The Stuart news
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Title: The Stuart news
Uniform Title: Stuart news (Stuart, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Daily News, Inc.
Place of Publication: Stuart Martin County Fla
Creation Date: May 2, 1946
Publication Date: 1938-
Frequency: daily[<1995>]
weekly[ former 1938-<1939>]
semiweekly[ former <1973>]
daily (except saturday)[ former <1982>]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Stuart (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Martin County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Martin -- Stuart
Coordinates: 27.192222 x -80.243056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 1, 1938)-
General Note: Publishers: Stuart Daily News, Inc., <1950>; Gordon Lockwood, <1964>.
General Note: Special historical edition, Nov. 9, 1950.
General Note: Special 50th anniversary edition, Jan. 9, 1964.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000581075
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Related Items: Port St. Lucie news
Preceded by: Stuart daily news

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ER b Of r the Associated Press ". Voice of An American Community D dicated to the American Way of Life Complete Local News Cov..ral'f'tr .

lPIE M MBLK 35 THE> Ml',\UTNM\S; \ STCVKr. Martin ('uunl*' IIOMH, 11ft! IP,....\\ MVUK.. PKKC:: TEN CCKls I

'Interest! White-Hot In Martin Primary Next Tuesday 'j : I

fjity of Stuart Purchases Recreation Building on River: Spotlight on Local 1 Battle I

Invited To "r'r, ...... \1:11: (tJUII.\, ,1I t.;LRL:: ARt -MARVNCCUNTY-- / VOTING PI.ACES 1tIl: M>> For Representative Postl.'Uh "
blic ,

r. 'A o Yacht Basin LandYOR : Maps showing Iha: w districts and precincts .. .iQ. I
b Buy are reprinted elsewhere in today's News. VPrecmts 'r'! ,' ill tin I 'i am ),sigh \\ as, :it fever i )111ch/ i ti' Mn"tin \111111( ,

I ,day I \. ith the :| tlijrht Playing mo-I t I 'rightly "n the rna i :\
1, Jensen Beach, Town Hall Mrs G. W. Shines,
Keith and
t I''i.Stat":: Rein"entHti\e, between (ieli'gr i
1 COLMIAN ASKS CITIZENS ATTENDANCE clerk; Mrs W. B, Ti'ton Mn T R. Heillier and Her- sn: II Rowel\)1. ,

BOARD SESSION M Frcmer inspectors ,
AT IMPORTANT man Both these candidates arcIua.t ---

g P M. FRIDAY NIGHT, MAY 3 Precinct 2, Stuart, Fire\ Staten: Mrs. Stanley Kitchin;. I
Prime issue
clerk, Mrs F. Van Smith, Mrs R. A. Tunley, and e business men COUNT BOARD

T lial" whi"11'" !l hits. been quit'II.I'| \iklll/| | Mrs. N. F. Chase, inspectorsPrecinct between them is the net fish- i

I'i'iy tm tin paSt "l'1e1'aI: ID"ntli-, it in- 3, Stuart, Chevrolet Garage Mrs C. L Bcggest Inl: question, with Keith committed '

cer fifIII\ niimiaijal puuhasi, ((1! :Muni I :-1'\i itIxnldinr s. clerk, Mrs Flora Corbett, Mrs. Momra Knapp and .......... to action to end vein.nand SHIFTS MEETING r

o / reeled on tin \\ .it 'ilnntnmint ( Mrs Hubert Clements, inspectors force trap net, allowing

h hI has lit'en 111'\.1|' |'' ] I hI' th Precinct 4, Salerno, Cy Fox Building : Mrs. Mary Chandler while Row.ells
clerk Mrs Chet Homan Mrs E, J. Arnold and only gill nets, FRIDAYBe
rB \II ''IK'\' ttui II1me 'iiu' of ( \1m III u IJ l'y' I I F I II I inVOI -.il" -. Mrs, Alta, Baldwin, inspectors, .d platform would allow /te'nes! DAY TO

I I Precinct 5, Hobe Sound School Houte: Mrs Anne Cat '- :farce trap nets and gill nets under -

:tI II'k omoi ting(-/ I TRMNERPLANE len, clerk, Mrs Anna Hart, Mrs. Ada R. Griffin and J. =7: ,a proposed plan of regulation i' in mi, I.ndi\( May J. the ,

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Mrs Pearl
Bryan, inspectrrs i .
Martin :111COI1' nishauncrs:
I adherents
P '.', '* ,it city i Precinct 6, Palm City, Town Hall: Mrs George Smith, Each has strong '
i Evanram: of Stunt Martin: will\ met UK lust and third Fridays
: anc each has waged a vigorous
o1 l plansadjacent\ FOR STUDENTS clerk, Mrs, Allen Burn'I Mrs Joe Gay and ars
I of car', month hutead o.
counts candidate in the Slate cD.'npalcn. I
*' d! I I. 1I..1I.\lId. lluiidasMai Ben Hodapp inspectors
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|11I"II't Wednesday as 1'cretofunlh
interest on
1; etnatr Rare for the new lthDistrict Next In keenness of i
Precinct Port Bessemer Office
7 Mayaca Properties
:o lot' a tinu i ..\rl'llIIr.Iho I Isliidini. Martin St.., : to( be the three-I : hour nf f meeting 2 p n:
comprising 'rally appears;
P .n Lawrence Fortscm' cler'! Txcia Boone, H. W. Sim-
NOYJ AT SCHOOL I : tin field in the till lor. tuiie and Indian Kiter Counties ,ruiiy race between Evans I ICary \' til I remain!' hr sam:: daylight t
J Walker .
1 I. mons and James inspectors
Ida I. i rare' fn iiitcd Slates 1 Senator ,
times this county4Representative saving time of course
who took the lead In the
,0 d 1 to at I Precinct 8, Indiantown, Inditntown Development Co.
1 e Office W, S, Parker. clerk, W C Ca\eny. Mrs I. historic fight which created the In the Leglsla- The board previous dim gH'
Unit toMayor : II .
FT'; ( To Be Used For Ground lti.lrlcl :ire, and Otis Parker. Jr.. Fort to \Vecln da> so that out of-
P. Clements and Billy Waddell Huddle
In Visual town boat J nemben could nteid -
Courses Only --- - Flute, who are contesting the
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1111 \ommls-1 Education ProgramA TBI-COUNTY DAY S,...A-e post for the newly l created the\ Rot rlan icheon, ana

l'' Standard Time Ruled For JAYCEES REPORTRASE 12 h District Mirtln, St. Lucie the board) meeting ou the same
I; Mini\ ( has A \ Vinnt: basl lulu I But that all stores
)j\la : Iud Indian River counties,, trip. now ao:<
wordy t nig: plane I BT13' used 1'1' 'I lain PLAYA bus!. .
I I": tilt FEATURES Craryhas been campaigning! on closed on Wednesday, '" "

sistant war pilots In the Roxeiiumntixar Florida Primary Election AL1C5! UB 3 rounds of 1,gl.latlve expert- 1 is at a :>c.11\-t111 and most ev'ry-

t lilt' FWA aviation program has been .nee. and the fact that he led : 011 [toes :It.. ': ng orI the bin 1 1I :

I purchased: by the Maitln county> \/oas held at :11,11-i itin lon fight I It was tilt'noufly i : si;. reed than,
t se
l'iI" Day \ th 93-day special >
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,school board! for use n':i the visual l l'jIJlld.1 i i pi 1m M election !porn'l \1.1< 11:11:1' \ \ : ( : ': "
; <'"Ipt of : which Fi'lday ""' Mb: a p erred Cl.:\
school the 1945 Lcgislatuie
11'J classes of aeronauticsof County Hiijli! J.MII ;I Tuesday will open and clot t:i mn i \\1.: r...t ". bi- NOW UNDERWAYJehn "1
19r'I Also, the i r mlston") tan oft i
April and athletic' f eldVednecli; estilted in creation: of the new : CI
Industrial Ai' depart (jp: Standard time-even In cltliwlilih lo' between! a. 1 i tilt';, m : ; ::
the > ,
Brennamrida IInd\1' I the student rhulimanshlp district Parker campaign has do th I : r; "I L end si: ppi I1, i

: r 1 retho ,v)nt it the Stuart M'1001.! ,1! Phvllii Baker i and the! dirci ( have adopted da'lh.th! c ajl I Iht saving u.'uThe Manager <:.>nter:d on the fact that he Is I Fridayof' ', *\e the u.unl I Saturday i -
: \ Mtirm'-At orney Ocniial opinion ua r qi'.t' d by Mann Named
I:. .>alcII The plane w.u p'IK-hased from lion of Mis Walt"r F DavcrljN >'. Ton Watson has tultd Sectary of State P A. Meet a war veteran from the larje.t: trip 10J'.n; ,
At Jaycee
:, t to the 'he ,surplus Comm'iillties AdiinlstraMoi physical iducitional director I county in the district The board' \ will meet In ,'Pl''I.d 1
be 7'n Mho i h admmisttijiif
Polls should at
opened reaponcible : Monday Night
', fi 3iOll i special Sp'.ssard L. 11' Hand long uMartU r'IOIlondltY: to prepare! 'n.'!
in and closed at T p, 'no on It10''lI'I1n... el(cUons,
hieran" t is been apdminivlr.itor- nice to non-profit and educatloii i '- Jay'e' I.. :vfonaa] appears ballot boxes lot' Tu'tday's clu\
bjxt"in :;ills and thf'ph; ) 1 primary el=ctlon day aworcllng I, J/I{ m giJ: t"", oigrtan bylt Swf :' .connf'ftcJte! I .
ed b'h'' .. tutUtutlons" with, speclfl"ViJiis \ lial i'Atttyion. t dlreCtott, frumFurt to united Spates Standard time;' that! Standard time u to be used night "J hr reports on *ort : way out liT front in the U. S.. tlon.

.wI< ,1 t unients !!\ ; :\ Ihnftt! Ii to b t uicd: lor" Pleixe,Vahokce and Cle \'is- I he :rald.: "It would seem to be because it will make for uniformity I rejects and make plans for Senate race in which the other imiiiiiiiiiiiii:in..i.iti'iitiiiiuilillliiiitfTl

X'tl ;t Ill the fact Ijstiuctlon and non-flight only, 'ion Cail1.0 Stuart for the day K'tuits baseball club which hai contestants are Polly '
the better reasoning that day- Gray said Balte'l' ,\K1MS: UULH
to make Sail!:: flyer n'cou'( former Arm' to partlui)',ate in track: and field I, N'xI'eek's entered a team \tn the Leajuc Bnty Burch and lex
will be
|lI R1 h i saving time tony primary IMI tLfCTHINRETt'ItNS )
I. (I scriptionIt I allot and high srhol alumnus, ictlvltl! .ames. relays, :in ath- the of the south east coast and Little definite interest has
.. state or national law, dl- tint statewide election] since : : 1 USU.\: Y
U antli went to Q.otgla and flew the letic round-table discussion Blades section been shown locally so far in
; iftUe or order, is not 'customary the I li! n legislature adopted the \' has I Steen the election
thai thmmatcd I utter i will be line\: down. It Is now on the dances songs, skits and n plc- i L. M Job.ison club president the railroad commissioner races
Standard in
,,111111, the next I :with end of the athletic field, i 111. lunch In the gv'11, ghllght! : those time locations in in Florida use'where T p m. poll closing hour. Cp to told ot work done on the old for group 1 or group 2-so that,! iustin Stuail: Stws for main'l.1ff11I\years be the on

auks near the vocational building, of the day was a closing exhibition I it then lit' law' provided:! that poll city tennis court stating bat the anybody's bet at present writ-
be voluntarily adopted"
may Ihe jub lucsdanlglit gathering -
who where students will get firsthand between the city" offered point for base lines ;ng: but adherent have been
11.II1Y( softball game 'Hit' lading( roans that \otci sin *'I'H': I. "Pl'Jl i it 7 a m ind close! returns from the various'
r"' Ii tlu purt and practical knowled: JliUiest scoring teams and phot 'I and other assistance in pub!:r doing: some mild barnstormingfor
cities "
El"tin i Stindiiil tini \1 'UI \utiug pirilndj In oidrr to
'I ', I otqulsibuild- of flying pilncipl s. 1, t luiaphlng.!: of tin groups) .. -- -- -- -.---- proerncnu\ Barns. Pettcway and Taylor I give local risidcnlsitt\ n11ulr ,,-

of": ,,: ,II,( Instructor JUIK Snijum who i Play Day Is an Innovation here Paul Thomas reported on tic I 1m 1 the Supreme Court race, with in,
returns as tieromo
constUiti n ,t a little in the PennsylvaniaState I In the supervised ports! activities i condition of the baseball tilairoii.1 little evidence so far of Lee I '
took )part ROSS WITHAr LADIES' NIGHTTOMORROW ,\> noun as It gels dark. about
e .IICO by then college seminar last summer ot (Girls of Jmtlcr nnd seniorbight and a committee composedcf strength 831: 'Juc'tli night the \c''swill
ilk) enter- bulletin school ages. competHu John Cotton Thomas and I Here are the candidates for
I I' is co-authoi of a ; start to flash returns. from
ten i', Mur- In In its Is not recommended by John Mann was -am'd by Johnson j county commissioner, and memb ,
imp dliectiig new courses preflight : pi OPENS OFFICER J AT (iiuntixilling pi.,icm mid oho"
,, to meet with\ 'he countytulsmtssinnen r of board of public instruction ;
Win\ 'I I ,ii'd Coast ; actonauticH. a phase of 1110dt'I'n'ducatol') for teenow'tins" ; : Stare reports" from over the
Tlffl. said. but the. to ask for help hi, in th various districtsJur :
I the Mtt. Davey
: gpiutil iclcnce stressing :: hlalo .\ s|>nltl. wire "I'rvl'e
;Sgl! D Kirk of He ta hluhlvpi : splill nl 1 play and sixliibiliU CLUBStage ndlttvnliu.\ th park County Commissionerwond ,
science! of aviation KIWANIS I will gate:! 'liliils from other
Wllha11l. Marta( ''"lIty'i s .
> Mann reported "I' local' nirrrli3iitv district Otto Kubln O I
rt "I'"'" 'U I ul HIIi used with tin practical: dl1'JI1'1tt1' \- and ,cult' itlon In II i 1 iieutir ViIII. I HUMtics ,mil \"o\'l.I'd! lies
ervloff1"l'1', lit. I1 1 turn
new I> lu I bnuglit" tinifornut at D. Q'Jlnlivan' I It'or
111; "I "lIlId i $:J3-: \[ lot use by tin( sin ic'y. III> "uirtatlonil projects LS ',, summaries will fulloa'throughout I -
fvcinin nt tt ilnlnt; .1 '(ut of S19.M ca'-ti The namesof County Gonimlhbloncr; I
'If stressed In the phy-
"I llJum'd, v being ( ,
cit'nt'- 10 Ihr
ichool where he look an Intensified Set For Informal Evening CMimifflcrtuiir
: th contributors : lobe lett fourth district; Henry Crews
Jr.a: 'Ilih, uidltorSt The plane has. u 4jO:; hoisi'powi vlt,il ed J program; the addedIIIP : is cordially InUtril
to ben course In goeminent I Featuring Kid Party red on th' uniforms, he said, Charles R Evans, R. L Wall i
Lttcleifid ') ', lyllndir uidial, Pratt :indVliltney ( demonstration proved! I toeter- EntertainmentThe to be guests of the In.'ulnew.. .. "
r I regulations 1 peitalnlnn but letters are not noavailable For Member Board of Public '
most partlciI -
\ been engine It Is a I two : !i tat success and IMpel ilnticiii night/
,:', I delight with Ihdar's ans and has opened an oUll'eupstall'5 and the donors will not set full Instruction, district 1: A. A
n i I ii patrioa I ;lace Army mnci used by the I j1alll expressed II in the courthouse I icuiiiii weekly luncheonof the order be '
credit until can Hendry jr.. John S \Ilchaelson llltlii jllllll'IIIII1t1.11tiIIIIIilttllte'/
,ltd has an I I.cta Navy for obs>ci utlon and by tin oioBram school icgistered the Office hours will\ be from 9 the Stuart Kiwanis club has Itlifd Other merchants chipped : For Member of Board of Pub- ..- -

act i'o1 ,'[lacy snack 'I' \irny for st.Ud'lll' pilots ";iN As ach were dlvidiu and! placed I a m. to 12 noon and from 2 to I II been cancrll for tomorrow in ir to make up a fund of S300 ,, 'Ic Instruction, district SOD: .

:."' service mi'"lor team >-> that teach *::30p. m, at which time Gi's mayntervlew I, favor of annual Ladies Nightto for equipment 1: aiue clUES and Hataay O H. Tlltl1.( TE!! TIDES
niK I
Site i. ,t I'el'e OliGHTERSONNAMED !ram consisted of four girls from him regarding most I, bl'gln'lIh a banquet at 7:30: Inrlnentals I A spirited race Is underway'

recin he en aril of the towns presented i I any matter pertaining to gov- ;n. m. ot the Womans club Guests Paul Young ana Hank Reeves 1 for a Demoetatic party post onsite I High and I.ultl'r, it !Stl.tuie \

'n Hate! war years I '"1'I1l'(; ..p teams compitid tlnough- "l'nmenL aid 'l'ldUl k and ire requested to come In kiddie volunteered to set up poles, do- : State mocratic Ex:cutivc I Inlet for the weekending i

)dlnim, postwar I ON BOARDRFCOVERNORS nn! the day. playing in the true I personal inveatita 1 !:' lens will use costume for the etenlnss en- nated by George Park )jr.. and to Committee position long held I' lay Otis

.olunltel '. uion, building .putt of friendliness and wliole- r.ls off-hours he stated, and if rtainnient will be a kid party string wire for a backstop: at 'by Jim iT, J. F.i' Kennedy or' ('umpiI'der"3" by .

J 1 ev(1'I iolk who ex- lecieatlon he wA\ warrants 'nor. hours A full program of Informal fun the diamond Bob Harrell and Florida Abstract Co.,, now' soughtby Capt. I). II hears, '

ol thi I to make the I ome Loc'I comMittees who oigan-; will\ be devoted to office Interview and frolic has been arranged C. \\'. Long agr ed to aft the Kennedy and Kenneth Stlm- High lets, .

1 hand sailors for A ball ,\,M 1'\1: VM: I'.'M I.
ioian) lied the Play Diy event weie: I ] by: John Cotton committee. poles ready u" com mell of Stuart Fetd Store. Ii IiI

laU. ", Baker ArtieRnw'ell Application blanks for school- The club president, George mittee of five men with the :Names of canc.alates for county tri 3 OM: !I:3': 3:11: 1:2" 1
: ''J( lioitam. PhyD 'I
,' oy a.inclal( trans- Local Prosecutor Electedby and Loa Lea Jamison; :ng. vocational training pensions '. :ieltli. has announced the fol- chairman to serve as manager board and school board will SalMon. 4 10:10 10:37 1:07: 4:10 ,
1'I I '
t d till ,,, 1 the city ac- State Bar Association I lruprtles. Molly Rlcou Jean hospitalization grave I! ;owlng committees: who win contribute was elected Mann was elected apixar only on the ballots given ; $un. 5 11:011: 11:21: 5:011: 11:0:1! :

tdlateh itv! were not As 9th CircuitRepresentative Biacham and Maigy Tucker: \'eicptlon markers, Insurance re-Illstate-I to the event : Tickets :aji chairman-manager Johnson to th precincts In their respec- : 6 U:07: 5:58: 5:0:1 i: :

I'Hess t Ot> I alcd, but will i Janice Arbogast and I ment and others will be avail-I Herbert Tha>er: publicity Bill .lames J.'Mierrold and Harrell l\e districts Precinct 2 in the lues 7 7 U:32 1:011: 7:01: 7:1:1: : ':

IIU&ht 'II'' public tomor- il. able at the Service Mitchell; decorations and tables and Mann selected Joe Green- only one to vote on the county t\cd 8 12: ,! 2:10: 8:09 8:35: r
to.'o, oughtrs prosecutingattorney (/ Janle EriccksonOfflclaM I
has the city as T. T who served for the :headquarters and he will assist : .Iis Keith, Mrs Henry Kindredand lees and Herman Reitz, ]jr to ccnuiUlsoner for the second district 'I Thur. 9 2U: 31: ? 9:O'l! 9:29: (r
"Wouncei ,
: gal othe ''* plans for the of Martin Florida county State was Bar I' .aiioi events included: Janice I in making out the various l Mrs M. J. Morrison: food. eene Precincts 3 and 3 elect the I I1//1

'han the
mea that it will letctd by Molly Rlcou\ Dee Law, foi'nis, Mrs, Longbottom: properties3horty It was toted to set up a separate : 'jutth strict: board member :
( theBoaidof botcist
I..m om I immunity' use. "association to the 9th ,i Ruth S.11lth. Helen Ba 'bas, Emily I Witham sat recommended for I Fulton; reception of fund from the club treasury{ Voters in district 1 will be the iTHE'"EATHER r

pr, 'henuclus of a iors, representing. I : luiil,' on. Jerry Ann Smith Mary appointment by the county quests Bill Porter and levy to handled by the ball committee only orts: allow d to vote for 1
ell'cult.'I'he : >
e"inp't"ciudim Inn long needed ) fucilclal Includes eight : Dnnond! Emily Rowtll Omger I board by both the American fohnson: clean-up, Bernard'' and to be known u the I the school! board member In i ror the pant week us it_ \

.; and each' a waterfront 9th Brevard circuit Indian River. I JiiTtl on, Josephine Clements, Legion and Veterans of Foreign : :Zokct:: Charles Bartl( tt. Leon -Athletic Fund". Bid Mennin- school! district 1 ; the school rcjreitntatlve I ported by John Mann, U. 8 ''J'JI'

tall ba&ln Fridaysailed Bounties: Knickerbocker, Hazel Wars of Stuart, Ills salary will raj'lor and Allan Decker music I fcer offered a hundred printed : from district 2 will Weather Observer, City Hall, )1 I II' l

Peoplt way, to and discuss with ,Waitln Seniinole Oke and:chobee St Lucia, Orange, I I Johnson Betty Luilinc Oicfne Alice I ye: paid Jointly by th commissioners Clyde Courson and L. C Cle- j uiemncrsh. cards as a gift from I be voted upon by electors fromprecincts I' Stuart r
means of the Stuart S'eWs. '
S 7 and 8 only
and the government ments :
ring Waterfront The election was held at the i Dyer and Marcia McPherson ''
fl.1, land ad- Rossitham, Young and Tempt'raLurc Ieu.dlll"s II) I
''I' 'Ihl bUilding. Then innual meeting of the assoda- U>::,K were appointed to iinest1f.i.lc !- : :3URGHARO TO TALK I' Maximum l\lInllnum '

ztn Silt'((0 every elvlc-mlndt'd .Ion at Whitehall in P-lm; attended Beach. I I LARGE AT GROUP SALERNO HEARS Shark Industries Expanding; : a: possibility of erecting ON PUBLICIZING OF April 25 80 68 ]\

attend .ther local attorneys KEITH blr.chers at :he park and to report INLAND WATERWAYS April 26 86 64 I I

: sere Judge JV. R. Clonts, John at the next meeting i I April 27 '77 MJ I II
CVER 100 gill ncttcwand Ask Bids On New Structure
A. O K inner Approximately } '
0'-1' KING BACK Cotton, Judge 15 Mar- First Icaue; :same: has been I Auu.st! Ourghard Fort Lauderdale April 23 1 79 G3 I
and delegation sonic
FAR PACIFIC I O Hitman Hairy Dyer a held apolitical set for May 12: although schedules sill speak here Friday May' April 20 82 61)) I i I

its John J MooreaWANlFATTIRE, tin county rally business at SU'ltons men fish I Salerno flourishing shark- which will be constructed in the'i have not been released A I 10 to local Klw inland at a pro- I April 30 85 60 I I f

: Airborne tt orovr King or the FOR at Salerno; last Friday I i Industry Is again about to make near future as a processing and practice game with Fort Pierce Tarn in charge of Commodore May 1 85 82 i' I ;

lere Wednesday Engineers return-- I LADIES NIGHT EVENT I',,1\.ll.se night. In which George Keith I I another expansion it was indicated storage plant Is being arranged for Sunday i Stanley: : Hitching, vice chairmanand Hainfall In Inch4:11: / .

i morning for Ropi tentative, today with announcement Notice calling for bids from FLORIDA PILOTS
months nudidntc
KIIII, who In the far ar-I Members and guests attend- i expfsstd his views in opposition that Shark Industries DIvision contractors prior to May 20 appears -' TO STAGE AIR MEET ,r Inland Na ''iatlon DUtrtct:)I The I April: 23 -.. -r II' I

able has received' his I Ing 1 Klwanis Ladles Night' at the I' to seines and force trap of the Borden Company in today's issue of The ]I II Jier..e will be the publicizing of April 28 i iI t

he ,?discharge took< Part I Woman's Club at 7:30: Friday 1 I 11\1.)' Keith told the gill nttter plan additional space In its Industrial Stuart News.Prloilty The Florida Air Pilots associatlon -, Plorida inlund waterways I April 27 i 18

t Okinawa Campaign i. and | evening, May 3, are advised to I would take steps when set-up on Manatee Bay. I ', w 1U sponsor an Air Meet Board of directors of the April 28 t' It
old tint ne for immediate con- I .
Ill'' Japan> after vie- corns; ( dressed in slacks or elected to demand law enforcement Bert D Keck, Stuai t architect, I at Hoequbt Airport Orlando Chamber of Commerce and April 20 s ?1 I
WI1\\ {
V. KJIII loin his brothers'j clothes: --without neckties. Those I I end seines and force trap has designed plans for a 47 by strui Uon will be granted by the Florida, May 4 and i. to promote others Interested in waterway April 30 Gl it

too of and Drew clearing to dress as kids may do ,I I i ets, but continue the lawful operation 78-foot building of reinforced I Civilian Production Adminlstratlon I good will among Florida private Improvement have been Invited I May 1 ..14I illMAY" i t
the I1t
I, Pelican Hotel 80, but a prior ruling rescinded making I I of gill nets. concrete, cement block and steel<<; pilots. 1:0 attend I Total ,14 1 C

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Man Who Was the LEADER of the FORCES 1 i

Which Fought For and Won the Battle For Constitutional -

Government in Flcrida in tho; Historic 53- I

Day Special Legislative Session of 1 c'EVANS :'45 or.


CRARYFor of f1., w Y

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Speaker ol the House. *iart n county's Represents.
tine wu one of the strongest factors in holding th a.
sembly through the S3 days of the special session and
I war a I leader of the forces which won the fight for constitutional
Almost Two Months 1 government in Florida He i. the outstandins .
choice for the Senatorial potts created by the new
Martin- St. Lucie-Indian River district.

Gave of His Time and Effort 0I HE DESERVES THE PROMOTIONCrar

> Speaker( It-" 80':1bleh' : will rf>m lll i
bar r ceroc SUM-*iOo rret.<<: Broward md Pat/
.niUcn for hoidw :he H xue M antr's Till be -.put .
together' : a-d :', the point tine a Sena:.)r
At Great Personal! SacrificeHe be Curing: sttMUon th-anIs reqaentlr bait!appeared t.mti r r",ptnenttnij Senator N the Ray 33rtiuj Cat
I hoprieu Bt was a leader ofthe
fGl'C':1 which ought sod }
.....n.bat1> got cwutttu- &t,1.&taI-111. it i is lo.
"'tmed. remlnechobe Stnattm.al
totenunent in Florida
lib!. county bass prnonat. ttw OsceUtetrtct ;'
Hlives :i t.
ftare m Led The Fight For All South Florida Against search,tl1<-Unc.ret. hul Coder>\orth the Rawer Mcrtdaqueues. btlt potntee conntyFw: n crary or nominef.U me tot los):' ,t'
tie monbeni dtetrtetire trtr Ha record it

1 The North Florida Bloc Which Resulted in Mov- Lotto Siuth a relued ud riorlda Indian for and asswnmen Rircr Martin roan.t.&cut1n1:St to penny performance ability and ,'i i -

ties 1111I get one of those dbtr J}f th* House thi'"'

ing Two Senatorial Districts to South Florida. O'lrNla tilna.' bring and Ofeeechob mnorHl** roan-from I have IHS session earned and the promoiRrpnnl specia

d hem The ..,..... News of July 2.... 1917.Earned :.

\' He Has the Honor of Being First SENATOR :

I I of the New District He Fought to CreateMARTIN I II


(I'I Ar a resident. of Stuart for 19 years, Evans Crary has given unselfishly He it a mature statesman,with the"know.how to let immediate
of his for civic Ever since at l.ll.h..ee.The time of an inexperienced
time good he came here as a brilliant young : man would be wasted the
first year but Evans has
Crary the benefit of 10
I lawyer, he has reflected the confidence vested in him by never failing experience representing Martin count,. He has shown years of that legislative he
tc respond to a call in which he could help his town or his county counties)in-1"this district. """-and will' do the same for the three call




By Voting For Him Overwhelmingly Next Tuesday

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County Rod and Gun Club I County test is Rod the &beautiful Gun Club Martin 111I11I111111I1111I11I11I.; .; Illlllllllltllttl Bishop Paul C.-Kern-- her very satisfactory help who i're made Change that will Improve i :"
a large silver cup on which will rnimv is LAST DAY are cooperative and undersUndp the working conditions P' f
Fin Starts This be engraved the names of the'Innel' rim .IBTVTIEOTIC! : ... about working hours ;! and at the same time Inoreuf "I .Y.
Saturday \\ of each ; :Many Improvement have been production; t .;
contest for 5 DELAYED AGAIN S I
years At the end of each S Tomoirow ii the' last day for I made in the plant since last. French style beans are now g' .
I absenteeotlnff at the office S' I.r Three crews can be em- b 'I i '
,,1m' of the the right to make the awards year period the cup will be ?ing processed Beginning May
n I .or, i 11,,' MartinI I either In cash or tackle awarded to the angler who entered of County Judge<< A. H. ClcintsHoueter. I I mad! now insfad of one This. J 1. whole tomatoes and tomato 1"

o. ('IIIDSUl1t- The contest is open to all the heaviest fish of the I If amy voter h absent Nationwide Book Paper I \ summer more change! ( will luic will keep the plan busy tL.)'
I! 's-nus'' Khh, gives members and associate mem five Meanwhile the cup willremain from hiv home precinct Shortages Blocking :- -- r,7 I
r o ha nee at bers of the Rod & Gun Club in custody of the Rod tt'I' on election\ day lie may vole Printing
,", IK> i Club Olin Club lit the clip where he I Is located I When You're in S ;wart Stop at The 4
wIll be membership are and Is
,pI1IP' $5 and expected to by certificate of I Directors of Martin county
.' Sa,",",rti\ May 4, associate members can be secured grace a new building Planned: prrmrntin a Chamber of Commerce were informed -
p night by non-resldenti forh! < rlvenhore rtKlslrillon. HORSESHOE BAR I
day about ) ;
ti s;-ennunu< fnr or "ivesslsfrs mile one Judge (unit( stated that themumher Monday night by ErnestLyons. !!
auring( play or other women relatives north of stuart on the I
publicity director, that '
of ahttntee ballots In
i North Fork. I ;
of m-mbers DRINKS
at $2.50 raid PACKAGE GOODS
\ZIJot per.
enC" .
J The I :Martin fount has always been the current paper shortage --
.:II" in J s x'II1 go RIcou Memberships Hardware are available at will be-romp over'a tltlon 10-month for the cup small but the special arrangement worse now in the book paper Free String Music:: Every Tuesday and I ",. ::
oho' (> 01 Colemans' period
mW I the has
:' hvhlch every qualified Held than during war- I
hit i period: Firestone both of which each year from May through Thursday NightsMusic 1\
L :11 are official pebiuarvClub voter Is. given an opportunity held up publication of the Fishing I ,
.-, "HI US form weighing: stations
"", :- Quid', which not hit
to cast a ballot is an may by Paul Kersey and his Melody Playboys ",'
:,_' ) .ih reserves I Innovation of them/).47 ronertabhshments members tentatively dis- Imtioitini: cog In the machiiien the Incas now until June( 01 I ',' '
umcd hi leliiiu BILL )
-- -- a winter tniimo.ment COLSON, Mgr Phone 316 '
bn< decided not; to take : of Dcinoi'racyiiiiii'iiiimiiinmmiimiiiiiiiiminiii', July.The 1 ti
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guide he said has been A .
action (oa;i this until close of the ( t .
I IlImn1f'1' compiled and ready to print foi
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s toiiin ', in August. -
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more than 45 daji-
J(in ,i.' Rod & Gun Club It'si
Bishop Paul B, Kern, author -
half enough has beenerured
i Hi'11.\ worth $5 01 $2.50 to W. N. RAKER DIED paper Voters of District 1 ',:
to date.
NOTICE i I hr ''p) .1 i ""11 mi<1 spoiling organization AT HOSPITAL HERE I educator and church
alii .- and have a chance Manager H. B. Kraft called statesman, will be the speaker .
at lilac( pii7PsPARKER attention to the fact that Vero over a regional networkof "
I : William: Nelson< Biker pasted Beach has raised $8650() in membei 39 radio stations May 5th, A. A. HENDRY

I away at Martin County Hospital 'ships to date, exceeding its lor The Methodist HourI I
HERE ON last Thursday. April 25. Oraxe&lde quota while the Mal tin drive Is I which will originate from a IJ J

selling beer wine SENATE CAMPAIGN services, were held at Wave- lagging, President T,T. OuRhter- WSB in Atlanta at 8:30
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or liquor
are Otis R Parker land ceme.'ry: at 2:30() Saturday on plans for a drive here, i| A M. EST. ASKS

eby notified that it is illegal by city ordinance to State Si, rotor Horn candidate the Twelfth for Jones afternoon.! officiating with the Rev II H. A representative of the contracting I This program is heard .

