Ith \the Navy at Key West wasa \l. D Mumlc O B'ding! to El- 'I f"1;,

    .hip will guide and instruct, the wick end visitor at the home I I o'rt i : J. Silasv "

    I ,)themselves will make and I I of his parents: ? Mr, and Mrs. D --Mimi. O Bediiu to Ar- I v

    enforce the "rules". Courtesy I Charles Tucker. SHOW Irst"n, : Pichorrts
    School District 3 I .
    I aril! consideration of others will \\' t::: :L O Ta-.R\ to Lane Pen-

    bl'1.eased t Sportsmanship and ITEMS OF KLUltl: < .11 \.'
    1.111'l pl-u. tolerance and justice STARTS D iiiixKait f P. lphH I CAP i (urtN'
    till bo liisilid| in thc hearts otHi H.<'l., ,
    Baker 'Scrappn' rr
    \\' RII' to J. \\ .
    I -i boys In the character \1' Dune
    PEOPLE OF !MARTIN COUNTY Navy Disc. Elijah Newman
    l iildint, <, program which they 11:45 P. M. li. oJI.' -'
    'h 'in,.,dm will Invoke through Sat. MtB Farmers Piod Cn.Asau \\" D Hh YIIlIl.lhloo i to L. SEK At I
    to VanDintham; and
    For the to ...lid.('Ird government as freed B Li 1111
    opportunity again serve you asMember Filming!
    r d I mociatic' lus that of any \\ D e'I1i 1!. : '"I Roland'1 E. En- CHART--* .
    W. D Steve\ HUiko to Stephen
    Public InstructionI .1 ,I, lOiiiinuiiilyVhili r:. i I'
    Martin Board of U
    County Blasku Ji. "MAST" IE)

    \Vhili' < up to the present time Pay nil!.' Mlg.--S. R Noble, Port SATURDAYMAY a-ii>KjaiiarA= ;"'IMMl *fci**
    BIn Estate has been financed
    I APPRECIATE I YOUR CONFIDENCE IN ME b\ public spirited citizens and Sewall Lo to Foil Scwall TUESDAYWEDNESDAYMAY .-I ,.
    Realty Cti
    i Ic leaders of Olynn Count,
    11'1\ Bill Sl!<', R. F. Wiley to J. R. 18 21-22
    Uc"'or'ria. and Its board of trus- MidniglShow
    Pomn o>, Jr.
    lit- is mad up of Ol>nn County KAY FRANCISAnd
    Chat. MtK J. R Fomero. Jr.
    O. D. HATAWAY l lf1lk-. ib the organization glows I
    I to R Wlly.
    i I line i I (develops: support will be
    W D.- Alice Dihon to O c.
    (11"'lraed' ;! from throughout the Whlticai TOO MUCH TERROR FOR PAUL KELLYIN
    INDIANTOWN HU'I'i h and trustees will be select. I
    W. D-Alice Dihon to A. John- P
    Id I 10111 i throughout the area. STARTS I
    son Whitlcar ONE PICTURE SO
    it is mo linn belief of those I I
    Masters D.--T. T. Oughteison to
    hind I the project that given theI
    : I i"p'r' i 'rounding and a hympaiutK ;
    \v. D Iveta Shoran to W. A.
    '. understanding leadeih -
    p i ('ul1plpdl'lth a liberal : Palmer. HORROR JUTS! "
    I S W D.--C. R. Oreenlees, Jr. to / INC.
    VOTERS OF DISTRICT 4 am] .I'nt of lesponslbllity In the I I Barney Williams ,
    I 'PHlll u( t of their affairs boys TO MAKE YOUR BLOOD
    I Army Disc Thomas H. Clews
    .u vcht i i ( otherwise become a .
    : B S.-B-n Wilson to O C. Smith. DOUBLE fl
    bl,1,iddi\ or a danger to society
    Sat Mtt-Harold A. Sajle toE
    i':111 i >e developed into worth I
    GET RESULTSNOT ".hrle clt IzPlUo. J Arnold March of Time
    Affid-Stanlej Kltchlng to the
    At this time when the prob- Public. HORROPCARTOON

    idi) oi jinenile delinquency iso PRESENTS"WANTED
    NO. 1
    W D.-T. J. Drake to Walter M
    pushing. this experiment In 'Stilly I];! ;J1a.1t'r' ;wtlrRoxi4

