The Stuart news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087096/00072
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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: May 20, 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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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System ID: UF00087096:00072
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Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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-Second Primary Slated Tuesday \ 3 Represent Bids on Canal Project ''I ; t: !

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To Be Opened June 11 ; :
>!art 1I 1--- --- --- .. Chamber Meet ; iJ
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.- SENATORIALJONTESTTOPS "l- ALTERNATIVEWRIT The V 8. Engineer* have announced that sealed bid will be "

0.' Zark Mosley, A. P. Krueger received at :Jacksonville June 11 for the widening\ and deepening f .11

and Senator Evans Crary represented of St Lucle! Canal, ,
II\\ GRANTED Martin County at a Fund made available for the '
'ale I meeting of the aviation divisionof job amount to $1021000 .
the State Chamber! of Commerce I MAYOR-REVIEWS !
As detailed' in specifications! ,
. '; RACES MATOUSEK in Jacksonville Saturday bids will be made In three ;
: $STATE .R :
i aA fterh/>on. The meeting wa fications: (tip! on the daRsl'l
j called to air the State aviation providing a channel
""'" j .... need and what the Stat Cham. a width of 190 feet entailing the I USES FOR TAX '' '

ul.ture, County Com.niuion Canvassing Board Ordered ber propose as a work program removal of 3,540 000 ;i it .\ ,,.;

onIII' Constable Only I [ to Show Cause By, to accomplish projected goals, t 12) a bottom width j fblf.Kat:1; : ""I' I',
County Battle J! Next Wednesday and about 40 men from aviation 2900000 cubic yards; ((3)) a bottom Cites Numerous Improve
: .. industries throughout the State
width of 130 feet 2,450,000
f"An *- I
uient in City at Rotary !
attended at the Wash
.b elec. alternative writ of mandam- cubic yard Each project would '
primary Meeting
The second, ington HotelMosley .
Include removal of the old at
US was ordered l Issued by Judge
'ion with A ballot consider'Wy A. 0. Kanner in Fort Pierce last outlined the principal i!Lucie Lock No 1 at Port Mayaca i
1r reduced In aiu will be Thursday following QUo J. Ma- point covered as: !and the south abutment of the I Mayor W. R. "Bob" Baker reviewed -
throughout Florida ) ((1)) Help to promote an airmarking stop 1 log" dam at Port Mayaca, expenditure from the
rid tou ek* filing last of a
Poll in Martin II wet system on a Statewide I Iy The contractor will. be required -' City of Stuart 10-per cent ulttr ,
aiday, petition for a writ requesting t
Lcla basis: I Ity tax and what they have ac'
work at the rate of lets
to not
precinct will votdance, of'the tndlantown vote
.tunty I,r open from 7 a. in. until I II and a recount of the vote in the mTZn at least one runway I month than ,400000 which means cubic the yards Gov munlty at the weekly noon' I I
.J J, TOM WATSON W MAY WALKER T, FRANK HOBSON other seven; precincts the May I luncheon ,
"I I m.UM of all the military airfields In I II eminent figure It will l take meeting Rotary I '
i primary election I
..... torrid Democratic uber- ; !I4 the State not now in use at this bout months to do the Club at Chtsholms yesterday I ,
I Alt Hiey} Ct..t'aIi!
told Cmpalgi being waged 2nd. Judicial Circuit and Juitk-e Hobson. will vie Fin nosy thau 20 year prior Colds} elevation. hi 'served on the Martin County', least
bj DM McCarty of Fort Were In I ipctlal primary May 25 for the vacancy' Oil' the Smmt\ O iirt he -was u tlrlvit judge t bf theSUU' ;I Canvassing' Board by Sheriff O aircraft contractor to I baseball park The Civic j '\

tni fuller Warren of Jacksonville the Florkln Supreme Omrt created In Mtuxn \when. : fith cud duI Circuit! : W"n..nwal bom and I M., Hancock Friday, and the I utilise currently unused area LIGHT EXPERTS Center was purchased two year I ':

11t tops the !Issue to be etM Justice Rivera Jluford retired Watson un u(.'(r...- ruined. lit Wukullj County 111 northwest HdriiLi I board has until next Wednesdayto around these former military ago for a relatively small outlay

t In thU balloting Although fill) candidate (for Governor In lie they 4 prim try. meet, tIurlthill f,Mma!ll"w nlix-ulnm< at Cumlxr 1 f show and cause recount why should the vote not abolition be- I Ii airfields for aircraft manufacturing : of 19.000, Baker laid,.and so- far, I r

t k universal conceded this "win/ the bid to qualify for the race whtn ho IiWfrkljy > I,UK! Unfvtrtity! He was clotted: Loon County carried out businesses since today SPEAK AT P-TA nearly $..000 has been expended I C
to fix the East 5th St diamond.
filhti winner will b* Flortda'aeft II.sham was apjevieetesl by Covtruor lodge! in IU32\ : &ud !Liter to (the circuit cant .inI i I Senator Evans Crary wa many such areas are Idle and More than $1000 In Improvements I ,
he till must face have tremendous possibilities II
i Governor Re. Caldwell to serve until ikctvm of jonuinic to T I ulF,h iswx' YVutMHi well.known for his Oil itt I named by the County Commission have been made In the
:t'ICE t. Acker of Miami, the and. ,
< publican B t/ primary nominee, In fill B+ .. \ lunxpinxl term Born In Alabama I post work ipoVi in Mmrt dining the gllhelll"-i i : Tuesday to act as attorney ((4i Discussion of proposednew MEETTUESDAY negro baseball park, Woodlawn I
November general elections lu im H...Uui eansed l hit BA ut Wake Fused hew il) emnpalgo)| April I\\9 i tor the anva slng board which book to publicize Florida's I Park has had added facilities, '
: M poly three other State race ---- -__.. : __ __ __ Includes. Commission Chairman aviation business which would be I donations have been made to the, e'f
Tuesday ballot. R L. Wall, County Judge Arthur. distributed nationally supportpf R. E Lawler of the General' Stuart Legion post Junior baseball I
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2 I L Grady appear Burton and Richard FRANCE APTS New Church I BRIDGE FALLS J P R Cleats Blakeslee.and Registrar Mrs J. the facts that aviation 1 III Electric Company lamp dlvls countywide program and I i.

W. Ervln, Who led In the' flntprimary Matousrk, Florida third largest Industry i Ion and F E. Lott of the Pittsburgh $103.70 was spent recently to fix J :
i was defeated the 7
-- will the AttorneyCentral I arid the volume of 1t il greater Reflector Company spokeon the city dock the speaker stated ,,1
Job, rand Louis M,. An-I Cornerstone I primary by D L. Williams by than that In 46 of the nation "The Science of Seeing"andthe 'I In recounting smaller project' I i,) t
AT ROBE SOUND an official 31 votes In the District I I
$92,500 I
yCfd down/ and A. U Phillips will BRING j I 4 School Board race, but- 47 other State i iJA Birmingham schools lighting tax covered fundHe In. expenditure from the" 1 ,, I
compete for Group 9 Presidential I system respectively at the May I
has charged a violation of theguaranteed
Laid of the Stuart P-TA atl I said the yacht basin Idea
tketor Sunday meeting !
wDl be banded for ; ; Secrecy of the ballotIn YCEE.ETTES PLAN I the Civic Center I for which the tax originally wa
i ipeclal ballot Sold Second" Time in SRD Acts Reopen Water the Precinct 8 ADDITIONAL WORK Tuesday night t
11 voting established "hasn't been dlecardi i
>uteri for the third Statewide Year to North Carolina I way, Build Temporary I They were Introduced by John'Murphy j i '
ON TENNIS ed" bub
COURTThe awaits that will '
cutest, that of Supreme Court Man Dr. Charles A. Carrlel, pastor, Auto SpanTraffle I of a OE supply firm In a j
Jintie to fill the vacancy crated laid the cornerstone of Stuart Miami' and : the j benefit the public- to the greatest I
two month ago by the new Presbyterian Church at S:;30 I -- Juniors to Give Jaycee-Ettea will resume i meeting by Cul.edBJ; of extent He reported he andhis i
N newest of River Bolord Sale by Plaza Apartments, Incof Sunday afternoon A crowd of I I on the Inland, Waterway I their renovation efforts on Stuart the Stuart office of the Florida( fellow commissioner have ')

Ton il hit special Watson ballot, W. M.will Walker appear re""l Bessey the Addition France to Apartment W. R. Snow in I:some 150 where person the watched new church ceremonies Is,j']' bent! tbrough reopened Hobe today Sound and': :.! workIs had' Play on May 28 East'* 4th sole 8t public Saturday tennis, U/,court was announced on- I Power)Mrs, and Marie Light McCullough Company was I the found utility"little tax dissatisfaction scheme and with Itls I I

7. Frank Hobson, and If of Wlnston-Salem N. C., was revealed I I rising on a triangular plot at, under way to provide lempor at their meeting at the I Installed as new president replacing their belief that through it .
last week In the office of j ary means for vehicular traffic Improvements made InI
lks Civic Center night. are being
Mrs Garland Edenfield
fails to receive a majority anther Osceola and North Illinois Aves I I -m- I
Clerk t, R Precedence be shattered I II
County Pomeroy between Jupiter Inland and the Member" are asked to report for who the I the city that make it one ol the ,
coocjucted meeting
> and special primary wi Illnecessitated. State documentary stamps attached "Help.U still needed to com-i I mainland following eollaume eofthe'CEetern f.i'Sat Martin County High work at 130; p.m: "* *"'$ ) Other new Officer I Installed In: I State's most creditable appearI !,
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be : Watson wa one to the warranty deed In. 1 plate a new.Jandnuull4ICaliartI [ 30 by if U: c&WrWI \ C week When for first No additional nominations) for, elude Mr. Stewart Springer, let ing communities! and have elicited ,
at pie nine unsuccessful Demo-I Q1a ted sale price of $92.900 | help make this a better and I tbutn"" ent ot the waterway draw j time the .school Junior class will officers were made at the ses I Vice.president; Erwin F John. favorable comment from, I f
rntlc Governor aspirant In the Revelation of the deal which I, happier announced Dr bride, about 8:30 pm, Monday. i present a junior play. Entitled stun, and election will be held at wick, 2nd vice-president; Mrs II one visitor after another' He ,"
May 4 primary who filed forum I that "' I I !
thlllied the apartment Cannel, who The waterway traffic which Hoppsvllle Holiday; It will be the May 31 meeting The new Joseph! Rich, secretary; Mr. cited more shuffleboard and j
Justice race Friday He 1"* for the 'second dedication Of'the church with I : given in the school auditorium r ,
ership was partially blocked by the:i officers will be Installed July 1rioretta Harris R. Lowery, Jr, treasurer tennis courts and developmentof
intent Attorney General Walk- less than resulted own'-1 I the Southeastern Presbytery abutment'. I[ May 28 at 8:15:I ,
a year collapse was resumed pm Bartlett was designated and Mrs. Jolly Bozone, historian. the Lighthouse point among I
rind Hobson are circuit judge for Snow from participating will be observed about $ It :1 ItVUl have all-Junior cast .1 I
a mortgage pm Tuesday and an to be In charge of decoration Johnwlck the Stuartschools Items scheduled for future development ,
mien In Precinct S. 3, 4, tal Apartments represented by after completion In the fall l wa understood the State Road under direction of Miss Sara at the Center during June and expressed i
6 will (have only the State A. Winer of West Palm Beach Participating in the pr +''Department will have a temporary i Roberts< also a Junior Admission Lydia Houston during July !! appreciation In the of the two PTA I The club had five guests: i ilEelONCROUPS'
Luna cooperation past
Representative race to decide was filed Thursday afternoon I were H B. Kraft Ernest ,j span, for vehicles (retailed ''' will be 6Q. cent to adults After the business session the 1 ,'I h
and announced
upon In the county aide of the The warranty was filed April 27. H. P. Stevenson, who read a history within a few days, In the meantime I{ and 30 cent for students group adjourned to the patio years attendance of 207 at the average : V II'II'I I

primary.who Incumbent led In the Marvin Initial MRovtU three days after the deal officially : of the church, Mrs Karl I auto traffic I to the :Island; I II )i for refreshment and presentation year'* meetings.The I past I 'l ;
was closed. Krueger, representing the Sun- ha been routed over the bridge I to Mrs Houston of a 29- annual P-TA study course ,.
ol billeting and George Keith, both The deal Include the apartments -I day school Mn Elizabeth Kara, I between the south end of the HARRIS WINSTON piece pyrex set a* a gift for her was; announced for May 25-27 'fl;

I Of Stuart are the contestant Lou 6-11 and all: but the Women Association, Mrs.. Herb- bland *ud, JupiterThe JOINS W. C. ARMOR marriage to Ben A Redding, .Jr, from 3.30 to S p.m. each day by (I i t
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more localized Interest are south It ft, of I
|lilt tiffs for two seat on the Addition Included In the purchase I Johnwlck, choir,Miss Mary Cole I I forward about a foot causing the I II Harris Winston, formerly olWashington Included Mrs Rena King,I,' It will be held In the high school
county commission' In Precinct : price it was explained, la,: man, young people group; bridge to jam up at a sharp I D, C., has moved Mr. Daniel Fagan and Mrs I'I auditorium and the teacher :
1 Jensen Beach) he decision a $40.000 first mortgage to O C.I Judge A R Clones, chairman, angle, It was believed' the >strong here to become distributor and Florence Hackett participating In the class will be tit': :
)R vlll lie between Ransom R. TU- Smith and wife who sold tho' and Building Committee members -I tide In the waterway had rot- 'manager In Martin County of Mrs Carl Roth John Gray, John I

lAIn who, topped the first vote apartments and, loll to Winer; C, A. Lees, Lyons WlUltPaget. led sway the abutment's piling Jalousies Inc? replacing W. C. I W. Martin, Miss Marcia Morse,
umbent Warren OWpe last July a I had Tena. Ounn W. to cause the mishap SRD main I Armor, they announced Monday I
iet Mrs Jackson end Jack
) *. In Precincts T and 1 Mr, Lee Oldcrshaw arrived Meggett and Dr ana 1' tenance englveers arrived Tuesday 1 Winston will make Installation ZONE CHANGES I I Joint Installation\ of new officers I"'" ', r If
II'orMayaca\ and Indian town) herd last week from Richmond, Erwin Johnwlck, vicechairmanOf II morning' to study the ,situation : and service his principal efforts : -- ---- of Harold Johns Post 62,' "r
ill'* winner will be either. Incumbent Va. to become resident managerat the trustee board. and decided to cut away while Armor will devote himself : (Reprinted r;;;;the Miami 60AttendPEOPicnic American Legion and the Stuart I I
I, Clarence M. Fletcher the France The representatives ot the I part of the tilted bridge to allow to manufacturing and assisting I Daily News' II' posts'' Auxiliary was\ held at 1
P\w barely missed majority in I'church organization presented ,'!opening of the draw and resumption I Winston In the business : Fort Pierce, May 20.-A changeIn Legion headquarters on East attt j

the Ant primary.or D; W Row. lnoENTSINCREASE' I, copies of documents which were ot boat travel It Is I: Winston earn here trom'a po- the zoning regulations affecting Monday St. Friday night before a 'capacity I
eIThe' Publicly reported cash dlvt..j sealed in a copper box depositedIn expected to take three monthsto 6ltloQyyiU the Naval Bureau of 1 the Indian River Drive section audience which included I ,_ I !

fourth and only other race dend payments by U. 8. corporations the cornerstone. The box was build a new bridge Tender I I, Aeronautics as an electronic en- has been requested of the I numerous: guest from surrounding -
m the county Involve the match In April 1948 amounted to I i the gift of Stuart. Metal l Work there it William D Griffin i glneer for IVj' years, prior to County Commission by the Indian The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan communitiesThe I.
''tween J. A. Dease who led before per cent over the $308,800,000paid gift ot the builder Charles Con- County Commission Tuesday I' years He was born and raised Under the proposed change lawn, was the scene of ed by the 9th District officials t ; ;
and" J. M Watson. Only voter during April 1947, the Department -II i rad, and \the. head mason, H,rb- a resolution requesting in Elba: Ala., and attended Alabama -I lots fronting on the drive would fellowship I picnic Monday et I from West L Palm Beach and Lake I
to the county western area of Commerce stated ert Brennnn Conrad the SRI "to use all possible tillleence -' Polytechnlo Institute. He' be designated for zoning purposes -I fling when about 60 membere of Worth The post new officer I
,sill vote on (these two eandl- -. -, \ --- -- In repairing and reconstructing and his wife, the former Clair as 50 by 200 feet with the the families of the PEO sisterhood include Roland L Minnehan I 'il;l ':
dltea the bridge" and "tot, I I Ham, are residing with Mr. and portion fronting on the Florida gathered for the final meetIng I commander; Jean ,'C GalgnleryI j
I Hone of Tuesday winner will Stuart News Staff Member provide some temporary moansof Mr. A C. Courson In Eldorado I East Coast Railway right of way I of the year I of Hobe Sound, lat vice-com 'IIi I
taro I GOP opponent In November .- passage during the periodof I Heights while they are building In excess of that depth being,' In the absence of his wife,I mander; F Lee HIgbee, 2nd vice-! : i ,
except for Governor Convention its reconstruction," Cited In I a home: nearby Mrs Winston designated a* another lot Taylor was assisted by the entertainment .) commander Roscoe H Rollins. ,, I I
Attends Press the act was the Inconvenience I and Mrs Courson are sisters I This arrangement would per- committee of Chapter II finance officer; O L. Meyers, i 'J
CAMPAIGN BEGUN caused to residents there and tide II mlt development of the rear of I P. with Mr*. Earl J, Rlcou I chaplain; Ralph W. Hartman 'I I 1
a membership drive wan in- e.. "menace In the event of a fire : I properties, whereas under the,I' In charge Miss Myrtle Dyet I post historian; Alfred J Pen. I Idarvts !

,Wea thIa week by the Ladle ,,81 W H MITCHELL urday noon al the Bradford Inasmuch .aa a .large portion of 4 NEGROES ARRESTED I present regulation residential i greeted the guests as they arrived ,. sergeant-at-arnu: T: J. I i
AiWllal' of the American Leg Fort Myers became the newspaper Coffee Shop. Guest speaker wok fire department members reside ON LARCENY CHARGES development 1 is confined to they! The picnic supper was F, Kennedy and William R ,I' ,

, 100'In Stuart Chairman ..tr. capital of the State last: Dr J. mills Miller, new president 01) the mainland I J at t Hobe river end of the property. ___i I served at tables on the lawn., Wheat executive committee;" {
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of Florida -
t Pezzoni announced )relEfDES *.- week end a* prominent editors, of the University Sound, Charges of larceny have been Charles H. Phillip and William J I
publishers and other newspaper who delivered an able and R Hurst, colorbearer. and John
filed four arrested
\ people from all part of the, Interesting address Dick Pope BOARD TO HEAR BID I by against Sheriff O negroes M Hancock in Killing of Mosquito Larvae W Keller, adjutant ; I I

State gathered there fqr their' of Cypress Garden staged a FOR, ZONING SHIFT the past week I The new Auxiliary; officer( are b
annual three-day convention water show that afternoon' in I' Mr*. Blanche Lowrey, president; 'I '' .
Willie Scott and Hardy Neal, i
which officially Friday the Fort Myer Yacht Basin for -- Mrs, Nellie Personal, vice-preslr V't r
opened Termed Best Control Action ;
member of both organisation v A hearing by the Zoning Board both of West Palm Beach were, dent; Jennie Wllbar, secretaryA ; J
morning I
.:ahi.ee. ... :;:; re ,he .., ...... More than ISO representative A cutting of watermelons by the Ot Adjustment+ on the city'* refusal arrested there and returned here 1 treasurer: Leona Smith chap\ '
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..:.a...-T'::. : 1 ,... Baptlat' Church for erection of stealing motors and auto parts, DDT dust on dry marshes' to on mosquitoes' will consist oIl \
iwr ie Basin feature 4'
W": :::,. sea fM aLY allied businesses, many ,with at the Yacht was Ian, and Mrs Ralph Chandler, r "
, ."Jab. w ry, :a.Mulw M. ruewl Ir .Iwo :104e" their wives registered at the partyA '. a new educational building Immediately Hancock Deported Pending possible will kill the larvae of mosquitoes andsandfllea i f treatment prior to the time thebreeding ,! sergeant-at-arm: *. ;, h +
prior settlement, they I
U. w, Franklin Arm and Bradford visit to the Thomas A. Edison :! north of the thurch before they hatch maybe areas are flooded DDT Keller announced the \post ti I I'' II
A : '.11. h.w psis In Potsdam Subdivision was continued be held for the June 8 term of far effective than dust will be dispersed by ,
11 Hotel, headquarter ot the winter estate! and a buffet more sprays I plane I planning/ Memorial Day aerIIi I I ,
,; li m. ate use r1usah Florida Press Association and supper and floor show at the from Friday morning until circuit court.JesaeWeeks aimed at the adult pest, acientfits i over dry areas and a check madeto ,I vice here and ft guest speaker 1 'I\\t'(
: 1,N 1 s> see HI tomorrow at 10 orb at the was arrested bere clot the insect see what effect this will have: ,; \
lyk : I:: I the Associated Dallies of Florida Civic Center concluded Saturday waging war being ought After the installation lIt.
1 Idol Friday on a petty larceny charge I II '
i hall .I 'I
city believe.
activities/ A dance at the on mosquito breeding throughout -
:: 111 refreshment .
ads t respectively were served \
rrV M 11: 1e545:::: e 1 s au The Associated Press 'Association Fort Myera Golf and Country The, hearing originally, was concerning a portable radio and Preliminary survey have recently the season, I during a social hood 'I'' .
UAe, 1110" jute One. I of Florida i meeting was held c Club was held Saturday evening, set tor March S. was postponed Lira Brown of IndlaQtown 1.* being been concluded for experimental Simultaneously l observation*; ____ 1 I' p t I
The convention was Many interesting subject pertaining a week and then delayed again held after arrest Monday on work \n Intensified will be mad on the effect of
Sunday until last The a petty larceny ,charge Both and control the DDT dust breeding MELON CUTTINO Bit.LED ''
THE I welcomed to the city by the to modern newipapei r Friday property mosquito aandfly on on aandfly
WEATHER Mayor Of Fort Myers Business editing wer discussed TImothy, In question Lot t, Block 12. now will appear in the August'term. mosquitoes and sandflle In Sand fly trap! have been I TO COOL ELECTION HEAT "
session of Ib, FPA and ADF 1. Sullivan of the Miami Herald I 1 U zoned residential and would of county court, Martin County according to made and will be distributed

1M _. .. : were held The Associated Dallies gave an interfiling talk and I have to be changed by the board I Mark A. Wltham. director of throughout the treated and untreated An Ice cold watermelon cutting 'r II I
y"ha "..I: ee..aee..wr..i. representative held a director demonstration of the new facsimile to "church or business.CATTLE ." RFD CROSS CHAPTER: Martin County Mosquito DIstrict. areas I "to cool folk off after thI.a'I
meeting and elected' officer newspaper 'Junmle Bantorol Entomologists and research of B.: L. Beabrook Palm Beach, hot election affair' wilt b* held !,

T Mrs_,..._. .a.._.. ... for the coming year:They were Tampa who t* associated I with: FIELD DAY ClOSE!: SATURDAYS the Bureau of Entomology) and, County entomologist, under at the Methodist Church aide
ay an ..1 "' 11r addressed by Juan C Orendaln, the Florida Power and Lighttampn Martin County cattlemen are 1"0 tei ''chapter house of the Red Plant Quarantine at Orlando, in whose direction the local work: yard at 'J:30' : p.m, Tuesday, Given I I
..: It .. ::. asae minister of .public relations of gave an interesting talk: Invited to attend the Cattlemen* in Martin County atart- cooperation with entomologist* will be carried on, said: -If these, by the young people of the; I
.It, II th* Philippine The business" and picture of modern newspaper field"Day at Everglade Experiment line thl week will\ be closed on and personnel of the Palm experiment prove' successful I church, ate" proceed win be devoted ."I JI"

.Yy .. ..Il. 04n session 1 of the convention took hop lighting I Station Belle 'Glade I Saturday until Oct. U. It was Beach and Martin County Mosquito this,, new technique will be of f I to the Sunday School i
.. :ii: ueor ap business pertaining to newspaper The writer wa the reptesetaWw \]Thursday, May 27 New cattlehis I announced yesterday by Mis Districts have conducted much Value to u* in controlling I building fund Henry O Kindred
II work advertising of The Stuart New at t I breeds" steer feeding forage'Mary Shackelford, chapter executive the purveys. The' teat area in mosquitoes. In this section of f I win be In charge and,hi* urge ( '
II JIICHU tA1MfALt4c. : news ,writing fiend Jeglslatlv\ convention which wa* consider, grasses, and the growing of corntut I secretary When the chapter the immediate future) will be in Florida--and w. are hopeful I everyone to "get a cold *Uc* before I II
e/' 14 I matters ed one of their most\ success ]I for 'Glades area 1 I 18 ,,closed. emergency call swamp breeding sector between that the experiment will also I those election return start r. .'t
.vefat :: I A joint! luncheon was held Sat meeting la years will U c.c.webt authorities. should.b mad to 163-W, Stuart. Hob Sound add Jupiter, Test,prove successful on landfUe coming In about .." l ,

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,, ,! IIIABR4 FILM SLATED then show 200-ft film on the Salerno NewsSUNDAYSCHOOL Re*. J C. Each of Kobe Sound of Stuart Mrs /'rank Simmons, Charles Conrad of Salerno
\ :rHenry' as pastor 'Everybody 21 cordially : Mrs D. McPherson and Mrs. O Shore won Irst prlfce with Mrs 4y
: I- ; R Eteffenawill speak: rodeo In Indlantown''April 11 at
I I' .4elefly on the proposed Firsederal t,I the weekly noon meetum ot ,.tW- Invited D. Quigley H M. Voris Of Jensen Beach
:' Savings; and Loan Asso4ntlon -, wants Club (at the Woman Me and Mrs. Chet Homan left Mrs Jack flaunderson, president second Other guest were Mn 1
I 1I'I f r in Martin County and Club tomorrow!:! Monday for Toronto\ Canada, tor opened the P-TA meeting I Mary Chandler Mrs. W R. Mer- !

I 1! :::.:::..::...:: ...:... ---:----....... a friends.month with relatives and Tuesday with the: evening flag salute at.the The school Rhythm rttt Rasmus Mrs Mortensen Jack Saunderson, Mrs,Chet Mrs.; I

r"i. IT SALES. See Ua For CHURCH HOURS Mr and Mrs Wade DeLoach ol t Band played several Shelton numbers -' Homan and Mrs, Emma; B 1 (IP51Mn1 5555. .5 tn. M.C.$, 5, aa.n, t.rN,
: with Mrs Harvey
Valdosta, Ga, called on Mr. and smith..
PACE I at the piano. After the business ---
H A.J ,, f Itl G ;4t ... Repairs and Mrs O D. Quigley Saturday. meeting Mrs. Harrey Horolar, the
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i ARE-ANNOUNCED Mrs W W. Brjwn; is In lockover.
for 1948-49
CLIOA t Part, tin County Hospital with :new.president John C. Qray. a high! schoolteacher n.1 CENTRAL MARKED
pT v : broken hip. Q&U
I of Stuart, showed a
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SERVICEARNdlD By MRS. O D. QUGLEY Mrs. W. M. Marr left last week ,movie on Florida. Refreshmentswere ,
A ; BAUER for Winter Haven.to visit\ her
i served by the hospitalltcommittee \ C
spanPalnl Beginning June < at the daughter Mrs T. O .Johnson : I : OMPLETE I MEAT
,''haply t 'St.Luci. Boulevard, ) Phop. 142-W I Southern Melhailst Church! and Mr. Johnson I Mr and: Mrs. Clyde Amman ESAtE
Mr and Mrs J A. Bennett; RETAIL: AND 'f
services will at :
begin and
witht :who were in the Gladys, Perry I PR DUCE GROCERIES :
it. and sons Lindel and Edwin
-- -- -----------'--- \lam klteadof 10 Sundayrhool cottage have moved to Hobe I
facial and Mr and Mrs Austin Mullln Bakery
will be at 10 Also there ,Sound. COURTEOU SERVICE .
slbiy viU be jireachlnf services every of Kobe Sound spent last week I Mrs. TUlle Hull and Mrs :3. 3. CONVENIENTLY )
w end in Homestead at the home I IN THE PALM SEAC ES LOCATE
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J jther Sunday evening with the! McCulley left May 13 :for Spring: "
M.rvelBREAD Mr. J launders'
of and Mrs.
I Bill Keddttt is, leaving June 1 Lake, N 1,. after spending thwinter 417 OKEECKOKEWHONB .110 lad: aid AluWi' Joe ;B

1 I'/z-lb. loaf ISc II ROTARY CLUB (for Jacksonville school there.Mortensen to. .enter' business Dr and here Mrs H, M. Vorls of I J3851 .... ', -
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at\.lllllT Not MM Jensen Beach,Mr. and Mrs. Pete: / bv
.,. Rfrom has recovered '
r-:) M. W..n..y I."e Shore of Hobe Sound and Mr
< ; CHISMQLM'S CRILLIt an. accident on a shark
Marvel .
I ft.-; M. fAUNUENed : 'two and Mrs George Keith of Stuart
Caraway Rye :.....15citl : P.-. boat weeks ago.Ted were special guests at a part; 1
J l a.LOw&aT,14 :Mr and Mm Metzger '
'*"'.', I moved'' into the Lawson Zelgler Friday: evening at the borne 9 f For Fri. &
--- Sat.May .
Mrs Mary Chandler.

3f f ',''iy 1 1\ ne Parker'Cocoanut' : Filled II Johnson cottage, Mrs. O recently and H.Johnson Mrs: Ted, Mrs.'Baum-R* W.- ,Martha Mrs Mary Whittle Chandler Mrs Mabel Mrs AntKony's Special; 21 l 22 "

{ t 0545" A,W.YC.AYun N.car \ Coffee Cake I gardner, Jr. entertained with a Lane Whittle of spent Stuart Mothers and Mrs.Day John at Complete Line of Birds_ Ee i Frozen Food ,
I afternoonat
stork shower Tuesday the bom of Mr and Mrs 8. E. -= -:
:; 1 14' ,39cTALCO the home of Mrs. O H. John '
I 1 + Only At Your wz..i_ Lane of Pain City: GROCERY y'MARKET !
y son in honor of Mrs Dormlny Mrs: C. C. Jacobs and Mrs
t f A&P MrPherson., Games were played George Browolee and childrenmotoerd FACTORY PACKED SMOKED HAM A

y l Quality Ja At nci gel Parker Food Cake tkSa51R5Cm and many prizes beautiful given gifts after were which.op- Mrs, ,Brownlees to Fort.Pierce brother Sunday, Earl .SUGAR ,5 5 45c' .Ktb 37c ;
ened ice and
c' FEEDS 10-tfe. small ..37c puncb cupcakes were served to cream Mrs. WI H. Eden Wbo Is in the Army ita .--
tinned 1n Nebraska and on leave.
I --.- .. : Earle Mrs Martha Whittle, Mrs.John aeoulmpanled her hopie for a \ URE.PORKPAN'

; Laying Mash, 25-lbs 1. 7 :'100-lbs.' 5.73 rA 1 AN. TI1LaIN Mrs,.Mrs Casey Whittle O E.Andrews,Johnson Mrs Glen Mrs of Stuart Gardner John-, visit.Mr, .he After and expects Mrs be goes Emory to back go overseas DeLoach: to. serVice .SUDSL 35c- !SAUSAGE. Ib;_ 49c. !

r atIGATwnesceows Anderson, Mrs E A' Baldwin SATISFACTION'COIFjEy. FOR*: NECKBONES
Growing Mash, 25-lus.1. 7 100-lbs. 5.73'I and Mr and Mrs. William Pen-
I _. -rm INSURANCE Mrs Ida Eessler, Mrs. Clara darvla\ called on Mr and Mrs i
Scratch 25-Ibs. 7 100-lbs. 5.73 Jean Rowland Mrs L. M Arnold Pet, Donaldson of Lake Park 43c 19c.pl .
FRIDA.'A8ST' Mrs Shelby McCulley, Mrs. Jast weekMrs .. lb. .

Dairy, 20%, 100-lbs. .f ..... .. .. .......4.43 CT CO. J.rad A Allman Mrs R., Mrs Mortensen Charles Con Mrs W. I,. Merrltt land:Mrs D OFo XRKS""tURNiPGBEENSfc.225c' WISCONSIN i
i f f Wilbar entertained the Sunbeams

Daily Horse Feed, tOO- bs. .... .,5.$5.;>. JIM p KI"'N. DY.I Harvey Saundcrson S h r Mrs i 100.Stanger Mrs, Jack Mrs: Sunday Tuesday School room afternoon\ with a at par the ::: CHEESE lb. 65c ,

I Virgin Hunter Mrs Robert Games Refreshments !
ty. were played. -
I ITUAaT'u"f'D4 McPherson,, Mrs Leonard Smith '
were served to 40
i A&P FascyApricots jiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimmuiqiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiMimtmiiittiiiiMiiiii I I I I I I l iHiiiiiiinimiiiiii.I children.Mr.

