The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: March 21, 1946
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
oclc - 13020754
notis - ADA9184
lccn - sn 86063019
System ID: UF00087096:00116
 Related Items
Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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WAS 0 HANDS LEGION ENTERTAIN II 111111111I11I1111I11 READY VETSAll II III TO iU11il1111110! !I Florida Struggles Find COASTGUARD 1 I iiiimiiiiiiiiimiiiimiimiiiiiiiiiiiimi IT MK.IIT' IS WELL BE Plan Golf Course '

Si'itiXG-,4\D SO ITIS''! .
;i Means of Curbing Hyacinths I I
SIGNftTIONTOMler lit", ill easiness' for the REPLY TO PI.EAFOR
I Florida birds, this morning,
biff legion party tomorrow, ', r
I j wen singing that popular song North of Stuart n
Frlilav, March 22 at the II TALLAHASSEE March 21 i iX
Service cither
I : and streams, the plants hit. "It Might As Well Be I'
BOARD Club building. nccoielmgto f APi Many Florida anglers are sank to the bottom to form a PROTECTIONPicture Spiing"-And so it 151!

the committee' In charge, i 1 barred Ivan then favorite fishing I lImy deposit or, still\ worse rose Early mankind. like the ,

I which expects'' to entertain a I spots this year by an exas- I after an interval and floated in birds, depended on Instinct and net( !I-h..lt) ,. eoimt\'- \\ixel utid c''"lln\\'r'JIIII\, | >oi'e'd tenth I

Quits Alter Vind" i couple of hundred ItI'al'rt- I peratinsb beautiful water ,I an lll-smclllng surface mass Not Bright BecauseOf observation to inform him 1 crII'-e c -it uitiel t'huut. eme mile nor'Ii i '1'I Miwit! '.n !tic: \l"1'e "II 1 101

Clp.I ration In Recent trans: and service\( men). with hyacinth blockade, The only (effective way yetI Limited Funds O'Neill I that the period of the star' : I' d I" I !the' t flolll'l'ltl l( hljrhviHV !rtctiscl, imp) <'\tli- yesterday I

School I tlll'lrI h',1f and sweethearts' ,I The aquatic plants, clogging I found to cope with the situation Writes had arrived when the seeds whets llsuyin: l eoiniK! {'ol11mi-.ion .II'lIinI'd i) ) a 1 12mii I

Strike"I I at a free barbecue on Hip lakes and sll'l'amsl'lth a riot of I Is to lift the hyacinth clusters I I II burst forth from tile ground, (i'nuury i' ( ,011!i < omnn>MOII to l'lnclpal I Service (liih\ grounds at 6 green and lavender, are a them to epiakUlg' for a group of int '-
p I I I I p. problem I from the water carry \V, V King, president of Stu- which had laid barren during! I
,Hall t thigh Schools m, to be followed hv' ;a dance; in most southern states but the banks and leave them to art Sailfish Club, has receivedthe the winter months; when INTERIOR PLAN t tl'Il't(1(1 golfers and others In-

gut\ \ d tender- 1 It X::30 p, m .\dm I"inn to the( create the( worst headache\1i \ I wither on shoie This is Impractical following, reply front Rear I Mother Nature would attain: rested In developing a ret '-

lit pa', ', \, ,teidav to dance i Is $1 per couple, I'Meilfor ) i tropical Iloiida where winters because of the Immense I II Admiral Merlin OMelll. Assistant begin to produce all mannerof rctttiomtl) asset, Phil Pence outline

,I ;I H Rollins l presently enlisted iierson' I iaic net sufficiently severe to I manpower which would be nc- Commandant of the U, S I new life. ON CHANNELS TO d to the board a proposal by t

l r.111! ,Ii! of this 1 lid who will be lulnutlrd I Iree, I cub their mowlh I cessniy to do the job on a statewide Coast Guard stating that an I But modern( man, living ulan : I I )prop rty owners In the area ti
tlf'J June 30 Menus of all No one has discovered of donate approximately 100 acre
J wars are uelumc much basis and the difficulty Investigation Is underway as to
of Intellectual realism
I age '
::'.' i Jdlbh stateJ : and special Invitation use for tin hyacinths Cattle I keeping pace with the fast-grow- advisability of u patrol vessel at must be told by the scientists BE I REVIEWED\' toi the project. In addition t<<,
J ,, lor his I Iv have been' Issued to Mitham Iced on them but gain almost ing weed. the filet that the venial equinox oc- I the golf course a small club

\\at..o, iied to the 1 Mil personnel no nutritIOn Horn their waterlogged However, experimental work Admiral Merlin wrote: cured at zero houi at midnight, I house, tennis courts and<1 other' i

'era '" and turI I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiCONTESTS leaves and blossoms An I: on the problem is continuing, "Receipt It acknowledged of March 31 when old Sol entered Th'. Was Department will hold : recreational Improvements would

cliara :' hi school I attempt to make fertilizer from I| The state game and fresh water your lett i' of February 23, 1946, the sign of Aries, or when u series ol public hearings on 1 be made

hen ,',?t several ''I them ended when several truckloads I I fish commission-Interested because Inclosing a communication from the solar rays pointed a direct improvement for flood control, Appoint: to the commission

Ills h. I ibout this I PENO i, of the plants wilted! to a of the handicap the hyacinth E W Dutton of Port Sewall and ray at the Intersection of thocaitli navigation, and water conservation I woe: William V, King, Hall:

01 I few pounds of usable material, ,I \ blockade presents to an- other yachtsmen, requesting the ',< equator at the Inter- of an Interlocking Interior Cromer,, Lewis Oamble, Phil

""Id, upheld I Opinion Is divided on whether t I Bleis-has appropriated $4000 assignment of a vessel to patrol section at Greenwich : system of waterways and lakesin Pence, H W Saunders, Jack

''Aa'.J his,,poli- IN ELECTION FOR fish benefit from presence of to help with the Job fat Lucia Inlet, and the establishment f Eels Note: For further Information Florida I Coleman, O H. Tilton, Fred Hall,

I ,-t. uistrationpubhclz I t th. hyacinths Some say the I The hyacinth Isnt native of of some form of rescue page Leland BJUCT, These impiovementi\ include Boyne McPherson, Otto Ma-

ar.1 I tightly matted\ weeds protect fish Florida The popular version of station In this location. This Instructor of celestial navigation projects for the upper St> Johns tou&ek John Hcarclon and

SCHOOL BOARD frosts ansle-is while others Insist '' Its instruction to the state has matter Is receiving consideration < River and marsh, North Fork Thommas Hell 11'1',

c: 'iKnation. I the )plants draw oxygen from it that a woman gardener ob- and you will be further\ advisedIn Anyhow : that lack of urge of the St Lucie River: a water- : The group will meet at 8 0'I

b I'I, 1 I 0, assured the water, killing neighboring I tamed a cutting of the tropical the matter In the near future human Inertia, today assumes I way irom the St Johns to the clock tonight at the court houseto

itt Il1t. school'' Tilton n. Hataway, Hendry aquatic' lift plant many years ago and placedt "It should be pointed out how- the title of Spring fever If I KiMilmmec River and thence to dIM'uways and means of

at; WIll con- vs. Michaelion for I I, Theslate\ has experimented I In her lily pond. I vrr that since the cessation of you have It. d in.t worry. you're the Stuait.Foil Myers cross- furthering the )pioket All interested -
ntfaI .111', schoolinterest Board Jobs with many methods of controlling It prospered remarkably and hostilities, wlthdiawal of funds !''ust \ietim I of the season of state waterway a channel irom \( i)1I'1'on'i arc) Invited to ,,
FI't'I Its public-spirited felt available for of the fcinl nl to the Indian River near ;aheadCROSSING!
'?' ,I the lovely) pest Poisonous possessor operation th yeah which gives new nn : '>
;,to 1 le; I ,hall not Unless the pic tun(' cl).antes by sprays have been tried but these, I it would be a kindly gesture to Coast Guard has resulted in the petus tlJ life -Oh Yean I Tltusvllle; n channel from the
\ on noon Ftlday March deadline:? decommissioning of vessels Ok) usaliu River thiough Lake
though they killed the plants, many
r< h III' Uppnepresae I I share Its beauty with her fellow LIGHT
urn ,.. rom the l ld for qualifying, the only contestsIn I did an equally good job of exterminating I FlorIdians So she deposited a which otherwise would be iiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiimmmiiiiiimimiiFLAG Apopk.i and Lake Dora :o Lake I
the local political!! situationwill fish In the surrounding on active duty, and It Is expected Eases and adjoining waterwa\s
to -
d roe:', nee be In two school board laceaO waters liberal quantity in the St.. Johns that future appropriations PRESENTEDTO and from Lake Eustls to Lake
5ter a :"? in II Tilton, Hobo Sound, aOyear I When workmen1'1'1' river, The history of Florida for this Service will be drastically Infirm, thence to SIlver Springs I PROTECTION IS
mation of sent out
I I nlJ'/1
resident of that area, reduced. whIch111 neces- and! for a system of Interlocking:
records no act of philanthropy
I ,,, It glad to in boats to cut the hyacinths and
onracHonai who In the gasol and insurance require careful consideration HOSPITAL BY and unalimi\ channels having!
was IK inly very:
,,,' : ,'quested inalnur leave them to die in the lakes that was less appreciated
principaldetails business before his pie- of the final dll>t.llbu- a cI pth of 12 feet and of suitable ,
: .. rent activity as landscape< gardener 4 DAMAGEfsUlfsFILED Hun of available personnel and \', idth from Palatka to the Indian -
t Its I .: I' c FCA TAKES OVER best the\ CAPT FOGKT River at Sebastian, Melbourne !-
and supervIsor! of estates, AT COURT 'qnlpment I to serve i
/ c : I has filed In opposltlm to O D. needs of all sections of the Eau Gallic or Cocoa Salerno And Two Stuart

iltces\ ,'llct, MisLI Hataway Indlantoun for the i' Four damage actions have ci untrj', Horn TltusMlle!\ to the St Johns Crossings To Get Flash

; ;) "\ Davey school board post foi District i 3, ,, been placed on record at Martin CAMP MURPHY This office thanks you fur Army Dentist Gives Nazi thence to Lake Tohopckaliga Signals C

pau'l meet next Hataway, Incumbent tiled March count court house Florida bringing this matter to Its attentIOn War Relic To LocalInstitution thence to Leesburg on Lake liar- ,
v e1W4 '''ipal for 11. Oiivhound[ Lines, Inc.. vs Roy'' and as stated above will\ its, thence to the St. Johns neat F'la"hll1.I1B18'!/ will be installed -

''J 1\ puma Tilton has served .is a trustee. Sincere, $29000: : .T T S. Baker vs. SURPLUS APRIL 1 1c. ads s.e you as soon as inves:Iga Dextei LakeHealings at two crossings!! In Stuart ,

t.-,- I Ilk, and said that his derision to run Cecil M Yates, $15000: A H, and lIOn ha been completed" Di C M, Foght, discharged will be held at Lees- and one In Salerno to take the J'
moo I eons, for I burg hall, 11 a m. April ha/ard out of three
"was caused by a desire to help 'II H. Stevens vs Southeastern -- ----- A i my captain read the request railroad 1
dace .pri12, I the schools the accreditedlist I Oil Co, $10000: and Vest Disinfecting V Palmer Now Taking in last week's News for a flag 116.I Sebring court house' 10 a m, crossing death traps, ,

I put, and see that on school money Co vs Carl Bess, $8- Inventory-Disposal\ Rev.- BLOCK PLANT IS ;, to fly for) Martin county hospitaland I April 17, Fort Pierce city ball I The State Road OepaitmentI I II JI
000 went light 01'1'1''Ith a 10 a, in April 24 Titusxllle courthouse I turret fjt.19"8 calls for expend
OFAGE[ LOSS .* spent for the benefitOL, the ,.. lations Coming I | beautiful, all wool, 6x8 stars and 10 .1 i m. April 23, and ture of $9.000 at the St Luclel t,

: entire county"J. INLET COMMISSIONERSVOTE SET FOR JENSEN stripes banner Because of the Klssimmec cit\' hall, 10 a. m I Avenue Crossing in Salerno and

S Mlchaelson, Incumbent TO REFUND BONDS The Farm Credit Administration : intrinsic value of the gilt and May: 9ROSS |I for $18.000 to put in crossing

STEADS has filed for reelection to tin i which has been designatedas the war story attached to it, the -- 'protection at Avenue C and

school board for district 1 I. Jensen St. Lucie Inlet Commissioners, a disposal agency for the Schonberger Has Purchased 'gesture Is mote than oidlnaiih Fourth Street In Stuart.

Beach A A He>ndry, Je .i- ncludint mcmbeis of the Martin I Army, will officially take over Equipment for New 1 appreciated. WITHAM The money Is fmnlshcd/ by

111 C II nt\ home if-n, Beach, filed list week 1 IIII'i ountv board and two repres-I the war surplus materials at Enterprise : Capt. Foght, a dentist with I the federal government with

'n 'r ,"oncstead the saint(; post I ,ntitlvcs frosts St. Luclo county Camp Murphy on April 1. according the Combat Medics. went into 1 the State overseeing installation
: to C. V. Palmer of Columbia I APPOINTED TO I ____
\oteel Wednesday( to refund $90- --
?Uc ,less they Only counts commission 1',11- N Schonbciger, who opened a France with the front line troops,
the. .e' 'ore April cMdates so 1 fur are R L W..I (000 worth of inlet bonds The S C who has been 01111'I'd I shoe repair and Army & Navy I advancing Into Nazi home tE'I'I'I-I OHIO VETERAN BUYS

Ipr 4 ".n 1 the ex-I| District 4, Pain: City and 0 D I funds which were due to soon I Ito in charge. Palmer and a staffof 1 surplus stock stole on Flagler too On ente'ing Dortmund,, HIGHWAY PROPERTY

Ion MUeltt ; 5 ,'isor A, C Qulnlivan, Dist Oct 2, Stuart on a four per cent Interest I assistants arebusy takingan | Avenue here in April. 1943, plans Germany, his outfit took over a SERVICE POSTRoss FOR TRAILER PARK
Inventory of the camp at I ..
'SOl) I basis were refunded at three per I to go into the business of cement small town in which was locateda
,., iciit\ The new serial bonds will pl'l sent. block manufacture at Jensen factory turning out Nazi flags :Mi' and :Mis Hiwud, Hrienei -
m owners
'II, Courson t i j SPELLING BEE 01, retired at the rate of two I Because of the widespread interest I Beach in about six weeks, he Shortly afterward the !factory Witham,.f 9 ol Stuart service, Navy wasaltpolmeel of Canlon. Ohio have put'-
veteran > yens; :
!'It. "vile-tc. for.itndatoiy sat'li year after 1947 and organized efforts to told the News today replaced Hitlci swatika bannEr chased: f(1I1I' acre sass the Federal
sen!leeofficer! for '
I hlthlaat ::111' until MartinI
''vat obtain the materials In the campbuildings Schonberger: was: formerly with red and white stripes and : '
adds | FINALS SET FOR LARGE POMPANO IS for homes for local Identified with building enterprises white stars on It field of blue Mu'tin county by the county I county line on which they plan
ENTERED BY INGLES commission ycstcrd A native
per; \ and In- I veterans, the News asked 1 Mi !in Pennsylvania and Delaware The 20 flags made during the to erect a trailer park as fast
he left .the Navy asa
of Stuart,
We the and built about 100 con- unIt's brief visit were given the I as building materials can be' obtained -
tam be made Palmer for a statement as to '
I E; I Indies: Indianapolis, Inda .. i I chief pettofflcei\ and had : ,
'i 4S.r to April TOES APRIL 16 present= status of the Murphy I crete block houses and around officers as souvenlts and Dr.
i ., year old retired real estate served as service officer on his I Purchase was made from Mr.
th 4' him to suiplus He was also asked regarding I Philadelphia Foght is glad to see his In use
cl tier l ) caught a pound. 8 ship for a year before discharge and Mis Theodore H, Swag atI
c I the Machinery has been puichas- Dr. Foght has qualified to take
nu .'non pius | u i tI ,''t' pompano from Jensen a local report : I Ill'111 bt schooled for four I I whose place they are living un1 -
ed and is en route to a location the state dental examination
Pft e I surplus has been tempoI"arlly 1
I Stuart School: Elimination i hcuc(i : Wednesday entered it In vamp= weeks at a special State Instruc- : til their own living quarters are
frozen." I I leased from the F E, C Rail- which will be given in Jacksonville -
8'uot' Sailfish Club tourna- tion unit set up at Bay Pines .
Will be Held April 12 i '' I completed
way at Jensen BeachROTARIANS In May. Pending Issuance
m SEALS !I :,1\\
Martin county (contestants i ills i pi'!t 't ix winter seasons at'FIVECAR orders from Washington, they ; to build a home and office here the county and the Government of sanitary faellltlcs were

the Miami H[ rald's sixth .111-i '; .J II" I: Beaetn have not come to my office. he HEAR having purchased at fourth st '', will be $180 a month, each pay !completed! this week Heavencr
t I" edict ing half. The county has budgeted Is a World War II veteran\
SALE TODAY nual spelling bee, leading said regarding the freezing directly across from the court''
i it entry In tne national cont,1have i SMASH He also stated that some detailsof I house, He was graduated from $1500 a year for a service I.\lm.c '
1 ; 7.
played a delaying uctiu the disposal procEss had not CAPT.KEARN the Chicago College of Dtn:al officer and office expenses 1 "'I'nKJ:

with every day given to study f been Issued and that it may be I Surgery In 1942, after which he 'I He was Jointly sponsored by j (.ETS01':- IS'U\ltGt I ,;
.121 tlaich 21 to of one more list of PI'OSp111'l SENDS FOUR TO I possible that the act, now pending volunteered for military service the American Legion and the -

"atlonaChlldre.Oil ,01', ixnatcd by words which may be popped .It t : in Congress, pertaining to ON YACHT BASIN I which kept hint in combat In'''Veterans: of Foreign Wars. I| Arthur H Chappclka l Jr, UM2c I'I'j ,
for Crip- finals T u"- materials for veterans Is listed\ bv the Jacksonville
them In the county housing I Europe for 13 months He' was ,, NOTICE TO CAPTAINS OF I'
I9I6annua e. Adults. for day, April 10 LOCAL HOSPITAL may have some bearing on final \(iHllllllUll/ /1111111, III,s t/'II i iI I BOATS UNDER 65 FEETOperators Separation) center as havingI
Seal sale. I I been discharged from the service
he .
sale of buildings
.II yea) ''n, w J, H, P. Thomas Stuart pirn ; I I Stuart Rotarians Wednesday I I -- -
: '
is cele-
Pty March 18 The boatswain
"I IH has announced that said "at present we are not in heard Capt D B. Hcarn master of motorboats under oung
clpal '
l5tl I
ltkthe l iic[ 'lunteer of service oration champions In the Stuart school ', Ten Motori t Narrowly Es-I j a position to take any action We to I. mariner and local boat broker BUTTON AWARDS ii i 65 feet In length used In I some has served of the In toughest the Pacific months through of

will be named In an elimlnitli(' Serious Injury in are hastening the Inventory I discuss the needs and advant- carrying passengers for hire are '
cupped Work for the session at 2:30: p. m April 12 cape Freak Collision be ready by April 1 to receive ages of a yacht basin In Stuart i icmlndccl this IVtl"k" by the U. S. the war with the Japs

e Bale or I M "I i Seals In in the, school auditorium. Two applications." Capt, Hcarn, who served as a FOR SAILFISH Const Ouard that all licenses to I ---- I rl

.dl atlas DC ,",led the wlnncu from ench of the Stuart I Four, passing motorists were Interested parties will receive yacht captain for many years, II I operate 01 navigate finch boats ; THE WEATHER
tit AssOClauo by elementary grades will enter this huspitall/ed last week end for hearing after that date at Palmers expressed the views of the boat I i iI 1 issued: In the early part- of 1941
; lor Crippled colIMen owners, pointing out the need Winter Visitors Report will expire shortly and must be 1
rum and MIII Mrs. contest minor injuries In a highway office at the camp., Pre- I '
rlxecuth', Louise Other county schools will send at the Intersection of the sent set-up gives first priorityto of electric light and telephone Many Catches to Sailfish : renewed If operations ar to For the' past week, us reported -
:r.C ecretaryan- I south I connections, and quoted figures I Club Office continue.All by John Mann U. S. 1
cld! ,
( Ihla finalsto state highway I I
week 'hat all is in candidates for the county old .and new counties and cities with vet- j 1
on the payrolls of floating homes su'h' licenses expire five Weather Observer City Hall, j i ij
.nesa bridge Satur- -
tOt 7:30 mschool Roosevelt list of
thl ninpalgn, En- I be conducted at : p of the erans next on the preference ; ;
;;* which furnish a high type of Button awards for sailfish years fiom the date of Istmc Stuart ,
wntainm Stuart '' afternoon Palmer stated that he JJ
at the
l 13 day
belnK Easter Seals April will drIver ofn I winter visitors to the resort have been Issued to many winter : They may, however, b: renewed Icmpriuluic Headings
stables auditorium E A Mennlnger John L Drew, negro would release any new and official j 1
firms and i I with Board Feed | towns of Florida, visitors durIng the past week: at within not more than thlity Maximum Minimum
Checker I
tld11a11lhroughoU contest which
of the loaded Information may I. '
the State4bsaatiom be director charged' : "There are 32 yachts In Stual.t1110w" the Sailfish Club office. The days prior to expiration date. March 14 81 67 1\\
B Hearn as head of a company truck, was come to him before the sales begin I I 1I
\ I Capt D. I
\) ink Local 'I Winners will\ with reckless driving and drivIng he said, and I have talk- following names were listed with No motorboat may be operatedby March 15 80 65
IOUntiel the varl- Judging committee the I under the Influence of ed to many of the owners", He the club secretary including the I II any person under the au- I March 16 82 OD ': \
from while
errort will cooperate in j receive cash prizes liquor, by Highway stated that they were almost name of the boa from which the I I thority of an expired license. Marclt 17 90 05 I i I I IMarch
and the fund of $2273 intoxicating I : I
tollwt.H bulk or the Miami Heralds Plrtle. He was CONSTITUTION EXAMSR unanimous In their desire to remain catch was made and the name : Llccns: may be renewed at 18 86 06 '
lite are used locally being, offered In the southeast I Patrolman Clyde bond here foi a period of time of the boat captain: !I the Marine Inspection Office: March 19 80 61 I''

,'It aid and(\ rehabilitation district jun-off leading to the lelcased under $500 that the southbound 'I H. Rollins, superintendent' because of the climate and fishing Mrs, A. H. Ooe of Richmond, 501 Professional Building, Miamior 'March20 73 56 'I IjRainrall I I
handicapped In I
conducted PIrtle
'e lungs in the county national bee to be truck first clipped a small of public Instruction, announced''' but that windy weather endanger was awarded a release button, at 406 Federal Building, In Im'hn I

i are subscribed Washington it from the rear today that an examination on their craft as long as : Capt F E. Hoffman "Say When", Tampa, any week; day. March 14 ,06 t't'' ,
In passing '' ,
hOSPIT.\L .- truck rate of speed. As the the Constitution of the UnitedStates : they have no berthing facilities, I Mrs Max Cast, Weston, W March 15 ,00 ; I ''I
nRl\'E TALKS AT MIAMI: BEKII at a high loaded feed truck swerved will\ be held at 2 p, m.1 I "As soon as a brisk breeze comes I I Va Bronze button Capt. Hoffman 'I 1 MKS P. P. SCOTT March 16 .00 I j '

'th 1 huge careened, three cars approaching Saturday April 6, at the officeof I up they begin to move on," he I 's "Say When" I Mis P. P Scott, widow of the March 17 .00 l ,III IIIJlL. 4 I

I;I'oIn team Porn still await. Flowering Tropical Trees" was and the curve from the the county superintendent in said He also cited examples of I Mrs F B, Williamson, Jr. New pioneer developer of Palm City March 18. .00 i'' '

'b1 Stuart ana l the subject of an Illustrated lecture to scramble to avoid Fort Pierce, or at the county I yacht owners who had purchased I Hope, Pa, release button, Capt and St Lucie Inlet Farms, died March 19 .03 '

conununltles, details otCOllecllon given'! last week by EdwinA south began each other H. B Lee, superintendents office in West':, property here with the intention I A J, Whiticar, "Blue Waters. at the home of her daughter, March 20 .00 I 1 ,

ut t for t i 51 t Menninger of Stuart to tho hitting visitor from Chart-1 I Palm Beach at 1:30: p m, the ,, of building permanent C, P. Outhrle, Newark, N JLontiittiiil ... I Mrs. Roscoe Stowell, at West
IfOSPltal winter
beg '
lest Wetk. will made j I Miami Beach Garden Club at Stuart,: ('mliisncd; UI1116' ;; Light/: I I same day (Loiitiiiiicd/ guns Page 14)) ( / from Pug 8): ) j+I Palm Beach last Saturday. I Total ..011SAVE t l IIjr

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fRT PIERCE )paidtw it\ hull "I bu'k1 i Household Supplies

ill / SET FOR APRIL 5 I \\a.1'i vi, poirrd Into the holeland EX'ORTS AND RAINS Electrical and

TO USE CAMPSAS 1 150 KINDS TREESATNDIANTOWN I the stripling In Its roots loam carefully -, lIal11l- Th question! of shortage Kitchen Sinks30c21
encased heavy
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\ '''I'" "I I/11)//" !sill' all/ of housing will not be set'Ued 30x182.1x18

lit I i' i P' .tlll,5( nl'I i t l lml1'H, I 1 1. alHI l li : followed Thus, tree by tree, the H Fosiey president '
said A. D.
I ", I I"oJ'i "old i IJ.I'111 i .In\.. job was done" and the long symelrlcnl and Dolt 24x16

\\ VET SCHOOLS I I" ,''I ....tat I 11,111'1'11)' Mill 11 IL, ..1 ,' si.'I. i: ,ibid ,, : row were finally finish of I the Atlantic Inc. as Irma 1
Cmiils Association Faucets
Ie I I., I.' III ..01'1/1"I' j 1111' ".ut-t ,.,, isl ad III ('X""IIII"J" i) cd. I him- Chrome Swing
I as I this country Is exporting
w ,IIU 1 The' nipPlliiK In l.1 The Min was' sinking behind a
I III i pill i mil.u t ?.1 I lu .lorl Id Cu Ikma 1 other countries
Deserted i Army Camp, Such I F's. 'it 1 I'erci, has been net for 10 ) will Timber Monarch From All tow of lofty Austiallan pines and bei to which ..rrl" !! Beautiful Ceiling FixturesEBNER'S
itI i
J) s A">I ipittion uponxoi' 1 As two examples:
At Murphy Could Aid in Ap| : .. ', :In the city eeim- farts of Tropic Are Plant Ilosklns said ''I I believe we have said that
I public ii: Mint: at OkoochobicA (' I'd l Near Seminole Inn that South Florida, Fossev!
here today
Returnee I' l'II..lon. "S'a.u, ,.,t ridmj! to word i done something .,Ille) market
B ,iccehi l i trunk th rliMmt en- |;:i' I II to dltctiM the renp Is KOIIIR to make Ills: and other from the Jacksom common
'I 1 1ALLAHASEF--Florida! of thr cattle fever tick 1XDIANTOWN Something new beautiful 3x3: and liigei. No.2
win irlnp 1 u, :,'" in Jackiu ivllle', 1 pctrnwe parts of more

IIII I 117'i rci today by Stat Comptroll I Th 1a'nrv dnil' project In .the ntflte tinder the Hun in this part of than they hacer[ been be- I nnd better and are.that being from exportedto the) 81vannah 712.714 ORANGE AVE.

t aratelal, w iler''' '. the I irk was discovered re- the \uild took place when n pair fni'('". To; which DcVane and Cuba
'11 .i J M Lie to hanK out the' ,,101 i th .1 ttt'' i al > I : :: ) market 3x0( 4x8 'No Fort PierceAnnouncement
I l I.T..I. .Ii' ,.I.I t,, :Mi/. mi. a is modiua lenth in Highlands, Oltdes.Oke cl experts) from the" FIOI'lda Slate 7'I'u<>. bring (autiuis scientists I and
vIIuInc j nlitn I 10"" thousand of sleet structural material
b\ I Ihr j, Rhu' and Harbor I chnbee" and Polk rounlles.Florlda'sat Fo Nt Service planted HO ropl- i| to I the I'ol'r. replied\ \\ril, time' : t I" --
\' ( \Ptprnns wlfthlnit to compli! t tT : ( declared free of IhrIpm'n'Ir alone will till the story Certainly ( better. see being" ( exported
it III I :l1..b i 2 1945 I'm's Hide* sal IrNI on a plot of land lying j
:\', ,'d i 'futon halted ,b\ the w ,ul after lengthy' I hlI1R' BclulumNa! .
I ui in/ ''1. i art I '.i'a'rl'l112: feel I in 1944 a ojjpoHlie tncllnntowns Seminole we hurPI 1 '\ : to lain
l II""' plan on 11 in 'd 1 I by) iiic stay I deep .11 i 1 IIId iienn l lowvalei I Uiiiht to exterminate the pent Inn and made available\ the I rand nothlnif n lose' And either :urallv then Is a shoitaRiIn -

.- i' toiler\ dl"d be i 1 the s nit' .UK' 'n.l.oIlv i 1J5 fed wide fort j I nod the prenl rplnfextation i K State Forestry Service by thrAeilctiltural \\ ( '\r' hid ,i I Jul t oj inn" the South due to excessivemite
"i I lorldu ,I k(1: \ flan\' of ''the lirst |I'l'porll'cslnr"| \ that 1,1) i !in CeoiRla Alabama mid
: I tin in I ham: chit IP t dp..p.too Department of theSeaboard << :
; 01"" now deld: m IIJIlr] \ i imp)' time ; "North' Florida nine Decunbiil
lid wide and 800 fret land Air Line Railway.
::1''of I (onvc 1 )1'i11\ I ;It i \luulu JackfonvimEkuih / However, State Vi..eiinailanJ FLA. CONGRESS l t which hal made It almost 1
li :the ui Chic f planters wire R. U Tl im woods
1. nh ol I' I nlu':r-Itt oj 11"i- \' Knapp) said recently there imporMble to net into the
| Assistant PtaIP Forests I' fromTallahassee
.. lilt ,,'I"\.d 1 I and net oat logs that can b" MY PLAN TO OPEN A MODERN
1 : CI( ItrlH \\'av littl ehaiue of the lick IT IS
I and Claude I L OrHIM '
'J''hr i di ,' ': ,uation t l\' 1,000 BOOKLETS CaTO I .""rt'lldh12 fmm 'the four nlfortetlICounllc. I "' -. District Forester" fiomttlkcl JF WATERWAYS i made Into framing and boards

.1 en ,trn' b.'k, wont th I other \ of Flo I Fosse slid ,
RAILWAY OFFICEIN to parts| /- lll( Asltlnll'O; R N, I
.' .. : "7 he lumber that Is being ex CONCRETE BLOCK
.1's i "s'.1- !ill"! 1
NEW YORK CITYi 'i" kII1K. Induittrlal PoicMer. l tar
:I. 111) t ''JI! "IllK coal! I He 1''t"I'| (" rattle motedf :lie Seaboard H M SiiumleiMftnaw ",. JEETS APRIL 12 I pot':rd i.-* taken to Cuba and.

.steals I .k. :\It' L. I i I. .1 I 11',1' I. ;\ i nol i il passl'ny.r. 1 n"ir. tiled i >d! Kgldiii ::0 tUKfr / i .r ol (the tncllantrw! O 1 Brialom and i sawed R..Uh1It'and by doIIIL PLANTFOR
"III i I III i that they are I pant
iinti were vlven .ilKckjdlk I
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ivtut ,Im' I 1" Iirid.i; fan t'uaat I ( I \ilopiiuiH( Corporation) "licU\
ai' t ,I'" %"ilIU 3u's i; II'i h.lI'pqllrtl i i 1000i | >" it npiipnt| IntarvaU lu'liurd score of interested spectators) ;lount' Dora To Entertain the' uo\"rnment reatlet/one.: Wf
ommlt ,i ,1 I' HIM litit I' :: ::; 1 i mm 'this matter, up with Mii
: the I
HUM puMlbllltv 01loutbuakN
,'I i '"IeHillart| ( Knlltfh .Inb in:a Horn vniioux 1 parts ol the State I First Postwar Session at I MANUFACTURE OF CONCRETE
wall n" Ih: '-'_ ,'( slid be i r'l1: i naaul. U< .klit pontoid; I ,in ,previously unaf- :and 1'111\\'h..I"I'. witlicKR, I the Annual Convention i Wyatt. expediter on housing und THE

rwnk'lrtt; "e I.1IU1tt; l i v'nl'I..i' ,,1)I I Ills :\lal'.11! I i C'"unt\' Advprtl t'hll :a' us unique prrmceetlugs. I an asking th Florida congrsshnml BLOCKS AT JENSEN BEACH IN ABOUT SIX

cdur.[ '.,! "'I'nrses' was i : ::11 (' inn itt, ., lot rtUtrlbntlouI i Olppliu IK a mpiltorv for rai Grown I hunt ,,,'Cd plumed about Mount Dei'.i 'FNS The 1"101"Ida dl'll'lalon to get behind

1 ,. .III.-.d 1 l b: i ,.t"' i'",11 LC Hii I ,I"r,,n>.li his! inrf at m Gnat t tie In tick loi/ ':illtUK I Knnpp snld twelve month auo ''n a slat \Viiteiw\ Coimuss will hold the project and see if this lum WEEKS,

..1'-.1(1 i mil''' o Bern in IIH! \' Y relartitla tlint iPKUlnr reatm nt I bin now being exported could
I till; S i I' 't t : | : : : bed at Lakeland the tropical Is Hist' IJO\\I': roinrntlon in
1 '\n"n: now \\.I"lIne i to 0111- tin biiiin March 11 not be used for veterans horn s
Th' bauklt, t> "UIP" sent In hi I ill 1)1 'inmiiiU : \'\oiinunUr, are now iboit a foot vloiinl Dora on FlldiAplll 12 I "
.,e:" their rt'' '''eltuu' '\ .i) \\11111\, \ r>r I i throughout the countnIn
t tin! Chamber ill In OlndiM and Okl"'choblH' PUUII '
I \l"nd v l1y hlah Among thc seedlings! according 'to ;inouncements today ._ I
fne'i t tu take 'p a'Itl"t in mi I Cllm mi. It'l tties; when \athave been set t tup Iwo of African Cliairminilter F. ,slnlll'- SCHONBERGER
; ; ; ; : planted \VH/ "PN' by \oikton Sack a N.r
l'IIl'd Held* I I :;I i ne'tttPllt-) I Cattle must be dipped
c\eu malionnnv Kliava sps' the'! fiacnman, Jr, Juksoinllle, and I II ant proudly' prol'laln1t'd peace it
( 'ild not/ be i In.lct': t III hour imrsiii) tit.1M1'St / :, ; 14 days until the Mca In rid oli caleput 1 Mfluleuca\ Irucaden- I watu\av leaders irom t.t'ryi plenty'e arc now making

',7," in almost Im.I"". dl.ltolv, ; : HI ( F-It., t: r. rF\fF; : i tick. Hliihlands ountys vats
: i dron' from the Malay peninsula i part of Florida will be In attendance 300 sandwiches from a pound of STUART FLORIDAMost
,.d 1 In knew of n i win
reason have not bun complied.The I
1 I the cork) oak 'iQuercim auben' I at this meeting to rhpcsp InstPid 01 the mine:
l11' mill:arv rile could: not bed i j 1I three 1'1111\1\ : .* already I 5I
| Cat1't ":nmlt teemen runnini. : from north Alrlca and SpaIn. I which the Mount Dora Chamber ..500 i jJ i pound(

-' Ion a Co-.dlll"nlillnal plan I II t ::111 dl'11011: in Florida prim me Marc (| i; .':t lilt and a )portloi :' Hoop plii".s ,Aiaucarla .sp i from 'I I, of Commerce. George" J. \\'hite.

I I' loi'Ida has a IIIjeh n i "ppiiitv I i' mane- '''I t tie' expenur accounts of \HI'\ I h. I P"jk' r'oun'111 Australia vtrlklngly' ornamental I Pesident will be the hosts.

,1' to beckon t" thouAandll''' be lest itd 'l: :Mlirh
it hi been ruled by Atlorney 23:
thr\ related to i Biig Gen Leslie Gra\e.s'
are dusely our
'.HI \i thousands'(' nation of vet" L rrii' mptrolUisaid UN Humithe '!1'' 0 n. J Tom Watson' HP I<:..,ppSEAWEED-.1\\<: N'oilolk Inland plneRi,, and I I I Washington D. C, Chief of Atomic /rte dewo i ME

,. uph"IrN a similar I illiiL! bIK' Queensland walnut Emllandraa t Research U S Army will I
:. "I I can think il intn aslYalt
I 11IIitt'a) '1 OeoiK 1 < ( iiii| 1' line .Ion 1- bl'lonlls to the bE a !featured speaker at this
:tt tu advertise the stOll' FIRM 1
Obband: i oilIiN irons "1111111.I lain\ 'el family and Is no; related I I meeting and others from Wash
In i to bid the men i IInd lI'oml'lI 'n.-'uburt b\ the hue; t Fu'(I 1
i to American walnut.. Also In iniUon who have alicady ..uctpted '-
t I'i heroes of the nallon t III H Das1.. ind th Ht C'.irD I
: the' Mnall iiiNitalloiis to be present\
uioup was a green )
( mo and live with us \w hlle twi GETS RIGHT TO
Lunh ,101111I1e.tll'lstel' named Caloph lliim and\ speak" Include two of Floildi '-
i mpletethrtreducatkmaltratr- .
III .in ther opini m in eleotl E
which hulls from BiltlshUnidiiias !> congressmen
\ ,a. .0 patriotically pit aside I Ill '"- '-\11.11 mes Orl C'1'111 \\' it- Jii (I" '. And then the 1'8 J H'-nelrlek* and J, Hardin Pf'.1 usen I'
i i nma after Pearl Harbor In BIG TERRITORY
told SI\new i t C Edv irds ddk al!
who have been active in
were trees from India and Pll'l'toRico / \
I. "u i die military vt, hate l
Lai \ Itp t county cli nil ('Olll'l.Iha
for tin \
whose names ate so complicated many: waterway projects 1
tl" :nt'anl. not only t to (( d t"cau t tpteratiR t enllidates! who ilianue
but to make 't 1 i It w'ouldn even be fair State
.1 \ :t atIthin
titer 1 iitids about
: running\ pane Slate Grant Sperti"Exclusive" Governor Millard F. Caldwell
to 'em In
put print.
t c clllzeni of Florida AlI :: l
.hdi bark \
: lilliiK le" proxldIi
In commenting on the cxperlmenl has announced tint he will al-
L'I' the nation they fal'e11\i imi vItL tlidrawal wi, caused hephseal i +It4 s
: Agar Harvest + a
Mi Tltiu\ whose specialty teiiu and address this Importanttoetthut
I ; tuu le because lu 'I.:" and occurred I ,
01 i education dlsnbllltj 1 is applied( loiestry' forest nianagempnt ns have also Bi la. Gen n "
are 11" s "
,'I "idPd they cannot r>' ,i .ii: .." bd! I the qu-illlvira deadline TALLAHASSEEIiidl21 AP' I \ and planting, said that Jai" PS B Newman, Ji,'., U. S
- The cabinet TaCMliy .iireed: to i uch test hits bl'lol'e been Army Division Engine! ol Atlanta
t rI l W., In Florida must meetsaeroency :. I a [ never ]
HOLLAND COMMITTEE extend the 10'YI'HI' lease of I r attempted i>o far north, "And and Col A. B, Jones, Jickkonvilie -
an em nincI IS FORMED HERET. Siiertl, IIIP. for the light to i Distrlc Engineer, "ho
mt i quarter art air rlvmints .. I I'' these expeilmcnts are\ success : (
4Tthr seaweed for tin manufacture I nil". he added "I 1* will mean a : his iPhponsiblllty foi all 's ats'l-" r'e.

,... ? small camp.|cost At.A,s 'Qu.eI cnitnely : :- :Martin' County Holland ', of anar-asui( to include muih greater" variety of rare and i way projects In the State 01 r .
c forml'd' r
81'11.110"t Club" coastal of the
r {a> waters state from
.dp beautiful trees for layer! I portions Florida
laboratory I" -I 11al
e i
a I J ._jH "''lal meeting! at Chls 61 Augustine on the east" const will
ol Florida where such plants do Malls photographs. etc
Idly as producur I' ( Id il 11.0)s Fn, div nlHht 1th Ml- ,' to Port, In ft IU on the west In- I
II would not .. I'nl' mow at the present timeThe be ( xhlblt d nt the convention
11 l
D" < II hind
'ha'j I 0 Littmin named chali- rliidiiw areas about tin Florida
planting which was a rhowinR' progress and plans II in/
tirls /had J1"If-d" IIII'i .
JII.111 i ;me R"scoe- L. Rollins (>eclet.m kcvi '1
It17vt1,, l scientific precision to I the making lor the completion
r i n would b<' MI I 1( 11.11\, \ '
''IIII> tt'asnrer.( ; Llttiiian, aa': The original lease issued nbotit | watch, required! most of the day cl Floiidis Inland wutcrwavs se
IK kr man for the uroup luiuedon a year ago, included only ,
id complete Taken from small
"mptroll..r \j\ J'1jd; lu \'. j
ilj -
'pl concerned: ". i' the' rrtueit irn'Itutlon tu all Holland npI the Indian Rl\et area between 1 pots. the little" trop l'als werelaced In Norwood, Ohio/ wi hin 24
I -
I Jlol it I 11 in Martin county to Join Fort Pierre und St Lucie Inl..t.1he .
daht feet In holes I hours attei Lee" Dunn Ji/'. eun
t ""Ia' problems ot th' state i>-- | n apart 1rV J :
------ cabinet olfrrcd the company '
bc.l1t i t twelve inches d"I'Isaid 'fp8sC'c10\ stiaiislliif his wif.
"i headache;::: ': i' 11 D.illn-. a J Judge talked 100'' state-aid" lease If the "
} : ;; : holes having been smartly scooped ) I police got live phone Inqulrtecabout /
loud fined, himself) t5 for '
(onumpt minimum rental Is raised Horn
J ''hll1l faclllUei for \aoran-. out by a busincss-llkc media ; inning!! th- strand/ ) is 'cfIJK.c .
l' oj i court.Actlonimmediate, I'
$500 to 55 000 and agreed' tentatively 1 ,
nital house. "
digllPl'l1leh DiVinc '
When our 1 boys and ui il'll< went t i srz,
to enter no other lease a
r .' t 10 fight our battle '.v prod I ---- ,
for neaweed-gatheilnK rights unless -
::(' them much..' the state 01.d : action-will 1
the Spertl compctlt i buildsa I
I said. They won thru bai UoiiK the name of Florida. Apromi.se complete agar-aanr pioresslnn: ONE-DAY RADIO SERVICE
far us We cannot afford to kept will make more
plant In Florida.
.. mar battle for th..m.Ii bal'-I solid the foundation of AmertanUm I Paul Brown representative of
"(' of words 90'11I1101 be ,' "
n a he company, said the Sperti
Gardner Radio &
WHAT is THE RED CROSS ? proceiwlnjt plant at Jensen now I Appliance

Ir ready to start producing 260 I

I wall whe n HI .','I I- hiu' HI tread pounds of agar-apar a diy from ('nruir I'hl"fv.' ,.. and 12th street

lt'hel'et'rcnzk t.d men) \\/1'i mil thili" hate I about two and a half tons of I '

I walk amidst) the iiint| (dead eaeed", Agar-agsr IK used III FORT PIER( E, FLORIDA i

Help |>a"niT) -"ul t 10 11 nd thin irate. t I II p pi growing bacteriological cultures I'J Americans have the idea that forest and woods

I and ma\ be used :a* a substitute \ullioii/rd hilco/ agency Ties are just one of thou things bad, but

search, !In'in-Mill 'hi, *(...(i-nnunjr shell, jelling: agent and i textll, si/lnR unavoidable, "hoIO.I' THUI RULES
Gather J".t.] .. __,_ Maybe Americans knew the truth
children to rm' hreast -- r. u

Flirt. withthi. avid flame's of hell t about who really starts the majority of these ties, WI t' tra'h ow. seeeserrtu/

Find for tin tnokeii quiet uct' i they would change their tune, Year e"o" ,. row p'pe o.h.,

In ever Cause). every clime, Here are the facts: 10 percent of all forest and 2' (r Yeer
::n. "match
in ,
in tacminir! city, feitiliplain, WARNINGl woods fires ore the result of lightning Not much I; ) 6,, roo 110" hold I.t Os.

t raise. mx i\\'?**. healing "IjT" be done i r."O.d. ; .od bel....
The .tnfHI l <..t'i m>' ;Mu>ttr'n name, I II con to prevent them But. 90 percent .;ti :?:;:Plo, ale. .N reYl Ih,

I ore caused by good American citizens, I isle, you and

The rich tin. i p'nr what's their creed, something can be done about that! -J" 3.
Th di' ir" und -'fi\\n| of e\eiv III. ... / nu rOIl' co"pr" : ,
Their nnleUiim a .1 1"I""I'.d.i Something must be done about the wholesale rotinyof and do"n .. or9o.Akre

Their only hoer m\ willing .skill I Amer ca's foists and woodlands, Every
year an
average of 31,000,000 is burned miyl, Y/f 6a7:
XVhum ttin 1 I" I 111m .vote rm fiiend acres ever-more !!! fht low 'Irs',
1 than \ ..: '.0."..
in the whole State
You with New York .
\ ''in (Utliiuil: tlame

Thai liflit' tin i list. h t t" latn"ney's (end You and friends Ioodt h..d I;!: L ::'. LII,j.15.15:

And Irsrts'- 1 III\ ', tot'alil'\'' 111 ittestis. your can help! Please read the

-Aulhi, I'i I 'nknoHu \\' n :. HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION APPLICATION' II rule on this page read them again .

