The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: April 8, 1948
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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ISRD| > to Spend ,$500,000 TROPHIES DUE Canal Plans BRONC PROVES BIT RESENTFUL' r Post Office 528,000TAXES ;, .,

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8 itu FOR .AIR SHOWWill To Be ReadyBy ;:! Receipts Gain'' OUTSTANDING I

Diiring 1948
fin County
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mil,' Be Exhibited in City April 20 ,'". t'I", ,'" 15 Per CentA AIDEADUNE' ,

dearly I half a /million dollar* worth of construction l la Martin for 2 Week; Adver. ... I

1 I ,untT. H Included In the 10" construction budget of f the State 1 tiling Begun Plan and specification for 15-per cent increase,in gross ,
and the st. at the \ 66.6 Per Cent; Collected fr j
I load Depart"1"11- wft revealed here 1.h1f week.fleadliil Th* abe gold( trophies to be deepening widening r receipts Stuart Post Office
City Only
the list 1 h the new -- promoted by the Junior Chamber Lucic Canal are scheduled to be __ for the first quarter ending ,

Lolle road from C.8 1 to th* for .seven month A total of of Commerce after Its Statewide (finished by April 20. the County March 31 as,4tomparcd' to the J. 766 Per Cent : I

.-",.,. Gh Fork to link UP with the, ,$134484 wa* allotted to this job 1 Air-Sports Carnival here Commission wa* Informed'Jea same :pcrlud'tast' year was rer Mute( Ibttu *28)00() ) fyi city ,' j
Cent improved road to. Xndl- done by the Shepherd Construction May S and 9 are expected to terday afternoon by l>to L. Bur- ported yesterday by PoslmasUu. and *county (U> <'* for 1")47) ; ,t
arrive this wek '
and will be ,
ay ioJIlDWD, > and the Lake country Company of Atlanta a week each in the show exhibited -' net. chief of the UB engineering Ralph! W, Hartman: H-tald fe- I still 'were to( bfl collected as ,: ,
of the
10 be expended for three Items \itt _
total fund i division In Jacksonvlll, No furthor totaled $12- the deadline for 1'
thlf paymentspassed
Lit now nodeS way by \he'olfe repeat of the previously *cheduled window of the Bess Hardware cclpts quarter i '.I
lob Construction Company of long-sougpt signals at the Company and Florida Power. and detail were' given, other 140.75 ft* compared to $10.S55.851 March :il 1. the) of rice I'
,3LAU5Ot1flLh5$3U. OfthUSount.$180000 Florida East Coast Railroad Light Company than that allowance: ,will haveto for ,the first three months- in d Tu 'Collector L C Kickit.. ''I '
*Ulb' devoted crossing" In Salerno at a cost of: The trophIes are 18 to 24 In- be math for existing bridge) lS47Biggeot liter and City Manager U B. '?' ,
L padlng $111,500 to paving ID,300, No word has been received high and have been! donated by In the widening plan. < gain for the quarter, Cunt reported thU week, 'I3 "
:a and 11(790 to structur. which here on Who this 'construction UM City of Stuart, Bell Hard Hartman stated was In sal of While both offices announced I
include two culvert and two may be expected to start ware: O e, Smith at the Light The commission ordered Road postal notes which shows a substantial payment made during ;
Mile. The culvert have been although 'th Martin County house and Palm Beach' Aero. Superintendent A. A. Hendry, $09 48-per cent gain Only $1,- the ,last month, the .county( \.;
ICE Chamber of Corporation. Jr, to install a culvert immediately 03305 worth were sold in the
tabbed\ and work U under way Commerce wa as- flood considerably ahead ot the 'p \
on the bridge Traffic on lurfd several months ago that Jaycee Spokesman Ralph "W in Britt Road and to grade! first quarter' In 1847 but in the city when the limit was reached ,
! U present road over' Poppleton the signal would be realized this Hartman, Jr., reported a huge the road to the canal lock with This bmnc. Lave to lame period this year tales totaled Counting kit payment made ", '
to riilrn l
Statewide necessary dralnag and surfacing appeun a strong rtIK'lIlmrnf being .
advertising $6,308.U.Money
been cut off 10 day yarAt campaign personally or postmarked before i ,
sod Cirk detoured hat to the Palm City : Its March > meeting In on the show got under way last work to be added later, The as (lie honwmun clues his best to hold liOn lout to Tins au m N typical: order tales jumped last Thursday, $335,131.99 or 88,6' J" :
-. Lad Salerno cutoffs Tallahassee the SRD deferred week. Thj,week end* "program latter waa ordered after presentation ot whit may txputtad[ at the nxlva] to be IK. ,U In Indwiitownst from 5,212 wonn $8077US to per cent In county taxes have .;! 1 I
Second Item for the county toiM approval pending' further study U being cent to every newspaperand of a petition for improvement ng at 2 p m Suuday S,511 worth $11,688.15. Hartman been paid, Klckllter\ office said j"t. ,I .
ot Its airport In the State, and on the road signed by 22 attributed the cash dip to the I
iC: new budget, which total proposed agreement with I Collection In March wtvn no ( i
: mm than $11000.000. In tht 4th the FEC; covering a crossing of the 500-member Florida Air I resident along it. postal note gains Stamp tale discount was allowed amounted, OP ; I
,Dlttton of the SOW U repavtngo Qtate Road 714 iwarfleld Highway Pilot Association it tending QUOTA TOPPED rote from $9.884.72 to $11U3.88.. to $18,728.98 or 1135 per cent of I'' "
d < 16 miles of U B. 1 from theIJI1mP ) by the railroad at Milepost each member an application Rodeo Parade and gross receipt In March the total' I
la Overpass to the fit 21 plus 2621?, The line I\a blank Hartman said about 200 LESS WOMEN alone moved from $3,25044 a County gross to be collected : ; I 11 '
LuCIe County south boundary a spur of the fEe main line running planes may partlclpat in, this year ago to $375690, the post- Is $1188198 on which 3-per cent 1))
This Job was completed six week southwestward ot Fort ,how which will be Initiated bya BY RED CROSS matter said. Interest Is charged. These taxes. : I' i j ,
I Pierce golf tourney for the visitors Due in Stuart --'------____ I must be paid before to In ,'.
n1 ip after! being la the ..process_ SEEKING JOBS / Monday .
--- ---- and a hangar dance at avoid '
; public advertising costs also being I "ii'
William Field I May 8. I attached t However It .t.I'' !
Firs} Chapter on Eat Coast 200 Attend. wa* f
Pill fiRST PRIMARY I Primary Ballots HOE SHELASKS- FSES'REPORTSn Tomorrow to Do SOl; Workers announced 100-per cent collections 't""' 'J ,
Intangible :
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Thanked property taxes amounting to $9, r
STUDY OF SOILA JayceeEttesBenefilParly'j I
Being PrintedAt ," By CAP'N FLAbG 12860 have been madeEurlts I. j
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26 1 study of the minor'element Cowboy Jim Day, manager of Martin County chapter of the educe said $1142942 "lt
inventory of the active Ale collected ? i
deficiencies\ in the toll of Flor. Red Cross was the first on the was during March on r" ,j
the barbecue and rodeo to beheld '
News Office ida was urged by City Commissioner of job-seeker registered with I 1947? taxes or 14.3 per cent t the j ,
East Coast to :
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go over top
10 Race In County| Registration Paul M Hoenshel at the the Stuart office of the Florida Sunday at Troup Brother! I It announced total\ This brought total ke .i ; I
-.-- annual father and ton banquetof State Employment Service reveals Ranch. Indiantowa, and groupof was here today About 200 young people attended tons to $6370006 or 79 II per ,,1'1''i'II 1 IM1L'S ,
Still Th quota of $6.500 realized "
Being was
Printing- of ballot for the May rent ot the total with 418.313.60 \
the SallOsh] chapter of Future hard rldln buckrfroo f will the lackey party.dautcf'spoOsored ;;, iJ
4 primary I ta under this week that the proportion ot women on March 11 with additional still to /be received The ", '
AcceptedThe way : Interest
Farmers of America at the Wornan -; by the lay eeEt.teaat '
the street of Stuart tomorrow l'j
at The Stuart New office with '* Club Thursday flight available for work 1 ta lower parade memberships boosting this to the Civic Center Friday night, rate is affixed to the delinquent t :t' J
lEt first "big day* for the the Democratic ticket twice u Speaking\ to a near capacity than at, any time since the war, afternoon!. $7,264, by yesterday, drive' chair- results of -which were termed ,, ', j
1ft' Stalin political office aspirant large as usual because of a large audience of 100 Hoenshel! cited H. B. Jones manager of the office Feature of the parade will bean man. "I wish Phil Pence thank announced successful "both socially and '!i I
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shed only 24 day away today number of convention committeemen the toll at this nation most Irreplaceable aid today. Applications by old time stagecoach In which workers and the volunteer financially" 9 Candidates f I
I u final campaign! drives got under seeking oftlce Republican 'natural resource and, women are decreasing because of Will\ be a broadcasting outfit t Red Cross stan for our this efficient successful .Given for the benefit of the 1
*ty throughout Florida The primary ballot also are saId agriculture needs Intelllt' out-migration of packing house Martin County High School ,
tupplylng cowboy ohr' and announcements I drive: said Pence,
IT.C Iret primary ,will, be held May being printed although the only lent young men to preservj Its and canning plant workers. Band. a profit of $13020 was For Governor i I
I Isod the second primary I Sa set offices being cought are Governor valued qualities' The enormous At the beginning of April there The' stage coach, realized from It, It was reported I
I Say 23 for those office\ where and commltteemen. The toll losses each year, the speak. were 79 men and seven women It la rumored was; one Buffalo! ( Prizes for the "tackiest" outfit -
no candidate ls given a majority Democratic ticket will be whit er laid aim mean \losses In the' listed for jobs In approximately Bill,Vied to carry the mall from UTILITY i went to Ricky Ricardo and Quizzed on Al : j
at LIla vote In the Initial ballot.. and tel OOP India. fertilizing element In ,the oil, Jt .occupational' classification: Dodge'' City1 to Santa ,Fe after Philip Springer The Cinderella tj-j: : ,,, I
JIll. Voting on absentee 'ballot of which here are'13 in perfect: En broad occupational groups: Dane was won by Julia Jamison :
E Ten race* command the attention will begin April IT, It "Was an fertilizer. These he laid, are two men are available for pros, he discontinued hit job as a INETS $1,585Despite and Charlie. Hall. First prIZe In New Smyrna Beach,, April '
on, of Martin' County rest nounced. and will 'continue belnlost at a much tatter rate tensional, technical and manag.erlal Pony Express rider, the Bamboo Dance was won- by Thi nine Florida Democraticgubernatorial \
lib, tent Including contest for all through AprIL The ballot maybe than they ire being !rUurned In work; three men and fly"' Martin County Cattlemen Emily Morrison and Wayne candidates each I
rail the three County Commission secured at the office of County urging study of this problem he women are asking for clerical Association1 met Monday nightat It the"highest collection Wells, and second by Valerie have been sent a questionnaire I I
posti subject to this years elect : Judge Arthur It. Clonta Two explained that Florida crops and sales work: 10 men 'Want the court house to approve ''In the 18-month history of the Rains arid Larry Hancock Feat- by President D K McOinnls of 'i 1'I
thousand ballots also service jobs with cook porter: Anal detail for the rodeo, and the East Coast Highway Association (tI !
tka*. Four are rlelng! for the dummy I invariably are subJect to element city 10-per o-nt utility tax the ure of'the evening was a one. I
Jensen Beach fat three for are being printed for the county deficiencies guard and bartender most avail- barbecue Sunday "All we need fund showed a deficit for the half hour how by magicIan Their answers to the i 11 I
rftI Indlantown s and two for Hobe Democratic executive, .commit Hoenthelt) remarks followed able. There are 28 men applying now It good weather,* said Day," second straight Neal Bishop. Bobbing for apples following questions will be mail ', !
Sound*. Other races creating tee. serving of a chicken dinner anda or skilled occupation Including i' but rain or shine the show will I i I Manager L, B urnfuceC; reported took 'place in on* corner; of the ed to th! 800 ECOHIA member ) f'I, i
ouWerable Interest Include for At a meeting of the commIttee parliamentary procedure demonstrated carpenters and machinist; 'In 'I ao; on because. under rules' of ;L snack. bar. in. a bulletin to be leased May I II.
terlff, county judge assessor, Tuesday It was decided that by Herbert Tucker, semi-skilled groups truck drivers the RCA we are obligated to payday March collections amountedto Supplementing this party the .' 1)
nth constable district, representative an effort should be made to fill Gordon Terry, Ortn Sword, Gilf and dragline operators predominate I money to performers who I $1,585.35 topping by more than Jaycee-Ettes are holding a cam- 1. Since 'the economy of our : ,
7.'| and the 4th District by appointment all vacancies on ford Levens, Ralph Merritt and work!; In our scheduled events t $100 the record' In February paign for donations for the east coast cities Is in a large' ''I :
cat on the School Board the committee Interested parties Warm Ooode with Stephen More than one half ot the'I We expect at least 50 top cowboys However from the fund was x- bandt St. Petersburg trip expense part dependent on a regular flow ,,
of 88 worker registering t torn of them champs, will .j Mr [fol tourist auto traffic are ,. ,
Clerk J. R Pomeroy reminded are requested to mall their Huddle leading Chapter Presl- L pended $176075 to exceed the which chairman :you
candidates that their first pollt- name to. UM committee In dent Robert Montgomery presldd \ hj office during March were i compete." : income by $17} 40. Included In f loretla Bartlett announced last In of the proposed superhighway "I' I :
cal expense report are due no care of the chairman. Miss veteran: For the most part theveterans 1 Finally sold Day. when we l the expenditures, It was explained I night haa rearhed $25717 She from Jacksonville to a ,. II'II'favor
hOer than tomorrow'( at 8 p,m, Myrtle Dyer. Appointment are listed in unskilledkilled dlscursed details lor the comfort I Is $130918 spent sol My for said additional thanks of her Miami, by-passing east coast I I
I Second report are due near would be. made by the State CANADIAN PREA(:IIIR and semi-skilled occupa. of the customers, Well I L the current renovations on the j organization and the band areextended cities or do you think these coinmunltls'a I. : I
::1 \he end of April and third by chairman r. Hill Williams of TO Bfc lURE SUNDAY; tlonal group, j have all the comfort of home city's baseball park on East 5th to the following: should be benefited by j"I I ,
June to Lake Butler The committee also i A total of two job openings on bund, good food good seat. a I SI This amount covers laborgasoline Prrvl WtrH,...'.. .,..1. $5,550'. the npw road going through ,:' .
Registration still mar bebdt. decided to tend questionnaire to The Rev. Denzll Ridout, secretary were available at the beginning dust-proof arena music, a grand I and materials ] lI"k.. (Cinu np fi len O. : them, when at all practical or ", I 1 'I, \ (I
with Registrar! Mrs. J nil candIdates teethe. preference of the world service commission of thy month. The opening for I entry parade, flag will be flyIng The deficit dropped the taxs ; (A.; s.Z, I I,.". t IIIL least traversing their outskirts I II '
I" lUkeslee at the court on, rallIes.U of f the United Churchof men were for sales clerk and and UM cowboy will be kry balance to $2,30177, lowest sInce i ( "O'l 5 ? II : 1.
I 'This t II contrary' to .. Canada, will speak on Life meat cutter. Ingto win top money and honor I March last year when the tax '::: J.s.LihelI i'i., I.t eI.rsd I 2M11 you uphold the !present ,." \ i$ I
opinion created" by report P'I DEADLINE NEARS Highest Vlllon"- as guest pastor Workers Interested in securIng aboard the bucklngest bunch was just beginning to build\ up. Roy Hnkor8I. less Inc. legislation to keep all arterial :I I t
kulng of registration in ON FARMING PROGRAM at the MethodIst Church/ Sunday employment should place of critter In all Florida" The I H..,.r r,.( t.Uni.>.,,Ct. "h,> ness lees highways free from unneie4P_, ., ,. )P if,. t
nearby counties Saturday It 10:45: am. A motion pictureIn their applications with the FlorIda barbecue starts at noon and the WATSON AGAINST LAW a....' tluk) ), U,.' tary construction during tourist I
'"I Un Blakesle said 1 these eoun- I Only six day remain In whichto technicolor on "Peru" descrlb. State Employment Service rodeo at 2 sharp Admission is -' I season and. U construction must 4'; I I I i
tIN governed by another law sIgn up for the 1148 AgrIcultural Ing that nation cities, 'agrlculure office at the Stuart court house! $150 for adult and to children Tallahassee, April 8. UM her office wlU continue. open Conservation'.Program archeology and dally life on Thursday and employers 75 cents his blistering open or providing a good I"Sa 'I '''!
"rough April 17Mr bounty AgtntUM. Johnson said of the people will be shown al. wishing to place! orders for workers upon useless State attaclI'l CLOSING nearby lateral by-pass road? t ; II
;. Blakeslee reported S.559 today Farmers, 'ranchers ,and the church at T;30 p.m Sunday may call 508 Fort Pierce. Tom Watson told voters TARTS: NEXT WEEK i, Will you lend your hand! In' ) 1 r I I
Person' registered for the pri'airy grower of Martin. County are :-.. City Got 2 Inches ida last week that If elected 00'- I supporting Nassau County '
voting u 6f Tuesday This urged to attend to. .this matter ernor he will advocate repeat of r I Those Stuart stores which cite terests In\ securing the : J t.. '
Mel Includes 1,469 .Democrats a* soon u they possibly can If Indian[ ; SPA Visitor Wins'Outstanding' Rain During MarchFdr the "gam* and fresh' water fu.h" I tomarily observe Summertime tion of a most needed Road tn'I f I'I rl '
lied M Republican 8h ettlBUled they wish to participate In the law and combine I In one department Wednesday afternoon closing from Jacksonville to ,
all 1 State wildlife I conservation will begin the next by way of the ocean shore
this this year. April 1) i* practice Wednesday ; '
total \la 1,500 mow
\**a for the balloting four year the deadline. Catch. Prize I r the second straight month -- -functionsA -- --, -_ April! 14: ___ __ ,I now proposed? (4. .i

1(0 I Work sheet and letter of last 1 ., .. I rainfall In Stuart during March I 4, Will you endorse' a peal '' 'I, ,
nic tlon mailed to old signers --- below normal. i iI
-- WII considerably ; gram to. build the mixinf ,
'mow TO SPEAK SIEgEC&odldats.fo.Oyner : torn Urn ago have been dribbling f Mr. bile\ McCormack'Of Mun.j laUfUh statuette and a Ply-Flex record of U. 8. Weather observer Fashion Show Scheduled I link In Road AlA when 'I; I
Tom \ lowly back to this office ,cle In\\., won the prize ( boat rod given \o the Stuart Clubby John N. Mann revealed Monday practical t.. Insure a real '", I
and there are many mon to be most "outstanding' catch (other' Salty Mallanta. fishing ed, scenic .route along the At4 r ',
V 'allon II flU! speak tomorrow at received Quite few new tlgn- I than the longest tallAshl in the j itor of the Miami Dally New Rain fell ,here seven days in At High School 8 Tonight lantle l Ocean ,. ': .
t un at the Railway Express en have filed their work aheet $p'clal fishing tournament. ar- Bad weather all but killed the the month with a total of a.OS ,
1 14 la Stuart for 1(48 However there art! ranKed for' member* of the special fishing tournament for Inches as compared to the 3-Inch According to Secretary V J, I :
many more who expressed Inter. Sportsman Pilots Association by the visiting pilot and members normal for March. Heaviest fall Fashion Show Mr. Leslie Cozens, Jr, the next quarterlymeeting i I'I'I ,
unique sponsored Bartlett I ta adviser.
est the last too the Stuart Sallfish Club FishIng the month March of the membership will :
in program year of their family which started during was on : I I
by the Beta Club of Martin Models be .
THE TIDES the 1947 from the charter boat Dude' recorded. will\ Joan Combs be hld: 30 In West i
late to qualify for program : I ICape. last Thursday! and closed ,Sunday 7 when .55 Inches was 'County High School will be given Mary Burgess Sara Robert, April Palm
who It I hoped will Frank Csongedl, Mrs McCormack Rainfall for the Beach
and : at 8 p.m. A few boat managed years first tonight at 8 at the high school Leona Chase. Sara Roth, Ola RIcardo
ieh ... ... ;; not neglect signIng before It i* boated a kingfish' quarter ending March 31 total-'d ---- --- -
,.. "'" 114. ....... to get out through the Inlet ,auditorium. Sport clothe, afternoon Mary' Coleman. Adafr \
= too ,,,, too. lat this ,ear. Remember I measuring } feet. 7 Inches andwaa : (.38 inches, slightly lest than an '
04155 and there
als riverfishing
some I :
? frock
Rss.i .: .. ..A.I:: : ut" evening gown, din- Mahan Emily Morrison, Jim
bronze GainsMadc t'
15, Johnson laid. presented with a inch below normal. April normal
Psou .d. I It It ........ f", beh that date: April ,.. "no, sailfish was ncr gown and children .tlea Hutchinson, Jack Adnet, John ,
"':;" : J-: .4"P1W. caught This automatically eliminated II 3.M Inches from Stuart 't
; clothing I store Haromy and, John Oadd. ,,,I '
LW. I first prize\ for the longest will be modeled by high ModelIng children
clothingwill In !
Sell p 1Ss A is: P.55.15 tillttt AM, p.M.\ Guild's. nd' Art' Exhibit sal I. TEACHER VOTING school girl and boy find be Cheryl Menning, Thomas BuildingConstruction ; : \(., '.

Sell 5. '5 cue. Id, I..l, i 14 However. Mr. McCormack was FOUND INCONCLUSIVE local children, and Bill Christopher, Caroline "
: I I*: t*<; tea till, 4SC t:M ,I Id*** not the only winner. Dr. E.: 8. I Style will bo exhibited to fouraceneis and! Judy Jackson, Darlene : ;; activity in Stuart t LI' ; Ilf

: : :: UM1 4ill 4il4ii Opens Here at Civic Center Buchhols, of Philadelphia\ entered ': Confusion on this voting on : McCoy, Barbara Jean and Cathy was considerably greater during I f f1!
fcsy .01.41,5is 35le' .'"* 9e4.. a 3-ounce pyramid sinker teacher. In Martin County for t, JN Tilt: PARK: children Ruth Hoke, Sandra and Suzanni the first quarter of 1948 than \ I ',
which he snagged while bottom the JM8-49 school year hat resulted street\ dress, and play clothes. Davey and Rosemary Taylor. during the first three months of ,t I ,
The second semi-annual art general Interest: Visitors will be fishing After considerable discussion In. Superintendent R. K. i 2. BEACH SCENE: sport 'and Style exn>o.teii. are evening last yar, record at,the city halt >! 11 \ t
THE WEATHER exhibition sponsored by the Fin handed ballot upon entering i (the committee! on Rollins calling for one and per- play clothes, with George Knick gowns from Dugan* Little Dress Indicated Monday 'j I t r, "
Arts Oulld Inc., opened at 1p.m. aDd are urged to. leave them at awards, comprising Neal C. hap two special meetings of the erbocker u style commentator. Shop cport and afternoon Despite a dip in the number f
today at the Civic Center will the door upon departure There Bishop president of the Stuart School Board and trustee before frock and children's style from of permit Issued during March ,I I
3 ON THE AVENUE: In this
fcfrll*! sue. -k M r*.M. kf close at I p.m..and reopen' from t tI no admission thargs.A I SaIlfIsh Club; John Mann, fire the end of April, h* announced. : : Stuart Department Store Tots' to four, smallest In two year' for i ia I'
= scene will be girls' street and afternoon
.O'Klr .Urt-lw''<*MmrMt 7 until 10 &. nl&h'Houre will new division will be children chief and official welgher-ln-; yesterday style by, Slocum, afternoon tingle month the quarter total
Ys'.ss-,,, '_.. be the tame for the second day '* art Work which will be and Ernest: ., F Lyons, managing Th trustee' met briefly Tuesday frocks, and sport by The Styli Shop, was $7 ,400 for 24 permit in the
ie.ul. ,. ::- of the showing tomorrow) Judged by the Guild committee editor of the 8tuart New, votedto for recommendations patted 4, BEFORE THE PARTY : ports and afternoon dresses and city Permit' for the similar
i .If :: Th exhibit entries for which la chare of the showing honor Dr. Buchhol wll.Ia to the board that night, !but remit -"Ready for a party," the model children1 style by,Oreen Department period in IB" totaled only 17 J,
'"'I Is .05 is closed Monday, Includes oils, ....- Because of the) bowing tonight tithe bottle, of whiskey mlnature "* are $Inconclusive, and toot will exhibit formal evening and Store with valuation. of $33. 00, "I
soil t :.ae:,s 4s1p is tenolor, black-and-whlU. photography th* scheduled meeting size yet ready for release, Rollins dinner gown. J, a Gray faculty sponsor of The taps in March ran 1?
>tI$ 1' .2: : ', wood carving and Guild at the Woman Club 1 These prison were presented In said. Incomplete listing is the The ityV** shown will be introduced the Beta Club, said (today that 'day before Harris Winston was t
; sculpture Prise will be award baa "been called oft," Mr, C R. behalf or the Stuart Sailfish principal flaw ,be added. The and described In all the show promise to be even Issued 'a permit March IT for' 0
t lNatll' AiH'..... ed this time on the bull of popular Ashley, secretary, announced 'I Club by "Jerry. Smith\ 'one of board executed only routine workotherwise scenes except the beach, scene better than the one given! by building 6f) a $8,000 residence on ,
...:.::\ .I' vote' with the objective being yesterday A.s k result the Oulld the director, at the faiewell and conferred with the by Janice. Arbogast Jerry Ann Bits Club last year.. Admission ,Lot 13 and li Block (. Dixie \ ', I ,
'j: 'greater public'participation next, meeting .to expected to be!(gathering arranged for the pilotsat band association on the new budget Smith. president ,of the Beta will be SS cent* with proceed View Subdivision frame 8* 'by t 4

''f1It"l., ..iif in the how .n< ,an increase in MaSS. the Sunrise Inn Sunday night I club. I Is director of the chow and going to club"' activities. I S2ft: I j f :f'1'

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i SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the .. MM, MARY.,.-HARTMAN Society

I : r of Mr. and Mrs Boor 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ja\.l1a\
"" CLUB AT SUNRISE aNNR.otaryAnnl at their I I
BRIDGE CLUB SATURDAY i SHOWER GIVEN Carlberg guests of the Al Shrtgleyi 1010
The South Florida,, Plixesun'invention < | home Sunday will be Dr. and log in wedding annlvew'
fACt (') of the Episcopal:I, Mr and Mri. Edwin A. Men. 1,4y entertained the Mrs. J, B Arman. Mrs U A. dinner t the Blue Oooc Satui.,
"uiurcti Will be held In Miami! .1 I nlager were! host to the Saturday I MRS SZYKA Rotary Club at' a dinner danceat Trek, Mr and Mrs Volly Townsend day night ,
CLIO Bench Tuesday through Thursday I i Night Bridge Club at theiri Sunrise Inn Tuesday evening, \ '.U of Went Point( peach --a- ,
ATVAd' at AU Soup Church, with I i home In St.torte fe tatei 8atiu i r r'Y d ? w'r At the pool before dinner they i Mr. and Mri Whitney\ / Hines Q( ter Mra have, Harry'returned Fogue and to dautb'WMI,

the Flamingp Hotel M 'head. {:I| day)', High scores were made by Mrs.' O. L. White and daugh were entertained by a1 swimming Palm Beach and Miss\ Helen Plains, N. Y., after two< ...eeta.
J' l t qiiMtirr Attending from Stuart i Mrs. R. BMcPht'son and U \, tr, Maydee, were. hostesses tor ,1 exhibition. Miss Marjorie Jason Millet of Fort Pierce. Stuart transacting tauslnisa. 'I
apart wilt be the Rev, R. M.\ hIlton, i I Arbogast. Others present were a stork shower honoring Mrs. :and Miss Marcia Morse did a -" -:=..-_--- '1'
Palm Mr. and Mrs. H, R. Sleffen and I I Mr. and Mrs. D. 8. ){Hudson, Mr, John SZyka''or'Miami March 26. swimming ballet, and Bill Armor >+ 0 D 0 G' oao w""w--=OCl ''Stat
at the White home on South Albany 4 tt former AAU diving; champIon -
WbficUl< Mr and, Mrj. Bror Carlberg;, and I and Mr. Earl I, Rlcou Mr and ,Ave. dames were player I gave an exhibition performing r
',!'11I4ltel'rran: '\ e.;; A eqmp ny. :I I Mri. John; M. taw, Jr., Mrs. Ar- and many lovely girts presented t many difficult feat FR Y TAVERN I Ar
slbly i III:'Mr.'''FenMI "will ,be till guest, I>tyrant and Mr. McPherson The Mrs Szylta by Mrs. ElwOod: Out In the dining room red gladioli
I 1 club will meet again April 16 an' and Miss White In 'twin' given for the occasion by ahSc
O II, OalUfibfr\ : of New Bruns-' at the Rime home .In EldoradoHeights. ) cradles decorated in blae, Plait George Hlronimus, decorated the n DRAUGHT Sc.a
0Mb. -,_, .. _. .__ __ .. .. and whlty.Reireshmenti. tables. There were also gar ..ad'
*were served to I IMra. I denial for the GOBLETS '
Dora Johnson, Mrs A. C around the pool- Ii ,I I,
New and Used Furniture i IRowelJ, Mat Maq I!, Apostle, Mrs. I completed the evening. o '
IJ. A. Jamison, Mrs, Vernon Mrs. H. H. Hlpson and Mrs
,. Lr'r IAI.!:1ft YOUR BARCA/NS OLD/ FURNITURI Chasid, Mr*. Glenn, timer, Mrs, Evans Crary who were In chargeof ACROSS fROM Sf- OFFICE It'I
|IJ. L Campbell Mrs. Cecil Don- arrangements, were' assisted COYLE
and E I
MINSCHKEOLD I tildson, Mrs, Dugan, Juanlta II I by a committee from the Rotary KAY
tABLTQN HOm SLOG Dixie/ [Baker and Dorothy Law Mr$. .t \\t Club of E. .Johnwtck, Orover II o o !I====:a''
,- --- the former Miss Joyce King and Harris Lowery, Jr _OJloc: =or.o
1 Jamison=
: and her husband tit a
student I at the' UYilvmltv O'

1 1s CLINTONE WAX '!'!ftt'B Miami.TO CONTINUE; :