_. 35c_ i Gelatin Dessert I >* GRINER'S I II sons.Lloyd and Mrs and Alton Dalton Powell of ludl-and 300 en. AKRON AVE.. r STUART, FLA, I

Ion* 1lb. '4 pkgs. 25c I RIVERSIDE mtown spent Sunday at the YOUR FRIENDLI SEMWELF SERVICE GROCERY AND MARKET !
Pork & Beans 10c.,. Flavor RESTAURANT. | home (If.Me;. and Mrs J. L. A HONE: 143 FOR WEE DELIVERY i1Y ia I
Ann PagaGrape Mrs. Pete Shore of Hobe Sound
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H : Fried Chi Steaks and Shrimp 5
5 < f. Oysters
entertained with a luncheon
1 Jamllb.21c2.lbs. ,
r Ann P:,dr*. : fiHOMR. COOKED I Thursday at her home. After

I ...:.. t __-l!? .. .39c t.l'amY'lRich.( Ratty: Delicious Food = lunch: cards were played Mrs
.t CKed-o.Bit IMaybnnaisel&t.45c'lqt,85c' I -LECAL ADVETISEMEN-T
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A & P Grade A No 2Vj ; Drive In Curb Service ,. I DEPARTMENTTt4bluM
't. t-- I :[ i', {IIILE NotillllllllllllllMIIIIIIIII' 44 IT UJCIE RIVE BRIDGE ON FED.'NOi 1." 3IHIIIIIIIIIIItllllllllllllllllllnllllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .. Florida. ,
Prune, Plums.20c. AttP 1 :dl I _. l UIlim l I'MAINTENANcSwJIp' CONSTRUCTION- :
t Sunnyfield 1- '-- PftuCK HSMM
Frjiit Cocktail kd .,II' .b Sk.u.S l at.ttl
Flour offtri from q..llfM OnC'worn" until
j & : No* l cani'.. 25c ie..0 A M, 41.( ...TI w 1 ntfc dq.fYh.r
5-lbs. 40c 10-lbs. 79c Nol2Vtcaf 39c SERVIN MARTIN COUNTYWITH )'..'....,n.1148. ...lor.., tb.< ,. .
: 5aar.. r..1, >.ct....tab M.... .5aunt.
4 N. 1 III. COIf. rasa 55 l'k.ltvd : d
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one I vlnl .WI 4 521aMaJJ.'t CHASE A SAN i REGULAR
work t. pe ot et wid..
, ;,I,; CHCOSE A & .P CARDENI'rRESl''I' ; Complete Dairy Line .N. YIMU." 21.w4os.' he N._ 'w '
.....us.t. ..... al...4 A rMirl.drMrrk .
<' : FRUITS. and VEGETABLES Deliveries I* Jensen In......tI100.. a.pM 01 I,554.5e Will COFFNBC E t lb. 491
: -_. t Beach on Tuesdays, bSra.t "- N.02xI, a .rnfW sbek
f : :Fresh Green' iA4iaragus and .55 : :,.ont. .5.05. ,:rq ..d. ..,
Thursdays SaturdaysGRADE .. ... ... e1
4 .51. IS. < .1. V. tat a..e.
: .bu. 49c: Cabba e, .4c Q U,3N.enl...........,. .IIY' tb. ,,sonar.. ............ ; Riee
: ..L. _._ ) Na.N u.kd Ir NE
,, 25020.5 ...b. 10.... ......11.. ........ Ritz "j; '
oI Crisp Fresh ''pe y APASTEURIZED b h). 5' "'. d the N 17t 316s.
..: =..;:: Crackers, R '
I ; ;.f 7 Celery<<:! .stalks 17c Tomrttoef,.Ib. .. ...1.7c't ," 4,0.. will Sot 5. are Mdn..4 j TM. Ca.hl........qebwh. Ib. pkg. g l t ;
MILK ...._ .. ..
;k 15. a.02 ).4. .la' 4. 49'
,Juicy, Ripe 8.11.. bag :.. -; c:
,t u ............. 27c aQ I
'Pit.eapples 2 for 35c Or&K/. 27c. .t" i 'HOMOGENIZEDVITAMIN tv1 ..ithe All .er/r P.....M.,S..elfs 54 doo, I"ft.nod .t..eWf'r.r6lp..1 .

s'uftM'd..'Sized UnpiltedSfDat D MILK ...... .p.Nl. th.al1..Ne.Bata. Ihw4,. ..._. Rat 'a Blacfchawk L, NCHEON 1 tler'a! : Orange Pekoe 1
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Fro .1. Airy l '
Prunes. 21b. box 31c /a/S-oz.Jpkg. TOFFEE CREAM u id wj b ash proposal, 41
: .. I Propoiab will ao fanhMd:, I* tlu.5.li.J 1 MEAT I 43c lEA pkgs.. 27
Dried Driq Comrartnr upoa apo m iso to the can
"" Apricots, lb. 49c j Pef'es, lb. pkg. 29c. WARPING CREAM .I,r/l HOPONAI.inI'W. 1US RUM.< ; CUR CREAM, 2 M.I Ihta MISS for '0'
Ut. )I. poi>o.,.l. AI. ko.hawd...... JUICE 2 :riil 23c PRieOTS'1':?
n.b..q..in lor ,10. s :: 43
\; Nabisco Anniversary BI. bite co [AGE CHEESE b5 IMi, ofn. at ...,.. if 5..,.. priorE. ,
5. t" 16n. fer e.nis. -
: Cookies 1 Ib. .55c 3 AND EGGS All "4. 00.5. ...... ...a.. Inr 0s.IL. 'elchslGRATE 1
ing, pkgs. 26c BUTTER ,... ...
.. I .4.1 .M 55 bid l..ntel.c
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-- -- ,5e ..... d 4e. p. ... Th. rirtt r bBr3ftdeaG' l'- l
Nabisco SHREDDED San k .joet .hy .. .n N., 3 \ 25cj UlCE".tu 47cj
:'Wheat .
: 18c
bars 33cmotive "
,! j ap, 2lge; "WRIF. ---- ""
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Staley's Cream 1lbCorn ,5 V. IMO uxo
Starch !12cGorton's P.514.5. Mar 515 14 1.. fT HI.h, II*.r In.lr. SNOWDRIFT t 3-lb."can !
...- ap, bath. size 13c DAIRY V-----.1 .$1.1BIG
1 1 'S
10-ox' ---- ,
Wetheart According: 'to bl housenoid

1 I ,Cod Fish Cakes. _22c( SOAP P. O. |OX 1042 STUART ecordjs, George Wa Ington paid SALE carts Delight, Quick; Cookmf
> jars is high as 15 ceo a piece lorFARfHERS
: | e d._9c__ Bath_, ,- 13c__ pine RUNES' 19
Baby Food 19<5 : I"
COCA ii I ,
'QT' 'i pkte ashmere Bouquet Ir COLA Zc 75

2 bars .. ..23c '
Frosting Mix. .23 LuaDjtrosir I .

;' :..swe"ithocolae! FlavorOvaltine -4 Motor FISHERMEN! FRESH VEGETABLES

,1 d-Penn 23c NEW, AMAZING Vi aJWU* pnions, 2 Ibs.: J 1 j

i 1 -. -oz. 38c 16-oz 73\ If Pure Pennsylvania RINSO, le. pkg, .3lc<: S.No.l Rai" Potatoeti'416a.?
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Y \ -- I ---_ .- teen ,C.Jb; ,elb. ::: ._. "
FLA. CRYSTALS gum R1pe Tomatoes. 2 Tb., J5c I


Freak Golden Bantam
+ CUT RIGHT. 1 TRIMMED.RIGHT: t V "' "', CORN 5' ) 1 11M NS 2S

SUPER RIGHTCROUfO ears --.- --- ::; _.



C If HAMS 45c .|' BOATS! Moast.Loin .

: C. ,. \ Why should Fa have to State Road Tax for
t l -- ------ a ner pay a BACON r; :: 69c : 49'
the gasoline he u4 s in his tractor? Why should a Fish.. __ !. ,Li.I

I SPARE RIBS t 49c erman have to ply the same tax for the gasoline he Swift's Premium '

,. burns in his boat the river ? I think this tax HAMS RS.rv'13CENTER
./, ; SMOKED -- \- -- ------ or'ocean 5r'LL. 49c i'RK !

"unjust as it applie to farm equipment and fishing. boats ,-

I : ,BEEF TONGUE ,lb. \. 55c_ and will do my bed when elected, to see that it .is taken... CUTS, )S. 55c Cottag. ,

UCEO V off the books, ; ROUND! END, ]6.1, .69c Ib. .. 19

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''there are two methods. of catching fish with nett in the St. Lucie the heavy tarred mesh .f a seine; instead they are gathered, smothered salt waters THIS 'CONTROVERSY HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH j
and India Rivers tn Martin County. One U the approved gill-net and killed In a pocket in the middle of the teine. This pocket will hold THE FRESH WATERS. IT IS SOLELY CONCERNED WITH' THEmethod I ,
legalised over most of Florida. The other I it the dettructiveUM 100,000 pounds of fish. Many time thousands; of pounds of under INSIDE SALT WATERS. 1 .' j'
of seine or force trap net (seines under another name) outlawed sized fish baby tnullet, pompano, bluefish, every species have : .
in every e:unty on Florida's East Coast acephMartie County been thrown a way to rot on the beaches. This destroys our future....t.. The Martin County commercial fishing industry, hat suffered great : .Id J .
I ly because of the use of seines, and is issuing this appeal to you bated, ,'
What !14 a ,ni-nelT It U 4 floating or stationary net made' of light Even worse It the practice of today of shipping barrels full. \of these on factt.: Not long ago when seines were outlawed .Salerno had f .
linen or cotton twin which catches fish bjr their gills. It catches only ."waste" fish to the St. Johns River, Lake Okeechobee: and all over the 6 fish houses. Now there are only 3 and one is! owned by an out-0f-town 1
a certain size of marketable food fish. Small ones pan through un U. S. for ,catfish bait. The teiners have created a "bait market" by concern and It mainly supplied. by two seine outfits., Not long ago there I
harmed. Big ones tear out and escape. h ;it set and operated by hand shipping'undersized, illegal fish to be used for catfish: bait. That it the were 150 gill natters and hand-liners making a living In Martin, County. ; .
!by I one or two men. The fish they catch are of high market quality reason why you do not tee so many of these fish on the beaches now- Since; the reintroduction of the seine,about 50 of them have had to move\ f
A gill-net doe not drag the bottom destroying marine,life and spawn onr tatur vheritage! in good fishing it going into the catfish traps out of the county .The rest of us-although we outnumber the/ semen I I
It It moderate in size, averaging 200 to 400 yards long, and the mesh ; .4 to I -: are hanging, on by the skin of our teeth in the hope that the
The Inside; -water will produce only so many fish. The question !
used it customarily 3 1/16 to 5 inches plenty large enough to let the b4 voters will a gain rule out control of the industry by a well organized, I'
fist should they harvested recklessly and wantonly to furnish a living I I
tttikll ones through unharmed. There it no waste, no dead fi.hel\ \ well financed minority.the /
for a few people I for a short time or should they be conserved and 1 I '
It the catch ;
behind a gill-net conserves: divides it
'd' .In. greater furnish) a living for a great many more'people for. a longtime? rreat.mliJority of Martin County Commercial Fishermen I
number of fishermen more men and their f living,, :
; gill nettert and hand liners feel that Martin County voters, having
The mjjority of the commercial fishermen of Florida realize
What is telnet It I U a huge het from 1,000 to 1,800 yards long great J witnessed the protected abuses of the seinert during' the past years will I II
and forbid their I
that seines are dJstructive use. They waste the natural
tarred b" help to stop the ill will toward commercial fishing and will help to divide
made of heavy webbing, pulled boats and hauled by resources ,
Th-* flood the market with. grade of fish Theycreate '
mechanical heaving gear. The "legal tize" of these nets in Martin ill-feeliA.f poor ; the of commercial fishing more equally among. the majority
toward the whole I commercial t fishing sduatrYb1 t leaving
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County inside water- it 1,050 yards or approximately 3/5 of mile. by votingproceeds for, George Keith. jj J
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dead fit 0 rot on the shore or be burled in the woods t
Often two are tied toet'M.klnr' a giant net over a mile long Which _A Keith vote In this case,is a clear,,example of democratic principles I, I' ,
eatchet every.living thing fa ttt path.. The mesh it much smaller than I The yttj way to have a healthy commercial fishing.industry : and will express the Voter's: own interest in conservation of Mar i
used in gill bets and the heavy lead line draf.the bottom ruining the and a hwthy sport fishing Industry, too,t.. it to abolish seines. Yet, tip County's naturaLvewTurcet, for the greatest good to the most people, i j ,
feeding grounds and pawning i beds Small fish cannot. escape through commercial fishing and good sport fishing can go hand in\ hand in the for the longest tfine. :' i t

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Why Do Progressive Business Men Oppose Seining?" )::1 IJJ'

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'Because "we, a* business men, know that we t have, a profitable ai i in! better quality fish, a greater percentage t of r 'which !income. will stay in Mar l 1''; I J t I I

well.balanced commercial fishing industry and "a have our Important spirt tin! County because it will be divided among 200 independent commercial '
fishing industry,

The seiners claim that their industry' produces '$250,000 a year At at "If these men make a decent living, it means that they will be able to )J I.;.' I "
cost to the community? 'Would' it be bettufto say that it SENDS T T buy' more groceries, more drugs,, more ,clothing for themselves and families j
MUCH AND:-MORE OUT OF MARTIN JDUNTY' PER YEAR! The f remore of all the 'necessities? : of life :-: plus a chance to make enough to build! .II f+
claimed in public was for 9nly one ou town wholesale outlet buying IDe- homes, educate their children and join in the prosperity of a progressive J I,

produced fish. There are probably hdF a dozen more and it might as well community. It means better business for every business man- better prop- i\ Ii

be claimed \h'at as much' as $750,000.year i in our great natural assets f caps erty values to all property owners ,-- and better citizenship. ; f

a harvest of wealth for out-of-county firms while destroying what' belo s t to We know that the commercial fishing industry is a vital part of our 1 ,
the people, of Martin County Wb/re does !the money go? We see n eVIeconomic life. We know. that it must continue and want to see it grow I 1

dences of such alleged income arj bng, the seiners of Martin County or our and thrive. But this, can 'be done only through ABSOLUTELY Y ABOLISHING -, l '

trade channels.. SEINES;: and proper regulation wanted so badly by. the majority of the ::1'''' 1

We KNOW that our apo /fishing[ Industry is'declining yearly. WeKltOW industry! ?,, '11

that there Were leas fishing t/urists last year and will be, less .next ,Spar. There ;is plenty of room in our inside waters for sport fishing and commercial ; .
We KNOW that those whoAame stayed for shorter periods, left disgusted: fishing- if the seines are abolished and we must retain these two l \ '.\
because the fishing was :n/good. One hotel had 18 ch ck-outs In one ay industries, for, a healthy, progressive Martin County! M! i I ,
by. people who came her/ for fishing and were disappointed.\ .
As business men with the progress of Martin County uppermost, we have I 'I I
With the )seines abolished, our sport fishing industry will grow by I t leap entered this battle for' the benefit of e very ne property"! owners, legal commercial -

and bounds into. a ye'/ round industry that will !run, Into the millions 0 fishermen,. sport fishermen,., resort per.ators-; for we know that, the, [ ,
dollars whole of Martin County will prosper and we will regain our place in the sun, I

" regulated) l of as the greatest fishing spot in South Florida.It's l i
With our commie ci'al fishing industry properly by Use 'gill ,

nets only and dent dive methods outlawed it should produce $500000? GOOD BUSINESS to end seining now! ,;<. ,:'" ,.
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.\ OCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART News Items offlq for. this).pas aPhen: :WOedne.day the '1 a abe

4 ,i I '- RS."B\'Krl Lowery, Jr. Mrt William King, BEDDING-HOUSTON. Oen. and Mrt i. B. Mitchell Luther Drummond of ,Chlet- Mr and Mr- -. W. 8cott Blanchard Mrs Charles Robert W4M

) : ;;NTFKTA1NS: (I IB Mrs George Paries, Mrs. Bernard State Officials WEDDING TOMORROW who pent the winter at their land en route' to Fort tauder- and sons, Ter..nd.' Haiti, til her arrived parents Sunday, Mr, f or Mai1 wJu!
!: "* Mrs Tommy Hclller won high i I toker. Mn. WUllam Bern!, Mr. I home Kate Folly on Jupiter dale was the! guest Tuesday and bf Jupiter Wand left by auto- Lowery, and
PACE Store prize Friday when Mrs. Joe Lydia B. Houston, daughter o p:r :Island left Saturday for their lest nights of Mr and Mrs D. 8 Saturday to spend the summer
Ua kua entertained her Walter Davey and guest Ma Talk at Unity northern horn at North .
bridge Hartley
"" Hudson oi| Riverside prtveJ |. L ,
I r W A. Sagas of Swart and Mrs at their home in Hewlltt Mr and Mrs
I .... Bernard
:dub;: flaylnjf weie1 Mr* Harris Tommy Helller \ i Quebec, Canada. .
CUD A. U Ford ot Nortolk, Va, aW and children. and Mrs William Berry
4 ATV b1I f_-r .:M 1110" ------- -------.:...:. Chapter Meet Ben X Redding, Jr., will be married Mr and Mr*. Edwin A. Men- who have C. Winger been living In the Slo- Miss Miriam Steven school, teacher, left sonvill.ed horn yesterday lro I I In a simple ceremony:\ at the i ringer and grandson, Malcolm cum Apartment, left Saturday at the Jupiter Island where the Cok,2
A d w ,,ynM" ., yesterday to spend the tummetat on business and Mra
V l I Mw. A'', 4 Mrs Emma Blunders, associate Methodist Church at 7 pjn. tomorrow Mennlnger, were dinner guests for Jacksonville where they will Rahway, M.C_ with her sister, Ited her sister and broS,1
and then return -
spanpalm Saturday evening of Mr.and spend two weeks
oar with the Rev W O Airbridge law, Mr and Mrs
: grand! conductress ot the Robert O Fowler Roy
: Mrs. pa
,11 1" */ I Mrs. R, Winder Johnson at their to West Palm Beach to make ,
,',J> ",. P f State Brand(;' chapter. and MrsTlierwa officiating Miss Char home on Jupiter Island, their home. -
Wlthifaclllt I Mr
:: : Wcluart. past grand, lotte ,Sallas, sister of the bride,, - Mrt Harris Loweryl sister and Mrs Rollia R
who lull pent of Jupiter Island
fltrta I of the.State grand will be maid of honor and Ed I The Dutch Treat Club met for Mrs Stanley Phillips spent f Mra. Louis Rice left thi B
sibly j ) chap- I month here in Miami and ing by chartered
r I .r Williams will be best man. There I it*, weekly brldg*' game last. Sunday West Palm Beach visitlug three i
issue Ur, ,were Kiiest speakers at the her husband who Is a pattern I la Cuba, left Tuesday for her Wltham Field for theirU
meeting' of Unity Chaper ORS will be no reception and after a Thursday High (core*at were the made Civic ,by Center Mrs. at Good Samaritan Hospital;home !in.Los Angeles __......:. home In Wllloughby oii
3YWILLBEAGKMT. at Woodman Hall Thursdaynl&ht short week-end trip the couple W A. Llpplncott and Mr*. R, O
will reside at 512 South California .
"li J More than 7J:$ members, Judson. I t
i. 1 ... r' I u md guests attended l.) ,I Ave Mrs. Ford I is expected i
i Mrs. Saunders was adopted as i here this; evening to attend the The"Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Young
I left Monday with their grandsonwho i %
1 chapter nnxlitr( ( And after they! I II came from Cleveland to accompany 2 0
= IWciRram wan presented( 'bou-I IJ Mrs Houston wag honored by them They will go to I DISCOUNT
3f I| gnat of red ruses era mem-j| a surprise'shower at her homeon Chautauqua, N Y, tot a month I ..
bass! honored and presented flow)[ East 6th St given by: Miss and then to Cleveland for the I ON

J ors were George Rowley of].(Sallas'and J' Mrs. Ralph W Hartman remainder of_the. _summer. j I t ,

I 1 Palm t'fM'r John Oulette of Jr, last' night. About') two ,Capt and Mrs. Maurlco Flags I
'I Firt lauderdale and Mrs Lee, dozen guests attended and after of the Atlantic Court Apt are!I
!of 1'11111'City.)/ Another promin'J opening! of gifts refreshments vacationing. in.Miami for a fewdays ALL RADIOS IN. STOCK
I eat guest present was Mrs. Jean "
e Sample, grand Instructor for were servedCOUNTRY .' > I
District 28 CLUB-' DANCE ) Capt and Mrs Amie }'ratierre'left :'
I Mn Olga Heal received the ( JUNE 1st
SCHEDULED TOMORROWA Tuesday for K-archmont, 'N '
(Ir.11Nc.Ad./ Ft'J lo, l> Iri..d..1 D.V MrC.rtr to M.rlta C u.lr> i degrees of the.order and du-lng .
her initiation a group .consistIng semi-formal dance sponsored Y aboard the late J-: H. Erstlen 11

-, --- --- -. --- -- I. of Mrs Ruth Philp, Mrs: by the high school newspaper, yacht, Pelgen
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'' '' ,., !I Lillian Hansen Mrs ton ,: The Southwind will be held '
) '' o.f7i! 1' i. ... Tyson ? Mrs Franklin D. Jones, left
:1I 1--.,y ., .:?. ..', ., ... Mrs Ollle Hinton, Mrs DlanthaPlrtle from 30-12: at Martin County yesterday by auto for Province I *I ELECTRIC
and Rev E. C Jones sang:,: Golf and Country Club tomorrow town Mass to visit her daughter HALL'S SERVICEPost
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;t Refreshments were served after i, night, Music will be furnished Mrs Dorothy Tuck, and hereon :
throw ::1 the program by a five-piece out-of-town Laurence Pike Jones She
Don't 'Em- i /
f I orchestra and admission1will, be Office Arcade Phone 13
was accompanied a* far a*
,t d a person or $1.50 a'couple. It
1$1 hunt, N. J, by Mr. and\
,1 Away SIMMER SCIIFDILE be open to the public. Tickets R, T Troxet. Oak.j
I The Women's Society of Christian may be secured from Southwind .
y i -
We 1/ix 'EM : \ Service of the Methodist i staff members Including Mr. and Mrs. Wells
I Church; meeting Tuesday afternoon Jerry: Ann Smith, Alson.KlmbaU returned today from Miami ,
: at the church, decided to Charles Hall, Jr, Elaine Ander .
where hare been vacationing GEORGE
they -
,. .. Our ,<4,". '..tp"1 r ..4 .klIr4, discontinue Its general meeting son Orayee Pomeroy Joan' KEITH
i Saturday
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l h..4....,. n f > .4 l.>r> In iho. r.l during June. July and August ) Combs and C. H Hardwick, Jr. ,
: i I l t Sjfat mil buy;n| Ik.t ntw I I '
.... .. The circles will continue to meeton
.i. Brli ? Ih.) old ul Mrs Franklin D. ;Jones was
,..'u roo y .. saline *.. ...Ir the first Tuesday in each Miss Julia' Dehon, and her hostess to the board of directors :
_. month during the WSCS niece, Mrs. Chris Christensen,
I."t 4 'Ie r summer of the Stuart Woman Club last
2 2i : : i President Mrs. Edna Coutant left yesterday morning by auto I Thursday at her home Sunny''' WILL WORK TO
i conducted the meeting, to visit Mr and Mrs. William Villa at Port Bewail '
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Asbeitolme Semi Plastic ,1 Miss Siren B. Totten, In Mauldin at Hampton 8. C, and \ -
charge rot the program presented Mrs. Chrlstensen parents, Mr. Mr and Mrs. Edwin A. Men-j THE MUD!
1 ROOF COMPOUND reports from Methodist mlaclunarles and Mrs Charles, Wayne, In Columbia nlnger and grandson, Malcolm, I STO
I describing their work S. C left yesterday morning to.spend :
i 1frp; In various mission fields Reports -
p i Special $2.50 5 gal. can the summer at their home In I
were heard from Belgium, Donald Hartman son of Mr Cashiers N. C.-
P ;/ : :{ ; 'A" ih..... God. h.t.eaq M.1orio1 \ M.... 4n...I ''o".d I the West Indus, the Philippines and Mrs Ralph W.Hartman:arrtved 'S' I WILL FIGHT FOR A CLEAN RIVER!
c.wpy.lur- I and France, home Tuesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs Arnold Bauer of
I WE ELL ARMY AND SUlfcLUS on a between-quarters''vacation St. LucIe Blvd left Monday for
> NAVY SHOES As Representati I will demand that the State of
"I i ir Mi and Mrs Wade DcLoachat frem Georgia .Tech In Atlanta. Bridgeton, N. J, for vacation I your '
Valdosta I Oa. left for their t tJ He will return to school for the 'I.-- Florida and the United States government re'jcct any
: N. J liume Tuesday after ylsltlng\ a summer term June 38i Mrs Charles C. Titus ha
which results i in the St. Lucie River
plan turning into
; a
-r I week with Mr and Mrs Dalton hef guests her cousins, Mr and
,,: Anderson on South Camden Mrs I. L. Decker and Mrs Mrs F. L Joyner, of Atlanta l sewer for Lake .,0 echobee! This problem ,must DC
: .; l' I : 305 E. Fourth.St Other visitors of the Verne Van Ness entertained with whq arrived Sunday I solved at its controls in the kissi-
ti tuart, Fla. I were/ Mr and Mrs Elmo Me'l a 5 p.m. barbecue supper on Mrs. by building
i ;''j"l At- ." land and sons of Fltxgerald. Van Ness lawn Friday. The affair Mr and Mrs. Henry1 O Kindred mee Valley Ie flood waters reach Lake Ol.sechobce -
i who( l,(t; y e nUrday tter an benefitted the building fund I
I .",,;:,. -= "'.mr'1l.. .!'...... . '. .a.. ,.j night /stay .< .. ot .the. .Methodist- _church__:" Mr, Kindred have as their parents house, Mr guest and*,I ,. I will SOUm"i to see that t we are not made the vie=
I ------ Mrs J. H Mink_of Blrmlnl.lham.1 I tim, of apian: is ruining1one'.of Florida's 'most =jj,

f" r' es' FRESH. Mrs ''R. B-McCutlough- spent I beautiful which causes hundreds of thousands -

)4,( I the week end with her son ands j 1 of i loss to our fishing and tour )
TOMATOES 2 21b. 1Sc
SINCE MONE wife, Mr and,Mrs :R. M. Evans '
; 4 'J of Miami I ist industries! We need sensible water control, which ed

"! C "t DOESNTG.. GREEN HEADCABBAGE Mr. .u' will not drain t thA county as dry as a bone, or send all
: and Mrs. Frank Bals and ,,
J:d ONTREES' :-..j I lb., ...__, .... 4e daughter, Helen, of Fort Lauderdale .J the precious fresh rater out to sea in a.muddy flood

I'. 'IIERE' I.P. : INDIAN RIVERPOTATOES of Mr,were and Sunday Mr*. Edward dinner lIuell.ll Mappat I but a well-balance plan to get the water off In wet sea

tHERE" R..J, lb. their South Fork home sons and retain the ater level for dry years
29c --5-
'tAT' Mr. and Mrs: C. W Minns and \
,. : EAS l tiff! MANE children of Lake Wales were For A Progressive Martin, County, Go to the

I rt \ .._ e,_ ,_ .. 10 her over-night brother guests and his Saturday family, Mr of Polls Next uesday and Elect .

/>, Ibs. ,49c and Mrs A. M. Bhrtglcy, at their)
I hqme on.Akron Are.
: 4 __ FROZEN YfS-and VEGETABLES ...-. ..1David !
-. George Kqith Your Representative
-'- -, _. Latham and his con and Br.UlicoI J
\ .PLANTERS daughter-in-law, Mr, and Mrs 1

ALL POPULAR BRANDS COCKTAIL PEANUTS 8 : 29c Richard Mrs Sarah Latham C.,Hick have home purchased on-I ( "" ....tI.I) r.. 'r* a, ttt..... .! C-rf. K.IU,) r

UIGARETTESCarton 9 c East 4th St. t


t ti JUICE 2 r _.kinda for _

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,; BABY FOODS 1 9 r and DISPOSALL: .* :
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YOUR DISHITh.. C; I, AufwudCDithwulwf J ,
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I t' l I I >mi, sod .put ii s ,few .......... Simply pratf dw ralyd I '
: I TREET 49 BACON 63c i ,r .i. I .r ml Iff Ik* dulnraihw do she KM smmuigll't' '
can lb. ...u 'mi dishes will:: W kyfMotally ud .... u; cb.a-"'.. .

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MAXWELL HOUSE Ie FAT,, .f1 d> U'tlsp-- .rt..t cu M4 auWM odes .beans. ,food ws. u Is .*f ypSPosM.

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.< SALTPORK a'le"cON UA 31c
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ILl DErART hurst N. J., to make their residence and have numerous fruit trees: ,': k I
01 1. R. T. Troxel He will be pass Palm City News I '
lIr lIfr. Bewail f television director Howie planted eight', small apple ; 1'1 i 1
Port in York
wn of New trees a year ago. They were
:I d i ,day morning for Oak- City and Detroit completely stripped of leaves : I I. I

C.P.HOWIESBUILDING during the hurricane, but this
spring have blossomed and some
now have'small apples formed. To The VOTERS :
Apples growing In this section (
HOME; has been, practically unknown. :
NOTICECITY MI's O F. Blauvelt has beena
patient at Martin County Hospital I
GROWING CROPS since May e. She has been ; "
111 for some time and is under OF
I, '' observation. Mr: and Mrs. Blau ,)
By MRS. ANNA B. PAT'Me. '-
ORDINANCE PROHIBITS ANY ,... velt formerly of Miami, moved i
here two years ago and boughtthe
VENDER of' BEER, WINE OR SPIR. and Mrs. C. P. Bowl' Who' log cabin en Michigan Ave, p
hare been here for the past year Mrs w. MARTIN
ITUOUS LIQUORS FROM SELLINGANY are erecting a small home on home Monday from Martin COUNTY :

OR ALCOHOLIC West Palmetto Way, They came i County Hospital after a week .
LIQUORS BEV. to Florida from Winnipeg, Canada + there. ,, 1 r ,: l

ERACES ON'{ 'TUESDAY' ,MAY 25, and expect to make their,!' Mr. and Mrs Charles Krumtn f. ,J' I' ( .1"
permanent home here They are leaving this week end for .
I DATE OF PRIMARY# ELECTION, BE.TWEENTHErKHJRSTa.mT07p.'m.. own number of lots adjoining Mentor and Cleveland Ohio,I ': I : :,
et' their home on which they garden where they expect to spend the 2 A :4 'r' 'I' 'J! J :, '
--- summer They will accompany ,. ,
their nephews who have been I "
WHEN THC| 'I P rTTlB llljjjll II FOR spending their vacatloirhere on, ; I. 4 4t

SAID ELECTIO their yearly fishing trip,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Joss re

J turned Sunday from -several' 1 want to thank you for your suppo f and vote in'the May'4th primary and at the same time I must j ." -,'
weeks Vacationing I to Arizona,
The CITY of STUARTL. I California and other ,Western, cpologi-e for the limited amount '0 space) devoted to my campaign. A Stat. law limiting the Representr I t ,.i
IN II, States. ,tative to $400 campaign expenses himaelf and his worker. that must be reported under oath subject I
/ II I MI Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hodapp,I to the pains of per;ury prevents i from making the active,campaign that I would like to make. My gaso ''I'J'

I I Jr Pattle Hodapp and E4 Rob-i( line account Is even rationed at t a time. This ad is measured to the inch and it costs $51.66. You can 'j i'.
B. EURIT f ertson returned ,home Sunday readily see thai,you cannot have< he space wanted in a campaign such. this j'I:: ,'
after a week In Titusvllle with]

Mr and Mrs. George Hammondand During the rallies that held the first of heard of
City Mankger Were prior to primary a majority :you my expressions my
t and Mr.eon and Mrs. V. P. Langford platform and the work hat I havi done during my first term. I am standing on that platform and my '

( DMwM.., fete 1 N .I Mrs. LaVerne Van Ness was I record.
nM Cwu. hostess at a barbecue at her !
home Friday evening which was i During this campaign: you have heard that certain men are backing me. There i i. no such thing at a backerTI ,
I given sag means of Increasing I am running this race upon my conViction* within the $400 limit and I think that I can afford that. As I
: the dollar she received from the you look around the City of Stuart y\u may easily find backers. This not only goes for their creed but !
::1 Methodist Church to raise church; 'I with their cash. I '
:IS funds J I I "
\ The cards night party at scheduled the home tomorrow ofi My opponent says in'an ad last week at he will do. Many of the. things he could not do if he were I 1 i

j1 Mrs. 8. O. Crews has been postponed three persons rolled into one, such as isentative, County commissioner and school\ board member :
REFOHESTATIONREPLANT Indefinitely/ Iwo things he could not do if he were 'C ernor rolled into the three above mentioned. I 1'1

The Palm City Woman's Club I' '
28 Will hold! its regular meeting May First Seining will be ended only "With a vote Vr the people) not with.the will of one man. i.

Mrs. Rebecca Morton end i
FORESTFor AS Oaines Crews pf Riviera, mother On Jan. 30th and: 31st I attended a Beach Erftsion Conference called by our Governor. At'that meeting i ," ,
DENUDED and brother of S. O Crews, were I learned (that no one knows anything about b ch erosion except that South of the inlets on the Eastern '
25 mills have been cutting yellow Sunday visitors at the Crews Seaboard where any quantity of water other t an th e tides are discharged that erosion to the South of said
years our saw : home j Inlets is much more pronounced than to the N rth o f said Inlets. This fact has led me to believe that my I.r
pine from the forests of Martin County unt today Mr. and Mrs. Myrlen Mead and fight for an over-all Flood Control Program it t ie best thing for our section of Florida. How the waters

there is just a handful of imber left. The Flor a For- small children and older eon from the Lake can make such a difference to he South of the Inlet in relation to the North I cannot explain II
Merlin left for Andover
Yet it is a fact and anyone can see hov it works. .
estry Service will coop: rate ;with any county: nd its Ohio after spending the season I I

landowners by replanti of trees and with fire rot c-: for here.the They graduation hope to arrive from there high! As to the good roads in Martin County for the, armers, it seems to me, under Florida law that it would do I'I I

tion I will definitely ask for such help for artin school of another son well for the people to appear before the Couofly Commissioners, who'are the executive branch of the gov.ernment I f I
that this / natural asset be stored. Mr. and,Mrs Mead have recently and show cause for the building of/ e roads. After you cannot show the State Road Dept. rea l,
County so gr t can: r received a newspaper son for building of 'many roads'promised unfler the present setup, 1 cannot See how'one man) can do the '.
I clipping regarding their son, things; that the combined efforts of our fortftr Senato r Kanner and our present Senator Crary could not do. .