[ \' >'on :Mad,. 1'us'i (I'uiu' 1l'ottae t t' the. l'MG! Drive J memo//ie them tell others about them. Then

tf I PERSONAL TAX STATEMENT be careful in all forest and woodland a'eas. Do

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I'': The law states that your homestead application cannot be granted unless
tr I' I you personally appear for it each year in advance of April 1. Also, unless you FIRES

r r, Only $9,500SEE file personal tax statements or intangible tax statements it is mandatory that the

1:1: assessor place hit own valuation on your personal and intangible holdings plus a <9< OUT P' 10'

US TODAY I ]10 per cent penalty April 1 is the deadline on all three of these items CAN BE PREVENTED

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t 1u"' THEODORE DEHON & SON j This Advertisement Sponsored By

/ A. C. COURSONMartin I



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I SUGAR SITUATION TO i 1 t0T -..---. --
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I Washington-Sugai;;- will remain ncwspipcK lush 'cm' ''I':.I nl La i |Dail0.|, ;Aetes 0.: ) 76 HOUSING UNITS I J .I('. (nruln( I
OF scarce the rest of the year ,I We mean those things that Inspired It j, not our" purpose]' | to condemn the (;io\c>rnoi"'s Tax FOR MARRIED VETERANS ., ( s me: (I 1I"1.IIH'i u\l ihov' I I liHd approve"I( ( i' idditlon( .
and! perhaps Into 1947. Idea of I Agriculture clepaitmem says the I pencils Out ol 2987207 words I r'c'mmitt'l' before it Mail but we dt, think members of -- (1'1'1' to tin northeast ul the units to i be uiMnred t ( ( to
last week we made 'the committee should levlew : Gainesville" iAP' --- The" ,78I University Radio station I i Oalnesville/ Irom Panama City j t
|i It stressed this elp pitc three errors \ the history of other similar'
G03DSLOIKF O Rome Cne I i IK*' houftln' i hull ,' 'tn'h' ip 'iWBUF S, all tan t No "t'
RIDA I Irr"II'n I I prospective" ration increases announced was a matter of hex: one committee befoie they start: out on H ptudy of the State s I Hlphvnv whPie\ the first 100 units weienblnl J
of proved bv tin t
length dnnl ImbUe .
and I
by thr OPA the other a matter tux 2Don't < ( i<"I ,
Monday systemVe know' many' of the member of thi \ .
I I of Jus: plain committee hOl"lnf.11'lIl1ol'ily\ 1 1111'i miriled -- __ JI i
These apply to such a cart
ot| rhemlsIK i users as before the horse. l hy reputation There are some good men on the veterans" M the tnlversltv of
I I bakers and hotels I
'. Florida and not to housewives and restaurants First: General Olbbs first committee We hope they will keep their feet on the Florida will) b.. cue'\led In thecampus II :

,Iosslble i it ,I Heres the sugar ration situation great-grandchild a boy Instead ground, do a good job and grind no political axe, Our | piiMdrntJ( lin J TlKeit I GRANT LEEK J"f
I has "
v' \ uttrtes t now :, of a Kill Maybe that Isn't tuxes are too high and our tax IIYllt( h'I too complicated, i annoiiiiddfh. REFRIGERATION and ELECTRIC SERVICE:
Important to the in]('w PK>1c"1 i 111 1 b 1' 1111'1111' ) :1
.ntlre' Home canning-Spare average reader There Is much the committee
he' ( stamp but the General should do to UK !Kio-unit\ Flavel Vli: I Stuart Phone 216
r'' li isslsto nlnt In ration book four and In to be starting off the mighty proud Our second suggestion! i he that the committee has i lane' IK'HI' :the< ann)<'nit nal (Iii.. f
new sugar books became fourth generation I
R Blt- valid I
?r ,( ., Sugar I Monday for five pounds OPA with a male child flailed out with the IJro\'elLlnlcltlt lefoie the horse, In- as.Tarr.rauswsiraMrrf. !'aur/tlar-/ -_- ---- --- _"_ ''I.___ __ __.__ ___ ___ ____m._...._..._._._ I
.', a the expects to validate another home Second : That new cruiser of tead of stalling with an imitation to the public to comein I t
Coil- 1 i canning coupon In June01'' Heaton Treadway's Is 38 feet, with "ci'Itieisirm and recommendation the committee I
a, I .' ('J".I radternoon l11u1'lelc I ISf July for perhaps another rive" Instead of 28 feet long. and ten should first compile a complete, accurate and detailed ; 't l "
,'1'' T' ., t tI pounds. feet Is not only a lot on the end statement of alll'p\'nue collection bx the State and each Forget to Attend the
H' )i irtlccd Regular household allotmen. of your nose: its also a good and eereountx', municipality and taxing district ; and. uI .
1 i 10affert -Sugar stamp 39 In book four chunk of material on a small I complete' and detailed statement of the purpose four which .I
.. nlng Is good for five pounds thru boat | this I K \onuo I ill :spent, then 1 present 1 the bare f'actll-Ilot a
I )1<': { cup Lastly! i we hope i ; Mr and Mrs. lot ol t theory, aigument! propaganda and
; ,'1 tUt tins. to I April 30. OPA says It has no / ) opinion-to t the(
II plans at this time to hlk: the William E Mailottl of Hobe I public After this I 1M clone the public will be in position i
'I current ration-fIVe pounds a Sound bought lot 89 of Comes I I I to offer logical criticism and )recommendations: and thi
tg person every four months Grant, from Bessemer Properties ''committee will be in position t to aiiixe! at logical cone'hi- AMATEUR TALENT
; Industrial Such users as Instead of selling it to the Dele- l: sinus: I
sers I" f I Ir. bakers, pharmaceutical producers ware corporation I Votice have apparently) been mailed broadcast miting \
IONDtt'Ib11T and eannrs of fruits and Near--Bogota-- Colombia)- 'I \' the public to appear before the OO\'(>rnOl1I' C iti/cjns:
down 1
yegctables will Tax Committee at various points in the state to '
I get a 10 per mn came a young mans airplane, )presentcriticisms PARTYTONIGHT ,
'Ill singe Increase" foi :he Apt' 1-June out run the iinclurB' dauithtei und i recommendations a* to llondas taxes," .
,1\ nliiht quaiteiInstil' Up> florin a dump of bushes t The committee first meeting will be at JiuXHomlllo
1" ', l1khUJU"IOI1 I :ill..ma! Hotel N a i 1.(1 icstiurintA Rancher Jose PiMatant rose ion Mairh 20. followed by meeting ai Maiianna April :.1!,
lassoed Tampa API'IIli, Miami April 21''' Mild Orlando ,
\ ) may fit an in, i In in his elopint diiMjiiu MHJ 22
: May: .ays, OPA 111. \OII11, 111 111 Away flew j' I Florida has been haying tax committees and tax I
-- --- *urteys'since t the memory of man iiiniuth not" Most I uf i THURSDAY MARCH 21
.1 them hare been( deli'(mental rather than beneficial for i the ,
-imnli I 11'iiMiin Dint miiKt nl them htixi lawn Kiinnmn.i.il 1 iiiuleoiitinllcd .
behind t the scenes by some i individual( : ; 01: clique:;
"HASTY TASTY DINER"IS I political m otherwise, who \\'I'n.(1. to put o\ei !something
I'i Inlhel i t than an honest attempt In improve the Malt tax
situation: ,
A lassie example is the Tax Inquiry| Council of I'llO), I
NOW OPEN I which promoted the l.iooklnj: / + survey, The Prookingssurvey
was uiy' good though incomplete) but the results: I the Tax Inquiry Councilcrt- very' bad '

According to the earns i of publicity at the time the
L BOX LUNCHES Tax Inquiry| (Council was supposed to be composed (oflepiesintatiyes The MARINE ROOM
'\ FOR i I ) (Ii' every phase of Ploiida's business and S
PARTIES mdiMiiil life and to be financed' by conlilbutions from

SANDWICHES TO TAKE OUT piiuiti, business concerns and nulniduals Actually! the
\\holt pioposition niidnnlul in the' mind oj'>1 the leaders
i&_ ', PLATE LUNCHESJENSEN '1I 01 I one 1 the strongest political lobbies I in the state The VICTORY HOTEL BUILDING
I members' of the' council were hllll picked by' that lol)'byodi '
-.J"i1? I (' | 'luting with a variety of other politlcinns land loljl>\'-
BEACH isl. with political axes to jnincl! It was financed largely I JIIImIB_ ,"''m"atasnra ,taaI

_.., : ly the :same jri)'oup| plus the use: oi a lot of taxpIIY(')',,' money] I i '" .. .... ",.., ... --" .tutu..w.Tr-w.rwwwwww w,.--..--'+n... -ww ..... nNwI
LOOK FOR OUR SIGN with mil the tnt |paycrs') knowledge/ 01 consent, They' HII'> r"
}pal,<.ml)' selected with\ great! can ceitaln) members '\\ i1 h-
|lout) sixes to grind for the "P<'l'il'ic' purpose' ot giving the ,
(UNDER MANAGEMENT OF D. COTTON | Council lesptctahility but tintio) of the ('ouncll1'1101/ 0J(JJ@
at all times Certain, The whole scheme from its inception} I
was< to) UM the membership of the Pax Inquiry Council U!svineli
FORMERLY PROPRIETOR ST, LUCIE I \ wdu'SMnfr! behind which the oiijrmatois/! worked, I II

GRIll, I flu' Tnx Iniiiuy| Counciln* very IIUCCl'lIlIfll1! but not |
I in the interest ni the' taxpayers <01'i the' 'state1' generully.'I'he C
j'27.3: : per cent incrwtso: in the/ 1 1'iH! ; property tax levy wits!l fOILS I
JR AND CUSTOMERS WELCOMEYOUR : ti direct i emit of I the Tax inquiry (miicil of l'M)
: wen many other similar lesnlts but \\i are unabh to r-I i i|
PATRONAGE APPRECIATED | member 'm identify a single/! result of direct benefit 1 to the .

J -- --- -- -- 12 : .O:O= O OsioCOI '; i iI t YlPFEE! yOU'RE GOING/ TO NEED IT ,


I OC::==ZOCl0c=:::: OQO1-0: =0'====::Joao ,

I \ elyn straw, 'I'hum i-- I
'There's, nothing -0 exciting/: I II
I, A-' rifling/! on a i train
Andittthinjr ....
K. .-
njf join window' pane,

ASTFE4)i) I A house, a tiei, n city, I 8UT 1 YOU AND 17 MILLION SO DON'T ORDER YOUR CAR,
And then a {painted stienm,
J ii Iy past like Mtuch-blown )paper) WANT A OTHER PEOPLE, PROTECT AGAINST SUMMER

\ The screaming c.f'R whistle, WANT NEW CARS
POACHED EGGS 4/ The clanging of'n bell, GET THEM
Arc. music of adventure
Too \beautiful to tell
Home Stele)' I

And! when I lean to listen 0
WITH MY To every yyheels refrain,
1 Its Just 1 the little'-irnl-in-me t

OLD FASHIONED Home St'le,' BREAD \\"ho'\ I'iding011 a tinin''1

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AT ANY MEAL Announcing My Candidacyfor





Board I II 4 i

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I PublicInstruction Ie ) (I

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,1 (Hobe Sound and 'I SINCLlliR-/ZED
Indiantown) '

., FOR SUMMER NOW'I',' ''i

And respectfully asking the support of the voters
of the district Elect a man who has the good of the ,

Martin County school system at heart.


G. H.

HOBE SOUND I I I D. FULTON Agent 1'1" ,"

(Paid Political Adveittaementi ,
PHONE 315 ; \
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"AGE rOll" 'THE SltAUT NtWS, S'IllA1rr, MailliK'lIuntyilPl1e FLORIDA, THURSDAY ]MARCH 41, 1948, --

,. 0 L DIN G U P DIN N E tHE FISHING SITUATION SAFEGUAR Slltlll'ljt, II f}1'1'110011', I<)>eclllclliar' four'I'UI' fl
tU t N'tI I ih .'dt'ral h.ghwax. tune nouth (If,
J1 "1I' (' thi' need for
w""n !
I All pHiiies: tonuintd should agin! Ihlll l 'III\\ \ It bndgt: tmphasi/ed sorni ,,

1" Ibl1JI) d "I ( rv llnu d.lY atSI ment IP meded the fishing Industry, ..pIOtThendiSi\ (: I he.. ilenid bv' the Jail ,tlll\l| ,

)) \iolallon of the law by the Lh fedual aitery on thi
nit. Mil-tin County Floildat Thh applies equally i V intus the cu

: \ Stuart Dailj' NBAS Inc, a foicc trap nclleic, and violations ot the laxvi by the "III I1lXkS ffie autht J disclaim: lesponMbilitv) !M,' /I

Horldi coiporatlonE i 111'111'1'8, .! MtO)) IlirlitH at the mtei'section. taking *
| ( 01'
tow t : cd as .second-clans mull Cl to the ('11to .'.oxide ..emedia, ml'lI'u'
Uhal Is needed and what is waned: -by the maioril : ItllI.Ut alid inloiument of
matter at the post off ce at I \ g:>- *">: n 25-l11ill'l1l. ,',,
Stuart Florida, under the AcU >' ol the )people of Mailin county 1 III aenuine 1I1)1)lIca. ? .' sappiotthes have bei'n '?

.to .] of March 8, 1379M I tion ol the conseixation lawn for the piotcctlon and enicouiiigemcnt ""CU\I{ l"l"t t Sake\ it appeals thai .this! I,s ?" tf tfeilv '

0, 'I! A FREE PRESS : LARS OP SERVICE I bolh of the commoclal fishing Indusirx' ami I| and Stati' t to aigui u\'t'I' whose iob .It is (t" ,lak".

: l. "t the iwo authonties get tOilet, ,. ,
to.... and The St ",ar' //.11)!| Ne.. w.* 0 n.ttf..ots the spoil fishing! inteiestse Slide"': tin. acMct' of compelin) liaffic saf<'u '
III t4 'ihmi mr 1 :me., .it.* ,ilril mi .> \
r ,,,,. i..Ioll.h'd In. HIM"I, April Incf \\ arc at prest-nl faced with a gineial brink-down ,h ich si oultl en : a.im. l 11 e available hiough! th,1
do A FREE PEOPLE 1111. IIl1d 'h.' '" .0.. M.n. wUhrhr I aeiie of ton .
JI"If "10..10. Tm" .... "n>..lId'M l .. It I I"*, ccilainlj' open to a Ctrv sliong cioubt that the foicedap : Then I It t I H I. I i-, *t t'wn' ) oi light ,It j
) :: .. il' h ,IllThi' Si 1."nun D 'llv NMMii.ru I lI'tlOI'III'I'I' abiding bj the Sjpieme Coui't iulinjMnal\ : meted, I t s put\: tm; 'in III'h should the tedw
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'" Orlulx-r Kit In wxk
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'dill i H' lupmrrl)' kii"'rii M the net I leadr. of Ihoii! gear nlUfl not touch bottom inex \\ t :,"iiwh i I Min.it. !II(' a spudwax well.place'U ,,|
.. 4T .* 3L ,, nh, MurllN; llrvcllDATES ,. : I thi' "mint How though
be KJPt
I must abide In' I this: i tiling If the! equipment !1M lo opeialuiIrgnll Kits ,11t"1'< 'eclated<
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tH 1 "I' I'. 1.\11:" .. ,,1010," III....
..w.-_._ -- -- -- It is all40 lI"parcnthlll there 111111 licin a ginnalIruikdoxxn "
.:..: SUnscRIPri. () on the one-mile) elosid ana at the lulu, and Tre
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In legal methods of updating gill nits
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"b"., ""n.I.,, .,.. ,'1.. ... III'nfo'cI'mcnt \\'
'" I. '" (ompletc
\ law enfoitermnt
II. .\0 '" ,," I',. ." c.,,,ot, ,I I.. Ih,' ''I" I"r r..|..ihllm..Inn .., 01' :Mauiii coun: v vxnnts F ;
-.- --.- -- ( J is' what Is dtuhid, both in lesptct to tmloici
:o.Ul1. ;: 1Hiiil: tssotmn* i-m&s; ti.ip nils and the Kill nits, .
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SHORT END OF THE DEAL .No change In the law I N; needed at the I'e.t'nt, linn By
| 111'i ic any possible until I the next LeglMjituie meets, Thmi I :
Tlw I
:-ilatl' Howl lii'paitnient M KOIIIK to sp nd $80.-
-lI.IHI;: 1 on ll.iiid.i. hi'liwain| II.IB-of! which $91.H.J .- i! HI'i' Huflicient laws on the istaluU books to safejruaid: thl' It ) I l I i' \, ,'in|

llili( ( i Inul' (itiil 1'111' l'on- :I'III.tlon I mid .x8.288.M8: \ tin 1 lulling industiy in Mm'tin ('oullty-If the State ( oiwcrxa'tun "tKm ('| '\ ( I,,I I ', I I' I
1 Jlepl11nll'nt'ill enloui 1 them. Vot OIH 01' two ,
ni a untt'naiui'. with ,, | / ,,1l
-hut all ol them, That i> tin nil II' answu to a it- I I ( l (I ,
In llit Pinnth, l lid..lon'hkh 1WhHh'11I1.tln countv, l f.lil'll 11 ',I
,- ",. :* "ij:.!,: :':' luis" In'i'ii luiiiiriuil lot I'"n"tl'uctillll-bul 1: : uti to noimalcv' in this situation, It i n the onlx' fall, Hist' follow' | 1 | .

I I I thul imioimt tin' sili in'w ioiif.li" uiliun; appioxed' tin i' nd, ligul: IIn"wl'l'.l'omlIt! t' law.' I'nfol''f'nH'nt'' In ihenguiixI 'K" K,. "' / l ; >I I Itlllllt ,t-

11h ,\lin< In iminti i I. $:27! ,cod loi railiu.ul iiossinir. pioteetionI i I 1._" up to do tin iob, I thi' Stati I nn-ei\'atlon Ih'pIII.tmt'nt. I : ''I "

;, ItII'I'no IUld I)(I SlllultVlHitin t,i INII'I\ | > ; .I IImped I,''''

.; i mint \' is jriatetul, MHttinillj, foi Htati aid onblii | ''' I""

I. :. \ Itllll IK'i'dul "uiiliond I iiossiiiK, JlI'lIh'CtIIII-Dl'T! it Bg>><< LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Bg>><< I 1 (hi')' I ) ,] ",,,

-- i j. iirluinh' a pi-\\fi shin' nf tlu iippiopilations Ini '' \

And that mlnl"cul.hul'. is Udeiiil' uisli Thc SlatiKi - --- -. .. .. -- ,,I l ,,, ,,,1,1.( ,|

."." ." not ha\c' OIK. ditni appiopnaud l 1'n:1:I i\er>' one of these aie iSOO to 2000 vaids lonu The>' swecp'' I 1 ",_ I,
In this lotintN in H>48Blsewhcie i ,
This note embodies some of the CI'IUchl11now 8\\j fiecly made o\n n bqunf: mile when opriated This docs not Incl:ide gillneu. iblo I Inrkt 1"1''
in the ilirtiiit! in tin' loniiniriai' h will I ,, ( "
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IP end I If: #.V)2iOii' (' ItIIPI'lPI'lution ,lccIII'dllllt'to the I'olI lot only b> Eu.aits gu sts but :'j'\, n'any prospective icsldenUnet These n"U do op: rate a good pait of the vtar and they do pick out "f llu | .. \ I

I iN.nnf biiak-iloun" : *:t 127,141: tiom Stati. oiler*. $480J4 bj a host of reputable cltlzin of this town, nil against thpparent I the t-poti where the fish are licavl-st or at least most plentiful.Thel'e illuul .. ) I, ,tlnrlnk'l1 "
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Is about 15 milei of St Luclc river flshable for theie nets
< fiom (eotintx hinds., and X ]l.i4.JI:187 in lulual nidIn : .. Indifference end apathy of th, officials and some citizens 1> !
and take In when Also there '
they a good proportion operated
\aiMiiir di'truis appoitionmints lioni" these tII'\\ i I' rf'spe't to the greatest ass: t of ih-: community, namely its are plenty of elllneta opeiatlng the 300 miles of water way Mr ,,,11In.
tin' will !;
Mali M'MHioo'
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'IIUCH\ spend tin
'!'oxcN wateis and It? rl'puaUol1: lor excellent fishing As yea well A | i ittlilih ,JIll"
Lane rants on I still Insist : let these glllncts operate but get
i 11.It'I'1t1( h! hMiin. !St 1 I.nili' utintx to ih. ;Martin coiuilx '
1(1101Stllal'! Is not a rcsoit In the usually accepfcl s use compared I
the and | ; '
rid of elnes ore iiilnlnit fishing! lor both
I Inn' !, as they I ipor 1"
: 22HHMi UH; si eountinad to I ihi' Okieiho, .
wltli the latger and better known cities of Florldi, It ha luiu I (
-ommciclal fl&hcnncn, I want to see both commercial and sport ( '" IItI
I 1'1'1' I I.lnl'. Palm Diueh
iountto thc soulh ol has hail
us no beach no tacc tiacks \golf coui.sc or any oiganl/ed amusements still In I ,
i ijrht fUhliiR )pcipc uatecl Also, Mi. Lane, a great deal of fish which Is "'0''
( majoi mw irinsuiiition pioject> appioved" at a eosti Stuart Is just a nlc: qulc" county seat easily accessible and far luiu' 1 ( ,
i I close to 400000! ) Uiidi louiiU' has 17 Inedible! foi humans I U bUll !itood ciiling end food foi out game |i ( i iilso r
than Son' inufcets Oil'hl'h :nouch south to enjoy a mild (climate Its zest and vailcty supplied (Ish. and tons of them arc wasted and dumped out of the com1merclai I I, ,, t tl
*! J 000 will In
\\' be moii in ('olliu. ', spun Some $250: ,000ill bv the (fishing was first attracted liere by the above combination, houses. Again, Mi, Lane let s keep en commercial fish- I' i III" vi'n' 'will b, lisU ,I .::1( \In''IISt'III"\ nl' llu tries i imis I" I t, .
\ (
\ lounh 8omi
spent VtiUO.000 will lu .
pin : in Diowiiii, ) iount> Impio' 'enunts. pcclnllv the fishing as a means to kf'p: busy and be drawn inn but set rid of selnei, Tlieyic pohon1! are, still in Itltt(II i 111111",1" ,I illii "'ltr.11! vi us enmtli( ." t \ I

And Mailin\ two raihoad oiith Ino: the sun and all. John Evans. StuaitMAYBE I \i I < ('mi' inlii, "ICH.III ,i,id, "HIU nl tlu'in I,ii"k most inli" ': ,'.:
lotintv irets \ im-
In riillcr Stuiit fulfilled Us I ictuinedvein
my jcaix piomlse
limn inuv I 11' in '11 '''>i'II'.J ," ,in nnpli stiiknij '
|1""i''ninnnU' lioni tin leileial till "\ .1 i !; liginliuii ): '" ,
Mianwhlli\ I'IInw (5\ mills if twil'lil1g1'1It1. after xeai'. Now what has hippen d' In rallous disicgaid of ALL WOMEN HAVEN'T CHANGED t \ ll Ins .1 i 'PI..,i,K Huih; Mill, spi ,mlIn I '.me In !1.1
." piningtin !'aw and the lights and happiness of host of othns- the wotcif
u .
CONGRATULATIONS TO THIS EXCEPTION currv Ing e Instil 1' "t I still imniiti' k'. 'I I In In ,'
stuait to thi< =s<'nth Fork link of 111' 1"11111'1'' i lii h\\a\' f the ilveu and Inlet | IMS tongli "I|
tombed In and
< > I LIII,,! Okniliobei" '. "umain ill l t that-Mm'tin hljrhavhiili \' bay nrc syslemnllcullv day SI HUH" I.'IIITib I''..2 me Ins I 11111', ,III' \11\ d.nl. UIKII( \\itl, piomiiuiilI :'"
nliihi: nut by hute pow i-diawn nets which Itavi small fish nc
lould 7 11148 I llu inidirsiili' ,. ll Ins. .1 i oni'.sided \\ JI"I\\'I't 1 .
tipi' n up aaM 'IK'w ell I'll.*, laiininjf and ] inpe-n '"
place 11 fe: (d! and survive I icp"ut. disrigjid of law" because the .
.''i/i'iitiltuial 1 inipin/ <(la>'s a Kiailc thrown up thiouifh lornici" law analiist Kilning has betn viiiually: ol-d calling ':.diloi.. Tin Stiiint l'I: I Ilium in ixposdl in Hint.un siili.. .\ll\n\ I.IKH,, ..I.| mil n"tltlxt')

the( woods-and this lommunits nits: not OIH new mud !let employed hric' b> anolhei name. The .'o-called rep) power by traps "\\')hat's( The >Iatt.i With\ \\omen'! Don't jrit mirontr bloomed) ind\ l h"I'1i i ,,1"1011111"1. its d( sdipli i .m, nilv ,k kKK ,'.

improvement III' nml .\ I I'm not tu answu I' the (iiusllon bicaui | It fflk in lie' .il '
"I out i liu one' hall millions he spent vhlcl sweep the rivet bottom ovei'' IIUKC uieas: uic weluhted seine !frointr t piitiiu is in "riitnui t i'in bi d I ''linwl111

foi new mad ami( mad! impioMmints in other" eountiisI1 ''n spite ol any legal definition! No Kill/ net IN pi"rniltled legalhMthli '\\\omin cox'er a lot of 1t'I'I'ilII"Y" l"ut I would like lo mukei II (ins 1'\II.I"llIloIllIl'lh',I .
t tin d IKNiiii 1'1'\\ rcilies lo *oim of \oiii' .ototimmU I IIn 'IreinhiM' Soiilli '
\ i I' certain dlxlaiuc fiom the Inlet\ Ac In illy. whtnevei fist" : i I'IIW lo Hcni.li, .11..1. I Cnhi 'lion ,'I 'J"I"
In ml\HIIK dl :.id ition| uf thi' liudKit on 1 eb. I 18, ran be lauuht in this minn, r, th ucu 'uc' Ml in bioad dayliGht the fiisl pi.itc. didoti e\u no women in an\' purls of tlu e'.Htli .11,1'1' i is (I" In t"I't < t.IIIt.11 I nnnI I : ''11

1040, the Stati Road Depaitmuil' held a mee'injr at Tampa wherexer the flshciman may ihoostIn onin\ \ or lil'lc' ., jrel up) with the biids (rhickeim it lo .id.ipl tin'nisi'IMS ,to tlu. IKVI uiulili, "is llu. list |1" 1i(lei 1

.at which Rep, I \'Imll C'lary tried lo fe'it' ItPIJI'uprt.tlon"! fur this last statement I disclaim lastm: ,* any blime on thifisheimen hould be) cho]> wood do tin! \\nshinir, lioninir, pHlchinirhcuiK hiNik) |iuliidk ink lus.! ". snxiisbcl, tii. .iiithciis I III ,, ,

tJj': j section, .as witness this excerpt from the minules1Ileprenentathe : themselves. To mak: a living they must i-Iay the all 111' > : noap makiny: tend the Chilian*!', milk the coxx .OKOIHlllll. llllllll, : if MK11S< II ( ,,11.1 l .II,,1 I ,, ,"11,1'1, III I ,
K ans Prarv of MarMn\ Counlvprestnled hum the butter, nnil a hundred and one olher things'? lln. litt it la IKIII ,
a- I: has been set up by those who really make the money-thitodxgc i"IIIIII'h'1. 'n''.\ I Ih. III" ''d.
aieiiuost: that the Pepartmtnt) 'aki' oertheJpiimii : companies: If you think th fishermen arc .cuing rich don't believe so ,111.-(11111111101.1'( piiiu (dsiiib| 'Iml' 1 m.: .,,1 .utlieui '" "I 11'1,01 ''I

Diidi'e for maintenance Khinir the utinuitiol Just go look at their homes and way of life, They must tel (< o out into Hit fin'mint; loun' i\' in lluxext mid! mld- : Ferfew u'.us miii.1 sii' ilnnj.s b"IIII't. IHin II '' '

the coct at i bout $7,000.00 a \ear. He also asked theli fish at the lowest Mice to which competition can forci( \'es1t"'lIl1latcJl'ou'lI' find hi)' doin all thine thin _xou I I Ilijrht "; .mull.. obwi\.itiiui. ill tin t,mi, mil. .1 i I t"1 IIIlt'i ,

01' the compk'tion of Iload !85 n. oStu !nt, t 1h(' unicmplcted I : hem and tho.se companies and hous: s who supply nets and pas exen find hei' d hiving the tractor 01 ifl'l'-hl'wIIlJr Rill' dnppid limn iiniMdu ,i, 'is llndi \ I,, siiscnplilii] '

stiilih liein, r about i lx( mil'.'. and asked that the fish along to the big city markets and consumers sec ti nd I'elc up and do\Mi the itnn io\\s, 01 huildlng! H fence I Ii (list'.IMSlijch cist' innii III \ mint 11t.1" tlu p lii'(' is I
the Dipartmini kiep in mind M connei'in r link fiom" hhorKmir<, yiain 'ind "vit" to u .ick nule or )
that there Is plenty of compctlllin to hold prlr,11 down, Net > Mmif out I< iiienllv inliixliiu I i (s luul lit" ., '. .
I-oit Pierei? down thi i itland for a futuie projiet Heuid I must be fur at iultinjr' u nil)? in the bull s nos! '! litmus Midi
paid flist high pile! s, bi the It hing\ Good oi bad I i-i ( lint, 11I'iI i |JI"III'nIlC.| i Iniiiinir' ,uu| ,I, '
< lha) : he had ixpeclea Ueprcsentative) Ate*; Mac- Fish house charges and other expenses must be deducted at t Hut unless: it H Sunda>'. you piobi'Ulv. won ; find her vliblc Mil dilHliil pi/ "ilh 1111 tlu llu Unliini' ,"| \1... ,: ,I'

William of Indii Ki\ei County lo be )presenl at 1 1he liberal profit before :he fisherman get his Th: flsheimnn If'' ockinjr on the poich" : MIJ' hkeh'. if -ho "n, jroinjr! to KPXX. frnn indir 1 ( to .iiintliii'. ( llnntu ,
\ |1.11 1110 ,
meeting in the inleiii l of an aieetts! load( lo the 1 F illsineie '' thus foiced to commit slow suicide because the hiidci he Is driven he iU, down to Ihe M-WIIIJT nuichini mid jrot"''' at it like llu. ill'v'dopim'nl tit I ti' | mil ... "is i\.il a ,I IHI ,
( II.
SUKCI ;Mill and he wished lo add his the buinist and she dots''! \iis ",1"I'1i1l1l iln '" "I
c- I' means >. !
tc make a living the hard: i it becomes to actually do so in t l\u\ I t"l iiiiiilituim .
inir d -
i ,. '
| is iud I III tlu ,
that mm si' I t.II'I"" I'
ment to .
Don't all the blame foi the falhnc
leipiefWe limited area such the St Lade river lay to populate the ,
as bay and cstjaiyIn tin .
"uKli u ,| | ,
minim .
: \pnllis' t. ,1.01,| ,:
did not IlI.t'hltt WHS l'I"IIII."ted-ill fact all we I dalight I the nettcrs can be seen about their unlawful: buyincHx 'arth on the xxomen Pa :* pai': Iv, I mIght rnjtriallv re- ; : u '" (
"(1'(1.It..im''I .
did jlf't t \\iis Ihl'( .shod i'nd 01'II deal In which UK Stati; I Ii >> Bui il Is ul iiiKht wh n the luwbicuMnit really takes place i
i' im'<'d to oIHI( i I'\' | >i nditiiie nl ft.27,<'M)0) in h'd('ml funds undiicovei, of dukness, when thcii lights can be seen In jo iduitited, and I'a thinks two 01 thiceii" uli hi' can handle is flll'tri.11. ,'IIII', I "ildI, ,',"d| !stiti' .u I II'IHIS I" ':'101'
every .
l rill' t UOVlllllf. I quarto of the livers as they set and diaw th, ll' seines, killing all I'1' And :MNlei\ ', I I'm nol talking] Ihioujrh mx hat ; 1 ulled 10i .11..1. I |II" In i,"I, ,un ili, in, pin'lino, t ",,iHiiiiiniN, 'I"| ,oo
._._.. 011rc' isi"i" or .inollu'r will I lltO,1 11"11 ,
of t them back Ihe old mvir i i <\ ''I 'n.i.llu '
-- -- the umall fish, naural: ] food nf Ihn! Inrorr fish th.il rnmp In frmn > OIK in irocd tla inol MI lonir HJTOVts : I
: the Gulf Stream to feed -and spawn' ; : V Al&o:ni let a-tun I rbi ;-01mackcr ; I II : I haid "trood da\," and mi'an it. \\p ran our pi) 'ecsui\ I'c tl lust' listlnu nf pi.mis In llu |F"II".tI|" | .11.:1.:I Slid ,1.1 "

YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR : 1 entei the Inlet and the netting fiateinlty know it at I ockii" plmo con-
once, and on the next tide seine hem out! 'come in". until late vxtntei. wlun the hl..1 t hojr XXUHilled IK, ; illlt..tI\I\illll( \ oi .\.lim..II/.III". i ," si l.tll"i t.1, III''

i Just a few vears ago fish were plenum enough that yoi and oui cellamveie stocked xvith cxeiv' I thlnjr fiomIUP hil'll "I' .plants, Id lli.,. lot',d dim..it ii e IItHtlll"i I,t, s 'I 1'1", ,, ""d.1

When I leachid I tji; hill' 'waxlull"n OD \\ick 01im )' could see coiiim iclal fisheimen In the bay with hand lines and tocoxvn-texeial liuiulied cans of it. ( And IncldenlalX.hot plui, m tin !uirdins of tii", imili,mllllllll .i \p \111,ii tirs "It l ,,'j

lilc s mad hi' "cl'a*joll XMI-. l intinj.\ ) :." maiktd bv' le 'ittrlggers. But no moie''! lhat would be ()juick starvation Anr1 biiscintsnnd ham riavx' weieiudav( occuiencen ) III I.| Ilk IlllllHllKlloli si.It loi'is. \ unite'' pnl!,I'piiiintiiii ', ''i"

lining fiom mv i,,1 Id<1 hnmi ill 'I'''ipi';ui, l Kim.. tlu talKiundfathii what about the spoil fLsheniian. on \aca:Ion who spends n lot o: \\hile lhat noi main' }'cai's bi ck, mav'be it 's too far ddiil with. llus. ( trial,. |il.mis ind ", Hid,., | III il 1''"'

-" ('I'J'khil'h' trnuugh mv childhood stood money In the stoicof Stuart and who only asks the thilll of or 'lack, Sexeial jeai' '* ajfo( ", Iwn mx hi "biind dinl, after annjuix di iiiMilviel, in sue 11 11'IlIt I\IIlIld :':" .1 Will I. ,,,I.

occasional fish to satisfy him? Now lip can tioll all day and neveihav and! un extendeil iHnec1*, I wa lilt \peninlisi : In .Viur'nunt ffuris mini '"I'H.I' ,111I1 1I1011.1u'.'. ,,10, I'
n the staii landing< -halt v'.'aup\ >, That ilick \\all gixnto in .lIh'I'l dud. .
A stilk The spoil fl me bv' m>' paienK in mv Oth bnlhdiv and! it biiarnrnv I citizens life, I '.xalioni Ihe fuim in 1'1.1.Is liiHik' Ills. IK"in ( '
nay wain you of Stuart that many of them lire tiettlnpJietty n> xva*" Iloildn and em. inipiliil' \\tll||, .1 ispiiulllioiii.il!: ,I I '11

: iigulai baUiuUiv' night I I J"b| to wind tho>1' weigh:> thed Thev' are wondering just what a CO\SERVATIOMS1' .>loxeii< classid! mi a "ll1e:<))1I'I'iencI'I." \\'tllmtanlnffeople "llIhl.I of( llu' tin's I Inr !g II IKI,.,,1 I 1.11111-, ,,II', pl.llllillg| ,! i ill,, II.. I

Oil mx' way lo bid And! *0 vuu me it was a vux' old liienc4: I really is Viewed\ from the picsent anal: the only thing he seemfti > offercc1l'1uII'Jl'e..tin-malnly( thai 1 put the ilnldienn .11,1 l ( ,ill.i Ti-lniiuil, ( "' "'" I 1',111'' Un xouli.I IUntuiiiiil ,, '

thul came lo mv' houm' to lix <, this week and to begin Unidik 1 want lo CONSERVE Is his job a homo or offu them fol' adoption, but I1'11" dett'l'minetlo ""'! ,', unns .n,' iisiiilK, (lilhmlt for tin t< ",III'U

foi the houis I have been told by a membei of the Clumber of Commerci. kttp them and siippoit) thim 11'n' le'.if 111I11),1111", X.(1. ., lniiii iiiminnniuuti lilt
me emu that bvIn
rnou go I that they cant ,k,: t onjbody to enfoice HIP law If this be tuif To makea lonjr lnv shoit tlu \piiuneed Iral got !. I In IIIHI'!.sin" it |N |,,1IK| \'ullllgh,,, ), ,lu SIV ,th.11,, .ff

fact thoiiy.i{; thin aie no grux' hail", mv' old friend of the citizens and leputable officials whuh I am loath :o believe 1 job and has hl'd one fiom then until now', v\oikiiiKiom) I, (isiu-nili .INCH, Iliire' m t.mi.iin, snditogivt' tint ki II"I ,/

j, much oldei than hi look,*. OnhisfHCi' Ihi mahl'llIl'Icl'lb. then consider how much comes back to SWart from the people whi 12 lo 15 houm a dax! pl'llctkal11')' dnx,, lhioxirhoul) Ihis lill" .1111 ..hll'. '

I.d I the
't'IT long lime ago toi Cioijritihlnglon/ was a sliiping I eOI'd age concerns spend here the thousands' of dollars which come nnd all the luxuiies! but 1 I'\'C mannjfed to feed clothe, and .''l.n'st.. s 1'1'11), lulu !h..IIg.hll'., 'I| |hi,ls K ,h, m ,w' ,usc hll, ,11I,111" ,

JC old nom jour fish to pa>' for the company nets No""! Do the fish house school my children aftti fashion. Thi oldest 1 Is maried '. ).11(11 hl't'N h"\I' .1, '..11111.11, p, ,",',,,,1 ".If
ntrxejor veins lambling Ihiough the ".ppu.imctHndtvp.
vliirlnorestf and bu>'cis buy and give to stimulate civic advanc' finishes collide in June and I '' i" will )
: They do not" one : two aie in high'1 'v It ,j s Utti.. t I" .ons, 11'1'! , ,J11"'Ii' i
< hl'11 |th| 1l"
ot Virginia and lennisxci', Flu dulaiatlon! of initpendence.by I Steps should be taken at school in >
once not at the meeting of the next Stuart. t iff. nut (finins of ,|
tl'olliit ,111'1., | ,
!K fllm ,Ihl',, ,,1)d '
the Amiiiiau& colonies was still quarto oii ,' :legislature In Tallahassee a ynl: and a half hence, but now, tc I xv ash our ('loth ell ut night, iron at mirhl ,and clean '11.1'. .ilillinnus in Ilwi., |,. g"II.,1. ,| U. ., j, IIl1d'r 1'lIlti\'lIliw I.lp( 1)(11111,( IlKi

leiituiy in the fit :uu And all of the coloilul hi-iloiy of make commeiclal fisheimen use :he sea where countless! torn liousc at night, I do incist. on ( hipso, StipiiMids oi >ome'hinjr ::1,1\1'' .mr.?'tons.. 111"1 1 1I 1.,1.1111,1, ,, | 'Ixi'i

thi nitid Slulis was yet to bi writlcn on the oltmn I.I of fish drift bj' in schools tint may be taken by no nioic ingenious It takes grcare lo make soap, uiu know but Ifi1vou I ", .. h.IhWII! (f"I'hl't.k.1, tin 11.1111I', ">f (lie tJ't'1'8 anil '
pages ,11..ilthle literatim
measures and no harder work than U nccessaiy to iob the '11 bring oxer' a xxash pot and a can of I'll I' TI"'IIIII'I'1I
meager make .
> .
When iloikmakei fiiind, A J Dtlk, lame fiom, I'est |loiea of the 'St, Ljtle ilver which by light, the Inhabitants of the YOU a pot of l I'e soan-1 can do that too I IWhat' i'',. ,. 1.1t "1 11.11I11"III "" I 'm I..K. "lilies wlidi tin tJ't.I'lie''

\\ Palm ntuih tout) thlt: 7-loot glan logcther, lit I I iclt> shojld constltut: an Inviolate lefuge for game and food fish The :Mattel\ With \\ onun ? I don'I know i '1I,1tI.... II lillI, lIlt 11I",1 In.C.I" s IMC. '.,nisi tby me lisu,dl\ nilW ,

ould find no )pl.iti. oi make of any kind lo indicate tne I: that will attiact the anglci and make a haven for spawning fish but if xxe get that Ije Koap I think it'11 all come cut in the I '" '. 111'1 1.11',1('r h.II '11 10 11011., II.. 1'''" h:1e: \'ery hlill nU'j'II 'I
\I. inalcr't' : nami 01 homi', nothing but tlu.I date on the face to leplinlsh the diminishing stock new so sadly depleted buioutlitlc.ss > wash, i'I'I' """ hl'I'" II,," 11,11 '" .11II'aIlN of i ,
Anicilian dlsicgaid of nllturull'I'SOUI'CC'S, I : ( llIllIh..II'01ll1ll0n If ,,"''KT'
11oIIIIt'8 (
; I hat i nidus bad III!):S >oan" : into (1111' past. Rinurily i iA III Sunl h rlIII id.I. t'I'! h.11 ,. .. "
1 DAMOV B PFUFFOK: MDMatch IlId"JI'" hilt Iltdr 01.
\: To me Ihi-i old clock is a iliccilnl fellow, Jlis: case isi I'I'I .________.__ __ Stunt. (Citl'n,1; '1 .!III'i.tI',1. : ('('.' '" IIr II", III "" "" .' /( ,whkh 1'1',1111II.
1111' ," ,
i I luight cherry wood lie twangs lthe houit: like a mus!. 8. 1940 FORECAST In tI"'III.,1.. III II.." hi"," will 1II'.t' ,lIlh br'II
II Is the l')6r!) The 1 klomic (bomb, IICti'.co''Y till. .11'(',( fur ,. It'\\' ', ,.
'J clan KIIcillng) the I pitch. lie tuns: along and lends: to hix Editor falu.ut N ws: year has: tome ( Ir It tim tt) brillt! Ih\'III IIIIIwld.11
My Roy Lane takes into oui woild and laid 1 wash\ ;Man has xanisliid'' 1'1'1I111111011. ""11 IIlIlolllIlI.I".lv ""
'ctI own Li ti vii K>fJfost of tin poi-ts who wiole about 'Time' IS'IC: at my Irtll'I' of Fib 21 What has lie ,' thl'I'I' lire 100 1'\\1 "
., tlpnl d ? Nothing''! He t :alls theie wcic plenty of fish years ago "rom the face of the tntli) And with him have gone thoTealuiesprrcat : : IiIl,1! III \ 11I'thlll I IIII' Ilhil.h "" PIlLhe'tl'lIl.md! h.1I
: < "I i ml mournful jiliout' it. \'IIIt'e '. .
; IIPI'II is who ht
( and 11111111'
H smtill
r pott I Sure time I Thiouifhoul the univirsi ''' Ihlll '
were; agree with him lh"n> B it whcic arc they now? theie :: "III 11"11.' ill d"" lime 118 Iile p'
('.in wnle about ilocks anil time in tlu sjuiit) in ninth I The continual seining: has (nit them dow plenty I also agree that Itl no stilling: fign of life. No i-ign s.ue oni', : I'::1''.""" illl"'IIII'I' k'1\' II'h,11 It WIIIIIM 1111I1 111'11, (,.
I Kipling: lilkd, ivny niinule 'with i-i\tv snoiuN: vvoilh of the back waters shoved on us fiom all sides Is a lontilbutlni/ factor From a deep, daik caxirn in a umole lointr of the ,I': II 1( "'III. "' : \' ,11111 I."I'I'N IIftl'r 811dl ) .
I( ,UI'!tmiio inn'. (looks: aie fun, The litlle onis zip along I In the scarcity of fish, We arc still In accord there, As to grass continent of Africa, txvo small animals: tmcijrc! to stme in .UIIlI1I11II1.lhl" I.t. 11111 1m" h.II" .(. ttlO"l't't' !,,',
I Ireflectl'ely "\
I 01 bud on the river bottom Mr blinking axve at the wrick! rnd ruin, Stiutihinj his of "''pply bllt Iltf' ,
Lane head ,11
t "
with aist foi living, The middli-suid! OIKS play hints/ can see light All alonll'the '11111 '1'l1'l't III) le I,,". ibility In Ihis
shoi s of the North Fork above the bridge arc patches trying to the boy monkey tuined! piisentlv; hiM male : 110 oLhg'ltioll I... n'l'll' if 1111' I1l1nl'1xh.II"lill" '
i with life, The lug giiindfathtr docks tick off the "\Vell he in .* I't"JIlf"18 lx"'tlme tlMI
minutts. nays a tone of deep '
come up If tilt 1* lnes would only leave It alone I might Increase Iesijtnation 'I gui i

lowly itminding us: to take things uny\ nnd! xxe will last I Mi. tine: also misleads us with 303: miles of vateiway and we'll have to start all oxei again."-CJuole. i iNO For.Leility ill rl'f ""lIle' 1111: 1'I'e8! in Ihis III"," lli\e h\1.n

h\f\ Jongt>r. only two per cent of this being netted I know he means the CEIUNcTEffHER" 'I.I} ll'lIIIIII'I"n' ) In '"' .. f.IIIUIi"8 ulld th'st' in hll'l nlI''

Just imagine kicking: tinu nlong foi liJ) jian: and : Floilda coast Indian River etc But all the fish In these water "But dont they have a coxer thaige here inquned \,' 01:",'" .\ ..Ii I.1 1""I" !,' are not in Martin county They tl'avelln all these water ways As the timid chap ) '\ hell' IIJ m.lle lite I.I/OII,
? still being able to pitsent:, u tsmiling face, and ixny hour ?'Ill'll tre('. mllre rf'IIclily ulld
: I' to the two percent of wateis fished In Mai'tin county, brother that "How could they ? gushed the rd.llllln hill" II. III Ihl' 1111111,11I 11M
to clap hands for fUll! jrirl], "Ihis l is f.lIlIilv. llIlliclite thil'' IIII'
> your > E.A,M. hurts There are about IS seine nets operating In Martin county ,!garden I"I> i i'Oneel'llcd II.I\e 111111'11 III ('1111I11I011. '

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______________________________--- TUB STUART NEWS STUART, Martin' County. FLORIDA, "....DAr. MARCH H, t.MJOCIAL rAtE FTV*

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, o NEWS and -- -- MrtS.!; TRACE MARTTN, Society EdItor "

'11'11I. Happenings of'the WEEK IN STUART News item for thU paper must tenth the newspaper I "
I I. I office before noon on Wednesday I ...
; .M
(' cu,[ t1j 3E"1111 "IIII1'I: daughter of.P j| ANI) MAX AtH' : i 14 MI' HIII'Y: I W. Palmtr Mr. and Mrs. A O Kanarek of ADMIRAL MftT\ : NEXT WEDNESDAY: j who have been the guests (if Mr. Lake Geneva WIs., arrived t.of t.
ahe spent Seminole Avenue I H L. Snyders Thr and yes- their home in Roblnsvlllc, N. J, I Atlanta Ave., are t'llteltaln- I
) N .J i who announce the nephew, Lt. Woman's Club will meetat Mrs. J K. Patterson and te-iday to visit Mis David A.
H'ur ft,Udub"I .""". ," Palm, city, many engagement of their daughter, Phillip H Lew).,. a Topeka, )\as.I 2:30: next Wednesday and I M..... H B Hawgood of South bthaefei and Mis M O Pil- .- ,log,, Mis Charles W. Higgins, and 'Ii.Mrs. .