i any intoxicating beverages during the hours ofm 'District t (rmpiNng Martin StImle He was born Jan 8. 1856 in Woitham.firm which of is Hlgbce remodeling' and a lover W1OD station 8:30 w
( i Ii I Indian '
.1. River countiesAOS .
while the i LciiMillc, Ky.. mired to Florida structure for the Chamber ot
polls remain
IOP m. open) for the m Sums Monday: in the interest
i.i 1875 and married Mary Messing Commerce announced that thewoik
locrttic primary on Tuesday, May 7. "I i his campaign( \ He 1 18 In 1802 He lived with his has been lnd fnltely delayed VOTE
tr:i over the prospects
I tot nis diction next naughter Mrs Lillie Flipp of by an order freezing nilllok -

i him 8 a m to 8 p. m. Eastern Standard Time not ,n and i raised in Fort Tuesday.Pierce Rio for the past 24 )'ears. '\ except to veterans, Attempt '
Survivors are his daughters: Is being made to secure and r
r inin' h in ot( the district, his z
Mrs Lllll Frlpp of Rio and Mis so the wok BEANS CANNED 4
a priority may proceed
w is a prominent
The City of Stuart D. C. VeOridv of descent City :
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sfl two\ terms In the '
David and LeRoy Baker of Stuart SUPPORTin
legNuiup After his The directors approved ads to
Charles Baker of Fort Pierce, AT SALERNOI
I In')1,': college he became a run" lii Birmingham and Atlanta:
B> L. B EURIT, City Manager M: *. Mary! Fire\ of Crescent! City
I I ppitn i with Ills father and was ,II 14 !pi.inddiilclien and 8 ureatBinnctchlldien newspapers, In June and July the
I vu 'ucc-tssful until he entered' in the same issues with Florida I The Salerno Packing house

I the .nice of government In State Advertising Commission which is a blanch of the Sunrise -
a \VoikVu! ; ) II. Immediately onh's publicity based In the theme of Products Inc. has started I, May 7 Primary
I ie!(n-e( last December he re- ': RED CROSS ASKS AID 'pending summer vacations I| canning spring crops The plant's i iI '
T I 'tuncc" hi- law practice in Fort FOR HOSPITALIZED MEN here ,I production has Increased rapidly for
NOTICEI Pierre and later became a can- flnce the winter ciops Due to
d1clnt.t ::01' the Sate: Senate The reuulai meeting of the I I labor shortage and lack of vegetables -
He reels( that his own county'' F.E.C. Camp and Hospital Council F'E.C. Council: Dr E. C. Bark- I to can Jack Thompson
Mr, B. W. Montgomery Member Martin
fey Chairman
will Ihim' was held at West Palm Beach : County
a good majority i Fort Lauderdale Vice says; the plant has not reached ;
fine he will receive a good vote Thursday' April 25th at the '
I Is peak vet. although a high
I Chairman Mrs Carrol DunsMartin -
Moved To in the other two counties MrPaikcr Palm Beach County Chapter I I ; n: .tit has: been attained
: is 33 years old, Li marred houi- Mi i R. K D'nckla. chali- I pom be County Treasuer I Board of Public Instruction
and has two( children He l Is man pie gifts I The manager also stated that
an interesting speaker and has Martin County was represented ''f.lr the boys who are confinedto I, due to the fact that the help is

made many lilend( during the b:. Mr- Ted Chambers Vice I their beds Every package I more plentiful and that the band c
410 Camden campaign Cite liman Camp and Hospital !should be wrapped. Also requested Is bring lifted from the vegetables TURN OUT AND VOTE

1----r for Martin County; Mrs. F R I are Barnes prizes. All of these he expects to have reached

I Horton, Vice Chairman Junloi arc to go to the Naval Hospital the top production soon. t.
I I Avenue Smokey Says: Red Cross: Mrs Carrol Duns- I at Key West The Key west I I
Considering the sire and location -
I .. combe. Chairman Volunteer Chapter) i b unable to supply these Show Your Strength
&+ a Nuns iai35APiaa: I this Is one o( the best rankIng i iI
I'ItfvEomC.01101 JUCH a. iso. 1 Speiiil I Service; and !Miss Mary articles, and donations will be
I plan:s of the 'tite A good
Until E5'" JCe'-.E""RI" spa owe Ehackleford Executive Secretary aPPI'e<'latl'd. If any further In- I : : :
Further ( ,
r'. WCNK cuss quality I I ol ]product is being pro- I I I
I S qua;= :our4/, I formation Is New officer elected for the I Rod Cioss 174 : ..
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the purposes of going ahead on plans to purchase 1I

property adjacent to the Recreation Building on the r

waterfront for a Yacht Basin Site. BOYS HERE'S THESTATE

of the SUPREME

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Stuart City CommissionBy WAGON $14.95


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lived in Florida 37 years; educated in University i.

of North Carolina (A.B.), University of Flor- JUNIOR COASTER Flashlights 'I

ida Law School (LLB.), Columbia University Law Stuart Training School Solicits

a. School; admitted lo Practice law in Florida in 1915; Right angle will light under

i'a over 17 years a judge, 12 years as Judge of Criminal WAGON rubber tires $$95 watei r

Court of Hillsborough County; practiced law in Aid For Band OrganizationThe I One to a Customer
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Dade County, Florida
f,( Miami since 1937; member i 1
.s i4 American Bar Associations; led in first ,
1936 served in U. S. Army Stuart Training School hat a campaign on footto CHILD'S FOLDING BEACH YACHT \
3 primary for Governor in ; raise fund to finance a school band of sixteen or CHAIRSHEAVY I
m"World War I; member American Legion; member friends white and colored,
pieces and are asking our \\1
and past president of Kiwanis; 32 Mason, to assist i us in this effort. We feel that a band will COLORFUL STRIPED: CANVAS SEAT AND BACK ;+ I ;! !

Shriner, Odd Fellow, Past Grand Chancellor and mean so much to our school and community and have
of Pythias, Dokey,
Supreme Representative pledged ourselves to work earnestly to that end. Lewis t
member deacon and teacher'of AUTO RADIO I WASHING it'
Pi Kappa Alpha; Maxcey, organizer and chairman of the Stuart Train MACHINE ,
Church, Miami. I s
Central Baptist
Men's Bible Class, ; ing School Band Association, has the approval of the ANTENNAS' HOSE i

i School and the School Board to solicit funds for the 11 l ,

band. Any amount. you give him will be appreciated. I
3 length -- Brass Tubing 6 foot %-in. Hose
and entertainments he has already -
Through contributions

Over 17 Years A Judge raised over $100.00. It may be possible that you t

I have some kind of musical instrument lying around I
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and for which you have no further use. We will

appreciate and thank you very much for its donation.We New Shipment of 9x12 CongoleumSTUARTPHONE i

Your Vote and Support Appreciated wish to thank those who have already contributed

and to you who will contribute If you wish you

may mail us a check made payable to THE STUART i l f f


(This Adv. Paid for by Friends of Judge FeHeway) MURRAY, PRINCIPAL, OR TO LEWIS MAXCEY, 147o I ;l' Il

Paid Political' Adnrtl.'fttl' >

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i 0 ::. I Appreciate She WholeHearted Support Pledged to M


j tror n All Sections of Martin County


i' M Sta.te: Representative

I In full confidence anr'' appreciat on, i am 2/ateful to the enters from all t I appreciate the opptrtunity to be ol!' :,rvice to the people of Martin
parts of Martin County who. have &-soured me of their support next: Tuesday Count, and when elected to this important office will work for
and I am sure that if all of you 30 to the polls next Tuesday,May
7, i illegal seirinjj i in Martin' Cov';.ty will l be ended. I am grateful that so.tir.y the best interests of the f farmers,busincs= men, lawfv'commercial i fish-
I : of you: have rallied to the:>.?n '*.which I have taken:: for betterment ci-men,ranching,tourist trade and other industries. The pledges of my
and progress.
VICTORY 13 AT HAND. CO TO THE POLLS AND VOTE. campaign will be kept

I The Vital Issue In This Campaign Has Been-And Remains:







:' I Will Also Dem ind That The Existing Laws Against Seines and Force

Trap Nets BE ENFORCED NOW-And Win Go With A DelegationTo


i Not Be Deceived By Any Last-Minute Efforts Which Might Be Used To Discredit My Stt nd On These I Issues

.. Lawful Commercial Fishing With Gill Nets Will 3c Fostered,

I, {( Protected, And Continued As An Important Local dustry: .
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t. Get Out The Vote-And Vote Against Seining By Voting For

>:. ''f':I IIK GEORGE I\ KEITHAS ; : .'

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STUART NEWS, STUART, Martin County, ILOU1DA, TIIUllSDAT, MAT :2, 19f1 f I II

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; Rates nnnn'+"n++++l+ IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIMII -
; Save '
DAN Florida since its beginning in by women and girls ol Gadsen products< with the I '
Social MCCARTYCIVES lore help of the Florida families well during\ two
News of County, for Instance, have been ,
late Dr, N M
Straughn of the
wars and a severe depression. It
Home demonstration work has sold for a tidy sum each ,
25,000 Annually On Bills year U&DV Jellies, marmalades, but it on a scientific basis today, R
come a long way since the girlsof Home
Stuart demonstration
Cont'dIllllllllllllllllllllllllliillllllllllllllllllll VIEWS\
ON those trrJI'fsel, \ VC8, pickles, candles and moductlon to have something I'I
early year enrolled In In Georgia stated the culture of '
and! other high grade citrus to eat fresh and: to can
POWER COMPANY tomato clubs Even though vitamins Piirifnta. ,
AND pepper In the United '
tun I delicacies have been
Mru general ever also helps insure an adequate
BOUNCE MLW:: RATES EFFECTIVE MAY 1 1llUOl FUTURE PEACE were yet to be discovered I States, now an Important coin- Mnce, "
I It was known that diet lor farm I families! ; every day
ItOBINS01RlLU/ :\ tomatoes had in jclal enterpilse Mrs Ola
", ) whIch are the larger dairies, machine great nutritional value Todayno I'I'I Powell Malcolm, first canning Flume' (iiiininu! has served. in the. year '
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Miss Joan Mabrl Robinson, club member's garden Is complete slstant employed h''I''
>22 ,000 anbllllS shops, wood working plants, Rotarians Hear Former ? by the U S "
,?, i of newspapers, building material daughter! of Mr, and Mrs, Sid- Legislator, Army Colonel without tomatoes and no Department of Agriculture, Induced '
till'iiial cusI manufacturers, awning ney Robinson of Hobe From home pantry is worthy the name Miss Carrie Harrison, research -
/! manufacturers Sound St. Lucie County unless
it contains plenty of can- I worker returned irons an MARINE STORAGE
? (d I today by bottling works andscores was married to Oeorge Brenner ned
,sident of Orlmm of tomatoes, puree, soup mix- investigational) trip to Spain, tofuinlsh .
of other Pawtucket ,
pn" manufacturers R I", Sat- Despite the controversial nature tures, chill
and! Lightnnounced and processors, urday afternoon, April 27, at 3 of many publjc issues of and sauce, mince meat pimento ,seed to some J
o'clock, The I many other blends of relishes I home demonstration UL-cn.s 7,500 FEET STORAGE SPACE '
Savings to water pumping customers ceremony was performed today, it is my personal opinion "
are 'stlmatcd at $80,,700 by the Rev, Edward C that our nation will see no rad- Because the tomato's With pimento as a principal J'

Ilf'r l< i and annually, These ulll average Young, pastor of the Hobe Sound ical change! in the futuie, Dun vitamin C is not lost In valuable cooking ingredient, the home demonstration HAULING AND REPAIRS 'w.
Inch) ( will about 20 per cent for the 140 Installations Community Presbyterian church McCaily\ St Lucle county civic commercial people prepared a flne-
canning of tomatoeshas
ponptngnnmercial affected Industrial) The setting was beautiful, a leader and retired Army colonel, skyrocketed IHvoicd, colorful relish called I ,
customers will save about 13 patio surrounded by tall palms told Stuart Rotarians Wednes- mato Juice, first upward To- j n S. "Banner of Spain I i chutneyi I WELDING, MACHINE WORKJACKSON'S
and decorated processed commercially i to serve with l meats, curries and
per cent In both cases manycustomcis caladiums, diy In small '
calla a way In 1929 "I'1111al', dUics The Dixie Relish,
Inn lilies,
i m' used Begonias
can obtain larger and gloxinia" Pointing out dial the United
: reductions today leads all\ Juices In amount
.' i, I'i read- by scheduling States has arisen to until oilginaliy prepared by a home
operations cmerg- f consumed The tomato canning BOAT AND ,
'I 1.,; l 1stI to avoid The bride wore a light dcn.oI1stratIln lormula more
heavy gray
use of tin e'ley of the past and came out method first taught 4-H club
01'111"I dcclid scivlte suit with a of shaded than 30 years agoa tasty I mIx- Machine Service
during the exenlng hoursIn corsage \lcioilons he dated that he did gills In 1910 still remains '
I more the wlntei yellow roses She was given in ture of vegetables, spices) and
months\ when our not expect any new angled Manatee County 4-H SOUnd'j' other ti
i", Florida'sThat 'prak load' occurs;" 'Smith olnt- marriage by her father Her sister !dear: or ideologies here, "The der the leadership of Miss flavoring asent..becamethe PHONE 156W3 JENSEN BEACH ,
will\ ed out. Miss Jean Robinson, was the disappointment; of the returning McOiIll, then home nucleus of many relish adaptations -

"rr i jobs for The two new rates replace only attendant veterans In finding a scaicltyof tion agent, demonstra'I'I I iiV, plants by. commercial preserv- I
money 111 nine old rates and simplify tilecompany's After a wedding trip to Philadelphia themany commodotles for I pI'acticeof staking I
Canning of meat and fish in ,
orlty I for rate schedules for (the couple will be at whlcn they have money to buy tomatoes, now widely followed the home had their
wIll.. "Wenathng these customer groups, home in Pawtucket where an Is u natural reaction", he asserted commercially and in home United

:}( In-' On May 1 the poser firm will nnnrtmcnt Is awaiting them, calling attention to the no- dens. gar County States Florida inception where In the Pinellas pics- 'I ON THE l JOB
end I have celebrate the tlrcaole contrast the Ol finds Home
opening) / of a new / demonstration women ent state! home demonstration
'''II/ of out :U.! ,((100 horsepower plant at Sara- MIsS STAFFORD BIUD*;- in this country, untouched by and girls of the Southern states I i t C -
agent I Miss Mary S Keown, was
/inn!! the Rots, This Is the first of four ENTERTAINED I tlv lavag of war, after he has I oiiginated the canning of vegetable woiidng\ ; The I first steam-pies ,I I l' I
.1 mm-ms( and n>w plants and plant additions Miss Jeanne Stafford, the witnessed! the vast destruction soup mixtures when they sine\ cooker in the county was i i
','untiespumping." included In the present $24- popular bride-elect, was enter- of the countries In which he has added green beans; butter beans, purchased with money made In .
I 000,000 construction program to tained Monday night by Mrs been fighting and .living corn, pimentos, okra and other I canning. fish i
'Jnuughout pnivlde for the giowth\ and expansion Q'orge Parks, Jr.. Mrs Bernard Touching only once on his war vegetables to their gardening I From 1914 to 1916 hume dem-
JlIIY serves, we are confident will Coker and Mrs, William King experience( ; the Army office! ) 11- and canning activities Standardized i onstration member! were I
exploring -
111low/ come to Florida;"' said Smith with a bridge party in the lounge Ju, tJ'.Ited the attitud of Euro- soup mixtures canned ; UK field of citrus byi I 'e
'.2a I to theutlying "We are happy to report these 01 the Pelican Hotel. There were I pi'nns towards America as It was --- -- -- ------ ----
'"i ( new developments which are in eight tables In play mode evident In the effort of his I sir u++' r I IIf
:h(' larger harmony with our objective to outfit to repatriate 38000 polit
help build Florida. Mi and Mrs, J, I, Craig had as leal prisoners I I who had been. I TOMMY'S BAR i

I which I On the one hand we are providing I week end guests, Mrs Craig herded in two city blocks, "They I
'seI i rate I ample power for industry( brother and his wife! Mr, and were dying at the late of about I _
Mrs Leslie Blackmail and her 400 a day," he said, and we 'r'-i Invites You
----- --- mother, Mis Flora Steelman, all tried to figure out the most effi- I

of Miami el"nt way to get them divided )
into you're going places this spring Order Tires Now. .
-e- tip) respective nationalitiesThe

Enjoy The FinestGODSCOCKTAILS I Mr and Mrs Chailes Fischer; able-bodied were told to assort ;, 15 DIFFERENT: Million of motorists will want new tires this Spring
I who have been spending the themselves Into groups ac
and will be far behind demand Better call
I winter at the Atlantic Court t'ol'dlng0\ the countries! but the delivery
apartments have returned to Army officers found the groups) Jack today
thru home in Genoa, N Y \nluntauly mixed themselves upacLoidliv f /'\
to the country they AND EVERY BONDED

(',till OP THANKS I I wanted to adopt\., A majoilty did

i We tike this occasion to thank not want to go back to their native BOURBONEnjoy '

AT TilEalue I all who extended sympathy and land because of a disliked 'J sent flowers on the occasion ol form" of government All wantedto .
the passing of William Nelson come to the United States as f&J l! It .t. C
I3a'r}: Signed, -The Family: iirst diolce, he said, : r.+-

Goose I firs LillIe Ftipp, Rio, Mrs D, C.MrOrady Most, important of all theloimer One of Tommy's :.i' ;FEDERAL' HIGHWAYH.t: !"< 1
Crescent City David speaker of the FlorIda '
linker and LeRoy Baker, Stuart : House of Rcpiesentatives urged, Famous .q tt: 1J"tI kl' Cli..n. '" ,. I" ',,,r I

MILES Charles Baker, Foil Pierce, is a definite and consistent for- Mixed Drinks : .; ..ei", s .i.; : :
NORTH OF STUART .' .... .Y.o J, '
and Mrs Mary Fore, Crescent eign pollty'ln' "Healing< with these TOMMY p' .H "
( .i '" Chicken in the Basket" and Delicious City I :'xoples) and an armed foicetiong ,
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On the other we have crea'cdlowei : ---
topiomld' the foul freedoms,
rats to encourage\ indus-
lr trial development We have done anti" then Jockey back and forthwith

Package Store Grill \these things, despite steadily I other nations so that we
I rising costs in many fields, bt- can not carry out the piomlses :
cause we believe In Florida i It Is likewise foolish \lo disarm I r .. RE-ELECT
--------- and put ourselves In ,a t position
i to not b<' able lo pioteit our In-

terests"! he aeldedtltCaity e .

1 I said hi had no fear

I with whatsoever Russia due of future to the fact trouble that
R. L. Dad WALL
piiicUoally every controveisy be- ( )
Dance Q--- tvu\ :'n the U. S and the Soviet
I Un.on\ had originated! with a rd
rtisiai'cement between( Great I b-
Biillan und Russia
J'Viclay, Saturday J Dancing> Contest Will I I"" ? YOUR

pitimci; im. (,.11\ "
our own string band! The Melody Play IN SIMMMC 1ll\\IL

Boys. twice FlorIda as manv tun vacationists expect! almost dur- .f COUNTY COMMISSIONER

Sunday night, Floor Show ng: the coming; reason, Collier! !+" / /sill
Weekly reveals following a nationwide k,', DISTRICT 4
survey just released
on the vacation plans of Its

Ines r'ac"cis Nine pei I cent of all those tak- In announcing my candidacy as a candidate for commissioner in district I

:ng vacations arc said to be 4 (pricincts 3 and 6)) I wish to announce to you that '
planning to come to Florida to
spend an average of about two
Enjoy our new summer season food delicacies and a half weeks, This Is an Increase MARTIN COUNTY DID MORE CONSTRUCTION OF ROAD WORK AND

at popular prices, noon 'til mid- I the number the of about who vacationed 2 pei cent heiebefoie of REPAIR, REPLACING OLD BRIDGES AND CULVERTS .

night daily. I The survey also revealed that l land

,I the average vacationist is nowpupated doing the work on an equal basis of the five commissioners' district of Martin County in the past year ;
to spend $273. or more and a half. Within the limit of its fnancial condition of any pail time of Martin County. We have at present ;i,
'than twice the amount In prewar more road machinery which i is to be put in use a* soon as possible. We have a new roadbuilding ma- \

Drink times chine which will build a road with sand and oil We have our program all made up and we intend in the J ,

use of,"our machinery to go places in road construction. ((1

\Vhere your favorite chink is mixed to ECONOMIST TELL .

suit your taste. Package goods that are WORK OF HOMEDEMONSTRATION

available at White Market Prices. knowing how to get constructive work done in our county. This i is not a drop of the responsibilities that J'J'
are put on a county commissioner if he take care of the job, a* it should be.


Conservationist, Reports and have no selfish) motives for myself I am nominated by the voters of the commissioner district and 1 '
From Tallahassee confirmed in the November general election to serve as an official and I am proud to say that I have in I,, I I''

MEET ME AT Miss Isabelle S, Thursby extension all my efforts served Martin County as whole. i I'

.I servatlon economist, released in the food eon What would do the aard roads of Martin County more good and get quicker results) would be a rip-roar I8 i I':
review of following ing good rain. And I want to impress on the voters that they should t
THE the work of the Home

LIGHTHOUSE observance Demonstration of National department Home in GET OUT AND VOTE I dI

tlon.Demonstration Week in the na only in this way can they get their choice. Don't growl if it doesn't go to suit! you I

"RESERVATIONS COCKTAIL PARTIES Tallahassee, Florida --- Gardens -
AND DINNERS FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS adequate and and canning varied to insure supply an of YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED

..--... been food for rural families have (U'ulU talltlcBl Advv.U..mvIIU
an Important feature of I ) i

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.:. THANK I YOU r i


I As This Is The Last Issue of the Paper Before the PRIMARY, I Wan i

To Express My Appreciation for the Reception and Courtesy You Hav


Shown to My WIFE and ME During the Campaign. We Will Always ;

Remember Your Kindness and PatienceThe

attacks made upon me in the past week tries to lead you to believe that a band of rascals: are backing me, and that we are bent upon the destruction of our community. Exactly the opposite is true. Many week during
school yea, now drawing to a close at Stuart, these men have donated from $30.00 to $50.Ou worth or fish to our lunch: room. I do not know, that in case, this is discontinued that the present twenty cent lunch will hl\
gc up. However, I do know that it has amounted to many hundreds of dollars, and has helped to purchase some sorely needed equipment (stove and refrigerator) amounting to something like $800.00. They need more
Everything that I own, with the exception: of one small house and a few lots, is in Martin County. Do you think for one minute that I would do any thing to hurt my chances for success. As Stuart and Martin County prosper
shall I I.
The Plan laid before you has been discussed with all types of net fishermen, and when a gill net group, whom I J-'low to be good fishermen tell me that the nine hundred yard net with a three inch mesh will not harm thrill
the sport fishermen t I feel safe in offering my bill, with a strong clause> for enforcement, to you. a
My feelings for my fellow man do not allow me to casually wipe him off the map, by removing his way of earning: his living, in order that, a few chosen people may play in the water. SI
My opponent has not offered you one constructive idea ot plan. He tell you that he is against only one thing. The thing that I am against are more taxes, or unequal taxes, or unjust t taxes. I have offered the sport fishertr
the closing of inside water from Saturday noon to midnight Sunday, and the inlet at aH time to all commercial: nets, keeping all nets except common cast nets, one-quarter mile away from all bridges in Martin County a
destruction of nets of illegal length and mesh, a must, upon conviction.The .
present HOBC SOUND Bill, AI passed by the 1937 Legislature, will not be affected r

In the March 28th issue of the Stuart News! 1 I he Martin County Citizen Committee asked for stand, a* to the fishing question of the various candidates, including oui present Senator of our District, Hon. N. Ray Can
The Hon. Ray Carroll is unopposed in the District adjoining our newly I created district. His reply is as follows)


"Replying to your letter of March 28th, will state that I am not too familiar with the controversy regarding seining in your sect ion,excepting that I know that there is eter
ally and everlastingly a conflict between the Commercial and Sports Fishermen It has been the aim of members of your Legislature to attempt to make laws which are fa

to both sides of this argument.

"My position has been and must be that these laws must be obeyed, and that will be my attitude at all times I believe that is i is necessary and vital that we have Comrne ;

cial seining in the salt waters in Florida, and in the ocean, and gulf contiguous to it. I, also believe in the seining of foul fish and catfish in the fresh waters of this Stat

The Fish and Game Commission and the Conservation Commission are entrusted to see that such laws, as we have, regarding the protection of fish, are obeyed."I .

think that every member of the Leg islature should be and wants to be fair to the Sports Fishermen and Commercial Fishermen alike. Greediness or selfishness on t tli

part of either will always make trouble! There should be no encroachment permitted by either Commission, nor should there be any laxity in the enforcement of our laws.

Very truly yours,

N. Ray CarrollThe

I last paragraph of the Hon. Ray Carroll's: statement i indicates, and you must know, that a bill .* full of discrimination: a* is my opponent's, will receive a cold reception, in both the House and Senate. At this time you kn I
the fishing situation existing in Martin County. You can readily see what an injunction: can do to something that i is unfair.Creedinesr .
or selfishness on the part of either will always make trouble, so let' bury the hatchet, and now.

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,:/ My Bill Is To Have Fair Play To The Seines, Gill Nets, d

:: Hook and Line Fishermen and Sport Fishermen. ..

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I want you to know that I have worked, to the best of my ability, not for one minority group, but for the County of Martin, and that includes the cattleman, the Farmer, t I ''

carpenter, the painter, and just the plain man; or woman working with their hands. Ea ch of you will have a representative if you send me to Tallahassee next year B



r If you do not have a way to travel, and even if you don't vote for me, let me knew and I will see that transportation to the polls is
i provided
fix go to the polls


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,; : Subject to the Democratic Primary of Tuesday, May 7I.

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for Florida. The
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tf Wlfod C. Aldrldte, Paato
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Ill) I Ill .lMll (tochlnil. linn pldi.nklrti. is an indication of Leon county's! attitude, the Starke candidate
BICYCLES He. Stu rt Drug. c...... IfWK N. Campbell will substitute forDr. won't pet many votes here. Approximately 175 more' stable crops and sugar Is I I
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IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHIIINMim I I IIKV; HARRISON" P.lm I.. Cltr I'ACKARD. PlMt.,1 I Spessard I. Holland( for the United( States senate.Mr. ers were allowed to raise enough ,

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OF TIRES 11 .n" "''' WoPRESBYTERIAN of service in this war. Let him be publicly commended during the winter months when I

i S NOTICE Ftnru.on'i .Dii, Shop hn. CHURCH COMMUNITY for that service, but since he made it an issue, let it be said Florida vegetables are on the Gardner Radio & Appliance \

AND PARTS mov.il from Newman Kiillillnit In I.yrlr Hob. Sound that he was commissioned a lieutenant commander in the market, Cuban vegetables are I
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May t. 10 .. m. Knndny IIrh..ol.I' navy after he was defeated for governor in 1944 and his allowed to enter this county Corner Easter Ave.' and 12th !Si reft I

Lo W..hl""tun nr N.-w Yok.FI CHRISTIAN SCIENCE l SOCIETY OF Holland i I" an O'rllea"'E'teran of the first world war, when vegetables from other I FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA I

BICYCLE : ::.' J un. I A. /. 0. uo. 416. "ay. .r'iEXrER1' Eot STUART Fourth Slra'l in which he served in the air corps at a time when flying: states are on the market Cuban : '

11 .. m. Church ..r.I.... was the most dangerous part of war service. glowers' are required to pay I Authorized Phllco Ajency r

NOW ......inlvled R.CAI'I'ING-W.. : our I'lunt .nil h.v.lnetnlli.il ju.t CHURCHES OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST I The people of Florida let Mr.\ Green know in l 1941 duty i ''I I I

.ddilional. Knulpmenl.: *. {hou, ,, 'rirvtnAl"i.iANcr"B : EVKRLA8TINO PUNISHMENT' ," IiIn. that they didn't want him to be governor. He's going to Florida sugar men hope to see' r

WORK In .n. of the .oul.... Jill h. rlrot III I'll 1 1IHa"<..::1< TII ,
Churc-hw of
101.,... If Thru May I. I goltnll.l. throuirhout ih. world onS II him they don't want him to be United States senator. I xvhlch: any deficiency in domes

' do"The. 101.lloljc-n; T..l ,Ul, "D..... nluhCod. to Tallahassee/ Democrat. tic production would be filled Bar !
's Bike USED OFFICE' DFSK8, for. i*. J f f8PKNCKK unit h> olll li.w ninh t 0 I'ou.CI. first by domestic areas' Instead Victory J JOPEN
J Shop .rt N...., 1.. .om. fl' lIu.1 ..... ron' h..d. y. .Inn... : ..np..lfr I
Ittn-i for women. your hirn.V. double mlndeil"nprU put back on a production quota of passing the deficiency on to

Taxi Stand ........ Luell.SUPPORTS Downey IIOJ ,. ." ..J .;...:: lh. eltatla.. _hl.h FLORIDA SUGARPRODUCERS of about one-half of what his Cuba without any domestic area
... .. "T-M f.rppolntment. *
'RtCIO\TE YOUR TRADE .A. Port .Pler I'hon. ". ::..:. m:= : : : : ::::, r.fronIt : I company alone "has produced having the opportunity to Till Itr: DAILY y t

REPAIRS: ... Vollnthflumkln -;ihull' b> will, wllh- him i-for tnry' unoii durlnfr the season.. ust ending.! He discussed the "hidden sub TN

fOR PLUMBING* ..r..li-.. 112 Akron .venue.relrpbone ". .,.h.. the wlck.dl fruit of It Ih.lr.h.ll dolno.b* III with Woe hlrnt unto. SEEDISCRIMINATION However, he told directors of sidy" paid Cuban sugar producers FROM 9:00 A. M. TO 12 MIDNIGHT ii iiI ] j

Stuart tOl. for th* n>w.rd of hU hnndi .hill beTh the Florida State Chamber of which, he said, Is more than SUNDAYS 5:00: P. M. lo 12 MIDNIGHT Ii
litiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiinimiiiiiiiiiiiiiii11111WANTED ., jj
flRve .lv. him"I.t..on-H 0. .rmon .l.o Inrlndra thfollowlnir Commerce at the spring meetIng three times as large as that paid

Some U. S. pm K" from:: the QirUII j recently In West Palm Beach Florida. growers. I J
Hrl.nr* t tbook "Srlrnr* .nil rlmllh I I PACKAGE GOODS
650x20 K to .h. Scrliitunby" N.ry If new quotas permit ten sugar
I I ii"I with "
iiniiiiii I I I' I I iiiiiiimiiiiniiiii' '' llnk.r Kdily: : "To ..... nftorln* .. lh. houses could be established In lemon Juice Recipe Checks
5-pX| WANTED I Helper at piilnl and body ....11 of "In. ,Ii th. m.an. of di.lroyInK -
Rayon .hop. tie* ".b Ordway at Ordw.y iln. Every luppo...d plra.ure In Florida pouring $10.000,000 a Rheumatic Pain
Slash In Production
No'..,., It .in oil, furnlih more Irmn Itn .tiulvilmlof Quota Quickly
belief In miKerl.l life end year Into Florida business and MARINE

p.In. Poisible Bitting II .ull.r r", ,,, ,
AlT'RES HELP WANTED m.n or """"" low .In U deiiroy.d-( ill-M > than .nlui.
.lt on IMdt. .nd b.ke pl... Houra Warns employing more 50,000 peo lit or luunm pun. trr thu umpleineipfntltt
EAT 10 o'clork P. M. to o-clocb A. M. IIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII ple. home tccipt tj| | tboimiij.
COVERS 8ea> 11. Cotton, Hul,. T.aty plner. Jen.en SCIENCE .ra u"... G.. 4 p..l lleirh. Phone .U7. Carlton Houl.Btuxrl CHRISTIAN West Palm Beach, (FNS) Fear He based this statement on the Compound. i > ....l.' nipply loda* Mil, DANCING NIGHTLY TO 12:00 P. M.
t-'lorlill. RADIO PROGRAMS ft with a quirt of water, add tfalum .
Ii ULMER MOTOR that when the new sugar act Is fact that his company spends of 4 at won.. ,li't taw." plcmn.nd 1 MIXED DRINKS
"" 11'1'111'111'1111111'1111'1111111'11"11"' ' I" "', M trouble M all. You nerd only I U
CO, VVPDQ JaclMonvUIe! Saturday written Florida will get "whatIs about $1,000,000 a month In the libkipMnruli two iinci < Jay, Ofunwithin
FEMALE HELP WANTEDiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiniiiiMimiiiiniii left of the sugar quota after state. Quotas were suspended 4t hour* aciDKIinK* owr* o 0o
12:45: p.m. n'l1m' tplendid, rwitla uc .obtaiixj..
-- everybody cls gets theirs" has during the war but Congress H II the pailii. do not quickly IcaMmi aD
,TRVa': ..ndw.it. W. O. B. S.-710-Sunday, 8:45a. : been il you do not M .brti.r. R u.B, Victory Dining 0
h"eb.n expressed by Clarence R. expected to establish oneu
ta. oom
: WANTKDl Woman ,
"S .mS'N'': ;; ... R'.'..' will mat you limbing to lr, n t laaolj
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RNO. .. : 0..1 w. .,. Bitting, president of the United cither this and hi by drujjirt undir abw n nQO
*..i. ... ra.'. F.d.r.1 1I.b", ., No, I, m.WDBO, Orlando, Wtondayj: : year or next lui. nomtybacJi your in Ru
;} a.m. (Ad.,.) State Sugar Corp., who laid he appealed for business to tupport Coaiwur; ..! la for tale. wJ guauiiM neoBMnianl* Lt by OPEN DAILY EXCEPT MONDAYS