It'* Sprayed Into 111 Cracks and Crevices Three tables were in play s For and Support It'I
Of four CarMOTl I' Thursday when, the Dutch Tn-..' Vote
Club held} its regular meeting at
) SWAY the/ Civic Center alter luncheon,.
YOUR CAR r.ULFllxFO WHILE IN MOTION I at the St. Lucl Restaurant Mss

Vo THE. Air MODIRN Inv.lod, 'MIHOO toln_'OF Tkl LUBRICATION. N.. M.lbo4. Edith Coventry.Mrs. Earl RK mi!
I and Mrs Stanley Kllrhlnu held ANCOCK
liogh wait The Dutch 11 cl! G.M.W)
Stuart Service StationW. Club has been a imfjulur nil. i italnment

& BEIN. Mi.. GUL eaoDUcts pa... sloe I will c-QiUiimc! lot to winter, nwl visitors diiriiit: nut,ihGHddcu It'A I

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ORIGINAL EXALL1SiLE Glid-N Pint of ,eua / Wedding

Held Island
Saturday on
Liquid and
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AI 4 Saturday afternoon at wall,. mother of. ute brldrgro&m( ,'I / $. I
1 SPEEDOLEUMLinoleum the Christ Memorial Chapel on chose pal green with orchid W, i.
Jupiter Island, Miss Patricia accents. a
Louis! WUmot, daughter of Mr. t
WEDNESDAY,. THURSDAY, FRIDAY Finish and Mra. Arthur Leroy Wilmotof Best man was Nelson Van Son I
and SATURDAY Kobe Sound becamt the bride and ushers were Jack Hartman,, I
2.14 : FOR of David Bloodgood: Aspinwall, John Worrell Sieve Willln, Jr.,
VALUE r I J/ BOTH son: of Mrs. Howard B. Aspinwallof .
:: APRIL 14, 15, 16 and 17 West Palm Beach. In a beautiful and Willard Marshall.following
....- i I AS'lOd.1'A- double-ring! ceremony before the ceremony a reception t
-"". an altar banked with white .was held for-150 guests c
eddy lice! U
Hems m 'Y
Many For Your Selection
::;M Drug dace. DlKobU, ....ltk. gladioli, pink begonias, blue In' the parish douse of the
Replenish Your Needs broll'alllas, white ealla lilies and church. ,
: i .wtiitt iii solo Hari
.. palma\ Bishop R. E. Orlbbln united Both young people were graduated ,I
J Iinebsm colon.OriM
l Im to Jcat. '
.-..... T4 .l them In marriage. Mrs from Martin County High ,
AI mriyhl to era; pIm.lnm accompanied
: Charles Rue on the School Mrs Asplnwall was a
.d.0 sad hehdoolieswill organ Mrs. Theodore Chambers, member of Beta Phi Kappa at 1
vocal soloist. Averett College, Danville, Va. He I
| The bride was given In marriage Is studying engineering as a junior .
,W.w.! Co. by her father. Her bridal. at'Carnegie Technical In I
r gown of Chantllly lace and Illusion stitute. He Is a member of lieu
sriiflirr Diii J 'LJ lt'. "Where Fishkg Begins" : had long pointed sieves Theta PI. ,
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and was made with fitted bodice, After a short trip to New York
THE REXALL- PhoneS with bustle bow, and court train. the 'young couple will live in FOR'SH
Her veil was of Illusion and fell Pittsburgh, where he will continue
Phone 11 Stuart FU. I from a Juliet\ cap of orange blossoms his_work .at Curnlgte.MRS. .
She carried book
I ll ft prayer -
_... up on which were lilies of the BROR CARLBERG RIFF
I valley and white orchids. HOSTESS FOR BRIDGEMrs. :
Miss Jane Farmer, maid of I II Bror Carltx-rg entertained
honor, wore fuchsia taffeta, withmatahing.hat with a dessert bridge at her OFMAtfTIN
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I i and gloves, She home on Sswalls Point Tuesday
SPECIAL I carried( yellow carnations and: afternoon. Two tables were In COUNTY
|palergonlan. Bridesmaids, wearing play. Invited were Mrs Charles
II I pale blue taffeta gowns, with R. Oreenlees. Mrs. R. A. Men- ,
[matching gloves, and carrying stinger, Mrs. Talmadge!! Wilson,
OFFER !I::: yellow I carnations and blue her mother, Mrs. Mason, Mrs. J. PEOPLE OF MARTIN COJ NTY IN MY CAMPAIGN o' WHILE
Iris, were Anne Whittle, Barbara E. Taylor, Mrs. W. R L-ach'and AT THE SAME TIME Al 'ENDING TO THE DUTIES OF THIS'
Hannon, Florence Lainhart, and Mrs. Paul Hoenslwl. Winning OFFICE.
I Jane Hlgglni. high score prize wa Mrs Oreen
f re The .brkle', mother wore a lees with second and third/ goIng j
crepe gown of aqua with white to' Mrs Mennlnger and Mrs. 1' U'.hI PoIiIiroI ..4.I .",,"" -",

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-OIl Nip Delray iron Stuart In to critical take the-spot lead- -tor enabled good- Sailfishers Open Play in West Palm Sunday opposition team from twice Spartanburgr&'C this we 'it-e. 4.., 4 i iA

In the 4th
igers Inning Rain topped will play here at 3 p.m, Saturday -
the contest In the top of the Giants
a and the Okeeehobe
anu'- 7th frame after Vernon\ Ftowen --- -----r---- (
'" ,hit a home t'Utthat was wiped t LINE ON SPORTS will come calling Sunday ak 1 ,
ow to Melbourne off the books. NEWCOMERS I IA DODGERS$ TRIP p.m. '
The score by Innings; 'Cecil Jackson limited Fort

tb.' Stuart 200110-.b 1 'T' Rodeo Coming Here Sunday; Pierce to six hits and truck out 1 )''. t '

dtsk Martin County High-School baseball force faced the Delray Bcactv and Gall 300 001 W.-4 Owynn 1 4Henry SPOT CHAMPS'INITIAL FORT PIERCESingles sight but the Dodger had to.' t.t.Il.Il t '.
'I1Ie from behind to knot the'> 't 1
next six
I I at three game In the day U their season got and C Owynn. Football League Has Merit come .I I
starting nine became mar or less_ i iihrh count In the 7th Inning before I I
the e
way and Stuart played Its first Inning i'l"I
a wader Jackson blow won It In the extra :
pwltiona game here Tuesday as Melbourne LINEUP. By ED MENNINGEK JR., by Walter Jacob and h \+/ .
OaUle flU! be ,host to the 's gangling Slot McNlcho- Bubber Jack (0 n sandwiched,, frame John Curry mace'" I 'f,,J
1 2rt outfit in an Indian Rive two tilt of the past week". Del- las fashioned a neat no-hit game For the first time In many years Martin County residents around a peer to T D. Thornton a home run for Stuart first two '.I(" I,.
tallies in the second Inning 'ff, ,; \ .
tomorrow aftn ray Beach opened its season and 1-2 Besides scored Jacob In the 10th Inning
Zence as gained a decision '
game have", a chance for a look-see. at a full-seal) rodeo without havingto
Arnold Form Tile score by innings:
Battery ,
and the Tiger come home host to Stuart in Bdynton Beach stopping the Tiger batters to,, give the Stuart Dodgers a
travel far to do it The county cattlemen association Is. ,
1'i' f rlday and Stuart came away McNIchola doubled to open\ the 21 Drilling on Improved sponsorIng .4-victory over the Fort Pierce fort Plerc .010 200 000 0-1' 4
(after- a 5-4 Victor despite garnering' tth' Inning was/ sacrificed to Local Field the affair at Spillway JO In Indlantown Sunday afternoon at Giants at Little! Dixie..Park Snu- Stuart .020000 100 I-4 '
sday afternoon Both totj only one sate hit, by Bill Hard- third and cored the wl1y1Ingtally .. 2:30: and i Ia proceedlnglndusrlously( } to make.It ft success The day afternoon. \ )
!,*,. Wiii start at S:30: p.m. wick to open the fray However, on Lasallters long zip to -- show will Include !all the commonly-known rodeo events( and In* NoW riding a three-game winning Hamilton and Miller; Jackson \ I I
d t spill five walk and tour Delray er- Herb Kraft in left. A lineup sprinkled wit >durations ar,. the entertainment to be offered will be well worth l'reak0h* Dodger face and Mulllns ''r t.;' I ,

-> McNlcholas fanned six\ but newcomers but predommut- the '$1 SO admission. Stuart's baseball team manager, Johnny -- __ "I I
Jill five) passes and four errors Ing with veterans of the past Mann has purposely scheduled away his learnt opening game 'f; \

Pence Construction Co. by his mates enabled Stuart to two years' championship] Sunday SO this show will have an open.field If you are a fan tit> Your :''J! t01' t\\\ ,
count twice In the (th frame A teams will take the field at action with thrills and spills here'l your opportunity! i ,

to Phase 193 walk* in to quick Hardwick succession and three noticedthe error Wright Field in West I'alrnBeach r a I ,Tc:: TrIE K : ,

runs But the Bulldogs, on Sunday at 5 p. m.\ al4 The proponed! organisation of a Semi-pro football league "j ';
D"7 Bu er with Blade or Rake 'the brink of defeat, came back the Stuart Sailflshera open In South Florida I Is the bent suggestion athletically to come to F SENATOR ASHTONA k i t

Also rd Dragline with an Interference play two the 1948 /season of the South our attention In some time Light or nine team have been ) : '
singles and a costly passed ball Florida Coast Glades League Invited to the pre-organltallon session In West Palm Beach Vote For Laugh : \ ) .;:,

See 0 For to knot the score against the ,, combined I Red. Saturday night and on the not unsupported belief that Stuart The ScWn''a New Candidate J'' rtri

Clearing Grattvng Ditching, Stuart never came close to abase Rock: Cola-Carefree, Independents again will field an eleven come. fall we plan t* attend In lit I For the owl of Fame t ;
l hit despite Its fine fielding team. Interest along wlth, ny others that wleh U go along Granted '
Diking! Etc. hill chore by Win With AthtonTio the Laugh Ticket
and a sparkling Other game Sunday Will aelld the activity has been. hit-and-miss for two year* now, such i JI I: ,
Bruce Bell.tt, who fanned 11 and '" l
allowed only four hit.&. Beatty Owlston to Boynton Beach and an .organisation" certainly would nerve It key up public) Interest See' LYR Aft '.i
Lake Worth to Pompano. Loot The invited Stuart! mutt ,
barely missed the win when he and support. teams are ones likely William Powell Senator "hton to',
fanned Dyke to retire Melbourne President J. M. Ward of Uk' would play anyway, M why .not have! a league and a championship r.1
In one pitch after Worth said the'seasons full et cetera T Obviously there" nothing to low! MON. "THE SENATORMARVIN AS INDISCREET" '. J I 1 1. '
hari schedule will be released this .
1 I the passed that let In Las- week end. However r I 11
wPIAIf I sitter with the tying counter. : Stuart Man- The high school baseball team already ls ah'ad of Its f\nul\, I{ + toGO
y ager John N Mann announcedthe
Nearly 100 fans saw the matchMELPOUMNC Sallftehera will open their mark for last season and appears to be'on the upgrade tlome folks I __ '_ OOOt a 9kn
I Ajjsfiv had th'lr first opportunity to see it In action Tuesday. and will : .
AH K Hen home play April 18 probably
OR... I, : s i ? I L '? against the West Palm Beach again Saturday against ClewlKton and Wednesday against Coma 1 n VOTE OR a ; r !I ID

a.Nl4du I' 4 1 I I I entry. Ws understand Arthur Henry hurled I one of his best games In I r

U N..it'. ltt.'Ih 1tr II.ab. 1 I 1 I II I }I 1C.I I While Mann was uncertain Boynton Friday and Bruce Beatty, is a valuable I addition 1 to the !
I : : a .: T I yesterday of his starters Sunday, slab corps to keep the team In t the IRC chase
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T..I..Iu I S I/ : : he said Jesse Arnold on tM hill HCROWECONSTABLE
a a e 1 t and Horace Arnold behind the Indian River Conference track and field, relations will, be
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i : C CI'A bat probably would be his fin
t.rmwtraw I ..ma.bf I t Coach I la
Melbourne next month and lookingte
old renewed In McCoy
.15.I e +eb ass ,'........ ..."t I" > I t .III battery The Infield likely will Candid "
a ev b..N N5. his prospects to improve Stuart'* fourth place finish In the e For p '
tad Ray at first base .
are. Is.'d.a .i 1i HeLsley '
_has 4 II.new.Iwp I...lee / .- ".."... for II,'... U JIH 11 Leslie Quenzler at r-cond. War- meet In Vero Beach last May .Principal revision in the o 0 '1 ; !
Ana. C M.a .ap.raa lip M pea o 5.11.4 lu' rnaamn la ..... ren Shipes at short and Hank rule of basketball for next winter a* determined by the National n i '

,Mk.1w atamab.w M bkk .tae .. ITtJ"J" H. PO A *: Pennock f at third. Jerry Shlpes Basketball Committee In New York two week *g6 Is Di riot 3 "
nka.r In. .t /msfM...' ..'. V' I I : 1 1. In left, Bill Armor In center and elimination. of the requirement for a substitute to report to ,. :
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q.uM ta. n.a w at., a = CCTTLIRAS ti61fLRTOR H..... .10 l e e. II. .S .I Harris Lowery Jr. In right are the referee or umpire upon entering the game after he hay Subject to the Demo alit Primary. May 4, 1948 U 'i Ci'
w.kdlYn N m .dew .la4alarbs .. .
roO, FARSIR GROWIRBIHfIf tt . expected to compose the outfield already reported to the scorekeeper. More than one player wan i 1) I
\Kn0, 1 I I I 1 s Mann laid.Should caught on this rule here this past Mason. Hugh, Willoughby' D 8 year experience with, enforcement work inMaftm )1'I \ f ,

5tAf'VfTERAOSE dual urin| *l :' 1.1 5555* I I : this lineup be revised father Is I recalled by C. E. Still in the New York o County 0 1 II 4 ..,k. t;
lie said Elmer Oraham would "a
'i.:1.: : I : : Sun a* among the first person to bring the bicycle to America I '
S I 1H eIt
get the call on the hill with either n }3':
after h* discovered It at the great Paris Exposition in 1887 Your vote anp support appreciated
Arnold Paul Hardwick
1 n la 1ahtad or .
I fee J Kesel ,N 114a.m. catching. Nick Beatty may get and learned to ride It Evidence Indicate the nickname -Paid Political Advertisement j '
avYt.i Ow loal.,., "Gston" for University et Florida athletic teams was applied II
r1s. UHi n.. M 1H HI-Istntrl I call at third shifting Pen-
a. : '< KM t.l SalsRun. nock and Stupes to short and when the football team tripped to South' Carolina in 1911 ClOc=::: lOCl COG:=::tOClOc::=::t 't''t'o

t M .... '._klltnl M.Ni to.-'--C....IU lea. .,...................TinowdMt. second respectively Others,of and a Columbia (S.C. sports editor asked merrily upon the ." ,, - ;. ,..", ,. ..,"......
11.1....... .. K..ar". /. s.f& maims __ the 21 reporting at the dally team' arrival In the railroajl. station. "Well\. did you bring theallilton :' ', ,, !
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,.. ? H.wi'li H.r4wlc', ,. T.'M. .llt Cuba. practices Include George Griffin, with you*" Right then and there the Florida Gatorswere W't t E GLISHr ::1 i
.w. .C I b.Care... arNkjo4.Hwward I. kr S. H ttnlMoNlekolw....Y.., Ed! Howard, Harold Quenzler, I 'born and the name ha stuck through! 37 yean of. intercollegiate : COLIN
.ojl.- > .. Fred and Walter Rain, Jr, John athletic activity ,
fs"- Y..d W4., C-I"",. lenry Auaborn, Bob Johnson Opposes aSALES enerali ; '
-oat aad 6aet..e
'... } Bill Berry and Bob Preston All CONSERVATION REPORTS*

may get a chance announced to participate A well-trained retriever is one of the for'most, allies of the TAX .
Sunday. Mann He
plane to carry 20 on the squad conservationist, Wildlife Management Institute officiate reported i\ : :., j ;
downed birds that the most .
his ummer today. He will return to his handler T'
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Work U progressing rapidly on careful hunter working alone, might lo*>e. By retrieving birds !
+ he Stuart field to have It In top that otherwise might provide food! for the scavengers of the Held ,
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Imam .1 Mm tmk k mxana" N Me .I. .hl'" I
iUSQUALIJY shape for the horns opener 10 h* Immeasurably the hunting pressure on the 'I
and reduces .. ta allay Nand. M tII. amorea. hoe N p.e It .d h..v.. .. !
I day hence. The fence to extend remaining bIrds.MIgratory general mk.> ton plan.) IW burdenikMildwt I .asp ma aenw ,.m She: ?j i ,
CONTI around the entire outfield Is ol: Mae k..l obl Iq wry It .lepM l,, a .ppaad N a 1 "
: rising and Mann said w. few vaancle birds that winter In and pass through Cuba In i.n.I.l I ale .... f /'I\ ,

for advertising till exist their migrations will be studied by three wildlife dentists of. the After .!*...* cefltnw) yr.' "P ,_, u a eubm .1 110. 'i 1 t .
although he test confident all be ...mile d.,.,,_ of Ik* Sl.l* .. FlnCol.i. cod *l Id.. SrqM. ludglIk t I' '.I\ j jC.
one within a few days U 8 Fish and Wildlife Service the Wildlife Management Institute .....uI./ ... '. ln.l,ih It .._ <.d she. tho Monet ..maim! I I' '55 .
for the reported today .nd ,..cto.1. ,,,,.'10.of.......,..,._..... .._win bMc*..ary ''i t tI.
1 Pennants champion .wt She ..loll.. ....... SHmdd. be m. Ie ...........,. f" .
iallnshera are on order and will j jof.
6: FOR YOUR NICKEL be flown at the opener In cen- Crow control by Federal bounty payments Is proponed under And ad, Colto tnglkh M r.. ass. e.1asMminis J;' \
6F erfleld The Jaycee-Ctt9i will the terms of Bill S 2130 Introduced' by Senator Hugh Butler, of S. Mund sad *cnnil<*l fevriMwntalhind i.p tine .bmaaa Marl M. "/I ". ,
dmlnlilratiM l k* prnltM. ,.. He h proud hit .bll ly m a- '
F te In charge of the gate, program Nebraska, the Wildlife Management Institute reported today. .'...._ .A' a amass. and. a ........ h.. eulmd' th....gkol .1, I '
sales and the Concessions .. MKCniil Mroie 1S I l
I of emm.amt Mrwah alms emn .
I this year Admission will remain Big cam animals the United States Increased' their numbers S. a.ab.r. ;f rh. D..m.nb Cab4a1 oa amber *f rtir > .. raem '
a at 50 cent for adult and periodfrom 1943 Ui 1946, the ,....*rt.nt m.. b *rdl ad caaalisl'-", d. p (k* .dnliilitrll ay 25 per cent In the three-year ... .. .
li cent for youngster N+eama Cat".. ln"llik .,N sort with National CUft. olI I
11.8. Fish and Wildlife Service has reported.s..0motoO' I Mdir an.S.maad.nh Hi. fini ant gavmmonl by whichknwld9 ; t '
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Decision on the sixth team in UnlMd iMMi w,H .......... I the league was arrived at Saturday O : : .0: 0.::::::::s, Cl1 Ik.* rvnii* of Ik. iwt. ... i.1 i I

I when the other five\ mem- II THE PALM CLUB kol do... Ihlngi for Plaldo..md a.. > :: f if feat f
DU Cuts 5.5151. ready 1 '
voted for Jack Eassa Red : :
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I Oo Owrnr his old ixitlini* to *, .llInwrMH w Iklngi* Ikol will wn Ik* I 1'1
Rock outfit In preference to the U a MILES NORTH OF STUART ON n' ol ill rieiid b.d hit 13 I '.$.rM, lh.n,vot,lar .nd j J
arefree team that played a FEDERAL HIGHWAY/ :
third of the season last year. :t E fcrENGLISH )
However, it was announced the I .very Tue. and Wei) Niter : .
r wo will combine to form the COLIN t .i1''
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West Palm Beach entail to assure SHELD BAKER TRIO '
he Sallflsher of a tiff test 0Tn GO RNOR 'I'IItMSW

Sunday. Rue.ehel at the piano turd.y "itbta 9 : : !
AI tee M MO De.latk rria..ip 'to ;
BOTTLE BEE age well. Cots .pll0 Hmd.v.rteb Tai.h.m (.a )1
/ o SI 3 al paaraa lIe a gr..sw Plaid.. : 1'( ': ;
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I Rain 'Delays THE PALM CLUB elNN.be Mlehsd/.IC.asleadl. t I .1

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;( Golf Matches -- -- 7

r, .' Raln forced postponement; of} VOTE/FOR AND ELECT ,

he semi-final\ matches: in the

:hamplonshlp flight for the 1st

annual President' Trophy at

J t try Martin Club County Sunday Golf afternoon.and Coun-' OTTO J. MATOUSEK I

I atlvely Resumption for, Saturday of play is althought .set ten- kl

understood It mat be des iu I
.,. was 0iI
a. eyed until Wednesday; Thtl I,; I I I
matches will pit David Irons'

gainst medalist Dr Walter P
.' .;:,11 5 vey and Bill Armor Jr, SCHOOL) BOARD DISTRICT' ,
.,. gainst Al Buraanl who posted anioverpar i

core' In the 87 initial for qualifying the best (Boa of Public Instruction, Martin County Flo da) .= .

day. I

The championship 'probably Redden i Martin and St. Lucie County for approximately 15 year. Children eduols e

vlU be decided April IS cated !In Florida I attending Fort Pierce and Stuart schools ,,Stetson Uni rsity. t If

1886 1948 For:30 ye I i active in the business and professional field. 1

: : : ANTO'SSHOP. P..id.nt'. Board .of Director., Stuart High School Band Astociation :

A QUE Property .o< er in Hob Sound Salerno and Stuart where) I low" m ome. i i1

Oar son BIdf If elected I ill devote my ability and experience to the school of r f rtin County. r .
; '
:; : < I Ji7. ? ..tt )il l painting eator.d by i .

krtists. Broke China and .. .. Support Will Be 'Appreciated e I Ia

ric-a-Brac Meifded.MRS. our t ,

,t wW.w Cle.l.m De.MtadaLM t
10t1I1e UNDII,AU'"OI"" er f"\COCA.COIACOSCCNY'SY M I -Paid FoHUcal Advertisement

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between )Jensen Beach lion of f water, but fish )jIIft t duos
RIDIN' HERD Ol:==:loaoc::=:::=loal ,dreamed of f fix water getting no causeway 1nM W theta Is seem to gll to Jhut much hand
mlt tunrt 4u0\ "inudded up in transit" Good Intentiuns. and St to believe It WOllldmake the fish!! is just about fe
c reasop
I I 01 LETTERS i a tat where theory and every still greater d.n..reOl>e In tllII ant M the Wilier so far' M ,? I
"fa Got The Misery"i = -0= OI practice didn't work out the same Indian :River fishing Iwtween these fishing b concerned and con
Publlahed every Thursday at The! above three projects we two causewayl ciol! fishln|; too, and[ thereij, ,
Stuart, Martin County Florida By CAP FLACX( FEAR5 CAUSEWAYS; port history and Martin County With the tide pressure bchhid hero for both if the waters are u.
by Stuart Dally News, Inc, i (Carat Report) MAt DAMAGE KIS>IH>i; still hoi one more asset left, lulling will out to the draw or open and the nets regulated! ,

iA \ Florida corporsttott.f .Editor $tnart Newt and la considered one of the It few water short open go spaces to get -J l J. ]k FITCHFOliDSB.

PAGE f Entered M IeCOndclall'maU IM A SICK SIAM Not.a Stunt; ;dm-V' > tan kip me, My malady J read your letters. )rod answer best fishing spots along the East through M there to_ample ctrcula_' __ .. )Jensen BUM

matter at the )post office at 1 (peculiar one, is called,) fish (tin, to them> in the March 2.5th'$ Issue of Coast between J Jacksonville and ----- ,
C ILOAT Stuart Florida: under the Acts Yearly, ai rtgululy 11* Ant ill)tit hoist misery" shows. the Miami and with the proper planning -
VW of March I, 1879.A )>, up' my ,, upI the Stuart News in regard la and continue eftwe
protection may
FREE PRESS I know the symptom!! Tliev wont leave until 1 I; pull on waders, und Stuurt-OUocliobee! c a n a 1 and to be so for many more years With wX jowi

ofspa 35 YEARS: OF SERVICE styk mv feet into my beloved Sand Creek, and whip muddy water damagd and 1 quite the printing and distribution/ of

= and ... .... that gloj-ioul northern Wisconsin spring fed stream the
OtuMi4 between
Til Dallr H fish books
'0' with views i 425,000)(
r 111 Patin of 1934 and 1947 and 1H-4tt
X FREE PEOPLE .imr rublih In Utu.rt April Ulikti IIIKS.t years
witbfacint ltta .nit tb. at..rt Mnwn..r. Ntb When' Ei nle Lynns, hshing editor (ol f the NEWS along these 1/:,0on in 1948 Martin County has
aa, > rb. TlmM m oMdBt4 reads this hell probably "Nuts, Caps, bunk I trust tluit will aW! apace| t.
Mark .. III?. Till ....... Oillr 1 M 1... l say you ,been, well advertised at a
; .. ,..nd" ...... _. .. the business end eif 60 Stuart pretty
0. II lilt lu the
l > )Jourstll onto a /pound tarpon) in forum< column ( )
slblyts 1 I. odII... ... ....,., h...... M th. your fulling spot The plienoincnu
aoutk. 1'lorl/ Ikwlopr.4t with a six; oiinre rod and] nine thread line and venir Newt its icguxl lo I14UJlt'f01'/ )' development at Jensen> Beach. for J
a fish. Oiis mil' + like 1I1..lcrCfJp' t..&
diaup it 'gladei fog
pear ,
vital! project that is kitoeUng' at our the past few years is directly: of hi

Mar g tropic A 1mL"guv: slioub'n( I In Iklilid" for slicking' : with )libI I door, and l that it the prvtpxtecdcauseway directly caused from sport fishing,

lest loss lie \lnJ; the Gulf; Stream (fcir 20() years. \\onderful/ f How- brvlxe across I the tSIIO Indian For.a few years mine was (the

MEMBER ((8)) 19,48ry to I duet! teen soy of, ft: Rut, up In the: Ninth/ NNnmU! wlie-ne' lift Rivn tuucb I came !Isve' of tu the, robwill ;! only tiMirbt camp at J Jcnsiiit during .....
on snnl< projtatosoil' | tint,, ,tune 1 bud some choir
\ ; /
111J'ill I
1 i; 101"1'1 a Itt'l.'ldbgiJ.1( country through'which 'turn .
fuvr licen made
IrlM'lk.. (hot knocks) shied the \net
;Oods:; nrigin.it' puttem lor a trout stream, I eaiijht my flint frond hi' that; (plaints, Off' u...
.UK'S that. lime with Pius' ftshhi answer ut thai lime was \
lust opting| watereurs ego with i worm nil (lho end'of[ > honk!.. Now, line my
we profit 1) tlms mist-ike usiiimli washers before
may | > tliut pel f fishing
3I ---- in a theory. siiontv nuts'' : dry fly fisherman hundreds of
joist n
EDWIN 1\. Maxattvoxa PuMi.ber ; a. pO.51)Iatlll) \ avoid any I IVer to Jensen und """"
tll.'iltf.t r. LYta% .. .. ... tditwE9wiar Jibu1 tell.in are 'mils miUish I'UTOII und tuna uildictii: I rill ''liS fussy lira fulcra came 1Os5'
similar nmluU's in
A. MEM 9Noak. Jil. .. ,.. .clli EdttarWLMM jbinjt light reflection( and gut I a-Urs treated. with what nltuite us .qiurgrot that I did not think it kxtitnthesttupxm "
k. MITt'HSLt Adr.ra.Ina x...... J \\ he\ fur dmnml I .of IndianRiver me to, try to stop the net
lie ( from
[ ,itiiulit\ in Mug( elf fulurman's.. appcndlr: his, Hhe( :
.. ..
I 1Arirr. MENNtaEa "a..fn. x. was tlexepxnsed from ft, 1'" teeM fishing in order that my camp -
fuhnnunii) 51111111. in ilJ Tliut bow 'nub'II !
Ma-\l, *! MARTMAN' ___.... ... l f.( .Ski" &dl.. ) or .big pit. guy can get tits. Si Lilt.IMI..t! j I that. .Mini. or'' tourists might!( have more fun sport ,
I SUBSCRIPTION! RATES dirt was deposited( seats the (linn : fishing. Since that time there ire
'ay 'ltiwa. 0.. Y..r $1.00 ho v.... ......._..........,. ..... SPRING WATER TO ,UlS OLD (;()POKE h one of Codsglorioiii eel making! a thnm. / of sum) fount. twelve or more tourists camps litre.