'' H ", _" 'I" Willam, J. Mc- Miss Florence Kanaiek to Mr. I attorney, who received his dia- hold an election of officers. The Harbor are leaving tomorrow< cher Misillafoid> Ransom Leach Marie Ufert, of West State '

,"ittf rv J 1 >, ISN: were' united Max Aueibach of West Palm charge from the Navy in Dec. program will include a panel morning for New Orleans en -- -- of Sew'alls Point, left yesterday Stiect, Trenton N. J, who are <':,
!> Davis and sister, their
from vacationing
on '
akii ., I. < \,hII'y, Methodist i irl has not been chosen. 1 mndation from the chief of E\ansCraiy. Mrs Carroll Duns- Mis Leonard week with her son and daughter, way ,
.arc I Cooke are vacationing at Miami Beach to their home In
'I'i, i i'HI a 1111"01\' evening at ----- --- -- naval air technical training for combe will be chairman of the I IPE.arl at Mis Davis home Mi and Mrs Arthur Rees III,
"' AlII IJIJlFI,i ceremony MISS JANE: CAMriJhlt; :: BHIDE his development of methods of hostesses. Di, C F. Mennlngcr and Miss In Port Sewall, were guests sev- I at their home, 919 West Peach New Jersey. Mrs. Higgins is a 1 1,1\,
''h, home 109 Of) UtlMISMLLIMs sighting instruction which --- Street cousin of Mrs McCord
It' have ---
In.). III < May Boan, who have been eral days last week of Judge and .
, th, i.', I I'IU'I'< Audu- Miss Jane Campbell of Utica, been adopted as the standard ;MRS NSCOMBfc: bNTFKTUNS visiting the doctor's son and Mrs.
11r.I Braid at their home In
leralneed It (DIII ite members N, Y, was married March 12 to for sighting( Instructors throughout tlLIVISTON TRIP diughUr-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Daytona Bench ; I ,
tnestilng/, the Francis H (Yankee' Williams at the entire Kaval Aviation EdwlA.. Menninger ,
" )JtI t I Mrs Carroll Dunscombe entEr- for the --
lrfl! rl 1'1 '11111ceremony\ the home of Mr. and Mis Arle gunnery training program tained Mis Edward Svann and past two months, left yesterday : ':
\1111)I) was given t Stuart of Camden Avenue by In tin letter, Rear Adml Felix hei house guests, Mis Fred morning for their home In Topeka Jo Courson arilvcd homi Sunday ,- I INO
i I... 1 lather, Mr. Dr. Charles A. Can: 'lei. The B Stump, chief of air technical Lamb and Mis Kans ( night to spend his vmatloi USED CARS
apjJ W. L Ingersoll,
freuba I. \C ,1 ad Miss Mary J Jl young coupk will make their training, commended Lieutenant with a motor trip to Clcwtaton between quaiteis, from Stetson
',,'l the bride, home in Fort ricioeMR Lewis for his contributions to I Mr and Mis University with his parent's. Mr
Monday to Inipect the William Chase I
I sugar and Mis A. C. Couison '
cf El-
Mr Joseph I --- high quality of Instruction. RED TAPE NO DELAY'
- aid Mrs. '
mills Gertrude
lal' and to have luncheon at Colby of dorado
.Ikl, n. was be&tl : AND MKS{ ;11.1'1'JNTUrrlN "Your development of prac- I the Miami Heights. !
11 Clewiston Inn were week end guestsof .
I t li(>neymoon4J1) : AT IUNNHI: : lieu! methods of sighting In- .. Mr and Mrs Paul HocnshelCap BOUGHT AND SOLD ,
1 Mai Ion Mr. and Mrs Edward M ipp fcti'notion, coupled} with tireless ;MRS RICOH! hOSTESS-: Mr. und Mrs. Jolly Bo/onc; has,' :
IINl entertained at dlnnu Saturday energy and Interest in warfareof ai guests her sister, Mis Dorothy "' .
your students Calinndio and chlldicn Doll!!'.
night at their home on the South at the Naval Paitlow
,'unlOJ J ( :\('JIEN Foik Guests included Mrs. Margaret Air gunners school, Jacksonville, Mr Earl Ricou was hostess to Jr., and son, Harold Evangellne, and Marietta of

.,\0'' It: / Hay, Ml, and Mrs. Lloyd ria, created such excellent results the F E.O. Circle Monday at her last Webster Su III, arrived by plane Cllffslde Park, N. J. and Marilyn CASH PRICES ) "

',I tutertaineduntry C. Travis and Mi James Fyfe. among air crewmen with home In Eldorado Heights. Mrs.Charles of March iday to spend the month Mticer of Bayonne, N. J. .
. with his parents, Mr.cud I
1 !, \ home Also on the following Tuesday whom you worked that your methods A. Can'lei gave a book -
\ \llth a lunch- their dinner gursts were Ma and have become the model review of .lit Journal of their Mrs.winter H W.home Partlow, Wateiniche, Sr, at Mrs. Louis Wittl and dauuhi FOR YOUR USED CAR

I 'iiists( Mrs Mrs. Edward Ciuslus Mr. Henry for sighting instructors throughout than Dickinson," a new Jona-I at 237 Seminole Phyllis, arrived Sunday altei

I' \11 Airy, N' C., Hambrock and Mr. Albln John- the program" the admiral which has Just been Partlows landed Avenue at William.The noon from Franklin Park. Chit See Rut Wiley atWiley's I
I I 'I I and 1 her I fon .said the Stuart LlbiaryMR Field ago to visit her aunt, Mis Ti'K'v

1'1 "" \1t.t CllarlesJ. I -:- ': -;- Martyn of Flamingo Road. &iLucle I
('API', ,\;'1)llIis.; \\-l \l11ltI I :MRS, IF BHIRY: AND :MRS I : AND: ;MRS MENMVGERCILBIim. : : Estates I
I The Eastern Star circle will Motor Co.
I.UUTIII\l' meet with Mrs. George L. Row-
J. ,a 1/1/! r.111': Capt. and Mrs. Jack Whitlcalenertaincd ttlTH BRIDGE ANMVEItS.R's': Icy of Palm at Mr. and Mrs. M Handle Mat-
City 2:30
: Friday
I, llH't TuesdayW at dinnci Tuesday Mis Glenn Do Berry and MisHanis I Mi. and Mis Edwin A. Men- alteiiioon beams. and chiidi( n. thi t twins. Telephone 291 Stuart

. t: ', mans Club night at their home on West I Lowery, Jr, entertained finger entertainEd with dinner I Betty Lou and Frank, MaIcim) ,, nand ,
, ) ,1 1r \11', J. F. Bo- Fourth Stuet OuesUs were Tuesday night with a bridge / followed by bridge Monday nightto Caiiol Dean of Wlntei haven,
Mis Walter D Stafford ..._ .
! ,1.\t d by her Mr. and Mrs. John B Rosenthal I party at the Lowerys home on celcbiate the birthday anniversary miSS.. :.. and -- -- --------- ---- -- ---

\j,, Callandro, of New York and Mis, Martin West Fourth Street. The affair of Mr. Wenninger, at I uamenne 111, who Gable or Jacksonville .
I i I Just returned -
'II' )>cp singing. of New York and Mr. and Mrs. was given In honor of Mrs. their home on Martin Road, St from
.l/, 'I will have I Martin Butzel of Detrult who Oeoigf Hudson of Canton N. C. Lucie Estates. Guests Included Cuba a airplane trip to I .
were over night guests of YACHT BROKER MARINE SURVEYOR
home and are vacationing at (tin! Pelican 'I Quests included Mrs John Dum- Mi and Mu Evans Ciaiy, Mr Mrs. Stafford's
sister, Mrs.
I I Irotel.ARINE I', Ick, Mrs. James Brock, Mrs WIl- and Mis Boyne McPherson, Mr Charles A. Carricl and Dr Car-
------ --- -- liam Berry, Mrs. Curtis Whltlcar and Mrs L. Ashby bogast, Mr. ikl I Thursday.
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.II. | Mrs. Clyde Pirtle, Mrs Arthur and Mrs John M. Law, jr, Mi Yachts for Sale and Charter
," Dehon, Mrs. Stanley Hitching, I and Mrs. Charles Ol'eenJees, Mrs.
Mis Earl Rlcou, Mrs. Blllle Stafford Arthur W. Blown Mrs. Leon E Mr. and Mis T. C Barber who
, II Mis Charles Porter Mrs I Ashley Miss Emma Lukeit, Dr. :Mis have ben Charles visiting Porter their and daughter Mr. FOR CHARTER ; 60-FOOT CRUISER. ;,
Stanley Smith, Mrs. Fred Joss, C. F. Menninger and Miss Pearl I

i 'CO FEET STORAGE SPACE Mis Bernard Coker, Mrs. William I May Boan Piizesfoi high scores I Poitor home) In have Mt. Airy returned, N. C to their NEW MOTORS. LICENSED MASTER ::1

King, Mrs. George Paiks, in bridge were won by Mrs. Crary I II I
I Mrs. C. R. Ashley, Mrs. Lee Ca- I Mrs Aibogast, Mi Law and Mr. 24-FOOT LYMAN-FULL ENCLOSED SEDAN
MAULING AND REPAIRS zoi't. Jr., Miss Elizabeth Robert- McPheison Mr and Mrs. Russell Oretgi!
__ and daughter, Jimmie, left 165 H,P. MOTOR ,
son Mrs Walter F Davey Mrs I I II '
Herbert: I Monday for their home Hanp- This is a beauty 1
Thayer Mrs Jack Coleman -
I \\llllain Auerdach
and I II
"'lii LDING, MACHINE WORKACKSON'S and Miss Bee Fllllngham I I son, Lt. Comdi', Aueidach of I ton Lodge In Croatan, N. C., and ;.
' I II'D Prizes were )presented to Mrs. I Naval Aviation arrived last thcii hotel in Kill Devil Hills 1-26-Foot Day Cruiser ,

,.', Porte I, Mrs. Joss, Mrs. Pirtle and week to visit Mrs. Fianklln D. 2-30-Foot Cruisers '
Miss Robertson. Jones, at her home Mi and Mrs. J. H. Johnson C
BOAT AND Sunny Villain
( 1-36-Foot Cruiser
of 84 Cleveland
--- Pelt Sewall.. Avenue left ;
Machine Service Mi and Mrs. Ted Chambers Tuesday by automobile for their 1-38-Foot Elco Cruiser :
I and little daughter, Ann left home In Elmira, N. Y
Capt Ellery Tuck has
I if,I I III {OM13 1 JENSEN BEACH f' Sunday to vllst Mr. and Mrs chased pur- : '
a 44 foot schooner }
Ralph Milan at their home 'I Lt and Mrs. Joseph Oicou Bring your yachting problems to us i
In// equipped twin cabins, and
Jacksonville.How I' lees left last week for Augusta,
with Mrs. Tuck and theii child-
, -- --- where the :
I Lt will
receive LISTINGS
-- -- i en will sail the lust or next
j I check-up at the hospital
week for Marblehead, Mass. .
I 1 Mi's. French Wilgu; of Russell .

Convenient vacationing Clint Taylor at.tilt who Pelican has been I Point, Ohio, who Is vacationing

i and Miami, has ben called Hotel to at the Ocean Breeze Camp, has CAPT. D. B. HEARN
as guests, Mrs. Leo Morman and
his home in Cleveland on account -
I'I Mr. and R. A. Welffcnbach
of the coal. strike. MAPP REALTY OI'FICEPOST
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I ,, Mr and Mis W. R. Reed ofNew OFFICE ARCADE
I Mr and Mis Fiedeilck W I II '
York, who have
How Economical been vacationing -
I I Sparzer who me on their honeymoon at Neptune Beach. F. O BOX 1003 PHONE 19

rived from East 01 ange. have arrived at the St. Lucle
N J., Monday to be the- -
overnight -
I'' Hotel for an indefinite stay
I'd' guests of Mr and Mr>. .. .
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'I'D Say Many Housewives Drive Lloyd, St.C. Lode Travis mates: of Riverside ,

d'h -. .- f

Karl II. BUl'ggraf of Edema on

h, VUJO\ /( IIAU, 'I\KI\: ,\\IH) 'AMA.I.: ;/: or< OUR the Indian I'iver flew house AnnouncementTo
Thursday after spending ten

days In Toledo, whEre he wa
'III f I ERSONAL CHECKING ACCOUNT called by the Illness of hibiothei

IIII ', Arnold liuiggiaf of
I, Put-In-Bay, Ohio. the Many Friends and Patrons of the former DANIEL'S SUNDRIES

( SERVICE -- store, and the general public of Martin County, we take pleasure in
Mr. and Mrs C Lloyd Cliff(

h of Randolph, Mass., who me Announcing Purchase of the Business by
hII vacationing at their country ,

estate, Sago Sands, Waveland,
are expecting their son, Mark,
''II a student at the Woodstock .
I The iTSKst: / most l pi'iiUkal Country School Vet., to aulvc JAMES HERBERT BRUNER

and efficient \\.iy' to keep tomorrow on the Champion to \
spend two weeks school vacation -

I tl)tCk Of JOUl\' 111 1110 eXpl'HI]) I with his parents AND ,
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tuns And no cunomicil/ : :

Only I JOe l let> checkith no ,

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minimum chuigo Ti'iiI

\WHY r\OT 1 HUN \OLIS JIOML; OX '1HU bAMH\ : I : Inviting Your Patronage I ,!
In This Post-War
Economy REAL ES- ffl
'BY ('1IECF: ? You hove n Receipt of each expenditure Ask TATE VALUES ; S NEW SHIPMENT OF CANDIES ,1 I ,

l'l' Fur Details tlnue to Rise, Con'I'I COSMETICS AND PERFUMES :. ''I:


Once Again, We Feel I II .

It Our Duty To Remind -

,........ I You, As a House I i THE CONVENIENT LUNCHEON SPOT .
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That Your

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htiTIZENS and AT ONCE. We ,
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,, ,. Urge You To Call Us ., I

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Phone 19 PO Arcade Our Aim Is To Please"LYRIC "I "

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Pttr sir, 'HI) II sns,: I .nn ei trl' U..n...ur I "n'' rillulll I tftf'RtiD.tl. 't11Cr'll' !n 1 1'1111, _
.- __ -- the concert by Mr. and Mr I \1 ,.
and attend' '
CLUB LIBRARY LYRIC THEATRE on m Ihcit.f. guests over Sunrin M
Social News ,r.ril" ?tilt i
and COMMENT of Miami
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1 1G 1Q HAS; NEE1 BOOKS Ulllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllll FRANCE APIS I Stuart Cont'd (\11'111, 11?and furt,,Mi Laudmlakvesur' "u d C. Travis of the- Mis Clydr Pro.

TilEY NAY tin Inps( terra -t lin'tled in tin <',nl>' stares t ,' ,10 attend\ a luncheon (Ii i

w .rrl'the. I l';Diu ii'is' \IjI':|i li\' tin vij.ln .di. t., 't. t'mTi"I'" i , a 11 t n 'Id A. Sdim. '. loral DANIEL SOLDPlan ;Mi and Mrs Bemin -e- Friday 1 to 1 all' ,
ow iv i li'uiitid' ,l\ \\alt OI-IHX' laiti'iii' emhlc'ms.) \\iii Ix mj"' last last li I b,,

"r ,\ WI'nt In) .1 buylna: : comets, hat "I'It serious )IMI, ,.III'S' '. (hit was xiniillnnjr! 111(1'( I rntoinined ai cunnei their Miss MinniE Louise Greene party of 12 table, .
low evening at parker' are
..' is I she stated It. and has readinjr .1 comic xtripvhili- )pcifm mill!!- /a lirain operation.) I nesclnv> Jupiter Wand ) Miss Maargarel' Tallahassee his parents SICu;i 1:11\:,,\ 'II|, ,

d.i. /ins' of now book for spring Also. the startled l burghers) of (Germany; had shown ('onsiilualilc : Exlen ive Theatre on Edwin A (, \' today from Piltle. returned h, ,' i
and l
I i I'd i umrmr reading Hundred / .. puzzlement' : over liillin I I'. S. hon.htiK. ) with :such Modernization, Koble < F Mf> <': spend 5 days bI'wl'en-term. (

I i ': .nutty. ivitroni who are nor numi ii" ''I)roopy| Dinvviinnd' "Dim Genie." card States of Stuart, Dr C., and Miss ''I lion with thel.. paient Mrs. moi'ning;;.

8, r ) i.,itm' : '11'' kn ill library I of Topeka. Kan l J. Greene and Dr and Mrs
r rBaaedonnfardrd II-O-O Three malor transactions In May Doam of Topeka Alter NEW ENTRIES IN
'Inuit i "uc i t ''It' I nltrct to l D Parker
III, 'in' <' in ,rm i ,I !took over i I the ,I THIS nutlonal criKiacterlrtk, of low-rating and Bt.mil. Imtti.Pd! the weeks realty net thirty neighbors! In the -. FISH TOURNAMENT

,1II i thfv) MilKiuf/iiiK Mpparvntlv has nothing to do \\ith our news\ In Martin county with ler' colony came In for Mrs Helm Aspinwall and

:New. Ii, "h 'u JllI'l"I', Throw I fighting quality or' with our, appreciation of the sales consummated on the formal talk by Mr.tl'f'f'all1l1/ .'. Miss Alleen Mastln of H M DiRRelt l .v
I .\'IJV ytd.I! i q\ Riot : "Arch ohicit 01 I Jlt'r"Co dexitniuted. Those, U, for Instance, i Theatre flowering tropical I : Palm Beach) wale In Stu- entered a 4 pound HUsh
,, Lyric colored slides
n 01 1 Tilumili, Hem ii"quo: 'Brave I| the title of Stuart high whool's student paper" "The ;.Fiance Apartments ed with ] Monday on buKlnesuMis ,
e-- In that n.visi'
Mucllmn'" Hi b"rts. Before the ] /D.i//K. : ." We an all thoroughly latnillar with the building, and the purchase < r

nu'+a arty/s, cnn GnrDown", Howard: j jHncltslH I fact that 11111 to become loud of a Publication I' of Daniel Sundries business Mr. and Mr J. C, C D Blakrvlee heiuin Malcolm) A Sanlori I

f /IlamVaf/, ,', HI ( ri',1u i (11 luilf1mre '.id<\ Hi.visited! ". WaiiRhDivs : uillitl I "Tin |Possible:' or u fili-nd nitknumod "The I The 10n"-IX>l1dlnll Lyric. tran- I who are now living In 8t PC t i Mis D E Bl"kpsil'l' of dens R I. enter ?

urhw hvn a d tips, stud NiUits 81! ml now.Divid ; I Goon," 01 even a lucttlllj) uffettlonatolv referred to IIK I IIILl'tlon18' finally "wound up" I burg, spent the W: -:; ::': I II iilon, Conn. and l grand-daugh. 8-otnic" I'obllI.ltl"c
Dudl'l'lth Cup. J i I''
Mrs to '
i Modem will be I. the Kln(, Sthmltt: Littli Sodom," but such title are certainly. no (&'I't'ult'I1COlll'IIIC'ml'l1t : fctuart with 1 i', Margery TumlhlMIJl'l'nt \
pavements Vee
deed to '
with signing! [ of a Mr. and Mrs. 1<\\ a 15: mud a 21 -poum
Fixes oj i Hal'l'oYeorby. "IVllt parents to ;spend
: to lo\'(' at first sight I! West Friday
urgently needc: when thousands Inc, from the
Bee Theatres I MennlneerMr : 'uHlsh1Uo enterer' < s
\ Be Oixci Chapman : with her
jf n 'w,' Otis take to the "Jnnu-I 0-11-0 Maloney estate for the large Palm Beach RondJean's
n\ 1h.1Pm.tl'ldlp PennyVise I
road Rfc" t Mruct;en or wIden- : I structure built In 1D2SIht : "' McCann .
\ (':u'lml': Powder Valley1 In FACT my plaudit ro to the student editor vhoIK downtown and MM K:. t Imcop --- -- -
ing v. ,th i.inerttt) will reduce firm Is headedby ,
I Show Down Field : Star of the occasionally ulilc to burst part! the barrier of IIl1l'h, a title purchasing and IUttle daughter, Carol of
congest and driving time- Unborn Veilel The TurQUoiM with serious Frank Rogers of Tampa Md, are vlsltlnu
a t thnuifht 01, so The HctomiilUhmenl reminds ofFort Springs and Gift Sho
Koblegard jr, Novelty
hold d"v'n accident N.
rate- '' 'I Ruppert
8(1 on. Those Other me of a salmon that managed) to trot over OIJlJn'ille Dam. The cor- slater, Miss! Luclle Inseoe (
ka\e\i"t ODonnell Winter I
: Rue Apartment
-insure c..m i 'numtv' j rogrns :Mettinujnce' : "Wild Galen- : o-oTHEIin -o ;l put'alien i Is a holding llrrn for e PHONE 9131-J
Block are various, forms, of "low I'Rtln&WI'/ fasten Enterptat0.! Inc.. which
Why You're Safer find exercised! l who for I Mrs. Ethel Spt'lrs.'ho
the novels it bv Home men are mute fear rcrate| the Lyric
Am on!it nivxtm areDiaih PLASTIC NOVELTIES
en Contrefo Lilts tiv Litih. Ollbert; the will make! fool", of Ihemselvo They ne\er open i I We plan to completely' renovate been' t the house guest. of SHELL AND

their mouths in ;No. crlnin i- redecorate the Lyric niece, Mr Carroll
('111111': Pindoia. Dean "Th puhlii meeting irreatenoujfh and
.1 Concrete provides an even : who also an- :and Mr Dunscombe and (ENDING LIBRARYAT
Innocent :S1ru Dull. Holding: to evoke their participtilion) They an made wild Koblegard. '
h dependable surface, sure trac- The Pavilion. Lawrence: MurIn : :Zeros litear that the111 "nathi; \\1'.nlC: thing" J i nounccd that Engineers are making I recently returned' lions. \ Staf'J QUINN'S STORE
.. I In Miami.! l II leaving
tion rain or shine, utmost visibility I a atlr'Vey for installation
Within Murder o
( Lockrldge! o- -o
5a at n ghi- vitalto when equipment for her home In BEACH FLORIDA
qualities air-conditioning
I Slnpe That Creep. BonncrSomewheif : ANOTHER roRJl) 1 01'this national trait I is 'the banality I -- _. JENSEN
the ptatection' : of you and Is available>
in the House. Daly. of conversation in small town Income, our druir store transaction was handled I Mr, F T. Maurer has '
family on the road. The
your I
l\UAT'PRIC oda fountain, Did you esoi\ jet an ear full of the average:! by Theodore Dehon & Son The led, to the home of her
S JUMP coiuernation will say, between a group of four or five : Mr and Mrs George Row'
Insist that 'salt' lot $+7.600. accordinglo
highways was
your FIRST OF APRIL. Stuart business men downing cob,!' Ye gods! Y<> gods I Insu uinenls filed Palm City. after i I

be built of and little fishes'! 'Fhenil\ try to be) thiid-iate imitations! : Anolhtr, large! transaction was week In Hollywood'UStlI1M i Just Received New Shipment
concreteU. ..I.H'k'umllleHII! L. Swani and Ilw Ma\ DrotherM, The .
<>Ii'1 Damn Ka\e ( average drugstore of tht Fiance Apnrtmtn's niece. 1\I1'H. Fred Nlebll.m
:i OPA (tilt' net price executive, conversation I Is I he far )purchase .
l lid only legitimate txcine. MO : here by O C. 'tJerry- Mi Nleblingi NATIONALLY ADVERTISED
\ ."( d i I' toll meat dealers' loI for the atomic bomb. i e -
the Lighthouse
S. Route No. 1 (I itint p!OMIH retail ceiling Smith owner of Sara Rollins arrived '
o-o-o and his brothel. R. S, Smith olChnilotte *
Needs! la k" puces on meat remain effective I from Df Land.thl'rl' WATERMAN'PENS
Modernized: and gall April: 1 even though there IT SEEMS to me that this", wonderful country N. C" from the Shep- I IK attending Statson
of should aim Each of be laidestaie I The apaiimtnt house,
Paved with Concreto i I' n fmpoiarv deduction In ic- ours one UK can a to ,,' '
t III profit margin, i I fine person, or at lenst try. to be, instead of succumbIng 'largest in Stuart! has 35 units tlon spend)with her parents Mi !

11H'1'l'n"'cln1f'1I it t prices! at whole to t the pattern nt'J protectixe" mediocrity. Let whatwe and 300 foot outage on Frazier Mrs Roscoe Rollins

PORTLAND ClEMENT 'nk ::0 Cll"C'1' ,' >|jiovcd wage In- |i do. \en though it bv a small school puper or u Creek. Transaction figure was -e-

"r nsfs he said became effcc-I small town Aeeklv paper bo I ihtbext we u n do, not nnmed R. S. Smith will\ Col. and Mrs Richard A.

ASSOCIATION 1II'I'h: ; 11 and ,taught'rer Irl i with the highest Ktandaiiis'' possible throughout" operate the revolt enteipilseand .
II \.1. 'd, ,'''holesatets mu now ell i) 0-0-0 )pluns are afoot lor exten- ,, ell and little son Ricky. and Pen and Pencil Sets
lovatton, and iefurnitliing have been(! the guests of her
dye l
.tin i In,'r i 11..1.1' Amendments' EACH ONE of would l be his sub cats Mi. and MM '
',o --C" 'p' \ us dolnjf pint by \ ,
: ;
: i ,'it:l i 1'11 i Ie !( -u);\lions and I '
., "J _. scribing to tin standard' ol intellltruice/ instead of the I|i I Capt. ,tames Heibert B.unei. Bennett of Port Sewnll $3.50
,'5,5':':''Ho'. nt l P'I'' ('It in not' residents of up
soiled banm i of foolishness and Jnmis w'. Mcggett of Stuart permanent
.mph tutu i UI,111 i April\ 1 Swan- ,nd have rented the
', O--O | have ptll'l'bued Daniels Sun- VISIT OUR SODA FOUNTAIN AND TAKE
(ml I .1(1 r :.1.; tint time '!
Palm Road
THIS i IK, marvelous There Ix dries store In the Lyric arcade since on City
'I' I '" :) .1: p"; n era oinnttunil| i I I ,
for fell' of goodwill" '" to accomplish t-rnni t thiiiir/ It IM i I Horn Mi and Mrs Ralph Daniel, HOME A PINT OF THAT DELICIOl

_. ___.._.. __ ------.2 I ,'I- MI'ions e.a.. Millions of persons, lire staving, ( Millions i and began operation of the bus- I I Mi. and Mrs, Andrew W ), ALTAR ICE CREAM
nett Wr
jIr tRR......' _..- I under Its new are flying to Key t
mesa this week
: unsolved!
___ ::: ol praxes are "still 'lIh, tribute, to the
problem'' ''' ol win. nut; these' great things will not be I name of "Bi'tiner'*," day and will spent the l
mu n MianshMr >><<
(' '' HOIK. nor these great/ "problem solved, by men who ,'i I Bruntr. uhl will shortly be re- : >.
o'1 leased' Horn the Army, is here
would lather be fools than take the chance of being and Mrs Ben
taught in a serious thought, or of being allied with a !now helping to launch the new
: Lynbrook, L I arrived last
...e n Tinge in'ii.. He spent & years In the
> cause and rented an apartment STUM) [ IiaUfi Bflflf1
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I HI my. 3 2 years overseas En-
o-o-oI Atlantic Court, ,
= I 1. tlUiI us a private, he attended
r TIIEHE I 1II''I''pllO'm") to be written. lo stir the spirit) (, i, the Ameni.nn School Center i REXALL STORE PHONE 11

li ul mm, and xtoiics, lo thrill, ) him with the diama of thin S tin West Point ol England," Mr. Charles A. CnnH I

_.. j mi n<"" on a xtiu. lleie" in this town ol Si nurt, there arc where he was onunisiioned< and to Palm Beach yesterday to t

{ r immoital, paintituc waiting to be pulntcd\ and fire bvt-! < teas attached to the Office of I her sister, Mrs. Walter o .
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I ; mm ailing to be livi'd,,, Ihexe thinjfx cannot be done b> the Chief Quartermaster In the In- "

mjfflM'J" .4 l Io'r< > on \\ ho low-u" himsi H'.. ,For he has said/ Ijv tlieveivi islun ul EiliopeSTUDENTS .

flW*n, $w : "gf l i 1..1. I (ol his piotdtive" jruisc : 1 um pliiiiiit rm''''l'lf -o kiss _._ -
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J, & & \j, 'q" that no one will thioxv, mud. at n1\'. I iiuinot make a mi.1t -- DON'T CRY ..1.+,... rill ,
i\ I \ t tal" IxcniNe I ,'illl1ot I \.t'I1ItIl't. on to Iht dangerous| trioundi ) : OVER BOOK SHORTAGE

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NEWARK: N. J.-< Api, You

i i- THUMBNAIL SKETCH probably won't hear many stud ;,IlDlir ,

f1 r I P.a mixliiccd| Mow with the hammer, H man dlxiibkil ents complaining' about this but ;

;one 01 his thumbs 'That' too bud," said a frkcnd0eret'ul publish rs of school books are

8 I di.vs. iltiiwuido, "No. it I Isn't," "replied the man, so la.. behind "It will take "I'nrs"t
I I d r d '#'a m! I Ia I <; cash up with the demand
.if : almost resentfully, 'It]t i is one! 01' the best things that: <"('irhappeiud .
Willlnm W. Llvliittood\ Hillsdale
to mt It hax taught me to appreciate I that I

1M '' : I thumb. I nevti Anew' its value lH.fol'I\ I I mind out bv editor-I-chief of n large

;,r J'1' ;' actual count the first lay that tl1t'I'I''t'I' 237 things' I textbook publishing film says

; / been that thumb of life without the reasons are shortages of
S. \ I had u-inji fol''I'Y day my -
// ', !urlMiijr it a t thmitrh -and it wax: piactuallv Indlsp'I1 1 paper. an increased demand andcatl'hh111
with the retrenchment
'.(:- I able fur every one nl them \\'e mtiulue, our commonest up -
yo the
,;. blessings until ere me del11'I"I' thl'm-\\.11I, yeas during depiesMon I
when schools with
/ got along
Call what books they had '

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.<- frame grip :,nnaie Adjustable and. sturdy An Invitation 1'0rfhe Voters

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R.g. 29e Holds/ Plenty I RESTING ON OUR OARS

itti-II)-UIIY HllRtlMIv OF MARTIN COUNTY It is related that Napoleon
C'OOIiU: f'a having read a travel the safest most comfortable and most

J'... .".n" 1'1 glowing account from one of his generals luxurious ever enjoyed.
.'.\It \ telling of
a great victory. wrote across the
Equally great improvements are in pros
-- face of the report this question: What
e 2./JU do did pect for our freight service. Modern equipment

''ipM Walt Disney's :I '1\i you way of saying the next that day'which the grist from is another today'smill efficient including more powerful and more

This wonderful imootb adorabl ;;4'-dJ IN ORDER TO BE FULLY INFORMED ON ALL LOCAL AND STATE will not suffice for tomorrow's locomotives, will carry more freighton

flowing enamel dries In Dumbo in two \ ISSUES VITAL TO THIS SECTION, I HAVE ARRANGED TO BE AT The Seaboard Air Line needs faster schedules, for the better serviceof
four to nix hours to a rich different poeecblgh Railway along the
'gtoss) Snub, Gorgeous Highly glazed MY HOME, 1118 OSCEOLA AVE., ST. LUCIE ESTATES, SECTION 1 with other American railroads has public
colors! pottery beautifully e -:;:.; ( WEST OF KRUEGER CREEK BRIDGE ) MONDAYS THROUGH credited with magnificent been Rome was not built in a day, and it takes

limit -2 t. a Customs l painted. WEDNESDAY EVENINGS, BEGINNING NEXT MONDAY, MARCH the recent World War. But performance that in time to build giant locomotives, new can
record is
25 and other
now history. This is ihe "next things required in our impros'ement
Smooth Imported Willow, day" and we
IF YOU HAVE ANY MATTERS PERTAINING TO POSSIBLE LEGISLATIVE are confronted with new opportunities program The Seaboard Air Line Railway
ACTION-SUCH AS TAXES FISHING WATER CONSER. new responsibilities. however, is known for its pioneering in i

\-I, VATION OR AFFAIRS OF THE SCHOOLS PELATING TO THE i In order to provide our patrons with such matters as air-conditioning, streamlined '

LEGISLATURE, I WILL BE GLAD TO SEE YOU AND TO CONSULT finest in transportation the the trains, diesel-electric motive power,

f t TI.OTHES: x WITH YOU ON THESE MATTERS.MARVIN Line Railway is intensifying its Seaboard modermza-Air etc., and you can count on us to continue

IIASKKT + tion program, and very soon you will "out in front" in the interests of our patron
.yh see nnd friends.
ts rr gliding
I I'f @ over Seaboard rails new streamlined
', trains with ultra-modern coaches Watch for future advertisements in the

3.49. and better motive power, These and bigger series in which we will discuss other sub

: this basket smooth refinements will combine to make and other jects of mutual interest to your busmefl
clothes against Seaboard
of snugging
'f :Mo chance and ours.fr .
idti Closely woven to keep dirt out

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1,:;, cltl.flf '. I I WB Mnirl REPAIR rlnmblni' bottom and o Metal nrhat, *W-nrki ran*' CAPT. FRANK HERA unr11 'Ihi,. City ,if SI.. -, Ih.11' 15.. .
.tuitt < ". t. "' nltnr S'h' I I I' 0.1', I'd..m.d .
\ Phil P.ne 1'hone 100 i KI 4-H ,"" n S., ,lh.lf IlIu't. 'muln' ,, .n.n'dlaa .1. pVaIlnrlS.l.'il.d f
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----I I II AT BAY PINES 'I '. J ,0 I I 1 I h". :: i .! I Ilrh.r.l. ''h."dn, 4 a 01 I I. ,ll .Ui lbs
.1. I"flh h. .r a lr !> ,n"1 J' I h I M , .. ,
no"'f .10. rl hovh"I" "" -h.n .n '> high hlililc' it Ihfitit "",r'' h.:",M. doorDatid
I I 1'IEDUT DELIVERY Frank Hern I.t'a. 'I .. r'fm, .., I "I "r' "I ,l..,, ,I.,, h I",. I "'lt Is' 151'> MomlHl ''h.' ,m"nfh
captain of a i Heel 'Ihi ,. I "'1. Itlvir I 11. H pnlnlthin IT I, Ir '
IF FUII..I It.I'11 ''h,' .r ::rl '" u.I'l'a.r ,. IIApill. l IllIa. whlrh 4 'lh' I aI.ll5'' ..f 'I
of "inn' I li an hanliily; and N.ulh.ily hi I ., ,, '. 'I"J. AlI '
ON small river boats which Ro..I.t" '' '10 I s .u, h 'fl rnllflraloinhiill I 1146.
I nave PRODUCE MOVIE I illii-itlm' Irln, fal i rnm th. 1'.lf,, I'"nml.,..,..., MI.",. 1..h' anI :Is' ',',i'm :,: .;i::iidlim,:: lo law Ih.proiKily ihln 51111' tiny of rvhruary,
pleasure to many here when he him .bin,' if 'Ihi- N,. I.nrli. Kh.r onHiwnlli hal' a "ai'y,, .r ''hi. H.ln'o, I ', ,,"h. : ill-Hi', I In HUI'h rfrllflral.c.r I u'lrrult (',.urt Hrallj IU. I

FERTILZERSAND operated them '" Ii.. .uial' .1..."S .10 I r.ol f.u'l.alul Untied nn,.,. n "','..k r.,.. r.u,' ,'u"'ulh'o r,..i-urimt :l l told I In 'ihv hlithont n. POMFTIOY. .

I U from the Stanley r"m, II," th, N'hlt tn''b. I II 'l. SI'mil" N'a, .. n'.w.,. l.ll.li.r HI iho hoii, ,iluor on tho ('l rk Court,, of MarlIn Taunt .
33HEDMENTS flf Kltchlng waterfront li" "liSa' I .abdhIaI.u, I k ",sanaa .r ,.,'n'r,1, I ,',r."I"I., ," I I",, NIl, C"un''$', flral, Monday, In month, of. April, .Mm,'(rr,1 )

J propertynear I Club members and ', thi-ni-p rm", 'In a ."orld.. ..d ,,1",. ''h. hl'h "r tin. IIaard whlrh I. 'iho ,itny nf A,., I'CO'I( T, M.

the bridge. died Saturdayat Four.1 Cn.I11.. ,iIaa'th. .I"nl .Hi., Nnnh .1.1 Ira,,. u i.iilfi.i, | "'"I't ot ..hl.11..oI"UI" llnlol. thl. l"Ir., ,1",">. of ...h.'fl.Uf.,, l hr. ... Mari-h 7. II (21 rNilr.l .0 .\ ,
, 0 Day Pines leaders are Invited to cooperate "", alp I lt 5,\' oil "..1.II""n iiIIl I Hi""f,'la'y 11.. .I R. 10M lnOT.: .
Hospital near St I. 'hi- W.I.T.. ir thihvnii I Ihi. Hlati' .r I'In. liln' ,.l'l'' | .U"h., Dork of limit f'mill,, of Mnrlln' Inunly, j
PeterfcbumHf In I.,, Ill,,', miii.nl.Ihc h.p IS. AilopliI, I'. I.. Jnun. LIOAL'ld"'MUS' ( I
on hand. 4 a Cltrui Frrtill educing a new movie which .,. ,. 'I.hl"
rr wlili .1" Is. "uI ,. I .11,.'. In At 11.1 J. II. l'IIM : ,, ,
) (Clr f l't'l
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( .| f.' home been hospitalized for will portray the actual contilou- ". I" ..1 tI 'o'hlnnI "tI'.,, f'Imml.I.I. I i I.I III. ( ('. FOR APPI.ICATION FOR TAK
,,1111.1. .lI'MIII'l' |rv. a food frllllr now .! several ,, It .1' I' ..1.,'"' ",71,.." ",h,,' ... A"r''.",. I'."",) """" l"It'Il.' KVh. SH. MH.I-II. -: .II iiini,, DELI
o months following a at 4-IIers to better rural 1).1 ,I. '' "1' "I' M. h. ISIS.lhIAIOII ,' I 7. .I J.,1, I 11111. \ ri4r' ((3-ntIs' Bill, No'18.1) \

FOR RENT stroke. tons ., F'", .. NOTICE 1 Is H rll...I'IV.KM. Taa.1nt'll ,
RALPH ULMER I "h'g. II 'i'iiriTv' I rtlMMIIOM' ": --AL ADS ADviiimti YI011CK lltlTANliM' ) ., ,1 I A.I'UAMirH ,
".' MOTOR Stuart will miss "Capt. Frank" IW .4 511 I l'l'I')I'N'' lllll\' ---- ._,IRTiS&M&NNOTe& -- I ( nn,, I 1",1.,,I I'IANCEI' .