For A Program of rogress and Growth G to the Maurice notice H.pf Mead his being This the continued young Either you accept my opponent as a lupaTman or the aforementioned were flops. r f a aI

est master at the present time I
Polls N /t Tuesday and Elect of the Andover, Ohio Orahge ,I i refuse to consider the oil uploratio cal as the lands of Martin County have been leased by the Oil ,

No. 1461 ,and also the youngest Companies and as they have shown i ifthe"past) they will drill when and if they so desire .This is a pnf' ,
master In Ohio as a 7th Degree vale enterprise. I liII not drill any /il wells. : I

George Keitn- Your ,Representative Patron 21. During of the his Orange.parents'He' absence Is now I 1 I,

In Florida he is operating their Another smoke screen created by : opponent under the guise of seining being an issue, is that North j

IWllaa Ad ,win r.u y.rSPECIAL er rrb.i..5 c.. ,. (Continued on page Seven Stuart could be, under* Florida la* F removed from the city limits of Stuart. At.the same time the Legislature I
of Florida has never legrulat and more than likely, never'will vote a redilctiod a bonded. !: '
FROM FIREMAN... TO indebtedness. It appears to me t the people of Stuart, as laid out under the Old Town of Stuart, .will" t

SUPREME COURT'' 'have to pay $1,066,000 on the oli jebt. should North Stuart be removed from the city limits. Do you. l
want this crushing burden? 1 ,
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SALE In March of 1947 before I went to \ e i Legislature a local attorney asked me as the Representative if I I'
4 would take Mr, Keith and others i 0 ; of the city limits of Stuart through a Representative-introduced bill I
in the !Legislature, I replied that > opponent lived( much nearer the heart of town than I did, deriving I
even ,greater benefits"than myself: therefore I saw no reason to take such action. ( : J
OF I .
People of Stuart and Martin Count; Stop and think. On May 4th in the first primary the voters of "
i eJ Stuart's precinct 3 on the west side of ll : tracks: gave me 206 votes, and in Stuart's precinct 2 on the east '.1 !

ADDING I MACHIN side of the tracks I received 355 vote >k yourself would my neighbors and friends, my fellow mer. I Ij+ ,
chants: and the families of Stuart have e en i me any such vote of confidence if they had felt that my '1 '
stand on seining had been in any, way ha ful to the community I do not think so. I I''

ow For many years I have been an opponent to e present setup of hauling children on long hauls to the vary I j

ous schools.: In many casea children have up at four o'clock in the morJlin in order that they might j J'
,..'-::aN. nre, ._10'.1......,..r."It.sows/w'.... 5'9.o 50 meet the busses. One reason that I do not Ii| this is that the teacher may not keep them in after school. \I 1 i iIf
BURROUGH! ..dun..r arse_..... _.....11.. $ the parent does not help this child in its rk and if it is not satisfied| the tendency i I. for it not to JI
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work at the school program and at the end i the school year it fail to pas to the next grade. However J

the lure.State Department of Education has the nal! say in these matter and not one member of the Legisla."' tl f l J I'I'j', ,

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BURROUGH51wr.L.d r..r..w c la.. -..-.:'.. $64 5011 W. MAY WALKER' There had been some discussion on the tax; lief a* to the gasoline consumed by the farmer and the boat.. I I:
.. a 1
e a Mr T. Orphaned early\ in his child I
hood. W May Walker deprived of men. The farmer will only have a return f $30,000 for the entire State. It would cost much more thai](
tbe assistance l and advice of a this to measure the land and figure out t many refunds for them. The boatmen of the State would have j
lather, worked as a gum-dlppcr. something like $2,000,000. I am one of em and at the same time when I toot three times on the horn of '
slab-totsr. plow hand, truck driver '''that boat there i i. a bridge tender on a v y expensive draw bridge) it comes up and I pass under. Some. .I I ,
and fireman. Here in the .
REMINGTON I6Mr$.W.1 fen.:; HS $17278 hammocks fields, highways sloughs and body has to pay for thee bridges and f the men that operate them. If :you own a boat that is big enough. "I ,,I"'I
sell towns of Florida he encountend to open a draw lam going to insist th you continue to pay for it in the form of a gasoline tax Please oV J ,
all of the hardship and obstacles not try to hide behind the Smoke sci .. of seining being the issue. At present the Hobe Sound bridge is I ,
that confronted J
age. It was here a he youth received of his his out. It will coat the State Road Dep $300,000 to rebuild and you know that I will be in there fighting i
N:: .Iw1.Y. .,wl.ar rxa. elr.rl first inspiration ,of thought and to rush, the work. You also know, th .t: if it were not for the boats washing out the underpinning that it t '
.wen .1'
VICTOR s re.. .xa:::5::/.n an..e $2 91 50 before sentiment nature's was rugged here majesty he knelt and could be built in such a manner that i light piling bridge would hold the auto traffic ".. t. ,'
ww.l..y. Twr U erlre.een.rll.d received the royal stroke of a ,j !
noble manhood that Inspired him If you will go back to last week prjorfrou will find that my opponent favors many thing; that he has promised i
to study law at night. It was hen many things. I promise only th*thing that can be accomplished Sa member of the Legislature. I ,1 t
I" he acquired the strength of mind (
: : dl : and -character that enabled him I 1 I.I I..
= ::
. CLARY n' .ae Mw11M:H .1.! $2,7090I to pass the bar examination slUtone worked for and secured a $5.00 rail n i the Old Age Benefit and I cannot promise you that I will raitark ,
: of the highest grade of his
.arse r e.war.lw Twr c1 ass.Here. them to any. certain level. I I
In the midst ot Florida he 4 ,
became a successful lawyer and Palm City deserves a school and I will for any constructive program as outlined by the School I J I

'USED TYPEWRITERS who won the twice confidence elected of him his County people board and the Dept. of Education. '
Judge. The people of his district I /
then twice ..Iect.echim\ Circuit '
MJ..fc...rra -'.. tk.l k.. Judge,at which poet he has served. I l j jSuppo'rt
W ,mt with distinction for eight ,.....
Le C SMITHssfS"' $8350' His varied experience in life has :
given him .a vast knowledge of. alnd VOTE'for ; "
the laws of nature which has enabled
Mm to temper justice withparty
wherever extenuating-
TU" .. eax. cumatances would justify. An Unsurpassed .

UNDERWOO ) '1 SL'$7! : :: ; 9 50 htm sense to seals of Justice. with has fairness enabled '

.... the differences of his fellowmenwho
is...I"II.'''., .knrwr. .... KREMINGTON M.,.. cam before him. This has ROWELL
mad Urn an outstanding juristof MARVIN/H.: J
this StaU and all that know .l,
?..... .- .uaer him now recommend him te all t
.x the people of Florida When Judge =
VI MACNINq aMil n a'" ralW ;..seraLL, '' I W May Walker la elected Supreme ON. MAY 25th ;/ j
Irv. e{ east Court Judge\ of Florida the peopleby ; 1
their vote will bar chosen one I I
more member,for our Court of last e
TEL HONE 300ThIE resort who Understands the hard '
this and trials of all the people;
a Judas who can sympsthli with For
the. Mothers Fathers Sons and i : ouif" .,, Representative
3eughten of FloridaA ,
STU\RT' NEWS vote for May Walker In our '. ,/ .
opinion will-be a vote to establiJi
und ptmetuit* justice la our '
Court of Final Jurisdiction. Jr.M r.wrr. Uedw..rt; '
Ask for Mrr. Taylor I An editorial Iron the Wlkulla :
Count Atari Afrtt Seth, uw) t,
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I WORDS: Sc PFR \\ORQ CAPITALS : I rOR RENT THREE ROOM IoAnIPIIOS T.... Pro. 0' A> agu$ ufn.zaoC 50 4'
MIMMIM 830 FOR U lOft SUK-Rhode Island pul- APT, NIWIT DHORATID: the beautiful floral tributes, l.ond 1.0. 5, s.. Aor.o N...."J' aol 00..'. Ut 4 C Rh* II :::: :::::::.:, .A...nd. J, .:.
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log to lay. $300 each Buy : ; .... ..... ....94 H.r .
slbly l j 1IIIIIIIIMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIII;' nil, .; what you want Jack Ilanna I AIRY, REASONABLE lEAK i'following the recent loss of W'psNlV'aofsCt .:.:. o* fopygbugs5..o.... .. .S.ti111'v"iI\1: .

\ ;APARTMENTS FOR RENT ROLVD: : RENT PHONE 300MY20tf. pur father A. D. Smith .. ..... .". '.to as.' so oau Haa 1' "* .n.- : U 41''" t.I
Jensen Beach Ha. May 20 ::::: t.
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i f OR SALE-Improved property --" -- -- :1tADvtfnEMesy. -- WXIIoZ;: ;: ;.. 7; n .. .a.. Ion linseb ,I' I" _"" 0.04SE i*<. i' i Ito Jf"; p 1.1"
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on fed II",. So. 1. Good I OR RENT-C'OTTAGES AT EDEN OTrrj( or A"PO'NTMENTO'lNSI'ETOR' 0WnOoof0'0oeNW'iB Lot ,.: ;.. "' .

drainage suitable for frailer LAWN, PLANTATION I : A CI Logs OF' nCCnOd.5'. .: 000WS deCo ot .
i v .Part *arrra.* k| a I/O ,

"Y., court, cabins, fruit stand, etc bedrooms. 1 baths patio completely HELlION : 'I, Jopwn.I5nffaoov Rd. C ; :. Lat .1: E M elm al : ,'I
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,("i, i ''r | tIter litenne approved. Iteadoii- lurlll.hed: Avuilable til 1K' toed at t'-snSV ('onmiolloorno. iri W ,, '......,. ,.. .... I 'f'' frIi1b' T c.- "1... -'''''''' liIl0.olae I Grant ** ar M 41Ut
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r yearly as apprivind 90 f.cllcoboe Pack. SID uf pan. ui o .... ,' .
rental. Also with IuIth00l W H .,
I j { q tH t ,I ''It ;) i I Owner H J. Qualfe. Box K3, ) rooms (," -,Hi .f *l*.Uo, la .*<" at. tO..tni4 ( Is 0 55' 04 A I Ja : : : :.: /' '9LoWlo' 'lV'I .
bath kitchen : : .0\, ...... ,. Ill -- I"
Salerno 26Jone3y(5f and privileges. lOd'uouo'I.p'CmsY' akwtlali to I i : 1 SIlO .. SItdMten,4. Ilo'ofu. &. ,2YJ ., '. t
Fla 21 ,
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IiOoto ''' ,1.)> 411
m Otf! o: !: i"'HI. i Summer rate. Uenlann Plantation do. 1-rid no Tvnkir Marti. 104Cc 1 1on I I .. A0Os = ..--s.-------- I lac\HUi .A' Owwr TKot.
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.: I S.U t; _'Almost new PuoI t miles north Jensen. 'EC'lNC: Jim. s. JFN'EH: 5EACH. i 40 11110. 1\ .... o. ,. ", II I'IteIslliu ..,."......,.. aislot. t:: '. In Blk I 11 4"1 '" N 'li"1*, V ,.;.;",, VT .K )1Uil. I... "

f '. I Thffm Healer Easy on Indian River Drive Jensen poLling' .d'LACE 10W14 BALI 1* ItO / 0O.hord .. .. mN _. Flel .
$' f' I. etfrnlatinf Sc.. Honsun H. Froper. I l ,. \ ,:: .. .4 455* tomeS I..n., ,.; :: :: : : L..t'll Hlk 45 1 K |, '
1-et I din boat
(ohIO, U" M flk l.I.i ... ,' A" I. Kv
I Mantrle inner Rra tlon.ble. Beach rla. Phone 143 XM! between One 1.1' 0ekso, lbS. 01 ""ut 0 __.. _.._ 1 1 /nor.: loVe .... .... ... 0.00 ) .t

ATI.ANTIC ('OVUTAI.RT7IET i See Kotburv, But au:;, Stuart S and 9 clock evenings at", Ice 1..0.. J........ 1 0uO'tlOOloNWz.not; '. ., I 5.lrnn. Sn ra R l.rd Plat -; j jaf I.ii..i .

I : I or Sin M., Film ('itl'). May 13,29; 27 "Mrs. Thou,.. IM\\rr\\ .. ClcrtrRECINCT 1.Nll'octNKSofaK7.os Ito 1J": I "' ..... 1 ..Ii .f'', .finila, ,- 'is'...yow ..... ..,'"....... I !! fbkrft lal and Addllwi"Marl 00 af Lat.Part "- .. }. .

STUAIU'. FLORIDA 1' ,:Slav 13, 20 roll RENT Two- down-town; i 'No.l f, STUtKT. POLLING I! ar nc ail Solon I It In bit NK II.M n* !:f'm. -. i 4 10 45 SO 0,5wLO, RoOmS : 7"rr, ; :.-,,:;::, '.' :.05. Gv..OuaisPRhlpM, M'lr. ar Haa>*a '. ,

e".ly" Decorated Fully Eqalllpetli' riiist PLACE, FIHE STATION NWIi>f r.rml dr*. f.II- I 0041
SAtE; AutaMive w PaCz.
night apartments, Newly furnished M.. Von OntO M.. .. ,,,,i ItA tfl T (' .. 111 .
Honsekeeplnt Apartment .K o IuOlO VII. JM : I,5nt'
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table and chests ut drawers Incom9halsii M... WIlno M'CIOeoln .. i :: : sr : > : N
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All electric Phone I \ .1 ui. ,, t tUt 05.5.0,
tow Slimmer' ij.t.\ I equipment II A T".In., All ... : : : .$O no a, ( I" K lv< \;. .. logo ..... .... .
Open Ml Year Round : seti 1.V. Gllion 'Muart I. Maylltt In.,.,,.,,, Alt : <::' .::-.: M a, *,* Old. .H'f rKi ,' 10,10 S VM ISf. .- lionbeon I
( dorado An*.. Stuart May SB ---.I 1/,. Shlcoelcattos. BroS.porcmci : .. ;
loinS 1-u.n. ki SDI
Lack I 11
W. T PAfcEt; Hlr f .O
I lOll Mlghe i 'for alriyeeaya,1 FOR RENT: Floor sanding mao I NO t. STUARt, PO .INC. Plit "A" SjDui pin. S.< I W m cnn of Lat tl. :'. 'S .

Telephone BUt top Mil alsored nand !>*- !thine and edger RefInIsh PLACE. CHEVROLET GARAGE j1VU"'. ', ..', ".,.'". 40 .J ? .'.-..*. I".." ., ......)......'....' .j. Ii
I ,. MA's or- HanuaIrani 20 I Iet3ut5oo
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iiiiiiiiiiiiiMimmiiiritniininiiiiiiiHiiVICTORY M Hubert lomc-nt J. _. V-Hrl! )-'"'' 01.I .1\11\ '
floors at reasonable : I < k ., '
1 l Mvwrfed anywhere. In county pour rates. Mr B, W Pulltin: i PaIn City: II f...... ,' 1. ?": '. .. .., 0ORPA.a ...,

HOTtL (1. II Tllton Box U3. Kobe Phone 168, Stuart Hardware Mr A I..II....Ivtnun.M ..\.... ?ntolsllatfsatJ' .. Tc.pdro. PnlO Iu,00 1"a I "

Sonnd. Phone. 3161 Co U '.. 15.5. ('..boI. Odrk 2'l oaor.ls. n tOSS' ,*hr:'WfkJ .,' Ii 4ift0, .. 11 w1ti..a.} I "," ...'-... '" ''IJt' ,0p0c5 I' "' .
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1, Mav6' U.'tt. ttHfflfsALE : FOIL KENT\;: -o.room Apt.. newly PrECINCT NO ,. IALFIINO. POI ff50pLAcc. n.qWbys4A.::: > slj Ii t: .,:I': :Ur.:: \=it':1t': :'"',- "' .1.1: **,,7. r.I t t I. N IT :, "', ''

Live in a modern 'dN..tl.c\\ "' (- Six: double beds decorated all electric. fight 1511 .. C"NNING PLANT BU1LIS .' ,d, H. 't. i 0 ,, AIr 11100 ;.1 :' :'., .: :: % '4: Md'nipIO.0 "

lei; riiime.like atniovphfrc, large with! inner print mattresses I and ain Reasonable year SI..". ..... Q..IIoItlr, : ,.. I > : ;.,' :;.. .. ......' ....
t airy uutildr, rdoms !Silirlum' I one aide board odd chairs, two 101'. See 0<101...... u ( .. 0 I" It. .. w ,.f; ..,. : 10,11 ? Fault 1 F.ra.oCoCd: 2 \' -

uverliBkln' St. lu le liner. : space heaters one used washing round rent Mar" 13, If Sir.. D.u.l.. 00.5,00. TY; ; l 7.':. It!!::;. I* 4I II 0*
Private Beach: H'nrn' 1 maihlnc In rood conditionand I FOIl RES.-ti8.w week, laige. /I.tktddtn., 'boO i ,.......?It t"l 40 .loo. II. 4.. .._ %" ,'I I I. I .r. ,'."
11'1 double rooms. twin Hollywood tl l* Nil Rpuul.uPOltpROcoca ,
Bar I'sikajc iieeorl. l.. ( I Ion rot. Hire Hotel Phone 'I. ;'; .r. flb
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0. 50(11-fl" ; 305045LII
beds Rex l1lrI! redcral Hwy eseciscu740./ .. .. _
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Lounge Marine\ Ho m. In 'iiluir, i NISI. MavetfIOH I POLLING PLAtE wwtsa. \\r. lI"f; lh. I
at tf tlc0.l '1,141'In .510)5 .
bridge COM *
Bar.B.((. lieaulv 1'3thl1, ,n IUU- SUE '- 3 Hfllhwwod Box ,". Wifr, Moor. ,: t iO.I.alnnOls.I 01... Park. Addition Na 4
net'lion. Sprint Reds. Innrrspnnn, Mattrcvfts imiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiimimiiiiiiiimfiiiiSERVICE i r i v.. r:.-.. H.,1.,I I 'i< : u is w oeo. pl n wrtta Jr ... to u SID of .l Got. L N a.. .
M" 1.1.. Will,...... ; Toct,573af01' ;", of TItl Iop".III'OC. 30 3a.. ,
Low Smorne'r Ititt ,;\in\\ I I 1rewr. I chest ofchasers OFFEREDllllllIlhllhllhlllIIllIlIllbllllllihlllllllbill M g.! <* In; 1C M 11(1( F' n Wttboon Jr I,,,I, :1 unit. 11 Hlk 41Plrturr AI"I "
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l I merit latilr" Rex", I "
Rooms uithoiit K.lll h. .!SIowrre.Rest j im- ,i> ol H> r H wrwamii City M.nnn t/D otNW
Rooiflo II itel. May 13. If I AM still equipped to do all PRFC''If' NO 0 PAlM CITV. POLL. T,.rI. El ... /I ,,,,. IA. rl'r ; ./( N* i I. .
INC pL"CE TOWN HAIL.M :' '' irnn ill ill ISl inn p. H WMhnM Jr 1711 I'a'.I1. $00041
Single 1 .fO) "klv. THrSr; t; ri'1 :{RS- kinds of cabinet norfc and ... Vda, suar': .. : .:' ;7' ,.., ID l> 41 l Is S A Bowrrr : lit i.o.I.TaItittkl. AI", It
Double (".OI1 wkl '. OMA $ ]! with an added spray room 1 I 5ev.. K.'h"'n" n.vhlWau, I I T,*.,* r. I... 1. 10 .
in to lI,.. ltit ldpsolisOo, I.,. '0 'o tl If toll "tar II tS .1 tHE: N WdllaMa< Jr !tszu LuAdfo/Do.fksed ,
Rooms. -,. Pilvetihell, .11 bIte Sluart News, while supply am now a position repair ;: ; ... T T. '. B' .10..f'i.ii Wti a* k' Lwas *nr< W 41
Single 112.Q \ khy. UM, : and spray your furniture. J. W. 101... ASh h..11 11., .t'..... cr.k. .: at in 14 to I* li| 41 its Y wjllle" if l: SItp Grant W af Indian Sins I. 42Conw
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(Oilson xverko Bid Colorado 2ti .
Double $15.00 wkly. '"Lyilia Il.nliv" J by> Kenneth pRl.fmJG.Ah PORT MAYACA, fl' '!t !J .|l 'IS 41 f'" r H Wlhtyowa. Jr .i.. .. ... .. OHio K'" :::1",,: -4-' It.: IdooS ,;: 1
\ve. May 20 27 June :
OFFICE pool I ; .
AprlISttIllhlIlhhhhtlIllhhhlhhllhhllIhIUlhflhhllIhUl KobeVts n.'l'1r".I' : .
I -- MAVACA co. i ( Onset W at' Indla 'SO t u'
"", Manevman" ly" ThosCAsUtn I LAUNDRY SERMCE-REDUCED: J..... 1. W.I.... its* "tT ..iI-.d.i,,..t| <. ..,. "."'" "f" .... '
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M Jn rkln Hsupbeies.. R. < ** f. h J2 HI'-'oJIl. ; """ .l ., U *ltlwnt } \ ""hHbl '.
PRICE ON DAMP WASH, one- ...:.. .. :. .. ., II ," .. 1IuJo,._ ... .,.IEiIh....... I.'"
IIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIKillllllllllHIIIIIHIIIIFOR' I The filMY of Mm.. Murphy' day service. clothes thorough ;:;';;;'f.;;';:";" t : ;:Jl -: r.L : ; ;.; ; ;. ;{ :: = "' Fa,It alnt */D elIM : '. :::1, : ,

SALE ,I by !Natalie ScottBrfttanla ly washed, clean in rain-sol A. R. ChdnClnS,,. : ; .,. stsi, ] 00 <.*mr Grant .,*l <
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>'Miiiniiiiniiiiiiii, ,, Mews by :Marterv. "ater completely sterilized, PRECINCT NO S. INWANTOWHroLL.BOARD "' : I'll' !' Hl. ""..i.J. ft ifl1 a II" .... ... .,.... bot I. W 41'r ;af; tM *| "I"I I" 'JVtHJ
Miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'i Sharp. returned ING PLACE SAl,, DPOT.. ,} <<'. a ,\ Sall,,- "I-
damp, ready for home .N'NK; .. ,fl .. ;. : .' '._ :ro 4,.1. m"
FOR SUE It '>(:-( orbettTrartor Mr' J..hn flO : 4t A AlelC clap ., _, Eel 14 V : .. Froth'
or 1 (rang nn by lerhert Best I Ironing or drying It pounds nil,. II II OneSo" r.' .. '" .
1H$ model '"! T.(;. I Aurora Iiwn by Herman only 41 tent t additional SI.,. I.. I' It./ond./ "1 :.,l.fOWI, : C i 01,*,.(. FIorlI. moo N. Ino "

fully insulalril' .,irtH, relrlsernlett. 10" ,," '"'' %W.i.sWft1E94i'; : J1:1: .. "B Op 0. PI Ca: OS r 4 a
I pounds rents per pound east. A T. r.an&n., ., ('!.rIo. go 5 III IIooM' '''r' i.-- 0.10Nt7'1iit.ditiii hal 45 JIll I I ('I'' 'II \t -
.,W-luul Tuelnipllhr' Irailrri 'Ilniiu! lortv by'Edward and carry NO MINiMUM.Weighed : :' toI lai mk I n ". Iii'w.l :It: .w.:.

.. .*>vd rubber Slcchanlcll. ;' hen or COUNTY r<)MMI'WIONFH8MAKTIN : : : .a .It.. I 0I4u ....,:: 14..1 0 . Stanley PEOPLE'SLAUNDRY. .
dry ('IIUhTV! fUlKIIABr "" W .

Itrrteit isbn T KinraW f>tu- .(hIt 'SU.F$ -Ilijrutay frontage May 20fAKRENS 1. R POMtROY. Clrrklili.li /of Itr 8/W '.. .. .".... .. ..If 114I. I w.lt: '* ....ftoH"j, PhotO.: Plot Na, .
.i la .. Mw 00. 1545,
: Trailer Camp fhwit U Jl :'
art aoouaPaaoelpsUtact
I,, Ma.tMtf ..lift) feet, good title, no city TREE: SURGEONS 'p.tmALAusvgTtncbqNf"lS"'YogcIgculT' N..th..... D.NW .. : .G' ( f: :' :: : I a .IM',7 111/1/ ,It-", Ji'l\ y!; "a Plo' I. W"

"*, .ti"\ chose.. in. Honestly suitable COURT jOP THi IW''i''t;: sl"lj'.la ;)'r'f.: ." 'ril ,., 1 ", ii .. ...... JI1 "' IV h1J ; kO. I I. Wit ....
Ke- :NC Trees topped trimmed tiM1
S.\U-8e'rwI KenneMe | or ;
FOR /or 12 tourist rabins er I NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP THE L'7'! "' '''''o.jI' '' ,I' (. t. "1"" ; :, Jr. .
; ;'!;I r.I'A' ., ", 1:1I: ; : ; t";'jo :
.removed Power : ,: : '" )
I In -equipment 'I"tlt
._ ,Iri&"rr.lor good working er- hotel P. o Box 1150 Stuart STATE MARTIN 0'COt'N1Y.FLOOIDA' IN AND fOR Rt.P..I/D.. fport ', .I ,,q ..:p,\. \. 'i".I'1." I IOo.Lo00 I' _. _........... ," ,,1 ,
tier niOO, BdUrr IriKidalre: ; Flu Mae H 30 I No charge for estimates. Have IN CHANCERY NO. 1050 IlZSOdt>> i *'*, C II IffIt 01 ': Lillian \
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J "Salw; Senh 2119 s ,tiU> your dangerous trees taken I> RTHfAJ( It) TALHOT) 1'ltuN"I\.1 Ion, to 0 n ISIS It... JrRill4Wolotl.1.fOI," "'h_' '' sal. N'JI"f Af SP, ..nI./:'" 4N

*Dixie $ \las 21 HK; IsSLE; ; i motor scooter. care of before storm season. I'tultrg.t. t J Adr0L ."" :, ..:. U4I. d5ip .. 44 .(.1... tI ts ". "S1.Stfil,1
: Ifafbi t> \ I Siil11aeWOut11usfq7hv; 'n ; ol4esoi. I' ,,' .. I. .

: "" i Alto Rim I yclc with '....Ior. Carl E. P. Nitkerson representative THOl'll: vnART I) I.., 1 n... M.I, II at" 'o.\W& ..., ', ,,_..' "','I It is 4' :R.J M. '

FOR S.I-Tkrre roll op slot : Pdlni, ). Apr. 15 *tf I Box: 8301. West Palm Beach flnlvsO.nt. I ; I KHILITOuatr .
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.porth sMiles Tee 0 seven feet hltlSlllllilflllhlIllllllihihillllhllllilhllllllNOTICES 1 11*.. Telephone 9302 If NOTICE TO APPEARI 1 .... Lot -.. .....oo. .. It 4' P... ... lOon A. It. u, 9!. I14A k':: ,
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I I"Hhat 1 sun the fit.! < of P5olduI ....... I. to t. too..no. la ,' ,w' .... ...,.. ..-. ..........
/fang. on. eight ret t I I"nJu,1 '" I AKT THORNP!: Inn Mailhi A... '"
SPENCER SUPPORTS for women .. So Vorlc. N. T'V. !AI blh U .. ..... ." : 'J"1'811II' II\. LEGAL AD VEfl1ISEME1fl''T'1l0 = LEGAL ADVEaTbSI00llNOTICkediNflNibON'
: foil need to keep nun out I immiUKimwi'mmiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiM! I .., ., : I ; 1 -,. :
n o,50y Mill"" 1.' nes'osr oHIt' + .
: Jli' guild as new tl 1 bali (the Men's belts Luella Downey 7th ,ty "C Ju... A. 10. i0o., Os ihs .ItD; 1-.o.'n.S.oolso I : J.f f :' : ,f4'1. .,t' -. i., THE cmrUTT tuiiitT, IN' AND 1 "
prh-e' navis. nn st. lurieJL I lET IS show you, the modernPrigidaire 1101 Orange Ave. Fort flltl ..f l'nipl"hrd| nlml in .h.f, rr<.1.( I : von MARliN COUNTY 'LO.IDA

'rein"ml. 'toe311.12 ,I pplianre mil show Pierce, Phone 197-M for appointment Ic,..,-""us,1.I".d,holtnl.t, I'ui I h. tb, o1 rJ."U I'IOeIM.Cors infn ,.1 11"lh.: ," ";:..;::; : >> .it, 41, ,; 'M'.1.' .:......."'., '"0 ". I PAlate IN ('llASt'OiOY\NrLL ? N..... ,, I flTlO'"' NAME.. .
I the advantage In an elee tf lo: : oJ" Mlch.llIli11111jowoo.au
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Irk h/mie Bauer, FrigidaIreSales I TAIIDT THORNf: I t. PI.u"tltf on.1.ou. -
IOR SAI F- months old NI'1I 'iD of Go. LM. a a. ;iVa; I ?
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Hamrisnlre Iftl J"ull'I 1.50 I ; & Service 208 South value of spare time Free __ ,THORNE, onoccopson. .. C. >$> 11 4' I> ''' ....
horh "I. d't rn 41 I "'r, 0''.... .. 1... :r;! l.l: :. \ .I l : MJJ'
I trUmng by Avon Cosmetics 'I\MOiOI1\ !! 4tttr. .. ,.. NOTICE TO APPEAR
Dixie May20 Ib.
lllithnnv .otIorstIosla d lOt of CsoitstOIl "j" f.
each 741 StMimann BUil I t.1 J .,. 14.... !tIII1' II It .. .. ,
Expert shows you how to make b. t.k. n >_ ...n<,*,,t br .... ) :> : 4 'I'f 05MAr.10 I'HRII'IC"f! (7/0 0 '" "" '/'!'
\las '0II 1O AMOM. lONCrRNtD: I I The Otot, 1 lilA, N... I. dccron"tOa )1(" .. ." 01 of Oof'IAuIl), .\J'i: -ii: :::;' .
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I have no associate authorized money In your spare time. '0 an.nrno p.r In o-bhl.h 'bl.ltqU., \ .. I of R' N. 4. .. 4 .u """ iii' JI ..:. ittillA Yvu: AILqI I '5.1)1buolni
F ALT ill blooming African Write P 0 Box lltl West Palm M'sonn .ball .ho VuLII.b.d ..... S SOob .f. ui-a banho onulnd lo CII. us an'psSeuocn .n.... .b'.jj' I 1
by me to solicit capital or Incur ,.. In .hr .bto .
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opc' ....... '\ of n-o".od ec i.lOlosrl -"
t' Motets' blwni IV miinlhs out I debts for any marine sal Brach, Fla. May 20,23BULLDOZING WITN'.S; roy hoot end aflIrlal nil S-dSilSlechOolLtonhi I MD.oalI .. I \% :'", 1:1' born. cOo l7h duo of Mulo. Wok, ..
of the Also ,ltrimPIlant.. ,, -' ut s,,nrI, "' .dd..I ,hI 1. nIl, lay .if Ma,'. Ponlo&s ... 4 JA II u 0511 tco' ddo.ecn beoorbe ...... ,,,I.,. ,.-
year Tage enterprise conducted hv ; Land-clearing. A n. I ii. M- oust CitY 1.5 O'tadiff Soil ,...". .. I'' ...
licnus and 1 fieri"ei...i". \\... pie. HXIIOIU) B DAIUSOMarine \. I ditching and filling Phone .. """, I...." S..II lot, I Silk 0, tI T9ue4sis .. .. .... (15HI.blod. 10 ;,,",,,, :i :10:::. nrtt !coo roll "IOu. Ib.... onI

\ incest l.yimi. J1l 'rnlh"l, | St. I 3001' .. J II roMrocty.ctnt : / IfS VIeS AdJSOhou i not aN do on ouOA"o'h ...... In .01,1,
Iver. May I 3Z9-W. tf ci 1.,11 l (",'''''. Marlin coon. R.eAnd P1.0 .0 ., L, ."", ond .ij...... I. ......... I ,H,1.\
If \' TOO CAN Go'rp! 1.,101. 'Ew" IS'ofSE ; Into 0 000p. 11 l Ie CoolS.... nedosed. Obsu. P.S. lea-It. :.'I,
MOhtIOTIt. H WOOD "iotatg .bI"h" non, moO warS
IFHOLSTERY WORK and Mattress .. 4 31 41
SAl -1'eo. hate Flower Him would you like to be the wtt' I.lAO A tOHIIn ,sSu I I 0 SIb I 0 II .: fop to.; iii rioooootg owaho I. TN : "0' '"I!155)101IN
Hilt He IIIOIII ,. : : :::
pilot at the controls of the Renovating of all kinds A"v., .,a f." I h'PntnlI 1 l.et010hilAt, ; a ------' : : 10,54 ; ; rI ;sAl.
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I Puts! Just arrived VII We do- /first! class. work, pick I'I..b. Muy ii. H J- 17 1441. Hi-u :'bt.iir '': :RJI 1''i' '", tar
newest! of nhplahes You ran Pbntb, COUNT JLOGE'
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lolemans t'lrtdonr, $ '.it..1 do this If VDU make the trade( up and deliver Phone Fort I "T.EGAL, ADVERTISEMENT 1I-1:' \.lID of ''P'',' :':Ir. 'I I9 l2.rcott.. 1.1. Seil MARlIN C"I'' NI\ 0.000Or I