.td.e.\\iMUI. ,.w-.t. kaY"n un ......."... Th. ....._... r..e..0 thO tt.ba. gifts to man. It's an experience pi blessed. solitude to Wader tight down the middle (if C thtf river: not !! several cottages that NHer.
"., rrt.re ,fly t 4'j ''.. : cole) stator. Jniole your piety) pipe commune' with eternal,verities and, leriomly'hitf rfwred, 1 with Would! hardy IK classed ai
.n.'' ..Mua47tW Fr,. ,. .. \ .. +la llu ill* fur nrub ;....... ol .n ... wry ( tamps i
Judy! quU' /putik, riffles! lanks. lugs. Inusli, aprons for ins, of trcMit tpt.I1I'( i>1 IIIII\t\ trolling! 'and pleasure, and from the best of my information
NYriOJlAUDITORIAL_ Mien fool. '4Pm into t taking!! a div fly when( they should l have knownbet,. boa rliling in tilt! Indian River on I at some time during each Winter t.sleerdN, r1.1'AVKLi.aardwatG. ,r 1
sL et
SSOCIATION .e,, And uftor youpidYM a !pounder for fifteen, minutes to wet aucuiint of these/ siind 1 )aura. If we I season" there has not been a / so.&rJsl.r._ nstrer. -' '
''nAO "our hundk n lease him Irom (lion hook. pat him on the beck) and any '. hud taken\ the' necessary slept In Vacancy at any,nf those' camps or' stetf B er.WA r NKftr r sin tuerr Be rho "-- aA.5k' : :
/I "on re'r way ftllui 111 be !net In vcr tutnnriow at five !Surprising, too, tune, we illicit!: have 1)I\IIOOt( gaudpumped cottages and there is still the complaints od Pie Krtp. d k r aeew+ ,a0.r.
,,:: MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS how ollen, he shows for amdiicr, ), battle royal Eve taken the same _
up tu the island and helped I"eluimlnate pr knocks shut the not .PFrnt Isar "'"
rk.tit..t.wd u.w. Pn pttM. d.I:mliJ.it.p.p.r, < .irfu.l-:'Jr M ..:n.-u'1,mubllntloi M.I i.p.utM..501.9w.1 :Ish l nevorat! tint during a KUSOIIIlia momptitues and nand I fishing The sport fishing!! bias

selfish port and art is stream fly t Cubing Except for flics. (11' pump('" atone the west doubled many time {in recent yearn
lie wonders of Gfa(1'* wny' which are everywhere, usually you'.re hOlt> (.f the river and helped! pro I I ami: ; Is about the most valuable is- '!U;
Tamil 'ilonelirn fagged!;!; you climb onto u bunk) or 1 lug< for i la breather to teat the klioro, Prom orobion. set of Martin County, live sot fish I II

to colonial origin. The real test is the citizen enthusiasmand idinire virgin pined. stately 'slits} birclus. myriads of wild flowers.., 2. Tlie-St! Luck Mil, [ ing Is ulxnit the same as It.was
determination tb share in the everyday work of makmjf.lhe Wr tricki, .ind watch (aver at work Perhaps, you wonder why tho [IbUy IK! same wIdth "wU'J"It' twenty y un or more ago,
; alur did rail make all trees, fish hiuli, and flowers alike It would ..A1A
government of the United States serve its original as it is raw' und wi (I !say "we" The fourth major jmijott" for
purpose. 'nix'? been simpler und taken. list time moaning/ practically ,,111101' peoplein Martin l County Is the contemplated(
Robert M. LaFollette. i Mntiii, Gninry ) llmuglt it brew budges( prom Stuart to the
lllthl;:'!S \() ihSt1E11\i) \ \:N'; ALIVE iry| wet plug/ ctitbuitir world he .i gr...Hi 'b''m'lit and Mill t keens, ami the present pLins call far
Etynbods's, talking' about going; to the big Indiuiilnwn Rodeo otherwise who should Jesse a tftmun, luke. riser or the ocean think M. lu have the ink I cteerxned a cauneway: across the Italian River
on April I 11 I mil him the pluns the boys are making out there Ohio villimit lidded filth. ill am) reassurance of an Omnipotent Mind. 1 I'm for commercial shippinge, nlxjut half way' between Jensen

(looks like the beginning! of an annual event \\hat could be more .Sways more tolorunt, humble und J \hopes\ more kindly after two or three contracted pruLticiilly I as much dept Bench and St, Lucie Inlet and
iwtural than "lndlIlIlown"! lyt! a cow bov and bronc spectacle, They hours wading Sand Creek even when /trout refuse tu take my most as St Lode! County, fur an \iiikt: would d.im-up more than half\ of A
might. even sprinkle in a few Indians and) watch the attendunoe double. seductive fly. lou cant be. a fibhernnin ,and not believe in Cbd but tiny have an/ mint ;and channellicnra ) llie rn'et. Wa idn't there come a

the Italian River and a turning time in the not very fir future!
Internationally" speaking the world! would heave a sidi!( of relief IUMII; und we have one jetty when we would !halo) back at that
if and would down Ubl and talk My neijlilx< Hit wiles that Miy) flowers aril) violets are alwneng a
Kjsry Joe sit together at tloislhillg and I.hl!; the iutct flint. not an and the fishinght the
their pretty I hoar'' thniu\sgh: snow elites( t Sap is running ui willows causeway !
CIr' it shuotin ..
into .
IMIt'- ( gets a war. ( .
llIt'b"I"'r. Indian about like
Rivet Stuart Is
An Earthy tangs! in (be air. Robins!. have rclul1lJ] Candidates. reminded that political ads! should. he accompanied, everywhere and trout, flash gulden( skins hi spring siinsliin Our near 8 Stuart in p'irlhiil,ir wait vary' kmkiug, ut the Stuart-Okecchobee""
cash the bum I. This is Flnriddluw' 3St town '((788! (people) b 20 miles Neighbors< ? VMiip-o-wil! at dusk mntli enthuses! over dicing l!:!: the canal and the fishing at Stuart? r
by on designed primarily keep
SllIurl.OL..h"I..>e canal when that There is a wkle of construction f.JE f.
the when the big bibles+ bite Hoot owls. l heaver 'wens day with fawns
free ride
tour opponent irom taking a on newspaper( Naturally, was first talked iilxnil. 1",1111'mlll'h'\ and costs of bridges,
and We have from the last open span
always a mijcstit qiiiuludn electricity
us the wiinuT. you wouldn'rwult, him to do thu If he pays foe the ... somevvkit
tranifornier nnal tm winch in that wildernessvery "pep d. as"over( the prospwts of an open spun bridge
_"If.(( think. twice before he : on u provides us '.
he'll ; runs again.And
mode'rn !service' we enjoy> 'hi Stuart* Presently, this old cowpokewill a loge' yilnmr nf/ yailit. buslm.Msetc ,like (he one ut Palm City would last
crank. his and with his wife head north for Creek.Fu thinking, that the eilu volume a good many years. The causeway
jalopy our
[for the \bfiifil of all politico, who not be familiar with up(
( miy I
of iiics tlrar from Luke Ft. Pierce made
water at
h ilis will be cured. WelV cut few browns most of quite| a
tHirJjvjJllnrs:J noon 'of Wednesdays Is the "final filing' ..latfut ad. > a, put em
Olprtholwe\ would! do mi harm 'to in the fishing South of that I
to in ,.' '. buck and wbrii Oct. 15th, roll\ i-ound well wbitenzo, and economize
\\> IICKt.ddy'I
J = 4I"'eIII'" paper HI Stuurt"'again .. pcirt or tnmmcrtlal..r fuhlng. never- ._bridge in the Indiun River Another

Dick VA Artier. who served at publicity teas for jho sailfish Club
this winter signed olf lost Saturday after sending news stones onStuart A SPANISH/ ( SALUTATION I like Is SIEMOS DORADOS t
to ImiKlreds of the ADIOS, Meaning Golden Dreams Cod Bless You With this
fishing!! / newspapers throughout country
Tins lIs 4 vu.luable! publicity and should be resumed in some form next slug[( of copy vow guest reporter ,,,lutes those: 'who may have been
winter ridm herd with him )in the NEWS this winter Its the end of the I
trail for the season. (hoe liked your town. and the folks I I've met. FLORIDA JAL OU S'

t Subscribe 1b The News before you go North und keep informed I came here' On assignment. for lIt>rth'rn ncuipapers and magazines.And .
all sumnunr nf developments clown here, \V ho knows we might start "plan to return yep even tote provided a big brown
building those new. brklgo! trout, doesu t cutch und cat me raw tins 111m mer.
Thickest Aluminum Jalousies For

Pouf. that tins 1an a ricultur.lllliea ill (Xinring!! through/ the Indiantovtii Mankind in far too many places-M hungry. We can
Parking Hint duly in the form of l eantifiil squash. cue.urn, and must help For hunger it no ally of freedom The
hers; string beans and Irish potatoes Out there last Friday taking economic machinery of the world Is stalled and damaged STRENGTH LIGHTNESS DURABLITYABOVE
picture for the mw agricultural, ; booklet we asked where the potatoes. &f a result of the war The machinery must be repairedand
dime !from. nets mlornied that a man had planted a small patch for started, again. We have tools and part We have
'and t lie hid the This what is just as important-the "knowhow.We can HURRICANE PROTECTION
i garden trot; v> many to ship packing! -- ,a--
\entuic Wongs/ to HOY Segree and !Don Hall who have ovine over to supply that "know how" and guidance to make effective --
the "sand 1.lIIds" hum the Pahokce area the[ aid we provide. For this aid i is our tradition tradi- I
lou rooted in freedom and progress COMPLETE RAIN )NTROL
7' oaoot ooooo -seiseHorticulturally John W Snyder


Bulo etches T10N
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One of the !prfttiest trees tint grow aroiuid, Stuart is un evergreenof International PRIVACY ,.
the "'Yllt'elamll) of winch (there is a whole row Mk.ng the street Sternog
in (hunt of (the D S. /Hudson l and Lloyd Travis residences: Through all Keepsake and Woods Art iCarved
t the!, i ears I have 11d in the same}nelgrlwrnood. I have wondered about/ Diamonds and Wedding Kings BEAUTY E HA CES. ANY
t those trees. where they came from what they, were, and how useful BUILDINGABOVE

(they; might be in landscape beuutlficution in Florida Experience: proved C. E. WAMCER r
that if transplanted while small the seedlings' would readily reestablish! &

themselves in new locations und from the parent trees a great many
Jewel 1
I h"ve been started off in various locutions about Stunt' e
f But still no information was available regarding the! identity of the OSCEOLA AVE. J STUARTLauterbach

trie Various "uuth intltV have expressed offhand opinions that the
I \ (tree was a juniper or a hamaecypuris; or cedar or "something' else. VIEW OF JALOUSIES OPEN t'
) So finally llie oilier day I broke oil/ a small fruiting branch and"' ) mulled FOR FULL VISION AND VENTILATION
it to (the New York Botanical Garden for identification 77

Bock came the un \\er. This evergreen tree botanically J is known
is "allilrlt/ ccliimctlaru It is a native of Moreton Island, off the vast Mr. T. Reid p _
oa'i t of Australia The first name is pronounced! us-if spelled Kal-EEtiK ,
hi Ms native land the tree often exceeds 00( feet (In height and i If t
I I ,lughly ""Vilutd: for the tamer which is close-grained, fragrant and durable Representative
i Isis used for piles of wharves and s.ieal.ung of boats, because it
icsistsiljf: attacks of the teredo (water worms) ; and it '' an excellent OF
L cublne *ood.
i 1 Sit)sere is a new tree for your 1 list of trees thuS make Stuart distinctive

L ,
The Kahn Co.
t n :7 '. E A. MiiiiiiiiiiiiinmiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiHiiHiiiiiiiii Tailoring '


I :=!:: WEEK'S POEM HiiiiiiiiimiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiTHIS Indian polis L_ JIE1 VIEW OF A OUSIES

)'II, jiiiiiituiiniimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiitiHiMiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiuiiiiiinHSIIINC INTERIOR SHOWING U VISION,


.i 1.,' I marvel at his patient as FEVERI he hugs Will Be At Our Store .cla.Lku: r- t+ 1

i' I Tire leaky boat, his matted hair askew; ORDIR Nd VI t

f Immune lo blasting rain and stinguig bugs, Tuesday, April I, 13thDYER'S ABOVE: VIEW W. Will B. Rushed A* a ores, Seas.n ,1
I \ His 1 line leapt thru the air wilh'hope anew OF JALOUSIES Approach. .
i The sun descends with fan that .Is amazed CLOSED FOR 'STORM PROTECTION

And! :jeuclies out to touch his flaming btriw;
Ills limbs art petrified, his eyes are glazed
His hours top the farmer at the plow '.
He does not sec the azure of the skies. SHUTTER
I 'J"i Because\ on" thought predominates his ll Jid; PRODUCT CO.

y 1' He changes huge, bright) plugs fur scrawny flics,
I Then swings to frogs and slippery pork rind.fi DRfr GOODS 'F. O. BOX 945 STUART FLORDA
J : Night finds hint brown as toast or drenched by ruin,, PHONE 267
)t Cut dawn finds him out In the boat again.
I # ... Annette Victoria I

to v, "i! .1.1J

lt 1. ... .;. .....a.. ._,......w."J> p,1.s....... l""' ,'" "
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\ miiimiimiiHiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiniiSOCIAL | \ \ TO VISIT HERE Woman's Club M and Mrs James Kevin j Mr, and Mrs Harry Brown of ; I r'' I "

I NEWS GARDEN CLUB Ryan. White Plains, M Y., are: Orlando visited her parentsD&v'- l I ""f'
spending their honeymoon at and Mrs, Tom Bowie here1ftsJweek >! I
I imiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiim I I I t I l l l I i I I I I I I I I I )I l I I I I I I t l l I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiim I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i I I I I I I : State Meeting WILL MEET the home, ot Mrs. M. Harklns,I end. 1 j \ I
i ik.p II
CALENDAR OF EVENTS IN MARTIN COUNTY 752 Stypmana Blvd.e '-a- r; 'Ii I'
/ -. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wlndlahcwleft :
TUURS., APR. Sj; Fine Art Culld. 8 p. m at Woman Cub Set April 21-23 Donald Burroughs, son of Mr*. Sunday morning for Tit lt I a, : I )
Beta: Club Fashion Show 8 p. tn at high school! auditorIum MONDAY AT 2 Vf O Penny returned to Stuart home In fort Norrls N. J They t'

SRa1 FRI,, APR, 0: Xlwams, 12:IS' at Woman f Club; Cardan dub April 31, 22 and '23 are the for a four-day holiday, at the have' been residing durlng; ne"season .: \ J
executive boon), 11 .. m with Mrs Franklin)( Jones. dates set for the convention of Penney home,on California: Ave.j at the Majestic Apts! :J
. SAT., APR 10; High school baa|],game, Stuart vi Clewuton the Florida Federation of Women The Garden Club will hold Its Burroughs is a $Junior at Stetson\
330. 'l Clubs in St regular the auditorium .
; i Petersburg with meeting In
I ., *. ... UN, APR.:% II; Kodeo at Spillway 10, Imluuilown; starting vlth I senior headquarters In the So- of the Woman Club at 3:SO University. At the end. of this I
! freebarbecue/ at noon. Rodeo at 2 reno Hotel and ,junior at tIM p.m. Monday with Mrs L. >E. quarter been his record of having t
the honor roll
," MOM, APR. 12: Garden Club 2:30 p m. at Woman i Club Pennsylvania Hotel Ashley, Mrs G W. Conrad Mrs. quarter on since he entered the every unit .'

I TUBS APR 13:' Chi l Scouts. 4 p. m. at Wumiuts s Club; t.O.0.F. l good Hemispheric Government relations in Florida and will L. A Arbogast and Mrs Tal- verslty is intact.e .{ 1 I "
8 p. W: at Woodman I H.ill All Circle! I ...
Baptist : Lottie Moon, I 3pm. 1 be featured throughout the con madge Wilson as hostesses Mrs I
hand of M I'I. L. Kttkliler, Vault Walden, S p. m. With Mn Ralph ventlon. Womed from Venesu- L, ,A, Arbogast, program chairman -' Darrel Smith ot Fort Lauder M ;
Johf son Ulmer, San lIich, 3 p m with Mi.* Wilson McClure; Elole Jackson rR I lela, the Dominican Republic announced the program, dale was a visitor in Stuart SatUrday I J '
I 7:30 p. m home of f Mrs Ronald, Cues; lie Amigos, 7:30 m. lit l'Honduras r a'l1.I I Argentina, directed by Mr. John E. Taylor,: having corns up to attend i'h
'$' Outboarl Motor Annex Mr*. Dorothy Pierce, hostess." p. I I Ecuador and Canada will participate :vlll be built,on 'The Knack of i iI the wedding of his son, / ,i iIi

BAfER WED., APR. 1 U: Rotary, 12:15' at ChKlmlms; Wommt/" + Club, in a forum for an exchange I Making Bouquets" David AsplnwaU ,
SALES AlSERVICE209SID 2:30 p. m. at Womuiu Club, high" school biisclwill cumSluurt n. I I of Ideas. There will\ be an. exhibit of -----1 1I
i. Curoa. 11,311., Keynote address will be given novelty bouquets made by the 1I /
by Mrs. Hiram C Houghton, 1st members of the executive < omnlttee I ll/ I IIN Ii Ii'I
:TIIURS. 15. Dutch 1
11 Api. Treat UitHliwn' I Uriljc.) ; 1 190: p. m. MISS LOTETTE WEBB vice-president tit the General Members are requested
Chin: Onter, I I Miss Webb! nutrition field repref. Federation of Women's Clubs to wear bouquets or corsages of lAestaf s

.. ''N<1TE: AiiiHHiiKtiiM-uU; fur tlw wk' ulnuid. of uctivilkt <>.lu-r lluiiitlinw Oov, Millard Caldwell will'speak their own' creation All lovers aeaSI 19 3'lJ
Both of flowers and growing thingsare
I speeches will be broadcast
repihiily Kfhttlultid ,1lI1i1' rinih the;Mficeof THE NEW I : IESAIarR
VET Movies Invited to attend the meet-
J LECT nn Tuesday to lie imtudwl In (lie calendar, Publicity I iIialrnH-n ,Cotes: chapter Tuesday to ilisiiral and projects discussions will of illustrate I departmental ing which, the chairman promises '

are Invited to phono annminoenientt; not ngul.irly tchedukd.) !Ideas and plant for a better and clarify progress for the they will ftnd Interesting .,j 1
community nutrition' program!. i year, A nominating committee and Informative. ;
CATHOLio WOMEN STATE GARDEN MEET and chairman will\ be elected to I. ,: :
PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN for the Florida Federationfor APRIL MEET MONDAY s 1 '
annual convention
of the
The Rev T. J. ot< .6t. Reb'kaQ held their first TAX AND T LaINvesr1CAT
Geary Florida Federation of Garden Mrs Lily Wily was hostess to the next two years. Candidates Lodge l'
Joseph! Catholic Church made Clubs will be held April 22 and the Presbyterian Women Association already endtxsed and April meeting at Woodman Hall Nttscaow I
the principal address at,, the 23 In Jacksonville with head. at (the home of Mrs named' by Federated Clubs are Monday. evening with 33 attending I TItLE tnwa nice .
An honored
guest was a
lunchon meeting of the south quarrra at the Oeorge Wash Fred L. Hall ''on "Osceola.Ave.: Mrs. MacKay. Orlando president I past president of Rebekahs from FLORI AABSTR I' \ ".
S Sb '' Ington Hotel. Mrs. H Swingle-. ;; Mr Horne, Madison, 1st I .' j
east coast Deanery of the ,,St. burnt and Mrl W R. Leach will Tuesday Mrs. C, A. Carrlel had' vice-president; Mrs, W. W Armstrong Washington, D, C. Plans were 1N1933
Augustine Council of the National attend to represent the Stuart charge: ot the program on a St. Petersburg, 2nd vice- I made to entertain members of.f T CO. I I'
Council of Catholic Women Intake club, An Interesting program Is theme of< Cultivating Neighbor-' president; Mrs C. Morris Long, the Odd'F..llowa with a frankfurter JIM NNRDY, : I
Worth {last Thursday Oth. promised, Discussions include I lines." Mrs C, A. Lees Miami, corresponding secretary; roast April 16 at the Vernon sill FLORIDA ter 1 'Il'., ; .
gave Mrs Joseph Lawrence Chason home on St Lucle I ssa I II'
such subjects Egan '
as State alms, future I j
talks .
er on subjectswere I lre
roadsides. seeds of the devotional and Mrs. Willis Eustls treasurer Crescent t ,
Mrs. Leo LaBelle ------- I '# i iu
given by and accent on youth. Three note-! PagH t read an article on the'"Old Entertainment has been plan-
.1 1 ugh 'D. wart of Hollywood, Mrs. Charles Pop worthy addresses will\ be "The Santa Fe Trail* Mrs, Homer ned for the three-day meeting u"mu 1 I IJQUG t :
of Hoiriestead and Mrs. H. B Everglades National Park" by Vivian related an, Interesting Juniors also will have a full tNAI WE HANDLE $ f
ol John Fennekamp. "Let There B schedule .t47J"S ,
Wells Miami Beach > story about the Navajo Indians of business sessions, ALWAYS / W 4 I
For flowers by Dr. J. Hlllls 1FT S
: sectional meetings, speakers anda I .
The til-day meeting'wU held I' ;
president of the \ Others attending were Mrs. forum.ln which Elena Ivanls- .
f lli
1 TAX ASS SSOR at the South\ Ocean Beach Club Florida and "How Plants Mlller'l I Mary Porter, Mrs Anne Mac- i sevlch daughter of the Ambassador E1 IC& CREAM .; I \
and attended by 250 women. Attending Into CUltivatIon" by B. Y. Dowell Mrs. M. R. Trimmer, Mrs from Argentina to the Drop In and HaveTYour Favorite FlavorAt ft 'HP', I :
ilified, paple, .from Stuart were (Mrs. rison, head of,nlant H. L. Lyons Mrs. J. C Freeman United Slates.. will participate. Our Mjjern Fountain No 9 .i. '
I i Progre ire Osrald LaPolnte, Mrs O'A. Meyer and Introduction, U S Pepart- Mrs Jennie L, Brown, Mrs. Grace New offlc'rs also nlll be installed Drug Sundries! I Cosmetics t
I : ment of Agriculture Alderman Mrs Julia Oallt Mrs ,
M.4. Otto Kubln, Mrs Nettle t ra
I '
i Hsv. 0>a |ViTjfoHUcal Schnorbusch, Mrs Nellie Pet- Ivan 'Taylor Mrs E. C. Young Mrs. L J. McCaffrey, president DANIEL'S l
toni Mrs Joseph Rltch. Mrs DON IOIETTS LEAVE Miss Martha B, Lummia. Miss of the Florida Federation. 'I!
Aclertlsemont, Stewart Springer Miss Dee Ken Mr and Mrs. Don Lovett and Anna Dunn Mrs 8 A. Marsh expects an attendance of 600 at I
nedy and Mrs. Ernest Rlcoul daughter, Marcia, left Monday, Mrs Andrew Plttman. Mrs. this annual meeting. The Friendly Spot I l\ the Post Office Arcade Check t aye low Greyhound I
(for their home In Warren, Ohio, Blanche Lowery, Mrs. Howard B. 8& st the drastic rise ot ''p J
after two weeks with Mrs Lovett Lee, Mrs. W. H Carpenter and TOURIST CLUB HOLDS IIv'og' CDS Greyhound fares are .' I"I"farea t
's uncle, E. W Clark Her r' l I
Mrs. Ralph E. Frey. SEASON-ENDPICNIC, even low than U years ago ; {
1 St. Luoie Restaurant aunt.Mrs J. R Pomeroy: and Poker GO OR HOUNDSAVEICome ,;
Mrs f'omeroy; entertained themU PARTY NET5t"; '
A small but
THE HC\SE OF GOOD FOOD a farewell dinner Sunday. The games party by the 8tJosephs the winter congenial seasons remnantof Tourist tJ.t 4Cmdi 1M e..rlcM ::11 f"'
tVe Other guests were Mr and Mrs. Ladls Club athe Club held a season-end picnic at e t. anp, t.u.Cn.d. ,....,.., v I'' :
of .
lender Management Harris R. Lowery'. Jr Woman Club for the benefit of Fort Pierce Beach last CHARn. A GUYHOUND 1\ ,
Thursdaynoon Paint &
AND TSIMAS n the Red Cross netted $50 chair Coffee was served with the Body ShopOver I e J.' 1,. I INO r
Mr. and W. R.,,Leach entertained man Oerald Lat>olnte announced covered dishes OAIYNO IUtlIAlION i t1
Sentiment I
at their home on Tuesday. Arrangements. were Chixhol 's Phone 321
the visitors thought ( A & P 2nd Floor) t
A TRIAL WILL \ONVINCE YOU alls Point at mid-day In charge of Mrs Nellh Pezzont ,
honor of Dr Rideout of &W-I assisted Mrs Stuart a good place for touriststo SPECIALIZING IN UPHOLSTERING ll I
SPECIAL LUNCHEON 7Se <* by LaPolnte Mrs spend the winter" It was reported !
| Requerts For Special Dishes Filled ft j'Canada who Is the C Conrad, Miss, Mollie Rico, Auto Painting ,- a Metik Work II
of the Rev, and Mrs.,W Mrs D A. Meyers, Mrs. Patsy Attending this last weetlnj Custom-made Slip Covert Top I I
MEMBEt Of MARTIN COUNTY ClVMBI* Of COMMERCE._' dridge Covers were laid for j McCord and Jo-Anne and Phyllis, were Mr and Mrs Frank Schlos- Sport 1 1
-. ----- .- -tight--,------ -_.Constance. :__ ___ I I"Ji1 ser of Vineland N, J.. Mr. and -- r
'i1"i'Am'" 'I"in'i1'TI"il'mi" .inr.i..iJTi.ml\il'.ini..inj1fi J \ .. '.i1 il .rl ;.'.ri '.r\TI'.rl'mm'\ 'I'il'' '''I.'j'ni1'.ini'l.r.'in. \ '' .' Mrs.Mrs J Alfred. W, Wlghtman Sharp of Tuckahoe of Stuart, ''I' ;; ,

L. N. J,. Mi's. Arthur Wlndfohr of .
Port Norrls N. J.. Mr. and Mrs ,
g E. B. Chapman of Arlington Va., I
? Miss Cella Atwood of Lock. N. I
/FOR-AND/ SUPPORT Y. Mrs. Emma Slsson of Stuart, I In And Sfee For .
Mrs. H. C, Moor Ypbllantl, YoujrselfHOWHOTPQINTOISPOSALL
riji Mich., Mrs Luella Woodland of
Chester Spring Pa.. Mr and ,
?: Mrs. Bert R Smith of Locke N. I j
r Y. Mrs. P. M Colville of Detroit '
Mrs. O J McBride of Stu- It
'art, Mr. and Mrs 'J. P Rhodesof
Revere Pa.. and Mrs John I
I Halterman of Dividing Creek, I IN. 1
J. I,

:: A delightful bridge luncheon
':\: ; was given Friday by Mrs. H. 'H I
; Thayer at hr home on Cleveland
We Tastefully arranged garden'J
", ; } ; '
',. ;.,' >', i !?f \.' .;:: lowers gave a spring touch tote Simply Drop Food Scrap Into Drain '. '. i
I. !, party. The following guests i
I, \ ,) 1; ; .' > ;::::
enjoyed the afternoon: Mrs O,
( ':'i'if,\ I ':;/ f \', W Conrad, Mrs J. E. Taylor, I ...Tluy're Shredded EleAicolly And

'J :,' ) i:: Mrs. H. H. Hlpson, Mrs Talm. I r
'..,: \\1'1"\.i, ; 1//. '/' dge Wilson, Mrs r, K. Mason Washed Away I Safe, Easy, N-Cleoning 1
\ ,,. Mrs: Harry' Swlnglehurst M-s
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< '" >: ) c
I Backus, Mrs Howard W. *
"" '\ > e Before food \ia become '
\1Jf.-,1 Nealll, Mrs Errvst Davis, Mrs scrips even 4
.. : ;; : :: Evans Crary Mrs Paul Hoensheland garbage the new Horpoint Hcctrlc: Dispoiall l 1
tt; { I Mrs J. R. Pomeroy, The *
&MROYCJBAKER high score prize went to Mrs shreds them and \IV&hes them ,wtia ; ,

NealU Backus receiving Mrs, Hlpson second and and third Mrs. v f down the dr.in-the sanittry a. odorless e
+ .
e a 1 s. irises. :way! This amazing unit is self oaringL .