CO. Tile picture will bo the first Ial'h "II '"' .l''I, 1(111( TO CREDITOR tinano holdor, '"..7 fin IViilflral, Jll'

with his checkered shirts flowIng ever based Idea -- I In Ih. MINI.: '1a46, 'II. 'tinlih, ilny, of July, AM.
a story .lriK'
/ t.i.i-l. In P.IN 0'0 I
.r. beard Ipon l i Miinn NI,) I YC ItS lInt I mmi I MII. in, mi. ofllii.I niOfha

r i which he shaved (r t furnished by a voluntter loader S mAL''DVfRTit': i 'I ; I Ith SIAIr County!: OH, 'HoiM.' I 'I"n:"',1'' ", ."I'lll, \t.l\' 10"1. :: :: : .:,," rII",,;:; :"I''::.,, :,I' ,:,S 45d aI j

uiitiiiiiiiitiiiMiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiFOR, two or three months I -p'r.D .II'I.IA ,Iaw. "r "hh.. san a.IS ,
(vtr Just a Club. A typical 4-II COUNTY T IANKI"1 .. 1' I ii i- ai'h"'" ,n Hiiid' iillflim, '
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RENT tl It grow back again i and boy giil. selected the OF MAR1IN lOUN I Y. fLOIUUA Vou, imh, f MHI Dnillm-ll un. ,h i ('b..MIIU'IY_ ..AIT... .r .11""" .. A"'" 'mlir.iirly In ';IS.1'' I'll;',1,1, ': 'inn..f NaIls.1 I., ," : I
t..t m nrh JItllllll, Ilflhl; I fl'OI II Ii 'h': I uS' IIurd,, .0 W ., ,,, ,. nn/.hVinY f 11111.! known, ,, ,. 'ihi' tVCIILIAIKSIIRAINAO11 ; I .. ,. M.t"
II "' ilr I 'I I .
plctu\psqut He had : ; 1" ? ,??" "" ,' :
III'hlllllll'lllll Ill ,.,,, .I.rl.
r.t 1700.000 members In the County ,, .
lJech. i club : "nt. MIIu ('auNt', Hid dvmwnla,, ; I Al"I'I fillliiolnu ,III,,,'k I
ohiih 11"11" HI in.
roll MrNTi, ... r'loriiIU.lt".. 'ha, ,, you 01 illhi 0 yoiay .. AMFN 1 .
lmlor" I'""" many friends 'Ii ( 'a I. "miniltltlnPpn ha : ,.. ; I 'I"'u '. .11".1, Kv.r.k'hiil. PI'.. f
pni uimli.t r 0. 1
among th. PAI.M I'l'rY
J ;n ciLNTIC play eladiiig chaiac- I Iat.'t f Jllu, || .
tn I. IV.' ru. 'I I I1jii.liilv 1. ur ,ruin ( ,11itb I"It'I.Ih 'llrnlnamKl.lri, 1'
h Iu : P'ln. ; :' : : : :' :: Die winter naton.1 5h' Hum-ill' "ill-.n.i.I l 1.0' .t .",,l'I, Inunlyo I. MA"IN Q. ,I' U. I' n t'n. KI KTIONM: '
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in a. I flshlnl population In the movie. hlahIuul" auI IS "undnrir, I will' I hi .rr. 1.
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Juilici H ; 4 I
tf m hrl.lit. I I.uuiI.I, ''' uu tEr ,", h".hf, "' I 0" ,aId, nunty' of M"II. ('nu',".. ,I ,, ,.:, ., l.rfor .thlhlKhl '.I. '
'n He Is 'hl."r 10..1 .h. Mnrlda. hi. .. .1. t ti if ,ih.unrtir .
Y by a In at I In .ih t'nun' ., "hl nl'
M) .', 4.l slrvlvld brothel The movie will be Iponsol'edby I'"nl ( "".n".I""I, ,".t,1, .h.n .f, .. llu, 1.,1 i' I I In.i hid, il",n.l, I I .tho rli-ht, otihi 0.0". ,...,. ,10 .rl .
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o Philadelphia. A veteran of tr-c 1 "n 1.,1, ,',, n .m.IH" ,,, Ihi. ,IniKlii. of 'ihi Inioinal, linpiotimint of A. .
thc Scars-Roebuck Foundation dat. of "
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SilK' H..NT, ,lul.ai' AI.r..I.1 "...'I "'" ,, ., .1.lnn .. i 1.1.1., .. "lh ...,ilim of 'thin .. .. 1. f. .I"hl. K.in.l I mid, ,.1 'iho Itiuml, of Cum.nil.sliu .Hull.aid I A.I.' he
noil -: pa.
r ht.lf, fIuu. lh.ula.I' ", fl. Spanish American War. he was nnd produced In coopera '1.,I'','lplpa, .h..r, ,,,,,'1".1 .. to nnd' I mu-,1, In In, wrltlnir i '. .1.10 muni,, mnlinf ,,,. .7 hMivludiH, I""".,,- .Ilia. d'.m.d m-mi-dlmi. .110.. I,,... .h,11 i id.lrrllMd .IS. unenlrnip, .
, l-hom' UI.J. I.i.uuuIV', .. '. 1.1 ,0 'Irl,'I to ,iijirl nnd I all I,III.. ul, tholiiuilhouno .
I ally
\ If' 'u I. a member of the local Veteran the U. S. Department 11.. I"'Ia t't' ,.r '. '.... "", ''hI .mi', ,I Ihi ,,In \I I Iwhlffh.1,1 ..hl I. Ill. A
OIRT hoirinnlnir al Kind loi k
tonJh t ''h. 'lslnat,, .i hldd.r nl' inurton has.
% COuNTY .nd nal' I I" .
of Foreign Wars post Funeral the State Exten COMMISSIONER'5DISTRICI .. .,1,1, hy ,III.. ,.1m.,," hI.R"n''. A. M.. .,. tbi 1d.f' of April Ifo. i hiflr.t Mnln>, I In mIulIth.

'p1tTMF.NTS! A.AHTN..NT, 'OH R7'1 I', I ". c'etalU are not known. Anlrulure. NO I : .1"'',') IrIh' ,. ,. I 'a.l lr Ai ,. nil, ,purl-pin, of Innd of .t.n, Am,'II. 55411. ahI.'h In th.April. ..h I .1. 'I.e .t
.I IU. I 'I.' I and National .n .11 1"0' "r rn.' I It 5Ia' "li.--hi.lf, of potioloum,
nOR ID"HE' dlH:: ',., :: II'.IIt'.ai i : : .1:1:I."u 'I f, I SII'lce8 4.1 I. .,,,"hun, ., .Ih. N"r'h", a'- .,'onr""" '0 I.. i"nil, I 'thni-.fnurlh.' of 'h.., inlnorala ..10411. ,
TIART 1 I Club New*. p 1 "r. 5,1h1fl, I. .'," his 1"10 ,l h Pd,,",'b. A. I II.. wi ".' .1111. .0'10' ''lay .r Pt.rpy, ..14G.Irl.o,1 .
Aiautm \ I COUNTY I. T..hl'' f7 I' I by TIII.IIIof' ill, Ii,I( I '
.lAIAp-r, | 1 1II .1 ) I IIihuu.hu : APPROVES ISIS. ,
I Saul' ,. ,'" 41 Ca-i: 'thu'ti'r \ : ;:; :: : I'o' H."I
l.n Fiinil, I. l.a.m'uIo: fin ,
a.I nut ""h' M .
,..In'.Jdr '" '' h t To obtain the best materialfor ., Its, \r. R. I'OMKROY.
H"h I l ,
Nah PSI'b
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500 NEW CHARTS .1,1 .,". lhh p. 'hhalo' "' .10 lb." KxPOiiloi, ,' nf 'ihr 'iHlnti',, of ,., 1111.,,, ...ill. ."f, i."I fill, wlili,. will I.'i', I l'I.rb nr..I'' ,,,"n, .r I"ln ('nanl'?.
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iiimiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiiiimiiiWANTED I the movie--both in Itl'YIdea .1" dmn.t. 'nv.il I l.y, nlil' rn.lii.I fnm nny parnlihrointh PIll, .
nhir.' .if thi .
l.kof lila.'r.
.-. Martin coimtv commission and talent-a .IhrHI'. I I.i rid HIM i 'In Nurih I hi. 'I II AllIS WIIIDIirN: "'"h.kN. 'lloildn whlih 'Ihir ,I. un i ..ln. ilal* dO \
10 TO RENT I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII dpuniii-h, of,thl. Norlli- Atliirnit, r., I tiiiil.uMa iiMil: i I nnd\ m.imini; ,::, f:.r : I',: amir ..r. 2.. I.h 'i. r I I rNi.rr.f.
yesterday ,
V 1. T PAGET 'II apluovd purchase of 4-H tontekt has been launched.As w"'ot' I 11,", H u., U".I .h 14. 51. 2' AI'I, I I. .ilnmntloii I nnil,, I fi i" ,iimd I ', ," : will.
t".r"II I h. I., ..
I 500 11 11 mi" Mil I 'Ill lloanl of { .I.
EUPriOSf 'IISZ new charts of f the Cross- Incentive the club leader .rin', HI I' ", "',' iind, .ty LEGAL ADVEHriSFMENT -- aI.l.'nl, ., ,f r:v.i"',.1,1., llrnlnnvo, LEGAL __ I

; ; WN1iluf: T.. ;: Ill" H ; r ; '; ; '! Stat Watrrwav foi, distribution i who wriLes the best Idea 'ihi.Hitlon. si, I.,. .I Hlonii I.. |t liftI",' N.irih .him. of loli" I .I li. H ml, I I II. .Hloik 11ll ADVE.I
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,.; "Ulltlllllllm-m, ;. wi-k>. Mr, I 'kill W i | story I'nlnlthi I ,. \C, A ".1' if, linrln" of Hilion- 'NOTICE FOR FOR TAXI
""" Jin-u-n 1..1 "h.n. 'HUM M .' I by the Chamber of Comn1"'Cl1to for ihc movie, and boy ""ti"th, H"'h.r', alone thti rant., NOTICE OP INTENTION TO MAKE i 1","Il'l .1 in I I'I.A I I. I'.... I DEED
theJ nK >hiir SI'. l.uiii. lila., APPLICA1 ION FOR) FINAL ".. 'ru'I tn. K.Inil: ,. Ilk (fS.n''. Hill Nil l.83)i
i-OR SALE1111IlIIIIIIlLIlIiIIlPItIItt'tI yachtsmen nsiiu the route. Hi, thi Hnilhun' lln of HrwulU "loli.ithru ISHAKGb' NOTHr CIIVFN That
and gills selected play the l lit IAIIII' OK I'tMMIlaIIlNIiRn : : IK HhKrltl I
IIIHIIIII IINIII I iiiKimimiiiiiiiiiimiii nf ss'iO' ,-. 'iui, Mnihi-rly, iilonic' the DRAINAt.r: ''FV.I. II. ll, NhrLrON i'I,ml I SYlVIA M. KH..' I i

? ,i E"rndllrl was au leads will each ,icccivc an all- SSt'i.pI, ,. .hr' :iif: Ih- !Itiillun thai', In t.. Cunn', .-, ..n" 0'' M.r.tn 'i'.liAI.E.i : : iii 'i'iir; I INTHKNAI.' M. ION.i hu.hiin.l, nn.l lf, holuVt. of Tunlirllfliati. .
Ihuof bu. .
Anniversary linuniliiry Cusly' 01 I"u'd"' "l'iiI'EMu..N'r, : dW, s'rsis No.. li; ltd niiil, I I _
the 25th 10.
1'I\ I l.It I expense trip t Mnrlln. I"mint,lu 'Ihi-mi-i un W MIalmii 'In ,, ," 'Ih. h.I Iof..nl., I Ill, I' .IISI' olh I.,uil ihi. rniirth, il It> lit JiilM.' .

f I.f I. thorisedCHURCH National Club Congress KHI| | S.ii-lhi-rn, oinity, |hafld., > | : I .I.IIIIA.I.. J. R. I'flMKROY l.of.. ISIS. h ,, 111.1 aan' ,. In my ,,f,
4-I .,ly hiiti, I ih* .ii'tl ill. ..P iiloc of ." K:. M,; l fit nnil, Sta,' 151,11;, ,': ,ntlo I to, tux
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XI'rRT 1.I'A""ISI | In Chicago next December.I hoi-iiiilini I : nso| nil 'Ihin, "I.IIH, ,.f 'ih.llnn.l I'I''satlITO I II 1.1.1 to I In I I.,.i,.,I lll l hi',11"I n saId ...rhlfl.I 1 .
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'"",,1 additional' i:.u.u.u, '" ui"I Jl h I h. '. r | nine runners-up In each of lylni,' l,"'' '''M"rln Inillmi,.Miiily, ,t" 'I.rl., .1 \n,.rn W 101 ,ir, MAY IONCIRNNollii ; : ."""I.I 'I''.,., ', .r 1:"'l'C l.'I.. ISIlthIl5', aim, imliiniiih.:: I fnlliiKiiiK:: ik-Ml-Mliil, :
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,. ..I.. Mill DIRECTORYFIRST | the three categories -- leaders, ., ( nIK 1 m, rII I I rm I,MI'I IK .n.lbof, .. I"I., I :"," (t'I, I",.rl". rp.mllMl| >'. to Mill I
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'J"'III I 1..1" I Inr if 'th* i-ntnii I of -: : Snlinill I. I I Im I, HI 1 II. II,
Ih I 'I 1 I.h"'. I'N''h. .. 1 I.
I h; : I I \ and will lecelve $50
AI".IAS I'I.'I'T. In boys uliU- ri-mii'.1 I, ihn'' I hi.viflliil. mi n, Illimfor I l.'Ia'. .1'I. Mh,, I ; 'INN, I t and i! Illmk I II. HIO HT, :
> or $25 U S Savings Bonds. COMMISSIO'.1FR'! final ill.-hin.I ,.ItlIlt, I I Kill "I': I 14'1. ;' ; IIIIIVIKION, i ; of i a't, "f

''' .::':' .'; BAPTIST DISrH'U' NO I ,nly .tu tho lloiioiiilili, ,, Ailhui, R. I I 1.ntfounty -. (f.:1. I.., .'. Hi.nl.in Kn. Town.bin*

ARE \'nl 4)i'V) fW111' I''. ).. SISAl,,,. A..n.. The puipo-se 01 the movie is Jiiditi', nl' ,",,,", lo inly. rlinilnon ,, ,. I LEGAl..ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE Ihl.' II rn.l: ..
\I.. ", 21 ".. m., ...". "u."..1".. RrV. Pain ilnnlnp, '"tIh.'l''h' ",', lIsa ..tflb. Iho >'ih ilnv,, .f 'Ittln' fur 'ih, Thi .,....minl ,if ihi >ald |in.M-rty| t
f..lf uau.II.uuu .,.'..utanut '" ,. .,.1.1'lu"that Sund.- 1'11. MI\Wf.I. to stimulate interest In 4-H Club "i',ithirn? i nd ofI ''h.'. I ,..r" | '.I,I.II Ih' .'iinu, AI., fur .II I. FOIl "P.ICA110N. FOR TAX ,",,",l'lh.. mild, ,.,.,, .nt H I i..ui.il I nan In

f fff'. lIP 0"'. ."h WatbInu l''uah, ,,,. h ". .,a. .. S'n.ha' Vhaal.10r4if #01'k rural youth and 5:aht'a I -I Kallwiit Ilrhl.. I I" :'I.::, a. :iinlll, ,,> : ,:... ::; 'I h: OFLItlfiuno in.m.. of lit, ).11.. ,.. i.' In.' '.,

: :}; uh.- thy "I Atuharl. I'.i'.r'u'.u., .. .. 0.. M.","""1 "Hip.vi'nln among ., I' I"I.la. 'lb.n.'rn. K..h.rlf ,. ,.. of rilun: ,,.d 1 K Splipr, "|,.I1, I Bill, N*. 1162 'h\I ,:.na alh l ii'' iiriinii., ;,, ; hail Iw, r<.

,,' .,.... .....'f. F",. 1"' ht.rm., ''it.", ..Ih.' la 5,5,) I, rn 0. II T. I'' thereby Inciease, membership to .1"" 'h. 1".1.,. ," .hna. (r the 111. illh "ilu> of Maiih, 101.Itml.:1 !. Vnillr: !uo .H :I'HV.'S.' 'Ihnl arroidlnu, ,II. Inw Ihi. propvilyill. .
( l.'" Vu I I. : : : ; 5t. 1'1.' Ill< thai,,., m.nheaIugsail NEil: 'I''IKHmul I : 1'". .., .
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.. ,,....... Wnrahln. the goal ot 3200000 In 1950. .hu,', I In > Koiithrl,. > .. ,. .rl".1 1 .
M.'nn A uuuu..ry It 0".1".1 I in 'ih. .hurra, .1'.1. A. Anolllli r: "II., of 'Ih, K.I" IUII. 1".1.,1 I in',I ILId.,' nt 'Ihi .."" houxdinir a
MauhilauINu.h. I'. .ntiifir th. ut,. .f till.Inn diirlnR, All entries should be addressed f.11,1'u ,, 1,1. .hvntho, ..Nnnh,'. I" .fHi of r.lwui-,1, K;. SIll, "I'" il.-i....dI . ,,m,. ,..rltI'aI, ,' havi. find un 'Ihi flr.t M.nili> I In, ,ihi. ot
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Ihr ..1 Vina. no.i'I' 'I 1'. 'P. nlHIHTMIHONAtloinry i.itlflinli' ',' for a lux Ill-oil lo IHI I Antil, 15411. I. ,ih. l.i' "f .
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I I to National Club News. ,, I l-.iH.I Ihiinii, ,, Ihi rirtlflinlcniimhr 4Haiiil .
\ hill;, OI-KICV: .liK-kK f", I' ", W.daaaday- 4-1 f.iAluillary' Pn.l: lr ntIh. I Ap'll. l a
..t ni ,.. .. h'ir.t, .. II'u... "." ; ,- i ii. m.. Mld-tri-.lt r-rarir arvlt. East Van stuet Chicago PShl,' .. lb h.'u'f,. iiliinil thr. Niirlb, I i'.t:aI.'l, of Mum.I: ,:1 K Xnl.ir, :'I.i| ,.,:?,.,.,| I "..1 viai" ,.f i.-.inmi. ", Ihi- d..rrir>lun! <'( thl. StIll' day of rilirmrv, l 4lt. .
1 .1. In ,..r. iri'"lllKh1i"i; No'l'In M.,inh 7. '14. l i.. IHIil,. thf. pioinlv, '. nnd tho namo 'In .h"'h Irlrrll I'oo'' MiillJ ;
si-I." .m.n N. ', I i R. Illinois and must be postmarked litor "> I Iis 2. I, U lInu'ital',I ". .. H' 'POMKROV ;
S.I I.'I'lln'/ FIRS4P'S ,., ,' Mouth-, ,lillin'linn rol.wO
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,I.,, '.0' A h..I. '..1..1., ...'hut,. 1'';, r., : r. H. HA Kill. raitorIn not later than APRIL 15 ,10."' ''h. r-nlor, II I. nf I'' H. Ilirhlii I l'u:, .InI, I. '1545, tIn, C-h..1,. a
', 111111" Thu'II o".h'm." ,' '.'. \ r; I S" .FLJtrRr Information regard1011 I n.e, N".I' I n ,RolnlU ,.l,up' ..anui'I NOTICE I II, ,:nipt::I ;I inn:: nf Priiwny. IsIs, l lto ION |II% I DOHIlTln PlrRCK.: : "H ('. .

II', I I. I H.'. I ,I", m. Sunday I.hn.l. I Completf 1"1,., 1.1... 'lh, knanlhinlb Il.n.'n C;,'nl' ', I Ii" 1"-1.| IIIIMKI.IIAMr r.hr 2'. MI'.' 1 ;. 14 ..'.I Jl I. 11)411 .

Volt 1".IHllISI Ht I'AIRI a- \"lr'h I:'UK n,. ni Mirnlnr. 111. I the 4-H movie "contest maybe Ito.,,,,., 1".t",, Ktoha'.lr'hCaI..lOII. Thi. I I'lts'n lr u.'I' Xlnuil" '. I-1. Ida. ON .'ri-IIrR: '"'.AND. 'fownnhiln, -. -
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'an in 'inn |i"'u'I't' .. Kill i-inlti. 1,1,1- fiilliiwiiiv ,iinlliikphoni' : LEGAL
I""ml"n. tr"'H. 21 : ::; ; : : .lnl. I II obtained from county ext en- f. nl.illni- iif nll Kali-rna 'K.in.lIhr in I RtiNt'
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1.1 ,,,,, ., Wed.nuuday 1 ,. of'stni 0' I Mnlorolu, .1 No. KMATR-HHIlM In, Mhdh iiKoooil, nunrlmChnrltlK
.. :: .km agents "pat |II| <' hash N'. 1.. NOTICE OF APPI ICATION FOR TAX
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payup mo.lnl .r'b'hf't'I'h' 11 Nonh.rlv' thi. iliniplllt' I -al,,y M.il.ll, I'nl' : I DttDSfnat I
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THE CHLRCII I 7 Martin, .,, of ..
OF CODP.ashuahl mill lii" Ktnto
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.,., .. I ROTARIANS ,,.'h,' y"Nr.ri"lhnte ruii'NorthHloim a hIlt' I Unl, .. MI,, I ,'.511'If lint, or n',' '
n" IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIMIMIIIMIIIIIIllW'ASTr f I : "R' .1. ,"r rn ." ut'II"'"5. .1 'Ir.'r. i. ; 'nii.l, I IIHIN' W. IUL1K.MS .
I .. R. William*, P mr ., ... I. .. Io.lnIl.'d, ',,, .hull I bo noionlliiK, I In "nll'
11",1., II MEETING ON BOAT th. i-ontiniiiiiliin, of Klali In..1 ",1 .f .n,1 p1hl' ,. .h''m.0 hlld. lux,, ('irlifl.iili, No l>i,
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of Rotary ,,
> Nii/h 10 DI'fetors i thi- ... ..., Ii,,t'.flh.. rloild.rji II.n .ny I,. ,10111", l''la"" .1 I "f .h.. 1.lr".r lonrl h..r-l'.r on .r",
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I. II. XV KIlt K. tb.) h"" "I,I JOSEPHC'"OLICn .I t. 11. mlh. I is t.lh.wln" ,1.- 'lh." 'lunnilty. In I..
I Miinh I,1, of the St Lone rive legion ,, ," I iita: r,ta.t ItallMHl to I hopoint u..Ii'","" 0" ', '' II "l'lIl' 'I. '" ''n "".1 1..1'101. !"h .1"" .t.t'j. Cnimly if Miirlln, $'"I" of I"|.ird! .. '
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-- -- RET PaitnrI. Friday night by holding their I tI'.tk', of ( ,i r".mil, ,.r I''atp.Oh ull .
of ., ihi "' M.I. .
City Mm
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;I -\1--I : ;,: miimmiiiimiimiiiimiiiimiiiiiiiiiii !a...._ \"" ,,I '. .n'l I II' regular monthly meeting aboard ('OUN I Y C'OyslsStssIoNcs'sDIATRICT r.ji-n, n li.'l.i nil l.iil.. j ,",bl'.. 1'f.1 : .rONI u Al.

,. I.. ... I No 31ItIunIg I IHU RI1. 1'1'I' Manno.. (r'r' "It.I """ ".11 :: ; n pin':.. ,.., : C
FEMALE HELP WANTED I I" ; i i itil I' In 1 I'll: i.trlii'! $ns'iI.n
j jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiinimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiii .I:1
the fTI' ; .
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: N.". '' '""n" d ,I. S,ut.luuau, Sunflsh PItsent were '
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I"I; ") I W".n I., ,II..,1. ",,I I II 9 5'I.ml, .II u m. Euiit, Lather' Damron. Dr. Chas ,'hua"a" nlun., 5,00,5t.lndu'u. : LIGALADVLRTISEMENTI f;'lIrss; ., ,'.'I'l,,1,i.:nli, :: ,..,:,e'I" :*': "
WASTF" il". u ni IIat .., 10 'Iht' -ADVERTISEMENT :1
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.. (;'ii1.h I := hI.'I' 11.hfRuit. : I II : ." ..' Oat a".ha. 4 I '. "I'. aa.lat Carrlcl. Ocar )Kanaick Henry IInuba'.,.. C'.nluv 10. I 1 lb nsa .r w. ( "I." .,'
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I I _' __" : -.I.II I : ..... "'., liliml I lab a.ud Cabre Wiley and Ernest Lyons T" ..hl 4 Iu..h. Paul.th NOTICE I DFEUI "1,'.n,.d at-iordlpv I.. ,Inw, thipropvrt* I
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"" IANTtD: (ilrla utah In I II .1. N""I" I ., Hill IS02 d. rn.d then In, "lll 'U- aid to the 1
'" '!". I laundry un flat '.nln ,.Wa irailiIwANTII I" 1 OUest eniojed a buffet 5\11111. Kiiur', ,of 1..k.n. I 6 In > to.n. UllARI' ) of I "uiily; 1;''iiinil.ii! r. .r I I :ITlnH: l I'..,h :I.o.f;.IVI-N. that C.Iv lilnhnt' blildtr f't .th.louit h'u.e doofun

\1 II. 10 I :' ," .- .n''k;:: nl;. .)' : i I ST MARY1 EPISCOPAL. CHURCH after a business ..hi| mil Ib.niiinn, ,Kn.t: to lailln,. I'nnnly, Mi"'11'"In "II r., .. '111n I ONI. Ihi,. hnl" .t thr following lbs fint Monday In th. mint, SitAps'lt

,r"ndll.Iua it," I .'1. "hu, hi." .r ,It'alu..ub-.u I Southwrm' tornir of Rotilun Si.'I'.anhS. ", 'ih.. n.lii/, .'f'l ti i ,l, hiiH, .., "' '.. 1411 .hi.h I I. 'ih. In! day ..fAn'll.
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I.uk'l., .!. \, \: ::."i.in... ..ha, ; a i fI "'I... :. "u,'::.I al i I (i moonlight cruise downilver to ID 1".b. K.nn.. II, Kn.lithi ,I I .--,'ni.iun, "InlM,Mix,'rMil".I Mill) ; 2. f,,, i t .,.il I '0 'h' I."i., ..thi,"rll.. ,Tho, 1111.tIalcl .
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K-END SPECIAL I for l." 1.1 ,, 1 a I Sew all. m mi' iif ID .aid TUMIIhln ,"I ,,I .11., '. 'I ho '' of ., I'onrt, Si'nil"
): laundry worker Pol t.' to '' nnil I 'lu.i.iii. inn'" .h'lp''n 'Ihi pronirty' ,
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JAMES N. ROBARTS i "w..hl" I 11.1. : : drill, Mi I N .. -II I I nnil I lint). Sf1 .
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GETS 1 01.11. i", ", .. I .
$2.25 ,. I.: -'S't I 7 HU mil II | i ill.". run, toni ." IIO.R.'OF' IIII.'MM' lt'- \ ii. ,.f Imuitnnr-i, Inly I I. lll( >. "o. 2' I ,, 1
I Fi, I COUNTS( / I.! iimlui" "' if' I''p"riy, lot IIIlli .
I" NEW AM m '.iirin-r' of S.rtlon It. ,1"T 11.1/1'\
PARTS) ; ;
Jam N. 20, boats- I.. I' n1.1, \ I I. SI. 'l.llllh hMTAIKH -AL-i\
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c A I lmlldBilleot COPAL SERVICES 1"'rh .
h t I" Ihc N'hW.' ""I class
mat" aeccid: uf. .r I
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'"," J. .. of Stu- ., ... ;I LtCAL l I ''i I'l Ki '1'in it. 1 "). hill His rirFDS.nate
ih".i .nd Si.uy.IIIV Ilomejfead! and formerly 1 'ci' II ,1.1.1 'I.t''r't, p:", .ADVf-l i--- '
ij", .... \ '"'' N.w STl'4RT MWS 'II. M. pii\loN.: l fleuer I '.'tpi'r. ,".'h'. A".n'h'' '..,""\" -- .,.'111. Knnmi, II Pn.t.. AUHO : Trim, ( Dill' No. 103))
K\JS. o.A. MHtian or H dut I ;. .1 I. O. JXIKKDNH AIlllTUKNTHI ,
,'i" u. m. lily ('. urt, < 1.'Ol\IS' th" nnoanl'Im, IS woe' NOTICE MVr-KH I.HrKhin M\'hN. .t,1.tl'AI1
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1.h. "Id b'h.' 01 11 ,una' tn 110"1-1., .ul, l ar.,1 KounhHuniln In the P.clc. was clsclnl'g'd >h"n. a' Nthn, I'"n'f"I I" a h.i'.aII,. llniird,, i>r :'. ;,; mntMun if. I lot' K of "," ,. of Mite.I"'illi""l"i'i" IIUAI.. bin, alt" "'. hil.hru of 'I'." Crr*

B.. ,n .! --------1 > if Munth. .,'.."... and llvly Much 15 the | irl>' dliortlo 10 p.II',' .a' II" "' lt"I, ,: I'minty, r."I'will ,:,.,-lv, 1 I"',",. 1'n..h', '''i-om. 11..u .,. 11 l I..".....I, .th.. fouith' day ot
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ARA'TEE Separation center. I..nln. : |.rl fnir 20 aired. iffloinnd hI ,I' mmli-, pllntlon for
'I 1 .1 d.f a.II SAFETY CAMPAIGN AIL' SAINTS I Robaits served on the LST- COUNTY COMMISSIoNER'S' 1 Motoriila: : Mudttl Nn I'MATH- IIIDM :."OIls In vhl.h I ........II. (0.. sr John.mn ) a Ian dn-il In b* I ixind, ih.'noli. HaM

," .' '.0. bun REDUCES BLINDNESS I WavrlandThhd DISTRICT' NO.4 iiimpMiiwi.wny' Mnliil., I"nil,, .. .mprlxil nnd' I AlIt: "n llodlno.' : : rv.pnlivoly' nrtlfli-at. imliini.I, ,, I iho follnwlnitdimulnd
d f .I'.on Rnniluy, m Month I Ii Im 804 and paitlclpat In the operations I of KO.W.11 I'M. i 'iiinmnlin, .,, .' Ml of unld luunrly', : bolnt. I In,:;, fminly' ;( prnimly I In, Ih.. Coimly,, ff

''f bh, wl.h FROM ACCIDENTS I IS"i .. m. Kirniin mil' l Slit fm. i iFIRiTMH"ODST C anunon.1,1, ni thu ''uuI't' II,. II' ".0.1..0 H..ilt.l, .to.ui'ul.orlo. I.r 7 Mnht,,. ,. Kin I-, if FI.r"ll., Martin Klnli' of Mirldn to-olli
I I i. at Okinawa le Shims ..h.' S"I, 5 pn,1., .t 'IS.. lu.I"M IC'tl'u. "n .r ....i'.1' I I ".I: .,,.1 I'II itlt'lt'VpulfIca'nn. Liit i. Itlork III AMKNUhlJ' IM.AT

and A una. He was also with .( ll.llny ,, I I", tha C.'I", y .I I lh. (In.IIrnI, ,,',I "",.b .I., ,. .hlI, 1. ,,0"0.0 "., '.,.In" I.. .Ian' .IS. Or PAI l.M tin' im, i in I'll ll, Pan*
i I .. Irhl I"' ,,' .," .. 'iflaIe 41, P II n' Hi. ,Hi I7.ln I Tvwn.hip
TALLAHASSEE Marked reduction ",alt.' lh'n I In, 0 .If,1..tl" 1 o i n -
s Bike ShopUMinv I the occupation forces in Shang- .h. ,Iala,, IfinN, ,\sun...10. 1 1 ;I'umpitin; .t: Modil No. In'. fiiiniimI >. .. ."I'.., ,15,01,.. .11". ..10 I'. 11,. bla.hu'al 111 Hiiulh, Rnnim 41 Kantiltidir .
In the frequency of eye Ru., ". WI..d G. AIAdpPaula' I "I .r 110. Cu,. 1..1. ,., I M.inltniI ,'. 1,1,1,5, ,",' 'hp onll, I 5,11- d..r 0", Ill,' I S.asa..a flu"III ''r ,h' nald

I Florida Industry 10- ''::'( u.bhI.S hai. l h,, .$mII"n" .A. Tuout.hin 3. KuuthNorthvrlv I SII'...In Mod.l' No "I'-l 11". I II "nlnlniil.r rip., Vu"u,.IIY, I I" n 111111'1 .I Al',.I. 191,1.aII. thc -,,iI l'l'l'II tIl, i udth. 11)1 IS
Taxi stand Injurl in r.\;, ; N I.I V.hI" ,' .\ lie i etui nod to the State tInb,.. 41 l'al' I then,.. ,h'lI1 ,, I. h I. I'h.' tlr.l, ,", "r A.rl., 14'1.' to,,. .1,1' Ii liiHtiiMllnlria SI I'h.,,
the Florida f I ",",'.1 ,. .1". I"rl, '. mild, nrllfliidi ,' ahall I..
KKIATr for 19-15 by illivillohin. iha I MaSh No. Ktalion 1 2"1 .r a.-
.101' \111"011
Y'II'R TRADE i port ;' :'I'.'" 1\,1\, \ ,';;;. I'.I'' .1... ''..I"w.hl,.. I aboard the destroyer Rlchy ,. iif .th,. XI.. I I.'l-, Ilh..r \''h... ,, Iliiu'iniflor, ",'H.JI,',,, ,I aIlS J. R. I'IItK:ROY. -i'ni.il an'uiiliii" ',* lw' Ii.' pP.'pel'Ill

Commission brought I .1't' I \ ".. .1,11 "nk ... : March 4. and reported to the 1.,10 In. rt .,,l.I ".,."., r., 55.'tl'u', whip nuien' ,. fur I 110 >,.,11 in" ilk, .r rl,1,,, r."," .t M.'I'I, I'"nf. d.nrriliril Ih.ii-li, will l's'' .sld La' 150
A. .
commendation for that state l I "I'' .ha tb. iistlha.l, .'.r".'"' ,'nil lun. tni,. t |inli.?. hi,, I'l. i.It, luuhi-.l hldl.r aon Is 'PsllI'I baa., 4nnr
I 1..k.,..l.a ; I I' N. Il'')" allIlt" Jacksonville center "1 8.1.linn 0HIIIIW I..hl', '. 55 tI".h. loiipllnir,,"' "","'an. I I' ,. "umlvii'I .' ,fO. I'll'. "I I'".," II, ,.I,II, ih. flmt M.MIIIIU in IS. month *rApill

-I' agency from offices of the Flor- .. ..l' .a'FIRST, dl ra: ", I The veteran wears three ilb- I hh'hlnLh11S'al, .,".' .t t.I. II.T"n'nhlt' an> fic.iuoniy, um-d by 'Ih' M..ildnHirhwny .'," 2'. M"," 10 :. I'I hall II. 11111' April, ItlDOat.il .
Pre- .
uuuIau.uhlf J ida Council for the Blnd's PRS"TEIAN'a buns the Asiatic-Pacific with fl hIolh. lIn,, lCaal' : .pnliul. thin Dab 'day nf l-iliruary., UI'V
i h'n. 1 vention of Blindness Pioeram th. .h'n., IUnI:, I. tb.. ,',,hupr II".. Hull, will I Iw mi-vltid fir ihlmak.. IEC" ADVERTISEMENT (Lit'i ult C.nun, I Hi'H|lI l lJ

f Illnii. hot nn miiir' A' ( CAHHII'! i.. fmtnr two battle stars the American lr s.t., ..ii. ,lb.."aai'n" I Inof I lIt i-uulpmint' ir III inunl 1. IP" l.i nnd I Inlinlini. H. POMMiOY.Cl.rk .
1 1.1 Hi--lrl-' Eye injuries suffered during 'I lu. :Il:. .t. I It., .f Minion: : Hum 11.1 II I. i S."h."y' 1."r. .. .,.nN 'hi' ..n...' thi. JMh I ,l I.> of '1RHIhi FOR FOR TAX nirull,, CarI, of Mnrtin fount y,

>uiMlnim, 6 800 Theater and vIctory. ha,' Stat' > Huml Nn. Hi In I th.. 'I 1 ". I r* niH .Ihi. 1.,1.. ,iijirln NOTCE APPLCATION lorlila, ,.
"art.l. I 1945 totaled approximately BIBLE UNION CONGREGATIONAL I He will make his home with ,p.int, vh.-ri'aauua', I In'r'1, IT. KIlluhwuy at,>' .I. .hid.' H." DEED, 1462 Tlv POROTIIV PIFKCP P C.

11,1 h. 'uunI.MI less than half of the figure of Palm City No I ,In lily .r SHurl', 11 J. II. ""M.U"1.k.: : 'IH.llrKhllV I.IVI-N: 'that r,hr. ss, Mah ", 14 and 1. 1946.

-. KrV; IIAHKIM'N,' I I. I'Ai'lCIIhIh, "In.I"r his mother and p-father.: Mr. 'ih.-n.o run on I tin. on.ln".lu. of Roard of I',"flIt' : 1'1.1": (NITlr W. \\rll. .. hulilor of
---- John KilRore: reported 'him). I sinltK.ii.,1. Nn .:. ofW NIRoN LEO ADVERTIsEMENT
1944. I" ni.iin.Uy hi
13,600 for H : a Iin I "'mix I I lur irrlifliatiii, ha.
\J'I ""m ...,. recently I''' \I"'"" W.'uiir, I and Mrs N. E. Murphy at Homestead mrl.,, I'i'',. .th. linii, n. "hiit,, I In. It',.. I..,".,.,",..".1"1.1.,1.1 I I 10, '"I"1.11 i.l.,,l".< fu,. n lux dpi-d ,lo I he fili-il 1..1 l mild' l lih

I .I :N" .N After bilef rest he plans k,,a.na {'ui",..11' Avinio. ., 'Ih. M"'h,, 7. II. !i5. 5a. ." .". 'Ihi- ii-, llfliiitinimlHi., nnd" NOTICE FOR APPLICATION FOR TAX
'L. reduction Cli FsnvTFRiAcotiMUNITY t .nt.r I lino,, of I Inrlila,, Kat:,, l I.ra.l .
ub He said the sliaip lini- of I 1.-''a,,",, .. | ." nllirtlflinii
) 1.,1t ( .HURCHHob. to apply for [ Jot with the civil l Ihi-rcc "inn,, In I Nnrlh-' LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE Ib. .1. dr.rll.I., (S.nat. Bill, No. 16)1)
11lwf ,llaltI''Ia. .nd '155 m' I
was due partly to a safety campaign Sound .11'i''unaIllbCpu'il'' , -- ._ .. .h'h.! i HftTIPI. 1-4 IHKIltl.lllV: Thi.tof
I --I K. C'. 5hh'fhO' Pastor servIce. Ill,,.nf mild ,t. 'tho pin.Ilillnnlnir ..,. --- "" ." ", I. ""'''. "'1"01"" '" ,
Commission I ay TIlIMAI4 SI. liAlub H: bIlaN' 'Dot
.11 Sluuup.hu.u'kuu. sponsored by the RE\ 1.1. TO CREDITORS N. IVn. 1 1110 ,, 1'ninnllMly '.
1(1 inday Hi,101. "ri"'111 lt .."Innl.. ,.. (',rllflenl, N,. Ills, i n.u ,In.' S.d day

nnd to the closing of II :. am. Murninir, ,"rhl. ,. ,,, Am.,,.', Al, US' ha flIl .,instill
I'h. Jo.. MISS ID.V NEWMAN COUNT COMMISSIONER'S' In Th. County JudnW, Court of Mil tin I "'ii "f I "n.'o' Jul I I. l 11142.
'I sc"n; County. S.... .1 Florida ," of "I'roporly lot 311III my offli- and h u.n. aMention| |
I shipyards."The CHRISTIAN SOCIETY' OF DISTRICT NO. S rt C,,l'nIaa dud In In- Inn, ,'d thin-on. ball
i MUAHr MILL GIVE READiNGS IN IIMiAKU; 'I IlllrMIAIh; I : I IOK I Il1-\lr.rl I > ri.AP Clr :
I .. gratifying, ,lilt. 71 nnd. I In 1'M ,'.,'IltI'uIs .nihran. Ihi- following;
results are ; I
w. tuna Eait l-aurth StoatIia.rn.thuur.h I FOIl at, Iho Nurlhwnt' ""- I'I.O'KI ,
I IOSIITDln'E MARY DEAN germ: al.o I Iknown i* IPOHT SAIrKNOI. l.'alIsd propirty I In the County

I)0 : Director M R Bart said "and Wrd", ... I.a. ""1,,.. .v'r..'. app.v.I. u i"Kiuihi-rly r uf' Mm-tin, illrertlin( ''.nl.,,, .1.thimt" th.rim Wi ,.t ai Mnrv,, ld-.il. iloi.uii-d, I linn.hlp,. ,"fNe, 8. lunh., H''R. 4 rial: .Hint, ,of I'ls.'lIn. tonlttInt. I '
' I. ;. .. 1 and 2. Illmk K, Milt fitMIOII -
demonstrate forcibly that proper ..I" I .I.mo.I,1 you'd like a peep Into the ,, lino I toIh. 10 All.. IRMUTOK* AMI AIL' 1'FR- II.okI.
I I. lt I liuuiiilury of M""ln C"1 \ H-l of 55' t ,,r nW i, ,
( ChINA SlAVING ll I KM ; "1 \I. lI.IIsa a ?
'IfPriming'ON ,, I.
S all 10 b lllh'I'' aII| | l'IA'1 'IMI ;'WII.I .
preventive measures will do CHURCHES OF CHRIST SCIENTIST' I future as well as other facts revealed ( ounlyt' th use* run't:.li..1.'",, IhiSi XNDS AGAINST; AII nr ,,. Addll"n I. Pun 11,1.I' In III 1 I'nir. 3S. Snilon, an. THHT. .
'eII \m ami inh I of he'u'b'llhI-, ,',' I ,ISit, I 10 and K If. 41Th.
.. of Mll.l SI..mil, yon .u .nd
accidents the cards ) I.
IIe much to reduce eye "MATTFR." ,i. Ihi. ."b4u't, of th. by numerology. to, tho hn"n.M., ."i In. ,n.r of II"-,'.Ian flod und, r.iuluil, 'to ,in.ml, .,,, nny' ,'Inlni.uml hI'l, .. l"n.nn, ( ,'.n'' I In 1' ,s.-a.inpnl of thi- mid, prop rly

PUMPS In Its campaign. the Indus- .U .,",.M.'n.'n' whii-h, Mill I In. ,1..1 I, or your palm lines a contribution JH fiwn-hil. 40 .. It ru.tthinor I ,, d'n has,'I. hlh you. or t'hlb'ti I II.I Inl"' I r". Tn.hlp ,' ,mlr tIn .iii.l iirtlfiriili' l..u.d nun In
lu..h. ,. In"I' Knnirn runtFliinin'i : 1St' lanast dunlavp A IllnoiiI'nl.
I K 'lnt.' of
( .r ( h" Ihrnuiihout run North I Nurihf' t 1" .In.
.tressed tin h.ch. "r"'nl-I. to the local hospital drive ma ,. .. .'.. .aid iirliflin.i.hull. h* '.
trial Commission M. Dtan .. l known., .. ahlh H. "" tI ndiwm.d
the ""rid nn "". ". ..h 24. apt "ta'tla I aald 'rn.hlts'l Mniy ",, ,
2.000 .llan'ic ., d Io''asI. ,loti. of thi- City of I "' S I"'m"n'' 1' A. Din'. an-onllnic to Inw ills propertyrribid
Gallons PerU for using eye goggles Tho rinld.il' r. .: My I. will entitle you to a sitting with *. thoni-v "inn ;. ibuKuuth 11..0. .. ,
I necessity |IaaI.| fin 7, ,. l.lolntiy-,. Cor 10:1 141.Amoni ', ... hour ,. if. Hullnn IIIlnwnnhln ,,. Ponnty if' fl'na',',, Stunof' mini, nnd,, I'nirli, II. Aldilih, p.rtlvi-ly thi-ii-ln will b. nolil to tholiiuhnt
rI welding hoods and other p'otec-, thi. .Million. oklih ,'"mp.'." Miss Ida Newman. She will be ., ID Hinith.' Knniir 41 t runtth : 1'"II.d., lo I Ih. llonnrnhli, Arthur,, Kt All .nf ..lII prointy"' bi-inn In Countyof ,, IIIIn, at thimini, ,, I hnna, iluorAmII.
,, ,
? Capacity. need for .Ih. 1..... Hirmon I. Ik. follii.lnfrom ,.noo run NailS 'to 'Ih. S oilhfniloo.n.T ,I l.inl. Count') Jinlito,, of Mnrlln' ('onnlyand Mnrlin. Hlntiof' MnrldaUnlix 5 ISu tI'nt M'ntnp I. IS snth t
Live devices and the Ih. "Hilil... ', Thou" ahall. have noothw present at the Monday night of Rnlli.n 19 of mill, Town 0,5, II.. ,imi- at I h. .H,'". 5. Ihi' .inh,, rirllfli-at. I,. i-.il, if Iral.a, 1114. whlih ll ,th* tut dny nfApill

enclosing arcs for prot:ctlon of Bod. In.for. mi.. Thou hllt not meeting of the Hospital Auxiliary -hip, and, Rnniio' 'then,.,. run Eat totho County, Ciniilhnii.i- Mnrlln, Cuiinly' hull Iw ,ii-ili.m.d, "oc"'dln. tn Inw Ih. Ilal'I, 1545 tIll., 515 ,Ini, at SlIt.
iliMiirlld ,
Hoillhin.t of laotian It 'loI"., within oliihl rulindul,' month p.oi.i-ily" <-.rlifli-at
n W other tmployees. any muk.IOu unto.,".**ISO'of, any any .rv.n lhln t that Imw.,In or In at the St. LucIe Hotel at ot oIl, Tanunhi oprnor aa'l, II naaIh'ipa'; from th. dnlo of lb.tlrna ,Ihl."tu"h..ot. <.r ,-.' t 171.,,". will h. aold..ch to .thff hl.h.o (Circuit, Court, liralIJ.. K rOMFROY.ult .