Mav 'with the worlds finest pilot Pierce 775-J rtOrp write Route 2, I i IN THE COUNTY-j oct'i: COURT Ot 1.:1.11: ... .t= PoAOCo .... ,, SLIS ... rock. .1 'On Clnsft J II. Cuo POOl.,(SOY.. HaNky. .TATf/IO0ISoylCE I
.5A015 COUNTY SlATE OF Lot I .: ; : : ...
r/OR: ALE Modern\ <,a* k"h.inthe<< U.S. \tr force Box 589 MattreosCompasy FLORID" ;1'I' 1549 Cu .s.o.: 0.10Rairs COSOF.. ,..ri.... ,

.' Hantes. waler heaters /and gas I: Aviation tulcls' If you'resIngle tl IN IIKGAIf"" l'HI. : J1RTATJI: : I IhlIcI0110 i fl... b''... Add' puel '. IIVA"" faAuY H. T. JI lInus. D.C' : OF IN ",, 1\0'\ TOAPPI.ICAI
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OiSW/5Ol9EY ,
equipment" of all k nds. Ell ;. between '0 and 26'vears DON'T WAIT until it i top late. ; ; I.""".. .I.u boSond paSoss ... ... ... of U 'I I 011,5,1 Ait.c ; l'lab.Itcf, loll IIAfGI rOIl you

Bur,,esn, Martin County representative old with the proper edu See us today for automobile 0. n...,., to'SOn... IOoneaeoIl I-u C "Uk I ....... ..' ." WUi.1k0uqIjod. W'-..: lI.n COO, A1.1jt.I. \ (5, 00 ml MaO 0. IUS. NOTICKlld .. DIN I 5 I I'I. .
ln06CauO ...
I catlonal t:: li'k : C' Os ... nJlnal
of the 5i)00.ijsto. ) requirement. you may insurance that you need under NOTICE TO CUDIT / .. 4'I0mm.ao .. .. .. .- : ,H! -uG. "a'
Phone Stuart 89 May"0 intrifv for appointment' to the All ovA b"'" or f". 1:0: : .ISf ri ..,,,. 1..1 II I" I M V ........'_ _",__ I.n ; ADVERTISEMENT .!.' IlLtttK erf H.. -'
the financial 1 *
.. .:. I Aviation I Cadets The next new responsibility loot. il.oa .. ,u 0 a i Loin' Sr, : .' T"oP'. ipliTiB OO" : .... "0 ,55enlelattolf
i Law Theodore Dahon & .1 0 :;,:h : heby:, ooIIlOnt. .. :A't.id { : Sleo Lillie OJ... Oocood AND "''at : II
tOR SALE 100-Ib. ( toleratorH 1st and "M'. .. E .1 ; liSPiNG FOR PURPOSE OF .
clOys begins<< July now 0 f.1. my c alma orffjin itoesnileott 5/0 J02' Iiftnol
box (boil .condition S.WOO is ( Son. Dehon Bid,., Phone SI \,h 'h o no) coon,' .' ,itd nncoi,' ;. 4 38 41 HEARING OBJECTIONS AND IO1cOti.,. ..' ...
time he arts :1.0
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get : _
: I ,rih I :. ..h''i; : ,kstn COMPLAINTS f. .. 01
Coanty Judff of ti.oou ,.
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W. L. Salerno" I la. Tl,1.1. WHOM
Merrill without any obligation; at I Mu.,"" 1'u"nt.' Flor Ida. IoISOcos,,' 1:50 IT MAY rWfFRN/ <11."
May 28Mm base I huu.,. .' ", s uart. Fl..,,d.. within neSt .,.." ...."1.. pan. 01 1'',/"""I '10 Chanter I4I. Lion ofS OaIalc ol)5.PRANK ,r:,
Air force
your nearest or TRUSSES, elastic stockings, I I.. ,.t..ndr ,month from Ikdatt 01 Nat: .1 aIh' SI .Is PR A. .. ....lIn. <<..,_ ...
4.7. Air Force Recruiting<< Of knee pads, anklets etc Stuart tho ltrl" publiralhin' ,.I tM" nco., Kadh up.gnOO ,_ a 31 IiIt iea,"f"i "" she. *... A.., I

f rr mower SAl, E-tunninghanepoo', nearly: new easilydetucheil I flee., at (omeau Bldg. West Drug torp; tf ,tus,I ,'1, dr-taana, mat. ,Iw In writing ondant.I.tethniI.clcoaI4onauund 0 11194 Il ... .. .... boo of.osoo ....,. .. .. .. ,.If $*3...b...... ......I..r:ttZJSSS! I IHBI'I ',

I lain Beach. May 20 "sot .,.fl.. .,101 nn..l ,5'hutno55 nOd 8....;... A.Idhlhaa .... .1 XT.. ,4.-It ....""'".. "'.1......,. af tka' Pt. 411 ,."..b.,'". I
engine for othersork -- DO YOU han trouble with n.1, I" ....IIn,, t. by .h.ebuioun. .. Id.. 005LotOo.isyalp.un ( durlrut lbs rear .kralanlnw. on tk. ,
3 ft. cutter bar $150.00. I lET I'S ",-ire your home or repair your aen.l. .p II. .tto",,,. 0. It sill be'to.'Id l4PsC. 11 Ja 45 h.. iXt'o,1"' :"".*... and """.. an :"I.'h \., ill'Till '
Phone 45 J"f: 13. 20 hens not laying: Then use or.,'hoe" : 'hoe ial 5* ... : .._. Loon .......' ,..-L':: ,* *u._..* 0.'...... |
.: your present wiring when need Hess Pan-a-mln. Stuart Feed Thin, 14 .,hun ; Anal A I). 1505.rOa.ulInuK .at oed. l l"r .?. .ha. >....< us <1'" 'I.
80_'. !5.O..d AddlsIoa t' I n,, LEGAL ADVERIIMM'
arises Prompt and guaranteedwork .OV:8.A. [ offlj. f'SW.tony ?, w ??.
FOR SALI; '0' 30' sidewall Store tf ....t.
x canvas AdroItutnc..I of b. It-tOn .1 onOufG.sLMS..j room S1 CMnaatl ...Ud.. '.
tent Smtible for' our motto Bauer rrigi- 0 corer I.dn. .1.., Osoot, .. Ilsonig. C .. 41 W.... Iain MatS. H....... ..h... tk. 0010Cr OP INTVNTION TO
J ) livingquarters ; loire Sales & Service. 208 AGENTS for Gould Pumps. All Lot" a III' drnouo.IOIILHTOOtOtN "., '45 .. ...... .. ... ,17 Morvf..ItlOatI,5' ., ....,._ iaifrI.oebk. .aot, may !lor ...".1.' ... nsf IOta la v> p1CTITIO.
heap See Risbun itiodO. .
AND IflANCISIf so 'b.1
: I .al .bue',5 will hOuni.nlahnu
Sooth Dixie Highway, !May 20 sliea I Immediate delivery ... ., ones 05
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Box 1311 Sluarl rlh SI : : U asf doe al
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or :; :1: : 4. 10. akrnnl taaaW IS
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}Stuart; Hardware Co Phone ) 'ur Ad..lnl. ,. .. % 11145 PR al II u. PtuOneNu.dsI, Tb.I IMtS foss I I
palm Citv Mav 13. 20 )NOTICE We to I'.h 1 21. 10,0. .... i 31 41 0$ lbs
are pleased announce 108 tf A.u' Slay t. U. It A D. .. Lou'T :: .101 011' lhaoe. an .nun $5.0 will r.rt.t,, '
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the appointment of .=LEAL! ADVERTISEMENT II I"; ; )fanI. Lyoeo. J. _..... 0001 ilitc.u du. fs0. ,b. bun 01 15. r..... full ortFlivMa. '-
FOR SALF-rre-th. Ireeripenedoranges 0 124' ofNH' d11oO '. tifdleunfms .leoof 1 fog 0.. ; n4d

and grapefruit, $100 Mr Ed Burgess in Martin as our County representative IIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIimiFEMALE IN NINTH THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' COURT CIRCUIT OF OP THE THE (I.. ..... I .. .... .,.. 10 41 i'bofk. ,,., H II.",till I ... ... ..vo. en b.fodoov 0100510,: okjMtlona MItt hmfnas.and sonotninlu' ps.poae. .110 l of ..uoInnofIIlS$0'npw $

bushel Also' complete line HELP WANTED STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR Cilmiol Pugh AM'S is Cd I IuAlPnS.auf9OLmI 10-011-0 ,osFRV
I per \apoas ('o. See him for iiHiiiiiiimiini-iiM!iiiinmiiiitHiiWANTLD MARTIN COUNTY. ; i' : 0 SwnMwSss.'i' 0? urn :
.f jelly honey and novelties. IN CHANCERY No. 1174 'b.n' Nib ., DIou wI ocf
modern water Position as stenographer : ::01.1ebbS
ranges. : '
1 Fda fruit & Novelty Shop gas J""PHJ"I ". i : tof: OWl' ; to as ea If,, : : ll.a ualocaono
heaters and 0
"nUII"JANItT. ) FOSS\ A 05o'b. : i -
; federal llwy & 2nd St. :0.:11: '-r.. -"'-- 1HoMutuf Chnlriaa.,
all kinds Phone Stuart 69May. Available for Immediate duty RDt'I.V I. 04 .. n'RT: :

I tf 20 Any offer considered Phone Mn Ilolendust; I .. I Of .1': .,:I .' II P''h' ... ....;...-..'.,"_..., UA I op H. M THRobs. Mea ManarrtB Mv17.erS I
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FOR SAIE-A quantity of burlap 9125, Stuart Trailer Camp. NOTiCE TO APPEAR 1o11n.; ::: w..n:; 1rtk,. I' ,U'U WI. D 5doo.ln; :_._....... U. Mnec.toee.NOTICE. till rli.|a>raiHi Florida> In Iatfcr <0
IIIIMIIIIIMIIIMMIinimillllinilllllllllllWANTED 1 I 0 n neon f hs of rlnetdu I. SLIt fl..i .

I II" .. bags. Surplus from diking May 2* tf 1 B'...N'E.\.. HcItosns MoCtiSIct; W.ml t'V .K Vhvlnla.. ISP, .. IllS 9 10;,011't: ... 1& 1& '1 'Ii t) T Olesoa5os.Iusd ._....__.........__.. .... I-EOAL! ADVERTISEMENT MARGAOE? 0.Sub

Priced reasonable Lath or !lee LEGAL ADVE>TatMENT Mar 4. II, se '7 lIlt
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IIIIIIIIIIIIRI IIlInll 1I111111111111111111111h YOG horrOr attflvd! to ._.. *a I. P.bn' OF INTENTION RECli'T
.Jim Diamond, Diamond. Ca'ij ---- -- h. If., or of 00.0. A. D moo !. Ihc ellr 110 of 0... Los II a.ntPIOg1OPRCu.l9. FlCTITIOUI TO viaTlE011
'. rage, I Hobe Sound phone 941. WANTED Cattle and hogs. LEGAL Of INTENTION TO KCCUTER Sill at Omnlalnt hId ht that aattalnraa. 1. 4l c'fI Hotl.. to bossO n.l.sslbus"SAME ::0 LEGAL
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May 21 tf State price Triangle 8. Ranch FICTITIOUS NAME aba 'liMtltulvd, l I. Ik* CheroOt Court of I.nt.: a I e. : :11 0 o" B..::7-: :: OOmnoo 0' flaoo It oc .tn'od. under 0ho ....."' .... .f, .'brIS
Ilk Jadlrlal hi .
Vanes Florida 'In and <
50051. LEGAL
.-- It Box 618 B Lake Worth hiaS.r \I- ...... ii V.B th.t Ok* infer for 'Martin Caitn' warrln, JONrlR; A. Iplaunan 11.5$ ::::::::::::: 1:11Aaa.dd : sIll" Luo. at ,.Ieri.., A-h at 'loll. iNTcNvoFICTITIOUI
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? .. .,.. .. 1.1. Irit1l lb. C..b. NOTICE
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PAINT fOH SALE Outside os-d coder I"RK I I U Plaintiff. and 1m JANKK MrCURUY PhI .1 1'.. C00 hl'uo0io.n4f,5 .Ita noon 0.
Ha. !\Ia yM 2i00.. Lseu .f ,.Ioft.. ..... of K4I : ISa'
1USK 0aIaP0paun4I IC 10 :
Itafraoaat' II = I0A
\ White and flat White, $1.91per will ...1.... otiS iOn Clorh of tOn OIF..I& la a Hit for .ar. alkarwl. Ik..%alto.atlon lik. Lot I RIO 4 .. ,..' I. ;;.... r..W pfohj' lob.0055.011.no.155.I..'.of.. I"J--r.': .;.. :; SSOI.. I. hanebl
gallon In -gallon lots. Colors WANTED Sewing machine C. uri In aol '..11.1. Caut. Pheld.' of .. d RIM of Comnlalnt will w* N''. .r Lo.. II A I. lois .o II R..d F0nn.nInt. --..... .'" IIW"RHOI'eI.01lno.. 010n. to-elI. ; =

and porch and deck enamels Write Box B06, Stuart May 20 anti_sold sooul... I'of". firStS's.....,. of .bli..tloa..... so.nttanlnUr'rcft el to 00501.TM mount.,'.Dally...d. by 110.rim.. ,ta .....,....:. (LOt at U tla 10 0th I .St '" .::::: ,\ ,' llh.bund WIt 10 WorSe'Cleat. ;;::::.; ?u Iei: 004 hurl.0000rp.. ....... 'lu.tnul.. IriU I.UN"IIK"N.nlC......... ....1_. .14 nobnha oilS 'ho CAtOai"CCn.ntIauodlonM0l1 J J"P.O
.ODUCTt 4'OMPAPdYnnd. tit ..., .... .Ia. .0
from $250 to $2.U gallon a> tOO 5.eoe.n.e 10 .hkoh Shin Notki.
per OInb .1 n
i llllllimiiimiHlllllllllllltillMlilllHMIIMALE ... clint 1.11, mg-no I. buI.ms, .. Ane.on Shall no .hll.h04 moo o onuS C.......... ml Addbabo. ,It' ,.. :. ''f"': r' ......., SntOls Cn.uin, Fle., thuS' the Isesiel bOa IdI'WA5MOMAT
Sound Limber Co. /:: btueoed. 101. 00OtOa.
Hobe .... I. .Id bmI.u.t'
01 gESlSd.V
HELP WANTEDIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll buioo u. pelo'fnos ha0o.uo foelsonoo.ono0.uwnnSn. leo
.7 Phone Mil Apr.U tII Ia ....... 0,01 Cosie. 010. .! .... lhnson WITNKSH .., bund and offWUf *MIal 12. ;.... (:Ito :...::; :, : I :-1.' ./ ; .. of Setisno Otsugo R.. ?."ueOnr. nsf "9ug L Turin' whtek .. will ouou

1..04 .is aId bnabs.an Ie lionel.. At..... Florida. SOlo OlIn <.Ur .t Mar. "ispaaa 13 .111541 ,. MJ\or "" ..1'linoa... .ig5.nutod.n' 'ba. Ihun. ... .. hustoe not pOu045nb nA-
l7o a hntoa tit Oicufl. .I.rda) oad lbat A. D HIS toio I IS 1-tb t h sold inodnn. ,. ,
FARM FOR SALE On llway WANTED Caretaker married inhO Q ilcannoy 85500, 0.010
I poussu .int.nu.hsd Isa (ItJI..." Cool: sell) flilasnIf 901 '. a *I
.1" at Gomel. $5 acres, :t houses, preferably no-children live In slo.bar.lsenoise: J. POMFROYClrrk 6.0. 7'lno Cusel Aa..od' Pub, Mu f PLOOtOcS S. 'l1I. a. slnnhO5u 0.5.15, I.Ro .
with HoURIS WB1hTO1fPub. .' "ieaso Court, Marlto.' C.onlr ron of 110 at Tnu.'n alA SO. II. 07, laOs, 0o00r1.lbwas .
condition for
I \ .In excellent cottage Man to tare ground )D5.kr
34 Cu, Pa
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packing house, wash thed, and do chores and wifi to do MARXHALI. P. WOOD' Ia sara co. .e 00 4. St. Patrkki birthplace baa I

'gsrags. F. F, "cia....,, lobe general housework Phone Fort WILLIAM A. COBB. \tai0RlkI. .. JAy'S been variously laid to be Scot- laId bnnInan geof
tennIs I'll pi.. 1...
Attormr far PtalntlfflPuknk 1" I.
Yellow! U the strongest color land DOROTHVAT
,* 1-1.. Phone' 1711 If Pierre 60S-J3. May ZO Ptuoona SC : BngUnd Wale and
una, Mar (. II, It. It (III. 1I..r Ia Italtor lun.s. 10E0L(
In point of *:luminosity. .... J'ranee, pub, Mar ti II II E I OIL


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Palm News from Carolina i and In visiting} at Mr and Mrs. ROM Thaxtonleft I i >>i 1 S iii
I City the home of Mrs. Doris Stossel.Mr. !. Saturday for VlydhrliL. tor i -
NOTICE! NOTICE! NOTICE! (OsnNeped! Prow Pegs Five) and Mrs. A. V. Wortham 'the summer They expect to return '
of Delray Bea&h slatted. ; relatives :Iii the taU KEITH
K. LANGBERGW farm 300-acr poultry and livestock here over the week end'' Mrs. Sabra Crow and Mrs. GEORGE :
M. Dear Andover. ,
Mary Brown of Miami,arrived 'They spent Saturday night at Mattie Watson left last week\ tor !P'i
May 10 and U vacationing at the the home of Mr. and Mri.E. M. Altoona FJa,, after a visit hereat I Im !
SPEAK OVER home' of Mrs Emma Petty and Hlgbee. On Saturday evening a the borne of Mr. and! lure L WILL.FIGHT I ,
Mri.Lana Jflelgle. family dinner was held on the, J. Murphy Mrs Watson uftr
RADI $ATION WSWNflUU Mr. and Mrs. Marylen ,Mead Higbee lawn. afew days there returne'JTanilIs (
Visited THE ES TAXI t
tn'Lake Worth Sunday Mr. and Mrs. E M. Hlgbee attended
QUde Station ,
at the borne of her uncle and the Rotary barbecue at now *lHing her slater, Mrs tk
P-lfcHMONDAY; aunt.Mr.and Mr*.Elvin Mills the Martin County Golf and Murphy, before returning to her V,
AT Ca5; MAY 24 A number of the Palm City\ Country Club May I if. home in Homestead.Pouted '; .... AM OPPOSED TO;A ENERAL SALES TAX "
Club women werg guests Monday ----- ----'-
In Behalf of the C didacx ofARVINH.ROWELL at a covered dish luncheon And Will Vote Age ret Any Such, Legislation'I I .
I at the home) of Mrs. C.a Verne .
Van Ness
I Mrs. Anna B. Day was! a !Sun-! For A Program of Jfrogres* and .Growth Go, to the... :' I
day visitor at the home of Mr.
[ : and Mrs. Oscar T, Johnson la' Y Polls Ntfet Tuesday and Elect '..::. '
Jensen Beach. At
the close of
the Stuart School they expect
to go to.long bland!. for, the t tII
Keith Your "
for Representative I summer Mrs. Edith Johnson of Stuart George Representative !
spent Sunday and Sunday
leank.l l Ads, old ty ,c. .I......Ioor.r at the home of her mother.night, Mrs. ToUlk.l Ad irtlMi\nt rile tn Br trtmi*.( say} k.h1) "

, ..f Emma Carrie Petty.Rowe recently... J returned. Ads, hid ear 1y M.d.+ nu Mortar Is M.,14, Cwstyl : P

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I;' i'1'\.' \ Sailfishers Regain Lead, Play in Clewiston Sunday p.

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FACE : ARMOR'S' BLOW, I I I I I came blast win in from 9 the- first behind 4, the extra Ramblers to defegtCidwiaton'e inningto Pennock's .389 I 6-Term Semi-Pro Football League Organize

, pennantmindedteam

CLID 1 I JN10THBEATSPOMPAN094 I 8 5 on the winner*' Leads Stuart The aovsttoiu

I\T'V. i field Sunday, Vero JOHNWICK IS NEW DODGERS BEAT placement and an Incillllt lee
I 18 MEET HERE RompsIn :
The decision tied Qewlaton Batting Mark PRESIDENT OF IRC grandstand seatingp
Ad 'I' I and Lake Worth for second place ''I each< team, a roof tor _

spsnPalm i with both a Earn off the Stuart Erwin F Johnwlck principalat BELLE GLADE stand and new protecta

} ,pace and both Hated to meet Sundays triumph In Pompano' TO MAP PLANS ; Field Day; Martin County High,, School, i new concessions toon,
t' the Sallflshers before the firs of the infleldi
WltbeI, 4\; 1: not only elevated the Stuart was elected president of the i edges 111II
/I \ Wrami Victim of 5-Run half end June 13. Clewiston I of the ttnct
radii :' I .. Blast Arnold Get will! come first when the Ball- Sallflsher back to the undisputed Stuart Is 4thVero Indian River Conference at the I The Stuart Dodgers celebrated i lines alaI1& bott
.; sibly;I.: I a. league lead but also servedto START IN FALLMenninger league last meeting of the yearIn CltyManareported 1.,
of renovation
: I 5th Win fishers Journey there next Sun Cocoa Friday morning, Titusvllle completion long-needed 1181.02 spai '
boost the team s batting and
;1 : : ? day for a 1 p}.m. meeting. Jess by the city on their Little Park as of May 7
'II) Arnold for Stuart and fielding marks: The 15-hlt offensive -, Beach School Principal Andrew W. SwaPPwas Dixie Park by walloping Belle i fund sag\
I.. 11 Ii I SOUTH FLORIDA COAST CLADEJ Bud that mark 10 High copped are available try\ /
1'', f ,, ., : .I-CACUS W L 1'... Gal I Vaughn for th. home club are! points to an improving J48 while Elected SecretaryTreatur eight out of 10 firsts and elected vice-president and Glade 11-6 at the park Sunday dugout and booth wujfc
r ITUA 1 the probable itartlng 'pitching' of r, $100 more points than the other lour Stuart Coach Joseph A McCoy afternoon It was the Dodgersetlt W.
of 42 out
, : : successfuLhandling
Ir.lne. .i I choices teams combined In romping away victory In nine Starts this
Entry Fee SetA was chosen secretary-treasurer
I' i A.hr Wor'h 11 617 I Ia5m5.5 I 44 field chance.lpped that .
After being nicked for elgh1 with top honors in the annual season,
.t..h mark to 843. a a point gain Loop members decided to Issue
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bpi A hits good for four runs Arnold! South Florida toot. Indian River Conference and I The MJunil All-Stars will bt
1 'j i te.t m; h SUNDAY'S.'.h RESULTS A "fir U I Iti settled down to blank Ppmpanowith played On the more strength than half of of having the .ball league composed semi-pro of six district; field day meet held this an invitation to St AnnsHigh I I Dod rs'ue"lI\ fur a game at I.-

3 I : !TlAKT *. Pmn,..n. t. II* m nit.1 1't five singles over the last six teams third baseman teams was. officially organized to year in Melbourne Monday afternoon School of West Palm Beach I the park at J:30 p.m. next Sunday

i if 1' \ i! t R.,: th l.tunJUNDAVS 1M N..u4 Ii frames of Sunday tilt while his Hank Pennock games holds the top spot start operation next fall at a to enter the conference \ Brljrifeni' ;
NEXT GAMES mates finally overcame Jake .Martin County High School -----
f I'I'I I'I'I I'I X71 i ,, west P.Ir I,M !Cl)':.<*rnlon.t.k. it .Pomiwu.CTUAKT I Wralns and drove him to CoverIn among the with individual a healthy batUnllaver.gea .389. ficlals meeting from of the managers six communities: and of. nine-man contingent in the ,'$0 yourS

I I II the 10th. Singles by Warren meet, with Its experience llml '
Wotk II Boulon Stxh."A is at Chlsholm Saturday night .
However. Harris Lowery, Jr. a
Shlpes and Ray HeUley followedby ed to only a few. scattered meet Take Home Box
I I close second and Warren ShlpesIs Although one or two additions a I DUPONDUCOEnc
I back.breaUnjr MIX-hit I a fielder choice Harris Low.. the third Sallflsher to bring may: be made to the loop the last year, was no match for the

10th Inning outburst t by the :, erys fly to center and Bob Wai- his mark above .'00. present six assured of competition powerful aggregations from Vero ,OF
Stuart Sailfishers coupled I ton's error at third enabled Stu- are Stuart .West Palm and Okeechobee I and finished
art to count twice and tin the The individual percentages: Lauderdale fourth in the five-team field KA4.r,
;Kvith) Lake Worth's GA.,. Beach, Fort Fort
seconds I game at 4-4 in the Sth Inning 111.. I is eKMdnd Pierce, Klsslmmee and 1 Vero Harris Wall! who high Jumped Home Candy
I straight jnant-killer act., After four scoreless Innings .. .., a All Beach. Okeechobee and Mel 6 ft. 8(4( In. for second place: 1 1n One C t'Mag'r
I boosted the Stuart diamond ,I Lowery sliced a double to left to to-:" ,," : m that event, was Stuart only
'' :: : r : bourne are possible additions Car and Skill Are Cxerfcjed In Making Our i T
Kgregation back into first i open the 10th. Short singles dyEd W. 5klp.s I r point-winner. The final standIngs .
.n. The meeting was devoted solely .
place in the South Florida I'| Howard and Paul Hardwic Odrrl.sNtt.: .: ..,:.:.:...: .. .1 :Ihe m! to organization and a schedule : Candies, We Use Only qkaiity ,)Ingredients.

Coast : :" : ,;:: :. .: : Vert Beach SStOkeechobee I
Glades League this .soN will be drawn at the next meet.
I loaded the bases and Bill Armor TRY A BOX AND BE CONVINCED
Amid .. .., .. r III 19 ,
;ftetk While Stuart ', .... Ing In Fort Fierce June S. It
atomp I' promptly made up for a muffed :::'-'k .:.:'.:" ';:':::. : :.474 was decided to dispense with Melbourne Iii' SANDWICHES COFFEE I COLD DRINKS ,

fd; ..-Pompano- -. -.. -with a'fi\e-run' fly the inning!before. with. a rIngS i.r.An.ld. .. "'7" '.::::.::' 1r :m league officers with one exception Stuart 3 .
I'I : O Y1pe' -...... 'iii In favor of a board of directors lag Gallle 1
!! .. .. .
n: r7 .. ... ....... 'T' .... composed of one person Stuarts entries'1 Included Vernon Sweet Shop LuncheonetteMRS.
0... . .. .0.' Flowers and Ted In
1 Bishop
Qumilw ., .w1J.h..a from each league member city 11
Voters of District 1 .. 1 :sae This board wW sit to settle any the 100, Jim Hutchlnson/ Alonso. FLORENCE /AYLOR. Mgr, Y'J
TEAM .. "i m disputes that may arise and ad' Smith, Herbert Fucker and Rudolph :

I vise on operation procedure. The Krueger as a half-mile relay Rains Building 303 E. Fourth St. Stuart, Fla.
(Jensen Beach, Rio, Sewall' Point and Stuart) TICKER officer exception is secretary team, Wall and J. B. Wood

INSTALLED AT BAR treasurer to which positionEd- ham In the shot, Krueger and ..,
win A Menninger Jr, co-treas Tucker in the 440, Paul Mlspel In -. 1' \

Two 4 by I ft scoreboards anda urer of the Stuart Vets was the 880 Wall and Woodham in
ELECT Western Union ticker to keep elected unanimously the discus, Flowers, Hutchinson ('
and Smith in the 220 Wall In ode
pace with the dally baseball attlvlty Other decisions reached by beauty fm
over the\ nation have been the group which was composed the high jump and Wall and wood, wAasd

"........w..., installed at the Horseshoe Bar of 13 out-of.towners and Ran. Bishop in the broad Jump. No of ITa1.soma 443.the.se.1
R TiltonCounty and the public is invited at any son R. TUton, John N, Mann entry was made In the mile relay tS-'JN.
ansom time to stop In and follow the and Menninger from Stuart Include .
I games of their favorite teams : Girls competition also was Iu
1. Each: team Will post a $100' held but with none entered from
1 1I 1J 1i Commission -, District 1 log double over the left fielders entry fee of which $90 will. be : Stuart IRC members Clewiston G toss.
1 head to score Lowery and How. put in a forfeiture fund and $10 Cocoa and TltusvUle failed to appear f tN / 1wwoa
ard with the winning runs Nick will be devoted to league ex 'the Stuart boys were accompanied -

A young, aggressive Mimes and Beatty nett' singled to center to penses. If a team should forfeit by Coach Joseph A. ,
man prop
score Hardwick and Armor and It must post another $90 before c-q Qt
arty owner with t\jt\ progress and development Helsley third single of the day playing. another, league game. McCoy.Water

of the district red county at heart.Your that eluded she centerflelder 2, All officials must be registered Safety Stuart H.Vdwat Ci

brought Jesse Arnold around'Tilth with the State High School DREW KINO lHHlliUPkM.

forced Athletic Association or some other ..,IM sw
he fifth tally after he had
Vote on May 2 $ Will Be Appreciated. recognized officials organization Class PlannedRed
1 Beatty at second. Montgomerycams
and they wlU be paid $10
; on et this point to walk each game, FIW%gl8pn|

r.U Fdlllcd" A4..rlU.MM> Horace Arnold and then retire 3. Squads will hot a be limited Cross-sponsored wate. r'

i I Lo..eryand. the side on .a pop In size but members. must reside safety classes will. be conducted Al 1
in the in which the
fly county 10 the- pool at the W. R. Leach RJgkd M,, r.W Iw kr 111..1. D5. Mt.N, Y M.rtl. CM.tr/
team to which they belong Is _
1 The box score: home 'on the Indian River 1n
STUAKTAH located Anyone playing with a Jensen Beach May Sl-Juna 4, 1 It
axCoAa college, school or professional
W S 1 I I S 1 was yesterday by
dklix* team it the time will not
IS- M,4.5.16-55. 1 r Harris Lowery. Jr. for the Stuart -
H. AnoU, | : : be eligible to play In this league, chapter T
a I C e eGBMpu8 and violation of this rule will ,
1i..nI. . I The classes will be conducted:
I/Ii i i result In $50 fine
SI .1 a Robert
"A by Zubrod special field i
Bruce Harry'sAFTER 'tAy.n.Idad= H rf. :..:, S I I I I S 1 S :I I representative of safety.services I
1 from the Southeastern area of' AT LOW PRICES
Ace In Atlanta. Persons interested -
THE\ MOVIES 1{ "Ia II II 1POMPANO" should sign up for the Tools
Paints KitJenwtn
$--a.lt.d 55 '!: Stk. classes at the Red Cross chapter I

For A Snack or A Pie* of Our Delicious Asa H 10 At' : hOUN!' or with Lower/ In the
Wtltmt if s e 1 SRIHmm Electrical Appliancft Electrical Contracting ar RepairFisKng
Homemade PieVr Cake Ik 111 1 Bldg
Qughterson .
5.4)N.) ...ef 5 1 I ;
R W.l.n Ik .! 1 askh.dNn !, COCOA and Marine Supplies
ALSO Will End Season Here With aUI'OAIii
: : : : ::1 I
Wml_ r I G...-"e IkU Al . .
Howard Johnsont Fam&ia Ice Mo.troi.nr .5.55 Vero Fort Pierce ,..ta 4" Ev&
Cream I III. a. ything in Hardware For
Huttknion IT 4 I I I I tUfjflen Games Next Week G., .. .
; 1 ef M I I 1 4 I 1 Ho.tk Ik .I I II I
t l .... .. 4 I I I 4UtTu" I .."'..' ...... ..:. . l, ISTOAVr4 HOME BUSINESS IN USTR1A1
I S I I S a I The afternoon-long Tains of ""11... U. 5 I I 5 1 ICWe ,or

DON'T FORCE! OUR '.! J! I .! Tuesday, and yesterday forced rtof.. :. '_".,: Iii: : : : IGrob r

44 u1a1.1. 4 postponement of the scheduled Ib 5 5 I 5 1 I
BUSINESS MENS LUljCHEON l 75c .-Kuc4.. fur'or Do.a. w.ltp4.ta ICS.nAnal lit ,.... baseball game between Martin '" -' .
\ Scar. .kyStwrt I.RI,5I, County and Vero Beach High BESS HARDWARE CO
.11 111 IN o.-.S AH axCO AI
Schools until next week Coach
P..5.n. 101 .
100 .0--4
H.d.kkI4" iI ;
i I I
ALSO Sum .....4 1 Im_* Wil"n. R..W.I.. Charle| Kindred announced last 5554 *h :: : I I I 4I I I5wty
I I. .. 1. C.-'', .... .._ 1 l' I 4J
:: :;.r.A"l.: :: ; night. When the game was
S5 o .d. Two kukil ., ..1 .
FULL COURSE DIMNERS 5 to 8 -Ann... Dw, Lowvrr. _lgcon.EamW moved from Tuesday to yester M ..'. ." :.1. I S S445..1.0 S// I "Where Fishing Begins"
et.-.515.A I FtMlp.fi L ._
I rtm
.. day without success,it was shifted l S 1 I 1 1
..... .
< b.-.s5wt II II 8ti U.kuM .
> amrs Ir
Sundays Jbonto 8 -H. .....\\4. H.l.l.r, a W."".. to May 28 here, :;:?::::-:'..' : : IIIMISsf I' i BOX N STUAhTV FLORIDA PHONE 8 ."
'' Sr..sa S/
and.n. Double ,1or-Hd.Io N BmttrI. As a result the Tigers were s..d.1 ,, : :. 5 e
t. Ho..r4 laeriol.-.I.$ Ar.ol.. ArmorSlntckfrnt d... .. .. I I I 4 4is
_kr J. ArinM II. kr Wra''.. left without a game this week. ..
I I. Vu k.ll_" J. ArwM.. 1, <*fMo They will. face Fort Pierce in a "T s tTTi
.. f .._.rr I. Hit kr |>H..._kr I. ...... b ...1....
I Ama t Huteklnfml( kr Wnlu 1 postponed game here next Wednesday r_ .tnl ..s ...d
I.j Low.rrl Hun. ..d klu off Wr.lm .at 1:30: p.m. and con. st..d 151 -
I CLOSED MONDAYS I I red II to I.I 'linlnfi See Monuk.lT" am. 5.10.1;; i.to;:., stS
elude their Vero
I Ie ..... season _. ....
11n.1. Bar K.rrd -.r I.e. ..
[.i 1'1 I' HUJtrtif>M.C..lii. "tcliJJ They have won 10 out of 18 brr.-al.i, II. Crr t. 5t.k. 4.0.kl.r .. KEll
:-I'r, Ue Im.--ANmq" Ind 5 joo,. starts '- 1 5. c.", -.It. a5nm I. M..r GEORGE ;
.. Sll The- broke G.rh. Ho...... 110....',10, .
II locals even in two S..ts IV.....'..... U.pl.m Asebr.515x .
Indian River Conference tourney CoI"" ...d In..... T..+1,5LO
games in Cocoa Thursday and
: "I d Friday nights j Clewiston. was
defeated for the'third time this Will..t