> + time '.., Jess lac ,
t: Mr. and Mrs O C. Crews and \ 1 r> ing-and costs n : a j

}:: son Clyde spent the Easter weekend month to opened! Fits 'mosralany sinL I L ,

I with Mr, and Mrs. W Come in and ask(ora demonstI iontoday.'t
Long In Daytona Beach.
"'Long returned with them for A'I "4' ,
i wo-week visit hers

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'Sheriff of Martin County' PAY Dow T : Istdl '' ;

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In the D mocrKic Primary, May 4, 1948 f.; y 1. i r41I
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RN AND RAISED IN FLORIDA And A Rewdejit Florida 23 Years. Roy C< Baker I EINFOR GSTEE t J y*" ..1ft...* central f ever.... b
,IDeJA Trained Law Enforcement Officer vfh 3. Year Military Police Service, B Year on the 1:'; nifty Krapt .hits drain apse;.|, t tlI..c. I t} "'
) Yeas Has BeenChief o' Police of Stuart. <.,,"'d! sever sad turtjt ;u ,
Police Department, and For the .t 2 :G 1 hi ;
As.d1. ON "1. wkm
.If. Has All re.ment and Enforcement of Safety Regulations In, i:: pail 5
E.e.IIe Record for Uw E CONCRE .',. ,I ,1 ,
he> Community of the American Legion and belongs to the Masonic y* rudy. I .,.. ... f
'adm He U. a member of Harold'Jots Post BLOCS'STEEL !. Turn ..'' ...U ratr, which !I .r.owrw. r ZIr
ar euleal.Ne.Ayee.M..M...Sere,. t
art thraddta'. .' ... r .. .... ROY BAKER IS MAKING Tl6 RACE ON HIS OWN INITIATIVE. & ALUMINUM 1.p aA a Oa 1


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hOt SIX -- '11ii STtiART NEWS, 5TART &W\11N cown; ftOa.m4."tlt'aSDU. .rI\I\ 19". -

Indian River DrivePulverJohnson '|Miss Ethel WlllUma rendered "I, Walton-Eden Property Owners- iiiiiMiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiii/ ; ion and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. In PulMkL N. Y.Mr.They and Mra.were Don accompanied -? P.TA MEMBERSHIP EXCEEDS

_. tove The*" and "Because." Club will convene in the Walton Walter Uptegrove of Bewails by also spent QUOTA
* -- ------- -- of Pulaskl
The bride given in marriage Community Center tomorrow JENSEN NEWS Point, left Saturday on th Ryan
The l !
r ,by her father was gowned In night at t. ISis requested that Champion tor1e\ ,. home in the season/ here. membership eamBan|
| Vows Said 'white slipper' satin and I lace all members! attend. A social By CHARLOTTE 1SELLIEBstiuiitiiiit.iitiitiuuaiieitussiuaiattsig Maria, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Walter UuWgrov and Mr.i the Paren1' <-Teaeber Ass&it t

I" I made with titled bodice dI lull l lI 'time with refreshments will conclude ;, '" / Mrs Barbara Person of Walton and daughter, Marion spent Satittrday which 'closed AoriJ l WM ,
I skirt entrain. Her finger tip veil the evening. Mrs Charles was calling op' friend here and Mrt. Joe Btelnef ceuful and, Die Stuart
'In Jacksonville March 27 'of Illusion tell gracefully and Moehle chairman of entertainment Mrs. Isthsr McMakan ol NeW (Sunday. In West Palm Beach. Increased its cmiag
Jerstx !. the of Mr. and Shipe attended mambcrihlD
would like her \ guess Jerry
PAGE By MRS. VIVA C. ReM? .-- -- _._ ----- -- was head'caught dress into with a halo effect bios- be present to give1' Cotnunitteyto voice to a M\\'&.' A. A, Kendry for adays. tey Jessie Quinn returned to his Warren the and baseball game In more than the required J
orange home in Mt. Olive N. C., Tuesday cent to remallon\ the
CUDAT A 'wedding o< \UlUSIIAlutertst\ ':Krueger, Mis Johnson\ la the I Bonn She carried a whit Bible I 1-cent party now In the offing Allen, Kendall spent Tuesday after a short visit with his Vero Beach WdnelKlay..rter. Honor Roll, it was annQl Haii.!,.
I daughter Mi1' ajid Mm Andrew topped with, white orchid DRIVE ASSOCIATIONGIVES In Miami tons, Bert Quinn and Mr. and noon. today. The total membershlB
V on !
to Drive resident!: Wai"that 6fMfsa'Thelma Mermaid of honor Miss: KatheMn and Mr. John! Horst have i
Mrs. Qulnn. Mr. quired wa Ill T
Johnson and PABTYA Harper and .
Mr. Pulver'Is SPIt pt and Mrs. George Wallace th .
Point, Ind..
A4f J,'iohnsotl Walton < I Mr. and Mr*. Emil Pulver, I Ensey'of Walton, wore a A special committee of Indian I left Thursday for their!\ home in'Toronto Eric Sandall of Cleveland arrived returned to Crown spending membership now stands it\ .
to, Harry E. Pulver of Jilogota.N. A program of nuptial music blue dress and, carried a bouquet Rlvsr Drive Association women after spending flv. Monday to spend a' vacation for the ummer after Breeie With this pew enlarged till
span. jT, !Solemnize Matt* 27, In ,by Miss Alice tAmest Included "At of pink roses. Fred Maddox ot I members headed by Mr, *. Waite' months\ at Pins Lodge, visiting friends here. the season at Ocean of member., the Stuart on.aatlon .
Palm St Johft1 lijthertn Church In Dawning" 'To a Wild Roue'' and Jacksonville served, as !best man F. Coehraae with assistants Mr. I Mr. and Mrs., Horns Tutors and Mrs. B. 1, Ivuiek of Grand Park. hostess expect a banner yZchievement
Withf Jacksonville \by the Rev\ ,. C F I Shubert'i, "SeNnadeSoloIst |and ushers > were Leon Thomas '11. T. Oatjln, Mrs. Don i. Rome son ol Gainesville l spent the Rapids, Much arrived Saturdayto Mr. C. H. Alderman friends was" &1Seymour' Mrs. M. H. !R/,
and William Loest, Jr. ThebrIde' ,i of her
faclWstbiy Inello. Mrs Troy M. Deal. Mrs. !i week end here with Mr. and sir*. visit her parents. Mr. and to a group after said.
I mother wore an aqua suit James : of Rio St. Inn Tuesday --
Askin W. Johnson
a Mrs. tan Jennings Bv TUtoa Mrs. W. O I bridge ---
I gown with black: hat Garden- Mrs.( Max:!!; Shalnjeld and Mr. and Mrs. Boy Lang and: lucle and her brother-in-law I noon. Three' table of Ohio Mrs. Betty
which refreshments Alderman
.F:_ las'!'o11owlng formed' the'her' ceremony corsage. a rejjptloa Mrs. Helen lawns, feted 17guests'at |daughter, Sandy, and Mr. and,, end sister, Mr. and 'Mrs. Allen ,I were enjoyed wen after served. Highscore Lewis Gamble Mrs, R. 5. Rat v
a gamma party held in Mrs. Robert Gray attended the Kendall
Mrs. E. J.
Arnold Ward
son Mrs
held In the home Mrs. NhKlpp.
was made by
Walton Community Center flatjurday game In Fort Pierce Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sniper was
'Mrs. P. 1. Thomas were Mr*. Miss Elisabeth Robert,
'of Mr and
HerteU Those playing
who j
I nightArousing Mrs. Nora Uptegrove, who ha and Mrs. Barbara StOner,
i decorated\! with pink roses, gresn- attention six been voting her daughter, Mrs. have spent the season at Hen- Char Gay, Mrs. Jennie Brown Mrs. Seymour. Gideon. Mi*.a.

|I frY and thmi-tler.orange ,blossoms.bride's'' cake I door prizes awarded tow Mrs. H..Joe Sleinet, at Pine Lodge, and firy's..left I _Monday. ..tor their horn I,and Mrs. Julia Gallt of Geneva ter and Mr* Alderman
--- -- -- --- --
twtiebrl :; T. Ebner Mrs. Margaret Ludlum -
garlands was dervedby Mrs. J. Blackburn, R. V. Ankeny, 1
Mrs. E B. McKill! with Mrs "
Mrs Blackburn and Col. Wilbur

book I 1{|Was punch W t in bowl Austin charge Miss presiding of Beverly the at bride's italiC-the |//1'Phelps.A M.social Deal, In was hour the the games with winner.Wfres.lv contest HE P. LYONS

I *"
j\went followed.
: Following the reception Mr I Member of the Walton-Eden.
I:and Mrs PaLmer left on a wedding I
)Property Holder Club and their
trip over Florida. For traveling -II
I friends,
numerlng around
Mrs. Pulver wore an ensemble -
I {gathered at Community 611.1
in black with white ac-
Walton for a covered-dish '
I '"ssorier. I
and social evening Friday '
I Th bride received Her educa- per PLATFOR
I night Moving ,pictures were I
1 ,
lOll m the Fuel Pierce schools
shown and games enjoyed.
Florida State University where I
Charles, head of committee
hc received her AB degree and\! Mra.1;
I the affair had as assistants .
jn MA degree from Columbia'
r : : I I Qua De Maesschalk, Mrs. E. R. '
University She was formerly
Escott and Mr* Alice Lennard.: i ii
;" teacher in the St. tuck School -<
Pictures of travel through: thai
and is now an Instructor in
Spring Park School, Riverside.JackbOuvtllc Western States were shown by I II
Gordon Brewer And Georg II J Jr i
The bridegroom f

TAKE HOME 'Pent three wears in the ;Navy, !I r Weems.En route to Walton,, with a1 j .
A BOX was a Columbia University student -i stop In Savannah to visit Mr. Pled "S 'i ,1&i'
arid In now majoring in '
Sitty..' OF mechanical engineering at the mid. Mrs. Ernest: Bull Mr. and ,
I : Mrs.. Robert Morgan of Mld
r University of Alabama. le-1
NORRISWe : town .Conn., are expected
Many residents along the Drive
f rivals next week. Mrs.. Morgan j
give whole-hearted endorsementto
Is a sister of Mrs. Leland Hub-i
the Fort Pierce Concert Association -
ANDIESTODAY bard and with her husband will I i .
them Mr. and
among be a guest In the Hubbard homeon
Mr Dun J Romanello of Eldred

who attended Tuesday when ,, DeVall the l Drive., Merle and Lee w*Il-1 i I

Gladys Swarthout Metropolitan 'known dance team, 1 is back" from END
Mezzo-soprano, was presented in I
Have Installed the Mfet Up-to-Dale and the USO show tn 'the Pacific.I
the Fort Pierce Grade School
Modern Candy Servi e I IrJ Martin County. : auditorium.Mr. r 1 and the couple are honeymoon-I..
I! ing In Eldred as ,
r .
and Mrs. Walter Cochrane
The Norris Refrigerator display Case Keeps and their house guest, Mrs. :i''and Mrs. Raymond Phelps. ]
De Vails wire married lit Chicago -
Candy Fresh and At Proper Temperature garet Ludlum. who were to Mar-I I
they I been guests of Mr. and Mrs. last week and chose Eldred ,
Year 'RAind ''ert Brinson of High Point N. for their honeymoon' vacation I
'''because and Mrs.Phelps' '
Mrs. De Vail
on board their yacht Wild C"I friendship dates back' 'SEINMG'
Assorted Selection of Fre* Candles at All TimesSTUM r ni for a trip to Daytona when they started as professional -
r Monday, were held op In dancers.

'Pierce ol inclement Yacht weather.Basin on Monday account I II Mr", and Mrs. D. A. Dann>, en.i HENRY P. LYONS Aggressive, Independent,

M) fiODR'THE I night their hosts entertained on I I II i-Lauderdale route from to wintering their home in Fort In i' Progreisiv Candidate fp!* Representative

hip board with an Informal goj j I
I Muskegon. Mich., stopped for a
II AU. STORE" tun-away partyPROPERTY .- visit with Mr. and' Mrs. Rubin I In my announcement' as a cand(date or state at far as I can learn, where sewing S la permitted

OWNERS Ctt'B: I T Johnston in Walton March 31. representative! in the Stuart News of JanuarVzOth! I. legally in the inside water*I IIt "
PHONE. 11 STUART, FLA. PLANS) BUSINESS MEETING Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Ebner of j stated that I would call "a spade a spade" aty also U the most rediculout condition: that I have

--- -.. 1 J .A_ business_ ,,!meeting _of_the Eldred were guests of Mr. and j'i stated at that time that a State Representative i.a i. moth ever heard of in all my entire life, to think that
-- -- Mrs. Don J. Romanelld March
public and civic investment, and to l be sure and n ke an industry employing an average 24 men parta
131.I Misses Sunday Ethel they and entertained Emma Clark the I II good investment by voting for me. time, operating six seining rigs, called "BLACK

I and George Miller who are down Two weeks previous to January$ 29th, I had a. MARIAS" are permitted legally to interfere with

I from St. Paul Mimi, to the I ncunced, but through no fault of any person or' pet $6,000,000.00 annual' tourist business and the

The Man Best Qua! ied and Best Equipped to be Clark winter home on the Drive. sons, I was disqualified. A lot of'you folks and m.commercial fishing business thereby affecting
3'H Florida's Next I Mrs. Margaret Ludlum' who friends are'of the opinion that someone tried tq keel the income of this whole community.. The name
Cove use Is '! for several weeks, has. been the I me out of this race, but that is not so. The real reason: given to these rig by the fishermen. "BLACK

house guest of Mr. and Mrs. WalI I being that/ it is just one more good reason why the MARIAS" implies just what it means.
; ter Cochrane of Ankona left the
middle) of the week for her home I state of Florida needs a brand new up-to-date Const: Not only interfering with the chief industries

D .N In Summit N. J. While here Lire.I tutlon. of this wonderful county of ours and already
I Ludlum ha been the recipientof Our wonderful' is 105 years old. In 18811.having destroyed the gill-net fishermen'. livelihood .

$ many social affairs, among 63 years ago!! there walt a constitutional conventio thereby forcing these men to risk their lives I
I them a luncheon Saturday by held in Tallahassee. -Since then, our present Con day after day out in the Atlantic ocean, in order '

I her hosts. In the group for this I tution, drafted 63 years ago has been amended 2 to eke out meager existence) and if not stopped,

'I informal l party were Hiram Dan times--over'4 times as much as that of the Const wiU) be the ruination of our county and cause the
leis and Madison Week of New
tion of the United los of millions of dollars invested in thetourist
York and Dr. and Mrs.; J. A. Oat States. When I was disqual lid many
McCA TY I lin of Eldred. last January after 'filing\ first time for this o ce, business, hotel business, grocery business,

Mrs. Grace McPherson, 'who it was because when a law was passed changit the general merchandise, and many other businesses

has been spending the winter deadline filing date two other laws should, haeen indirectly connected with all these not mentioning

|Iin the Fred Dunphy apartment repealed. It was only through!! the efforts ti complete the many people employed in same. Not
Say th* Tampa Sunday Tribune in\ts Editorial I in Eldred, left Tuesday for a mo- cooperation of our Martin ocrati<(' only that these "BLACK MARIAS" will stop

Endorsement of March: 28, 1948. DAN'S THE MAN I tor trip through Florida before chairman, Mr. Jim Kennedy and of y ow. many more millions of dollars from locating here.

f will going visit to her Baltimore nephew where and Jam she persistence, that Mr. Gray, our : ate5 wa IX THIS OPENING OF MY CAMPAIGN HERB;,

lly, Mr. and Mrs, Jim Taxacre contacted ; and I am now qualified as for 1 HEREWITH CHALLENGE BOTH OF MY; OPPONENTS
and son, Junior. Mrs. McPherson the office of State Representative from Count TO MEET WITH ME IN FRONT OF ANY
I will return later to her homeIn because I want the job. GROUP OR ORGANIZATION TO. DEBATE NOT

Pittsburgh.Mr. Our Constitution is so messed up directed ONLY THE SEINING ISSUE OF MARTIN COUNTY. '

and Mrs. Max Shainfeld I verdict of acquittal was given in / BUT THE TAX PROBLEMS OF OUR STATE.
"Dan McCarty combine, young manhooA with matured experience! ot Eldred wilt be host tomorrow on moonshine, case just recently Soaring County THE HEALTH PROBLEMS OF OUR STAT ,
evening at a cocktail party honoring ; ,
untiring energy with resolute purpose sVaight' thinking with clear Madison Weeks and! Hiram attorney for the defendant read to the j from the Florida statutes that it )is
Daniels, New York guest In tin not the law
vision; firm conviction: with fair reasoning I full information with sane Oatlln home In Eldred. to sell moonshine whiskey in the state THE TRANSPORTATION PROBLEMS OF OCR\:

deduction: ; ) unyielding integrity 'with hums tolerance) sound decision Mrs B. F. Bridgman, mother I want this job because: I believe th able to -STATE.THE.
of Mrs. Raymond Phelps of El- accomplish a purpose. AGRICULTURAL' PROBLEMS OT OURSTATEIE :

with effective action.: His past performan '
ment. In in the Bridgeport Phelps, home.Ala., after a visit' capable than either of my two opponeifc. more J JNDUSTRIA ;., PROBLEMS. OF Ot'Jt,

After spending the season In Our government is made up of thnf departments AND .
Eldred Mr. and Mrs. M. U Tax- -Judicial. Executive, and Administrative, OTHER
acre have returned .to their I believe that I have had more expe !tome in these! CONFRONTING THIS MARVELOUS STATE

home Pittsburgh.. three departments than both my opponr ft.i combined, vlr UURo

"We are confident that we' make no m'ake in commending Dan Me- KIWANIANS HEAR If that is! true, which it is up to ml to, v''. Having recently returned from a trip covering 18
lois\ between now and Election lain states li looking for and finding medical relief for m*
considerationltf Day th\ .
Carty to the favorable the people of Florida--and DISTRICT OFFICIAL titled to your vote. ) ft en good wife I believe' fter talking to people-In differ-.

that the people of Florida will$ raCie no mistake in electing him William Knight of TItusville, Now, let'. get down to the chic '..uti in 'ent parts? f the country, the population of the state
lieutenant-governor of this Kiwanls Martin County and this election of Florida I III bound to double within the next ten W
Governor." Tampa Sunday Tribunf Editorial; !, March 28, 1948. district, spoke briefly on representative. campaign for fifteen years. >

the Kiwanis International's 1948. Summed up in one word that Issue is im In closing r. I wish to say this: On. primary elec

theme, the, "Citizenship Price of Freedom Responsibility ," at the portant the welfare and the prosperity olevery ry the'ion day:, M.y 4th, don't forget that all of you have
Stuart club' weekly noon meet- p non {In this wonderful county of ours, an% that privilege!] of exercWn sour constitutional right-
i Ing at the Woman' Club Friday. word is "seining." Shall we, or, shall wHnot. the.right! to vote. Regardless who you vote' for, be

i i Preceding his remarks Knight permit these dastardly seines to continue %s, a good citizen and vote. I am, now.asking you when'

presented' tot International to dragged around in the inland waters of M'in yo VloteM,1f you feel that I "n erv yon rood people>
Lon Tyson a certificate of merit County le1I17' in County and represent all the good peo-

"for his outstanding leadershipas To think that Martin County is the fie\ a
president of 'the Stuart. club me, because I
ELECTMcGARTY in 1947." County in this entire United Slate of Ameri want the job.

Knight specifically advocateda From Thanks.YOUR .
my own P rience in th.
whoM] I
H strong national defense "to of the Florida East Coast Seafood e fhls-prodsscisg bu5n.5, &act a. pre'deat: end> owee
help us do our.duties on the level a r Ida corporatlos. |
of activity maintained, by thlanation' personally before any. of .you and explain why l k w solicit your invitation to appearthat
seining can be stopped.
Y"' I'V 't '.. =" Governor fathers. Be said we
must develop real cooperation VOTE AND S PORT

", .. ',i'' : Individually and as clubs and APPRECIATEDbIw.
Klwanlans in particular, and IN MY R\CE FOR -
Subject ,.; stressed the heed ol disciplineto
make good American citizens
H* told his! audience There is State Representative
no peace to be found in any doctrine Martin County
of violence and w* most

..P.I Ceiltisat" 4enetle.soitj build to save and be strong? ,
The club had eight-guests and 'S (Paid r.utteat A4"rtlaeJDtat)
88 per cent attendance

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iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiimiiiiiiiiii, uiiiiiiiuiiiiiiMiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiimnTTi WORLD CHARTER .Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I STAFF SUPPLEMENTED ,

c&R$ FOR SALE FOR RENTimtmiiiiiiiiiimiiiimiiiimiiiiimiiiii I Social News of I Willie Lewis has Joined the ; :

immiiiWftHjmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiCash ) staff of Kindred. Superette at THE MAlriN<]COil COURT' IN AND 1IIlIN ./,
t Et"WttpOM Bungalow, newly manager of the meat depart- FLORIDA! ;

'Tor CarsANT paintcIL first class condition Stuart Cont'diiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiifiiuiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ment, according to an announce BN CHANCERY: s '
TMELMA J ijN/lOlkMt.: I
thrubVit, All Improvemiirts, ment by Henry A. KI/ldred'man. HiJntlfft, S

MAKE OR MODEL furnlsbedV Osceola Ave, ago r. Lewis hat lived here two v, \ I. ,
Stuart l\Io. and JIM had in : I' '
rental experience "
summer years n''I I ITO
one of the of ,
most attractive 1O.IR
No $d or cash iale\ Rent 161.tt per I handling meat In Miami and lTlCg 10 I. \ ,
Tape the late season parties I was givenat FRA' 'iii E.'O/ H>IKKK: MAD "!.I
month Sal Vero Beach
\rlce 16,60t I ad.
OROIN- Sunrise STat? OAxKIKt' NFW: VORKu. I IYn.
k PER WORD ; Inn :yesterday when -- ., ,,, t. '
s's joining lots, rich N K130 also b..h' ,ul.1 tlk "' tU, .
SOC FOIL 11 BEE: IAN HIOOIN3 two of Stuart new residents ,, ,. (1),1(I,,
INIMUM 1 uvn.ac 1 '' 7t I' ,
for sale, I blo : CUI.IN1MUM Joined in entertaining with a 0544.5 'i t 54 4 .1 !I" 't I
Si PEa WORD C. of Pelican HuleL Inqulr of COrLDS M.". 18 !to. .ull ,... tit...,.. blotehI PL, !.
FOR J71111II1I1I1I1I11111111111111"'IU" yard Motors luncheon and bridge Mrs Rollls "
151I omtoi 'j
.5 I
\ owner precise until f MPJU : : 41'n ifj.I'h'r.t: : I :
oa : E. Potter and Mrs Wells Llpplncott 005110. h. :: l-/ ,,
I I Apr, ,15 LIQUID MEDKJNE IS BETTER 'u 10 lOio'it, "III h. tokoc .. ..",. '' / ,,1, I Itoos i t, [ .
';, Hitter/ each. Flu, Phone 5687 ( two of the colony of Iiot........... nhat. al W.ji ......If. oi 04IOa ,... Oe.i .IIu..d 1. ereimoed 1! v ." '
/ Apru s.Ts aa Snug Harbor residents who have .. "0 ,0ll. It I I. I.rtl.., smiled. 101,0 iS.. '
TMENT FOR RENTIIIIIiIuIiIfthIlIIlIlIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIII 20EXTlfl OR RENT -fool rooms and ......o0q.. a. C.w'rn"0 0 .u L ...... "II.W "..C ..,',,10 waol IW .\ "'I I I'
I SPECIAL-MICUELOB, apartment river Reason come here from Chicago to make LIB.IR roor, (II esorli ii ...005 ,ii Lbs COcoa \ I
Rli* of Draught Beer ft their homes 666 co "O" N.... .al.ieoli. '
hostesses and I'i
were ,
I able. Kivervw Apt*. Apr I ...... .. .- 1100 I ANtI ,iuIJ' at ill_ \' 1 i
Rofa, Victory' Hotel: Apr I. II they had 1 18 luncheon guests, ..I...... il I. II ., ",r 5.4mb. ,A. ...... I.

: ;; ; FOR RENT Two bedroom living : with all but two remaining for LECAU MOT1CI 1114. : '
FOR lU.E1937 Oldnnioblle l TdooAwdan / J, IIIIJI1HIlt:: ,. .. 'I
U Radio heater I room nd all-electric kitchen bridge Prizes for high scores Notice or INTENTION TO at3.cria Ct.ck 5(11., (',,,..,, ('i iA; .

seat leavers. Good, new pile e bath, private en. I were won by Mr! Mason, Mrs ..... FICTITIOUS. .NAME. : : 'l15y'j', li: I :
condition. Edwin A. Mrs L A. N. to korrbr .lv mOM iS'S iOdmiec.4 :1 : :: 'f:
trance. ., "
IMP VaU 177. Also torn line old > sd., I*. protlalom of I ibm0r 'Ii. Sic I I i
Apr.11 AntlquFs for sale. 609 S. Calif. Arbogast Mrs L E.' Ashley and 51140.. ..... or Flort.. A... .. )2,1. YS.. A..U a. I', im: I 4
iifuiiiimViiiimiiiiiiiiimiiilmiiiiiiiOR i i i i i i Mrs. H. W. Neall .IU _I..... .1mb, $4. C"r .4 A. CI, ,tC --- ,= \ ,
I Ave J r Phillips. Apr I .... lit ... ii' Oasis' Vooir. rio' .| .. w.ADVuri: ltMENT ; ;
SALE I. -0- _' .f 'Or ., OiIItt'OUiO. ,,.l \
so.n >" -- -
im IIIIIIIIUIIII 1111111111111I111111I11111111I'' iiiiiiiirliiHiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiil.RVICE ) Dr. and Mrs Sellm McArthurof ,rhiV'irotW'tlio' AND, SAND Tleiit'iouSURF $ TRAILER' '- .._VILLA. .... IKunder : SOTlCg ot-I; > 'lOTION; TO R5lSlEA": 'L) : 4 I ;;. ii'1Iotl. '

OFFERED --j-- Chicago art at Sunrise Inn ..hli.* or will ...*. la kvilnjhavlnir '. nOn' IUSNAME' ':: ; il .\
.. ,.. ,,
TI1E.S\ EST SELLERS .. a. o.n.i 0 "Nis u. ,
fcu lwf.jHok
|1 EACH I.... afoul 1111I1111I1111111111I111111111I The most !weeping! economic pact In hutirry the Charter; ; of the i this week, supervising the completion Sound our. .principal Marlin' piano 0.' ....if.. ,100.. .1 .1...... u.dor It'. "v..t. 1'Im jIIf.- ,f.' 'Ii I .

TI TIC COURT at the Stoat ONBf\SeWI while supply I FjfltKE.VS TREE SURGEONS, Iriternitliiiniil) Trade Orgiinlz.itoiv.ilTO( : ) has been ngned In )lUvuna of their new residence In ar.mhs i'cat.pariloa,: !'.,;, .Ejj: *afcld<" t3:: *r.5"f. :: :. ':'j.I"I ':It 1,1,, ot'',1,1:, em I h.I 45r'i" "I'; .! i. t

IABTMENTS last*. \ NC Tree topped, trimmed or utter/ ; months of !daily meetings by more than OOdrrprewnUtivri( Snug Harbor Dr. McArthur retires vf Jloko : oct .511, 000mG III, ...If 't".n. l".a '- 7 I 1"", t I I.
FLORIDA from the of nlhwr *........ I I0ntm. .... spa' Ictipi of .' St
removed surgical staff > ao "
ART, "lydla Ball!" by Kenneth Power equipment of 58 nations' The UN Assistant Sectt'lary-Omtul Puck) Oven St an I oveewe 8 ,: tOIe: : .'t I, I.tIll:; ,,:: r.ftH\. i.t :
Equipped Lukes
June 1 which
rated. Fully No charge for estimates Have Hospital .
Roberta; lelt and? Eric \\ hlte of ITOi Ii,. rouse wry n.isnTe.lie I hI
( executive t'i
Apartmentse dangerous tree taken ) Wymlham- tttTftury means that In a few weeks his ( kfcEKJlIN .TtJAIt't lltll J.H 1
keeping "The Monerl in" by Thus kxik fiiilslml pub. AMI s. l>, M *. lossLEGAL nmlos' Iv' 'ti rtiisR.., ')
the which s
tens thufter : J..j
r gummer Rates dare of "before storm season OimmiuHHi, over! WAS lgncdliy residence changes to Stuart h.mIee: ; ole:I kOaoo, rn, .1!
Year Bonn E. ?.Nlckerson, representative M flutkmeilSalerno) -> 0- ADVERTISE MC NT H........ N.10 t.ei.om. "\ I ,.tot Ih'' ,'
All The Story( of) lira, Murph ____ l.lr ioleoet.d 1ft md cic's. Ie .,
T PAGE?. Mgr.TelephusI BOI 3306, West Palm Beach Miss "Winkle" Saunders THE THCNINTH' 5.1..'_ c5iioea S SI, '. Uu.hlo '," I
ky Natalie Sceti.eRrittanla gAtOLJIIIe8rT .1 Ut.1 0cc. .11'" ,"Ore 'tim., ..' .n. .l/1 .
$132 FliW. Telephone '30!, tf daughter of Mr. and Mrs H. M. OF "
Mullln Mrs. Sallie Willis of ,
Mewi.1 and ,, I
by Margei ', News FLORIDA IN AND/FOR MARTIN '.ero.4 I r 4 bo.0 e '
Saunders of Indlantown who
1'Hiroshima" ", $At.OATIblt 11107 KKU I'T
iiiiiiiiiMiimiiiMniiiiiMiiiiiiijRY Sharp EXTRA SPFC1AL-MKIItLOB, $Kobe Sound call'd Qrt Mr. and a student at the University of ... N, ISIS T luh Arll L'. I' L:' ('iS'LEGAI.ADYERTIaEMI

HOTEL by Ihn Hem King of Draught Beer Marine Mr*. Emory! peLooch Sunday Florida spent her Easter vacation ..i ,ml,. Manrr <.f I { ; ,
an" I llrbert UAKDIAMHHIIIDA ) I' :
"Young by Be Room, Victory HoteL' Apr I, H Mr and Mrs J. P. Wllbar Mr. by going to Clemson, S. Coo 11 A. 1'1.' '." ,. I Ioorice ,
CRAFFE Mgr "Rain tree Count f KLackrldges :._ BAPTlSfSBALLNEW .... .... I
L by to visit b:r brother "Mac .m.. 1 'IN THE COUNTT? JUDGES C (ST Of 4' '
and Mn. Fred Pedersen Mr and '
alr-eool h.- REFRIGERATION Saunders who Is still confined rAL I

a l, idern atmosphere, large 'Aurora Dawil"'rorty" ly' llerma Domestic e Repairs Me*. W. L. Merritt and Ann and to the infirmary as the result Nullr. 'I. M,.'.....,ESTATE rio's. .... aorllrlion .. FLORIDAC.... No. IU I" r I IIN

Wouk.Thomss. J. J. motored !. will b/..ad. to tk. Jurfvc .( ..h.1..11 REGARD IKK biiIlAl'E. : It I '
Solarium Call 233 for Service McCullum to Jupiter I'MAllY
of knee from '
tilde > PASTOR severe Injury foot. .. .
\ ; C /i of Ma tin Om''"i' rlorlda mAN HOED; ",1.., li al I '
ilng St. Nfl* River fliy Edwai LELAND T. BAUER Sunday afternoon to a ball. A recent operation on his I I. (ha.r./ C... |sue. ... hit. ofl. ,In clMoyKs.'d.tsmocl I I '
Stanley. lie C'.. il.ee. la M...... 'Inrlda. on NOTICE OF INTENJION 0) MAkE : 1 I 1 I
\Ining Rwm if church meeting knee proved successful and he Nmlar, T, link day at Mar. 'D. IO4. '
has hop'. of 0' let' loek AM. or .. inn itio.t.IC ,
wkate GotMf. Cocktail tR SALE-1941 Aircury I.door to'ENCER SUPPORTS for ".- OF ST CLOUD Mr. and Mrs. Chester Allen getting out on 0. 5'."..' ran "h* haard. for IwvrIkr ro AIL WHOM I 1'1 III A' tINI'hlINl: I I J I iNeU.
Marine RooiW Dancing, crutches soon ..4.. "..Il.t.. urelor. of mOo tuuilrnf ,.. ,. I ,
t, Sedan.l Mrs. W. if Barnrtt, Rio left Monday for their horn* In I. h. .Iy e ''h"t, ( 1 h4t if ,
ParrV In eon RloSLlJi vnen. Men's belIe Luella Dow i -5- I Id f A, Clock I an inromo.tfrill ';,}' : III..., m C nu.1, oss', .,..1 I ".,."'I c. f 0 ,
i.a. _Blvd. Ii.___Apr S Vy, 1191 Grant Av*. Fort By .,RI. 0, D. QUGLEY Nw Gretna K J.. after spending Mrs. William S. Qrathwohl of ....., .. .11..1,ci,.,,l'-eeieth.i. I" ... mil I.briM eoOo. In Ma''.. ::,; "o'd.'h; :.'.'' ,.,' : .;,mri;.; .i :;, J,;, t.. .r rIt.