t.'th.I, ,ha ''n vhich time she will add her bit "a Nash th. S.Ih's.Ic'i', F.n'h ,.I.lm ,'., mi" lililil.r at th. rourl ",.. door .n
h..o.aha, .h...rh I. I' ,. .. firm, N' .Iuy, In monlh ,t CI.h Court of Mai tin Csiy,, ,
1,. ULMER MOTOR phlrnI'a, In th. w.ter undo, ,.r tOrah ,"n S .t .,10 -.wn.h'l'' anul b In wrllinit and, mult .,151 Iho pin. "" April. Hid,
ROTARY SPEAKER Ih nrath. ..arlh. Tha,, ,' h.w daau of talent and scientific knowl- Ihnu.: II,.,.. rnn : .. In'I h. $aIih- r.'d..r.' and po.t offloi,. 1,1.1., .. "r vhiih I. iho .,r., day of Airll.,' 1(411linlvl FiaiIs.,
r CO. .h.1 n. I .uld olaiirclaimanl.' .nd b. na.I's, I, thi. 'llil. fob ilny of 'oh..v ivtrt T. Vu. CUNPf. TI. C.
,Ihrn, n:.. 'n..i'n.rt .r 0".1
OF t" thrm ... edge to the benefit fund. 1.'c' ni Pet,. Si, Mnpch T, 54 .sd 21. 194.5.LEIAL .
CITES TRENDS .hf..1. '"...hlp I lbpn'ra, '. hit _?. ". nr ,u'ne., ". J. R POMFROYTlr .
it .onS.rmifnllowl ai.a" tho Nor h to Ii.0 N'tS.Iesan'raf' wilt bo b nn'.I. n,' ..10. urn,' "II thiMl ,k of Chrnlt, rnn., of Mnrtin, (ounly.
.fJ STATE DEVELOPMENTBradenton Th. Lc. 1..11". ,. .0.. Hi ,11 l'I InK ADl.'ElnrISP.MIINTNOtICE
""IR fan 'IS. t'hIstIna'liht'I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 3H. To 'ii hli> 5 Mouth l void. aornrdlnir to InnDutnl '
". fl i. h.k o.t ", .I'.U'..b..h. "$.' and Hflilth Kami 41 Mil, thinr. run, .:".t Inih. 'this J7lh ilny of l-ihiiiiiiy' A.II' I null,, I'nut, 9lli'Ill'l'lIaI') TO APPEAR
uf'T ? l. .n. NOTICE wntt-ri of th. AtlunlliHi.nn. ISIS. roy n C.
: (FNSi Speaking wllh Sup I" th' SpuIi'tuoa"| by Mary lit,',,* run Northrily. alnnir 'Ih. runt: HAM I-, I h. 2" Mnnh,,, '. I 14 a"rIFHM. Z
\. '' I llak.r .:dd 1, I 'Mutttr l. error uf ,. ,,, ,H"TI, 21 In Th. Circuit CJudicial Hurt Of Th* Ninth .
J I. duly.' In '-II. Rotary To Whom May C.acoi., boundary III of MartIn C.nlly loHt A. A.om". .,nt I 'aI' I """
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Bradenton In the Arml"I..I. ,
.,.. Thl.rror pr.ml.opnral Circuit I Florida In anl I
V hI r In,low before the .m.nl .. nuandor Ih. ,
f', ohul I. "' that the Rimrilr i. 1,1..t Ih.nc. munto .r : of Mnryll.nii LEGAl. ADVERTISEMENT
' I" In lb haIana.fl.i.i' I"r. l'v.n "nro ,
In Marii
,... Hlunrt Club last week, Warren T. White, I.adu I" .rur Inh'' anp 1 .n''.'.. or ''''f ,, of M"rUI,, riouthnrly and N'....'I, iihor. if MLiu1. HII-|. oh,.. han, n a Mniv II"t.,I IT : Csiy, Florida
.1. "hl.h .. North ofIh. ,
( to
'U.n'f. t..rld. a 5.1,1 I". '
" receivers n. ball. a.tau'dIawiltattur m..ln" NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX MSSIA SASSNZ2II.b: '
Assistant to the 7hathIfl. to' c.n lay ,, point .,, .iT'cVuOHTrRSON
Special In lb. ('nln'" In Pmrt. I llnninn G'at at a- :
,. ... (olrl .
.111 ", .. Ia '000".1. far mu..r thus d'f Apil. lnt.rn.eti the watati, ..0 Ih* Imlnl.lrntilj, DIED ILAIMaINL't. )
1 1... .mhl. Seaboard Air Line Rail ph.. .Inrd. nn .r 554h1.' Hunt AU" e for Ani-lllniy I IS.nat. Bill I ill,. 163) s'ialIIl'fKTTOIIKIEAINONII.
the !I. ,
of and .h..to. mu.1 '. Went'Ip
,l h.Ir. .. oi'lurk I M will i-onilui-t,, nbile Ht' Lucl. R" ", than* tun Full Kit. Manh 1. 14. 55.LEGAL M3TIOIS:
.1"1 fI.I.h.' .. Pieh' horizons of a h.m.n Pt. .00.10. hrarlnic to Ih uur.tlonrrallnir .' aliinw th. of th III-IIHIV f.IVIN.: That
I ." uhi.,'. .10. .sI.tIn way. said: "The rwau'fui? .. .,..". .rron >ua. (P I : .I .- th* rDn.hl.r hi-r.ln.fli-r ilp.rrlli.il' 54.n.nn aunne ''n Nlr.h'he ..l.u, hIn. .t. ADVERTISEMENT I IrlHIIIIAHIi: : 1,0 ItNOKV: Illl. I Il

(1(11... loom bright and lb. f.I\Rf. htuliand, wife 100""'" ,.r l) fiindant I
I. Florida business UI. Into a Benin' diatriot .I for I). 8 lllarhway No 1. htC 'anthsulhrlp .
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pm. NoIT. I 11 Ihn Itlh.
,.. Ih. lln. ofU .ss '
IRI'lll.R"' y. w. wide before us and we will sure 11.a '? of lo.onildi-rinir son' and th r.ntrlct* ailorillnnmolutlon thtr H Hliihwny alan' No. 1.n"0 a point I NOTICE FOR APPLICATION FOR TAX of Auirunt. A.P. lIar,. hae filed Tl.i l TTORF R\IMONDI I

"1 I ... hve 11111111111111111.111.1111111111111111CIRISTUN DEED '" In my sOfI,. anil have mad. Kit ro.irlh. Av.nuuCaraond .
businessmen far 1.l.. lntir.ri.ta nhatIrtin 51"|
$II If s.r.f.I'Ipr.ui.rn'ty r.'I.I" : I
ut ly reach the goal 1. ,. Ho".. 8,11 I 1)62 11'X ,m I.rstnn dv.il: to b. laiui-U, Now Jrri-.y.
l. l'uoL I In ... ,I .huh ot what I. knuwn ai Ih. Hal<-,.,, No
". conditions that .rr.n. a'h..1If IS UKHtbY EN. thut ,ii.nn. $aid ,- 'tltieoI. ., YOU ETTOKb. KAIMONPI ha'a-
evaluate RADIO is laid '. by Ch.I" .' t'uumluIAI. '" Road In Ih. Ilanunn Grant, I .Ihun.. I IOTlel .1\ .. lh ir.ty '
IAN .It.. AIH-GUN properly .l of th. Lriilalatur ..IS.I. for run W..t.I'nu. tin rntir Una of JONrS and LrlLA JON I:". ," ,dni-rlbiid .property In rtquirud to file, an appraranra, In lb,
.Ilia ,. them"Discussing 'In.I'* huiballd and tot' th. of thi' of Martin., ahn'. ,, '
I. WIMI | .tl| confront .he year Idll. Any parly In or .Id Pal. ran Rind lo the point' .lu, >r* .. ) Slat of 'lold. 'si.'i 'a' tsnnar 5.0 lIon I
"nil, b."h fullowlnii; i-rrtlclat.1' hav fllrd tall.1i lhli'IlCtIi .1., ,tC 7dauh, A. D. '
commercial trendsIn JacVmonvllle Satur ullIa..iII; I,.aas opportunity, la b. alms al'.r.tots .th. r.n'.r nt "". 5544.
'rn ji.ui..B. HOXrib at thi Urn. and plao. abav tint Koad No. ill: th.nr, Vansolhn.la'ly i t.rtiflrat* for tax IWH| to b. laiurdih.rvon. :: Tract d. Work 6S. 81. tUCIB' IN. .aid 51111 l'.lnI( a aIIa (a, dasrn'.

1 tt Florida, Mr. enumerated day. : p.m.W. 1.,0. for and .! uih |pen.p.aal. 0'' ilona Ill. .rn''.' llr,. Th. :hItIt1..smla.rn'Ilb. 1:1 r/MIMrf brn" ) of W ap 55 WITNESs NIIEIICOt' I han.h .
Wit foundIn 1:45 ), .1..1 th.r plan."or modlfloa- of uld B''. Ko.d No. Hi to 'Ih. ''f... of '... drirrtptinn, ofth. .1" of Lot all nf LaIn U ...un Is t to, haI .nd thf aval ntJ ''I
IIIhiIlIiiiiiIIuIuuhIIhflhtI"OFFERED, ,, the opportunities to b O. 710--Sunday, 8:45a. : II.n. Ih.nof Burh hi-.ring atay South' boundary Ii,,. of Bullion 111 plp." .th. niim.i In v-hlrh It' 84 'to 113 Ino Mll.IC5. ; or HAN. ibi. Curl 'a lb. slits dsp 'I Fsbrn'y.

'ICES the development of our cat- m. ..Ii us?,.d front lim. to tim. until, b Town.hlp in .,' R.na. 41 W..1, .la .......d an .. t"Iow.: SON CHANT. TS H8-.8 RE 40.4 A. D. 1146
pl.n ir ProiKi.al' I. or until 'Ih.nc.ron Writ tn in. SouthtKtcorn.r rrrtlflint. Nol. .n" |lImit) nntalulnit, 10 .c,.. mor. or R. POMrROYAl '
tie, wood products citrus, phosphate WDBO. Orlando Mondays. .U rojiictdTh .. adopl.d of Sactlon 11 Townihlp' 89South. V.a nf h."..... July I. 1012Oiiiripton Thi' aumimcnt. of th* lalil proprrtynnjrp Clark .,fIhnlsns I''

$ ramie and *.prup.rtypope.aJ ta .* In..1 thus SI baatl Ih.nc | of Prniicrly, fxitu It th* ..Id e'rllflrat liiu.d wa> InIh. tyl.d Cnnrt, I :
11111111111111111111111111 shipbuilding 8:15: am. (Adv.) anil ult.d UiDirifiouiiig b North to :Ih. North boundiiry : and 19 niork' I II. AMkNDFD PI.AT I n."' nf J. M. O. Waltn.y CompiiwUu (ClrsIl C.urt H.al II

!.::Dcui. *' Pa: textile industries. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIMI I at th* Moribiait boun* a, ..\ Icuntyl I tb...run riO Of I'ALA llfM lu i'U 0. pailil j )<. laid crtuieat .b.1 b* n- lob. ltd, Muroh 7. 14, it, A. O, 5)14, it ,


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EIGHT mi stUART NEWS, STUART, Marlin Cunnly, PI.ORHlA, THURSDAY, MtRCII21 l, J1t6! -

,PA 'to 1goErBUTTON Storey, "MargaretMr.

dui I'' '',o't,l ,1111 tituipmrlil, mo-- FUNERAL SERVICE FOR NOTI'EThel'e William c r sell, ,

.' } Porthole 'Ill'i III' In l > the icqulrementi of DUTCH LASSIE : ARTHUR O'KEEFE, 54 I r MEMORIAL FOR ; will be a meeting oi the ': AWARDS A\ stown, Pa., bronze bUlk,

'Ii'<' Motor Boat Law If not' the HELD THIS MORNING I II Game and Fresh Water plaitCominlanion Leon Qwyer Shirley) JI 1

(oast Guard Inspectors may:, pull I held! at the Roosevelt I I pnlr" (1,1') Mr. John O Muldt
--- I C"dl"/ll", It Jen/
Gossip Ii alongside at the most Inopportune i Funeral service for Aithui I Hotel, Jacksonville, Floi Rapids silver button I

W time and you will surely Kcefe, 54 who died! Monday i Thursday. April 4, 1040 at 10 release' button. cup!, t' T. Howard Storey, "Mar garMORE t
? duvu'( mow y. A CoastGuard ,it Martin County hospital wIre A. M The primary purpose of ".
B Pelican
Inspector cant be talked I BEING adoptfishing
i conducted at 0 o'clock this mol'l1Inl this meeting will be to Margaret Lonz Johns- ABOll
w' HIA: ('IK '( ';\ I1KIC; nut 01| anything. I ( at St Josephs Catholic regulations for 1940.47 I town Mr, Pa silver' button Capt.

-- o n--o ehurch with burial In Wood- fishing season "MIss Florida") 5-CARCOLII
\V understand tit )pi'lie or I Commander O, II KauffcldU8Ca I Junior Red Cross International Ivan cemetery at West Palm Plan for the $2,000.000 Nurses The commission will be glad T, E. Pieston,Held, Eatontown

new Richardson 24 fuut ciuiscuha J and Mis Kauffeld, with I I Exchange Package Beach Johns Funeral Home was Nillonal Memoiial to be elected to have any Intciested person MII Janet button,, Capt.. Earl (Continued From Pa,,

81' been uPped MOO theli 30 foot cruiser Barbara I Acknowledged From in charge In Washington may be expanded attend this meeting or to receive I jj;, j? sliver DaieCommando ".

I",' 0-0-0 rum Pltubutg Pa, are lying'I Holland Mr OKerfe, with his wife, to Include Nurses Centers In any suggestions which anyone Dare, "Jean ,' A Vernon Jan- eston W Va !pert!

Quantity delivery 011 11I'\1'i .,.ink: I I go-ing Little Onnle Martens 11, of Cynthia, had been a resident. at other cities Arthur H Johnson may have to offer nottt Bewail' Point., bronze. sleight. of hand trick t '
moclcU of all build is uu si ited Ocean Breeze camp at JensenBcsrh I. N D. Dodge; "DudeCapt ", passage between the t
I I U) Fort\ Lauderdale The Barbara Schans 121. Rotterdam .iWcbti, Chaiinian announced todayInqulilcs button. Capt.
for delivery In soptomhn" M for six years, having come KR"'NEDDlreclor'l C. Nickel Chicago, the sedan which ""Ollld,
was here about two weeks ago Holland, has written u letter of Beach for five have been iccclved Henry
I years, having Dodge's"Dude"
liter 'Hi' y will leave Fort Lauderdale appicclallcii) \ lo the American I come there from Springfield by the committee from inter- bronze bitun Capl on.A when..
O II u I III i ",bnd 1 n month to eu to Cleve- Junior Rod Crass; members of' istid pointing\ out the -- ItEAD7Slave I coupe i c,
Mass, where he retired from the groups) \'oV ,
Notice hue iPI< i II i 1"1'11'' II l 'Ia I IWI >I'lku. Ji, Sltmtrelease standstill to awn\ the
Jalill I i i the second! Made for u varietypackage i fire there nerd for regional bi'am lies. I Arthur ('hIlJ
1)04'lIOinlC \1htnc'h.. th<' i 1'1'.1' The department after 18 button. (Capl Dodge was sideswiped D\ the
and canal nt/ \'X"\.IM 'I' I'd : l' nun"tide'i' Kauffcld Stuart I letter, written: In Dutch I has been I years service Johnson !said: you read Ayn R511dS Thomas Edward Nolan, Chicago sedan which wa
You know 01 1'0111'1'. Hi u you I> t HI mil ml leave They like translated as follows: He saw 12 )years service In the nrst! of course, ow main ob- "IhcFountainhcad"? You Silver button, Capt Max 75: feet by th mpg
much and are looking forI Army and received his list dis- j'ctve..a! social center and the new books on the ,
are responsible Inc i >i ..11d.1I11":1'\ I very Thank much foi It among Hcnilclta III. truck and wa limo
caused by the nii i J 1 nI>i your hll.I'' I w ud lo !returning next year, He you very charge on Nov, 30, 1020, as a Clrst.i'I'I'lelint. dwelling place for war nurses shelves cf the Martin County Schoenberii Nolan, Chicago, with sacks 01 -a >
to other boat ..1111pillpll'ty\ i i | .,,,id Slum !is in an Ideal spot the many things you did for us He was awarded the in the Nit Ions Capital -- must. libiaiy This Is a time-tested Mrs. T. E. Schocn- truck overtumr,
There much here Capl
WON" bombing button
u u I n> ', Inc l i stopovers going north and Silver Star for gallantry Inaction be i cached Once that !goal Is novel which Is still high on thepupdarity | Bronze It. The
coupe '" :
and all of us In the fifth grade "s.e nand
south through the inland water- with an ammunition train attained the Nurses National after a year of- berg
The emplCA? 1 I1>1.1> "e"II.'el"Fworking i ( havr been Mrs W H Brad
on .1 i b",,' ,III i ,10"" dIn i \\a\s: ,, and for cross country to received a package I hear that: I oixflt. at CanUgn), France, May Memoiial will' decide upon the circulation Betty Smith I says of Mr. and Mrs Nolan Sunrise Inn pieice, wcr um.
the fifth grade at schoolsIs I at 1 the iitj
a maritime OKI IIp.IU'1l .nil I thi Oulf Coast Mrs Kauffeld jour 21, 1918 and later was gassed location of other centers it "It. Is a charming, fresh and vacationing both I The foul see
the but here In Rot- They are
1111 a owner IK held II ibli' says she has been able to pur'hn'I' lie received the Victory Medal "Under consldcialion. In con thoughtful novel of the good I for two week I p pweie
you taken
l terdam the 8th grade Is the with this would be members of Ihe t South Shoieid to thlar:
nection plan authenticityand
groceries and supplies In with five battle
hlfchest ,
from cqulpnunt thai i i I' HIM, .i. | Stuart that she could not net at He was the bro her of Miss I construction of a Nurses center wisdom" Country dub i
worth 'tin'i' stops. and that. the pricesi "I am glad that you left jour Eleanor O'Keefe of West Palm in the mid-western region. in ; active 1111'I1\btl'i 01 the Kenwood where they we In
address so that I can send youa Snt.I. I d tub shock and mn t
Chicago, Detroit or St. Louis Soilil
u u 0 i Veryreasonable.i i Beach, with whom he formerly TWO LEA 1E: TOD.IYI'Olt
I letter of thanks. The things National Memorial Mrs E. J Fccltun I Piivsbmg bruises They WN, cede
1 I'blded. and Is sirvlved her The Nurses BL\MIN
\\ lien yu,1, uo 11,2: I I u." 11\! by I I CA1IP;
.-. K.IH \ t:1TIUSSI : which you put In It are not yet and his wife will be a practical permanent Two Martin county men kit bronze bit lull< I'glt< I Iri l Lt Oil owy- day They wenir
available here Such as a compass the needsof ohlil, \ '1.1''t ,John Parker ot Sunnj:
h Pith: l 1.ls( II \IU.FI : The body lay in state at Johns clwtlllng place serving for Camp Blandly one I '
I I Oh'! I am so happy with Mortuary Tuesday and Wednes- upuaids of 80000 of warnur today Induction physical examination Ruth L Shn'Ia'' ,. John'tllwn 1 and Mr and Mi cii
;. IDEAL TAXISERVICE the things in the package I and medical who for a pie- bronze IJIIII)11[ i Capt Ed if Batanlo. Ohle
I :Mis B Lorraine McClain, day afternoon and evenhiff es women and one for induetlon N y. I.
for It And how I :,_ --- --
clerk has released the following wished so long. I --- have been connected with the They were William Edward

I ii.inns of service veterans who sweet smells the soap I washmyself I ;M1R1IN COUNT HOSPITAL flailed solIccs At least $2.000,- Williams. jr., for Induction and :

i have filed discharge papers at only on Sunday with It OHO is needed to build and endow Russell Herman! Noirls for pre- 'I till'Tills; loir IV .\ IKOMINtNTND ('ON1'NllyIAttenllul ):
so that I smell sweet. such I. this' dwelling where the
the county draft board office Patients admitted to the Marta place Induction I
SEE durlng the past week: I delicious. soap I have never County Hospital, Mrs John nurses will socuie living facilities I i li",, b(','n Balled to confusion n, 'n 'xcemeigenov ,'

MARTIN COUNTY Army, while, Joe S. Sutton, KinelledI Stewart\ Patients admitted and as well as a meeting place and ]FILL STtTIS'rn'SMartin ,',(lib 111 cases: ol accidents file or poll ntl

I Jessie D DC'Loach, George A. I was so happy with the :!'isihaikcd i Mr. and Mis Claude renter at a very nominal cost. county used 2"S709 outside the ell\)' sluuld call the county fire tiucn at

FIRST : Nichols, coloied John H Lewis, thread for we do not have any Tolle, Mr. and Mrs John Parker. Headed by Mis Norman T gallons of gasoline 22.187 gallons Beach now has IN o\\'n fire department Police fib o.

Janus Polio, Samuel S Matthew more. It was! all stolen by Germans. 1 Patients discharged Joseph IClik wife of Major General I of kerosene In Februan I city should gu to the sheriff Here Is the correct !h i I. ",'hbo

PHONE 9154 '. Navy, white William F. \\e the were winter very 1944 hungl'Yduring 45. Freeman, Miss Laura Polack Kirk Surgeon General of the I according to the State Department I placed in a piumlnent) and convicnent place lei ,ulcktmItGS
r li"11 inri colored Calvin! Davis. I Miss Helen Colev and Jack United Slates Army, the pro- I ; of Agricultuie I

--- ____ _________ .. ,---- -- --- Thousands of those who like us Dodge 1cct has been widely endorsed ; __._ 1 :: : ('\' CALLS
ate flower bulbs and beet died
by all top commanding officers I II II
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There was nothing left and :MORE .t8OL'TROTARIANS __ : I
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING I I I Conceived by Mis Kirk, who I II Johns Ambuliiec Service 55 or 57.
everything was so sad but now
RUSSIAN CRISISTO I vas a war nurse In World War HEAR
EXPERT WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEEDLET i we can be happy again. The I, a Nurses National Memorial' : Martin County Hospital 82

American! and the English mad will llll( much needed want Stuart Fire Department 199Mai ,
free and the I IIIIIlI'rl/IOII/( ;, /, / /fII e (Jill !
us again Queen BE SUBJECT these \\'omenl'ho served so Kali 'tin County Fire Truck Day 293 or 105W:;
Our Work Passes Underwriter's and the whole Royal lamily is I
InspectionAll i
lantly and so well in the last homes- Night: 105W or 11R4
hick But I finish
now must
Types of Appliances Repaired Please wiiic sometimes and 1 world wai It will be a tribute Visitors of the club included Martin County Sheriff Day: 17 Nigh' !83lO
OF CLUB FORUMWoman's I to them which they can use and
Mel Van Ness, Paterson ;
will do the same and once more : M. HiniocRi; '
enu| > lather than a marble ]
Nell Smith, Superioris ;
Electric Service And Co. thinks '
Repair i incnumc\ ntChaliman Skamser Superior Eddie! Koos Jensen Department/ ) 156R1 oi 158RI
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Club To Hear Johnson said that Stuart Chief' of Police 27J
Railway, N. J.. Arthur Schultz
Ul:.\IMIM: 10 QUALIFY: Wednesday' Meeting are being sought Newark, N. Y: Anthony D Bullock I 'RoB,(Ki" .

-- I rem ILM) ( ( It.MIC PlilM IU\ from not only Industries but Cincinnati; W R \\'Isl"Wesipalm Stuart PI\! Dt'P,11111\'lIt> i 181. I

T.ilHhaxseel' Sccrrlar Attorney Evans Crary and from individuals signed by as various well Ceitlllratcs membeis -- Beach: C Lloyd Clnlf '; Florida R.! ,,!. "I'P\l] limn Dir, NIgn1J| ,,
as of l !state< It. ,\. frito- Capt D. B. Hearn will lead a Randolph, Mass and Capt [learn .
Repair and Fix Up! day >reminded "uulll.he candidates : forum program on the Russian I oi the committee are be- the speaker. lI.st11,, r.l ,Curl!)>' Ua8125 Nlu :i I';' I

fr for ....hth.alllrr l'e that attitudes and( activities, as presented I fug donations.sent to those who' I send in The president, Dr, C. A. Cal'- ,\\' 1 Ii B ,I'' ( I'117,1: '

the qualification deadline for in the news of today, to rid announced the Rotary di"- "
Mt. rials Are Still Very rounU coininls.sl and rail highlight I the monthly; meeting I It. is hoped that enough con- trlct conference to be held 111 i 'Jj

'I road I'of the Stuart Womans club at II tiibutlons will soon be lerelvcd Miami April 28-30 and named V- --.DIIBI j
\ Srcrce But We Will Be GladT races l Is noun March; 22 - --- hI
to make
-'y possible for the
12:30 plans
s l dray said he had received : p, m \\ecliiesclayBfcause the following nomlnatinu com
t Help You Out With What
i\ ? lection of a site and the draftnm -
queuefrom toiinlvclerks of the general interest mitten: T ,1 J F !Kemitdv. D S :
r Materials We Have On i mam onfuscd by an earlier in this topic the president, Mrs. 'I of uulalive )plans! tor the Hudson and Jack ColcmunMOHt JACK'S "SUNOCO" STATIBLUE I,
buIlding Itself
Hand announcement that candidates David A Schaefer has extended ---.-- t
an invitation to the public to -- IBOIT SUNOCO GAS AND OIL
ASK US-WE'LL DO OUR had until Mareh; 3 to qualify. '. ,
attend and to take in the
BEST! stale Candidates vUltI'I'I'C'for most required oilier to discussion Other speakers part will ,Mn\ia\) iss!< siuri.DSCilvni FLAG PRESENTED CARS WASHED AND POLISHED n d

qualify l by 1'1'1.. I. be invited to express their views EXPERT LUBRICATION SERVICE

in order to bring to light. as many Davis 23 USNR recently ( (' ""I I,i,,,,, Casa Lumber Co. arrived! at, km Pedro. Califon ..
KIWANIANS HEAR 1 icts and angles of till question TIRES REPAIREDAll I"I

i THE REV T. J, GEARY as arc available. llu destroyer USS Shields, attached to the 75111 Infaiitu I"c

AT FRIDAY LUNCHEONThe A short business session for I' which will Join the inactive fleet, Division Work Given Personal Attention and Goon I
PHONE 66TOMMY'S the annual election of officers a(< e'''' 'dint to release by the Fleet He holds the Bronze Star 1t
I"t c
Rev. T. J. Geary, pastor will be held before the program Home Town News center at Medal, Combat Medics Badge By JACK
--- -- -- ,--- begins Following the & Hi 'ago.[ Shields participated !In
piogiamthe the Mcdltcuanean
of St. Joseph:; Cu nolle church, Service I ROAD
hostess of which engagements! In the Boincoarea SERVICEANY
spoke to Stuart Kiwanlans Friday Wreath, the Arms of Colmai'.
Mrs Carroll Dunscombc i is in the Pacific theatre of war.511'SI'Ah .
franco (given by the for
BAR luncheon oi St 1'dlrlc.kH city TIME, ANY WHEREJACK'S
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chairman, will have charge of liberation
Day and the Iilsh A new member and ihrce combat t
of the club, who is taking! a social hour and tea Mrs. Dun- : 'J : stirs He received his ell chaim
xcoinbo will be assisted by other (,OtS: 10 IOMPINOMi ; Ii
mites You an active pail in the civic program Jan. 12The "SUNOCO" STATI ,
: of the community, Father menibeis of the Welfare department doctor and his wile and Iiit

Jc Geary evidenced a keen know- comprised of Mis Lloyd and Mrs. Claience Olioud small son live at 300 Denver ace,
and their troupe of night club One Slop Will Convince You Ii'I
S ledge of the background of the Travis, Mrs. Horace Atwood, MisL With. MIs. Fofchts father R. S

a peoples of Inland and their A. Arbogast. and Mis O S. entertainers who have playedat Derringer, they purchased .1 FEDERAL IIIGIiWAY NO 1 ,
15 DIFFERENTSCOTCHES tiaditiom Contrasting the Irish ; Kanarek. the Marine Room during the block of Salerno Shores whet (
winter I season left. Thursday for Ci o. A Gipson, Owner Phont Ivt
with Americans) he used the they have built a piei The DI'I-,
Pompano where they have been 11
words, "baloney" and blaincy PARTY AFFILIATIONMUST ilngcis will build on the Sale nu
booked for the coming Opposite Chisholm'aSpecial ,
t I stating that. "baloney is a sin property
but is vIrtue," VOTE IN PRIMARY ,
i blarney a .
The introduced
speaker was ,'| Mis J. P Blakeslee warned .d I.d.dII
the chairman.
by Attorney -
i program
I today that persons who registered If you're planning a trip to I
BOURBONEnjoy John Cotton Five guestsof
'I for the last general election, New Orleans drop by the Mai tin ''
club Included
the Lt.
Wayne but who have not jet. declared and
I Hood of Washington, D. C.; Jeie ,i County library lead ScoopKennedys t II l
Sa, l s new book, "Dining ,
C. Mosher, Minneapolis; Albert affiliation
I I In New Orleans". Its
full of rr,1
| Bloodworth and D. H SaundeisSt 1
I the Democratic primary May 7. perky, pertinent facts and comments
One Lucie \,
of Tommy'sFamous county representative :
books will be
I Registration open on all the eating places
I ail
of Foil Pierce, and Representative i
at her office I In the courthouse
dally in the historical city and is
Evans Ciaiy of Stuart I : ,
i from, 0 to 12 I In the EXP'SIOBHACELETS:
Mixed Drinks morn- reading If you're not taking the I,
SCHOOL OFFICIALS |lings and from 2 to :9 I in the afternoons Spring vacation Just now. I
TOMMY SAVAS through April 20 I' la 1'inkellow and \\hlu

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Roscoe Rollliv, School superintendent :$> 12,50 up dl

J. H. P Thomas, local MODERN ra'il'

LU M B E R IS STILL SCARCE principal, Miss Mildred Cropsle I \,
curriculum supervisor, and H. B 1 rlat

Fletcher, Indlantown school Inviting Youto

,1V', I, principal, attended a regional 1 PHOTOCOPYINGI
But We Have Plenty of school conference in West Palm
Beach Tuesday, I I ni j jFAGS jt
1:14.: ROOFING CEMENT of inspect our beautiful '
/ The meeting was one of several and complete 5'r

..i I ii / Building and Hardware WallboardSEE Paint state being by the held Florida throughout Department the MAl'b, LLLlPUINrS; : VALUAP1 H: 1'AlLUb AND display of rings] costume jewelry, cliessei FI t,

some of Education at which six state RECORDS OF ALL KINDS set 1,

US FOR REPAIR NEEDS officials are meeting with school compacts wallets and diamonds ITI I

workers to discuss the state and Size 18 22 or Linger

local problems of the state. educational USEOUIILAVAWAYPLANSTUART ; eaIln

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The American Can company's -SEETHE 'ICs

Tampa plant has gone back, on I Ifull

? \\l time production after a 1 STUART NEWSOFFICE :ndw'

jt flow up due to a shut down of VINCENT 're'aa

the steel mills The Florida Ouchter.on p FOX & SON '

plant provides cans for fruits Bldi, Next Door
I to
II \ tvtarrNno ro auto row Noust'tVtarNN and vegetable packers In thla I SUPPLY DEPARTMENT Stuart News and Kubin Realty (ihdt
: : r0 :N, rYR tae:'
I area 4 II di,
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., Tim STUART NEWS, STUART, llfartlrl Count" FLOiUDA, TII't"RSDAY, l\lAItCIl 21, 1946. PAOE NINE


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' "b "p..I.1 >< '' or th" ftUlhO in the vicinity of the wells! BY DR A. P. BLACK DUlin...I 'R'; :: Coli... ..r ::: ':: developed '
flow is ultimately reduced, If wata i>roeluction or ,
'l'U Chemistry, College of Arti and ScienceUniversity \ )
roreuor o( ) use exceeds average rechaigc', flow ing wells CCBM'
of Florida 10 flow and the watei must be pumpid fiom depths! which \

become piogicssively] RIeater as!< use ineieases, 01 rcchaige! )
iccoid for the
posterity Ameiicain
\''hl"l' decreases: ,
1 Mtv years, most thinkers aie agreed that
th past '
that these' .
of It is: of the gieatett Importance to note
hmaaerized as a period amazing technolo-
{ 11 11'JI]| lie (' : great natuial equilibria, which have been thousands 01 J' J
. ,.I] achi<'\ ,mints !and industrial development The treioll be seriouslv'
t tg made even millions of venrs in the making, may
I ,,i",dueti\itv possible by these develop and dangeiouslv unbalanced within the span of a lifetime, J
t Ameiion's, major contnbutloni .
: rppl""t11"" one tojtle AiteMan wells]] in Nassau County a1
of Woildnr I and World War l"" ,
II, I Itd' '
under a head ot about 55: feet must '
?> ""l'"rd" of accomplishment) which has neveKuuall dtpth exceeding IOU feet The !
: rI I 1is\ extremely difficult, thcicfoic. to un I II canals the "
II I dri inage in Lveiglades
.h, ,,,implaecnt attitude towaul the conseixatlorui II
land ( I fundamental and fai-itaching (' ( I ,
iI IItJII, ",.t1tJall1aturllll'e>.ourceH without which this I of which has probably not ns vet been ; ] /
am I Ii I would have been impossible, H ((4 of olhci: example" could be cited but

':.?, ,? ''I\\m.iwlh of the fact thltt the people' of the and(I me' t tvpical ol what may be / '"
lIed| ( Mm; / ", (,i'<' long foitunnte in having an extensible thf' gicM" balance' of natuic is di
IItlcl' }>' I which t there J WE'1'C'a'lt vngin! lesouicc's tci Tt I be hopeful side' of, the pic tin)'(' I

Ich| Ih'I'' ""lIlt'd I no limit if these t natural equilibria can be :

lti,, ,, "I'' these frontieis vveic ftill expanding scicnminig controlled Such control i i. not as a ,
?,,," I"" ,. tcnscious of tin* existence of definite u mi mini' of diffcient factois!
It, II',' 1 Ui. .' \"st usources and of! the nccessiU' for eonjni may be fanlv constant and othcis of I
inn' fir 1*>08 this sentiment had ad\anccd to variable. A detailed discussion! of I II

pOIll',' ", i (' Piesident Thcodoii* Hoosevclt tailed a I K outside' the scope of this papei) but

ill, II.|l,.,," i "mluenre which resulted in the foimalion/ the involved nature of the pioblem/ t
( niseivntion ('om mission" ( Important will be considered. in Part
I Sat'''i''' OHLTHSS! was!! j''
nimindful of the importance of the' I
') )) no\v Water Treatment, An Important
: "eml'lI'' i, II i lJol t only jefused the ('ommnsi< n a modest
rO'lI'lall'' "I i S25OOO but went further and piohibiledHM rionda occupies!< a position of ;;
| itifie buieaus oi the Icdunl Coumment; to the chemical treatment of !

10 \,'iri, I t 111'' (Commission, Despite this t set-back. (he Although t twenty-seventh among the
,'emeJl'' ('niMivation gained rnomentum, paitlcuith in population, Fiol Ida ranks third in ) !
Moil and foif-t :Mm\ soft watci in municipal I treatment
u ii' \\' J'' 'i 1"1 iti ipMuncps( <\ could
;'rl'' gt> ,,' .ma bl.lngdelJudl.'d of viigm tnnbei /and, ing' plants /dehve-ring lo consumeis; !<
1<,i mdi, -'HIIII that the supply was/ not inexhaustible/ ol Kofteneel water )per daj'.
me!'. Ii "l, ii\cthc loss!< of thdi KOI! by unsion and :Measured\ bv any >aulstiek, the !

ftL all" ,'" ''1<'iii''e' steadily decieasmg yields fiemi" oveilailuie '- rnenl (when necessaiv and '
Honda Indu try, It is one
,1'1' to follow piopci soil inagementl portant
1 ,(lid 11111'' ul nsources has! not been HS l tisto obuluate dreds! of cars of ]lime, soda ash, 1

,ll1d I'' As the most cusilj:; \\ < ikid demii 011 uelivateel caibon tnd ammonium
I" exhau'tcel g'eololrillblnd sund"l of cylinders' of liquid chloiiiu
it h/l\/ ( / mining enm -
,. scientific instruments' of ever incieas. 1''lIcnhI/ capital] investment of many :
,'cr" 1111'> \! have located, ol elollais and gives! ''JiH. nd sensitivity, othcis and the
ii' ha' I'' 1,1, thai/ the exhaustion i I'/lte/ of out' mineial re- citl/t'nslloiida,
I'C''" ''III i "imou-l' ly accelerating! It has!< pioeieded ton /" !" has at (he )pitsent time :
:, walei winks 1 1, Of these. 2)0) or 'II' ,
told that the United is
0111'' 'i M' Hie States in a
well/ and onh1 or U' utili/e;
tiom >
Ical -II\1all"lI\ i ) with lespect to at least, I<\('\'('nt'en'ital
On the basis of population
souices :
cral. MIKI nn'In It,
ehfleience' is not quite so' marked '
\\\HI, I I' "mi' of the thiee essentials'':; 01' human life population, about NO' use vvatei !

] ft, ,''III ,i I- l>"'t'n legaidul/ a* one of the basic natuialn II about 20 watei derived fl'om> KUif

.. ,'" "aiv' to man's (economic development livery: i the latter i*, oi couise, chemically
i ;i I 'in'''in and most foieign countries have lavs fri human consumption,
ern"" '', ,,distivation of vvatei ot the gulatioii of The. upper map represents the Piezo- In 1010 appioxlmateh( ] 120.000 'i

u,.' 1 I }pi ,iblem, has betn: appioached in mum' elifii metric surface of artesian water in Florida wen seived bj' 217: vvatei woiks IIr i iuveiagc

"II' "" with vaiv ing dcgiees of success\ In con- The lower: map portrays the major I pei capita consumption of : C
,'rhl ,. ;'1 ,lilim) ot water conseivation in Ploiida, it drainage basins in and contributing toFlorida. and that 70 ot this total\ ) t tnn
I i i). ", r"t to biieflj' re\'lew the basic facts and 1 aveiage late of) 25:' cents per ; I

'!CIIII'" I' aie involved and which nuiM 1 be taken I t pross levenue foi thpt jeai' was !
"'" fI'i ,iti''m it an adequate approach to the tuoblemMI Both maps were prepared under the $7000000, In \'iew of the substantial
,} I)> : "Id,(I am' significant degree of IIIICCI'SIIIII to ueiellrl direction; of the Florida State Committee" which has taken place duiing the / I I 1

on Water Resources. the heavj' demands made by wartime

Mil\ I netatluis came to Ameiica the found aun 1 tniy establishments\ it is probable

,ill ,,, ncen with pnneval foiests, abounding In I toi TU5! : were in excess of $ I

n ura, I', -" ,i '" ofevetj' kind, and practically untouched .. In spite of thK impressive total, i:
th, 'land "" man, Theie was no lack of IIn'thlngfor) ... 1 Burner who pas) 25 ecnts' per
,!imple! II'i ds of frontier life, As they Increased inmbm lo only 6 cents per ton foi a )pioduct )
th, began to push ,o the South and the \\'est 'clear, of highest samtarj' quality and
I Ground Water In Florida considerable aitesian:: head along' the lowei East Coast:; olPloiida elooi but "upstpiis! and downi> ;
d'i' thi ,' 1" at migiption water pla] >id a most Important I IJ'I : to his
t Tn, \ ;muled their settlements on good harbors Familiarity with ground water problems In area as! far south as! Miami and also along the West I chamber," In cases where softening
,1 III' 'h, 'i 1\llhs, \ ot nveis and moving( inland, along their I piesupposes:: some knowledge of the geological formations Coaft from Tampa southward to Tort Mjeis. They like lieatment is needed its cost is: usuallv' 10)l] I;
Inl" lined theil'lollts, and i alts, wise show that water iccharged into the northern high in thousand gallon! or one-fouith cent
A, III'i }!itheied logethci. fii t in tiny "I.'ttl'ment"I 01 aejinfeis in which the occur and through which the Bradford and Baker Counties may be recon>r'd unelei lo eli-ce>ver throughout all erf the i

1 >'lIllI!' ,UK! (later in towns and cities, they began! to flow, Honda occupies onlj' pait of n much larger geoMraphic even highci artesian head from the municipal wells' huppl com; ))/ iablc record of perfoimancelaetuis ,

n"1" ".. 'ins: of organl/ition anl to suriound them unit, the Kloiidan Plat,'au, Thi paitlv submerged! > ing Jfcksonvillo, And, since the northern and south.
lines, : platfoim which separates\ the deep waters of the Atlantic Snrf.uc anil diounit \
d" ''I litiL.il lines and loumlarus-township:; < ern piezomctiic highs are J separated by a "saddle or belt \ffrcting
imi, mi y linen and tt ite lines, These man-made/ Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico is appiovimatcly 500 miles] of low pressures, the conclusion may be drawn with a loriela I

in, I' pit: 'sent form, Must be and are taken into long and 230-400; miles wide. It consists of a core of considerable degree of ceitamtv that the giound vvateiof Since the sou ice of all water supply Is
i iden 1/1 i the enaetmei t and infoieement of most deeply buried metamorphic locks overlaid by about 4,000eet the lowei half of the peninsula] receive little] or no ic is perhaps the
of glon
iua' rainfall a i
tht "">I" ,,' ion under which vve live and by which wl' '<' of sedimentary locks, chiefly limestones! It has been charge fiom the northun portion of the peninsula FlowIng ill ot Its water pioblcms, Florida I U !
'( i 11" ,"in of our lives I Ulilisii" 'inslitutloll":". The crux of the problem of has In' ''on alteinahlv' diy land 01 covered by shallow seas extending from reinandina down the' I EII"( ('o ist and \ annual! vlIl'lations trom this "
'tel conservation lie* in the aU-important fact that water I he- upper series' of locks, down to a depth of perhaps) widening below Melbourne; to include most e>f Ihe l Enl'- from a low of about 40
great lan.lng
ft not follow or obey man-made boundaries but in ita'lage 2, fed, are fairly well known since they have been glades A similai' but narrower strip extends up the! loweiWest over the surface of the earth and beneath Ihe earth nine'11'Hied by thousands!< of wells The oldest of thc 'c :; Coast; from barasota to Hernando County, AtUhian ever, bine" this rainfall Is highly" "

followr great natural channels and gradients which limestone formations that crops: out is the Ocala, of laic wells: may be developed at other senttered/ aie wheie the Florida, maximum picclpitation as! a rule
H 'e been millions of years in the making In rare in"e Ceicenu age./ so' named because it is exposed at the surface giound surface Is lower than the head of vvatei developed (ndlng In September or Octobei\', the sta
n. 'ulural haslm mil' enclose< i 1'el]ithelv small i in and i'ound Ocala, in Marion\ County It lies at or abov In the w ell. The noi'thei'n high extends into cent)'al GCOI'gia! I I c1rought.Q, Run-olf from stieams Is far

,as !p,',''' I" n Mngle countv I FOI' the most pait, how I i sea level in the western half of peninsular Florida in anaiea and it is considered certain that a cOl1l'idl'l'abe] poition >ected from the high annual latnfall, and
''r. ''hi ""Jl'Iolle much larger aieas and many counties! extf'ndingfrom Su wan nee and Lafayette counties on of the undergiound watei throughout Noith and Noith- ally high losses due to evaporation,
1 rer'' ..quently they swuep >cioss; state linen to In- the north to Hernando County on the south For the pui- west Florida is recharged in Georgia, I IInterRelation.hip mnually exceeds aveinse rainfall! under
,de'Jn' :Missouri al1Iisl' pose of this discussion, therefore, the I" lorida peninsula i
( ''II i .\eral states, In the Ohio, the 'ulucs for open pin evaporation of ns
of Surface and Ground Water
waters of manj' may be looked upon as' a great limestone dome whose peak (
''PPI rivers!> are mingled the have been' recorded in the Everglidcsi
le'lIlIlI,< ''I'' vlis of u million faims aiu! tiansported) loT lies in the aieu just outlined and which "slopes, downward hough we /speak) of Mirfacc water as that cluncelfiom olume of water lost by evaporation may b:
towtnd the northwest:; toward the noithcast:; and toward .
\l1)mm" delta lakes 01 stieams and /giounel: water as t that derived hat cvapoiallon from Lake Okeechobee '
_rrace< water In_ Florida: the south\ Wells will penetrate the formation at a depth from wells, it must be pointed out that they lo not constitute i of 4000 cubic feet per second pei ctiy \\ \
I 1"1111'1(11( ,s made up of HI.me tvvelvt' basins totally 01Umiai i of[ a pi'loximately 500 feet below sea level at Tallahassee, separate and independent somces' of supplj, Mich I be understood by the layman amount

lie-loved! within its: boieleis' and seven vvhcse"i I it Jacksonville, and just north of the north hore of Lake that water can be withdrawn fiom! one without affecting I pel 34 hours, sufficient vo supply\ a city i ,

lf ,o'.u, outside Tloiida is as hrge or larger than Dketchobcc At Miami it is approximately 1,500 feet below the othei. The source of all suiface anel ground water I :4,000,000 or more than sufficient to
/"Hi), .p i <..neling aieu within it, laigest of the totidlyl I se.i level It has a thickness\ of several\ hundred feet is the rain that! falls upon the land A portion of the rain .emand'. of America flv! largest cities,
"I,l Md! li.i Ill;. Is I tlu-t of the Kissimmee' Uivei, Original I and probablyields more ground water fiom wells which runs off directly into the streams, this lJl'illgthe moie I Seasonal rainfall meaiM that water ,