Llr'.I1." ... ..... T.. .. ...v. b k' :: ::r.C:: ; .:::; IIS: I I was afraid that Florida may be a move to secure In the expected STUART DRUG CORP. U
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I 1 limiT 1'lIk:; SIU.tRT L\VS, STUART, M.rUu County, f'LORWA, 'UJUItSDAY, MAY 2, 1948
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I n i \v.veil is jim two and a hall!! 500 barrel a day I D 11' Park. It down 1,848 feet- MERIT; : f.X.UIS Merit System. Office not later s-:; ,
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auks away from the other tar The new will Is not quite as The first two Humble wells Early state-wide m'rlt system than midnight Of May 18
Too Late toCLASSIFY prodla'lIl'l'I8\ in the area and derp as the other two producers i' pi,Ktiiccd a total of 43,500 barrels examinations, to be held by the information and necessary forms
I 1; U\PS concrete evidence that It Is 19 feet shallower- than the of oil through 1945 and Merit System Council, jointly may be obtained from local of-I' SAtES C 1l..":(] Repi
there in oil In the Glades and No 4 hole and 148 feet less than I T while) most of the oil produced serving the Mate Welfare Board, I flees of the State Welfare Board[ SERVICE p
tar !uloglsti are getting closer No I. The new well showed a OatS art:din the field and the re- the Florida Industrial Commission and the U S Employment Serv-
B>' Ill'SSr.LL KAY ''a'd: ( lisoi to the pool. pressure of 360 pounds pet I' ,use was untaxed, the State and the U S Employment ice, or from the Merit System
_. .. Another Rood indication\ that square inch which was below I I Comptroller collected $41967 for Service In Florida, offer Martin Office, P, O Dox 113. Gallics ARNOLD BAUE
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the oil from this nf'W'ell is the: 425 pound pressure recorded such oil as was subject to the County residents mi opportunityto vlllc,
By KusMll Kay better quality than from the when the No 4 well came In. [ 5 )i-r cent of the gross value tax qualify for State employment, I St. Lucie Boulevard Phone 14';
But there has been no pronounced on Florida produced oil by the SUNDAYTO !
other wells with a specific! gravity according to H B Kraft, member PREACHES f _
You know If these nil lolkskeep
of 24.9 compared with about drop off in pressure oat legislature of the District No 10 Welfare PRESBYTERIANS
fooltn around with tluitirillln -- ---
20 for the other to wells during the test, which oil nun Oil, quantities of it, will even- Board. ---

I th! -)"'11 tap rigs a tint gusher thing and you smear kno 1 h' No 1 well was brought In nay is a god sign( Initial pleasure lllhily come from Florida wells Tests are to be given for 14 ReOeoige B Edgar, ol! Fill t
on the No. 4 well quickly'
to enrich the coffer of the Sunda 10
black all October, 19-13 and It Is'ull classes of positions" Mr. Kraft Pierce will preach
sticky petroleum over during
i." dropped, while with the new State and bring aches to fortu- Presbyterians at the) \' \\\0-, 1 1PAGE
said, Including typing, steno- Stuart VENETIA I
Flog Ida producing about 20 bar-
filII' well It If consistent
: Ltttt wr< k nt gumilliiml in Col- NI 1 li a day. The No 4 well was9roapht I not,' citizen on whose propertyIt graphic, clerical, accounting, statistical mans Club.
Internet Is reaching a tever h produced, :
Her County the 11\11111)10'\ ) Oil In a few' months later and key punch operators,
head In the area for the big oil But Florida Is not 1-
standing I'
of the positions to be
Company brought in the 8:uii cud It is pioductng from 130 to and some : (
companies have leased million ,wound( uniting for oil, Other FOR INFANTS BLIND
filled from the registers to be .
third producing will and lion Mi() barrels (u day, to the total '
of acres in Central and South ,;neat Industrie arc developing
t established when vacancies occur -
all reports- It Is 1SII 1'(' cnouU\ production j today from the three ALFAR MILKThe
Florida and every man with an Hint In time bhould mean as
In local offices'Mi
Hell that Is delivering oil ,it the' I I'J'odlll'lm'rlls' all owned by the
oil (lease on his land Is thrilledat much if not more to Florida Kraft cautioned those 'a HOME FURNISHINGS
rate of 253 barrels ,i day The! Humble 011 Company' I Is over Best Money Can Bus .
-- ----- the news and feel confident t than the oil) she will produce who plan to take the tests that
that the day will come when h" Parole the wonder fibre crop, application must bIn the BUY BONDS
...ill cash in on the black (told i I' bring planted In a number of ___ McMillan Furniture Co
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hat he is certain lies hidden .11"'a i on a commercial scale
ELECT below hU. land ,d I ruidlcatlng plants are bring lion( ol fcillle acres that will Alfar CreameryWLST 610 ORANGE AVE. FORT PIERCE
As was the case when the otl1l'1'pl'cduclnl i unit\> and they will be followed produce untold wealth from PALM BtAUI
1 ( wells were brought in i iI I)," rent textile mill) sugar nine, starch and winter I PHONE 699
James the success with th ww u",II In 1 he scone Everglades that IsR'a'g vegetables Florida's tomorrowIs 456 riainiiijo Dr. Hion 7175

Henry Taylor I his caused a lush ol 11110\1'\ III I i us our first oil are. mil-. biliihl. with piomlse.. I .. __.__ -- ... -- --------. '- t
the spot Folks Horn all III'JIollth i - --- ------ --- ----- n. --'/

:; Florida climbed art tllt'JI i
care and drove by for a tusk ;al
the' well It has al l-o 'pumdtei \ \ JI-
of the 'st In other veils\ ben-, 1111:1:1
ed In the State all th u.\i\ (item

SUPREME COURT Apalachicola to Floiicli I Ko\ i It Time
State Geologist Herman O nun ,' is to
tcr gives the followm IJlJllrml-i .
lion as to the status III I these
ABLE LAWYERs wells us of April 9th I

The Pure Oil Company ,uii ii]
Franklin County Is m,v duo! J it
FAIRs 11375 feet

The Ohio Oil Companj: s 0i,11 i
In Hernando County 11 11111t-
FEARLESS northwest of Brooksvilli i I- darn 11

e 5783 The feet.Republic Oil Compiin 'CHECK UP'on

Veteran of Both World Wars well, southeast;10754 feet of and Homestead th,' OH. isdown

;Mrinbir ue the \nniit" ,in ligmn: :sal Veterans of Oil Compan well. 30 milt'scast
I ..111111 \it.u. of Key \\esl Is down :ssjofett r
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I'.I 1' .1 All r I mint) ,
In Osceola Couim. limit i
Ray Carroll Well No. 1. await i: '
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CIAL NEWS and Happenings' : t he WEEK IN STUART News MRS Items office TRACY for thin before;TELEPHONE MARTTN paper noon must on Society 300 reach Wednesday Editor the newnpapet I I t\ I '' >f.1 rof

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reps' TO HOt M'BtOLvSTllt't'TIDN M\V( 4 Mrs. Menninger Installed MI'S, : STAFIOIID tOMPLl: I :JHt9, IIIPSOV HONORS Bn! Mrs Stafford end l M'a, Ord- |! in the evening playing: bridge I Martlnsvllle, Va, to the Dupont i f .,

,' for dlsir I :MINTED: niTII PRES'p'n ,MI'-S' ST\KIOHD I \uiy I list Friday I night Guests Included Experimental Station in WJ1ming'on t' "f.
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.hC) In addition to Mrs Joss, Del s
l.,'stern Star President \L SHOWER )Honoiing Miss Jeanne Stafford .
,, ::r of Womans I ----- I J"
( ,I I Fort Pierce Club Miss Jeanne Stafford was coin I whose cngagemeni. to Robert AIR \M! MRS: IC\ I Mia L. M Johnson Mrs. Curtis

fE :* ';,r.C CJ' 1 i I' m Satur- | Imented: last Thursday night S. McCallum was announced TEA: HOSTS I \\httltai. Mis Chdt Plrtl-. Mrs. PHYSIOTHERAPY J, k. S.,

10 \ ,\ rued, dish Mrs. E. A. Mennl niter was installed with a beautiful pre-nuptial a fortnight alto, Mm Harry H, Mr and Mu Benjamin Fox Herbert Thayer Mu, D L. William )( .'
14 "T, ,s J 1d at noon. I'nUs: ol \' ni culuic-d asters, by miscellaneous shower given by Hipson entertained with a miscellaneous or Little Benncies on East Fourth )!, Mu, Fred Walton, Mrs. Mj9I,
,tel) I'IJ ,I ae!' m urg d to of the Stuart I Mrs H, H, Hipson, luncheon Mrs, John U. Menninger and I bridal shower and Street' ent:rtalned at tea Sunday Ernmid Hinkon, lfl'ti. Lon Ty- Electrical Treatments I
111 11'1 \Vomans club at an Installation Mis H HJJ.scn and Mrs.
chairman and her committee I Mrs Jack Davis who are tu bematron's dessert bridge patty Saturday afternoon honoring Mrs. I con

d banquet at Chlsholm s Thursday I which Included Mrs. William of honor at h:rap- I oftPinoon Jt her Riverside Drive W. R Moats, moUiei or Mrs, Arthur Eoweiing High scoits ,, Adjustments y.

I noon with Mrs. L. M Newman, Chisholm, Mrs, Fred Hall, Mrs preaching wedding. The party home* 1h! guests, In Additionto Richard lunley of Seminole were: attained by M IJ")'&. Johnson : I

A. "'BARNET"A Vero Brach. president of the St Dlanche I war given at the Woman's Club, Miss; Stafford, were Mrs Billy Avenue, who recently: arrived I mid Mrs Wlhiams. C H. HOYLE IIt L'
P05TONHATE Ind-O-Mar four-county federation I Lowrey and Mrs. R.. B. which was decorated with Dowers Stafford, Mrs: Boyne McPherson, Tom Dallas, Texa. Quests included r .. '

pARR 'LA.r conducting the ceremony. McPherson/ Place cards were The refreshment table, Mis L J, Smith, 3.. Mrs Evans In addltlor to Mrs. Moses Dr Jonathan T. Carrl'l I, son 115 South 13th St. If .

&AIII Other officers inducted for ornated with miniature pine coveted with a lace cloth witha Ciar) Mrs Wi-u-lcr' Oiclway, and Mrs Tunley, Richard! Tun- ol Di arid Mis Charles A Car- Fort Pierce \ '

/,,;:!'". (the new years ww Mis L. E, OIKS and pine needles, floral design of weucUng. Dells, Mrs, Stanley a Burl, Mis Icy', Mis, H W. Puillow, Mrs, I rid of this City has been transferred Phone 399 ( ;

) '_, Ashley and Mrs. H H. Hipson, Mrs,, Newman covered the was In charge of Mrs. mril.s Arthur Chappclka, Mrs David IInv:y Oromman :Mrs L W, from the Dupont Co. In I

vice presidents; Mrs Durant many phases of club work as I Lou'icy, Ji, B:fore presenting! A. Schaefer. Mrs. T. J, F Kennedy Barrios and Ocoige W, Mears. _. h ____ ---- -- ---- c!:
Fulton and Mrs. Howard W. outlined in I postwar piograms by the brltle-cltct!< with her i tills: >. MJS Leon E. Ashley Mrs. .------ ,r

I.S Nealll recording and romspond- (lie\ state and national federations I u hueMing: gains! railed, "Aliildes Will iloicl R Leach, Mrs, M. OLIUinan vns f"\SJUlt TENDER DRESSED HENS FRYERS : ; ;; .

R\ Ing secretaries; Mi's Ida Al- stating the American Irou>seau;' was (given; Mrs, Edwin A M:nnlnker ISTt.RTAISS1'1'11: : I.1HIX.I(; : "I

...'..; bracht, treasurer; Mrs, J, R Homes department will be especially I the gueits: Winner were Miss | Mra. Stanley Kltchlng and Mrs. Ralph Chandler of California FRESH YARD EGGS ,j/
) Pomeroy, sr, parliamentarian ; ff tutor d b>' the new federation Stafford and Mrs Dumoiul Mer- Mis Jack Coleman. Prizes for A\enut' entertained compllmeUIng -
:..d< 4 ''1 l ..f.uMC.Hne Mrs. David A. Schaefer, flag officers Rehabilitation I'I win, The Invited guests Included high scores were presented to Mrs, Fred Joss with COMPLETE LINE "ALL MASH" FEED V; ',tl
,I0. f.r custodian; Mrs. Ethel T. Porter ol the lehiining service men 111'1' Mrs' C' A St Onge Mrs I Mrs \fcP1crson) ; Mu Mennln- a surprise, stork party and later :

RAILROAD\ and Mrs. Pomeroy new directors 1 being stressed by Florida I Mac Clark l Mrs W N CromtrMn : -- GFT THE BEST- FORGET THE REST"'t } 'i,;t'':,

COMNI, ION One'Ea I Thurston Roberts, chairman of Ted Chambers" Mrs. Arthur MARTIN COUNTY HIGH. SCHOOL BANDoNCERT

1.1 0- 1'eN.rfr, The long bP<'akers' table and general federation", she stated. I Df-hon, Mrs. James H. Dinner, Wednesday, May 8 8 P. M. Lyric Theater ,
TOUR V07r U 'aRCIATRDltwen :, smaller guest tables weie artistically I Annual ports of local club I I Mis Bernard Coker, Mrs William PROGRAM RAINS FEED STORE ,

I I decorated with committees gave a resume of the King Mrs George W WENDELL D WA'URS. Director ...:)
i I arrange- past. year's work and the retiring (I I Parka Miss Dee l Kennedy: Mis I NATIONAL EMBLEM. .. E E Bagley 164 FLAGLER AVE. PHONE 311 ,

-----------1 president. Mrs. David I Hubert Speedy,Mrs Andrew Leis ,I GYPSY FESTIVAL OVERTURE. Al Hares .n:
Schaefer was presented with 1 ter Mrs Alexander lcPlierson VIC10R HERBERT'S FAVORITES -. .., M. L, Lake JfI
large aim bouquet in Mrs Helen Shepard! Mis Du- I I faTCUT HEARTED MEN .. .. Sigmund Romberg LOGICALL I .
lion ol her year's mood J\l'rwln! Mrs. Albeit 8111'11-\-I)\ I t \NIS AVOELICUStVVANNE CEsar Franck -

president Mrs Menninger was :ley.Mrs, C. R. Ashley. Mrs. Glenn/ I Morton Oould I II '4 WILBUR C. KING .o.q.jJ--r

also 1 presented an arm bouquet', DcRcrry Mrs Joe Backus, Mrs 'I I fci. CAPITAL ... .... Sousa I t .
5E ( SINS I ALL KINDS and pi sctaed. with the club i I I Wallet F''. Divey" Miss Muriel I PALE MOONTHREE Frederic Logan (for RAILROAD COMMISSIONER ; '

pre sid'nt s pin, the badge of office Obcrhaus Mrs Wallace Bail Mrs.I, BLIVD MICE Ed Chenette
Past C. B Albotast Mrs James, 11. PHANTOM TRUMPETERS HERES WHY
TRUCK WINDOW SHO.CARDS presidents pins will James Gillette I I rm.nerd I.T ia.h..e, r
be 1 presented to Mis Schaefer Reardon, Jt? Mrs. Tracy Martyrs, 1 MARCH OF YOUTH 011va\oU'\ I II .+ fiend. ,.n... m..h.nl, e'.w.r. ule.Nam 1rxp.n.nr r
REAL ESTATE e WALL and also to Mrs Luther Damron ,, Mis, Frt d Hall, Mrs Billie .:tif- I I THE STAR.SPANGLED BANNER: d .. a'.I. a.na"cur .rid C.unly Cea' r t ."
"SIGNS THAT SELL" when they ale again available : fore!. 1\11'8. Ralph Hartman, hits. I I THE BAND ,,,;t r WIII Inp"LN.r.. ph.a.N.d.mie.Isn. LLpr.ph .in.m.e r.l N.'n nmrPNlnlep "
for purchase. George Keith, Mrs William FLU' ES: CORNETS: '. W,II /lolrl'r r.pt...i>t k.'k lh. r.p.umn.nd lk> ulilllr

were. I Anus. Bennett, Mrs Pro- James MlchutKon Marcia McPherson I t,l i c ::I AS I will \. 4..pl. o'or.llo.' Tour. ..ta ../..11.. ,uPP' ".__ 1

--- ::---j Ij Mrs Schaefer Mrs. MennlnSPr chusky Mrs. George Watkins. i Ellen Rowell Lurllnc GreeneRoberta
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MIS Ashley, Mrs, Lowrey. Mrs. Joseph Orefnlees Mis CLARINETSJean : Nuncr I ,:,

From where I sit / Joe Marsh Mrs Fulton, Mis Ralph Hart- 'i. Charles Orecnlecs; Mrs Fred: I Parker Judy Aibogast A Voter Should First ,',
; ) .. / man. Mis Pomeroy, Mrs, Neall, Joss and Mis Mona Wallace Rita Taube T C. Hayes '
Jlri Hipson, Miss Albracht, Mrs 1 I Margie Hodapj James WinnTROMBDES Consider a Candidate's; ,}

I Tortei Mis H. W. Bsssey Mrs. Molly' Rlcou : : I Qualifications/ ".

1 B C. Shackleford Mrs. Tracy I I :MRM: > :MltS. JOHNSON:i Jack McElfre-sh Mary Coleman I 4
Willie Lives in I
Marljn Mrs Walter 1 Kltchlng: \\NOtNCC: THEIR! :: DHC.IIT- Dolores Bartlett Wayne Wells FRED W.BROWN
I Mrs John E. Taylor, Mrs, Wllla f If'S ENGAGEMENT: Mary Mells Burgess Benny Fulton 1j

an "Almost" Hometown I lord R. Leach Mrs. Damion, MisGeori Mi. and !Mis R. Winder Johnson Mary Lou Garner Billy BrownBARITONES 1

,, W. Oreen Mrs James :, of Se:imo Ceu, Jupiter i Island IiORV: : '

\ "r."e, ..f I many G.I:. paper "ilmotl like being Tole, Miss Ida Newman, Mrs I I and Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. I Loa Lea Jamison Dee Law /st'gln, ,Al, "M.mNrlor ,n '
lonfd I', I 10 keep the back in Clover Corner,'* says) I the l.MthurChappelka, Mrs, William announce the engagement of I TYMPANI: Ernie Rlcou tle' 0"" lo", a. A.1xl.. '. .' J
eNol Iolorxr'I them let menbe. rapt i Inn.From. June Ma to kI.AXOPHONES e ; y..... 'c' U IOd.do'n, lA" .
: use BASSES
I Oiathnold, Mrs H. M. Voils" their daughter, Katherine Aver) : r 101I'I.t' 0" 2 ,rNt 00""' '
lnep"a" that he ent.'ph' where I lait, that"almont Mrs J. W. Johnson, Mrs. Horace''I Johnson to Lt Samuel Doak. : George Bitch p @ CoNn". our J. 104u'rr .1 C. C

.I J'\l\ where ,lacks a lot of meaning Thousandsof AtKood Miss Cella Atwood, Miss USNR, !sun of Mr. and Mi,s. Emily Morilsoa Jim Chappelka mlt"O" ." EI_.' oko ...." 'k .1,
ap.rlN' c a n j" 0"0'' 1'r ,
I" except. the our boys are still overscan. trying I Cornelia B. Adams, Mis. Paul Charles:: E. Doak of Germantoviii Jeanette Rue Bert Clements ;
'" ,'.- much asE to make their quarters home. Jerry McElflesh for FLORIDA STATE
Iloenshel Mrs, Stanley Smith, Penn. Miss Johnson is a graduate DRUMS: r ra..c
i.: a typical ike, even to the pet doff and thefriendly I I Juan Comb RAILROAD COMMISSIONED
Mrs Harry Heffner, Mrs. Robert of Spilngslde School InCh Jimmy Bowdcn 0" ,l
rl..* \p hung up glass of kcer Let not i B Martin, Mrs. A T. Hograth ;stnvt Hill and Lt. Doak was Mildred Clouts Herman Reitz I ... Tou, v...../tuPM WIII. I .
.re 'r 1.111, dies. cult I.J I. forget to write them often-re. :1arl 1
J Mrs. D. S. Williams, Mis, L. M. graduated at Princeton In 1942 Patsy Sullivan Junior Manci).. rRrn.nx' DROWN ....' a P '.aa. "0. )1
a Ira for a house mind them that homo U waiting Janice
Johnson Mrs Peter Steelman I He was In the Pacific area more Donald Bowden '
and its not "almost home f
an and her guest, Mrs MilesV arr I than 16 months I 1- __ ;;; = -,- ,
d th, :ilhcr &I&"'
nap r huwa Willie -- ---- ------ -
:n, of Vero Beach, Mrs. R. H !

Ih his. dnakinll buddift -1'flnlC l'l.ndlymerl.by their. tJr.'f: tJf..tw4. Knapp. Mrs Minnie Smith MisIortensen ,, c

bttr R. \ Mrs. Charles Con I :MISS SlIUKIKIOltDI
and n the home.
taint lad Sr., Mrs. Frank Chandler, I IMI HnT.\I: \t'DT PICNIC '
s. otto I ICubin: Mrs J. I. I Miss Mary Sharklcfotd entett '-
Copy'tight, :9J6. LmudSlalct Uraiitn lo.ndaaenNOTICE I
Craig. Mrs Charles BchilngerUi .linedvli.> a ;-Irale Saturday .y.
--"" '+ Evans Crary, Mrs MtPlurn evening" on the ,ilvcr sank of herhome :

Mis V. A. Llngle Mrs. L on Hivei"ice rilve More TO INSPECT THESE OFFERINGS
O Littman Mrs. T. J. F. Kennedy than 14 guests wer piesenlSUPPORT .
Mr"\f.] J. Morrison Mis,
Stanley KitchIng, Mrs Howard --- Some of "FLORIDAS FINEST" Waterfront Properties

initn. of New field. N. J", Mrs ntSEWALL'S
fiERIIS YOUR CHANCE TO SECURE A \\ancn, C. Luinmls and Mrs I (
and VOTE for
hattie K Marvin of Erie Pa. I
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*''ORlD' Mill l lstll\R.l! l 117 FEET FRONTING ON INDIAN RIVER, DEPTH 400 FEET
EASIEST PAYMENT PLAN. Thre Martin county service I I\i

\rterans reported to the local;' $2,750.00 ;
draft board this w:ck to flit dis- ,
$$1.00 Down and $1.00 WeeklyACT cli irgc papers. Mrs. E, forrame

McClaln, clerk, released the fol- 'FAJOE
NOW BEFORr. IT IS TOO LATE Ums( :;: names: Army, white, PORT SEWALL

Thomas JI, Crews and James E.
\Iaikel. jr.. colored, Elijah New- ,
SEE Railroad Commissioner
I I (Croup; :2)) $3,000.00
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\ South: l1"rld.. businessman

BYIS\ DAWSONVICTORY 1JIt|l'It.Mn'TEItI.SI'IIS:) : t.T1.1': : 8 with an All. I Florida.
viewpoint ,
I 'j l ht Presbyterian Womans us- '' I If STUART .
>oci ition will meet at 2:30: p. m. \VI\ WITHIILIMS": .

HOTEL W'' rlnisciay. May 8 at the home f II 1'.101 "'..IlllUNKLE '", \'h"II.'m. riIiIllIIIl II DOUBLE CORNER IN ST. LUCIE ESTATES ) .

01> Mr Blanche Lowrey at the .-
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Holleran! apartment. I
illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllil Ii I $750.00JUPITER
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perry Carter, The Man W e j All Know : ;:" : -HANK"SEZ' ISLAND

: II') C&l1; I then' bal I company and a dry roods louse, I iff US I IP carried 64 out of the 67 600 FEET WATERFRONT OCEAN TO RIVER

a r inmny' it Is I These >.eai.s die* him In contact c Q luiiiiis, m the first III imary.Jell'y IS JUST A SHORT OREWl I I
Cutter has become ecn -. OUT SO MANY FOUUa\
ral- ate to say that with the Democratic leaders of ,
no Dime on It i Florida end, after the state cam- .r ally recognized as a good lail- MAKE. IT A NIGH1'MA' ..' $60.00 per front foot I'I

,\\t will be more famillivi -''Paien of 1916 he was appointed is lid commisilon': who has been. 1 .- t

:'t to the hotel commissioner! to build up insistently, on the side of piogsi -

m) ':ass majority this branch of the stale government Ie >I mid against stifling mono I I ,ST. LUCIE RIVER t Id

W l thus that of In those years Commls.loner Ie)alt.] His name Is a legend inurida
', Jury W. Cailercandidate ,I Carter helped lay the J1 ; politics: No one has everlUbtcd I I 1,320 FEET ON ST. LUCIE RIVER, DEPTH 1,200 FEET k'

"'$ to foundations for the meat tourist cc' that he has a /tenuinove I I II .

kutcccd himself hade of today, not only by raUing h'' for his fellow man and the $22,000.00
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on lllc Railiond: hotel. standaids but also by t,an who invented the word "tic- I 1 r
'" 'Commiiklon. for stablklung out-of.state auincieaM r dnloua"' must have had Jerry
has be'.n telling acquainted interest people in commit to (IFlollda. ;in mind, I We Have Several Improved Waterfront Winter Homes I Sla

:ire' 1y.nays of the stale for I| Under his regime, the Today three of his famous I HAnd
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a finiuiy Floildans first sanitary, building/. electrical and H'vcn' sons have come back from I THESE PROPERTIES AWAIT YOUR INSPECTION

'f Jen> Carter as a sUetmanD Dlumblng codes for hotels wtie 'I.'I;I'vue during the war, and ona I\ S
'( ** I t tome. radio Must Be Seen To Be ''j
his !
"edulinei campaigner written. and put Into effect d them has made Gainesville! $

I II, Dlolllucl.atlc party, then Mcomimsiionci Back into private business for 1 Recently Jerry and Mrs, I The life of your depends I ,
It, and
under three I six sears after 1928: Jerry was (I irlcr had 23 present at a dinnerunion upon the way you treat
!rat the kind of service get on It. I
.111<1 mote recently ni >nc of the pioneers In alrcondt-IrII I of their sons, the wivesd you d
eMU'w' l commissioner for Uonini foi the South I Come to the CIIILIS'fOi'IIERELECTRIC :: l
;(' '1, cliildicn That is the kinddtu..l1bhJp SIIOP for all kindsof C.B.ARBOGASTReal
life was
ITy Th call of public f he believes In, ande electrical and also
"lo: dame: to ocurred repairs
Florida as Jtroni. and in 1934: a vacancy
results speak for themselves,
'JOf iiom t 11 wiring,
ins native Alabama. the Florida Railroad !
!tied on Jerry W. Caller is the tape of
IIltle' formal schooling, :ommlislon and Carter was Estate WATERFRONT PROPERTIES 1
Il fell bile servant we want on out Insurance
"" lot to help support elected. He was made chairman 1'rin I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiIHIIIIIII ,ftl

dolled! mother lie peddled 1937. and In 1938. and acaln: tAl ilioad commission and unlessr P. O. Box 605 Stuart ? I
toy through cu guess Is wrong, the voters aieim i Floridae I A
: the ie-clcct In each I 1 I
panic 01 1901 In 1942 was
later became on outstanding first pnmary, with large major'1-ItDI, : to put him back theie.-Edil ', 11 l f fi

-"lI1ftn--i for-a sewing. machine; ties over everal opponents In I t in'Id l l from The Gainesville Sun. I'/ i f's' sa I IIs


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I 1, t'SfJ" of trf .. 3LI3F l1..rUu 'tIIl1\ty.; I I.OiJlh! (III-'hrn\ 'Ht, 1'14,( Pacific, 1, at the home ofUs ",

,, funtlie, South I
.. --- -- rr :Ironed(
- -- II'" where neiui)
i) slsMS
ritFii his
.... to tin 'K' Pnoknid expect weekend
1''. H' nt Ulvr\ W It I R i 1 \ 'me! M "II' :n friends\
National: Home Demonstration FOUR COUNTIES! 'M "ClOUt. p'om[ throughout leave sonii tlll'l i that date for o'eupv theli home\ lieu' \ 11'0111MI ,lil: : Baibnia Hler He happiness gash and)I"'
< be n iecel\eel Shanghai (!-
his from
.' Antilm M 11. Rev \\rid\( gins!
( !lit' rOIll'I'1' il! .lr".1 i will attend thc heir he me' in ; 01 btu,:lit! many
' :..1111)| in ielavC >. :'arkard has been railed to serve and Mrs. John Krelde 1 and: other Chin:8e ports Reserved .,
Week May\ 5.12 Set For U. S. SEEK{ EXECUTIVEFOR !' 'aNt: in the amount of $1.059! his, church fol'ht' following : then LlnevllH safe arrival Iowa at They their report homIn < +I I M,','. Barbara Hler" and chlclru With- I was 'iiieiwd

t ttal turned over to the round ear and they except to return I nrilval I <'tinned! to Jiuksonvllle
a ..HiI'litlng!, funds raised In th early In the faiL Sunday school 1 very co tl l weather there on I her '11)others and spent Easter
1 Cr .pill 11 11'6 1! (! |pl.IIl' \\', i H' ( Iutnn" ;" ,Ill I. hif:h Mlioc, ( 1 1jl BOY SMUTSNorthernmo lrl i < lit drh'orncms'? ulll be held nt the church each that with them und sister andlather I ROTARY
1 rlad.1 .it t Ihr :Miiltin ('mn \' HIll ( .ldllllll.'I). '- I i I Sunday during the season The birthday of Mary Ttm'bare Her niece\ "SisteitnMii '''. qUo:
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z'1tI11,' 1 l"i' (',1.lbll..11InlII. !oral: I M R K 1 I'>\ 1<':iilicr 01 !' PRFDICTCOtNT Mother's Day will l be observed Illeis. 21) years old, was celebrated -, iol .1 I C' Sichols rel lll'll- i '."- '51t .,STII a,' .1 I IM ". .
""' 'heplt1 i' tit! the\ IAII"nlll: H '11 Mull wt.\ .Ip)1olnl'd i| | : fnenlt8innM \ of \' Ml\ni: Mill I| at the church May 5 Instead of April :S at her home. I IWIJ11 ulthhii lira" tIx the kilslt \ mi. : ,: .
Section rdl : ; t
lull II et\lee-le<'tdeishlp) uelei\ | 1I1'.i 101 ,the local chapter Stream Council n .\'u 8'inooo May 12 because of the pastor I Oal11'p..e played and iff'''("" I DR ( H ; : 'A4

Ill' hiul I I.1 I' t' <1'111'11"l l irooitt ::1'1 t. \\ I hi'l :-l'1I1dt'rs. daunhtei" Gulf Need Field Worker State law guarantee ,al.'h I lvlng before then, menu of cake. cookies and let' \ :\11'J, D Pd t v"', birthday HENH-, ,IIiRI( r
ill Hi J B P 1'11"111.1' pilncipnl" 1'i ::111'!i amt
J.I! (' DIII.I' 11 tall I anal lli'li -. I t t The lour minifies of :.l.i irtlnBl Keneral revenue fund makln Army discharge April 24 at At- I I Marie, Inex and Beitha Ludlum!. 1.--tti. .---- -- --- -- -

.ry)1'eserIItlt1. ,d,! the: oiuanirt: i i ,] Luck Indian River ">ncGkeecheibee i; up what racing lacks. lanta here he has been taking Snirrtd) : Turner, Tommy Barat I = .-......--. m.--
1 \I'll !11 r 0,11' a'. (I1 I joo: c Imp) l I""r 't i)1' t .u i .M;MX' lumen ali eomprtMiiR tru' The counties receive. all reo treatment for Injuries received Ivan BHckstone J James I3JII'I1slell' t"
.t ..11'' "Ilan, ,' K' nbers in 16 i r' "t. till inetlnR to behead the rnmewit. counties of tin '! c< Ipt from the three per c!nbnxk in France Mn Ma>'kcl and Norman and Joyce Cn',\\"s