)? I-ORSAIE Frr/! aJre. 6 ft neree.. Phone 197-M for ap- --'- the season here In their win St. Lucie Csescent Is in St Ma'aHospital ml. I "".,. ..k....... mere imrtk' ..larlrtollo ...... .1.0 ..r, H".d. .!.........d :ti I
Ismmer Rates I is cu d.'a.. ".5 .t ...: ) ,
ITS Also rnrJum six* safe.Cl1 pfelntment ttRTY I The Baptist Church has called ter home. West Palm Beach following .N..h, ".., Huluh-xl' Tw.nlrof ': h :4'i": ; ', ,:I" ';,., !',, lll. ''it, i .
Bath Sl\ -- -- -
.Ithoiit were S1I8 I/Polite I the Rev, William L. Warren of Mr. and Mrs' Damon L Silvers an operation on her eyes ,,.t..t 1I..m.. .. I."t n... H.dr.bi. M" I II'll 1 'II'( roy"
1 or JewelryApr PRO MAINTENANCE and "I, Ic,. 'IN Ti.iehip 40 Mo.lb,
') Rest Rooms I % St Cloud as regular pastor Ser who have been with Mrs Lillian -0- .it a. U Cle'. I,,". .." ", ,b. Aides tC N ', ;,'hIs, (.j'''' '
KMVklTISHfkl Ijs luh 2> ; (: It. I Ji' h.
J3II'tVEMENT 5 !' :
Expert care : vices will be the first and third 'Mitchell all winter left last week Mrs Harry Rlgglns. of Norfolk .h wWBy .., "I .he F......' t. a.H p'l of ., I; ..., III.. ,: II'

). of laini, trees and property ach month Sun I for their home In Trenton N. J. Va.. Is visiting her parents and N II .1: ... .. .. 'iIIoi .\,".iS..i1tI, ,>II 1 'i50 ,
tCOCOA\| TS It.to. Pineapple Sunday of with I lI. 11 I., SJOHN" .. rti.lla. ,hi. ml,. ItO '. ivies if'h"' I'.,'.". ..I .Or I '1'
ma w Private Bath plant- )ate Palms, Bougalnvillae (IIFIRMI ESTIMATES AT day School and BTU every Sunday Mrs Alma Hill and daughter grandparents Mr. and Mrs. W ,lor' All, Aim n- .0005 :, '.4 it"it.isI, \ 'I::' t
ly. NO C;(aT. Coutant t Troxel., A. JOHN rIOln1eR.: : o.t..t 'is, ii 'I "I Msh. .
$1200 Leona Hill of West Palm Beach Smith and! Mr. and Mrs. W. "S. A. C. t
plIII lana.l'eppen. .
loyal 0"ntur f > lita A. Xi< krC ...
$5.H Phone .. or Box S76, Stu A. Smith Jr., at their home In ..... ,
p. spent last week end as guests of OiIide ICI''II :
S17 II1oM. I'
L Albany E, M. superintendent
f Craig, Thompson, .
art. % U Wr t lain tt...rli Florida. , .. .
.. .
Apr8iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiniMifiiiiii Mr and Mrs. P. J. Scotten Rio. Sh will remain for a A.o II 110.1 AIl '" '''''. i ,j
I ApeS of Sunrise Products, Inc, of '5 ..d JtlHNKON .. I I
:-Bl'-LUO7Ia.- TT. Land-clearing:; : Salerno made a business trip to Mrs. Inca Yearly of Oolden month. 055 C.I'I.,-..... Building. .. :: ..::Ci: .r.. :,,,'.: : {::.1. ; l" I J 1 1do
Writ Rra.k 10.14.AIim ..
FOR SALE f Pus Terrier Pupa.. S sLl I Phone Haines City last week end Oat called on her aunt and Mrs Horace Atwood accompanied C .lee CuratorIK .d. ,
I ditching filling oUt ''TMI"Olt! 0,1,1 I'IIANCI I
IIUIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHlflllllll mo. old, ill each Box 44 orphonelt ttEEIRI Leon Conine of Kobe Sound uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bennett her daughter and son-in- Puk.. Ap, t. Had and II'k. II4K, Aft ,.,. f.m 5St'II( ",". A..I.lolnt', '" ;\\, ". I

J29-W \ Jr.. Monday. law, Mr. and Mrs Roy V. Emlnger ,"" 01"" ". ....",,,. 11': / ,
FOR SALE'IllIIIllllllllilllllllJllll .-_ __ _Apr.SFOIL ',--- called on John D, Stevnson I Wayne Fritcher of Jensen and to their home In Morgan- LI I. ADVERTISEMENT Fe'' M socI U. A..it I. I .i'.. 1,. I'. 'I4A. 4'{ I
(%RATION Monday evening -- --- t tI.P'
IlIlIlIll SAl AVON PRODUCTS. I Hilda Sword of Ber-' town, W. Va., last week for a NOTICI 0 L'N.T-E.N..T.I01' TO REGISTER 'I'
Commercial Repairs Mr and Mrs Douglas Shelton were guests I' TIT IOU. NAME : AL ADVIlRT'5&MENT l: I
acres oftfot farm lo .'ly lift box for Mother's In Fort Lauderdale and nice and Lotus Drlggera Sunday short visit, The Emlngers spent Oasis. I. .."'be .1.. .hot tho 'is.. "t / t '
tall 233 for Service were ,
I' three weeks here with Mrs. Atwood .0.45.04. '.. the p.'tIio.. oT Ikaverf NO cl: OF INTE1TIION: TO SCOUTER
|4 i sites directl/North gesere. Day-81 iitlaL Also baby gift Mr. and Mrs. H T Metzger -
LELAND T\BAIER Miami last week end on business 'C.1.6'. ... rlnrlda. A.l.rt104 I. fiCTITIOUS NAMCI. : t'
Price iluontht*. set*. 14 e Representative! MR.O If I were business callTi in Fort tam ,...,... .%i thr FleA of Ii... 1'1.. ." m. I. 0's. I.,l',to. 0, Ih.1 '0mis..
I Don* 111LHrd & : -0- till c.,t I. %J for Martin l'i'iI'iI'.. "" "" rd ,..' r I" I.'".. ( h..., '
k T A. cviii., Ho 1m; Box 44 or phone Pierce Saturday,
-- Johnson of the
C A r.l
Street, ]f laml, Flor- 1S6. I A pro I, 15, rr SEE Thompson Vrothen, for;; I old John Luckert place owner, died at Joe Brown of Pompano spent) George Watkins former Stuart ,Florida cli... "I upon,h", 0t 'M. tho"f fI"It1.proof ""(. "i ."hll...,. \\1..::',_ ,: :. :,/ii.ti1';:: ; '; ,; ) I
,. ., .
.. ..
1.25UTIS boy, of Delray Beach .11 S ( '" ,1 I "1. t' :
April Road Grading, 'lind Clearing' 9 Tu'sday morning at his home last week end here with relatives nof THE!: A. !fOllA1\; 1'10,., ...... I"" r ....I ,., ..h_ .
I OR' Ee-ftoye Bicycle, M" Bedding 0 land I for : I following rang Illness. Sure and friends was a visitor in Stuart over the uadrr wk di.1 I will V'..... In bud.... ilelelen I hI. "'.i., th,. r""ii us '
groves a ,
bloufnlnj African ; ballooil perfect condition week end h.. ... ny vine.pal SV.C* of I....,.... In .. (, ,
Ditching Will' cnitract or III I vivors Include his wife and -- Rio, J!_ !a.ucte. at "'ICc...., Ow. 5.tk; % ''AlIl3l:. ClIlePSa '. 'Suadr
Mi, bloom n montks out : Ii5*. :*tr* equipment.. 88'iW hour. D-' marl' Phone son The Johnsons came from HYMNS TO BE DISCUSSED -e- l000e0e.i'tecmo'.ol, Otdburto.o whi. 1 mi,ll ,.;,,,,. ,,: i.lir .' I.'uIm.o0q ,
Ike rear Ma shrimp H"itu 4tjftt, StoarU ApsEFOR Mica Matilda Fenton and Mrs hi Mri. Airn i'oeee .of 00. J.._ er I 'mI4.oI io"'i.I bin.so .'
4Z1-XW 20S 8. St., fort I Ohio Mo funeral arrangement Hymns selected by the congregation 14.u. port' 'daOa4 .I. 40cm se s0. 5jul50 M'l, LA,III'S: : I I, html .h, I Ifar'
and tfrkera*. Mrs. 8All.- -- -- Pierce fla. U. I, I, 15 have been made yet followed by the story Sarah Colville spent Tuesday in .,.... pn.ouoo In..d ..''d II....... ', ,......." ,n ,..... 1..""... ,. I' ,,," iiirr
tortlyonsSemlnole! 8U -New 1947 Trafler. II West Palm B'ach. 050$. AIMKKAfl; 'IKI "' ''
ft all screened ;rmE;; :; Mr and Mrs. J. B Sanders of of their words and music by Dr. -e- ..... April I, II I*. aluminum
L- WOIKand Mattress j Homestead, Mr and Mrs Austin C A Carrlel will constitute the .. I 1)I
porch Ind awning' Going Loraln McPherson and Maydee LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT Tell, 1',1/1./ .. ,
Renovating f all kInds I 11) am service of the Presbyterian j
I SPECALo-MICHELOB, north Vary' Neumann Hooks We do first clan* work, pick uiimiiiiiiiiMiiimimmiiiimiiumiiiiST& Church .t the Woman* White visited Miss Connie Seg- IN THE COUNTY JUDGE' OURT IN PuOt.__Me_ _Ii_, It._ ,I. S. 'l.4I ''I I

( fDraulhtBcer. Marine Camp.' 1 Apr I lip and deliver. Phone Fort & FOUND Club Sunday Miss Roberta Nun. erstrom in Jeiwn Beach Sun. AND fOil MARTIN tOU V. LEGAL ADS'S' I8EMIINT: : I I I
*, Victorf HoteL Apr. 0.13 lit II 1U1I1I11 IlOhlllIlelOOilIllOllIlIIOlIlllRRENT, Pierre 715-J or *ite Route t. llllllllllllKTHUIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIII et will sing a solo, day. PROBATE FLORIDA.: IN THE COUl'ln.--til; >' ; COURT ;: : I J.i1 t

Jrct -e- IN KM STATE: Of' HAIRT I MARTIN A Iii. 111' a
Box: 589. Fort f Mattress kaJrW wrist watch ,
lAtE-i to IMS Mtrtarr LOST The Rebekah Lodge members OLANCOOP.NOTICE. AcpUNn 00 / I

In iftd condition and IIIHIIIIIIIIII.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Company IfDON'T Crawford.\rose nld, on back CLOSING ANNOUNCED were guests of Odd Fellows Lodge ,,-... IN 'H.'ARI) THh S'ITAJ CIFIWINTiIOi' : f :'' 1 '
N rAi.'rPs.' I
lent tirri XWIL Reiard.Al.nt.' F, MaJestlc The Stuart Department Store ..... ... ,... 1 '
Ised very little, FOR RENTVLovely cottage on nnJ 84 atIta meeting at Woodman All .11. of the fc M Htrs'y I
WAIT Itf to* late Apt, \ Apr I has announced that starting GluMff ._...... 0"o h.....' .muleS NOTICE TO oTi : ;: ) I
April North ala of the St. Lads In automobile Club March 30. Movies were ..... lrodmaada Icii.. n.yel.ioe' 4.. S .
!lee UI today mr next Wednesday It will close and > All n.Altom i 0 a tint.' 'iih'oe :
Rio VistaSummer vacant April 11. Blalk shown by Harris Lowery and wklrk .h., eec I.... N. islIc. do'imi'l:, Sc, I'mi'l: ::, ii.i rlI;:: : 'I r
ft FOR S1IC- Inside, out- Insurance that >u need under LOST My Little Diary every Wednesday at noon Refreshments ..t.. E.'oi.'isI 0. ,.lti.. I.1oio ..4 .....,"... I.." rd. ,., m 1.1 0"i I._ J j
r. lal rates. Mrs.. B. lndlncreet Serl Senator games were played. of .N..lln Coun', "Inrll. ... .
the new flnandal mponslbilUT Very through the summer months. Judn >nd wh rhid th.I 'I. 4015 101510 _
web till deck. |UI a W, Ward. ''Apr.I.15.12foR'RE Ashton, Theatrrl Sunday were served :to 35 mem l't'ilt H.... at s.. ,.... Flids., ,, ... .0101 l '1,10.. orr"",.,' .., mi,. "'.oL" ,. S I
la ci. *its of 4 gallons Law Th dore Dehon k lyric imiiiiiiimiimimiiiiTiiiiimiimiiiiiiiDRESSMAKING i i i i i i elh OJ .i.ndo. n..c.mls. rrom' Judr of MOUbHTrUWN. I h' i "Ii'' i iho C Cerlloia .
of '
) hers the two
Cul : Son. Dehon ildg Phone II or Monday. / Apr IIllllllllllllllllllilliilliiiiiyilllllllllllll ) organizations ..r tb. flit "bll..."," ,,,( .hl. :.: 'S'lt"( :: I I'I,,: .I'' I I.I.h.
lois. n and whites. .tear 'round attractive .. ... ...
NT -------- So. .1.lm o. o.dn 0' ,III, ..t'rdsm ..h. 1,50 I dole ,. ,
II per tall* In one gallon fun hed apartment tf ) i You may lie tossed in Jail tf sin.4.. ..i.L.ioa.. ))1> .1..1.., .t ,0. rh.1 ,Ibll.,, ,, ,,, ... ., .leo II... i '
..d ...t nfk addm> of .tkr t OeeO .1,1 4. iOItI.I U'I .11.I '
"1 ,
w Hob. Sofid Lumber C* at the Pitchf This apart ElATION and TIONS you drop that lighted clgaret eSirelbnwrnieh.lhe1. '. :'..: ., ::, .r':: ,: I 1

I tfr ment will be, cant' April 15. BEER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIII/llllllllllMlllli! from your car, Play safe by k''o.u..t. ., hI. ntIecc... C, It ..d _IoN..... .dI., ", "' lhot .1. :, .. ", t t '
Ad Air Condii unlng Repairs AIL Barber Shops Jh Stuart will Mable Arc .ibald ,'0_ ,oiS, ...oo'4ie 10 .sospeiI ..4 oi.0 1.. .w...C I. l.y the do, "'. I't
Electric stove electric hot 1 observing Florida laws designed I 1050.F .., \ ,
b. .o.st o. Oil oii. "'' II w. lot-
tALE 3. riser and 1- water heater. I Large living Call. ttt ItLELA Prompt Service be erased all Wednesdays.. see *. ATlAS C AVE.Illllllllllllllinillllliyillllllllllllllllln. to woodlands from ,". .,.bU..II.a is, A.rll.. 40oco'THA ', .,, l'ThI
protect our
ktroiln T BAUER Starting April M. Apr I I .1.41'. ''W". ,: i.e f 5,5; \. 1) 1 I. .
cooking room. See Mn. meat Lyons,, I fire hazards. n.Em"sI'hftImm't."l, ; ,. H.r a ,vr.i 1 "H" "iNI IIR.( !Ifft
I1U'kEj 'tri Service.II 113 SemInole St.K Apr. II &II !! !! III....". d....... A, AtIOISISII, ,,,,,, I s$.' r miii. "r-- '" I II

U.rV.. I DO VOt hale trouble with your An DAVID, ne,M foe. MAkC0ALL....d i 10...."'. ': r''HiAIS:,, ,; ',,""'I. :: 11 I I,

FOR RENT ':- LJglS housekeeping hen Dot/lallIrt Then use PuUl>.11' 1U.. 21. In' By T. T OJM.HTFUMIN ,, j I '
,.. , i
areag u for Wil entrance AU. fee Ad lilOim "t"( .. !
room, prlvak Hen Pa a-mill Stuart Feed LEGAL: ADVERTISI: NT .. I '
Psi NeoN U. April I i iSO.
l-Turner Pert sen. W* IIM per week U4 8 California Store. I U _. !.!.. : r

tUmor ,
r In stock alall times. TRUSSES, I elastiC stockings STATE OF FLORIDA I If AND FOR LEGAL NOTICE 0 I) I A ITO

'* timer Mote \Ce. FOR RENT FnrnLsKd Apt. S knee pail anklets, etc. Stuart MARTIN IN CHANCER"COUNTYWILLIAM N .loot All WHOM IT MAY CIT tao : ':i 'I! ..

l-Apr. U room and batb. fcectrlcaJly Drag Co*. tfDONT V ITHEFO'RMA1 MARet-LLE HULL LITT. .L, 1 lEo AND, TO AtU I T/J"\"RD" \ ) \111' .. 0.3 l \ .

i equipped. Yearly ralft reason ...lIr.1 OetIm's .I. h..b, mlii's, .1,otn.eI.e 0 04 / J ,

SPECIALMlAlELOB, able. Immediate nocoalon. W. r until It's too late.' ADAMS- Lllf fcLLf I, will kr hdd I. tho I',",, 1I.n. "'I ur" .' I IO.ml
lII.rtln FI..fid, .1 10" I l ,
$ 4''ist
'I '
Draught Bee .. ,
,.Marine Phone 134-4 304 | tfFloor for aotomobiiolnnuranc I' .d. .'.
See I
or us day ''not 0 at. P''iAo. 0 \plI. '40..n .5 'I'1

Victory Hotel Jr. t, Urn hat you need UDderuelal OPENING 1. .ho SolId..... .r TO.h. .PEAR s.. .r Pie, .Id. Iii ir else ,e u't... ,I .0'enItloW.H.Oiicf sea '

fOIL ItEl'TS sum Inf ma- the new : responsibii- I.. WILLIAM ADA. 1.lnUL.. mlut hour Cuurt Inllor. (lStCiOtC:H I 'I, 0,.'. : J ; :
h, chbN and edger. RefinIsh antS as.t. W. 5.0, N. Y. S. To..hll'I ". S".b.f. '.n.. 41.. I Ii .I
Dehon Laon. I
ICy Law. Theodore* r.. ...b, uI vd' .
LItht af men 0SI
from smok* hoik, all your floors at reason I.I rate ,. .... .Ia, .r M.,. O. I.... 10 ..0. Isle, C c., "' : F. -' ;1 '
-- your own. Bradi Phone 101 Stuart ardwar $ Deh Bide Phone II.tt I I'ould OF 'loll, Complaint. fl la tkat amainClreilt cli.5514 .t.I):,t'I ClirIoee,ti 0 ?: ,I : ;E .. '! ;I 'j

..... Court of
'In.tltuKd Im I II '
''SthStoplo for *. .1. c.. tt lOs Ilk Judlrtal Co*,I of Vb".., ,I. .nd H.rf'-: I:': f:.:,,..4 hor''i: .I,','i. iiml e14, I :

along or hav mallcA W* -- r.. Memo' rovr.tr. 4 le.4.. IIARCELl.IC kill 'old is'i tS., I, .1 1 e.io' I. ", I Inoo.
er US. Local AGENTS for Pump All UEWELERS HUIL I.ITTlbL la IVILLIAM 'I..tlll' ..4 ,.., pOpoimi. ald tIi': ,:: ,,. .0.1'0.m: :: 'I f f
let agliU! EXTRA. SPECIAL-Ml ilELOB, .1 II Ininedlat* dellveiy. ADAMS | .ITTKLL, .. 0.- ... .01 ..,h "r".1 ,h.I., .. ulk..ld. ,I
seafood A ...... .
qulnn's >n King of Draught Bee Marine ( .hl.h.la f tvll f..r 410051' lUNING HIIAHU 01' auwroa.NTyou I
Co. Phone ,
liar .
are .
Stuart t .1
lImo allrn told 1/11I
'sod 5
''Wway,Smoked Port FIshery|*!! Rosen Victory' HoteL pr.S, 15 101. \ U ( FORMEF\ STI.RT JEWEL SHOP) Lo-iplaMit. will ., .so.s51cIm1. TNt: I'V':;' J"I; I ICIINEDY IltOT I

Pierce. Ps ..I'b.imnn. .. .
1,2l.Aprl ? FOB RENT.-L r stof room on EXTRA King of Draurlt Beer Marine ..i Tna tk.. Stint......Dallri .kl.h' 00 thIs'I.'ad 0.01. P'ib. lv 1I."h a I a lrI. 1040..:....

Federal highway, >d loeaUOB. OSCELOM AVENUE u> Aeo.4.1lI .n.. 0 LEGAL JjMENT '
gf 269 ADVERT!
:0.tih.0 .
treorljKlgrspefralt a Herb lUre lice Ho Room Victory %> Apr work for four awe I .L.
Eec ,
WITNESS sOy 0. d nod Neal I
Sis ,
and || 5 tel. Phone *1SL I tfFbR (NEW PBHON ) 00 HtlHirt FloridaMarck OSlO. Olrt Soy of NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTforf\MIt ro REGISTER '

Isabel Ah* complete I o FEMALE HELjS WANTED BUILDING A. D los, Norm I. kfr.by uivla .it.. ihr .do.- .c., I

Il, honey and aovelU. RENT-Tw4 apartfrigerasor- : (iL'tos&I Our 5..l B. POIUIIOT, I .lo.I to4.m iSo iv. 'I,. Come,., f I I I

.rr.U Novelty ] ment electrif iiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiilmiHiiiiiiiiiiii cock: C..11 to .. .5,11.. ceeRtp. 50050... ,l.ro.... .1 Fic'II. ArIa. iif 1041. :; '
Shop .
will "I'b lP.o f
k .1 10' "I.ull .m.
toeai FEMALE HELP WASTED-Avon We now have the most Viode\pi\ up-to-date store and FI.rId. Ceo"ft In asS ,' .
,7 & 2nd 8 gas range Summtl rate. ApFederal- MARSHA! B W'O. See 1IH1' ""iiIS 'i.mkia. '

ply Edo Novelty SIfP. Cosmetic, Eat lOll maftre\ ha woman tpen- shop 'it' Martin' County! WiLLIAM_. Cop.. (1'10.'00Alisr rC. lor.50440.poiript Mlso. .IM.r fins.roof, m< Itiblimotln..... .....1.at ._.. I' ,. INireo.sIsk
smart "
tor a ; ,
I QR SAIR..05 Ilighwsy I.' Ing pIm. .1..11 I. a. Ii .. II. I.... Clot, ''In. .o'.,*. ... ,,4'e.d.t
Jlway 1 5 who wants extra m\ey. Ha- whAk n 0114 0'' > I In, I bu.i.asa. I Ihclol
U S houJ We line of ntftionalV known brands of 0'I 0"IrlooI: *: oI > b..i.os ( I I '
BOllout acres q, FOR RENT-Beaut ful I furnishedhous aver will arrange prAnpt ""- carry a UClA AIIV TIIIIIlItN1': .toI. Martin. ton t."Io. that 'b.pa ,

condition s h '.ulUtlon. P. O Box AolWMt etc 05150510.. l I. .. ...1.... .I. Cui 1 P .
4i 1 baths. Diamonds Sil and general line ADVEaTISEME: r FOIl aiDs
I bedrqfias
boom, wash at d Palm Beach. Ap %S. 15, $1llhiIllIllOOlllllIlllhllllIlllllllll Watches, rwar a .....4 klla will .wc.d 4 ,bertk. I.. 11_ of $........ F'h.) ''a ncI I 10.0 tiI.. 1
and *plet elec- .. .._ ... .. .., 4
< .
'r P. Adams Areplae e. .... M.r *. "45. toe bstld0o 'o. .m0. I. 1 I "
Bj of ..
Quality Jewelry. ..
: trlcally equipped lteben. Also 111111I111 IU. IS foot .( I I Inrk ........... Hi... 8.1. .. ,
yls. Phon Allli L. BFMI .
ITh. ttf'Com. kaaVroad war .f. d with wkil.trrlal. .
sew one-bed rwAi cottage *o WANTEDIIIIIIIIIIMIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIl 050. moor .. lno.d nit u k.itad Pa'' Mm-h. .. ",1 I. U. It..: .. I

and riverfront WU/rent by year llllllll We are conatantlyincrede'Dands. ing our\stock to meet your la Coos l. wMtk and ... In 0....... ( :
vet rlSEMENT p
It, ...
1 oat Lota S *.4" Jon l| To'KaM ,
1Oharlngn *r ......n.. Crot* Roads, lea- wit --- ...
edge? utrl C, WAIOTEIO-Ysur iseRt grbOTICI akl* 17 eoalk SIms coil fj- INTENlIiN '
Illthbeij, **. Beach Phol* IM-J. tt No ..._.ot.s.cn. 'olosHtVsos.stel NOTICE OP TO KEGISTCR ... ,;
Mill, S thi$5Apr,1. and appllane repalrla > IT llootk t Mann 111 hat.I FICTITIOIf NAME _
15 EXTRA SPE.U -anCBELOB, Job tea big or too smalL 11II11 We specialize in JewelrAr Made "to Order and have Prnpaaal form and .o.Ifi..nloo. ore NolIm .I. .._. tOot .ho nn. "
.. ...,...... .. ..... .. '
on "10 II .... Isnd au ....nd... oC' ac tho .1."' bf C..... 4 '
4 SPEC.MICHEI Kuuf" DroagIjOec r. 'Marine ,vallt". Sew _t Pho Bu- repair service for Watches Clocks and ,... .! gluart._ ..... 1.r b. .,*UI"'... I,. 1505, t..n .borW.. ... of .. '
0, Room Victory' i tel. Apr. I. H art 117. Christopher trIo a complete amos mO.o'.la 011.55. 1 7Cr4104 1141. .11I ....*. h Ii,. ('u.k of th. '
00 I I or o.biee'. '0.0 lot S%" CAseS 0Iioatloa irs '' M..oi.. C Cccl,, '.. C '
Victory no BiiiJweek. Shop. Francs ApartmenexNoL u. Jewelry *40 coo...ObidI. ,. .isdSis.mIm p0.44I :': :. :, p 01 sob. '
flot Apr. 15ft's FOR large, if I \I I WORK bid a>4 a bend tar tkl OMlraet arloi wi IbIs 0 55.. fi4illmo. I '
double rooms.*twin Hollywoodbeds. ALL sin. os.ct.c.etto.l.....f.l. klddoruM ....... '...wll.GILJIIItTII 'I'I.nd
kood to b. a hood It IS 0 nontOkiMid : IIAII "HINO WOO. ,
Rex Hokt 11 I, Federal Hwy < To oar .or& ern ., ...
II h.p paopooalklo mirotrl eaoipaiirluroti 5. .h. 00 0' 000.i Ie buS_..
p Motsi. oH bridg*.*. J U friend reluming to Stare We .nlkori. ..4 to do |,Ulan, r* UwKM ..I.. at. l.IInrI., I p0mm of _..1_.
5mlo,11 8oll of rtarM. Ill iso'li* I ": It., '
Is (Sod rk. FOR RENTOiTiABR Large still .la business ntotlramors diet STUART JEWELERS Tlx Board of Co.nkid. o.nh.mmsrescm I lo0..IcS Y.-t1: ) j :.i lo.o t.: b-.*

e.oditlon. all being. elm .... lb. .4,01 as ::, I nsn 4 all A. Ha.Doa.14, ..', ,14oe5 R. MnrboM. 1
-153. PO.Beg4 tf parcel or la id fronting .onay. .. or lot port of U.. inlratt to OM of w... P.ta B. tk, riorld ... that '
Federal high : suitable for 0.r laP1l1 .Is .WI 11'1. r sew "'d... and part to ...lIo- I ibo.sa..uSleb.. ..'nac .inud. Ia I
SAM CONTINENZA. .... ... d .
005 location .Fraa.* "pa ent* ."." ,
5-burner or13. bvslnei loea$Ion. See Herb .. t WAI Cha........ I DON ,D A 1..t>OIIAL l 121 '
Ph.n W. Lee We H4e1. Phone. annex No. 1. Chrtstopb Elee- ., ,'onlnnloasn.Pob. OKAl I. MarUONALU,
IGat.. 1111tt Cole 8ho,. if.H AprllY .. la Hd'tl |'41. p1.5.. Mar tl, S r/A., I, t 1SUI It1tA.tt


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,3.1M. EXEMPTIONS MADE I This U an Increase of about 125 In Tropical Farms ends Hayward and Harris Miss Harris came up by train VOTING POPULACE HIGH LIGHT CUCUMBER VOLUME,MOVEDA to An,000 anticipated crates" volum,...
o -Approximately i.100 homeeteed'emptione over last year A total of 201 caught the greased pig that was and stayed until Monday mornIng Mow than &0 per cent of the I TOMATO tons I
were tiled at the of- widow's and disability exemption let loose and brought It home Mrs. Backus drove back -' tomatoesand expected to move throliQ +
Southeast -of
:h, .ace of Assessor A C Courson I were filed, an Increase of Donald came In second in !bulldogging with them as far as West Palm I civilian population of the light volume market this week yIn
1 1 j I I:'ilk rl> before the deadline last\ Thur 25 It was said :Jay,f It was reported;, yesterday-exemptions wad available Mrs. Charles Oreenlees and as the guest of Mrs. E, E: Van Bureau ot the Census figure Fort Pierce State Farmers Market are for a good andpro i ihttteaiAd4
:--- -- I Mra. 1..A. Algler spent three Scoy, / the first three O TS of last J _.
SALES See U. For RODEO PRIZESIN clays\ as the guests of Mrs George Miss Velma Savage was the Mrs. James Rider,Mrs. Hobson week: Tomatoes-Green. 1787; i
fACt J. Backus. One of the days was week-end visitor of MIsS.Thelnuf Reddish and Mrs Joe SawteU II Toroatoesnk 288; Cucumbers Anil'' I. PlkareM 1e18o@
i I spent sightseeing Bishop were In Indlantown Tuesday on M.wa P. wa.d, ..
& Repairs aDd justness ,152 __ ..
CUD FORT PIERCEBy Mrs James Rider and 'Mrs.1 Mr. and Mrs V, Brennan took
AT 'Ve SERVICE Parts Hobson Reddish were visitors In I Mrs. McDougal on a sightseeing 1 1
Pahokee Thursday. trip to West Palm Beach Friday.Mr. .
MRS JOSEPH SAWTELL and Mrs Harold Brenner -
A d Jim Merritt returned home .
i ARN D BAUER hursday night fl'Ol1a month and son Lawson, of Fort Pierce > 1 For Fri. & Sat.
Wayward and Wall
span Harris Iris visit In Dothan, Ala were Sunday visitors of Mr, tbd !
Palm St. Lucie Boulevard Phone 142Ws !and June Pollock, Ted Bishop: Mr and Mrs. E.: E. Van Scoy Mrs. Paul Jeflers! Anthony fopeciais. April 9 IO
Witlu James Hope, and Donald Brown;, ot West Palm Beach were Thumday Mrs. Margie Homlar of Salernowas
factlilstbly' attended the Future Farmers night dinner guest of Mrs. a visitor of Mrs Joe Sawtell Complete Doe: df Birds Eye Frozen FoodPure
ttodeo at Fort Pierce Satu-day. Georg J. Backus. Monday.
Donald Brown won first place'In 'Mr. and Mrs Cleve Prescott Bert and Jeanne Clements attended .
bull riding. Iris Pollock won sec and children of Defray Beach the Methodist subdUtrlc GROCERY.MARKET
; Better 'ond Hayward and Harry Wall were Sunday dinner guests of meeting at Vero Beach Monday TOMATO Armoire Star ROLLED
won second: place !n 'wild cow Mr. and Mrs H. W. Simmons. night, t
milking whlrlAuas done In 7 sec-r They visited In Fort Pierce Saturday combined USAGE 55c
A birthday party ic
; and (JostsLessCaraway / as the guests of Mr. Prescott For Tommy Reddish and Mrs.Lester JUICE can' *._
mother, Mrs. Jodie Frees. Reddish was held at the lopVund'CUBE
Miss Viola Krelder and Mrs Golden Har.-eatC t GREEN
gS6t home of Mr and Mrs. Clarence
Van frank of Palm City were Reddish t Sunday ,Everyone:
3f : Saturday visitors of Mr,and Mrs brought a covered dish and there BEANS 2 :r 25c STEAK ,lb. .
Joe SawteU
were three beautiful birthday; --
I THE MOSTOOMFLETE Mrs Charles Greenlees and cakes.: Those enjoying the affair Factory t Packed: : $
RETAIL AND W\OLESAI.i: ,Mrs J A. Algler attended the were Mr and Mrs Tommy Reddish *
Asplnwall-Wllmot wedding Sat and children Della Mae, SUGAR 5 54 45c OLE 38c
1 M. oeM ao..l.t s r.cwc u.rq urday at Hobe Sound. Colin, Herald, Helen and Sylvia; .
Mrs. Franklin Wallace and Mr. and Mrs Lester Reddish am Hills Bro*.,"Vacuum: Packed Lean ( racy SPARE
three children Julia Lucy and their children Fay June and
/ Seed I IN THE PALM BENCHES rohn, of the Miss Harris School/ Fred; Mr, and Mrs. Algie Reddish COFFEE 55c R 49cAUBrl
417 OKEECHOBEE AD Miami drove up Friday and ; Mr and Mrs. Hobson Red- ,, lb.
RYEBREAD PHONE :.38511 spent the week end with Mrs' dish and two sons:Dale and
No other roffpf &to. you man George Backus, Then !
Saturday Dean: Mr and Mrs. Clarence
flavor-and rimiiMndi wh* hivethmwd Reddish and children Teddy, ECONOMY
10 AlP Coffee Iran ethereofem : MARKET
Bobby, Thelnta and John; Mrs
1 Mb. loaf 5c I your InoriU i blmd-mili medium CENT I' MARKETMEAT Reddish brothers; Mr. and Mrs YOUR FRIENDLY SEMI-SEUTSERVICE GROCERY AND MARKET
__ or itronji.t. I Clarence Reddish and John Anderson
.. all of Fort Lauderdale;
-I 'Io''a. 0* trtmtir t* I ,
Pauline and
10. L.Reddish Maggie
Jane P+4er 8o'0iC"' LOCK Reddish Velma Savage Fred
I II 1O'Steen. Mrs W. H. Lewis.and
Spanish Bar 1 1.lb. bag 40c 3lb. bag 1.15 PRQfDUCE and GROCERIES daughter Jo. Carol, and Mrs.
RED CIRCLE I Carl Sauvage and son, CarL Jr.
CAK COURTEO S, Mrs, Blanche Hosle. Mrs. t
LOCATED Knapp, Mrs Knapp sister and
22..oz. 38c BOKAR Mr and Mrs. Fred Hironlmuswere
I l-lb bag 45c 3-lb.. bag 1.29 2nd and /t von Joe Brooks Sunday visitors of Mr. and
Mrs Bob Brown. I :
Parker '
Nut Top !Marvel Poppy SeedCoffee Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Winnie siiTiwvwv1E .
and daughter Ann of West Palm
Ring .35 Rolls, pkg. of 9. 15c Beach were Sunday supper DINNER Fo
guests of Mr, and Mrs Hubert ,SPECIALS
CHOOSE V & P GARDEN FRESH A nouncingFOR I Clements, r0"cyR ROCERY and MEAT
Mrs tester Reddish was hostess -
to. a Stanley Products Party
Green Topped "' Pt.Box YOUR CONVENIENCE Tuesday, The party was held / 1
I on the lawn and after Mrs Trox- A
Carrots 2 bu. 2kg
Mushrooms .35c
: .... ; COMPLETE el finished demonstrating her
Crisp products a frankfurter roast was SUN-MAID, SEEDLESS f CTARS \

Celery, 2.stlks, .__17c rd Cel toeS 31 Ibs. ...00Wmesap C DAIRY LINE I held.prizes Mrs for the Joe body Crews game won both and RAISIN 2.-. 15 oz. Packages 29//s.

