The Stuart news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00087096/00117
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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 28, 1946
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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System ID: UF00087096:00117
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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ll'ltI: M MBER 30 THE STUART NEWS STU\RT! Marlin County FI.ORID.TlIl'I D.n'. M\ltOI 18. I/lb.! PRH I : TEN CENTS
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OFFICIAL-- I Chamber of Commerce UNION SERVICE I ituiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiii l l i I I I I l l I 5 CONSTANTS; : ,

TATE NOTICE TO (',\SIIII).\TES Martin Land Sale Bidding ,

PLAINS NEW I I To Be Host To_ Conventions WILL BEHELD Candidate for the) who Democratic have qualified primary I-- Is Heaviest Ever Recorded NOW i IN) RACE FOP I !

election art required by

I President T. T. Ou/.htrsol1!/ : Florida cruIse law to file account at I 1 riae--;; ff I'l' "
expense rtshicli, allowed to
LAMS ON GOOD FRIDAY I Indicative: ol the sharp oi opr| they COUNTY BOARD
ATTLF Monday night appointed Luther
the' office of the clerk
I approved was a stigfccs county real i estate values! over the past revert to the 1 state, than ever

II Damron, VV V King and Bert tlon that the Chamber hold a between April 7 and 13 Evrn two year bidding at the land tfforc" Miss PiErce stated "and

Krucger as a committee to investigate special welcoming" meeting at though there is no filing fre sale conducted Monday bv' the new purchasers have ceased to ,
,'vi.or Jchn M, the possibllltv) of bringing Dr. D C. Ridout Distinguished Kubin Opposes Quinlivun;
ief f Supc tie: start of each season for charted for non rrnunrrative deput clerk Miss Dorothy stand back in lecognltlon of tht:
, Clarifies Points In I small conventions to this Max.tin county tourists Visiting Minister offices such as executive torn Crews and Evans Challenge
cott ,' Flcicc and Miss Tena Ounn was I :'>:m-r owners' rights
Answerto Requests area The publicity department displayed To Give Address m liter, campaign expense accounts Wall For County Job
I the heaviest In the history\ of the A total of about SO parcels

I Directors npptoved i inning a I : agricultural photos In a must be filed, according count I '*ere placed on the auction block
JUt I 11 rti in town, small ad In Yachting\ and other I The Martin County Ministerial to a rrrenl ruling by the attorney Last minute filing at rncli:
r krndbrandsa;:: (! national boating miui/inc offering I merles now being compiled for Alliance has announced a union general.d111111111IIIIIIl1111111lllllllllllllllllllllll. More than 100 eople: participated for bidders who represented a I I deadline lor candidates to q mol I '
sale of the state
: i full Inter- i 1 to i furnish free hints( of (lie county agricultural folder church service at the Methodist In the cross-section of the county The fy for the Democratic prim a i
,*CWatlo owned lands which I lasted nearly -
I \v state law, the Stuart-Fort Mui I I' \\itnwayf to b msoieel by Martin '' chinch for April 19. "Good FrlI i arcels included both lots and created two additional context: \ \
: two hours and netted an esti-
to : iion of the : those plannln! to t' i like that I County Advertising Board I day". Dr Denzll G. Ridout ol MRS R. B. McPHERSON mat:d Si SCO for the state More :acreage in all sections of the both being for posts on the boat

,' benefit, olUK --- Toronto, secretary of the MisMonary RUNNER-UP IN GOLF of county commissioners

.1 1;au" is the :CROUP IS ASKI INGI I FORT PIERCE j RADIO : and Malntalnance department FINALS AT FT, PIERCE owner are protest:i g sale of l -ountvKOMCSTI- ..--------- Otto Kubln Stun realtor ;11I. I I

ass. COMPANY STUDIO IS of the United Church ) -M) tMMPTION( member of the city park cum

I NEARLY COMPLETED I of Canada, will glv the address Mrs. R. B. McPherson ol Stu- RED CROSS FUND mission, filed In opposition t I.
.r t M'' This is the ast notice to '
\'r. J"111"' :CANDIDATES FOR Di and Mis Ridout are spend- art barely missed stealing the home ownra that unless they 0 D. Quinlivan, veteran c'(JJjJ i imissloner I
ou 'fI)(' Indian River Bioadcast-
final honors from St. Lucie for the Stuart dlsti
lew days ; ing the month of April as guests
.1 for tax exemption at the
. ur: : .' I write youto lug eempinv' studio on the Indian of the Rev and Mrs. W O Ald- county! In the Indian Hills! Colt TOTALS SI0,550 O apply who was without opposition tllJ

, Ana river .south of the New Fort club'] tournament at Fort Pierc Bounty tax assessors office Crews all'l'
o : til Frldaj Henry
.'ntec "mi,.t be In- i STAND 0J?i NETSOpen I ridge at the Methodist parsonage before April 1 1. the full tax
nd brand Pleiec hotel Is nearly completed, The doctor's duties keep nst Saturday. Charles R Evans chalk!!" '!

: to t bE col- I according to Douglas Silver, I I him traveling among the mission Failed with Mrs H. E Center :Mrs :Mai;; Sit, ckeGct:f i :Imported win be assessed Intangible taxes Board Chairman R. L. ,Die I '

:! c.n} I president. A full time staff of ,I stations of the Methodist. of tie host city the Stuart lady till tt' "k a total it SIIJ)60.31 and personal property with the Wall for the Palm City dl1.tl1t"post. "
Statement Published filed
'eo four Is preparing to present programs i Congregational and Presbyterian champ wound up In the ladles turned in ,o date l for< ttr' 1946 also must bE Wall defeated Crews In ::11
be Inspect- In Today's Issue assessor
,a : at an early date churches of the Dominion, He division fund riising drive for the American last election
,, as a runner-up losing declarations -
and brands of News Personal property !
art i Latest addition to the staff Is '' honored election the championship Red Cross which ends: March
lion fee was recently by tournament must be made with L B Local Interest center i 11.
rc: .nip difference i| The Martin Count'\ Citizens '' ,I, Tom Unison, jr, son of the to a Fellowship of the Royal by one point In a final scote of I 31 Eurit, city assessor these two races and two )pir 1 .

.rgf ; ',"\el\ from one Committee composed of civic I attorney general of Florida who I I Geographical society and was f,3. I Mrs. S. W Traylor campaign April t Is also deadline for viously announced races for III.

.UT, ,,,r r i I' or from and business interests m Martin I will be assistant manager Watson ''I sec: ntly reappointed as president Mis Lane Jennings Walton chairman and Miss Charkelford payment of city. or county Board of Public InstructIon. Th ,.

: County opposed to I heuse of was. formerly associated with of the (National Stewardship took first flight Ilnals honorsb executive secretary expressed appreciation taxes without penalty Include that of J, S Michaels ol>iIncumbent
r or just
,..d' I force trap nets IS publishing an I Silver In New! York where they i Council He also serves 0))n) d:fpatln!! Mrs Charles I, to all workers and ---.--. and A. A. Hendry I t".
t tI tI tI tI tI I''
\w I open statem' nt In today News collaborated on several major several International organiaatloni Snipei 5-3. contribute: for the cooperation COtNTDUNtO I..\M) the Jensen Beach school repi) '
must be
,, f' !rd t network radio and generosity which put the 1
asking the Incumbent representative programs. GO ON K\U; t SOON> ) I tentative, and O H. nol
net* nni:< s and each I. and senahtr and all candidates \\aUons experience also Includes I Dr. Ridout will preach at the annual drive ov;r the tap before Sound school trustee and 0 r,

r rt .?s stamped 1 for the urfioc; to state three years as a memberof Holy Week services in the Methodist 2,137 CASES OF the closing( date of the Clerk J. R. Fomeroy stated Hataway Indlantown Incumbent

h, ,n. vamp and i their positions on the force trap the> staff of Station WRUF In church here Next Sundayhe drive tint the final decree on the first who will vie for the dlsti i( I

ff... I I' makes no I I n.t issue! Oihipsvllle as head of the common will lecture at the church ------- county foreclosure suit will be .3 position.

:ere?. his, meat Is I[ "We feel that the public has I, ml and u rp/ writing I de- at 7:30: p I m. on "Afiica-th, BEANS PACKED ,, MRS GEORGE W. MEARSIS issued next Wdnesday, after Shortly after the lid w..
1 '1 aced\ on the I ; : : TAKEN BY DEATH which date lands belonging to
the right to knJohow the candidates putinenu I and I tnnouncer Country and the People". using:, clamped down on the pohtn"

11 j\ himself stand on this vital subject 100 beautifully colored slides Mr,.;. George W. Mears, 73 cited the count; will be available for pot for the proverbial pre-pI"

1 i r+> i cords( the I I selected from 2000 photograph SALERNO PLANTManager c"I!c' Mast of the counties In the tlon T. J. F. !\tt
said a spokesman for the, unexpect dl)' In early morning boll Kennedy "!
"nd the name I SENIOR CLASS TO their
a u state have already begun ,
taken during a journey of 30000 tin n
group, "and we hopr to be able : hours today at Martin County county cprcsentatlvc i on
;; .nl be recorded I ale., he said
I : :
', miles. ; Florida Democratic Exeeut'.
to publish In next Wl' k News Hospital Death was caused bya
) flf the live- statements from cash t< oj l them Mrs Ridout h a well-know i Reports New Labor heart attack. The procedure ol these sales committee for many years, s ned m s I

It !inspection PRESENT PLAY Canadian aiUst and plans t 10 will be practically the same as late to att'u'''
setting forth their view./! Savinff Machinery Is Great Born in Brookl;n, she i.s survived lands under too qualify. i
capture some of Stuart's beauty Aid To Increased Output salts I: for the state that he was informed the denline '
,11\ ./r ittlc fromwhether I The group Is (ippuseel t 10 the f I l bv a daughter, Margaret the Murphy act Asked regard-
spots on canvas to take back to was at midnight. A. II t
!. continued use of the force trap FRIDAY APR. 26Mrs I on :1 he staff of a New' Haven the to be sought by C
IIIL prices
fiends In Canada. The Salerno Packing plant, stand K north Stlmimll i I''"m and to other llshln sister Mrs
t. within then nets net ,, Conn hospital, by a the county. the clerk said that ,
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violations in the inside waters of blanch of the Sunrise Products W. S. Edwards of Brooklyn and Iced store operator, Is "
1 he district I| I the : tha the pric"
: aw specifies
Inc of Fort Pierce is again In candidate lor i "
". u possession l of Martin county, on grounds that by her husband si-1 1 not be )It w than 50 per cent
Carl Roth Directs 5 STATE SCHOOLS full swing for the spring crops. his first flier In local poll'"'
'm> nrrship, and the practices: are a detriment to I The Mears hal l>et'n'inter of he assessed value of the land! :
Three-Act i -- Mrs R. It Rollins i
toutlst business fish Comedy, Jack Thompson, superintendent again place i
the highway sport visitors: here for many seasons: the tax roll the
ne t the Florida State asliown on
Mother-m Law Blues" I Through who has supervised remodeling her name on the list as .'t a''
at should how ing, and I the general nod of the Music Teachers Association;J I and installation of labor saving I and own a home In St. Lucie last :;ear it was assessed! eomir4tuewomu.ii.

to omneielil fishing industry) it-, .I' : Estates: They were saddened In ;
st4 'O.wnership) '! The senior' c'aaffof! Stuart high I: music scholarships are being devices during a MX week shutdown John J Moore qualified foc'"'
,: \11' tt1ect0L. 1942 b word of death of their SI'LR8ECl'E I
: .pt I I > .\:\
and I son as a prisoner of the JApa- :MEN
""marks OF CVTTLE
( : 'NEW ,, the annual Senior play, "Mother- College, Stetson University, Jack- today that despite labor shol't.I on the sixth district, i I''o'
I ti> eate against \ FIRM OPENS in Law' Blues", This new, thiee- sonville College of Music University I I age and scarcity of produce the nese in th Philippines 'To BL:: HELD St'ND.IYThe gresslonal executive commit t '

r.a undo on :Kl\ romedy by Kenneth Creel Miami and Tampa plant has made excellent Mrs Mears was chairman of
I I I of progress I :second annual barbecue there being no candidate I"i" '

'II t 1111;\' are alike. Mil" be presented Friday night, University Walter CharmburyRollins this year. the annual Christmas Seal drivein to be staged b>' the Martin committeeman This posit,'

ii j :wuld not already collect sATHODE E SOUND April 26 at the high school audl- \ College, chairman of the ':, Extra long hours are now being 'I I ago Martin county until two years County Cattle Mens associationhas may be filled by appolntmen! i iJ'

I toiiuin scholarship committee, an- put in to make! up for lost time been set for 2 p. m. Sundayat the newly elected committee
( 'A ,.t Sun If the Funeral sen'ice will be held at
Mrs Carl Roth, lector, has nounced this weekEDITORS and! to conserve the! present bean Indlantown Members of the I The local executive commit
rat iirle: does not I : .a p- m. Mondav at Johns chapel
Clarence Hall and Ted announced the following cast: I I 'crop, 2.137 usa of beans having associations their families! and to function at home and sei tI '
a' '',,,w mg!! the fee with i the Rl'C A. Carrie!
Chambers Announce Honey Dillon ia lovely young FAVORSTATE been packed up to( last Satur- fri:nds are invited to this old I as a liaison with the other gi 011"?
o* inspector will : Presbyterian pastor, officiating
I Official Opening of bride', Verna Gamble; day night. fashioned, outdoor get-together ''Include.. a representative II"'..
in .' ..till! required the body will be cremated and .
I Electrical Business Woody Dillon i her adoring but Thompson is greatly encouraged each district. The following II
ecie, i the remains burr-'o beside her
doubled husbands', Walter the 'BFLLs (U' VT v1.1RY"A.1OEM1' cumbents filed for re-dertnu i
net.: ''envntofcat- i tlaionei' II Hall and Tod R DECISIONON over plant Improvementsand ,'lOt her in Brookli'nMERCHANTS *
Wells: i also the fact that the prod- : : .U\.\KI> INNER: .\If.t Lillle L. Frlpp Rio (II" I "
Iron 'lIrt' to another Ch.imbd--t announced olflclal -- --- --
teeny Angel ''a colored maid) Mike ''ucts of the plant are rated as i (1111Tn: ; tlllt(' 1: k. B. MrPherbon Stuart alt\
the u HI/ the same opening! of their new busl START
White, I H added "I have ti let 2; Mlxs Myrtle Dyer, 8"11111'" i )i '
1mun+ should be no ness at Hobi Sound to be knownas BARGE CANAL high grade : I Ii HALF HOLIDAYSStuart The Bells of Saint :Mary.
Mis Tibitha Squ b ijust a i Ito attribute much of our advancement district 3. and John J, MOIII"i
yeti ."I I t!ted but the The Hob Sound Electric and academy: award winner, will be ,
mother.ln-Iaw i, Virginia Bur- 'I and success!; to the Merchants Association Salerno district 4, Other eh -
o'er .n era certificate Refrigeration! Service. They are I I shown at the Lyric theatre Sunday -
:n th. .hat the cattle mporarllv located In the other gess; ,, Would Put Decision Up To :: coopeiatlon of our fine staff of I II me ting last nigh: at St. Lucie and Monday. April 21-22, i trlcts failed to present a e';I"I.d. i -

k : Francis Biddlc ''ol human Florida Insteadof workers and wish to public! Ho el approved beginning of the date The vacancies may \be .oJ'i
be/ im one of his I of Wilson Palm Gardens on the I Special matlne showings will
; broadcasting station' Mildred thank all who have aided us." I summer half-holiclavs next Wednesday point a by the elected coinn t
I CongressNewspaper ,
lure I o'clock each
'h I r old Dixie highway I I begin at 12 noon
Clouts; I i iI April 3. and adopted a teemen
"to ';* 'tit Ownership I The firm will do electrical contracting Harvey Mortimer ''a wealthy editors in this state i VETERANS GIVEN I resolution urging the city of oay with regular night pricesfor Total filing fees amounted ,t'.,

turns "+ tr this pur- and !general/ service and Interested in the proposed'I both afternoon and evening !249 J R. clerk .
nnnufacturen Walter Rein; are : CHANCE TO JOIN Muart to adopt daylight saving I Pomeroy, .t.1
Th '01 will Inspect repair work and ate stocking!/ I,, closest barge canal for north Florida as I will performances Blng Crosby and that the and I
Sylvia Arthur (Honeys ARMORED; FORCE time New officers br nom primary (gem ?
marK brands of the electrical! equipment in their dies girl friend i, Mickey Stiller; shown by their replies to a quest inated at the next meeting Ingrid Bergmann take the lead election will each cost about $hun

,1:le I.. .; them against I play looms as fast as orders can Lurky Mills (who thinks a lot I Ion nairI' sent recently by Edwin II The Scond: Armored DIvision. April 16 a* Stuart \\omans in an all-star cast.511tIONS Indicating the deficit to be i purt, i

15. / the certificate, be filled! by the manufactuicrs I A Menninger, President of the .
I of himself i, Bill! Smith; i first American division to arrive Club. by coi ntv
01 "11 i fee will not An official announcement appear .. PKOGRtM
Orson> Tuttle formerly( I the Florida Press AssociationThe in Berlin at the close of the -- :
char .ranting the Ccr- I elsewhere In this issue of engag'l A church school of missions I POMEROYBUYS
to the editors -
ed to Honey>, Alfred ; i first question war is now being brought up to SERVICE OFFICERTO JIM
rate series at 7:30: each evening -
rshlp to show the News I Rita Harvard (Ian airlinesteuaiclessi was: "Do you think that full strength at Camp Hood GET SCHOOLINGRoss program STUART RECAP FIRM
n have been in- I Both I Chambers and Hall arc I Sunday through Friday !
I Artie Rowell I whether the barge canal shall
I ; Texas A limited number of --'-
cto: nspector shoulde I well known In Mai tin county. I! Hester Cummings f who arrives I I be built should be decided In veterans, who served with the Witham. new Martin night will be held at the Baptist I J. R. 'Jim Pomeroj. Ji t I' \
I the fact that the Hall here a boy attended !- county Veteran Servjc Officer church. Missionaries from the
I : came as without an Invitation), Shirley Congress by several hundredmen Second or any other armored division I, day announced that he has I 1'111!

wan 'narged However, I the local school l and has made MctulleyMrs ; who have only a political ] during the war will be Is leaving Saturdav for 30 da>'s Philippines China, Belgian chased Stuart Recap Sir. .
he oa instruction at Pasa-A-Grille, after Congo, Chile and U S. mission
.11 t the
owner are I installation Anna Hare (ca young interest In it? Twelve editors I accepted for service with the and will move the plant from i J' .

ate different cattle widow I. Lucille Blanton, voted "yes" and several of them famous outfitS which he will open his of- fields will speak. The public Is present location at Wiley M CI'I..

met spectlon fee must 12 years In StuattChambers I that it had to be decided flee at the court house! here. Invited. ,
i -- -- explained i Co to his residence at 113 Hi I J-
charge t H. V Alvey, Foil Pierce,
collected as the moved to Stuart ICIt II) HtNSlNCHl because the
in Washington in
MANAGER patlokee Street the Dcssy;
I officer for this dis- NEW FOR '
tie ,. recruiting MARTIN ((I'STIIOSPIT.L
an moved from one fiom Cincinnati 15 years ago at (;ITS DISCHARGE> federal would have Addition also ;
government Pomeroy plans 11
:nw ., trict, has been authorized to accept STUART JEWEL SHOP i
'j thee Also, If the I which time he was owner and I Lloyd Hunslnger AM, 3-c, to put up the money Forty-five I handle a new stock of tires amid
tufts of Mr, and Mrs Alton men for direct enlistment Patients received at the Mar- I .
'M> great distance manager of the Riverside Garage, USVR son editors voted against deciding tubes When the "building Urn
'n' Hunslnger of Stuart, wasIdhcharged for this division, regardless of Gerald LaPointc! 01 Putnam tin County Hospital include I
eve nough within thee I now Wiley Garage. He has been the issue in Congress. Eleven of enlistment Certa.lnrecruiting Conn has arced here with his i i has broken he has plans for t "i I''
I a!" from the Personnel period Charles Flynn of Indlantown. I
i he fee Is to be assorlnt with two electric I editors abstained from voting. combination service station sort
.r provisions which may wife and will tak'er manage- Bert Brittingham, Jupiter Island
Center at
M a general rule ; firms In Stuart during the past
The questionnaire presented a apartment buildmg at the In-i
of Stuart Jewel April
ment Shop
Id! conflict! with this offer are being Mrs
w March 22. Joseph Freeman
harge the fee if I few Yf'at'S. second question: "Do you think I suspended to enable former 1st. They are resicln at the James Stewart. angle of the federal highway ,1)d I, I "1
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I a" being moved front7asturt ------ ---- -- --- -- the voters of Florida should be ., I I, Palm City Road.
Stuart News <<
veterans upaitmemTB
> armored force to join
; Patients received and discharged -
,1 one county to a allowed next November to Indi- 1
of Pest MosquitoesIs
Control up April 7,
""* II. -mother, except In : cate on their ballots whether Pierre Payette, Roscoe

instances where the More than 3200 decorations ASSOCIATIONTO Jo>'n r. Canal Point, Mrs H L 'THE WEATHER V I'r !
I pas- they want the barge canal
are HI, ,In the same com. Problem in 35 Counties buttt7" were won by members of the division Snyder, Charles lynn, Mrs. Has- "

"nit)' aw w the location of On June 12, 1945, the entire ;' son, Portsmouth Va., Mrs. Lil- -
Although It Is a legal impossibility
county lIne organization was listed for SHOW FILMS lian Fuge, Mrs Herbert Hooper, For the past week u.s reported 1
: to present this question
I closed are inn agency with those counties mass citation for the Croix de : Mrs Ronald Crass, Mrs Charles I by John Mann, U 3. ,
some Certificate mosquitoes
of the next
The control pest on the ballot general
Ownership the I Guerre, first foe:Ign divisionever Flynn and Mrs Jeanne Carter Weather Observer City Hall
to :
forms that are willing put up
your use is a problem In 35 Florida counties election: the Florida editors vot- I
d for be offered such honor The annual of the i Stuart,
to an meeting
the use of cattlemen In according to returns of a other half of the money for a ed 50 to 12 in favor of letting the I I J
Belgium. Martin County Tuberculosis and NOTICE Temperature Hcuelint,:
Two editors by
I COunty who control program.
request them questionnaire circulated among people of Florida decide Three 'I
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Health association will be held Maximum Minimum
Yours did not vote on this I details r Ji lime
I very truly, .150 Florida newspapers by Edwin editors failed to vote on this Complete reg t
John M Scott, I IA, Mennlngcr, President of the The editors also took a decided question opportunity for direct. assIgn- at the high school auditorium''', Belatedly it has been brought March 21 71 51

Chief Supervisor. Florida Press Association Theedlt.urs stand in favor of a federal ment to this division may bo I tomorrow at 8 p m. Election of to the attention of the Medical I March 22 7:1:) 5(3(

that In 25 counties appropriation to assist In pest ), RUSE ALLYN WORKING" obtained at the Army Recruiting officers will be held. Board of the Martin County March 23 81 55

pllll! : ) ORANGE JUICE reported Is not a problem mosquito control In areas adjacent ON STATE ADVERTISING Station. Fort Pierce. Mrs Grace M Ensign fieldseretary Hospital that in formulating the I March 24 80 57 '

II1RD CANDY the mosquito to government controlled Rube Allyn jr, fishing editorof I I for the Florida Tuberculosis Martin County Hospital Bulletin March 25 85 C3 I S f

voted 56 to tIn watelways in Florida. The editors the St. Petersburg Times, has I: AT BOARD MEET ( Association will be guest 1946 the name of Harry H. Hip- I March 26 87 65 F' : :.