<: J J"I JI season 7.2 In the first round of .
1 I GE RGE KEITH the meet Thursday but errors ISCR
I; ;1 cost: the Tigers a 4-1 tilt\ with. B ,

1 Cocoa. in Fridays semi-finals. T ,

p Cocoa defeated TltusvUle in the
: : finals Saturday night STOH SEININGAND

i ,tlI.,,:: ILL INCREASE The box scorer

: \\1 STUART
n.td.kii ik ',4 I 1 i i i
1, Kr.lt., Ik ,4 I I I I Ih Tee s: BALI DOME 2 atweus
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C. .1 1'' 1 4I\ ep.
OLD ...,I, .. .-4 e 1 e .w.M M hest Ns y Mew
PENSIONS 110"'" .. 4 I I I 1 I lm 7. Mle 11.m'sdea.I., ASS A LAW
,. ,.
I S I I I \
ijf I j -'. .' T....' .tf .0 S I 1 1 I S III I I p. d.ws.' ief Is 1,

.g I FAVOR A $60 PER ONTH OLDS AGE BENEFIT ,.*.... rf -.1J::1l.) : '| le.Ids, f ts ALLOWING' ONLY' ;

.Ivl.Ivli 5. 5 1'cuwurON .) 0 nsS

i I Instead of the present WQ which is insufficient to ';eet'I., ABK i ro A S 4 ale eM.r '

AJ living expenses, They deserve an increase. 11.15.d 5.44ir.'r.lddx a .__D ,.....{ e o//I 1 1 } 1 S SGeldm GILL, J4ETS .IN THE .t\

R ... e 11 I I I
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4 3 e. TwM4ir Ik .:4 I I II : 4i 21N4a.e. '

J by i For A Program of Pr feress and Growth, Go to the 0.:: r: .',. .,4 4 4. e e I i e I I i/ i I {4Cotfcora INSID WATERS.Go' ,t

5..r. .e .5,5 y I I 1.5. N .ds5 M j
Polls Next : "-If. .1 1 t 555
Tuesday and Elect
5 Seel. 11.y wll.g isiab

,, Ye ".1.,., II 7'7'. i77PU.rt 1.171155.1 '
.. '" :IM 114 .-T t.'the Polls and :
CUwliU _. Next
Ml Ml I--I Tuesday
George Keith Your Representatives IlI.e a... k I.. M 5))pnl..ta-Lwit; ; : HlMr I. Tw. .Snttk WM 1 05 New. 'JIAV ,{

1 -HiiMr, Oeda.s k. M B.ikkfix .
-.Me., H.,4 a.rltl .- i Elect Him
t. DfMkli flmt Hvmni w r Representative. J
MWY, Un kuH.: =
s 5 Start 14'
I CI.wt.tfMl _!._SlnMktwt ,-Ie N.w. 4,
( ) Ad wu '
I r W Fw By FrtaU. W Burn K.HkV 5, 111- .110- oil 0m I Political

Sl4.:..=.yruf:;. 41IMaa.05" ?II. i Adv, Paid fop by Friends 01 George K.ith. A

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School Survival
Bob, Fulford, veteran Stuart,' Gainesville, May 30 More I j I I I I I'I'
charter guide, and Meal Bishop, IA t dl 'tN than 3,000 rural boys and girls iL-z11 j
president Of the Ballnsh Club: k y Rates Suffer will attend Florida s 4-H club 'I' '. I ,
iklmmed fo Fort Myeri across camps during the) summer. at I I)0\ ,
U8 jnllei cj waterway In (ft\ cording to R. W. Blacklock, club S. So.a ProrldM : I
Drop'By :L : spic Ktpfc
hour running time May H In a Alarming I' agent Extension with the Service State ,Agricultural -- non and twt.IV I I
foods for
new Chris-Craft
speedboat being
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delivered by Fulford, nnli through' 1 I I
JANE lADS out thf t r Hr,
conveniences of bus transporta- :
I Ham-ockl;;; were discovered In Washington {(At) -The nation tion" \ Pay*for itself tiORGE I ,
prual Adr r.++ Iqa America by Columbus. The should take notice of the! Increasingly NEA"' 'along with other educators ** rpr
M.C r, a fi'd" C.u I American Indian called them alarming see In the proposed Federalaid 1
"hamaej"CLINTONE proportionof to education legislation "an BARTLETT[ BROS. 1P
-------- 1h( 7 youngsters dropping out of effective positive step" la keepIng sir CEOLA ATE ?HONE M* :fI'!< II,
.r 7 school annually without! completing young people In school I .
I a high school education, When more communities eau '" tl'i
I WAX warns the National Education have the facilities, the personnel
I Association, and the program that ,are es-
SprayVI Into All Cracks and 'CrevicesOf Only 453 pupils out ot every sentlal for a good school, more Porter
It's : I, aoo are Irt school when the and more of the \boy and girls
Your Car 'final year of high schorl preached will see the value of that program 1
)TO SWAYStuart NEA states in a survey and will remain in school Pain &
YOlIII CAR 0; PLEXCO WHILE IN MOTION 'just ,completed The survey Is to complete it." Body Shop : ,
THa MQDU METHOD OF LUaalcATlopTw 'bused on "school survival rates"
Am....4t. .. mmd n. N.. M....... for the nation computed by the (OvX- A & P 2nd Floor) '
U' 8 Offices of Education' over
Service Station 'a number of yean This means. I CIY.44Rs..N SPECIADZING IN UPHOLSTERING
that over the nation each year ae ri..a PbnF. tNraEDEai Auto Pkmtmg d Metal Work

W. 6. "$''N. Ms.' I GULP paoDUCre. PlaiIN.. 1000000 to 1,250,000 chllUKtt PORTER. Custom-madl Slip Covers a. Sport Tops "
I drop out. They are quitting from"disinterest r
discouragement or
-- for other reasons .
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Ro4rn*. 'If secondary education con ; : ; f :
LIST your ., Apartments and Rental stllutes an essential minimum of

Homes with usj training, which Jiould; be the .! f

LJ ;, of common this democracy heritage' all says citizens NEA I GEORGE KEITH/ ILL. WORK i, ', : : '
,MI, : ."the nation can Ill afford the, .
:, Farmer Robert Barber\ ponderS the problem of red prodigious waste of human,resources o
BUYING % Cow from the roof of a barn at( hit f farm In Fairbury, Neb. Barber, was represented by the numbers -I To Have the Cm Companies i > '
rK01V':FULFORD'j unloading; a truck load of cattle when this "Bossy" with acrobatic who," leave school prematurely I ;
\Vri\ notion jumped from the truck bOO to the'low.hanging eavci of the j !
321 No barn and scrambled to the roof top Finally Barber and his hrlpern During the decade preceding j
War II the survival rate I !
jot her Into a hone harness and lowered her to the ground. FarmerBurbcri Into the final year of high school ;J A .1
alert wile tan Into the house when the cow mounted the increased
steadily With the I II
roof, got her camera and made the picture coming of World War II, how OILS! ;y'
I.- ever, this trend was halted and; I I ILL URGE EXPLORATION! I: ; f
Hurricane Protection then reversed,the survey reveals.I I : :
)Jalousies ( Rain and Clare NEWS OF COUNTY ACTIVITIES NEA says no single cause Is 1 Thousands of acres of Ma tin County lands have been ,
J- I responsible I and points out "that ;
Metal Awning II ControlBeauty The County Agent's ColumnBy many are forced by straitened: leas(d by the major oil eo: zanies with the underlying I !

;,..Slam Shutters Privacy I financial families to circumstances go to work, In Others their'I I pro be of exploration -%ut 'no well drill has ever : 1 "r,

,'YeDUlatioft L. M. Jo"naOft' I lack the sympathetic Interest I gone Town below the surfa of Martin County to find II

and encouragement at home. A out wBpther there is oil her Those who have "
C:, f Howey of Palm City, one' orange to complete his plantIngs few withdraw for health reasons 1 given ', .
FLDSHUTTER I of our many mall farmers settling Oo out to see Howe/s farm I :' | the leaves are entitled to kno and I will use my ef- '

In Martin County because and If you( have Naval orange The authors of one recent I forts toXrge at least one of t major oil companies to It
of school withdrawals
of the "high quality of the people -j trees take him a small piece Of study were .
\ led to the following conclusions: i drill at t tt well in Martin Co ty. It has been definite-. .
ODUCTS CO In Martlri County and productivity bud wood. You will And him a
sox me ITUART PLORIDA' PHONE H' : : of' the soil," has a I very gracious and enthusiastichost. Perhaps the fact the that best children explanation whoa i iol I' ly proven at the Sunniland Field in the lower Everglades -, I '

fruits unique and and vegetables wide variety growing on of I re past the upper age limit of i! that there is oil in Sou Florida. Let's have the i I
the compulsory attendance law
his place Just west of the Palm i Average meat animal prices, are not In school Is simply that proof, onje way or the other, ere r, r r'I
City bridge, On a recent visit received by farmers during April
they do not like school The reasons I J'I'
FOR' YOUR to Howey place the County 1 were record for the month but behind this attitude' aremany For A of Progress and Growth Go the I
Agent found four varieties, of i still below the record for January chief: of which are a dull Program to l
trees In various stagesfrom .
apple Market ort
la r CONVENIENCE ( blooms to apples the size however, because receipts of work were stoppages and uninteresting through offering failure discouragement Polls Next Tuesday:: and Elect I t
of golf balls, three varieties ofhealthy In meat packing industries r
I ,
and Indifferent teaching Inadequate
and EFFICIENT poor
growing peach trees. Prices are likely to remain buildings and equip fYour ; I
three varieties lc: grape vines, near April levels for a few I ment, lack of Interesting extra- George Keith Representative
SERVICE two of them several large months) since meat production currlcular/Bctlvltles and the intro -
buncbes of well-formed grapes,' will go seasonally, small
an apricot tree, a California date --+ + IP III!< Adwrtw., P.le I. Er .4'.t' C..a. E.aar _
'2 Locations/ palm., several varieties of )citrus According to Information' received : County ranchers. accompanied to''. '
and flowerstoo the ,county agent on-a ; ;
trees, and vegetables
Bankers J'
from the American

numerous to mention Association Florida .farmlands trip to Ona to visit the Range __. ____ __ > ; ,iJ i
Howey originally I came Irom'lWloolpec. have Incerawd 80 per cent Cattle Experiment Station'and ,J
Phone 327 hone 9154 Canada and after from Match 1939 to March 1848. discuss with Dr: John Kirk the
i trying two or three other localities This association advises farmers growing, of clover-carpet grass
(Bus Station) I (Pure Oil Station) In Florida selected Palm to use caution In assuming heavy combination pastures Dr Kirk
City as the place he would like indebtedness for machinery and gave some very. practical! Information
live. He says he had all It farmers which can be used to /
to equipment encourages ;
IDEAL TAXI SERVICE I varieties of citrus represented on to pay existing debts out of, advantage by farmers interested SAME
-his-- place except the Naval present high income, and to use In planting Improved pastur. HI QUALITY ,111/
surplus cash In purchasing U 8.1 The personnel at the experiment
Treasury bonds.Vegetable station devoted the greater part
of the day to discussing pasture ,
I' Improvement with the visitors .
farmers have had
ATER Ideal weather for planting crot- and gave acre costs and returns
alarta. and scsbanla as summer figures on various Improved pasture : I ,
and combination, FOR Y UR NICKEL
cover crops Both (If these are ..grasses ..
legume crops, and those who are :
Har Red CorrosiveExpert participating in the soil conservation -
program are entitled to
a small payment for seedling In j { .
Fo Advice Consult these legumes As an experi- ..j: tl' I
ment the county agent, advises STUART 'I I
planting one or two acres of I-
D. F. KEITH dairy Indigo, another new legume SINCE ;II r ,
crop, which may have a '
place in our farming program 1912 I"
'is a soil builder ,I

Ranchers planning to fertll- I .. j :
A lae Improved pastures should do t1 ,
we .
530 SOUTH, 4th !T. PHONE 884 or 532-W so at their earliest convenience -L\\ :
Two hundred or 300 Ibs, of complete Specialize! ,
fertilizer applied now to ; "
I: each acre of Improved pasture, inRentals I I \ 'I".
and the rains which are due In / ," j
TRY us June will produce green tender / '''', ,j :
grass worth ,several! times the
WE MAY HAVE WHAT YOU NEED amount of money spent for fertilizer information I


I Phone I Hog cholera season Is.on us 7 Write or See ewe l'I
Contact your county agent If JOHN TAYLOR d ',
3551 you\ are interested In having
your hogs' vaccinated against Osoeoi [ BIdg Phone 1HJ
I I this dreaded disease A small STUART ;
amount of prevention now may M M..en County CfcimhtrABSTRACT t '
X, raiNT's, I save several hundred dollars .I C.+..me
HARDwARBI later' in the summer

D0068 I
I With the arrival of mosquitoes -
rrdaTLR In, the spring of( tha year
( comes the Ant signs of sleeping I 1'1
F NR1 0 sickness In'horses. Immunization' -
6IDB4O to this disease can be had INSURANCE CO., Inc. ,
by vaccinating horses before the 'INJ'f
disease\ appears. A few cents Invested -
now may save the lives 10 Vtcflrr Arcade
Hobe Sound Lumber, ,&, Supply Co., Inc. of horses later, In the summer I

last Tuesday a croup of Mar- S '


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Yes '-: A the finest cf buy including / :
we .Have them 1 i.. >d they are yery money ,
Nylons, and, Plastic, They'll make your par Jook,like- new Priced right \\oo.; TI [(WHY COOT)'

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I i : I," mite tuart tre\u\ LONG STYLES. \' ARE BACK IN LOUISIANA LETTERS HorticulturallyVABApmC 'Speaki"I

...".. aO-=-OCll C:=::=OI I ee =oetooaot= ,.OClO
published every Thursday at j o
I Stuart, Martin County, Florida Editor Stuart Newt: AIKtAYERSVITH ROBBER FUSTIC
y .s, by Stuart Dally News; Inc, a I read with Men your comment By Wm. R. Crow .
TAGS Florida on the need fat bemlies m
I Entered! corporation.u second-class mall Stuart. That need certainly a real the lower limbs of some trees and plants occasionally lit 1 .?It
: I end. one. ground Und l' appropriate soil and moisture conditions
CUD matter at the pmt office at T pressii g many crI""
ATV Stuart Florida, under the Acts And a to not only the' tourists limbs will itrlktU root and start new plant, especially when, the j.
\ ,qf! March *, 1879 who would UM them. Consider the( have been scarified. ,
A 4' A FREE PRES ought! of ,for local "fr-rti"- whose
1 r j r SERVlCETh S Many generations ago the Chinese decided to utilize
3 YEARS this
; ? OF '
span i, t N6FIS ,,u Patrn I and Strait Btllr Ne.l ni Aare' ..v ; Belting a haircut She and the! kid. ability by taking the moist toil upi|to the limbi, scarify*
4 a d Hi* at.wl Tim j **. ea flni :.wif die hardly lit In the the bark from a small lection of tine 1 !JI.tthe point when)
Withtfacllli can
A FREE PEOPLE; w euaul.d' l In II'' A.rll IK', blLrejrtt
', uu'. in4 < het.
e l x ra 1 to then o ..ul d>l.4. w the barber\ ad.
albly '' .Xrk... C. Mil' TkC'.rt U, Ir N.w, could perhaps I W! Into probably was just below! a node .
) Ie fnusdrd1.t..M t. I ltl. IU .M. last
,.. I Hru. .. .... rfiorf. that Is, after all man around the
: l'1 t. : war fnrewelr:; IoW. The l oil was doubtless wrapped cut nd tinlin
ruva. llr..r.pr. retreat of real masculinity (rxorptperhaps paw.
--.-- .- a TurkMi-! lh) since by using! leaves and straw, To keep" eke soil wet over |sir 1. I fen d t

women are everywhere else, fnclud!. from three to ten weeks required"; Mil* WuU to develop to t lap

Inc ban, these dayi- of ape'( to three or more Inches \was doubtless'then, u now, tin

MEMBER ({J) 19.48HUWIW So there ttamlt the "namfnru- problem, M
: Nye ling a
moat seen -Ji
:11 you In the modern method when t1 -young coots begin tq W Arm
3 : : fff t e r baby buggy tired and from Irving! to.down keep! the' wrapping of moss or.dirt, the limb Js eut off rot.bad d< the q.
another sitting ;
I t while the few root' kept In a moist and reasonably dark atimwnl lor pcrhup he'
f A. MKNNlNrf* .. .. .... P.hu.h..1 nn benches are taken up by a few eli. or throe weeks! then gr..duallyexpu. will stand ed triefull to more' light so Out I nhi t
HINKST r LYONS few weeks the young tree sunlight '
.... and
{i { bDWIM; A. MENNINGKR. III .... '&t.-'ado.: arty men who argue the politic That process, variously knowrt as. Olin* air layering, p
I r .' \ W11LIAM N. MmniCLLJ .1.4..1.. II....., I II Inspect! the legs of pining gals layering (India) and marcottage lea long been used by
I "tin V. MKNNINORKHS. : B........ 111...... lint are too old to do much about One of the OUIW.'ly1toI
awl opera In plant progagation most serious
A.TM"N. ___ ........, lotJteril !: ither( t
) to this method has been the necessity/ frequent ,
t f Yon bet we nerd' more "benches( watering tr ken 4layered ,
I \ ; SUDSCRIPTION RATES aI limb alivfe' until suitable new roots could be
i, Mr 11.111 0... 5.w et.// r.. rwr.- .... .._.. moo And" you might even prt use, Oftwo the drvclcirxd.' .
1:t'l ..... ..... '. While the above process wal one prevailing f ful' mans) n>
Ad..N.I.f' in shady places.
q Iw.N o. .pellnelnn" Tar ...._... ;;.sne tM wet the of rubber plastics. 'the )
to Meet .pr oANetlon.wM iewliw."ne Sincerely, tunes, ( introduction\ having pmpwi|"" of U
!J \fy 1'100 MwLW' inn 1. .erl..Leb. ., ..... of
.etlW' to tae u.r due .tloa .11 MRS W L, MEIU\DER Ing water, but permitting the passage respiratory gut offend,
'l; r, 1 \ Palm City. opportunity" jo( develop a new method of wrapping the Invert tb,
NATIONAL DITORIAL. I a PS-t don't begrudge the elderly they would produce rew'nsts brfon the water within the byte' it
hi. InAO <.: SSOCIATION' genU (bless their grey hairs) fine become luuutod. or sour This mean that a limb of n (ocher, hikin

'\\1\ ,. benches-I Just want one, too T and many other. varieties of plant life can be girdled 01 reedits.
'i I MEMBER OF TilE ASSOCIATED TRESS W.L.M. circled; with sphagnum moss, soil or other rooting material' in the wi
'; Tk A....l.tr4 ..... b AitllM. .. .. .II of the rubber
j MltMlnlr" tk Mt fo rmuMlnlln of II. then wrapped I id a sheet plastic, tW src
I / ; LwI l l w.. Mlnled to 'k.. ...i.....kl. .. ..11. .. .11 I AP *m t,._.kMI ,., way p ph
1 Editor Stuart Nrwal' ferably with rubber .bands. and then.forgotten until ate-<|uui> mer abe

,\, DAN'S THE MAN OURS .JJ?.yy I read your articto; I In the! taper observed! through the pLutic, when the, 'branch }is out iron the i III

,I IqN .r r about the! tourists wanting lx- .
The New hopes that Martin County will take advantage s I am not a tourist any mure plaid 1 ,

of the opportunity! next Tuesday to go to'the polls I will say that we would all uppieciute My first expemnenU with the plastic wrapping \0',1'l' nth eb"(

and !give Dan McCurty a rousing majority In the Cover ( tame benches.I known at pliofilm but it failed by disintegration "tale., tIM Kelt
IIfr' race. I came from a very) small townIn roots could be formed 1 then mod vHafllra which is. he IIOI! pU
Dan Ohio, but, we did have a town with the same pfopeiha. as the pliofilm, let: holding th 1IIurt k
has run a clean campaign He ill a clean-cut d tY ,,, jwrk It was very small but In permitting! the passage of !air, Pliofilm, or the other light p/.lic MIM
young man with a fine legislative and military record. He eluded a band shelter a publictoilet I found to be suitable- fur plant that slay be niikl.lv "<,M nidihilimui
ii our neighbor He may well be South }' 'first Governor and plenty of benches. liliaceous' wlikh reqair Only twenty duvs

,\ ,' but, leaving sectionalism aMde, his personal attri- Smart has a public toilet un the E"l'er/IIK'II18[ / have l been made with whit, black o( *I'"' ind s4

4 il I, :' butesi his honesty and stamina, fit him for the Oovernor's &D News and Comment CT. g/, south edge/ of town a band six.!I B colored. pluttKf and experience. ,)' prove one or' mon .'' lime. tttt

,", chair. way out on East 4th Street I bitter materiel for wrapping the layers than that I used in I mint ol Ik

l '.r 'There is no ballyhoo about Turn He Is making no In'flarnmatory I COL. JOHN Q. MacDONALD of Stuart I into the hand of that worthy who, by now, at Why the'three not make a park suggetfexl out, of(any? 1947 production,'which, was the Hear vitufilm, gauge iVI p'r.-y
1 placet and Rubber *
you U' by the Goodyear Tire Company !'
accu'"ations. dropped around to the house; Saturday afternoon was completely bewildered at not being
\ He is makfng no wild promises. with II,ive.everything close to the shopping ; I IIa". also used expenmciitally' a product of the. ) Ctwdrirh (G).,
'fi i t Judging by what bave of him and a yellowed newspaper clip. able to get rid of the keys. center. If ant have .
we seen heard him say ping* from the Boston Post of 24 ..go.I I ea. we puny Called! vinyl film, which appears to be similar! to the Canty.,
'j egg r him.will be a steady hand at the wheel of State and we can "Today," he said, 'the British are years:leaving; THEN GENERAL SHEA demanded them anything eke\, let us at least have product and lilY experience with it in a small Way, has shown It ask
the benches
Icok to him for a progressive administration of which Jerusalem. I think the newspaper mightbe back with appropriate ceremony, and as a suitable wrapping medium ,
Florida will btl proud. Interested in thin account of the surrender they came into his hands again be made Most of ui have dura) a lot "I i To more dearly( illustrate the method. I present phot igrjpla thwiiig
t'( to Allenby related Vivian his standing %ml .lrar.hanltlnll!) now in detail the serious stages of the proms, using tie ythrr( *yreijulres
I .j As for all other State candidates and the local candidates us by Major a well-chosen address expressed would, 1 kit while
in the fun-off. The News Gilbert a British officer, In his book 'The sonorous thanks to the mayor and assured we bkejo waiting more time fur routing than molt plants, as the IlIbj prt
took (
stand at I'll"
: an impartial sit '
sonv-one to
t Romance of the Last Crusade'." hIm of the pleasure of His Majesty or just ret The Lycbee"" layers,wrapper with t the plastic, do not net M nunftas
r the beginning of the campaign and vie are holding to it < the King and the whole British} EmpireRETlRNINti MRS. D. II. WEYIZ. 'wlwa'no coverliig .lit used, doubtk due to till! slower PAA..,.4

,V through. the second primary., WE SCANNED the clipping, Major Cil- e. f I Palm City breathing, but the great saving of labor and trouble of witcrlng' tatd

i'h : Let each man have his say and judge him by his iert'i 'battalion was part of Allenby'sarmy TO camp, most probablywith Editor Stuart Newt: mire. than compensates' for the delay.

f ffp;+;: Ilualifications.( Most Importantly, as an American go to which was marching on Jerusalem. visions of the medals that would be Last spring when. 1 was in StiwrtI tte observed that or. a Ire day the layers" that( were wpwdl
"j( the polls: and l vote next Tuesday Don't wait for somebody The were encamped several miles from, hung on him for the exploit he decided to I read In the Miami .Herald where theists became'quite hut to the touch of the land We npinrd sal *
t ijA 4 to come and get you. Men have fought and died that you the city preparing for the attack on convey the great news to Genera Allenby the government was to dig this stage and the Irfws.seemed quite warm II,n,'e>" we cuM
;* might have the right to cast a ballot. There are countries Turkish forces which they assumed were He wrote out this laconic message "Have more canals to Control going,the wale charge"" nn kiss. directly! to (this cause We layered some *ixxlilla| (Ink
;;/f, a today where men are still fighting and will still fight- prt. .pared for stout resistance the honor to report that Jerusalem ha fallen of the Lake. Why not dig one in Xfiy' and took them off in mid-October with good neon' So to h
I! (for Ir. for what is your heritage. In some of those countries men t ," then ''awaited developments They canal and turn the Kissimmec I months the moss had not become sufficiently over lie iteO to prod

and women would walk 50 miles just Co have the chance J MAJOR GILBERT wanted seme fresh eggs. came quickly. River Ito the Cull of Mexico,, dam good footing. *..
+; which comes to us naturally. I J Private Murch, the battalion cook had the see the river and m some t to This year wernsed dried sphagnum most from the north bisw

.r:::== Jle ....", .. ......"________,,....... I I!idea_ that.there might,be some. at a neighboring HOT OVER rilE military .telegraph, the control the water put of ,the river gates of fresh moss and did not find Jt u satisfactory U till! local basil, **
village ana set out alone ana un following message specs to General :anea; C. II DOENCES There! wens a number of,adverse factors whkh affected the kIng :-
WITH THE OTHER EDITORS) armed in search of the hen fruit He "The Commander.in-Chief !'
ran wjll personally New Bremen! Ohio! / this year, so it is difficult to precisely appraise the dvaalJfin'!"
Into a delegation on the highway,.the lead accept Ititt'.surrender Jeruiutlern ., M
CIIOt:: = lOclococ: : ::: .=:: oooc:20CO ,I For Instanat,, the lint M of vitafllm. was 'k JSt t w rmuit
tr of which was the mayor of Jerusalem, on Dec 11. Make all arangementa. This HOW DID HE delayed fur thirty days the start of the layering i
/ MCCARTY: FOR GOVERNOR who aid : "We want to surrender the city" was a crusher _
The farmer We Re nut not
and handed Private Murch aeFROKEN. was trying unsuccessfully to start liyermg' lychees' ,toon after April .
(Titu.iviile Star Advocate) I dr. keys. to get two mules Into a. certain than May 1st to be certain that the roots are well formed befor MhiirrWaiie
The people of Florida, after carefully studying the HEARTED General Shea and section! of his field when the seaaoo. J
\l' qualifications| and capabilities of nine men who sought the TilE COOK returned to camp and hand tic aides set out again with the keys. This parson came by.rUll'Ie.just Colored. girls were taught to do the work of cutting the bark.. m
; Democratic nomination for Governor selected two as leading ed the keys to to Major Gilbert, who reopfrtd time they had to' gO'elear to the gate of the man I want to wrapping the luyers At first we tied the prow, on with nosed srkt.

candidates and gave each an overwhelming lead over The; ; Brigadier General Watson Jerusalem. They dared not enter fearing see," exclaimed the farmer, "I want Later we developed tin method shown by the plwlngruph.! !: us"S! *
I ( gadier with to
an to orders The called
the remainder of the field. Fuller! Warren of Jacksonville eye history, disobey mayor was to know how Noah ever got! these string but lying the wraps only 'oo the outside of ,the pUtte toil, <
perceived at the
once enormity of the outside he fainted when he
fend Dan McCarty of Fort Pierce both estimable men, biunder of and nearly saw things into the Ark? Successful rubl>er' bands Instead' of string The plastic wrapping it ''taste! prOIJI
surrendering the sacred city the hoodooed keys again But despite Ma .
\ e/ each possessing many fine qualities that fit them for lead Farming thalHIO.r old
to a mere cook, came tearing over to the wild protests he was forced to take them wrapping .
irship, are now campaigning for final nomination just two camp, seized the keys, and set out bark -- Another Item ,that has apparently affected the use! at ,plait' i *.
i i weeks hence. The total vote may be somewhat less than to catch the delegation. J He handed posthaste all. NO' WASTED WORDS' peeking. of holes, by birds In our operation olllDmew''litre near |5.-
May 4th vote was, however it is predicted that it will be 'I am a'woman of" few Words," layers I that
the keys back to the befuddled Mayor ON DEC. 11 General AllenbY' enteredthe of all kiixls, I am quite! certain we did not have more
; greater than any second primary vote in the state's history. of Jerusalem, threw out his chest and in Jeffa Gate in the proud array of a saki the haughty" mistress to theview dozen ot such occurrences. Perhaps, there are 10. many 'forth' |"
{,II This newspaper offered no recommendations before maid !f'1 beckon with mv berries for C :
a choice oration speaking for the British While movie on the'place thai the birds do not have to wnl'W!
conqueror cameras ground hereel
i the first primary, but it now recommends Dan linger( I mean 'come', *
government and its allies-accepted-the preserving for posterity this solemn We had {two hurricanes In one week before all the yen. /
"I of
n the nomination am a woman few words
surrender and tire that to be cut off The shaking In the wind did not help them
keys went with itMEANWHILE scene he pressed the keys Into Allenoy's >j
As between the two choice too replied the maid. "If I Ilhake
men, McCarty is our on tbe .e hand The labor trouble and the hurricane.damage would hove *f*
I basis of his with the fervent prayer that he head I I aint cbmln'The ,
his ,
past expedience, training, his mean -
proven ability MAJOR-GENERAL! SHFA; : had gotten rid of them at last. ray Safer to layers wrapped in the old style for we used to W the ml asaurely
to think
straight and to exercise sound judgment. It is not the division commander wind e.e Way. and then of the for .* '
got of the put on a wrap tar paper open at top I
,, (because arty We he is believe an East that Coast in the candidate choice that of Governor we select .Me. episode and fame tearing over. He grabbedthe AND AH,, OVER the world the ofifclal The highest knowledge;; can be ing and with Small hole.in the bottom !for drainage
4 should sectionalism keys from the crestfallen General Watson news'reels showed Allenby in the glorious nothing more.' than the shortest The sire of the' plastic W1'apperBed on the smaller branches A
t' McCarty the not inter into the consideration Dan and he and his aides started tearing up role of Big Shot for one of the historically and clearest road to truth all the! about II k 11 Inches or 111 square Inches .per wrap.- Ai'the Ire I

whom typifies younger generation' of office holders the road after the party from Jerusalem spectacular momenta of history. Brat Pri- rest fa pretension; / nut'performance plastic cost 1.58 per pound I In lets than 100 II*.)kits and as each peal,.
we must lean heavily in the ahead He
d upon years It was a stern chase, but General Shea full from produced about around two <.<.*.
4 \ has his his vate Murch who was the real hero, win which we can ,learn eighty wraps the cost per wraps was
; many proven way We ability believe, he rourage can safely and be his entrusted integrity with In of the historic Importance of the occasion, nowhere to- be wen In fact not even nothing, but that It ft the' enter- each. If purchased In larger quantities,the cost H reduced' Tlw. lif(*,'

j it: tilt duties and weighty responsibilities of Governor came pelting/ up, produced the keys and ,Major Gilbert remembers the cook'i first I II nal sign of an Internal deficiency. pUtlcS see cousidetably cheaper .J
asked for the mayor. He pressed them I name. --Walter Green I have used commercially the method described'and have .pr .