    PROMISES BY ELECTING I Oouiu is bdng( watched with W. D.- Jan A. Clements to Helen LON CHANEY tIIORROR ,
    I ken) interest by social uoikoisf D. Clements !

    the nation Applications aretlun I Mtg.-H. P Orcy to Federal EVELYN ANKERSIN I
    being considered and as 'JJflStt
    MU.-H. P. Orey to Land Bank

    HENRY CREWSCOUNTY ; COl1'lmllIlon.
    Jo Mh Js': W. D -Standard\ Realty Dcv.

    Cu.. to Ocorg L. RofclcyW .
    D. Ocoifcc L Rowley to "THEFROZEN "III I ht

    Etta P NicholK 'HOLIDAY FOR

    COMMISSIONER W. D.-T. J. Diakr t<> Wm t. SHOPS!'RINGS"
    Wolf +6

    W. D,Lucy C. Nicot to Christo- -

    I IN TilE I RUP,.OhF PRIMARY OF TUESDAY, MAY 28TH Chat.pher Mtg.--Randall D. Norton L, Smith to I FOX NEWSTHURSDAY urn

    youhowa Lance Employees Credit of I .-rI_

    WE NEED THE CHANGE AND I CAN North. .-.M Carolina.Mtg. Victor .Sutler to Wm GHOST"FEATURE

    C. Walsh. MAY 23


    When you are watching' wmt- W. D:-Chailotte A. Sadler to NO. 2 Feature No.1
    rl knot in Lucius P. Ordway Jr.
    line trying to un n a -
    OF THIS DISTRICT, OF WHICH I AM ONE, BADLY it l h. human nature to Mtg.Lucius P. Ordway to Char- gff A Dream of a Muuc4 l
    NEED EFFICIENT WATER CONTROL THE REPAIR AND CONSTRUCTION went to grab it and do the job lotte A, Sadler. SUPER about Love'sYoungDrearor MAY 19 -

    Ex Domocllr-Frank J. Boyleto MU!
    When assign an employeea I i WIlD-WEST
    job, It takes restraint not to tell .", I r: ;
    him tou much about how to do it, :'

    When you an raising kid( ,It'. I SHOCKER 5 .
    natural to try to do everything I I
    far them I = / I '

    These examples explain why : OF THEM ALL"HOUSE ,
    nome people in Washington,D,Chive stns
    so [
    GET THINGS DONE! such a panion to run thadetails I
    ot the life. of every citizenor of'DRACULA"
    l the country. It explains why atus'e r oor ttulij s sI
    eople In bureaus there who have I rK rK a as teal /
    A YOUNG MAN Wl'I rl CONSTRUCTIVE IDEAS WILL GIVE THE DISTRICT bad a taste of directing lives of ag m.a uo out /

    A FRESH START. others don't want to quit and go -
    home. They have that old human

    FOR THE BETTER ON MAY 28th, Hut anyone with a grain of .r
    I wisdom I knows that If you want
    anybody in a home an office or a isu a v tA
    I country In amount a darn, you. DON'T MISS NoCIm pt 'tcuI 'tl

    have to lay off,Uy off' layoff! t yyeMN
    THIS DOUBLE DOSE 10511 o'5nlN'
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    aWIwM MAIN d

    OF HORROR!! Feature No. 2 it

    Just Received Shipment of Fine New Motors WARNER BAXTERIN kr.wMylreDMUNDaDINNtlNy'IMa150onyN toils "

    "THEY'RE ,
    /....,. s..s aaalwiaa.w.r be .. .. 1 W.w.dd .
    girl who keeps herself and 5.a1N.
    .y-d we ar
    her wardrobe Immaculate and M.i, / stiC1wemsu
    5-Horse Power Outboard Motors a..mds.ewtct.d..1
    flower-sweet always has a flock LYRICTHEATRE : "THE CRIME /,. h LITMUS
    of admirers hovering around ata

    party, Have you been sendingyour

    'r Come Over and See Them $129.50 frocks and suits to UN DOCTOR'SWARNING" CARTOON"SWOONINC

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