,0 fret: 1..I' ulth, the' student : ) .it. :a i, 1I1'Jy dnlp A special Cnl not Stream: emine-l 'It.' BON! I tax on dog and horse rae children left Enc Sunday for Caw! me" Sonny Chason, J.IndAUl'n HOMESFOR
"' l III I"" r'I 111. I'l Clull'I"!"I' ." ":1"1111: "+ bun. planned f gco"..t t Held e\!: ruttiCPat.dh1111. I
,4.1 I If. 1111' ," ,IIIIi explain" al .' of Midi nn ,nrin'' <':'- Income from an extra Wo pC'r cf her Rrnndfnthei. j, W Trot. presents were received'
put llhurthe I v l II ,/ 111"11 ulll \bo come meat was i I'ported m tin' 3t cent dog race I levy and five per man. Her children are recovering Walti i I'M, Mchols, CMM nlli, !
IF' 1'fir' 1 tlla. II" N,,, ''I.. ;,., ;iIlJlo'IJl1P. students Lurle rtl-tilet\ board it ,t- (t.t horse race (nit poe to the from chicken pox "Ifr'I'r(' the weekf'nd(111'\ -t"
l ., ,[Ii 1" ( '1 1 ,. 1)11 .' I ,' : I. !ill 1. d I 111:' jeqiilie- monthly nuptliiB ricinby! ,I I. llel! all- aMlxtance fund Mr and Mrs. David: faker 01 hK cater/ nnd fimllv MiBarbaia I" SALEFrl101I'
a'1). Ii, ::1'11 To r II I d' "I i mmbei- Ed Nobles In I.'onnl'l.lcm ',Utlihi Lee and Governor Caldwell have: returned to their home In Hieis) Mi Niil 'I<
I 1I1l' Nat,;unit Beta Clhb: I Palm Farms Their two oldest served In the South Pae-lllo NVoik '"i
I J'1 riir I Ii J' "j 111 ; rc>p01'on\ the recent R lon!! l lath have predicted the' countle City ,
.1 't 1, : "I i Ihrr!i i explained I \I'QII1I.1, Builds, Jean Parker. 8,11, "etlnv held In Allot. :> '-' 11I'h 1 1I ,\:!II I receive a total of $9000 I children" ne recovering from and Jacksonville. and ''I i it
r ,l4.. 1 ,,I flll'l to I pie"Mimili ,- Ii ,1-ettl'\. RU icut' PeuRy Ulmer, I'f I attended C.,1"11 by the time this year' rac I the measles, the baby son :r A veal In hOlipll.fllhll' t i 111 l dwelling with metal shingle
". "", I ill. t :itets Rill), i it i \JlIWI' Shirley Anne Member< of the loenl b11'" Ira' i I""-i' eiuon end escaped the disease, been flensed Their homo I j. 't 1 Recently painted inside am, uu;'
"tl rl. II .I'' 1111'111'I ; t ""nr !F'IlI""- Riroii, Winifred cure:dl to work tow-ml till cud i r.:U-nlne counties give al I Dr and Mrs R'alnald l Kltch- Southport, 8 C, repent' onHition! front, kitchen, dm .ii> ,
. l ,, W1uk1, Snunder.sI formerly of Palm City, Samuel E Nichols. CSK! 1 I'J I"I Enclosed porch across oc-
1 I and a a"l'd"l1 nil i 1).d: a iii'Mlm ol i..IJI".I.! .> ,'. .1'i ,part of their racing revenui tog, Jr. two large bedroom and one welt, b.,
It ,1111111'i Hi, Jl i 1311 I ',I I.I1,1 l ruin UlniPi I II and sons Renlnald' III Ernest ------- ---- living room
j : i "il tin !oar f'' i:itifv 111.1 ouneli! :' the schools, with the rest or ; Cat stove and electric: refrigerator 'rep!,
(1Ih-lItI I Is will fo'' belt'ill.\.,'.!IV t'ro i h. Intone Ktriiu/ fill cenernruutllV : and etanlev l III of Dnvenpoit' LOST 52 LBS.! room living room. Property includes a lot "i ],
Mrs Ititchhlg'sparents in
IClI'III(11 It drtleP-| i ( xixnspsf Iowa are visiting( I house steel! ,
maj plans WIAa ail 1. AGAIN"On.e feet, garage and chicken ) \vat (tot
.Ids!' II I hi II1'w.dhal thlw1'lus Mr, and Mrs E. TI.1Vel1.a.a
meut \ \ Ih ,nl,n1,61 tank tree and chrubbei
la ,111. wcod Ago
!, PHILCO LINE (AMP' foiC'IIUIIUUI ; 1 I Ieellpt' 1)1' ,spent faprncutrnt : 'ho live (ill Hill! Casa Terrace In near Stu-. wP1/ill nllal'.l.Ii xw Lb Ile+,11111 Iluu.tl I'I1,1 Ili 5.1 t.?,, p buy any and cypress well uoi, h the moneyEDWARD.
the Fern cemetery
numbeis JCrJ/'l'd n.t! l \ |pub i !!.!' in pi"nementiiiitiiiitiiMiiiiiiniiiii !I ,
I I that the s r\k + "I l .I, nrt IIL11, lit Ili.. Il I,,,
j I HADICS I Hu rv Ire 11 t11 1)I e l
I I Uriel( i v,i'ill li'( wi nhk' 1 Ilc'l I.I ":111.i iIV 'iti.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiu Wairen 1 J Melland"r. AM 8-creceived I. I.
OLt-'P) ) FREEZERS In .tnii'il' .i" anti I ,drtrw I. ; .I1rIl i his Navy discharge ateksniivllle
: J r renth Mr. and
\\111'1 I: ill I till Ililll "11111 t I"
I ABC AND SPLCl QULFN WASHERS MM lIf!'holder arc erecting anew
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I II I 'Ihe c' 0tnl',1's :aiui'inl u u'
ESTATE ELECTRIC RANGES nnel! WATCR I I rams "at I Luke: Obbeirnc w'll! "pi, n Kv :MRS. O D QUGIEYiiilii'tiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiMi II I home\ on Michigan! : ave. on MAP
their lots adjoining thoor I.
I lunc 2 and continue' Ihr'n1 h
NEATENS Mrs M!llandei"'s parents Mr.
RealtorP /
JulC. 'IIuilllP' 111 annoui PP- J-tbron from RMle! USN ol ,'
i and MM D II \Vent7
GENERAL LINE OF SMALL i APPLIANCES __ ____. __u___ __ Banana River let last wpeK
I : I Mr D II Went Ix building!: n O ARCADE DLDG.
liter a two w.'eka 1 I'll'ilh lave lure
EXPF.R1 rup.: \"H StRVKFHutto f June Mnlmisek Dolores Bjr; :lltI his pare'nJI': nncl MrsA : I two pllrtln -1I1 house near his

i .I II.in Hum',n\ Ronalfl! fluesurll L. thrown" I home) on Ml 'hinan, aventi Stuart Drug Co.-Phone 11 STUART, FLA. PHONE
.I' I'J\'iJJ I I] I V 0"kC- John met Z. na Leighton and
Radio and! Appliance Co. ,i/11,11" i t'ULn, I M(- I : : ?c FlJI'C'" t'mh1,,iiiivmM spent Sunday at the home! of Farms to Stuart laU week' Mrs Reminder

.0< 4 Osceola, Ave. Opposite Fire Dept I.t \ M :111311' / C'' 's J",,mi'. :\111'1ill. llI \- Mi, and Mrs H P. Church I Rose Lelghton with whom they I --- -- -
I].',.), ,,j ii I I 11,1, ,1I1Jlh! : Mr*. N P Metzger and chlldtn were living has closed' her home
D"lorl und Ronald l. of and at present Is living In Stunt !
1itu,\llle called on tier mot he i.. ; with them.
:airs.. Martha \\liittle Sunday.
Mi and Mrs DoVlllbiss recent, MOTHERWILL
Mi and Mrsv! W. Ros, nll"c.c" YOUR
SO,00QTRIPS IV 01 West 1 Pnli Beach Imr 'r(
-I i :\ti"., Mary Chandler. rrturn .. .
ci I 'o :\Innieapolln otter\ an f'X-
nord vllllt hcrew th MI"'I ,

:the, and Mm Joe Brook ,. I
t? r '.a.tlan. called on Mr Bin >KSi

"11 i',n Mrs A. L CtiurrhM .
.Ai'! Irl O \ and Mix Rall. h Andre -
:!i .1 1] ul Ui ,t Palm Bent h. rail'! SINCE

tV'O R L D 'j re'lath('* and ft;lllilt in. +' IslzSpceIallre
1'o.lIIdu\ r ; f "MOTHER'S DAY"NO
:MrL, A!. AI'I1c>ldlHI. '" ,
:.. '\ 1 r'.Ilvhl. and family of Fat t PUull "'.

4' S'mday. i
,. Mi. and Mri Norman! E" : "t In I THE PERFECT GIFT
,,,..", .' lOll lIpt'nlla1 wek end :1', M,II"'I" i Rentalstar :

i 1;s. A. BroKiilnii niuI I III.,
1:'l.1: recently: 1
I t \ '. E. Walker U 8. Vn: 01 t tN lofnrmitlon
".I l I.I'a., : .. returned to the I
l h.. ifte i several days at tin Real Estate Insurance :
I 1'1 lr of !Mi and Mrs, 0 H
\\rite or See
.1 i II Ill'! ('I n

:. and Mrs, Ed Johnson and JOHN E. TAYLOR Building
]trn." Leopard of Miami, railed
Osrecli Hid;, hone 101J Next to Western Union Office
M" its! brothel Mrs O H. J'Jhnm i-
.,nd family Sunday STUART
7d :V,' and Mrs L C.I"ol"l"! "
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111Ill 1: d Pedersen and D.tI1l\a\: ---- ---- ------=---=---
D'!":' ol Stuart, called 01 !M!. ----=-- === _.: -

I. ii j j11'1'. Fred Pedersen Sunday
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-4. ) II' Man Chandler r,]tei'

'alnl'dllh a pinochle ,)Arty

d 1 80,000 dOles around the: world-2 Billion miles.That's the distance HUIiit, 111< r home Mrs H M To All Voters of '; '
%" us won first prize and Mr1 .

Chilian trucks and buses travel every year on Sinclair Lubricants. \fMtfnsen / .' prize Anlin -
(,'( !!1I1't l was Mrs Chail s >r.

Truck and bus.opcratocs'sdcct Sinclair-Lubricants because Cyni.ul. M,. of Salerno Shon .........
j Allell1t\ tunic refreshments\
Hobe Sound Indiantown

1 they can be counted on to save wear and help prevent breakdowns I were server) __ : l.r

in tile of hard dut ,. Sind air Lubricants of the imililllillillllill'ilillllliillllllllllllllliPalm 1
tough ;grind:: war ) City NewsBr And Port Mayaca[

Same high quality that safeguard fleets; of trucks and buses arc I II
I MRS ANNA B DAYllllllllllllllltllllEIIItllllllllllllllllllllllt I

sold\ by jour Sinclair Dealer to protect your car. 'i
Cn MIN ath the last I'huII'h i j

Su sec jour Sincl.sir Dealer and let him lubricate Ira.il! ,I ,the f'n-on at the Palm G. H. TIL TONI
City' rhnrrlt' v III b laid The h:

'}'our car regularly ro sivttar and breakdowns.

Stop \vhtrton ,ei r tlu c"ulIll 1 II-C Gasoline sign. PEST



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;trial I in md co-ord'nit'um bclket: '; l i } wiih th: : : :' (' .l :" in .!: ;u. iiicr vacations JUDGE BARNS IN FIGHT CIO I 11% it-I',,!- \ blH i! r' i i b 'I i 1.. I nave( to U', teat> lil,1 t 'a i 1'lrt..
uHled h\' rl I :K \\' i'ii'!.1se 1 (if !'tndtl I [N'', II- ',ff on he I'h..ht t ft-"it- fies- I
I records showing 'J I, II( hill, ,(' ill, ..a tt.J:,! ''n "> an
I Exhibit of Handwork' about a 'Hi- "'idling[ ot aeronaut s West Pnlm Bars' 'Ih: Hoi dire.. I IAi'rt ;
ulvlslon ol boys" and Kills In VISIT TO AREAMiami ; ; ;: ; rl'I'I diilofiwn loiinuv Hoevfi I I
I I junior high school' grades I !ids<1: Slit Chambii, f Coni'ifrr"ill It mMlt hf well fn
-- I department As. lor aptitude, Introduction In L "II"I I 1 ''II I :1
states part \ ) :Tkc stepto rl 11vh ( w'HI au 9Ih''I i I liltAt.! t Hide county ,i )
depnrt- : ment fills several large rooms tills are showing IIOmn< I rally! nduWl'.! [d i I ', ,
\ 1. point of the inventlaa d I nlbed aliI the npnientd',ninatlon i Ill'' .In i "''II' behind the LAM (
1 1i: '1111HiRh holds a surprise for anyone not superior uadcs Mr the thus when I 1'l1d' the birds mi, .
tie: ( I was assumption : Jurist In Active Race: ( f the federal jio\on 'p11I''p"1: l 'j( Stuart so
charge. of Informed as to the meaning of rttted but this may not : '' ', \vlirndili' alarm' goes oIl
'. ell I Ir. ,unloi high school students for Supreme Court east( by the C 1C according io \ r' hake dn'i WI i h frlt'I( or .
,,11 i txlilblt the torn. Industrial Ai s. For sorely. on natural ability, : Interested In aviation'\ This'' Post plans; )Ares nt'd nt the spilnleetlim business associates In the nelRhI the new tissue schedule ,

t .O'... ,. ,udents l art can well be Industilal and added The rrmlnlnr me |1 1 .i"'iI1t i ; t to orgai'':: cour',P'' I ,' of thf Cmlnbl'l"! :, dlifct I It-5'.s i 'DImly- specify whet '.!<..i'
srA4 hone 1 the industry Includes a lot of art as lounnesii Is mote or less I lil< '" istnictlon I expcn Circuit Judge Paul D. Barns I ( rs' lure last wukI I .....r nppolnii i i t tIs 1 set foi 1'.e, I -
,tIn I Mr. Smouse will point out to the through the cla'set. however. It1 :; Ion. tl'd;' Information, In i I Stuart Rotary club speakei, I ''II
::": no'' oi Miami. a candidate for Flor- The (State Ch u"ibrr s move :o .
'Hal! InilldIHIll visitor Interested In the production Amnnir nip' handicraft to most :natural setting. II'' ida 8uprmc Court in Oioup) 2. put It' the federal 1 \o-cinmfnl. I from foil PI I'c' .11'1"1\,,: "'PCIiienday -

r;' o ,. :',,I Of work of his classes shown on Open chap Day AI L ,Kipils an ooportunlt! ; vklted Martin county SiUndm Of CIO domination In taken as a half hour early by his .

10 ,nets\ ,II''"111' equip' That girls me as Interested In be bookends with inlaid!! some of the things through In behalf nl his' oandlrliKVv ; "i full-fledged cooperation on n time but n half horn luu\ ta\ .
grams: coiner whatnot educational exx): >rl- itlonnl bash with a recent ours I BREAD i I

-- ---' and cutout d-signs I ; I that they like to do and name made by the", Florida Farm" I Also trains and busses will inn

If-I lacks and bookstands; try to do: anyway, som,'- n1lP'al1 i to conduct an active '
a.a "ll dtlK .
IriTItYFLlalreluarLrJ! &!
e rind: : and nut trays somehow ', 'II11pnl<::11 to arouse It' members
\ I cum \\'ond. pin'hr-cl to I', --- --- -- '
i tl1l'( cnnn! tint tliiPTt"nsia -
tin :UKi i nnlioohany; I ) R'TfOS !!' the CIO' -PAP ntl\ DR. L. S. JONES
tt 2 TALL CANS : aI11)1! .!Irt! ( ( \i\ Stuart News was In en "" S
aI!i !opt to d() not: 'tali't ( i
1 ,met .1 i ':iiftol! rhlldrens. : week Issue In an arid'! 1t ,,, .;

I 1I MILK 1 7 1h( Wooel, hoitaie has .... :: \ slated\ that Commoci P A'\'' UK' Stale CMmbci iiKdh -

c a pioblmi i tot' the building \ ICltihlng 1 Is now I'h.lIr i > I I,' \I'thlll'111;': ol Jukilh QUINNChiropractors

J n( 'us I i I' Onci' the '.mi has'n"1 of the Florida Inland Nat;, l I )v (chairman ol tin' nut Ion-
-- ------ -- :"K i fJIIII'11' AS. a puhi" District:. 'I 1 :l' committpe nun H\dd:\! ,'

" NECTAR the i l1(1rl1l'' constioi ed Hitching I Ih M I" use)( president t std i, used 1
sit Sauce( 1 ho' i roll 11'I '11 n of the board, and\ '1'.1"1'1.'' condemn th "dom I 301-02-03 TOMITAU BLDG., WEST PALM BEACH ..

> I' Iu1"I TEA India! i \t'i'n> > in order to cam, '" 'I'I' 1 as "tt.11I111/ phllo.'pll1'1l111l'nt" ] \' PHONE 3650MMjMwraaaonamHUBwwwiMiwa

b POUND 340I: business of the board ,1.- 4 ,' "" i
bII lOt'fol;|: Is ( O I. UTIIOR I
k """ -
I the actlnt chalrmnnsh' \
s -- --- -- -- ;
-- --- l'Inh:
I I \\ threcent death II:
" OWN 0POL' <\cKA I IA Avelyn Blocks bit\
The ntitiidi and work of SUDDENOF CH. F
'. permanent chairmnnsh:
::0 students i"
31c 17 !ticcts credit on not been filled and Is ib .
A -
MO ; POUND c Instructor and Jack SmouInpti '\1110'11 I )hi describe ,I I' '"mlllc'hllJl. '
< to the decision of the board!
"' t In teaching next meeting ,! u (ixiellenth TIMF MITE C t: ?

CBURV WHEAT) EMERGENCYS9CL5B5 i boys n nd nurl l. goes beyond The only i" nomhU- ]po1'Il'l'k.) story In the News which i : JudRe Bi us believes. .
atiA.Bt' 3' ,,.f such ptitmenu) In also published in the Mlnnii! ''Wlursal] bestset'vt- ( tl1'' peoplHe GENERAL. MIX UP
; C
$ was
phool 1 m :h" nation are ]) cites his record ol OV'I i 20
}itching and up', /S/ MORE"THAN -
isnij." i 11' \\ bulletin which Veils of tilal- court experience
PAGI' W tOTE' I'tldes "' without his knowledge(; to service ORDINARY PAINT
1' resatlof( a including assignments! I A Sudden Change of AN

BOTTLE[ 'PI'11111' I I idiistrlal\ Arts en the Supreme Court numerous Weather Is Nothing I IT STAYS WHITE and PROTECTS LONGER'ciii4YIk

NEGRO 12 C dialectlass. I ummci" by the LEGAL---ADVERTISEMENT-- limes His latest service on that Compared to This

------- p u tmoit 01 i :Industrial body was In January of this .tG
tion ,ii P"I( n Ih}\\i\inn: state OF CITY TAX SALE: year.
I ill I h.rol.l> <.j"I ii 'iht-,' lit.. A sudden' change of weather
I ) !
inn' 'ot l t+ in<'h MI: Smou Is ,".",, ( .15 tex... of ,t-k... ('j"" Judge\ Barn Is conducting an
Our Produce Dept. .If he allll1ol' ',,- i5, "n" "n'"' Iel1r.. h.'.. active through his may cause. n lut of comment but
n i i \ !ciadinte: ., i( campaign paired oIt
"' n'hr' the CII ("h"rI"
.. n !it Is nolhinn alt- comp,:d to a .
PII//( t'' \\ 1 hl'l i ii specialized n It-n) iii .h. (I'II' live travels over the state He has I r :rlfl.j :
,, ... ., ,.. '
I lilt- t
ti" ''ul C( ''Ult It" "ti den chnuic ol tlm.Iollt: 01
hind ;'""pl \v"' :tutthe 2'n( II" ,'- covered more than 2300 milessince \ a-""!:
( mn" '' 1r m" tic "'I'I1l'I1t.i : lie ., ,,I I.. II ,..1 //(11 I I he started out March 4 Stunt began (he week! : busimsa :.:;:; ,--
ESH LOCAL( ('I! [ "" "" "
I --- Mondiij! Morning nn hour ride I ,
---- - ------ and has many more miles to t- BPS OUTSIDE GLOSS WHIT n mod to stay
covet before the primary :May 7. earlier than .tinl!. >..implylm t! -- than ard attract,.. 'for many years
I 1M MEANS A POUND 19c Get sweet, tastier broad! Judge Barns Is a veteran of *'1th a sudd:n 'diet o, 'he clt" He Wi a. Gloss and doe .ol' yeller or ',,'ay*
fathers that daylight havlnas from otmo, 'phei c coid'uosw :
World War I and Is in acllvl'11t'mbl'l'
FlEISCHMANt''S' 'line had been adopted ova tin \ n v>',II B v. you the wh'el, I while l I house on your
VINE RIPENED of the American !
CAL i Legion
I-e .. ,
and the "' o' rum.ef I
| use .uikend but, because \ *et 10
only about
11I., son Lt I JR I Pin! D. Darns. : .
f 'F"
'Of nlCo
; r.lm
!'mlf the i evident had heard /k._ U e UPS Foundoi c.j '
MflTOES 14c I .II'I ei\Pd In the South Pacific of'hr "'I i ho ,'it', ,, .I" i "-g tasset
POUND -.' FRESH uinoild'' Wit' IICANDIDATES change: olr| ''m" f'ln-tl1|
( In- -in-' wt s i net'''sniy(\ tip. v in a i il
NESAPrLLU 11Vt 1,111 l, dlly'll'OI'!,.

r FLE! Ihc Stuart school planned to "Y HrW issuer WItH PALTISSON-JAIGIN1 PAAiNtSsA.
5 49c 4 ixn by new time but \\U Ih: only) \ f
POUNDS \, knit 1 Iron (trJrlw: .s and punll..') nnIt i '' Ricou Hardv/are Co.

IFCRNIA --- % ri' YEAST CAMPAIGN COSTKeith 1 i ici Inlu" i:". tl! "I I l IIJ) (' ('h 111''',< ; ., c
,"I '
t ii 1, ,
J ? ( i II 1 I i 111! I i PHONE 3S
EMUS 14c )
POUND : ----- --........ ttr.-...... _...-.oC'--. """ "
and Rowell, Legislative
---- : a ..; Contestants, Head
TTOCE '4. -", "' t List of Expense
POUND' lie IjI Accounts

______n I f
l "
Hm) All Martin county candidat'
for election In the Democntir

WOES 10 45c FULL-STRENGTH I Tit whinnnn' fresh stints Yeast starts primary May 7. this week tiled

LBS, \M rl.int nth away* Ml this strength of the yeast Llamas second expense' accounts as pr"-
hrc ed. Ile suRw'' of scribed by laIn the oflicool
---- out .(11 trti' ilitenrful goodnste of your
the circuit clerk J. R Pum-
t"i''t HARIT4Nl PEA I.it"'t i I 11 LII'i lihl ttxluro -frngrant rfHlnviw, (inn' lime! FEED YOUR FA.MLY!I ON THE

ARETTES ..tn, $1.69 SOUP, 110 21 ; can 14e IF YOU BAKE AT HOME, Insist onI orojThe 1 glslitlvi con:et.nnts M

Z.'. HA'''''', eEl ERY 1irvs I hteiuul's ftilUrtwngth fresh cite ? H Rowell and George Keith QUALITY FOOD and PRODUCETHAT

1m. box I3c JUICE, no 2. can 1ge"Cl ( ,ntaalltlu'familiar yellow label. DCpi 1< + headed the list With the ingest
.aR.I "' RICH' SUES nd dr-\nn'ricn'sfas'oritoycast Fj1T'NNJ7I.a''orr'I reported as campaign
EAT box) lie SCOOP 19c expenditures Ro\\'clls total ol
I n\i") "'. 1
I,Lt, $151.28 was seconded bKeltic,
UP' no. 5 38e: SOFT TISSUE WEAVE, 2 rolls ISe.re $94& 44. VALUE, QUALITY and SERVICEARE
County commission i-.ptiaiit".
PS.16" .' ,thox 21e CEREAL WHEATIES -oz. lOc BOX rfrekatrvrca 1 listed h'ir expense as follows. : THREE REASONS WHY MORE PEOPLE SHOP !

I District 2, Otto Kubin $87 42 andO

D Quinllvan $77: dlstrlet 4 j

I' R. L. Wall $70, Henry Cu\v
MEATS --- -- $61.75 and C. R. Ex'ins. 55204 '
Candidates for membership "n cR0IVIEI's MARKET ;

..amuovattttttttaltll.A' thr county school board Distil<'l tI. t
1 1 1. J. S Mlchaelson. $52.98 and A Till IP 10 I It7F slOI.Ft

GRADE SPRING !7G\W1fl\ A. Hendry jr $4486: district 3 \\' : fln.ln.lt) I 1'llnSr1I: ;; j jj
1' j jl
: '
fC C. D Hataway. $51 80 and C H j
0' LAMB 40cSHER ffg I
POUND day Tilton. $39.25. A
Only two candidates for Democratic THE COMPLETE FOOD STORE
\'" ..-'., I' Executive committee

posts! have spent money to be IE ......... -- -_ _.4...___ .j
HI PICKLES 2 13C ATANTHONY'S I elected although nil others tiled
FOR the usual form. stating that no

I expense had been Incurred by
-- -
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THS CHILI/ them K. Immell; and 1'. J. F.

Kennedy who are contesting for
NCARNE' ,33c I the county post of the state excciitlvt -
committee filed costs ol
WE KNOW YOU ARE ALWAYS WONDERING $73 70 and $35.28 respectively


POUND 49c Wholesome Nourishing Food The Girl Scouts met Tuesday\
afternoon at the Woman! club

I FOR LESS with their leaders Mrs,. J. W. 6e
Bozone and Mrs. Herman Reitz.

PICK{ 2 40.0Z. 61 C The Prices of OurQUALITY In charge\: After the regular'' ( r

BOXES business session, preparations

UND DRIED -- -- i FOOD and PRODUCE were made!'" for a musical programand II I fI f

80-90 SIZE jovial: which the members, I
ONES Is Always Within Your Budget I are planning! for their mother!

2 POUND 26c and friends May 7. The affair :
I Kill begin at 4 p. m, at the \\omans + ,
-- --
nd -- ---- -
W club and will be part of the \

I Satisfaction and SavingsAT National Music Week observance I 1..1
16c I
..OZ.BOTTu: Mrs Oarland Edenfleld led In 'Ii '
I ,1
group singing after which the I j
y CAL CAN HOME WHEN IN STOCK Scouts divided Into three workgroups :

EANE 85c headed by Mrs. Dewey

slay '- SPRY ANTHONY'SMEMBER Hayes, Mrs Reitz and Mis Bo-

tears J zone. Present were: Judy Ar-
.20c .LBS "
1 LB. 3
bogast Jean Arnold, Zola Mae

Ilydraln- Blakeslee, Olive Burgess Gwen ,

-yl'FLUSHg- I can 19c 24c 68 C Economy < > Grocery dolyn Brown Jean Brown 3 Great Sales Days! ? f

_.. ,. ..... Jeanne Clements, Judy Haessly
Gloria Hancock, Claudine Keith I
Carol Mann Hcllen McCullough :\tay.3.1:! PI G GLYwILY
Betty and Jane Morrison, Evelyn A'.k. at Stoie Tor Speci'''' s
,''p OPERATED TEA CO. 201 S, Akron Ave WE DELUEK Telephone 143 Reltz Jackie TlUman, Polly Rice, .
': Fourth Betty Oreen and Angelina Con Color, Price, LM, It--
Street Stuart,
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'GK TWn" TilE .Tl' MIX MM sTl'.Ufl Martin County. FLORIDA, TIUKSUAY. MAY ,: 1916t712c '

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J ; S'tu crt 't iui. A SOUND POLICY- 91111111111111nalplpnnalhIalllIIIh1IIIdn51laa Horticulturally i iiiiiniiiiiiiniiiitiiiii"11"Speaking/ "Shade and Ornamental ;

i. .. 1 I".blj.lwd1' I'\ Thurjit'av at j LAWS APPLY TO UNION AS WCll AS 'TD I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII/ I llllllllllllllllll llllllllll For South Florida And 11

.. I Stint. Martin County. Florida. MANA&EM5MT UK dcp.rlincnt. "I .'ciuiilliit:< ."I'f 11... 1\1.l/lh.. L"unu1115I' 'lit''

Honda Ly Stuart corporal Dally onEiitued News. Inc. a a t lysoUN9S i just i issued .i now I'I5! ,/ .1111..11 3I I \lbmii ihvd I llmstno.111\111 I I l "I'111ushaln'g
ttfASONAAIE 4 a a ttloi .alxilit iI.1usss(I llouinil 1".I I i _
-- as secund-class! mail Mbuiu I I'lunst151,111 I < \ I
1b Mf.
Tlus lank, % tin 1')11I
region; oiippkimnlo
:nittii ut the post ofTice at t pictured 40 tree in tulur' and i is K.!Ii'm-d to in tin Inln'chudonone "n 1 I r.\II\ :Mil':KA I EDI I 1 I I.I\! hum1iu' ', '', .III,

Muaii, Florida under the AcUuf btAxSf MFaT of it wriis toward .1 i moil .1I1"'III..h''| kiMiwIiiljf "I( unmuuul,1trees slimt stiff unmlimpi old! "i.mx shot) shut. ks hrIIIII"I, ",,ni's

Morch a, 1879 .- In Brail,', Liw.. .\. I iiltno. dlrctloi. I UK Bra/lllnn.. lousdMrvice '% I (tin umill > part l leases' The' thin I 1.111'1'. .''iim ,,,,,. I' .
A FREE PRESS the 1mm. (Drills UK hauls for. lulnr. 11II1r1l"IIII..II'I" '.sli II I :
::1-1! YEARS!: OF SERVICE MS' v .In-* long Sin.ill) pxinislixhiti tnimpet ipui I ''J

.' more c-omprilitusiM' uutiinUK '." roxxtli an lollmxid l h x pl.U.IJ.! .' Irons. tinsliif I I, .,'d. ,;
and .. {
Tho tlluirt Dully Niw> ucr.- "> intHKluii (
.. .., I" l Iu< im. ("maim il still growth with tin ""i'
f I Ih. Klunri TI"' U. fiat new volume wu sjxxlally liiterikting \ of an oxn| spaisi .u
A FREE PEOPLE I"n"r I rubllihej h, Bin.I. ,.. April IUM -.. sood, I mv trees of wiikkkruMe |KIIIIthat| nix nimrtlv nnkiKiws
sod I llii. Hlu.rl M.. .n.>r. oilukjrh m !n'ra'rld pl.\IIliIlLt.
Tht us... ...> oo"olld'M ., 'Ill It'f, in; I'll.. kla und sn, gixtK MHIH tlml 'M slMMikl' (trv' IIIlld IUDJoII\I.\CIIEIl: EI.\Um.: hllill Ih' I'l";", .
M.ut> 2. 11Thr Htuirl Ctollr .sV.. IxHlk IlllllsIIH at
..It founded 0.,10. N. !U". Ill wr<'kI 11I110.11'.1"1! /: \, M ('sat. illlll in till llllllllll"' vOlilll till xxllh ',..idx sli'ndi i hl.lIlI'h'h mil shun at"gl' .1 a, ,
I, ,4lllon s., rmrrly ki vn ?. lhi > and' I h.I"h''utly ml about ,getting s.id of( "SOUK ol (lit' unlstuld trw spi % dnk Ii.. I, ,'
>"utlt, HonJ |)< .1 lnp<*. of tin "'n!, 'sslrt(5phx'u' (! | ininpmiinl' tjliiii ns ,11" ,(|jiriku
nil trtis imnlhnwd III tin luiok UM priKtsc 101"11111101 sshtisIii Uiiminl, pimiilis "I P'1'1 ">,'"Vl' I IusS i'rS .,. r', '' ,,11||,.
----- ---- -- -- -- but m
I.PIYI'! '. Met\t\li5.it: X. noro'' Ma...,. ,!riniiiitiiii., : It and risking; tin. tnis may lakt II long time llu. din'.il. Sunabl'or/ dix imkx suits
J liSt T In\, 'nits nn
-/'l -- .ni.'nhn-- ---M.n.s'r'- 1st .i luirrTniilan, \ 1MDCHMIILKSP: ( IM I. ]10V(>!26i! III"cNMI.1 < "

SUBSCRIPIION:- RATtS / / >iiiininiM/ / flikt tin |iHliii' Irii ?'
"," v. ? n" 'I 1 I. 0,. < oilliMttu tin 'fttda Sl..ttIhulI,1I it I Is ill ill I slioiils .111'\ lug( III.. l< .ilbirx hipnmif I I"" |,
1..k..1. i
....Y l'.1. "..",,l..i." ; .-a-, ,, ,., '110, "'.3..am. "., ,. .. .. -,the-e.I-,' /1.1//1)/ ami', iiana of uhkh t'II'' '''' .n'<. ,' t lost Hii I" 1';uarldei. 11ti .. I i k.ixis 12: IS' iniliis, ,, Ion'?, xxilli. innnni" ,
,.. in ?' ?
,1..1 ,"'.....1 ,I',. .' ;, .;, I :, ':;'I ".,h,.::,'II'1,',:'::"'.,Io'h''I' : :: f..r' r.hi.a'lan' .: :, ,,1.11., w. < s IN.iiult L: in-lit llouuiun' not shuts llniM In..irlnK e'rimanl Isiah''l _'' 2 intlMs laic xxilli I.i xi lug\; Upk 'I lx' xtllmxisl 1 "
.. P,
mlfii < -; tin
---- -- OH bin ,l. It takes a I long Him In
l nscr..uo'lrrt, SKM\ S.IVK .
; llns I is .1 i hit il.lI.g. t'ti3l/ ",
: t- liriniiiiil pmulis 'I",
MEM: 151 It )P1HEsso( nun PKLs Q IH) \ Jtl
.._ /,/, ii., true' to. |till' point \,|HIMill diUIIIIIIH mvI'lfitdiUiwi iliiidn.'iik. dix mils
--- -- - ------ --- --- hunlx but
nitltia. lI.l' iH-\t. tru' !hll\\ II. i is iinknimn Innalllimn nit(. '
N I ,, MH'IIIOIJLXM1MM' :' I. MV llu XIHI" vIropkul i I"" I I
THE FISHING QUESTION hoe i dilUrtuI PII"ouJ.,1tI tni In 1119' "anlin. It him III.t llmure
till id
.Mill, .i l. I' .I i i.M!>ld uimxinij! htin ,,11,1,.

.. ..idx In,.im. .IKS. Ili'I h",1\l I ilnii;' is .nsii.ml.rx ". .,
I PI.Int i u emphatically' / / ili.n" : that/ in tin Martini ( ( 1 1S ( U\MU ,inml;%. R ill, Its n>)plinis pink Ikmtro' I is not unkiiinMi III f mil iipri fit'...minims( ml, I 1.,11'10.1.! Wigs. : 1'1. I I. "I,i iIcinu ,

i ui pui'enlative'; i race the t lishintr question* / is the '. !',nli< .iltbiiiisli: rui, HMTI is .I I In" in tin Cioo; l\\ili !Bottllilial" gar' .
,dills still btrnx .
4a f hall .. I 13 i I t. I"I U <>n .1 i ?' .1,
umiill i in ill i
In-' : ''I' Att. i f'I.3., I Fart Tiirit lint blooms i\m. ,vtar I hat e 11 out
imdinni I
I InilMs lone!. ,,
xat kulhls,, .n' J li> y: I"I11Idl"ldllllll'
i'i 1,11.111xs I to nil toiuuiitd/ it has men; an iwuei ., lord I lli.it hii. not I.k N IlIIl'll. i> ore i is ,nioltlHinoitHnkmunt I'' ',

1 i "} I, oJ i ,!j'ime' Ivxlei in the pant the "people of Martini ( ',/,,:' ///>riowellowllnMifd Miriilv with hanging( ilnntti'Li :. or si..n lit 11"1111'-111.,' (Km 'Ill
III Ci \ .' mil t piimks t
iitiknovtn, lu-rt. Pluri is bkmmfliK <'im"11 Isnrff.!
!: ( li-tiila ik a sle
"u>i : I l1'1117(1' attain. M'inintf The anti-seine 11111.1' \\ .t '
lot plmtnu I"
cimril ,,
,"" '. dl'cuft1\'l'l1t\d dminir'' the war with the lip'Il'.of "lnlii IK! i!oldin slwmeri) In I D S, lludMinsarxl, ) In Stiinrt '>ranilHhiidv Im" "
I ( aiiirtbcr l'hll..n"'l't,1! sxefca, is lure in I"'lurid. IHIIIK. l hilt ll In /('n la l Ill, ',.n mid/ i >mrs lip I'I'!
I'HI ftnanhn '
I ''' ". .i Mi-called nevx device miiihtv like I'< seine < |
l I" xxind
nil, ..1 I i .''..ml .tra<. mi !W I step COl'l'II".nollll .It. I is IOMnllkil! |. to ('. IKX/KVI/ II not klinlknUIK' II In "wilt.xxoiidid, ind .11n biukin high:
I IIal : limn ) \Iii/
51'.1TIf11)lt11.1'1.1" : ,
rents mx
1'1 letrali/id! ,bx the (.unl when used ; -
i Supreme iilxixi lli / unixxs( 11111 so till 1'111 I I" .
/ with llnvuis S. tmtipdxNlutrhot
Cassia: matmntliera' xillim protruding( In( /
..in )i I',i II: i Iti) t ., a certain description! "without the net leads tin. 1'1.; I ucie and Okecch'ibre'ouuties! next Tue '('tixis ill "titer tin top of tin tree. j is ullki t\\ II III Pkirklu ami unlike ',uilxKinl' tin nnd.iM.li.. mil tin limns ni' ", 'c ,ml.