;: iu-! "'uh! of Orlando, in Orange/: t ounlv, it extends pcnitiule it than any other formation in Florida, It is: variable pait of the slieam flow, Another portion, enlei- be high during part of each year and low
nwuiei ,,. lMke Okeeehe>bi>e anel then bioaelens to inf o\'rlaln thioughout' by joungtr[ formations' some of which ing and percolating downward through the soil anel locks, I of th<* year, High water levels will result
,- 'UU.i mtlally the cnlire Lverglneles The SI Johns ue themselves pi oh fie aquifers. joins the water table and starts moving slowly and con : ralnagc( of the affected uieai, Water; (
,11\i onginates! !' east and south of the Kissimmee basin:: If observations are made of the height to which watei tinuously toward a lower level, which may be the bank of I erlods I I., lost, r\cn though it may be badly
alkU! ) n .'or mi-ny miles anel! extends ncithward lo Jack will, rise in cased:; wells penetrating the Ocala formation a /stream, the flow of which it helps to maintain, this: eilod which follows The solution of the
'Mile\ rh-, /great Kissimmee basin includes almost: half Did, lines drawn on a map through points where these.allies water constitutes the more icgular/: and stable poition! of In controlled dialnage- the
Penm-mai' Florida and both it and the St Johns bnsinWOK ". .] aie the same, there Is obtained a piezometric map the flow of the stream The flow of many of Flol'idu'Mlarg'pr I who!>c purpose would be to hold buck as

J 'han 200 miles in length (See I I-'ig-ure I I.) .howing. with considerable:; accuracy the top of the water i'ivers Is! made up in large part of Intercepted giound may be safely Impounded within the .1
Tuimnjf now to North and West Ilonela, we ohllen'eApaluchicola in face throughout the foimation, Inspection of such a water during the dry ;;season I and below the giound, and which may be
Wetl Fiord nap leveals! information of greatest value in any study : f round Water I'roblrms
''hi thru onic
Kiver, dischaigmjr! Florida is f unique in that it possess numerous springs!<
of ground water problems in Florida (See Figure II.) made of various \
into drains an area in ) undei Mention has been :
ihf of water
; ground
bay which bears it name which deliver enormous quantities
\ example, within a small area in Polk County between wells be
forger than >i within which artesian may
slate' times streams, At least twenty
ot Georgia and Alalama many artesian pressure to its contiguous
and Haines City, water will ri akeland wells have been drilled and are
it dischargesHonda of t such
exceeds 20 second-
measured flow
rea which it drains and through .even are known who>-e '
the formation to H height of 120 feet above Its
northward almostN ( > alumes of water Jacksonville derives
21 hours, The
extends 12 million gallons'
This great basir feet or approximately per
in Georgia .>ea; level This! is the so-called "southern piezometric from the free flow of some thirty arteslin
rth trolma' and the total aiea drained this average dally flew of the lar/cst' Silver Springs/ located J
drainage ba in ngh, The levels slope downward from area fairly public wat!'r supply systems In Iloikla at :'
Alabama is larger than that of any near Ocala in Marion County, is 808 second-feet, or about I
] in all directions This then represents a wells the
HothEtcambia 'ogularly area roxlmately W/t of them use as
Floiida (
T'etely' enclosed:; within t'-e: borders of ">00 million gallons! per 21 hours! which exceeds bv five
of recharge within\ which surface water finds! artesian, but a
basins include a I:jpical area of all Florida cities and towns, .- ot all of these wells are
and the ChocUwhatchee times the total consumption
Florida, ts way into the formation ai d flows downward through The yield of a single artesian well may
>t ter drainage area in Alabama than In large and small, for municipal water supply, It is interestrg -
is provided b>' he formation along its slope Another large high, the so- and removing 12.! Inch well drilled In Ouval County In
it is dissolving
water that
"nportant in
storage for surVce \ to note passing
largest of ailed "northern piezometric high" extends in a broad II. free artesian flow of 6.500 gallons per
The in
which it solid mater
"sands of lakes that dot tr e peninsula from the formation through passes /
and iand from just north of Palatka Putnam County through million gallons per day sufficient for the
!e in diameter at the astounding
miles bicrrbonate
Lake 35: calcium ,
Okeechobee, ia about olutlon, largely
, miles, de- iradford and Baker counties' to the Georgia line 11 population of 100000, I
f submerged area of from 578 to 730 sejuare} maintained ub-hiiths are located near fteLand In Volusia County, ate of 600 tons per day, Artesian wells present at leact four ,
dinir upon water depth Lake le\els are llernand Dunellon in Under natural conditions a balance of equilibrium be- such II J'
datum, whichOfPonds ear Brooksville/ in > County, near :)roblems In the first place, many
l\eel1'\ H and 17 feet, Lake Okeechobee above mean Marion County, and just sot,th of Madison in Madison comes established between inf Itration into a ground water I treely and continuous/! even though the ''I'IJ'ut
to from about 1M:.6 to IB,6 feet of Florida : County. Since water, wheth< r on the surface or below reservoir and a point of out'low between aieas of ie- I to no useful purpose, It. wou:d be ,
,ft level l Due to the fact fat: the peninsula not lend itself :t t, "III ways flows down hill," a well-charted piezometric charge and aieas of discharge.: A water table becomes amount of ground water lost dal\y In # I
,jfeneral an area of low ehef, it does and affords invaluable infoimation with respect to the "stablished and its slope and elevation varies only with but It Is very large In the second place,
reservoirs I In nap
'd'[ytothe t construction of large surface A re'X irectlon of under-ground wi ter flow Such Information leasonal or cyclic changes m rainfall When water is : roperly and tightly cased to lmp 'vlous "
ate little use has been made of such stoiage of Com- i available for most of the Florida peninsula and the data lumped from underground reservoirs or flows from deep-i tard and sometimes saline water to force

announced project of the State Chamber leserA lay be used with a consideral degree of certainty They eated aquifers under artesian head, adjustments between the overlying formation and result in
fee to encourage the construction of such storage natural how, for example, that surface water recharged into draft and outflow take place The water table or hydro- Continued, on )
few ( Voye
(es. Particularly has great merit.in those aieas possessing the southern high In yolk County.may be recovered under ..tatic head, as the case may be, is: lowered first locally

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I'\.F, TCg! TtHt VTI' vlU I MWS. STl Oil llaru0<, i ..mil}) GLOFIkM flit'P.:,D\\' ,, Mvftt II n I lug' :

!- ) ( ,Ii'I i ,, ", J fig I I' 1'1"inlr'r, <\, i 1111 i (ih, ,>no ip."Ilohd i ; \lHI(I isi mil.l water \\ind, iiiitnlUK ', slittluh aver lOOOOnOOO trillions pp day. Is onh equivalent\ to ,1, ultima" ,and rnl1rh"lons to say that the Slat: c of f Florida, as ,I 'oho'I'elnaflla '(

dtil I IW _, I I. .1'' 't 1.1'" l 111.1+. u do,1'. lilt! '. ,_.it' it f Ki\nsas w'Ite'such rainfall of one Inch nn 0 square miles The total annual consumpl It, I? cored comparatively fortunAte position wit..> I Iw'aler "
water\ intl i 10"I'rlnJI1 1)),, hectii, mix' \\\11 1! itMli In tin third! gal in a ,
\\ ( liuhlitlitn: \ became ollull June :2U! IgIn&: appioachlnii! t. (' ton bj all I lurid a mnnliipalUlPH, appioximatelv 36500000000 reasons for this statom,
; place. the withdrawal ol Inia" qunntitles oi water" from wells' in pioblrm tin Oovernor or Kanst t- used' a comrr.lttM of :en to make i I rainfall of 827 Iwhei on I i supply, There are three II) ,I'
nieas adjacent to (he 1'01lhnmy"nc! has itsiiitpd In otthci vertical\ 'ntUt study and submit Its commendations i The fliidings otlv "' loose, Is only equivalent to the average rainfall I first, plat!. her wow annual rainfall I Is one of ,1111' I"; 'fI ,

01" literal In:riwlon oi salt w fi, ('1111"1< un both the Fast': ind eo imml t"<. with rrippct to IK actions % birth they deemed .( |140,5 sejunre\ miles or about 007"if" of the annual States Her problem, I- fundamentally m,.., '"'

;} West Coast have expeiinirpd) thii ciiificuin I :and In some cimes bn 1I1'"rAAA"\" me rn lucidly iud: nnd cover st> completely al\) Some of the more Important problem affecting municipal I Ilhr I United a. It U water management an ,,," ;
to stave i been loipptl to >p''It other towrri oi muniPimii .atei supply ph\so' ol tin) pmblim tJliit tl-.cy ire quoted brlciwl : I Flol'ldlire: water, conservation problems ar: to a lam ;
In water '
WI In the fourth place. t thcic "in'> hundreds, poihnun thousands of old water supplies the second Placher xln,
del>imne! dcfliu mil common-la
'to protect existing
bandoned! artcRlnn. wt'UK,, some- ndequut: Iv piuitctrd, mime not which UMS, 21. lo place liinlUitlonx upon unused 'OITmonlaw rights PC. 1 I. pjescnt demonstrated inadequacy\ of existing supply This, the : rontalnf'd This Is almost completely true of Central ?+"" J
Uiiitlnue to flow because' I thf CIIMhlhl"I' been and ground water suppii ,
i perforated by squarely Its
niiv, Koiimilyeri' in this s'at: and subordinate them to nppropiiaIon I most seiltws" 01 nil water supply problems Is now being I Florida where both surface
couoslon below :he Hiiilacf" Numcioiii ,')wlI1pl. ,'" ol the contaml- The statement ,
and. to a the state ,
11.Ills .3. to allow n luiiinon-lnw owner of nnii.sodat' laced by at least two Florida cities of considerable li In rainfall within tot\
nutlon of oldv .' have oilgln
potable supplies! bv smith IK been\ repotted
l'll.'hl' ,,1 i means ol rtcovciv fill ueh dnnmiirt 1" he Is abl to piolu \ others. The number Is certain to In- previously pointed out for North ant NOItI
Bemi mitt the qtiantltv (Ifall'l' s", v'',i,\tccl( Is umtoubt"dlv very In rue'. 1 tenser extent by several '[ a. has been
hn sulfci-ed! by any Injun or Impairment of his property or arc' ground waters orlRllJn\.l,
Front the ti ndoint| ol health, the inns? Important pioblmaui dense" In the futuie unless proper conservation measures Florida wher: both surface \ ,tin
'IIIM Injunction
of urn I'Ihl0 Initiate n Intel, use of water: 040( > to deny
ui: respect to 1&I'lIII1r1111'1'\ 1'0.1'\1111011. Is met with In the 1 taken. Perhaps the two most Important contributing factors Georgia and Alabama In the third place in ''lIa"
teller to common-law owners mho have not initiated any use of both
disposal of raw, sewage mil t arir w"isles mnlnlv rUrus bv-pro-, surface drainage and control legMaUon: can be done bet.' [, ;
I water cu who! have not bees un \the tonstructiiin of any diveislonuotks ale'a'' excessive and poorly planned of adequate water rI
ChIC'1'a"II' Into the nndeiui' mud nqtiltpis by means of dinlnat*
01\\ to authorize Injunction relle) for the protection of an I f b I the wasteful and uncontrolled flow of artesian wells damag: has taken Place That some damage ha '1PP 11
u iis This practice' t is no lc ni. 'r !pcimltu'd! undci existing statutes
nppiopilnlot' nuclei\ the act as against a com moil-law owner 'whoa and specific examples hay, ', .
nn clurlna the yens when It was piuctlccct\ It resulted in Incnlcul- 2 Past or potential future contamination of wells due to vertical Is generally leeognUed'
s lu Ini .lat" n I'olnmon-II\\ use after the effective date ofUilK as fa,
not pioceeded
able damaie: Ilw nllcctcd\ noas Due In t tlip i and cavernous closely state that It has ,
!porous I act ..6.. to clothe a central state administrative agency with' or lateral Intiuslon of salt water Most of the, cities on or : but It Is fair to
niturp of mAny "I 1 the iindcrlvlnx HiiK..toiHs, they aic able to !
i the authorltv to control the appropriation of water as directed ty I adjacent to both the East and West coasts either, face or have some oth r states
ibsub/ and hold 111111''olllm" of Much materials. bu: th: vl'ry'I
the act and in conformity! with the legislation now In practical abandoned will analysis of all availib
degree Several have Impaitlal '1'11
i that they ate able to absorb them Implies a like ability to I faced this problem some direful study und u;
ti inspoit" and rtlxseminnle 1 m thrnniiliout IniKe areas and such'' operation In many states: ''T. to establish principles for appiopilatlon I supplies In favor of surface supplies because of It the inescapable conclusion! that If Florida II.0\ hiv,' ,,
and use of water" with u view toward" conservation of tills! I to
11,1',i proved to be the east ,\ ))1'"I>:,bic. t tendency toward the in- '' due to of water conservation. two thin, r
natiual resource for the Greatest benefit of Its people and to pie- 3, Present or potential futute contamination of wejl water and effective program
t mi'IHK use oi ground" water t h'l''i ill ndltlonlnK In the posti ,lights must be ..ih
\ ,u pl'l'loel11I need conildtidtlon ngt "nh' Horn the standpoint vent waste ol wa:ei by permitting UK flow on toward the ocean, I disposal of sewage trade wastes or storm waters In drainage [ done First, th: doclilw of riparian Iq

"I i d-ilellon of water available, bu: also. Horn the standpoint oft In Florida a State Committee\ on Water Rr80UI'Cell'DI' appointed wells penetrating usable water aquifers This practice Is no I'IIVOof/ the doctrine of prior appropriation as the' nn, ,

possible contamination brfcue, brute. uturned t to the aquifer. by Ooveinor Bpessnrd L. Holland and Ooveinor-FJ'Ct longer permitted but, as has been stated elsewhere In this clple and legal) bnsls novernlngwater' usage as has De, tso :
u it is returned Mlllaid Caldwell to make n similar study and to prepare leulMit- Second this legislation must b JOlt,
study, considerable damage!! has !been done In several areas many other: stoles
for the conservation of J'Jorldn'lIlIurrace and
ion having\ 1 its object
I.l'lIal'JIrouh To Problems 1 or \\aler of
ground, water icsources The members of the Committee were: Contamination not only cti by
t Ih 1',1"' IJIIH i ( will Innnu;. 'u a' !I""t t .1 i hew ol the technical bays, rivers and lakes makes It imperative, that Florida munhcfpalitiea mission or board, on a state-wide basis, so constituted "', ;
1'1',1)11'111',) \\hJC'1\ l nc 111\'''''' d i m .11 clccimtp! pioeram of wateii Frank. Holland Chaliman, Wluter i Haven Agricultural Improvement earliest controlling and an, .
the of planning
11.01tn'atm'nt at will be capable '
'resort to ndequatc: \ that It
i 11"1" ,I","'.. I I'' \1111 be ul ?. eic. st t 011'0 to (niilne the" two main I Reseat' ch ,, ,
)nithot( i .IpplolH'h,] ) whl"1J line{ I)"', fl nude lownid the rcuuliiiii L A Wesson, Vie : Chairman, Tallahassee Ice Manufacturer I possible moment the development ol these vitally important water reso. ,

I oi I II.i use III i water 'n>" 111',1 i is siinilv rpleried to as the W A. Olass, gpcirtiry( Miami! City 01 fI'lal. and excessive treatment cost due to waterof best Interests" of all the peoplE of Florida This leglsu.
first cost
4. Excessive) the review and equitable setu)
sIn ununo'r, .\ d) ('time oi" 1 h, (1"1'11111' lit] i pinian iltthls It had IUbe Harry E;, Klmt Winter Haven Attorney\ take Include piovlslons, for
chemical" While quantity must always uSl'rs'ho might b! dam ,
hy I "11111111'' 111 Entl me! und( tho E11L,1 ,11'Innixls( brought/ the laws A. B. Mlihtif]. Wabnsso CIt too Grower poor quality claims on the part 01'all'l'>l > T",

"r .IIU. ,1//,t l M I" Ann i'lea in" ''II.I 1111l11101l-la became the baste law rank 8h'I'lIn" H LaudTdnlP! Cl:rus Drawer precedence over quality In the selection of municipal water action

.. ,,i j tin' ::1"i ,t tat. Die dl"1"" 1:1.: of t u I'm' '''an ilOiU IK based upon I Lacey' a Ilioinns. Oroveland Publishers Represfnlatlvn supplies the latter Is nevertheless of importance for economic '! It Is difficult ::0 .understand how any one could sus t ,c'

the ow,el.'hip 01 l hind ('ont t (11"1." 'i. tll n 't' am ullhuu. ,regard lo Amos H 1>11"111It.: Ple-sant, Farmer reasons, Several" Floilda cities have within the post few years to such a program It has become moie and more tent

1111' ku.t I 01 l II'c oi to. any... ''II"i i 11'1' it ill UnflPi the strict rom \\< 111'1 I'll Roberts, Orlando EditoiIleiuy : I ,', changed their source\ of raw water solely for" that reason watei constrvation I.s leglonal planning( and that the of|
1))1I1I.lu)) \'. t ih', wnii\ ol i 1'/1',1/i I'.IIJ i i loud! i Is. rattled to have HIP O Pin Un, Klsslmmec Cattleman r program cannot bo less than those established b I'
loon) 1 In'.'. I b\, 01'i hiciuxl I hn) : Lund' ) iintllmlnisli In qutinllty\ and R L Chastuin Pnhokee FarmeiW 6, Possible future Inadequacy 01 contamination due to use of I itsell Such a prom ram would not npcessaiily inten". 'Ill i iopeiailon

I unehahrnl[ / 1/1/ 1IIIdllY The u :Iht tll 1101' in liiluatlon in" fur, othoi A. Ltfllci I Sniiloid Celery and Fertilizers water for air conditioning This problem Is not of great" importance of exlstmn local' authoiltles, largely drain, ''al;

porpoises! uncle) i Ihno' >mmc,u-1 iaw is i II ninth
,doctrine made by thp ccmiUi It I.' n i right to the use of Ui- James A Allen i, Pensacoln Lumberman. \ In this field In the post-war p:riod, The oppoilunlt + : tern and supply the element: of ovei-all plannlm ''M:

law, 01>i \the stream' *lth due regard, III l tin, t quaff lixhts ol nil other : M L Flclsh"I, Phimrotk' LunibciinnnWallace > U thus presented to guide It n-levelopment and' to rcg- I needed' I success is to b, achieved It Is \to be hoped 'u

Ill'll i owners to list it I 101 i similii |pa'l|)u'(rs (loot" I is not the' ownership Stnrul, Ocaln Attorney elate It In an effective manneiIn '. Is not fat distant when' Florida may take her" place- ,

III i the water listII I Doyle' CRI'\ulI.! Tumpn, Attorney proposed Florida bill provided, and rlnhtly so that the t, stales having adequate\( legislation foi the developing, rc c
Under, the pommon-law doctrine Die/ ildit to use stream water I (. II Wilson oindentnn Citrus Oiower, State Board( of Health should not be deprived of any of IU existing ol her water resources loi the' greatest public! benef i j' I
t is iiKUided\ as mil property and i salted/ 10 protection\ the sump b difficult to overestimate the Impui'lince of -.in
canted out Its legal authoilty with I'rspl'ct.0 the. protection of water suppliesfiom
It Is liiuustlmc\ to note that tills Committee "
r xt t'nt other has been diverted
as! propcity After IIlr111'1' ironi : to hei future growth and development
work" In almost exactly the win manner employed by the Kansan (the standpoint of public health _. .
its natural source and reduced\ to possession, \UK watei Itself be- i --- -- ----- - -- -- -
coinmlllep It Iv lei HCV n public hearings in older that all Interest ------ ---- --- ---
"mrs' the )personal: property ci the common-law claimant The
have chance to and discuss __ ., _. -
rd panics antI imnin might a present I
--- -- of -
jrUit lo the use of water I Is in Incident lei the ownership of land. f __
thcii water. pinblems It consulted with technically tirtlncd! men
Only land continuous to en ibultlni. m i nutlll'alllI'l'um or lake ,
j ilpuiliin/ land lumlllai, with Ilorlclus wat.r supply problt.ms. Hcinnsi 01 the I'omprr'h'nhivc' ,

The iDiiiinon-Uw' doctrine Is not founded upon) imp, and In \too> imtuii !of lhe' proffian) which ,the Committee set for
lit I iseli and the' thorough manner In which It was carried out. Us I
db4 nee statutory/ ruiKUfleulloiis, the right' Is nut 'lust bv nun-use,
'J I lit' ilidit to the use oi water i hunt aster poursps oj i tonlluuousUhdowners Report not only points/ the way towaitl n teal program' ol water
conservation for Florida but constitutes nn important\ addition to
1: results solely bv muslin 01 i location, and leitnidleKs!
the llteratuie on the hydrolopv!:: of the stnte' II piepai"d a bill
lit relative productive! capacities of such lands or us?s. The ,right '
whlrh'al Introduced\ Into the Legislature! is Senate Dill No 193(}.
allal'hl'lIlo the land at :!he t time s ich hntl passes to private ownerhi -
):. It is to-equal with the' right cl ivory other riparian owner 'The bill as prepared" by the Committee falliel to pass It Is Interesting I
to note the stiUtlnn\ similarity between this bill tin!
in stream regardless oi the lelitlvp dates on which the sevti -
/il tracts passed Into private\ : owneislilp the Kansas! law. In the firs: place both arc' bused on the dortilr'/
of prior appiopilntion Section l <'a I of the Florida bill rends: RSlollows ,
Under the general cloctiiiu ;a, to the lights In peicolatlng, LET'S WORK FOR
',, Orators, known as the common-law English: rule. they" are re-l I : I
'"zucl"d as belonging to. the owner oi! I the fiechold like I the icclti. All water within Hit Etut ) of Florida Is the property of tl I i

loll and minerals found therein : ind such owner may. in the people of th" State, but .the l'IKllt to the uw of water may be acquired ii i

I ubsciipp of' malice Intercept 'Impede\ ami appiopiia" : such waters in the maim i r provided by law,"

vl Injr they are upon his 1 pi 'mixes and make whatever use of Scrllon :J! of the Kansas lau "leads as< fellows' : I

them he pleases, regardless n' the fid( that His use cuts the iii," of the people of .ih, State, subject to UK coutiol ant
1111'\ 11! Mich waters to "rt.I'111111111|< bond and deprives' the pdjolnlngl INDUSTRIAL PEACE
I l bl1eto\\'nl'l'i oi iheli uxc iPBiilntlon 01 the 6t itc In the manner" herein 1 pirscilbid) "

rh' second docliine with respect :o the use of water may be Both gave/ adequate prottcllcm to present' users of water enJ .

t tinned" the doptiine! ol prior appioprlatlon Most western states to investments depending on such me Strtlon 3 of the Kansas I

l lieu i adopted. this dOl't'IIW! either I'xl'lu"lvDly oi in purl for surface law reads us follows: II I II
v' Ile 1 because It leads to maximum developmen: nitd UNP Its Subject to vested 1 lights, all waters within the State may te I,

0)') (flit In this countiv. is intciPxtiiiK( Early Spanish emigrants approved for benellclil use as herein provided Nothing( In this: i

"ttlpd in Mexico and movjny) northward brought vvith them tht, Art contained shall Impitli the vested rights of any ptmon except :

l 1.1\1 oi southwpstein Europe: ) This Inn had Its origin In Imperial for noto-use." I iM en want to vnr'k, 1. Make employers and unions equal
Rjmt The customs and laws of ::111' West c'onrrrnlnlJ water! anti I Section II of the Florida bill leads as follows: I

water iltthts! have thereloie, been piimorlly Influenced b>' HIP old [ "Any rule, reKiiluitcm. or order" made and adopted by said. :Management \vants to produce I in icspcmfcihility under the law,

Human laIt is dlfilcult to overestimate the Importance ol this Oepaitment' In the administration of this Act shall be subject

I tart to the development of the W"st Where wa:er use problem, I 110 review by the Circuit Com t In the. Judicial Ciicuit In which The public wants to buy', 2. I.ct t Congress set tlic rnks (for !(enu-

!tut! in general fat more acute than In other parts of the country, i I the mattei arose, 01 in which the greater portion of the areaall'ectd ins collective bargaining, (free (from

,since the doctrine. of prior appropriation leads to U Iai belt-i : Is located. The Circuit Courts me hereby vested with The country wants prosperity: coercion and violence anJ then let
i.nd more equitable use ol wa:ei than does the doctrine of jurisdiction to review and rule, i emulation or court older mad government I
riparian: rights I and adopted by I said Department The Final Judgment of any Yet good,) .limes have been licit! up liy enforce these rules with strict

n The statutory, doctrine of pilot appioprlatlon is based upon Circuit Court entered on any matter ,reviewed by it as authorized nn agony( oi{ strikes 11n".t"IIUIIl" ; ',
the time of use and the actual application to beneficial use within under the provisions of this Act shall be subject to "review on

regard to the. ownership of land continuous to :"he steam, 0"ilf appeal by he Supreme Court of Floilda undi lulls which now. SdiKes l recd bitiernccehungcr.sa,( 3, Provide safeguurjj (for" the public
overlying land This light attaches to the water course or 01 may hereafter, govern, appeals in Chancery
and economic "stagnation, ( Hgnnsi(' t sirkes or boycotts arising from
ind the Legislation was enacted by the 1943 Florida Legislature piovIdlng -
10 water source ol supply and Is a right to use ol water
torn such source and not ownership 01 the water itself, for the creation of county water conservation districts. At Tor the sake of our country, Id's flange! dispute'* lutvvcen Imi"ns.
The essenct of the appropriation rule Is the right of an early least two such districts have been organized, one In Dade; County
ippiopriotoi: to continue to divert from a source when the supply and out in Pinellas County. However. the doctrine of riparian. tins Change it fast. t Time 1 is running/& 4, Insuresguinst t strikes until all orderly -

naturnllyavailable i becomes insufilcl! \ lot/' all those holding right. lights except as modiliPd by local 01(' spctlal stntutoiv provisions, outt I proccduies" for .settling/ UK l list In line being the Hist in right m determined by effective stilt' governs the use of water In Florida. been exhausted.our .
date of the appiopllalion : first In tune ; first !In light work out n way lo let and keep
Some Municipal; \ Water Supply I'lohUnn
Many of the states which came into statehood with their induttrnl pence mid pro''pcrity.
,'oll\itutlon8\ silent on Watt use iluhls and with early! leglslatuicsiiecicnlzlng Florida municlpulillcs nre vitally concerned, with legislation representatives in Congress have

I the. application ol Die common-law doctiines on this which may be enacfd for the conscivutlon and control of natural THE FIRST STEPIsn't hoot power' to euahhsl this pattern for

,ubiut, have now abandoned this/ doctrine as impractical and waters The water works industry. not only in FlorIda but elsewhere 1m enduring and a fair labor
tlcetual In promoting both development and conservation. of l Is one of the most essential. perhaps the most essential of peace Let
tins,, natural resource OthEr s ales have by constitutional amendment nil of the Industries compilslng) our modem technology. It I Is a sound national labor policy llicni know low you feel about it. Urge(

legislative enactments nnd judicial decrees modified the submitted as an axiom that no matter what the cost may be, one that treats workers and munifc-( them lo act promptly" on legislation(; to

"'ummon" -law doctrine by subordinating It to the doctrine of pilot, I every Florida municipal! must have an ample supply of water moot exactly: alike! and above all one include these (four pointsTime ,

,ppiopilatlon : they have provided for the' protection ol common- meeting all 01 the standards of tiualltv sot up by authorized ac- host is fair to tine public till first step
1/\1/ rlghs: then in use. unulnst Impull'l11nt. by administrative a'ntchelal CI'Cd1th11agpncltll/ and hilly oc-uaU) | lor both )picsuit and future 1 alone\\on'l
toward that ? hring
determination of such active uses: and have either needs This being: true, then It logically follows that the need of peace indll\lri.II"l'ftl1c.

nlnnlcd unusued common.luw Unfits under police power oi cities foi safe and adequate water supplies must tak precedence Doing nothing( won't bring iI l, ???,iI?> .
iiiovlded foi a system of compensation of these 11'1'-1'I ovei all othei conceivable needs and possible uses to which those Sincerely helieving this to he so, we action ,s the only way, ]For your own

potential ,light supplies might be put. This !Is clearly rccognl/td in the Kansai! offer tins program (for peace and 1'1'1)- !ake and (for the future of

The adoption ol the appropriation doctrine does not law. Section 7 (bt> ol which icads as !allows : deletion and pl'O l'el'II1 let our country,
)0111'oice be
Horn he mnwn-Iuw owm" inv suijstuntlal ,'Ight"hlch have Where appiopmtlons of wutci. fur' different purposes conflict heard J

vnluc sufficient to be cnpnble ol being measured but rather pioviclci they shall[ take precedence in the following ortl"i"r. namely: Domestic Ii,
lor' u system of protection ol development and I llnantlil I niunlclpnl. Intention industilul: "iccirutional and water power
investments\ In the appropriation and diversion works of the uses," + [

N diligent 11t'1'i i son who perfects his use and ieallcs beneficial ic-" The f'lol'll1a bill] \toss almost equally specific Section 4 outlined trilll FRIll I'rlltt I A timeh" euthontatiit loMrl ,"litlJ"TIt, ruUir and r ads.. 1 II

turns\ us against such potenUilly present and almost vnluc lessuntUveloped the duties of thp proposed new Dppittment of Water Resources gives fall flail of 1M. pralllulII, ishsd/tog( .pfi'; .
equal rUlits to divert! and use, iccognUtd by the" com and Section 4& >ego> lead as follows: tiO" for /1Mulio" It I.I "f,1 ha"I/Job./ for retry fi/ill" rsgge [

f t mon-law doctrine "To make and adopt regulations for the use and le-use. and rhuirmas, e.rgrusp loader. A psslcarsl kriss' i.., Add,.,..: \1I/iO1, prograre.is.i. !

As overdevelopment lakEs place. each user under the common- to prevent the waste. of fresh water in this state In all cases determined alias of ""ltfll'/Nrlr'' H West 991// S'ireei, l.w )'.,. 20( S, Y
law doctrine obtains a smaller. and smaller share of the common by the Department to be necessary: piovlded, however, I
J water" supply even If he war among the lust I to develop his use of that municipalities and private interests supplying fresh water I ''I'

r. watrr Furthermore he sustains a loss of at least a part of his to. municipalities in this state are expressly exempted from the I'

r investment as he becomes limited to smaller quantities of water provisions of this paragraph, in the use and te-use of fresh water" NATIONAL
than those for which he built his works Under the appropriation Such piovlslons, while vitally Important to municipalities ASSOCIATION OF MANUFACTURERSFor Ii

t't'r( doctrine the owner of land abutting on the stream when he begins are of little significance as far as the over-all picture is concern-

hi use Is given the protection which any appropriator receives ed, since the total amount of water" Involved is only a minute traction a Better Tomorrow '
in his ordei of priority and thus is not subject to injury by later of that available For example to Irrigate a 100-acre citrus for Everybody I

:iv: t uw r; ; He who puts to beneficial use a surface oi ground water grove with 2 Inches of water only twice per year requires 19.860,000

\ supply should not thereafter be subject to injunction\ by a common- gallons of water, equal to the total annual requirements of a sma:1 IiI II
law claimant who has not previously established uses for reduction ', town water works supplying consumers Again assuming that III

lY[I, in the. flow of the. stream or reduction of the ground water ; the 2.187 artesian wells In Seminole County flow at an average I I

A'' supply On the other hand, any common-law user who is damagedby I rate of only 50 gallons per minute for 12 hours per day, the total

H the' use of water by an appropriator should have the light to dally yield: would be 78,000,000 gallons of water approximately the

recover for actual damages I combined peak dally requlren'ents of the cities of Miami and

11 r 1_ In all but one of ht seventeen western states and lu a number Jacksonville As a last example! the total daily requirements cf

r ;1'" I of those In the East t the legislatures have set up an administrative all of the 237 municipal water woks in Florida amounting to j ... ..... -' ,. .

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IHL 'Iti\RT NEWA(/ bI'CAIH.IUlall, \ Gowly, fIUftUM?, 'IIH'R.n.H.IIRI, It II. 1940. P1uh: t.LE.'F.hU

I Johnson. The table
was dpcoiat -- n

I ed with candles and a beautifully < > Great America R' lease-F. S. Argulmbau toWngneilte J Milousek i iI W D:- Pof.( Dei InRei' to Thomas SmmiseI
' ( decorated while pink and blue R Forty Deed Eddie L Smith to F Hoi'an, Tax Deed--Mai'tin County to I. .
tlIrnl eakt Alter the gifts were opE'nfd. \ i I 111 jJt I'' W E.-W, Kent Gilbert to John I rick Bounds, Zoning Resolution] Martin i I|I I William Pltchford 6 \ :f c.I ;1; :
0 D. N pat-I
'\' ,ms! I I I I I I I I I I I It sandwiches, cake and ICP tea \ 1 ''ll gOD l 14 WASTCP THE nWOOP/HMtm W Stokes I Q. C.-Alfred SwInson to County re; Jupiter Island I I Tax Deed-State of Florida to i I

were served to Mr. and Mrs Fred \\ I II it 1rtI FOR INSTANCE M ORDER TO rnMINA1B Afl.-Fred M Gilbert to the. Fi edi'Ickson. Tax Deed Martin County to A. A. Whltlcar, r'I",
,Ind Mi\!' F.t1ward: JOl1l180nlIari Pedersen, Mand Mrs O D \ Ij t 'BITING< AllWVOF VfllUflBLK PULP Public, .1 Benjamin Fox. Tax Deed State of Florida to t ;
C. Kenneth .4
t l' WOOD wsSTJ TIE BARK it STRIPPED Q Mary L. Racey: to ,
" : ,'mel' mnert on Tuesday Quigley Mr. and Max L. E. De III II. FROM THE LOSS A SPEClR MACNni6 P. R. red of Mtj,-The Hobe W. D.- Brs'l'nwl' Fi'ope IKS to Linwood Simmons : !
r rI raI' ,ith I iirpnse party at Loach Mrs Douglas Shelton, II. WAS DESIGNED TO BLAST TUB BWXOF Round Co to. John Jackson William E Miilotti I Vi. E: --J R Pomeroy to Lois S. tll, "
t P 'I iv TM STREAMS orwrei?UNPERPRCMORB CampbellMaher
I iom ,I.,,1101101' 111MI'J'S Mr and Mrs, O a Johnson and \ I P1 II Np f -- UTHe CASK I* Q. C.--Julio Debon to Lee! J. W D.W A Palmer to Jack If I I, England! I .

J I' nom' Mrs a H. children Bobby, Christine. Hazel, \ 1 I/, ''Wf ', TAKEN or? WITNOU'f IDS H6 A Mtg -CM. Fletcher to Indian- Leinweber. Id
Jean Richard and Raymond, ofSalN'no =F- / -j; VI D. JnrvH Watson>> to Artinc- '
town Dev CoW
11111,III II I Iea. II iii I If'llI. t
101 lill/l/ IIIIII! II 11111111/ Mr. and Mrs L C Moore I D;-- Anne MacDowell to Otto ham Richardson. "t I

of stuart, Don Is SImmons ol .- ----.. ---. I Rel Oil Lease!-Henry R. Stef- :
foul fat LucIe Locks, Domino and OtIs I I fins to B. J. Carlberg\ There's Still A. :'1

( In Ooodman, W C. Jackson of Foil i Ido-nj, ?J. j W D.- Llllle Mae Weeks to Mattie .
Pierce and the host
M05TIifttFlJl and hostess Powell
cartn Oe .! Mr. and Mrs Edward Johnson I / i HANffa. I ) W. D.--John U Mennlnger to E. BIG JOB AHEAD I

eeahR / Ed Shivers left Saturday night I '::11 A. nnlnjer, It ; .j
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t for Wlldwood, N, J., after spend I RYSMORFSA I Il W D. Plank A, Rush to Rose

Ing four weeks here with his / l / ooOoo Deringer.W. Before there will be telephones for al' '
r family at the home ol Mi and I o\ CIGARnlt! D.Frank fools to Cat) M. all who want them ,
Mrs, A, L. Chinch. a w n' aha Post I t
dLOOK" 9l c ( / / 1 1_ ief I Il
Thost who attended the WIIL PERMIT
p T. OFR Mtit.-MiiRuerlte! R. Porgy to
A, County Council raw_ u/ I\ / SMOKFRS TO j bve, I Thorp la Mill a Irrmenloim" 'Olllll1'l1rloll;
\ meeting ;:i%::;_,_. living Matt. I
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Itn Thursday, March 14 were Mrs, AMERICA A ALWAy5 FULL OF IDFM I / r // /, FAGS Il4 TNe c. ... .0 L '' ,I \\ D.. Israel Clark to Morris j Joh l iilienil 1 fif UK )I..r."(* v<' inn I fllr"i h li.1 1<.. 4

W L Meiiltt, Mrs. George Os- RAIN 1.- JOP Darby ].IHMIP* In till vlio viuil lUcin NcI 'w' "itf'llo ,
r" IBMT*m WT wt eon-me I
nQ boin, Mil C. C. Jacobs, Mrs. Mae f -WL VF H tNEW JUNE 50.1945 1rIO.eTrMOAC'MAdiN / X10. ,: W. D.-Uriah tee to Lena Pen- I nurila in not| he first. iiuiiiiiftuliii l and then '

"0r Douglas, Mrs. ODrv. Mu R, D4iW,eND t eopUIe i darvla installed. in a great many 1'111111111,1 loss its, \1
akIt Sachs and Mrs. Jack Saunder- fo956 MOP 7Na J -
:.,,' ; W. D.-Seaboard Oil Co. to J. 1. ocher )plaice l'IIIIlinClIl11u' t l Le l'onlll1'II'II'.1 or 1
Cobman M Old ,
& way
tie sonMr. and enlarged to i>r?,ldc limiting. facilities for this
Mrs Eddie -
Cooley, tr, W. D.-Reuben O Sharp to Lawrence
I and son, Eddie. jr.. of Stuart ,Avant ;.1r. Avant and lamp South Bend, Ind and Mr. and AbVtKTIStUG/ MAKES JOBS Clark new iintrul office equipment liefoic it mil ,
, spent last week end hire 1 Mariottl to Bessemer I.."- instnllcd,
with E.
last week II's: L Is!. Burroughs: 01 Cement > \jTrrtlnliiir. peps) up _\ii\cnc. Mtg.-Wm.
s II"TO'B, ) toi : Mrs. Cooleys parents Mi and _nuiluf. ui nil nuikcn nc Properties, \\'f. are well along, utli, ,
.i I ''?.' only I.u I. Mrs. J, L Terry. Mr. and Mrs Chris Miller left City, Mich! are Kiting Mr. and cant better thing. Deed.--Sidney Arnold to Henry
''' Saturday Mrs. S. D. three liumlreil' million ilolljr s.\. I
for Bevei Ml
their home In Wildwood Hoyts was !
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: : : Mi and Mrs, .
,, Carter.Sat.
,1h. I' Harry Holloway It d we I k no m' tco
1 ?.. .?. ,Ir'fllu.'rq left Thursday for Toms Rlver, N J.. after spending the i I n the Spanish American war in n,uko e:1il'a'I: : :: i F. D,-City ot'Stuart VI |pension program to j ro\ilf!
fishing season here, Puerto Rico with Mi BeveiMi '. IIlll l loiter service
th. h" N. J. after spending the : Certain Lands.W. more < lor Iho
!/ winter Some?' 1 people think I that Amor-
I'W Mr. E. M Thompson, superintendent land Mi*. S. D. Bevei. Mi Ira IB what: it In becnu it in* I IIfl'0wn D.-W. A Palmer to R. O :-Milli' )Iloss cver, in some of lliooiinUI ,
I hl'rE'rI'I' of the ': and Mrs, Phylo llojts were sightSeeing
Suniisc Pio-
in population Hetk Chlia{ ,
spending lilt winter I Sharp. more .11".1",1"' eonununitici i
ducts, Inc.of I In W'O'IPa'm t Beach ,1 India have in
Salerno, announces /nn !crown pnpuln-
I here, Ml and !Mrs Intnnn!( Btu- W D,-Marl Paulk to H B. Rains (' *'nil.Iv more lime will
that he Thm'sclny. lion, end 1 look at them! '
rn expects to swing Into
I IlIlIlIlIIlIlllIlIlIiilllllillllllllllllll ested left Wednesday loo l i their I S. W. D.-Jens P Andersen to
alI production this wt'ek The plant William Earl; Tho'ttpcn SIc, ( _Vihrrfixlnir. his. helped tnfreB lx> required| l to nidi UI|> f.1t>
home In BiineRal City N Danmai H AndeisenW
I j was opened on trial for two half I U.) S N1of; California Is here .c our national :Income oar I held,I orders for IIl'r11', r
Im Tim Blown S lr( U S. Navy, D.-H nry Simpson to
Ktundard of living, nur run of HvI'f. -
1 lie, : Mr and
clays last visiting ,
I week They produced) parnts lint v<' run that ve
l ailed his soy
{ on sister M II s E B. Charles McLane.
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leted 1 400 rase of tomato juice. They Mis Jack i'homp) on on to furnish
--- --- nit sour way -
---- expect to run beans and tomatoes 111M Joyce Bevls, ttite: HomeDrmonstiator It ha t brought better 11 Inprn<< II>
....... tin for !lets monpv bv: eating service I to I ho HC ,
inn: this week, Mr. Thompson from Tallahassee thousands of people tow nrt lornnlmuHnneoUBly Fort Pierce, Florida who want It. '
I" says that II he can get all the I will give a slip cover demonstration j and thus making, ; I Phone 782

labor and vegetables to work at the home of Mrs W, L. mesa production possible] FREDERICK L. PORTER ._/1.1'

( \NNOUNCINGMY with, tint he expects to put out :Mcnltt Monday "innlns) at 0 j .\nd mass production innl><.. Foot Specialist =
A ? much a. m A covered\ vh luncheon '
more produce thin in the I Inbll ""*\ > ", Room 204

| past reasonMrs. nil be seived Therefore advertising. : nuke. Sunrise Theatre Bldg, >:
j : Sally Willis left Thurs- J lobll I. VI/I

I ) ( two \t'k. here with her to raise money by a lottery In _
MEMBER OF iranddit,thters. Mrs. 1777. TASTY DELICIOUS SATISFYING ./ / '
LOU :iml :Mis Blli Emory PendaivlsMi DP-. --- I !!,,:; I 1ii 1II

i me'' Mis A Miui] Tyler of ITEMS OF RECORD DINNERS

Martin[ County Board Tampa were the guests of Mr.and W. D.-Anita R, Tllton to Til-I / "
"Prepared in Good Old Southern Style"Steaks
I !Mrs o II Johnson last week ton Inc.Aff.Carroll. itf
;: Dunscombe to Hit I Chops, Fish and Golden Fried Shrimp \

I ndMi! and Mrs. E. .J. Arnold and Public. "Chic ken.in-t theRough"One j'I f)

Public Instruction I lall(1.hl'I'( Jean. \VlrnlfredPedcisen I. C. D.-P. E. Suther to Din i visit will convince you / ,

and Drnita Dmo of Stuart Poitei, Just Across the Bridge, North on Federal HighwayNo
wen calleis here Sunday. I. C. D.-St.. Lucie Inlet to A. 1 SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY C
I Mi' und Mrs Dormany McPherson P. Krueger,

i I DISTRICT 1 olill I family have moved W. D.--Joseph H inilei to L Marvin McNeely INCOIPOKATID I

in their icw home, Just completed A. Arbogast, .).
To The --- ------ -- -- ---
j I Subject Primary May 7 neap Mi. and Mis! J. B MtR!/,-L. A. Aibogast to Joseph ----- ----- -- -- - .
I Shelton -- ---- -- ------ ------ -
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J. }faller.S. --- --' -

I Mrsnllice Earle and Shirley] I F. Juds.-Clty Stuait to Certain -
J. S. MICHAELSON McCulUv were business visitors Lands.

in V\est Palm Beach Saturday W, D,Thomas F. Gardner to( Where Is Your
I''I I :Mrs Moiteuen fertaln- Arthur i M Dehon 1 1

JENSEN: PEACH cd 1Velre day with T pinochle Death Cert,-fetite of Florida ;to
party at her home Mis J. A. the Public le: Emily Cornell
j Your Support and Vote Appreciated Stickle won first prize. Mrs
i ) Mtg.-Leonard Smith to EmIly
:Glary Chandler won second )>rlzl'. Cornell New Home Now ? :
I : I -I MII Id
I III'1:1:1' I I : Other Mi I und MisH
, (Kiusl.seie; ; I \V D--Emily Cornell to Leonard
M Ki mm of Erie. PennaAIS I Smith

alai tailson !Mis Conrad W. D.-Charles L Mooney ti
Johnson. Mis ciniks Coniad Virgil C. KetchlnsAfiice Right now the home you want to build is in NO( ) : 1 1:111: llio< iiK-i Ltihlo Ihrec I 01'l' ilulunllV\ Han

'1 oj>1 Salerno Shores Refieshmei --J. I II. Simpson to L L. the tree, the iron ore pits, the clay banks and inn info in immi \ l'alil>l I"'tly l :
'l 1'1'i served and a good Holden
the quarry ,
imt v is en loved by all. \\ D.--Malcolm O Clnee Jr to In tin ti'sc>' ol I prick and Tile, loi txumplo.

d DOG RACINGWorld's Mi and Mu Phylo Hoyts' ofdo7lh R. L. ChistilnMtg Legislation, IIII priorities, allocation! piefeience took the or six months to grant n price ad-

-R L. ChastaIn to Malcolm 1ulment that allowed 125: of 400 cloned pl-anU
i' itinjrs. will not build home. Veithei
0 Chace Jr.Iv.
7J s'8 : D.-C. R Oieenlees, Ji to will Mich legal .l Niggling( of a meairie supply, of to leopen Tills action resulted in u 15' t In-
dense in production within the following three
South Fork Ranch Inc. materials produce! building miteiitln An HI1

Fastest GreyhoundsIn Sat. l\Hg.-Andy W Anderson priority rnpj mean little more than a license to month: ,
t I IvJould
what to W. R. Baker
hunt mUeilaU
put home-build: !
OPA's unrealistic
I W D.--J I. Craig and wife to Similarly pricing policies
blocked adequate production of Gypsum boned
iiy J. Howard Clayton
Action NightlyEXCEPT ... \Alith..,., Lumber and building material dealeiH and and lath cast lion Moil pipe) and clay ever
( SUNDAYS) seam -- -' contiactois: can build all the homes Ameiicancedi pipe for months,

: time> ? --if building matenaU( isle a\ailable Hut

unless pioduction <,materials 1 !ilol unblocked no Although price aljustments\ }have been granted -
REALESTATE In the nbol'e-mentioned fields, lumber!: pio
build homiihethei house !libeled
one can a
NOW UNDERWAY! o WAN 1 J tluction still leniiiiH under wartime pricing
lfJ / "Public flouring"ur: ( i Piefabiicated !HousinK ioimulai:

I- 01 a "PiiatelHuilt Home"-all art bidding\

DAILY DOUBLE 2ND AND 3RD RACES I nm thinking about becoming for the iamt supply) of materials, It it still more profitable for the lumber mill
I'ad"r to cut itcnn for export to foreign cotintiio! 01
Nine Quiniela races a union Here are the materials that must be produced to cut logs Into sizes used by mdiiMiv than It
Mt idea i Is to organize the Oiln I materials in short h to manuliictuie lumber for home constiuct-
1 laundrymen of lit country, eInvestments These are the sup \
ion Premium prices for industrial ileri'' han .
II H 1101 I t try, to get them all-hour ply which are subject to distribution controls
d.I IN. been granted in some instjincen duiinj! the rear i 1

RACING UNDER STATE RACING COMMIS- The average (Chinos Jalln"nun ,..- through priorities! but now that peace hits come, puce adfmtmeiit t. .