'scramble word game Mrs. Bob .
Apples Ibs. 49c'I /I GRA E A PASTEURIZED MILK Williams won the door prize' ._______ r" "
Those enjoying party were ;
-Sunlc ;t"-- Rhuba lb. .35c NOM ENIZED VITAMIN D MILK Mrs. Claddle Savage, Mrs. Clay. "
Lemons, doz. 23c i ,encs Wall! Mrs. I. M. Elkins, Mrs' 8ITIJ;:. 7c I SPINACH H "G-n; 19
Sunmaid Seedless A & P Dr; Large BUTTERMILK L. D Wallt I Mrs Jack Button. _
'Mrs..Joe Day, her mother, Mrs -
is-0. pkg PRUNES COFFEE REAM Hammer, Mrs. Joe Crews, Mrs. MAXWELL HOUSE, REGULAR\OR\ DRIP CRiN"--" 1

Raisins 16c Mb. pkg.l .. ....17c Cart Sauvage Mrs John O'Day '
e II I WHIPPING CREAM Williams Mrs Clarence and Mrs Reddish Ed,Williams.Mrs.Bob: COFFEE, A lb. can 52//

I (, SOUR CR %M Mrs A A. Schaerer left Mon- Y
Cut.Right _TrirAned Right COTTAGE ,CHEESE= troit to attend the wedding of Drained Weight
Albert. RICE 3 3P .49 OLIVES 29
Super; RightCHUCKROAST: 7 BUTTER AND EGGS her Pete son Stenberg and Ernest .. 7-o can
-- -- -------
/ Sundqulst who have been stay
,lb. 57cSuper ing with their sister, Mrs. BobBrown PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING J
.. -" FROM OUR TRUCKS : for three' months. left
RightGROUND : i for their, home In Ptoskey CRISCO3 lb. can $1.19
BEEF / 43cSuper Mr. and Mrs W H. Lewis and -
? daughter, Jo Carol, of Vero Ga'tor, To Kill Roaches, Silve7Fish7Ete.; I CO AGE BRAND, AMERICAN ,
Right Square Cut DER.--- DAIRY Beach have moved Into one of
the Sauvage houses Lewis has ROACH HIVES 27cSfflDIHES2-|
LAMB ROAST / 41cSmoked P O, BOJU1042, STUART accepted a lob with Kindreds pkg.

/ ii----- ,-.---- --,--,_.,---_._ _Superetti Grocery In_Stuart..._ ENRICHED, BLEACHED' ; COLD ME"DAL.-P PlJlN':,OR SELF RISING

BACON SQUARES ?/ 41cQuick Introducing- MARKET BOY FLOUR' 25lb., | ,Bag $2.29


WE DRESS..- DRAWN 'F f/V WLb. 55cWE to you We who are iet win clueing be. a regular a new character exclusive 1 I GAPE?JUICE rtii; .I I PIES. ..qL 33tRATH

Rockingham Fr rs By PiecesAnn feature of our alls each week in the adver BLACKHAWK

Page Creamy Rich I J tisement MARKE of our BOY tore will appear and call Luncheon Meat / can 47//

SALAD DRESS IN Qt. 33c59c your attentio; to special features and t .. ""

Sultana: ; Sliced, Yellow'Cli j WHOLE ORSH END I JUICE 2 a:215c: CMATOES 2 ;:;,2 25c

I ,
PEACHES ::Y j 20cNabisco '
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lives Vfiaxt: TOMORROW Went, Mr. W A Leach request 200 Attend' I Mrs Alline Burgess ot 219 West Mrs Paul\ Lord a'rlvedly/ \ motor some time at the Casa Ter- \l, I! v : ,) '\t
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sy The Mecutlv* board all! annual reports t to be broughtto With/ Our Winter GuestsDHnhIIllilnnunnnlnHllinmuluuuumNmmmmuumtununmlulnuul Saturday to ,spend the spring r
nh st announcer the marriagejiri II Mr. and Mr. H '
Club will hold IU race home of :ury"Cabre t 1
hArt arden \the meeting j Dance January of her holiday with hid parentHe.. : 1
'Barn f daughter t'I' 'Ir.Mrs. 'Ir.\t1
P ''fCULU covered dish luncheon il j Elizabeth, to John W t:Heureux.: waa accompanied by his < g tomorrow at Franklin" am.' fji:IJQJIII l Mrs.. Ora Yantea.of pasagould, STUART VILLA j the North Among these are JI I who Is the lIOn of Mr. and Mrs, I mats. Bill Stevenson 'of Tulsa, *. Mr, Leonard. manger ,, 1 1l
:burnt of ** At CourseOne :H. M. Heureux of Palm I Otis Both are students at Yale of tbe'Carlton Hotel to Uwmother l '
Sewalt Co-hoat-I Ark.. U her Alailing her, niece Mist Leah tusker terminated Dr. and Mr. Harry Lore Mr. Golf City 1: t'
IJI Port her In The young couple are making Medical School : of Mr* Cabre ........ .. .. :
_will be W. Curtis Whltlear' Mrs.. :Ralph Hartman and family, three-month stay Stuart and Mr Beach Smith, Mr and thin home In Augusta, Oa. I ir'J! :I
Saturday to return to New York ,
City Prior to her departure a Mrs, Wlllets\ Thurstpn of New of the liveliest and moat "'he I', Heureux .employed" I A WIVES AND OTHERS 0' DRINKING MEN I I"t"",, i''' 1 ,,i.1"
DO-sYOU WANT small dinner wa given in her Jersey and Mr, and Mrs. John successful of the parties givenIn ; ;I ( -
WHAT honor of members of the BtRKOlGHS ELECTED ; (1-
honor at the 6t tucle Restaurant Klepper of Long bland Departing : .
dbVERNOR by Miss Hattie Marvin. March 30 were Mr and Sportman Pilots Association Over:I Donald Anthony Burroughs I $_...'.11,. TrwrW WitfrSOii* Week Of Hogaelleetiea" /; F V ; I ", "
? the week end barn dance
IN A was a sophomore at John B. Stetson' WHITI CRCTL HOSPITAL s\ ;
Mrs Frank Landgel of Boston at Martin County Golf andCountry : ; ;
i has been Writ for lnVm.tK.ll ,
I University Detand i" ,
Want a war human being who under. broth W O. J Wanamaker. C, of Jacksonville and his Mr\ and Mrs. Harry Martin of Club Friday night. More fleeted to"mnfhbershlp in Phi 2SO C...,ral Army H.. 1.jk>I Sf PitMibun. .fid : I 'I' I ,
)( New and Mr C. ,. I
Jersey t Pierceof than 200 alt;nded I Alpha Theta, national .. ,
Islands well s\overnment-rlf want are her in the interest ot the 'I YOU you Milwaukee. "
the terrazzo;
Southern Bell Telephone Company Dancing wu on history fraternity at the university
1 practical program for *lrtflorida-if you wantreduced \ while company facilities are-, Mrs FrledQne terrace! and overflowed to the, Burroughs Is the son ( I .' ,
costs of government If you want an Me ing installed In.hell"\ i>..willdlng ha Joinedher cement space around designedfor of Mr. W O Penny 500 South I : I
son* family at the GrneApt.ll. !
experienced public servant and dministrator who on Akron Ave I where she wilt stay until' weather spectators, a clear After Ky doubhtful was, wcl-i California Ave., Stuart'. CapableProgressiveEJ i :

really knows the problems ofx r. ld ti-fuhn;:;: : A $tronrUord i she returns U_her Indiana_ home i I,comd. The evening featured'\ 'I I Johh M Wells of Southbrldge' I I ;'
and small counties 'Paul Jours, dances a* welt M:
Florida's Urge New N. Y and the 'Capt. arch Mrs. H R Wlndfohr: Mass" and Phil Ponce 1 '
towns and cities-if you .McOrew and ,the and Mr and Mrs. A A. Sharp; the old-fashioned ScholtUrheand I Chairman Harvey Homlar wax ;
Laurence A. Barrett of polka. A six-piece orchestra' enthusiastic In his for the j ;
Utica praise !
all New left for home e
there's only 4 .Jerseyites
all of, these furnished Gideon '{
want N. Y? having vacationed here Sunday. was by Seymour -. ,work and planning done by the:
one man in this Governor's" race for, two week. left for tonic I Jensen Beach. A rib barbecue i I commltb In charge !members: Frascf, successful 1 I I'I >
t homes Saturday. All friends with hot coffer added to the lot which were Mrs I, '
are Ai .' I :
for Mrs A. Sharp Mrs C. J I dso' ;
ot Mr and Mrs. Howard Partlow Pierce''' and ,Mra. O, J. McBride' occasion Beiker, Mi's D & ;,, MrsIL nurseryman, has proven t
of Seminole. Ave entertained Jointly at the McBride Prizes for \the tallest lady and A. Arbogast and Mr and Mrs.; .
his ability in both t
---'- apartment In honor of the....-.shortest.--- .man..... --went...- to Mr* -George-! ..Keith. .. ,-
CLIFTON LODGE Mrs Martha Cox March 28:This business) and pol al t j
Jesse Huisperger, building party marked the departure the i
contractor from Philadelphiaand next day of Mr*. Cox her brother A Victory Beauty on worlds, As your mp
Russel r:Klelnman. tax collector Charles 'Thurston, and Mr
ARRENElect for the city of Hartavlll- and Mr*.. Gilbert High for tb'lr Manicure for Be*' lifts (. trollcr he will( andleu'want I
V Pa, are here for 10 day of nun- 'New Jersey home Invited were ; Hand your affairs as ,
Ing During the recent rough :other guesu of the apartment.' 1 '
days that barred outside Ashing, Game and refreshments were .....n .!.... hi. tile U.., h.. them bandied, toneatly'A I ''I
.. him on this /all/orm they have been enjoying the "njoyed. I' .. .t...., you _llw H w Milf t4.. 1l g
1 ut Toutaeet e4 Idk Itkwn I base and salt water river fishing : .u.. .'....rtl,. ...tkuhu. .lr (.......... and efficiently) i l fl
|1. biy Accw t It IN CowrllKOfMltarfWMMlklCwl- AT THE &T LITIE: I
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hAea.geae.t.L Mr and Mr*. Frank Dool:y, of The Rev Joseph J. OBrlen I
..'OII M Coot N P.e't ......u. 10'11 N ..cl.... s... air t'; ,
\mfnnti\ Surt t loud SrMmmpnnt Wllmette Ill, art spending a and the Rev Anthony Flynn ofJenklntown I .... ; I ,
1 12i : few days In Palm Beach with Pa., left Sunday .l.da .4 poll. 4r
4, boa Itrttf Scko l ,.cllititl. t, \ SnxJj'di ttr CitrM. their son-in-law and daughter, ter enjoying what they af-I 1// I
10 Effective lifwntOiMITS Mr. and Mrs. W A. Taylor. Be- ed as "excellent Ashing f RE-ELECT '
5. bf..M HMhh ft Wit .. fore their return to Stuart they I'tI
Pero.. ***** Iw TewIs TrWc expect to visit the home of' Mr O Grimwald
] 1 li.>r*>*>N,I>..,Siltlrww 12. Pseee es of Isdee y a Faaag.hPos Judge J. F Taylor in Miami I'I of r: 1yraN.My.., terminated i Victory Beauty SalonMISS EDW G. (ED) FRASER I
their stay In Stuart Monday
MARIE McCrt ir
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Joy d a long. sunny winter here 1 still confined{ to her home at t 10 Vklnry An>d. Step FU. Poidsol Ads rX 'Iw i iSTATE Ip taws rdwd, a FA I. I t I I
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1/. I j SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN[ STUART MRS.Telephone efflce MARY before U-W HARTMAN BOOB en ,WednesdayDome Society Office.. Edito PA.q': ?,*'I

Mrs. WUlaford R Leach baa 'FORMER VISITING TO RECEIVE DEGREE tll lemon }juice and rind. Beat well : Chill. Top with "bIPPl4--:;
r low hemoglobin had only
I turned to tier Sewaa Point j PASTOR IS WED !DEMONSTRATION HomeDemonstration Add remainder of sugar to stiffly (lit you have the cream, "h',
PACE home after two weeks spent at 1 whites and (fold these top Is like cake Th under!
the home of her daughter. Mra.I I another study, a group: of beaten egg pa
tion I delicious
Arthur, F Rees 3rd. In AtlanterI Of Interest to many friends In I mlc.'llrrl were given supplements Into first mixturs Pour Into I I would* call It lemon eutta.e
CUD I Stuart .Is the announcement of CLUB O MEETSIN I bloodSome buttered baking dish or indi- a ero3t betire
to'bulld their cake and
a a
: dishes and place custard.
Ii the marriage In West Palm vidual baking
i R Y CLUBs I Beach March Si of Miss Klonnii NotesBy received \Iron tablets; oth I ID a part of hot water Bake In I Please let me know how A,
J'" itl + J Nr Nw sans ,Lord and the Rev. Charles Lee PALM CITYThe MISS ivcu.. INSCOB I II eri received extra protein 1 In a moderate oven_((350'' one pour tome out. .

tpMPahq l, M r. t ds. urllreen. During {the summer 'meat dairy products pr legume
C CNISH M8 Ga1LL absence of the Rev, R M. ""'vj
51. .1. UNDA,110, Fen- t Traditionally the man at the The girls! who received the Iron

WttbtSacUlt -, r.kiullkPl..t.,..., aarJLss ton ChUrch rector or. two St. years Mary ago Episcopal Mr Palm,, City Moms Demon r t ,I head of the tabl- eats the big stored most of It I In their bodies FLOWER &r All OCCASIONS

Burgmn, then newly graduated stratton Club met at the 'home steaks, bas two eggs with ham but still were anemic\ The other
sibly I from a Tennessee seminary of Mia. YYolan BUsco Monday, at breakfast and drinks I tall who received extra protein food BOUQUETS CofctAGES + CUT FLOWER
%f1Mf M 'ministered to the congregationMr Tin was called to order lev-
meeting their hemoglobin
flashes of mjU between meals' Improved FLORAL ARwiNCEMENTS
Mr and Burgreen fclrs! Thomas the daughterof by Mia Kathleen DeVUblsspiesldcnt But the woman I at the other end eli Those who Improved most IMPORTED
Hugh sad l CERAMICS
L I Lord of Lake Park Officiatingat ,The devotional was of the table I often Is more In ned had an extra serving of meat

the; marriage C'remony was' conducted! by Mrs, Wallace I, of these and other farotaln-rlch' ;' dally in addition to their regular
i ho young clergyman father' S 'rn.t. I fftods diet SMITH'S FLORAL fc GIFT SHOP
the Rev A. L, Burgreen rectorof It voted to with Other Hebraaka studlei of 11'1-
wan{ dispense( ; FL6WERS
Dr. Ruth Leverton of the WE WIRE
I St. Thomas pectanmothers and women
Church Eustis ;
the I
May meeting on I
cST4tTEPr .Following a tour of Florida j Expcflment Station believe blood\ oonora during the war also Arcade Bldf Sth St, Fl. Pi Phone 310-J
to attend 'the
health In order
""the,couple will make their' home that women generally showed a direct relationship between *
3f ''In l Riviera Beach when he Is quarterly! County Council meetIng need to change\ their food habits the amount of protein In ---
6 to hear -
at Salerno May
rector of St. the dally meals and hemoglobin
ertiel all kind. George Mission
I I Ian. authority from the State 03partmpnt MISS SARA ROLLINS and; eat more protein In order levels
fork. Mis. B: w. Griffith, :who has of Health Mrs. Leona to keep Uio hemoglobin of their Some protein foods which
1 been' visiting her daughter and Smllh, Councy Council presidentand blfOI.t.\ \ healthy lev-Is.! Observation should. be Included In the diet
husband Dr. and Mrs. Edwin chairman of health and \Sara: Rollins are lean meat, fish, 'poultry. REAL/ESTATE
of the eating habits of
Also re all nd insur.Inc. McQuade. at Edenluwn. India safety in the Palm City..Club, milk cheese eggs, peas and
(River Drive left for her /home urged all home demonstration almosf puny group; 6f women, she beans ''These foods may be !eaten Homesite/ and Waterfronts ge
.. lu Albany, N. Y.. March 31 Prior I women to hear this talk and to Gives' RecitalAt .ayi. reveal that they eat small In various combinations Not / ReasonableNew
:to her departure she and Mrs invite their friends .. .
amounts of protein foods!/ all of them are needed at once
,McQuade motored to Pans-a. I Th Girls 4.H County Achieve In\ nutritional anemia, thehptioRlubhi of course, but they should be Addrei/i 14th Street Opposite School

Edward Grille wtxthey/ vlslfW. friends, ... inent Day to be held at the Civic. Stetson !\ of the red cells of Included In UM dally menu for
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-- Center Saturday was discussed blood Is low The cause has been the family
I and arrangements! made to help I thought to be too little Iron, buta Try this dessert for dinner tonight -
Realtor IOYAL ORDER OF I with the lunch for the girls and Miss Sara Rollins pf Stuart long series of studies by Dr. It Is delicious and easy o KUBINEN
MOOS'1TUART i rrl lend, attending the program was presented In her senior piano Leverton Indicates that It Is to make:

P O Arcade dg. LUDll 10 H 114OMtETS MIII I Mr Blanco gave a tiemonslra recital at Stetson University, more likely to be too little protein LEMON PUDDING
u4 V4 WFUIFSDAVS lion, on making s small boy/ DeLand, Tuesday night, ,Mum : t tablespoons flour
Phone 19 EACH MON(1 suit from a pair of mm's pants Rollins who is majoring In piano In 100 studies of college girls } tablespoons butter or margarine
Moose H ne She demonstrated In) detail theorocMit. will receive the Bachelor of I at the N bnuka station Dr. Leveiton ,
) S HDtKAL if.HWAV of rocket-making. and Music degree at the spring com. found that anemia was nut! 1 cup sugar |11} YOU NEEDLVMBER
ai the request of the club, also mencement May 1. consistently present In girls on 1 egg yolks beaten
Mowed how to make bound butIn Sin cnose for her recital program ,I'diets low In Iron but Instead was 1 cup milk
r ,. holes) "Sonata hi A Major" I' "Ballaue! in A Flat Major" diets The girls who had normalhemoglobin Rind of one lemon (grated)
The) Home I : :
I dub surprised the ;
i (Chopin), "Minstrels (DeBussy In spite of low Iron 2 egg whites
pR H lull tiutlw Agent, Miss Lu- OR ANY jBUILDINC
AragorT (Longast and Intake w''re Retting 60 drams of Combine the,flour. butter and I
.10 I (Inscoi who has recently
Concerto In A Minor (SUm-1 f jproldn dally while those with SIt cup of sugar Add er.yolks.
Hi est m<"\MI inti an apartment with I fmannl. ; 'I II -
O Throughout this variedand
Your miScellaneous shower to showhcll I
Pai For difficult program she dls I I MATERIAL
I! appreciation of her work
played a fine lecnnlqu which ,r- .
n) I hI' c-ounty COUTANT CA\
I reflected excellent training Of' OR SEE .
See s Before Delicious fresh mulberry Jutae special Interest was the concerto I I I,
/ Yo Seller I with tiny Hungarian cakes and In which she was accompanied I \ J
ale Hungarian apple pi were served at the second piano by MissRosemary COMMEI [OGRAPHY
/ I by the hostess and her daughter Clark of the School of East Coak Lumber
SUNRISE MOTOR COM / ANY Mr Mabel Witham,to Mrs Lucy Music faculty. Miss Rollins worea I Real Estate Photo aphy f
l S DIXIE FONT PICNca PHONE IS. Van Frank, Miss Viola Krelder. I gown of Wile green chiffon '
-- Mil Pauline Crews Mrs Julialane I trimmed with sequins,, and her I Attractive Photos of Your Fishing Jparty and Catch.
Mrs Mabel Crews Mrs pleading stage presence added to ] & Sup$'y',Co. 4 It(
LIST your ftooms. Apartments and ental May Wallace, Mrs Smith, Mrs the enjoyment of her performsonce '! >
I Homes with a Alice Cadwell, Mrs.Carmen Lisk. by a large audience. i, PORTRAITS AND AERIAL BHOTOGRAPHY

FULFORDcJQint Mrs. Mary Porter, Mrs. Margapt Sharing the program was Paul 1 Krueger Bldg. Box 2 .,Phone 324 Phone 22 P. a Bot 30i Stuart, Florida
Van Ness. Mrs. Wallace Sterns. Caskey baritone of DeLand. I
Mrs DeVllbIM and Mrs Mary I I Miss Rollins Is the daughter of I
esfnla Rodbury Mr. and Mrs R. H. Rollins of -
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Phone J17 r'C The wesJeyan- Guild I; of the 1 *
uart, Florida STUART Methodist Church met at the f

... 1 SINCE 1911We I I I supper'meeting parsonage Thursday was for Conducted a' covered A buMnen by Mrs dish \T 1 inter Visitors/i 5 / "

r I Henry Kindred. president. Following I .
t "DINE DANCE"SEYMO the supper. games) were '.
a played Assisting the hostess, 'j
\ ,Mrs W. O Aldridge, were L. O. (
) i T I Sheridan and Mrs Doris Barber I

I Members present were Mrs 1L ,,,
Spat IlseRe' J. Greene, Mrs Lillian
f 5 INN : Mrs G W Conrad. On
i the Citizens Bank of
: tz)4 Addle Lee raM 4 .again Stu/t wishes your
all :Mrs Mildred Orr Mrs. Ruth r "
I TASTY, DEUCUS) FOOD I I Stevenson, Mrs. Fred Walton, I

Mixed Drink*-Birr on Draft I Mrs Mildred Dumlck, Mrs R. B. "B\ Voyage"and to/ne Southland
Far Informs Johnson, Mrs Curls Whlticar;, n'' a speedy return

Chauon' Mrs curt Schroeder .
STEAKS and EAFOOD Write er ee {Mrs: KennHh Btlmmell, Mm: .:' ".
JOHN E.AAYLOR Clyde Pirtle and Mrs Gladys "
OUR'SPtCI-fLTY I Bowerlng Two visitors! were Miss \
Oserola Bld Phone 1147 Peggy Klefer and Mrs Virginia
M.mbr f n. Cw.sle C\s.h.r

I -- -- -.-.-- STII Twenty-six BIRTHDAY little PARTY friends of e At.!\e to those of you who spent your/Irst t season with

Joyce Anne Hall gathered In Odd \ us i A 194748, and to those who h been
I e coming ,
Fellows Park
'i April 1 to help her
.ecit hi eelebrat her 5th birthday, She here Tor a a quarter century or mire we extend
Is the daughter el Mr and ,
r sfI Mrs f friendly:
I Q .I Earl Hall of Eldorado Heights greeting.
The park afforded plenty of
/ space for games which were a
5' I followed by the birthday cake The b siness of sunshine and living
Wit't f I 5. gc enjoying
t r and Ice cream with favors for .;
the small g"sta.I sand t id surf and'fishing is
I ell t tially one of the

were Children Rosemary enjoying Taylor,the Jill John party ', prime conpmic factors of Martin ounty. But above r

11 I son Kay, Jo and Ann Bonnie and Sue Bobble!Hudson Orr and be and that fact 'is the transc dent human value

Sandy" Homlar, Wesley Philps. of nev blood! brQught into the
I co ..unity
f iOarry friendly
I KE UP :YOUR1H ME ,I and Caroline Mosley
I Judy and Joyce Porter John new i ople with new ideas to hel us grow. Some "
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Ashley, Kitty Kindred Bill and the
I.I I. Fred Merrltt,'Caroline Johnson, o Islanding citizens of the fnited States have

We Have the M erials Necessary for th Repairs to Your Marty and DIanne Davis: Sandra joint our community and beco

I .1, it II Home. Jf You re Planning A New Ho SEE US FIRST Langford Kindred Judy and Betty KIlgore Jo, Barber Sandra, \ winter residence here have sele 1 e ted a part of us, own

I Irr for Your Buildi Material Needs. I. Martin County
Miss Marie Dutch came by as t finest place in Florida
plane Saturday from her homein ",5' r |to ,ive. ,Many of these
Rochester, N. Y, for a week I are (king active part in develo ent'of
visit with Mr. and Mrs Paul our natural
CASA LUMBERX CO. Lord of the St.,Lucie Hotel Miss ".. cpp rt'J1itie! 1;'" '
Dutch, slater of Mrs Lord Is "

T'UART PHONE 66 FLORIDA I taurant manager of of the the executive res. PIe Ie remember that The
Company ,. Eastman Kodak Citi ns Bank one of "

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.lion art native* )PQd lht resembl's *I [ Salerno Civic Association 20ClU 1 E.rlB.: ASSSIGNMrnt D..ILt"c OF-OP_BALE MO'1'CAGIt. ? C.papp BACK( CITE P : '
recommended -
\Soloed WwH' WM i-. i.===:ffgffi := U. .. John, to H f Guy '
v .I"*\"*"'* for< i ADMINISTRATOR. DEED BIM It Mufciilsr Strife,ScUtlci, i ,
recently as a new By MRS. GLADYS; FERRY aald that while visiting the build. I CHATTEL MORTGAGLaNMd T. T. au.h''''... ,. ('.", II.. f C.,... limb aIkeseauta