"vnnrep Oreer chief chem- The publishers asking the State of voted 52 to 5 In favor of been commissioned by the StateAdvertising I speaker, and Mrs Lloyd C. Tra ,, son. DD.S was unintentionally! March 27 84 07 .01
of I
for Bruce'l Juices citrus favor work out a mosquito requesting Florida members of Commission to pre- H, B Kraft Martin county vis, secretary of the Martin omitted from the list of the I Rainfall In Inches! I
pro- Florida : of the Welfare Board is will give a reporton Hospital Board This notice will March 27 02 II I II
son of Tampa rePorts In which tho Congress to( seek such an ap- pare factual material for use in member county chapter

"*ten like hard Juice candy that can I I state money hall and act as the coord In atI I vote on this question, 'i i Life Magazine, I,I at West Palm Beach today. .I will be shown I, omission I Total for' Week 02 I r ''I'Ir


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till ) Foot SpecialistRoom WITH CASH SAYS .Ie: (is set 11.UKOIIN items and Aidubon, N J. (mil William J, Miami' .'- I: THEATRE '
/ ...pp "xmi itch 20 per rent will MiCabOM 2.c. U 8. N. weremarried Crews Mrs Ida M PlnneyKireove.ing
204 I residentof I !. but li: III'B
former Illness
I Dr paid In taxes March 19 at the orlde'shome Rleley tram her recent '
I Sunrise Theatre Bids, Then a fly makes :Ittamo5 CHAMBERFlorida C Palm City o* the old Rawer I about UN' mime,, PROGRAM
I STATE B way of Illustration It was" In Audubon. Mi and Mis while' able to be FOR
: /meat per" M'(ond many I her
--- pom:ed out that today one dollar : Palmer were former residents In place. where he gardened has not yet regained 'I
(! w .S loaned lor every six dollars I Palm City for three years In the years Is now living In Stuart strength. I t
t to Bank Deposits deposited. Theoretically, a 18201 and old friend extend to For many months he has bt't'nIII Calvin Mayo of( Orlando visit WEEKFRIDAYSATURDAY tt II
closer between loam their. best and spent some time In and their families t
WlBo $1,797,026,459 On relationship the bride and groom ed his sisters
! I! FREE MUSIC FREEBY 1 January 1 and deposit is usually found In II wishes for a happy future together hospital His friends will be glad Mr. and Mrs.. S. O Crews\ and ti 1d 1
that he Is Improving Cusses\ the MARCH 29:
an expanding economy A*short to learn Mr and Mrs Henry' io
Dcprsits in Fit i IdOl banks, National ages of materials and labor. ire I Wallace Bull and Oordon Tld- and able to net about the town past week blltI'M suddenly Large Double F i t
/ !. Stat and Industrial. to- overcome. this more favorable marsh left Saturday for their Ann \\hittle and Mra. Martha I called home. so remained tamed $1."97020450 as of Janu- relationship should appear instate northern home at Port Jefferson Whittle' of Salerno spent' Sunday short time. No I tCARTOON i
III! PAUL KERSEY ..11"I' 1 11916! :he research division L. I. after upending the winter recently at the home of Mr, '( Ben Robertson and family ,
r ol the Hoildn State Chamber of All told. Florida Is now In a heie Mr and Mrs Frank and Mis S E. Lane. were. recent visitors at the horn ,, HI
'ClIl1Im.laid. today in Its letter pniillloii financially than rntznk also of Port Jefferson/ Mis F T Maurer recently I ol Mr and Mrs, Ben Hodipp 11
I ANO IllS \H('kl\ business\ tevlew star. before. But It remains to me now occupying Mr. Bulls visited her niece Mrs Fred, Ben only reeent returned The I''vil'bJOuaht! out that the eronomlr sagacity of Its home Mr. Pnuak has obtained thlt. amount Is tl per cent of theUul eitlren how permanent this tome. Palm City loU and experts Miurei has been/ spending( the Mr. and Mrs. John; Kiede, ; oj NO'S f
MELODY Play Boys : income earned tiFlu'- situation will Ip", the review to build a winter. home winter with her parents, Mr South: Fork have had! ,1'> t then INrorfss .'II'
1 11.111.0 :in 1944 und that In add)- eoneluded and Mrs Oeoige L Rowley. i guest for the! past t"o \\,1'1, theRe
s 'tell1' > to this Mastering. sum ate hereMis, Naomi HORK of Bruns- Mr and Mrs John Krolder of'I' \' Ruth Sergeant Las 1 ''. pastor I
EVERY TUESDAY ,mil IMUKSDAY NITE >mptitil>lc assets of FIIII'telhll' GABLES PHONE FA'TRY wl 'k, Oa I Is visitIIIK hei daugh- LmcMlli/ Ifa left. this week of a Congregational !111t't1In \i f If I'
/ In Koveinment bonds In WJNS RECOGNITION tei and lamllj Mis Elizabeth lot their home after three' 1 Arkansas Cltv Kansas ri Ir I'a.
'I untie1 and in insurance --- -==, Mrs, Isaac 0. HupslciFeiinla 1 J of< r a.L
'A, (ompnrM with 1917 dep Coin! Gables: ,itfNgi Com I Furnace. neat State! ('oll 4 3

..'it Miiuim tod IN .shows. a :ill l munications Company of Coral : l< g..., Pa.. ailivedediisrii\ ,
]1"1'i ,.(lit (nerds' the revl.w Gable.* has won\ nation-wide rtt- ONE-DAY RADIO SERVICE March 27 to visit Mis-s: \oinilit: I I
,,n,11.111 tlII 1 ognltlou hut its ploneerliiK In Fulton and other Film Citx .
"w Hoikllan) i ', will eaw "If the. development and Dla nurac- mends A few year: .tun' M'ind I
t nun, Hi* lush; win! ,t time p'fchta 'lure of railroad and ether types Gardner Radio & Appliance' ; tire, Iiarpstcl: ,'I i II'l 1 :I.1:i herod ; I .'1
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Ci ,,0 I] 'n.l v('ivimh -mnlfieanc, ; tuII. of t IWJ-way telephone. equipment daughter ,pt'1: i -, a, .11'

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( IIIIIPI' I:asterr anti 12lh lyysr c
,,: this):i i"1.55)1) reset ran meac'ncu to furnish t owavequipment III I Mrs: Emma .1"11. d .11' !'
',' i 1'1 -._ ijuni.! tli road to Aubur.l for trains and sta- FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA ineiKls hue IK' "1\1 (I ", .. n1. f. i
.i 'n5. pmtOnly If KIM"uti tions ut the Jack ol1vl1ll' Terminal Illl' iftinii/ 1 1 1.f
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$9.95 Th<' ::11' n:bers "f :In Palm City Y a A
( \i ,SV\'lt'sI.JtI.'sT' : :: : ; i ..sn:5.r.s' I 'i a ml Thu 1 :ch Air makn 'I i )\'mo' SPILING MATING[ 4.
REG $1295 VALUESTARPAULINS ;;_ pn; naitluns; : to lie all-dty I: I' ll.OILhll\ "A\\ rIE"'TI : It
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t Uibiation on StindaApill 7.
r. tin \'<..Il'r.I.utin| : ('oiinltI \ : "I p| the 25th annl\"isan' of the I IS Newnam Building
of the. by Osccola nnd Flagler! Ayes Opp. FEC Depot Cis iDWNCAX
I .i n'''''IIW'' nu tandidict' itani/itlun .church i/L iV
$595RADIO far the F Ini i Ida Mouse of Itepre the Rev Lucy T. Ayres It Is I I Stuart, Florida .LA
!''lopiil that all Palm CltleM-
'ralilnusubject! tn thelrrn I .
11 x 10 feet ".nili. |u'nn.n'ici. In :\1.lY" d I'nu .nd also friends In Stuart ---- -- - y

l Iql| l If elected 1 10111 serve and:: surrounding:. I district will attend i J (stills r rlitsly hsxna INaa
von til. the hcsl of HIT uhllilvind all 01 part of the cervices.The !j :
1 I lespeitrulh askvu for .lepulai. Sunday mottling ] Highest Cash For Your Car Crow SENDERS\ I
tiinliiltnte. anil > TUBES \oui 'ui purl
I leil, that UK right tear* ut. .,is uMiul Several of the former'!' WON'T TAKE FIVE MINUTESWe frraldtnf,; fITZGER\1
past01s will be prevent
(liintlt business o\er the
ountt' has then" me knuullce ('0111'111 then be served by the I I1..adlt'A can pay you the O. P. A, limit for your car whichis Ella R.11\ \LIES -- -. \

Asst. ,," of. tin 11001.| and desire Aid of the church During I as much at you can get anywhere and SERIALCHAPTER
Large iif our people, of Marlin: the (afternoon greetings will.. : STAY WITHIN THE LAW
be siren b\ friends and a general I NO 13
( OIIIM and it will enable nit
'clal time \'.'111 be cnjo\ed I SUNRISE MOTOR CO.
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Large Stock of *. id leaves 8 a in: mall also Fort Pierce, Fla. Telephone 190

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NLW EVENING WHAT DOES IT UDOK PLACES \f\ LOOKS QUIET- I YOII can In1 jour own fiih unttt if you + bush are no different,

GOWN 9 Tl LIKE ? A BIT LIKE LUCILIC/ tlitk i mtli (lie payroll| stay usgo( .pllttt.Xn 'J'hl.'Y pile up just t a* fast.t 1'liev'ie just "FirstYankInto i

Irnstiiis to liik then! -tie, future as safe, for they're hacked bv (lie' I f''. i''i. I

: U! you want ran lie Miurs" 'J'he home yon (toxenimetit And tliey're just 1 HH.smart an JJA
Iiupe [to tiny, a (college' :uration (for the iii\e'ou'II have ifW! ] ) I, load O
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I a s a F I fir> 1'1 t ir'rlll'llt-\"on're son of them if you i II, \im're in the I'lIrJ'f,1J I'luii. butts this dtv8's

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,I KS"ii.i !"" i, left for Arms Ohio. They-spent mother Mrs Martha WhittleMr t r 'I\f1\ rr:..;
: the winter at Payette's Flshnhol and Mrs Donavan Smith ------ -- lI
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ERNO were Sunday dinner guests ol:
I Mr. and Mrs F. M Rugg who Mr and Mr P o Smith.

D. QCIGtET purchese.1 the Decker cottage Bobby Thompson, Coxswain 1 ,',
JSmm 1111I11111 l l t l /I II I 1.111111111. from Holdback left U. S. I
I,l l l l l,l l l l l l II l l II l l l Wednesdayfor Navy ol Philadelphia Is I
Merritt entertained their hom In Hebion Ohio spending a 30-day leave herewith ,i "
E.R Ii w I party gt her after spending the winter here. his mother, Mrs. Milton i I
with' a
) B.t CA night. Dames were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Owyer, who Stevens. Bobby has been in the AN OPEN STATEMENT'J\ :
R 'Friday Welner$ and buns Ice I spent the winter here in their Navy two years of which 17 :

and ,'akl' nre,' served to trailer, lEft for their home In months was spent In the Pacific I
people I Toms River, N. J. Saturday. J. N Roberts Boatswain, 2-c.
!''H0m. Demonstration Club I III' Dr. F. A Rush spent last weekend U. S. Navy who was recently 1
\y in Miami discharged Mrs. Joe Murphy and \
regular, horn noting Mon-I Mr. and Mrs Clem Mathers.II' Mrs. Oeorge Watson, all of )
?t 'h Joyce Reels and Mr. ana: Mrs. Clem Math- Homestead and Mrs. Helen Arn

are ::1 l Mlsa gpvr .1 sliP cover I er*, jrf.iid :MM. Earnest King old of Stuart, called on Mr. and TO THE LEGISLATORS CANDIDATES
f:1SS.Cl 'd dish were In West Palm Beach Satur- Mrs. C L. Andrews last week j jt
.tranon ,
ce AedVe toMISS day night on business.Mrs. Mrs John D. Stevenson and
Li.'a'Mis- I uelle Inscoe. I W. L. Merritt and Luclle daughter. Kathleen called on t
Mrs. Jack I Blanton entertained the Church Mrs. Jim Marr and Mrs John
j f Overt'[ (Dabonr i Youngblood of Hobe Sound Monday AND .
'/tJr: Mr- Tlllle Hultz. twin girls, Mis. Lissle Blanton PEOPLE OF MARTIN COUNTY
t iaiob, and Urs. W. and Mrs. Mary Shivers of Wild-
.,1 i ; wood, N. J. with a surprise I J. C. DeLoach left Sunday for I,
L.I Glrnnvllle Oa. to visit his sister
?? F n<'<'k.l'i of birthday party Thursday night. i
eniern.M.ti. with a March 21. at the home of Mrs. Mrs. Lula Howard who Is

r ..1'WI'\ '' home Menis Blanton. Games were platted:" very 111.
part Mr. and Mrs. L C. Moore of
Mr. Mary Birthday cake coffee and sand-
lalCh a'""nn glee t..a. .'- second prize. ; Oeorge Osborn, Mrs. Shelby Mc- Mr and Mrs. Eddie Cooley and What Are You To Do
,t,lOst.> W rr)( Mf Olaf I IJ Culley Mrs. Fled Pedersen Mrs. son, Eddie Jr, left last week for Going
'II" R \iortensen Mrs. O D. Quigley Mrs J, P. Wllbar Mr. Cooley's home in Danville
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r II r,,o MiEdward Mary Ann Shivers Shirley Me- Ill 1r
Mu Chas. and Jo Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Norris and
"It" York> Culiey Betty Blanton. ,
r' Salerno Shorl'sn MM. Earnest Church returned family of Indiantown visited j .4"
!1 :rr, ,, Andeisoii Rein home after four weeks with her Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Terry Sunday About
rI ('." l'l'ved by the parents Church's in sister Hamilton and brother-In-Oa. Mrs. INDIANTOWN-- -FARMS-- Seining

left law, J
are Ain M Korson Capt and Mrs. Joseph Graham
,1 at! 'ti< home in Erie, and sons accompanied her _
,(ftcl, 'uu'' .> ,-k-. here. theca homE for a short visit. I
That Intlantown's extensive
MI l net Mrs C. L. I I Mr. and Mrs. S. H Lane ot I
Palm City were the Sunday evening I development Is attracting widespread I
I .y anc11' Rl'Derrlngt'r i 1 dinner guests of Mrs Lane'sp attention is indicated by : This Message Is Personally Addressed ToN.
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paper which had this to say

t j aBSB-- about the new activity out in Ray Carroll, Kissimmee, our present State Senator ; Evans Crary, Stuart, our present Martin County
for you the"west end of Mal tin county:
full College Things are booming in the Representative and a Candidate for the State Senate ; Otis R. Parker, Jr., Fort Pierce, a Candidate for
little farming community of In I :
EXPENSES PAIDmen diantown In western Martin State Senator; and to Marvin H. Rowell and George Keith, Stuart, Candidates for Martin County ,
WITH County near Lake Okrl'chobl'e.according ,
to reports coming from Representative : f eWe ;
that place.

"'i' .!:imp..r..ant nl'\"r..r,.....11I)g It should warm the heart of
1441111 i Buck Carlton, guava expert to
IK mllt'r .. I |par
know that the Troupe Brothers
: ; eats rvnsefIJ.)): I ndcr the (;.1.Iitillof 1 1I .1m a firm of Miami contractors take thil public meant of bringing to the attention of each of you the most vital public issue in Martin County
k itigbls 1( .lr "lIl'nli.'i"lh.' have begun development on a today: what is going to be done to stop the seining abusec in these waters?
t I Xrm> In-fore Oitulxr I 6,
: tract of 17000 acres And they
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EE )1 ears.,apace your ilin.lurpp plan to plant some of the land At each of you must know, this community has spent and \t spending thousands of dollars annually to advertiseour
+ ? MIII' \11111" entitled lo. 18 In P guava grove Other lands on sport fishing and tourist attraction. Some 10,000 visitor annually spend more than $1,000,000 in this area because
I, months of.vollpjie:: 'trade or IIIIM', i the place will be used for citrus. they are brought here by our promise of good sport fishing
: urns ecluMil riliioatioii.i I 'luilioii"
i Bulldozers are already at the
+ e up' to $500! |lu r riliiur'' M liool work of clearing the land. This is the backbone and lifeblood of our economy. It supports the hotels, apartment houses, marine service

-- )ear will. IIP paid \n.l. .MHI Brillrereise In addition the Howard l plants, groceries, restaurants, clothing: stores, gift shops, dry cleaning, laundry filling stations, charter fleets and
+ gh5( niiiiitliK 1k lug al1 Fertilizer Company of Orlando serves at an inducement for the purchase of real estate, the building of new homes, and the growth of the area.
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is getting 1,400 acres in readinessfor 4
n.-.l. (.el! I the (jetal I
>.<>nriiiarcBt citrus growing. Ever since 1942, when a general breakdown of the fishing situation was accomplished by the if inert, who secured
K I tidier t. ><. \riu> !!<' rii (ing Inside the town itself the signs "legalization" of their equipment under the new title of force trap nets, the fishing has been getting worse Todaythe I

of growth are unmIstakable. A tourittt on whom to many of ut depend for our livelihood are saying to the people and the business men of
Comeau Building, West Palm Beach fertilizer plant is going up along Stuart "The seines have ruined your fishing We are going somewhere else next year-unless you clean up this J
,. with six new residences constructed situation." 1
of concrete blocks. I

Also the leading citizens are I And they should knowl! They caught plenty of fish and were satisfied when they fished our inside waters be
v making themselves felt In state I fore the war. Now they have given up. The seines: and the illegal use of nets have destroyed the fishing. '
i A and county affairs. They want'

y s the proposed Bee the Line East Highway Coasts I To those of you who now hold public office representing this county and district at Tallahassee we say: the
1 from Tampa present operations under the guise of the "force trap net ruling"are a farce. The Supreme Court has ruled that these
1 Mre A11.I. Y 5Inldon7l I to go through Indiantown and nets are illegal if their leads touch bottom. W.. have requested, and we still request that you gentlemen who hold
they are circulating a petition I these offices demand and secure enforcement by the State Conservation Department to end this abuse nownota
which will be
to pre-
year from now and not two years from now. I J t& f
.. I sented to the state road depart-
I The majority of the people of Martin County do not want seining in any form. They have demonstrated twice
'-'fJ] I referendum that The law prohibit teining. No law legalizing
,I SURPLUS GOODS SALES by they are opposed to seining. present new any
d\ ""Hurry I want you I BREAK ALL RECORDS form of seining will be tolerated. / fl+ zi

1 1 ) .;r I_} to tee the new Hotplate Jacksonville:
[ f A 14 ] I had delivered from Farwell regional director of the I now you will be eJected to represent the majority of Martin county a. already expressed emphatically. Will you
,_ > War Assets Corporation Jack- uphold that majority will in your actions? There is no question how the people of Martin County feel about it.
Io-i!, c': the Electric Service and sonville\ said that all previous The entire legalized commercial fishing industry, composed of hundreds of hardworking men and their families, il
::1 L<, '. _4, Repair Co." records have been broken In the opposed to this practice The boards of directors of Martin County Chamber of Commerce, Stuart Rotary Club, Stuart -
:1I a sales of Producers' and capital Kiwanis Club and Stuart Sailfish Club, representing the great majority of the business and tourist interests of

I ) surplus goods. Machine tools, Martin County, have gone on record with resolutions opposing this practice

steel and raw materials and supplies -
constitute about 80 per cent How do you stand on this issue? What are you prepared to do about it at present, and what will your positionbe
I of the total surplus being moved. on it if elected to represent this community and district in the 1947 Legislature?

" CONFERENCE SCHEDULED s We believe that the people of Martin County have the right to know your answers to those questions. We be
i lieve that they have the right to know them in advance o f the May 7 primaries.
Tampa (/Pi The Florida''

conference of social work will\ A registered personally addressed copy of this communication hat been tent to each of you, with the request that
) -I meet in Tampa June- to 12 for you reply in writing, to that in next week's issue we may state to the people your answer to these questions
Its first annual convention since

, > > 1944 Judge Paul R. Kickliter, Whatever replies we receive, will be published and given equal prominence to this ttatement. The public hat
first vice president, announced a right to know. e!
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Let music grace your home with a piano designed to meet your

i i'I Particular needs We have a fine stock to choose from. Grands, small the United States, the Will of the People Expressed at the Polls Is supposed to determine gov f

' and medium size upright, and spin net type MirrApiano which are ernment. Twice this County has' voted to outlaw seining, and still we are saddled with it. How long must

guaranteed like sew These pianos are popular name makes-Cable, we endure this flagrant violation of the public will. Tell your State Senator and County Representativeand ,,1 fl

! Culbransen, Steger, Hamilton, Schultz, Kimball, Wurlitzer, and many I
the Candidates for these offices how you feel about it. Tell them now before it is too late and ask
others which in excellent shape.
We alto have three player pianos are I

' New and used player rolls are available in our stock These pianos can them to make clear and explicit their stands on this subject. :
be purchased at prices to please the moat conservative purchaser. Termsif

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i i n ..ni,,dd|,| hi-. 1 Lla/ mile-- I 1.t"loin hum. and obviously ak and Ornamental Trees :
he tuni \u nil ,lh' lailuu .it ni\ 'own MI! dion' ot mbs Rut youth is:< "Shade VENETIA "

till J i ,\ "ildl'l'llIllhilllC, ( ] find after a gaud' 1 dlt\: and! night of rest j
I -- I I"i I i perhaps> life \\'awoith IIMIIK alter, all and I would For South Florida And Cuba"By
I I' .bh"-tlnl ("I'Y l Thuisclnv, at i'tI"' Duck' and try again, Surely I teas. beginning, / by thin =| BLINDS 5'LI
Slum I. :M.nlin\ totally Florida mile, to get the idea My bo.- had never said an unkind
l\ Stuart Duly News, Inc. it void about what I had written : he had, not criticized it DAVID STURROCK & EDWIN A. MENNINGER i

, W Honda i pdi.ition( t ill HIM way. If he" would only ht'xc1 made xome crack about a : HOME FURNISHINGS Ii''
, to Ent.-it'd Its Nci-und-tlaw mull ii. I could have argued with him or something !but he just '

WI mat I'r I! ut the port", olTll'at ,:nltl! nothing(', nothing at all. \\Ac.\nDI.\J-\J-(; : : t
Stuart, Florida under the Acts ; My eighth day on the job wall exactly! like all the others 'the McMillan Furniture Co.
wimllimkin,, *"a' d'
of March 8, 1379.i P.nl, bom., ; The ninth tenth, elevi-nth, twelfth, thh.tcen.h- Ilie. Ctsiirxv: family'' (1Anavadiar'er'/ < >. 'J Ihark. I'v
A FREE PRESS '! nil: I litid.' terribly bad. I hit the wa (U-buikel kerflop every j SI-MAC f..miK.e".iUi.is' tl'l''S +ami ,Ir., ..",. moMlx, with ioiiKMis 1'111,1.1",' "f 1 ,, AVE. FORT PIERCE "
nielli./ 1 WPS desperate. It was HM if I were moving in a I the ItMxri Ix'lnff cilhc-r 01 minjmiiiKl. KI'' 610
BoIIII and "tuan J'"INow./ W'O 0 eurerrmr'III b id ch cam. I couldn't talk, or ...sleep or eat. 1 was beside, | about O(1) i-t-m-M, with. ortnw.\ JIM) truck*. mostly of OKInpH- .I' PHONE 699
,,' nuhll.nrl 5tuuI' "Tim 5....a Stt.1.'".'"i..1ro.AII, .n'r'yaer 10. I mvM-lf with discouragement, fear, frustration and the ....h-tropll'*. 1'1,0, nWt-n of'111".1 of Hie. tn-w I" lM I family'' IIn' 'I''"" I i

Y A FREE PEOPLE IRIS" 'and! Is, ',1)i, M. ;.rSI.u"I, :na: ,i I miser) of falJul'p1):\ ability as u writer had turned to liii-onspliuoi.s.' Illn>ngb; In a few insl.iiK--n like Ihe11111111 lhM IIn'l -
5 J "hl.5 Marsh. TI 2 'I'i I i"' 'h' ..tsrt' Salt .,rwwx n (.MilVhcn jroing-liome time came thpt night. I told my brunt In pent ninfiisiiHi.Manx I'i

I I Ir ....lItI"5,111,( ,I. ".Ie', ,f"..',,.,.r. rut'. I"2.It's., ,. 'I'" .1e wrs,theh'I'WIN lio, thi-t 1 did not feel 1 was eimiing my money and thai mi mix'1'1 ..I linn l.nnilx' .IK- ..I itiiiiiimKImpmlHiiiv' ,, .inniirr'ilK'>
.., I nsc.1 in nic-cliihie: mid in tnr5idwuSlums' xhkl
1I..h " "''' )1t'I'hapl'd> just better quit. yield gum roslm ,
--.--- --__-___- __ _h. __ __ "() no." he smiled, just keep nn trying. You're doing Pith) (inpoil.int. ediMc, limls.! xxliilc, OH- IC'II\\'N of Mime,, 1If(' IIM'II III' Lunging'' Just ReceivedNEW .
M\\liil'; II ,' l Nunre" scud like I'OISON lit and POIKON OAK emit, ,lin |HHt.lli.il \
,.xxesr !r. t von, Ih:?:.;: ;:. Maxs:: : : r I all right spiili- t
It Whit my turn lo be flabbergasted again. I-:te'ry ale lilnMv, inhaling l It i lie skin.. t .nikii'K( Misters (1' ntlI.CIIJJt"1 :

i SUBSCRIPTION RATIiiMKMUIU ; Ihl,1 I had written to oitrn my $5 H lily had hit the WIIIII- riilnil) Aim-ik.i. is .1, gnruh." '' i
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I'1. 11x'' 'n ( 1 r1) I .. t \\ \ KM.EIAl: I i '' SHIPMENT OFQUALITY
i dikri: wiihoul a quiver| but my Ixn.said, 1 wits doing\ I sriiii-dctidiiou h"'I'I ith ,II lilt Hunk IIIH! linn, slits'! I
: : ':' : : : :' : ": : ; : :" :\ ::; :-: ,':: '::: : the ".ill right" I couldn't understand it. (lnnij.-gniv.hi( |! l.itn.il, -I !* *'ill'IV' IK'| ""'t-' 1e'.1'"'" L
; l ,, ,, ,IIn : J"I"i.I\--? : ., : ,;'.hI,, ; ; + i l 1 slept thnujrh another \\eik-md really got a little 'p'.'.,itt Iy l i.iiiclics'. 'I In.' 1'10.iluid: IOHM-S anHl)"" 11)1.1x'5. I'K-& "ff ",'"' i 1
.,... back refreshed to start t th third week ( mill' tindps. WATCHES
I '
Wlnt 1l
: :: ')!' TIIC .\"SO( 1\11.0 PRESS .1. L'utl I blithe Pod l broadlv\( rounder, tmumlthe tip dept.!. grlsru({i ads' l
I and
_.. the hne'! wall still path. wrote
( was across my "H- li'l-'W ,,
Hoik Nil :
;Iran: Wrote' as I had: ( never written 1d'III'C'I I tried to find I lisle k. pale nmKciii Till, Is a vip.rom(; HitIn. dry 7
I is Miinculi.il Mistrplil'li-!. \\'t(1ll, stulilliiKCAIIIJI ,
N .111111'1 din 1'1'1 nt ways of "saying/ llu-' Mimething.. I imalyzedi 7t
YE EDITOR'S EASY CHAIR i t'J!t I wa black in the face. But the 15th Kith( 17th. 18th I \:\.\ I'M' 1 CCjC.IIC\TALK.) :: UK- CulI.Ifl'lllll: 0'111,1: '!