Ill.. ., ,'j. v. t 11\11, difficult.ItrItenfprohuiIik\ certainty lay have, opportunltx to elect a tminc'd! taU'man a* first i I ui o, out speek Die Mussels .in in IXIIK.IHH like C \tiffrutltmiwliK'li !( lui loi. 1.(1'11\1.11( pi111PIIG.S'FEREOSi'Eftil' ;.
? ""J. M. I ':tate Sen. tor to represent the nevx 12th l i! : bliHitn tin 'I bom,isIXMIM \I 11'1111l'I. lion. I vpuidv '
j is beiinilii4 to in Stu irt piirkuux nciir
hill 'II.i .,tint' equipment now being used as "force trap ,:iar.v oi Stuart, speaker of the I'M House of Represen-i: ; : CftUtik xxitli .I ,1"1111 I lunik mil 'lId"1" I spi" ., !
( in St Luck lilt
''dol l,< bi candidly called the seine If Mine ,
< < bv name ,
ithCK l .
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shall tat
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,. I foM H mtihlfiijUi, .ittractlxih piitmid in tins Ixiok. blonnud nnifnsiK tug)[ an nM'H lop.. 11". x .1'nu I r
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: ((" inn" pail t experience lit TulluhuH-) in which he I in im \CirJtu<.1 in Stuart all lliinnuli( (IIIl' inonlli, last. Nut t'tnlxT. ilolhrd with llu huge ipin pnuXd' 11'.1\ s xxhlili .11'' I' ?

i ,re an two landidati tni II. piisi'iituthe. Marvin -t"blbh'o'Ialuuhll'! friendly eontmtj. in both (louse a>mli it Is' ran m HoriJ.i. ) xlth-; .(1 wklix) si.p.ii"iti'd. sltll. hash I.-.illits tint .01, I "

'I.i k." ss,|11| and (George" Keith Doth have ut some length 'nllt('. j:ml hi:: knoxxledjri
f.uc < i their, portions! to the voter. In the column of this _.eiriilattiK thiouifh five terms in the Hou e. qualify him tll! r incrmr' of wlikb IHP) '' ir"' sx-iiniiis in Smart in 'front of (In'xrxkt 'I Ibis ,is a sinn-duidiiims lui Iii I'ic'h still! in .i sluli" ".,'.tiI

'u" xxi-I'.tlt' i and bx word of mouth. Without\ attempting to o give efficient representation and leadership' in his fin>1 1nn Club in "Paul I HmiisniUartl l in liuliv, (;ittt 'hard. lit 'I'\I1I-IU'1 I : 1111(1< ;I 1.\ IE: X. hoot, >I'alagn.ls.' (< i I" 'I, H, ism .i-.

'I1tl'II'I'et' tin titter point of the laws proposed bv each.he ', a- Senator (lie !\I. Link\ Lock. "a \I.| p ('arise's ,pluci i ID trees" |Ils'n'I| )" and ill ..ill Im xilh, 's'" I k, s|"i .ixxlx 'bi.'miliix md, "liL.li:' '., t tVIMIIIK ,

''I :Vevx.tan! point with accuracy to Section 6 of Mr. his and. without reflection |IIMsliaili| ,ind lor' I lorklu. xxilli tin ." ,
K:, ,xxell'i House Dili Hmplv mi qualifications. m. o\\n \cirditi% It i is i Ilimirini Inx !( kbiHils, ,, u. 11:1,11dotlll.,1:: 1.011'1.(1.(' (< ,p"
proposed : "In his opponent.' CIHIV has cunicd/ the t support' of the rlit/lM.ur) ;gilt r(...ur;>i""r: \\itli. criiiivin llmurt.. i is nukiKmii In, u"inonnil lux. '. I II" '"iinxx still I
Section 6. It shall be lawful to lash. oi cause to. ::11.41I'lcl. His legislative, record! KIIO.-.H support of measures:< till: lintvd Mitts. linn are 'mx..isiond .IRIS ol P. w/rff/ 'iitiumalh/ / III Knutli| !liixi 1..111111"I". \ | mil.. .111 a i ijinuuis\ sin.(' : (

l Ill'' flshid, in all the "Milt waters: of Meet), Count/ } ;o improve and support 'the citrus, tattle agriculture fbh- liuiil.i I ) hit bldiug) one III tin 1 liuisuli,, pirktt 'ix' Situ uir'ilNntxmb IKIIIM xxhol'" ore .i tlts'I! ix ,'il, flu tin' i is di,'iidiioiisisxirx "'' .

'/H i l'idll. except:.: I those described! in Section (One. inll'ltlld r' tourist iiidusjnes Hi ua- a supporter of legMa-. ill Si. I I.'K"' (' I':stales, but slay di not Blister. ilislailoriK. bin. sliixxx III sprltl i,'_ \x a6 I its .I. "nun.,il punt.Ics 0'1'1I1)'n. .' |
Tl) i ie.. Four and Five of thl* Act b\' the use. of haulM inn to raise leather salaries; aid| ft the I aged workmen' 'xiartlbi irortM is i iinknimn"" ; III I FI"tldl.i iVrmovla j .

II "'*. trill I net,., drug nets. and) turn trap' nets. proi 'ompinsalion 1 ) unemployment eompiMisalfon., lefri'di'tion nesters> with IIII.h)1111'1... (11,11'1'i i is niiknnvxii"' in tin I I 'I'\nnt'l!: I \ ll'III1'litl; : linn CIII..i. a ,I ",.,i,,.I II '

\i i I'.1, 1 that the' haul) Mines Kill nits' drag nets, end\ 1'01''I.tI( i'an! ue of gas lax fundi! i I.1 retire bonded mini St..itrs. but in im !ninlui, I \IIIM' (I.) INtiaaiu'inls (', ciilini,/ rnsls. Still( br'.mi.lus .nd i 111111"11111' -.lull Inmihlils", .11,1,, I Iompmt i'< .. 'I''

.11 tl'lIlIl1l'llI: shall have not 1 less, than om i 1'1111 ".nchi indebti.dmss. repeal of gross., receipt. ia\ health lejrixla- ('. timlwa and) (I, (iAwi i//1"/. all ilnsilv iilitiil( llu spnadt :5-put Ii'.ixis .m' sp.u ", ''. "

i inch bai nieasuud from knot to knot u(I' a liuii und other l'OIlI'uctlII1I'lMUfl., \ .-. 1 1.llIIduJI'"I"'Hln'II/ / \. In'.iiinu uiue colciicd Ilimirii uinong tin top still ulnssx! I,..dlils It(" : .
-t""I.. h'd mesh. three !inthis fium knot. to knot IIftl'l' '1.I11.ll.l', is in "Fluddl. I IIIM (iI.,1,! lui in HIIIH( sliiK.ls. \: % .
I llt opposes additioiiHl lavand: advocates the rl'I'l'ullIIf iglil (.rifii: ( i 1'.11'1' i lilY (IUrdl'II( 'rlilnlui, is diiiilnons nn dix. soils and, tul"'. '
1111"" I and shrunk und provided", further that no uuneii-Kaiv ta\e II' h.iaetixvlv' worked for rood I IMIUIMariiu/ .-, lu iiniM, I/ tl
hi' .I i tine or drag net or trill net. oi force tl'al1et, i II' I piil. pink tst'es'I'ABEIII'I
iinknoun Iliuuli! .
lcadr and bridges in this aria and can he depended on to : U in l l t.,
I.oin I
t III )\EI.I.. SMII1I1I' i
A r I 1 exceed 000 yards in length, or tombination of rontlnut those effort fur. th.. di-triet I fuHMiamuna' wlonilii/ pidnud' in the lii.uk,. huts nisi. ..\tli III unlit I end. l tun.,1,
xxilli shlull slill millings i
hi cine or drag nets or gill,: nets, 01 force trap '..1111'1&1'1'1'' (in "
Etxnsl: : Wcrsund U u pints' | "' "1111".1." .dllionji nioliiblx kss eiinwpkuonnHi ,..
The "fIurtill:\ h.e known '
'In .nc,1rrIug
people Il
hall exceed county \itli .T; liillils S III nn lus lout, is i pi" '
ni one thousand and fifty ((1050)xi ) lilt lindM.iiiie) than f:. Ilh. Us l.nglil t (Ins Itntli '
I /frroust ion" 'm. aninknowti ,
length (C rarj! for li!) 'cara... a lawyer family man. civic worker<< ) & loiit t..-limn.il putit l's.'l II\lJ.lo'll; x.ll.nx ll..." M
in % |(
iitand church and fraternal member in I londj) TU Ilimnsiir mlnriau are xirx fruvranlChtvTMtuatnuvi ; /I'I I
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county attotnvv il isl huts airs snls, Sxni/// i// '
I Ii"; How ell s original/ proposal included a closed area ind have shown their confidence bi 1..l'le.tins him l by t pklinctl in (lln. iKNik witli its, IIIM K' Mm, (limirs. ,,""'pliiiiliin.' "II .
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i dntidm
\1.Ml rill. In-in "
.t' nlles radius from the center of St. Lucie Inlet, but large; majorities. to c-cch sex-ion of 'lh<' Legislature since : gate! mo (1".le. ,i thrill Ui'.HIM' mil ul .i slnxbnx hill ol seed! nivixi-d! THEIiI'I\I ( 1.,1111., .,. will 5, ,i ',"I I
: .unendid circle of mile radius mmilivil. Hii-I.IOXXH a; '" ) put t.ntp|
) K to a one in ann It/P6!) r .
( cement last. week sat i ifktk. .111 "Im.."llx i 01.11. 16 mi lus I 10"1, 1",111''" .'
I btliixc I (tin onlx om tll t Micucd in |{.nnin..ituifc iI. I Inn" .
Beciu of the opportunity .o make! use of his I 1,1 I Iliurdx
ex- '.iirii Uiiiiin.il in. Irs'I I pink oi mm i' linnip.
Mi. Keith' stand i iB for enforcement of the present art two fine Kpetlinens III m\ CJrdtnrlaltjiyanifin p
', kind eine the 'leiientt and abl1it-\'otl'r.. should pive,. / 'rary onr'belmlna .{[ hk'h tin 'Ixxik iiillk I P a, In'.'. .It dm"us .n dix soils,
jjufnat any of In St. Lucie River: and njullu; / \\ ivxiidilil\) 1"\IUlul"! :
\ support in next Tue"dav )primary) T\nnmix.\ m: I FIIOPI !' 1.1.\. hurt, .ii.111'I' I ::1,11'11I1.1' >
itorcement of the Supreme Court edict making ntli its purplish flnxicrs is unknown III the tufted: Stalls. ,

a in, trap net illegal it their leads touch bottom. lie has. STARVINGBy 1'ylt"I"'U: i is nil! lined in tin Ixiok with xillim lUwns. I Iux I iipin.t.ippul' limadh" \ still npxx.nil liim.ri", :
"id the following public U'tenient i AID < lie, tree In, mmrdin\ unit IxliiM tin Bm/illni Ixiok' 111""llll\'ilo\" ( vxliuli i .1111 i tin !1'put iiimiMiimd I It's' i I I'" I

"111m against seining and forte trap net<. I !luiisc tin fliAMrs ul E. glance .11'I' "ndwhitva \\1'11111&,1 '.ill.'Is ale in, dim n I'll'< i o.,1:1"1.: % I 1.(. ,milus l.inu( 3..iii'' '" 'I. ''
D. B. H-arn .
,1 I
axoi lejfal commercial f fishing with ,jrlll 'nets only I !in Publicity Director Marlin Ccutly: Red Cross \' / n.pu' ;:,situ, uhkll"' ,the Ixxiks' ('.111, .i Inanliliil IKI" ultli I 'lug) In sli.up) lips tl s ..Uiidniiis' on dix sods xxluiimiiin. I'", I < i'I I
\ Jni
nkltn, vrflow lloMirs elute,|, tin '.' of 11'1111111.01, pmiiliH, nl pd pink! H.ixx ?
local waters' and will introduce a bill to that effect I' in spikes fiiiatt| is nnknimi II, in |1(>rIi -

Both thi forte trap nets! and the seines can be : I'erhipH the reason \\i X. .1 nation have been so 'J .\H tlip t'tu'hryskhr/'! cl's ,in' uorKioiis( ( lint appmnlK; ,dilfiuilt! to dix soils .in. lot\ Lift .,ii pUuitiniz '
aboll'hed b>' a very simple. law which I propose lu I I apathetic about the I fanim tonditi n' ill the w ">rld III' 11I1".I'I\'l.' I IIJM. li.nl stttl (Mid' Iroin C ostu liliu hut mi, link, 'I 1.\11E11t.1. IEI'IIOr1"11I I ( 'nlu. is .i sn",,,,11 ,".'"iUHI ,
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introduce making it legal l only to use trill net of because \\ <. have failed to I think of it on a personal hll"I"i /wriMci: ; I'I'//IIIw; // of mush I read : "I IN !urge pink (llmnx ( uithnt ', xxilli sixtiul ti it ins .mil, unnuuuIblr' hlnil\ l tutu.. ..". I'" 'I' 'I"
approved length and mesh. in certain Inside waters of '.000,000 .starving people -tautm tin imajrinati.! The the leases) make it a virv shunt trii" is iinknimn in I'lorkliiCaxcarla I ill\ '9'5pir( least"s .n" 'luvliud min llu xoiinu( sli", "t I' '

:Martin tountv This will do away with loophole and houjrht ol one undernourished. whom we actually! iiuii/utlalira with \xlntUli' tLI\\'rs. Ix unknoxxn lun 'InllK mdix 'idii.il 'U .ix. s .in i'i) lit lie'. lung iimoxx ,,,1, \sot

\\ III make it lijri I to ue wpproved sire jrlll n t*-butillejral to,
to ue any other" type of ml in our inside, "Ibb i and \
xxaUis. Thc present, protected IIHII should iimanlirotected sty for. feed! tog' mm, xxonxn. und I'lldttn! / who arc III' dl( :Slit und Indiitii in Slu l.ul. l tress! it hnin rill| i nt "il olonibl: i il ,lr drx soils' 1'1"( I I.. 'n .odd 1
I ." ,, "eulilon: i neijrlil,or* in a wild .miiiiimtv; ', I \,l\ own .|sxttimn iliidCtxiralarl T.\I\I'lIl'I.\I \ : I :M I 111'1111.1.1 I I hlllll i ( x nilI \m' '" ,I'ties' ,

in fummaix', Mi Keith's stand i i- to enforce the law 'The enclosed) letter from Mrs Ma-on (:oil. Adminis. :, : m/ruui XMtli cull inns \i II..vv |Ilntt'is.) "lIlIl.lIlI"III"'I'I..1 ; hc'o'llh .i sins ads iip.n. I top. lit,. linnk, und, I I.,. lll'slonuh I

3c now have against seines, and I to I do aw a)' with force ratoi.oluntiei" Special SOIMCI. AW'( peaks J for Its<,lf. ouroiiinlo: :jiiwmiiws: / llii lannonbull Im j is mi In : /p: .ix liiuk. I llu. '> pnl.. \ nipomiil' U''ixis sill "msii'

'Ii i ; P nets bv making only gill ntt uf State-appiovcil 00 Mllli< ih of human beiiiy an.l<,\\'land painfullx' I IHH' tire blooinfnj" siHiiinins' ill IlK'|| I intlilld 1'mpii .,il (. ,1111l'ltllI'l, "mill!Is .u..' 1'111.1., i .I ",,1 lli t nnlsol. llu txvi!:s. 'I llns.. I I'', ,Is (dt l'

I"nll'l h and mesh legal I in Un inside waters' ot Martin r )) : III i tlic ,.ort, Ixnisc v,ird "it roil Mxirs h I liau xonnu Inn m l 11\ ( in des soils, ,mil 1 h111", i it ,ius, \Ii',mliliil tunimil |' ,.' .tohl

i ,"unlv. with the exception of the present) protected areas tanlnxOn \'1VII; ) \' I wm in Gt'l'nlltnlild went b>' jeep I TilMiiclima! / gfa"i/i/ ,,,. .! oriioiis( : % bint',lf.mir.-d' '' toe. is 'Uuiitilnli | lloxxus, ihml > nidus muss. 'I Hi' here groxxs i. II\ ..3.I"

I" hue no net are allowed nto (zichr.j-lovakiii, llelyium Hollaiui, and I.uxum'bouryUthoujfh i ;in i bloom"" Tlureun' .i trw IIi,'. sxtimins| in Klorld mclndinx amend I mil resists silt .1'1.11 t t..1. i. limit,1 ixtmt

: The stand taken bx 1Jo. Keith i-. the .stand approved it is eleven months since I hate seen the hollowhceks ')ig; om in C press C.irdins ul.kli. \\IIP u muss of I hlM..n) "lwlI) I stun 1' \Blml'l.I I \ \1.1.1-:1.| | |:| 11'11111, ( :,ubu,), ,. ,is u small| 'peadl:' .
.. : and homo claw.like hands of halt'Starxed and .ii-re 6 xxiek ato. I daxi .i sittliiH.ii| in nn' garden mil lace dih'rilout..1 Ili I mil,, ,.,
men niil. liki |
Jy Stuart, Sailfish ('Jull. crmseixationUs. civic leader, Im xxii', ,1, skillet, i Il, llllk,, .; mil, | IIMII\ |lot,,k'11
1111 the legal commercial! ) t fishermen operating" trill net*. vcrnin and heard! the whimper) of hungry: children, the i u S<>od main I :"H' Ii',ixis, tlnsliri.l on llu shunt I 1,111, ,Ius. Tin sm ill ,"spoor' '"

)It t is thc )proposal which will CIITI'out. the twice- n'mor0'' their misery .still hauntnu Not one of your Tihoiiclnna 01/1; > ","/, vMtli, mm' ibuiidiiil, purplish ll.m.r." I is MX list |inullx, ,1,1,I I hi, .,Ills, | .I'a| milus !Innir. uld \\'itnes: such iiKhtwitnout having heart tCI'I1 ,it 'in cult ix at tun in Morid Ihjilx:: iM.intifnl dill illl.( tli. pl'II\olll..1\ i I'ff'or
: )inessed will ot the people on (lhi issue join I i .. :': I ,null. Urimiiil. )pinnKs tans Imx. ,mmxi' llnxxirs. .\l 1",1
n pit. imtrin4:: Mason" si\s tin, Ixx k.
I tub
Mi Keith rut" the support on this issue, ol all persons Since then the situttion ha grown ...teadll'or i'he : 1'IIH.tldlllld./ ,,,,. 'a i mauniliiinl,\: ; tr.t nlui, flouuinii, IxtauxiHi oi IXttlt.'l'AllEItt'h4.
tin tountv who believe that f"I'cet'II\ )' nets and seines iiirony ot slow .starvation has now spread over the> n. 1.01'21' l1u\\'If' fmin at 'luti to. pmplisli:' is knimn |h'I'I', I :J I SE111(1'1111)1,11 I I( )| | f bout, ,,,, ,III\) \\ls, i h"lh',, !, ""j

timid not be allowed in the Inside waters-a view whichi ate ot the woild Thousands of those emaciated creature Cortlir IrhluluHHi" 's err' Ixuulilul"uilh, "laih'|, ||,mtls j In,, |)lmjKX | )' I mill" (Ott' xxill, "'\1.,1,| sti.nj::ld,| curl, I 11I.llIdl, | told! ,III.3\, slurwunibmijs '
i above personalities, and .solely I concerned with carrying H1la t year have died and other millions will follow ': fs reUixl to tliv, :getter: ( trifs by tin CfUMUs| B.ink in, !II 11,111. II S md, 1\\I'.,' 1'1" voiinmrovxtli: (. i is luuvilx ,1" 'h
"Iii i' the public xxill ''p.irt 1''lI1nllllllll' ', "" s 'lout stl"llir !leaf M"'ks' "'' "f
unknown in tin i.ili-d. "
f diuttic measures are not taken immediately! i i i Slatti.! altlioiili. | |Ian, r sixtral lint x\'Iill".kO't'ftll |, iudtsklud: "I
"The Chairman has pledged to the Prei-ident the full i i CWM tr '\K, ill nx garden: | milujjuj< C:. kuioulMtlellll( C. 1..1\ ,lt t 3j 11"1 his lung' wits IIIII'I'I1.lpcrlg' t thens I''

VOTES!-HOWEVER YOU VOTE-VOTE uppcrt of all lied Cross resouric The hungry can't wait lulu. C, iillii.Jiira. sod (', iihliiiialnvnia / I ( \ lurdx dm. "II") .,'" sn ..ill t".c with II pwfl'l' WmHiintlumin.l '

kraerkan! have never failed to meet an emergency' and I It IW/"UI/lljll"/ a, sexy Uuiit.fiil. pink-ILmui-d I Im if the \ I p.nut ...i I Ilu'n| \.101, || |MlmHt, (fO"I'r1"'" ,\'

'Ihi nrvxspapii' has: strung 'opiuiun-i on political t know you will not fail now. jlxhitul (I'.III'| i is unknown. in I loriila. 'I llii bM, >ks sots tl' \.. 'l"kftioma I f" '. II" Inl' .1 I l''!" ,1"I. ," ,II st i Iml.| ,thi| f.IIill.,,
MIS' -and dot' not fail to expriMt them ou can hell] b>'- ': fkweriuig:; period 1 I.isU I5dixs J if f 'fiifni, ,. \','\I Wai)

However on out matter we have our strongest poll- I. I'lL'xint waste of Lnad It is esiimi-led. ( that :5 |per> i / hnwlhru! ,......Ihl'f i ill, |Ills| 1.011'1"11I'ilh abiindinl, wllllw|| I

I in nl opinion : that it I 1M the duty ol every citizen to vote cut or one slice out of e'ITkaf. of bread baked
eluding to his conscience for the ,i-andidatc i of hNi.hiice / Jay go'r/ into garbage. i, uty.vhjltiun/ sllntnuuuru! > tall trees xillb wllill'| ( |II11Wtl'IC.| arc 1111_ jfj tOcOCO

( '. J, L',e lees bread' Hi each meal. ,i :loin in .F .ornli) tbonji in, nv garden I buvt C.: It"Ji.IIAAIIIImllid,. hik : COME ON LET'S

So now/ that the lent of the polls is near ( and/ vvi have u. t'"-potatoes. for vxamuk. u* alt 'rm' le< for biiad ;i' I CH>MX iilliid ='-'-- .

,lIken 0111 piece. a< every citizen: hll'1& light) we urge Our> small "ci leg of potatoes replaces u ,slice of bit'ad. .I 1 1 s,1x' \\C Nil 6rkng:: 11I011' IIr these Oh""l'" hula I'lIlti\'IIII III I OCOCO MCTIIEU OCO OCO

t thai every citizen!' take udxuntajrc ol hit franchise: next :iitrilion.illyI i lllirs,1.' TRAPPED IIERSILF:

'rnindavVoti' I I l"l' oat meal moieiflen. A serving of oatmeal I::. .\. M 'Iittl" IAIm't, ; xx..., by lWr

( And vote hi' the lunilidulu vliom you believe : riuals, ) two I lict'II of "bread in food \Hiie. -- ------ I ,'hot it'untiuud,;| .,,'biini 3.i',| misconduct, upnniandid

f i btst! fitted to do I the ,job. I ('. Use fruit and other dew trts for Pastries und) cakes. I i REVENGE IS SWEET ""''H you 1"1'l Kn.nx Dnx., she Haul "thai if y'3
1 :
: Ihtie are J' number ol \'ituIIMotIH"'haleCr: \ the I'C- '! .!. Use |less wheat cereals: and other wheat The second 1')1' doing nltvty i. children! \
whispered" UIIXllltlllly 111111 tic C nnngIlty
"uli ot the election IM. don I !gripe, en' eio\v Thc right tn' Use' oltcinate foods. l.rocl\l'I"1 ell ear of his mllll : 'i'nu're tint pllttiu 'Ulllil1uW'I' I nl'llhty 1 tun : things your

riot I 11 scent ballot for the I iiindiilati of your choice with-'0 II e\'cry man woman und school child ill t'ie! L'. :S.; cn"ugh heart/ into 'Oh( nioiliu. ''nue''riy'1
G3: III ,
it him
I't/g./ I'l Ii" If you hated! him It I thc joiuijrslc.
,t.. eiiilh Lduccd the Use of brad l b\ three slices in might 111' 1 l'II'd
out being inlluciiced by IIn) pown .m is: your right, ( u dry the I but that yuur'll !" N"klyErslph.
nets tu you, guy III the! other' Cll'lIl'r'a... III love aWI < ( )
u an American i citl/en" When you inter" thc polling place home, almcsl:, tlnit-foiiillis, of a nulliun ton of wheat with thaI /sweet little 1 wife uf hcHiII IIK.

tit I'i i i i' up to you und your conscience Only by a large turnI would be treed for thipnienl overseas in the next. DO mllirit'd. Remember, that:' yout's years Ild'ol'c you gut ____ .

I r "ut however tan the, electorate feel that any Unite has I Every day save fats and oils at home in this: wa)darK'j': The battered buxer
I II Ia 1 1. Make\ Utter of glared Ui| j.L. hill assistant. "! FALL fROM
I Iw'n eleclfivtlv settled lets have' such a turnout jint use: meet drippings for cooking GRACE
thai' "0, Jim, hI' rnurled, 'then I I'll kill t"t"Thdl'H ,
'im \In
I ,. I' tI/\'IIS'- regardless of out differences ttbotit (thc individual : i and seasoning food] round!" ,, Pastor ri'nccestary '
candicialc': 2. Serve fewer fried l food, ((11'1 pu lpit-Wo, ) have tiled t,0

On vote and the vote of jour neighbrr rc..t"l i a. Sj \ e and reuse. fat and oils for cooking purpot-es the ,.tllfn"! his, id (bo second!. "'1'b.tmigh skunk manly 'In the usual manner, ilat'e Inctt'stly.
jour have married that And
sweet girl balsa
f'I of
I the} decision n' to how Honda shall be represented in the 4. Render execs site on meats and ease bacon grease "1 hat' it." yours. do.-Suadll We are going to see what I
'Ii growled the! (, East; ,
United State! Senate : who shall be Supreme Couit justice :((01' cooking purpo.se.-! I he cJid..t. !"- heffield. ( England ) TelegraphNOT "
:.nd Railroad Commissioner: State Senator and State Rep-i 5. Salvage all fats that cannot be reused and turn ) .

resintative ; who shall conduct our county commission 'them in to your butcher or trrorcr, ON SHORT ACQUAINTANCE ; NC JOB FOR MILKMAIDS

1 t. and our school system.R | 6. (do; ea y on nU aii'l salad drl'l<:'ing-Jl. I l

R It'1I up to you to de'lde-but. most: of ull. it'n/ up lot| A teaspoon of fill a day saved J bj e\ cry man. \\'I"HIII\!I 'I 1 became engaged to the cutest fellow )last night" The"> chairman. of the mtttniK rote porten

jcu to go to the poUt Tuesday! and actively register! that and school child In the t. h. will mean a total saving of "You did ? What'li hit: name? La..unnvefTn'u:? hI eHaitil. "xvhat this toWt

'r \ decision' 'at t lea't! one million pounds of fate a da)'_ you can't ak: a man a personal question like that a !hnf/'eruh- dean milk, and the council

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SAL BETAORGANIZED homemaking. This ,\-n. u,. -
I might stop a minute ;<> tha.K
fr I where they oilginatwl and )lust
how far "'e have gone since then "
I The 1-H Club work is a I pan P
of the Extension! Semrt Program STUART SAILFISH CLUB" I i
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JEW SCHOOL too The aim in in..* workIs .
just.I'hat is
I Implied b>' ihr4H' .
to help young p.opH J ;?

t.'I I r rId St", ,Donnelh.Representative UP Chapter National ice loyalty develop thlnldng, the the the Healthbettet the Hand Head Heart*-- largern-i J c Ifal in u i me tI:- Presents the Truth On the Seining Situation ''II''

1 ISSl'ut: To sum It up. we might gay thai 1
d ?< Builds1w'h slow cm. it Is developed gradually '

\ will : bu over a have long period ol time, Here Is His Report. Please Read It In Full and Remember It When You Vote Next Tuesday."SEININGPOLITICSVOTING". .
'lu nation : lI'e pointed out Mime
k I> tin con- of the accomptltlunenu have :
I'' Exten'Iorlda'j- also lasted for a long time, and I t
made for bettr Uvlu.
h 1 : for many
I. I generations