D norldrt) west Coat Slrup.lum.n4 inc site ana seeing the men at 1 "...... 4 .....11' Flnu ..... C. Ii:. Chrintniia FEE SIMPLl u Um 'tixxi' )IJSYMsMfweh I.nNalmIul.h.N, '
c ** made< A good 1 attendance, with, several work a week ago Saturday, he .tee. I.... 'C. K.: CkrUliu. .. J,... '1'',...", ,d" ,.., cpM. Mu ,15..d,. MUMrltt wit d
dldlterentfodder ofhla new people In the group, N. f. from gathered at the noticed especially young Buddy -'j' A: r, &::;: Se Cal. moe 01 $w_ I. /JFfACTION BALM 45545445. np h..e Mud R"a r I",

dtk ruit.( Si to hear remark meting by Judge March A. Cole Mrs. helping Mortenson any said way ha.to could him. R, a ,.11...m..'V" CMlMBi, 8.nk of ,Stuart.'WARRANTY ,.... All.. to ...., mi-oof OF
R, ClonU, County Commissioner,
O. IX Qulnltvan, 0. J, Matousek "You missed the egg hunt Son /. Ci ,"t; n m.b.. u Ait* fn. Kwd.u;
":. : .
"No he r. Hootor to h. Sliv.n.
ny. replied, I didn't :
and H. P. ,Lyon. .. .. "
Carl L a. Viol K< Ulan cud
t Judge Clonts, after expressing here want so to well go. get I want this building to help rf Ihl Ihlt tad 1I.Pr.r Dunii i'm'lw'RoWit' K. Kl... PROTEC'J I
his compliment on the work of .
finished." tk 1.t,45 MeD.It.N. .... I
B. .4.
the association on the new buildIng Cul ;
I believe that the Mwjorio W, rnn.">H t. J..... J. B'.- 1
expresses YOUR CLOTHES!
and in the town In general! ,
I3. sentiments of some other Salerno 'H"'Holm.. .'
i lokn a ftolwH E. MtCra.H.
Winter Etc.
Clothing. j
young people too and we .en. o ;
d Mi lo John & WII oM.r..lllh '
hope soon to have a large dele- 55. 5(5 to Ton M C.nn.l.n. .
....... gallon\, of the young folks doing U. Gunn toW, A. DMIUi.Horbrrt .
0. Cm KvoN J. "14m.M1U :
U Dry Cleaned 't I, 11
their share to make the new K:, ChrUUntvfl etwW. Alm f'nii|. a
'" .. .. .. ... .... .. ... ... ... ... .. building site a true place of f Ol.i WI:::::, :;.a.nwa'W: 1Ia..II. and eilhnMoth.Proofed 'l ,
beauty and Joy to all. j.e 9 '

You demand MORE Commissioner Qulnllvan told SATISFACTION J, t'1... .5. C.OF R. MORTGAGLM.Me "'h...... 5 r
his pleasure In seeking the work H.nk of Palxikn tt W P lw! .r '-iCltlxnu or
1 7I Jhwc .lta.mJL1 of the community, and assurec :. 5.l W Btwrt vi ':i i1; u J, KplvMu' Put In MothProBags! !; ,

l, ua again of the wholehearted Tllif48YYIlON MORTGAGgN. .. .... For the Sum er Ft
I e's Cot New .The MAN l .wC M.. cooperation ot the County Com t. Rheph.rd. t ,5 MCIMw. ?
Have PrevX. Ability. mission. d. te. :, ,=. to t. P, Rwbd.R.'b.N {
Life! K. Mi.kad, ", t\< .. le ro.rI a. D.us.
STATEWIDE SUS SSMAI4 Matoiuek was enthusiastic In w... Take Advantage: of Our- Famous Bcrlou Moth-Proof* ; i
fAlME STOC his &..". H. Pros to. rote Plwm, FA.nIwwlc '
appreciation of what was Service. Year GuaAnlee.. 'j
ing Ten
WII'II give your worn STATESMANtJJ. S.vlnii .nd Lnxt .... i 1 .
= being done here, and told ot art I45nh. 1. Ihnter to ...jUri.) W fm
Miltl .It Un-a a "acennqwind" ,, I '
to have the Martin .0 "
that'll make 'em a rangemenU std 1.1111. I. wwd iv i CltlMM B.... ertat.wt \ 1\\
County High School Band give Expert Byeing 1,:
brand-new t Bring! : b I..... A.d_, ride liJi \ SHAN' 5- a concert in Salerno April 28 ... "' E!i '
in you old tread-bares There will be poster placed tr R G. Mpl B.,.. ,. Ct, ,..... D.n" Of !' ..". Martin County Cleaners':: ,4Id f
or OAnrasviuJi"SHAKING ... .. '
1t 'e in advantageous spots soon and e G.' M.G..hk.
l renew n C.rollna5w
today" .i D.n... M R.e P. 14........ '
ajifl(! MOM tEPEEC.mpfetely I proper announcements over AIM M tit W C S. CII..1..... GEORGE VEITH I F ; 1 I
II f "Calling Martin County" on Sta- ... ft .. I {\
Reason I. Pricea : q. SHed tion WIRA and in this column. Brariuggreetings from the land of.( St. Putrid, Rumon del Vnl ra, SPECIAL WARRANTY Opposite Citizens Bank.TOMMY Stuart, Fla. I ',
for Gov /nor'I. We want'te make this a memor- Irish leader now visiting in this country, pauses in New Yoik 16 give tdswd Cl.D.m4Amltb.. at w t. 1II.tI. a ,1'
Stuart capsServic able event with a large attend- -
12-yeur-old Nardi a contribution to the Cmsado for Children AFFIDAVIT >
WHY. .GUESS. ,. .HH0. CHTAINTT. ance. Sine there are many nationwide of American CKcrsem AiJ-Onitcd. Nations LUirl'l, trait' The I'uhll. fJ'; JY '
.. .. .. .. .. ... ... ., member of the band who are campaign! f"T.. "oiiitliwruili to The l'uhllQUITCLAIMS < 't
Appeal 1 for ClulcWn (o help light starvation ulmiud.
mua MUTMuul nee."map< INVITES YOU
from Salerno, It will be especially -
CbalOn' Service tationeQ. IAwn....,Hu"h.. to M,rtUiK. l'.nt, .' I ,
appreciated by Salerno peo lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllinilllllllllllllllHIIIIIl lllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllll ......
M. II.
So tI'1e" lip' to p.lro: Jt i
lEI 1'.......
ass eM t. rlu ple.Lyon. 1-,55.5 n rah,. Co MwuM' C.un4 TO ENJOY I I.. t
was glad to see the Notes of Interest To VeteransJoseph

progress on the new building, JI TASTY \
and suggested that after this E. Gum V. A. Contact Officer I,

project Is finished we consider At office of H. R Lowery, Jr. West Palm Beach Headquarter I For Constable DELICIOUS I '
some community health program 9:30: am.4 p.m. Monday 713 Comeau Bldg.
2nd District & SANDWICH Y'Y'tltit Y'P P
.'. :
There are other speakers lined IIIIIItIIII111111111111111111111111111111111Ftlllllll IIIIINIIIIIIIII'lllll' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIe. v i'
sub M |h< Dm.Kr.llc Prlaury
up for future meetings, and it Claims for compensation by I SIIANDS DISCUSSES PLANS I M.y 4, 5145arses and f tai '
EXPERT MACHINIST Is enlightening to hear the various .;
those who felt'the brunt of the FOR SUMMER ATTRACTIONSFort A.CHRISTOPHER. I fl'
views of our leading county war often raise question puzzling I'' n YOUR I ,:'; >,
officials' as well as encouraging to the veteran. Answer to Pierce-Elans;? to promote e f FAVORITE"i'i'i'.i"' I :
EXPERT MOTOR MECHJLNIC to us In our work: In spite of some of the questions more fre- Florida'< summer attractionsand : I II h' DRINK l\II
our many Northern'friends returning quently asked h"'t been obtained to eliminate I her aummetmosquitoeswere II
to their summer homes, from VA authorities and are I > discussed here APPRE ATED \
j I 1 attend- 'this week by State Senator W THE WAY YOp LIKE IT PREPAREDA .i\! '
I we still maintain a good presented In this column as a -.'di el Advrtemt( !
ance. There are some who because service to our veteran! A. "Bill" Shands businessman GOOD PLAC / 0 BRING YOUR FRIENDS : ,
of working conditions or Q._I was told that disability candidate for Governor. 'Flor, R
Stuart Marine Seiincorporated ice I for other reason haven't been which I claim was my due to ida has missed the boat !in the FOA A GOOD TIME \ 'j{
Come past through failure to give ,
able to loin with us as yet. I j-
service, be
cannot service-con
Premium Beers Fine
out now. It gives a feeling of n cted because I had It before greater emphasis to the summer Ask for i iI iI iI by names I LiquoriDANCING ti; ;i
be attractions of the State asserted '
xatlsfactlon to know you can I
I entered service Am J I; eligible
. even a small part In the serviceof for compensation? Shands. "This should be I [ I' r
community. done through,a'coordinated pro- I I
your A._ VA Open AH Pay Sunday Every SundayTOMMY'S :1.1
PHONE 33 Tin building fund drive Is.pro- It decides that your gram of advertising based on a :
greasing slowly. You who would ailment was Incurred In or aggravated' I survey of what we have to ot I 'I'aN. f,
by your service in the '
like to do something whether it ter. BAR t '
... be 83 cents: or $29.00, put It in armed forces you will bs entitledto d -- I ,,>.
for the receive compensation or pension KREIIER PROMOTED .;
the mall and don't wait :
solicitor. Rain put a damperon U It exist to a compensable ON U. S. 1 TOBE SOUND ONLY t: ; ; 1/, /

I II the turnout Saturday afternoon degree C Tallahassee, April 8.-Promo- 12 Mil\South of Stuart t t I' I
I Jr.,.
Wiiy'L tion Of Ernest W. Kreher, tll

everybody., but It We didn't are banking discourage on War'Q.x: x and am would a veteran like, of to World knowIt District Lakeland, to district the Florida forester I Forest to I .'..A ; APttI /i
afternoon; erie: !
next Saturday I
I there (Isany limit for filing a Service, } immediately, "
don't fall us. claim for compensation for disability I has been announced by State ,1' :
ds A profitable at card Mr.party Roman'shouse' was caused by my war service. Forester, C. H. Coulter. District '.

muslpwj held Friday in charge of Mr. 3. P A.-There U no time limit set J I Includes the south half of Bre- i-i ;i'vewpivf; .
Wllbaf' and committee. There for filing claim for compensation vard County, all of Pasco, Polk :
and all
and Osceola Counties
under existing legislation, but
will ,be announcement: later :
ofiTel I ? .
pKpnelDolla)rs about the next card party, There delay beyond the first year after 1 .counties south of them.PalOMine
ppyrsk YM ) will be a block dance in front discharge"would preclude retroactive ii'
'' ? ,11a of Scotten' Saturday, Prizes. payment to date of dis- .{
try !'eo will be offered. charge. WPONTMIf7
k" '; ,
; 'p 'practically -
In the near future we shall Q -I 'wal compelled SEA Y a',
give I you a list of. donor to the to sign a statement\ before : frd
building fund and further details my discharge that my disability 1 ,
on' how the building is existed prior to'' my enlistment. HORS fitTACKLFe
growing, Will this prevent my receiving
i compensation? "

Helicopter are now being used -...:.. I

to fight forest fires in mountainous A.-Any statement of this na- COMPANY v
section of the country. tore, according to the Service- III ,
One kind io keep your uncet / By hovsrlng over (the scene of a man' Readjustment Act (loll)
blaze they can be used by Bill I, which you made at discharge ,
ground crews as guldemarks, Is considered null and PI s '
GOING and the pilot can radio Instructions void. Decision* to service con
to mel> on the ground. nection of ths'disability will be Penn Peer Ree I,
made by Veterans Administration ; '
Reel Repair
( Tlifco the doll tlmt uJ Rod and g
are { are based on'the service med

to Bit the Lusineu-to meet thedaiodaf Order Now' for 1948AVOCAD ical record, evidence, Is. file at No Delaya Se cc
r', the time the decision is render' Prompt \
of supplying' Pla 'ng{
expenses Reels .If
: :: ed, and sound and accepted medical \
b tel hone scrrice.You' par them ( principles, excluding the South Bend Tack ,
% i iI
wi your telephone bill snd the statement, made at time of dis We Sell Parts fo All T iI

nickel you d
doll_,. ftf wsAs to telephone workers and all PERSIAN LII Going to have eaab ? Then' Harry Swuftlehurst = I ,

other expenses If r furni ning! you service.: In J(1U Brooks-Tower Nurseries, be sure he'll place to livewhen (

lion, these doIrs) y.parlor service< forest,' the source of the
provide sres, .c Ll return to th'e peoplcwhohave P. O. Box 36 i timber from 'which' our nous:* N Jensen Beach : -

!invested the' obey in tho telephone LsWinrts, Homestead, Florida j, and other necessities are built ,

t ,
One kin/ 10 keep yuservceGROWING/ .,,S" d aPrwdaaefGaenelY.Nr$ t ,

I (
6 legs f I t ;I I

'' lowcsnpriccd cat with GM Hydra-Malic Drive j

eke an the dollars that are used! Phone 2405 Box No. 271'VERO $69.50'alue, $5950 .,

o build the businew. They pay for SEA FLORIDA, t '
icw buildings,switchboard, wires, ,TWI. OR DOUBLE SIZE. Over .the fears,\Pontiac: has consistently every real n. You should drive it (for beauty_ 4

slhis,pole, and other equipment. FL P rce Sleep ShopFort' proved a leader i A bringing finer'and finer for coral t-for safety_for fnomy-aod I C't'

kale Julian do Hoi com from the Cer/mic and St, Phone'710 quality to buyer OT lower.priced cars. More for dope ability you thould drive it jar (\ ,, '1

bats you pal/or teltphon servicebec u a Maic.TiIe Pierce; Fla. 120 N. 2nd than hundred engiVering! "firsts" have ,been luxury 0/ erjormmci thai it s.ssrpssudl for ti + I i EI

regulated qtUM such ai Telephone% Company -wM I credited to thJ Pontlc. engineering division. with Gen ral Motor Hydra-Matic, :you just ( 'j

Is not pel-mini to earl enough money to put Also And now comes the dLwning; achievement in relax.and /rive: The clutch pedal isa" m f

earnings back nto tie business. Facilities for FOR YOUR'' .Pontiac's' efforts to fcHig the finest available 'tier gears lift themselves. 1 ,

improvement ai\expansion must be Cnsnoedwilh AtptiJt I,. Rubber, a'nd. quality, to buyers in tl*lower-price fields. New 19 models are now on display our t t

dollars from\ntators, "attracted by a reasonable Plsa\c Floor Tile CONVENIENCE, ': For the 1948'', Pontift offers, as optional ihowroosuited sand among them 1 is a car precisely \ I '

expeetstlot1k>f safety and a fair return equipment OB all modflj, the GM HydraMade'Drive. Colour "...._,. You! are cordially invited c
on investment. x Plastic \nd Aluminum Never before f>as a car priced so low to inspJ t them today, I

In ord f to 'leep l nr lel phon service II 1 TiULif been made; available with this phenomenal "CM Hyir.Mtk Drlvt, seem/w Cased.nf rUN '

GOING and GROWIN(\here must be tnoughof contribution to riving case and safety! JS.Well T r.l spriwel tI' tMlJiJiM./tell.

both kinds of dollar. Pie requires adequate wall, X the plasticFloor Obviously, you ihoull now drive/ Pooiiac for A "'"&E CAtl',JHMfK EYEX: FIF.tttr! RJ ,
telephone rste- rstes enlnc\nt to pay the cost of i {w a rn 2 Location ,

furnishing you telephone service with enough left, I 1
who'' IIn uiutu NIIKI ro| ruct.nil M KM sew HOI Ml STIlL .....,
over to yield a reasonable return to investors San ing and

I supply the dblliiri thst make the service possible. Finis il.t.ngRug Phone 321 7 'Phone 9154 .I

(Bus Station) J (Pur Oil Station)


North Federal )JligKw. Phone 291 RUSS WILE I""

.,' ..X'JI J :' ...!..", \... NLo1.J1JI"" rlJ .,,.. r' la .y "



I: '{ NOW SERVING BREAKFASTFrom HEALTH GROUP Table' Shows'' Cuts ComingIn Palm 'City NewsIHEUREUX I Volta in friends Palm who of City have Mr. and spent and Stuart Mrs.the winter C., lett R CITY AT The WEST,MANAGER International,PALM' ---BEACH TO City StEEl

In Ma

7 A. M. HOLDS MEETINGThe Withholding Taxes May 1 1 Perkssie'ra for. They their expect home to return agers' Association has wieet,

'In the fal1 Palm Bach for: its m<9 mi,
PACt Lunches: Packed for Fishing Parties C. H Volts attended .
r Mr. and MrS national convention aceordli
Washington, April t (W>--Th, $4800000000 income tax re. BURGESS VOWSANNOUNCED I a blrthda, party sunda)' to word received by L B
CUD Annual public meeting of Auction measure! passed by Congress over President Truman's veto I" the home of W. and Mrs, Eut
Stuart city
ATV (the Martin County,Tuberculosis grants relief to all of the nation approximately 52,000.000 taxpayers !Paul MlspeU Britt Road honor- who u

And'.Still Offering You the i'and Health,-Association was held ranging from 100 per cent In the lowest Income bracket lag Miss Bertha MlspeL Twenty member of tAe organUatkEurtt ;

d [Tuesday\ hlght at Stuart Civic to S pe? cent (to the. highest brackets. It removes ',400.000 low' I I chlldi-n and 15 mothers The and will -only have to I
l spanPalm DELICACIE FTHE SEVEN SEAS Center Income persons from the tax rolls completely/ !fathers enjoyed the affair and retreshnlenta 40 miles ,to attend the It
Effective 1. the would all withholdings from By MRS. ANNA B. OAT children played games -but last
I Feature of the\ meeting was a May law reduce I were served< by *". thlndlg year attend
With PREPARED BV MAST \ h FS TO SUIT THE 1 Dm i shpwlnff of "Youth Health pay envelopes and'salary checks The tax reduction Is retroactive Mrs Aline Burgess of Stuart at Montreal, Canada_ _
MispeL _,. _
facffltsibiy PALATE OF ANY FOOBl LOVER. :Department at work" followed to January }. 80 next year the taxpayers\ wquld get\ refunds,on has announced'Urn marriage of _

\ overpayments from January >t< to May L' her daughter, Elizabeth, Jan. 1 -
I by a talk by Dr. Ross Hague, CA IAU L.UI
The following table shows bow much will be withheld from Mr.
to John LHeureux son of
FACILITIES FOR BANQUETS \ND PARTIES director of health for St. LucIe, National
those paid by the week: and Mrs. H. M. LHeureux\ Of dvertsES

I Indian River and Okeechobee Palm City, They recently re- MA R

,Counties who stressed the Importaric Wag Number of xemptlona Claimed turned from a honeymoon trip I BOUGHT TOWE'LL ,IS CAPITAL
of a health departmentin to North Florida and Georgia SE THEM AT
SEE OUR SAILFISH FLEET COMF/IN EVERY AF- { communities .. 8, 1 $3' 4 I 0\ and later left for Augusta, Ga? SCOUNTALL
where he has obtained, employment 20 TO 25%
report was presented '
MIXED DRINKS IN THE SAILFI. I ROOM COCK covering the activities of: 813 -- .. '-,00 .10 0 ,0 .. 0 .0 b of Palm. Both City are and former students residents at ALL BEAUTIF EAR\L Y PATTERNS At '

3'f TAIL LOUNGE. :the association! during!! the flsca It .. 2,20 ,jjO. 0' 0 0' 0 0 Martin County High School SEE THEM

year The report showed that $15 2.30 .411 0 q 0 0 0 i Elizabeth was a member of the Furniture
the $ 18 ,- uo .so 0 O' 0 0 0 sophomore class and John of the Roddenbury
during two
mass X-ray surveys '
$01 100( .'70 Q 0 0 0 0 senior clans Best wishes go to A and N. 2nd/L. Fort Pierces
in Martin County, total Cor. Av*
)8 - 2.110 .80 II 0', 0 0 0 them from their'friends her*.

i !of 4.130 chest X-rays were made, 2.90 0.00 5 ',; "" The ladles of the Palm City ... .. -,.--- ---
The Lighthouse 'and in fullowup work 95 larger g : : : : : 3.10 1.19' '0 :. ," : : : Demonstration[ Club met Monday -

X-rays were made ;Miss Myrtle \ .at the home of Mrs. Jolan
Christmas $ 21 2.30 1.30. 0 0 0 0 ,0
Dyer seal tale chairman '
total $22 - UO' 1"1 0 0 0 0 0 Blasko Under the supervision an/GREENLEES
reported return Of
U. S. NO. I AND THI/ST. LUCIE RIVER $904 88. approximately $200 short $ 23 - UQ 1.50' 0 f\ 0 0 Q of Miss Luclle Inseoe a helpful
interesting was
of the return in 1946. Treasur 2. - ,1.70 1.70 0 0 0 0 0 program

-- I er's report showed a balance of 25 Un' uo ".. ,,0 0 0 ,I P! 0 served enjoyed| by,the. Refreshments Jrostess were! ENGINEERING AND SURVEYING
--- ----
Jl.965.23. Budget for the newt 8 - 400 :2.00i0 0 0 D 0 I
Miss Mabel money and friend, Registered Surveyors
,I year was read and approved. Officers 8 21 - UO 2.20 .10 0 0' 0 0
i elected were C. A. Christopher Miss Helen VUedendorp of Pat Cert .1a. C.rL 132 and 665StuarL
8 28 4 30 2.30 .40 0 0 0 0
erson. N. J., left Saturday on
president W R Baker,,
THOSE : 0 29 - 440 1.50 .00 0 'II 0 0 the Champion for their horns
Steelman vice-president, 2nd vicepresident.Miss : Mrs Grace .30 4110 3.60 .70 ",01', 0 D 0 after a 10-day vacation here at 303 E. 4th St. FIs,
SENSATIONALGREWOUNDS Amy Hulls, secretary, and 6 31 '. 4.70 8.80 .90 O. D 0 0 the. home of Miss Plnney 311
I'I Mrs Lloyd C Travis treasurer, $3a-- ,- + 4.00 2.90 00 0 ,0 a 0 brother.
Thirty board members, were $ 33 .' $.00 3.10 1.20 0 0 0 0 Palmer Bozone has recovered 1

,I elected to serve in the association 34 - 6.20 UO 130 0 0 0 0 from the ,chicken pox and returned -4
ARE UNNING l $55.- 6301.401.50 0 0 0 0 to his school. i

$30 - 5.50 3 so 160 0 0 Q a Herbert Hodapp Is. confined tohr's
NIGHTLY ENGLISH SPEAKSIN home with the mumps. and ALE
0 0
$33 UU 370 180
Mrs.Lena Parker left last week
STUART MONDAY 38 - 6,80 o' 1,90 0 0 0 CI for Cleveland after 10-week
\R $4.50 Per Case'
RAIN SHINEPALM 8 39 - Uo 4.00 2.10 ,20 0 0 0. vacation here at the horn of her
Swinging: down the Florida $ 40 - 8.10 4 10 220 .30 0 0 0 later and brother-in-law Mr. Schlrf> Pabst, Budweiser and Miller High Life
AT HE East. Coast through the Lake 41 ,50 0 0 0 nd Mrs Charles KrummMr '
Ok' 'rhotr-e back to .
(< Miami
area $ 42 6,30 UO 250 .00 0 0 0 and Mrs C H Rowe and in id enjoy favorite beer and Sahdwicfc
and then up-State to Tampa for Drop your
0 0 Mr. and Mrs Jack Rowe who recently -
43 6 50 4,60 2,70 .80 0
I the traditional picnic at Alderman left for Grace, N. C, have Plenty of Parking Spac
BEACH 'a Ford Colin English, State $ 44 - 6,60 4,70 280 .90 (J' 0 0
$ 45 680 UO' 1.10 0 0 0 written of their safe arrival and
School Superintendent and'can- 3,00 OWPOST LUNCH BAR
that they were surprised to find
didate for Governor continued $46 - 090 800 3.10 1.20 0 0 0
I now there, They expect to return u. So I INDIANTOWN ROAD
t lir campaign\ which Is KENNEL 1CLUB him over the entire State! at $ 48 'l.20 1130 340 1.60 0 0 0 Gene Thompson waa called

''break-neck speed. I II .49 . ,7.40 8,50 3,60 1.60 0 0 AI 'recently to Cleveland by .the

I He opened el week with amorning i 5 50 ',. .. 'Uo 8,60 3,70' 1,80 0 0 0 death of his father, He and his

address In Cocoa, and $ 51 - 1.70 J.80 390 1.90 0 0 0 brother, Paul, made the trip by

speeches at Melbourne. Vero $ 52 ," ,. 1.80 5.90 400 2.\0\ .20 0 0) plane. '

Races Nig\tly 1 concluding Beach 1 ; 1 Okeeehobee the day with and a Stuart successful 63 - 800 11.10 420' 2.20 .,so 0' 0 Palm Mrs. Anna Stossel of West I Your dIe moneys
0 Beach spent the past weekend
night Address before a i$ 54 - 8.10 8.20' 430 UO.50 0 at her horn: here I
crowd in West Palm Beach $65 - 130'8.4045011.60 .60 0 0
FIRST RACE ,large Mrs: V: V Wortham. Jr. left :
8:15: and 'his second radio talk on aStatewide $58 140 8.50 460 :UO .80 0 0
1 Monday with a delegate from
hookupIt $ 6'7 860 8.70 480 280 .90 0 0 the Order of the Eastern Star of 1 i
is gratifying to me to see $ 58 - 8,70 '.80 490 ,3,00 1.10 0 0 Stuart for Tampa where they I

Quinelas Race I that my candidacy and the! progress $ 69 890 'too &.10 3.10 1.20 0 0 will attend the Grand Chapter :
every I have advanced for Florida 60 - UQ 1.20 UO 140 UO 0 0 for a i 2' %

if meeting with such wldespreafavDr" 82 940 7.50 5,60 3719<<1 1.80 0 0 Mr, and\.I'I. & L Rigbee= and I' ,

Daily Double 2nd and 3rd ices English said here Monday $ 64 - 9.70' 7.80 5.90 400 2,00 .10 0 small son Ernie, left Monday for ,

the "I am indeed the grateful for 66 - 10,00 810 8.20 UO 3.30 ..40 0 Iprlngfleld 111., when they planto Per An Ume J 1
response given program
spend the summer: 'They ex.!
I and for the $ 68 10.30 840 $.50 460 J 60 ,70 0
No minors admitted splendid support pert> to return In the fall to their on.( a t
which Is being given my cam 70 - 1060 8.70 8.80 4.00. 2,90 100 0 i<
home here on Reilly Ave. : .
paign In all counties I have visited 72 - lQ.90 11,00 UO '6.20 3.20 1.30 0 Mr and I Insured SlvingsAccoults :
Clubhouse Mrs Ross Thaxton
Special Service I shall do all in 150 0 '
/ my powerto 14 - 1120 9,30 UO 6,50 160 have returned. 'from Vlrd n. 111. .
merit the confidence which la 1.90 0
$76 U,60'11,60 1.70 .6.80 UO where they were called
by a
being shown in me and my plansfor .10 2.20 .30 TheFederal Savings and loan Insurance Corporation
71 - 11.80 9,90 8.00' 11.10 death tri the family. -

a--greater-- FloridaHIL'S ." 80 - 12.10 10,0 8 30 840 HO 2,50 .60 Mr.. and Mrs Walt Windsor'who t insures individual accolnts to $5,000.IIuaband

8 82 ,- 1240 10.50' 800 8.70 UQ UO .90 have spent the winter In and wife may have total of/J6,000, fully insured.

i'$ 84 .. .. 12.10 10.80 8.90 '7.00 '8.00 3.10 1.20 Jensen. Beach called Friday on I J First Ft'dt'ralllavlnll'li accAinta are legal investmentsfor

86 - 13,00 11.10 11.20 7,30 UO 3,40 1.60 their. friends, Mr. and Mrs. B.I j I Trust Funds as well a/Funds held by Guardians
I$ 68 ,- 13.30 1140 1150 7.80 UO 3.70 1.80 M. Hlgbee and Mr. and.Mrs. F. { Administrators and Exec ora. '
1.. Hlgbee I before leaving
8,90 13.0 UO '11.80 7.80 6.90 4,00 2.10 f'.l
their'home In Speculator, N. | /
6 93 1390 12.00 10.10 ..10 8.20. UO 2.40 Write
The Rev and Mrs Wallace XL 1
8 94 "IUO 12.30 10,40 8,40 UO 4,60' 2.70
Sterns, Mrs George Smith Mrs I IAnna
DANCE MUSIC THURS. 8 96 - 14 50 12 80 10.70 870 8SO 4.110 3.00 I '
FRI, SAT- B, Day and ,Mrs Van
8 98 - 14 80 12.90 11.00 9,00 UO 6.20 1.30 Frank expect to attend the an- FIRSTFEDERAL/

$100 15.30 lUO 11.50 9.60 1.70 6.70 3SO foal State conference of the,
I By THE SHEL ON BAKER TRIO lUO 10,30 140 UQ 4.80 '
I $105 18.10 12,20 Congregational Church In Avon
I $110 - 18 80 14 90 13,00 1110 Uo'UO 6.30 Park the first three days of next Savings am Loan Associationof

FOODSCOCKTAILS $115 17.60 15.60 13.10 11.80 9,90 1.00 8.10 week. Mrs Smith and Mrs. Day J I/dian River, County t
$120 - 1830 16,40 IUD 12,80 10,80 8.70 8.80, are the delegates from the local
$125 1900 17.10 15,20 13.30 11.40 11.60 1.80 church. They will visit Bok VERf BEACH, FLORIDA
LOCATED 6 MILES VEST OF FORT PIERCE $130 - 1980 17,110 18,00 14 00 12.16 10,20 'UO Tower Monday and arrive at the 1612-20th Street I Dial 2137

ON OKEECHOBEE RD. conference for the opening banquet -
$135 20.50 18.80 18.70 ,1480 12.90 11,00 UO R. W. Sf'lgwlck
Monday evening Seer taryTreuurerMember
21.30 19,40 17,5Q 16.50 13.SO .U10 1.80
$140 -
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Puches of Fedeii i Home Loan Bank and,Federal
PHO 1052-R $145 - 22,00 20.10 UI,2O 18.30 IUO ;12.50 ID.50 Stuart, frequent Palm

$160 '- 2320 21.20 111.30 IUD 16.50 13,60 IUO ltors, expect to leave today CIty1.8 for- Savingo and Loan'Insurance Corp.
20,80 18.110 17,00 .15.10 11.20 Current divldild,
$180 - 24.70 23.70 their Northern home. rate.

$170 28.10 24.20 22.30 20,40 11,50 18,60 ,UO Mr and_Mrs. Harry Tranger, .