I drys; weniu. >'t l the same. My heart my whole being, was Aira-ik-a. is", a 'pl'llwl, dec'Iduous, In'l'I "h Mill i-rooUil!. bruum'tll'A l |. .""IMilf
Go. KM: ,i\ VMIIIIJ''' man cntt, ring! on a 11".i"I),, goes/ through! .t! 1-nnlied: pulp)! in the bottom of my line's. wlI"teba'kel.! : ximiig/ sliiKils, winch, curry tin- uilln-r farm folluRf. The IIMH" C. & E. Walker Jewck
a prob.aniii.ir\' ptt' nod in which he triis to understand Then came that wonderful 10th tiny. I wrote the anoiiliir.. fiom 1-8 imlicn niirniimiillv. xt-lned nml,' mm-li l hn..III"1> f L

sill' then/ producevhnt is expected) of him. He has had -lImmlll' with a typewriter' dipped in the dregs! of my Iout. I ti.tt.nds' <1 the till slid \( '11I11t'1( imfllnm p.vn( This, MX-ch-s' is Millible ', I Orceola Avenue ,
iicccsses' elsewhere, he hat: trained and: schooled for the ,,, I was so di.-couraged I could sit on a sheet of paper Ion' dry Mills but Mliloin< allains tile I.'A'. In Florida wbi-ic UKnmlli l
I 111"IIh"lId l of him he enters tN ai. //11' brimming with ,:nd dangle my legs over the wdi1 1 was. that low. But I in mine Oiuib-liki-, t
.ll'. i'' ,n! .,ili" ;nee. optimism. (and and/ i'0\>c runs. h"lId1./ .. IK n my summary hit the bOil,,'-* desk lie took a second I ;; I --. -- .
h nit". \. ;.ul, t hat does net yield. Thal wall is the obstacle 'nok at it ( first time he had ever done that ) and mut-I .\SlTiOllMLAVSC.. iH'in SoiUh America., I In .. }hull, U al'. ---- I

a. I id I i ,\ <'i\iinn' on t the road to sticcesand\ what t the >'odiigmai eml : "This isn't. to bad." IK1 edited the daylights out of : wit"! lonn klcndii. svxit-nlng! brantlirs nml mum' li"H l.iU-r.il Iw .'iS"| |
here and 1.tht'I'1111 it, and when the II lus allr.ulix.( mil I1m\l'lI l bark Tlx- light foliage l I. iKWlhdiistiicil
I. I'I'' HS t in dimhn'I', dig under, brei'khrough: or uari.it my ('npTnli' oxer ; .m I
? ''ro.\ I n, \\ all Is. the measure of him-hU 1l101l1t. his 1'-, l piece came out in the /paper 1 could not' recognize my own I on, tinMMIIUJ p Mlh. TI..- p.ate lc-wxf are fI-/j/ ImlK' IIIIIIt\ ', NOrrICETO
'101 t'. I ''lilll"- his murage, his unwillingness/ to be beuen.: Mid.. But 1 had seen the heet< fit't paper) go, through the II itl- .1. x.-rx sl.-n.U-i. leu) stalk eta rving 7-9 K-alletii. Th le.ilM ,,n' t
lie ,'al1 t' //1"al i by trying to run around the end of the "''1111, -mil l nnd f klll'IIt was mine I 1I'll.. thrilled. There wasIKW I IUIIMIXX., I l-l'i' jut, bts' long with sl".i lt-r l.ipi-iiiiK til" imxlium gutn" '
seeks',,,>: 10 amid mtt'tillll'l'I"Hlitll'" ., lace to face, but not jl'](\\' in my heart that 1 had long since tlt'cilled1111'' .\ h.udx' do that lie 'Ii it is the lead. I lould almost have cried for happiness. I had'token
ttl nlltltj/ I'd' es a game/ greatestand i is j slllfnHiilirancli ALL OUR CUSTOMER
tin a i 1
: tom
EDl'LE. I'liilipplm-s.
I I, |)\CO\1:
guilt/ < 'It' all there is u sportsmanship! involved thatindt'iMands ) through the wall hramhlil 'n>i'
ln.nuhfk and *
"'vti! .' 1\, ) and honors, The next day my summary tutu i. accepted) lIA'aln.'llh : | <-d live \xitli. stout Iwitlli aniliisl.uil. tla'u'mdt,, III| llii ,

t'I'" .1.'I" : he moment his. head !butts! against that wall I ewer chaIlJl'('". The next day, and the next, until with '', piiitiate. sluKils.Uaxek 12-18,, iiulii-.ilKint long, 2"5 thin, tough IIIMI, numw lialldinilies ,'I'<' i
i the \ .ng man thought he had )hud wide! experience But ui two weeks my copy was going over the desk w without: ,dung 'Iht-x t'u"'Y scmi-doi-ldnoin Irci Inn I
'he dotting of f crossing ot'It t. Two later I j long:, light!. gue's 1: An mil-listing:
he' ,iddtnly rerlix.es;( that his high .school ot college, or an or years I wlnils. i I
a.the: head of that department of the Xl'YOI'k Tribune, pl.nitini.1 in a, Imatimi hlidluc-d. \ Irom I'unlt 'I REGULAR SUMMER WEDS
am:.\ .achitvement were just practice heats. They were not WE WILL BEGIN
like the real game of lilt at ill! He butts his head against. I run it fob several rears and could have xtnyed as long asI ''' IIHI'EPIILLl'C.FFHl'I.) I lie ))11"1'111; PInl bum Sontli 1 CLOSING NEXT WEDNESD
thai wall on the road tn siuU'sand' the hopeof: all) hi,' I lit ed if the Florida: fever had let me; alone. That's another Mm.i. is mi mxn. spiemlv 1 : Inixxitli. Img still. l>1'1111 lchiamlwi.. old ;, DAY AFTERNCON

future life flash) before him. He clenches list grip on him story. i I 'tiihhx side liLiniliinp' mid, twigs HIP ( .ll-p it pinnate leaxm ,11',' ,I, APRIL 3.Rowell.
elt rod thinks. : "I must !" Deep down in every human i But I hive told this one in such detail in the hope that ilustoiiil nc-ar, the lips of (lie xoimg shimt' .il c-iirrx' tmimroiw sharp i,Ix'kdcI ,
"being lies that categorical imperative : "I 1 must !" Sometime the voting man I am thinking about today will be just ,, '\ Icullels :2'i-J' mi lies long" 11.11":1'I'I'n\: Ills), ,li a pktinvswliiudx '''
the discouragement comes in ripples, ,sometime in i 41 little interested in knowing what happened when some tree xx Itli ils-roiigli' gn'-blue" m' liiuk and open foliage.! kiiiUibk> .: -+
Out if the deurmination iiody else'head ,struck the wall. Discouragement) ::
waves, sometimes as a tempest.) 1 for ili-x\ soils !'
I have Know all It had to offer of heartache and despair
to succeed is firm enough, that "I must" brings result I i'
1 often wish/ I could si; down with each young man ( 'onr ge-yes' I haxe seen its flame flicker! very low I L\\MA: : CIttXDIS,1(1,1(1:- India., 110..1 lapld-unm-ing, noltxxoiKlnlInt
I I". < tackling a new tub and talk to him about :the !bumps Humility-yes, I had to learn about I i': the hard way \\'IIIt largo! Icinlci! 5-7 pail piiin.iUIC.IMS. sal thin uli.U! I.(1ullh \ Furniture Co

on the roi-d of III','. He would pay me no attention at all To those young men who are struggling today, confronted ''! Ini-hcs, ,, In gcncial, p-oulli. uid '| I Irt-e MiintnlnlKM \
il Ii 1, :s head had not .vet bnnhed into the' wall. If 1 could \ by that I wall let me say this I :: there! will be u IDth itll. AliiiMii/ tulip! (\/1ltl(5lt'r, / os.utpluaalUlH t IhIlt dm-s not, r
tat h him < n the first: bounce I think I perhaps. he might! lay fur >ou too Keep: up) your heart. haxo. i-oiispitiions' ( '" oiiiamciil.il llcmc-is" ., Tin- |),inkl<- nl small in.inix' ,,, KrucgerANNOUNCING ClcJl;. >
listen"" lust a little. But there ureu many :things! to do which K.A.M.:: flourrs aniiirniil on the older (wigs 'I 11... tree i is d''I'IIIIIIHIId'! ,,

seem m< ro important than helping, the' other fl'II IIW. I do I icijuncil,) a linaliiin h"dlt'l't'd i horn slicing, umda II II i (
Often\ enough. Today I taking hour off tn FISHERMEN CONSERVATIONISTS i
in-<: slop am an
I M\\.llKltV; 1M 1)IV.; (II"I "I.CI( IIOIM Asia. 1II i hill urnl..II.I-, j
write this. column -in-cmlly for a young man who has nist I The fact that the ,great majority| of (he commercial shaped,) 11"1'l11h stout (iiink' anil,, slid liranilim lamiiig' immx l.ilrr.il'
\hit the tt uil, and perhaps if il proves inUu'-tnig enough .fNhinir. industry itself wants to see. law enforcement and :
I tlssu5 and TI lie- ,
| l tulgs. I dcnsiloliagc/ : is c.ink-d tin U>lli IM-) fhsl ,11I11|
loi him to read It will help him. And 1"'I'hlll'.lIml'> othi" r.voting :
| "und and sane cloft'd ,seasons in the industry was pointed- I
I : ,1 Hiiinilarxgioxxllis.,,, ( The. IIMXI s nc" 'narioxxlx'' III .tl '1-8 iiuhi-s Iniiiji: I \
fellow will lead\ It ton, and snatch! a little morecourage. ly 1 brought out at a recent meeting! of the,Ciulf Coast Fishermen's -
1 ;
vii. shinier l.ipi-ring lip smiNith., glassy d.nk gucii. UK- !lush. ol\
First I to tell
want a .ory on myself.A Union. ( A + ,
!Icuxri I Is sinking as tlicv li.ingc llirongli xxfmtiiliini, In. t'
voting( xciy {
long time ago 1 got H job on the staff of i> big presenting approximately 6,000 commercial fishermen it l lEEE111d
1dulity. A 1.11, cly tree bur |I
gt-nunil planting
evi'iguin !:
metropolitan; dally newspaper' where there were 600 employees in all parts of Florida-Including a strong membership -
and It was every man for himself Of course I did at Salerno in :Martin 'ount-the union meeting at I'LCIOCVMUM: 1 SOLVNDKI. UK- BuiDtMS' : I'IDI Irom AiiklriilmK ; SUPPLY EEE111d EEE111dfl
not realize" what little J pipsqueak! I Il'a... in nth fast company St. )Petersburg named( H .state executive board to work, for I i' till, \ flll'"I-:1'1I1I!: ,lug, m'' III'h .IIIl'I.1I. toe will, an njx-n Ix-ud until
because I we* flush with' the confidence of youth ,Ie united front for the whole industry in support) of better ktoul. tliiik-huikt-il. ( ( tvxigs. '1 Ilii- 7. -tblxlrl| pinnate. li.ixcs ,w' i.mk-d nn
Hadn't 1 In ('ollelIh'JtI't't'I and t two years of posl-gradtwltit fish i conservation laxvy. the, Minng taiga l : tin-. oxd leillcls IK-IIHJ I IJ.-2: inihi-s boa MM, in.liiir'lue STOREFor flU

IIlnlnll' lit the flne-t t lournallsm school in America? Hadn't : The union, according/: to Associated' Press reports, I is xi-iy' allr.iilixe, nllin mute than .,5(1() loci 1,111.lIh. .1, "ininul( 1 edited a high .school paper and two college papers] passed. resolutions ; top tit !general: loloiing' \ U-mg,): d.nk I urien. I'hc Inv iisponils' well|
1'I llrdn't I been writing for just years and years'.1: Yes. 1-Asking: the Slate to 111'It\ statewide closed! season; to )pinning.I (,\ I Is ht'III.ddclll", "'. mid s.itlsrlloi\( \ nn ilix soilsIIIOIMSI i! The Amateur/ and Profession!
suppose I had 1 on mullet from sec 10 to Jan. 20 to jrht- the fish a chance I l
Cut to get back In the job.)" ;Sty salary was i week. It wait 1U7! 1111(1( the war in Ktiropc: was a' full tilt. ''on this, and this year they were set aside by injunction XMlh! .1, sliint/ stout tiunk .and long, \ still \l'tlll,11 hriinilies lli.il, spiu.d *>
A desk war assigned to me and mv boss. brought me! a | ( with the apparent blessing of the Conservation! Depart- fli?htli, '" .it 1 the 1 top 'I I Hishoit I still) l.ili-i.d, bruutbiugs, i.nn (he 'InluJron
dozen large scale maps of Europe and a pile. of Plows dispatcher I ment.) eke" young' : hlllll''''. 'I//111' slllf pinnule Ie.."* +111'1' (i.( lnili-s, lougxxilh 1.SPails

I that had come over tho wit es, di':-<,'I'jI.inl'hat! had I 2-A longer closed! 1 season on crn\\fi. 1'1'11111llIl'ch: ol ,"\,11"1111",2.:1 tithes 'long;, Balk gin-n: .({Jf"'l.. \ d.uilvtici The Sea Chesl
happened thai day on the batt-fields, Th'I'I'' wi-rc' t thousands :-- I I to August! 1 I. instead( If, Si' arch 21 to July 21. I Im, )genual: pi.luting.lllll'S .
and thousands' of \xnrelc of news' enough' to make a I :'.Prohibit gigging! or other mutilation of l'I'a\\'filh '
!book-one day's Crop :My\ ln-ss cxpliinied 'in me kindly : on the ground.. on the theory that vxlurtone is killed the : 1.\\('E": aSixiv, liom! SoiKli \\IKI| I is a l.ushx. small
"All you have In do 1..I'l'llIllhl':4I') dispatches and then "rest l 11'11\ t the ...pol.1I'I'ohibll i-xii.'rpen tree \\11.. ,,'\''r..1| IIJ'l'igl'II'I'lIId".s' and( loK u ol l sigh, : "Ir.H.i', 1C6 South 2nd St. .

xxrite a summary, of the. day's: war new in 2 io word-." I the' netting/ king matl!,('rel. Conservation Ing!! 1 hi.inilii-11. II"i a, giaivlul( little I....". Miincxxii.il. icsi-mliling; : |Iiu{' ,
Secretly I wondered/ what I'd hi doing the I ,rest of authorities have agreed that the king mackerel shouldbe Nxeepmt' Milloxi' in, term I ('Inline. xxiix, twigs! an- tightly( iMlKil, xilllltin ; FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA

.. my time, becan-e it certainly wouldn't take long to skim Mildly a "hook and line fish," since netting' cair:>ex l spidery', tiree, : pat| k-axi-s. 'I 1 In-, thin. Imigli individual' bulk-Is an
through thir pile of stuff garner enough to know what wholefale slaughter/ Many more king mackerel arc killed i.hiiul !it Inch wide' hy.Ifi iiiihes. long;:, smooth''' dark ):1'1"11.: It |MH a'S'ry -
., 1 was tclking about), and t then lush off a 200/ word piece! by the nets than are entangled in t them, it is charged Uncaught ullraitixe! fine' fnli.imxhkh, dix-s nut i-olor in I IIII' fall and rough" ''
fur the front page. Practically nothing lo It fish. are .said to leave netted area. I diinol.iti-lmmn, )>.1i k. Thr 1 Ilimem mi- iiiionspknoiis' A h.lrllIr'I.
Hut wit h -uperficial' l abandon( of \oinh, 1 settled 5-:Make it unlawful to )pull III' haul any net in cutlined for dry soils, or the, p.ilin,

down to a ('oml'oI'IHI.le.nil1ll"f: "tlld 'il1;.! IIi war news: I waters other\ than by hand thus; outlawing/: the big II SCIII\OI'SIS: Ill'\'IlI.: hint \ HALF DAY SAL!
"\ijlnliie' 'IIt.lllln'l'lith,]|
I b the making ii-iies., to /tIw'I'"einel'llind force xvhith. the union is .1 | j'
oking up' spots on map trying/ : trap nets charged, slcndei ,
huiuhis and)
familiarize myself with t Ihc ituation. And after! about are destroying feeding and breeding groundand gluttingthe spraxxly ( long!: slimier still IH.HK, lilcl, I* nod| kwls|,, I SATURDAY
I The, lest('5 ('iiniied; in small ilnsleis Ihe : : ; : :: : MORNING ONLY
on shut" side stubs alnn'
en hour or two of that, I wrotethe .summary. 1 I'' did not market the disadvantage/ of price i-lruclures.! : |<
particularly please m,', HO I wrote it 1/\'I'I'lwo ;or, three. timeto 1 The members! of the executive board are Ed Tucker, 'I Out.lu.inililet mid xoiing shools.,, 'Ihe slendei \pinnate k-axra are I M h (Nj Sales Before 8130( A. M.)
I sort of polish the apple, but before long 1 had it perfect (Cedir/ Keys: Oliver Braxaldo Tarpon Springs! Irvin Trash i Indies 11(1(1)elth IIMIIX' iianim' 5idtp-Is'luted, still I le.illets about I inch
('so I thought ) and turned it in to my )boss.. He took I er, St. Petersburg, Grady Bloak, ('r ystal River Bill Eat- I long(, d.iik !!rl'l'll. Tins' is a small open. h'"'" with line dark eviigiecu'
one look at It and threw it in the wastebasket:< by his side man. Tampa, C. \\'. Clark Gnglexvood: John Stevens, Col- foliage, li.irtly on toy soils.SCllIM'S .

:' 1 was simply flahhI'I'IlIMtl'd.olJOliy: had ever had the tier City, L. P. Jones, ;Miami Cecil Keith, :Marathon, and ,j Uri'EMJnN.S.: :' fiomi.4Miini.. | ', is a, wdespii-mln, TOILET PAPER P ROLL 10One
audacity to treat my writings in that manner before. May 1 Ed Koehn, Key \U'est according) to announcement\ by II, D.Biggs opcu-Inilped' small lice ails .1 I shot' ) tnuik and long' : sxvicpiny .."IIIClot:'
be. I pouted a little. I !got up and walked III'oUllIthl'\ city : secretary treasurer: It has... u rough! grexish-lmm-n balk. "lln- main slender"hl'.Utl.hl ;; ( roll to a customer) ....J
I Porn. There was. nothing else for me to do I' lid I had year This action deserves: statewide: support. It points diiHip( almost to the pound.:. The uaeraa''i'. Inih long; !! dark gosh:' knxisaie
flf time to kill !6(111my workday was over. My boss I straight to the fact that the majority of the commercial : curried,) In ilusteis on Shod, lateral stnhs Ihrongliout: the, PAPER TOWELS S.30
1 turned around to his ow n typewriter, ran his; hands through, inx-n' ( '
fishing industry does not approve or condone the type of hranihes tmd voniij' ; gio\Mli.: .\ liuulx e\i-rgieen( dee wth, ? \:1'.1l'hl)
,laying: hair .end wrote the summary to suit himself. in just fi"hinjl'hich, is" going on Martin: county. The majority lop mill, fine (foliage,!: .suilahlc. for. geneial' pl.mtiiig 'Hie. d.nk\:i>iiinl.heines .- ((150 towels C
.j minute. I went home that night very unhappy, crestfallen ot I the sportsmen don't either. The majority' of businessmen aie I less conspicuous Than those found I nn ( || per package)
| 1'r( Iriis i
upset, my vanity wounded. do not. The majority of tourists do not.: The majority I: hut I hi-) add to the nseliilniss ol I the tin as an", 111'1I11I"1..1.. (One roll to a customer) _
When I came to work next day the war news dls- ,, ot voters; do not. '
puncher were stacked on my desk. 1 tackled the pile with ,j Then why does not the majority rule'hat strange 1 I !SCLEUOCAIOA (CAi; 1'1'1fl'1I1I1 1 ( Sinilh! .\f.ii. ,, i IN ? r.,1,1, SIW, ADDING PAPER
renewed enthusiasm. I hurtled! myself xvith intense analysis behind: -the-scenes. )power blocks enforcing the law in Martin Itug; open-hi-aded lii-e xxith bold hi.iiiihi-n and pinnate lanes l The| MACHINE N R=.25 r
of the war. 1 tried to absorb) ) in a Ito hours thi' county o-5 pairs of Ictiflcts aie" lj-2) Indies long! d.uk gu-in.: 11" n ikaiiliNikmg -
enormous," detail of the whole picture-fronts, commanders' j The force tri'p netterstated. when they got their dcildnons dee uilh bright goes" loli.ige', does xxell on. dry soils (n wo rolls to a customer) _

names! battle .strategy, history, geography statistics. Supreme ('olll.tl'ulinC! that this was. a "war time measure." : und mav impioxi-d in shape hv. light pll wing;:. ,
and I the business ot )bloodshed I made copious! notec 'They indicated that if the public would tolerate the abuses PENCIL !
!: !>tOfU\: D.J J UGL.\:\lJl J'LlA.( lion, SHARPENERS $1.9 IIn
sketched revised raited. Then 1I1'.l'r hours! of. prepara during the war period on the groundof emergency food Tiopiud \Ii it'n,,, |I. a unikiieinltkiidiii '
lion 1 wrote the summitry, rewrote it several times. polisher. : production, they would "suspend) operation) : after the war < >iis", luixxilli soil lihunis tiunk and' si,ml lender, shoots
till it gleamed and laid it on the !boss's. desk. ]He took one :Now the war if. Over, and the practice !goes' on. In fact, XNliuh easy long open 5-15 I \ pail pinnate 1c.ixn, The medium git-in Giant Automatic I
look and threw it in the xvastC'LMske I dazed almos lealltts are 4& unlit long uxal. lealhin., Il ieiiiii-s ikli 1 I sod
: was put of the strategy; is to perpetuate the devices by furtherI | I I in a\ No. n
angry enough to cry. I' "legu lizillll thl'm" with a county law and )puttingthecounty ', shelteicd locution. i MIRADO PENCILS ';: 5
The third day it w'1. just the same. The fourth dayit ,; to the expense of hiring a warden I I (Cunlimifdct/ ; / Week\ ) I i 2 ,
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\\I': xvas just! the mine. The l filth dpy it was just the same. :Martin county does not want seining. The people ._ 5
The sixth day It xvas just the same. I became frenzied. J 'have indicated( so twice referendum They do not wantI IIIIIIIilllllllllllllllttaulltlllllllll!! 1I11111111r.1I1I, IIIIIIIaiilltllllllllllllllllllllll: WASTE BASKETS Green
worked at my job with the ardor 01'a fiend. I reali/ed I it in any form. : Fibre $1. (
I was falling ,short, so I studied ( in the next day's paper) I With the majority, of the commercial fishing industry I The Hornet's Nest It
what my boss! had written in place of my stuff, 1 so I could In Florida calling for law enforcement-und that includesthe STEEL Hard
t try to understand what was wrong with mine and what majority of the commercial fishermen Martin: county, CASH BOX $3.1
I't. was HO good about his. Sometimes I thought his better too-xvith all the other interests calling for law enforce- Haoltnm0i00ialtnilililllIillnlllilllillIIIIIIIIIl1IIIIIIII: 1I11I1I1I1II1I1I1r:

t. than mine but I Way not willing to be convinced. I was ment, the next move plainly up to the State Conserva- TO THE SCIENTISTS When you start m....in SAVE BY
furious with myself! with my boss I I, with my job, with life j I tion Department, the agency set up to enforce the law. I around experimenting, with ituff that "probably, BUYING AT
'"' I in general, I Or are we in for another couple of years of excuses! wor't blow up the world," but might-you require The
The seventh day teas my day off, but I spent It in my delays and inaction? If so, why?: Are there no public something like unanimous consent It U not a question Stuart NeW!
r room I Was so discounted 1 was ill. My enthusiasmhad )powers In Martin county strong enough to get action on which should be left open to doubt. Lola of ui like PLEASE

1 .. burned low. I was about as! miserable l as any young I this matter? _. I this place. j DO NOT PHONE

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TIlE STUART NEWS STUART Martin] County, FIORItM, Tllt' ,D"Y, MARCH U. 1946
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JPOAL j ) NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART- --" -: "Newt Items!MRS.office for TRACY this before paper M1RTYN.".noon must on.,Society reach\\ednrxday the Editor newspaper-- f ','f>: I I

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4Np ENTERTAIN 1 Mr. and Mrs. B Fowler left Capt; ) James IIp.rbel.t Bruner Mrs. R E Farris and I of Mr and Mis Al j..
) Ill() TS HOSTESS son Lloyd Mr and Mrs. R T. Ragan I S Shngley,
.tJt: Bode Fox en- Mr. and Mrs J. I, Craig I Wednesday morning for Long 1 I. It Tuesday for Camp Lee, Va., were guests I
ono Mr' : entertained Fifteen friends with well-fill Branch 1 overnight last week I Eastman, Oa left Wednesday 1 their children and MayO! JacK t ,
Sunday at Friday evening with N. J., after spendingmore 1.,1'J< an Indefinite stay of Mrs. E. J. Smith and their Mr, .
I ,111111l'1 a ed baskets gathered Jr parents for home after visiting I Coleman went to Delray list: I '
Friday fore .
S en ge I' Farm on the musical and social evening at noon at the home than a year here with his .- Mr. and Mis L. F. Ten'ell, and Mrs P O Thomas for a Sunday' to uti- id\ a i polo !(anJL.. .
of ;
I tt. ; Mrs Robert daughter, Mrs. Frances I
''11I1g/ 8. their their home on Albany Avenue L, Jeffries In Dangler Malcolm Van de Water who is' enroute to Fort Lauderdale. week at their Rlvcrs'de'! Drive I -- I"I"
j Fos Halpatlokee Park, and his slater Mrs.
Edward Guests included Mr. I I attending the -.a-- home in St. Lucie Estates I '
'II,, ,"" tiu and Mrs. for four hours Slocum George Washington '
of I I
feasting fun at her yAyJ-
3. C. Hancock, Mr. and Mrs and fellowship. such I Avenue. apartments onBryant I II University In Washington, Mr and Mrs Geoige Hudson I ".-
Arthur Wlndfohr Mr and Mrs ing Is becoming a gather- I Rive an Illustrated lecture on and little daughter, Martha left Mr. and Mu Webster Ordway

O L. EdenfltId, Mrs. Lorena Mc- with this an annual event -e Germany using his own slides, last week for their home In Can- and sons spent last Sunday at ?
y Farlan. Mrs. D. Edgar Hutchinson the third time the Mi. and Mrs. Neal Ottaway at t the University auditorium last ton. N. C. the attests u: hn parents. Ml REA\\ :
and William McFarlan all group, has joined in such a festivity and children) Jean and Jane I \eck He aLso; stated in writingto -- I and Mrs R, v Ankeny, at Ank I.t
of Guests Included Mrs John who have been the house guestsof his parents, Comdr and Mrs Miss Chce Clico Rlcou and her ona-on-tht,Indian River,
Downlngton Penna.
Rod W Halteman, Mrs, Martha Ellen Mr. and Mis H. W. Partlow D, O friend Miss --- ----
Van de Water, that, with Parker, came up .
Thompson of .
Miami, -.... .
Mrs ,
Cox, Mrs. -
Helen Parker Mrs Waternich 237 Seminole Ave- his wife and sister, Patricia, whois Sunday from Miami to spend the
Bromley of Morristown, Emma Slsson, Miss Celia At- nue, left Saturday for their also a student at the university day with her parents, Mr. and NECTAR, PEKOE and ORANGE PEKOE 1 jU ; ,I
N J., George Senor of Atglen, wood, Mrs. Eda Fuchs, Mrs. Nettle home In Utica, N. Y. The Part- that they attended the Jackson Mis Earl Ricou, of Eldorado '
Pa, and Joe R. King of Merfres- W. Marts, Mrs Marlon Bal- lows had as week end guests Mr. Day dinner Heights TEA 5frC 19c )
post War LB, BOX LB BOX it\
boro, Tenn. Mrs Hancock
and lou FUk, Mrs Raymond Sack, and Mrs F. A. DeVall who were - -

'0 EAl ESt Mrs Thompson played several Mrs. Grace Halsey, Mrs AlfredA en route to New Hartford, N. Y., Mr and Mrs Ted Chambers Mr and Mis Ernest J, Biggin. ANN PAGE t

., t u'ES ( on- piano solos and Mrs. Edenflcld Sharp, Mrs. Bert R. Smith, irons Hollywood. und little daughter Ann, have of Courtland. Ohio, who have' .