: ft* a patent I am using It OB Items oilier,than lycliers.awlij
I f'f'I t I r ;' ;I .,'I;.I1lif 1' (Tampa Tribune: ) j .Russell' Kay Flays Strike 'Groups, I I appears to be a successful' t method orr any plants that t can be air.uy"*j

: I They know, furthermore that Dan McCarty would It la a pitiful state of affairs whento nation the size of which would raise it, retroactive to 1947, ,to aq average of A WORTHY ADDITIONLast f
1)I) I )!, I/' the last man in the state to bow to the dictation of any ours can: be throwQ into art ecoAomle backlash that threat- from .$4,740 to $6,785.: ..
I pt. : I machine to make a deal with any ulterior Interests, to ins Its very life because of the bull-headednesa and arrogance Sunday afternoon the cornerstone wad laidfdStuart'a < .
f i rrntitute public office to/ private gain That is assured of a few selfish leaders, who are concerned with Would you who read this column refus to accept such new Presbyterian church '
I }, 'f\\ h} hlr record, public And private. Not in all the first pri- nothing but their own interests and,to accomplish their a salary and be willing to walk off the job, tying up your Any new church for any mod U I a worthy additisrb "
< murv campaign did I candidate or spokesman for a can- ends will bring hardship inconvenience and suffering to country at this critical time demanding still more pay? 6ur community whether it be Catholic Cnru*11;
I I I 4'ulate attempt to put the finger of accusation or suspicion .190,000,000$ fellow citizens. Are you making from $4 740 to $6,7851 year on your Job? Science, Baptist Episcopalian( Holy Roller ,or what-hi*,

.' i''en any act of Dan McCarty. In attempting to apply Since we have gotten ourselves into thin mesa through' It is high time Congress took aetlon to break tip once you. Each in his own way is trying to bring men to Co-1
I ., that finger, indirectly and evasively, the nan is run yean of new-deal: coddling of labor and our political readers and for all these monopolist groups that hate it within and there never was; a time when they were needed melt'
1 m* against\ Dan but who would have the people have seen fit to consider: votes above the'public welfare their power to wreck the nation. If, every few'.months, The News \Understands that the Presbyterian all:
hI hive taut) he i 1M running against the state administration it may.be a good thing to have this strike and my the people of this country must craw! on their bellies and short ef cash. They have taken the bull by the horns ijj

I 1"\I.i'" \ Warren, is doing himself no good( bringing himself personal wish is to see !Jt go into effect and remain in effect > grovel at the feet of this or that labor overlord in order are going ahead anyhow. U you have a loose buck ,
10. crtc'uati i !.' support He i is stultifying himself and confusing for a long enough time for the people of this country to maintain a normal existence then we might u well i around with which you want to help this spiritual cai at"!
his frlpndji by his deceptive end illogical method of I to realize What the abuse of power can really mean when turn the country over to Joe Stalin or give it back to the materially you tU't 1'0 wrong' It you send it to Dr. CCarriel *,

I ''I ra:"'ratf". nO ,.Is repelling from his standard thousands ; a government is so spineless as to permit any group,tP Indians the J Presbyterian dominie. J
I '.t of intelligent'' voters for the eliminated candidates upon reach such strength that the word. of three of four men Word has just come over the radio that President Tru- And we *therhsectarn when the Eplwopsliaw. IJII'

: whorrrtie must rely, for a second primary victory. The Me can jeopardize the welfare of every man, woman and child: man U taking over the railroads Fine, now'it we can just In Baptists. any ( group trick to erect sth"r f
1| I I' Carty.supporters shouldn't worry ,,_ it's his funeral not ,In the nation. put our congressmen and senators to work shoveling coalor these days of high building tosts. '
l I thejrr: This is a case where union leaders, representing less running a train, that will be just duckey. I'd get a.real It Won t hurt you to help hem, What would Stuntbe .J,
) 11 Dan McCarty is I pursuing the even manly forthright than tine-tenth of the railroad empioyeae-have rejected kick out of seeing Claude Pepper. cross a picket line and without churchea? j jnamtuUUoni
I ten: J"'or' hU way, undisturbed by the frantic efforts of a the recommendations of the President's )fimergencBoard, climb) Into am engine cab, but if our lawmakers in Washington :J
). f '. f'' desperate opposition That 'way leads to Jhe next gover refuse to negotiate except on their own terms and are wiling don't put a stop to this monkey business pretty soon The smart candidate who J1'eta beat fa Quick to off

,\ 'i'r> hodhip Florida. He can well afford to challenge a com to paralyze the nation if necessary to win their point. a lot of irate citizens are going to do It for them and when If to the winner and thanks to his M"S.,
1 :I, parisoi) of his record.his achievements, his platform, and It Is interesting to note that the average'arninge of that happens, not going to be "'nlce.- he expects to let anywhere. jiext time. The pubI' v>

t.t his3apMlt/ : tot good service to the state, 'With that of his he engineers who are walking out now range from $4,078 What we really need to wake this fool eoontr/.up U a a long memory *t bum' losers Wise old Tom W od'fist
.1 t! f opponent Upon such comparison he mal confidently! to $6,152.he, railroads have agreed to increase this to th'igure nice general' strike and the sooner the better. Lets fold MlnTsVl\ ;.ni c"d accordingly' fa the wake of the

l leave the decision to the discerning; Florida. suggested by the President' Fart Finding Board up everything all at once and hm it over,with*. elected Lex Green broke' ,the rule-end tou d I t
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i tOWERS F er All OCCASIONS Well Sown Words :Use of Duck Stamp the funds clause outside permitting the country use AU of I VOTE SPECIAL NECESSITATES PRIMARY The Month of May Means ,I j j 1

% Funds Outside phases of this bill art needed SEPARATE BALLOTS Many' Memorable '. I t'

;BOUQUETS t r CtWSACESCUT FLOWERS urgently for a well-balanced Moments of Movie Magic. .: "

FLORAL NCEMENTS I Reap Rich Harvest Of u.s. ProposedA waterfowl program, Writ say. Tallahassee -When a special At I, ;

DOMESTIC and 1MTED CERAMICS Increased projection I Is neededbadly primary election !* held on the STUART. FLORIdA'S ; :
bin to authorize spending of In tlew of the Increased I
that the
I ----_. Federal, 1 0ucl'stamp fund V> pest-war hunting pressure Man-: same regular pri-- ; *
4he SMITHS FLORAL e4c blFT SHOPWE By WRIGHT". PATTERSON help: protect migratory waterfowl aicement costs!, h -Increased mary election IS held, separate i' III- R II i'C' I ;
Hole Sound News ballots ate / ;
(Publishers outside the territorial Int- proportionately with I o t h* rcosts necessary Tom l : '
:WARE FUXwERS Auxiliary) I
It. of the United State* has been and more funds are need- Watson Attorney General ruledin I
4 Arcade Bid*, 5th St., JJt. p'ce' Phone 310-J I' Too many birthdays prevenmy lntruduoed'by Senator A. Willis I: ed to preserve and Increase the reply to an Inquiry from the Theatre -- :
recalling the name of the Robertson of Virginia:, the Wildlife waterfowl populations Permit
of StateWatson
Indiana BEACH PARTY'HELD Secretary
paper or edit- I
Management Institute reported ting the Fish and Wildlife Service -
or, though I *as reasonably fai today The proposed bill to spend funds In cooperation further advised that (TI rsday) I, ,
-," miler with film over a numberof 8 2482, also would Increase the with Mexican and Canadian Florida law does not permit Doubl Feature I

CMJTANTCOMMERCIAL years He had left an *xeu- THURSDAY. price of the Migratory Bird clflelals would supplement the committee issesuments! against 1st u .. '
ad Uve desk In a manufacturing Hunting Stamp to $2 and Would work of Ducks Unlimited In canada candidates In special primaries ,: .
establishment. to own and edit strike out the 'clause! limitingthe assure sate wintering Election officials may act at the ,
the newspaper. 't do remember FOR SOCIETYB can 'be spent grounds;; dl In Latin America, Under I game time In both !regular' and {
PHOTOGRAPHYReal : waterfowl fh ,
some of the methods he used to
e lor protection both bills up to 2J per cent special primaries but they shouldbe
..1 Estate promote the Interests of his Tide bill Is similar to the Ker- of Federal refuge areas 'ould be specially appointed and :
Photography town. social as a market place and as MARIE! BRODRICKMrs sten Bit, MR. 3802, which has opened to public hunting when should sign separate oaths with c/ ,
a and cultural center, Heleallzed been tabled temporarily; In the duck populations are Increasing respect to their duties as election ;
41N Attractive Photos of YuVr Fishing Party and Catch. that the future of the Charles Hall entertained House Committee on Merchant WMI concluded.: officials he added Ij

town depended on Its holdingand the Women: Society Of the Com- Marine and'\ Fisheries, except_for .. ,I II' '
Increasing business volume munity Church and ,their families '
To accomplish: that, he realized,I at a beach party last Thursday West Palm Beach) spent the weekend Thrill the Graduate! s I I'I'J
Krueger Bid,, 1431| : .J$3 Phone 324 there must be better : The ladles held a business with their lIOn and daughter ,
larger stocks a greater In the Thechildren SEND FLOWERS ,
at.orel'l meeting afternoon. in-law, Mr and Mrs!!. Dan i 1,
II Of merchandise and : I II
I enjoyed swimming A Shaw. S '
--r On, lkl. rW tottertint die, .t Sot, iI'
--; merchandising methods. covered dish supper was served Mr and Mrs. Austin Mulllns\ '
the ,M to I I couraged accomplishment of .
Mrs J Wood and
Attending were visited Sunday In Homestead I N 0 ,
"JOE"L such ends through his conversation -I. her mother of Mlarnl,-Mr, and ---- from r..t Blrfk.rrr Flo will he IM1V Ss o Hal oav I 'I
toh with the merchants!, and. Mrs. Andrew Lester and family a nil r.nr t.l.b. cd.r PLUS
tot through tome of the news Items Mr and Mrs. Olaf Williams, Mr, ae h.te ra.wi d too ryht b jl
/MOSLEYPUUMBIflG he printed. In his columns end Mrs R. Randall and family. EqP.lkk.l .ew rw e.wrM. .
"Saw Bill Brown on the! street Mr. and Mr. Cart Nichols Mr. I
a this morning wearing a nifty and Mrs. (Sam, Thayer and the j nnS r =!
d new suit," said the; editor to the Rev jllexandes'Llnty I Ii
p. I JOB nic *CONTRACTING 1s :M Senic 'I.- All Work''Guarantead' of course you eold IV to Jackie, visited friend and.relatlves I'I
1a Prompt Efficient /hint What! You say he wentto last week In Tampa and i h ,1 III j
NIGHT OR, DAY ....--..for It. since you are not St, Petersburg; t
,carrying single breasted suits A. Bcownlee returned 'home lW**. \
Just Ph )'ne. 246 Sorry to hear that for Bill u a Thursday.after spending stvera ,
good customer. There must be days in Fort Myers. New Burston Hoi YW4 Nunn i
quite 'a Jew men In town Who ( AF.. P.N r tY kk.1. ..eD.e I |\ I sNau :
1t ,Mr and Mrs. W Scott Blanch-
Aldwy I nt+t C.aatrl Phone 886 fort Pierce, Fla.
--- ---- would
1d single I breasted ard and family\ left Saturday for Added t 'fagunaUSAovtlty > ii
coats To be able to. supply them their home In New York after i .. --- ,
d would add quite a bit to your
FURNttTURE spending the winter at their
volume and.your profit But you home on Jupiter Island IiJLi:
run the clothing business, and I UII'
L of Baltimore
t 0 run the newspaperAnother ." Russell AllabauKii
QUALITY 0 STY and CHARM visited last week with ,dr. F DAY andS
conversational: comment and Mrs. Arthur Brodrick and
, : Mrs. Smith
Bed Room and Kitchen dropped Into Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brodrick TURDAY I'
Bring. Room, Room. Dnimg the house last evening, and 1 I i
Mrs. \ Wheat and .
William son 2 BIG HITS 2
Our Line Is Complete heard her telling my wife about r II
Charles,of West Palm Beach visited NO.1 _
A VISIT WILL CONVINCE .YOU the name I brand of canned I last Monday with her! slater, / i
vegetables. which she Insists are Mrs:Charles Hall. f I
the beat ever but cannot be MY ,
Rloddenbury Furniture I The P TA will meet the r t
bought in ot .
the local
any stores.Said
A and N J2nd St Fort Pierce she, and a number of her have tonIght. Interesting The Children AIUNeeltrlAl ,I
Cor Ave. friends I planned an program ;ND SEINING! '"t 1
proposed to lay lit a \ anmteJ I
stock each
time any of them : Dr, and Mrs. Harold'Corya rws II

rtlaltllltltst rat.. rled Krlve! t4-w The where they are car. have closed their home\ on Jupiter j ,
conversation meant
Island and returned to their
nothing to me. but on the chance 1 fI
home In the north for the summer -
Sailspprt: Restaurant It might; mean something to you months \ ONCE AND FOR LLl! ,I ,I '
1[ ,
am just passing it along" The young people of the Community -
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So It went week after' week met Monday evening at
Just South Frazfer Creek Bridge On U. S. 1 from one to half a dozen Ideas the community hall. Donald ''i

Under{ New Ownership; were surreptitiously passed along Bowden presided at the first half: WILL END SEI ING!
to the merchants! of the town. of the business meeting and
BLANCHE POLLACK That editor traveled to a On. then Robert Hurst took over. I will end indefinitely, with no 100 -holes, by passinga ensW
Invites You To .Enjoy slderable extent On his return Election of officers was held. Instead I Ilse AINI NInI ''
from simple law which will make gill ne and only gill-nets 11 aa1 INNaaN0.2
a trip he had some Ideas of a president an executive I IInMt
Real Italian Spaghetti: about merchandise Items he had committee was elected n legal in the i inside waters of Martin ounty Protectedareas
seen but which were not carried Includes Hurst, %David Callan and n 4rwtA!> )
NOW RVING in', any local store No more Jim Hutchlnson: secretary Mary will rain as they are. Thefe will be no more \s K3Wl t

ALL MEALS "'\ A LA CARTE than: .one Idea was given to anyone Diamond I : treasurer, Bowden.. seines or so-railed "forcedrap\ nets. Only gill nets will t

but( merchant over >the hi weeks any there one week Was, secure Jean Arnqld names was for nominated the club to to be legal. This action, endorsed by he great majorityof Epa* : I II IPI I

REDUCED. RILES ; something for all of them be acted upon next meeting The the com ercial fishing industry,//will return prosperity PWNm+ J
It was .not long before new club wilt meet Monday .at 7;30 '
fines of merchandise began in the community hall. to that dustry and share our/ reat fishing assets t "Sky Is Falling'sCartoon :

REAL HOME COOKED MEALSUotQFor showing the local stores. They Mrs. Peter Shor entertained at with the I lejeal commercial fishing/ nd sport fishing in- ( ) j j"C
made of the town of more satis- a luncheon'and card party at Ick Carter No. 13" i
._!_ -- lying market place Within a her home on Jupiter Island dustries. This. election will be th/only referendum on Serial t If I
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year. trade was cotnlng from a Thursday, Luncheon was served this. matte a I::
"I" much wider area; The town was to Mrs H. R. Vorls of Jensen
known as a place lu which to Bract, Mrs. Mary Chandler, Mrs -
] I find the things,people n wanted to Emma Smith Mrs Chet Homan For ft Progressive Martin ounty, Go to the 3UNDAY AndiMONDAY I
I buy Mrs Jack Saunderson Mrs. ;
I When the Bill Brown suit'Idea Ralph Merrltt, Mrs Charles Con Polls Next Tuesda/ and Elect t ,,
.bore fruit and a stock of single rad and Mrs R. Mortensen of
L Grady breasted models arrived at the Salerno High scores went to. I j I
Mrs. Vorls vl
and Mrs Conrad
local store. it represented a news ''I
i Item for the editors columns. It Mr and Mrs Clyde Almman George Keilh- Your Representative ,
w. hews to the men who preferred have moved here from the west warn'
y Burton single breasted coats but soast They lived for a few weeks I ,I!
In a larger way It was news for In Salerno. He will be employedby
sjl the people.of the_community, Austin Mulllns (fl.litk.1! A4*>r lM m. l'oW For tIFMtit4. .fPIiXNlTODAY Ceo.._ K.Uh) rl 1' ) !
: Joe Alex' Brownlee visited i iq I het J '-
X Capable and iI II "
Thursday night with Mr and Ij I I I .
ExperiencedLawyer' Mrs Jessie Qrtffln. He Is riding I j I Ir
his motor bike from Key West
to Camella (Ja.p where he will I
loin his mother. -- .

YOUR NEXT II Mrs George Brownlee went to FOR T E HOME OF TOMORROW. ; :!'P I
Fort Pierce !Sunday;! and returned 11ll
with her brother, Pvt.let clast

..Attorney'General Earl Eden, who U on furlough _|GtOKX / ... IrI ,
from Lowery Field, Denver. .
I Mr. and Mrs Sam of pre: U, -Canada
A woSLto the wise I b Meyers.. : 'Border Without I( I
... is Suffict : It presaged a better marketplace Bayonets" ,
Sufficient IlCjUK- : d' liapiody In Rivets' .
V Leading Newspapeu Endorse Him A N C E PROVCTION.sotha ]l| What was true of the suits was moon Fox News i

.. I. wfWn N //QulUJ true of the brand of canned ,
the loss comes ylu rare vegetables wanted by Mrs.Smith t .
fc Tlorldlaos each to elect t. Grsdy
not do be thin ,. and her friends. They __
Burton *
to the office: of At y
DAILY NEWS LY covered D take LESS THAN home town to get what they Ll I ,
e..7t..,; -v /.ur- wanted.. Progress was rapid andconsistent -
Within the
*' "Our choice unhesitatingly |oL. to I* Grady Burton town was: known as'yyear ne of,the
Ito hi* shown outstanding fitntli to be the states chief ICE
best market places In that partof BEERYS
legal MOl THlBUflE.L
advlF.TAMP |plQ. ) the state The people of other w
e abu towns: were watching the automobiles -
1 drive 'h r o ugh their WOW
.it "He a reputation for stabnftr snd common sense. j0 :,
towns on their way to a marketplace
His baste docmt to be pn>if d up with spologles. !
It stands oa its own,'H 'Is know! as a square shooter.* ED where the merchant. tarred -
LAKELAND adequate stocks and s-wlde. t ; '
LEDGER."S Variety' of merchandise 7'I
r .0'*
e The- editor had made of his I

"He fa eonsldered: fair and his ten I* of office bll hen town the trading center ef a And When our Plans Are -
ade .
wlthou) flaw or failure. ST. f fERSBURQ :TIMl:9r. P, 0. vide area It became not alone rAre KurtM
a, trade center; but a social and Readied -Bee Your Bank = rasp I I
r. e a e -- Phon 19 cultural: center. U ,was a demon' I IN IM! t
itratlon, of what a newspapercan I
"Tout' attorVT11301:' M '
vote for
Grady Burton u : do for Its town and for Itself 1 gselksil
%' the'nsxt e Now Taking Applications For
another vote for |opd government In dds disc ng .

four years," LAKE WALES lEWS. --..-...................... F.H.A. LOANS r
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Florida Needs the EXP n'CE'( ," 5 "8 CKER'S"3M 15 New and Existing Construction l

,STABILITY and HARM( Y j. ; '

s North of Stuart on U. $.. 1 CITIZEN ANK -A: 'i

Member: The federal Reserve System, and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. *rnLtp.
Will(;Bring to Hw,Stot Cxibln As .


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.I I Determination In mutuuc' y was "1. f a ,
MOVIE ON FLORIDA numerous assets and then show MACHINE HARVESTS 600 BARRELS OF OYSTERS' DAILY r State GrowthExceeds "thootlng stars I II sometime'i tot many' yeanf fcw ui tj'*

SHOWN TO K1WANI\NS ....a.. ....,','' .
how injuredby
ed they are being -" factor 1
'"''' r' & Incorrect by gravitation
; r: If rendered
t" r"t.. \; .. 1' '""i"\"l'\" .. '';'. "K 1; 1
wasteful forest flreq. excessive W:,' .' < > I 'y" mountalna.The Studies
: urrouhdlng ie
of I
t A motors picture la technicolor r \.. .' It' '': t I :I,' .I That ; bs!
I a s entitled Florida. Wealth or, water exhausted crops land and : I. accepted position for Tokyo i\ure3 are Called : nuaV!
!. Waste ? sponsored by the alums In the cities It( concluded .
Southern Educational Associa with a summary Of conservation Md.. I For NationThe MATT
Lion was shown at !the weekly effort! now underway : p INNERSPRINGand
PACE roon'rnt"elln" << of Klwanla Club Secretary Herbert H Thayc"
/ ut the Woman Club Friday I reported the olub' had 893 percent .' J. ':\i.l phenomenal growth ot BOX SPRING i

The.. picture. reviewed the State I attendance_ during_ AprilS __ florlda since 1MO far exteed*
CLIO --. ,- -- ___. ____ __ u 6 legs
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AT V :; .. national Mpansio'n in the prtuwplal -

l categoric. and emphasize\ ". '
$69.50 Yalue
Ad' < d. the numerous needs and the I OH50
spanPalm I; .. strengths of demands; within the\ TWIN ORTROUBLE Slag
: :
f.ij ...... -- C i I Stets the reoearch: and InduJr
With ''q'qtaclBi : i>',; '; ,. / ( v. trial! division the Florida Stan Ft Pierce/ Sleep Shop

siblyFel F I" { 1 Chamber 01 Commerce stated Fort fierce, Fla. 16 N.; 2nd St pBiM) ,1SILLYj
yesterday In |Its weekly business!

) wILLBEAcJ review
"' S 'Tabulation ot<< percentage '

Increases tot the period 1940-
'Z.., 1947 ((except where otherwise Indicated x avallF
\ 1 for Florida and for the
iI' show: popu- More eI
nation respectively 0otit i I'fo So Than
M lotion 28 per rent and 0 per cent; I

3 I.'; S S dP.ltk4'Ah< ,, .. FM rde( tf r.i."e..t.psi C.rtyf.Mme; Chaim I bank: debits:! 73 per tent and 45 Tour New Hong Il;
I I' 'j I.. pW,, ." (per cent (U excluding New York '
ea ramtws --- tI H" '"""
-. .. .._.__ avcc CIty); estimated retail sale 211 1 Inadequcl. on(
f I i ; Matlzew'1Valari7reaAtD:: I. 'I I nix! dnalgrd l I+l ke: machine, Is an oyster harvester: be-: ;at; useable;; oysters daily and'tan be lined to gather per cent and 150 per cent; bank I
tel! N fog, I \t Alit''v O,!cllll" Its l! mentor(' ", A. M Brown of MOo mlf-propelled( flee) (barge. The curved tales cent and 10J per cent; number

I II I TOMMY INVITES YOU'TO ', A'I' )h.I"alltl)} the. (UirmmtnitHxi, hi oyster built f.JII I conveyor) chain,' are propelled liy an of business concerns ((1940-1)41) ;: USGUARANTEED I
I Ixils' (tam tlic.Ixmisiuna, Onucrvatimi! Oirnmisuon! auto engine. 8 per cent and minus t per cent; 'y ,+ ron"
Brows '. the imii.tiiiHii.ttii harvest (BOO) b rrels number of Industrial and tom lf ,Y
ENJOYA ;>? t "
1.---------. --I II merclal failure minus 68 percent WIRING
0'_u_' n.' "OGOC'JO1; ; '; a OnI ;' ''; Df2; :-- and minus: 75 1 per cent;
TASTY Mis Elizabeth Robertson, Mrs.E. ..\grors'postal receipts U940-1948I 1

DELICIOUSSANDWICH (I Salerno Civic Association ll llot see. J it,. Ward and Mrs. C H. Alder-i 98.number per, cent of business and (1 ,telephone per cent; t e e }

onot onot onot oa 1 Mr; and Mrs Fred Prentice of 12S'per cent and '74 per cent, I
West Palm. Beach spent Sdnday1here | telephones
.4.4v I number of residential 'I
Feature of the May 1J meetIng '.1 In -------I as guest of'Mr and Mrs.I 207 per gent and'88 per cent;
and of the Salerno Civic Association {* AMrninDurwpod passenger ear registrations 34
was a musical entertainment Cotton ,accompanied:: I per cent and 13 percent; truck
YOUR FAVORITE offered by a newly-formed AUXILIARY'SOPEN '' i hL ..u..aer: ; Isle. .L Cotton, to and tractor registration 7] per
Jacksonville M spend a week visiting cent''' and 20 per cent, electric .
DRINK !group of Salerno young people Mrs Cotton has been his power capacity 13 per :sent and 1 fRom -
The programII.< \guest here tor two weeks. I SI percent; electric power production
I Mrs.George Phleuger left Sunday 185 per cent and 111 per
GOOD PLACE TO BRIN YOUR FRIENDS "Oh Sutton.Suzama" by Billy Jacobs. for New Jersey to spend the j.'cent; Federal Internal revenue I yere I sit_,fy Joe Mar
i summer collection 79i per cent and 672 I '
FOR A GOOD TIME Angel Serenade Brags bas SET TOMORROWBy Mr and etr*. Arnold Taube per cent: estimated construction rr i
soon solo by Sally Oorrecht."Clelito I
Premium Beer I Fine Liquor.BAR ;; I had as guests. Saturday put In place ((1940-1946)) 72 percent
Undo, Fernandei bassian '
Mrs Sara Oullette and Sam and 30 cent estimated! 1. Fake Your Choice :
per ,
solo by Sally Oorrecht tHARLO ITE HELLIER ,
DANCINjTOMMY'S Whlttlmore of Miami and Mr value of manufactured products t{ ,
Vow If the Hour, instrumentaland
Jensen Auxiliary 120 American Joe Wood of Hobe Sound I ((194G-1948)) 223 per cent and 99
voral trio Norma Fay j Nei'ghborlTba I ''
Cole Joan Saunderson ard., Lesion, will have open house at Mr and Mrs. Pat Izzo, who per cent ] ; .
Its new home tomorrow from.2 1 have been occupying their home "Tabulations of I percentage ..

The Sally Dickie OOrrecht Bird Song:' Norma I to, 4 p.m. Refreshments will be here left Monday to spend the change. 1940-1946 In the value .lM..-wk. ... write r ..All'bm,.ce tour feedyl h
In New York
ON U S. 1 HOBE SOUND ONLY J Fay Cole. served. Everyone la Invited. summer of principal natural resources W....'. Celasu la tile Char ,..doa'tMI'et.wntridel.
T-' Mr, and Mr T Papsodero and
} "Songs My Mother Taught Me," Mr. and Mrs Henry Start 01 showed commercial fishing up 618 j at-: ) Y, 12 Miles Sout /of Stuart I Ocean Breeze Park have left for son All left Saturday for their per cent and 156 per cent for ndw the use
Dvorak cornet solo by Joan ,adrke ...bat Ms oftn twrtMHUkkglints
I home In Olen Cove, N. T They letters skwit rtclpes t
I .:? Ample Parki I" Space SaundorsonClrlblrlbln Richmond Va. They are plan Florida and the nation respectively pta "
I instrumental nine on disposing of all propertied have occupied their home here ; minerals 109 per cent and I ttiqiwtte, hone MUgtuwat, etj have s choir JL
; duet
.w j NEW HftURS: I Joan Saunderson and Sally I there and will make this I for the }>a.t..1x month 90 per cent: wool pulp 19 per One letter she got.last week wi From when, I ut,
-- | their permanent home Mrs L. D, McElfresh and sons, cent and 20 cent applio" nova!I..tomb\
per II 14 answer
W h D., IM..U, Y.M, WW Tkpr. ) 1 A M c. ID r M, Oorrecht bout a recipe she published
Pt+ tnt M Jo Mr and Mrs. Martin Tlndallof Jerry and Jack, motored -i iami "The need forgreater '' *...
w d.r s.ts'd.y a A. Mufoldit Cto. Orlando were week-end guests conservation practices tuUiaiIdeal
Norma 'Fay Cole. I Vomstcrshlre, and a i P everyone baS dilferen
of Mr and Mrs A. A. Hendry fresh who 14\ in the Veterans especially In Florida Is shown bya .... Shaun 4eutgrest"aslsheresrrecpond
( <
Minuet In O Bethoven. clarinet beer "Turd: II we WJKWdiffcrtneti
Hospital there He of sparkling tangy
recently underwent
Mri Wattle Argo of Boynton j 48 per cent decrease In board ,
Qorrecht darkPutyoudidn't
solo Sally t.. .11,1 ".s' '
Beach arrived Tuesday to spenda an operation and Is, reported feet of"lumber' cut In Floridaand
'Melody In F." Rubinstein clarinet i .. rlghtocbose ,a itiyonel *
Improving mentbswhsl U t.
week visiting Mr and Mr*. a 5 per cent national decrease '
BACK GAIN solo Sally Gorrecht
Harry and other ." to rve With It 8houi t
Segerstrom : since 2920 trap *
"Pop Goes the Weasel, clarinet MELALEUCA LODGE
solo, SallY Oorrecht friends, Miss Roberta Clark and Miss : "serve beer/Cldert Deed teal J.At: 11'JI( ,
A New Shipmelt of AllWoolAxminsteV Read.lPa.Your Tow!}." by Cas-. Mr and Mrs.. Allen Kendall Norma Peabody' have arrived Melting Ice Tram the Arctic The.stiaiiis'auwet vas slnlrt ()'w"\
and daughter, Maurene, left and Antarctic polar Ice dilutes -
ale Mae ScoUentkur. from Greenwich Cona, as has caps I ,
-- Thursday for Reading Pa. Miss Lucille Clark of Miami I the oceans In the vicinity! -
--"II.bY: the death. .of Allen Beach. Mr and Mr, C. C. and make them, less_ salty.! GP' If a,usirdSines Bmm ttuifGEORQElKEITH ,
Rugs I moineF,, rare. Mimic Kendal, -
v and daughter Rebecca, and
,{:, SEAHORSE She died May 9 after a long 111- friend Mrs. Margaret Kln'l'
I ness Funeral services were conducted West Palm Beach came in
: I Thursday In, Reading e
stay FrIday.
: and Garnets Mrs Seymour Gideon washostess The fishing 'and sunshine I 1 '
,. : TACKLE to the Tuesday' Bridge brought a return visit from Ed'i IS FOR
1 t 1 I Club at her home Tuesday af- and Bettye Fitch of Oakland: : ) > .
\ K ternon. Prizes were won by Mrs.I Park Fla.\\ who with the ,I
in sizes from 6 by 9 up. fine selectionof COMPANY I I Georgia Turner; Mrs. Adolph Gays had an outdoor '

patterns from whit to choose. Hertel and Mm Jack Whltlcar to welcome Mr..and Mrs.Charle'l
Closed I Others playing were Mrs.Charles Fitch of Oakland Park GOOD ROADS

4 Prices begin. at All Day Charlotte Gay, Mrs, Laura Hellier Howard Mrs. ,,Lewis Miss The lodge is being tTGOOD' ,.
Dick Gideon left
Sunday for
., and &u.I ., O eth.r D.y., Gamble, Mrs R. 8 Robertson to New I '
a boat trip York City
$39.9! i I te P M Drama I HQ'., a..n Mr. and Mrs. Jack Heaton are ROADS IN THE FARM AREAS! I''

Rod and Reel (Repairing Finale, Song by' Group receiving congratulations on the

Visit u* in our new shov oem at 900 South" No Delays Jacob Master of Ceremonies-Billy' County birth of Hospital daughter Saturday at Martin, Yes, and everywhere elsyfn Martin County! Both our: I.

\ Dixie opposite the park fn Fort Pierce Propt Service Accompanist-.Gladys Perry County and State roadyare in deplorable condition' -Hi 1''I

tt was encouraging to have so ; full of pot holes and sWl of last t
We Sell Pa/. for All many' young people at the meetIng J. [ torn up by the hurricane
1 Make Reel We welcome them-. ,year! I will .seek S te-.id to tour County as well asi,* j

\ GRIFFIN ported President. putting Charles the root Conrad on! the rei Federal aid for a real repair program.... Martin County'

I \1 KER, Inc. Harry SvinglehurstOfner Civic Center and promised its ,:. t 600 square miles i intlude some of the finest citrus and I'

x ,I': FLOOR COVERINGS I completion school There before was the a fair-sized close of Wi. farm lands in all Florida'...... Undeveloped because there

: Old Put Illjhway group out working Saturday afternoon 1 decent and
FORT PIERCE, FLA. Near Jcrken Beach and it was urged that are no roacfc to them. Behind Palm City

everyone make an extra effort Indiantown are thl Allapatta Flats including thousands -
I -.,..+ to turn out Saturday hereafter
of acres of choke marl whichhas'
He also urged residents to step r land of the same type

up' contributions for more are !made St. Lucie: County? a great citrus arid tomato

West Pal \ Beach Directory needed Latest immediately.donors Include Mr. and section. ',Martin CouVity can share in this prosperitytt'

Mrs L. K. Ressler, the land i.the f.
Percy Fuge all
When In West Palm source f. wealth -through> a County
Be ch These Firms Appreciate Your
PaVonazeBADCOCK'S T P. Lyons' P, O. Smith R.,D. 'J!
and State oV
1 1i Fulton Mr and Mrs Otto Wagner program road improvement. I pledge

i The Stuart News, Joe Rich, that, when elected be t to
t pr pf my first actions will >>i'
550015 ro sus 550.5 H A W T H O N E Roy Decker Mr. and Mr. Lester. '
ROOFING 0. Keeney" and Andy Talmas launch a.rod 'mprovdnent programand,; keep at I ittill
512 Clematis St. The committee planning the Martin Highway is Inproved all the
from Paint
I tour with war
aoognr SHELT CTAZ. L M Johnson, county'
Furniture and' agent, have ,City to Okeechobee Ciir. 'This' project
House Furnishings HfATWn-Past TneO postponed !it unWlatt'r' State highway
opvc s ortoxmrm In the season when there hat lain
WATLRPa 0 dormant for 25taars. of
,1 favor.e '
Fans s.d OLTY1 wUl be more to urgedhowever Dn

-- --- -. -..w....-*- that ansn\t; :\ Bee Line Highway thrlugh Indiantown to. the:

In name participating early' so advance turn transportation In their V NETLANL1NDS East Coast and am ih favor of creating a system th1'j

J t arrangements be county roads which will
i i "'r made, may ; tap the rich agricultural
I 'Traao M ufacturing' Co, near Indiantown and wist of
Mra. Betty Conrad,, was In Hob.Sound; I. favor,
charge ot a*tuccessf ul card par lox 1"f, Poe? peace improvement of Kanfas' ,Avenue, linking ,
ty at the home of M-s.xMary
Chandler farms 'with the farmife section west of'Hobe Sound,

and spurs from this j jofcing Jupiter-Indiantown Road'

I A-1.A at Jensen Beaofi Fort] ,
WE MAKE OUR' 0 N 'should be improved from

s .1 Pierce to St. Lucie Inlet. Your vote for Keith means a,

5 NEON, SI&NS P vote tq repair. the shell-holes of our 'existing county*

[ roads and build nevl roads and water control ditche
e NANI flNTtP ADVUTIS'HO$'; .... Progressive' ,Martin County

v'' We Have the Material* Necessary for the Repa! to. YourS \ ELECTGEORGE. .