$ISO - 27,80 25.70 23,80 21.90 20.00 18.10 IS.io ._-

$Ioq - 29.10 2UO i5,30 23.40 21.1I0 111,80 lUtl



J Application baa been made to Vic Vet jays fcp <7R\

the Department of the Army by
I IS LIFE Fred Murdock of Jensen Beach & $& & &

e for a permit to construct a pierat JUST MABUito?>.INCBEAS6 i im
NEED FOR LIFE property on the westerly YOUR TRAINING ? EOUCATlONAl -
s. *
FOR HOPE -1. FOR WARMTH . shore of the Indian River about \ I
400 ft. south of the highway '
bridge at Jensen Beach. The NEAREST,VAC, MMEplAmY \

I proposed timber pier would pro.
led Into the water 400 feet from l i I .
the high-water shore line, and
.I would be about 4 feet wide supported
,r. FOR THE BEAl ,
COMFORT on two-pU bents, The i

OF THE HOME FOR PLEASANT LIVING rlyerward end of the pier would Beauty YeParao"SDANIEL'S(
1i CONDITIONS -I terminate In a balanced T- c ,
1A shaped head 16 feet long and 8 .

a feet wide....,. f / f I
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"CONTR. Mora than 88,000.000 slash pine e. -LIPSTICK 1 G' !

seedlings have been produced by
the Florida Forest Service In the
f VY1JS'I' IS NECESSARY Fife THE MAXIMUM OF COM. last 17 years, and,almost 9,000,- "f! FlJIT 11. [ G NJ7/rLCQ.y, tI'

Qy '7!IU Nib'" M1IDJ d<(! FORT FOMU SENSE OF WELLBEING.FOR 000 ,more will! be distributed to \
landowners by the end of the
SOFTENED EIGHT, TEMPERED LIGHT current planting season '
r l1./taJo- CALL FRT PIERCE 225 ,, =l Miss I lu Radiar

VENETIAN Lttt One Of Our R reaentatlvee" Measure Your /'JOE" ( SPeclpf S O CoAf/Oaf/ II I

Ja Windows Fir Venetian Blinds MOSLEY WIII girt Esper9 A I I
5 ti 5UP e ee roe. Moulp Cats

A K 'MANUFACTURING CO. aa. PLUMBING Frlday'and Sa rday, April 0 and 10w I

f 3 t s Mi. So. of O\anc Av On U. S. 1 I JOBBING -r CONTRACTING ,.. ..,. MAKE UPl '

Amp Parking Prompt Efficient Service -i All Work Guaranteed : REMOVER '

Fort Pierce: Florida NIGHT 'OR ,DAY ; I

1 ONE JOB DONE WELL. P.'O. Box 1012 "" """"' ''',lit ...
Just Phone 246 ,t v tr. .. \Dent A....

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: E PARKING- .. Hobe Sound flews ..., iiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiintiiiiii No permanent cure for the In Worlds\ this wlntet:! than (ist ,ri I : f i

,be Dow. Tow., Basis of Agreement shortage 1* seen until economic any similar period In recent 'his" i'I '
wttM I'ID PARK ALL DAV IF YOU LIKE By MARIE BRODRICK TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY security: and more attractive tory. There were only 303 fires I 1
UP i

I a yga slxculR au BRANCH Mr. and Mr J, B. Sanders and OVER period hive of been many.IIft"-years, By RUSSELL KAX11111111I1111I1111111I1111I1111"11"11111I"11"11I"11"11I" working up to conditions a par with bring other.ourstog Acids-,' Forest on land Service protected during by the October Florida, ,, f.',':11

gMAI IACH FRIDA Iww. ri wwlr visited daughter, Doris. ot Homestead .. psrtnar" Their I.l.l m..l..l.l ...".........n...............,........I l.l..l l.l l.l...."..".l'."..".1111111 1111111111 Open to women. November and December, as ", ", i
Sunday with Mr..and Mrs
wr' : social end tdurallonul l bark- compared to 878 in ,the tame I
A. H. Mulling. grounds srs diff rent end their I Ai the campaign for Governor Because ;ot; the heavy rainfalland / j three months of 1943, The number i" y '
John West of West PaInt Beach views on economic issues polilki, swings Into Iti final' month we EFFORTS MADE cooperation by the public,' of fire on unprotected wood'I 'i'
called; On Arnold Brownie two end other questions are often find nine Democratic and two Chert have been less forest tires lands is not known. 'i_r!, ?: I '
afternoons last week.Mr quil,. opposite. Yet these two Republican candidates In the
partner have enjoyed a friendly field' and a more or lest bewildered UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMtllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIII l IIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIlJI I ::'
I spent
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relationship, unnmrred by any and '
apathy public. I
week in Homestead with ber son GRINER'S ;<
of their l
diU'erenln the wnduct / I
With no Major Issue of .uf.tlclent .
+ a land daughter-in-law. businex stairs. public Interest to. arouse i RIV DE RESTAURANTI 1 i//1 ;
J. A. '
ehSnse sups Provide.I Bennett madj a On more than one occasion much FOR NURSES I 0 I .
candidates I
+ business trip to Stuart Monday friends bav liked them, "How I concern are SP fAL MENU EVERY DAY f 6; ; ''I ,
r foods foe Mr and Mrs C. A Herron two partners, with. such finding themselves hard-pressed i 5 \ I i J )
II n bcbrouaMPsy can !In their effort to make an /im- Fried Chi en leaks, Oysters and Shrimp )
Stuart, were visitors\ here last widely different viewpoint' be '
week. such staunch friends and so agree pression. Nothing new or startling : The Florida State Nunee' As'soclation S OME COOKED. 1', : 1 i, j
,for tl IfBARTLETT has been Injected In the this. week set forth its I .
Jlmmle Bennett, Salerno spent able In /bujlneif'" I I Tea DeliciOUI Food fA 11' (l
campaign to tar version of the cause and possiblecure j t"'l
Friday night with his aunt and Their answer U simple and I '

BROS. llns.uncle, Mr, and Mrs. A. H. Mul- stairs practical w.; hive"In every-day friendly ffve-and-human made A review from of the the stump various last appeals week trained of nurses an acute In Florida.shortage of : MRS. AL RT GRINER I < ; I :t :

-- PHONE /e/ take disagreements. However, on reveals what might be termed According to Miss Elizabeth = Drive In C\rb Service ,I
Mr and Mrs ?Q: D. Quigley the fundamental luue of loving "itandard, run-of-the-mill rou Reed president of the association = Vi MILE NORTH. IT. UJCIE R\ER BRIDGE ON Own, NO I Q 'I, \ I I ,

-- ------. and, daughter visited friends: Kathleen and! relatives Stevenson God and wholeheartedly our neighbor, we In are tgrre alwayt help tine" for political the farmer gum-beating and citrus part to ot Increased the shortage Interest Is attributed In. "dI111111111111111I1111II111111111111111111Illllt111! !. .!! _!.'. I !!!!!,!, "" .. 1I.!!!!!!!!!iiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiS"BECKER'S"!!! .!!.!!.! .!! .!!t}! ..I J, I V 1

here Sunday. I meat Whatever our honest differences grower, a sound business administration health care, development of hospitalization IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII, Iltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllelllllllllll!! ;;J. t: 1. ,: i,,!.

Cecil McLean and Mr, and of opinlnn may be In 'economy, elimination p I an. permittingmore '; I :, .:
Sailsport estaurantJust Mrs. John McLean and daughter ; other matters, ..... both realize of ,overlapping bureaus better people to patronize hospitals ;
Carol, of New Smyrna were that the only thing of.real Importance schools aid for the old folks, and the Increased use of : T. ,\ I J ),
the guests! 'pf Mr and Mrs, W D. I 1s to love God and to in fields, such industry 'I '
as : '
elimination' of tax: nurses utile
South Frazier Creek: siridge; On U. S, 1 Griffin Sunday. express that love constantly" In for' boats and agricultural-on gasoline use,, : and transportation. 5 3 Miles North of tuart on U. S. 1 2 r\/.1, / :'I ''I.v vs .
Mrs Albert King and Mrs. dealing "with our fellow men DE IOUS = i ;'
NOW'SERVI better roads, Improved I public Long: hours split shifts, lack '
William\ King visited Friday with In IN experience of these bu lne l- health, old for municipalities,, tf" retirement provisions and lowsalaries !I ''f V : :(j ,
c 1 i:4 l't
is realistic proof of the FROZE CUSTARDS .
: ALL MEALS. A \A CARTE Stuart.Mr.Mr. and. Mrs, W, H. I Arnold of I efficacy* men of srlentilla Christianity no new taxes-none of these has are driving out. some:
aroused any tidal wave of enthusiasm nurses who are already trained, ALSO |
ATREDUCED' and Mrs. A. H. Mulling'. In the alTairs of mankind. There the association claims Faulty, :: 1 \ '

PRIC S Mrs. Sallla Willis and Mr. and li anrtiuftmioua nothing) either hI'' the superficial successful or. Trios who have taken the distribution of nurses Is another Hot Do Hamburgers, Coffee f \i 'J"i ;.
Mr* J. B. Sanders and daughter, ,
factor in the :: ;
leading shortage.
trouble if'
way that these two meg are ap. to turn out for the I
REAL HOME MEALS Doris, visited relative In Salerno plying in their business enterprise -, 'speakings"' seem to be more in- Nurses tend to concentrate in Watch for OiVStand Just South Jensen Cut-Off Road = I :'1< \\1"
,COOK p Sunday
: Ihe fundamental teachings wrested In what the candidate metropolitan\ area where research illlllllllllllllllllllllunilllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIII KiiTHIIlTUART 9
A party was given Sunday on \ ,
and additional facilities
-r5'PECALSPAGHETTI of Christ Jenus. looks like, bow he handles himself '
the beach In honor of Charles are available, where salaries are I I .
Asked by a lawyer of the PharU. on the stump\ and who he
Hall, Jr., who celebrated his 21st .
and ME T BALLS sees, "\VhlrhIs Ihe great commandment has with him than In what he better and where Opportunities /> : :
birthday. Dancing was.enjoyed for recreation are mors varied. i J '
In the law? Ihe great might Hay. No one knows how .
BENJAMIN CODD /D, Owner and refreshments ot t frankfurters Teacher and Wyhower answered many of those who make up the In order to make nurses available I I-.j, :I. I I I' "
Member Martin County CUTmber of Commerce potato chips pickles, a decorated (Matthew 22-J)7l"Thou:) "crowd" are qualified voters. Acheck In places where there Is a I ?
birthday cake and cokes hull love the Lord<1 thy God with of several gatherings In serious\ shortage, the Florida I : ; 'I'.j i
were served to JOhlHaromy:\ all thy heart and with alt thy South Florida seemed to Indicate State Nurses Association has setup ,1'' : ; 1
June Matouset.. Bert Clements, soul and with all thy mind. And that many were tourists, -sun- a non-profit counseling I and I PRECISION .1 "' I.V ,
!Ola Ricardo Mary Diamond, Bob he! added (verse 391), "The second hunters with time on their hands placement service designed to '
e Diamond/ Adair Mahan. Jerry li like unto It. Thou shall love dis- ; I'' i
and a pormal amount of curiosity promote a more I
Anne Smith Fred Rein Fred thy neighbour as thy elf." t't'I.
1 commandments and desire for entertainment. tribution of nurses by filling Jobs I li 1: ; ;
These two maybe
which vacant and is what in
I likened to a brilliant searchlight So far the 11-man free-for-all are now put- counts I I I ,
r l 1 I I revoking", Into the dark recesses has proven a rather tame affair. ting to work nurses who are I II i ) .

I of mortal thought .and behavior Contenders have contented, I without regular; employment. I II' filling your prescripttion "I .i\

di'pIllinlllhe! shadows of themselves with shadow WJdng, i' for it mutt be *s> :
I greed, aelllsh ambition, hatred, string up their opponents and where else It Is Warren and I '
I envy. and contentiousness, and keeping out of each others way I'somebody.. I acting to the Nth de. :
revealing In their stead generosity with the exception of Dick The boys seem to be pretty :!

I humility, love, gratitude, and Cooper and Basil Pollltt who well bunched for second place. : gree. For thisVrason. only experienced, conscientious i I" V '(
peace. dash out of their corners, throwa Shands, McCarty, English and t (I
How much needless bickering wild punch and make themselves Watson all appear to have sub- I pharmacists: areVn duty at Stuart Drug a name' l f'

Merits in c c4; takes pluoe over questions' thathave more or less annoying to staatlal followings and none at I wheA k t I 'j?
,-, I Ir i INSURANC inw nothing to do with God and the other boys who are sparring the moment has moved far to remember the doctor hands you a prescription li, !I t V.

elude lh bility HI. perfect, kingdom! For ex. carefully and seeking; an open- enough away from each other to I order. Bring i to..us for filling -- and delivery :t ; i (
ample, business partner may disagree ,
make their position clear. After i
/ and DE E when .whether Ing.With 1 Iql''
price trends on 1
sverythlng to gain and that la anybody's guess :who is I \upon your request !
a f ellojr has been they should paint I their store front ,
; : : of nothing to lose, Cooper has where and events of the next ,
I location
white or red, on the V
hit hard adver ITUJurr
by the week should tell whether I .
Mere and ready lor their stock and on the Individual bravely challenged big boys or so I
city, /o LEND A merits of workers. But Iww.verconlro"er.'al to verbs duels and has Joined'ollltt ot not a dark horse will develop.- 1' tk '
inspection. Big I
your t H PING In pointing an accusing The only possibility I call.ee.,
r the problems maybe ,
roomy, ll-cubie-fbot 1 HA Dl lt to a cri- discussion of them will be finger at campaign expenditures, Macfadden who fooled the pants I J n i r'JJIr + ;
capacity. Freeze and aia, light mean friendly end the final decisions which Is one way to gain publicity oft a lot of folks in his Senatorial -i

store 385 pounds of E V R Y thing nearest rinht under the circumstances and get in the other guy's race and Is an admitted I
+ delicious food. DO NY' when the foundation of lair. For the!! most part these applecart upsetMr. THE RE ALL STORE I
TO U. CherishWlATER daily thought and action! is a supreme antics of the lesser lights have A lot of folks are discounting II 1 1J t
WAIT.>.,supply is not itlI him Phone 11 Stuart, Fla. .
i love for God and the proof accomplished little Waaon'and( the polls put
unlimited, and expression of that love Is In Down Miami way; Bernarr' well down the ladder but the p f r
t Iso loving our neighbor as ourselves.' lacfadden U beginning to flex name Watson is worth a lot of J ,

I Mary Baker )Eddy' the Discoverer his muscles and give evidence votes on any ballot and now that I .'
of Christian. --------- .
ED APP and Founder of getting in the melee in earn- he U backing Jt up with strong t ./
Science, writes la '"Science and :at. He slapped back In it big verbal barrages you can look ,.. '
Health with Key la the Scrip '
way this: week at wisecrackers for him (o move up Into the first'
REAL ORR the tures"Lord(CPo thy 8)/)!God"Dost with thou all//lov'thyheart who have been kidding about his division. The political fog and ;:&. I : :

ACO FERTILIZER CO. age by submitting to a thorough smoke Is plenty thick and no-, '
., and with all thy soul, and I''
0, Ar deh be able to see '
with all thy mlnd'T This com physical examination and checkup Body seems to
Phone 1 maud Includes uiucb,even the surrender on March 18, 1948 by the very far at this time. All I call SseWliy"MAGIC S f 'I'I
of all merely material Civil: Aeronautics Administration see is a lot of shadowy forms '
Phone and
266 297 sensation affection, and ''Won hip." for renewal of his private pilot's moving about; maybe you can I

S! S. DIXIE HIGHWAY FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA On the same paste: the says; "If license. Macfadden came through tell me who they reo
selHshnss has given place to with flying colors, the examination I I .
_._ ..._ shall regard our free
-- ---- -- --- --- -- kindness w* revealing him from ,
neighbor unselfishly, and bless disease .with no structural defects FOOT SPEC LIST CIRCLE"Mab "
them that curs ill but w* shall vision and hearing okay. Cklr- ,
West P t.lm Beach Directory never meet this great duly limply An experienced flyer, Macfadden Non Fort Plrw ...1cas .. I
by asking that it may be don. plans tq use his plane throughout r k. Tea ,1, '
There Is a cross to be taken up the campaign. FaCDERICK L. PORTS : ,
When ID Welt, r. Beach! \ These Firms Appreciate Your PatronageBADCOCK'S before .w* can enjoy the fruition Prognosticate and poolsters P.n4a.rATHLETES / I (I
of hope and faith. I
What our I Is Ih.t cross* It Is the find general agreement thatFuller / ; i
> )
Warren Is the man to GRM Hotw Ms Finest r \
"see Ma u t. m Moas II A W T II 0 R E E proof\ f and demonstration ia daily beat and the question. to FOOT :'
experience of our love tot tied second ? KILL IT IN ONE HIJUR. : :
1512 Clematis SL T ROOFING CO. and for nur fellow man. That man Is about the most debatable YOUR 35c BAi ,
( rl demonstration Includes the givingup one under discussion to- II MM .Iw.dr th e... Furniture and pOOFIN6- $HUT METAL of all.) belief In and reliance on dar.: Answer very depending on LV. T. kill M, r." s.Wt KfACH It. GrtTEOL \ \ I If
HEATING-VENTILATING materiality, and the constant who and where you ask. HereIt .., Stuart Oral dT STRONG dead l. UPENETRATES. ,. I ,
Have Furnishings OPTICIaN...... OPTOMnRI8TI wAfuraoorlNo proving of tb* suustanc.I and pew Is Warren and McCarty IOm-- fun tea. mnfa. Hrjlmt w.lhytfo... *Mar* t.r... HEATER f I: j.:
CLREAT'O fie OLI.a. jeclion of SpiritThe I fkrit- WATER 4. '

tout Sedates. Monitor, ; r '
I WE MAKE OUR O N l '. ,

MeT;"'. Margie Parsons, David :

I Callen, Donnie Bowden, Settle NEON SIGNS -- tnt lawn how Hof. ,
I"" I'
Robinson Jean Robinson, Julia
Jamison, Roberta Hall Mr. and SERVICED inf't amains new pres. ''ti 1 'j
Mrs. T. W. Jamison, Mr. and Mrs. SALES MANUFACTURE s ltd Calrod' Unit hat j jr
W, H. Wheat, Paul Wheat, William ADVU.TlSING voluthn'utJ th* wafer iJ I
Hard Ked Corrosive Wheat.Charles Wheat and -- Mating industry, Hotpoint el :

Mrs. C. B. Hall ,". .. II'
Mr.. Mr.S: of Stuart g vNyu "I
and Tucker : I
For Exnert Advice Consult were the guests of Mr and 4 1 ranmad.bl .
Mrs Ex: ,J. Arnold Sunday, l pot wafer supply pouib// i I ,
D F. KEITH Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Arnold'of .e ''I

Stuart and Mr. and Mrs, George rr : f e Flbrglat-lniulalt l lank i f i,
TOR PIERCE, FLORIDA Anold, Thomaavllle Oa., visited 235 Old Dixie Hi-way stem hot wear for llm doyi

Tuesday afternoon with Mr, and Stuart i ,} eThwmaM mtnhnlzet w sN! ,k ,
Mrs E.: J. Arnold.
COAST W TER Mrs.,,George Os", visited Arnold severs of Thornasvllle days- b I gallant capacity. A 11 r

30 SOUTH 4th ST, ,i PHONE 884 or'532.W with her brother and atster-ln- t;

f law, Mr. and Mrs. J. L.: Arnold had _____ _ _____ __ ......,._._. ._--- '
Mr. and Mrs. Albert King
as'' their dinner guest TuesdayMrs. i iIia

George Arnold who. la vis- EUCiRICWAIERNEATEES
Y us'_ ting with! many,relatives and FROM THE ATTI Phone 265"VOLLRATH Iia
friends, here and lit Stuart. TO THE ceua BBS p

Foolish Americans! White call- ONLY

Phon lag for more houses, more paPer HA45r
and more wood products of all $89.7S
types, they set woods fires that P FE The Plumber"
3551 destroy the raw material for all these things.leautiful. LOW DOWN PAYMINTCONVENIENT
.t FOR i1 TERMS ''I ,

Quick, Dependable ASK AIOUT HOTNJINVlNIW i.r. ti
Rug ill VIA!

.PLASTER Pick li> and Delivery

CJtMINT S.rviaS ESTTMA .SUBMITTED Hall's Electnc Service '

SIDINGG ante Product ,

Post Office rude

lobe Sound Lubber & Supply Co., Inc. S PhoMi, Diiiei J197 Highway,, 311 Akron AYe.LARR) VOLLRATH Stuart Fla. !'hon.s Da1 U (Night 33S-R ",

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Doctors from throughout the TO MOnt WRECKED AUTO'fullahamet.A NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES Dollars i'+L', ; 1_ Mar, ,

., I state "will meet in st AUKUMIW\ repair garage The County Agent's ColumnBy Spent ;i '!:t twMy::
,, April 11-14 for the 74lb annual or wrecker service operator isauthorized' At Horn A; MARTIN
Jp convention of the Floilda Modleal ,- 1 to move a vehicle L. M. Johnson '
PACt Association! It was announced I:
that has been Involved In an Stay :
this week tin Dr Wllltom C r ,
( Thomas. aalnewlll .president I accident; the driver or person rancher: of Port food and other essential agricultural At Home
.CLIO : 'in charge ot tbi: 'vehicle! Involved Mayaca, purchased young registered commodities The land Is
ATVAdi Brahma bull at the being held on the farm and ,Improved I
Junk I may not, Attorney General J. Brahma Sale In Arcadia March Essentially says Mapp, Your Business Card In This. Section Every Week Will Pring You Business
v WE BUY *- Tom Watson advised the director 19. Tucker.said he plans to use the pregram, Is an Insurance ...... -
pan t wrecked cars, scrap I ot public lately, The responsibility this bull to Improve the Qualityof policy which continues to pay T ,I I c
l ot making an accident report hit breeding ,stock at Port dividends Indefinitely Into the ..- '
Paha copper and brass. Mayaca. future Both farmer and consumer Get Mile of Wear CA
With Is placed l upon the driver PIT BELL'g
help pay the dividends
facllltslbly O'5A or other person In charge of Tropical Fruit Farms area has and both are the continuing RECAPYOUKTIRES
TO RTS I operating the Ill-fated vehicle become guava conscious Several beneficiaries This partnership Orang Juice
easel and does not extend to other small plantings of guavas have Is about the most effective way 1 Squeezed at M..J
South 'xie tg way persons been made a.;d others are In found of getting the job done .Mi T'1.. Is IW..e s.M.a3 Fresh D\ly
under Outstanding ... ...I..1Y1
progress Flans are' way accomplishments 555.5 a. aclsolicited
For 'ercePhone BIC: 'REATION COURSE for the construction of two small of the program In Martin County .1 W a.cMr N 55 Wholesale unt,
9 I UtlTY MEMBERS TOLD 'cooperative guava juicing plants. are: I ]
1. Improved pastures t l on i 's
-- Faculty ol the recreation short Both the farmers who carry ranchland; ; I Fed. Highway/Na 1and J
I course to be held at the Civic out the conservation practicesand 2. Summer cover crops on Service Slat 1 Jensen] veld
I Center In Fort Pierce April 12- truckland, I
I the consumer who helps I Federal High y
3' STUAR 14 will Include R B. Van Fleet "foot the bill" can be proud of 3. Use ,of' minor elements ongroveland AT ..... _. _
CITY COMMISSION mid Mrs Anne Livingston of the what they've done under the Ag- ;
national recreation association I 4. of soil II -- .
ricultural Conservation Program. Improvement thru
Regular Met; gs widely.kno n specialist In com says Edward Mapp chairman of soil analysis and appliance of /
8:00 P. munity recreation work. The the Martin County Agricultural\ proper fertilizers, and f Fred A tafford'' WebjJrdwaytors
here Of 11 being conducted I I
f't I I rourip Conservation Committee 8 Ditching for surface water :
2nd and h I
I throughout the State by This year about $150,000,000 control: >
I the General Extension Division gisteredil
has been appropriated for con-
Ci Hall I for the University of Florida servation under ",CP. Divided Oren lot fattening cattlefinishing __ Engineer AUTHOHlfD DEALEt yes
I Florida State University and among the 145000000 people in steers on lush pasture RD
I State Department of Education, the country that means a little Instead of In the dry lot-has i And
1 in for residents of st. Lucie, Indian to the BALES D OEivicO
I over $1 person But to the come Florida Everglades
r Public AI ye Welcome River Martin and Okecho- farmer It means that 10 or 20, and growers there are producing nd Surveyor DAY AND NIrt
bee Counties or maybe 2CO or 300 persons are corn-two crops a year-to do WRECK R SERV1CI
E the conservation J Job done on his The Everglades Experiment !a. Florida- I
BILL FREEDoing farm. Station at Belle Glade has shownthat JA
In actual practice under this cattle finished on pasture
partnership program for soil and :are as high in quality as those
E Business A* water conservation, the chairman : finished In the dry lot. The practice ,

t | Equipment Sales and Service Co. = than explains matches the every farmer dollar mor put Southern holds areas possibilities where for pastures other rf r HOME See BUr ,DING

up by consumers In additionhe thrive. f
=: Moisture "Where and When You Want It" usually does all the workOften .
S: mlCAT10N' SXTEMS PUMPS, POWER UNITS AND SPRAYERS c encouraged by the limited Growing catalpa trees for \ illy sez. HIGBE1 &

= MANUFACTURE I help In getting started, he expands fence posts Is of widespread Interest -
i Free Sprinkle Portable Irrigation Systems 5 his conservation efforts In Florida, according to / ,". Atb.r, Cane r. wnll..oI. WORWAM
I I far beyond the basic practices of L. T Nieland, farm forester with
=: 553 W\r ORT PIERCE Ult ORANGE AVE. General
:: 1L Oup"'' II, P."", A U,ht luk,Suite. the program. the Mate Agricultural Extension i iI Fntractinf
Dividends resulting from this Service who has just distributed and pairs
II iiiiiMiiiiimiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiHiiii I iiiiiMiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiBACK. I I I J just was readin 'bout a
P. O.i tox 832.
public-farmer partnership are 200,000 seeds In 19 counties for
many and varied, says the chairman l-Ti club demonstration plant- foursome who built themselves One Bloc West Pale
The farmer has a better ngs. a raft on which for City Brilge OnJensefKHdwe The
AGAIN farm. Erosion and depletion are weeks they chose to bum fight
showed down.' The farm will Hairy Indigo, a relatively new I
last longer. Continued opera- legume in Florida is proving one If | the'r friends all said,
tion is assured and production is the most popular summer t r---: "They're would:
A New ShipnW of All-Wool daf J I" If you
Increased The benefits from cover suitable crops for both In the State.and It soil Is 'I read about their antics, get ....
public continued forage .
Axminstek abundant production of I Improving purposes. I j i :iI '_th April/ "Geographic" -: .

Rugs 5; It tells of lots of fun and

State's tricks in dodgin river traffic.
Beware Coughs' Two: daring fathers, 'n teenaged

and Carpets Materials Sought from commMicolds sons, from Chicago to

New Orleans, cruised: over

Increasing demand for Florida That Han On th' route of old-time runs,
in sizes from 6 by 9 up. A fine selectionof I '
and Mark
manpower and materials\ Twain's river
CraomuUoo rellevee prom be-
patterns from/ hick to choose. In the $429000000 volume! of eauH It ton right to the see the I Ir II scenes. Ther's twenty-one
trouble to help loosen an expel
Prices begin at construction started In the StateIn germ laden phlegm,and al ter. pictures, and a map -, th'
1947 and, for the most part to soothe bronchial and heal raw, terfer. Inflamed readin' will hold loo
mucous/mem* I
carrying over Into this year, the bnrws.Tell your druggist m sell you r
9.95 research and Industrial division a bottle of Creomulsion iwn the understanding in your lap is th' good such ,
you must 11UI the way It I
of the Florida State Chamber of quickly allays the coujA or you are
Commerce stated yesterday its to have your moneyJRtck. has said "We treasure th' SURE
Visit us in ou/new showroom at 900 South weekly business review CREOMUISIONforCoushf.ChelfColdj.Bronchltis I i th' THOUGHT that came
\ Dixie opposi| y the park in Fort Pierce. "Of the reported total $128- RAM II I stood by the'r guns! A trip TRY THEM -- IT
340000 represents wages and ; ..
a-roughm' it,out with
/ A salaries breakdown at the of construction the' $427800000 site I- Olde ? them SMILES and MEM'

total construction Volume showed y I APT TO U.y It
GRIF/IN-ECKER Inc. : all types of residential construction r I
$262,600.000; farm construction ABSTRACT & TITLE 1l j JensenBeadRETE
$9.000.000; private nonresidential L ic
LOOR COVERINGS building $88300000: I INSURANCE CO., Inc.

FOKT'PIERCE, FLA public building $18,900,000, public ,
engineering and ---
ous projects $ mlliCellane-j 10 Vi\tory Arcade i
,i highway 25200000. bhurt I I
FOR Flacet
I SALEThis Foundati is,
Waterfront PropertiesAlong I LIVESTOCK SALESJacksonville ;- I ME I I DrivewayA Sidewalk,
f I I ] valuable Blocks liVk, Dru
April BSuits of space ata
the 1\| 11 hod t Bt Lucie rivers and Hobe Sound. livestock on 11 Florida markets Phon 53 EW I i i' Tile, Sept\ Tank.
\ Ocean FronassOS. during the current week: brought I I OR I I most reasonable price In F\t
florida producers a gross cash to keep Everything'in YoncrckDUNTlI
57A total estimated at $341,957.70, fora I HAIR' your name and

.,, > consolidated total of ",:tt>9 ABSTRAClIJHOUR j I services: before 6,000
t ( cattle and 1647 hogs, reports !I j
( I ( SERVK%) I
'ri O rI available today In the Jackson 1 people every week. t. L. DECK
> ville offices of Florida; State & Box 936 Phon 7.11
RyER a zTUA Markets revealed Nine of the 1 J JI
reporting markets handled 2491 ,- TITLE INSURANCE
;; cattle and 1288 hogs, for a ---- - -I
consolidated cash grand total of (LOW COST} I
$209,222.10, according to the official I I I I i Ii II ,StiAuto t
reports Two markets, for I
: which cash totals WE INSURE TAX TLES I
I were I Camp
I !' 1I 359 able hogs handled for an 1,768 : .IInavaU-// I iD II I

of 132735. M I Modern 1 ottsges

I i I I And TraRENTALi BY nA 1 r Court wrOO a



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of lmpr -ed and Unimproved PropertiesThrotlhout I UK HALER

Martin County '
Sew.ll's Foil River-le-Rlver Properties I For the Kidd/es/ -" Free Ice ,Cream AND
11//. Iell
f and Cone. SGnday---3-5 Po M, Roo 1948 Member
fq Jupiter laIaa&Oeea.-a.8oand Estate Bile .1 epairing
811 to
A >orado
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c. B. RBOGAST I II Phone 9 i and L,.,,
Real Estate: WATKlFBONT FROrgRTUS --.... .HOftU j j Wes, east. t 1t

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