RIM ByBounds sang accompanied by Mis Mrs. William E. Waters and Mrs returned from visiting Mr and been vacationing here, left Mon- GRAPE JAM 16 21c

MJ Thompson, Mame CoggshallMR Mis R. B. McCullough of SemInole Mis Ralph Marlin at Sportsman day for a till) to Miami and the AR :

,, ir- Wi Feel Avenue spent the week end Lodge at Welaka on the St. west coast before returning to -"' .
IJ J i TEEN AGE CROIP AND :MRS KENNEDY" In Miami, as the guest of heron John. liver and their home In their home < w ;' ;
: ,I ; Tt? Kl N ]MET ENTERTAIN CELEBRATING and daughter-in-law, Mr. Jack'.onvlllc. -- r

\ House YourFIRP The Teen Age Group met HIS BIRTHDAY und Mis R M EVans. _. Mrs Marlon Ballon F'!sk UK 1 ', D SYRUP16noZrl9C "

Saturday night at the parish Mr. -- e Mi" and Mrs. Gene Tunncy Monday to spend a few day> W I [I AI' :, "I'I '
and Mrs I
I RANGE T J. F. Kennedy \I _._ __ ,
i 1' house for an informal dancing entertained Major and Mrs. Robert Williams and children( Gene, jr., Varlck, with friends in West, Palm Beach !\ h
,, M Proport- Wednesday night ; I I
) ct party. More than 40 were pres- celebrating his of Buffalo have returnedto Jonathan and Joan, flew down and Lake Worth.ROTARY t SULTANA MEDIUM SIZE
::9rREASED, birthday anniversary I ._
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ent, chaperoned by Mn Arthur with their home after spending from their Stanford, Conn. home
rE We a chicken pilau
: '%
call UsED p H. Chappelka and Mrs L. Ash- bulfet supp!r followed with a some time at the St. Lucie Hotel, Monday to open their estate PRUNES 229c:

.. NOW by Arbogast, white three-tiered cake, topped The Major was on terminal Horizons on Jupiter Island for CLUB tt mq| I ,
1 with leave after 30 years In the Army. the late season. STUART No. S203Mffl.
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Mr. and Mrs Boyde Box, who pink candles. Guests Included They bought the Rembert farm 0'C"1.. ,, \\cilM-s/olR'J
Mr and Mrs. Evans / I FRESH CORN OFF THE COBB;
MAPP have purchased the Boy-ett In Palm City and plan to return Mr and Mrs. W. Averell Harriman I DR CHARLES CAKRILLV
farm on the South Fork, arc Crary, Mr. and Mrs Edwin A. soon. ) of New York have taken V .H.nt OZ
Menmrger, Dr and Mrs, Harry HENRY CABRE, Sc.FOR NIB lETS 12 14c
,., Kind of leaving
rr Monday for their homein I the "South Moon Under" on CAN
H. Mr.
Insurame Bildgeton IN. J.. where Mr. Hipson and Mrs. Andrew I Mrs, Elizabeth Dclcken of Jupiter Island for the late Spring ----- -
then In I't1.> Arcade Boyde raises asparagus and sellsto W Bennett, Lt. and Mis V. A"I, Cleveland arrived Tuesday to y season. Mr Harriman has Just Meadors Cheese & Peanut Butter SandwichesASSORTED "
T, Lingle, Lt. R.
the Blrdscje Products Co in H. 'visit her son-in-law and daughter I been appointed Ambassador to INFANTS. PKG. OF
Comdr. Fred .' 6 23c'
Brldgcton They plan to returnto DcSbrOC'j'I Mr and Mrs. W. W Meg- fngland by President Truman
f T t F their Florida farm in July Haley. Judge A. O I gett, Jr., at their home on Styp- ALFAR MILKThe --- ---- -
mnnn Boulevard Mr and Mrs A. T. Van Tassel -
Vorls. Fred Stafford, T. T Otter- Best :Money Can Buy
EXTRA FRESH BREAD! son, John Cotton Col. I : were entertained last week I :
and Mrs. Col!. and Mrs I his i
John Boatwrltht Iiv cousin and wife, Mr. and lie
4 John Q. MacDonald, Mr. and BUY BONDS
and son, were Bursts ol Dr. and Mix Roland West who arrived i
Mrs. 0, M. Littman, Mr. and Mrs I --- -- -
Mrs O C Bennett of Hibiscus on, their 75 foot de luxe cruiser ANN PAGE ELBOW
C B. Mr. .
Arbogast and Mrs.
Raid, St. Lucie Estates en route 'nd entertained them at the Alfar Creamery .
Oeorge Keith and Mr. and Mrs to Miami Beach from their homeIn J Lighthouse, Mr West is a retired LB, Celophane ,
INS gNNSfREgN and Lt. Bindfoid/ Va.. last week The 1 movie producer and with Mrs BAG
Lingle showed Kodachonic col- Colonel '" 456 flamingo br Vhonn 7175 ,
was a prisoner of war West spends most of their time --- ---
ored pictures of their travels, of the Japanese for four years I''silling the seven seas

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THtNTFIrTIIMtR- Mi and Mrs.- Wilbur- Ferguson FLOUR 10 LBS. Sic ; 5 LBS.27

FAK1 01 CONGREGATION accompanied his brother i _
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y \L ClItKCH "Fci!gy! left last Tuesday for St NO F00 1NG SOFT-A-SILK
The Bible Union Congregational "
Petersburg, where Fergy!! entered -
church of Palm City will the Day Pines hospital for FLOUR 25c "
celebrate Its twenty-fifth' anni- treatment. ,

April 7. Three former -a- .
versary on --
pastors will\ speak: the Rev. I* Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Van Tassel P JEWEL

B. Chase, the Rev Ruth Larmle had as guests last week his Pound

and the Rev. H. H. Jones. Addresses daughu and son-in-law, Lt and SHORTENING:, 72'FRESH CTN 19'CAKE C

will be given by state I Mu Harry Frazier who were I
officers and Dr. Charles B. Wln- en route to Atlanta to visit 'I

Fresh> active yeast goes right to work! gerd, representing the ministe- 'friends They all went to dinnerat ATANTHONY'S MEAT DEL?
rial association of Martin the Boca Raton. Hotel. Mrs C
N no extra steps, Helps give sweeter, County, and Mrs. Mary Ann Wll- Frazier Is the former Janice Van

t, lUvor-light, smooth texture-perfect lams, president of the State Tus(1.(1 FRUITS AND Hygrade'a-Honf'v Brand
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fresn I i YOU BAKE AT HOME-always use { Church Womans Association of .i
Mr and Mis C; 'V. r.farun i SPICEDCALIF
'i9W-It' n -nctivc, fresh Yeast with Lake Worth. A picnic luncheon at'' VEGETABLES
hef I will follow at noon on the UK have been vacationing WHERE QUALITY TELLS AND SERVICE SELLS
How label Dependable Rtrrp the Atlantic Court left Monday I

lu 170 >cara-America's ?lireTII I church grounds morning by motor for their home I We Carry A Complete Line of -2 Bunches LUI'ICHEON'
in Anderson! Ind.
j --U- I I11' Fancy Groceries CARROTS J 19
:\ and Mrs Ralph: Cross andSun I L.EAT

i Arthur the H.Friday Chappelka Club entertained at- /Saturday, John, for went 1 the*o Miami week Springs end to Fresh Meats and Produce : GREENBEANSLB.18cuINb 1E

luncheon and bridge at her celebrate their bedding anni- ; $2137

I I home, Crescent Point Lodge, St. versary and attend the wedding Our Canned Goods Are I

: Luclc Crescent. Members In- I I Sunday of Miss Leah Jane Klineto Selected From the Best I -
I cmded Mrs. L. Ashby Arbogast.Mrs. Mr. Wendell Donaldson of El- LOCAL -I S-
Conrad Albracht Miss Ida i I U' Choice "AA Grade
I miia, N. Y., at the Miami Springs TOMATOES i
I Presbyterian church '
FINAL ing, Mrs Leon E Ashley, Mrs.T. I aMiss POUND LEG 0' LAMB
I : I The Friendly Neighborhood Store-
J. F. Kennedy and Mrs. EdwinA Jean Stafford Is anlvint\\
Prizes for high I this week from New NORTHERN
Mcnningcr York City ,I II
Notice( to Taxpayers scores were won by Mrs. Hitching Ito| upend! the spring vacation ut I II SPINACH 1 10eLB.! 39c

and Miss Albracht. her home. I II ANTHONY'SMEMBER LB
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Capt. and Mrs W. D Davis I Hugh Tyson 1 who has spent i iI FLA.-5 LBS I Herman'a-Southern t
and son, Ensign W. D Davis, Jr., four In the has I
years Navy arrived .
City of Stuart both of the Navy were overnight to visit his brother and Grocery ORANGES J3: Prize; -,SkinlessWEINERS
guests Sunday at the St Lucie i sister-in-law, Mi and Mrs Lon Economy (
Hotel, en route from W achington I I "' I I
Tyson ,
['OUR COUNTY ASSESSOR MR. A. C. COUR- to Key West,, where the Cap- e i I II <- ,- 1 I WINESAP .,

tain will be in charge of the I Mr. o--'s. I HOME OWNED FRIENDLY OPERATED
ON-IS NOW RECEIVING Naval Hospital I son Irvine and Mrs and daughter Kanaiek, Miss APPLES 14c/LE./ 37c

Florence, SOI S. Akron Ave \\E Dl.Ll\tU:: Telephone 113 L ,
accompanied by Max -- --
Applications Edward of Mr. 1 --
for Williams son
homestead exemption. Auerbach of West Palm Beach CALIF. -"
and Mrs. W E. Williams, left I I
Fillet's of SALT
Applications for widow and disability ex- Thursday for Blanching where heaas J their spent J ; relatives Sunday In Miami visiting I LEMONS 14c

: emption. drafted Into the Army LB, MACKERELPINEAPPLES,2T
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tangible personal property. -
Mrs. C. M Walker returned I

,Returns of intangible Thursday on the Champion aftei -
personal property.
visiting her mother and sister II [LB. 35 c-.
''ing! of I
application for Homestead Exemption In Great Falls and friendsIn
1 nit office will also constitute application for Columbia, S. C I = DIXIE -

"mption III from Municipal Tax and his office SPRY! '

attend to the submission of all application
the Municipal Assessor. l Jib. 69clOlEO '

h parate Application for Widow' and Disability R I USE-' l

T mptions must be filed with his office and also, -

"h your City Assessor.Tangible STUART OUR OWN MILK 2 CANS 17c

Personal Return must be TEA
,Jell Property SINCE ; WALDORF TOILET --
both at the city hall with the city tax assessor ADD A TOUCH OF "SPRING" TO YOUR "MENUS" ,
nd et the court house with the tax / 1 191:1: I
n.1"order 8'ble' 'to avoid penalty a. provided county by law. In- ,' RaSpecialise. WITH THE TYPICAL BANNER VALUES YOU RECEIVE IN LB. 31 cTISSUE;, 3 Rolls 13c ;

Personal be filed
Property return must -_
7 With' the County Tax Assessor. QUALITY DREFT.Lrge: : Box "23OXYDOLLarge
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. urge your cooperation by attending to your In -
II* matter before the deadline. Remember, April GROCERIES MEATS AND PRODUCE Box J3c

;.''.," the last day on which to file, so pleas file RentalsFor LIFE BOUYJOAJP-3'Bars 20c S
"y and avoid the delay which U always experld PAtM'oCivE-SO P= i"th'sTze=2-bars- -- J9i

during the last week ATCROMER'S IVORY SOAP-rLerge: Bar _29c

TAXES DELINQUENT AFTER MARCH 31t Information DUZ-Medium;;::2 For J9c20c
Pay Now and Avoid Penaltie. MARKET LAVA SOAP-Bar -. --- i
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ha& ijIX THE STCA11T: XEWS. STTMKT Martin Couim FLORIDA, rnttt D.d:, UlRCtt U, 1511.! -::-.
--_ n __ AfRS. TRACY IIfARTYN, Society Editor
for thh paper must reach the ? .

) SOCIAL NEWS and Happenings of the WEEK IN STUART fik hews Item office before TELEPHONE noon on 300" 'h''J?

JmIORRISOS< : TINS AT LIGIITIlorSE ('Ot'STUET( : : MKKTlMi: IEI.UWSIIIP: :MEETINGThe Mrs. Leon E. Ashley! left y'stel'I I
r day by motor for St. Petersburg BaOPEN
of the Wesleyan Victory
The Brownies met Friday afternoon -I Mri. Conrad Albracht of Co- The Auxiliary of the Martin The Methodist will hold Its meinDers I to visit Mrs.Mennlnger's son-in- '
VItc with their leader, Mrs. mango Villa Palm City Drive, I County Hospital met Monday annual meeting tonight at 8 Guild will the be Good hostesses Fellowship Friday I'law and daughter Mr. and Mrs ,
M. J. Morrison at her home on r entertained her Friday Bridge night with Mrs. Luther DamronIn o'clock at the Methodist church, night to of the Methodist j. C. McCrocklin, Jr. '
w California Avenue and played Club and some extra guests the St. Lucle Hotel A nominating with Dr. Henry Blackburn district meeting -e- II I I
[ church. An additional attractionwill
game Including hop-.cotch. Tuesday for luncheon followedby committee was appointedby superintendent presiding.The Mr. and Mrs Francis Aruiiln- to 1:30
9 a.
I be "White Elephant" sale. I DAILY a. m. 111.o .
Those present were BeUy Barr budge at the LlKhthouse. I Mrs. Dam ton as follows: Mrs. reports from all organi- baum and on, who have occupied ,Ii I
Muncie Boyd Mary Loyce Camp- 1 Prizes for high !loresl't'r.. won William A. Hay, Mrs M. Q. Lltt- zations show a record :year. A the Knowles Gardner <, SUNDAYS 12:30: p. m. to 1:30: P.111,
B bell, Patricia Cousins Sandra by Mr*! L. Ashby Arbogast Mrs. I man and Mr. D. S. Hunson. A full report will be given next I M\TROXS CLASSAILT 'house for the winter, have left ,
Davey., Dorothy Hancock, Oail Arthur Chappelka, Mrs. Leon E. "Ta Day" on Saturnay. with week, also a list of new officers FOR IfNCIIEOXThe for their home In Plat tBv1llP. GOODS
tl i Hand}. Betty Johnson Nancy Ashley. Mr. Webster Ordway. ''tlJ< Teen Age girls in charge to elected. I regular monthly luncheonof N. Y. PACKAGE:
King Nancy Morrison% Mary Mrs. L F. Tf rrell, Mr. Robert I solicit funds for the hospital was the Matron': Class of the I 12
Jane Rowell, VaUrie Ann Rains | Hollerau. Mis. Carroll Duns- I I arranged. Miss Ida Newman GIRL SrOl'TSUT: I Methodist church was held last Mrs J, Edmond Forgy and her SOLD 9 a. to a. m.D .
and Jane Pnesscl.HOME: combe, Mrs Talmadge Wllaon I lead Palms and readings and WITH :MRS BO/OXE Tuesday at the home of Mrs. daughters after spending several o
and Mrs J. R. Pomeroy. A guest! numerology and contributed to The Girl Scouts met Tuesday Emma Slsslon and Miss Cella weeks at Emarlta, on Sewall's Except Sundays
I I Kilt was presented Mrs., AN'', the I land Following a business afternoon with their leader Atwood with Mrs. C. C. Coursan Point have returned to tin-ir
I J. BUILDING I Kidd.! meeting Mrs. Damron served re- Mrs. Jolly Bozone at her homeon I assisting.\ Present were Mrs. home In Goshen Conn
Wayne Hood. Mrs. I. L. Decker, |j MARINE ROOM-BA
See freshmentOthers; present Cleveland Avenue. The girls! ) e _
Till: IE VANS AND CLEMS: were Mrs. Ted Chambers Mrs. packed a box of tinner food J i t Miss Mable Anderson Mrs. Albert D. Smith of Boston. 'U T
HIGBEE & DINNER HOSTS D S. Hudson Mr. Lloyd C. Travis : weighing 69 pounds to send to Evans Crary the Rev. and Mrs after spending four weeka-
:Mr and Mrs. D.Stanley Le Von j Miss Mary Shackelford, Miss the starving children in Europe. W O. Aldrich Mrs. E. D. Wells cation In Stuart at the carlton Ii DANCING NIGHTLY TO 1:30: P. ft''i
and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I O., ,I Bc-rgliot Neilson Mrs. Louis Following pep songs and games I Mrs. Kate Wort ham. and Miss i Hotel, left Tuesday for his u
Clem of Riverside Drive St.:J Wlttl, Mrs. Stanley Hitching. o nthe lawn they were served Maria Thayer. I home "Red" was at Camp Murphy COCKTAIL
Luele Estate, entertained at Miss LoiiiiK and Mrs. Evans 1 with refreshments by Mrs. Bo- I I for several months and was
Contractingand : dinner last Saturday night hay-I I Crary. 1 zone assisted by her sister, Mrs.I Mr. and Mrs Walter Taylor in England and France with the A-l MIXED DRINKS
Repair at guests Mr. and Mrs. CarlA Dorothy I Callandro. Tho attending I who have been vllsting his II _
109 General Hospital Unit 1 0=0 c====Paot ====oco
Peterson. and daughter Judith Included Judy Arbogast nephew and niece. Mr. and Mrs. oooc I
O. Box 832 two and a half year
John Taylor for the past fortnight
Ann of Fort Lauderdale and Jean Arnold Zola Mae Blakes- I
Phone 144-R :MI.-A Shera H Le Van Voeman. : FAREWELL DINNER i I lee Olive Burgess Gwendoline i have left for their homein IIIIII
River. i Brown, Jeanne Clements Washington. I IU.
)I-( tationed at Banana I Joyce
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Taylor
-- -- ---- -- Patricia and Gloria I -
I Fdr.nfield
I of Washington gave a farewelldinner ; af-I MARINE SURVEY
Hancock. Claudine Keith Carol and Mrs. Wayne Hood YACHT BROKER
\ "' =- --=-"'--c1:1 C' party Friday night at thei here''
ter spending t'o'l''k.
r Mann Betty and Jane Alorrison.Evelyn
i Guests Included hisnephew :
::z Lighthouse. I ReItz, Polly Rice, Martha I left Friday for their home In BEFOREYOUBUYA
and niece. Mr. and Mrs.
FOR SALE I' Pegram Anne Leach Jean Washington.Mrs. .
; John E. Taylor Mrs. Walter _
Brown, Patricia. Turner, Rose I e
1:1 Mr. and Mrs. C. R. I
: Kitching Turner Shirley PressiJ, Geoigc W. Conrad and I BOATHave
A NEW 4-UNIT APARTMENT HOUSE. Ashley] and daughter, Jo Marie, I Hasly and a "lsl:or, JUd'j I son arrived last week from '
; LARGE LOT. WATERFRONT RIGHTS. I Mrs. Lee Cazort jr., and son I Callnndro. Kansas City. to) Join her husband -
FURNISHED. :.1.1i I Lee John Cazort. who Is associated with it Surveyed and Save Money. The Cost is Nominal. The Boat and
I PRESBYTERIAN! : C.UI.D Carl L Bess. Nlpperslnk: FarmsThey 'I, All Equipment Is Inspected: "In and Out" of the Water You Get A

i, Only $9,500 Ii! :.MR.HOSTS AND' AT:MRS.DINNER KIDD MET The Presbyterian Guild met i the are Bess.AbSTQACtS staying. temporarilywitn l Written Statement Of Its Actual: Condition At the Time of Survey

SEE US TODAY I Thursday night at the horn of --- BOATS FOR SALE AND CHARTERBOAT "
,': i'// :Mr and :Mia.:; A. N. Kidd entertained 'I{ Mrs. Fred L. Hall and appointed
: at dinner Thursday the following officers: president: I
night at their apartment In the Mrs. Herbert Dugan. vice president -
I France on St. Lucie Crescent. : Miss Mildred] Tilton. secretary -
J REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Quests Included Mr. and Mrs. : Mrs. J. Leon Taylor treasury e (
III Il DEHON BLDG. PHONE 81L I'I Arthur Chappelka and James I I : Mrs. John M. LaJr HEARNMAPP
D. B.
-JJ{ Patton of Cleveland who Is va- i chairman of the membership
B rationing at the Pelican Hotel. committee: Mrs. W. C. Armor
-__ __ _____ The hostess served delicious re- REALTY OFFICEP. I
I I freslimcnts. The next meeting
will be held April 24 at the home I O. BOX 1003 POST OFFICE ARCADE PHONE

AnnouncingSTUART i, oi Mis. Charles A. Carrie) ABSTRACTSTX AND TITLE I'

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Morse honored -
WINDOW CLEANINGCO. I their daughter. Mrs. Howard FLORIDA N
I Skeen of Jupiter Sunday ABSTRACT CO. Our "QUALITY" is Right-Our "Prices" Ligh
with a birthday dinner. OtherI JIM KENNEDY' PIE
I guests included little Sandra > p..ldon'
Kkeen and Miss Willie Lackey i iJ STUART FLORIDA

IS NOW Family Portrait Service

Open for BusinessWE A'w

CLEAN ALL TYPES HOMES""NO OF WINDOWS, "BUSINESS AND : Watch and Jewelry I Beautiful Toning and Tinting

JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL" : RepairingOne i its


Rates by the Job, or Contract by Week or Month 'IIHe

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Week Service :

136 Flagler Ave. Phone 76-J PHOTO SHOP 81
One Year Guarantee
d ItEA




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Oughterion Building :

II 'AIhl




FANyou I SellCA"

have been planning on installed now before our sum. OTTO KUBINCANDIDATE

mertime weather PERSONAL .'20 I IIll

V We Have A Good Stock on Hand FOR our



," HALL'SELECTRIC The law il't| that your homestead! application un!
I II you apply : by cannot be granted
I April' 1 Also 'tutur
II unless'
I Iii or. intangible tax statements it i. : you file personal tax st.tem ;

; I ttSStt! three and Intangible.mandatery holdings that plus the a 10 per tZ'! Apr v.1 IINI"All
SERVICE I items.

j' \ ( I District> 2 I Iry,

o ': Post Office Arcade A- C. COURSONMartin
I Subject to blue Democratic Primaries, May 7IPI4 'ARIKyI
t'tI Phone 13

Political Ads.rtIs..nt) I County ,
'"-J, Ij j Tax Assessor *

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.- e l lfl ,MltllllllllllllMllllinillMlllllllllllllllltll FOR RENTjiiiimimiimiiimiiiiHiiiiiiimiiiiiiii, Lemon Juice Recipe Checks 1 '10. ''' ''' r ',01"" .ft. "",.., .. .. .1

tUt1rt 1 ",,,.'h 01", \"ltlll55ot, ",550I. .[ lOw'I I ,... _.h ..... .,1 h. 1-.1. !ta_
: Rheumatic Pain I SAILFISHING I'' ", I"" .1011'' .,,,01 ft.n.. .',.... 1Ioo.; .> f1",'. ... .r
Quickly ,,, ,,, ...... ....... ,,, .., "'_
rX.K BALK H.. ..h,."M r .' II I II I I 0" I I., 'Iw lo 1" -
Smile, t't".t'" '. H\ ., DR. L. S. JONESDR. I ...I ,. ,.." l. 'u,,,1( "". ,.." .. I.. ,. ...
'ti... ,... 'nh,, AND RIVER FISHING i t", ,,'"I ",",,'.., ..h. .... ,. ,', ,",...Ih( orth'1 ... .h..... ..I ,,,. .. I. .. It".,
.h.-' ___ .. .__ 1'HIGH t lu.ni THEWHITICAR 'h,,,, ,, "lt" 'I ,,( ...dl., ." ,.. ,..... ..." T... ". ..' ,.11....
I (iR"'I" MI"h', : : in"\ < t b., -,,'II' x. ...""th.l II...... II .:'.1 : Rinri 41' F.-I 't>,> : iun m aNorihrly

""h.'" ,.. ] 1.hIH., It",, t I"I "; (-. ( : '>' 1:0': '"ML; ; W. J. QUINNChiropractors FLEET 'I'll'' ...t I'n .h. 0ull'. 01 Ill. AII..10( ( dimnol alow; ike .*( .
hoi of the. KI. Lone klre/r to th*
t"1., 'il, pI I..an 'it,... nt.'I"( I". 511011 ,

[fl [ ,liii,IttIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItiIi ,. II..VIS: 4 KI--:, ,, : .JrJ].,: Bun Dockedit ...r I I ho of At(lain Nuoll,li...O.hore .I'n..anal,,. .I".South.rlydIrMinn 11,111, North'un\ No.1 line II uf laid Ih. No"II1 KrrtioMa a: ._......

SERVICESOFFERED& : : I ,....... ., .iI' I.... ft J -,]. ) a : Port 8wall ,10 I Ihr point .., la.. or "$"I'.n' G. T..aIhlI' 5' Saib
: ; .. J I Neare.t T* of "lu. ... 4. I\MI t Ihrw r*. SS M .
,IIIIIIuIIIIflltIItIIIIIIIIIIIIII, IlIgIllIllIlIlTIILIOBES I "''b... '::::. ,;:. :r FllhlniCroundi. ulnnlnR the Houlhwot ci arr of Hwtlm I e:
IC".J. T..wmnlp' II Houtk. Ran*. 4* fcaot.lhear .
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pad..nkl.I. ..., ..". *< run Ea.i to .. rrttUr H*
... .... BI..rt "'UII c..,,.. olWE I I ... ... .... : t 1 't::; 0t' : I 301.02.03 COMEAU BLDG. WEST PALM BEACH I Renlnnln of Hint Road 05. thence. ran .MlNnhrrly a .
!: REPAIR 0.11w Dr .aI..". ...... :: CAPT. A. A.I atif tho ND..h_ .. .. dlrreilo. alcrn, the ..0.55s5I
"' "t..rt. IIwsoi.in sod M..I Wrk.. :old k> youi: Jtu,:, t ;:: -- WHITICAR ,.lA.'lll. 0 liKalitf To..n.hlp I' Psoth I line. or Stair Kond No. o* lo Ik.
RENT (rhll I'.n.. Fhsn. 100. II 'lute nonet .h.cl 'I PHONE 3650 41 Roll thcnc run. Kouth' lo point .h..'. ..... ititer..*cti U. a.11.0w. .
FOR "IU au.F.I! lit Koillhoenl .onirr (If HeMMin III .
of Ninon
No the
I in City I
MENTS IMMEDIATE' DFLUFRY CwnpounJ" .. ,KI ., J "'''''""1>01.,, bySTUART ", 111 Tiwn.hln, 8* .S..nth. Ba... 40 Mel tb.l. .un ..n the eontlmaatioll It fNo ).

'" -.-- f':.' ..", ihim.* run l-a.t: i I.. I". .....I.. line ",.1. Rood ] *i I In ,... City ofIhe
1 DRUG CORP. II I 118-R ..' Hli.li'.. Mich( _a>. Nu. .,.: them* ..... lilY.... "'.1... ume SI .4iMknown Ie

ON _ _ Nnilh,. alonir lit.. .ntrr (line( of Run a* Cwlorado. A.enM*. to lit*
I Hiuhwa No, .r. 'to .point( vherennti renter Florida BallIt.iIa
FERTILIZERSAND LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 10.".... n ihi. Noilk tin. of the r11:: ma (In a =
Nanai.n, fiinnl, I ihenvc run Woo,,|r sIl.l Sit.
CHURCHDIRECTORY i It Is O. K. If You Buy It -rwi.aTOAPPF.\R-. .,"..... .the North. .. (line I ..E the H.n..... .III. of laid Koilor .." ... lit .....