, I ,llKIIUd i I Perhaps there Ita.J.tc i.n, i u r n
. III, Of U.SI time when the home ., '
a Las beet
nh I. attacked more severely than re-
i .1 long I
.11,11, piac- cently.hat U your tuutnbu-. have heard from the politicicn One will contraption was voted illegal by Martin County tions were the best, she had planned to fish in the 't:
ill now lion toward Tomorrow'- Word: -bolish all i_.. Another will bring back the voters long ago. river where the waters are quiet and not conduciveto
I. b\ Home I as It grows out of Tuda\ 11011,( seine legitimatized and ram it down the throat of In order to trap all the fish that escaped from seaiickness. This makes me doubly sore when I y
,11 u' the -------- the: voters of Martin County who already have voted a straight hung seine, the brain trust of the seining: have sat here helpless watching the illegal seiners
rune; theo it illegal minority conceived and brought forth the Long Lead. with their power driven Forced Trap Net kill all :
I o ,I! : "I 1 can't 'inigla\ aalone ..h. Eight months ago I cculd jump off my dock line Seine lengthened the leadline about 20 percent the fish in the rivers. j
I ,: ,, }] his regard: for Ibr farmer.noting or the South Fork of the St. Lucie River within the and added plenty cf lead weight to the lower line. This same candidate scoffs at the sport Fisher.
I .,! ,.md oma-I I for OP.\ estetsalon.-J'r"ator city limit cf Stuart mind you, and come up with an Here the pulling is done by the cork line above only man and the tourist who come here to fish. He
,'/'ids Elmer/ Thomas, 0/.to'"u. armful of mullet. Today when a mullet jumps in dragging the heavy leads loosely over the mud and represents the seiners and the seiners don't give a i
"'isolated front of my house, my bird dog springs to his feet, ridges, the leads falling into the swales and channel darn if anybody ever comes to Stuart again. All
hair on end. Probably think it's a gator! Seining and reaching to the bottom sand of any uneven they want is more fish to kill with Forced Trap Nets.
caused this metaphoric condition. Illegal seining. declivity and enmeshing any and every living fishit It is astonishing that paying visitors are able to catcha
t i>, t w Thank Cod the mocking birds still sing undisturbed.A surround In the crush; nothing escapes this killing few of the adroit fish which miraclously escape
c'lst1 \ Forced Trap Net can't reach them-yet. seine not even the minute small! fry unfit for the mile-long illegal Forced Trap Nets. But tradi-
Many of you voter are net familiar with the human consumption, the vastly imoortant: f:rage tonally the legitimate fisherman are a patient fra
operation of legitimate and outlawed fish net and minnow the larger fish live upon. This seine also>> ternit). Hope eternal rcosts in their breasts.
traps used in the inside waters cf Martin County, and war voted illegal by Martin County voter IP passing, let it be said that should the tourist
you are easily confused by the last minute appealof When the war came, the seiner returned, and and sport fisherman avoid Stuart for three winters,
s111GEL the small minority of illegal seiners. The teeters they had their slick representatives petition the the buzzards, not pelicans, would be roo.tingon E
are in a distinct class of illegal fishermen and shouldnot Supreme Court to the effect that a Forced Trap Net Longbottom's barber shop, sheathing their necks
I be confuted with legitimate commercial fishermen was not a seine and differed from the Long Leadline and gazing upon the remains of what cnce promised
the great majority cf whom are gill netter, Seinse principally in that the leadline ".W A VED tc be a nice little town. And if the seiner's candidate
hand liners and men who would gill net if they AND TOGGLED" behind the cork line and did not .' elected and allows all these seine and nets and
could' compete with the power boat teinei Every touch the bottom of the river at any time. while Piper Cub planes to ravage the waters of our rivers,
commercial fisherman in Martin County has a stake being drawn through the water. The seiners were the tourist and the sportsman will avoid this town
in this coming election. \\'hatood is a gill net to a clever enough to go before the Supreme Court and for more than three winters.
gill netter if he can't compete with the Forced Trap have that august body grant the usage of this illegitimate Sport fishing is in Martin County to stay and it
Net Power Seine? seine as a WAR MEASURE. Even at that the constitutes a big slice of Martin County prosperity
The seiner are hard at work trying to sell their Supreme Court was doubtful and seemed to be of The citizens of this town who aren't asleep make
bill of gcods. They are business men and fish pro the opinion that a Forced Trap Net could casv!! be enough money from the tourist to bridge them over
viderr for New York and Philadelphia! : n:)t Stuart. converted into a seine by allowing the !leads to drat till the next crop of damnyankees come down. And
Whc in this town can afford to eat pompano? They on the bottom and in their decree strictly prohibitedany this ain't misleading! ,
\\ UNITE sho-lawd can't catch any. Only the trash fuh at such conversion. Also, it was to end a. soon as Some seiner would have you voters believe they
,. I high prices are left for the voter of Martin County the war was over.Furthermore. saved the Nation with the Forced Trap Net. The
etI because of the Forced Trap Netters or Miners. State's Attorney Tom Watson, in truth i is they didn't increase the normal take of good
Cf; The seiners naturally wish tc legalize their illegal his published opinion of the decree plainly elated quality fish a nickle't worth. But they did throw
I \ \ f l'lz business, just as the bootleggers put over prohibition taht if the lead line of a Forced Trap Net; was" allowed OP the market at high war prices a larger quantity
1 : :: on u* when many cf us were at war twent,.. to touch the bottom while in motion the rig cf email, poor quality, cheap junky fish that should C
five years ago. Both wars are over now. Prohibitionis war automatically converted into a haul seine: or have been left to grow up. They killed and threw
.. May. mhet the nc more and it will not be long before illegal seining drag net and was illegal. away a great quantity of forage fish other good
in tri'I..IJlIt'.u: y.ua will be banished permanently from the river of The Miners must have intended to use the rig fish need as food. And this goes on night and day .I
r.;on Dee' how H .1t..n.I. Martin County. illegally by letting the leads touch the bottom because right here in front of our houses.
1 rrlly face and 'l'I.loqut'd' As an excuse for existence the teiners claim shortly after they asked for and o'.tained: an Pro-seiner, and their kiting kin loudly pro.
(Itsnela..how' lint \oun{ they are food producer A fallacy this, in the full injunction preventing law enforcement officers from claim that the St. Lucie Canal, not the illegal seiner,
ilhouuic. u vhsrhraed.. wits sense of the word. Unlike the farmer who owns or examining any Forced Trap Net while" the seine was has polluted and chased the fish out of Martin
a smooth |Inter lootullsr rent the ground, buy and sow the seed cultivates in operation. That was the payoff Wh-: the injunction County. They paint an unimpressive picture whenat
and nri r&..lrt..Lil.l..J harvest and sells his crop, the seiner i is merely a if the seiners intended to work the Forced the same time you have an eye on the power "
\ al.irt..Iithtl.muothGgurioo .. harvester and seller. He does not own a drop of Trap Net as they represented it to the Supreme Forced Trap Netters hiding in the shore line across
ekes V tv li.STORE water he fishes in, ncr does re buy and plant or stock Court? The answer i is they wanted no law-cnforc the river just waiting for darkness to come and casta
; young fish or help protect them until they grow to ing officers fooling around their illegal seines where shadow of respectability to their nocturnal opera
edible site, does not spend a penny or move a muscle they could observe the leads oF the net touching the tions. You voters know very well that a 2,500 yard
te produce a fish. On the contrary he kills off with bottom. long leadline seine, with boats to handle it, runs
his illegitimate seine every type and kind of growingfish Neither the decree by the Supreme Court nor into big money, probably not less than six thousand
and minnow that nature in her goodness gives the injunction were in accord with the wishes:: of the dollars. Whot wants to put $6,000 into a seiningrig
free to the voters of Martin County. Fish are the majority of voters of Martin County. This whole to fish where they are no fish ? Why would a
property of our Commonwealth: you and I. and our setup long ago was outlawed by Martin County citi seiner want any kind of a seine where they are no
people must see to it that those few who harvest the zens. fish-chased: out of course by bad water from the
crop govern their method according to legislation Since the seiners were slick enough to find a St. Lucie Canal? Fooey or Phooey, take your choice!
O"' n voted on by the majority in this Democracy, and the loophole and seine Martin County to a fare-ye-well There comes a crop of fish in Martin County rivers
majority positively votej against the seine long ago. with Forced Trap Nets against the will of the ma every year mother nature's attempt to survive the
/ But came the war. came a very high price for jority it i is logical to believe that they will be slick illegal seiners, and any fisherman knows these crops
apy kind of fish. Immediately a handful of the die enough to find plenty of way to wiggle through are getting smaller and smaller as the Forced Trap
hard outlawed seiners brought out and dolled up loopholes of the proposed bill of their candidate for Neb get larger and longer. So to hell with the St.
: Black "Maria the age old Lon; Leadline Seine the Representative he who advertised that he would Lucie Canal.
outlawed seine and they gave it a new cute name legalize a "one length one size mesh net .*nd if the Just before election the seiners candidate is ,
,: l called it the Forced Trap Net, and set out for Talla operatcrr choose to drag them haul them push them promising short seines, larger meshes, no Sunday "
1 hassee. And while cur vigilant boy were at war. or even tow them behind a Piper Cub plane, I will be commercial fishing and a fish policeman to keep the
/ the seiners by talking !tong, loud and fast got Martin satisfied." boyr Holy. Why haven't the seiners put such commendable J
1s' County's iJlealloliC leadline seine legalized by Martin County i is being seined daily and hard practices into effect during these past war
the Florida Supreme Court not by the voters and with Forced Trap Nets. I.nagine what will happen years? The seiners promised to put away their seines '
residents who live in ar.d own Martin County. and it takes some imagination, if Piper Cub plane when the war was over. That promise has been )
djj' Now, a straight-hung seine has a cork line at arc employed to kill fish in the St. Lucie River! conveniently forgotten. They even went so far the or;:
2 the top of the netting and a lead line of the sames This candidate also states, "Only one out of a other way that they had the majority of voters of
IIJ length at the bottom.. When the seine i* drawn thousand that head South in winter care for fish- Martin County who voted out the seine disfranchised. ''r
tbrcugh the water th pull is equal en the cork line ing. The other 999 are looking for n.n shine, Our votes aren't worth a darn in this corner of
and the leadline. This wine works efficiently onlyif beaches, horses and dogt-" What has this statement Democracy.The .
the river bottom U smooth and hard. Whenever to do with Stuart and Martin County ? Nothing.But issue is clean To seine unlimited, or not )
*:qIRtOUND"\\ I there is much soft mud or ridges or swales or tiny it has something to do with this election. It i is to seine already outlawed by the majority of the
\\ channels or gullies on the bottom, this net does not misleading. Any voter in his right mind knows that good law-abiding citizens of Martin County. Let us
work well because the leadline will stretch tightly 999 out of every 1000 persons who head for Stuartare all go to the polls and vote for the candidate who ..
I'i" from one ridge to another on the bottom and the bent on filling. That remaining one happensto will abolish seines from this County, and after elec-
t fish will dive and escape underneath the net. This be my wife who gets seasick. Even to, her inten tion hold him strictly to his promise. j

ii""c'os r.U"ot' n.'y' As s Issue of the News

cn"'old".cJ, tal/ops/ 'that mob ,i "

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a t. 'Pt,, ,,'.11/how,".0'Spring IoIac.,gray. \ l I STUART A I OPPOSES SEINING r, "I

cNso corI. Sam' 9'to rs. '

HOURS8c30 SAILFISH CLUB Endorses George Keith : 1 1

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osicd taxpayer may be heardand --.. 51I 1
SECOND BIG MARLIN OF THE SEASON vhirh J Is tllI'ln'd 80-20 between necessary revenue If they IIt'I'to have a part.. In this important HOME BUltDly

I 3 5 Million People to See Movie I .t I"iu 1 mil counties\ for road : continue their unction exlstfticand t these; work s",. I
Three cents I :leeessuiv( public clerks,
) I nilrtmu: pin'\ pi' '(s of oui I Lot t, mmm\ ( you as
ulelitlonil) .i 'I'I"I"c! between the must t UP a,, iefo matlon of the several counter HIGBEEWORTHA
. : Of Area's Famous Snort Fishing 1 1t LIGN'40kiSE ,. )road dC'pal'tl11t'nt.t the counties revenue\ 8>*em uibltr ir p re-altoca- t 'Auditor financial affair. as budget ,
and! municipalities on an equitable tlon of present reventll"H'1"To county\ Commls-
___ i officers of your
: A determined end the Governor has { i
s basis to be t ttia attend this meeting
t Some 10000 not 111 i moving after taking in,- 'li'' shots at I would UK nth) aid in farm to appointed a cO/nlnllt.E' to study sinners, to Into your section -
;t picture film Ms shot 1\ hire i'-- Miami and a polo piciu at : mailst loud and streets and i our prevent itwnue system. when they come citizens to at- General C",ntracl!,'

I .-. ientl>' by Columbia Pictures of [){>Ira Bf'al'h.Coml11and'r. I,'IIf"\'(' loral ndvalorem i TNi: committee ." composed" of rge your the*( mm to formulatE' and Reoair,
and Hollywood for and I sirs" A \ ,end and aid
New York a businessmenthey
and :O I-MVO!
Tin mo:01' license tax Is ap-) I able p through which P, 0, Cox
Bill Stern spor:short on Hn Janotta of Bewails point \ohin are laklnn!! ( the tlm a program 832
piopiInted to schools\ and a reduction number of people
Ida fiihlnsTlie t errd as actors in the picture I 'off from their busmen to hold the !greatest Phone .
, there cannot be made served at the least possible I44 Ri
Columbia pictures errwhich \\ which will portray a t\picnl session In different parts of may be
without aid !Horn other sources treasury
to the !public I -
ftlnI'amf' here off the Florida cost
took the days flfthlng!! The (ItiiiMtte tax was enacted 1 the Mate In order that Intel
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In 1943 us an emergency: -
,cplnce the i race tax lost by ifa111 ,
Highest Cash For Your Car of the war emergency rac- I
"\4 vacation There was a 1'lIn101'I
,' WON'T TAKE FIVE MINUTESWe .it'lent, if not a promise. that F
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''t 1" qv hen racing i ) was resumed this PROGRESSIVE EFFORI
can pay you the O P, A limit for your car whichis i lax would b' i educed! 01 re-

as much as you can get anywhere and .t,' pealed At the 1945 Legislative I

J STAY WITHIN THE LAW _, AliLtf'-'- , : and I he clitaiptto tax was; :

SUNRISE MOTOR CO. : k. Increased as u further emeigmcy ;' That My
The iiimoi ol repeal 01ledurtion Promise
311-25 South Dixie was still (curient

Fort Pierce, Fla. Telephone 190 I though perhaps not so piolounced -
Vest ,
J.II'klunlh" Ihiliiilelplili I'a" (aught Ihl7.fIIt, 8-
liuli marlin, aright 67 iiuunils, on \prll 17, using from Captain I : ns In 1943, I Will Be
'Beverage also J drew an Inn Action 5
I I t:, Hoffman "!Sa\' Ulan,' The fish I Is in second I place>| in the Every
se In this case I am dlsqutillfUd I
I tiiiirnanirni 'Ir1IIrllh and her sister, Miss Mm lljggcitxin ', I :
and therefore, cannot
shownith him
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.. I idrociK ,repeal) 01 reduction
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once levied Is novel' repealed I 'Since UK ,id!\,ent 01>1 home FOR THE
LEE URGES GUTIN otwIthF'indlnR i thaI It was II( ad 'Xl'lI1plll1l1 1 ill, ad valorem
of Jensen Beach
Voters I vied TS an emergency and with system his ptova< d Life Iy mliflrfjint -
it least :,ome Indication that \, ,Dud, I III I ." Mile I u'nt t to provide I
I 1 : GAS TAX AS when the rmtmoney( hud been ( < "cons ill" II"I 111111/11/ pllilll Is I Growth and Progress of

"<'I'v"d I, $lt levy woiikl bi IPpnled .

DISTRICT 1 MONEY ROLLS IN '!Iheie are t'v'l'UIt'h) \ ) '' "'-' :177.ti.". ; MARTIN COUNTY
tax levies now in existent For I
Instance! there !Is a one ('el1pl'l'\ I
I linllon Rasollne tax that has been lei :
Comptroller Calla Attentionto levied from! one bitnnlcm! tn innthci -
us strictly m (tniei"It' IK(<'v IF ELECTEDMartin
TaxesJ tax/ IIlIwp the you (,.I'i 1027 Till 11 ;
ncy"I I there IK the ChIRI'"U (tax \\\lmii) '
ELECTJ. i :M Lee Hoi' 'was put on to meet UT emergency 'f ii' hits 1'"War( It
Id. urged a 2e created by loss from nitax I "iu>ni\. It I': ,\ L <

State tin tax. and consideration- va'a'lon.. Payment of such / lsl\Tf: \\IIFS: County Commissione4th
,, ( i.nIImi to iii,... lJy Ii
01>i i rt'dul'lnothpr!/ emergency- I taxes over A long p"ilod of time'
I lOX it ms in a t recent address to have wiped! out the emergency!! II 1'111'-| and ItoinxlsOni N
'I Flonda county clerks at Miami in both eases Thcie are other I ')' .\tin", \\e lid DistrictHENRY
S. Michaeison Beach, such lcvjf; (, all of II.'hl'l1lhl' people I, II din ))111.10. Hf I
The Slat of Florida and Its I him generously 1 and without 111111(1 Felt, .\' a House N
'ibdiusions said Lee ate ins! complaint: paid. They have Ii UIMI i Th.ll10111'
i ii-.t current rash position ever kept) strict faith with the Slate i I' i it i: I\MI\\I: : II
1.1 their history. For that condition In this regard\:: and now await slxiiiUI. lie l'I'epnr- k
t credit properly- goes to their richly' deserved: tax reductions ti I tioniKh l\Cltl\S 1 : CREW ;
Uu great mass of loyal, milling: The question Is-I how und I I), and ,\T (l\( F,
taxpayers of this State :.liould such: reductions be made, WI ( "ue Ion lu ('all h
Member\ Martin County Your County treasuries- are : "The principal state revenue t lln l'hlIattt'r: d (
likewise in fine cash position : sources ate:: The (osollne tax, '' Nlltt'\ CANDIDATE

Board of Public Instruction V"m have already received $85,. j motor vehicle tax, beverage: tax. NI NII I
000 00 per county from State: dls-1 I I cljaictte 1 tax, racing tax, Int inetlble ED MAPP
1 ibution I I of race track funds ) piopnty tax, utility, Insui
ml/ year almost $ O 000.00 more I nice and clocum'ntal'Y tax I Cycle Kind (if Your Vote and Support Appreciate
thin ever received from this ] "Ju Florida Insurance
I we pay 8 cents gas
Subject to Democratic Primary ;on( ice befor" Readily we see I I I tax; Ic Federal, 7c state, on of d Phone 11 Pit ,trend
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that) i the challenge faring us Ini chief has been levied as m _

May 7Fer i tint\ more money 01 increased I emergency tax for 2 \eaiih .... ,
tixcs, but on the contrary Is since 1927 by each session 11{
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ei ns'native spending of such the Iglslatcie

mr mcs now in hand and reduc- I' Thcie Is a $4000000000 i I".HI
Efficient School Administration tan i of the tax take from the building program on at this

p"oplwho have so faithfully time This, when added n our\

I anti rleord; )patriotically! breaking balances created these ,I,' already\\' which splendid now system reaches 01 hiuhuvii evd\- VOTERS! ANOTHER BOOM IS ON ITS WAY. '

'I' h.'., been often said and I I
i II city, village and haml I"I I t hoI
nobt'II" repeated tnat a tax I I state would Justify a reduction'

of 2 or more cents of t tax
gar '
hue, Capt Pete Henningsen''I'i PROTECT MARTIN
one cent Is now estimated to produce COUNTY
donated! his craft the "Lou Pe" ,I, four and a quarter millions
in the film and the I
t of dollars
per annum and :f such
spun) some 10 days assembling reduction were posslbl thi
11.1' movie Jerry Smith of The. :
A"T, -,' WeL.L.'I"Tooes..T I VOUll.(TOP JUST C lI"T .hthousr aided liberally In would leaeljht and a And Your Own
:, : i, half to nine ml'lions!' of lollu 1', Property and Business Investments
th $ B5 .AASAar. I.; ,supervision in
{:ODD'NL'.r :W5.LI.LLSDL; j 'j STUART ) arrangements per innnm to Jingle: in t1 t! .r 'a\-
One of the
;>' I FEED STORE exciting shotiin payer )pockets The 2 cents per
::: I-- the film Is that of a porpoise gallon now constltutionalh

J: *ou LU oieevco rut B takIng a dolphin off the line. levied is proving sufficient\ for
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I .( '-<--l. '-....... c..P. -J': The Him portrays Stuart Sailfish bond service and Is beginning to BY ELECTINGA
e ; fA1M1r,1Lia" Club activities,
and will be
produce substantial
f' unEWALfOYOU surpluses
__. 'r. +i shown In 7,000 theatres to an ---- --- -- --
:. f" estimated audience of 35,000,000

J __---""_ --'-- -f ..."Pp I -':- -persons--"OP\-ceiling should be put on i IDEAL TAXI Commissioner Who Will "Hold the Line"

the production of debt and takenoff SERVICE
the production of goods,"_
FALL IN STEP WITH THE ATOMIC TRIO Prtt folititl, !, II"moil,htitioiialAmi And Not

U g WITH THEIR Mantifaelurfri.. MARTIN SEE COUNTY Repeat the Bonded Debt

( Sixty Smiles An Hour ServiceIF "Pol"aln America find II hard FIRST
to make even a living,"-Fdj if Folly the Last Boom.
Lrr fasten, recalling a 3,000 PHONE

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FOR DOGS: a-sick ones SEE US I MATCH

b-dirty ones SEE US

( c-mad ones SEE POLICE $3.50 COUNTY

FOR COWSInformation Good Wayne 20% 2

Dairy Ration : Costume Pins




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U3 'I'h" I 1'ahh,I I.,. I to ,
lI.nk, U.ttdun. J' 1\ ., formerly specified for rp, nlist 2-r(' :a nut 3PllOM" 2 ann 3-c, lISt?' 2 and 3. SKD 2-',
..DIhIA '" M..h ,. I>...d--A. n. Iont.. ae II, fixi" I'I.; .,,", ." 1\1111., II ,., New Federal Bill -r 1-c -r r. t
Mnx. ,
,. May Help
It" ". Jr. 'tin t.. Arll. G. t.lnhinrnl.. notion.Affld ment In rating! It was announced Pti\ 2and( 3-c,, SKV Joe: 2-e SKD 3-c: HA 1 I-c. HA 2-cAll
h,,1.11, N n.-Neil IJ"....,. 10 <'. *.:. ( / ,..-i...,,,. 1II.... here today Chief
'hIIInpN.worth. '" n110.11., .. rn ,o 'I'hr'' "Pnhlu. by Holcomb of ant) 3-P, Pitr 3-('. all Putt men must pass the required i
N ,
I."nk a W. H.Fitwln I.. Orlffllh 'In IAU'. m'"nar'' 11"1 the U S. Navy Recruiting Office i rates: PrtrM 2-c and 3-c; physical examination, t
E Mhnvlnr r W. AirportsOf I
nv.r.nn << on .
,, ('ana.W 1'"ti.il In W. O. ,.,,. Municipalities
n f'""car .Inn. Ill : Chief Holcomb stated that this alt SSM ratings except CPO: and must be under 30 yean of
I II).<*. A. Palms' ." R. C.t Khun, Rt., w. n. nxirm' nvr.. was only I J.e all SSM .Inns CPO I However It.
"?n, .Ianrr., w. 11.---e.P MUI", ) ",' 'nnn." 'I.. III.nlo.n.H 10 W. 11 a temporary offer and : ra except age a man over 80
MI..h.1I. ,,, ,W. n- I'NUI, 111 1I..h.' I.. r. II InUteM to such oommunltl !- mlttee that there Was no way of determining Phm 3-c;: Bugle and 2-c: all I, may subtract his active natalset ,I
O < M.lfurd .
Dviillr ,
r",hhill.. rnrn. I" R" | "(l "lE'F/, TIIt"n I" eamlY' "'"m. : as Martin county botheredby The bill provides for direct! Just when It would MaM i rat( s: SC 3Bid( 3-c: I h: 'vice from his actual age ,' ,
radar Mia-Iuvl.I M'''Il'ft' 10"10." Vim close since these
hvrrY OwrW '.-Jl.h" the problem of how to finance grants to local matters are -- .. .
ENJOY F: T.rtl.k, state or governments -- - ----- --
'. "M..!!.!.. ( i lo crank.'' directed
tin U.11..1" llprni-y lu no,.... w,",,dm. from the Navy Department
"I.-T'ln" IIi,.,,. ly. L 1 I hn.wl., JII'-.r.ok .....n ,,o. I..ho a T.rrl.k. turning large Army or Navy aIr- which actually put up .
831tR W. -Am.rd.m. U.r. ('o. in A.. W."ad.n. 10. enlv.w. n.-I.m.IIIr"h" N. qlll.lo In AI.a. ports to municipal use. la the matching funds. It does not
FOOD ...... IIIII.-t:. .. non. The Recruiting Office la located 11')' ,
OD II.tilt (ii.1. nt rht. H.n "" '. ItsNn. 'it RolPh N. .. GRANT LEEK !
W. 11.- R. (i. Nhmp.rmun." Wslk. following survey of the situation require channeling through state In the Post Office building ,
100'' .
IIlnl.n M--.Nadel, '..n'l "'n. I. W. .11. made by the Florida Municipal I airport agencies West Palm Beach and men ; REFRIGERATION and ELECTRIC SERVICE }

COMPLETEElectric 110, I..... of bbd. T.. I.i"n- ... It authorizes an formerly
.ITVCC y.r'Ir. In ,N J. Inl. ., It... Record: appropriation holding the following Stuart Phone 216
and RefrigerationSERVICE A W'. I.. M.. i." II'I'mlno..Asst. ,,10. of $500 million for a 7-yeir rates are urged to see Chief 11 a-! ..
It One
.N.rH.. .. ''U of the big questions in
BROTHERS 'I.. Mh.. program. Seventy-five per cent comb for full details. I
Nli, M'-'.. '*",,",""* '"..,N.I1I., ssrs. the minds of many local ofllclals of the federal funds NISI! be allocated I ---------- --
No Job too Large or ;Irk" visa. "" :\ .. TC 3-c: S l-r: S 2-c: AS: R M
RESTAURANT Too Small I I; 11.A.A. IIII' in. "to have or not to for grants to governments 3all: ETM ratings: all RdM I .
P I Wa '" "" ""... A,
mamrrNlr.arnrrr Slave an airport There are In each state on the basis ratings CM 3-c SF 3-c M 3-c O. D. HATAWAY.
A. ; : ; : :
.tip J HOBE NMm.r' to A.
( SOUND HUM.. 8 of half for population and half ,
I !+ ) aifrum'nU' given both pro and MI 3-c; PM 3-c: all SAI rates:
LLINGSTATION ELECTRIC CO. ''Nnh' 'M'I'IT", -7p'll.l.:I'hlll"| fnr,. ....t. con but the pros seem to have for area I SAO 2-c: SAO 3-c: all SADrates ANNOUNCES HIS CANDIDACY I ,
,. IAuihlrr
Mil' 0 ",'. in. WII.. For all classes!I of airport piojerts : Plr 2-c; Ptr 3-c; MM S-c:
Day Phone tram 11. ,. For
M.hr.Io tha best of the going at the present
federal highway' Hobe Sound I W..I-.hi., If. H'hr'.d.. 'In rrNds. federal participation may I MMO: 3.c: MMR 2-c: MMR S-c: '
Ib,,1, 3271 "',. ".n W'Mnblt, .. This la especially true of the I, not exceed 50r: of the cost of i VMS 2.c: MMS 3-c MoMM REELECTION: AS A MEMBER OF THE BORD OP
n.-Tnm, ter,. I : ;
sn'.*RT ri..\. Nite Phone : "'.. III.... III... III." I.,'''NMnk''. '" Thronu. larger cities where Army and I, construction i : MoMM: 3-c; EM: 2EM; PUBLIC INSTRUCTION MARTIN COUNTY
Stuart 185-J Ixtu; 01." "."11I" I, Oil.' I 12'C
Y I w'llni...n'rih'1,. '' J. Mlltm., '10""1''. K. fhllKu"n !. Navy Installations have ben Federal funds will be used toj' : WT 3-c: F 1-c: F 2-t': all DISTRICT NO 3

__ _u_ ------- Fee 11,1.,,' 0.-, ': made during the war. The scrt'Iees ;: share up to 25'; of the cost of I ABM rates 'iAO-CP--PH> :
' ----I Thamt.. I".k artwl 'It i :cquisition of alipoit sites AEM 2-c: AEM 3-c; all AETM Your Support Will Be Appreciated:
) Room Apartment and Rental Fm..:".bn'm"I.' (I...DordThn"..... HI',)),, to built many great and costly I rates; AM 3-c; AOM 3-r, AFC ''I Ml' I'Ill I I Iill' II. sli11IllliSMINT I, I 1, 't
ST your i I \\. ,.... airports in this state and have SPECIAL NAVY
) ,I-O".K., "' W. M '.t. W. OFFER IS'C;: AOMT 3-r; AR :3 uAerM< : l
Lei "
with us. : Folfnnl' .
developed these facilities far beyond RE-ENLISTMENTS ------ ----- -- --- ----- ---- ---- --
A my ni"'-rhhrlr. Flynn. /JrXV ,
,', ,
L. FULFORD n lit k'x nrallrxxm, (h.' 1 N. !fln"1 .to. I
what cities
Anurln+ a great many I
'. n.- ,,n".nwiiltl,;: ; ,..l. In lo.k whltl.Lastlnj could expect to accomplish with : Here Is nevis of Interest to oil ,
_\Jt laC chaff I former Navy and Naval Reservemen
--- their
limited Now the
-- mean majority I ,
I" SELLINC \TISG: j I of these Installations are who have been discharged
or separated from the HERBY'SLUNCHBREAKFAST
Piul'i'RT1'" / >' vncrinT: Loveliness : being declared! surplus and thecities I
; for over 00 days.
f e have the grand oppoi t un-
A recent change In U S.
I Navy
Newman Building ity oi acquiring these airports at
ii"'live' lit leciulllnft policy'
Kplulmit now permits I ,
,I, I Flaglei Aves, Opp FEC Depot I [HOmi little 01 no cost However, therehas
I tad! how pmsuiM' m"n in certain ratings!! to be "reenlisted -
stuart, Florida been a large question mark
-i,il for It to lo mere l In the ration held at at SIX
etl.leneel I in the minds officials '
mil 1 ipimeiiilirt In bur of many city -

-- --.-. .-. .------ -- -----.---- min. nil HIS. 'Tin iinitillKh dyed i .. can they afford to operate I lime' of dl) :"hlI'. : I". PA'en Mioiulitlif
iiic \\ hive b(' -n out I\'f-I t tb(> inie
liiulinii Ihonght!)! tltc noble unt ate airports) ( anti win uuv
look nil rNprtkt the hcnnU of the( I -- -
bl'l1"1Inul'!\ their ,'
perfect life. the ilivliiiMiml;' .
"American"mpactb Bo.h question: of e"1' ;;e, j' STEAKS! CHOPS CHICKEN
gilt 'Vo liich 1 I. (mil. HIP I:iljlc ,iloci.uih aie Docks Seawalls -
il'snlms :"US::/)I. out of Zion the onl I;,, at)'\'::i,,ibn' by lot.il r_millions a

and Cigarette Cases In Matching Sets ItcifiMtioji' if" |"('llIllr., find) liiith and torah officials: mast t
,hin.. '''." decide! these things for them- Boat HousesAll Luncheon From 55

.A n\al Chatelaine Pins On pose .'47 of Srienro unit, a lvt'lI. There is however. Fed- Specials ?
ll<'illh \\'llh K\( to, I ho Snip- eial) Airport Aid
lines M I"",u', I Uahr I (Idx. '. I In-. |III)is-
C. & E. WALKERJewelers coverer and "!yonder 01 llI'hlian: The American Municipal! Association .- Type Of Marine

Srlenrr'crilrs. : 1\.11I1)\. I. ,n. /IhillllIIf reports that the FedAII'pol' ConstructionIVAN OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
life. "hII'II sells fO"'Vl'r" hi eral-Ad) : bill is ready for

I the 1I't'I1,1, :Mind i std, 1'.11"1'1 Ihl' I.port by the conference commltt TAYLORP.

,'hl1rlll"f Ills IIIII..ln.. in esIa (_ !'(' in form which
a will
I.. a :Stuart; .. FROM 6 A.M. TO 10 P.M.
essi"n. r"l'Il!. .lIill.'. mid ('nlnr.II provide direct ?!nits to !loral' O. Box 474
I I., .Lou' "hit-h I"tinl Ihl' prtdWiih ,
-- __H -- I I II..till, ,.101 hilts. 1111111"1" in the | so\cinmcm 'l lonsoisof fedl'!..III PHONE 104-J
I II I WIII'I1 "1111"1.' ,III'I'h, him! clout | aid niipoit pioiprls" FollowiUk.

I wilh' IIII' h"" "r IN'uuly: binzonIhr are the' pii ,iiip-il points( of iiKirrnient -- -

I : nlllhi'llh starry, gem.!( and bHi"" iference: c com
lines Where There's Music covers e"rlh With Invdinc.n." I

Hip one who hi+t i\irssul|' oncnilli 1I 1---- -- ---

UK In.'nil\' of. perfection was\ I "QUOTES/ 1

he happiest homes. Music should be encouraged (hrisl .IIMIN" The I diiscls' | Inform

form I. A nice piano in your home will assist in IM of his Miiithful id'slip to le OF nit WEEKI LET US USE THE SERVICES
11'11)n"1' his I F.llh"I' |1"jislIIPM | ,- i c
1 'nf out and developing the best talents of your ; llu\ ,tell us nf Ins Ii ihilmlincikinis I I

en as well AS providing delightful recreation in liixiiiK/ lip his own tall anti hancfoome
rill :mil' Ins "iiilklit i In ,il ilng the very I
}yourself. will i hf I '. ,,..
up llu Ix-oki'nln nrlnl anti,I I nnjf! marriage 1
ur fine selection of spinet-type "Knabe", "Gulen hit stun', iilmkc if h\pmrls\, ,,pnpoml rn"i I n i'. p"A .

s ", and "Hamilton" MirrApianos. We also ,1II.llIlIil. (',

"thoroughly" and carefully reconditioned "Up- 'The Seriptnres pilioht| I iilscitillllsof ilior;, if,.love iii.Muster's In. ,r I Who Helped Us Get theNew Senatorial DistrictELECT =

,, Studior,", and "Grands". We can supply IciiilniiK' Ins Ill('iplts how In lion! II I ou can't' go on being a foot 1 ,

to fit your need Our terms will please you and llu. sick a< lieill, ,I Ihrnuxl) the fnrererRarbnrrr Mutton,
it power of ruth 1111'1'0..1.'' Ili. denying sir mil marril tugs! iii.'
I easy for you to own one. For anything in I

come toUBAKER Bait' mull,. "ishinilniH. of nil's( ninnipolrnic ----
i I II
and, IIIIIIH !iinmoil'iliUii |I
\nli' 'otI, in his f nlissiusii, I
iii' m > |I 'It "ai a ca.e of lore at first
lifoir all mild'hi thro, ',. lie "
slunl. 1I
)/ >
( Forrl.t'drbnli"1
MUSIC COMPANY tI..darl'llIIan', ills iiii., I liincipK' of .
,, ,
/ueMiny( n""I'frR/I'V.
I bring when lu said (Milln148) '\\' :

: ), 'Ho >e therefore perfect, I
M1RA! ST WEST PALM BEACH even ns your I nllicr. which I U in tMr EVANS CRARYSENATOR
haven I N ixrfccl" The I basis. ifI I "Creamrrlf simply Cannot I

e Palm Beaches' most complete music store I ho Misters UmiiKliI :and, oaken alTord to male butter at the present 1 i

lens the |>i'I'fee'I lull if ml and tininfection ceiling price*."-Pro. ,luhnJrnnrff
S of in nn us IOod' ipirii-
---I / .iinpri' 'iii Dairy/ [ ,'or t '
till I relliclim .
111'18."rk'I"g.h811.? \
!\\cilcsue, loc\pnss" Hie IKTforlion -
L": of beauty l ," the glory of I
MATHER'Sminds Soul must be exlildicul in our

lists. It must h(' :innnircslcil, in /
purify, fomlu 1 'nisi, wholeness of W ::1J:. -i'urn,, \\hl"'IO' '" A. A Whi".1 FOR THE NEW LY CREATED

I heart. In slii'iiglli nf spirit) .lcit-: W, 'II \. A "'hlll..n. ,'.."i.,1l Whlll-I Iw.
The Sportsmen That /Ilea of mind I, loxeliness of life '.. : 12th District
.\se look hark over our lives, .D.-(". H nrrnnl.r.' J. 'I. "Paul'
It .i"hit.MIN.N.
, I Is it not Ihc I1l1elllhenlrl!' porforimil C:. r..n. .In I., O.1. HnJdte. 1
''he right course' liken.! l' ,( --- ... N.wnhum Ii W I I. Fn A
IE BASS SEASONIS Ihc work will done, Ihc spiritual, Chinn.I'nurr "I All,..-Annie HMn.: l0 \III. I Inn (Subject to the Democratic Primary of May 7th )
leuli/nl which rumiins to Fan il.w'
l "
make till' present" hour glad: ?? Will I ,:: P.m.; ,',", I? \'I""rl" M.Loin. ..1'

it not he tin l>cuutuf titrfcitionepiC ,.
W.II"hr Mn"1' I """ N
lives which I.IOln. He has nerved in the House of Representatives each session from 1936
!>scil in our daily 'I', .W 11. -Janr" ,,, a.. "hlll"h" ,., ,,,, Evan* Cr.y wo. born In T.mp.. Hut-
NOW OPEN well, make our futiiic fruitful pn,1brighl 1.,110 none, through 1945 >
? When we tears la unelcr- Nr. W> I' is.,.nu.,, D I .".. ." ." :.. use ldi In 190S .rod..o..d l from t.mpn pub,
land (nod aright, the clcura and 1'" .",,1. lie .chool.. .nd Iron IK. Un .cr.lly pi He was unanimously elected Speaker of the House by his colleagues
design of all our daily, living will ---- -- from the 1945 session ,
Florid. h. k..n..Id.nt I 01 I SI..a tliildrci.
be lo cvpic-ss" Ilii beauty and WaaIRialOleNataQtetiYR. 1. HIS RECORD AS A MEMBER OF THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE
Koodnms lima will listing' loveliness 10' 10 yearit whero h. h.. ......01 In

he khnw found or fuliiiR hut, not mnteilul In outwiiul U. AWARE ? 'ht proctic. oIii.' .. H. I. ,...I.d. WORTH WHILE LEGISLATION for the benefit of this section and the

forms It will be clhcoxereil mid! his 'wo .. .. (la cbairm.. of the State, such its to cut the limit on intangible taxes: from 5 to 2 mill, for increased -

ICOU[ HARDWARE CO. possessed 1 as we rellcct the tliurin I B.ord o' Slo"ord. o' 'h M"/ood"1/ teachers salaries: aid to the aged, the blind and for dependent

of ('"il( '* booitius. lam strength of, I'I'4' .' Church, and I. mrmke, 01 nalao children; tor warlclnl'n's compensation unemployment compensation, forprotect'on
MFMBER Ills mercy, the( wealth of His love end aid to vetoians, for use of jnfolme; tax money to retire bonded -
In the wouls, of the Psalmist 1 I I : ., roh'U", Od.irclli.wi, .Iti.h Ill,. .na I IShrine.
indebrerfn-ss and tor > >l of the receipts tax,
n re
? (Psnlms :17)), "l.ct I the hrmdyof' \\ M6.t I .
; I the I ..ilO our I Coil ll lie: upon: us" !I' '.A I HE HAS OPPOSED AND HELPFD DEFEAT BAD LEGISLATION tII. ,

-7/10/ C/in/, "li
.. --- ----- ---- t taxes on tomatoes taxes on cosmetic and perfumes, taxes on lubricating : '
--- -- )'HL from' ro.rlln: cnan.e In 19.19 and ro. oil for automobiles and boats, taxes to raise occupational licenses

ffE .I.c.d ...h ....Ion 'h.r..lt.r... H. These activities show some of the thing he has done. Many of his r
IR ", &11. .2. : whom served both in the House and in the I Iveiny
G ".. ho..ored by brl. .1..I.d un.nlfriend.. with he has Senate will
A WA1\Vt .. .. be members of these branches in the next session of the Legislature. This, t
NJOY Sptakrr o' s1) Ho" o'
BATHING < Or ANDTALLIT AFRICA together with the contacts he has with other departments of the State government
/ I Rrprouniuliv.a, ,, .- I1). 19.ISa lon, I
ANIMAL IN THE will .better enable him to serve the District.