1, Home. If You Are Planning A New Home SEE FIRST

jjj! for Your Building'CASA Material Needs: i : KEITH: ;

Old pixie Hi-way Martin County '

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fOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART' | News tlcitii uhricelerorelMon.nwedaeeday! for Ihb f/tilt's pate Phone maht> 300 ruth the lIewNj-.per: nil:"Jill' ; j I j II

1IOg BONS ENTERTAIMNNrBRIDGI .-prize* were won by Mrs. L. t., PARTY 1IONWSSANDRA I Mr. awl Mrs. W. I. Carpenter'Of '' DIRFCTOR : ',! ,
: CLUB I Arbogast and Boyne McPhersor DAVtt' : I HomeDemonstration I '' OF .1 I :' q ; t
I'j 60$ Booth Federal Hwy. led
D. 8. Hudson XJther playing; wire! Mrs.
McPherson ; I
and The
1 191 h
1M to their dlnJ\ef-brldlle Mr, Artogast, Mr. an>al birthday annlvrrial -! today bit an ext ended vista Inhe'lle t j "
bosll of Mien
ert efentnl *' their I''Mr*. Edwin A, Mennlnger, Mi r Sandra Davey was I Ohio and rthu North I I I :
rrtda' the occasion thday 1 (foe :
lub Drive home, In the and Mrs.. John M. Law, Jru amMr. d I a patty > r They have had u : I)
lrertide with Dr. and lira P.
gene following! I! .dinner, and Mr. Earl JUcou.0 Walter Notes guests during the winter! Mr and !
Davey hQII\.ll.\
dp_ -- -- _- al A frankfurter Mrs.Selby Glazier of Attiouv l
\ roart at' th'beach was followed Cj MISS incur INSCOEAn L. While, Mr. and Mre nuwardGoodwin ,.
\ 'by tee 'cream and birthday cake / Mr. abut Mrs. Harry :, l
Watches 'al the Davey home ani a trip I iKtefer of Amssviilf, Ohio, Ben I ''
:a article, written\ the pu'o- [ !
to the movies fur the: guesta 1 ,I Wolfe of Huntington, W. Va. and ) 41 j
tally Ann\ Backus, mast Uoatlon "Wogllacts for Educa,
Kilgore. j "
Mr and Mr*. C. O. M'Uinltt .na : "
Inter ional Sterling II Anne SlngloUiry., Shirley' Good-I tors" give) Interesting In-'
tame; Mr: and Mn. J. E. Lehman/ ot
Keepsake ancjVfoodi Art Carved Mary malt Nancy RoweU King pcrothy-Kancock Patty B rey.:, lOfrhitton about how modern{r New London Ohio t; ; !:( '

Diamonds ana.Wedding Rings I Carol CranUi.ll, Wilma Glass, women prove their skill In home I ii.ehn; 1.1'1
Mr- and U. Men- ,
'cewlne, Here la the Jlst of thenews. !
Agnes Uaekett Suzanne
and j :f.
Does! It ,? i finger and his cousin, W T I .
I Dave), surprise you\ ,f I I. ,
Corl, returned afternoon
|. C. & EWALKER "With apparel costs up, and I I I Sunday t't.: t.
from a two-week visit with Corl'sparents '; :
SUZANNE DA\EY i la.ttiion'i "new era" changes receiving '' '
j In Webb City, MO.
J w e 1 e r s HAS BIRTHDAY unprecedented note by i NUKK1S t, DODD 't ,
I OSCEOLA AVE / STUART ''Mr,*. Walter F. Pave entertained the general public, the American I I William H.--C--Mitchell ot TheNew "Oklit (turner' t''' S. Ladk'r i +'J' iI iI l lI
ha I
woman quietly and with '' I "
I May t in honor of the ) stall returned Sunday ll'tl1'of: Acrkiiltuw,:: | Ito I
8th birthday ot her daughter ainazlng competence returned toI troth Fort where he' attended I I
f Myers 1 IJinilorXrt-iWi! of the
the sewing I machin@s
Suzanne Her )little It\u.'stscanle I the three-day cession of i :. "
In the -morhing I > and played i Her skill U. surprising. For I I the Florida Press As qclaUon.I I .Intl A"i.t-ulluN.: O, *' I w
Construction Co.
tOO UnHi'd (FAO
Pence gagies, followed by luncheon j during the past 25 years the ap- Njti..m ) '
with a birthday cake and ae! t'Itarel nianufacturlng Industry I I CHURCHES OF CHRBT.'SCIENTUT; I Ir tiintbet! 11II well\A. a '
hone' 193 cream ""Present were Carroll and lieo. grown to such tremendous I offMil' Ite. nutxtcdsi Sir
r "SOOl AND BOBV1 b the oll
Jimmto Jackson Artie Dehon proportions that it would appear,|l UM k.Mon-8rmi. ii wttii' wtfl i"bo yrt realM l lI \ Hoyil fin of (the United( j':
Blade :
D-7 Build'; er .with or Rake Malcolm I I Mennlnger, Bobby (hat .the American woman' had! t neahw tk. .. ,1.Chnal.don". 8ulid:. S tAT.aeh'.. ilorri', '\' at ,,,'nelilf the. j
Also z.Yard Dragline Wortliam, Bobby Crandall, Mary,I aU but forgotten the art of hyme'!I I I cut Thj. Oulihn Tmt I.Whrt; r May e."sa.a1'. '' npuiilUrrul)
Anne aniS Blanche\, Pence Vorma sewing. Now, armed with sold{'I,>.. *thi 1 wnpl. of. o.'d via l .
U* For French and telaftd Jackson. sore and sewing machine; ; she Is I,, 111 Ullnlhlu.: tho. tonrk: ef the livtn. Good"j i

Clearing .. Grading .. Ditching; Price Mn Davey French was'' assisted by Mri.f backat to keep the domestic her wardrobe'artprimed up-- 1 1' tho..a4*m.mr laa alas..........Aas.aoa dtaliilw..Mrh. I.,.he'11I.d r..Uow1"a cant say" .ra...t.

Diking Etc. to-date 'and her clothes coat I,,wd an5w wt I.., NuSnld.. .h. ...boni 'j
STEVE 'WEST"i down: url. ,d Cod '4 .40, ma., e-C '.'a '
I I i d.rva|| vllk Hum. and: lhi., h.ll'1"h, 55 I : ,
BIRTHDAY PARTY ,. It Is estimated today I Ulat'th.'number ..d assd klnult .h.ll t. M'Ih I 'I
1' Et'; ind W lb..4r Cod" 4aw.ltfw( I If
--;: Mr. Ruswll l West'1nvled.,,a of women making a considerable 1: I II
portion of their ward- f Ta LMUwenhaa" 01... ilWl ... the I I II
group ot young people Saturday .
lobe has increased more than BeM4are" .. ........ has c'. I'h'Ia. I .
to celebrate the J0th birth- ,
600 Stu + Phone 265"VOLLRATH day ot her Km Steve, Assisted J3l) per cent over five years ago. Etii1: ;;1. 0. llar4lSur rah.:= I I 'I l

514 Lt7T ODIw by Mra. Ed William andMrs.. These women are noc making ... .ur A."pw.t4o.What...........' e 4 lhe ".nta I i
0. C. Smith, Mrs. West took the simple aprons and house dresses.'', r";j i:: prdrn.' 11t. ..eri eIt-i.e" en. s I Properties f all t ; : :
'' : :
They are going In. for current o ai Me I '
children first to the beach. then ... '
lt ,
as&I I I I. .h .0hA" Ut. .d for sale! ,
to her borne on Eaat'4th St for fashion; and they are buying the'finest ,ht,,I I "a-t "'... ..h'.... It\ I"Alaldw
.' HOMEAN a frankfurter roast with be materials available. ; 1"00 1 by1 nos 5n 1.011.,"...1117,51.5.( ) I I

THAT IS 'The Plumber" cream and cake and then to the I Manufacturers of quality woolens .I Alto rental an\ \ ,
fyct TRUE movies Quests were Clifford report. a 300-per cent increase ?I, '
Jones, Jlmmle Pe ram, Shirley in piece goods sales since '
Nvyii'a! : .' ., FOR Goodman Boy Shrtgley, Mlcklt I J940. Department store sale of \! !!. .I I allce. ".
Springer Lynn Tucker, Albert{ fabric show a 101-per Bent na- ,
Quick, Dependable King Henry Austin Richard i dorsal Increase over 1940, and ./, AJ':'' Edward M i J
t dole, Russell Keller James 1 much of this Increase falls in the { ?:" 'I 'J'r
SERVICE Burnslde, Peggy Lou McClung,I "medium to expensive"'category. ''

Mary Jane Rowell, Warren Rice, Sewing machines are selling i I .
wt AKt EQUIP&D TO HANDLE ANY SIZE JOB Gale Handy Caroline White, almost as fast as they tan be I AKC 1f2 Realtor ,
ESTIMATES SUBMITTED Fred Reddish Carolyn Pirtle, manufactured-;-w' an actual increase (
Van Smith and'Joyce Wes, of at least 200 centover P. O. Arcade P/df.
those sold in 3rf Consumers I II

Vollratiy Plumbing Service MRS. E.:a WILEYENTERTAINS i are insisting on all the (relaiul AL. P.Ida.. 'M I .des ofM. Phone H
CLASS t j'attachments. ''and gadgets that Mc'r: M. M.ot' Co "tI ; }
I Member'. of the'adult' Sunday will dlow them to keep up with -
RRY VOLLRATH School class of the Presbyterian'' new dressmaker1 effects found'InLhlgh 1 1'i

311 Akron /J e. Stuart, Fla. Church were guests of Mr..'Edwin fashion retail apparel. "
B. Wllejt last Thursday evefling -f Before the war the nation's / *' I
----..------_ at her home on 'o ceola i pattern makers turned out an 1 "DIN apt DAN t ( Iii
.. Ave Feature of th-,evening vas[average 80.000.00C units a :year.: 1 I
the showing of movloj of church In 1946, 120,000,000 such units, T ;
activities. Refreshments\ were were sold. Today pattern' sale*'' !
..P 'OT ECT'' served by young Misses' ;Jackie are running 30 ,per cent above;
Coleman and Susan Hall. Present that figure. These patterns promote -,\ : SEY$6UR'S'flNN
.CLOTHES! A were the Rev. E.: iC, -Young, the hip-line 'emphasise the. f
"class teacher Miss Cornelia Adams 'tfestles hemline and all other!
Hive Your\jyinter\ Clothing, Blanket, Etc. t Miss Anna,, Ounn, Miss details prevalent in the.chanl-'! T HY, DELICIOUS FOC '
i Tena Ounn. Robert Ounn, Mrs i iI' :Ing silhouettes Those who'sew'' 1'l'j'1,
wtL 'i I' Jack Coleman Mrs. C. 'A. Cat- at home find the ultrasimplicityof Jt ed Drink*-Beer on Draft ; t 1 i I I
Cleanedand I Hall, I of the "new era" :
ry rlet Mrs. Fred Mrs r. R. many styles 11F/R GENE ON THE SOLO OXST I
u-d. The ballerina I I
either I Horton, Mrs Elizabeth Kara, Mr. I, easily dupUc "
I I and Mrs. C A. Lees, Mrs Blanche skirt and the flare-back bell ; !
?th-Proofed I ILowrey, Mrs, Porter and Henry .shaped coat are readily copied KS and SEAFOOD + t j
't, by beginning seamstresses according
j Stephenson
or ,
\ to home demonstration I t OUR SPECIALTY, ::; I
Put In iBoth-Proof Bags '
: i
THREE Will ATTEND agents and sewing class teach- :
Jaesscn l ach SEYMOU
Fo the Summer ,, : MEETING IN DAYTON.tManager ers. 4! '
\J This trend to seen in the work nor t "
H a Kraft of Jhe'' of the Rome Demonstrationwomen I ,
Take oi Bcrtou Moth-Proof. t
Advantage Ojr Famous 'Martin County Chamber of COmmerce in Martin County, so It ''---.------.---... -.----,- '---- -- ..-. I ,
inr Service, 'Ten Yea Guarantee. Mayor "Bob" Baker and must be that they! art "keepingup wI
'. I City Commissioner Kenneth with the times. I I'
Etlmmelt will attend the EastCoast WHEN YOU NEEDLUMBER
Eifert Dyeing )Highways Association THLET FOOT GERM ,

meeting at'Daytona'' ;>Beach, Saturday 'KIL s FOR 35c : j ; i
Martin Oounty Cleaners and Sunday IN HOUR.
Kraft will remain Jn Daytona .be ... .plw..d. fw .... ...... A.h I a j
CfcRCE KEITH U attend the convention of the usr. d.Yaahtn TC-OL. thla T.ONO 5 .4ahJ lump"aid. OR ANY i ,

Opposite Citiien Qkok, Stuart. Fla. Florida' Association of Cornmerclat N t'Nh .,d hsa.MO.E ; I
Executives e.... rode .
Organization Anrt n.Yr c. BUILDING MATERIAL 1 I '
,.........,. 'i Sunday through 'Tuesday being -- .- -- --'--- I'
particularly Interested in }alk '

i on "Utilization'Program of the by State Local Advertising % (E BUY /, Junk, I CALL OR SEE I I;'

Chamber Of Commerce1' to be wrecked CRTS, 'scrap I-
given by J. Saxtoa Lloyd vice- !
r chairman of" the -commission. copper an brass. EasA Coast LumberSupply


t I Mrs. It. O. Judson entertained} &\
I at dessert-bridge Saturday at South rfixie Highway, a
her home on East 6th St. Three FoU Pierce
tables, were 'In play and high PhSne 129 Phone 22 P. O. Box 305 Jtuart,
score prizes went,to Mrs Wells
A. Llpplncott Mrs. Maurice Flagg i -----s---------
-- -
andMrs.. M. O. Llttman,
1 ,... I
I ( --

The Rev; Phil Maxwell, pastorof
the Stuart Baptist Church, A i
.r left Friday afternoon to attend
the 103rd.annual) convention of ssf I
the Southern Baptist Aaa cla. ; I
tion.In'Memphla H* will return WILL
May 2$. Replacing him during
l his'absence Is the Rev. U. E. ; a'
Reid of Lantana who with his
wife \to reading here with Mr. and HELP THE fclTIES
Mr*. Zack Mosley. '

.WW- Fat WT a CMC f.rfw'y luultm y- t.* a truck SCHEDULED 1I f I I
that'! h..vy duty ..... .ll fuck. CMC !h..v, duties h"f. ... CONFERENCE I I I' I
20.nortfla!! '' ,
brawny fr._ .', Jtk wi
to_tch.Th.p.h.y'.h... husky ad.l .and. ....- -l- technical speakers at the 2nd -MUNICIPALI ES I I p
thatbine to prorld Jlnwuiy u II forward apeed.0\ annual Florida Highway Conference ;
lydt.. up U iInchM. diln.t.. hw diN.lutarwssells. at the University' ot And Will Sponsor Measures t that the Cities I
.. _pcmrful' h\-heada ,. with*tra .lw.rr Florida May ti and June 1, see 1 -
7'... ....... crantBafts' \ receiv a fair share of State revenues colle ed, within. I
..... nwnr ctluf durabllltt fwtUTM. + lhems '

YM, CMC ....., ftltlM' ART 1 I
boss "H*! It UW .l..xi 1 CITY CO SIOf< .'"v -

salty modb sea\ now...||..,.. Regular Meet! s t[ For A ftrogram (of-Pixjg i e$f and Growth! Go 'to the ::

FIR ROCK Aua' AIOUNI 1 Nell 2nd 8:00 and P.:M.4t a Polls. Next fuesdly. and Elect' j f I II I

WItD.NE 'Ys .George \eith -- Your Representative I I ;
WILEY. MbTOR CO, Stuar I Hall 1

) :$ ,
RUSS (LEY !uhU Always Walcomo a 4 Ir.l 'Add.Yaaa.nt, PaM f.r ifrtond. W/,C..ri. aids / I l lIr

F.dsral Highway Phone 291 r
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..J i ?Sort' t bCRTEF'( .;THE BTCABT TOWS- C2UAgT.,ill.: .c COClill, tyLD11tIDAe THUtSDAT; MAT 94,1818

it BUILDING PERMITS III Its 1111 111111 l IIIIIIU II IIIlIlItllII 11111111I I 11111 IIIIIIIUIIIII III I iiiiimiiiiiimiiimmiii I I I Indian Rtter DHOe> + TOM WATSON SEES : Oranges SuggestedFor At very luw temjNre

I 'tfJ.1i.1 Pur D. L 44h.".. .,..,., SubdJ,,. I BLESSING IN DEFEATTallahassee sum becomes s liquid ass
I.'t .!.., tM II Slw l u. t""nut- 14 6r 20t' Notes of Interest To VeteransJoseph Girlish Figure devdoiJll aueb i.hmrn4ou
I'' for Win omi'lr *.rmv*, I toofa
Terming Lary action
t' Ana .ri T.vlu, ,. antr. LI6'l.' -(/R) that i RIO
.I II b'l,l" HUM..i.,"o. IAI'I 7. Ifll"k KIS 1'0", E. Gum V. A. Contact Officer Idoma Monroe to 'Be Wed hto\ defeat tor Governor a lakeland, May 20. (FNSt-The any lohtalner el,
\ 1' .,, .
:: kl 90r. Ie..te. 1B o I At office of a R .Lowery, it West Palm Beach.Headquarters Attorney laeed t
I "blesslnr In disguise; Citrus CBmmlsslon. Ischeckinl
II:30am. 4pm, Monday 112 Comeau Bldg. Florida ,
Feted Parties General 'Tom Watson announced up on the> latest Weft
; June 6.
IlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllD l I I IIIMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII,"" )"11111I11111111I11I11I11111111I1111I11"11111111' I his flftlclfll aftlvltlei will continue '!- 'of how to use more orange'*.

d LID ,. '; I. R E S KING I The number of Veterans Administration ed by The Stuart News as a ser by MRS VIVA C. BOAT ---.- to be In 'lIpportIt\ good Some airline stewardesses eat

II ''I"< ", and AL.TEt A ONSIILi beneficiaries, Insurance -,, rice; to,, our veterani. er,, Frank, Is on vacation In Government the fruit to keep their girlish
a It 1. w, d e p. .. Will) the date of her marrlag \ months
PA regulations and educational Q.-How many persons In the,1 Brooklyn) where he is visitinghis Ther are tight re- figures
> :' 'J,' M.bl. Ar ibaldj provisions are the subjectof to Ensey : / brother, Davy 'Korpi and Gener-
Ad' United States are eligible tor VJ, tat June 9. Miss IdomalMonroe maining my Attorney The commission ran across a
wet S. ATLAlniiiimiiiiiiimiiHiiiiiimiiHiiiiimi A AVR I inquiries and authoritative
benefits\ ? family all term of DWell to s.rv. the newspaper ;
span VA. / of Vero'! BeacK is being feted at story 11a Minneapolis
'It, answers by This I is '
j I publish- Merwln ,
Pain '. : : A. -It is estimated that' taor I a round of parties, A linen shower Harvey people My official activity, interest which related. bow the'
is having
Wlthffactfl WIVES I than 46,000,000 persons' (living! : was! given May 10 by Mr.. visitors an, Illness among, them Mr many and and performance to support Northwest A'rHnes' stewardess : .
veterans and their dependents) Barbara' Person of Eden and Mrs. during
t, '1II-LISl\I') from the North of good Government surplus poundage by' I
Mrs, Paul Kelley keep away
may become eHtfWe VA bfne- Enoch: Smallwood of White City that time will suffer no let- rou.
ulbly fits t i Fork and Or. and Mrs 'Edwin going through an- orange
./ under present 'J&y }962Z at the White City school where down he saM 4
SlKctMtully TwnU With One W..k Of Hiit.MMtloil the figure\ i la expeoted to rise to.62,300,00q. Mien Montl1tMr Ferson and McQuade, former residents of On the basis of complete but tine.They
i WHI\CROSS HOSPITAL 4 Edenlawn, now living-in Sunny- start out with one Grange 1
,< Mis Smallwood are tea hers.Trie Watson finished
unofficial 1 ,returns,
; build toabout
'I 1 r Wrol or lnlornnti.JI .acrea,, Jensen Beach, the first day and up
J : 4210 Cmtnl A_.. h.3.S601 St. Pitmlmrf. FID Q What \Is ncational advisement auditorium and''' dining, Mr and Mrs. Don Clark and fifth in the nine-man race 13 or H In at many gays
hrre Uie party was staged, for the Democratic! Governor
I tat the story
I.i I. disturbing
: Infant daughter, Carol Anrte, The
and why is It fretruired werdrcofated In fern: ship nomination
i UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllll asparagus N Y. June relates, to supposed to go away
l' ,
lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll leave
under the Vocational Rehabilitation will Syracuse "
:'; and star Jasdmlne with pink The accomplishments of my
BILlJ 8 Act? t paper> wedding bells In artistic t*, for Walton wher they will\ temporary defeat has been affected ty that time. want' to find
:i<< | FREES Aj-The main purpose of vocational array, ,Arranging ''this'' feature visit Mr. Clark parents, Mr. May there be some worthwhile The whether commission canned orange Juice
3' i advisement la.to determine Mrs '' and Mra..W. H Lennard. Clark realized for Johns
were Sarah Hull and Mrs 'consequences because
will do the trick as D
}I S usinees As 'c whether disabled' veteran U taking a' law course at Cornell
In our
Alice Government
MannA I future good Qutboard
,/ 2 Florida doe not have fresh. oranges
should train for: a profession or 'win! endeavor to makeIt 010BA
State I
f '.1 Equipment Sales and Service Co. for a particular>> trade or occupation : dance.program and flower of music contest Maypole entertained 'Mr. and Mrs: George Sawyer work out of me, personally and j the year around. R

I E based on his previous the,too guests invited for Lennard returned Walton the politically ,as a blessing,in dlsJUlse. Ocean' contain $ALES
Moisture "WheT and When You Want It" :x: education, experience personal the occasion.\ In the !flower con. first of the week from business. i iJ The Pacific all other oceans SERVIt
1r 1t I = IRRIGATION SYSTEMS r PS. POWER UNITS AND SPRAYERS :: desires and ability He is re- test prizes were awarded Jackie trip to Sanfohd! and ,THusvllleMrs. hav< already! publicly offered more water than 20 S. Di5ieIIIIIutll
1r I WF ANUFACTURE E quired to take a series of aptitude McOoarin Mrs. Adeline Laura Howard and Miss I my ;congratulations to the; and seas "
Free Sprinkle Portable Irrigation Systems' tests at a. VA guidance Schwclnerwerst. Mrs. Rosane.Kasnla Oeocvla Turner are adding a Winners and my thanks to my IIOIIIIIIIIIIIIII U l 11I11111I11I11I11111111I11I1 ll l l I lllnf l Illlllllllllltllti
center where he is Interviewedand and Mia H. Kasnle 'guest house on their property at i supporters Watson added,
L ..,.W poor I"ERCIT sat? ORANGE AVE. :: counseled by of t '
OPP..tte ,I.. 0 A Llah1..1....... e: highly trained specialists a group Thin 1 SIX tables' In the dining room .Eden 'The house, modern In 1 i Diamond are J judged by l
every detail, has large living At Crist Rock north of the l
1 1 1 1111I111I11111I11 1 1 1 I I I I I I I I I!!!I.I I I!I!I I I I I I i1I,!I!IIIII. I 11II11 I I I I I I I I I I!I II I I I.I I!I I!I I!I!!I!I II'. I!!I111111111nU.'. '.! :!'.!. 1 III-1 1 1 11/1 1 1 j advisement to Is Insure required under disabled the ,: seated served by the 6th assemblage grade girls that, Clare was room, bedroom, closets, bash andkltcheneti Shetland: Islands Is ft lighthouse = Brilliance and Beauty .
program the
Herbert Oass of Jensen where a wave once broke JIll a I
I SALERNO\STATION veterans proper rehabilitation! J i Smith BUrney, Avalon, \nl4.McOrady> Merritt, Carolyn andJsclde Beach Is the contractor. 106-foot rock formation and the: F I k '.: NOT SIZE '
Itself and
sides of the lighthouse
I 'FORMERLY DIXIE SALE 0 SERVICE ITATIO't1 I Q.1 am the beneficiary ,of a 1 McOuarln P-TA ELECTION HELD stove in a door weighing, nearly : .
f 10.000 national service life insurance Making up a golfing party i or half a ton 3 '4lid l Nor| den. Mt _..... tk... -(- .>
AMO 0 policy Are the payments II dinner In Stuart and afternoon Mrs. George Basso has been'elect C:. Pus, ......4. .(III. C:- .ta 0" pt ...
.1 I I am receiving subject $to taxation oil the Hobe Sound links Sunday d president ct. the White : ,0'lnl.J *.llk Slwii Jrmbn.fta.* eel.....
CAS OIL LUBRICANTS ? r i i were Mr and Mrs lane"Jen-i City Parent-Teacher AssociationMr of the week after a visit to Mrs =: non M .t b.lr .M 1- ....- J III_
I TIRES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES I A.-No. The payments of fta-* "'flings of Walton, Mr, and Mrs, *. Charles Moehle q{ Walton Wllmore mother, Mrs Ruth =: Meets pa _. ?ninny uh..r''MC
tional service life Insurance from f[ Helller\ of Jensen Beach was chosen secretary, Installation Richards In EdelTM: twinslived ..... ..../ tlool.
Quick, Courteous and Eff pient Service I such are wholly exempt from!' Mr. and Mrs R Boyne McPherson ceremonies were held May with their grandmother
r CREY HOUND BU STOP Federal taxation, I of Stuart 12 In the school with Mrs. N S. i during their school days and' are I INCS.' PENDANTS BROOCHES
Cold I|I Mrs Don J. Romanello. chairman Perkins conducting. Other of- graduate of Fort Pierce High ,
Drinks Candies Tobaccos Icers for the will School! Both have now taken up I f '
I Q.I am going to school inoer i of ways and means com coming year | STUART JEWELERS
P. O Box J 136 Salerno E. Beedle, Owner the educational provhlmvi of I f mlttee! of the Fort Pierce Wom- be Mrs. George! Kasine vice. the nursing profession. I ,
the 01 Bill and wouldlike! to'' OIl'S Club with Mr. Romanello president; Mrs. Jean Lattlmer I Mr, and Mrs Ben Cart of : = N." Artlu 1 IMiM BulUlE .
know whether I hove to set entertained last Friday with a treasurer; Mrs D. C. Smith, Memphis, who spent a numberof }
prior approval from 1A I//I wish I pyramid evening party. This publicity; Mrs. H. B Goodwin, weeks at Edenlawn a couple I Mt 0.t U Av R.sw.< Pr. ,
to change my course? '. was the, first of a series of entertainments entertainment; Mrs. Alice Mann I it years ago, were visitors of the 1 c
A.-.II you are studying in a. to be given this year. program,, and Mrs Hasel Small- Harvey._ Merwlns... recently. :niiiMiiiiiliiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiitiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiyiTiiiiiui; I !'! niiiiMiniiiiiiiiiiuii I
DOH" I' -
public school) or college, you no Quests attending were Mrs. Tre- wood membership. .
longer will need prior approval resa Weinert. Mrs Hazel White, Mrs. F. S. Younghusband, her t
from VA before changing\ your Mrs Elizabeth Llsh, Mrs. Nellie sister Miss Mary Scott and their '
L. GAltriLt"i" courses. 'The change may' now Wood Mrs. Max Shanefeld Mrs niece, Miss Mary Mullens left ;
: be approved by your school\ R. C. Phelps, Miss Madeline. Jeor- Friday for tbelr summer home
:. ger and D. H. Saunders In Margate N J., after spending I GEORGE KEITH/'IS/ FOR
W.b.ta d.0a.r a..ed pabl.a I J Former FBI men are helpingthe The Walton-Eden ,Property the season at the Younghusband
"\. t Florida Forest Service in the Holders Club met In business .home In Ankona I
To ink -_ aomttUaf W t .. fight against malicious woods cession\ at Walton- Community Dr J. A. Ottlin of Eldred left
t Spans hens". h UlnMti toM <.-bl. burning. Center Friday evening to discuss Tuesday for Mew York where SCHOOLS!
repairs on the building Charles tie will remain for a month. RURAL
unkntwi nawdr tunoU KZHI
II n ec I Mophle J. 1. Barnes and "Bud" Coven were laid for SO at the
... ...... ......... I
?\ bide WMI fill Order Now for 1948 Griffith appointed on the club Family dinner given May 12 by .
j I'' kr"D awm Mrt fc........ al a Ukal data Planting I committee had met previously Miss Jessie :Miller at her homeIn ,
with Don Romanello presidentof Bradenton when she honored RURAL SCHOOLS WHERE. THEY ARE
1 I ,14.\ -ptly. D.s154 mnJW .r .. biIdJ, suiMiMia AVOCADO Indian River Drive Association her sister and nephew Mrs E. R. ,

; t ry!\ and clotoil o( UMtkleol ......_ Clines. pUlyM and Dr J. A. Oatlln who Ensey, and her son, tonal En- I NEEDED!
r ,i" MAN went over needs of the Center ley, of Walton I who have beenier ,
( ( t4ktM.
,,et4\ twit t" (racde* ti PERSfifti LIME and decided on the repairs and. house guests for two weeks,I I Our central school system must be enlarged take'' l
{ totnrt.: If sufficient funds are left, to and Ernest Cooper who was celeirating I
: BrooksTowrrInc.N aeries. put In more windows and paint a birthday anniversary care of the growing population tlit the community
f.\ti tll1Bi DUUD 1f1DlP) the outside of the building This Cooper a' frequent visitor In .
should eith -
schools be PalmCity'doserves
I not neglected
1 .
\ action was approved by the club. Walton, Is the son-In-taw of Mrs. ,
t h THE REXALL STORPhone P. OHomestead. Bo S I I:1. members W: H, Tucker, the former UnaK. I a school of its own, and other rural areas need .

"J) 11 \ Stuart, Fla rlonda Bob The Hayes committee who has Is to charge contact; of turn Miller.In..... Nome of Walton qstsreiav.. Upon the. IIn.1 school improvements right at home f- instead of grade

-:I.,: --,---- this work for, St Lucle County seys. went, .t to Tropic nd 1'Jlhere I school thildren having to take long yu* rides into Stuart
'j. ..CommissionersAccompanying: they visited moth
,,l ,:; : Mrs. E. S. Golf tt Mrs. George/ F Ensey. who and back every' day I I'am in fa for of building new ,1

:- and J C.Chllson on a motor trip is confined to her bed. rural schools where they are ne/ ed close to where
.n to their; home In Minneapolis Mr. and Mrs. E Mlchelson left ,
fast week end was Miss Ethel\ last week for their; home in Chicago the children live. ,
: I Kynaston. of Ankona, who.aiij. after spending the' season .
A FINE CLRJOADE \ C'I. 'remain for a twoweekslt.! In their Eden residence '
I.. Mrs. Got and Mrs. Chllson have Mrs. Florence Cave and For A Program of Progress d Growth Go to they
.' I. WM EIM divided their Florida visit between !laughter. Miss Annette Cave,
Palm Beach and I nkona. left; May 12 for their home In Polls Next Tuesd and Elect
They were guests of M:s. Fanny St. Louis after another WinterIn
t Streeter here the Machan at Edenlawn,
The entertainment committee They will remain In St. Louis a
of the Walton Eden Property couple of weeks then motor'. to George Keith- Kot|r Representative
I/KITE Holders Club will sponsor a party Washington and spend the summer
of games and dancing at 8 with jton and brother, Ed. .
\ pm. tomorrow at Walton Com- ward J. Cave who has a general For A Progressive 'artin County
munity Center Prizes will go merchandising li.Ore.ln OrovUle.-
/ rui for games Albert) Backus noted Fort PolMul A4. :1 Cpl George Korpi who has Pierce artist, spent the. week end ..
i f, : been onthe Marshall Islands with A. D Merwln and Arthur
t : for three' months has returned Phillips at Edenlawn. ,-
,.' t to Egltn Field 111 At present Mrs Mabel Wllmore and twin i
.' time he Is in Walton on_a 17-day daughters, the Misses Ruby and BAR ASSOCIATION
furlough with his parents Mrand 1 Mary Wtlmore of NDORSEMENT

Jj i I ._Mrs. H'.A Korpi. His_broth:.. returned....to_that- JaCksonVllle'j J ,,
Not ;
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I i'Y I I a single, tiring lacfing .

I 1 I Your idle Richard W. Ervinfor ,

t ttLtHf:, I"'t \ money: (DJck) ;

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We being all the Oem /ratio members of the Bar""

I J 1 .r Per An/ium* ,w'a -,... Association. of Martin C inty, actively engaged; in:!! .I

i 0/ r practice;>> have endorsed/ ichard W (Dick) Ervin;;;,

41 InsuredflSavingsAorfounts for.the office? of.Attor/ey General, for we believe''

4 L444 he is'fullyqualified'' f / such duties''and will render

A PnJitt V CramMutn The Federal Saving/and Loan Insurance Corporation the State*.of Florida /valuable service.nsXTsrapfS .

Insure Individual accounts to $5,000 Husband .

i 1 i i't\ ,t, TO be completely satisfactory, a mod r It hat a record for dependability that and wife may have tAal 1 of $16,000, fully insured '' of. yoU'to go to ."" '

; II i car must give you many things.-al is unsurpassed in : industry First Federal eavirfts accounts are legal investment f
economic lor Trust Funds, as veil ai Funds held by Guardians,
: I! I Pontiac give* them fW And it Is amazingly. both to i
own and to operate. In fact, 1} you can Administrators, and Executors.
t It it big and beautiful-so big and beau
I ful that you can drive anywhere 00 a j afford ny new car,you can afford k Pontiac. ell I or Write Richard (DickX Ervin '

J occasion, with pride and confidence: Truly-from luxury to economy-there .
tl is not a single thing lacking in a Pontiac. .
II performs magnificently-and is
I i);, lowest.price car with General' l Mo And this; ii mlu/tyi true of Pontiac, year FIRST EDERAL Sig edt Evans Crary1" '

a I ,I l Hydra.Matic Drive,* 1 after year. So, regardless of when you '".' Judge Arthui'.Clonta

J 't' II rides .and' !handles so well Ihll,lh expect to get your next car, make it a Savings add\Loan Associationof i : i
i 1 11'j'1 longest )Journey is a distinct pleasureGarni Pontiac-and be e"pl'e/.all.lledl! Harry F. Dye" '

I 4 i' Mam IMr.*<'i*Or*.<'" 'diefeir.N Tiniaialaradd.uSlaA \ Indiarl River County v : I Harris"R. Lowery, Jr.' ,

), 1 TIM M IMS SCRAP ItM Ml Kid VERO-BEAdH( FLORIDA David M. Marshall i
: 1512-20th Street I Dial 2187 et Carroll
Dun i combe
1\\ WILM R. W. Sedywlck, Secretary-Treasurer! M. G., LHtmn

i TOR CO. ,Member Federal home Lou Bank and Federal John J. Moore

Savings.and Loa* tnaarancf Corp.
Tk T.; ,Oughterson. 41tH
'Current dividend rate
q 1 North Federal Highway Phone 291 BUSS WILEY t
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TOiUIS INCREASE CRIPPLED CHiLDREN What does It mean to the stars bidding for them I ,, !