I It Ount In .point( ..hero ... I
I In Ihi Clrcull Court In and For Martin a aa. (Inue.erla polnl of bc-irlnnlD*
In tl! County Florid. thn W..l ..hireMnr of the Bouth
INSECTICIDES IN CHANCERY )lok ..t lit. HI., Lurlr. ( River: thrarei COUNTY CO."ISIOl'R.S. Jl
'In D i1'c THRU i Nnithrrl( and Weitrrly alone DISTRICT 150. 5 .
i I I'HMIIs) I I'. i Il'l.l.Auil I Il'IInlltf i iI Ito ,
::1 ,
W< .l .itury or 11,. 'Roulh Peril of the
'71 ft JZI Now on hind 4.4 t Clint r.rIiIl.1II I i i ft I.". Hit" rr anil. .I.n. Ih. w..l. tlinr.lnir( at .the rtkwat .S* > -

1% Mannnei.. Civ your home tree FIRST BAPTIST JAMES\ :! C. CtrOI v..I.ARO. I IDcfendnm I rip .hor* of 'ihe North Fork or th. Her 1.? M.'l(, (.'SOIlS' .__ rn I.
ferl Hirer 315( Akron A..u.I KI. Luck' Hlvt-r to Ihe Noriheut. .... a Southerly dlr( <.'..olIlolO tfce Weothannoury
food 0'TTO K
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i'""! w trove nw ] RFI I 1"11I. MA\WHI.= Pallor UBIN IN TUB NAME n. r of "Kerllnn,( 0. Town.till., l' baIt II.. <.f Hun in CwMHrth ,.
1 OP Illh: 'ATK OP 4
'" ( Su.r "fr.uth boundaiy, line ..f eMCounty
.. I rl OlflllAl) ( I 41 KH.I. : ''h.".. run We.1 M
0:4,0 a. m Xtndlt, .h..l. Ill. pnlnt( ... pl." ..t hea-lnnlm., : thenc. r.in F-.-t .'- ,lie
RALPH ULMER MOTOR I lu I. a' n M. r-n-, "r.hlp. REAL ESTATE BROKER Ki: JA.MKM r. rlpnl.I.i ATtri. No mini South' (U.indar, ) lire of aald Cowtrto
rUSTIC rot"RTAURt1IESTS CO. :i, :VIvolITl'l : : I KOI' "("MAN ilKrrr M>.W VOIIhITV PRECINCT Tllerlnnlnv th. ItaU.......t .om.r of Hirajao)
< l u. Nh. W YOU i < t4uth 3t>
"O" "p. m. ",n.. W..h... 2ft Town.h.i. 4 i : Mitlthence
OUGHTERSON BLDG. PHONE 0l( AltO: JimHlY: MilIHEt) THAI tun Volt th.; Nortkokateoraer
I A n..ora i. m"r.,1, In .h. ohutob1h:1 304JACK'S at 'ihe Norihveat, u
IsTLAKT FLORIDA liiimiimiimmiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiWANTED ;; .. '..vlh..va'o .'t ,hild..n( duMniI S 'ttlt I'' fr .\II: ';':I '' hIl hIS'S In.tilmrnln : ,,t.'d I <.r of Martin ,'ou..I,. thence rorn ran> of Hection I. Mid TawftaMki.d
: .o".1.... t t''t II i In thi' t'ir.'ali Cuurt I In, and Null i iilunv( the .. Kanite tkener run lot Of
North ( .
line at Uli
AVAILABLE TO RENTI111111111111111111111111111I111I1111111111111I11 I W.do..d.,,_ f,,, Ihe Nlnlh, Jullilnl, ti limit, of HollilaMnrlii ( .tin Ida >outhrail. corner ..f ,
iVd : : li.uiity tn Ihe
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H rtetnlnfFACET ion p. 01.. Ml4.o.'lt r'.'- ....,lc.. ) 'l'O5 liy I'hylll. 1,0 ",'ollu"( I. ,. I.
tni.hn T..w..hl
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., FIRSlTB ARTISTEI.lir.Rr YllI, .11. HrKMlY' I KKinlltMl: AMJ 1101,11. I? PH.! : .lit Ito. 0t.5 S.sutIi. to .Ir't(55 or S'tl...... It ..r laud T.....
'1I.t 11 APARTM.-J\T"\; I'R III v, I' I IEffI w I (,illhHIM: ) t.. ,., ,. lit H..ulh.05,111.011, .r ..I 0011(115( ':. 'tIll and S.. 10,5.1110 O'lI. Eo.l toIhr .
eIIvV. 1.1..... 'I., ?' '? uPn.' 0I't'. ht : "
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T. 1It0 :Itt.nt. .' lilt: :,.,,' :I II. :i I 1" I..d.- : H H\hHI. r..o. "SUNOCO" STATIONBLUE ,Hill II:I, .1; f t C.flitlI a,:,". "I,."tIltI,,.,' ;llfo::I (?II.'t'alI its, ',iTt t.t':it'" ,'.,:',: I I.10. S"I' ,un V.... ... It. $5,1005't, r..... lOid. Town.hip *nd R..... theses
,.... . II, ("I ? (He.-ll.( ii i 25 ..I .a'd' .
AUII .n. .J V t II T..WsohIp .00,110,5.1
run N.rlb 10 the roror
10.00.( ..... St.t .I.! '.'hQ"I.I "r At, ill. A I.. I U."; I ".nh ,..,.. ''h. .l.
| TELEPHONE '1102 b.t..n l *".n" ..mlWANTrll .1, ,,t.. ,, If .. I., ., ,, (lid,: Rnniri' .' 111.1 I Iftotith "llU a 505111 55. lb. I of ,(....lotI I ..I .al>1 T"WtnJtr. aod
glI r .tI.l 11111 sIll .it. .k.n, .. :
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-- .. -- .. ,I : :: : SUNOCO CAS AND OIL I l>i.und.r.\ I II,,. ..t Sti'l(, C .n.nnp k.rg..lb'n"nrt.Iu.'l ,lu '''' 110..1..
; .U HINT: '.i I 10 :;Utt : :: >y::.. Ih.. I '"'hie'd I r ''M ..'I'IITIUlt: IIYIDEn.I', th., thl.N"'I I hi.re. run, >0'l'.ltnt h. .Mat .h.... of taut .o'tpl'nft..lil I ."f widlTuwnihm
'" .iHdro' h" ..' I I" .. l.iki nl.-erh.W., .. then'.. lIt.51l4., th I and ISorau', 'PI.O ''m W.dn....._ I CARS WASHED AND POLISHED I,,,,. l.'i., ,,]t'I.h.l. 'u"..' a w'k 0trIII *
SALE tall HI, t11 I I lt'I', 42.. -... ,tlI .It A I t ; :"" .. M'' .., ",... mr",,, I "IIl.tlII, ,, ,,. It'Ill. In 'lift' SiurtN. Ku.t:. .kore' .'f Luke Olchohr to aI Sooth 10 Ihe NonheoiMellon IfS.5
FOR I .I"t 5,it" .. ,I. (l.l.r.c.,....d .... T"ut'hit.. 10 basiS.KIlll .
'", .ffl.. e nf II'tI" l I' hi k I k '" I 't' I EXPERT LUBRICATION SERVICE u ". ,. ." a.t'niu'.. ,. .ul.lli.hed. I In Mill Mm. tr thp (
phone ( .i l.'.l ..i I THE CH'-'RCH-' OF I W.'.1, ""'II,n.iayp line of "ftmtlmi I''. ( II 5500: 150005 ,5 IbM tlb. .
IIII'" GOD C "h.1 4
''n', ni, "in, nihal..IIh.\\'I": Mr., II..,I'I" ;. I II' ." "HOMv""(''y 'AM! """ "OIWHI..n Rtitnrl. Tu..n.hlo' a. Mouth, ( R..n.* ST EssI.lb. ': SaiO0 a? lb. AtI.Ik lh.sSl i
!II.., III I ; HI IIIWANTFII S. R. WilliamT lit' .,.. .n N."h. alsite" lOs'. ..I thence. rua North.l ir alone the KoJtboundary
I I' CI I. mn I'' P..tor Miirlin ,... ,
I I'" I'I.kVa, ibis ir.th di,, .
I 'h'h .10..1 I ) 'l.indo'i, of MaTRECINCT. ('..u.., In lit.. (l.n f MorOn fouaty inKI
M''". I I"I ..< "Muo'it. A I I' I 11(1''.. .. .,, .. .. Lu. i. Ink. th.. ... meander. 55.5llalbolp
: 1X1 llrN, : I 1.11. 'tI't] I' .: Its-Ill.' B'..,. It, 11 1 ,. .". k ..MIt.Al.t.. (II III'' 1.1.( f 1..10"..".. t e
d. dhvIh' ....." ... "....'.1010. I., ,.... ." "'" "' $,'ud.y Nut t't"] I .1 R ,I'OMMillY: *o.i. .W..Iuly, shaes .0( III.I. .
'" .. Work Given Personal Attention and GuaranteedBy .. I.....* III..0 t 'h. T4..1b\ toe f
1 denl'' :ll: i M i 1 I'l.u N...i'l" OI'l' 11"'k, (Irctiil. (''''''' .ho II,,u..I Ii'Mh'' M' a ,...h,' _

MllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllNOTICES' ; I Its (noRDIHY, I HIM' r.. II. I Pinning' al Ihe North.enr... ........ iI.I....... .. ,he .al... oJ IS.At.
,."k I IT. JOSEPHS CATHOLIC JACK Nil'HAH. l; I ''I''I I !NANA nir ..f Hi. tl.ni' .. i rnwnahlp( >.. Houih. I.ur4e Hivcr: Iketice r"in W..|.
] ton I REV tBkoi.udAns.T. J. (t.rAKk I ,"l'.rn'v f",, I I'hol..orr, .,I Kanu. .' Kant. .th..n<.. run Houth to frlr( aJonir the N,,rt. ]l.ae of lbs
u.i.'oMat. Mn",'h J.. Ami. 4. II. 1". 1'. I 1114(1, .Its Knulh. _' l of Minion Croui 10 ISO renter' lln. OIl
I ..". Wilt.r.. t. .. .,.. ", ""I I 11 ROAD SERVICEANY i > corner Kvetlon SO
IuuuItIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIuIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIiIIIII! t I 0. InwnnhlM' II Houth R.... .! MM: ; U. M. Hichway Ku I 1rot"
,,,,,,.. LEGAL Ihinc "110.1 . Southerly, .1...." 'kc .-nter lln( oil
I SH-. Ralph I'lim M......r I t.. A n.)' ADVERTISEMENTRENOIUTION rim I. ihe Hiiuthiant *
t .
'I- VlI.FU / ,,. ,,om, r f. ttlIto. .. K I h. I.". ""'nT I'it P.11.. '.1, ; .. 'i I, :: "t ", t" ". I TIME, ANY WHEREJACK'S 11'I', uC S...,..1.",. t ii .,..I ..,.. l..h,. l;. K. IIli'hSao.ante! ".1.1's', N. fl I. t,,...a mtorlin nnlM.wherr

to .'Id'kI.'.: ;f frXPHir N......tst."." .t. t. .I II I ALTFRING AND ADO. "(11,lbS Ily". lit"11"ll lb'litl.th. .. of what >. k........ aa ike. rVterrkoRoad
I" a 5'". ING 10 HFCIION PRFCINCTS IN $ ,,,thu'.' ''' 'if rlu'I linn( SO ..f
I'." -;- J j.rn TIM.; "V>. I li,,:- .tr.mo \\V'. kl din': "II I MARlIN COUNTY '(:'l.stoitl: ;(: All' A::''h': Ranve a' raet: Vie in.t Ih.al'I..IIn'the" > (*.tan ntrr, line:tkjrwe of

., n. r. illMni'1,'1 .1 h", .. reIn :n ,.. :ao .. '" : : :: "SUNOCO" STATIONOne I.r1'. : / 11t\: :') ,ly .the lion,",I ..t .1,,,,"t.di.'y lOr M.rt''In ("ulity,, to thr Ihe ce-nter lih of '
inter t
,r | .... '. .. ... Comity, (""mm'.r, Murlln,. ,, ..,, .. ...,.. *
I ..h. of Ihe .....1 h. fit, I 1,1.l ."1 tIo.t ..n.arn .. J ''I" I. ] "" c' > MOlnilda > $ '110.. nir if M. lion. I'. 'JOSI..h Hate. Road 1'0'. .'. : ,ikenr. nun
-. >.. ..'|...rli' .nn.. 1t1'\II'lIlIlt. I Illll-. 4> I" .. m.IT. .. 'hni' II,,, f"'|"|"vii,.,, IKII, .,, ,'",". ''I' 40 .I...11.10., II.".... I* ...."I thenceIhe .H..uthwritr. !, alonir tk. center Nes
"" W,. ''''v AI'I'I.I.\.n! ; (II.. I'T. IMrlll r; II V. ;; Stop Will Convince You "I In. t I l.<. ..til,I t'h. su.,,"SIt' h. r.,1'1 l lcrvaleil run North 1,1111. .. NoriheaalKxllon ........ ur of said. Ktale. Sod 51... >S la Ih..
01," ,.k. Manh 14 Thru May 2AKB MARY'S EPISCOPAL: CHURCHIhe inl .,,.tiil>ll>hnl, In M, itli, ( I ..? ..''d Tow".h". ..d Ka.r: Knuth boundary lln* of Heel.Ion I*.
", F'IIIII '"$ TIH : ......'.,. ...f I I. 'I.I on', "nn'" 1'1,10.' ; I .....'1 : ..it..lP'In, ..... ... Houlhea.lthrnc Townehip >* Ku>.tk. ..n.1 Welt .

] Uf'1 H.A.C' YOu. (OUT 0*' (|RK'n I' .. Ash W.d..I., ., t t ..r I n. FEDERAL HIGHWAY NO. 1 l'I'l. (.r ..f "..lIh"( a". T.nohp( $5Ssutit hence ran Kelt to ,the ..... _,
) ,: K.. Mao a Ki"., "" 10'' t I,. h ih nI" PRECINCT I I.OIl' I. 1151,01' .0 E.t: : ,lit.,... .sos'afsol.n' IIT'es..l.iguSS .
.u.N..rth :
.,r,I. more. .....liey lb,1'.' '.- ....". ... ..,, ,. .. .. ., .
l's .10.' utisI '
1,10 N.s'tit.a.too.frc. ouih, Rwr SB East the-nce r,05Nouit .
0'I ""II". 11.1 ly Hardline Kith." t'l",Walk lioniinlti.", ,,. ,I IIh I...,.... .,,.......1' lust" dale. and .,ii. .1,",. h .I.,.,i IS. 'I.I Ceo. A. Gipson, Owner Phone 9134 ,",...,..,. '" .h'Nurlbns.l'u. .u., I"h I. ..b ..1.1 I '........hl. and I< ,,,..: U the Snub .boiMary. (lia*

,I It ou.lom.rl. NIOSSIlY ..,.. ''".. ..II.. i. 'day .it,.."..it..",,' ''h. I ,, '" .. .t. I IThoS. lIt, .0.. ....", I't, T"w".hh.' a7 "h'h., run "..1 to the N.u'lh..t ." MM".n I'.'.'I.'' Soul" .
rlly( .r. Stuurl.h .x,. n. sill .1.] ... ..I.. ..', I' .. I I'I Chisholm' H atyI, II I Ell,'. th'n' rut "",'"h 'I'. I ortiir nf A....'l.t in ..r ..1.. To.o.klr. slang ih* ]1.b .houndarr1". !". .f '
III. 01""" lfn.t.t'( ,,, 5'''' 'lit., ., $... ,.' ... d., ...., Opposite 'I"I, N."h., it'.., I, .. _
W.'kl". ;1.... \I 1st... ndai [ .h. (lit. 1'1. Ill.'r. and R...... : Ih. n.,, run tlhlatit, Manl, ('OUh") In 0. 0.00,1 lOr o.la.
Kir J.!\I'm.h.0., I. T..h.I..n......... 155,111'; So.. 'I SM I"I t lit. ,.... ....an.h.. lit. Y:OllIitlt'5 lIt Ninth. 'iHiunilart. llni. or Miirtin ('.....nt. l of her.innlni. _.:..
A N. .hi M'. 1.11. .. lIu.y ...
I Maich I In ft $ "th..oI'l llit'yytlult Ihcnce run 'A',.l.lot. the ]North
.. 'I'OHIO
... I... ..10. .. .. lIE IT FtRTIfFR REOLVFD that
0i, 4 ------- S "th'.n II, .r (I.. luuhd."" Mm' or Martin County lo the
: I -- EPISCOPAL SFRVICES j Ill, .12 In oul.1 T"wn.hlr aftd H.,",,. point <.r ,.1..... ..t berinnln( ,.. Inn Reiolutl.. ( I.. .nie d. una4l >ke>
.,l :"Rlh. USED' : PFRkR for nal" ,,' t I.I lao Wc.t Thud Street h'h.. l'tlfl I'"5.15,Iy .nd $8ouih.il," t'Iofll'oOuul.I.l.r'( ; Minute" iMrt nrIh.t .
I' .rt' ]N'.FIo.t' .'t.so. Itt "t .. ,. d ".. Mar '. mi aol."lIly lit.. North Hhorrif, ih.St .. III1'1: : .RTHF.R KL\'r.D Ihlll 0rlfII ropy if 'hi. RreolutiMi. kr ....

L11 RFV R. M rtMiiN" M. l... Rector ,. lii.ii. RIM. ,. in the Nmith.in, In.I .. ( .., ,. .r Ihi' KooIOIl.l, I Iw ll.hed on__ ...). for four romavewtrr.*
81'rNCrK: "SI PlliHTM f t.r.t.. n MIteltK ....'. -141 a. m.. II..ly I .,n.ttuInIi.. "I.I s...nll. I'..In.. t thi.nee run hn-li: .,ilylo ..ni.l(., ,1 I 'in ll.ul.lr p >' of I)....... in ihe offlc to.* ....... (In The A, t.o.l N. .... a __
I.uella. II'""",,'It I MIII, "'''v.' V jr, a. m.. Itiurch -'P "IIIBu ,,I LUMBERi ( ihe nl.r.. of 'ItO Atlantic 0..t, of ..,enI rirculali.( ',n 'II, Mania fount*.
is STILL SCARCE of ihi CI.rk or .the !
I'h.ul''S'.srt orM.II.
roll l..t I Ih.n.' I Ite.M,i I .. .
All e .f tkli Bawdl
a mr.rl !> nd and Fourthn.bt Florida. and that the
: : ; .the Norlh .1 lde of Litcl .
Yei r' Nt Inl.Ithence ,
m-mich i I''I>' w : .. Oumy. Floilda( ( und thaiopy a
at the
$ -r 1oI..lh. s. t .t n and H..I l> hail tran.mil, a 01 tied _y
h.nu :::;' : nl ', I run Northerly nlonit Ihe No.1lhlIl'l < ,'.f IhU ,'..olu.ion. he ihli.hed( InTh. I Keiolution. to the Krcrrury of Stale of

., \I -oil! plUMHINr I I Krl'AllivMimhinir o. V.11-slit : "' ..r 'the Atlantic 'Urrin 'to thiNorth I .' Xlunrt' Nv"I., a ne: piier of ren* lit.' ".... of rl(,.".. M'' TsIIa0..ve.
,;( Sen i... 012 Al t"1 (01 0, ALL SAINTS line i.'.f Martin ( ''''hty lit'lt''' iral <'(liciilatl.ni, ,, ( I in Marlln tount rlirIda > I' Adopled, Feb 2-. ISiS.

Met,.hone .Km, .ri. 2CH If Wavrland I 1 :Jt.v But We Have of ''Uh "...t I... its point 01'Innlnir p1..... of lw. onie n. .werk for four. ion.erutive( A".." t. K. POMFROY .

11111111111111111111111111.,illiltilt 11111 Th...1, t..i.d'.y. li, Mo',tk ., Plenty "..h.. Clerk. Board >.f l'st.tlu; r.ssmi.dat.0l .
11:05, a. n,.. -"ornvn j,t'I I H..'ly I".rn.i I I Martin. Cotintr fit... .........
FIRn-METHODIST I no"lnhlh' at .ho ...nh', ...r ''h.1I"'h.y ll> J. R. l''SOl( OIlIlY Clerk
OF TIRES ,: I : :I. : II IT Wnl Second fcinetRe Building Hardware Paint , ..it'I'at'it, 1,1 lit' Fit'M. Suol: l Ii.,.... Com $0111. l Affi, ,,liMm AD.E.TlSE..ESTNOTICE .

UANTrll: Mt.I. ,. ..hilc j ." I, r .1 I. f.. |I *.. Wilford. C AId.ido.' Pa.lor < ....! Nnilwny HiLdro. nfl. .thi.h...,* ,. 1'. Air. 4 II. l I'. 14.; I ,
ES AND PARTS '' '"''hl''... .....h I'' n..... ... .......t ..... SI: :. A. M < .t..'la> ,.. h..".' I and some Wallboard I or.I host I. icle. H..... In It.Hluiirt, Ih..n.' TO .CREDITORS
Mt.' .. .rv. At.." ....".. ( III "f, *. II I I' .I'M. M ..r.tin. Tfc' li"ton 0(111 Kl.lO'y:, ( .nil H.I,utterly( nlKonh .,. (I..Ill' LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTR I. .10. C.,,." Jadc. (_11. Ia aol 'toP
Mann; ; 2t.WANTIIlt. 1 I I..,,', I l'III', I.. 'h. It. d I I ,,.'r' ,. .a SEE US FOR REPAIR NEEDS .hor<. uf. .ih. HI. I I.u.I.. 1 HIthi 10."l 0 I ,: Nan., c.t" fl.......
IN" llr mTAIr HI I
.. > Nirth, linn nf th 11.". (1i.I
llWANTrD ( h..l.IJ.wdv ('I"tI( t'ld. //i""I I' Mo 4. a:ill .,,.' in :;IIt ::; : .lit 1151155 'AIOtOllyuIlItOl.IttIINitIll .I COUNIY COMMISSIONER DISTRICTOF JUIA HANrliT iDcel 4
III ('OIl.I..ii. H'I I "::.:: I.. .: I5lt.r, ;, I t: I I.r. .t:' Ur't.; I 1'.1. I of th* )Into,. Orant I,, u .i..,.Itwhrt MARTIN COUNTY FLORIDA. Yt.nadait' ar'it..byaatd..ed. i

('". It ((00 .1.1." nsA. It.., '''tO tO"' > iante Itti.l'altl'Iath'I', ...to., litiof < ,111.: I II.I' llr.Mil.\ (I'll \It' thr H...rl of > ..
BICYCLE : = 7 : ; I'. 8. Hiuhway N... ...... I fied and i.qo''rrd o i ee B* inr rkuMi
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I t.rui.ha" ,,, ,.,. 1 lt.l'. I. t I '"i I'..u..." ("..115. slloll1' ..t M,1i, CooltI'. anld.auoua..b.it ,,, '. either of
\NTfD.: r. 0' G ."M.m huu.' Uhr".h. ,.. ''!I'I. $nsth.t'it, iiluI .. Ii.. ,'.h'., Ill, St rl.,..run, 'lOot, the Ci''nl) ('ommie.'loner* .... .ka>* SOslll'l> u. eitale ..f /ro ulla'
III 110. K. P itt't, Nos. I. 8. Hnihway. No. Itoat.| ,,'I I.,, sOon' 1'11111., I .li ..1.. Martin l.unl) Morlda( arrhtrh >
j J Banedt deceaied I.t..r M>idl. (_"'|', I II
# I.. .. Ihe .. ..
NOW! FIRST PRESBYTERIAN: mime Iri .etuihi.I lln .r \ ," ,11.1( (Ict.d and the houndarir. ,. Ju.lc. ..r Merlin
C C.ssssy.
]; : : Lt.t .t, arnnire. n,,t I... ihir !j In th* Woman. Club I li All 5'tlO 'Ihe Kaleri.'. R..I "' I .Ih,r,of arr. IIotO'by, chanitcd ,,. lhat .aid lorida.tOo ''unt 0.!>. offl. In tk Court M *
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; r.,.. IrUh'.'". ..". 50lI't I..S.. 1,11, PR. CUSP I U A. IAKRIH( Put orSerato Hlil. 51.n... (,r.nt : them.* rUh W..,. r.''inly I'OIlIll.II' 'on',.. Dl.lriM.( ..halII at Moan: : Florida. oilkin: I ..t raMUar v
d0s'ltl.I.Isl'l,0.t.l.h( I I t ,i. In March. 311I I IIr. crly ulnnn Ill.. ..n,.., II.. ..r. .1.1,1. I h.nce to.lit be .. nearl I i'O'ltl,. I In fro- nonthi front Ike. date. of Ik* fin pakli.
WOU '.v ARAM' EEC 1 I. K. WHIrR. lhe. ('itt.... Md I IimmillYlimilllliHIlillilNIHIIMIIimil I I. N it..' t.. M.le 1 I' Mt I Kahrno Komi to n point' ...h,..... '..01.I..r. I l1'h.t',: I : to inpiilHtlon nil |>o.silM-( xllhCOUNTY I ration, of thi. nilic I *. Eo.... claim or .d.id ..
.. I. ihi. ...,. I : : :,,,, .r\\.. : .
I .1 I .'.-' "In." the. r." ". a" 'hthi .' Is llnif .r V'la.Itsul th.rtf .1u lI'Il'I 'A o. fol.I .... ......1 .b* in writinr and mj.l Mat
I I. ,,,,, ,' If: I No. .r. : ..h..,.. 0511 N"'h'iI.I..n. 10'" : the plac( 'f r<"(ldn lit. .'..1<. Ii,. ..r 11..lIlt'. H.,....l..lNj lb.ri.Il1o.la bd .en
's s Bike Shop FEMALE HELP WANTED i iANTH BIBLE VNIONCOVCBEGATIOT'JALPsi; : I ,. II anti! Ih. 051051Iu. ..h..of.,. COMMISSIONER I : 'r'o ky the .laintatt, .':, a*

I ,. City ohiO I I' khown ti'. Cot"....,.II.,. AIt ...."".. DISTRICT NO. I ." or ih.. lam. ( .1 )
!hawnv Tnt stand ipiIiiItiiuiIIuuIflhIIIIIiIIIItIIuttIIIIIIII,, I III \ IIMIHIMIN I I PACKARD. lt'' ".rII ,h. ( II yoflilu.. ,,I. I.. ,",'Ill'nit. ceordmif 0" tn (law. .1 .I
W..rnu', V,tcken ni dw '. :'. .,. m rhr.oL ,ro .01. ill tOl'lOI'I.. tho "'n"'I'" II".. 1I.ltlholn.. .1 lit. 51,01055l10r. lined ,h.. lilt day it kUrck DF ..
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III.... .na-'V. ,ikl(,. thi. H.I. 'I.lu : C.m.thone 11..1. t" ".r $ .II..h( I' Ih T..w..hlp( SII A
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RElATlfu1! ] K TRADE "11" ,, n.., ,I M,,,'" I .. r. He 'It. n-C"YT"t"O eU'LD' YOU" toOu.c .t' ", .: ..tIll.. 0. n.n"' U 1 Rai.. lit'n05. 0,51II ISIS

Pst'EIottI] Huhv.' s I. if PRESBYTFRTAN COMMUNITY' 1"1"0' ;: .04':'. YOu" CIIIOIO: It*,,,,.run' ,if, Northerly the tlorldu nlmir rKnlloni :"",I itll.III 1'.1... ".,,.itlit. .. N."h .u'k, tth.Ilt..' .ecutor1HAUII ..' 10. 15.1010 .(.f:l'l. r.FL

WAN-i.r.o-Glrl--: ; ;,;; :;;to kh. CHURCH Sound t 10 .the. point <", I.InPR8CINCT ..". tb (h.. 1.11'1.Ki,.,lrl Rh''r.>. .ho....it.u.'a.na or 'the North" ....roikf th* ......4. ..

bond flat M".,ik I"IIOI. We tram I Hobe ..InI..., ., HHIITO'N Florid.
> in the II t. Lucle 101 I'olulit, <' North. ,.Ik.
mperien"e i e...itary. (;.ooti RFF. L. Mil !NU. Paator .. .. Alo,00f"P.S., '. ",
you nv -- -- -- ---- ""Icily, appr.m.h "f the Koo.pv.lt(
corking, condilnn.] c", .I .pay Poopl..1La..ud.y. { I In. m. Sunday School *. I lllg i In Hlunn. Hindu: thencr. March 14. 21 -'. Apnl 4.
SI.. ,, .hp.
..r.1 I I II I" H m 'r"t'v "or .
run. In No.'h"'I' ( and Nl.'rl.Il'ylI'.n "
Hive 1I."lh"It( ,, .1 1",111'' shot.. lit.l'nulit'rtt i .. .
Some U. S. atone ihr N irth' ihoi .r LEGA ADVERTISE.r'TOnCE
WANTFILaUndrY: worker for ] STUART ..,.p.h ..I. ,lit. l"lridu .. HI I.u.(. HI., to Kroall. Pointtheiiri ( :
Fan: limit !Hallway( UrldiM( in Bits I
run Hoiilhcrly. alon' Ihe lta.t. OF INTENTION TO MAKE
650x20 second khift Sep .\niy Tsima I( Ham.East Church Fourth Mrvim.W. Street. InlH..I., .the ....... ..I 'lh<' SI.. In''U. .'It .hu..r* of tit. M. I.*.,.... Ills,. APPLICATION FOR FINAL,

Riv.r. (Ii"''n'.ls. Kotithtrly' nlnnir Ihr in. lit South.. .,in tip of "..all.( Point ; DISCHARGE
at Pfople'i laundry i 'ltr..t.I > '..n...... te.llm'"nlal ...., .
8.Ply ..'ClockCHURCHES rrnlvr llnp of ml.l Knlluiit( 'lu Ihi ih.nr. runolherly, alm( Ih* '
Rayon 'I I ( ;Wo'L\ "..Iht( tlh'l'I' .,mo 101.,..., ''h. ''."I'r W."trlv I ahorr of the Indian RltrrI I In th.. County .' *l Mar
OFCHRIST." SCIENTIST 'IllS pulAII$6 CSURTEtIDPhEsSOO'Too ito' of. Colorado( Av.nm. "n 'lit. ('(11.( I I': lit. Noith" Co,inly boundury;, ,lln* tin C....". J. .
RUCK TIRES I 5Q.45.55' ,s sut. ( 5PSND A QuilT of $lsrl., :'lit. ,.1150 "lun Hmih.il, I >. iilnnuIho if ViolIn (County. I hence run VW.talonir I Mecard .b. .. ..e I -

SORE 'IIJAIKY," I. the ...hor' ..' ,h.' EVSNINQINQ STUART ..,,,'.r (lln( of mil, C'.>.(lormlo A,.. iald Northi. County bound .r 1 _
Al.o I. .. .,. ..h..h ( I.* t'.I 011",' .1111'ItO.' rxtoniiliin( Ihvn.i",f. "hl(<'hlKmtv I.A I. al,., (lln.. lo Iho l IM.I..I ... |.1.l cr orliilnnlnil EDWARD P Slum I I1S.ny4 _
EATCVERS II- h'.Mrrfe|'hr.t.t.A. ,iciill.t, Ih ,tih't nuo'na. Knud. N.i.. .1. Ihni .. a ( : oI.., .11 ,thni .win, "f thr I _

.. tt.,I.,. ..srI.l "n S..u. .d* Ms.. '.. h .'ITI (poln' 5 > ...01.. (Inli-( ,'.""!, 'Ihe Nirlh' 1010....I. Ih MlIlIn ( lti. (.. Piunda TO Al I. TO WHOM IT MAY l"o\CfRS. _
> ". ill, of ihi. Hun., on I.t, : ..h..n.... .'" (Ill. ,. (h..fth .lit.. llI.I. 1II..r and Nonce il 10".,.> rn..n .
,. 1O.'r.. T. V .i. : "M"" 21: WIU. MAnS NOUs Wl.r, ( HlonK( th* Nurih. line( ..r ."i.l .Ill. ..\11..11.. 51.....I.. r.nm..hl(, (IlnIl filed tn> final( nt.it .. .., ..... .