IIz WORLD: ./ ..:. \.

JENSEN IN THE OCEAN BEACH AT. 'i (II I ,, UNABU.E..ws/ tO MAIft': I Li, Let the New District Get a Good Start By Electing J.) : I

It things you you seem used unable to do to. do. you the A MAN WHOSE RECORD SHO WS I! '

A GOOD probably need a plrk-up Weariness
nervousness failing eyesight -

IE or even eyestrain may That He Will Have The And His Fellow }: ;
Confidence Senators
DELICIOUS SANDWICHES AND DRINKS AT PLACE for come from a lark of vitamins Cooperation of I ,

JR in the food rat.s
SNACK you I I'
ruro yourself of a balanced vitamin -

IN AN APPETIZING MANNER i for vitamin p..llell.Bruner's! i



ILSON'S SNACK SHOP (Feud r..llti.tl A",..U..m..O I ,
BEACH and "Our Aim I fa To Please"' it (t ,





". .. ; .-:4'1-J: : .. :: ': .-.n. '''''''' '''''' .." :

I 1

... rAGE !61X71.1'I N Mi '" i kill \..1 tt I
'- ,jitv notary, soou
I I'' Follow- I available funds : ) :' librarian Fort Pierce,
('en i d"linitclset up or i \ Df the ; P
} Water' Levels pnlal'lE'lnE'nt1nd remodeling turns from the seas, i i, :h i.1 ,nl ins and care of Phone 78)
PEGRAM KLALTY CO. i he county Jill an addition to receipts went Into such ) "-: ,.. noes: $200 to the FREDERICK l p pc
court house is a paramount and for approximately u'I :.""cI incidentals which Foot Sprciali> |,
k Once More\ ('(it. Records are piled on top worth of new road n, n: included In the Room 204
,ecoids :and county officials equipment I Sunrise Theatre! ,
REAL EST .*. TE BROKERS I '(' lucked way In cubbyholes Smaller amounts l\'l' : .-., YOU t CAP; N! faTHELIBRft'T.I?:U i i ;; can hardly be called of-
I I both -
!!I Plans a wing on -'
Krueger BlrfgP Phone 298 ] ) t' i ', cart and west end of the
i f :: 1 : (' building are being con- !' Palm Beach Directo
O .Box 5 Stuart. FloridaSPAGHETTI ; I i and l'08tIIUl11att'1i have West

.. .. HiGH SCHOnL 1 I :I ; lequested Is off-the-record Ho\V \'r.plan this I I WHI.N IN WEST PALM BEACH
1' and still tentative APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE
--- ---- THESE
I Those Old Maffaint Are 1CI( tl' nUt FOIL mUD i' I" ."" IOSCIMOSC', H A WTHOR
Needed To Fill In \II minx.! ; ritojicrs: I ROOFING CO
IJ sour
HOUSE Files I The deterioration of roads and \\AltIl nwum'llin'AIKI: ROOFING .(,. .1 MI

As far as \I.> kllu": i. lll' high ( .> doling the war year OF THE BETTER KIM3o5'z !J' I HEATING \ west.fUNulLTarsT. '
J H'hoolllbl'IU' is Die duly] place in the cl \ CLEVATI: ':
: :
unl l
In 'J)1.: :.l:: I' Building (' )' and the need for new'
Marlin county when an rjfort Is -
being made to keep) uinplet I set up a first priority -' -
Special' SIr 'Iwithi To Take Home
featuring ) ----- ----
files 01 I the popular ina arincsi I SThe
Many times you \'ill) want to rein Bowl
OFJ-.I'j.: i i "i .t.IIItol:30am. : USE Spaghetti I
to an l I.Mi" of '-1'.1'1YE'lIr.) I 666COLD I f'ON I IL.I" \ V LOCK WORKS
"AFE+ &
ago and MI,.. Peon) ONeal 11- : I" "". .
'0''' .
Phone 7890
., t :-
I will) be have l.I I I
: brurlan. ilIad to you ill It :
I make use of the school Hies I' PREPARATIONS STEAKS-.EAF'OOD: I I \t,, J II s Anything
... However through the I LIQUID ABLETS I SALVE NOSE I '"' II \1"I
yraraSeveral .
------ :
numbers of f _HS CALi lCTEDU.E ONLY: AS I II!._ _I, -::::-: ---- -
I : : lot: I(
mngozlncx have bin and -
Repair and Fix Up! Ml*II ONeol U anxlon-. to fill in I -- -- -.
the files by contributions of local '
I patrons as far ax pomlble before
: Materials Are Still Very placing an order with the pub 'I
I Varr But We Will Be Glad lishers. FORWARD !
t11r. The Ness will inn u list 1 each''
.; t11\ 'r !-Ill Ip You Out With What week of l Issues mls>ins. hoping
;itciiaU We Have On that homeowner will Ink tlm \ !
Hand, to look about for the missing : ) )
links: The Readt 1 1 Digest: has
\ \ US-WE'LL DO OUR j i !
I been kept at the school slnct 1 1I
BEST! 1937. Issues are now missing for: [ COUNT)
1937 January Much April | :
Casa Lumber Co. May and June I
i ) \
I 1938-June. July and Septem ,I

0',::: 66 ber.1930February. I IT'S TIME WE STOP D'COAMING; ABOUT th

_._- August, and March June.1940February and I I \ PAST and Substitute ACT'.': ON' for WORDS.

1911--February, Mauh April |i
LUMBER > IS STILL SCARCE May, June, July. August 'I 1 I
( and September. I'

1942-January, February.> July, !
I r '" I :lave Plenty of August and, October December, November 1 IT CAN BE DONE

/ 194)-July. i
'odd i n-j Hardwire Paint
i'' mi Wallboard IUS-August. i

\ l'01- REPAIR NEEDS I "rlrl. : .. WORDS will not dig a. deep water channel
i Ii 1942 -Jiinuary 1 iiUinbei) <1't, -
tuber' Nuumbo, I it
*t. : cemW1'! Yacht Harbor.
f/ J' ''
(:/ ]1943! JanuaiV I I' e'I b c .
Mmth, Apnl) :Mi t I
and Novcinbu WORDS will not b aid Bridges.
: 4 : ; / I | | )
1944 June and! nt'I'i ml IK) 'i
1 /! ; ". _._..... Better Home & Garden.' -
,. it..iT'.i-. '-. :IJ t/.J? ., "? (: 1942 January,. !1"t Lc ".,al> .' fwra"b? j
I 0f : ,'''r 7:t1;: I." '/pd and March\ NOJIIII.I\11(1]1:1\(\i ""I; lily) ; :G WORDS will not build a Golf Course, Road

.t i .t..H'.O TO aU'.D "OU. "OUSI'0..0..0. 1044 Jim
+ .. ..... .
I .
1'I45: July,... An II : r I aj :!: 9 f COUNTY MJ'!'F.-:Vl I.,".'o ARKS AND RECREATIONAL j cNTl''
-- ------- -- lob i
.. --.- -- ,I Next seek Ii 1,.I u.l I t: !IOJ'I < PUBLIC UAiil l rJ\, ': ;', UN TIlE BEACH, STOP POLLUTION !
OC7JC. OI OC-= OCOc====O OC ,
oldtie'i oJ f tl.l "it'I' /'III .I I (notupk '
0 ) :\" "-\I'IIlk "nd 1 run. )
and LIJI'( nut./,: ":i"" Ii ulll US MANY OF H. c I filER' : MODERN IMPROVEMENTS MI
4 Service .
Day compute' l Ill! < .1'1 i nl l 1"ilIZlIlf"
0 bunt kl'p' .t\ n: ''II'i '"nA6StRAttS


ay : These Improvements Have Been Promise
I. : ( t; : i
i !

and I To Us For Years Without
( Day Service SITI S : Action!

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nf,,1 brake service. do everything from adjustiisj to relining Just give us For
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[ l of Importance for economic LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT kltht M4.*r at th. court ....... .do, LEGAL ABVtftTtSEMEST LEGAL AftVttTBEMBtTAmended I / ;
reasons on flnt Mown In th* month'
Several Florida cities NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAXI I J Jan...I ISIS, *Ma U tk. Third. day ol J \
' 2O'air I Florida have within the few I DEED I NOTICE Jun. 1144Dmut I'Hm :.u.n. Tajaj S.I .,. __lit .1' I ;
Vital to Cities past yean HOUM Bill No. !M! I .tuart, Flonila. May t. 1141 this Second day of May. 144. 01 t.aotI .
I ; ( changed: their source of raw water I NOTICL in HKHEbV UtVEN. that TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:: : i ICIrcult Court "'j> .... S E \ 1'0._ at .... .., d. 1 I

solely for Wllllaai t. "Math' **** aid rallh A. OlICk 18 HEREBY GIVEN Uiat San I R POMCROT: .
that reason "' .'''_n. hla. wife the IwMera of the uant to Chapter I2I1, Law* of Florli Clerk. Circuit Court of Martin County .
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Record I wells In Seminole County flow at 5 Possible future f.llowtr., c.rtlflcalM .kar. flM *>ld certlflratet ,d Aril of 1141 anal amendment, the. Florida. p J II 41
MUnlClpa, inadequacy for a taa dd t* b* .Wad there '. llo.Inn de.crlbed. (land la Martin By DOROTHY PIERCE D C. Lot 5. ..... ........... Elda *. W. R Humbhn.I'(
are an average rate of only 50 gallons or contamination due to of -n. Th certificate number. and yaanui t ui"> Fl,,,.rtda. will be offered. for ..1. May I. .. 16 and 21 1I4<.
ItJn'cpaJltlp' : use .xuance. the. detcriplloa' of the. prop "' i,,,1.11.i "utcry. for th. hlnhaat, and Lou.r:' Sib. 55, 1L

to per day the total dally yield ; problem is not of .n..," are mpectlirely. aa '0110"., 1.lh n.e at Stuart Florida. bealnnlni ,r. d: s&.l:: (S4 )t
0'f great import- C.III.". ""* "*. I2T **'. '" ,t 11 no J clock A. M. M tb* TWENTY OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
; ,,,:, ::mtrol of would be 78.000.000 gallons of: ance at present but it U certain ... ill t ni-r day of May. 1141r DIED t .. ... .1.. p, I. 1 ... ,
11 'I to become 'k'. .. ..f I..u.... July I. l.ll. I f Date of Srnat B,II N. UISI Lola a' S 1 .... B
Ty ester works water approximately the com- so with, developments !>.- Fonda but bined peak dally requirementsof in this field in the postwar '. -. l 10. 1and 4t. PALM The followltic Iota and blocka 1 InXmen SIM Volta koldr or Tan C.rllflc... Nolal .
) j. .1. period CITY FARMS Section. IS. Town. ..led PUt uf Palm City a. In laiurd the Fourth day of July A D.l o
ins most the cities of Miami and Jacksonville the opportunity is thus .10... j. 8.utk. Ran*. 4t Kaat. con : 41 l.U&; Co. gMtlona ..... haa filed. .. m' In my ifflce and & flirt .. 4 M 41

1 must es- As a last example the present to guide its ,.II"nk In lh. avffreffat U .c..... }PLr;l! li-: 41. h.. ", .d. .II.I..n, for a Ia. deed toh. Lot IT BIN t. 1. ,.a I H 'I, 1
ORCo >t. ";J.' q, development S.m. in which.. Hexaedl. Floail and l u:. 7.1.11. I..u.d Ibuan. add eenifleste .a- Lo..I.U..I..1. /If. V 11.-1.., : t e nL't .
>..' rie, comhnology- total daily requirements of all and to r.gUlatE it In an Plo.,r ktae Tlimr. Ou.,.'e 11..0<10. :: ':'I: I Lot I. Block II brace the foll* lnt described i ropertxIn 15
J no H.sel l O. 1111.. and E. I. Rlch.rdaon. -I 41 Lot II. Block 14T.I Ike County of Martin Bute of Florida Va..ol:( Ji. tEnd
', ,'(' the 237 municipal water worksIn effectne manner. '|- ..". "P .41in to.wlu '
:0 All of .aid property helaj In th. .< 1.r.41 M'. at Lou II and IIno Lot I .. South 21 ft i Block S 8 ,O of !part of l'
MI .; ,. .xi",im that Florida amounting to slightly The proposed Florida bill provided C..unty of Martin mat* of Florida. 7-I." Block II fIINIL; PLAT OP PAt4' Oov 1.11.. In PB
rat.Flit. : I ct t may I over 100000,000 gallons per and rightly I'nle.a .u'" certificate or certificate.kall 1.1.15The Lot I I. block It CITY. In PB I. Par 41 P B C.... I p IILtacala 4 la1 Ant. H I T,.I'. ..", I' I ,
so. the be redeemed according to law tk. 1( -, Sections n.1'. T. H l-. H E.1.. Park
( 'uclpalltyupply day Is only equivalent to a rainfall State Board of Health should property .... In .uch S.flbl.heat foikmlnalota and blocka In Th. ...*......", of lb.d' property a sf I fwO:: 4
of Inch enlficatn will b* .old toe I'ort Ralerno bola a I'D of under th. .aid certificate. i.iued wai In
of.tand one on 6 not be E at
\ square I deprived of any of its >.. mllas existing legal authority fin. Monday In month of June. lain 1h", or Grant T S. I*: Union old certificate .hall b* r*. 53,1. a. Blk. I T.Slor, ( ,
with respect which. I I- the third. day of .June. 111 It. E. 41. date4 accordinv In law. the propertydwrrlbed Lot I. IJlk I T., I I.,., I ", I I tHIPMIaada
\in au- Some of the more important to the proticUon of water Dated ," aecond day of Mar. 148 ;'I-;: ;:;:41 Lot. 55555. therein will be .old to tko
..' t Cne.ul, Court Seal 42 Block lUil ..1....., bidder at tk. court hour. door S D Chat Ad.
It'and problems affecting municipal applies from the standpoint of i:1R POMIBOV -: Lot II. Blaak II i on tk tint' Monday li. 'the month ol #11,55 ., Rewaed Pi.t

"I present water supplies in Florida are. public health. Clerk Circuit Court of Martin Count,>. h 1.1(2 June. 144. which I* the Third day ofJun if part of' NW. of
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Florida.. I. .'111.1.II Lot II. Block. JOtl *. 144tialrd SE a. taP
l I.. .. being 1. Present demonstrated Inadequacy By DOROTHY PIEECB. D. C. ,,,- .I." UI. *...??.! day of May 1141ICIrcult I Mf I* 4 .1 41
follows --- !May 2. .. I. and 00. ..... : 1.1." Lot 1,. Black II"M Court sash I..t. I a. 2. Blk 2 I CHI B! ",. l L' !
of existing supply. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT 1.1... J. R. POMP-ROY. Ixt II. Ilk 2 P. II T"," t
lll't .s for I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT \ -.-4I Lot II Block 21 Clerk Circuit Curt. of M.,tin County teat 12 Hlk IIl fl' It T, n I 1
.1 This the most serious of all I I4">> -.t... Florida. ...t. J *. 4. Illk R. W :\I..r, H ..t.... ;. ; ;
"'t i sup- "OTICE 0. APPLICATION 'C to 'ourt .Reds.. ,
:; supply problems Is
now DEEDNoTICFSteIa NOTICE TO CREDITORS. 110\1:1.: or COUNTY rOMMISFinM.IRS. : May> 2. *. I' and 21 l4CONTRACTOR .. Hull Llttl. Dial Ad.
,t !H'i over being squarely faced by at least uw h. un .. Tb Cauaty J.d|* Catar_M.rtia MARTIN COUNTY flJ'HIUA d,lion part af wi. I
,reds and Ht.IIMIGI'ES.. Ibl Caay. riorid.IS I. R. POMEROYn : LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ..' BL' as ,is PB
,( two Florida cities of considEr- O.ie". Jshn... .,. .. .. RE ESTATE OF I ,'k nrcult Court. of Martin County. 1'15 .U.I

1",M' sup- able size and to a lesser extent S, ,he hold.. :... .f fe0ii!$..r.J!.'. JOHN J. CI.EARY. I FloridaHy 'S NOTICE I..t 12. Ilk 4lt PI" ."," "W" II .rri. I t"
clear- ,".,.. sot.. ?, ..101' < ... "''"..'... for a Deceased.* T M GVNV "Detuty' CI.k.'t" FORBIDS 14. Ilk 4I John I.tnc.t. ,., .. .
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: by several others The numberis ..'h I ,,'dV" I I".0th, .I ".r.' .n. The esrlb t..
,Ii K"a&law." certain to Increase In the (I fate number a,r.1 I .0..1 .....'. the' .n..lifted.. and required to preaent a..>. FOR I.n 14 I'I a. K Blk L 0.1.l I.. .. h "
l.in ud lem.nd. wb'eb. rllht
'I"-.rlp.x "r ''h. 'pr.lr,*. and the. you or LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT PROCESSING: A'Ion STORAGE PLANT
!I reads as future unless proper conservation ante. In "h?. h II *... ......"* are > J. m.. .hate ...,nit the F.t' 'ut 5ALFRNO. FLORIDA PatMl.m Del part af
,....".11...) a. 111,.". AI J. hn, J' Hecra..d. "late ol U.1.County Sealed bid will b* received.: by Chad.Tndalne. '''. Lot I W of R,
measures are taken. Per- ,'.earfi.rf' .. *..' "j" and "*, scat. .1'I Illlnoll, to the CounJud ; NOTICE OF APPI 'CATION FOR TAX .. Dlvlilon of th* Botch Con. alaPBapapl S $5 11I
.' of wa- haps the two most important \ I..u.. .. ". I. I.... e of ) '. County, Florida. at hi.slOer DEED pan. at th. office of Dan U b-ck. .t. *. Blk II. H. II 1'10 I II I , .
Dncrlili/ ..f C',',., In the Court HOUM at Stuartrionda .. r
'rtyi II Hou Bill No 1642 Architect Nearest Bnlldlni. Btu. Fla..
can.g. t. t IK Blk 16. FrailerA ,
es contributing factors are excessive and I II. III'"t2 .nd Lot 4. Block. ithln .Idt calendar month. NOTICE l; HrKElY GIVEN. that I URlI,I I '00 p m.. the 20th day ..f M.). ,'Id f NR'"t
tI ." ,'edencenamely II. PORT "AI.tK\0. b.ine a aub. I"m the. darn of the. tint publication nr.1'hi. I M. t,, Kmlth Phillip. the holder ..f the'': 114ft. for th* construction/ .f tk. Pro HE :, 'i
and poorly planned surface dh 1.I..n ..f I.'t', I.nd East I* S, lie., Each. claim cr di-mand mu> .11: ''hlt r.r. 'ricate kai Hied. .aid .111.I. ceailnaand 8to.... Plant. 47 *l' olreinforced (,4 a. PB 5 II
: rhdn..1 f Let .1 I. Hit., be in writlnr. and mu.ttarn the. r>arof < paneBrat 41 Amen \.m. ? I
drainage and .. ..hi. T... .1011' r' S..u'h. ..... re.dmee. and POOl office >ddr< .. .n. The certlflcale number and year of > I .. I ** Addition p.ticfGw,1ae5n.hPB
:xatlonilmost. ful and uncontrolled flow of i1 swat. the l.imant. and mutt be worn t.. b, ..unnrr, the .......hHon "t the prep.'flu. a hndI electrical. work. to b* smutmrtedal I
1 ore" ,,"' lid \\l\'a-\ Name, 1II ahi, ...rredl. Allis D. the ".Im.... hi. spent. or kU. a"t..rn.ir .> snd the n.me In which II was Huh. .. I.'". > la.. fn'' Sbn'k. lII"u" .,. I >af. 14 PB CaI M 41
I artesian wells ':..l m ,red l l.i. 1 rib: M.,r.,. nctlvly, the urn will become toll acco"link/ ... t tthl.lon' .f th. H.rl..n C'..tn|..n>'. Hi. ..'.t :t ('.'T"I" / \ I Idol""
Ij\(: 2. Past Ml ..f ,aid I ir .t tn> helm In th. to .lawMICHAEL.. '. cW.L'K.M. leah. Fl.. ace..rrtlni) t" I l.nl and Srflratloni .. Bea.ey Second Addl.tlaa .
or potential future Count)' ..f M., .. -thd Florida I I Thb 101. d. at Aesll. 5544.N. \'. ..*.. on file In the fflce of lb. Co Lot
:.., contamination of wells due to Unle.. .j h ",r,".... or ortlflratM BALPK CLEARYl' O..l 'l..n of Pfnaartr. Lot 114IIFJlSEt Architect. and 'he office nf the Htr -,. e M fart In BoI. B! PB
t\ 4 out.noposed- hall be r. d.rn-..'I I .. ..rdln* 'to law tb' / North Sheridan. K .d. Hlrhia'. "a ADDITION part of OoI ". Contractorand' ...h.I c:nlrac'''r' .trlna Ca p 15,15
vertical or lateral Intrusion of 'iroperly d.o<.II,1 II I h, ..'.cb certificate orcertificate. P.... Illinola A. Eu.u' or thoE. ..t r a. In PB 2. Par 14. PBC... ., to bid may. make appllotlon. fat ,...
:. / salt water Most of the cities 'ill .I I lr II to tb* ,hi.beat. 1'I .,.,. nr "olon ". Cleary. Dawned S tlon fl. T. *. 11 R K.1.: theIan.. | at the office ..f the \.hl" I. I 140 10* Anlt. II 1,1", I,
-. .\ ter, Re- on bidder al the bow.: door on the O. LITTMAN lame In which. ......... R. T. i and the Omni-r Auth' .rlty for con.tr" Iota I II to 10 Inc Webb
:\- or closely adjacent to both the n.., Monday on m..nth of Jun. !*<.. I I Anorwp for Ese.'o Dnrl.. tins with .I..It). .'..11 Ic. f ,irtl.hed"I ,IVaueceiaful ftndI.asaY. /D of
.0 Sr c.. readsregula hlch i. the third day 01 June. IH.. Fun, .ubll..II". Apr! III". IfU. \11 I of raid property being In th. crnlra."t"r. l by ,the Owner part of lot Lota 4L
111 East and West coasts cither faceor Dated tb.. .ec"nd dxy l have faced this problem to (Circuit Cst" Sri.11 'I I I.., .... .uch certiricate or ...rtfi..'.. Al teat. t .t in Rlk i. Fl' Dorado
t t J\\ 1. B POMEROVllerk : LEGAL "ERTI'EMEo.t'' :. .hll be redeemed. according. to law the Den D. Krck. ""hlto.'. Kruea.r Hull, lUlrhi.' Amended Plat
some degree Several have Clr, UII' (' .u r ..f Martin CounlFloiida >.. ,. "cc. d..ri..... I In .u.h ....111..... or Ins "'u.l1. Florlla. u
IAC' andif 'r fl'nte.,,1 sill b* a.ld to th* hiehat. girned-- 1'8TRIKH DIMKloV in PBt orp r' 1 I'l Vir., ,,5,,. II I ,
fresh abandoned well supplies in lit a.1, ;Htm PIERCE U f. ., NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX h ll.r .t the court houw door on the : IIF i'NnuR.nNl: CO. Lot 4. Blk t Colonial
favor of surface supplies becauseof May 2. P. 1.. 2' 1f.6. DEED ,rr.' IH.ii.'l.i' In month of Juno. 144Shi. ,40 E".! l..h M.n'. i Perk "".'. to Cel-
ill l! caseslartment I Hont B'II' No. IM2 I. the third. day of i.me. 14.. May I. '. 1.. 1544 nl.l Park **c. of Bt.Lucle .
It. LEGAL ADLRTISEMESTCHARLfcS / I II NOTICE IS HEREBY bit EN that Dated' ihln I .r<- nd day of M > Elates '
J !, tieDul.' ,... and .. /.I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT haN .
kllubrtk Dttbol. It I "t Court Seals : .Ir' or IIW'. of NW' 10 ,
ri how- 3. Present or potential future NOTICE\ TO APPEAR wife, the holder of the 1..11..1' Crr i R I. ,, 541 F..k 1 I 1 "
1 tai I. he COMIC Cnano. Mnm, neater hate filed. ..Id __Itl.,.... for '. r k rircull C"urt of M.,tin County. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF: MARTIN' L.I. 21 6 14 Block. I
it 'and contamination of well water due 6'.,. .1 Flmd.Cba.aery. C6anly.l I 'tat deed ,.. he lulled thereon. Th. FI..I.I.. COUNTY FLORIDA. Ti.edi. > Manor ba- part
nificate number, .. .. OOROTIIY PIF.R'E. D. C. of as .. .. 10", 41 Wm. ,I' I'' 1 I.
to disposal of sewage trade 101. IU1 and of I..uanre I. nY C'-....." N' *. I4.i
fr: 'I t .IK fresh GRAY I I the d...criptlon\ uf the ,iropert, I 2 P I" and U. IS6.LECAL ELI W"ALE. I Lizrn..naD. hwy
rye: .x in this wastes or stoim waters in drain- Plaln'lft I I Ito. and th. n.rne. In which. It wa< ........,1 .lalnti" IW ; *W>l
I art re.peulhelr. aa followat. AD'ERTISEMEST"OTICt I of sw'. of See 15I
xprr ,xemptedc age wells penetrating usable Water (..ertlfirate, \.... I-a aad 1118. RSA WA\LE I part of 0.... Lot IS

c.... ,, .lu ; aquifers. This practice Is no ROXFINA GKA\ 1Defend.nt. Year of U.uancr July I I. If'.. Defendant' I ITO I II.... IT I- I. 41 1 W'. "T .. H.' oa ?". .
para- I Deacrlptlon of Property i hat; of OF APPLICATION FOR TAX -Lam Wad... the Do1.n.I., L .t 2. Blk I*. AmendedPlat
.n.. reuse of longer permitted. but. as has THE STOIC Ur FLORIDA: Nat: Action II Town.klp IaMutl DEEDOTlr .10.... .....Id.n... .. ?nLnown' of Palm City .. IT
been stated eleswhere in this To R..u'u. Grxl. 2U stub.t... I ;.: Ranre 4t Ea.t er.mprl.lni (Senate B'II' No. 163) Vas sa 10".10 r..qulnd. h apt.as, In PB S Pte.1 !' It 41 Lit" 1 1I.
r Brookl n,.N. Y. 40 acre.: ALSO" : Fire (Itt aero IH HIKrltY GIVEN. That In IS a ab.p .nl1I... .ult ro dltnre. '
.' vitallyties study considerable damage has lake ,, 'net' hat Charlr, Our ban filed tract U. fet wide tail and We.t by l' I,. Mo.ney and Jennie M. Mooney on .r ...r..,.. U.). 310'. Itlfo. ...thcral.S I.Cnun t. Blk Amend I. Belle Pktt Vice ofD .
a romplalnl I i 5runu saes fa dIrore.I Inbe I ..0 feel N nth and South. comnracini a'te, hold .. of Tan Certificate No. deer ,Ir' I '\ are been done In several areas. Contamination .100" muted. en".. ..d court u.. 140 feet Weal on North ...u..1 I th. Fourth d.y i.f t llv. A. D >...u. S Si, Palm'of Tract. Farm II *, ,
not of under- made affidxtt ih.t your ....1..... and tie of S', of NE.. >*rtwn. SI. "n >. hate filed earn In my office and Tn. Btunrt hereby dolanatrd' City C
I' far asnaeerned only add...... I. .. .1.1e *teed and praytd I If. Ior Town.klp I. soutk Same 4S Ea.,. .. made application" f..rata, dod to a. the Sto. r.r, shlr thl. ..,dr A In PB II. .pan... .. Ti
( ground waters but also of bays an ?rd..r f..r c''n.lructlte ......1... eempn.lne S err.. .-.I led .h..n. bald ...lIn.... *.... hall be put.l..bed once each .....k for PB Co.:. I' a11 I. A. P.'I.
IT IS THFRrrURL: OKHERED THAT Samoa In which. .......... Melnhar.l tb' f..llowln" d.cribed/ property Four con.crutKc week.Wltne. .. Isla 14 t. 10 I.... Ilk. .
t of *,'a- rivers and lakes makes it imperative tot .,. nxpr"d i, I. appear. on the ISIS Mr.... A C... and Eta Hmilh mpectltrlyAll n he County' ..f M.fUn. Cut of HorI .. try hand and off.clnl, ....1 al, U Now Non.I ...,.. a
that Florida municipalities day of Ma>. l'". l..f.re the abuse .n.t of ..Id properly. belnf In tk ,I I.. to.wltt ".u.". Martin' C unly. Fl.rl I.. Tl / l> nf floLot I
mlnute'it t,11I.d I c.urt t.. the 10111 .f mplaint filed. County of Mull. Mate of Florida.Inle. Lot 5. Block HI PORT SALFRNO the 10th. d0 01 A..rli. I54IJ. W of Ry and Oov Lot
J .j For100acre resort to adequate I. the she, NIJ ..u.. and .b .. .uch certificate. or certified I 1..1.I a Klhdli i.nn of Lot 1* t H. l'oMEROY 4 f Hv a. In; PB 2S ." 41 C1.. .. I I I II
: Stuart' Ne. ,. h. ...1" .1.I .,,. 'a',. d .. be .h.ll he redeemed according to law the t.." 20 chi.ln. of tx.. 21 M,le. or Clerk I'lru1l Court Martin C.un' pe PB Co 8* S II "' .11.! ?. I1 ,
II : sewage treatment at the earliest 'r-'p.e '": ,,10,10, .lh" .rtl.. .10.11 h. I.r,.ptr., .!ncr.bed ,n > "h rr if,. ".. Has,,,n Gran. Township 1' South Flmld.Circuit .. wt. of BW.H ', .. M 551 .0 1'.1.. I I ,
possible moment .lih.l .nr .ark a.vk. futlt .'. rOI6[ "'"' ? r'.fi,.' "UI "bti a IJ ,o .the h uh.il Km.. II E..,. I Court' .Ural I W to Pen ,
J F1" -"u' itches ofrequires .u: : .,. ..,,,,.. .. .. !
an 4i.TNIJS .. p ; 10 .. .1. .h. Th ..mett .C the .old p.y.et' DyI t Dorothy Plcn. D.C..tIHN of art ri'.H I
J 4. Excessive first cost and N the Ii.'e.I hl. A. O K,1. ,"r. r? M. '." '. m ,.'10 .1 r J ,,. .. lei' .J r ,:5. .ald rertnra'e. i.ued w.a I. J. MonKrMl ; Hit. ,.' H... Qrant
Judy aid the >eat 'h, p. .r' t', 'I., 'S : 'h, I d". 1 J. 151, ..". f Ill' flutt.... ,ne>. far I I'Ialntrrf 1 -. .- "B 2 T
'<'i 1' equal excessive treatment cost due to l't) .r 5' ,1,'. I'I ,111 tlI, a I 1'h 'I I D'rd! hi.,1t.I \I." 144" ('ris.! .Id eer"frnte, .hS h,. .. -'uu''1. FI... .Ia..I I S PD C'. paajM as 41 Mr. M J .
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d" annual April I" '31'I "dlnor I. Ina. the pape''p V.) : It 16 "
requirements water of poor chemical quality. J II I'ti. MIR?V J R 1'OIIIItt 1I' : ------ --
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II II t i I' works While quantity must always take dark .r the ('n'' t .r f \I. ( \ I I.EGhL. ADVFRIISFMF'" \I. ,
C.uny.. F't.ndA. Clench. r>.. ..
la PB
I Again precedence over quality In the 1.lIITltIER". / 1', I I y. ( Bt DOStOrHl i t'I'I1t'' f r. C I' ..n- 4t I'D C31 41I.
I I AI..I. 1 'th. :'...hI" "' 1 1' : 11945 <
nn '1'7 artesian selection of municipal water DELINQUENT TAX LIST I..,. 13. U. BIM, '. 1I 1\.s .
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1\i2 ,' .. hnls' u.1n, .that .the f 11.... .nlt dra'nk' J lxnd ntll, .' .. .o1J .' Lota I A 1"I'. h C II 5.'
.... 1'; .n. ..., r r n. .'n' ..f Ju,, e A D. I". ut,' 'h.. b. ur ..f 1 : I" t .n..tt 1.01. It a it .. U" Ht 8.nr r
II r II ,.+ .1..r ter l'ounlt, .f Mrtn In '10.. frcr, ..f S .'".... s, .re "
: : wy, amaum due fur trt herein rrt appnitr, 'h. .ems. .lourbe- Pars Sb'ea. b. a I 0
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NO FIRE IS TOO SMALL TO FEAR N In' 01 t'E'. of NE'dW N W'. d PE'. .. Is ,
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why, In forest you'll likely find tiny tree posal. W't or Nyl .. .. aa 17f tl A, H. WarRrr m. .... Lot 1: Ilk: l: F BI ::.:::..:: :. :::: :
area, fire too. Remember that forest fires start Lot. I A 4. Dlk II U D.MaB.naaartWalter ........ :.. .... I, ,
rooting there seedlings juit born which est RI. II. Lucl. I 0 al II 1 1e
in timber but also at the gran root, Pan a Co. Laa: U 37 41 Boa AI, 1I..h Plat Nit. I ,
should form the forests of tomorrow. not only Lola 5 It. RIM. 1 Annl. M. Bnyl.s "' ; 1.51 .. I. PB 50p54 '.. r 1
where new forests are beginning their useful Las :. IoII 6 T. K. Helll.r IL: N'Int.r 1.51SL CRC.. i'