SION SUPERVISION works about 18 hours a day, ? encoin' iriiii!? home construction lumhei
six or cven days a week Lumber Common Brick have not been made by OTA, 11

If I can raise their mtcs ant Sales and Listings Concrete Block Millwork
di icuso their working day, It Through Price adiustmenU are needed to obtain maxi
ought to be worth a dollar a out Martin County, Clay Sewer Pipe Face BrickGypsum mum production! ot hardwood flooring\ mill-
PALM BEACHKENNEL week per Chlnnman, to me as \\oik. ,
(pllmg"Idm!!, and 11h'wood,
their leader," and that ought! toad W B. TILTONKreuger Structural Clay Tile Board
1 up to a pretty penny for me ;
CLUBOPPOSITE in the course of a year, Cast Iron Soil Pipe Gypsum Lath Ueconimtndatiom have been nude to the

Building OPA repeatedly( but action i Iii not Incoming,
A lot of fellers *ho try to run Cast Iron Radiation Bath Tubs

MORRISON FIELD their own businesses need myhilp PHONE 161 J ,
I I talking. to liltle11I1I'h.lal1ll The Building stands '
was a Industry ieadto build
Belevedereroad Home Phone 158-M What has happened that 1111 these eps 'ntial
On the other
] keeper the homes Americans need I.. But until the PJ''I ()- /
We were diMUHMtijr the 40 hour building( materials", are lacking? lIave1 t\-
duction and lIoof matemM
1 is
unblocked I
week. "Coahl"! he old I often
work 40 hours at a stretch"! haunted raw material supply Oi plant 111'0OPA, thousands upon thousands\ of homes lot ,
cluction7 Americans and \'etel'anK11I go unbuilt 1 tI t

I zAny

government program that does not FIRST remove the l

Just Received Shipment of Fine New Motors W- obstacler blocking production of materials will simply add additional W
difficulties to the problem facing the building industry I I

5 Horse Power Outboard MotorsCome This Advertisement Sponsored In The Public Interest By b

Over and See Them 129.50 East Coast Lumber & Supply Co. Casa Lumber Co.


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; ...-- . -- -- _. -- MRS TRACY MARTEN SoeIetNews Idl: !
dill! ) \: it<''ni* for this paper must reach the hi,,

t SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN[ STUART 3 3K .:.J.? office b"rol'noon TELEPHONE on 300 Weelnesdi.

1 1t _,. I t u.... and Mr a .
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J to \ II IIOHAN TEEN Mil; (dirt i 1 11.\1111'11, 1U.\Sl'll.\lm' '10i ---- MR: AM MRS, IOMIK01IM1KTAINM : I there, Kirkland.by unl'l"1 of West Palm Beach
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wlDe Miss" Dorothy Hoi in and Mi I 81.TRI'K PARTY \.IIIIr.i lAMtuos s\il'iti>,\\' ) SPORTS : : ) .VT IHNNUlMi I I -- e .

Urn! dull Kvk ul Wist PRim HIP' 'J 1 ,'(1'11 Age' Oiuup eve' nfoiniiil I ::1'i 1 I' I ivi bens onipleled! t Iti 'ri if. ADAMS HAT and Mrs. J, R at Pomeioyntertalned dinnerat William M McFuta" W. |'i Mi and Mrs Edward i

E:"a<'l1'o'er" mauled Friday S: 1 Pat i': i* |1',11'1'i Suturrtnv ''1' nI.i, ': i .ago! of Miss ElizabPtli In:: f ftfi (' / Sunday Lucle Cresc mother, Mrs Lorena McFailan of I who have spl"nthe +,.
Mat( 1 11 1 15:; the Rev EdwatdC \ i right al1)I \ )cuni,inClUt their home on Edgar HutcWnwn winter
D. I their home
I "I'1'n Mai: .chnid, dniiRhtd I' 0 J ll t:., nt. Guests included Mi and I un coualn on t
Vuiik at Ticquan Cottiiit! flio J1: couples pusuit ('n '' PI1" and his '
.,, \'. fc( oil Blanc hard of Jupll Mrs. Ernest Biggin of Coitland, Dow hlgton Antlen fa", Avenue, and their hoin
st Put t lick dunce' and of
his I leAldncc(" in Cleveland Avenue toyed Senrr
tip r I wire lived i k. IKmi and!! rake ". 1.1 ind und Hewlett, N. Y.,. t,u ';;>F 'P r Ohio. Mis Marlon Billou Flsk,. Oeorge arrIved to spend i several Albin Johnson, left( yeah;:
E W have Neck, N ,
and Colts J
I ll'ullnant William a Tank Mrs. L. A Clark son Hotel
I by tin hu>'t Irises. Met Arthur at the Stuart
"" weeks I
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101 .-- -- Chapptlki Mrs. L. Ashby Albu I"I I the Army. on of Mr. and Mn TIGER CHikMU : -- .
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gast and l Mrs.i Carl Ruth :i' J 1 'I 1 lankoos of Old Orpenwlrr, eUa.LDOG n u Cox\\'aln, left Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
( AXO! MRS> J.U'IS.U.U' ]
"i .\( II .\:1011: ) jack Hartman
C I.l" Th; ('imonv will tak,"I >1 : : .%M I IIItS: ( Ir: for Long Heathcalif of Port Sewall left
(.IVK AIUmiCIL: PARTY I ;: ) Saturday night !i. '
("nl !and Mrs. John Q. Mae. Ml!, \M :MKN MARTII.NTUt'r.IS II ::1 i Salu: day at the !horn' sifl WITeI. ins morning for their lion
LI i,HI Id LUa liiiwdl( tuiki \l IHNNHlMi : i\1'" I i risk\ no'li\ : i'. Mm Chin 4 \ \ \ .. (OaSl !RT. IMTItKK! Ran _' -- lentown, Penn.
I b';, (I \Ion) 'i' of Camden, S C \ < : and Mu Wlllifoid
( i t.II.I party Sumlu\ night for her und MI.. Ruben D 56um" t vouDnN3o NICTOAnEf Allan Bishop of
i \ ."i Slit' Hiv, Burke. rector 0iI f :! sum/ Leach and his blather. Mr and Mrs Byron
( ,'Hit', Miss Mm' KlibI l'nll'l'talllllth I a iarewell din- -
; !Mint \ ,. Patricia arrivedUd
\ iuhollc Chui'eh oin I l Leach attended the St Fort Wayne, Ind.
( :I SAFE.
\' u.., : t Tuesday.: nigh: lot Hoi lui Swiii)' I'1.ht in cum 1 pi,mint I'I Club visit his cousin, Neal DEPEND
Ball the Everglades to
", A will follow' Day at Diiday
; i uplion I
1\\\1// (fnlll I I lu idn her" slater. to1: :' ,aid 1 Vi. Russt:1 (liege II uI -- BIshop. Other PEST
DI'H..iI ,it ( nd inu \U11 be Mis, 1 In Palm Beach and were aceomplllllcd Bin'op and Mrs
,I, I ,' W bills (K. their lump and Ihll'J.II'I'i, i I i Jin niti'. it their : : Clarence Jalis' CONTROLCall
( !IVJ f< their hostess Include
1:11: .1.c Rob!) ol Montreal Mis., home by guests
I 1' I ""It' Avtnut lie.in'till o h''I( .11.1! Ateatc i \\( Chicago
11 'n :r LiMiuston the bildp., ,14 Reo 'f. :Mi'. Arthur Conner ol DC- |land Larry Strong of to btie"e
: (i'salt of i N( \, York and Mn y f' J'1 Co/VAUSS' SHIWEST rise li- >it and Palm Beach ese'
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-- ') u'ld i Halt.: of Camden Thin .P. 11 l.TiJV'? FULL PACK'Uf NEVER tos" TO 'If/NCiI- --" -- Mr and Mrs John U Mennln- E

(AI.EE 'f'i See U* For ( ,,n ii .II 1)1Mv. 8 J. Tun :Y "I){, :'ij.f; ''ONsco,," o 'OUnrOoWN6AOAINV' John B Mlchaelson of the 1111'1 of Lake Boulevard, St LucIe 4rgMr/r t5
r'GERS rNs
,., ..". bl'oH t, i I' of the bl'ldl'lU'uUI11 we (I '\! 'fuREi ..EJaRs' Royal Pointlana, Jensen Beach Estates: spent the week end In ,rrh, o r r
cII =- '",' ';" i\1 R p.irealld I lu 1" 1.1 I'wlndl' Lieutenant. Nc is'. \ l, t'P 5S has been called to Bridget. Mont I Miami Beach. o
-I; f.. ,I.'. t .H.I; ; J.J: FACER, ;1st rRSV GAM6 J JPAiNE1 .
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Conn.i' brother
SERVICE : P.rt i I''r.: : I'I : : III 1 Stamford due to the Dines of his 7979
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n (: N5
\ S SA" i' I III ..I 1 V!ti'. ,'I'1 jl Of Bllllalo/ AL..IIROUN::> ,... .:. Vl Urn)iv MlchaelsonMis I Mr and Mrs 0 8 Kanarek sae So, OllvVPB, r i

;s \" and "1sits P, Ktnn, dx'' II;I >srAa- -',: '.. .A? .- I I and laughter Miss. Florence
n ARNOLBAUER I Ii'iouhtdun' l N Y. 'I'.REE. \. ( -, '1A Charles Meytrnlck the \l el'l'el'k end guests W..I Palm Beach,, rii
A Kanarek
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1111' biid!!' will wear a whist \., jll'ml"l' Mies Thelma Leeman of I .

h St Lucie Boulevard I Hone I42-W ; ,; Un gown. tI 1 mimed with hell, WEAE ACLaa ENE ONLY I(xt \ (J Fort Lauderdale', is visiting her
y 1 +""i'n i 1'.c1'"lnt: lace and IIPIancimo CIl\lTt 'IN\ 'i9"::, "t'f6EY Y Pili( ntl. M' ', and Mrs. Oeoige A
I ;h'r's i piinreu lace veil ":>'neu':' t. / l...a. Lei e'man'hUe her husband Is In

_. ,tile \\ III ('U'I i\' gardenias Tls:11,5cl : WiPE ...,;;,,, J:K.: ",fI 1, Kansas City where he was called From where I sit... fy Joe Ma:
"' TD, J WON 3.0. T&JC.OOWW' ,
ENJU6N ; ,1.'A"t"'C
: : oi honor will be attired inch t I I by the serious Illness of hisfa
O. D. HATAWAYANNOUNCES TE VALE" I .tRt 61x3'Cwftry *'OKf3/ ""'I "",,e. l.5[5OHV31
.1 :utiputp tafleta/ gown with,I I TWICE! -J.1I..' ,.,,r MFNON"" fAr VOf' KIN! '11all'l1In'I'I1'd\ headpiece, and I 't5e. service man now manage) of: .
I HIS CANDIDACYFor t CK rttndjiits will weal IOMtifiti .1 ----_._ the Pan American Vulcanlzlnu I :: Shaking Heads and

kown,. Thcli bouquet I Ij."mll Thc Plant In Foil LauderdaU
nmii: (.mu! : \\\IILI\M: I IIXLSIISI1 )' o'
\v'all u .'::1: ink! I lowers I Human LibertiesI
Mi h Blnmhird attended I Ih. MIInii: \ VKS, \\ .\i:ros \ 1 LI) l\\ ('()"IHt, Ull.SON I Mrs,, Karl Krucgei and her' .

INSTRUCTION, VAPTIN: COUNTY LI'I'H: S"hlJol.>1 Hewlett N. YIR ..' : Tin' Wesleyan Guild met last Commander Talmadte Wilson I luthei \V B Bruner left Situi- I

DISTRICT NO. J i: iota" I'I OH'.
1.11I:1,. i I and I-'inniiiKton College. 'Jot of there alwiTi i
\ ,,,'" Support Will He, Apprrcatcd;. ] Walton ull'alill) City. lot n covcipd '- lam Halsry, top hero of \\oild I I he 'lr'K 11\1', Ihrrc a guess !
iu: rnuuent:1)t: / : was announcedi hcalshnkme i'i mr lo\n Tcnplo .hnller.-tolks who M
I ," " ', I i 1 mth lltiiteiiunl Tankooivcd dish supper and business War H and the Admlials famlly "W'hnl's the younger\ ffcn- ought to be a law"-who
mixing: !
al the homo of Ocnp Tulllle
-' -- -- -------- '( In In.' Paclllc and was, 111' Lava. Pl'rM'nt \VPIC Mrs, Fled Nation coming to'" How can wo that tho best form of rrfjt

\.IIIIJHill! on Ouadacanal He ulitUid i lo.sx. Ms IlPnry Kindred, Mrs, oi Jupitei' Island where autobiography AdmlnlHalsey I end these" htnki,.'" The country' oppression, whether it'. I
Is.1'111111,1 an
'(' (( I La B illc Military Acudnv AI tl1111' BuvLiinn:, MisV. OAldildKP of his leading role! in the !poiiiB to the dot.!" "There ought! to beer or baseball,

Waterfront Properties .( Otikdak. N. Y, and Is a Mrs Ailp Stuart, Mis/ wai'against Japan The Admlr il's HIGBEE & III, bo a lawl"I etc But from where, I all. An

'npiiibci ul the Stamford Yachti Allan Decker. Mrs Curtis \ and wife, his daughter! are' I Hill when the dinner Rcnera dune pretty well with the
..4'1111.: 1I11' I Indl.1I1 alld I .SI Lour I'I\S.: and I llljc Hound i'Ill 1 11)! I Il'nl'. !Mis Hubert Cleml'11tsII'S.! keeping house for the AdmIral. '' : WORTHAMGeneral : I Inn w.iwall Minalhe t \\K| "HuI'l'r- ,personal choice and indu.l\\

(ccall: J-iuilitt)) \: I ih, rumple! will HO Ui Sea ta.I I II II. Hansen Mis Clyde PiitlcM and Commander Cleveland of I men"_anil( labor ass doing 1 the rrty I guess thit Jon u

I 'ind (la. out I New Oilpans/ on I I: :, I IIOIJl Yl110ll11 llipy will live' In I heard a murmur, Hut now
J CiMiiu< ( und I Mis: Edna BalncsMl mundci Wilson served two toursof and RepairsP .1 (
rt'i ..I \\ York" that "crc' back to our traditional (. ]f
A with Admiral Hilsrv
( 'I7 .1 I It. ,\XI/IIIHS. IIRNET1'DIXNI'it duty at the Naval Academy and I O Box 832 life of personal liberty, just seeCopyright C/

t t :.: r Sit',lit'I' Mh.MI: \IKS I', 'I'I .\. I l l IIOSlSMl I the die other cluilng the 0)0111011) Phone I 44.R
I und Mrs Andrew W. Lien111t1 Islands cAmpaign on the Admlialshtaff 1946, InitrJ Slates Bmmh

,U'EUXU I : \ .. .
I I inttrliliud Monday night I ; COMSOPAC. It will' --- -
'Pin r T. A., Regional dill:lUtn -
1 I9i 'will u (lliiiu i party honoring be inleiestliig to the many IX-
I : I) bond held mi nil I day niPit M.... und Mis
; : .: Wiillti" Taylor of I Navy men living In Stuart lo
in, ( March 14 in Vc loBemli. Mrs.IHt'mt Wu"hIUI\IIIII" nllli Mi and Mrs, hear Commander Wilsons
1'1'I j
i;; Punt.1), ) MMonal" ) dlu i'UnusilKt '.. '
t ,1 I k!: Taylor i al111'11'\ home In port that the Admiral Is Just as ,
I W C'. Clilnn. hlKliI I PIANOSLet
r as Putt b, 'v,ill. Imle and hearty as when heconlplelcd
q -'Iliad I ,,I !niulpil. save an ntcrt I I I I
the coup of killing
t I.lIlJjll all insli IK'live talk dui I :\III. .\ND MliS! !II \:\1ISGIL i i 1 Admiral Yamomoto who swore
mi llio luncheon hour. Plesent. I
t I' : I'wnI to dictate, the elms of the peace music grace jour home: with a piano designed to meet your
from Stuart were Mrs D 8 tlud-
and Mis the
| Ray Dallies from The White House and just
son president. Mrs, F. R. I tor. I particular needs We have fine
former Miss Helen Weeks, who us chipper as during the tense a clock to choose from Grands, small
ion seers tary, Mrs L. M Johnson -
married! Feb cnleitalnid
were 27 -
I Mrs, Rains, Mrs/ Evans : moments immediately followingtne and medium size uprights, and spinner type MirrApianos which are
: with last week at
ii party second battle of the PhillI -
I Cm, iv. Mrs Q L Eden Ik-Id and their lion (' on \Vst Second I pnine! Sea when the Japanese guaranteed like new Thee pianos are popular name makes-Cable,
Chdi : atiett< ., Otic.ts 1 Included Mi and I indeed to the world that Ad

I Mis J Din;uulsh, Mr. und Mrs. I mlral Halsey's flagship was sunk Gulbransen, Sieger, Hamilton, Echultz, Kimball, Wurlitzer, and many

I I IIl I (' Wilson of New York Joseph I and the waters being searchedand ethers. We alto have three player pianos which are in excellent shape
Miller of New Jersey. Mr and that the captnre of Admiral

Mi" ,. Duck Pendarvls. Mr. and! I Halsey was expected at any New and used player rolls ore available in our tock These pianos can

I Mis, Dick Biisto, Mi and Mrs. moment and would be taken to be purchased at prices to plea.e the most
\ ', conservative purchaser. Terms
Ph.th'w \ D. OKV, Mi, aid I\II'H. Leslie Tukyo and rastE'nedII] In the

0 I Fatlpuon,, :Mi and Mis Klngsley monkey cage In Ueno Park for if desiredBRUBAKER,
Smith It B Robertson William
all to
< Japanese gaze upon.
[I = 1 King and E R Tomllnson. .i I Admiral Halsey upon th com-
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DE plctlon of his book. will retire
f i IXUT'll\l: ; ijoviti MI:'rM iron the Navy, to live in San ,

iI .4- I !' AJL1HODIS1:; (IltltCll I I Fiancisco. headquarters fo the

The executive board of the big job he has accepted with
I ''pedallf.e W, S. C S. of the Methodist :
..... Pan American Airways vlI'e-
,. : Church met 1-iUlay at 10:30: fo: president for the Pacific Ocean MUSIC COMP AN
-., In
I' ..') oN"... ,.... r iu quarterly business meeting; Aiea Commander Wilson tried

;9 !Rentalslot Min, J E, Taylor. presided, Following to tall the Admiral into coming I

I ul npioud: jnd l'llmprr\: PI'UIl': : tics | u business meeting a eov- to Stuart to live. But the AdmUsl The Palm Dcaches Most Complete Music Store

I'hi on::hou'. :MJ 1'lu i clIn y erect' dish 1 ul1l'hl"on'u served I turned It down with u 2CC Dalu-a Street
I lo twelve membeis The table ttorabout Jock \Miltne.\: :and: I West Palm Bet
.HUm; '- J\: \('IIIS;
i Infuiniatlon was bcEiutitully decorated with
i jokingly said something\ to the |I-

!Sea,,ill's/ Paint H\'I..tu-lh''r: II ruperliesand ( i| Real Estate Insurance an nrumtjtmeiit of Spilnu tlow- effect that even a1'tr t all he had j ___n._ __. .. '___ _..
In Easer colors Mis
I ll' by been through he "was still scared

lupitei I_1.lnd Odin-to,Sou n! Estates I: :Silts: Virile or See \\lllafoidR. Leach. Members also of latllcsnakesMltS .

I tntoyed iced coca-cola and Ice. .n .____ ___

C. B. ARBOGAST : JOHN E. TAYLOR cunm furnished by Mis Leach \SIILLl IKtSTtSS TeeA'E

Osurli mill(. Phone 104JS1tIKT | ,VI one cloth a study of "The IIK.II( CLt'HMrs.

1,111.1.1" i ,. UVIIIilKOMIMUIIMI: s li-unn. ; ,I ('I'l'>j,> Over All'lea," was given Leon E. Ashley entertained -
; jv MisVlllfied O Alelildstend : LVh
the Ace-High Club at Innchconand -
._ _____ tvl'J: : -- ?; ( Miss Cell Atwood. Vlsitois : bridge Saturday

':r u Invited. noon at her home In aftl'l'I Atlantic I I f/1>

-- Court. Guests Included i 1

: s rf !n lj IJ/6 tJ.JI7,7J4 I iiu I1ItoH'IoUS: : Mis Evans Ciary. MIs. Webster i iir
\111: ; lit W.'J \\ Oidway. !Mrs!. L. Ashby AibogastMis I

H' Kiownks! met Friday uf- 1 Boyne McPherson Mrs. E. The
Ii 1 i rnoon with their lender. Mrs Smartest Lady
.At J, Smith jr.. Mrs Roger Spicer in the Easter
(rSfiM SUE, OlD JkCtl i WHV, SHE EVE N 9.I Monison, who took them and Miss Emma Luk:u who I

KtkA.M4 ,b1ALWrY3141i I r WRI1t3 %HLR OIARV P in a ituic hike gathcilng and substituted for Mis Edwin A. I .t

HER; OW? ) 7I IW'EEK AIIEAD OFV 1IMIJc idcntllvliiL: leaves. When they Menningci. PrIzes rOI' high stoics Parade Sends Her

WAYl' r E1ty ) i I'l tul'lwd to the Moirlsou home were won by Mis Oidway and Cleaning Here!
the'It' leader' served them with j Mis
Crniy I
1,> sweet drInks. Present were Betsy -- --- ._ .e

A /1-.L. Bin Muncie Boyd:! Mary Loyce
h Campbell Patrcl! Cousins \ SINCE EASTER
( blililcy Ann Ooodman,
I DUl'OlilY Hineoek, Gall Doh; (\ HU JaR I' Ne. 3202 .
Handy M. t. w as.l I.,
J.t J. 4 Jian Piilmci. Nancy MoirisonMaty :.>..y) DR, CIIISIIOLM'6 tHARLLS. CANRIEI...R\f.I\ WISE ':-0 SEND YOUR EASTER
i Jinc Uowtll, Julie Ann 't""..,! 00' e,5.t

r I\' 0 J. + Shilgley und Valerie Ann Rains 'I HENRY CARRE, Sec, EXI ERT DRY CLEANING

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.' \ ,. don't want you to rpe'nd me nc efore it'f necessary but if your DR. L. S. JONES

t \ 'I rar need, repairs, bring it to "i. Th ,. nc !ounder investment than keeping

yon( car in good condition It add many d \\\-\rt\ to ill value KEITHMARTIN
DR. W. J. QUINNChiropractor,


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:e ae Juice Quickly SERVE IN 1946 WRITE ABOUTResearch DEFINING A CHAMBER OF COMMERCE :\\RCII 31 IS DC,UU1VLTOR AIR TRANSPORT OF a u ti'a Lion points lot perishables I 1'1
Iayoa eut1atic! ,nbdIL. .' FOIL EASTER SEALS Aid I (Like Walts!! News) PAVING T\XES FLORIDA PERISHABLES to be shipped by air The deslg'I"' I "I ':
..IpN A total tiU/ui who u BUREAU nations of course are based on
considering taking out
a 1111111I1'I"IIhip -
I h'I' I IhuuunJ. I The time has come, an the I current and do not ,
Mrs Millard i I
( 1I..f. Caldwell Floridis in the (hinnbei of Commerce for the first time
,J I. Mil (Clllllil/lwtl( / fllllll ,page) /: r) Walrus said to Jacksonville i FNSi Facts relative preclude the possibility for location i. :
I I I. Hn asked pay yow''tnl'lor
: the other ,
L.tart J .dJ ,Mrlwnn first lady, has been name'dhonorary year ( UN day to define the object and to the air transport of
h the purpose\ of the chamber and to tell )( puy a penalty! March : of concentration point j t
\ ,, .1 "IJrsI .. chaIrman of the 1946 number of dollars tn Its what such an organination / Florida perishables ere given in other area*". Wilson declared e I
J", ()fU, Easter Seal sale in Florida, It pockets," Ferris declared, can accomplish: An answer to such a question 31 U the deadline for city county emphasis in a study issued by I .
I"l i ;' .InMal IM'J'. The could fill columns/ but for conciseness like the definItion and state taxes to be paid at the Bureau of Agricultural Eco -.-------
t tIP 'In" "Uy 1<." was announced this week by agricultural research de- supplied by 1 F. L ]Kuukle, local chamber secretary, par After that date I Interest I nomlcs U. 8 Dept of Agrlcultuie _
wjnun I" d.. IwE.n uF Mrs, Louise 8 Trigg executive)( pa itmcnt of the United States ]II le defines'] it H8 : be added and all unpaid taxes )I Director William L. Wilsonof In Camden, N J? Mrs Lillian )

on ( ''I, an. abw!. secretary of the Florida Association I Sugar Corp.. Clewlston Fla? the "A Chamber of (\mmtice m primarily a community become delinquent April 1. : the Florida State Fanners Keiney went to court, got her

haUl I "?"","""r.kJ by for Crippled Children and largest privately financed institution building organization, All unpaid tangible and Intangible Markets ,staled this week divorce Grounds: her husband j
yest! : 'J DRUG CORP. Adults, Incfcsif I of Its kind In the country, 'Tht average citizen has only vague idea of what personal property taxes "This study spotlights Miami made her duck under the dashboard ill'l.- ,\
'UART ---- a (hambti of Commerce" !it must be advertised of when) he drove past a
hall and ApI'1l16
does on
made possible large scale : The general Inter- : and Plant City I as among the I '
production in the Everglades of elation is that it is something to boost the town, to get each year together with the I best present: ]locations for con f i lend I
such conventions 01 to bring in name against whom the assess ._ ill
tourists -
scarce Items as sugar and more Others think it ---- -- -- ---- --- .
'fthoml!I VENETIANBLINDS Its by-pioduct of molasses: I h. 1o attiact! new business and! industry 01 to act as official mcnt Is made. Interest must be r
lemontjrass for essential oils and greeter and explain the advances of living in that city added after April 1, and interest |
use In stock feed: ramie the new which sponsors\ u (himbei ol (Comm'J'ce.; Still others, and advertising costs after April I It Is O. K. If You Buy It "
I wonder fiber that promises to think Its only purpose) in to hudlt local affairs for the 15. e
revolutionize the textile)( Indus- citizens! a" H whole, and an representing| ( them, Incldently IL also may br ,
:NDJ tiy: fine pure bud beef cattle: "A (htimbci of Commerce does this /and far more. pointed out that applications for I THRU
and rootstarch) from sweet po- It act as spokesman ioi the business) community and trim homestead exemption must be I
HOME FURNISHINGS tatoes, to develop 01 tommiimtx made by April 1 of each year,
:ou"U manufactured in the new group thinking along the linen
$7000000)( starch plant. I, which aie cnividtud: desirable to follow] by its board of otherwise homes are assessed 1m OTTO KUBIN

McMillan Furniture Co. Ferris pointed out that the'' dimtors who ,hap| chamber policies, taxes, even though they may. '
have been eligible fur exemptIon REAL ESTATE BROKER
United States Sugar Coip, by A (hitmlxi ol ( ommcite' is an organization; or group) .

li ORANGE AVE. FORT PIERCE Hit intelligent application of of flll'wltrd looking citizens: of any "iy, bound together( for OUGHTERSON BLDG PHONE 304
! .' 610 I farm ) the promoting the -
rri791 themuigy. is transforming purpose risk, economic, mouil und
PHONE 699 a marshy wasteland Into the serial welfare of that community as well as to further its I' Bituminous coal I dcilvccl inn- __._ ___._u __ _ I
richest soil acreage In the world I commercial! and inilustilal progress\ and wtll-bcing I fanll, most potent wound tical
Ing drug developed by the Hi- i
I ,aid is putting; that soil Into the It is u banding togethti of men and women to securethe I
I Hoduotion of crops which not bentlits of organized( effort! through group net ion. i mans Is now being inaiiuJ ittuied I The LIGHTHOUSE
in this euuntiv I: h el 1- j
, 11. only do not compete with family Thus the community, through the cooperation and( toor- ,, ,, I
{faimeis, but actually open up dilution of Its bii inesn and chic leaders, obtains what it i festive again t eeitaln types| ol
I that du not lespuncl to
new market outlets for them I could not otheiwise accomplish as individuals, I tie snlfis .
The Sugar Corporation fum- "Lbe>1 mjring to such an oijruiii/dtlon each indnidu (

tshes tree ::0 Florida fanuis and member secures the benefits' group action, where all .....--iiiG"z.I'.1p.! 9l''t'!' 6 i Crv1 ..... ---., l
Ma.1d pnitlculaily to those who( art its I work together leu w common pin'pose. And every) citizenof : "'"' 'f:J
OfflCITY STREETS neighbors in the Everglades, a community', whether ]he 01 she be in business or not, j 1'f.ITlC.Lsm'sn: ( : !ts'r: .c:......

I scientific Infoimatlon in regard should belong:', vince this group) can endeavor to improve l o.-
I to soils fertilizers, mechanical Cfiiditions of am type requiring public attention ;; 4.

. IS' ( S planting, cultivating and har- I "Thus a body( of people] IIVIIIR in the same j place havea To the "ulc'rM IIf Mailln: : ('uiinlx. :
I I \estlng pioblems and then pays sent of toint iv\ncihliip in a cit\ 's )JI'ogl'eKHtlld/ develop I aniiounee inv ('amlitl.Jrfor \

S these farmers top prices for ment, and call participate in am endC'II'OIaimed at the the I I'lurlda: tie( use. ,of Urpi'('- /TU ART F L. A 1 1r.
pANGE4fr then sugar cane, sweet potatoesand public good 01 which partakes of a common character, hentaU\es subjnd 1 to (lie ___
beef cattle" Ferris said, whether it be an evil which ran be corrected bj group) Democratic piimiries In :Mas19IG ., S. NO: 11' Till: Sf Hill: KIM.K

'ehdlsystl, Research and experiments) constantly action 01 a good that can be accomplished with a united i If ilected I will srnvuu
\ t ;:, caiiied on by the company puipose" to lie best of' ,im ability, I INVITES YOU TO ENJOY :
feel! ,/ / ,i" ;S7 for improving present and I i'<"s|><'(.Ifulh ask \<>u fur I
who V crops and developing new ones, I WORLD'S NO.1 1 FIRE TRAP your loiifidrixi and MI| purl,
'erhI.A ; now promise production of ccl- ---- I II I feel tlut the eUlile' irs of The Finest of SeafoodsRESTAURANT
iI', I IIr :. lulise( products such as con'ugat- In the opinion of the general manager of the \ntional doliij Itushioss over (the cnliir
:(f. r-Ti,. '" ..... fd board and liner paper com- Pile I'I'otectioll\l\sociatlon\ the' L'niled States \Is the word'l'number ] County hit given nip kin', t\il 1-
".t ... "-- -I : meiclal alcohol and other solvents I one lilt tiai, lie iKuks\ with rood cause Ton' edge of the needs] :mil deslics! OPEN NOON TO 1 A, M,
Oh = vegetable oils fats pro- thousand (I('ath'o and 17,000 in.illrlellaccomplln $450000-1 I of our people) of Viailineiiinl ''
Nina sll -- lelis. and plastics, he said. 000 w01'th of property that goes( up in smoke lich > eai', (' ), and it will enable pee'' Cocktail LoungeBAR
Ferris paid tribute to the contribution An equal| amount is pent foi tht m untcnanee of municipal to pieipeilv and honcsllv: represent ) -
\."'" -- made to scientific progress file ii-pu, 'tments. our county,
OPEN 9 A M TO 1 1:30 A M
( In the Everglades by :mem- The next fE'W't'I'I4; (during which tens of thousandsof
i bees oi the National Faun newhomes use expected (to l hi'> built, will set nn un- Sincerels l DANCING NIGHTLY

Chemuigic Council and by I 0ii(] illtel opportunity to cut this appalling) fire loss, if tlwwoph' \lt\IN |II.| |Hem( \ 1:1.1.:I I .
I scientists in the Bureau of Agricultural willucct'pt enforcement of ,' ,
PLAY SAFE! Fly your kite in any open ) building-code me asuies II I SAILFISHING AND RIVER CRAFT FOR CHARTER C
field from traffic and from and Industrial Chemistry anel lire ome thought to fire )prevention in designingnew \ .I
3 away away
and the Southern Research homes, aaa I
trees, wires and buildings on which the t ___.____u_ _______________ = .
Laboratory of the United States The NFPA makes four mmenelations to home
kite can become entangled. Do not have Depaitment of Agriculture He huildtis : 1 1. Fireproof I ) join ,roof.( ) 2, Construct the chimney ,
metallic lines attached to your kite and invited the scientists of Florida solid front the giound up) with no wooden joints con II '
do not construct the kite of any metallic to see the results of their efforts tutting the chimney to the structure, 3.J I uild] fire stops FOR SALE
substance. \\ I put to work In the 'Glades into the' walk T\t'y'rc\: inexp'min'| 1 I. Make sure adeqnatt -
I bhr. : productive combination > t'I.'ctl'l1I1 wiring!. sufficient to carry the load you require -
Do not fly kites during thunder stormsor ""f (capital and laborSPESSARD | i is installeel These four measuies would cost no i
when such storms are in the vicinity. ..-.-- more thin five \per i tent of>J the total price of the house

.Avoid these dangers and you will reduce L. :Much\ ot llm, of! course, would be saved in educed i lire CASE TRACTORLATE
IIe insiiiance premium"

HOLLANDr"t Every( day the )papers are filled with fire tiandiesI I
'suallv thildien are the vittims No sane person would
deny that the expeneliliii of a few dollars I is a cheap price CONDITION
y R lo pas fur Daring lives-but how many will follow through
I with their good intentions: :!' Death hangs' in the balance

t<\ol :

: \ (J \. live in mini and 'Olllchihlr'n j
''I [ S ,, # you a t< mm unity
\ l nio not members of a 4 1-11] dub, they ate missing: u great Price $1,000.00COMPLETE

accidents.A deal and so anou, ,
\ ,,1'1 > Jhats an idea the Mate, Agiiculluial I Extension Service .
\ I wants to i put over> to all parent; of rural buys andgirl I LINE OF FEEDS AND FRESH DRESSED CHICKENS

,) tt : 1 lit Iwi!'((n I theatres.! (of I 1 tiiund 21 l and it also wants them I Ito
\ mot M'I' that t their thildte lJ'lfll11c( 1 I-II chili members if I h"I" I
I' aii" tad I yrl t i'niolli! d,
r ,, ]II'! not Ih it (i iui.il v'lIlIngI'I'cun'l) :; 1 make good( if he' I
1 ) ( \ -( 'slI'l' t a .1-11 1 club member, but itn caution that he will hate

llBe \ \ 1\\ better i i l'haIH'I'I to m ikt!' gaud if he ((01' she) is a member RAINS FEED STORE
of the- oigani/ation The large numbei' of young/ nun I
I ( \ awttt ,1l ., who have attained load'I '
l \ [j \veimeiiwliohive) mud )good, !
i\\ \\s salel\ ,\" I 1 ship in agi'it ul tine and usher lines! of work and who were
( \ \ ) ____1 '0 I once 4.1 II r club members is ))OII"'c evidence of this fact. I 164 FLAGLER AVE. PHONE 311

: to) sec them develop into !g >oel citizens: and outstanding. I
(j I ipabN! tent |iogussKe1( men and women ; anel they ate
1 missing just t hat much of a chance of realizing then hopes) :
FLORIDA and the Nation and ambitions (foi their children if the boys /and girls do
Need in the/ United Stales i She Will Appreciate Quality JewelrySpSSi
Senate such Outstanding Service not I'ccdth.. benefits of .I-H 1 club training! ,
of Holland/ Cart as Wartime 4.1 II[ club training endeavors to teach boys' und girls'
Governor and at State Senator and to enable them to learn by doing! along/ piogitwiveline '' :
'" also] aims to inspire : h :'; ; ,..
> in farming and home rnaking, and it ': ., "h
.... -..... -- ---- --- -. .------ ---I them to !greater athiexe'meiit, to cooperate with tachothei ,. ,.....:'', r ;'II''I,I. .'. 'Yid' .. ..
mutual and to strive for their own Impl'oI \'('- f/ ,
for good, ,...:$<, .,". I' ',> <.\:-
It ( .. .. ..
ment and the improvement of then communities, state "" .. < ;r'j:
I and nation\ t' 1105.' 'f'I' ." _. < p' .,.vie
and BuildingPROGRESSION So the until I youngster who is not in club work is : {' !; : :

Landscape missing(' valuable tiaining that would stand him in good' ; )"" ''' ,
sttad later on in life He is al-o] missing the fun and com- (1'i.: .' :.!i-; -; 'I'\\;'" rlit

panionship) he would ciiiv|( I ut t club meetings, i allies, camps, I"n '. ;.. ,:.:.;..) J ,,1.. :,
SHOTSWHEN and other Much events which ate regular and Important "- :.: '" f"'i \. '\ ," ,,::," -,, ... ,
phases of the 4-H program l: < t) -_ ': (tI ., ; ,7 .J. Yi 1
4-II flub membership cost!! the boy 01 girl nothing!, ," ""-0 '
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RENTING OR SELLING BY MAIL INCLUDE A and it offers much r; '.:'\ '.iY..y; : ,1\ .. "
'\ $, .....J
The purpose) of the Extension Service is to improve ( ? '\ i J'
FOR BETTER RESULTS rural lilt, and it consult the 4-11 club one of its most :
effective means of accomplishing' that purpo-t I: "L' j ''j'i % Wp .:". If1t'lifJ i

I' ;t /--rr i. f,, m,
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I, Sign in u local watch iti aim's shop: < .,o) ) ,T.'iff1i, '.3:' ; /1\\' I'' JN

"No more work taken until this sign is took down" ..--.; S' "\q "'L._.... .. 'f1! ..4
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SHOP I THE TIME TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY IS NOW I ;,p: : '. ;;m! ytr'lt ;,re"'t ( ( ) (iJ I,

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I 'I.i I IIt11I lilt Ii ,1:1: JI1'1 1 us: II", ,,", I ,wu, I lImIT).% (nrn"o.1 \fit n '
I nib's' -- also '
__ -- to assure i Its 1
-- gnuc ..hot.... 111 order ,
---- il. I nru
I i 110 : advance noti( to spl..11 i black bass or i tt'Ieted in th'yeai'
) flsheiman no of
IIIII! ITEM (>II' UU: OKI .1)1: J1\, Ui., 0''u'rge \ :-ill'kol I IB Tin eimmprclB and ,tie! r..n. l'r\'R\lon\ \ ,
commission held a quiet In anman > I 194" 'h t
: disinterested In conserit the hh
3 Audra C. Daniel \to Jam. FISHINGIN louallv ROOMMUHotel any' ,,'he Tax Deed-Martin countt t., Herbert BrtinerAffrtl : \. \ion. as such. and any over- select meeting at the '- wlIen.: an nmolMted' announce-! "

William Pitchford Aiidra C, Daniel to th. 1 tin'PS made by commercial fl hIIIK In Jactoomllle recentU-hPt spawning l period< Is necessary' I the' Florida (' I

Tax Deedate! -\i t Ii,, THE FAMOUS interests In their efforts to and rescinded\ the act.on In ter Fish CI ibo
Public Pressure l t. said: held son, "
Rl\er It'a.n't
to Linwood I, P' front Note H P Donildkor St. Lucie Region unit with sports fishermen art'macll" to have been brought \>\' com- We understandalthough> : In the pre"I 1 1, I146 with Mi,

w. W. DJ 1 I' I I' Loll s t 10 C. H Donaldson, _. solely for the Interest of mtral! fishermen and amp \\ mentioned rescinding' latino nIle .u ,

8 Bne ,Ord: i i -- THF TKUtt SPORTSMAN I IS A GUARDIAN. OF NATURAL RESOURCES commercial fisheimen They opelatora| l along the river Qtwt- account 1ft read, the period for he year 1H4there ';
Dpf'dAI''',' :inu. i i 1'1 i ti"p'rtlr) ., Imt RodRl'fl on the clos-n
1"r'1 i will I '
tin (Mtno TievNsroiiTOMKIItrrtS want I he sportsman support Ink from Tommy In the St, I
', S.thI' J" 1 TI W.lI'WII! I F'1.lI1k i 0.11')1111-) :, IIP\\\|\ appilntod ( lie wildlife exhibit to be used editor of the 81 taking black bass
(' UKIY.U: [8 bu AI'I',11111'R to offer nothing and Surf Include the left iftei I' th t '
\V. n J I F Jot, non t t In :Mnndaleiv i I ,'itnp ,xectetim' of! the an diirallnn-il feature In beenerv John River does not ...
BoIn' .\* !Miirmo ctvmi: f\( ,115 In if turn. That has Augustine Record.This during the the open l 194.to
M b" mMtl \ FludiMldllf' Federation( connection with\ Di llngi field apparent In all Instances where I corner is i compelled: to trlbutan creeks March Ut to wit'ran' \\1),
: Mi' d u' n i \talnl1t'II. t Wal"-; : stlckli closed season from
Lake FNS' Air Cirec' -.toppid bin Stuart Saturday 1\111 ik, esbuiii sj>lumen have the two groups have met to decide take n "rain check before season a meetltiM
C'in, .' flit, Transport[ Inc of New York Is i fora already contributed $100 to the whose back should serve as .t cur nose out 'oo far i. thefew April SOth oM.heJ948------
Am n,?, 11 "td i F i 1'11'1', and Sunday t III> discuss plans ---- --
aII !ha'eo -
con5ldring Lake Wales as a fund, and Martin county sportsmen a place to bury the hatchet meager details that
I EX( n d i A1'i111rin J i I CI i <.-"'--epa strong M ite-\\'lde orRnnlzntloiof : only and R;
shlpplim center, according to the could well help (his cause Our comment on the aboveIs I(or been able to gather Rooms, Apartments
l i 100. (l' !S'uith LIST your
Lake Wale News. which report hiinteis and flshermsus. DaiI alonit Make out your checks to that both groups want to nilll'-p to leave m as ,romiT .
Ma' Dfl.'I -11, (' 'hat several conference have I Him will bo working day and Florida Wildlife Federation. Mobile catch fish and that wise con- lo the whole procedure as well Homes ""t
Arrn'rI,-1 i iJ it--in :1:! ., I \\lo FULFORD
been held between Air Transport nlKht for the next several Trailer Fund and shoot servation methods I (suit In a as other sport| flsheimen
J J'Q them to Fiank Dai' ol the on a fall have the opportimlu of
officials and city lepreaentat"i ling Executive sharing crop dldnl
I t' N, 1 pIH'an),,; ''II Wllllnn'n I : months lliilim up sportamen'sgroutthroughoatthe \ cf\a\ [ 'IRIIr: "
Secretary Florida WildlifeFrdeiatlon basis lo both sportsman and attending this meetimWe
p -. ,1 i iMt II the deal\ ROCS through Lake ( [ Stntc under Loesbmn Fla commercial flsheiman It cannot will go so fat n* t 10 Sey; 'II' nni\r: sniiNf: ; m. ,'j :
: I II! I H 1/". I I\1..1'1'. fault I FWF nenis He In confide ilii tl1:.'; ir.riFTNewnam
W.llh will ioroK a terminus\ In the cause of honest real' be shared fairly so long as IK assumed tha; the > l'llorEH'It!\