H ULMER MOTOR I THROAIdOld. to',,:,", 'uht.'SrS.rs lrt.0, this'( ;': ie'r j.t.15,1,5.: ',h:7.: Hut.I'..... (]...in, I t" p.hil.( ( *h,.r.. .rn. ... .(,'(lll'l 1I..h"( I.* of Ih. e.la.e .f Fdward t pier, ._
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CO. ,',. tIiIr I ,,. ar. 5505. 05.? '''s t.Ititloy' Intinr.l, ih,. wnvm. of th. .S,.,11.itit'tt'k : h..e f.led s O
S : : I of. Ihr HI. I nrlt. Kl\rr, Ihfnc.nxitndir .' COUNTY COMMISSIONER -i d,:' ,., and hal I f (ill :.
: aor 15(111. bsia..s.t' Ihlnx areluaUc DISTRICT NO. a ,. ..rahle. Arthur R. .
Ihi Went .10.,.. of the Houlhroik > .
II .
.. 155.551,1 I fiItos '''r rl. I IMil" -
melt .1
w ... of Martin Count .
VapoR"b Jod
Let a little if. ih. Bt Iiirli. III< "I' (in l lounly ) ....
.. : u .
I thip .
soothe sore ,, t r h. 1.. t'* I'll llculinlnir in the ,onto line if on Ih* rth d.> of ISIS .. .
fine lo ( ,
Works Northri dlrtrtlon to 1lht phii Avri. r
the it t'i
H..m., tongue. I. ,Ih,""n tl'hll. It': i. : 'h. Hi'nlrn end of I h. t.ldaE..t approval of the lo die -
; ..... Dn thrust due to colds anJ Inlpt relieve A''"",,, th.. ..t.llon. .kirk cnnrm.en I ---- -- of iKKlnnlnirRculnnlrtK( I ,. C.nl. t llalloay llr.l. e In Olo.aI'l. .. lb alaeI.lI I,(cm.an' ... ,ito "
I.hd. .n..11 Imtatlon In urper breathing passages. 'I'',' I I. ..... .$. ,m..n Ii .th* r..I1".ih,, bum ] PRECINCT I. Horldn( lit o1O010 Laiterly loll. of d.ard: $pic.r dc._ 0 .
.. nyinahem t h. 11.11.. .1 r'..r all thai I. i In th. t luv 4. 0(1.1(5.. lit. !boitit'' Iit'01 vI tO.SI. Thi. Slit di> ..t.March, l 4'.. -
: | ToaseSpasmsofCou&hinr. .. I ,.1 f the fl-.h. and ih. I... ..f th. I..eh',. 1(15.... litelleltr5l,1el0 RLH.rH O KPICFR.Ai -
uelllnir hot I Smiles An Hour ServiceFROM ( .
; it S point( 'n thi' Wr'l.h. !
Put good spoonful VjpoKub/ in a ..., I h. pride ..f life Ii i'"'..0"I Sixty .,,il.l, .huro In a Houlhcrl. directs, Anclllaiy( ( .,r of the. ...
kx Ih KleclrU i I a : ; : : .,..' uf (ito ..t. I..ml.( Kit( r nit. n- sit..teIit.. 110..10. II... oflit E. .
: And Ih ..olllt
: relief I-t "f Ik* sarll. 0 b. rterraird
: Wondcrtul ruth. n of r
i 'it' 1'.1.
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bII.Itng.'AMI'f bowl boiling water lit N.rth lln of ihi (M llllalI OraniIntiKi .. Fdw.d .
lI.n..n ((1511(111,, .. .ito '
I 'it.. ,11' ,.....Ik ...ayand lit 11.1It. T. T (' ,.' fIS. _
y..r. uld. breathe in Ihe steaming I "'t. .Ill. Sl,.raol'01 rlM rthinro ..
come al I. .. ...I ..10. "I. !1"1. Hn '; 'h.o.
you ( .r
f ..' J..h" 1.15.1711Tb. r AncilUrt(( r _
II r.
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.b. lIuund. medicinal vaporJ' thdt ptnetr.W to !I I. ..tl., ".,IiI.I." 'InI..I.. 'lb.rh run Wmlorly,. ( "." the .NotlhMm. 'u. ....u'hw..ly. al(..ni> 'the North'f th*A".r.eclair ..r rd.ard: ( t. Mpicer, .x.n.. dereae. < ,_
(I orul.l linn. Ornnt to lit ( .
breathing l paa- tr.tlt lit. hrall., ,, THE WONDER BOYS in lit .1' lit Ilun.n Gnh' 00 tit March T. 14 21. 2'. luir
-- cold-congested upper "'st.' 't'5"' _
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oh or'otlll5 l"to..I. lit..ntr oru. ] .
"-.' ;'ul., II .Itk 'I tI( (IIh" IT H Hliihwiy Nu I :
'I I.lJIVV ugrs. ooothca the Irritation. quiets 'i'I': : MI.I .I lt.itl5", ", lro Nar, : II.. Ih"hw..v. 1'1". I. 110.'''''0 ."" lit.'II' .. ran Ih a $..."..10.1.( dl..I..hnl. LEGAL, ADVERTISEMENTNOTICE : \
Off j.. N .mrN7;: fits coughing helps. dear head. I" 'II' ..., .n4 I (lIo"thor'y,' ...Ihn" 'h. ."h''r' lit. ...IU. I...,., lit r.nh.r till. ..I l' S. lIi..h.
.. ., IIlu rt Hal" I ,.1'. Th..IlTh.alrt' KENNY LEON and JACKTO (4. 11I.10.( N... I I"I.. ....Ih'' ...h.... w.,. N... I h I IllIlIt sit.'nas.I .
r..1 .h..... a' '''''''' :
tl For Added Relief k.ru& on t., ..r I 1 .01. I I.ll'l'I. ...'Ia '10. ..n..'. IItr ..r I h..r..I.. .h.t (I. k"o .. .hr
throat chest r.doubJe.ectlOf'lknJ'V fcimou. h. I'' ...,,,..t I. kh"WO .. .."h'r"" JI.I. l.sl I" 511,01.... 11".1( I. tho 1I..n. t.ht: 1 -
lIps" I' >-r'it: ; ; / >'.0:1::: ,, If""h,, Ir.nl; : 'h,'II.'l. 0110 Wi.I'll .lit,,,,,,, (ru" II.'Ill 110.......((5 0blIIt nO.1I1 .r Coaul.C.msi..Ol.s.ra of'
: aller RleeplJack : i . .. ".. I"." .Is will.( rrreite1 b4n .
Krow I C K S : SERVE YOU IS OUR GREATEST JOY 1(11,1111 I'h. 'h" lit.i..' .'..r ,..101 h.. .. Ill I' IIh". ? .hl liut't.s. RuuII Ih. follovinti ,
..u r I ".I'h" t..lt'l. lu n point "h,',, 11(111'lll'r t I.i H ,I'Olnl( sit ,v Site enmi inl. rircliIhe :
ark Jinien RUI I ... ., (I. .... Mooel D.''. -
I VAFO .('..tt000I'fll'l' III' or 11lalionI ( renter Ii notIl. R.mil, Noft 1'.1 'il
-I_ -- WE'RE A-COURTI.V Y'ALL. IN DAID EARNEST N.., "1110.\ : l'lol'l' (It' Sotilh.ry1(1,1g ( : ,lit en..o'u.' Northerly( lloni(. thrrenter Bid .ill( ... fur > uirqual -
.. .. line of Htate. Koail No >5 lo llul O ill up and.
( (th. .ht.r IIh. .r dt.t. Hn (
( Yei w* hav* WE'UNS AIR : WE'UNS WANT TO SERVE Y'ALL No. I.''Stoapo ml oh... ''',lol0I'lS Ih..... the ,point( whcrt, ..01. ,inten.ert, VH lb. 2511, ds, ut M.nb. 1011, .T.Ii'

'---. ) VERY DAY. YOUNS 'I.L FIND WI<;'U S I INTER. tO. N..h..1 r.t'n.rt" I 1I'I"hII ( .. HlKhway Nn. I : thenc run. Northnlonic Or I.lit.l0 1,1 ,.IsrI .
-- ( .the continuntion( of Mat Road hid.
DELIVERS Ih TO..h.hlt, 99 (I .it. Room' H
S MY TRUCK Ei>TlN CNTCUTAININ AXP IIULJ'FEL h. 1415,10. ( titWnt No. >5 Ill. Ill. ,'11. of. Kluirt.( onnil. J. R rOlFROY. Clerk
I".t hl..hlt
: .v.run
lf-Priming ., BOARD OP (
,Ill. (". bnan ( An. Ctll'JTV t.'III.IO)
.r .10. $5510.
IIho allh" U to tiTlhe o7 the' !
." ..h..r (II.( lorlda F.NUTIS l.t'\.TV, 1111'( '
POSTED ON FARMIN\ ",..( coptrtfoy(lou 31 ..r ..01.1Tumutitill M.t Coait Hnllway lit.... run (015.
aot' ((OllOOt: thy,"'"'r",. No.1. Narh. .
N.rthwot.rly. ,lilonii thr line of the 1. I.
CATION PUMPS TO YOUR fARM ANIML'LE RAISIN. WE'LXS: 'LL GIVE Y'ALI to the Houthci.it' cornel of nail, ...." Hoilda( ( rant (.....t !Hallway(( to, Ih. _
lion II : 10,51. I'ln Nnr'h' 'Is lit. .
.(lac of beKinnmi LEGAL -
polnl 01 |
HELPIN HINTS : 8oiithea corner of Section I IB obait

2<>,iOOO Gallon. Per HAVE ENY IDES JEST BRING THEM TO WE'UNS. .hi Townehlp ...1 K....: lit.... 1Io COUNTY 'OMMISSIONEa's NOTICE
'to the ""olit' ,sa1005't.'o" ? 501" DISTRICT( NO. :I _
tlon* 22 uf nail(,( TO"'h'' hh' and Kanmthenc '-
OUr Capacity.; WAYNE LAYIN MASH .. "u" $4.45 run North to the Soul,, h..ai Itenlnnlnr.( at th. Routhtatt. hourd. of T.."Board(oumy of County r. ,d.C".I .

\ WAYNE CROWIN MASH .. 4.35 I'.O'h" oC Sllnn I .r .loJ T..h.hll'. .'v (line of !Marlin County' Horidirun .,d. nn 0 tk. followmi.radio teler.koiM.a.
: an4 Rsn55: lit.t,00lt No.1 'n lit. then., W.slllnn.I. it. Koulhilnry

PeeULMER WAYNE 20% DAIRY FEED ., un. 4.05 $,nit, ..,.. .o.n.r of 1I..lIoh 1 "r, .."ITDwn.hlp ('tlIl line of nld. ( t oumy, lo tO.SuIbs' *qulpnent I Motorola I Model Xo. FMATK.tDM .-
.. .h" R....: th 0010005 North .., .Drn.. or 110511,1 10. complete two-way Mobile Inil com. I I
WAYNES TURKEY MASH 4.65 10 the HellO. ..lnn''r. or 1I..Ilnh 9. To"n.hh' 4ft Mouth R.h. 4* Fait. prued of lO.Hltt. r M. imnaamnur _.

MOTOR WAYNE TURKEY PELLETS 4.75 ,Towh.hlp U Bo".h. R..R' H.:.., : 'h'h,'' ,lIn ]1.rlh (10 the I0'n.'lhs..ly0o5o1 .,dsssal.SFMK.eouuIs.550 _
n." th,n.. nIl, f:.., 10 110" mIMI' or .h. 01 1I..tlOh R I In ...Id 10",. gr5hooulbroar.s.u.lanl.I.aa.4

CO. WAYNES STARTER MASH 4.75 Atlantic 0.... : lh.nr. run, In a Northerly .hlp ..d n.,,"; lit.5.0,1,1, F..I 10 Initalkrd and. ready ., I
To time'and trouble my and Norlhwriterly( dlrectlomranderlnir ( Ih* Southwell' corner of Ken. It. ..D. _
if.1I,0 save'you WAYNE HAWG FEED 4.25 Towh.hlp 8tI Solit Snug. U .::0."; Lamp'hin
_._ lh> W oitoo.t ito I Model No. 101 frranrar :
, ;;;: .. will deliver high.quality WAYNES STARTIN MASH 4.40 At''h.l"' 0..... 'h'.h.. In.iI.n(( ..hd lit.n.ul. North lo Ih* Kouihwett' Monitor.
It .tn'' II baii 01 truck .t.. L"ol. ItloOr to t h. polh'( ..,. 1'1.... corner of Section 10 of uid. Town.th I Motorola Model No. I'.IIs. 1.-
.101"" .h", It5lHll: thnvs 10(1 ROll Ia
, Q. Sinclair products right to your farm. We Wonder Why You Neglect: Our Free Service: DC b."lnnin.(( !lolI'h...., corn.r of fcrctwn ISof I .. FSR-IIR Sta- -.
and Ibcnc .o..I. 1..1 )
mid Townihlp H.nite
, .. h'l.dl: r .I': : I wheneveryou PRECINCT B.n.'nhlh" ", nS -
: : or write me ..un 10 the Norlbt000r. .ln .u- -
I I.. k itsi... IItu.rt Just phone ol 8.c'tlon II of .Id Townihip. ..ndlOss 'antenna for 1141 *->
.. .t .h. Rnlhont boundary ... the "North.eaat e..I..n Calr. lin* '.
thenc .1 lo
; run ( .
or Martin rloHda. lit.mn'Olin _
lln County
--- need coupling antenna rrirnrTkw <
of Sction' 13 t
W.it aloni( thv South boundari .rh.' ,....t ,. for *-.- i .
(, an4 Ra.....: th..... run t .
I'004: i o.I ':r"hu hlI kerosene, farm oils lubricants .! lino or laid County lo Ihe' 8outhw NUrlh 10 Ih. No"h.t 0lll.0 Ifnli.n nn any fraun .. .ky Ik. f InildnHinhway 0
., u t flnl.h... I'I.k corner or Strtloti 10 Townihlp, 4(1 II. TU"'h.hlp IS Sstit patrol. .
'IP .I..tl..n grease KfNNETH 311 MM ELL to ito No..h..... corner of th* water of Ih. Atlantic( Ocean ouipnient or ill qu.l I. up t* udl in. ,: I '
""'h; ; : ; !Section. S In eatd Townnhlp mil Kunae. t h.h.. m.nd.roni 'h. wallIl, .f rludmi' Ik. tutk day of Mirck. lOIS. \
,: :ftS Y... w '; m n.mm InsectSprayorstockspray PWONE 76 J STUART. FLA. thence run Lait to th. Houthwem Ills AllanI* 0.1151(0,1( the taetihor Tho BMrd rrm Ik. right t* rMTt : ;
of Section M Town.hip >< oar bid*
comer .* of Martin County (la a South o..1 -
::: ;= : South. lUnue, 41 Ka.t : thence run rio direction to Ih. point or pliM I. R. POMEROr. Clint. .
FULTON Agent North to the Soulhwe.t' corner or of hymning. Board of County C.ntn>a .ionn. Mar.. '
SlUllii I f1'' "* A1RCUNhn B. D. KENNETH STIMMELL PHONE 76.J Section ill or laid Town.hip and tin Coolly Florida. "
od. tto.! - It.,..; to.nesnu, E... to the South COUNTY 'OMMISSIONEft.S I Co, COlml..on. hol) .

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PAGE EIGHT THE STtAKT !SFW' <' S1I1RT;; Martin County, FLORIDA, TIIITISD\T M RCH 311. 19W. --- _. -

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JltllIlllIIllltllltllIllllIllllllll II II 11111 III rh1-, n, \ H w McComb> ha Mi ,mil! :\11' Earl Tiltman have Mr and Mr.fal! Kl'K11"Stuart
I v riticn that Iw has zen reelected returned, to their home on Ak I pet the season at the their In Announcing My Candid
Social News of returned tu
7'I } GRANT LEEK i i ,'',dut ol tin West V.rglnla run Avenue from Lyons, Ga.. afui Hotel have Pa
I i 1 ,}wrist Society In 81. Petersburg lifting his father, \. H. Till11 home in
I REFRIGERATION and ELECTRIC SERVICE Stuart Cont'dIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll awl led Us Musing and also mn, for a week, I FOR

4 Stuart Phone 216 I )...uU the singing for I.he Ohio NORTHBOUND:o : TOlKIsTSJVM
I I I I 1 1I i Society and aaI1"Tbe Holy Clt I M*,. II D Un'flood hat asher STATE RMLROIDSThe of uhn.

\1\\ I Mr and Mrs L M Johnson 1 Sod tv. and sans "The Holy I guests at South Harbor, Mrs. II | rush on the accommodations part Commissioner
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, and clnldun, Bob and Jill of I City:' for the Vermont Society I John Fr-nch \\'i'con!' and Edward II | ter tourists for officials of
teIt I' Eldorado Heights went to Miami I Rev McCombs has been Invited I IL:eper 01 Cleveland, I north has begun and -
w REAL ESTATE AGENT I Friday, to take their mothei! j ui preach and sinn both for Uoi the' Florida East Coast and report Seaboard I For the New CountyCommunion ; }
I Miami
WANTED Mrs F VV Babbitt to hu home i i I churches Pittsburgh: i| Dr and Mrr Ross Tucker, af- railroads at pwpfr I l District No. '
I, that three times as many
-I-- vacationing for a week at dayas
I each
Attire man or HIfountry ,In. list I, show mil sill Farms and Mrs Minnie MoirU und I Miss Lorraine McPherson Is !, the St Lucie note), left for their I apply for reservations reservations avail '' 4 (Which Consists of'

B properties In. pro ili' our. :\a..nald'rrll..lnr. brings daughter: Joyce are gucs.s!\ : ol arriving Saturday morning fromCentl'nary i hone In 1 Atlanta Dr Tucker 'is there are Pullman all of I
for and
; I Ii demand 3
to you I-\pprlem ml i'+,inlljl I: MI train von for the workIIIHK Mrs Leonards at the Carlton I IHowl. I Junior College Hack- 1 an old resident I or Stuart, havingllvet able The parlr of No
i A profitable Ill'rmalll'nl ,, .linn with the \\'...rld'lI largest I They drove down with I'''el..town.. N. J.. to prnd the 1 i here in ,.lt, '! space Is especially Nt. 6))

tountr) Rral I: I"It.11"111'\ : In business IU )'tart. :Many of Lt Leonard from Cape Charles Easter vacation .'IUher parents Y

Gut agents are l'al'lIil1"! ""ii'i MI.mill( per tar, Va Mr. and Mr. Boyne MeI Mr and Mrs, Robert Conncly i'

Preference liven i" apphuusl!! + l Ie" ilnl In towns or Ullage*, I Fhnson of fit Lucie Estates, ol Chicago: arrived Wednesday |I j
fir on main hlghuaOur al char of noun or tilltgc. Mr, and Mrs. Harold A. LUIIK- __ to upend several days as the Docks, Seawalls I AM ASKING YOUR r's
well wrre guests Wednesday of I IDi Mr, and Mm of Mr. and Mrs. Neal
IrI J. Meld Ittpn''l'lIlalhl will uinliilon. during! first part of Geirgr Harkney ; guests FOR THE f
.Vprll Please ariselating. address' and |phone. '. and Mrs Talmadge Wilson, : of Johnstown. N, V. were guests' Bishop at their home on Atlanta Boat HousesAll SUPPORT
e -- I I last week of Comdr and Mrs !I avenue and First street I NOMINATION AS
III'I lit l I.oi! ( IM 'I'|0 ( U)MM", Mr, and Mrs Carl L Ileac of almadge Wilson cnroule to Del1 -

Nlpprrslnk Lodge. Port Bewail I 1 lay Beach. al their river front i! Mi and !Mrs James Currit of Types Of Marine
STROUT REALTY AGENCY are leaving Sat ui day on a trip home on the St. Lucie rIvEr. The flea: Ridge, N. J.. (ho have been t ConstructionIVAN
to Vaimu and Jamalrn. I 13, W 1'1 Ilarkuu liked Stuart so well :Ithe' guests' for a week of her i|

112 N. Woodland Blvd De Land Fl*. I lint 'hey are planning to return -j'I parents Mr. and Mrs. M C. Van TAYLORP. COUNTY COMMJSSIO\'
W M'Y'I'slck
rCharles i
lor a weeks tailing before Ness of Paterson, N. J.. at the
.- -- who has been visiting<'r parents : nine to their northern homp.I I I Pelican hot*I I. have left for their O. Box 474
Mi und\ Mi.... r Lec- :
man 1'"t Uss: (ok J J"I i iIKI OsagnI I :Mis Paul Brown of Jackson I I I _. _- tHi!
K.hl t'J, 1 IlIhbRndlit ",indidiii oil my pas' "
City JOin \lllt arrived Saturday to \lsltMi Lt Max Leonard of Cape I ,, I 111-: < art
the 1"II'" oj i }li'MCV P, :('lIh Mr and Mrs. Evan -- ,,' 1 111'1111'i i I' 'ol'd!, If elect!'cl n br\
Crary a ? '
Charles Va. It ipendln., a two> h'I s
'I'J'k I I' ,11111\1'i _' .-l a 1VKP tin citizens and vo, "
\trek ut !their home on Cardi- weeks" leave with his mother, L. -'Iudod, | | I II i i at
i vdiidi! J a II th) d -dOOIPJU II :'"d I rat \\' iSt. Luci Estates!: .
believe lit Mrs Ka e Leonard, at the Carlton : l 0>till n I'\

/11111111lliIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIlllllllllliil1tiOIJR! I II II! hotel '.' limn( us to redistrict all ol \lirut,
i "'its Paul D. Newton and HOLLAW 'J l 1\\ I'" q.I|
putting ,,y store \ < .'I,uhtu Mrs Robert Chitten- II III ,, I. :j,i l'I i,> ol population may make .1 'ron
Mrs Fred Lamb, who !ha. but
4'CNStOINBI'S ; 111 1:4": "' =- : I ::41-1..4 dal., i of Newark. N. Y.. who have I ,111"i' 0 the) \votci, but It is my und rat uldluttlilt .
right in rs \ifc ting\ her cousin Mrs Edward In early issue ol 11,1,
y ? uijlMicd an I
H I nt the' winter in the Italian ( <1' [
Rwann for two months left Sunday -
und I am asking all th' Inters.
iiu up
411 sill
ist on Castle Hill left
home Mon-
NEIGHBORS RADIO I IS ) for her home in Marshall .
,'I. \ b\ motor for New Orlean<. Mo I I lrtl,, t to I i Meier by candidacy
it, /ulla and the western coast.Arden __ '
OE A PLEASURE SHOT, r I s<'1 M ,tl is your commission: for th past:
OFF= BUT CAN'T i John Dunscombe of Fort Laud- I .r1I, IIIy,; ; ::11i; 01 month for many >earxi tht
list So GLAD TO GET '-ethic spent the week end vislt- tts ',,'. I!."I<' in the early days know the hardship
00 ANVtUlNGABOUT' OUT OF DRAB COLORS 11,u: hh parents. Mr and Mrs | \ I II i, .Mil id In bringing Martin Count a then ,

rr-: ; ; ., INTO THE NEW SPRING (.111'011 Dunscombe of Riverside .'. '" dd! l 1- I It'rl proud ol the different m i. I Ym

'-0 L ; t.( '() SHAPES. l lTOILLTAILS Road St Lucl- Estates- 11 j, 111\\ I J'i .I t in helpiiiB! to nnk' a ba antI

'" TNL SPRINO I (nil
( AT :'Caand: :'1:1 s. J. F McMillan of s
l liuithKVllie Ohio armed Fri I \\a'i "" :IhC board of commissioners : Dade

I 'I ) \," STUART div, night: to visit their son-in- .,1\,1 I\, flu '1111"i ;urltory was known as D:,(ic Co
r".' DRUG CORP.MANL law and daughfr :Mr and! Mr- .imlud\ 1 r .ul kd I both at horn:, and in Tallali'*eli P

i/ B r. Tillman. at their home ::1 Palm H"wh County. Palm Beach and Dade

t I SPRING CLOTHES HIP Atlantic Apartments Mi "r/It'" / 'I 1..., 1 tlnry: won too large, we CI.". drd( 1 P

EVEN MORE EECOMINOf McMillan left Sunday to .penoi I'," mu; r,' I ,1 i n, 1!>-4.-5 Mil tin County, which!. I hour\(

c '. .. i ,> \\el'ks'lslUnK in Mlarn, ,indh ..1hi1111: 1 \ .' :I, M I'II.I -
i I I ask record in the con
tupport on my
''Don't kt thru radIO .(1"( sin<, UNITED STATESSENATE

trouble' too imp llanl i i :Mr and Mrs Edward \lu1!; May primaries.
The telephone is more I than convenient communication .\hopent the season in Fjuu \,.
It is a means of doing business a for the {cottage Jensen Beach '
way I SHOP Hu complete diicpili i'... FLORIDA anti/. Notion
our to their home cm tape
merchant to put his store In his customers' homts. -etuCe ("d" l Need In the United States R. L. (Dad) WAICUSTOMSUITTAILORED !