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live. Lu.... Ethers Salta *!. 4 a > IRIS 24 J.mea A. Ih"lm, ..,...,.... 111 1

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This Advertisement Sponsored By Lot .. BIk II .. M.,. K. Kramer' 10.15 Rosh Vt, I. I 1
Lou II 11. III" I llrmnla Beach No.e .
8t. Luele F..t. Sect > Jupiter. .aj I '' i.1 5 4 1
,. I S /D "r qn.t PR -.*c 10 Marti,
NW" of aw'. a.I. County . .. A Perry ..... ,
NEWS I. PB II pas JI: 5 II1 Goo. M. III..hlm.n H." r .

lab.' SDni Cb/t.Wpact S... .5 I I Taa Collector 4 -t II

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i-emalning days of his campaign I Into all th : ,

/ ROD .& GUN CLUB William L. Wilson Jacksonville; DEMONSTRATION CLUBS :MEMBERSHIP:: REPORT will h an taken 1 his candidacy I Ida.
| forestry W. T. Edwards, Jacksonville I Conrad Albracht. mem
I GIFTS I Martin County Rod ft Gun ELECTS BOARD ; conservation, Frank J. Home Demonstration bership chairman of the Stuart
i. duo: has joined its companion I II Mallants, Miami; Industrial, W. clubs at Indlantown I and at Salerno -I Womans club, reported' at the BARN DANCE
I rcrtscrvatloa) group In MattlnI W. Wolfe, Winter Park; Inter-. have adop ted communityparks annual meeting Thursday that
American, A. J. Hanna Winter as their civic work projects I have wen
Committee members
OF NEW BOOKS I rsm.ty ItIatt.utlah Club in Division i anti six mw WEDNESDAY NITE|
.nemlxrshlp In the statewide oro'' Chairmanships Confirmedat I Park; Membership, Blaine B. J for the years. I added to the club roster making EVERY
iar.iration the Florida Palm Beach Meet I Barber Daytona Beach; mos- The women at Indlantown art 96 paid-up members for the
'.ibrarian Reports 75 Booki f 'deration.Cr.ist I quito and Bandfly control George cooperating with the school 1 year. PAUL KERSEY'SMELODY
Colte.i i W. Simons, Jr., Jacksonville; and his student assistants 28
Harold pilncipal members.
Jacksonville 131 total
of IMS Now On Lyons who represented Of the
of the I safety and health Walter L. In their beautification and ex-
president list
Rental Shelve both groups at a charter rmtl- executive vice I are on the honorary PLAY BOYS
Chamber of Commerce Hays Orlando; sports Frank and the move has gain- members
-- itfar.T.: meeting of the federation Florida State program mpt from dues. Active
announced today that : Wlnchell. Jacksonville, and national ed sufficient momentum that members
Mr Dad A Schaefer ...onr.an '1.; Tampa Sunday said that : total 98 and associate
','" .*""' abort: 75 book. fIj c.ubt hare so far expressed board members: of the ornanl- affairs Arthur Y. Milam, citizens are volunteering labor' seven. SHELDON BAKERMASTER
t""l"""" ut. -. .- :-ear tabH'r. ..r.t.on of affiliating with the ration sleeted at West Palm Jacksonville. and money In the planting and
;ad. : -. : '..: shell of Uw _Ut* grtan.2at.on at its con Beach indluded Colee added that Milam's com maintaining of shrubbery and LEX GREEN TOURS
::0< ..:::... ; Comnbu- -.er.tior. meeting in Orlando John D. Harris St. Petersburg; mlttee would make Its formal trees I ALL 67 COUNTIESFOR OF CEREMONIES'
.:; ->..- '..* have also Sept; 1 14 and 1 15. I Francis J Oannon., Tampa; R. report to the executive\ committee A memorial honor roll to the ELECTION
e ; .. .. :t.nahile edt:..or... 'I was proud.\ Lyons said "to :M.! Smith. Jacksonville: W. C. within: another 60 days. service men of the community[I
.1". be abe to present to the fedtrarhecks ,I Pedersen. Waverly: Frank W. was constructed by the high Starke;-Returning to h:* LOG CABIN
Jacksonville James A.Harper "SCHOOL' DOLED MEETS school Industrial Arts department lor the
Norris ; Starke headquarters
F :.f'f K.'r.- ::):-. for lHf dues\ at SOl'I
I Welt Palm Beach; Dr. WEDNESDAY AT 2 P. M. of Stuart and given to the weekend following platform appearances -
:r f :.da ::-.- Lar.i.eh ;;*r member from both the Rod
f ., :. ts..ated as a i: Our. Club and SallfUh Club I IIF Shaler Richardson. Jacksonville; The Board of Public women for the park. In 50 counties in the
rr.rr.ereai:!- -:far; of conservation in X L. Pel1lc r.St.Augustine; Mrs.L. tion will meet at 2 p. Salerno club women have add- Interest of his candidacy for the Fie
concerted J McCaffrey. Miami; Forace In the office of Instruc-I td to the town service U. S. Senate, Lex Green former '
: -.::.1 h.-' r- Its : .da requires the : : nesday names P M till? AdmiStuart ation $
..'..r.trelat: _c'i-: >:-. of every sporUman. NovUr.r. E Holland. Panama City. Earl intendent. roll in the small plot on the Congressman, expressed oon'idT.ce 8 .
.:: : : Ha :>:-. ::: to: t i \ county u 100repre-I W Simmons. Tampa. and Leslie trustees for appointments of ; highway: and improvements\ are of his nomination II: thf- Couple
::: '..nt.v.rr.i.( .-. -cr.-.ed: and by fall we hope Cole St Petersburg additional! teachers will be acted going\ : ahead on the communitypark :May 7 primaries
.:: ::,:...n< ':.-.g ::..\e 60.000 members In the or Division and committee chair- upon. sate on the waterfront. Oven stated that else;' : ',;"
'.: .. !t. hi .:.t n- I 'an zatJon and a war chest with manships confirmed at the West 1I'IBZ'Ir'' --- --. _-._. < ---- -- --<- .- --
,..' ,:. .; her ...1ht- ;:.::. to carry on the battle for Palm Beach conference were
I .d | :- r hunting. and fishing inFr.da Aviation Thomas is!. Cook.
B-r.ird I \\,>-t py.m: Bach agriculture.
i( :
-.- : Tr. Wildlife! Federation h _._
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.- .f f P-iCr i' -..:d .nt nds to enlist every REFERENCE BOOKS VOTERS of MARTIN
C' Goer'as; ..' -:rr.an: in Florida the better j
'" -; b : .; J impress State politicians
: : '.-::d' . :f *..-.:: the power of the sports- TO ANGLERS
-.. Bay, 7 -r.i.vote.. { "The Game Fish of North
:- ::; :n '.-.- i America'. which Is consideredone
rt* t .:* of the most comprehensive
'.' .\. s. Blair MM. Club } ,
::f: ; : n'ndboofa ever published for '
'8. b& ,;..vurd Last fttdar luncheon meeting snort fishermen. Is now available : ..k .r.JAt :::.
.. :j the scond I was given over to eommttt, for local anglers .... ,\:\.. "
conferences. 1 j' The Sailfish club has placedone .- ;
.- '. :r. -->f book A. 8 8:a.r *as inducted Into copy at the club offlc: In : ,
:- ,r.d :Mr! ? E A. sembtnhip:. > oy: Chairman T. T. thE Oughterson building and anther -
':t .1 volume: '.' Oughterscr. Gu-st were B. V. at the Fire station in c
..;:1 .: .-<- .0\;:.: Mats! !:tn*.:>r. of F :: pierce and charge of John Mann. Local r
.' '. -. i d.r'r. v- Hh W port'men are invited to use
.:1: '. .t.. Mrs C5- Tyson.-_ them for identifying rare speci-
books ;r.cludr.g: : men or for the pleasure of gazing -
:: .;:.1 -China T:- !.(t' I:. the '.r.tn' ..: : Mrs! WilliamS2 on the multl-coloed: pages r
'"; Kuhn :r *!:. : -iersor.a :: : a-'<":, -- -roc: valu- oi. odd and common species of sqy
: expo--: .. --..- he waters: of this continent


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May 7th, 1946

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To Vote for any Candidate make a Cross (X) at the Right of his Name

This County Gave Strong Support to Spessard L. Hollan

For United State: Senator: For State Representative:

"'rE rot ONE! ,...n: Kt>H It\K:,

POLLY ROSE BALFE t: GEORGE KEITH 0 When He Ran for Governor.

HENRY 31. Bl"R"H t:: M. II. P.OWELL 0


PESSARD L. HOLLAND CFr : ((2nd District) COUNTY.
V'rrt! fnlfOTTO U s&,

Justice Supreme Court: KUBUfO. 0

I (Group Two) D. QUIXUVAX: fj Now We Have the
\ .,n Foa 0"" &. Again Opportunity to Give Kin

rAUL D. BAR."S CJ. J For County Commissioner:

L. LiE 0t' \"TT: fi.H ese ilth& District) The Same Greater in His


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"'r Railroad Commissioner: L. WALL n '
(Group One
For Member Board of Public Instruction : i
C { flr INa
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VllTT. Kt>RKr I



For Member Board of Public Instruction: TERM AS GOVERNOR.

; A. LANE (0If District No. 3: I

}II. E. "WORE q wow FOB OM."
If O. D. HATAWAY [D'' ElectThe

For State Democratic Executive

For Group Railroad Two Commissioner: Committee: Man We Know and The Man Who Knows U''

"',... F>>H thE I
Fu" (h E.ll


f CARL )1. TAYLOR QV -------- -

\1 I) I I For State Senator:

t (12th Senatorial District)

.; ". t ) EVANS'UTE 7u5 CRARY(155. 0 United States SenatorSUBJECT

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a now We"thank this alert conservationist I : AUDITORIUM TOO I being circulated: among the I like! to meet with the United,I i being reinstated and I II | : f I ;J ;'I',:
SHING members. State in an effort to adopt a gro opening up .' w /
we had and assure him that if I In order to provide the State board and equitable policy I I I ftra's: he declares, ::'e t ; .l
- he cuts our own engraving plant : I Department with ample Infor- I These conferences:' he pointsout fore he points to now I,I !p"+r
would SMALL
IN THE FAMOUS i: Issue. As It is, appear we must In this TO HOLD oration upon which to base its "will be held within the time for Florida grcwers to Gras'f: 'c,1,l
decision he adds It will be I' next and '
nec- determinethe
year may a concerted effort to offset ;, .
them .
out of town I i
CIR Lucie Region not and they did essary for every member to send future of many Florida t those facts may hold
return in PLAY
time for this edition AUDIENCEAttendance
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in promptly production cost vegetable growers and hlppeiTransportat.or & future Cecil Barber of ,
.,. ,PR r.MA'* IRA GUARDIAN n. NA1 URAL RESOUKCIS' I I figures for analysis. These figures from Cuba is and FVC Mgr LaMonte --1.; )
_.. If youie going fishing next | which will be treated confidentially _h_ .. I
91 trnest L\'ons tures but he writes;: "Am enclosing Tuesday, don't go before 'ou'vr At Senior Class must be at FVCs "
s fur publica- some photos of IHi destruction cast your vote-and Its needlessfor Play Demonstrates Need : headquarters in Orlando not I J
(., were three caused by mines In this column again to remind of School Building I later than the end of May In '
'-nphR of a the river here In 1933, These you that a vote for George 'an accompanying note, Cbm L I ELECT I
.,,1, 11MarUn fish killed by seines arc dead Keith is a vote AGAINST The high school auditorium I I L. Stuckey of PVC urges full coI I
lIf f mullet mullet on the shore In Martin SEINES In the Inside waters of simply refused to accommodate I operation, for which be pointsout : : '
,11 rotting on county, This condition existed Martin CountyRcpiesentatlves. !the parents and flrends of the i the tsern necessity. I \
__' \here they for miles Reason: market was of some 40 1946 graduate who wanted to i "Some months ago", reads the : PAUL D. BARNS ,\ .
: see the senior class in one of its ,
fiber being low and catches so heavy fish Florida sportsmen's clubs meetIng Chandler report "the congress
.c haul, It Is could not be marketed, hence at Tampa last Sunday cli last performances Friday night. 'I extended the trade treaty act.I I I ,
t t j'('I bores can- were picked over, the best taken maxd: their Lesson with a Additional chairs filled the aisles,I This ""u done at the request ot I Justice of Supreme Court :
; resolution until (there was no standingroom the national administration.I .p;'
!o>day's News out-and the rest dumped by extending full aid of
: ,
1 tory at a the tons. You might print theseIn the body to Martin County left. 'I and of most of the major in- I II (Groupe 2)) "
.JI ., "d otherwise your paper so peopl can see sportsmen In the effort to eliminate A second showing Tuesday afternoon I district: throughout the United' .
e I I again filled the .
II'I what destruction theselneihave selnts Florida Wild roomto I States They realize that
1 1 w name of'' caused in the past and why life: Federation voted unanimously capacity and school officials I In most countries production has PROMOTEAN
tor1 .n 'K these plc- there are no more fish here to convey Its full sup- pointed out this event to em- I been curtailed or stopped "
i port to local sportsmen battlingto phasize the n ed of additional that most of these nations will EXPERIENCED FLORIDA JUDGE
W get these illegal devices out bllding space to house the school I not for several years be in a position
of our watersStuart children of Martin county. The I to produce or manufacture I "WHO CAN BEST SERVE THE PEOPLE"Over t
balcony, which formerly took enough to supply their own'I'
Sailfish Club's winter the overflow on big nights was needs On the other hand the :
tournament of 1943 ended at long since converted to use for i I I United States with Its record- Twenty Years of Trial Court Experience J
OR RENT midnight Tuesday, April 30, and Dally school] needs and there is breaking production possibilities
: T liids,I s committee will announce no way to expand the general :I finds Itself wanting to export A Judge Who Will Be Of
u Inn rs on or about May
* assembly room Chapel sessionsare Its surpluses to the world. (
15 after a study of all entries. held at separate hours for This is true of practically all
Some 700 sailfish buttons were tipper and lover grades as the manufacturers and of producers GREATER SERVICETo
Office in
Store or space award during the tournament, student body can not be assembled 'of most farm commodities including -
and approximately $4,000 expended at the same time Florida citrus .
Lyric Theatre Building for prizes, publicity and Mrs Carl Roth, director of the I "We find that the Florida The People Of The State of Florida
piomotion Two beautiful bronzeSailfish class performance, and the cast ,I vegetable Industry. with its direct -
Statuettes costing $250 received high praise for the I competition with Cuba and
See; L. A. ARBOGAST Mgr. ach: will be awarded in the dramatic production and approximately -I'Mexico, is the largest and most As A
length clavs. men's and women's
$250 was taken mon I| important agricultural group I
division: another Sailfish Statuette the two showings of three- I that has to face the
import competition -
LYRIC THEATRE weight i Is division first ;prize and a for bronze the act comedy.-- I problem. This U pointed JUSTICE of the SUPREME COURT
out so that the Florida yeae'table -
marlin will be awardedthe
trophy '
Stuart Florida grower may know that he
lCne 14 winner In that class Forty SENIOR CLASS |stands practically alone, so far
bronze plaques go to winners .
I as agriculture is concerned
As a group the national farm
TAKES TRIP TO 1 i organizations are supporting the
There Is Yet TimeTO principles of free trade :.
that the
goes on say

ATTEND DAYTONA BEACH : State foreign Department relations department has asked the of! Your Vote and Support AppreciatedP

STUART DRUG CORP. I the 14 nations which Imposetarltf.l. .old Political Adv.rt!..m.nl)
Eighteen Clan Members export quotas and the t
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EXALL "lc" SALENOW Leave East Tomorrow Coast Jaunt For I II

Eighteen members of the sen-
IN PROGRESS AT ior class of Martin County High I C

.r J WJfl] ]' D ] UB tDiP] day Motor school for Daytona vacation Lines will leave Beach tomorrow and for by sight-seeing a morning Florida three- NOTICE VOTERS NOTICE J

trip. The senior class trip had

We Close Wednesday Afternoons From 12>30 P. M. to 6:30: P. M. the almost.war Now become curtailed the a graduates travel tradlton in until have general YOU, The Voting Citizens of Martin County ; :

the backing of state school officials .

state a who valuable consider part a of tour a young of the Can Clean Up The Situation That Exists Today

person's secondary education.

l vr i D Juicy Steak Good Pie, Hot Coffee Mrs Agnes K. Mulhaupt,
li'' \ faculty sponsor of the class and
:: ':. Simple Well-Prepared Food That I.n IsI Mrs A. R.Clonts will accompany I AM ASKING YOU TO CAST YOUR BALLOT FOR ME AND MARTIN

1. .,_ I Why Our Business Is Increasing. May We merce the party.of The Chamber of Com- COUNTY AND BRING AN END TO THE FACTION THAT HAS
A REAL Beach has
\ I Suggest You ComeIn made hotel reservations and EXISTED HERE FOR MANY YEARS.I .
HE-MAN MEAL! other arrangements for entertainment -
c Earl Markel, veteran
I school bus driver, will take a TOO. CAN LOOK BACK TWENTY YEARS AGO. I WAS BUT TEN
Today As A Stranger Tomorrow As A Friend y yIi school bus up Saturday morning

SUMMER gustine and to other points of
Interest before bringing them MY PAST. BUT WHAT I AIM TO DO FOR THE FUTURE OF MARTIN



Daylight Saving Time CROP INDUSTRY )



SURVIVAL- FIGHT State Democratic Executive Cojnmitteman t

ELECT A CITIZEN WITH Vegetable Battle Growers on Tariff Gird For


terms "the greatest battle of its
: Practical life" for the Florida vegetable FlED OF ALL ACTIONS OF THIS COMMITTEE.
Experience industry the Florida Vegetable
Committee has set about
assembling -
1Rq 1 costs of production in CHECK THIS SPACE ON THE BALLOTAND
all commodities from its members
These cost figures are to
Charles be analyzed by state agricultural YOU PROGRESSIVE DEMOCRATIC r'' 1
economists and the results pass- It
ed on to the State Departmentat
Washington aa Information
which may be used in what FVC
WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE w officials consider may be a VOTE FOR and ELECT
"fight for survival' of the Industry I IIf
which brings millions of
r dollars annually to the State's

For Good Roads farmers The battle Is one In which the

r Florida justments alone" for grower it on la seeking virtually products tariff"stands whichare ad- IE] K. (Kenneth) Stimmell l ': !, ,

Bee.Ute of his many Jean experience with both city and county road l.irk not directly competitive with

Better Roads Mean A Better County from areas other the of agricultural State the nation.Department Assurance producing that State Democratic Executive 1

Florida's problem, which is now '
ELECT CHARLES R. EVANS concerned mainly with tomatoes, i I
will be given every consideration, hi
is the reason for optimism, j
any Committeeman. ; [ ft
COUNTY COMMISSIONERDISTRICT Luther L. Chandler, chairmanof ,
FVCTs foreign trade committee -
4 (PRECINCTS 3 and 6)) points out in a report now PREPARE FOR THE FUTURE THE PAST IS GONE I Il Idj


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1)I ) PAGE TWENTY 111I!, sll till SEWS, Mt'\Kr, Martin County, f'LOItIU.TIltRSDAl', MAY 2. 1946 .

, I clean sweep fiom bank to bankin l cousin MM R. T Ragan, and 'he was after discharged.errtng( mote from than tae
'j' t: Porthole I Lucle the Couth Branch of the St FRED STAFFORD The History of Coffeel I Mr Ragan -e- I: two Pacific year Area.In Japan aDd the LYRI ((

I 1 Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Nlch-' .
This sort or thing is throwing The fragrant cut of coffee which in 1644, the English and Viennese Mrs -
\ Gossip the law back in the teethof !'HEADS LEGIONAS makes us civil rverv morning and" In 1650, and It was brought to North oleo and their daughter, who : Robert S. McCallum Id< his
America 1608 But promptly the Frederick Nil bllns and son arriTefl
often during the in McCatfiua THEATRE
I the cltlreni of Martin County renews>> us so brother Jack
of the beverage to stimu- have been visiting Mrs
I day links many nations in a long power
This writer would like to know
B>' COMMANDER and romantic history Just whenIt late clear thinking; and plain talk- parents, Mr. and Mrs George L. Tuesday. .
what happens to the bass that first appeared as a beverage no Ing converted the popular coffee Rowley of Palm City, left Sunday Bert- C Dart of PROGRAM FO
: But that It houses into discussion clubs And homeIn Mr.
are huuled In one can say exactly night foi Mrs Nlebling's Y.
N. spent
Into and Big
political debate that exploded Elmira THISVEEI
Arabian discovery seems
was an (
There are hurdieds of people Harold Johns Post Elects : very likely in view of the fact dissension, direct action and resistance Hollvnood the weekend with Mr. Dam .
liable report have who are afraid of the ocean or New Officers At Supper that coffee grew wild In that part made coffee houses the -e- sister Mrs. A. 1. Massca of :" --os..
I come in stating that the net get sea .lck that content them- Meeting Friday of the world before the ninth century targets of tyrants like Charles II R O Judson of 708 East Fifth Denver Avenue FRIDAY-SATsjp '
fishermen haw ben making a i'\rs' with fishingour inland after Christ, and fanciful of England, who termed them Street has recently had a new
Martin Arabian nights tales have been seminaries of sedition. the Prtrel built, and .
Fred A. Stafford. boat. MIles Warren! ofpn:' MAY 3 4
handed down about the first brew. But, according to Disraeli, Lon- Mn
j". county engineer and a veteranof don and Paris coffee houses of the. berthed It at the Pittman dock. Beach was the overnight roes, Double
The must popular legend con- ful1u-
of both world wars, was elected Steel-
seventeenth and eighteenth( centuries Wednesday of Mr'
II Announcing Auditions commander of lUtold Johns cerns Kaldl an Arabian goatherd, held the mirror to "the Mrs Andrew Kappes of 714 of Seminole .''miue1ridiinj Feature 'V
whose dull life on the hillside made man i
Post of the American Legion at him gloomy Joe Indeed. But manners, the morals and the pol- East Fifth Street her son and
i i if You I lv.i i-i, :< :}ou would make a good radio announcer I a at supper the log meeting cabin He Friday announced night he picked his goats and ate were some fond of the of nibbling berries -- itics Here of a In people.colonial United States, mother. Mr., left Kappes Wednesday plans for to Chicago follow -- THE GREATEST

phone Frit Pierce 870 for audition too, the coffee house became the
appointment.Local appointment of L. C Clements because he noticed that after 1 tlum In a month BUCCANEER
resident Kith high school or college education former school principal and eating these berries. the goats became meeting and after house a time of the changed town fat'from"ers, I IMI' Jo-hj, ,7'-afs': OF THEM s

preferred Navy veteran as post adjutant gay creatures Kaldi himself purely social centers to focal points and Mrs. Jack Wolsberg of Acapt
became a new man. Thereafter Miamivere all-day guests Wed- All!
to serf with him. of merchant trade and political
1! Other officers named by 50() coffee berries were indispensableto discussion. Daniel Webster called nesdftv of Mr and Mrs. Neal C I IDI :
his diet, and so carefree and '
MUTUAL veterans present included: V V. lively did he become that he often Boston Green Dragon Coffee I1ti p ui Atlanta Avenue i fe mon?
WIRA I Wurtham jr.. and Raymond Joined his goats In a merry dance. House 'the headquarters of the -'C-

NETWORK Joseph Trlay as first and sec- A monk to whom Kaldl con- American Dutch Revolution'The took the coffee plantto I 1 I Dr. and :'IS.-; madge Wilson fun than -;Iibhtin j -

ond v commanders; Roscoe'Rullm fided his experiences, prepared a South America back around and Mrs.'Uson'. mother.
C !' t'fll officer: R WHutmin drink from the beans and servedit 1718, with a result that every sixth Mrs F. K. Wilson, of St. Lucie $ a iont
sr historian; O L.Mi to the members of his order. grader know Today's coffee plan- Cnclr left Tuesday to spendsev t
t _-' -- : ('chaplain: Drew W. King They found the beverage sustained tations In Pan-America produce I iil l days as the house guests I \ fixed" date
.1IrW' :; their and helped them to
orIV'JjLI energy world LAUCHTONutiiit.
three-fourths of the coffee
ind Harry' Dyer, executive1neitteemen of Dr and Mrs. E J. Hall at '
pray and meditate longer, so they
And because we are the world'sgreatest agajnstmI
their home in Miami '
( : Harry Robinson the drink and cultivatedthe
1 adopted
coffee drinkers, of course I 1. dpi SCOTT
: "''d i John Cisino, color bearers, plant I -
for .
we're the biggest customers
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USED CARSNO I I : a i Bob Ralston seigeant-at- Gradually the popularity of the the Pan-American yield. All previous Grover Khtg arrived yesterday k lUTft-W:
:,::c :1 s beverage spread to Turkey, where, invoices were topped in fro n Camp Shelby, Miss. where I '\ -
in 1554 the first public coffee house ----.-. IUrtTTKr
-\11,\11 Dtku commander of when the United States U
was established. It was Introducedto 20,279.690 of coffee, each 1945'1 i
bags ,
.. !
,, Wars I buumm, I tain
[ I \Pfc. NO DELAY '" 1'tttln i of Foreign "'" If I owned a
the Venetians In 1615,the French
taining 132 pounds!
i,J I.n 1 J1On"r( ,,i uiest I'd b. tempted. to dace il up**i0

BOUGHT AND SOLD I I ( flnhmr the r<*l ol ate life :

IIIIIIIIilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllSocial Scranton, Pa. her After the graduation she Prepare If I had 1000 people werkisg

\VE WILL PAY THE HIGHEST News of __ w.ll; visit with her patents In for m*. this! would throw them r*> .tea a
Mr and Mrs D. L. Williams! Ooldsboio. N' C al'd other relatives I out of jobs But I couldn'i stay I" n;""
Yourself Now! in business just for fun aDG U>J'- / ,
for fiw before 7 ar'au
of 423 Akron Avenue left Mon- a clays returning -
CASH PRICESFOR Stuart Cont'dtmiimiiiiiiimiMiiiimiimiiiiiiiiMiii way. business ii no fan time ''nlakNa1s'
day morning for Johns Hopkins ; t. Stuart: Ui. and fUMngis. ;
Hospital, Baltimore where they e- ame
l l l 1 1 1 l l l l l l l will both undergo check-ups' Mi and Mis L M. Johnson of The Government U tryinj I* 1]
YOUR USED CAR __ I MIDNIGHT make a sandwich out of bunnru -
Mi cod :Mis Worthington Lloorado: Heights: went to Miami labor meta tressbelow ---
Mr and Mrs W. H. Klster,, who ..t Wecli to the i pukhing up
Suuilini, i. \\ho havf spent the sday spend and holding down wilingprice
See Russ Wiley atWiley's were tenants of Mrs John Coy CARTOON
their custom. at
a"III\ is SHOW from above
'hit i: tlla, Hal-Kal-Plna. onT entry this winter, occupying her j "POPEYE (IX
'' pin i, Island left Wednesday garage apartment, left Fridayfor Albert Green, son of Mr. and 1 1 oulo not mind the egbswhich '\
Motor Co. '11 II i uune i 101 i their home In their home in Morristown, Mrs George W. Green of Atlanta ---BiHl IIIHIHIMJHIBMMM n>>' comprtitc" H wait pveme "SHAPE AHOV
N J, They are returning next Ave and his sons, George and on prices i dm's' 1 i c I ester
fall to complete their new homeon James who have ben the guest I SATURDAY, MAY 18 I eight What I don Like i*a :

Telephone 291 Stuart .J'( Th re are others who 343 Osceola AvenueMr of the Greens a month are IJ 'ehu axed| SERIALCHAPTER

,n' i ;UK fresh-water fisher- -e- 'leaving today for their home in r.mtir-in miKmma maamamToo J .
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Zl' ,
: 'n" !someery; sad reportsi and Mrs William C. Mooreof Reading. Both of the boys have I I ;0. J

\( >in turned In by these Montgomery, Ala.. who have just returned from service in Much Terror

(LFL't i IJ'' t-:went b en visiting her parents Mr. the Navy. George recently WEDNESDAY, MAY 8 "MASTER ;Er'
and Mrs. E. R. Tomlinson of St. ceived his discharge but
1'1'-1 : -
-p .
e Lucle Crescent, left Thursday for is returning to his base in
id', i ui-ing to get these people On The Stage SUNDAY-MODAT
their home, set City, R. I.
:h, i I" ,u let's do something; to _
So Here Are 2
-C- Big
'"I i< (.t our Investment and ourdh MAY 5.6
Mr. and Mrs. John Reardon. 8:30: P, M.
Miss Elizabeth ertson of Jensen\ Beach, left who spent the season at the SunrIse Horror Hits! I CONCERT BY THE t
Tins column refers all to the Inn left last week for I 1 "
the real OIL BASE>\ PAINT ()mNrs made by George Keith Monday to attend night the for wedding Carrollton of Miss Ky. Spring; Lake, N J., where Mr. r 4f

j; 11.it t ho will have all nets re- Virginia Frnmme Reardon Is golf professional of I TO MAKE YOUR BLOOD STUARTHIGH

-' 'e4e47le ftt-7 'PaiHtiIt9'U'a( snn< i d except gill nets. the Spring Lake Golf and Coun-
t ; try Club. RUN COLDFEATURE f =
\Ve must have. laws with teeth Mis James Norris has arrived .
I .iA
Appi, 'LATLUX)( o'.r any ,ntorior' surface Wallpaper Plonor in them and enforcement. from Oakland Calif.. to visit -e- -- --- ..------ y
Wallboard, or pr.v,ovtly painltd, surfaces (water or oil point, ). George Keith promises us these her parents Mr and Mrs. C. T. Jerry Thomas of Riverside I -
St Lucie
Drive Estates has
On. Coot coven smoothly, w thout bruthmorki things, therefore, this liter Sweat. and their soninlawand goneto NO. 1
Eastman, Ga to visit his
daughter Mr. and Mrs, W, ,
FLATLUX fACTS. goes on record as backing him
one-hundred per cent V. Brady of Lyndhurst, N. J.. SCHOOL
foiy to Apply Quick to who are their guests at their Lon Chaney nAG
WALLPAPER Dry Wonder how the yacht basin home on East Fourth Street. EXPERT R a
COVERS Will find __ Evelyn Ankers IAT WAQj h
Gn "Proof Colon. seal is progressing? 0
IN ONE COAT.. Road for U,. .No ip" out and let you know next week Mr. and Mrs. Ted Chambersand TIRERECAPPING BANDPLUS
( V bog insoles or itra buck!, Have been told by several )'eal'- little daughter Ann have In
No otMKtonobl odor, round boat owners of Martin moved to Jupiter Island for the mitui EE1'ayw ; '

taiy to oath'. County that they will tent space summer and are occupying the f .Q
Ont Gallon will do rtx !If and when It Is available Hale-Kal-Pina Estate.
o.oroo room. .. -'C- Phone 110JWe "T H EFROZEN ON THE SCREEN
Ernest Tyner has purchased
Pkk and Deliver
I III Mrs. Mae
Clark and her daughter -
an 18 Century, all mahogony i FROM 7:00 P. M, ON NOVELTY'DOCTOR
Mrs. Harris Lowery jr. STl'AItT RECAP SERVICE
utility, powered with a 4-7S i,ncl her children, Harris, III and FRANCHOT TONE OF PAINTttCARTOON:
H/w IAYTV wins FAfflsses.JAeoINT FAINT. Gray Phantom J. U. POMEROY: Jr. I
Gay, left Monday morning to ..
At i-.ild.-ne. Ill H.lp.tlck. SUSANNAH
Ricou Hardware Co. Regardless ofMm, Or \\hat spend the summer at her mountain SI. B...." Adidlion,
i EI. I louote For, Don't Forget to home in Mountain City Ga IN"That

; J PHONE 38 \'ote.I1 -e- FOX AND DLCIT
Mrs. Alfred Grebe of Hollls, VOTE!: FOR GHOST"FEATURE

N. Y.. is the guest of Dr. and H.. E. MOORE Night
Mrs. Howard W. Neail, at their CANDIDATC rcm
home In Port Sewall. I RAILROAD COMMISSIONER With You"
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I II Mrs. J. Leon Taylor is leaving \ MAN IA TO GOOD StCCklTD NO, 2 MAT
LADIES THERE'SNO Monday to attend the gradua MON I e. MATTHf 'Sf =
lion of her sister, Jeanne Woo- f R'f"1In/ Jonwory BENEFIT OF -A; -

tcn: from the Philadelphia Gencnl ,!J MOORS FOR All' SUPERSHOCKER STUART HIGH
School of Nursing Mia'! Tay- FLORIDA
lor will be joined in North Caro- MAKE ALL FLORIDA SCHOOL BAND
FUSSThe llm by htr parents. Mr. and FOR MOORE FOSTER
I M-. M. H. Woolen! who will I ALL tint
A S9"O"I7'"> \l\ SEATS t
make' the rest of the trip with rAID "OL''C'' ...,..........., 50c LIES, ItN4 Nee
-------- --- I Of Them All"HOUSE MMM 'Ills.! TONE

next time you wish to send away money come to THURSDAY,

I j' this bank step right up to the window and ask for a

Bank Money Order. V of MAY 9

You will not have to touch a pen-juit give us the I % TWO LARGE FEATURES

t: name of the party to whom the money i is to be sent, the I II' 1 eCorr.SH i Feature No. 1

amount, and your name. That' all there is to it. ".R"'LL .rNDlcae. DRACULA"Don't
The Bank Money Order will be prepared for you to I' II I = THE .

mail-and we give you a receipt.
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you to see the new electric

nke4 H Wf N range I just bought Of Horror! No. 2

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