( inventories rose 7 pel r CLINIC SLATED HERE Mrs. Evans Crary DefeatedIn IWAR'REN TOPSGOVERNOR Aid"! For Lyric people who see picture? It can Independent movies and for 1 I ''t I

? mean this. : eign films win have better :
urln'd prrentOrlea March while the Increase jnanw-omc dreni( The Commission Florida Crippled will conduct Chas Convention Delegate BidMrs. VOTE Seen in HighCourt's cheapi j6how In some houses! may be chance of getting Into the big j. I L'I! 1/1,/

1 per cent a clinic .t the Main St show bouses The I J i
fL DepartTcommerce office of County '
be able to
jconomic Movie-goers\ may
announcedaet.a1Jel'l' ;, Nurse nora M. Stanley, tomorrow -, Evans Crary, Stunt'snational candidate/ for delegate to then Action see Itst-runs of the big features public should get a more varied ; : ', t'
lnventoH In-, at 10 am Dr Charles Democratic convention 1 J Philadelphia next }ontb. Was BY 21,538 at their neighborhood houses.What tntertaljiment menu 't : \ 1
Dy $"1,000,000 "ppraxl- Burbacher will be the examining among the 15 women candidatewere il' from the State-at-large who does It moan to the Industry -i ,
ball of the gain. beta: physician assjsted by Mr*. defeated In Washington, May SO.-VRThe) ? S '
KHlle the May 4 first primary, find unofficial returnsi 1 (
Influencede I of
the ?
eaaonal secretary Supreme Court recently told the Curiously. Government lawyers r
pl FCCC In this district as reported by the Associated showed last Week end A tabu- Record 564,880 Votes Cast '
I e throw fruit Thl clinic la for children lest latlon 0(,Mrs. Crary votes was not available, but lowest of thttheN3tate in Gubernatorial billion-dollar! .movie. industry which( opposed 'the decision -
Buropew than 21 Id men and women elected from attend theh that it would have to think: ye / may make more motley for .' I
|jdrtce at tnewlywed years of age with trip- >at-large to Contest May 4 their pictures ijp) the lung run I II'
ling defects which may be convention was >E. B Oonnelt wit\ 71109 votesIVOMEN neW' ways to sell 1U mm. because there will be the
komeReHeffor helped by surgery, braces .or According to the AP from Tallahassee WV-Official( ) returns It said the old way were mating -I :
physical therapy. Anyone Inter Tallahassee, the "Solid South" from the ,May 4 Florida: It too hard for both the Independent ORDER '
1CHEPAWS ested In Martin or St. Lucle block of Florida Democrats, URGEDTO primary election showed Fuller movie companies and LOYAL OF soar '
Counties may'. call Miss Stanley ready to.bolt the party rather Warren held a lead of 21S38 over \the Independent theater !owners; MOOSE i I. ,
uncle,le68gs, .t 338Helluhi. than Dan Mccarty for the Democratic $1'\.IAA'I' LODGE Isle '
Nuarlar I accept President Trumanand to make a living MEETS S IW P. M
$hteaasa : his civil rights program for Governorship nomination court found that the present j.t mil trt WrUNFSDAYi '
,. Is believed to be the CAN CROPS" A record( total of 554880, vote The EACH MONTH 11
h.id MhNi..o a new term, holds llVi\ of the 20 method of selling films hadset ) ,
only substance which will remain votes the 8tat :were cast ]In the Governorshipcontent L
delegation will *
U.. OVA. up a ewes-grid of monopolies 6. JtUf.M"ft I
a state at
I for/ liquid temperatures have at the national Seven other candidate "creamof 1<
II" party convention I' the
N r M r s.,4 wrtaa .w Iw. close to absolute aero.TAST.E Jacksonville May 20. "Re- were eliminated and McCarty the which business"siphoned Into the hands -- .. .. .. .. ... --- III. I
cent of directors meet and Warren now ve engaged< ina I '
Returns reports
from the primary a at eight big movie companies ,1 :
showed ing of) the New JerseyPennsylvania runoff campaign for the non)- the ,
the othet 8V, votes in and Into the harms o. bigger
the hands of an Eisenhower Tomato Growers Association Inatton The .official theater chains which were will- St.. Lea 'e Bar & rill I Ij
figures compiled
slate and the anti-Truman Hate in which recommendation by of State R. A. Ing to play ball with; the big I j
NEW Secretary Cray
of Oov MillArd Caldwell was made for a general transfer eight
for certification: to ,the State .
tb other because of low
corps ,
/IN ICE CREAM The Solid South group, which low' Canvassing! Board also revealed The decisions kold'the, Indus I
to other because of "Stua 's
Deluiouu Sodas and Sundaes Made With la pledged to cast the first presi- toes, lead crops me to that! that veteran Railroad" Commitsloner try that it can no longer either I Favorite ,1'\\
S 1FT'S ICE CREAM dential nomination ballot, for housewives take advantage urge ot Jerry W, Carter,was elect. sell or buy pictures In bundles .
Mississippi Oov Fielding 1 1 L. Florida splendid tomato crop ed Democratic national committeeman Mov e-maker' like RKO Will I Imagination *** given to roan, to co enate him fcr f.
S(|ad Plate and Sandwiches Wright, captured 11 of, the with 64.016 votes--thre sell each picture separately '
have to
now being harvested Pantrieswith what he is t and'a sense of hu r was provided
Juudriel Cosmetic 28
rt delegation,,positions a little effort and fore- times as many, his closest; opponent and theaUr-owners, even
They elected It delegates at ,, though, they own chains t>t to console) hirl for what he is, ANON. .
thought, may belIed! with sufficient I
DANIEL'SVT \ large, each with half a vote...and canned tomatoes to car- Mrs. NcjU Alford of Jacksonville houses: will hIVe to buy for each 'I

). friendly pot In the Post Office Arcade six, district delegates who willhave ry the family through the year"said Was .re-elected Democratic house separatelY. ---<- I I import & low ,. <
> Jull vote on the conven William L, Wilson director national commllteewoman: : j Try our J er or alejlt ournew, price*
tion floor, Nine of the elected A third contest-on the second
-- Dictate Markets 'This applies
----- \ Package f
delegates, with 7 convention also to other fresh vegetables.! primary ticket was disclosed It I GIVES I plate I
votes favor Gen: Dwight Elsen all of which should aid In hold-, put Louis<< M Anderson and A. i I
hower for president The only Ing down the high cost of living' L Phillip. In a runoff for one I Ptte" Out Mix ogiat Bob" Kinkade, Owner ,
REALAESTATEHomeaite Truman man among 113 candi- and In'keeping up the best in of the eight Democratic presidential .Chl er, I II j I
dates Was not elected nutrition for Florida electo positions The 121 So. DIM Hv Phone 9133 t ;
id Waterfront age Oov Caldwell led all the delegate ,Wilson, ether seven went to Helen Hunt I HELl L t f I /
West, John O Jackson, William
candidate with 93469
from the \
RAionaoIa Reports I I.t
votes. Indicate L. Coats-Clyde W. Atkinson and L

New( Addrel"4tr| Street, Opposite School Caldwell advocates a new par the spring Farmer'vegetable* Market season is Frank Final W Hazelton 1 1FA
official return
ty leadership and a free-trading now drawing to a close In some ether Statewide contests showed I iI
delegation fight at the national sectlons of the State.
1'convention in an effort to keep Volume movement ot tomatoes the winners In every "case were! t
Indicated unofficial
OTT KUBINT' the civil right program out of was sharply curtailed by the those tabulations by the by Associated S! RANCHERS! < I
the Democratic platform,
of and ,
embargo perishable Press Immediately after the trst
Former Oov. I Doyle: t Carltonof weather condition In, the Fort primary I
Tampa who was-on the Cald- Pierce area, according to reportsfrom Here are the official return /
well slate of "DixIe Democrats," M. E. Williams, manager Of In major Statewide contests: I RCE/KE TH '
also were"elected.. Both are dele the Fort Pierce Brats Farmer Governor (Democratic)-F. D G !
gates at large with halt a vote Market. However, he report the Akin 2792, Richard< H Cooper
each market was stronger a* a resultof 8152,. Colin English 89153, Ber-I .
these! appear to be the Florida curtailed movement, prices
parr Macfadden 4540, Dan Mc
'JY Democratic delegates: ranging from 50 cents to $1 high. carty 161,788, Basil H. PollKt 1.-1 WILL ES ABLISH I 1; t fl
O Highest Your STATE AT LARGE:-dov. Cald- er than the previous week. A 281, W A, Stands 62,358, Fuller :. 1
cp4 Paid For well; 93469 votes; Former Oov. volume of 139.651 package were Warren 183326, Tom Watson 51,-I ARKETS an/a CATTLE "
USED CAR "' Carlton 73070 (Dixie Demo- shipped during the past week 505. J FAR1V MARKET ; :
cratsMrs' ); Hsllle M, Dowling for a total revenue of $524.424.45.' Governor Republican( )-Bert t"t"el
Seri Us Before TiltS and Uicile C, Tally, 74,360 Tomato sales accounted for Leigh Acker, 108g7 John L. Cog-I Why >si] Martin Coun 's produce have to a to Fort k
You 5,11 or (both on Dixie Democrat and $523,86193 of this amount; with dill 11,079. Pierce each the nearc/t/ State Farm Mark? I will "
0 I
Trade Elsenhower: Democrat slates), light offerings of pepper, okra, Attorney General -L Orady '
Norman 8 Stone, Jr (Eisenhower squash lima bean and eggplant Burton 132,964, P Guy Crews 70- ask esttown hI hment of Staffs Fanciers Markets a' Indian- i "
SUNRISE MO iR COMPANY )I, 7$,$45. and these Wright \ 134. Richard W. Ervin arfci it Stu"rt.Vlly) should rancher have to t
I.srxls meat' racy PHONE 1M Solid South" Democrats: Dr I LIVESTOCK SALESJacksonville ; Hugh L McArthur 81,047 143,447.1 our ''
Warren E. Anderson 77482Former Livestock Comptroller(; -Edwin O market. 'r cattle at Qkeechobee City? In antownntages II
I May 20 -
Oov fred p Cone 82,652E 162358, C. M Gay 242618, H. :
ie the lo kl I for aMartin: County Cattle"Market.p
received $205* point .
'B. Donnell 71.IDS. Frank O: producers Lee 52.499. A'j c
Taylor, Jr, 72,442, Frank D Up- 920.82'for cattle and ,hog sold State TreasurerR. T. .1 I will not Until Martifei County.has these adv. ': ,
9w To I COSTS church 71487 Mrs 1. D Alderman on eight reporting market dur ilsk! 81510. L Edwin I J i :
I 79101, Mrs. Lena Bird 78.- lug tne current week,. accordingto 899337State, tl4 ,
947. Mrs. Ruby McChesney 71.- figure available today in 'School Su Larson)1:) An Work For ti Financial Aid for ? I If
839. Mary D Sullivan 78781, Jacksonville offices of Florida Tom D. Bailey 207874. y I'l
ON YO Mrs. Mildred Taylor T7.225, Hor- State Markets Weekly tale Dolley 10S824. Robert C MARKED]BRANDS LAW! i s
FARM nine .
figure were supplied by
tense' K. Wells 77048 shall 80g47., Mar-j, I
currently operating Florida mar
t. H.
Hutchinson FIRST DISTRICT(Eisenhower.R and fcets, one omitting gross mash: Nathan Commissioner Mayo 320712 of ; Arrtmon, For A Program of Progress and Growth fGo to the t

/ Mrs J. Reid Ramsey Eiserinow-; payment for animals handled.i j '
McClellan 103621
I and Dixie Democrats) The nine co-operstingmarkets [oils Next Jfuesday! and Elect*
er '
? Rep Dwight Rogers was unopposed ]
.Getsl told a total of 3)10 cattle and .
i for the 4th Congressional
epTie. I! C.Avery and Mrs Fred T Nooney (81 hoga.FIFTH. ., I District nomination ,V /
I (both Wright), { Warren Jacksonville George eith-Your Representative .
THIRD DISTRICT-Byrd Sims DISTRICT--Louise W' quarters reported to
(Wright) and Mary Lynn Acker! McGregor Eisenhower) and Marshall, chairman of the head-j 11 1
Dixie( Democrat). 1 Claude H. Wolfe tWrlghtl.) tin County Warren- IM ,idl Mvern+roen SFU ft, t, FrlMdi, .( da'eKahr
HJIRTH DISTRICT-Thomas bUtrti DISTRICT Joli .Universal "Jap"| farming on I product: 8. Ferguson and Mrs Marie E. OBannon and Mrs Ruth S. in 38 of the States 67 counties II

boo basis, spreads it*coSt over many kind of Balfe. _(both Eisenhower: ), Wedgworth (both. .Wright). I I'and gained 33'2 per cent of the

ork. ti lighten t thi farmer'
round'the .clofk, dies job that otherwise WatSfront PropertiesAlong I natortal The Associated candidate.r Press count I '

would require three oi(bar separate machines. showed McCa:ty was IT IS YOUR SfTATE

the Indlen SL Lucle''river and Bob Sound, 'in 20 counties. English captured I .
7; Bhands 2 and the mt none. I
Oc Frontage Ir


.-Tbe Ualteratl. PROVISIONS-ADYiSED 't '
"Jeep" P beoc GOVERWME/4T YOIJR ,
op.u" .hydraulic, IS IN HANDS
and pull.implement u ua1Vces r ; Jacksonville, flay 20-Operators '
-h... 4.wkeebdriqpower :, d of fresh fruit and vegetable .
and traction for r packing sheds in Florida t ,,1'
r field work, with I low 9w today were reminded) that the By Yo'r Voles, Fuller warren .
ipwda of 2jS) to 7...p.h. Fair Labor Standards Act J- theFederal r1
S. '
t n Wage and Hour Law- : \lit 21\85 Votes :
".." "w limits the school vacation period i Led the t Primary by t

employment of 14- and 15- ,
Usiverul, "]cep" 1 h year-old boy and girls In this Fuller W pen's practical platE rm for good I I t

rock hiahtel6dent, .- Industry to eight hour a day, the 4f entrenched f ; ;1\\ :
7 atoused .
npable of rto ,,e. w uu.nt between 7 4 m, and 7 pm witha I government opposition ;
It s linked
Ilia, with bed plesry of 1T /" M" weekly total of 40 hours DurIng special intere ta, who make their money off the I d';' \ i i ,

mere. ear uup Vt school period, the working people's taxe They seek \o continu!in by ri I ''f 'I
bad knp going. time pf such, boys and girls, out- } power -
4v tide:: of school hour, is limitedto electing the pponent of Fuller Warre :,.1 ''I t : I II
three hour a day, or 18 hours\ t
fL. a week; I t f I

FOR HAULING ,. '. John Ireland Howe of) Derby, BEBecause S {E YOU AND YOUR F ENDS I ;I
Conn., Invented the first successful VOTE TUESDAY ,,! .
The Uol. <:11o'':! plnmaklng machine. ,1
cuiita up I '
-5, It .bu wheel drive forconventloail the aldwell Combine will vote its MacMme Strength, J i .
travel 4- tr. "
wheel drive foe dad 'I" I
toads,or ofi-road ....... ;Bl MiaREDIIMIX Therecord the character o I IJ

t I the knowle ge that Fuller j I I

I Warren, ,has to: offer as" gover- "vi 1. }4
n'a t
R M01IL)10WER r nor, prove, m to be the man i" I 1 ,

it6 opttbal 'ore a Wd.\, r suited to th job + +} I j '

w ra k? Gorse \I CONCRETE 1 t t1, \1 !I

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Listings 9! Improved and prowl propertiesThroughout BLOCKSSTEEL
M tin County ELECTFULLER .
THE UN/VERS/ / ) jeep :

'* Point R1er,ar- -Slyer Properties INDOWSMASOlRY : WARREN ,

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It' 'P : st MONO' ; nil peopkn; ;i;>l In a A < >. and Bit+I f"r I.'II... r < '" ",; I ), P o I. la s
.,').' a ship; pel mere hll"lIIlI i ms. ,.; ''t; A DEf" M that will Aid Farming, And
,, Votcl
IIr'IIr'CUD \ elation, bill u nnrs.il' I 1.,1",1 I I
C i eapreaaedIntilltutu l ,latt I ,l<-i si' ."'"! Rant DC, fishina- and the Tourist Industries Tues.

:I I I:.h, Ing world and flwmi'vil"(:hriilliki tl..t n::i:i :ti hr on an'If I 'I j cbjrage what Business May 25

I 'ij ranged on ,Ibis hiKx tr?IhfilvundcntnhillnA .j. i 14., Business Here. '
Wt/id| pru il, 'r''''I I Keith-Your Representative 1.f
\ ij:)j ail akin, "wotilij/ .. |Miil\!|' pn ,.1,1 I .George
,I 0 with work, limim. fi',,,il. rbdhln>' .";;.r <, ,
Ji ..
I 1/- Ad". duration,and egerenlintuit)"I'P"'i ilimilien. > "IM1tk, .I A mI..r.i Pull. /w I. F- d Cr,.. K.5al yDollare'
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"I : Christ iknn i "! il> t b1.undrnlnndingritC.dunQy I
Palm } ; .
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water, 1 .. ,. 'f ,. ,, ; _... ,., T*
( ,; healing Ihe.k-k./I i IInlnu. I II- )[ /J: : t fn I
laclUJ ";rI ; :''rj'( ,'ami r"I.lnll th' .'. .1 I I. ''hr,, i I ';\ l tt..':: '!' :;::.. <..!: :- ; :
:I aIWIII. Jjf.<::1 : ,\ dead In lhnulit ,in, will i'I' txxl" VU
," i'' f9': f' He unilenilooil ifmn l'<, br t < Ih "JI k p4.r Spent ,) Vat
I II 1 '* of God, Ilio rtpraAloli, l n' Intl i 1n: At .'
I, Love, Hie. roHuinl" .ni n, ,'I.v'I i "if .
I J Soul Splrll, lie allot;ifil. a.> At Homo <*,
1 'color creed of mint In thus BUSINESS
M"V'j I
1'" flection, and Ihnxijili l Ills u Stay DI.R'ECTORYI

,\ landing/ of limn In lie j T.., Tint", I I" t Mi' I "pan' J1.I .i I II II"', I' .' ik tin "uld ckmcd Sir record over a I I VU

,, Cod True he fellowship taught. '/ iron li a LPodln'rhnatkri natural.oil.,,,- i iI I ,It \IIJII, t ti" V'' ,JUll.i 1"., ." 1t'd( !. 1 mi list, !lilt, J'I ""I'' ,t I. ,tulr" |Ion., 'In'IIItot! ) plune had to You* Business ,Card In This Section Every Week Will I Bring You BuainepSTUART

3'' \ /{ come of Uimthkf; !! ,lour. \II a tilt. I h ,I ill .alt a'tit! Ii fIIyLP rill, n hilt'. Ii. hr d II",pie" of bud wciallmI __ .
I 'J", evidence! nf splrilinl ..llIIk'r"t'lJ.d.I l' I I Id I \11 I Itt ?, I'I I, } I ''''II"t! <-.d k', W A. "njl>| Wei, -,'

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f I.,d j' In (the IcktWik' nt (dlrititan, !Nil --- '' "'- """" .r TR'Mu
I 'i", enre, Silence mil Hi'i,!till mill 'I Week's LegalInstrunients LET s PAINT CO. Fred T5afford N
I .Key to the Srnptuns : In: Miry. II III'l F iller +
I t I' 1\:(\ Baker I My' to retld l; iii<:| I'M, I'l WMCKERVIN Civa Your Cal" nr Truck PAINTS R tend i iI
1 i' "When Slug> ilhine |.It"'I,4, an ; A Complete
understood, U hi') '. of fellrm',lu os.uuii I I I tPLAADCl/ills AMEL$
I |> in tune --I It
mind ,Is .aol l at WAr *,,ilh,, 1U'"U""f.' ( "J I I Pesos or All Ka. Dol.. Ir An
but all have tint Spir I i I, do I, I I source, In 'Ki.inLnouwith : I. tanrm i/cC. $.anLi.. $o e the Srriplunl ('<1'11111111/11: '1.1:1! : I' t.thn......1. tie I Standard/W Co. D.PONT'C I
lotIn a. Ilk h.'I.0. in "II"'"* If Hrlll Nit EKPERIEr, a to allah'a' ad urn Siuar4 rids
this Mind ,Iw In you. \,'IIr.'bif"! "' i ,Il Yeas I 11 also In hrht: Jems. *:i Kntt I i to I ,,,.w.; id 61.1., his Kilo LEDGE d awuS, I1 I rLAGLEa A ., ,
00w Yn All RALPH P. C ANDLER_, P. 0, Arc r, 0. Doi p7 Phooe s gqlqd
The blind tin I wm In (:TirislJesu 1 T. c' guarhr .r po 'it dwln A. xurtnr psikal w east hi. TRAIN, HMWq 'r I JACK Y at Ra
,, .< Is Hie source. mil ..at. .':lance ,Ida' .
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fi. r ( t' tNG fur t .51St .1 Alsnrw, .
of all Inlelligenre : ia
End jratuuny 'Ap""". C' 11..1 ,. Wlllo.... I'II.hI..r" I
resentment, fear haw. no ,place In : Duo i- Gats al n hwe Enl d ,la iaiad
this Mind; therefore: thine Mara '''''tik C.iumy In rail A Coupon, and, The Beal WelOrdvdotors
of thought cannot IIP nHlIf......' I, *L if lodina.ATaIiACTION, I Jensen Plumbinf A Heating
by the. man of C eI'o.I creating. Instead $ Of MORTGAGE due U rsn w aa1..Ice we. GENERAL
man, .R lu! txpniMloD of I C aaa., 1.nh of nlia.t,' ti c..aa. II I II ,, % I I SheM Metal [
I rlllap .1 ,,'" ': k .randhk Irrd ears.r '
God, Is lovely: and lotnhlr. good Itlanrt Yoe s. C"r ,io WIllitn. t SURE ELECTRIC '
and graiiam. jot OliO and free, Into .t:; PUMPlbB lYSTtMSTN Aurlloat D ,tJlO
w lth no t taint or wurlillnieis fie I MORTGAGE TRY THEMA tHEY ppllances es. Jill ,UhtM er Ts .a F RD
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can neither din our MUIOK. kill I"" '"' t t Sh"'u
.,. Kitchen, iVndry,
nor be killed for""be 10 i Mir pure- ,. J, i h li,' ;I'':" I I':""h A. A.,a,:n.t'?, II., n'''' I N4 PROVEN ABILITY .. ARE MOJTC THAN Cabined until ART P MBING SALES .Yana
aM k. ti.mdt'n" y .. ... 1dU .. a-, andjll STU (
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splrltual'teflr'lioll ot' inllnlle 1.1, I Ai"u '" ".1 '.. "",,,. I..", ", a APT TC/HAVE' IT appliance. Blatfoa, & METAL RKS
Love, Life anti Truih/ Ko rln.rll NI, ,'r'I h..... 'Iar' lw do, SUN sad hw WRECKER\Eg ]
the .jmtii. horn. "inlilliReme< { j +, \r" ,:W h..t: Iur L.,.' u.m ar ,, .a' u.tin 1:.,1" "i'1 ,,,........hlo. ....111, Dlek Ln4REME MARTIN UNTY aox w. Lour RtlPHONE
and of Mind' O Udirist I i : Jcnsei
slrenntli Beach
Jemu" acid "ilh CWIMC ,, lnI.I I I Ytn't Jr I", rrnhL 11..11, i ,., .'..... ...blle ""'.... I i; ----P- 75 PNa+nr D.r l d w I Nw I >:111
lion and prnof I Inhn 111(11.MI:) 1 AfFIDAVIT' 1 1.I _
and nip latter are' 111141." If vwliundersloo .I 1 4. Tit,? in 'rh 1'.01' ,' i iIN
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\ l Ibis ORDINANCE I --- -
j < great xpirlliiiltruth -
thus 111 h' ""y '"f Wed iVi The I ulllSPECIAL !, 1 FR ON MAY 25Yos ,
,J / Inif HOME Bi Lc
i relationship. with God, liii roilFalher L. k Uh._, ,u. I"WARRANTY";' .. :' r vote for (CHARD W, ERViN is accntrililttip I j '

1 he I Mother lintlhertiixxl, lie wuulrl) nf dmuastratc ntl\i'l.'> t' .Ik! ,Y ? sal* fDh.nett.WARRANTY:: to g d government in FLORIDA, BE SURE Uncle Billy
': MUunderxIantUnm. tiiimitl ntis.In "aMkryanpe, : &_Y. sr nose I. tel ..
'l'' the blind of (JirUt. mm c 'a Pd.d Pw Ce Mu,., Mod. Oak LitinNOIX '
they e Coat at
.; arise ia et ibxti He know dlrioe. !I tlowCciiVDEE0NI5TRAToa6 I Ir TO VOTE (II............ ....M>AMl. hrtbu A.IW, Eri. r. wglt.nrl,
.: .: Mini) In be .tllf. onh Mind I II 'J' hsnbtoroor'.',. o ....,i.' ,.' B Danot I

I The clones nf Nor live. luit| tvento tt I. It-ti eco to SIMPLEVw Hi!, Kilt.QUITCLAIMS .", ./ u, .TUESDAY '0 I'm sure you'll agree ,thai
.I \ lie In She I fDt' t beltrfs unit eru.It I Re in
iI \ fears of mnrlnl proud: We ,iiimt t 1 it:_.''::::..:..t t9,+f L.nJ.V'umtaart. let i iI iI I our history ia BASED on th P. 0. Bo 6l!
I t 4"t rf'IIIOtb./ crib'"' lo, rrasi the I MAY 25th vJ RIGHT 'TO VOTEf' That One Block test
\f.' effect 1.- lOll, Cunl): |1. dealt ba. m'knovkdkrU I I 4l1GID Rtw dies gr ..,,,1\1\ ,a <1 fl..n.'rllh.d" M tor; nti flattiiii;, from warm w'' 'I RESENTATION U takW It ht
:,' the one and ".in cause. 1'a rot' i wid' (atitodu ocd aTfcctLng the I ( a
;" nine mona. pitf-ily m fixf" "* reOec-- ciimiitf D( afifa'-t-nt laqda: IbsQlllf o u: -- ) MAN BYTHE THpOATI( So,
l6 lion eleralrs iHilh' etrcntti Muttlng to) the 1 I'm out to say, 'a* of now,
: 6t ah.t.1: ;:: :
1' purpiue ThuS! we 0t4l'ot Ufx Jo the Japan (Srrreut 0 TODAY, that if a men HAS
J: fellowkhip on a IIpjl"iU41 l and sUrtJng In the Western fOR ONLY J9995 v0y a e' TO FIGHT-whether
f', .r]; hence en enduring bu. .. Pi.clfk, the AS ilha Current a twenty, we're treat BE SURE
:,' J We ulinll love nor neighbor as yNWf.aa nunn uiorm the cast S DIRT
: I'' oneself alien "l' pernKt, Ihul 1 <..'ir Mtif >11th.< tin East Austral T t.ngo a in" him to REFUSE
Standard ModeWe've .S
neighbor in bin true aetfyuat lib.r1 I. Current nrjr Australia and sa, I HIM TH' VOTW RICHTI! TO VOTETUESDAY
;,;{ .dulselfroprenara/soddrlip.. c Broad (utrr.l. I lI The,'. no greater TAX -
/latest the
PrUtlpliMt\. 'fur mom, I Is Coda !90'emThe greatest a h you know these ar* facts-
: 'Image fin wn. footer in ourMtlvnithe I
qualilhfS. we cwi.iiltr "c""b, and the lowett-pricld of all than makin' a man FIGHT I IMAY25tli
*valuable l> and enduridg\ \ and dn weappreciate Hwoe CM.r I t a WARI He dare not retort -
., time niiiilllin' in automatic v/asfersf I 7 though bib tie* at' cut I
olhersT. Ojwn! ""I.r..i| ,lion !ul,I the I short, and we send him i to \
goal chnrurtcTKlH-t nod I vh\ t\\'lit I --? ea til //4J region. afar! Yet boy ialh'r j '
of' .Iben l in lint ,
proof in si Jllle i I V
s'Sea y" TEENS in
\ -now family _
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degree thru same (jr K lK.iul>- | '
it I tain In us. I I, I the only washer in the scenes it'* proposed we .
Ixivc for God and 'ifi,.n.. 111.. frail, +e --w- :__ *
i i of iiriluul, undersluntlln: ; :' : : I Ipennente ]WOrld that can even put in they no VOTE.
| you take note BECAUSE, OF THE'R IMMATURE
our I'liilruuirs in : : ;: I I BRAIN J
\ vclnp| true broiherbuuti. tow UHversul I SBJ.
from 5 JknJix Vt
usheri ,
fellowship which Ju-.u I II-) great We'.a". never atone (Not my iwI ALONE)-for nippin -
I lustrvttd SI. I Paul anal, (II I ( "nil. I I and get nil of All the work g1 li l I v I th' achoolm' of boys)'it's th'. one time in LIFE, when th W
tlunnn 3:111, Ollu-l' fuwulaliou i of washing! Easy wroth! NEW CLOU V : ftelm' i* RIFE that LEARN IN' IS PART OF THE'R JOYSI! CverkoColorado S I
t can no malt la' hi."in lli.il 1 is I 1.111. : j FOR DUU.1LirrtEss
I I'm all for Ih' thought that Uncle Sam OUGHT A Sll
to keep an
: which is Jnm (lirM: I I'msuroad' 1
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fellowship mutt. I... liuill I uri Inn f HAIR adequate FORCE, to lick ANY ONE who' a ni5on-of-.- I hlttle
\1 iiiIt fqunilal.im Then II will bi in i i First Corner gun"-BUT YOUNGSTERS WE SHOULDN'T;, COERCEI! Fully equipped
during, founded, in.nm the curl of l L kind of cabin
i Truth, I'M! lluleUtvt bcxtu"' i Served I ; i p Furnitur rep/ lyI

,; : Vapor 0" V
I DeLuxe' i Beauty Shop Spraying.
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i f A fossil Cm thaI BP'v\' Dprthistorlc : I'I

I times has bpHI c.i),-:
1 Hall's Elect ServicePost ; --'I Get Mile of VearREC
( ,f covered !in China and U' 'IPXwill c Boat Storage i I I: Electric COMPLETE and Bprfrigera, Q e r'S

soon be planted In a Miami A
t Arcaci f tion SEJ ICE
:. tropical garden The trig h the Office Phone 13 Fresh In Meats,
I Ir Water, No Job Tcf Large Or I YOUR T ES FroA F"*
r J I tnetasequola. which uuemblo s Coverd Stalls; I Too Imall And .

I the swamp cypicss I Itlned.. Md..Ir AJv P.r.Ina r ttm by Cinalrl rood ofD. HOBE SOUNDELECTRUXCO. .tads...'.lane n ai a sobN u RwE Lt Eea
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Jack >n't Boat Day Phone C H A 0 N'SI Jensen

I ; orks Kobe Sound 3271 Ser. I Station I III sour K..' P hp

Nile Phone Federal Highway PIIONE/3U
i SAVE Jww. a. rue aaa w
Stuart 347-J
; OUR BEA ,HES j _

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t C A EY'S ChristopKElectric I CO

1, II golden ate Camp I' DrivtwBlocka Bra

ilea of our oceanfront and riverf roads have been I Cabins \ Trailer* Shoj TO VOTE !Tile,, eptie i'

I II / jadly undermined and in Cases d royed by beach Beer, EatAnd Gas Fad I'

M erosion. Numbers of homes are i ii danger of being I. Bottla Bee>\Served Genera*Wiring 'TUESDAY'MAY2Sth E.ryth g In

1 1f He' at New washed into the sea This is a tr lendous problem Sunda2'i I Appliasfe Repair* DU TILa i

LI e..If which we must face. We need th help of both our milca So tuart, Flf NE 117 Si. ts )ECU ]

We'll give your worn State and Federal governments tons ve iti.yl will work, Fed., Hightwsi No. IPITCHRDRD'S I France pl. j Annex I Box 938 Pk.at

I fatigued tin* a "gecond as your Representative to see tha there. is action on __ _

f wind" that'll) snake 'em beach erosion before it is too late!
ride like bran-newt! BringIn I A '
your old read-bareal' F HALE SarC h

.1.1r '+ a today jif'tlReuon.be 1, We'll r< ew 'em In For A, Program" of Progress and/ Growth' Go to the 'P' Se walls ROOFING AuBLAI

) rice. Polls Next TVday: aM Elect : ; TRENT Boat ousei ND
Cottage!and Boat M a

1 Stuart R ap'' SffoodWHOLUl All Type, Marine Re epairing And .,

I 1I ServicCha.on's George ', Keith Your epresentativeCMTI *. .4 RETAIL Cpnsi iction
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Scrric- taboo Bail t Sale I Ivan ylor Phon, f Ul and Leav ,Al't' Vi"

4 i so. no HIGHWAY U. a, t /0111 .......... Pad .el ,...... et / IMla) DENSE 'REACH': I IA.1 P. 0. B 474 essage
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