In Senate sucS Outstanding Service
serving business, the Telephone Company I I __ i
I at Holland/ Cave ot Worlmr,
accept a great responsibility-the obligation to ",1'1.:1Pence.... ,:i who went tu' Governor ant ot State Senator I 01 ,'" ,I Ad."h.emenlltaca1GA2.
II \* Film; Beach last Friday 1-I
meet every need of the business man who depends I- --- -
Ii / ..... n: her great aunt, Mrs SueP
on the telephone u: kir of South Whltlt>'. I..d" --

With the Company-as with the corner drugstore !: i Im!! IUlllllllmllllllllllllilllilllllllll'I Water Blue Glass$2_50 Toilet ;:Norman;r Vat: her Bennett grand-mothd' returned Tues-Mrs I,

-earnings are vital to continued success. And I Old Spice Toilet c'.ts' to her home on Allan' Ave

because the telephone has become a part of every I Water $1.00 'nut. .. i
Firendihip Garden Toilet .
day life, telephone earnings are a subject of Im Water $1.00
REALESTATE :"tricla! L. \\llmot daughter
portance to all Cotton Blossom Toilet Mi! :."cl Mrs \. L. Wilmot of

In 194S telephone earnings were the lowest In Water $1.25 t '1"1" i Inland left Thursday for
Plus Tax r i, L I., to spend Easttrj I f
the past 23 years For 1946, the outlook is for even It i"I'ii, with her room-mate SHIRTS

lower earnings In keeping with the general trend .. I :.ntihou. i 4
throughout the country, wages have recently been: a PDIY4 "
ml Mrs Talnndgc; WlI-
increased The cost of everything else going Into ,,' her mother Mrs F K. !

the furnishing of telephone service is a\.i\ climbing. u i ,,'. ',lent on a trip to FortI .,
I malt/ last week to viist.i I II ,1.,
Adequate earnings are a basic necessity to the
Investments rrD.r i J. Ir. at ill. Fort Lauderdale \f
American way of life Earnings must be sufficientto .. I

enable industry to maintain high standards of --I II \\

service and to attract capital for expansion As for I Sales and Listings Thtougli- -------
SALES See Us For -
out Martin County I
the Telephone Company, they are indispensable (If

the full usefulness of the telephone in carrying on | W. B. TILTON : & -FR-W.... .. J11-RY...... -:=.. Repairs and !

the business of the community is to be safeguarded SERVICE j.1---; t Parts :I II

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Philco Line of and


Your tools and machinery will be 401 Itttincu
lit fame
protected horn extreme exposure r1
to rain, tun, ice, and snow when shins .
styled to ttlk.!
Q ESTATE ELECTRIC RANGES CLARK and ESTATE WATER HEATERS ) the smartly] usual Rote so popular with Amcnu. best
you paint them with Glidden Im 'eoplement

-I- ESTATE FUEL OIL CIRCULATING HEATERS dressed. men. BeAutifully Ullort! .
and Tractor Paint Covers JU\\II ,y the, lass quality detail ; with piped

GENERAL LINE OF SMALL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES solidly in One coat -keep. seams > hand.sdc"Ub .
needlcwork and other lIaUm.r.s!

I'I EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE ON machinery bright, rust.free. uCam.utcr shulmektr! the SU.lJl\otll'

WASHERS, CLEANERS AND SMALL APPLIANCES : IS trllly"as finc as shelled. hands tau Sale'! .

1 4\ Gallons $7.95

1'l' Opening Date April 8th .lIMrJ'mtD, and


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did THE STCAKT SOWS Strutr Martim: County, FLORIDA, THtRSDAV, MARCH 28, 1948, PAOE NINE

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should thank Lincoln: kitr gpsmg SWOCET SATS HOLLAND IN PLEDGETO correction of deficiencies In the Attempts to produce floor and

IJINZL Heb it this! thing hummer and 'l l/anc\ rF wxmarstsArM.a -- HomeDemonstration II HELP VETERANSWith program of aid for veterans, wall tile for bathrooms and j
F nationally knn'D.. eACN Ax0 kitchens were made in the United
I conservationist "We hear on every hand of
writer no CB&- uMi rue! eti"4pr1 half the state covered States even before the Revolutionary i
; lag, and chances) are that Law 1I'tO during the first three weeks of delays in the granting of educational War, but successful production I,<

r (IN THE FAMOUS I be able to get national paMkajy Notes his speaking itinerary, Spessard help, of the inability of did not get under way ,
for us on Florida name' L Holland, Florida Wartime veterans to secure housing or until the 1870's, I :
t t. Lucie ; I Jim Murphy 0-0-0 or I&t.kaDllll1'JDtpresident By :MISS LUCILE INSCOE Governor, next week will swing loans to purchase surplus property

SPORTSMAN IS A GUARDIAN OP NAt u./.. RESOIIRCFStN .. through the northeast and then which they badly need and
of the Florifta ..
TRUI .a-
e Jump to the southwest cornerof of
manifest injustices such as
life Reach for Potato Instead of ,
Federation a
member* Beach, t.oo-but. In the Emits a the State
sailfish Club height of the failure of the present system SAFE. DEPENDABLE
uart' plea in the the
same issue for
will *ratulat& West tournament activity the savingof syunt- Among the points the ex-gov to allow terminal accuma- PEST
Beach F' mnn Club for 1U the sport Is sometimes for- tion nun to join the state org&mim- 'Reach for a potato Instead of ernor made and which his audi- lated leave with pay for enlistedmen CONTROL 1 1ev
notJoJ I ? ueasing sailfish gotten, at Tallahassee make tiir power lem more bread" Is a timely sloganfor ence heartily applauded at ," he declared "It is only

t.he curren I Silver Sailfish Stuarts "release button" was Say MuiTiar Americans who are lookingor Tampa was his plea for early natural that defects should appear t

17 I E (' Wln1"> fisherman- one of the finest steps forward Wanton waste and del>'\\nlt1.k1lllll : good ways to help save wheat, in a program so large, but
01 ) ')I n dub, Is respon- I for sailfish conservation In this of Florida Wildlife toes cm at a so that it may go to starving all of our people will want these f t ef I"
agel'arllP,, for this cams area, and Is still the best inducement diezyjpace, and tll date notatta, people abroad replace a slice of bread defects cleared up with the 4r v r

In r ct) i "" 'rves praise forman I to "put 'em back alive if anything, it being kc* !w %-' U S, Potato supplies are cur- Some of the ways potatoes can greatest possible speed so that ca
This button tops the correct the situation.! be used to replace bread are: to I we may do the best job within
list of rently bountiful and, while sizeable -
//J ns n", H urged release I awards and I Is the finest In the Wildlife resources( art dependent U 7o, want: u... enjoy the woods, quantities are being sent replace toast for breakfast: to 'our power in helping our vet Call 7979

:, tar West Palms I series of sailfish lapel! !I pins issued upon many things: prlgst patcartt I : titan. abroad, particularly to Belgiumand replace a sandwich with potato erans to make the quickest and ate So OU.WPB, FU
allrlsn -er-
by the local club.00o rover, ood, uspollvtidd s1JIIt'IIaJ hewn) jcur campus, every spark France, such shipments are I salad and mashed potato topping most favorable start possible ai W..I Palm B..ch, Florid
and lakes, timber and a bWx-, limited because potatoes are both I for pot pies instead of pastry they resume civilian life"

II We are in receipt of a review ed nature bulky and perishable ,
I Oatmenl too can be used also
'10! copy of the 1948 National Fishing Not long ago, as time U (l1iJII nI-! As a means of using less bread, in |>lace of some of the wheat
Guide compiled by William ed, Florida had a bounUaJ fvy- families. could well eat and enjoy flour to make highly nutritious

'I Voigt, Jr, and published! by A ply of Came birds, animals wind\ STUARTand potatoes twice daily now yeast breads, muffins and bis- DOG RACINGWorld's
AR. 'R. Barnes it Co of New York fish, but inroads made toy:> IIII.I.IIII:! > A is 80
\\Vhat it Needs potato per cent water, cuits Oatmeal ranks even above
I This is an excellent job of 258 present an entirely different but It is a sturdy staff to leanon whole wheat In some respectsas

Ne f pages, treating the fishing in picture today Bjr EEXVETtl STIHMEU.TOCRtSTS for food value It has some a nourishing grain food
all 48 states It took years to Timber has been cut. sail I protein of
.i good quality, starch, Let's use Martin county pro-
compile, includes the fish laws erosion has taken a tifrrg&e isffll. iron and other
important minerals ducts, and ship food to the starv- Fastest
I and licenses of each State, and pollution waterways b& aim Wt III this city do as well as some of the Band ing people abroad Put on a Live- GreyhoundsIn I

nuIon charted maps Volgt does a but completely destroyed 1 fast.1a!e lass: ; welcome. the loiterer, who C vitamins, Nutritionally, at-Home campaign In your own
swell job, and we highly recom- in sections foolish lairs bit :ar.i.iff. ,. appointments he never a small serving of potatoes can home.
lisp mend purchase of a copy. They permitted practically unregulated *aeps who asks advice h* never Action NightlyEXCEPT
'IC L1 are available at $1 i at the newsstands use of seines and tint oiIIDlQ the boaster, who seeks
Ptl incendiary fires ( SUNDAYS)
yearly play pcaoa be doe not merit; the Aa.MG..e
o-o-o havoc with quail, predators manually )- iiDntpiimitr: who whine only to

$I: Tin March issue; of Florida slay wildlife by the too ,,1M- pmud: the talker who talks \ From where I sit... &/ Joe Marsh

chi Outdoors," new statewide fishIng and today turkey and dwr are'I many because n* Ions to talk < NOW UNDERWAY!
hip hunting and boating magazine sound only in a few faalatnd aJrtmy: the profane and obscene ;.

he : 1111 I II) send his published at Coral Cables, areas. Htssev whose words defile; the Ben Ryder and ,
as 'he, I I ulaily Impoc- I has Just arrived. We highly recommend Through careleuneB 4&mIr-; dmunJtijrdL.: whoa insanity has fl '
assets in'arep Robert ance, lack of las or silky Os- the better of his \ DAILY DOUBLE 2ND. AND 3RD RACES
awl :, tll"( ) big Page Lincoln'sarticle fio reasoning << the Wanderlust
ie>. and social I therein on pages 6 to ID alligators, bears and CU3 aft taut.:! the enTiooj, whose traits 4W Nine Quiniela races
I fast the of the b1II .
Ina'I' ''U-i .and coats getBFS1 calling attention to the fact that going way JIII. tin many! and eowirdly
tae art with our Florida Is destroying her great carrier pigeon and rturppon. la :;I WE CO WELCOME THETOCBI5T During the war, Ben Ryder You might: as well stay Rome NO MINORS ADMITTED ;

CoPt den n ,li methods! natural fresh and salt water' the days of plenty, :no one ever : Co our city, welcome talked about the trips he'd take enjoy] your friends and family."
: gave a thought, or cared that! when fishing assets through the use item Car what they do for us into ALL RACING UNDER STATE RACING COMMIS-
EORGE KEITH some day in the near tvturt. ended.Used to pore over roadmapt common trait in human nature,
ISI of giant seines This practice is fields that go to make up SION SUPERVISION
I hatcheries -vould] be maiEiaiiMul -checking mileages and charting. Take that glass of beer for Instance -
particularly flagrant on Lake WEInreryday lifeWe: welcome
ancon Martin County to replenish fish stork, or ttb&i routes During Prohibition, Ben
Okeechobee and in the St Johns Uueat fie tft* money they bring
to replace our Quail 'se would Now Ben' taking quite a lot of ass nursing an Insatiable thirst
River, both of which have been onto the tttr:: We welcome them
Dry Cleaners have to import them at tsar ea ribbing Soon as rationing was But come repeal Bin suddenly
declared "salt water' by State five dollars per :pair or that tux the support of our churches, lifted, he decided he liked staying finds he's happy with a friendly, PALM BEACH
law to allow the commercialization loc the! goodness they bring with
moderate of beer and nothing
/ deer would be Impcnoi" frcmn!: home, puttering in the garden, glass: ) -
Every sportsman In Florida t2iem.: playing chess, sharing a pleasant more. Yep-just tell folks the
Northern states at a curt; of :
each We La: this; city do, not make glace of beer with friends, kyi the limit, and they'll settle KENNEL CLUB
,I effort to make the tour for a piece of friendly I earth.
But it is true, sadly trse. and ,enoBfiii "Shucks, admits Ben ihecpiihly I
ml D. HATAWAYANNOUNCES jet the Sportsman; : cf today.: tilt;: sat we amm*, Some do. all in their "as soon as you can go, thenit Q" 11/" 'IJ OPPOSITE MORRISON FIELDOn
I idly by, does( nothing but wait proto'help our visitors, others 'a just as good a. having gone! /,/ Belevedereroad

HIS CANDIDACYFor wait tot George: to. do 11. The. I in us nmtoowtruj: way do things OVIoI' C
:average .portsman. mar &dc."hat that bart!. the city in. generalTC I WEST PALM BEACHThere's
I "\\ can I do to correct this''I > !rued: : the tourists for theyIT Copyright,, 19-16, United Stattt Brewed Faundalwa' ,
ELECTION AS A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF problem" the! mainstay: : In oar live in

PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, MARTIN COUNTY He can do( :plenty U be win 'thins
DISTRICT NO.3. but join his local sponemaai'krlub Ube cooperation of our city for '
add his voice with otbrrc.'''I their comfort: and:: enjoyment, .
Your Support Will Be Appreciated "demand, that fcls jjmiaJ:* ;'I\1.U bn we to offer the tourist

I PAID/ I"JI.ITJ "I 1I\'ERTJMJ.N1: with the Florida Wildlife Fe rra- I II esshlssdllmg our fishing? And
tion voices combined la t&uc"CHILDREN'S I ftl:
concerned AI

:'sew dim! wfr. would coOjpse wlth- EEO

:1 cent it* support of the tourist i

":,I monr tJ'.a6P praise tejjmmtny Oar. Son friend for to ear will., Taste the city.carry tourists Some for words home will are of I I i CR0for Vfl!! : !!

canty woods of animosity be-
... .
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C'JIiIIIH' a few nave' failed to see -- ""'
floe benefit (of treating: a, tourist
mo4 as a person With money but
s r I &1 ape won wttii equal standardsof FLORIDA-RAISED

I ffirtnj wherever he may be,
Sao wU: say:: that Stuart is a

,I tttanufal: pUt, wen located, excelled PROCESSED
water frontage.but noth-
I 1104; for tine visitor'to do except

DELIGHT i Sash They wtQ say that Stuart

I Dt1d11Iemr.ts coasts, good docks,
street tncb. a park where a
GRILLED OPEN-FACED HAMBURGER pmoai eazid spend a few hours,
1 I cmotfort stations that are fit
Style to sue A3:: these doings will be

jukcwd on to neighbors at home
'I Te, we bare neglected the
I jajqartMl for in this
many year
OLD FASHIONED no; u sth' BREAD diy and it f.s With sorrow that
W'P bid> them! good: bye- but we
bopr they wtQ be back next
LIKE MOTHER ALWAYS MADE. PLAIN b I jxar! We tope the people will

OR TOASTED, IT CAN'T BE BEAT. set fit to to something in the AILFlorida's
''I way of parks, docks etc so as to ;

DIIIaU the visitor more comfortabOe -

The IIIiHd for such la great. 1
\ Tar tan for something to be

dome to SOW Lets do it and

make Stuart the most talked Feed Output Inadequate
t> h+: ,'
about! place ott the east coast,
I a' t11 I to Meet State-wide Demands ofFlorida's
mamanr: wiQ echo Deadly:,, through
t&:* BiEt:: ef Legislature: at Tallahassee II
Huge Industry
: and voices In a chorus I
cnf OTKENGTH will find ready ,
I Florida's livestock industry is thriving in spite oi the fact that '
I eats: EHflemfiitf to OUT! demands I h \ }
I Veins to which I refer are the I ; k L I much oi the feed for the states animal and (fowl population

T *? gaetodfitras) sound cf VOTES, and .yA' must be Imported,

I VOTES are the encore of a poll- 11 .
The Situation Offers Real
I 1IiduL"slte.] so fellow sports- ,1 OpportunitiesTo r

eta why delay adding! your \ feed Florida livestock population, three times the present f

nance to the swelling chorus, and '' S hay crop and four times the present grain crop is needed I I
l 1 let n* present: a SOLID front atOne ? + c Processed feed. from sweet potatoes, cotton products, peanut r

r ; mext session of Legislature w $a4acz k ',h ht a el product., citrus products, lemon grass pulp and molasses,
: 90OW1* tie time, tomorrow
fish meal and scrap can fall much of the gap As Florida livestock
naay be too late industry grows, the demand will be even greater,
For any part I shall be happy In 1945 Florida CORN ,488,000 bu.

la meet wttij your Club at anytime COTTON 9,000 balls The need exists, the raw materials are present or can be pro I,
cintntniient to you, and Produced These PEANUTS 70,560,000 Ibs duced, the opportunity beckons'' NOWI

UMTe cutUiEe cur plan of attack, Field ClOPS: SWEET POTATOES 1,188,000 bu. I' ,
Lnttte you to join with the Fed- COW PEAS 35,000 bu. f
etatlcn bCIU light to help :
__ OATSVELVET 432,000 bl. ,
FASHIONED Bear in mind this fact; Com- c 5'tons lGllT r I
erdal Intese ta. business men \
., .
aDd labor organize to obtain the SUGARCANE 2,014,000 tons #, ". I ;i iI

Home Style/ BREAD tponaaan ncc: they do less want than Can profit the by '--'u'-. -." I*ll lit.IIt,,Hill t,li' "Fliflii Iraliiil. / 100 tat (Ian If torn' M'lH 'I 0.. -..-......... a.,p..lx_"'1-I.r.m.14.d.-e r- .......In.xxY., I
< 10,OH Ilil ll fill ...I"IICI.". :a..w_ ::;:: ';= : ':". ':': a tyh, tMM, M er. xMIM"W
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PAGE TEN In- Colin English J
members lsliahas.
'," nmlttee
POTVTO UREE IMS Ourney of Or- Gray. Tallaht ,.,

Ill USE 666COLD Everglades Water Levels Dip Sacred Painting Symbolizes Lenten Week I ('RE.\SEP II PERCENT: eluded Undo, J.Karl Thomas A Blckle Sarasota, I S Campbell ndb IScI

Of -
Evangelism Bureau bulletin -
recent Farm -
A -
PREPARATIONS Bringing on Menace of Fires estimates that 39.BOO acres -
been planted RepairandFiaG
01 i potatoes have o''
LIQUID TAbLEl' 'AI '.E. NOSE a Texas for earlypang ( ; | er
DROPS CAU LION 1'1 I o"I IV AS -- m Florida and
DIRteltn In .1 i M,niTil summary of watu !proved> over that of tin pa-t r ') i harvest, This acreage I.I Iiu iRCT

d lcw -- -- '> i-oiulItie in South Florida social. winters I:! per cent larger than a Star Materials Are Stilll\

"1t I dnln:i February the Board of The stage of Lake Okeechcbi" :t1O i Scarce But We Will|| Bet| D
continued near the tippet) piso ----
of the EvergladesDaitage -- Soot
Commlssoneri To Help You Out >
Ibid limit and was about :2 3feet With pi
For School BoardI District reported: t toy
COLLEGE 1 Materials W.
higher than In Febrmn Have .
B I herewith announce my can- Rainfall on the Everglades a year< ago The Lake M ta IM' i in I.' STUDIES ART MUSEUM I.: '""I t1 Hand of
less than the season restyo
favorable for the usual requirements -
didacy for re election to oM!
,ibllight rainfall that Is ASK US-WE'LL
tPU Dciralrc.
of IriigutUn dm! ILhe OPERATING ? C
noinial Rainfall was typically t I BEST
months. ,
( spring
BOARD OF PUBLICINSTRUCTION Npottv but most sections receded S
"Fires were not of a -1'1"( SiriNOti: raS< > Dr. Dvik
some rainfall in amounts nature during February Ling .,'.\f'l'- I tatpbell president of F S C ,
beneficial to agrlcu) fir
that w( re
District 1. t tine ground water !lew!, ::11'i \\' has selected b>' the e.tciuclmg : Casa Lumber G

subject to the Democratic creating a favorable ""OI1etJ"l1 1 t "- Committee I t- prpale: : ;
"w it I' I levels in general derdined .
primary on Tuesday May 7. for extensive lIes: and! a i i II Multi ,I t t' u'ithe budget bas,<1 r 'x'
and respectfully ask your considerably as diy conditions I ant 1 soil damage. p" c"t? Ii 1 casts\ to jnpruvc :::.i 1I. 1- PHONE 66Announcement

vote and support on the developed. However i! Salt Intrusion was (1 uccln rated At 1, q I..o, nd operate the RI :,'".1 c (
water levels arc morela'orabi" IIestur I
basis of post 1 performance tiuuncl: than those of one during the month, a-> 1\ _lilt All t M 1\1"i mi at Sari*,"'i 7'.1 I

J. S. MichaelsonJENSEN "",n' IL:"' In the lower Miami lof lowering stages' and c1lJIII.d i, -
water levels The completion of
canal bisln levels in storage
BEACH .u..i' as were 1 15 feet higher at the two more low-head dims III, lll st5
coastal canals of the Miami IK .I
tici of the month than at the e Y h +
----- -.i ne time last year notwlth- I is: an additional: step In: checkIng -
of saltWater
the rapid
.1.1ndinll i a deficiency of rain- -.at
,, .' f ill m 1945 of approximately 40 by way of these eiml PURCHASEDTHE
:\fu: : 'J> .1,11.\(\ .4 HAVE JUST
More reports were received aboutexcessively I
PI'i rent in Miami area. ThE'.latE'1 '
putt' In :u l:' sw.d:
situation was much Im- salty agricultural n ENTIRE STOCK AND EQUIPMENT OF THE
I soils In the Miami and Homestead .
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areas CHICAGO This picture, Christ of the l.ir.st! Fields," wasps
ntrd t bSurr 'i Sallman, here to 'i-tire| Meth'dits ,in their currt t STUART RECAP SERVICEThis
THE TIME TO PROPERTY IS NOW! levels declined
Ground water Ctu: ,ode for Christ; esnpaen' > for a mill, >n new member
sharply In February due to light During th' M...k of March 24 'hl' denomination churches: will PENT
Listing Appreciated i rainfall and Increased evapora- observe a nab,1 v,.:<.k "f visitation itanffilmn! The painting illustrntv Plant Will Be Moved From Its Present Location AtWiley's
normal fur ,> Ch.-t'. t "P1"i| i ., tlon This trend is
I the season of the year. Conditions f*Ms: for they' IK/ nhiti, aheady to harxes-t-- (1St John 4.35.I Garage and Set Up For Operation On Or About

PEGRAM REALTY CO.Real are generally more favor April 1st
Stuart Start Plan
able to the production of aI Baptists
I spring crop than at this time a
Estate Brokers
I year BRO The present Lake For New Sunday School UnitThe THE NEW LOCATIONWILL
Krueger Bldg Phone 293 I stage should assure an adequate [I
supply of Irrigation water even BE AT

Stuart, Fla I In those I areas along the canalsIn First Baptist church Is tlon of the plans committee<
I, which the supply was defitlent pi inning; an cxten&ixe Educational I Garland Edenfleld, chairman. II A My Residence In The Bessey Addition
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I 01 entirely] lacking last Building project and has I L Matheis. Bob Ral.stln, J C.

year. adopted a long range program Anthony, Jr., Mrs WlIsonfc: 113 Halpatiokee Street
Dantci of extensive flrrs including floor plans for a struc- Clure and Mrs. Ed. Burgess

TO THE VOTERSof prevails In an increasing; degree ture to provide room for 300 additional Other building committee I will be equipped to give regular pickup and delivery service for all recap i r

I now that the ground water level Sunday School students arc Finance: L. C. Klckliter repair work and will alto have a stock of new tires and tubes as soon u they s I
I Its below ground surface, exceptin The structure will be built In chairman: Mrs. C. L. Bogges! available.It .
the large marsh areas. No two units Just north of the Fred Bental Wilson McClure. J
areas of large extent are safe chruch Unit No. 1, providingroom J. Moore Ed. Burgess Roscoe will be my pleasure to render the best and most efficient service pool it +

from fire damage this spring unless for 200. is the Immediate Rollins, L. C. Clements Your patronage will be welcomed and appreciated.

District 4, Martin CountyI greater than normal rain- objective, and is planned In the Construction: Arnold Bauer
fall occurs to recharge the rear of the present recreational chairman. Frank Phillips O C PHONE STUART 110-J 1 1tI
ground water levels building which will be the site Crews, M W Munch M. L

7"I I WISH TO of the future Unit No 2. Oerould C. C. Titus, J. B Ste

I EASTER SEALS FUND Present estimates of cost are wart Paul Combs J. R. (Jim) POMEROY Jr. ,
REMAINS IN STATE $70.000 but church authorities Equipment: W R. Baker i
Announce My CandidacyFor hope that building costs will be chairman: Ronnie Cross Mrs L
at lower levels when work starts, C. Klckliter Mrs A. M. Bauei 113 HALPATIOKEE STREET P. 0, BOX I 6 I
Tampa: iFNSi The Florida and that the building can be put Alice Ann Mathers -
the Office of Association for Crippled Child- I -
I up for around 51000. Baptistswill ,.. --
and Adults launched its .
seek to raise $17,000, or one- -
state-wide for the which v .
campaign third of the cost of the reduced I + YOUR ICO CROSS MUST CARRY ON- 1. fessorsgenatern 1
ale of Easter Seals last week
CommissionerSubject estimate In the I
County Affiliated with the National coming year. GIVE / II I

Society for Crippled Children, Other plans are to I'emodt.he\ I J ll lfllT t ', YL The d I
front of the present building
I I the local organization participates and enlarge the auditorium. I fact thatftnlshed t (
In the nation-wide -
to Democratic Primaries I progrant A recent Home Coming Day vt to revle
which began last week and
added $3.173 to the church fund.
7th Continues through April 21.
May 1946
'I The plans were( adopted by It mlgh
Those who purchase the color- the church upon recommenda- reflects
ful Easter Seals in Florida will fur SC
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I that this GI FARMERS TO GROW prints o1
tic gratified i to know I

Henry Crews money remains In the State and VEGETABLES AS PART UP AND DOWN/ can't choltnaUYI tl c .:
is used for the aid and rehabilitation OF FOOD SAVING PLAN
of the handicapped I in :
Washington (W) Growingof "Tbearyvior"
I their own county.
-- --- vegetables at all army posts THE COAST LINE f Te'
was directed as a feed saving businesstheories
measure today by the War De

AnnouncementHobe partment.The \ 4 ears c t
Instructions will apply beatingskill.

both in the United States and J4rproAure'i: fr.\. ,,, .
overseas. THE VAL"i\ c": I\ (Ca.) t1i Ir To be
Sound Electric CompanyIS Soldiers will be provided with DAILY TIMES I!. : gensternhave
hoes and spades to dig voluntarily bee,
as off time recreation n --., on Y01lrconverth

NOW OPEN TO SERVE YOU Commanding officers were directed OBSERVATIONS
to use prison labor as well, \OA'mJII' 4 N Wf9ivjIA.1wJ L L e./ n'K\EK ROCAHE/t{ like co r|
where soil was suitable and plots! I so m nytried

COMPLETE ELECTRIC AND of sufficient size were available I to
The War Department suggested A bulletin recently issued by the Fed- chanceFrom.
concentration on staples as FMI eral Re me Bank of A tl.nt.! i 'points(' to the I
industrial 1 changes in the! ;'011\n din! lessors'
potatoes, com, beans and tomatoes mg the i
REFRIGERATION SERVICEDay Crops will be consumed by war years and calls attention 10 the posslbiliu'ea appllcat

the army, and not sold to clvl for retention of mane: "r t 111e gains business.
lians. I if you ore interested in industrial made status and the betterment of the economic br help!
of this section, program
Clarence HallPhone !plant sites or distribution facilities In Longrcoven '

the Southeast we shall be glad to recommend There has! been such a marked develop a

and hheN7' )S": suitable locations. Our research trent of the Industrial, phase of the South In prlva

staff It also lable for i economy that we may well look to the planningusually
comprehensive future
Hobe Sound in the full confidence that the.South
Ted ChambersTEMPORARY 'tud es with respect will no longer depend almost entirely on sometime
3271 tIi farm
ks la indutnal possibilities in our products for its livelihood creators

OFFICE r I' S his t territory Your inquiries will receive our faith In
Nights and Sundays tlJt In the war period, as the bulletin tells orable I
WILSON PALM GARDENS 1 e prompt and confidential attention .us, there was a notable increase the cordll1glas !