ParR,, (. : .' Dank to W bUr I i air hlf1men\\ coming from of 80000 mpmbeis by 1917. whirl I.m.1' note tram n leeent I the commercial fishing Interests ulliu i of a closed S..RSO'a: ; l Inn .
K eW >'Ii : a i lot ii' <.rllon "1 central Flol'Inn ( should R\P! the group strong column by Ray Camp In HIP uw destructive methods the reason that,, like aty'ula: I I'' \\ OJ ( "-" '(11" t to Fi'"deli Tin city! would bl'dl'slll.nol- '''political power. President Jim N, 'Y. Times that': Pot the pa I This Is about on a par with acquainted( with the !'ubltof; ( and Flaglcr A\es. Opp FE '
,,, c Id l I.x in olllclil poit of entry :Muiph 01 Jacksonville reports ten Mars spoor' llslicrmen a: d I i, action by the salt water Con- Ii8h-lUe. the gentlemen .'h) Stuart Florida
\,1\ \ ( 1
\W 1'r'l tellB' t I
\. 'no)) '1)11') Coped States which that chute i change requested) < commercial llshennen have be, p ivallon hoard which attempted comprUe the Florida! Oin a.n -

',\?iid penult cargo planes to al till remit Tampa meeting engaging In squabbles that occaslonaliv to open the spawning season Fresh later Full C', 2.:. ,-t -. ----- ----
.U. Mil l. U"I (I.I ----
slake non-sllll| flights' Horn are bolim made. and that o. had nationwide repercussions on mullet on grounds that they
WUIn 1
0..lulu I
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t e.' itu. t 10 Likeilox soon AS :he changes ar ratified but which had little were scaice The fact that
(hit :ills V'Ilte":t( II .1,1111' I
In court he will' set a date fora or no effect upon the conservation contlnetclal' flMietman succeeded -
('IUl'll'I Rank;
:11(11.1.1, : :.111 i .11.: ,i_ n -rhnnln 1 1i convention In some central of fish' imnrdless of I in opening lie mullet season
.\ 1 0't Ac'1.1 I': P S''I.I II :
,, ,,,"-, :' m.t", Ii 1 111 i 1-1111.1nll !11)i part of the Slate which side came out the victor. I by InHinctlon after the Con&cratlon -
; I ;,: The VUldllle Federation duce We discussed this yesterday \ Dept failed Is no great

01'I 50c pry member of any spoil'iu '. with a man who probably has credit to the board Both the

T-----000-----0--, -OCSOC --000 organization. and It U a done mote than any other one I Game & Fresh Water Fish Commission -

yI l KMHIC conclusion that Mai sportsman\ nut her the interests and ihe Conservation

I, ; : tin County Rod & Own Club and of sports fishing, and whose I Depaitmeiiv are supposed to

Victory Bar S:nut SaillMi Club-which has efforts have been wholly fr,e pi'otci.t nnd conserve\ flsli-not

bin in A II lIIate- will br In Horn nm sclilxh. motive The break down the spanning sei I

\thru sh mld) <'r to shoulder help- discussion was 1 prompted by the j .sons OUR CLEANING

in" to put th stale\ organization recent statements mate by J, L.
OPEN .11'11"i CfiuiibutinR' membeihiji !'- AlphPii ol :hi Ocnrrnl Genfoods I 1 Bill Abbott blinds to out illenllon ACTUALLY RESTORES COt III

I D DAILY 9 A, m to 1 130: a. m. j D Kill iNo be available t K Corporation b'fnl'Ihf'\ North I n stop;' in the March 2 "c
American Wilelllli' Conference. Issue' ol the Saturday Evening T AND TEXTURE.
I hit t' I I' ('I ubs. sporllnR itoocli) ( ,,1
SUNDAYS 12 : 30 p. m. to 1:30: p. m.PACKAGE 't t''Ii-t, and at he'i' enterprises with In his talk Mi Alphrn slieMed : Posl t about The Dolphin that I

.. ,iki, 111 FlorIda rnnnei\ntion I the need loi a united front of All 1 eta All Ships," The dolphin. THERE IS A DIFFERENt r

GOODS 11 -, !. InIto lake a war chest\ .it spoils and ecmnmiclnl' fishermen IHIll 1 maintains and we RIO C'I'
in order tn with him is the brightly/ colored The Quality of Our Work I'
I'I i) ',1, t the ,spui'\umcn of the State lonseive ourfish 6"tiu4
SOLD 9 a. In. to 12 a. m 01 .lI1m'd I on an effective basis. risounes fish, so familial to all Florida 1
o 0 'rlu"lamb i knows of no bet- Just for once" the old advo- Il'Ishl'rmt'n. while the SEP.'s dol-) %

2 Exci'u'! Sundays 0 "' I' l'aU10 which you can con- cau of sports fishermen sug- I phln is a porpoise HoweuiWrbstei ', t "SUPERIOR"JOHNS
IIlhll'i i '. uestcd "why not be honest with I "'s Intel'national states

Lee.bur" < : nnd Lake Count out selves. The average sports I I that the name dolphin applueeiuullv -
MARINE ROOM-BAR J'I-II & Oal1w; Association have fishriman IK not and never will to both fish and pi i il r-

IIllIall'cl l .1 i statewide movll1wlH) be primarily Interested' In fifth I l olseVe think this is nuH\I

'U help tin Initiation serine! A 'ronSI'I \'allon', lit is Interested I but after all. Webster can I be< DRY CLEANERS

D DANCING NKH ILY TO 1 :-30 P. M. 0 \' III-rguglprd| Miller as n mobile .'Met us Is the ,mmnrclfil> flsheiinan '- I I'inel' of hard headed\ ut time

icutho II'' nelquaitem, This In cal'hlnl.fish.. If the t
o COCKTAIL LOUNGE i(nit will be equipped with ain 11 nth be known the only really i Pol I lien I pressure! is probably 1 YEARS

n ,tion picture projector. a public Rood argument that can be ad- \il)-r most damaging factor In IN BUSINESS 26

A.I 1 MIXED DRINKS II address s\stem, and A timel- \anced b\ the speits fisherman 'uiies to consei\ation In FloK11 FLACLER AVE. PHYOUR '\E :
YcOC i- that ills ciiise piomlses to In- As all black bass flllh'-:
====O OC = = 'O1 OI.OI oC'-O -
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know. the State Gamp
I \ur\ Ihl'1ot1'l'all't good to the oJ( n &

I t '":itpt nit:nbe' Thr'ol'd Fresh Water: Fish Commlssiiifinlh -- -
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HomeDemonstration I'11'" ...ell: \"tl III i ,1.'lIi1l1V, is Initnli eiriciedi 'state.(

I "1 d UK' i I'f I I,1: hedge to open i'lo.eel se':ison on black b,

Enjoy The Finest ill. 1 It''hla'I\'I'< i tune i tin')ti h March and April W'''III 1t t

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I Notes
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FOODSCOCKTAILSAT "'mnt" linn: W.\STE: u\1.11 VETERAN S I, _; SI

1111 Ill: Sf\l\! '.\TIONPiesieent :;" FRIENILJ

Truman his' 'alll 1

THE The threat 01tali III,on IIImany i I
mId and Q It aft.ran U taking part in'' the discharge or dismlual upon re
,11'1 ol HIP
p I'
I s gosernntent toratlonul rourie, 'qui'll. except a discharge or dismissal .
1 the urgent need for food 11'01\1 and U training for a particular b> reason of the sentence of HOUSE
t this country emphasize the Impoilance j trade or p'or..lon r"n tp change a general court martial WILL
Blue GooseSpecializing ol continued efforts tc to another type of training,, I XXX

add to oui total food supply A. Th veteran can change only Q. Does an honorably discharged STAY WHITE
I if he can furnish rea on> to tht veteran of Uorld \\lOr II have to .
this jeai katlsfftctlon of the \etcrani Administration I give nhin| ( an norurltv. In .vbtvln
herever possible. foods I ,, that the change i.n to his leg k KOicrnmcnt loan* RESISTS WEAR AND WEATHER a
grown at home should be substituted belt Interest The facts )in the individual I Vothlng. except lien or mortgage Iy
in "Chicken in the Basket' and Delicious I for shlpable foods for I factor cane will be the tontrolmg rights
'the starving abroad with emphasis i -
Western Steaki XXXQ
Q What recount doe a teteranha
on providing lor home I Can trteran collect uni-m-I ,e If hl. former employer re I II
meals that will make lot' belt'i inutiltion r Jllo'mf'nt allowance If he U unable fuM lo triton him to hla formerposition I I
and health" to Unit a job after of employment
Bar Package Store GrillRADIO discharge I
I A. :Contact: the Selective ServiceS
tell that
Authorities ut by A Tea H* can receive readjustrient I
t.m or tho United States DIstrltt .
the end of the winter! the home allowance; for not more thin Attorney They will ace that
52 weeks providing hi 1 la I
I not
: ic
supply of canned loud will be the rights of a veteran are observed i
celvlag iub lstence allowance fit I
MyaAWI4ta I the lowest In 12 years Thc'aI'l1'over I education or jKnxlon palJ 'h'le ieIt ,
of canned: seasonal pursuing! a tour. fI''ocatJur.d :XXX: : I FOR '
tra nmg. Q Are women who are disabled. USE -- Infer/ore
mills' and vettables this
\ yearnull
xxx In the krr\li of the nation eligible
I be 10 per cent less than In I for mrmhcrHhlp In the Disabled Exterior
1945 and 51 per cent bl'lolHO! Q. Can a veteran pursue part, Americanrteran *
Miss Isabelle S Thursby Food time study at ifoternimnt eenM|> T I A Yes Nurses In World War I l FLOORS 4 '
Conseivatlon Specialist for the A. I nder the GI Bill Ilia possible who were disabled have been mem.
to it to, however correspondence bern of the DAV for many years, Fast Drying
Florida Extension Service in a school have been ruled out If you' A large number of farmer WACs, 1
I recent letter to the home demn.tntlon go to n full-time law school. etc, WAVE.. SPARs and Women Marines IIASOMASLE
( office, uiges the use at nlghl and work In the daytime, are now DAV members. fOR LASTING ECONOMY.
you' get tuition, books but not sub xxx
I 01! the curtailed sugar supply vlntence,
SERVICELet loi plain canning of fiults She XXX Q. \\hen a disabled veteran. baaCompleted
his training under Fubllr
discourages the making of Jel- Q. 10 It possible fur an ex:"sen Icemm Law II ran hit keep his hooks, sup-
suRtustx the use of honey and a to hjvp the type and nature of' plies and equipment*

Suggest: the use of honey and a hi. ill*,it.urge renewed andihsegrd A Yes Books supplies and equip
I combination of cine and coin meat are nlonsed to the veteran if C'r 's
A.. \t A board of live members he HucccsKfull complete hla periodof
Syrup in baking and jaicnlookeiy will review, the type nnd n ,lure of I training Vol l N.. sScurf UTHROOtfSjpH
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Throughout tile war years we. I queirloni. with self/, ,ditreiiea', stamped e.,el'.,e r. Te r.rtrentIC.4 111 1'I 1'Dlie
us take care of your electrical in America, have been deprived Friend. Pubae Belo/lens' /, O..r'"u'. Ol.abAltleIca./ ".f.,.... Isle 111

of very few necessities We have i- 22t H,_Im Side Steno: CMcoje I, l/linoli/ ,

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lately well housed The world Is

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Have' an expert in Will food-torn supply countries Little will clilldicn die from In El r 4 Day Service t

starvation unless we do something 0
about the cilticil situation /P*
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DONALD WRIGHTALL NOW.What calp, do? We can e o AM OIL&P'AO ff V| Much faster

produce more food use It wisely ET / '

WORK GUARANTEED less and fortunate.share with We those can who really are 0ii VsVICONOMICAl I' WALT/A/5 fiw- r wa75I1 9' oler

practice the Golden Rule ii Service
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- ? ,rffrrtlvett(" whtchnugnu, coal- Kiowa Scalp Yell Was Something New In Bull Fighting I Indian fOI''I'cI( | )I1h i \tII mb9n_' 11 tl"1 ( LI''IOjJ'''' This ;old the ('hiel..s 1 hulk in (ont'( of ih"Ir
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Ii forward until lip was acilllti ment of :he "Red Man's5f0ACR" 'tribesmen was ju.siiiied and how
In a i
I, ,11 llnatnled<' I To Spanish alongside the bull's Dank Then In leading the Indian
", J! Ming )paperill Corrida Fans St. he once provided fresh meat or
at Augustine in I
1'1" pOllnd 1875 hb knife !lashed' high in the 01Of the wllderneu of savatt- Tsen-T'alnte I I
prv by way of that school 1 1repoidfi Is .
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\ F"lls, The ------ ----- .--- _. nil and emus down In one pow-
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RV S'UT'rTSUOO: erful blow It II
ripped throughthe
bI11r111a" ( Northwestern lnhcrsi\| Army lieutenant I held one on the I Iliad prisoners iPRtilar diet was thr \\ihte man in the Southwest.Once bull's tough hide above the white man. But In the smoky USE
I of Flmlcla' and he s;a' ed loc4e\ : of the Klowas, where the 666
salt loin
pInk and beans and and
IhiraioReprinted his curildi] with' the sanction of they he had killed and scalped tearing through the led man' unwritten history Is
( from Floilda Huh-. were ravenous for fresh meatsuch I backbone severed the animal
government authority, Implied two \l'1111' to* wl hin a mile of recorded only in the tales of the') I COLD PREPARATIONS
ways i as they known when spinal cord with an agonlmd
II not e xpresslv stated It cameabout they were free men on thepraliles the Klowa agency in Oklahoma bellow, in bull diopppd! to bin old men, these! cackling ancients i LIQUID' xnii i Isal' vr NO' k
Try to hold a bullfight thus: Then still tell how the young soldier IDROIS < AlltlO, lJ'si ONI.v A' ,
he had the
anywhere of the West So they audacity to knees, then sunk to the ground 1 niRKTFK
At I .
close -
In the United States 11.day the war with -- -- -
were delighted when their young come Into the agency for a council on his belly
und the SrCA will ln\', you 1 I i i the Indian tilbcs of the. Southern white (chief told them about the and there. before Agent Law- As he lolled over, kicking convulsively I
in court In no time ut ill Bit Plains In 1874-75, LI Richn "
forthcoming bullfight rle 7 turn ,
RREAD especially a and Co) Benjamin Tspn-Talnt sptant-
theie waa n time whin "I 1''lIn'' n Heiuv Pratt of the Tenth since he promised to let them Qrlerson, commandant at Fort down from his mount. Like a CIPt'SYJ /

cavalry was put in chartfe of 70 have the meat of the slain bull Sill, to boast of his deed It wan movie Tartan he placed oneI I; Fe

I -- -- -j--- -l Kiowa Comanche Cheyenne: and for a barbecue if they'd put on I no wonder, then, that after the foot on the< fallen animal and in 1'\'S SA St2

NABISCO CRACKERS Aiupalio warriors' who were Imt a good chow As one man they mimndcr of the liostlles, WhiteHorse the next Instant the trliimphan { w# .

is mint u'v' prisoners to old Fort volunteered to become bullfighters i I had been one of the first screech of the Kiowa scolp-Mll( trs )

GRAHAMS Lb 18c Marion, near st AURUKtlneD But out of their number selected to occupy a casementcell t t111 stabbed the quiet Florida all ;
n'In"" Pnit\ stay there he Pratt selected two of his "matadors Foil Marlon, While It was .still echoing through .

.k' became" a i welcome visitor In the .". If he felt honored to be selected the narrow streets ol 81 Align, I It. /,
he me) 's eil some of the !
PARKER Crescent St Augitg.tnl One was a Cheyenne who had by\ Pratt to prove his skill as tine a gasp of horror arose from 42tfi -
JANE Pound "-
i!is 1'.1101'1'1'
descendants be:n the champion) tmffalo-hlay- In buffalo-slayer\ he gave noJRlgn thc speotatois For T on.Tallin f
i !the imini) Spanish settlers er of his tribe. The other was a i But fresh meat'' -- the had slashed a hole In the bull:' ( .

j== _U'] C CAKE E 340. 80c rod In liticntl| regaled\ his Kiowa, named White Horse Kiowa eyes gleamed as the side, scooped out one of the am ; t.v
Hostlush I
ulrs of hU life i Tsen.T'alnte i, Down in Texas, yonnp, ,hitc chief spoke those mol's kidneys, steaming hot -ind $ :
-- innnu: the Incllnnx and wild annuls i where 'fsE'n.T'alnt had made words and told him what he with blood streaming down his () (' j .

MILK ] 01 tin Western Plain, many U i mid, killing settlers and I I must do to earn It. chin and best, le1C1t1to eat it .
ORA'fED 80m> If I these va 'iis were ; cairying their women and children j Having selected his bull.right.pl'N. The Klowa warrior wann't lusi I : ll i itSCt

HOUSE 2 TALL 17c about) buffalo hunts he had seen away into ciptlvl, he was j Platt asked" the St AUKUS- being melodramatic,, Hev:::i: I Idmpy ; .

1ITE{ CANS oj i tin t piowessoi. Indian hun-: known "is a "bad hoinbie His I tinians to provide an arena for ] satisfying his hung i for' : }: :

-' _-" ei I'" who rode recklessly( Into the ,, trolly )pockmarked fare mlirored '- the coming( spectacle So they fresh meat But the gt AUKUtinlanx C" '! ''I

AN ,PRAY WHOLE Ready to Serve midst:; : "f a stampeding' held and ':' perfectly the savage natuie : shut off one of the pilnrlpalMM dldn know that. Heir< i1'tr < ;
killed 'FREEIF : C.cf 4 I
the huge animal with that had made him one of I ,(its of the old Spanish town i before their eyes an npponnt! .r .J

ANBERRY SAUCE 14 : 18c bolanti UMOW Pratt Spanish I the most I'uthlt'I t eH oilQUOTES" with barricades, behind which tamed wild man was ipvoninu "
ill ads '
J listened polltel, but | thn elected improvised grand- 'to the primitive Never 01'1101. '
they. werentiMbly I Impressed I stands' would they doubt Lleittenu ,a f fPl'aU's .. .j",
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TAN II a i certainly,, the led menuie When the big day arrived, i tales about the ferocity 0 _

\ (' exceedim.lv skillful with I OF THE WEEK I these stands, as well as the grill- of his Indians Down then' I in :

D BEANS 17" Q7eHORSE I the( bow they .I/I'l.'d., / And, no i, ed balconies overlooking the the steno was all the evidence I YOU BAKE AT HOME hnriV! Send for!

doubt II urns-al lemarltable feat ,I IIII "II. looked lIurprhfdTI'.lr '"- ; I slicet, were filled with excited they needed They xprnmbl 'd i' It.IM liniann wondorllllIll, n IRI' recipe
__ __ __n t i 'rnel in nll'OC'II.'I' through i ithe ,, (itl/eniv According to \traditions out of their ants und WI'lit t
i Pet, n ttp.inq/ Jfkd- 5tiaes\ book, 7U lusted !n"c"ipi's I"or> delirious bread
HORSE and MULE t bully IIf ,i tjiiKh old bullalo (11(1i'nr, ,I associated with the cor- away from theie I '
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Comi .
u 'i'JlII'Ri'I" I I A rolls, dl-.c.rt. J Easy lei ni,ike with Heinchmnnnsl -
bull But did tin young!! senor 'It ""I f;ni, 111"0'1/ / Its,/ rich the affair opened with With a film smile on hilt fix.". re',.Active. Yi ii-t for t the.delicious

ED 100 1 LBS $3.79H ,leans-11(11, ) ("ensidei I \ buffalo-hanting sstl! ," I.,'nliiiaif'That Ispeechis i ; by the lieutenant end Pratt watched( the hasty depiirt- I M flavor and fil)(' texture that menu perfect
II dangerous! sport whenlorens by local olflclals Then, with ore: 01 his erstwhllr palronirin' .
/ 20'' mount( d on a nimbi, '\. 111 finiaie of trumpets. a hu\e!\ Spaniard 1l'll'nds. Then Ivsignalled -". hiking nueee. S'ncl lor your Hlhl; iopyteieliv

sine looted Indian pony Ihatl '1111I mule it tosirr to I CI'lhl' wni i : pushed out into the | to Ih: Indians cnthded r- 1 / to FIt'i 1 I'hlll,1\II1's V'rIst., Hex 477,

IDY I Y FEED 1 100 0 $3,50SDURY ('oulcl! e aMIkeep out of tin' way I Iui keep nwflltf' Ar ') .....',rente arc nu Tae} hunt end was Jerk- aiound the arena WHli f Grind (entril An i('\. N;,, u V'"rl, J 17. N. Y; ;

LBS. the bih! (clumsy bison C/,,1'Jurllc./ But' '"i, p+ck ng 'I d I ,islie:. line! the bill! stepped I' 'Whoops of |ot4ley leaped) 'n err 1 - - --- ---

__ Now in Spnln, men I might'' out "m'C1.loott"lt rA"ir' I out blinking his eyes hi the | the barrier! A few o. 'the hauler ,+.

bulls that I were really danyeioui/ | ,1'\ht 1 i MI'iilii'10 At the smiiid. spectators lingering behind t7 : tT'7W.grrtifTr:7T1:71'1'TTT7nCA. :
'.: FLOUR lb.. $1 ,39; 10 Ibs, 63c '
2 .: wild l iclluws Unit \\1'i ..''Hk.: 01 nc spertanrs cheering and I 'aw the end of the only "orudally'sanctlol1l'd" ,;::4J..W..L: : "'L J..UJ
loi ill of their I "To Ilila what I fought/ and! got I I
; bulk. They, had dipping their hands, he stood; : bullfight ever i
PP-! BABY FOOD 08c i tune '11.l rp horn and nasty teinP 'wounded rur't"-E..I'rt. J>. C. !there' weaving slowly from Kiel 11" I held on the soil of the Unit I'd --WHAT-DO YCV UhUr LUY r;Try\ '' A.C C"-WILT rIN7
St)'''''Wto/'' ctnlat rliraii, a hoes ONe CC MYI
) "i 'h III it Mulnty they to! side' and shaking his head Slates 1 It was a swaim tit udklnn l- I "tT rnR TCA'''''''' A.515TrNTS 'I
) TOR OilA-Penn 2 gals $1.32 hill( nil' -killers''! And these (' i': r'si/iAm Yuck; ttptcktttitly / in('miriimly I [d savixis: slashing wit h -'ND L1K L w fnB __ I ".o"i ins.. I __"' '' L, I FlO STO tI
inn If 1'11IlIlu i\ Hi in I" Ina on foot, Alter mother fanfare, the their knives ul a rartan that had .. ) ,
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.III''!,. '",,01\ a i VJ.OK' und u cape two Indians trotted their horses, hiarcelstopiied qulvcilnu b(.- ..I l.7 ... '
i : TOAS'tcE'YOUt
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\ I FRUITS AND VEGETABLES AMI" I ,III l when you're talking The luvtirlo of (lie Government 1 which Pratt had obtained lion fore It was reduced lo little nWn'Thl' ,..,;-\ ,\ i ,. ,

,\ I i Ill: t FLORIDA 5.Lbs, "boll i '11"11 11 ouuiaite and dar I rom from I ho bread of I lite a local] livery stable, out Into the than: a heap of bones I .) .. -
F PLAT '" lily I pupil1,'- Congienmtu/ Joseph aieim Thu' re-upon) a gasp of voting licut:nant win ,. m. ) ( ,' -\
GRAPEFRUIT 29c I I t( :.' \
Martin (t.Van ), demanding 1
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'fir \'"III in'; American became : amazement lose! from the crowd ta'wd that bull-Ilght latt'i' became _:.; ,_
dun/ .
-'tJttKohs13c. "i Oil i mtINI by the Spaniards and some of the ladies hastily a general and founder of 1'-\\ I < ;. +I

...rh, WThFSAP"r5 | piti'','HI/HP manner By gad, covered their eyes with their a silinol! mad famous by the -_ --- I
I I"", a(I ,1 I 'r, "en: ,whethei' r his In1ur I'mantillas or fans For TSE'nI pious: oj i I Hip CiiHslp l Indic\ ,."'is

APPLES LB. 14c:I .; I h"d, ,wd" in not! And the Despiteery Ariel lean pioplenlill attack upon believe It, Talnte, reverting to the custom --- -- Sixty Smiles An Hour ServiceFROM

::0 10c FRESH EACH ," I Ior i their i, J neree bulls, let 'cmi In our .,Klein of free lerprUr," I of his buffalo-hunting ancestors, I Smokey Sbys.: J'

1111'i out' one of the brutes and -/:",', A" 'mi I' "/col, Piuli.. I had stripped himself to his g- I .....,
k'hn1' '. "PINEAPPLE 29c lu( d(l has ( his redskins kill it. [- MiliiR! !! and he was dressed /!f r C'MON CCCTd..e -

< 'l lheouldn' t use u gun, lance. J.l"n. only in that: and a long, nundciousloklnn '- 1 l J n CsT PHONE--ItND M[ TO QOICN.r A'7rl KENNY LEON and JACK

"I' IK! 1 h'd' !,lomtce hat the, ,'r butcher knife t '
UH t7c TENDER LOCAL GREEN ', oIlHI, (istilllans would pit! a'i ii ., brave. fur .oiir lawyers, But before the embarrassed 7r. : ''k.-,' .I TREE TANGLE FOOT 50c
:.. o
11.111)i tl1l!ilIN out of'his bullil:ht nnd Co'h"I": I "IM .' -/' / I I- lieutenant could make a more ::
'- ',""I I BEANS LB. 19C "rig ilu'\'cl I sit in Oinn id i 01 /In. t I i I '" '.. !/eel tj correct this bleach of ,'or- Keep Crawling Insects From Your TreesC

-, 01'', /,' i I. ilda etiquette, there was swill ;a C, C POWDER, 10%, DDT. 75c
Box 29c.! RED BLISS U, S, No. 1 5 I.bs, )
Ili I 'portiug i St AUKiistniui ,, .netion down in the arena No I I

h; 'T: POTATOES 29c I ]11'r I' ;inv time hi t lakwe]i -- --- sooner( had the Cheyenne ridden! I )T CARBOLA DDT. PAINT $1,00

'In hi, \n'' ninls propc,sition DIIIE1lMIIL into the place than lie launch! l I ANIMATE WEED KILLER $1,00
1 ,"n .i cat:li'-i ilser clown, in I into a flight of windy oratory for ;:;: h /

Pag nch FRESH LOCAL "" 1-xe; .itlaclcs they got n bull, I which lie was noted To the nccompanlment A Few Minutes Spent With Us Will Save You Much

S": : ..' ''II'("I b"th lot his size and his Air-Gun Painting of a chains ofmittuial r-- -
I 13c: TOMATOES. 15c ., -( .. ..A. NI. J I Money We Are Able To Help You With Your Bug
'" Iu ctispnsltion Just to make Spedili/ing: in wood, steel and I cries of How'! How!
imaiiT BiaaMa MaBiii 4I] e' )lie"'d I br in good fight lumiot, ukker lawn and beach furni from his admiring tribesmenclustered Ji 1i (! I Trouble.

Ilw\l l; k"pt) him In a small p. n lure. mound the arena, he ,' ) 1,1,
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MEATS "' .II I I""Ithey slnived him ;mil proclaImed his might"is a huntei : -'; ,
&P 1111'rI' FREE ESTIMATES :;;:':: r \III'" ,:... ."" WE TAKE ORDERS FOR RED SAND
QUALITY fln'i'< him HRtiliiK t ti 10Ill' and his plans foi the quick I "

melt) i I I I him e 1'1'11( meanei' niMST: nriisuiBox extinction! of this bullAs Do your part to EVERGLADES MUCK (NOT BLACK SAND)
P'1 i Pork Country Style I??? Stuart protect tip
Im'II"III": } i Pi ill WT> hurt he blandished his aims woods Put out small i Jil'-i a, If the
', ,,, blaze is too much f?'r ,I A CARLOAD OF WAYNE FEEDS JUST RECEIVEDSEE
SAGE 42c 'f'' t pruin" hl' amall'lIl 111I1.- aloft the turkey feathers and \"u notif\\

LARGE LINK LB. I I I11,; I l ..1'i th" !ti I'I I Tin Tn- I B snips of red flannel with which rr 01 _onIcr atcherd"nn__ f cost ranger US FOR PRICES
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t he had adorned himself began
}Ftshmi, d I Barrell!
to flutter In the breeze They I MEMBER

LL E PICKLE 2 13c I ,I might tile c lye of the bull WIh fOR INTENTS --"l. '>
FOR ,,l loud bellow, he charged toward I;;, '"
-_ "T SPIFoods I the Cheyenne, The Indian salon ALFAR MILKThe (, ; -

ler Cut Loin or RibSX I his horse. frozen with amazement Best :Money Can Bu/

K CHOPS 38C I buffalo to Hed act like never this known Then, as a BUYA- BONDS

uh the bull bore down upon them. .. .
his frightened horse whelcd and
ATANTHONY'S Alfar Creamery
node a dash loi safety across '

'he arena WEST P\IM: nL\H I
LB,34c I Close behind them the I
came 456 flamingo Dr, k'hoiw 717 KENNETH STIMMELL PHONE 76-J ,
i snorting bull, gaining at eveiylump I.
Above the excited jlppUig[:
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of the Indians lose the thrill\ -- "'9'IIi'1' mI ---- -
CHOICE LAMB "AA" GRADES THE STORE WHERE I screams of the ladles and the :

: __ veils of their cscoits In the tatter t- j ,

:s 39c t lieutenant Platt could detect( I

--- -- FoodsFRESH plainly derisive note becau.se j
-- - Quality
it was apparent that the thrlllJ J
CHOPS Lb. 46c:
ing' spectacle he I had promisedthen I
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was about to be an Ignom
N CHOPS LB. 59cCRISCO: VEGETABLES AND PRODUCE Inloiis ftiiluie Out J just in the j (

MAY BE PURCHASEDOUR nick of time Tsen-Talntc tin :
Kiowa, saved the: day. I
RY SOAP AIM IS TO PLEASE BY GIVING HONEST, His bare heels beadle A tattoo ; < J 1

rle Bars __ _____. 29cRe II SERVICE upon) the ribs of his noise the
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"" T !Is that Pecgy! )
. / THE THEODORE SWAGS i I..J.' .., 193/ Since' that tune' i Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I lf l'.7iiYEaA1RT1Wl g :mc, Our understanding planned ton ALSO
l ARE BACK IN FLORIDA t' : it-II hen during : Such installations arc ) SUanglel'" III I
TOO county \ :
; LATE TO CLASSIFYI STUARTand Ly, both city and madness ,
HOLDINGS 'I' cit until a year ( : !

i W I Hlhlllhlllllllllllll16111/lllllllndllndlllitll1111Dlllllll. / I What it Needs LYRICPROGRAM ulilt'to/ make selcsotiToutators tilts
Mr and Mix Tli 0 t3tt'u ulwt '' .ui .ill for the crec- : l .
Burlington Win ire si'tin'(.the: !. : hotel! motor court on Ity tic' : "

northern inteickU and )plu i I" .;,1 ,1.. ,' '1 He< of the Federal Among im -LOM) tiinid-! many vcais KtandiiiK was .......... alttll; ar ISSasn : FOR THIS WEEK hurt' the null]( <11:,< I '"
A tasfiilN.! ,poet, author. and artist! t, who Massed in bl,1"' '1:< :'
return to Martin county ,? c :s-. IlId,"' .inc mile north of Stunt in assay Uu oilier \\\II'\\ '
I Turn pa recently, after i a lingering illncMx He was a icmarkahlt w:;'" Oil I ))un'"I': WE
pand their business lieu' .is a : where tiny purcluund a 40'It' Saturday all"lllIlon i )Death, has |1"(1
of bifllu mind and talented hand.
: man nt With
BO permanent home Owner UKmi ... M!' .ci i rum Lee Blond about and ilwais: will b(' "ittliiK then The Lyric theatre will P"-''nlI -
his passing!, the world lost a great and good soul nt a time I
roadside :tic'" ,vi ?!is igo They own ocean unless! "(11)11>111:1: is clout: to ell- tonight L( u(' Y.SATlR:
bar tin th'
at lint ?i ully: vvhtn\ it can ill afford 1 such I loss, two big features
ii Jrohs i .property on the south end initiate the eluiM'' of that section I '* H'
r line which, U known in ,It. i 11.1 and GOODBYE 22-
01 J'"""I Pierce beach but state In a 1 simpletrm<>ii of iippM'eiation, UK Ktv, \\'aluiMi ol 0111 1)111115.\\'. which leads ,' Honor .ll'd' ( ,,4 II711r0
I Uonall advertised' .h.tm i i .iii' that :Mil, :t0I county will be home 'ualf, pastor of the First C onjrrttfHtion church of Tampa, soulli (Horn tin bridge: Fur the I' with Virginia Bruce and EM( Double F
A Swig at Swat tin. .11. "hI' fruu" i :,jw on. naul of Asa: (tumid)' : !pant llflien years Hit city has Ashley in uhlchthevfuiilihin" QiseR
constructing a luur.n.uUi i ho"t' tact..,u IK a disabled veteran oft4' I ben talking about\. this danger selves alone at last and h,11I / I Nahala
1'1 u' War I, having served "The world Hex in hum. "K.--, not because of the Idealist another\ accident they dreaded it1 I! ALSO ovorce
t evt'1'Y veni (
the hH'hl\.I' rt'
court on > >1 ,
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hilt lirtnuxi of culled :-: all talked "I i I x-
11 ally there jears Be wa with *: 110 Itl'ltli.tllellrly' that these occurs After inch accident the that much ''
The Florida stand i "i' .1 ,11111 i ; 1 1i Realists haw to off<'r i III (Covintr Stalintriad 1 Pearl llai- I natlon's clll"'"I "
tin 5th eihlMon 61st Infantry In : < same talk Is icvlvcd. only to be pose of the Gift"
I branch of a WIS"OI.1II, i 1)11'111'> bor Munich and Navaxuki bombs and battleships stealci! 11l'JJ1c' al)
1''rtuw, for 18 month where he : begotten to (he detriment of mal kE't. Husband
at Bhrllngton \I'h1'h they up1,1t-: i ird ".lac i. <,missioned: aj second and Kumar lll'" seem I'l'al-but Ideals me more the safety of (the people who wreckers the naked tiuth .lb'\I'' ',\' /Jni( .rJl" ; ; l \ R.

for 17 ycai.s 01'i 111):1) : Iii i I III .>; h I Ja 'JlW"nl I lr'\' General John J. Eternal than uirplain, and brotherhood will outlast/ battleships (travel the highway throughfcluait I'our (.hoiking 800.000 fooll> <'"-", .
P i r hint loi" gallantry In action : I divorcees, now on the pl'I\\'l' K"' nQ'a1' r aHADY
caused them to s(.t'k 1 F.nd.1: i sunSAILFISHINO I ., flr.J: ,
He' i olds two silver star for Art in Kurnal and beauty will never die Have you ever tuken stock of Francis and Bruce Cabot m) i"stars. /Ii'I'' .r. ,j .
-u. up: I\'JrUllS i: &E'r\'I ice, After vUitI1 that do not fa:' .
the safely measures 1
Am (Miid> captured beauty on the wing! We think : h dl>tr. ,
i.lain foreign countries and exist on on i' highway extending I Friday and Satul'da1.1J'f .
.. of his 'Si-ajruir canvas and ray he captured beauty but leal.11' I II drrtl'' I
,rcc I tit: in the union he em- from the bridge? First v.e have 22.23: Another double
the word i it to t tic,-lie did more than capture beauty, Ili-t: VICKS!
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AND RHIH IIs111\L I I ph'.ratr:; states that Florida Is lie released: FelloWMhip with it.-He co-optrnteel withit !10 speed limit sign Second, we I program! They'll take you ,
tiltWHITICAR' I In i ,'1 inrt' fur life in creative endeavorXVhenever nave no lain lines that are visible like they took the town .
FLEET -- Third, we have no sign ,' larceny was never so iwm:' .>" .:. : : '
1.i] Sit Lake, City, Utah Unt- we think of Asa ('alillidy i we think of that shows just what direction In "Shady Lady" in winh U.
1\ ",, "",,kd, I' i..." St'idem! Donald Wlli creative beautx Some people, give ministers a difficult N'o. 1 highway goes after you ,, Charles Coburn, Olnn>' Sim.' R.
,1'0\. \ -I I ,I :i ::.- i jJ'I i:> followed him to I!1 task on occasions like I these : but not our friend leave the bridge Some of the i and Robert Paige star with Ala ;
.,11' '. ":, e;awas found by south bound traffic becomes Cuitis and Martha O'DII"i' :
., \ ;.:: .,,h.," jJlI.e'MJr.s: asleep out- "A*K (aMKidv saw and fcllowshipped with beauty in confused and moves In and Featuie 2: "Phantom ii 'th'Plains" ,
h ., Xature In his painting of John Uurtough", he consciou Wild Bill Bl'"I', .
"I'I] A. 1M -di' : ,.cologv department around the Stuart Hotel : Mailing
E. I Iv". 01 perhaps more unconsciously| gave birth to the feel- I
t: IIIIOARB : tsnacy;: mi?zllnR a rare well- 'I There is a great need for 'as Red Ryder
mjf of jlIAN'DCLl!! that .-dominant in his
II I" .:..1'1 d'l]>historical bone from wan pr' own mind i-oinethlng that will eliminate Sunday and Monda JLuIII:' l lI
.' .... much-prized1 I and heart A man can never portray what he himself dote The ,lail CARTOO
:T r, ; PHONE. nersily's! this continuous danger. If the I 24-25: A must! gayest '
,,, II not feel and understand, the I't'llI'! > PAR'SERIAL] '
1I8.RI ( tin State Is lesponslblc. thin the dest picturlzatlon
I .--- ----- "Our friend ft How shipped with the l Internal in Man'! State should see that proper of the vioild greatest mi-l
,!I I' In an unique' manner he was one with the Eternal He lights. signs etc, arc erected I club: It's Betty Hutton In "StOI i k --

found God, not in cloistered: temples, but in the kind I II the city and county are responsible I Club" with Barry Fltzgciald nut! ..". --
I Highest Cash For Your CarWON'T 'I souls of common people He, in realty, walked<1 and talked thin they lihouldmakt' Don DeFore. ifffHE.":".> .. ...( NT
with the Loyal Soul of the Man of Galilee, lie belie'edthat an active effort to correctthis Tuesday and \Vedne di\\., ,'Cl '!;
TAKE: FIVE MINUTESWe man IM capable of heroic ampliation and l ideals and danger, The wreck that occured -i March 26-27-One of the \\ou. SO c.u\.tO.
I that he- Cot off on the wrung trail. when he yielded himI Satul'dllYI'as the faultof very best: Cecil' B DeMilK; s BHINOCtROS 1
can pay you the O P A limit for your car whichis I I elf to fear, jealousy, ill will and Huuldal wars ;Mi\ Cassidy no one persons Involved even r The Sign of the Ciois a MOM A MA55 OF'

as much at you can get anywhere and I I reallv believed and lived in his own finely expressed though one will bear the burnt of heroic faith, the modernized' \\5 MOT -' .
STAY WITHIN THE LAW phrase', One race, one tongue, one flag, one God !' of the blame Part of the blame production of the screen tit' it- _AN9 '
I can be and should be laid upon 'eat spectable) Fredric Match Some ",.c herd I ,'] \ i ,
"Oui' friend believed that we are lately what we allotting : Ellssa Landl Claudette Colboit h
SUNRISE MOTOR; CO. the Slate and county for ) till a1'1\
|dare I because of the accident of birth, He expressed him- .such a danger to exist Weneed and Chalks Laughton con pn,o but iini / I !
311.25 South Dixie I I si It with quite| M little sense of humor in his! though t-plo- more and better protection this super-cast proud,' of ollt i '
yoking book of \\'ho Knows'' I' DAY.MO
verse Next Thursday: Another two ... I
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Fort Pierce FU Telephone 190NICK'S I so us to eliminate I tills I traffic drug men in
Had Gentile' been a Hebrew born, hazard leatuie program: "Men In Her I I 24-
----- -- --- Had Jew H Gentile; been, There Is but onE measure to Diary"-a diary load of dreams!

Would not each firmly cline to )Faith take in regard to this dangerous :,, -and such dreams> '! Local theatre B
CANTEEN That each now thinks a tin? Intersection and that is the N'ec.I I goers will find special inter'eat

If accident of birth alone tion 01 a traffic light The need ., In this cast which include 'Our Aim I
'THE SPAGHETTI HOUSE'In i I Decide faith tine 01 not, U NOT for general discussion I|; Jon Hall, who had adopted at t- '
II I What Faith were true had they been born again but for action Elect this art as his home. He stars with .

Th Krueger: Building I A Turk 01 Hottentot'? light before some one la killed, I j
"H<. further proclaims his own abiding faith In another omeoiie' who could be you or -IN-
Featuring Special !It t ilian Sirdwiches To Take Home Verne: your child The need NOW Is :: .
I'. It( xalt the God! in Man to deed for action on this smatter not --- "I) INi HOME"'I"
OPEN I 1:30 J : : ,I. m. tu 1 30 p m That love alone Inspires' idM' chattel, which has been donein -';--- I Ii iD I S StClub'

The love / the past. If those responsible : A
of for fellowman
5:30: |" in I It 11:30: p, m, man
That kindles high the fire fir the sanity of \the city are not I

1 CI Uoi LV MONDAYS: Of Tolerance and KindllncM, qualified to work this thing out, i \\ t t 1 '
Our friend lived bv that faith He was a splendid get new men who will.CITIZE."S ) -
I rebel : TAKE NOTE: Thoaecldcnl
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Saturday points to the '
1.TL. -I :Somehow ui like: ii-conformixU. Hem was no ,need lot installation of radiophones ..--.---- ., J'" .. with

run-ot-thL'-mill mind He was original, lie wall an in- i loi contact with all lawenfurccatcut ..1, HrZGE:
dividualii't struggling within Socialistic; Soul atmospheie ofliceisIf 1.--.1. and
Ironically he wa' apt to despise: what he really' wag-a .1
our police cars had had
rugged individualist: Hi feared all ;-v DeFORCARTOON
povertyfor man-
IfQit- thut' phones, the officers would
kind : Yet he di-piMd tin tricks that make men rich ,
h. leu hand lot
on u quicker
\\hilc .t sit (I'a"ulv 'left this world pool in worldly !foods;. i fl
ffb H than t t.f] :\' wm( Ihcst radio "f1. I j
h" was extremely.. I vwalthv' III art ht<'rattire', "iliaiictiiIn > SAI! "
] :1'11"' '" ,u1'i II i 11I1 i:I 1t1 t\' gaud() thins "
JJ nd I i I" l Lrc" .11"\11'(1 i 'u'd" I they would )
I lit!I''''inn' of -1'\i II"1 1 :cO1l) -: et'ilieiIKtli .
= I I',. I"I '' \lint Resell, in a years. ( f \ NEWS

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SHf Tampa: 'iPNP ;1IIIIIl''.; tr"ini iI ; .
.i wmt down t )'jiid.i gent I ......
r fAlt. f r'iast Frtd \\' Bi r""I1. eaiidulati : )

,., )or Railroad Cein misMoncr III, BARGAIN! ; tiK .
iF Obi' Group 1, cxpussccl luin.sclf( _i, : ,s0''ca
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1'' mutt gratified with his ueption t \
,: and while he stated h; I : \ \ 4'l
Pt441i die lot: wish to appear too opimistic 300 Feet Fronting on the Water-and also some : 7' n' !, '

he fell conf.clem that Frontage on a Creek This property has a depth of '\" \

wnei. thE returns were in hr 900 feet to a hard-surfaced road, Most of it is cleared I tj 1\\ c. :
would be high this :1
ir.n "u area.
and it includes some palm trees, a few fruit ,
B"'wn. who is not a politICian I
trees and a large galvanized died with concrete I :
i II casing his campaign strictly I'JI i floor.
his qualifications to fill the,
t .
ob he seeks He has spent a'Heume / :,

t.I Get the Finest i transportation In the communicationsand field and Price $3,500EDWARD t' ,'!, NEW?!

: Job ; Know them from A to Z ]
Recapping, ; ------ I '

:'? Carol June Plumb of Portland ,, ( *
Can I
Money !
Buy Ore, squealed with delight j 2 3
1-.,.. a when she opened a rixe It \
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pound valentine from a friend MAPPRealtor 1 FE
on an Idaho farm The inscrip ill No-
tlon "You 1'r
Butter Be My Val- :
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entlne '
accompanied a heart,
gee made of butter LJ I HAU

The "*w
member of thi mornun. glory :2 Ply LUANA Aleuts ad
Te'sne family I I \ ( In

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I WHEN IN WEST PALM BEACH take ton. from:.: %ori| ',;|llfl'.; :,lu na Aul':, :1 tilt:hlf:: I do I:,, :":: I
,1 RECAPPINGColeman's aer. ron.onaher tI",
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