Stuart Address J. M. Fields Assistant VIce-President number employed in manufacturing asyTtdhta their

185.J Old Dixie Highway Wilmington North Carolina agricultural employment. Not But it
true but many parts ot the the most
Hobe Sound South that formerly knew little or cds can
of manufacturing centers
_. ot industrial plants activity became solve staples an

For the first tiMe In its
history the South of pros)

West Palm Beach DirectoryWHEN TOO MUCH REFEREE ATLANTICCOAST both dnda Industrial itself with and ample agriCUltural capital expansion.to finance dIdn't And to i

In oar contest, the referee e FerhaIn
Khould stay Just aa Invisible a.possible. LINE E
are that there will be a cove
THESE FIRMS APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE strong demand for agricultural re allzelonlran i
He must not get the idea that r for some time products
BE I.the star performer. RAILROAD and this should give assure
I ance that
HAWTHORNE ,, the farmers of the South will winner a
DEL K -seiMOORITaaEMORE' He Is not there to hog the show continue to
I t himself or to Bee that either contestant their receive favorable returns from expect to
ROOFING CO. I crops.
wins He there to pot
WATCH REPAIRING see that neither c: 'n nnJra The South I. no longer looking
ROOFING-SHEET METAL dirty self as unable upon It-
( OF THE BETTER KIND to fight Its own battles and
HEATINGVENTILATINGt The less referee the better. chart its Own futu re, It Is
ssI'rICIANS -:- OPTOMETRISTS: awakening
335ia CLEMATIS :: ; WATERPROOFING looking to the and
rLF.MATI9 sort OLIVE Likewise, In economic affaire, future with confidence and
the leas government the better I' the firm conviction Uyou'1men'
Natural forces should be allowedto 6; again can It be justly that never bet
work as naturally at possible. "nation' referred to a. the Unitedexplanat
BOB'SSAFE Business should be allowed to the problem number one."
The Spaghetti Bowl earn what it is worth and labor hook other hand. there II rood
1 DON LIOLA. M. ..e. & LOCK WORKS should be allowed to earn what it SERVING I AMERICA'S to the South a. the "atloni reason to The u
Phone sate II worth.; one opportunity. number crean aen.

14t STEAKS-CHOPS -CHICKEN 202 First St. -:- Phone 7890 It hurt. both aide if the NEW FRONTIER It Itopofflc
SEAFOOD referee I I. allowed to !let well-
T ti i titE.. Dixie Hwr.. Wait Film Be ch We repair Anything headed and too Important. ... -

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hay, I ItSchool JUDGE C. L WALLER I purchase of movable property tide reprinted from the Cosmo- Nightclubs were first known ai
nib I JOINS FOURTH ESTATE Community Action RequiredIn FLORIDA MONEYIS : and miscellaneous Items and approximately politan Magazine. Read it and musical restaurants. .

Board 20 per cent will be you will change your diet to Include I ---- I
candidacy I Jacksonville: (FNS) Judge U. S. Housing EmergencyBy I paid in taxes. more" fresh fruit and vegetables In Burlington. Iowa, a re- \

ring Curtis L. Waller, former law AT NEW HIGH "Today, one dollar is loaned The theme of the work Is ,imntce! bathroom's walls and .
f for I I for every six dollars deposited. I that sol) building must become ('(ilini! luxuriantly sprouted
IgII ... of Martin CountySTRUCTION partner of Senator Claude Pep- Wilson W. Wyatt proved with water, sewer and Theoretically % closer relationship -.I II the basis ot food building if w>' "ht-Hi' Thi c ause wheat grain ,
1C per, now Circuit Court Judgeof National other facilities is short( of the Jacksonville (W) FlorIdians -I between loans and deposits are to use foods intelligently J t i' nixed op in the plaster
Housing Administrator
I the Fifth U. S, Court of Appeals The greatest home building requirements of the Veterans' are easing off from, a high is usually found in an expand- .., ,

1 1tB 3 has become author and program In the Nation's history Emergency Housing Program. wartime perch with 511 per cent ing economy. As shortages of 5
I District the March Issue of Outdoor Life li our target Vigorous community action Is more work-a-day money than materials and labor are over-
tB Sound-Indiantown features a wise and witty articleby ented steps have been Unpreced-taken, essential now to expand these they had in 1937, the research come, this more favorable relationship
,to the Democratic facilities to prevent them from I division of the Florida state .
t 7 Judge Waller, Imparting some both by Government and should appear In the
V. ?rf Tueday, May of his accumulated wisdom becoming bottlenecks when the Chamber of Commerce said in state.
asking on Industry, to start constructionof I II
Je.peclfully the subject of angling Florida 2,700,000 low and moderately construction program reaches Its weekly business review. "All told, Florida Is now in a
'4 6 your sUPPort gets some mighty valuable pub- priced homes before the end of full swing. This phase of the "Deposits" In national, state better position financially than I \
1 licity In the story and his des- next year. The success of this program is primarily a commun- and industrial banks in Florida I. ever before. But it remains to
H. cription of bait casting In FlorIda program requires the whole- ity responsibility. totaled $1,797,028,459 on Janu- the economic sagacity of its citizens -
((4)) Postponement of deferrable 1. 1946" the reviews aid "It I
[-1ISFMENTI, lakes and streams makes the hearted cooperation of commun- ary how permanent this situa- ,
''I" AI reader for Florida and non-essential construction !<<:- Is interesting to note that this "
yearn a fishing tiles throughout the Nation. And tion will be.
I trip. until the homes are built and The local communities are amount Is 81 per cent of the total
the best Judges of what con- Income earned by Floridians in
occupied, virtually every com- NEW SOIL BOOKLET
struction be post-
projects can 1944.
munity must take emergency action I ISSUED BY STATE r
poned until the supply of build-
CK'S CANTEENTHE to provide shelter for its "How well war-Inflated sav-
materials becomes
people. ing adequateto ings will fuse into normal levels I Tallahassee: (FNS) "A Sym-
I of the
meet the requirements and assist in these Soil
The most raising levels, posium on the Effects of
critical of the
period the
SPAGHETTI HOUSE"In I housing program. Although Is of great significance to every Elements on Food" is the title
housing lies in the
emergency Federal Government is laying
: Floridian. The spending of this of a recently Issued booklet put
Building months ahead. We are entering ,
The Krueger down standards defining non-
that cash reserve can measure pro- out by the State Department ofI
period with an acute short- deferrable I
ssentlal and con-
gress along the road to substantial -I Agriculture and edited by T
luring Special Italian Sandwiches To Take Home age of housing shortage which struction and will take the responsibility if I Brooks. J'I
prosperity. Only spent
grows more acute tens of
I I OPEN 11130 a, m. to It30 p, m. thousands of demobilized dally as vet- for the necessary decisions wisely can It act as a sustainingforce. Despite its cumbersome Place Your Order Now For Future Delivery
the community can
fearsome title, It contains a
CLOSED MONDAYS erans Join In the search for the I
further in
DAY evaluating
(PEN ALL even "Roughly some 30 per cent of great deal of Interesting information ( -
vacant houses which do not
essentiality of projects In each
this cash-on-hand go into No less a personage "Hurricane Fisher"Moulded
exist. By the end of this year,
Under New ManagementTOMMY'S I locality. construction 30 per cent directlyinto than Rex Beach leads the parade -
despite the greatest volume of action to I
151 Community
labor, 20 per cent In the of contributors with an ar-
new construction that. we can stimulate production of scarce
achieve, tne only shelter available building materials. The Federal OClOa:==:::aOClOa:==:::aOClOa:==::: oooeo I Plywood Boats

Atit for some 2,500,000, families Government has primary responsibility -
BAR will be under the roofs of other
for breaking industry- !
14 Ft. Length Overall-57 inch Beam
families who to share
are milling bottlenecks and channeling 4 Day Service
their homes.
scarce building materials to
9' ; Invites/ Your Among the objectives of the areas of greatest need. Through BUILT FOR SPORT FISHING, SPEED,
local Emergency Housing Committees priorities, allocations, premium ON FLAT WORK po al
should be: payments, wage-price adJust- g p DURABILITY AND SAFETY, SEATING
l (1)) Establishment of Veterans' ments, and other measures these >><<
r 4! Housing( Centers All vacancies bottlenecks are being broken at CAPACITY 7 OR 8 PERSONSSee
15 DIFFERENT and all offers to share housing the national level. But the local
with veterans should be listed at communities do a big Job '
Them On Display At
i SCOTCHES one central point In every community of bottleneck: breaking, too. 3 Day Service
In this emergency, simple Where localized labor shortagesare Ii Iio BELLE FLORA AVENUE AND RIVER

.r AND EVERY BONDED Justice demands that the retarding production, for Instance oc
per veterans be given first prefer- the local housing com- ON WET WASH
1" ence on all vacancies, with, of mittee can conduct manpower Ideal For Outboard

BOURBONEnjoy course, special provisions for recruiting and training campaigns -

hardship cases among non-vet- Hurricane Boat Co.
erans. Certainly no group ha Provide Suitable Sites I PEOPLE'SLAUNDRY I
earned a better right to homes ((6)) Community action to facilitate 2
of their own than the veterans. construction of homes. Not IncorporatedC.

One of Tommy'sFamous Recent surveys have shown that Among community actions which g A. PORTERP.
married veterans will
2,900,000 may be necessary are: developing -
Mixed Drinks Join the ranks of home seekers land suitable for housing Stuart, Fla. O. Box 951 Stuart
I) in 1946. We did not fail these
sites; making sure that the great 1 154 Flagler Ave. Phone 287 C
j TOMMY SAVAS men when they were in uniformand majority of materials used go 0OClOC I
we must not fail them now. 0000 I
Into the production of homes =OClOa: 'oO::: :==:::'
((2)) Encouragement of the fullest for veterans selling for $6,000 or

utilization of the existing less or renting for $50 a monthor .
housing supply. Families who less; seeing to it that at all
shared their homes with others times there Is an adequate sup-
Enjoy The FinestOODSCOCKTAILS during the war should be Impressed ply of l local man-power availableto
I with the Importance of carry out fully the commun-
continuing to do so during the ity's housing program. Each :
I' present crisis. More people should community should help local ijT.I
be urged to share their homes. labor and industry groups to
I Remodeling of large homes Into work together In recruiting and
I multi-family dwellings should training the many kinds of skill
be encouraged. When necessary, ed workers needed. a
I restrictions should be relaxed -
AT THE zoning ((7i' Modernization of build
to permit this. The Fed- ing codes and zoning regulationsto !
E'raillousing Administration has remove provisions which
I liberalized Its loan Insurance hamper utilization of new techniques -
31 Goose provisions to encourage remodeling in construction or pre

ue I tures and which rehabilitation would provide of struc-ad- housing.vent the Use fullest of use new of substitute existing il111! ILi L i 'I

ditional housing accommodations 1 1r
materials is forbidden by some
for veterans. Priorities for building codes. In many communities -
daizini! in "Chicken in the Basket" and Delicious: materials needed in such remodeling waivers of these restrictive I t tI te
will be granted, provided measures were adoptedas
Western Steaks. veterans are given occu- wartime measures. These

pancy pertorlty.Si waivers should be continued.
( Help prepare land and
r Package Store Grill facilities to'accommodate new NEWSPAPER C1I\VGE t :
housing. In almost every com- I !11111
I munity the number of lots 1m- Addition of the Delray Beach
News to the John H. Perry group
of 'newspapers was announcedlast
week in a 16-page edition.In .
THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. becoming a member of the
Perry group, which Includes
nearly a dozen dally and ueeWy
newspapers in Florida, besides
1 large publishing Interests
throughout the country, the
News will be In a position( to keep i ,
t' step with the development of
that rapidly growing ct>mn1un-

1j 1 y ity.A long-time winter resident ;
e ti of Palm Beach, Mr. Perry may LqthiiffiA/d1t4
be expected: to take a close personal -
Interest in the News and

give the county a weekly news-
paper of Increasing excellenceand
Influence.To f'I

F.operate Peterman It, he as has publisher appointedE. and N O OTHER fuel does so many jobs so available to all users of fuel oil, from

general and John A.
manager 1
Thayer as editor. Both, are experienced satisfactorily as oil. Clean, convenient, the smallest home to South Florida's

and capable news
papermen.The easily stored fuel oil delivers the largest hotels and industrial plants.
retirement of Mr. Lauren 1

Hand from the newspaper field maximum of heat and power with a Remember, when you think of fuel oil,
will be widely regretted. Under

his ownership, the Delray Beach 'minimum of residue. think of Belcher for Belcher is first
News has held a high place in all f

Florida newspaperdom. It has in fuel oil// in South Florida
ever been a strong force for
GEORGE: "Yes, I certainly would like to much is being done to help them by finding sound progress, good govern- Whatever your heating or power need,
hear why you call that an old fashioned out and correcting: the condition that leads ment and civic righteousness.
Idea, Judge" them to excess." Belcher has the exact grade of fuel oil
GEORGE: "How many folks are there like SPORTS WRITERS I,
OLD will JUDGE "Glad to tell you. George. that Judge?" VISITED STUARTBill to serve you best. in any quantityyou BELCHEROIL 1
recently, a person known as an alcoholic "Well,according to scientific :
OLD JUDGE: Oiiid"oor.

outcast.was Little generally if anything treated was at done a social to research sensibly., 95%5 of% do the so people unwisely who, at drink times.. the Philadelphia Wolf, Record editor, and of may require large or small. COMPANY j. I (

understand him the drink Charlie Fisher, columnist for I
or help him. But during Included in that 5% i ia the small percentageof
past few years, medical research and study I'm talking about. that newspaper, dropped off In ESTABLISHED 191 $ j I
baa developed sIckpeople. the sick people service is MIAMI AND PORT EVERGLADES, FLORIDA
that alcoholics are really certainly gives me a Stuart Wednesday to check on Prompt metered delivery s
that there I U usually a deep- GEORGE: "That sensible local fishing conditions, plan to ) P
the most ap-
rooted physical, social or emotional reason clearer picture. the subject" return for a day's fishing soon.
hind their behavior. That's why today 10 proach I've ever heard on Maurice J. Eschay who con- Ir,

ducts a program "Sports for
New Yorkers," over WNYC was South F I o r j .'. a Over T h I r t y Yea t s
dAblWw._...blh4,, 1.6 ,
-- isis.Jnnr..ml.r + +N.'c-.J.- also a Stuart visitor Wednesday

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i memory serves us eomcth FIRST WHITE MARLIN IN BLUE MOON situation is being viewed with and processing plants In FloridaIs of problems pers With competing with working together each bl:

I Editorial Desk Stuart was always able to puta genuine alarm Scientist are at due to the larger volume each other there are many problems I the Industry as a *'
I better team In the field than *urk on the problem but so far processing done here. that demand mutual un- served

Odds and EndsMust anything Lake Worth ever produced nQbeen unable to determine I These plants produce not only i I ---
LIG TNOUSEo the (cause One theory Is that ir- 'the, canned single strength --.

Itw 0-0-0 cation c; it constantly adding to juices. but oil, pectin marmalade and
really be spring We received aR ri Novelty Gift
Ray Ttulllnger of the 'V'\>\ rhl< alkaline condition of the feed ingredients and Jean's S
a this "week from -
York World Telegram came son James M. Ward manager of the out the other day with a )lead ss -r 4 ,ause- may be organIc. In any I on a beverage base, PHONE 9131-J
Lak Worth "Ramblers" baseball
on his rod and gun column ''vent he quantity of small sized demand for which is so great,
is club Inviting Martin county "As usual Stuart Fla. is producing irange has so increased that Dr. Reltz was told that one of AND PLASTIC NOVELTIES
fan of the horsehide sphere to to SHELL
the Grapefruit Brit west coast growers have good the big plants Intends only
n enter club in six-
a a proposed
1 best fishing '"' The hl'ad-1 nth ,cause lor worry.Cal1tornla conduct Its marketing activitiesIn
team league If you're Interested LENDING LIBRARYAT
writer it Stuart Fla two" cities
put r citrus folks have
write him at Box 721 Lake
Worth Or bitter till. challenge Claims But FUhing P t watched the amazing growth It Is a product which can be QUINN'S STORE
the 'Ramblers" If That the trouble with h' .,., ano xpanslon of florida's citrus used both In commercial beverages I

--- ----our writers. They're too conser. ..' cdlars ,industrywith) some apprehen- ; and in the home for flavorIng JENSEN BEACH, FLORIDA

live I 1011 The recognize this Statea Dr. Reitz sees no particular -
heir chief competitor and advantage to Florida producers' ----- ---- -

II IDEAL TAXISERVICE THE OPA ask us to a<. realize that we possess certain II ir this field, so long a* thereis
all institutional users of -I,. otndeUableaavantales.. and Ifwe such great demand for the

who (go out of business that'I.! continue to increase our single-strength or reconstituted The LIGHTHOUSINVITES

must notify the district oj: citrus acreage and succeed in I single-strength Juices.

within S day of closing bu.J.' mastering our problems of distribution He feels that growers in this ,
SEE must give an Inventory of sand ,.' and marketing our area should continue to produce I

MARTIN COUNTY ration coupons on )I.", :ompeution will become stiffer a product which reconstitutedcomes
when the business closed ana more difficult to overcome. close to 100 percent of ,

FIRST 0--0-0 Ren directed especial Inter- containing the health-giving
Wonder why there I ono ., I ,. A rstr
> t. hi methods and proced- qualities of the fresh fruit. Ingredients -
PHONE 9154AirGun Kalser-Fraser dealer-i lop i; 1m IJ the industry grower and used In the California I

announced for Martin COUI,., s narketinit organizations and tone beverage base reduce this cou-
-- --- "j far. In other parts, -o processing plants, where all tent 111 some cases as much as I
-.o-- 1 b"ar. folk/ are falling all 0'. h ,rl, production except single strength 37 percent. The interest of the

1 rh"in lives! for the fraiuhi!" uici s considered generally asos industry in California in the I /TuART FLR

0-0-0 product. He attended a process. he believes, stems from
Painting H B Kraft of the Chan iJ, "',w meetings of the organlza- the time when that Industry [, S, NO. I AT TIIE ST, L'CIE RItiR

,.,., JI\ 'umll1f':CP( reports that he h., 'oiif u ee what makes them
'" I.IJJIII III \ "".I .t .nd MO 1 1n processing was concentrating on
mal'd 1 a couple of hmldint> 1 \ tick and to glean If
uul.'r I. II'"l ""b lurnilun possible the other by-products at times YOU TO ENJO
S: Irt Sailfish Club tournam nt
any good idea that might be ap- losing a great deal of orange I
'." ',".k.O'h'o t H 8 Hera In the ad- olicabl. to Florida juice down the sewer", '

II:M > I 1)1 I .IM I IIB I r''I ,,.I._ department of the He visited the processing California, he believes. will ex-I The Finest of Seafoo
I p >;\anla Railroad Room
: 'h
1.:7' plant of the Mutual Orange tend its efforts in the future in I
x -smart
;'d 1 P"1J11oyll'anla i Station Phlla- Or \\ "bur II. llaim-x ol :Mir on. I'a" treasurer of the Comet
Distributors and of the California the fresh-fruit markets toward
\I H' brother, \'aihtinxsot idfion, proudly stands beside! a 77.pound, 12- I
j ph a ( ra s Capt RESTAURANT OPEN NOON TO 1 A
Fruit Growers the highest V
Exchange sending only
i very
!f ,,:.k H" ra who was loved by ounce white marlin, first of the species to be caught off St
| The latter handles about 70 to tempt the
per- quality product
Lute Inlet In several veirs. Dr. Ilaines was sailflshing on the
'cent of the state's citrus fruit consumer. This he feels. will be i
Moja: ;' with Capthtor P. Lance and :Mate K Jorgensonwhen Cocktail/ LoungeBAR
production. The former takes particularly so in the reasons ,
the marlin struck He battled It for one hour and twenty-
I care of another 15 percent. Un- when that state feels the ever
minutes with 18-thr..ad line and 9-ounce tip
I MARINE STORAGE like Florida where there are increasing competition of Flor OPEN 9 A. M. TO 1130 A M

j Florida Spent 19 Millions On I I many consentrated canneries the their Californianshave activities Ida.An occasional check up on DANCING NIGHTLY

7.500 FEET STORAGE SPACE I in just a few such establishments California by Florida citrus menIs
Welfare Aid During 1945 I' Of course the reason fora worth while. It will profit I I SAILFISHING AND RIVER CRAFT FOR CHAr

larger number of canneries both states If growers and ship
TALLAfIASSEE -- Benevolent cluritional circles The total .- -
Florida dipped deeply into its di b irsements for the university
golden coffers last fiscal year were SI.370.557,38. Florida Stat
for the halt, the blind and the College for Women operated on
aged More than 21 million dol- 97979308. The Florida A & M .

JACKSON'S BOAT ANDMachine lars were disbursed for education I College! for negroes cost $321768 I

Service Nearly 19 million dollars I 57 For the education of FlorIda -
were expended on welfare. To :s deaf and blind, disburse-

PHONE protect and reclaim the healthof ments of $245.425 49 were recorded. -
156W3 JENSEN BEACH citizens taxpayers contributed -I The teachers salaries fund
another 5 and three-fourth totaled $1493392334,

_____ n ___ __ million dollars The State Road Department LET'S STOP
Those art only part of the headed the list of state funds
permanent records written this spender with a total of $13941

Waterfront Properties week along the state's trail of 307.34. The department recordedthe

progress by taxpayers who con- purchase of more than $5-
,,.: n. I.dla, :. and i S' LUcIe rivers, and Hobe Sound tinue to pour millions of dollars 000000 In bonds Salaries totaled -

Ocean Frontage Into the State Treasury. In the 244494582.
annual report Issued by State Just how well Florida look
Comptroller J. M Lee many after the health I of Its citizen FEEDING INFLATION

of '''Le4 other interesting Items were revealed I lis revealed by expenditures of

L ai f Contrary to general belief I $3,731.250 24 reported by agencies
to rRt that a vast majority of public Ahlch Included the State Boardof l

t I. funds expenditures are made Health Crippled Children
tR Z-4 through the cabinet offices, rec- Commission Floilda Farm Col-

w n 1 nF ords released by Comptroller Lee ony, StateTuberculosis Board,
show the opposite. Out of 23 and Florida State HospItal.
state governmental agencies For the development and production know hat happen.. Yet that is exactly \\hats happening to.
spending more than $100,000 annually of agriculture the sttae
tla Our
'I > government is billionsmore
Js for I salaries the CommIssioner put out $1.808.508.05. largely for When you continue to spend more than spending
of Agriculture stood I inspection The State Plant you make and... than it lakes in. And it continues to
fifth The Comptroller's office I Board and Agricultural Exten- borrow to make up the difference

was eleventh, the State Treasury Mon Services spent another $1-
Keep on borrowing to make the dif.!
followed In eighteenth place. 5579070, The Florida Boardof This it the kind of nionej.handling that
The office of the Attorney Gen- Forestry and Parks spent ferencel I causes inflationeconomy .
eral trailed In twenty-first place. $830.840 98 Another Item allied
In the expenditure of funds with agriculture was the adver- You know too that a big chunk of every

for welfare work records released tising of Florida citrus. It recorded dollar you earn and every dollar you In government means

la the Comptroller's an- expenditures of $1.439,- spend the In
goes to pay cost of government. money your pocketIf
nual report show that the State 080.64.

Welfare Department used $16- That's why it's Important for you to take the American people-through Con.

994100.35 during the fiscal year. a good look at the the gross-will reduce government spendingand
way government
Included In the total of $18,802.-
644 39 Is the Florida Industrial Too Late toCLASSIFY spends your dollars.Government take steps to encourage production

j Commission the Florida Boardof inflation will be stopped: and this a the

o Social Welfare retirement should begin now only way it can be stopped
I'tl funds of all sources and general
child welfare By RUSSELL KAY to live within Itt moans Write
; four representatives in Congress
: The University of Florida today
\l During the
headed the list of spenders in ,I war government necessarilyspent
----- ----I II By Russell Kay huge of
sums money. Yet, with the
Dr. J. Wayne Reitz United Urge them to cut the cost of
"FESTU',%L OF STATES' Growers and Shippers Association war over the government plant to spend eliminating all government,

10 BE STAGED FRIDAY economist who has! just returned four times as much in the coming year waste all unnecessary
,services and
I.- I\ ST. PETERSBURG to this State from a visitto as it spent in the highest pre-war postponing all expendi-
The greatest "Festival of the citrus producing area of year. lures that can be put off until our war bills
States" In the history of St. California reports that the Industry have been
Most paid.
Listings of Improved and Unimproved PropertiesThroughout. thoughtful people believe that gov.
Petersburg will be staged next there has two matters of
Martin County week. The colorful parade will concern. ernment expenditures: are now far greater Urge them

ACREAGE -'- INCHES be held on Friday April 5. startIng These are according to Reltz than they need be. living to make the government start

Sewall s Point Kner-to-Klver Propertiesand at 4 p. m 55 Florida high the small size of its oranges and within Us means at a level that

school bands will participate and what Florida Industry Is doingto They believe that government, like a )'ouand your neighbors can afford to pay

Jupiter Island Ocean.to-Sound Estates: Sites 60 beautiful floats have been increase production and Improve family, should live within its means "s'ou'II
entered it merchandizing see the results
that it should not soon in the cost of
The size problem, It appears spend more than it takes
C. B. ARBOGAST U giving the California growersa in that it should not keep on going nd everything that you buy_ food, clothing

Real Estate WATERFRONT many here passed on at Bay real headache For some time deeper into debt. everything else, And you'll be doing
PROPERTIES Insurance Pines Hospital about two weeks the size of oranges there has become your country a real service,

_____ ____ n _I ago I I steadily smaller until the
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